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Washington County Births for the Year 1852 – Page 1

Today I share page 1 of the 1852 births of Washington County.  Since both sides of my family lived in Washington County since 1850, with many coming before that date, most of these names are very familiar.  If not direct ancestors, then gr-great aunts, uncles and cousins.  Listed in somewhat alphabetical order it should make finding your ancestor easier.  Pages 2-7 coming shortly.

1852 Washington County Birth Records

Parents are listed, or owners for slaves.

  • Adams, James E., November 20, 1852, male, Pleasant Run, parents Josephus Adams and Lucinda Brown.
  • Alice, August 1, 1852, female, Pleasant Run, James Green and Elizabeth, black, slave of James Green
  • Alexius, male, November 30, 1852, Little Beech, Mary A. Kindrick and Sarah, black, slave of Mary A. Kindrick
  • Augustine, male, Washington County, Charles F. Edelen and Mary, black, slave of Charles F. Edelen
  • Agnes, November 10, 1852, female, Washington County, Thomas Carrico and Elizabeth, black, slave of Thomas Carrico
  • Andrew Lewis, June 16, 1852, male, Washington County, Thomas Montgomery and Charlotte, black, slave of Thomas Montgomery
  • Ann, February 1, 1852, female, Washington County, James Thompson and ?, black, slave of James Thompson
  • Charles Edward, July 22, 1852, male, Washington County, Paul J. Booker and Cerena, mulatto, slave of P. J. Booker
  • Caroline, July 5, 1852, female, Washington County, John Ellery and Mary Polin, and Jam, black, slave
  • Case, August 25, 1852, female, Washington County, John Case and Sarah Satterly
  • Samuel S. Curtsinger, April 20, 1852, male, Washington County, Lawson Curtsinger and ? Jett
  • Martha Coleman, June 4, 1852, female, Washington County, John W. Coleman and Mary Schooling
  • John Cary, November 24, 1852, male, Washington County, A. D. Cary and Elizabeth Yocum
  • Elizabeth F. Casey, January 17, 1852, female, Washington County, Perry Casey and Catherine G. Myers
  • Francis P. Clarkson, May 23, 1852, male, Washington County, Theodore Clarkson and Martha Edwards
  • William H. Cusick, April 11, 1852, male, dead, Washington County, Thomas H. Cusick and Lucretia Corbet
  • Frank P. Curtsinger, September 30, 1852, male, Washington County, Sanford Curtsinger and Piny Burdett
  • Charles Clements, September 25, 1852, male, Washington County, John T. Clements and Elizabeth Hagan
  • John Colvin, January 5, 1852, Washington County, male, Elijah Colvin and Cynthia Richardson
  • William H. Camden, May 5, 1852, Washington County, male, William Camden and Lydia McIntire
  • Amanda Crow, March 1, 1852, female, Washington County, Lorenzo D. Crow and Ellen J. White
  • Martha E. Casteel, January 23, 1852, female, Washington County, William Casteel and Rebecca J. Armstrong
  • Martha A. Colter, January 23, 1852, female, Washington County, William Colter and Emeline White
  • Lewis E. Cheek, December 25, 1852, male, Washington County, Lewis Cheek and Ann E. Nantz
  • Joshua A. Clark, May 26, 1852, male, Washington County, Joshua Clark and Catherine Howell
  • Andrew M. Colter, April 17, 1852, male, Washington County, Spencer Colter and Minerva J. Casteel
  • Ludwell C. Cornish, November 10, 1852, male, Chaplin, William D. Cornish Susan Sea
  • William Carrier, October 6, 1852, male, Glens Creek, George Carrier and Catherine Hooper
  • Lewis F. Cook, October 10, 1852, male, Washington County, John Cook and S. E. Acres
  • William M. Case, December 28, 1852, male, Washington County, Calvin D. Case and Mary Taylor
  • Martha M. Curry, female, November 3, 1852, female, Washington County, William H. Curry and R. A. Tucker
  • T. Cheser, June 31 [exact], 1852, male, near Walton’s Lick, James N. Cheser and Sirena Davis
  • Eliza Cheser, December 5, 1852, female, near Walton’s Lick, William Cheser and Elizabeth Cuts
  • Samuel S. Cammack, March 24, 1852, male, on Chaplin, Lamar Cammack and Sarah Bishop
  • Isaiah Colter, November 19, 1852, male, near Willisburg, Thomas Colter and Caroline Laham
  • William Corbet, February 15, 1852, male, Washington County, William Corbet and Elizabeth Gammon
  • ?, July 28, 1852, male, Washington County, Ignatius Cosby and ?
  • Charles, July 15, 1852, male, Washington County, John Batsell and Sandrilla, black, slave of John Batsell
  • Charles, September 8, 1852, male, Washington County, William Osbourn and Eliza, black, slave of William Osbourn
  • Sally, May 10, 1852, female, Washington County, David Best and Silla, black, slave of David Best
  • John, March 1, 1852, male, Washington County, Stephen C. Brown and Isabella, mulatto, slave of S. C. Brown
  • Wesley, July 5, 1852, male, Washington County, Stephen C. Brown and Rachel, black, slave of S. C. Brown
  • Uriah Barnett, June 25, 1852, male, Washington County, William Barnett and Elizabeth Robinson
  • Jacob Bowman, December 10, 1852, male, on Chaplin, William B. Bowman and Francy Warner
  • Nancy E. Bond, February 15, 1852, female, on Chaplin, Miles M. Bond and M. J. Gordon
  • John A. Boblett, May 9, 1852, male, Beckham’s Mill, Henry H. Boblett and Permilia Simms
  • Mary E. Beckham, August 19, 1852, female, Beckham’s Mill, Samuel A. Beckham and Susan Pile
  • William R. Benham, 1852, male, dead, Washington County, Alford Benham and Elizabeth Grigsby
  • Ann E. Bishop, June 2, 1852, female, Washington County, Robert Bishop and Nancy Scott
  • Charles H. Bottom, March 31, 1852, male, Washington County, B. E. Bottom and M. A. Hale
  • Rose A. Brown, March 3, 1852, female, Washington County, William H. Brown and E. A. Turner
  • Elizabeth Brown, June 3, 1852, female, Washington County, Thomas J. Brown and Nancy Noe
  • David Basham, May 19, 1852, male, Washington County, Joel Basham and Sophia Asbury
  • Charles Basham, September 26, 1852, male, Washington County, Ben Basham and Elizabeth Ruby
  • Rosaline Baker, August 26, 1852, female, Washington County, Charles Basham and Polly Roberts

3 replies »

  1. Thank you! I marvel at your records. Still trying to get the Marriage Bond from the Washington County Clerk’s Office. They did not respond to my email from last week with your added insight on where the Marriage Bonds are located. Best Regards, Connie Lizak

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  2. Those names sure were written in a neat handwriting but thank you for typing them for us. It made it so much easier to read.

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