- 1670 John Carder appears on a list of
tithables in Lancaster County (Lancaster County Order Book 3A, p. 71.
- 1674 James Carder was a passenger with Mr.
Richard Whitehead and others to Rappahannock and New Kent counties. Mr.
Richard Whitehead was granted 2000 acres of land by patent on April 8,
1674 (Virginia Patent Book 6).
- 1705 Ann, daughter of Uriah and Sarah
Carder, was born May 5 and baptized June 17 at Christ Church, Middlesex
County. (Parish Register of Christ Church)
- 1707 Sara, daughter of Uriah and Sarah
Carder, was baptized October 6 at Christ Church, Middlesex County.
- 1730 John Carder brought an action of debt
against two others for 3 pounds, but the case was dismissed.
(Spotsylvania County Order Books)
- 1731 John Carder was engaged to keep the
church clean at the fork (Genealogical and Historical Notes of Culpeper
County, Virginia, compiled by Raleigh T. Green, 1958).
- 1731 March 25; “Order that John Carder
sweape and keep clean the fork chapel till the laying the next Parish
Levy and he be paid for the same 100 lbs tobacco ceovenant the insueing
year”. (St. Mark’s Parish Vestry Book (1730-1785), by Rosalie Edith
- 1731 May 3; “Order that John Carder be
discharged from paying his parish levy...” ( St. Mark’s Vestry Book)
- 1731 John Carder witnessed the payment in
tobacco for land purchased by Aaron Pinson from John Ashley
(Spotsylvania County Records, 1721-1800)
- 1732 John Carder brought an action of debt
against Thomas Yates, but the case was dismissed. (Spotsylvania County
- 1732 October 10; “Order that John Carder be
paid 200 lbs tobacco for keeping cleane the fork chapel.” (St. Mark’s
- 1733 October 9; “Order that John Carder be
paid 200 lbs tobacco for being sexstone for the fork chapel.” (St.
Mark’s Parish Vestry Book)
- 1734 John Carder of St. Mark’s Parish bought
100 acres of land in the great fork of the Rappahannock from Augustine
Smith for 2000 pounds of tobacco on January 20 (Orange County Deed
- 1736 The will of Augustine Smith of St.
Mark’s Parish mentioned “that tract where John Carder liveth” (Orange
County Will Book).
- 1737 William Taylor’s Inventory was signed
by John Carder (Orange County Will Book).
- 1738 John Carder witnessed two land sales in
the great fork of the Rapahannock (OrangeCounty Deed Book).
- 1753 Three Shillings were paid to John
Carder as an appraiser in the estate of William Gray (Culpeper County
Will Book A).
- 1759 John Carder, Jr. witnessed the will of
Roger Oxford (Culpeper County Will Book A)
- 1761 November 30; “To John Carder for
keeping Ann Debage three months - 100 lbs tobacco.” (St. Mark’s Parish
- 1763 John Carder was paid 19 shillings and
3/4 pence for 106 pounds of tobacco by the estate of Susana Cole.
(Culpeper County Will Book A).
- 1763 Uriah Carder was paid 1 pound, 12
shillings and 6 pence by the estate of Susana Cole.
- 1763 John Carder, constable, was taxed 461
pounds of tobacco. (Culpeper Co. Minute Book).
- 1764 John Carder was recorded on a Culpeper
County Rentall as having 100 acres.
- 1767 John Carder is granted 361 acres in
Hampshire County, WV. (He sold this in 1789, when he was living in
Greene County, Tennessee. (WVLand Grants)
- 1768 November 23; “To John Carder for
removeing Peter Russell out of the Parish 18 miles to Bromfield.” (St.
Mark’s Parish Vestry Book)
- 1771 George Carder made five pair of shoes.
He was paid for these in 1788 by William Roberts, executor of the estate
of William Johnston, deceased. (Culpeper County Will Book C).
- 1772 Armstead Carder was born between 1770
and 1775 near the Culpeper County Courthouse. He moved to Pendleton
County, South Carolina before 1803. In 1816 he moved to Wayne County,
Indiana. (The Biographical and Historical Record of Clarke County, Iowa
- 1773 John Carder sold 100 acres of land with
buildings, etc., in St. Mark’s Parish to Lawrence Slaughter for 25
pounds. This is the same tract that he purchased from Augustine Smith in
1734. (Culpeper County Deed Book G).
- 1775 James Carder was one of the purchasers
from the estate of Henry Threldkill. (Culpeper County Will Book B).
- 1777 William Carder and Sanford Carder
appear on land surveys in Hampshire County as chain carriers.
- 1778 Ankay Carder witnessed the will of John
Washburn of St. Mark’s Parish. (Culpeper County Will Book B)
- 1780 John, Joseph, and Sanford Carder were
soldiers in the Revolutionary War (List of theRevolutionary Soldiers of
Virginia, by H. J. Eckenrode, Archivist, Virginia State Library, 1912)
- 1780 George Carder was issued commisioner’s
certificates for 5 bushels of rye and 300 pounds of beef. (Public
Service Claims of Culpeper County).
- 1780 March 4; “To John Carder for
necessaries the present year - 100.0.0.” (St Mark’s Parish Vestry Book)
1780 December 26; “To John Carder for necessaries the next year - 400
lbs tobacco” (St. Mark’s Parish Vestry Book)
- 1781 William Carder of Hampshire County and
later Harrison County was stationed to guard the tories at a jail in
Romney and was later an Indian Spy in the Revolutionary War.(William
Carder’s pension application, 1833).
- 1781 Uriah Carder was issued a
commissioner’s certificate for 12 barrels of flour. (Public Service
Claims of Culpeper County)
- 1782 William Carder appears on Hampshire
County, W.V. personal property tax lists 1782 through 1797.
- 1782 January 14; “To John Carder for
necessaries the ensuing year - 600 lbs tobacco.” (St. Mark’s Parish
- 1783 January 23; “To John Carder for
necessaries the ensuing year - 600 lbs tobacco.” (St Mark’s Parish
- 1783 George Carder was paid 3 pounds for
beef and 2 pounds for rye, etc. for George Calvert.
- 1783 Uriah Carder was paid 1 pound for flour
for George Calvert.
- 1783 Frances Carder, widow of John Carder,
deceased, of Culpeper County, put her son John Carder to work as an
apprentice to another John Carder of Culpeper County for four years to
learn the trade of millwright. (Culpeper County Deed Book M).
- 1784 February 23;"To Mary Carder for the
burial of John Carder-100 lbs tobacco." (St Mark’s Parish Vestry Book)
- 1785 John Carder’s estate was inventoried
and appraised. (Culpeper County Will Book C).
- 1785 February 5;"To Mary Carder for clothing
the ensuing year - 200 lbs tobacco." (St. Mark’s Parish Vestry Book)
- 1785 Mary Carder deeded household articles
and livestock to her son George Carder, to be his at her decease. Thomas
Rand, who married Elizabeth Carder, was a witness to this deed.
- 1788 George Carder was paid for five pair of
shoes that he made in 1771 by the estate of William Johnston. (Culpeper
County Will Book C)
- 1789 John Carder and wife Elizabeth of
Greene County, NC (now Tennessee) sell 361 acres in Hampshire County, WV
to Henry Lighter. (Hampshire County Deeds)
- 1790 William Carder of Hampshire County,
W.Va. acquires 382 acres of land on Meadow Run. (Sim’s Index)
- 1791 William Carder of Hampshire County
sells livestock and other items to his son Abbot Carder.
- 1792 Patty Carder married William Bennett,
November 15. (Culpeper County Marraige Records)
- 1794 William Carder and Rosanna Brumfield,
daughter of Humphrey, surety, August 13. (A Brief of Wills and Marriages
in Montgomery and Fincastle Counties, Va., 1773-1851, by Anne L.
- 1796 Polly Carder married Benjamin Carder,
September 7 (Culpeper County Marriage Records).
- 1799 George Carder married Letty Brown,
April 9. (Culpeper County Marriage Records).
- 1801 George Carder of Culpeper County, Va.
bought 424 acres in Hampshire County, W.Va. (Hampshire County Deed
- 1801 George and Elizabeth Carder of Culpeper
County sold 100 acres in Hampshire County, W.Va. to John and Mary Carder
of Culpeper County.
- 1802 Elizabeth Carder of Culpeper County,
wife of George Carder was privily examined and agreed to the 1801 sale
of 100 acres to John Carder.
- 1802 John Carder obtains two tracts of land
in what is now Taylor County, WV. These two tracts were 160 acres and
- 1804 Laurence Carder last appears on the
Culpeper County tax lists.
- 1805 Birkett Carder married Nancy Hawkins,
October 30. (Culpeper County Marriage Records)
- 1805 Laurence Carder first appears on the
Harrison County personal property tax lists.
- 1806 Lawrence Carder of Harrison County,
W.Va. married Jenny Wiseman, daughter of George.
- 1806 George Carder married Anne Hume
(Culpeper County Marriage Records).
- 1807 John and Mary Carder of Culpeper County
sell 100 acres of land in Hampshire County, WV to William Case.
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