2. Forester ALVIS was born about 1743 in Saint Paul, Hanover, Virginia. He died about 1805 in , Hanover, Virginia. When Barbara married in 1805 only mother was listed as parent.
1790 Census, Virginia. Saint Paul's Parish, Hanover County, List of Bartelot Anderson. Captain Owen Dabny District. Listed as a family of 7 white people.
Louisa County tithables 1772: Forrester Alvis listed as overseer in household of Nicholas Crenshaw (Nicholas Crenshaw was of Hanover County, his wife Mary was the daughter of William Carr, Gent. of Spotsylvania County). Trinity Parish
Louisa County tithables 1773: In the household of Nicholas Crenshaw under his own name with 2 slaves (same names as slaves listed in 1772 Crenshaw household). Trinity Parish.
Louisa County tithables 1774: In the household of Nicholas Crenshaw by first name only. In 1775 Nicholas Crenshaw's overseer is Barnett Allen. Forester is listed in Saint Martin's Parish.
Louisa County tithables 1776: Saint Martin's Parish. Listed in household of James Gibson. Also listed, William Gibson. (James Gibson and Sally Tally were married by Reverend William Douglas, 8 Jan 1779; The Douglas Register)
Louisa County tithables 1778: Listed as overseer for Robert Barrett, Trinity Parish.
He was married to Mary Ann CARR about 1779 in , Hanover, Virginia.
3. Mary Ann CARR was born about 1762 in , , Virginia.
Be careful with marriage information. Not proven. Check the following from above: Louisa County tithables 1772: Forrester Alvis listed as overseer in household of Nicholas Crenshaw (Nicholas Crenshaw was of Hanover County, his wife Mary was the daughter of William Carr, Gent. of Spotsylvania County). Trinity Parish. With this in mind - Mary was probably married to Nicholas Crenshaw as indicated by placement of the parentheses???
Living next door to Povall Turner (wife Lucinda Alvis, daughter of Woodford Alvis) in Chesterfield County, Virginia, 1830 Census; age 70 and under.
i. Woodford ALVIS was born about 1780 in , Chesterfield , Virginia. He died on 11 Jan 1830 in , Chesterfield , Virginia. Chesterfield Will Book 11, page 555. Rebecca Alvis, Povall Turner, Hudson Johnson, and Benjamin Horner bond on estate of Woodford Alvis, deceased 11 January 1830; Chesterfield County Will Book 18, 1848-49, Rebecca Alvis settles estate. 1800 Tax List, Hanover County, Virginia
1820 Census, Chesterfield County, Virginia, 110010/22100
1830 Census, Chesterfield County, Virginia, widow Rebecca 01101/111201
1840 Census, Chesterfield County, Virginia, widow Rebecca 00001/00110001/10/41101
War of 1812:MR87, 560
Chesterfield County Will Book 11, page 563, Inventory of Woodford Alvis estate, 23 Jan 1830; included 7 horses (Rock, Tom, Peter, Charley, Ned, Dick), 1 buffaloe milch cow, 6 cows, plows, grindstone, 10 hogs, hoes, 1 mahogany sideboard, 5 windsor chairs, 1 mahogany tea table, 1 mahogany bureau, 4 bed and furniture, 6 silver table spoons, 2 trundle beds, 4 small silver spoons, 2 tea caddies, 1 lot of books.
ii. James W, ALVIS was born about 1782 in , , Virginia. He died before 1830 in Saint Paul, Hanover, Virginia. Hanover County Tax Lists, 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1807.
1810 Census, Chesterfield County, Virginia. 00010/00010.
1820 Census, Chesterfield County, Virginia. 000010/0001.
Widow mistakenly listed as Nancy in 1830 Census; no children listed in any year.
1 iii. Zephaniah ALVIS
iv. Barbara ALVIS was born about 1784 in , , Virginia. Possible twin of Zephaniah
v. Marinda ALVIS was born about 1786. Moved to Scott County, Virginia, and died there. Information on descendants from Mrs. Sybil Jobe, living at 1218 Peterson Road, Neosho, Missouri, 64850 in 1994.