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1782 Washington County, Virginia Tax List
Captain James Fulkerson's Precinct

     

Washington County, Virginia was formed from Fincastle County in 1777. It originally contained Sullivan County, Tennessee.

Head of Household Comments Tithes Land Horses Cattle Enslaved
People
Lax, Timothy   1   2    
Kindrick, Thomas   1   1    
Kindrick, John b. bef. 1730 1   2    
Allen, William   1   5 10  
Slaughter, Joseph   1   4 3  
McCaffery, John   1   1    
Hensley, Joseph b. abt 1755 1 274 a. on Cove Creek, Walkers Mountain 1   unnamed enslaved person
Robinson, John b. abt 1765 1 130 a. on North Fork Holston, 220 a. on Middle Fork etc. 7 11  
Robinson, Darius   1   6 12  
Bright, Thomas   1   3 11  
Smith, James North Fork 5   1    
Moor (torn)   1   5    
Kitts, William   1   1 2  
*Carmack, Cornelius signed 1777 peition 1 Sinking Creek 13 10  
Carmack, William signed 1777 peition 1   2    
Holland, Thomas   1 105 a in Rich Valley,
2    
Jones, Diana widow of Thomas Jones 4 280 a. Meadow Creek, 400 a. Beaver Creek 4    
Winscot, Isaac   1   1 12  
Carmack, Cornelius also spelled Cormack 1   2 29  
Shipes, John   1   2 3  
Smith, William   1   5 5  
Bealy, Stephen   1   2    

Zimmerly, Adam

b. abt. 1757 in Germany, also spelled Zimely 1   5 7  
Pitts, Lewis signed 1777 peition 1 340 a. Steels Creek,Beaver Creek, Walker's Mountain 11 11  
Beals, William   1   4 5  
Bond, Edward   1   8 10 Ripen, Peter, Nance
Bond, William   1 300 6 12 Luce, Bet, Obid, Stephen, Rose, Lewis, one child
Lane, John b. 1761 1   4 6 Adam
Preston, Robert b. 1750, m. Margaret Rhea 1 270 a. Beaver Creek 7 16  
Preston, Waller   1   1    
Zimmerly, Jacob
1 400 a.
Brown Creek
5 7  
Owens, John   1 350 1 16 Dick
Mumpower, Peter or Mumpour, b. 1757 in Pennsylvania 1 134 on Beaver Creek 2 8  
McDonald, Alexander son Reuben 2   4    
Hobbs, Vinson, Sr. also spelled Hobs,
m. Ruth Thomas,
from Frederick, Virginia,
signed 1777 peition
1   2 13  
Hobbs, Vinson, Jr.   1   3 12  
Hobbs, Joel signed 1777 peition 1   6 6  
Sproul, James, Sr.   1   11 15  
Fulkerson, Abraham b. 1740 in New Jersey,
m. Sarah Gibson
1 40 a. north fork of Holston, south of Poor Valley Knobs
540 a. Poor Valley, and other property
16 27  
Goff, Andrew, Capt. b. 1748, married Grace Williams 1   9 9 Morris
Kindrick, John, Sen.   1   10 44 Will, Luke
Loving, Peter   1   10 17 Dublen, Molly, Mary
Smith, Thomas   1 100 a., Livingston's Creek 5 5 Jude
Smith, William   1   5 5 Mart
Moon, Richard   1   16 26 Jan
Norton, David   1   5 4  
Edmund, Dixon   1   1    
Frost, Joseph   1   5 9  
Gray, Joseph   1   6 20  
Gray, Margaret       5 14  
Thomas, John   1 140 a. Beaver Creek 3 5  
Harkeroad, Lauren   1   2    
Ringley, Christopher   1   5 2  
Spady, Henry or Spahn 1 400 a. Rich Valley 10 13  
Hans, Samuel   1   6 7  
Kerr, James b. 1734, M. Isabella Robinson,
or Keer
1   5 12  
Smith, James Valley 1   2 6  
Hughes, David signed 1777 petition 1 600 acres on both sides of Little
Limestone Creek
5 10  
Hughes, William   1   3 3  
Hughes, John   1   1    
Ferris, William Farris, Pharos 1   1 5  
Head, Mary widow of Anthony   12   11  
Bledsoe, Lovin Bradson 1 5 10 7  
Livingston, William also spelled Levingston, b. 1752 1   1 4 Margot
Livingston, Samuel b. 1757, m. Phoebe Head 1   12 7  
Livingston, John b. 1750 1   1    
Skidmore, Thomas son of Henry 1   2    
McBride, Thomas   1   2    
Callahan, Edward   1   3 13  
Short, James   1   5 5  
Maiden, Benjamin Meaden 1   2 7  
Fulkerson, James b. 1768, m. Elizabeth McMillan 1 260 a. Cove Creek & Catharine fork 22 44 Peg, Ellen, Bob, Sam, Zelph, Nanie, Jude
Smith, John, Colonel       1 3 Davy, Jun, Shadrack, Mingo, Minty
Dorton, Alexander Dortin 1 4 3

There were two Beaver Creeks in early Washington County, Virginia. One (also called Shallow Creek) flowed through Bristol and emptied into the South Fork of the Holston River in Tennessee. The other was a south branch of the North Fork of the Holston River in current Smyth County.

The Holston River flows from Kingsport to Knoxville.
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