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'Baby Doll'
"Baby Doll"
A Children's picture book based on a true story about Pearl Biggers Fansler Caruso." 
 
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'Bud' and 'Sis' Vardeman
"Bud" and "Sis" Vardeman
 
 
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'Early Adventurers on the Western Waters' Vol. III Part I p. 257-258
"Early Adventurers on the Western Waters" Vol. III Part I p. 257-258
William Vardeman listed as one of Captain Walter Crockatt's Company (Rangers) who participated in the battle of Point Pleasant in 1774 
 
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'Heroes and Heroines'
"Heroes and Heroines"
Bryan Station Siege  
 
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'It's Everybody's Business' 1954 Chamber of Commerce Film
"It's Everybody's Business" 1954 Chamber of Commerce Film
Showed at different meetings by Joe Allen Vardeman, Manager of Kerrville Chamber of Commerce in 1954+. 
 
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12th U.S. President Zachary Taylor (March 1849-July 1850)
12th U.S. President Zachary Taylor (March 1849-July 1850)
He died after a five day illness after spending a hot day 5 July 1850 at a celebration at the George Washington Monument.
Our ancestor, Garrard Riley, was Taylor's 2nd cousin.  
 
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16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln from March 1861-April 1865
16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln from March 1861-April 1865
 
 
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1713-1799 Church Records Delaware, Wilmington
1713-1799 Church Records Delaware, Wilmington
The Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, Delaware
Early Church Records of New Castle County, Delaware Volume 2 Old Swedes Church Wilmington, DE 1713-1799
Births:
Henry Senexon pg 55 #06 04 May 1732
Isaac Senexon pg 79 #18 12 Aug 1744
James Senexon pg 53 #07 07 Feb 1731
James Senexon pg 64 #15 17 Apr 1736
John Senexon pg 62 #09 17 Feb 1734
Margret Senexon pg 88 #03 06 Jul 1746
Maria Vardeman pg 33 #12 01 Apr 1724
Morina Senexon pg 95 #11 26 Oct 1749

19 Mar 1738 page 72 #07 Susanna Senexon
13 Jun 1742 page 76 #22 Sara Senexon

13 Apr 1752 page105 #02 Sennecce Senexon 
 
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1714-1730 Death, Marriage, and Birth Records Delaware, New Castle County, Wilmington
1714-1730 Death, Marriage, and Birth Records Delaware, New Castle County, Wilmington
Death of John Vardeman I (the immigrant), age 88
d. 17 March 1714

Groom: William Vardeman
Bride: Magdelena Petersson
m. 21 April 1720

Birth: Maria Vardeman 1724 (daughter of William & Magdelena Vardeman)

Groom: James Senexon
Bride: Jane Margarita Vardeman (William's sister)
m. 20 Jan 1730

Source: Personal Communications, In a letter of Jan. 19, 2002, Dr. Peter S. Craig discusses his opinions on the origins of the Vardeman family of New Castle County, Delaware. 
 
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1718 October Land Record Delaware
1718 October Land Record Delaware
John Vardiman (Johannes Vardeman) bought 55 acres north of Black Bird's Creek from Benjamin Allmond

Source: New Castle County, Delaware, Land Records 1715-1728 by
Carol Garrett, Willow Bend Books, Westminster, MD, 1998. p. 130 
 
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1720, 1724 & 1730 Marriage & Birth Records Delaware, New Castle County, Wilmington
1720, 1724 & 1730 Marriage & Birth Records Delaware, New Castle County, Wilmington
Groom: William Vardeman
Bride: Magdelena Petterson
m. 21 April 1720 (page 106, #4)

Maria Vardeman
b. 1 April 1724 (page 149 #12)

Groom: James Senexon
Bride: Jane Margarita Werdeman (Vardeman)
m. 20 Jan 1730 (page 211 #1)

The Vardeman family were married, took
communion, and baptized their children in this church under the ministry of Rev. Andrew and Rev. Samuel Hesselius.

Source: Christina Congregation’s Church Book from the year after Christ’s Birth, 1713 for the following time till 1756, Records of Communicants by Rev. Andrew Hesselius, 1717, Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, Delaware.  
 
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1722 Marriage Record France
1722 Marriage Record France
#7 shows Jean Georges Goguel and wife Anne Catherine Potzkaur married on 5 May 1722
Received from Alain and Francoise Mathieu, friends of Billie Vardiman and retired educator from France 
 
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1734 Land Record Virginia, Goochland County, William Vardeman I
1734 Land Record Virginia, Goochland County, William Vardeman I
Land Records, William Vardeman (William Vardeman I) granted 200 acres adjacent to the south side of the Rivana River, Goochland County, VA

Source: Colonial Albemarle The Social and Economic History of a Piedmont Virginia County 1727 – 1775, C. Watts, 1948, p.116
 
 
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1734 Land Record Virginia, Goochland County, William Vardeman I
1734 Land Record Virginia, Goochland County, William Vardeman I
Land Records, William Vardeman (William Vardeman I) granted 200 acres
adjacent to the south side of the Rivana River, Goochland County, VA

Source: Virginia State Library, Land Office Patents and Grants, Patents No. 15 1732-1735, Vol. 1 & 2, page 296, New Land Form, p. 3.  
 
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1735 Birth Announcement of Anne Catherine Goguel 12 Nov 1735
1735 Birth Announcement of Anne Catherine Goguel 12 Nov 1735
Daughter of Jean-George Goguel and Catherine Potzkaur. Received from research done by Alain and Francoise Mathieu, friends of Billie Vardiman and retired educator from France, translated by Alexandra Oakley, a French friend of Michelle Vardiman Fansler. 
 
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1735 Land Record Virginia, Goochland County William Vardeman I
1735 Land Record Virginia, Goochland County William Vardeman I
Land Records, William (W) Vordeman (William Vardeman I) of St. James
Parish, Goochland Co., VA, sells 200 acres for five shillings to Charles Cox.

Source: Goochland County, VA, Deed Book 2, p. 125. 
 
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1735 Tax Record Virginia, Goochland County William Vardeman I
1735 Tax Record Virginia, Goochland County William Vardeman I
Tax Records, a list of Tithables for looking after the tobacco pickers by George Taylor, constable 1735.

2 (tithes) ……… William Vardeman (William Vardeman I)

Source: Goochland County, Virginia Tithe Lists 1735 – 47, Transcribed, indexed, & published by A. Jean Lurvey, 1979, p. 1.  
 
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1740 Census Record Virginia, Goochland County, Verdeman
1740 Census Record Virginia, Goochland County, Verdeman
Census, William Vardeman (William Vardeman I) on List of Goochland
County tithables

Source: Virginia in 1740: a Reconstructed Census, T.L.C. Genealogy, 1992, p. 284 
 
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1740 July 15 Road Orders Virginia, Goochland County William Vardeman
1740 July 15 Road Orders Virginia, Goochland County William Vardeman
1728-1744 Road Orders Virginia, Goochland County (all 94 pages)
"Road to be cleared"
1740 p. 39 and 1741 p. 41

Source: Historic Roads of Virginia Goochland County Road Orders 1728-1744, O.S., p. 494 by Nathaniel Mason Pawlett, Virginia Highway & Transportation Research Council, June 1975, p. 39, Goochland County Virginia, Order Book 4, page 494, July 15, 1740. 
 
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1758 April-May Military Records <i>Colonial Soldiers of the South</i>, 1732-1774, Murtie J. Clark, 1986. p. 499
1758 April-May Military Records Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774, Murtie J. Clark, 1986. p. 499
The proceedings of a Council of Officers held at Fort Loudoun
Colonel George Washington present, William Vardeman Sr. mentioned 
 
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1758 May 9 Military Record Correspondence to George Washington
1758 May 9 Military Record Correspondence to George Washington
Timothy Dalton testimony regarding William Vardeman Sr's (William Vardeman I) involvement in the Indian raid of May 8, 1758 Bedford County, Virginia, Staunton River.

Source: George Washington Papers, Library of Congress 1744-1799, Series 4, General Correspondence

See Transcription next 
 
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1758 May 9 Military Records Correspondence to George Washington
1758 May 9 Military Records Correspondence to George Washington
Timothy Dalton testimony regarding William Vardeman Sr.'s (William Vardeman I) involvement in the Indian raid of May 8, 1758 Bedford County, Virginia Staunton River.

Source: Transcription of George Washington Papers by David Vardiman 22 March 2020

See original document above 
 
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1758 September Military Records <i>Virginia Colonial Militia</i>
1758 September Military Records Virginia Colonial Militia
 
 
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1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, VA Militia
1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, VA Militia
Collection of all the Laws of Virginia 
 
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1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, VA Militia
1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, VA Militia
Collection of all the Laws of Virginia 
 
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1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, VA Militia
1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, VA Militia
Collection of all the Laws of Virginia 
 
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1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, Virginia Militia
1758 September Military Records To the Bedford County, Virginia Militia
Transcription of The Collection of all the Laws of Virginia See original above 
 
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1759 Nov 28 Marriage Record Virginia, Richmond County, Warsaw
1759 Nov 28 Marriage Record Virginia, Richmond County, Warsaw
Groom: John Glascock
Bride: Mary Hendren
m. 28 Nov 1759 
 
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1766-1872 Birth, Marriage, and Death Records Kentucky, Crab Orchard
1766-1872 Birth, Marriage, and Death Records Kentucky, Crab Orchard
Bible owned by Mrs. Dudley Holmes, Between Crab Orchard and Stanford,
Kentucky and Tombstone Inscriptions from Stephenson, Vardeman, and Holmes Burying Grounds on Cedar Creek near Crab Orchard, Kentucky (Record 20) Birth, Marriage, and Death Records mainly from 1766-1872 for Morgan Vardeman's family, son of John II Vardeman

Source: Genealogies of Kentucky Families, O-Y (Owens – Young), Pages
311-313, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, MD, 1981. 
 
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1767 Military Records Captain Peter Vardeman in Bedford County, Virginia Militia
1767 Military Records Captain Peter Vardeman in Bedford County, Virginia Militia
Source: Kegley's Virginia Frontier, The Beginning of the Southwest, The Roanoke of Colonial Days, 1740-1783 
 
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1770s Maps Kentucky, Fort Boonesboro and Boone's Station
1770s Maps Kentucky, Fort Boonesboro and Boone's Station
Daniel Boone started hunting in Kentucky in 1769 and moved his family to Fort Boonesboro in 1775.  
 
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1774 March <i>Virginia Gazette</i>
1774 March Virginia Gazette
Missing package advertised by John Wright for three weeks in a row.  
 
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1774 Military Record of William Vardeman
1774 Military Record of William Vardeman
Source: Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia 
 
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1774 Military Record of William Vardeman
1774 Military Record of William Vardeman
Source: Fincastle County, Virginia Militia Roles, Capt. William Campbell's Company, Auditor's Accounts for Dunmore's War 
 
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1775 September 27 Pittsylvania County Deed Book page 293
1775 September 27 Pittsylvania County Deed Book page 293
Officers nominated for the Pittsylvania County Militia: Peter Vardeman

Received from The Library of Virginia 
 

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