• [S59] 1870 U.S. Census Lafayette County Florida, NARA Pub. M593, Roll 131, National Archives, Washington D.C.. (Hereafter cited as 1870 Census Lafayette FL).
  • [S240] Clerk of Court, "Alachua County Florida Marriage Records", Alachua County Florida Courthouse, Gainesville, Alachua, Florida, United States, (Hereafter cited as "Alachua FL Marriage Records").
  • [S279] 1870 U. S. Population Census of Alachua County, Florida, NARA Pub. M593, Roll 128, (Hereafter cited as 1870 Census Alachua FL).
  • [S285] 1850 U.S. Census of Alachua County Florida, NARA Pub. M432, Roll 58, National Archives, Washington D.C.. (Hereafter cited as 1850 Census Alachua FL).
  • [S308] 1870 Federal Population Census of Marlboro County, South Carolina, NARA M593, Roll 1504, (Hereafter cited as 1870 Census Marlboro SC).
  • [S362] "Sussex County Delaware Deeds", Delaware Public Archives, Hall of Records, Dover Delaware 19901, (Hereafter cited as "Sussex County Delaware Deeds").
  • [S363] "Granville County, North Carolina Taxable Lists", 1747-1764, Call number CR.044.701.20, These are loose lists filed in folders for each year in a single fibreboard archive box, North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Archives and History-State Library Building, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States, (Hereafter cited as "Granville County, NC Tax Lists").
  • [S701] 1860 U. S. Census of Pike County, Alabama, NARA Pub. M653, Roll 21, National Archives, Washington D.C.. (Hereafter cited as 1860 Census Pike AL).
  • [S702] 1900 U. S. Census of Stewart County, Georgia, NARA Pub. T623, Roll 221, National Archives, Washington D.C.. (Hereafter cited as 1900 Census Stewart GA).
  • [S703] 1910 U. S. Census of Stewart County, Georgia, NARA Pub. T624, Roll 209, National Archives, Washington D.C.. (Hereafter cited as 1910 Census Stewart GA).
  • [S704] 1920 U. S. Census of Stewart County, Georgia, NARA Pub. T625, Roll 278, National Archives, Washington D.C.. (Hereafter cited as 1920 Census Stewart GA).
  • [S705] Madison County (Florida) Genealogical Society, The Madison County, Florida Genealogical News, (Hereafter cited as The Madison County, Florida Genealogical News).
  • [S715] 1920 U. S. Population Census of Marlboro County, South Carolina, NARA Pub. T625, Roll 1703, National Archives, Washington D.C. or as found on WWW.Ancetry.com. (Hereafter cited as 1920 Census Marlboro SC).
  • [S716] 1930 U. S. Population Census of Marlboro County, South Carolina, NARA Pub. T527, (Hereafter cited as 1930 Census of Marlboro SC).
  • [S719] Dianne Wood, "Greene County: Marriages by Groom 1800-1850
    Greene County: Marriages by Groom 1800-1850
    ", Provided on the Green Co. GA USGenWeb site at http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/greene/vitals/…,.
  • [S720] King George III to Benedictus Townsend, "Land Grant for 100 Acres on Hilson Bay, Craven Co. SC", dated 18 January 1765 (Surveyed 6 Nov 1864), South Carolina Royal Grants, Vol. 12, p. 3, South Carolina Archives - Columbia, SC - Copy in possession of writer, (Hereafter cited as "Benedictus Townsend 100 Acre Grant").
  • [S721] King George 3rd to Benedictus Townsend, "Land Grant for 50 Acres on Muddy Creek, Craven Co. SC", 16 July 1765, Royal Grants, Vol 12, p. 537, South Carolina Archives - Columbia, SC - Copy in possession of writer, (Hereafter cited as "Benedictus Townsend 50 Acre Grant").
  • [S777] Howard I. Bowers, "Light Townsend of Kentucky (Unpublished)", Supplied 7 Sep 2005 by Howard Bowers, 123 Brandeis Ln., Oak Ridge, TN 37830. This genealogy is in the form of a Family Tree Maker File entitled " Light Townsend of Kentucky by H.I. Bowers 7 Sept 2005.FTW". Howard Bowers is a descendant of Aaron Sample, grandson of Light Townsend who died in Warren Co. KY in 1817 via his daughter Mary (Polly) Townsend. This genealogy is thorough, well documented and the result of over 10 years of research. It is reproduced here with permission.
  • [S779] Brent H. Holcomb, Petitions for Land From The South Carolina Council Journals, (Columbia: SCMAR, 1998), (Hereafter cited as SC Land Petitions 1757-1768).
  • [S781] "QUIT RENTS, RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 1760-1774", South Carolina Archives - Columbia, SC - Copy in possession of writer, (Hereafter cited as "SC Colonial Quit Rent Rolls").
  • [S783] South Carolina Historical Society, South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, ((Charleston, SC)), (Hereafter cited as SC Historical and Genealogical Magazine).
  • [S785] Charles Brunk Heinemann and Gaines Marcus Brumbaugh, Names of Taxpayers in Kentucky 1790 ("First Census" of Kentucky 1790), (unknown publisher), Typewritten booklet, West Virginia Archives and History. (Hereafter cited as 1790 "First Census" of Kentucky).
  • [S786] "Woodford County Kentucky Marriage Bonds", Microfilm 252329, Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives, Frankfort, Kentucky, United States, (Hereafter cited as "Woodford Co. KY Marriage Records").
  • [S788] G. Glenn Clift, "Second Census" of Kentucky - 1800, (Frankfort; Kentucky Hist. Soc., 1954), West Virginia Archives and History. (Hereafter cited as 1800 Census of Kentucky).
  • [S793] Marie Townsend Butler, "Townsend Papers", A copy of these unpublished papers were supplied to this writer by Hollis Boatright of Bianco, TX in June 2005. Hollis obtained them from her mother, Ms. West, who in turn received them from Ms. Butler via a letter dated 14 August 2004, This is a 6 page document containing abstracts of the "old Townsend papers preserved by Rogers and Opal Townsend from the Plantation office in Marlboro." This document was prepared by Ms. Butler and contains abstracts of nearly fifty documents dating from 1764 to 1919. These abstracts appear to be remarkably complete and accurate of the papers that had been collected by Ms. Butler's father, John Rogers Townsend, now deceased. Ms. Butler indicated to this writer that it would be impossible to photocopy the original papers as she no longer had them, some were framed, and they were in poor condition and too "dull" to copy. This writer has compared Ms. Butler's abstracts of two documents to copies of the originals that were obtained from the SC Archives microfilm collection and found that the abstracts were completely accurate and without error. Copy in posession of writer.
  • [S794] Brent Bledsoe to Howard I. Bowers, Letter dated 8 February 1997, from 810 Mohawk Road, Brownsville KY 42210. (In possession of Howard Bowers of Oak Ridge, TN in 2005).
  • [S802] Theresa M. Hicks and Frances S. Osburn, South Carolina Quit Rents 1772-1773-1774, (Hereafter cited as SC Quit Rents 1772-1774).
  • [S804] Lucille Utley, Marion County South Carolina Extracts From Equity Rolls, (Tree Rivers Historical Soc.), (Hereafter cited as Marion SC Equity Rolls).
  • [S805] 1860 U. S. Census of Columbia County, Florida, NARA Pub. M653, Roll 106, (Hereafter cited as 1860 Census Columbia FL).
  • [S806] "Daniel Livingston Family Bible", A copy of the "Marriages" page from this bible was supplied in 1991 by Dot Jean Jones, 202 Johns Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. This is the only page we received. We do not know where the original is. Dot Jones is the gggranddaughter of Daniel Livingston.
  • [S807] U. S. Census of Jefferson County, Florida, NARA Pub. M653, Roll 107, (Hereafter cited as 1860 Census Jefferson FL).
  • [S808] The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., The Third and Fourth or 1820 and 1821 Land Lotteries of Georgia, (Easley, SC: Southern Hist. Press. 1973), (Hereafter cited as 1820 & 1821 Land Lotteries of GA).
  • [S809] 1850 U. S. Census of McIntosh County, Georgia, NARA Pub. M432, Roll 77, (Hereafter cited as 1850 Census McIntosh GA).
  • [S810] 1850 U. S. Census of McIntosh County, Georgia, NARA Pub. M653, Roll 130, (Hereafter cited as 1860 Census McIntosh GA).
  • [S811] Hunting For Bears comp., Georgia Marriages 1699-1944 (Online Database), (Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004), (Hereafter cited as GA Marriages 1699-1944).
  • [S812] 1860 U. S. Census of Hillsbourgh County, Florida, NARA Pub. M653, Roll 107, (Hereafter cited as 1860 Census Hillsbourgh FL).
  • [S813] 1870 U. S. Census of Baker County, Florida, NAA Pub. M593, Roll 128, (Hereafter cited as 1870 Census Baker FL).
  • [S814] Wendell Allen, "Townsend-Rich Family Records", Letter to Judge Huxford, Homerville, Georgia dated 30 September 1970, From Wendell Allen, 8356 Concord Blvd. West, Jacksonville, Florida 32208. This letter was found in the Townsend File at the Huxford Library in Homerville in 1992. The letter contains information on Josiah Elford, William Riley and Elijah Townsend. Wendell Allen is the great grandson of Josiah Elford Townsend..
  • [S815] Southern Genealogical Exchange Quarterly, (Jacksonville, Florida), (Hereafter cited as Southern Genealogical Exchange Quarterly).
  • [S817] Rev Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., Index to The Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia 1756-1909, (Greenville, SC: So. Hist. Press, 1992), (Hereafter cited as Lucas, Index to Headright Grants of GA).
  • [S818] 1850 U. S. Census of Duval County, Florida, NARA Pub. M432, Roll 58, (Hereafter cited as 1850 Census Duval FL).
  • [S819] 1860 U. S. Census of Duval County, Florida, NARA Pub. M653, Roll 106, (Hereafter cited as 1860 Census Duval FL).
  • [S820] 1880 U. S. Census of Duval County, Florida, NARA Pub. T9, Roll 126, (Hereafter cited as 1880 Census Duval FL).
  • [S821] 1860 U. S. Population Census of Alachua County, Florida, NARA Pub. M653, Roll 106, (Hereafter cited as 1860 Census Alachua FL).
  • [S822] Eston H. Mathews, "Townsend/Hatcher Family Records", Supplied 8 November 1992 by Eston H. Mathew, 420 Woodroof Road, Newport News, Virginia 23608. These records consist of family group sheets for David R. Townsend and for Moses. A. Hatcher. Mr. Mathews is a great great grandson of David Townsend via his daughter Leonora.
  • [S826] Rev. J. A. W. Thomas, A History of Marlboro County with Traditions and Sketches of Numerous Families, (Atlanta: Foote & Davies Co. 1897), (Hereafter cited as History of Marlboro County).
  • [S844] Jim Powell Jr., Alachua Connections, online at http://user.gru.net/jpowelljr/alachua.wbg/. This site contains genealogical information on thousands of past residents of Alachua County, Florida.. Hereinafter cited as Alachlua Connections.
  • [S847] 1870 U. S. Population Census of Columbia County, Florida, NARA Pub. 593, Roll 128, (Hereafter cited as 1870 Census Columbia FL).
  • [S918] Brent H. Holcomb, Anson County, North Carolina, Deed Abstracts, 1749 1766, Abstracts of Wills & Estates, 1749 1795, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1980), (Hereafter cited as Holcomb, Anson Co. NC, Deed and Will Abstracts).
  • [S974] Joseph T. and Clarice T. Burval, Benedictus Townsend of South Carolina - A Genealogy, (Charleston, West Virginia : J. T. Burval, c2006), A well researched and documented genealogy of Benedictus Townsend and his wife, Lucilla Light and their descendants., LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake, Utah. (Hereafter cited as Benedictus Townsend of South Carolina).