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Calendar of Virginia State Papers, Volume I, page 100.
The persecution of the alleged witch it may be concluded ended with this opinion, as there is no further record of the case.
She survived, it appears, until 1741, her will, in which she bequeaths her estate to three sons, being of record in that year in Princess Anne county.
Letter from A. E. Kellam, clerk of Princess Anne county, August 30, 1891. It is significant that the forewoman of the able jury was Eliza Barnes, from Anne Arundel county, Md., which was the harbor of the Puritans.
The constitution of the population of Virginia in the seventeenth century—the race elements that entered into its composition—may be noted.
It is conclusively demonstrated in preserved record, printed and Ms., the latter embracing the registry of lands patents from 1620 and the records of the several county courts, that the settlers were preponderantly English.
There was a considerable number of the Welsh and a spr
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Mrs M Blackwell and Owen Bransford, Buckingham, shirts and drawers, linen rags, pickle and butter, &c.
Ladies of Manny's Neck, Hertford, N C, through Jos D Barnes, coop chickens, 12 bottles wine, shirts and drawers, cotton and linen rags, dried peaches, &c.
One box per Express for Chimborazo Hospital.
Ladies' Aid Society, Lunenburg C H, 3 coops chickens, firkin butter, onions, pillows, shirts andshirts, &c.
Mrs Dr. Roper, Caroline, bag onions and potatoes.
Gray Bollers, Caroline, bag vegetables.
Mrs Fannie A Todd, Caroline, bandages and rags.
Mrs Chas W Gill, Bedford, biscuit, bandages, &c.
Mrs M J Bugg and Miss Eliza Barnes, Wylliesburg, one box hospital supplies.
Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society of Buckingham C H, one box and barrel hospital supplies.
One box and barrel hospital supplies for Miss Deborah Couch.
Mrs L B Mosely, Charlotte, one box h