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About Moses Dee Dameron
Inherited father's estate at Red Bank and Dameron Creek, Albermarie Co. Va. in 1749
John DAMERON\DAMRON b: 12 JAN 1757 in Northumberland Co., VA
- Ann DAMERON\DAMRON b: ABT 1775 in VA
Moses DAMERON\DAMRON b: 1768 in Stokes Co., NC Lazarus DAMERON\DAMRON b: ABT 1765 in Stokes Co., NC William DAMERON\DAMRON Thomas DAMERON\DAMRON Richard DAMERON\DAMRON b: ABT 1775
-------------------------------------------------- "The Christopher Dameron family married into this Goins line at least by 1780 and continued to do so after arriving in Tennessee. The Moses Dameron line also intermarried and came from Albemarle County where in 1749 Moses was listed in his father Lazurus Damron's will. Dated 29 September 1749 in Saint Ann's Parish, the will names these children:
Moses Damron, John Damron, Judith Damron, Hannah Damron, George Damron, Winifred Thomas wife of John Thomas, and granson Charles Thomas.
Judith received bed and furniture bought of Richard Hall. Teste: John Tuley Jr, John Peter and Wm. Creasey (Abstract courtesy of the late Sandy Hall).
Hannah and Judith married into the Spurlock family. The Dameron, Goins, Mallet, Spurlock, and Stallions families came to Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia about the same time.
Traditionally, each has Indian, French-and-Indian, or Black Dutch ancestry, but no traditions of being Melungeon or evidence they were historically considered so. Neither is there a shortage of Agnesses or Zachariahs in these families. Although undocumented, Moses Dameron's wife is believed to have been Aggie AUL. Is this possibly a connection to George All Sizemore? Was Aggie's maiden name taken from the German UHL, OHL, or AUL? Alternatively, was she from the Indian "Owl" clan? Of interest are tax lists pertaining to the Botetourt-Montgomery County area."
She goes on to list the 1773 Montgomery Co, Va Tax List, John Montgomery's list, where Moses Damron is one of the households listed as "living on Indian Land" :
30 Dec 1770, Moses DAMERON sold Samuel DUNLAP 70 acres on the north side of the Dan River.
Moses Dee Dameron's Timeline
Devon, England, United Kingdom
Albemarle County, Province of Virginia
January 12, 1757
Stokes County, NC
Province of Virginia