Sampson Windsor, of Prince William Co., Va., had four sons William, Christopher, Burton, and Alfred. Burton married Elizabeth Tinsley, and settled in Missouri in 1833. Alfred married Sarah Clark, and settled in Montgomery County in 1833. He had a son, John R., who married Mary A. Frzhugh, of Tennessee, and died leaving a widow and
John Leach, of England, settled in Prince William Co., Va. His son William was married first to Fanny George, and they had Henry and Fanny. He was married the second time to Martha Clark, by whom he had William, Reason, Louisa, Martha, and Mary E. Henry married Frances Horton, and settled in Montgomery Co., Mo.,
Samuel Bowman, now of Coffeyville, where he is engaged in the real estate, insurance and loan business with his sons, is a Kansas resident of nearly thirty-five years and was long prominent in Labette County, where he served two terms as probate judge. His Bowman ancestors were German people who came to Pennsylvania in Colonial
John F. Richards, born October 23, 1834, in Bath County, Virginia, the founder of the wholesale hardware house Richards & Conover Hardware Company of Kansas City, Missouri, and now residing at 200 Forty-fourth Street in that city, is not only one of the merchants who have risen to prominence in this section of the Middle
Walter E. Todd7, (Solomon6, Solomon5, James4, James3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born April 5, 1863, married, April 1896, Grace Meekins. They live now (1913) in Dumfries, Va. Child: 1628. Earl, b. Oct. 1898.
A complete abstract register of all names mentioned in over six hundred recorded wills, arranged alphabetically from Adams to Wright. Copied from the Court House Records of Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Loudoun, Prince William and Rockbridge Counties of Virginia.