Church and Family History Research Assistance
for Prince William County, Virginia



Chappawamsic Church was organized during the Colonial period, on November 22, 1766, with the following charter members: John Peak, John Carney, Absalom Carney, William Murphy, Grace Fristoe, John Davis, Ann Davis, William Fristoe, Ann Williams, Daniel Fristoe, John Read, William Peak, Joshua Carney, John Bland, Fleming Smith, Francis Fristoe, John Taylor, Mary Fristoe, Tyler Maugh, Ann Moore, Betty Harper, -- Fristoe, William Brown, Margaret Hampton, Mary Anderson, Mary Carney, Richard Farmer, Lan Murphy, Carty Mills, Robert Million, Heciah Million, George Williams, Joseph Williams, Robert Fristoe, Sara Brown, Sara Carney, James Peak, Peter Smith, John Fristoe, William King, Elizabeth Taylor, Ann Murphy, John Hampton, Eleanor Grimmon, Peter Mauzy, Elizabeth Reid, Chastity Reid, Catharine Smith, Charles Smith, John Smith, Daniel Smith, Richard Hazle, Elizabeth Smith, Sarah White, Margaret Bush, Thaddeus Smith Sr., Thaddeus Smith Jr., Casina Davis Manoha Hazle, Thomas Jacobs, and Margaret Bland. The minutes state that the members were dismissed from the church in Fauquier. The following year this church united with the Ketocton Association. Elder David Thomas was the first to minister to this church. The church was still active in 1906, and was located in Stafford County at that time.





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