This list is contained in the Lyman Draper Papers, and is undated. It is presumably a list of men in what became Grayson County in 1792 accused of being Tories or refusing to take the oath of alliegance to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Quakers were included on this list because they refused to take oaths of any kind, and were thus suspect in the eyes of Montgomery County Officials.
Flower Swift David Fulton Samuel Mehering John Loe Edmond Clonch William Williams John Cook Caleb Winfry Jonathan Skipworth John Mickrel Jeremiah Clonch Samuel Cox John Clonch Jonathan Essery Thomas Essery John Loe Hennery Norton John Dotson William Jones Joseph, Mc...... John McCoy Daniel McCoy Isaac Winfrey John Fleming, Junior Isaac Little Nathan Ward William Stuart Samuel Chaney John Lawson William Norton David McCoy Daniel Loe Samuel Loggins Timothy Spenser Quakers Stephen Bond Jacob Ellet Thomas Davis William Reddock Dr. Thomas Carr James Pendry Thomas Ramson Francis Reece Charles Davis Harel Ellet William Ellet Benjamin Cox John Reddock Thomas Davis JOhn Bedsolt John Kinworthy Thomas Kinworthy Christopher Hussey Caleb Reece Sollomon Reddock William Reddock John Cox Samuel Cox Jacob Ammons Jesse Cox Amos Williams Jacob Griggs Wm. Cox Elisha Bedsalt Richd. Cox Thos. Stanfield Wm. Rankins Jonathan EsseryReturn to New River Notes