Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Christina SNAVELY

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1.  From Addendum to Early Settlers of Old Mount Airy, Wythe County, Virginia By Joseph R. Ca meron Sr. and Constance L. Cameron page 227 "The names of her oldest children are mentioned i n the unrecorded will of her mother, Elizabeth Musser Snavely, which is on file in Will Bo x 1 in the basement of the courthouse in Wythe County, Virginia. Christina was alive in c1822 , because her youngest son, Wayman, was born that year. She was also mentioned in her father' s will, written in 1824. She was dead by 1827, when her husband, Phillip AKer, was mentione d as the husband of Barbara (Snavely) in a deed. Her burial place is unknown, but may be in t he Atkins Cemetery, which is on the hill behind the fire station in Atkins, Virginia. The cem etery is sometimes referred to as the Bear Cemetery. On October 17, 1805, in Wythe County, Vi rginia, Christina married Phillip Aker, Jr., and the family lived on their land which today i s in the area of downtown Atkins, Virginia. Phillip Aker was born May 10, 1780. Phillip die d July 15, 1850 and is buried at the Bear or Atkins Cemetery (on the hill behind the fire dep artment) in Atkins. (Source: Mack & Kenneth Sturgill's Smyth COunty, VA Cemeteries, Vol. III , p. 13; Wythe County, VA Marriage Bk 1,; Wythe Co VA Will Box 1)"


Jacob SNAVELY Sr.

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According to Wiley B. Snavely, Jacob is buried in a (destroyed) familycemetery on Black Lick . Wiley may be speaking of old Doak, or Wardcemetery.  He was living in Wythe County, VA.  Ja cob came to WytheCounty, Virginia, with his brothers, Peter and John. They wereprobably in Wy the County before the Revolutionary War.

Jacob settled land located on Black Lick, north of Staley'scrossroads. The exact location ha s not been pin pointed. However,Jacob's land joined that later owned by Daniel Brown.

The general area of Jacob's land is somewhere east of the DanielBrown, (Captain Howe) place o n route 625, and Dry Brach. A deed dated1837 states land was on both sides of Evans, (Mill) C reek, between EliDavis and Jacob. Also stated land cornered with Daniel Brown and HenryEarhar t.

Early Settlers of Old Mount Airy By Joseph Rodney Cameron, Sr. Page372 & 375

The 1810 Wythe County, Virginia census indicates that there was 1 maleunder 10, 1 male betwee n 10 and 16, 1 male between 16 and 26, 1 male45 & up, 2 females under 10, 1 female between 1 0 and 16, 1 female 45 &up and 1 Slave.


John SNAVELY

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1. 1850 Census Smyth County, Virginia
Smyth  976-220   Husband   John     44     Virginia     1806
Smyth  976-220   Wife                        Elizabeth44     Virginia     1806
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Barbara  19     Virginia     1831
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Julia    17     Virginia     1833
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Mary     15     Virginia     1835
Smyth  976-220   Daughter                     Rachel  13     Virginia     1837
Smyth  976-220   Son                       Adam M   11     Virginia     1839
Smyth  976-220   Son                       John     8     Virginia     1842
Smyth  976-221   Son                       George W 3     Virginia     1847
Smyth  976-221   Son                       Elijah H 3     Virginia     1847


Elizabeth AKERS

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1. 1850 Census Smyth County, Virginia
Smyth  976-220   Husband   John     44     Virginia     1806
Smyth  976-220   Wife                        Elizabeth44     Virginia     1806
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Barbara  19     Virginia     1831
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Julia    17     Virginia     1833
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Mary     15     Virginia     1835
Smyth  976-220   Daughter                     Rachel  13     Virginia     1837
Smyth  976-220   Son                       Adam M   11     Virginia     1839
Smyth  976-220   Son                       John     8     Virginia     1842
Smyth  976-221   Son                       George W 3     Virginia     1847
Smyth  976-221   Son                       Elijah H 3     Virginia     1847


John Henry SNAVELY

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1. 1850 Census Smyth County, Virginia
Smyth  976-220   Husband   John     44     Virginia     1806
Smyth  976-220   Wife                        Elizabeth44     Virginia     1806
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Barbara  19     Virginia     1831
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Julia    17     Virginia     1833
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Mary     15     Virginia     1835
Smyth  976-220   Daughter                     Rachel  13     Virginia     1837
Smyth  976-220   Son                       Adam M   11     Virginia     1839
Smyth  976-220   Son                       John     8     Virginia     1842
Smyth  976-221   Son                       George W 3     Virginia     1847
Smyth  976-221   Son                       Elijah H 3     Virginia     1847