and Nancy Nicemonger
David Muncy b 10 Mar 1773 Rockingham Co VA d 17 Jul 1857 Russell Co VA; s/o Skidmore Muncy and Mary Scott. David Muncy m. 12 Sept 1793 to Nancy Nicemonger b abt 1775 Russell Co VA; d/o Jacob Nicemonger and Mary Unknown. Chilidren of David Muncy and Nancy Nicemonger;
1. Abraham Muncy b 27 Aug 1794 Montgomery Co VA d 25 May 1833 Fayetteville, Co VA
2. Isaac Muncy b 16 Jan 1796 Wythe Co VA d 3 May 1871; m. abt 1816 to Martha Patsy Dickenson b abt 1800 Russell Co VA d 28 May 1871 Russell Co VA; d/o Thomas Dickenson and Nancy Unknown.
David Muncy and
Mary Polly Browning
David Muncy b 10 Mar 1773 Rockingham Co VA d 17 Jul 1857 Russell Co VA; s/o Skidmore Muncy and Mary Scott. David Muncy m. 1807 Lebanon, Russell Co VA to Mary Polly Browning b 7 Oct 1784 d 29 May 1856. Children of David Muncy and Mary Polly Browning;
1. Elizabeth Polly Mustard Munsey b 14 Oct 1808 d 20 Jan 1844 Trigg, Staffordsville, Giles Co VA; m. John Stafford Sr
2. Mary Munsey b 12 Jul 1811 d 31 Dec 1891; m. William Browning
3. Rhoda Munsey b 11 Dec 1814 d 31 Dec 1899
4. Nancy Munsey b 15 Aug 1818 d 31 Oct 1894
5. Rachel Munsey b 20 Jan 1824
Deed Book #5, p.22, March 7, 1808, David Muncy and Mary his wife of Wythe County conveyed 100 acres to Ralph Bogle for 26 pounds, 13s, 4p. From: Early Settlers of Lee Co, Va, by Bales From Russell Co Surveyors Book 2 1799-1808 by Rhonda Robertson #79 3 Jul 1811 David Munsey--42a--part Treasury warrant 1856 dated 17 96 on the waters of Sinking Creek--Corner to Alexander McFarlanes 150a tract--survey made for Richard Price--Corner to James Madison. County Court Law Orders from January 1842 to December 1852
1845. Aug. T. David Muncy, a Methodist Minister, authorized to celebrate the rites of matrimony. (Vol. 1, p. 252)
1850 Russell Co, Va census 4 Munsey David 78 NC s/Skidmore Munsey & Mary Scott - Src. LDS Ancestral File
4 Munsey (Nancy) (NICEWONGER) (Dec'd) 1st w/David Munsey, d/Jacob Nicewonger, 1793, Montgomery Co., VA
4 Munsey Polly BROWNING 68 NC 2nd w/David Munsey, d/Francis Browning & Elizabeth Vermillion From Huntington Town news including Long Island NY
Isaac Muncy 1776 800 weight of English Hay 3 pounds 3s cartered 14 miles by order of Joshua Mills for his Magesty Use 1778 One wagon and horses for seven days at 12 s per day taken by Maj Gillifins Command of the Quarter Master General Dept.
WILL OF DAVID MUNSEY. Russell County, Virginia. Will Book 7, Pages 110-111. Executed 04 Aug 1857. I, David Munsey of the County of Russell and State of Virginia, do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in the following manner hereby revoking all other and former Wills by me heretofore at any time made.
First; I desire that my executors shall pay all my just debts and funeral expenses out of the first money that shall come into his hands after my decease.
Second; I give to my wife Mary if she survives me one third part of the plantation on which I now live, after a small quantity is taken off which is herein after described and given to my son Isaac, to have the same during her natural life or widowhood.
Thirdly; I give to my son Isaac in addition to what I have heretofore given him a small peace (sic) of land of my plantation bounded as follows; Beginning at a corner of my new field at a small forked black gum by the turnpike road and running up and over the hill to a large sinkhole until it strikes my back line near a Sugar Tree, thence with that line to William Hardin's line, thence with Hardin's line and my old line to my old Sugar Tree comes in Isaac's Field which is now fell down and gone, thence with the open line of a 250 acre tract, part of which I own, until it strikes the conditional fence between Isaac and me, and with the fence to the turnpike road and with the turnpike road to the beginning.
Fourthly; I give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy & her husband W. D. Wagoner, the remaining two thirds of the plantation on which I now live during the lifetime or widowhood of my said wife Mary, and after her decease or marriage. I give the whole plantation to my said daughter Nancy and her husband William D. Waggoner and their heirs forever, but upon this condition that the said W. D. Waggoner and Nancy his wife shall furnish me a comfortable support during my life and shall pay at the death or marriage of my said wife the following amounts of money to the persons following unless he shall by agreement with them have paid the same before that event: That is to my daughter Elizabeth Gilmers, dead, children two hundred and seventy dollars; To my daughter Mary Browning three hundred dollars; To my daughter Rachael Harmon three hundred dollars; and to my son Abramís daughter Ellen at my decease twenty dollars.
Fifthly; I give to my wife Mary, two choice cows, two choice bed, bedsteds & their furniture, one cupboard and wear and one table and all the kitchen furniture,
1850 Russell Co VA Census
6 3 3 Munsey Isaac 54 M Farmer 1,540 Wythe Co. VA
7 3 3 Munsey Patsey 50 F Russell Co. VA
8 3 3 Munsey Harvey 22 M Farmer Russell Co. VA
9 3 3 Munsey Mary 21 F Russell Co. VA
10 3 3 Munsey Martha 19 F Russell Co. VA
11 3 3 Munsey Charles D. 15 M Farmer Russell Co. VA
12 3 3 Munsey Nancy 14 F Russell Co. VA
13 4 4 Munsey David 78 M Farmer 5,000 Rockingham Co. VA
14 4 4 Munsey Polly 68 F NC
15 4 4 Crawford Polly 43 F Wythe Co. VA