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Although there is no known direct evidence that Micajah Pickett was a son of John Pickett and Mary Mess of Caroline County, Virginia, coincidence of time, place, and interactions with other persons suggest that John and Mary were the parents of Micajah. Micajah Pickett was involved in several legal disputes during his lifetime, which help identify his wife Winifred Beasley and which provide some of the evidence suggesting that he was a son of John Pickett. We suspect that Micajah Pickett of Caroline County, Virginia was the same person as Micajah Pickett, who appears in records of old Craven County [Camden District], South Carolina in 1766. Micajah may have owned several tracts of land in Virginia and South Carolina, and perhaps North Carolina, during his lifetime, as did a son and grandson, both also named Micajah Pickett, which creates some ambiguity about which Micajah lived in each of these places. Land, slaves, and tobacco were all important aspects of Micajah Pickett's finances. We have found no records from Micajah's childhood, so his documented place in history starts with several legal cases in Caroline County, Virginia.

1732/33 Micajah Pickett made a petition against James Nelson, dated March 8. Judgement granted the plaintiff for 265 pounds of tobacco. Micajah Pickett paid Benjamin Rush 135 pounds of tobacco for giving evidence in court in Caroline County, Virginia. [1]

1733 Micajah Pickett and John Pickett were each paid 300 pounds of tobacco for 10 days of testimony for Benjamin Rennolds (perhaps a brother-in-law to brother James Pickett) against Robert Willis in Caroline County, Virginia. [2]

1734 Micajah Pickett and John Pickett, Jr. [perhaps Micajah's brother or father] were paid for providing evidence in a case on July 11 in Caroline County. [3]

1734 The Caroline County court proceeded to lay the County levy: Micajah Pickett and Mace Pickett [Micajah's brother] were paid per account, dated December 13. [4]

1738 Micajah Pickett was an overseer of the slaves of Richard Blackburn in Westmoreland County, Virginia, dated January 30. Micajah was fined for "beating whipping inhumanly and unmercifully the sd slaves". [5] [6] [7]

1742 Action on debt. Major [Micajah?] Pickett quitam & c against John Beasley in Caroline County, Virginia, dated November 13. William Waller gent. is assigned to be attorney for the defendant. [8] [9]

1744/45 Action of trespass on the case, dated March 8. Winney Weasley [sic Beasley?], an infant under the age of 21 years, by John Beasley her next friend, agt. Mace Pickett and Elizabeth his wife. Dismissed, being agreed in Caroline County, Virginia. [10]

1745 Micajah Pickett brought suit against Edmond Badgett in Caroline County, Virginia. [11] [12]

1745-46 Estes and Pickett court encounters: Thomas Estes and Thomas Pickett were in court for an action of trespass (page 476). Thomas Estes died and John Pickett was named as security for his estate [13]. James and Micajah Pickett were ordered to pay John Estes for serving as a witness [14]. Abraham Estes brought suit against James and Micajah Pickett for Trespass [15].

1746/47 Henry Webster and Ann Oakley were summoned to prove the will of John Gouge [Winifred Beasley's first husband] in Caroline County, Virginia. [16]

1746 Micajah Picket and Francis Conway Gent were instructed to "attend the said Overseer & Obey his direction in Clearing The said Way" for a road in Orange County, Virginia, ordered on November 27. [17]

Ordered That Thos Walker Henry Kindall Joseph Roy or any Two of Them lay of a Road from the head of Jacks Mill road to the top of The Blue ridge at The head of Swift Run to meet the road Ordered by Augusta Court in That County to The said Place being The Division of The Counties & Thos Walker is Appointed Surveyor of The same & that Henry Kindall, Josh Roy, Jon Powel. Honorias Powel, Jas Sturgion, James Berry, Thos Wood. Wm: Holdman, & Their male Labouring Tithables John White, Walter Leonard. Wm: Syms, Robert Patterson, James Ridle Henry Shorter, Daniel Frank. Wm. Barbee & The Male labouring Tithables belonging to Beaverley Stanard where Blakey is Overseer & Francis Conway Gent & Micajah Picket do attend the said Overseer & Obey his direction in Clearing The said Way.

1747 Micajah Pickett was awarded 1000 pounds of tobacco to settle a petition brought against James and Mace Pickett, dated May 8 in Caroline County, Virginia. [18] [19]

1747 Martin Dewitt brought suit, on July 24, in Orange County, Virginia, against Micajah Pickett, for assault and battery. Dismissed. [20] [21]

1747 Henry Webster and Ann Oakey were summoned in Caroline County to prove the will of John Gouge, on February 13 in Caroline County, Virginia. [22]

1747 Winney Gouch petitioned for, and got, administration of the estate of John Gouge, She, with John Beasley and Aaron Quisenbury her security, acknowledged bond, dated March 14. Wm Daniel Jr, John Sneed, James Jameson and Thomas Croucher appraised the estate in Caroline County, Virginia. [23]

1747 The inventory of the estate of John Gouch was returned to the Caroline County court on May 8. [24]

1747 Micajah Pickett was fined 5 pounds on June 13, for gambling on the Sabbath at James Martin's tavern at the north end of Guinney Bridge on August 7, 1746 in Caroline County, Virginia. [25] [26]

1747 Micajah Pickett was fined 5 shillings, on July 23, to be paid to the churchwardens of St Thomas Parish, for gaming on Sunday in Orange County, Virginia. [27] [28]

1748 Micajah Pickett had married Winifred Beasley, the widow of John Gough, who was involved in court proceedings concerning the estate of John Gough. [29]

1747 Winney Gouch was summoned on July 10, to answer the petition of Aaron Quisenbury in Caroline County, Virginia. [30]

1748 Suit on the summons, dated June 11. Aaron Quisenbury against Winney Gouch. Dismissed in Caroline County, Virginia. [31]

1748 William Dixon petitioned against Micajah Pickett and Winney his wife on July 8. Robert Boyd and William Dunlop, merchants sued Micajah and Winny Pickett in Caroline County, Virginia. [32]

1749 Trespass on the Case. On July 15, "Thomas Harriss, Plaintiff brought suit against Micajah Pickett and Winifred his wife in Caroline County, Virginia. Jury [having been] sworn and separated, they are discharged. New Trial ordered." [33]. On 9 Feb next year: the jury "find for plaintiff, £5.5 sterling … Order that Thomas Harris pay Elizabeth Beasley 375 lbs. tobacco for 15 days attendance as an evidence for him against Pickett & Wife … [O.B. p. 195]. Order that Thomas Harris pay William Dixon 400 lbs. tobacco for 16 days attendance as an evidence for him … Order that Pickett pay Ann Quisenberry 50 lbs. tobacco for 2 days attendance; pay John Beasley & Charles Beasley each 225 lbs. tobacco for 9 days attendance as an evidence for him against Harris … Ordered that Thomas Harris pay Abraham Martin 375 lbs. tobacco [no number of days given] attendance as an evidence for him against. Pickett." [34] [35]

1749 Patrick Mitchell brought a trespass suit against Micajah Pickett and Winifred, his wife on July 15 in Caroline County, Virginia. Winifred, as administratrix owed the plaintiff money. The plaintiff could recover goods and chattels of John Gouge £7.3.11. [36] [37]

1749 Petition. David Roberts against Micajah Pickett and Winnifred his wife administratrix, dated December 11. Judgement granted the plaintiff for £2.17 in Caroline County, Virginia. [38]

1749 Thomas Harris against Micajah Pickett and Winifrid his wife, dated December 11, Tresspass upon the case was heard in Caroline County, Virginia. Jury find for the plaintiff, £5.5 sterling. Thomas Harris paid Elizabeth Beasley and William Dixon while Micajah Pickett paid Aron Quisenberry for attending court. [39]

1750 Micajah Pickett was ordered, in Caroline County, Virginia, on February 9, to pay Aron Quisenberry, Charles Beasley, and John Beasley for evidence against Harris. [40]

1753 Harry a Negro Boy belonging to Micaijah Picket was adjudged to ten years old by the Orange County Court, Virginia. [41]

Micajah Pickett apparently moved from northern Virginia to Orange County, North Carolina. The notes above are largely from Caroline County and Orange County, Virginia, which are close to each other, although not adjacent, in northern Virginia. The notes below are from Orange County, North Carolina. Orange County, North Carolina is not close to Orange or Caroline Counties, Virginia. However, note that court cases involving Micajah Pickett and wife Winifred were reported in both locations and that there is a clear switch, with no overlap in time, between the locations.

1755 Micajah [Cager] Pickett was taxed in Orange County, North Carolina. [42]

1755 Micajah Pickett brought suit against Francis Kirtley in the Orange County Court, Virginia on July 24. The case was Dismissed. [43]

1757 Robert Terrell, warrant dated July 4, 1757 for 269 acres in Orange County, North Carolina on both sides of Upper Bartons Creek. Sworn Chain Carrier: Micajah Pickett, James Rennols W Churton survr. [44]

1758 Micajah Pickett was bondsman for estate of William Barbee in Orange County, North Carolina. [45] [46]

1758-59 At the December court of Orange County, North Carolina, George [John?] Gouge deceased - his orphan children - Micajah Pickett was to be restrained from removing any of Gouge's estate. Winnifred Pickett sued Micajah Pickett. Wm Reaves and Thomas Velvin were summoned on behalf of Winnifred. (I-177) The suit of Winnifred Pickett against her husband Micajah was resolved with bond of 100 pounds proclamation money for his good behavior for one year. (I-183) [47] [48] [49]

1758 A legal case brought by Joseph Powell against Micajah Pickett was decided in favor of Micajah Pickett in the Court of Orange County, North Carolina. [50]

1759 William Combs. February 22, 1759. 181 acres in Orange County, North Carolina in the parish of St Matthew … Witnesses James Watson and Micajah Pickett. [51]

1759 Moses Ginn. August 6, 1759. 433 acres in Orange County, North Carolina in the parish of St Matthew … Witnesses W Churton and Micajah Pickett. [52]

1760 The suit brought by Winnifred's son against Micajah Pickett was continued. [53]

1760 At August court in Orange County, North Carolina, "Ordered that James Daniel be appointed guardian to John Gouge orphan child of John Gouge, deceased." Bond 200 pounds. Bondsmen Thomas Harris and Wm. Reees. [54]

1762 Daniel Booth. June 28, 1762. 282 acres in Orange County, North Carolina on both sides of Barbees Creek, joining Booths line and Barbies line. Chain carrier: Wm Pickett, Micajah Pickett. W Churton surveyor. [55]

1763 Micajah [Macagah] Pickett and David Dumas and Benjamin Smith witnessed a deed of sale, dated November 21, to William Cheek by William Irby, both of Anson County, North Carolina. [56]

1764 Micajah Pickett of Anson County, North Carolina, sold one mair (perhaps a horse) to Sarah Cheek, on January 22. Witnessed by Michael Weeks and Mary Weaks. [57]

Micajah Pickett apparently moved from Orange County, North Carolina to South Carolina. The notes above are for Orange and Anson Counties, North Carolina. The notes below are from South Carolina.

1766 in June, Micajah Pickett was Justice of the Court in Craven County. South Carolina. Soon after, "Old Craven Co." was discontinued and the area became a part of the new "Camden Dist." [58]

Uncertainty: By 1766, Micajah Pickett had purchased land northwest of Camden, South Carolina (then called Craven County/judicial district) on Dutchman's Creek and Wateree River. Micajah Pickett, by Wateree Creek, was named on several documents through 1774. In 1810, an adjacent tract was sold by Ambrose Mills to Micajah Pickett. In 1768, Micajah Pickett Jr purchased land at Cartledge Creek, a tributary to the Pee Dee River north of Rockingham, North Carolina by Blewett Lake. I assume here, without much evidence, that the original purchase on Wateree River was made by Micajah Pickett, Sr born about 1709, who lived there till at least 1774 and that documents dated after 1810 for Micajah Pickett on Wateree River or in Fairfield County, South Carolina refer to son Micajah Pickett born 1748 or to grandson Micajah Pickett born 1777.

1766 A survey, dated September 28, shows land in Craven County, South Carolina granted to Ambrose Mills bounding on Wateree River, Patrick McCommicks, Frances Laton, Pickett, and Richard Kirkland. [59] See 1810 sale to Micajah Pickett (Jr) by Ambrose Mills.


1766 Survey for Ambrose Mills, naming one Pickett at lower left

1768 Son, Micajah Pickett Jr., married Kizannah Hinson, daughter of Phillip Hinson. Land of Phillip Hinson (see 26 October 1776 and 1784 deeds in Hinson marriage notes) was near land of Micajah Pickett Sr (see 1766 survey of Ambrose Mills in these notes) about this time, so they lived near each other.

1768 Micajah Pickett continued a suit brought originally by John Pickett against Philip May. This suggests that Micajah was John's son. [60]

1772 The William Aldridge memorial for 100 acres on Dutchman's Creek named Micajah Pickets, dated August 1. [61]
[Photocopy] Map showing Dutchman’s Creek, South Carolina.
[Photocopy] Map showing Dutchman’s Creek, South Carolina.
[Photocopy] Map showing Dutchman’s Creek, South Carolina.

1772 William Tidwell of St. Mark's parish, Camden District, sold land on Wateree Creek to Micajah Pickett, on October 2. Witnessed by Smallwood Owen and Thomas Stone. [62]

1773 The will of William Harrison on Wateree River, Craven County, South Carolina bequeathed a plantation near land of Micajah [Cager] Pickett and John Dukes to daughter Patience. [63]

1774 A memorial on Wateree Creek in Craven County, South Carolina named Augustine Prestwood, William Jones, Micajah Pickett, and Joseph Hellow, dated August 1. [64]

1778-79 Micajah Piggott was named on a list for the petit jury between Broad and Catawba Rivers, South Carolina. [65]

Research Notes:

See also [66]

Micajah Pickett reportedly had a wife before he married Winifred Beasley and may have had children Rachel and William. [67]

c 1745-46 Several researchers have posted on rootsweb about John Gooch (1696-1745), died in Caroline County, married to Winifred, with son John.

North Carolina Deeds:
Anson:
Pickett index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9Z1-KSM7?i=287&cat=330384
grantor: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9Z1-K9BZ?i=331&cat=330384
grantee: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-99Z1-J3KB?i=286&cat=330384

Mary L. Medley, History of Anson County, North Carolina, 1750-1976 mentions several members of the Pickett and Hinson families. [68]

Who was: 1764 Micajah Pickett was listed on the rent role for Culpeper County, Virginia. [69]


Footnotes:

[1] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1732-1740, Part One 1732-34/5 (Washington: 1965), 27, [GoogleBooks].

[2] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1732-1740, Part One 1732-34/5 (Washington: 1965), 29, [GoogleBooks].

[3] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1732-1740, Part One 1732-34/5 (Washington: 1965), 78, [GoogleBooks].

[4] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1732-1740, Part One 1732-34/5 (Washington: 1965), 85, [GoogleBooks].

[5] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 296,97, [GoogleBooks].

[6] Family History Library microfilm, 034295, Westmoreland County, Virginia Court Orders 1731-1739 p.299, 299a, not seen, [FHLFilmCatalog].

[7] Westmoreland County, Library of Virginia Microfilm, reel 56, County Court Orders, 1731-1739, not seen, [Library_Virginia].

[8] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 295,97, [GoogleBooks].

[9] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1740-1746, Part One 1740-42 (Washington: 1971), 83, [GoogleBooks].

[10] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1740-1746, Part Three 1744-46 (Washington:), 11.

[11] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 295, 297, [GoogleBooks].

[12] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1740-1746, Part Three 1744-46 (Washington:), 13.

[13] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1740-1746, Part Three 1744-46 (Washington:), 21, citing page 537.

[14] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1740-1746, Part Three 1744-46 (Washington:), 78, citing page 607.

[15] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1740-1746, Part Three 1744-46 (Washington:), 79.

[16] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 3.

[17] Ann Brush Miller, Virginia Transportation Research Council, Orange County road orders, 1734-1749 (1989), 125, citing O.S. 105, [Virginia_Department_Transportation].

[18] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 27.

[19] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 296, [GoogleBooks].

[20] Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia Court Records, Orange County, Virginia, Orders, 1747-1748 (The Antient Press, 1997), 11, 25.

[21] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 298, [GoogleBooks].

[22] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 3.

[23] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 14.

[24] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 20.

[25] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 28.

[26] Thomas Elliott Campbell, Colonial Caroline: A History of Caroline County, Virginia (Richmond, Virginia: 1954), 415, [GoogleBooks].

[27] Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia Court Records, Orange County, Virginia, Orders, 1747-1748 (The Antient Press, 1997), 2.

[28] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 297, [GoogleBooks].

[29] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 298, [GoogleBooks].

[30] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 33.

[31] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 64.

[32] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part One 1746-48 (Washington: 1968), 72.

[33] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part Two 1748-50 (Washington: 1968), 38.

[34] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 299, [GoogleBooks].

[35] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part Two 1748-50 (Washington: 1968), 18 July.

[36] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 299, [GoogleBooks].

[37] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part Two 1748-50 (Washington: 1968), 39.

[38] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part Two 1748-50 (Washington: 1968), 57.

[39] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part Two 1748-50 (Washington: 1968), 64.

[40] John Frederick Dorman, Caroline County, Virginia Order Book, 1746-1754, Part Two 1748-50 (Washington: 1968), 64.

[41] Court Records, Orange County, Virginia, Orders, 439, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[42] Clarence E. Ratcliff, North Carolina Taxpayers, 1701-1786 (1984), 161, [GoogleBooks].

[43] Court Records, Orange County, Virginia, Orders, 143, 33037/007897258-377, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[44] Margaret M. Hofmann, The Granville District of North Carolina 1748-1763, Volume 5 (1995), 232, deed 6545.

[45] Ruth Herndon Shields, Belle Lewter West, Kathryn Crossley, A Study of the Barbee Families of Chatham, Orange, and Wake Counties in North Carolina (1971), [GoogleBooks].

[46] "Orange County Court Minutes, 1752-1766," Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 11 (1965), 1520-1526, at 1404.

[47] "Orange County Court Minutes, 1752-1766," Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 11 (1965), 1520-1526, at 1521-1522.

[48] Research Note (citation not recorded): Orange County, Virginia Court Orders, Minutes, March 1759 at Corbintown, pages 177 and 183.

[49] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 302, [GoogleBooks].

[50] Weynette Parks Haun, Orange County, North Carolina Court Minutes, 1752-1761, (1991, privately published) Book I, 302.

[51] Margaret M. Hofmann, The Granville District of North Carolina 1748-1763, Volume 2 (1987), 262, deed 3793, citing patent book 14-380.

[52] Margaret M. Hofmann, The Granville District of North Carolina 1748-1763, Volume 2 (1987), 273, deed 3902, citing patent book 14-406.

[53] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 303, [GoogleBooks].

[54] "Orange County Court Minutes, 1752-1766," Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 11 (1965), 1520-1526, at 1523, 1524.

[55] Margaret M. Hofmann, The Granville District of North Carolina 1748-1763, Volume 2 (1987), 251, deed 3684, citing patent book 14-352.

[56] Brent H. Holcomb, Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766, Abstracts of Wills & Estates, 1749-1795 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1980), 103, 3-83, [AncestryRecord].

[57] Brent H. Holcomb, Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766, Abstracts of Wills & Estates, 1749-1795 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1980), 109, 3-174, [AncestryRecord].

[58] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 306, [GoogleBooks].

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[60] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 304, [GoogleBooks].

[61] South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Online abstract Ids have been changed and links are currently unavailable (Fall, 2018). Id:148862, Series S111001, Volume 11, Page 313, Item 5, [Search].

[62] Charles Owen Johnson, "The Tidwell Family". The Virginia Genealogist 18 (1974), 175-82, at 181, citing Fairfield County, South Carolina deed H-86, [AmericanAncestors].

[63] Caroline T. Moore, Agatha Aimar Simmons, Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina: 1760-1784 (1969), 219, citing will TT-79, dated 16 December, [GoogleBooks].

[64] South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Online abstract Ids have been changed and links are currently unavailable (Fall, 2018). Id:152185, Series S111001, Memorial 12-530, [Search].

[65] The Jury Lists of South Carolina, 1778-1779, [AncestryImage].

[66] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 1 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1998), 295, [GoogleBooks].

[67] Rosemary B. Hill and Dixie J. Clark, A Gathering of Picketts, Vol. 2 Virginia & Kentucky (self-published, 1999), 41-43, [GoogleBooks].

[68] [URL].

[69] Virginia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1607-1890, [AncestryRecord].