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Marriage: Children:
  1. Frances "Franky" Sharp: Birth: 28 OCT 1808 in Patrick, Virginia, USA. Death: 26 JUL 1894 in Waterloo, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  2. ! Frances Sharp: Birth: 28 OCT 1808 in Patrick, Virginia, USA. Death: 1878 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  3. Adron "Edwin\Adrin" Sharp: Birth: 21 AUG 1810 in Patrick, Virginia, USA. Death: 4 DEC 1882 in Booneville, Logan, Arkansas, USA

  4. ! Adron Sharp: Birth: 21 AUG 1810 in Patrick, Virginia, USA. Death: 4 DEC 1882 in Booneville, Logan, Arkansas, USA

  5. John Sharp: Birth: 5 SEP 1814 in VA. Death: 1860-1870

  6. Robert Sharp: Birth: 7 MAY 1816 in Virginia. Death: 12 MAY 1867 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  7. Mary E. Sharp: Birth: 27 MAR 1819 in VA. Death: 1847 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  8. ! Robert 'bob' Sharp: Birth: 17 MAY 1819 in VA.

  9. Joseph Sharp: Birth: 14 MAY 1820 in VA. Death: 2 SEP 1874 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  10. Greenville Sharp: Birth: 24 JAN 1829 in AL.

  11. Charles Sharp: Birth: 12 FEB 1830 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: 23 JUL 1889 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  12. Matilda Sharp: Birth: 30 SEP 1832 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: APR 1916

  13. Eliza Jane Louisa Sharp: Birth: 12 SEP 1834 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: 21 MAR 1909

  14. David Allen Sharp: Birth: 7 FEB 1841 in Alabama. Death: 3 JUN 1905 in Florence, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

a. Note:   *Is Charles related to Wm.Sharp(1793TN) who marr. Eliz.Qualls, d/o Wm/Mary?
 One leaf from a big tree Burial listed as Cody Cem. (Brush Arbor Cem.) on Internet..dw
  Charles purchased land from The Bureau of Land Management on July 30, 1833 Section 17-Twp 1S-Range 12W. This land is located near the Natchez Trace Road a little south of the Austin Cemetery.
 Charles Sharp, Issue Date 1 Mar 1858. Land Sale-Cash Entry 24 Apr 1820 (3 Stat. 566), Accession AL3780.018, 119.31 acres, Doc #19396, Sec 24 Twsp 1S Range 13W, Huntsville Meridian, and Sec 24 Twsp 1S Range 13W Huntsville Meridian. Comments: Add Cert #19397
  (Research): Patrick County, VA land tax records: Charles Sharp
 1807 60 acres (with Henry Fulcher)
 1808 no tax list exists
 1809-1810 no record
 1811 140 acres from Ross
 1812-1813 140 acres on south Mayo river
 1814 140 acres on N Mayo river --10 miles NE of courthouse
 1815-1820 150 acres on waters on N Mayo R., 10 miles NE of courthouse transferred from John Finney
 1821 Thomas Reynolds--150 acres transferred from Charles Sharp
 Buried at the arbor between Murphys' Chapel and the Charlie Whitten place.
  Descended from the Sharp's of Horton, in Yorkshire, England..aka `Sharpe'.. They left England and went to Ireland to escape the religious persecution.
 The branch of the family whose descendents came to Chester County, PA
 In the early part of the 18th Century, prehaps earlier, 2 bro., John & Joseph Sharp, belonging to this family settled in Chester County. (VA?)
 Charles Sharp was born in VA Dec 25, 1777 and Matilda Anglin who was the dau. of Adron and Elizabeth Anglin was born May 7, 1738 in VA. Charles & Matilda came to AL from Richmond and Petersburg, VA..
 The Alabama territory was created by an act of Congress on March 3, 1817. William Wyatt Bibb of Georgia was appointed terrtorial Governnor by President James Monroe. Lauderdale County was created January 19, 1818
 Charles Sharp it was thought came from Petersburg, Virginia in 1818.
 I have found new evidence that Charles and Matilda were still in Patrick County Virginia in 1820, I believe they left in late 1820 or early 1821. (Dan Wood)
  The Sharp's Mill was named for his son David Allen Sharp.
 This information from: "A History of Florence, Alabama" By: Jill K, Garrett, printed 1968
 Taken from: "History of Alabama and Her People" By: Albert Burton Moore, Volume 2 Page 282
  PATRICK COUNTY, VA - VITALS - Marriage, Charles Sharp And Matilda Anglin,
 20 Aug 1807 ----¤¤¤---- Patrick County, Va., Marriage Bond Book, pp. 374, 459
 Name of Groom: Charles SHARP
 Name of Bride: Matilda ANGLIN
 Surety: Philip ANGLIN
 Date: 20 August 1807
  Know all men by these presents, that we Charles Sharp & Phillip Anglin are held and firmly bound unto his excellency, Wm. H. Cabell, governor or chief magistrate of the commonwealth of Virginia, in the just and full sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, to which payment well and truly to be made to our said governor or his successors, for the use of the said commonwealth, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents: Sealed with our seals and dated this 20th day of August 1807 in the 32d Year of the commonwealth.
  The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas there is a marriage shortly intended to be had and solemnized between the above bound Charles Sharp & Matilda Anglin ---
  If therefore there be no lawful cause to obstruct the said marriage, then the above obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force and virtue.
  Executed in the presence of Philip Anglin (Seal)
 Abraham Staples his
 Charles {x) Sharp (Seal) mark Patrick County Sc:
 Whereas Charles Sharp hath compiled with the requisites of the law for obtaining a license to intermarry with Matilda Anglin of said County: These are therefore to license and permit you to join together in the holy estate of matrimony, according to the rites and ceremonies of your church, the said Charles Sharp and Matilda Anglin.
  And for so doing this shall be your sufficient warrant. Given under my hand at office this 20th day of August 1807, in the 32d year of the Commonwealth.
  To any minister legally authorised Samuel Staples Cl. P.Ct.
 to celebrate the rites of matrimony.
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