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Newsletter Subtitle:  DO YOU HAVE ANY LOST SOLDIERS? LOOK FOR THEM HERE IN THIS LIST!  I FOUND SOME OF MINE HERE!

Month Day Year:  MARCH 8, 2011

 

CRAZY CRATE YOGS 90A:  March 8, 2011

 

Remember when I said this a few weeks ago?  "Maybe we can even expect not to feel at risk when we put our foot out of the car to stand up! Back then it was snow and ice!  Now it is just plain water, but in copious amounts!  Not seen since last spring, the waters are flowing again, and I am privileged to live now on the shores of BeautifulLake Wanamaker!

 

My neighbor's yard to the south of mine has water from the side of his house to the street, three to ten inches deep.  He is a piker.  Across the street the front yards of five of my west-side neighbors have water from eight to fifteen inches deep.  Maybe deeper in some places, but it is sure pretty to look at the twenty-some-acre field that is completely covered in water that is right south of them.  Their yards, clear up to and sometimes over, their front steps looks like a pond moved in and took up residence overnight.  The county put in a new huge (about four foot diameter) tile where the water goes under our road and into the yards of the two houses north of mine, but they put the bottom lip of the tile several inches higher than our neighbors' yards!  It doesn't help much unless the water is about a foot deep, and even then, it only takes an inch or two off the top.

 

Indianapolis has even made Fox News with its myriad of streets with orange traffic cones standing guard to keep everyone off of them.

 

There are a couple of neighborhoods in Indianapolis that flood when they wash the streets or if somebody's house in that neighborhood catches fire and they have to decide whether to call the Fire Dept. or not.

 

Luckily between "LakeWanamaker" and my house there is a nice dry road and a gentle rise from the road east to the house.  The surveyor

said I live on the highest spot in Franklin Township of Marion County, which holds Indianapolis, too, and I'm glad I do when it rains like it did this last week!

 

They tell us a really bad storm is coming at the end of this week.  Just what we needed!

 

Whatever we are doing to make Mother Nature and Father Time so mad, I think we ought to quit doing it, don't you?  And we would be happy to do it IF we were sure what it is we should stop doing. RIGHT? 

 

My driveway has water in its potholes overnight and until noon the next day, then all is dry and I can walk out and get my mail.  I am fortunate indeed!  My aunt and uncle who had this house built had a complete drain put in around the perimeter of the house below the basement and all the way over to the creek in front of my neighbors to the north houses who have this lovely creek that drains into a river that floods down into southern Indiana.  I should have done a map!  

 

Anyway, I am high and dry and they are low and wet!  But if you go somewhere in a car, you still need to worry about stepping outside the car into a puddle of water.  We grow very deep potholes in the spring in Indiana, so right now, the people who own Volkswagons, Corvettes and sports cars are sticking pretty close to home.

 

We have just one book in this Crazy Crate, so let's get started on it, or should I say them, because there are actually four of them, which make up the set of four which takes the alphabet from A to Z.  Volume I has all the surnames that begin with A through E, Volume II has all the Surnames that begin with F to L, Volume III has all the surnames that begin with M through R, and Volume IV has all the surnames that begin with the letters from S to Z. 

 

CRAZY CRATE 90A: INTRODUCTION TO THE SERIES  THE LOST SOLDIERS - VOLUME I THROUGH IV of AN INDEX TO THE COMPILED SERVICE RECORDS OF THE VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS, 1784 TO 1811.  Transcribed by Barbara Scull Wolfe. Published by YOGS, 

©1985, pages vary by volume., cardstock covers, plastic strip binding.  PRICE $15 per volume.  Special Value:  All 4 for $50.  Complete set of four volumes All 4 for $50.

 

Here is the first of a series of four books which are divided alphabetically. The surnames here are abstracted from the names found on Microfilm Roll #694.  On the nine rolls of this microfilm publication is reproduced an alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer soldiers who served during the period from 1784 to 1811.  Each index card gives the name of the soldier, his rank, and the unit in which he served.  There are cross references and entries for names that appeared in the records under more than one spelling and for service in more than one unit or organization.  All this information is needed to order the records from the National Archives. 

 

The supposedly "correct" name of a soldier who served as a volunteer during this time period, which is AFTER the Revolutionary War and BEFORE the War of 1812, may not appear in this index for several reasons. 

1.) First he may have served in the Regular Army. 

2.) Second, he may have served under a different name or used a different spelling of his name. 

3.) Third, a proper record of his service may not have been made, or, if made, it may have been lost or destroyed in the confusion that often attended the initial mobilization, subsequent military operations, and disbandment of the troops. 

4.) Fourth, the references to the soldier in the original records may have been so vague that it was not possible or practicable to determine his correct name or the unit in which he served.

 

The compiled service records to which this index applies consist of a jacket-envelope for each soldier, labeled with his name and containing: (1.) card abstracts of entries relating to this soldier as found primarily in original muster rolls, payrolls, and returns, but occasionally in other records such as receipt rolls and various kinds of lists and (2.) the originals of any papers relating solely to this particular soldier.  Most of the compiled service records are arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.  The remainders are for units not limited to any one State or Territory; among them are the First and Second Regiments ofU. S. Levies.  The records are further arranged according to an organized alphabetical breakdown.  Under each unit the service records are arranged alphabetically by surname of each soldier.  Unless the unit in which a soldier served is already known, his compiled service record can be located only through the use of an index, such as that reproduced in this microcopy, and in the actual books we are selling, which gives the name of the unit (s) in which he served. 

 

The compilation of service records of these volunteer soldiers who served from 1784 to 1811 began in 1912 under the direction of the Adjutant General, Fred C. Ainsworth.  The abstracts from the original records were verified by a separate operation of comparison, and great care was taken to insure that the indexes were as accurate as was possible before the typewriter and computers. 

 

Reproduction of specific compiled service records corresponding to entries in the index which were reproduced in this book index, in 1985 when these books were done, could be obtained from the National Archives for a fee.  Requests for such reproductions of any individual serviceman's records should give the State or Territory, regiment or battalion, and company for each soldier, exactly as shown in this index.  These records are part of Record Group 94 in the Adjutant General's Office.  In the same record group are indexes for soldiers who served in units supplied by a single state or territory.  Each of these cards is, also, arranged alphabetically by name of the soldier.   

 

I am sure, most, if not all of you, are aware that the National Archives has other records that contain information about these men and others who served in a military capacity during this time period.  Information about the soldiers, who served in the Regular Army is recorded in Registers of Enlistments in the U. S. Army 1798-1914, and in other records of the Adjutant General's Office.  If an application for a pension or a bounty-land warrant application was filed, additional information about the soldier may be found in Record Group 15.

 

A sample of the jacket-envelope is given on the second page followed by a photocopy of samples of what papers might be found in the envelope.  The page containing the thirty-six abbreviations is most helpful.  SAMPLE ENTRY: (1.) Albertson, George - Slough's Co.[mpany], 2[Second] Reg[iment], U.S. Levies (Lt. Col. Gibson), 1791-2; Also[listed as] Alberson.

 

(2.) Able, Ignatius - [Three listings for this name - Companies dates, and rank are:]

 

(2A.) [First:]  Able, Ignatius -Furman's Co., 1st Regiment (Lt.Col, Harmar) 1785-1790, Pvt.   

 

(2B) [Second]  Able, Ignatius - Whitaker's Battalion, KY Mtd [Mounted] Vol.[unteers], 1794, Pvt.

 

(2C.) [Third]  Able, Ignatius - Capt. Spencer's Co., Mtd. [Mounted] Riflemen, Ind[iana] Terr[itory] Mil[itia], 1811, Pvt. 

 

U.S. CRAZY CRATE 90A BOOK 1:  THE LOST SOLDIERS - VOLUME I of AN INDEX TO THE COMPILED SERVICE RECORDS OF THE VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS, 1784 TO 1811. Covering all surnames that begin with the letters A through E.  Transcription by Barbara Schull Wolfe.  ©1986.  Published by YOGS.  Pages 1 through 90.  Cardstock covers, black plastic strip binding.  This Volume is number I of four.

[This is a repeat of the introduction for this volume needed for the Website ersion.]

 

Here is the first of a series of four books which are divided alphabetically. The surnames here are abstracted from the names found on Microfilm Roll #694.  On the nine rolls of this microfilm publication is reproduced an alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer soldiers who served during the period from 1784 to 1811.  Each index card gives the name of the soldier, his rank, and the unit in which he served.  There are cross references for names that appeared in the records under more than one spelling and for service in more than one unit or organization or time period.

 

The supposedly "correct" name of a soldier who served as a volunteer during this time period, which is after the Revolutionary War and before the War of 1812, may not appear in this index for several reasons.  First he may have served in the Regular Army.  Second, he may have served under a different name or used a different spelling of his name.  Third, a proper record of his service may not have been made, or, if made, it may have been lost or destroyed in the confusion that often attended the initial mobilization, subsequent military operations, and disbandment of the troops.  Fourth, the references to the soldier in the original records may have been so vague that it was not possible or practicable to determine his correct name or the unit in which he served.

 

The compiled service records to which this index applies consist of a jacket-envelope for each soldier, labeled with his name and containing: (1.) card abstracts of entries relating to this soldier as found primarily in original muster rolls, payrolls, and returns, but occasionally in other records such as receipt rolls and various kinds of lists and (2.) the originals of any papers relating solely to this particular soldier.  Most of the compiled service records are arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.  The remainders are for units not limited to any one State or Territory; among them are the First and Second Regiments of U. S. Levies.  The records are further arranged according to an organized alphabetical breakdown.  Under each unit the service records are arranged alphabetically by surname of each soldier.  Unless the unit in which a soldier served is already known, his compiled service record can be located only through the use of an index, such as that reproduced in this microcopy, which gives the name of the unit in which he served. 

 

The compilation of service records of these volunteer soldiers who served from 1784 to 1811 began in 1912 under the direction of the Adjutant General, Fred C. Ainsworth.  The abstracts from the original records were verifiedby a separate operation of comparison, and great care was taken to insure that the indexes were as accurate as was possible before typewriters and computers. 

 

Reproductions of specific compiled service records corresponding to entries in the indexand reproduced here in this index, in 1985 when these books were done, could be obtained from the National Archives for a fee.  Requests for such reproductions of any individual serviceman's records should give the State or Territory, regiment or battalion, and company for each soldier, exactly as shown in this index.  These records are part of Record Group 94 in the Adjutant General's Office.  In the same record group are indexes for soldiers who served in units supplied by a single state or territory.  Each of these cards is, also arranged alphabetically by name of the soldier. 

I am sure most, if not all of you, are aware that the National Archives has other records that contain information about these men and others who served in a military capacity during this time period.  Information about the soldiers, who served in the Regular Army is recorded in Registers of Enlistments in the U. S. Army 1798-1914, and in other records of the Adjutant General's Office.  If an application for a pension or a bounty-land warrant application was filed, additional information about the soldier may be found in Record Group 15.

 

This actual book contains the names of over 5,000 entries, although some of the entries are listed more than once because of the variance in spelling of their surname on the original records.  Also some of them are listed more than once because of their service in more than one unit, or more than one period of service, or more than one period of service during this time, or for varying enlistments in more than one unit within that service.  Any surname that appears only one time has been omitted because of space considerations for this newsletter. All surnames that appeared in the index two or more times have been copied for this newsletter.  The/ means with or without.  Example:  Hane/s means some of this surname did not show the s, but some did.  (lettr) also means some spelling did include the letter, some did not include that letter. 

 

The number behind each surname indicates the number of entries for that entire surname:  Abbot 2, Abbott 3, Abby 2, Able 4, Abrams 3, Ach/e 2, Acres 3, Adair 6, Adams 45, Adkins 7, Aire/s 2,  Akers 3, Akin/s 3, Alber(t)son 2, Alcorn 2, Aldmon 2, Al(l)exander 28, Alford 2, Allcorn 3, Allen 47, Al(l)ison 15, Almond 2, Almy 2, Alton 4, Amelong 3, Amelung 2, Ames 2, Am(e/o)rine 3, Anderson 66, Andre /s 7, Andrew/s 9, Andrewson 2, Andri/e 2, Anth(ees/i(e)s 4, Anthony 4, Antre(c/k)(a/i)n 2, Ap(p)legate 10, Arbuckle 3, Arb(er/o)thnot 2, Arbuthnot 3, Archbold 2, Archer 10, Armer 2, Armistead 12, Armor/e 3, Armstreet 2, Armstrong 39, Armsworthy 4, Arnald/s 4, Arnaud 2, Arnet/t 4, Arnold 19, Ar( r)on 3, Arthur 4, Asb(e/u)rry 4, Ash 6, Ashburn 2, Ashby 8, Ashcrof(f/t) 2, Asher 2, Ashmore 3, Askins 3, Atche(n)son 2, Atchison 2, Atherton 3, Atkinson 3, Atkins 5, Atkinson 9, At(t)oy 3, Auchey 2, Augustine 2, Aul(t/d) 2, Ausb(o)urn 2, Aust(e/i)n 9, Avline 2, Ayres 3. 

 

Babb(i/o)tt 2, Bacon 3, Bailey 31, Baily 3, Bains 3, Baird 5, Baity 3, Baker 34, Balance 2, Baldridge 2, Baldwin 6, Bales 2, Baley 2, Ball 7, Ballard 9, Ballenger 3, Ballentine 3, Ball(e/i)nger 3, Balthis 2, Banckson 2, Banks 9, Bankston 3, Banta 4, Baptist 2, Barb(ee/y) 6, Barber 3, Bare 4, Bargo 2, Bargor 2, Barker 8, Barkl(e)y 6, Barklo(e/w) 3, Barkshire 2, Barnard 4, Barnes 17, Barnet/t 19, Barns 10, Barn(e)(v/w)eldt 2, Barrand 2, Barr(a/e)n 2, Barrand 2, Barret/t 8, Barron 5, Barrow/s 6, Barry 5, Bartlet 4, Bartlett 13, Bartley 2, Barton 4, Bass 3, Basset/t 7, Bates 10, Batman 3, Batson 2, Baum 4, Baxter 4, Bayl(e)y 6, Baynes 3, Bazdel/l 2, Beadle/s 2, Bearid 6, Beal 2, Beale 3, Beall 2, Bean 5, Beard 24, Beasl(e)y 10, Beason 2, Beat(ee/ie) 2, Beaty 11, Beatty 14, Beaujenon 2, Beazly 2, Beck 3, Beckes 2, Beckom 2,  Becks 2, Bedingfield 3, Been 21, Bell 37, Ben(a/e)dict 3, Bened(e/i) ( c)k 3, Bennet 121, Bennett 14, Bennington 3, Benson 5, Berkley 4, Bentley 2, Benton 2, Bernard 2,  Berry 17, Berryman 2, Best 6, Bethel/l 3, Bevens 2, Bibbs 2, Bice 2, Bickerstaff 2, Bickham 4, Biddle 2, Bigger/s 3, Biggs 8, BBilbo 2, Bilderback 3, Biles 2, Bills 3, Bimson 2, Bingham 2, Birch(ett/ite) 2, Bird 18, Birdwell 2, Bishop 9, Bitner 2, Black 31, Blackbourn 3, Blackburn 11, Blackman 2, Blackston 3, Blackwell 4, Blain/e 2, Blair/e 35, Blake 2, Blakely 4, Blakey 3, Bland 4, Blanton 3, Blaufel(t/d 2, Bleso/e 9, Blev(e/i)ns 3, Blow 4, Blue 2, Blunk/s 2, Blunt 2, Blythe 2, Boatman 2, Bodley, Bogar(d/t) 4, Bogle 4, Boga(u)n(a/e/o)t 3, Bohann(a/o)n 7, Boland 4, Bol(e/i)n 2, Bol(l)ing 2, Bol(l)es 4, Bonar 2, Bond 5, Bone/r 2, Bonnett 2, Bono 2, Booker 5, Boon 6, Boone 5, Booth6, Boothe 2, Bor(a/e)n 4, Borr(e/o)n 2, Bosley 3, Bostic/k 2, Boston 2, Boswell 3, Bottom 2, Bottorff 2, Boughan 5, Bound/s 2, Bourne 9, Bowan 6, Bowden 3, Bowen 13, Bowerman 3, Bowers 4, Bowl(e)s 4, Bowman 11, Bowmer 3, Boyce 2, Boyd 25, Boyde 2, Boyeau 2, Boyer 2, Boyl/e/s 9, Brabs(t)on 3, Braberry 2, Bradb(o)urn/e 4, Bradbury 2, Braddock 3, Braden 5, Bradford 7, Bradin 2, Bradl(e)y 12, Bradsha/w 8, Bradwell 3, Brady 8, Bragg 3, Brand 2, Branham 5, Brann(an/on) 2, Brantl(e)y 3, Bratton 4, Brazeau 2, Breckenridge 2, Breed 2, Breme( c) tias 2, Brent 7, Brenton 7, Brewer 10, Brian/t 5, Bridge/s 4, Brieze 2, Briggs 3, Bright 2, Bringman 2, Brinkman 2, Brinson 2, Brinton 6, Briscoe 2, Brison 2, Britt 2, Brittain 2, Britton 8, Broad/s 2, Brock 4, Brockman 2, Brodie 3, Brod(e)rick 4, Broils 2, Broock(e)/3, Brooke 3, Brooks 28, Broom 2, Broughton 4, Brown 103, Browne 2, Browning 6, Browmlee 2, Bruce 6, Bruin 2, Brumfiwld 2, Brund(a/i)ge 2, Bruner 3, Brunt(e/o)n 2, Brush 3, Bryan 14, Bryant 15, Brynton 3, Bucey 3, Buchan(a/o)n 12, Buckannon 13, Buckingham 2, Buckley 4, Buckner 10, Buell 5, Buford 2, Buis 2, Bullen 2, Buller 3, Bullin 2, Bullman 2, Bullock 4, Bumgardner 2, Bumpas/s 2, Bunch 6, Buntin 4, Bunton 5, Burbank 2, Burch 7, Burcher/s 2, Burch(e/i)n 2, Burden 8, Burdin 2, Burg(a/e)n 3, Burges/s 5, Burgis 2, Burk 8, Burke 9, Burkhal(l/t)er 3, Burks 2, Burn/es 7, Burnett 11, Burney 6, Burns 20, Burrell 2, Burre(u)s 2, Burrow/s 4, Burt 3, Burton 12, Busch 2, Bush 4, Bushell 2, Buskirk 2, But(e/i)a 2, Butl(a/e)r 25, Butram 2, Butt/s 5, Butter 2, Byram 2, Byrd 4, Byrn 4, Byrne/s 3, Byrns 3.

 

Cabell 2, Cade 2, Cadwell 2, Cahile/Cahill 2, Caillon 2, Cain/e 7, Cala(g/i)han 4, Caldwell 18, Calhoon 3, Calla(g/i)an 6, Callaway 6, Callen 2, Call(i/o)way 6, Calvert 3, Clvin 3, Calvit 2, Cambel/l 3, Camble 4, Cam(m)eron 4, Cam(m)ack 3, Camp 6, Campbel/l 60, Camper 2, Camron 4, Canad(a/y) 4, Canes 2, Cann(a/i) dy 2, Cn(n)on 8, Canterb(err/ur)y 3, Cantrile 2, Cap(p)s 4, Cardinal 12, Care/y 7, Carlile 2, Carlin 3, Carlin(e/g) 2, Carlton 3, Carmack 2, Carmichael 5, Carnal/l 2, Carnes 8, Carney 2, Carns 2, Carothers 2, Carpenter 9, Carr 25, Carradine 3, Carrig(e/i)n 3, Carriger 6Carris 2, Carrol/l 8, Carr(o/u)thers 2, Carson 17, Carter/s 43, Cartwright 2, Cary 2, Casaday 2, Casey 7, Cash 9, Cas(ll/le)man 3, Cason 2, Cassady 4, Cassalway 2, Casselman 4, Cassiday 3, Caste(e/a)l 4, Castile 3, Castleman 13, Caswell 2, Catlett 2, Catlin 2, Ctline 2, Cato4, Caton 2, Catt 3, Cavanah 5, Cavana(u)gh) 3, Cavender 2, Cavet/t 2, Cellars 2, Ce(s/z)ar 4, Chaf(f)er 2, Chalap(e/i)tzky 2, Chalfin/n 4, Chalmers 2, Chamberlain 3, Chambers 22, Chambles/s 3, Chan(d)ler 8, Chaney 2, Chap(p)(el/le) 3, Chapin 2, Chapman 11, Chappel/l 4, Chase 3, Ch(ea/ee)tham 6, Cherry 8, Chetham 2, Chidester 2, Childers/s 9, Childrey 2, Chilton Chinn 8,  Chinw(i/e)th 3, Chis(h)olm 3, Choat 4, Choate 10, Chote 3, Chouteau 3, Christeson 2, Christian 9, Chrisat(ie/y 9, Chrittend(a/0)n 3, Church 5, Churchill 2, Churchman 2, Churchwell 2, Clacke 5, Claiborne 2, Clare, Clark 45, Clarke 24, Clarkson 3, Clary 2, Clau(gh)son 2, Clawson 3, Clay 10, Clayton 12, Cleaver 3, Clements 10, Clemm(e/o)ns 7, Clendennen [4 spellings] 4, Clerk 2, Cleveland 4, Clever 3, Cleverdence 4, Cline 8, Clines 3, Clink(en/in/er/ing)beard 4, [I would not have left this one out if there had been only one, but to have four of them was priceless!], Clinton 2, Close 2, Cloyd 2, Club/b 3, Cluff 2, Clutter 2, Coachman 2, Coaker 2, Coal 3, Coalter 2, Coat(e)s 7, Cob/b 4, Cochran/e 22, Cock 2, Cockburn 2, Cocke 2, Cocker4, Cockran 6, Cockr(i/o/u)n 4, Cocks 4, Coco2, Codington 2, Coe 3, Coffee 2, Coffey 2, Coffield 5, Coffman 4, Cofield 3, Coghl(a/e)n4, Cail/e 2, Coke 2, Colbert 2, Co(a)lburn 2, Coldwell 4, Cole 21, Coleman 16, Colg(a/i)n 2, Co(l)hoon 2, Collard 4, Colle(e)n/s 4, Collier 9, Collings 21, Collins 35, Colman 2, Cols(s)on 2, Colton 2, Colv(e/i)ll 4, Colvin 5, Comb(e)s 9, Com(m)(e/o)dy 3, Compton 5, Cond(e/o)n 3, Conn 11, Connally 2, Connel/ly 6, Conner 13, Connolly 4, Connor /y 11, Conr(a/o)d 4, Constable 2, Conway 9,  Conyers 6, Cook 20, Cooke 3, Coombs 3, Coon/e 2, Coons 2, Cooper 38, Copeland 2, Coppage 2, Corbe(i)t 2, Corb(e/i)t/t5, Cord(e)ry 2, Corker, 2, Corm(a/i)ck 2, Corn 5, Cornelious 4, Cornet 3, Cornick 12, Cornish 2, Cornwall 2 2, Cors(h)on 2, Corr(e/i)n 2, Cor(r)uthers 2,     Cor(v/w)en 2, Cosby 3, Costl(e)y 3, Cotter 2, Cottle 3, Cotton 5, Cotttr(e/i)ll 2, Couch 3, Coulter 6, Courcele 2, Courtney 3, Cowan 18, Cow(e/i)n 6, Cox/e 23, Coyle 3, Crab/b 3, Crabtree 3, Craddock 2, Cradick 2, Craft 3, Craig/g/e 19, Crain/e 3, Crand(a,e,o)l/l 3, Crane 2, Craven/s 3, Crawford 19, Crawley 2, Cre 3, Creed 2, Creel 4, Cres(s)more 2, Crill(e)y 2, Criner 2, Crist 2, Cristal 2, Crist(ee/y) 3, Crittend(e/o)n 3, Crocket/t 9, Crofford 2, Cromwell 2, Cropper 2, Crory 2, Crosb(ie/y) 5, Cross 9, Cros(s)up 2, Crothers 3, Crouch 3, Crous/e 2, Crous(s)on 2, Crow 8 , Crowl(e)y 4, Crownson 6, Cruce 2, Crui(s/z)e 2, Crum/b 2, Crump 9, Crumwell 3, Crunk 2, Cruse 2, Crutcher 7, Cryer 3, Culbertson 3, Cull(e)y 4, Culpepper 10, Cum(m)ing/s 9, Cummins 22 Cunningham 23, Curd 2, Curl/y 2, Curr(ie/ey) 3, Curry 19, Curtin 2, Curtiss 12, Curtner 3, Cusick 2, Cutherel/l 2, Cutright 3.   

 

Dail 3, Dailey 2, Daily 6, Dale 8, Dallum 2, Dal(l/ e)y 4, Dandridge 5, Daniel 20, Darby 3, Darden 5, Dark/e 3, Darling 3, Darnel/l 3, Dar(r)a(u) (g)h 3, Daugherty 13, Davenport 2, Daves 2, David 5, Davidson 30, Davis 107, Devise 3, Davison 4, Dawkins 3, Dawson 6, Day 4, Dayl(e)y 4, Deane 16, Dear/e 2, Dearmon 4, Dearmond 8, Dearear2, Decker 12, Deakey 2, Deford 4, DeJ(a/e)rnett 2, Delan(e)y 7, Delap 2, Delaplane 2, DeLi(s/l)le 2, Delk 2, Delurya 2, Dem(a/e)ree 2, Demint 2, Dempsey 2, Denby 3, Denine 2, Dening 2, Dennard 3, Denney 6, Denning 4, Dennis 2, Denny 8, Denton 17, Depew 2, Derb(e/i)n 3, Deringer 2, Dermond 2, Derr 2, Derry 2, Desmaire 2, Desmau/x 2, Devereux 2, Deverick/s 2, Devin/e 6, Dewbre 3, Dewey 2, Dick 3, Dicke(n/r)son 4, Dickey 10, Dicki(n)s(on) 5, Dickson 6, Dicky 2, Dillan/y 3, Dilling/ham 2, Dillon 8, Dil(l)s 6, Disher 2, Dismukes 2, Divin 2, Dix(e/o)n 14, Dixson 3, Dobbins 2, Dodd 2, Dodson 6, Dogget/te 2, Doherty 5, Dolahan 2, Dolarhid/e 3, Doll(e)y 4,  Donag(a/i)n 2, Donah(e)y 3, Donahoo 2, Donaldson 7, Don(a/e)lson 6, Don(n)aho/e 3, Dorning 3, Dorsey 6, Dotson 2, Dougherty 18, Doughty 2, Douglas 8, Dowden 2, Dowling 2, Downes 2, Downing 3, Downs 5, Downy 12, Dowse 2, Doyl 3, Doyle 15, Drake 6, Dren(n)an 2, Drew 2, Drewry 7, Dromgoole 3, Drummond 6, Dubois 7, Duckworth 3, Dudderee2, Dudley 3, Duff 4, Duffy 2, Dug(a/e)n 3, Dug(g)(a/o)n 3, Duke 10, Dull 2, Duls(a/u)ker 2, Dum(a/e)ree 2, Dun/n 2, Dunaho(o/e) 2, Dunbar/r 11, Duncan 17, Dunham 8, Dunk(a/e/i)n 8, Dunlap 5, Dunl(e)avey 3, Dunlop 12, Dunn 32, Dunahoo 2, Duplessis 2, Durb(e/i)n 4, Durham 5, Dusk(e)y 4, Dustin 2, Duvall 2, Dyal/l 3, Dyar 2, Dye 3, Dyer 11, Dykes 3, Dyson 5.

 

Eagle/ton 2, Eagl(i/o)n 2, Earl/e 3, Earl(e)y 2, Earn(e/i)st 3, Earva(i)n 2, Easly 2, Easom 2, Eason 3, Easter 2, Easthart 2, East(e/i)n 2, Easton 6, Eastus 2, Eaton 12, Eberman 2, Eden/ton 2, Edgington 4, Edgman 2, Edgmon/d 3, Edmi(n)ston 3, Edmonds 5, Edmondson 8, Edmondston 6, Edmundson 2, Edson 2, Edward 2, Edwards 28, Effridge 2, Elder 5, Eldridge 6, Eli 2, Elkin 2, Elkins 4, Ellery 2, Ellinger 2, Elliot/t 30, E(i)llis 17, Ellison 10, Embre(e/y) 4, Emerson 5, Emmison 2, Emmons 2, Emoughty 2, England 3, Engle 2, English 2, Ennis 4, Epison 2, Epp(er/in)son 4, Eric/k 2, Ervin 5, Erwin 9, Erwine 2, Esp(e)y 2, Estes 2, Etheridge 3, Evans 45, Evens 7, Everett 3, Everitt(e) 2, Evins 3, Ew(e/i)n 3, Ewing 18, Ewin(g)s 2.  

 

This is just a small portion of the almost 5,000 surnames that are in this book.  Many, of course, are misspellings of a certain surname that would be easily spelled today from just hearing it, but back then the person who wrote down the name when compiling a long list, just wrote what he heard.  Spelling was not an exact science back then, and variations on a surname could be, and often are, legion. 

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