Brownie Bass Tulloss
Lillian and Harry Brady on Haymarket Bridge ca 1920
Cows at Shelter Farm ca 1955
Red House Tavern office building 2005

The information in the following chart is an attempt to provide a demographic "snap shot" of the greater Haymarket area in 1860. The 1860 Federal Census provides the following: the census enumeration number of the household (the order in which the house was visited by the census taker), the name and age of the head of household, the occupation of the head of household, the number of free people living in the household, and the total value of any estate owned by the head of household. 

  

The parcel description and parcel name information came from either the 1857 or 1859 Prince William County Tax Lists. Occasionally one list was easier to read then another on the microfilm; whichever year was more legible is the one from which the information was taken. The 1858 Tax List was particularly difficult to see, so it was not used.  If there is no information from the tax lists, that indicates that the people living on the property are not listed as owning land in Prince William County and, therefore, are probably renting.

  

The 1860 Federal Slave Schedule provides a list of those who owned slaves and the number of slaves owned in 1860. On this chart, when more than one member of a household owned slaves, even someone within the household who was not the "head of household" on the census, that person has been listed on this chart in the head of household column. The value of their estate has also been listed on this chart, in order to get a better sense of who owned slaves in the Haymarket community and what their value may have been. Keep in mind that, although slaves may have been listed as being owned by someone, it does not necessarily mean that they lived with that individual since slaves often lived and/or worked away from their owners. So, although we can't be sure where the slaves were from the information on this table, we can get a sense of who in the community owned slaves and who didn't. Gathering the information from the 1869 Slave Schedule was very easy, thanks to Beverly Veness, local history reference librarian at Bull Run Regional Library's RELIC room. She transcribed and published the lists in RELIC's on-line magazine, The Reliquary. (Volume 3, numbers 2 and 3, in 2004)

  

Special thanks to Charlotte Reineck for painstakingly creating this chart and transferring the information from Excel sheets.

  

Census E#

Head of Household (Age)

Occupation

1857 or 1859 Tax List Parcel Description

Parcel Name

Free Members of Household

Slaves in Household

Total Estate Value

103

Zephania Brawner (77)

Farmer

320 acres on Catharpin Run and 143 more acres on Catharpin Run

"Clover Hill"

7

9

$10,060

104

James Mason (63)

Carpenter

  

  

2

NL [Not Listed]

NL

105  

Beverly Bowley (35)

Miller  

  

  

6

NL

$80

106

Alexander J. McMullen (55)

Farmer  

315 Acres "joins Z. Brawner's"

"Bushy Park"  

5

NL

$9,720

107

Thomas Hogan (30)  

Farmer

  

  

  

6

NL

$605

108

Uninhabited

  

  

  

  

  

  

109

William F. Hutchison (48)

Farmer

  

  

6

NL

$100

110

Sanford W. Pickett (60)

Farmer  

248 acres; "Joins Stone Castle"; "Stone Castle" on 1857 Tax List as 735 1/4 acres on Catharpin owned by Fowls & Beverly  

"Springfield"  

10

2

$11,255

111

Anna Farel (88)

NL

  

  

3

NL

$130

112

George S. Hamilton (30)

Physician  

  

  

6

14

$20,950

113

Charles B. Stuart (64)

Farmer  

814 acres "Joines [sic] Lynn"; also 107 acres "Joines [sic] "Snow Hill"  

"Snow Hill"

"Bellview"

3

22

$35,455

114

William M. Lynn (47)

Farmer  

  

  

9

12

$40,130

115

Luther L. Lynn (39)

Farmer  

164 1/2 acres on Catamount Run also 52 acres "part of Oak Grove" and 141 1/2 acres "part of Salanton"  

"Oak Grove"  

11

9

$20,170

116

Uninhabited  

  

  

  

  

  

  

117

Thomas Latham (61)

NL

488 1/2 acres on Chestnut Lick  

"Greenville"  

5

10

$25,050

118

Gustavus Hutchison (45)

Farmer  

Two parcels on 1857 Tax List; one owned by Anne Hutchison 200 acres on Chestnut Lick called "Rose Dale" and one owned by Robt. P. Hutchison 200 acres on Chestnut Lick called "Egypt"   

"Rose Dale"

"Egypt"

5

22

$17,730

119

John Poland (53)

Farmer  

335 1/2 acres on Chestnut Lick  

  

9

NL

$12,000

120

Philip Wren  (36)

Carpenter  

  

  

9

NL

$1,110

121

William H. Spencer (32)

Carpenter  

  

  

5

NL

$150

122

John Spencer (50)

Carpenter  

  

  

7

NL

$1,400

123

John T. Poland (25)

Farmer  

248 3/4 "Part of Contest[?]" ; "Joines Hutchinson"

  

2

NL

$200

124

John Duncan (35)

 Stone Mason  

  

  

5

NL

$150

125

Charles Vermillion (68)

Farmer  

595 acres "Joines Dr. Ewell"  

"Contest"  

4

6

$7,730

126

Alexander Vermillion (33)

Farmer  

52 acres "Joines Contest"  

  

3

NL

$425

127

Joseph Basiil [?] (35)  

Merchant

  

  

1

NL

NL

128

George Canard (30)

Farmer

  

  

1

NL

NL

129

Catherine Powell (63)

NL

  

  

2

NL

$350

130

George Spring (30)

Farmer

  

  

1

NL

NL

131

Joseph D. Taylor (56)

Millwright

13 acres "Joines Skinnas" [?]  

"Taylor's Mill"  

7

1

$3,950

132

Robert Lucard (75)

Collier  

  

  

1

1

$30

133

James Coram (32) (Mulatto)

Farm Laborer  

  

  

4

NL

NL

134

Margaret Coram (50) (Mulatto)

NL

  

  

8

NL

$20

135

Waverly Coram (36) (Mulatto)

Farm Laborer  

  

  

7

NL

NL

136

William Mattose (52)

Cooper  

  

  

8

NL

$20

137

George A. Belt (35)

Carpenter  

  

  

6

NL

$50

138

John S. Ewell (31)

Farmer  

437 1/2 "on Bull Run Mountain"

  

4

6

$4,110

139

Robert T. Rose (42)

Farmer

387 3/4 on Bull Run Mountain  owned by a Mary Rose on 1857 Tax List

  

7

3

$2,283

139

Mary Rose (82)

NL

  

  

  

3

$5,070

140

Jesse Ewell (58)

Physician  

Jesse Ewell listed on 1857 Tax List owning "Dunblane"  

  

4

28

$22,582

141

Presley Gardner (54)

Carpenter

  

  

5

NL

$625

142

Chapin Bailey [aka Bayly] (43)

Farmer

co-owned w/John, Jr.; 464 1/4 acres on Bull Run Mountain  

"Waterloo"  

3

NL

$3,225

143

John Bailey, Jr. (49)

Farmer  

co-owned w/Chapin Bailey; 464 1/4 acres on Bull Run Mountain  

"Waterloo"  

2

3

$6,892

143  

John Bailey, Sr. (82)

NL

  

  

  

6

$30,000

144

Greenberry J.P. Belt (30)

Carpenter  

  

  

4

NL

$35

144

Greenberry Belt (68)

Millwright

  

  

10

NL

$125

145

Michael Dooley (34)

Farmer  

  

  

6

NL

$710

146

Edward [aka Edmund] Berkeley (36)  

Farmer

1,064 acre tract & 160 2/3 acre tract on Bull Run Mountain  

"Evergreen"  

10

50 plus 1 fugitive

$50,000

146

Mary L. Berkeley (32)

NL

  

  

  

NL

$7,000

146

Charles F. Berkeley (26)

Farmer

  

  

  

8

$23,000

147

William Powell (40)

Farmer  

  

  

6

NL

$600

148

John Mayhew (52)

Cooper  

  

  

6

NL

$250

149

Thomas Simms (21)

Farmer  

  

  

4

NL

$115

150

George Carter (32)

Cooper

  

  

10

NL

$350

151

Joseph Belt (41)

Wheelwright  

  

  

11

NL

$480

152

George Belt (34)

Millwright  

  

  

5

NL

$170

153

Charles Whitlock (34)

Spoke Manufacturer  

  

  

5

NL

$500

154

Sydney Gallaher (52)

NL

  

  

7

3

$15,150

154

Foy W. Green (53)

NL

  

  

  

  

$1,500

154

Henry Jackson (27) (Mulatto)

Farm Laborer

  

  

  

  

NL

154

Albert Jackson (24) (Black)

Farm Laborer

  

  

  

  

NL

155

Uninhabited  

  

  

  

  

  

  

156

Josiah T. Carter (40)

Farmer  

673 3/4 "on Chestnut Lick"  

"Carter's Green"  

4

NL

$11,483

157

Winston L. Carter (36)

Farmer  

237 3/4 acres "joines Carter's Green"; 279 acres "on Little Bull Run"

"Oak Grove"

"Erandale"  

7

11

$24,018

158

Sarah C. Ball (50)

NL

152 Acres "joines [sic] Wm. M. Lynn  

"Annfield"  

1

32

$29,600

159

Robert M. Lewis (42)

NL

402 acres "on Catamount Run" and 146 acres "part of Balls Estate"  

"Stepney"  

2

20

$24,928

160

Mary Akers (68)

NL

  

  

2

NL

$125

161

Craven J. King (40)

Miller  

  

  

12

NL

$430

162

George W. Saunders (27)

Farmer  

  

  

5

NL

$625

163

Patrick Furlong (33)

Shoemaker  

  

  

6

NL

$50

164

Robert Latham (29)

Shoemaker  

  

  

3

NL

$100

165

Thomas McCormick (37)

Master Shoemaker

2 Town Lots; #113 w/$300 buildings and another lot w/no buildings  

  

9

NL

$900

166

Thos. S. Shirley (35)

Master Saddler  

Town lot owned by heirs of Fielding Shirley $150 building imprvmts.  

  

10

NL

$1,725

167

Uninhabited

  

  

  

  

  

  

168

Caroline Mason (45) (Mulatto)

NL

  

  

3

NL

$20

169

Matilda Shirley (65)

NL

  

  

3

NL

$140

170

Michael Canty (56)

Ditcher  

  

  

5

NL

  $100

171

Joseph Dobson (45)

Tailor  

  

  

9

NL

$130

172

James W. Jordon [aka Jordan] (48)

Merchant  

Town Lot # 76; $500 building imprvmts.  

  

7

NL

$2,000

173

Sarah Saunders (37)

NL

  

  

3

NL

$75

174

Horace Newman (49)

Carpenter  

  

  

6

NL

$200

175

Garrett Hullfish [aka Hulfish]  (47)

Carriage Maker  

Town Lots: #46, 117; $450 buildings & 38 1/4 acres "near haymarket"  

  

15

NL

$4,400

176

John B. Lewis (25)

Engineer  

  

  

4

NL

$200

177

Henry D. Hale (70)

Retired Merchant  

1 Town Lot #47 & 2 "acres of ground"; $1,100 in building improvements  

  

1

NL

$625

178

John S. Hamilton (38)

Farmer  

  

  

3

6

$10,450

179

Cassius Foley (42)

Farmer  

7 acres on Catharpin  

"Waterfall"  

6

6

$6,360

180

James W. Mount (35)

Carpenter  

  

  

5

NL

$70

181

Sarah E. Mount (40)

NL

2 Town Lots #50 & 63; $600 Buildings  

  

6

 7

$5,880

181

Thomas Fletcher (21) (Black)

Farm Laborer

  

  

  

  

  

181

Eugenia Harris (23) (Mulatto)

NL

  

  

  

  

  

181

Thomas Davis (40) (Black)

NL

  

  

  

  

  

182

Thomas W. Turner (25)

Farmer  

  

  

4

10

$13,180

183

Townsend McCummings (37)

Farmer

  

  

7

NL

$210

184

Uninhabited  

  

  

  

  

  

  

185

John B. Grayson (44)

Physician  

100 1/2 acres "near Haymarket"; 319 1/2 acres on Little Bull Run  

"Bacon Hall"  

5

3

$20,325

186

George B. Tyler (29)

Farmer

  

  

3

8

$7,970

186  

Robert H. Tyler (21)

Farmer  

  

  

  

10

$8,740

186

Mary E. Tyler (62)

NL

303 acres on Chestnut Lick; 80 acres on Chestnut Lick joins Shelter; 20 acres on Chestnut Lick joins Shelter

"Shelter"

  

NL

$12,400

187

Charles Owens (33)

Farmer  

  

  

5

NL

$50

195

Moses Bell (55)

Master Shoemaker  

  

  

10

NL

$600

196

Thomas A. Smith (49)

Merchant  

6 Town lots $1300 in buildings and 50 3/4 acres on Broad Run  

  

4

4

$39,550

197

Frederic Foote (57)

Farmer  

937 acres Little Bull Run  

"Waverly"  

11

19

$64,250

198

Uninhabited  

  

  

  

  

  

  

199

Harriet L. Clowe (65)

NL

  

  

  4

NL

$100

200

Thomas Appell (48)

Miller  

  

  

11

NL

$110

201

James E. Norris (54)

Merchant  

  

  

2

NL

NL

202

James Forsyth (56)

Wheelwright  

6 acres on Chestnut Lick  

  

7

NL

$1,390

203

James Smith (47)

Farmer  

150 acres on Catharpin and 200 acres on Catharpin  

"Hagley"  

9

NL

$6,275

204

Willis Foley (79)

Farmer  

900 acres on Bull Run Mountain; 10 1/4 acres "part of Waterfall"; 43 3/4 acres "part of Hagley"  

"Mt. Atlas"  

4

23

$23,930

205

Richard Foley (35)

Farmer  

  

  

6

1

$950

206

Burr Powell (27)

Stone Mason  

  

  

6

NL

$100

207

George Downs (42)

Farmer  

  

  

6

NL

$1,050

208

William Fair (50)

Farmer  

  

  

7

NL

$175

209

George Mayhew (33)

Farmer  

  

  

2

NL

$50

210

Harvey S. Dodd (33)

Farmer  

  

  

7

NL

$550

211

John R. Monroe (45)

Post & Rail Fencer

  

  

4

NL

$60

212

William Thomas (67) (Mulatto)

Farmer  

195 acres on Bull Run Mountain;

  

6

NL

$2,040

213

William Thomas (27) (Mulatto)

NL

  

  

3

NL

$100

214

Haywood F. Triplet (53)

Farmer  

24 1/2 acres on Bull Run Mountain  

  

9

NL

$1,090

215

Bryant Sweeny (32)

Ditcher  

  

  

5

NL

$75

216

Alexnader Jeffries (55)

Cooper  

  

  

9

NL

$150

217

William E. Foley (57)

Teacher, Common School  

William E. Foley owning 219 acres that "Joins Poplar Hill"  

  

3

4

$3,600

218

Eliza Foster (38)

NL

  

  

3

NL

$30

219

Benoni E. Harrison (74)

Farmer  

Haymarket Town Lot; $125 in buildings and 388 acres on Bull Run Mt. and 225 1/4 acres on Little Bull Run

"Lagrange"

"Gravel Hill"

  

3

32

$52,900

220

Charles W. Foley (34)

NL

  

  

6

NL

$65

221

Joel C. Clark (77)

Farmer  

224 1/2 on Little Bull Run  

  

2

8

$13,000

222

John A. Harrison (42)

Farmer  

  

  

6

8

$8,965

223

Enoch Foley (87)

Farmer  

440 acres on Little Bull Run  

"Poplar Hill"  

5

13

$22,900

223

Martha Foley (71)

NL

  

  

  

13

$5,000

223

Catherine Foley (41)

NL

  

  

  

1

$2,080

223

Thomas F. Whiting (50)

Farmer  

  

  

  

3

$3,630

224

Enoch H. Foley (42)

Merchant  

50 acres "Joins Waterfall"  

  

9

4

$8,140

224

Elizabeth C. Foley (32)

NL

  

  

  

NL

$1,500

224

William Rose (47)

NL

  

  

  

NL

$2,200

225

Joseph S. Sinclair (34)

Shoemaker  

8 acres on Little Bull Run  

"Antiach"  

3

NL

$350

226

James Dawson (35)

Carpenter  

  

  

6

NL

$90

227

Elizabeth Hewett (50)

NL

  

  

6

NL

$10

228

Eleanor Crouch (50)

NL

  

  

5

NL

$200

229

Margaret Crouch (32)

NL

  

  

7

NL

$25

230

Hampton Cole (29) (Mulatto)

Farm Laborer  

  

  

4

NL

$50

231

David Creel (59)

Farm Laborer  

  

  

2

NL

$50

232

Christopher Swartz (64)

Shoemaker  

  

  

5

NL

$70

233

Coleman Gill (46)

Farm Laborer  

  

  

8

NL

$230

234

John Gill (33)

Farm Laborer  

  

  

3

 NL

$75

235

Cassius Dulany (34)

Farmer  

1426 acres on Broad Run  

"Cloverland"  

2

10

$43,600

236

Mary Davis (40)

NL

535 1/2 acres on "T P Road"; [Davis, Mathew on 1857 Tax List]  

"Abbaville"  

3

7 [Matthew Davis listed as owner; he does not appear on 1860 Haymarket census]  

$200

237

Willford Corbin (34)

Miller  

  

  

6

NL

$100

246

William Nalls (35)

Farmer  

9 acres on Bull Run Mt.  

"Foster Hall"  

9

NL

$80

247

Sarah Roach (62)

NL

  

  

2

9

$11,950

247

John W. Larken (27)

  

  

  

  

NL

$1,000

248

John E. Catts (39)

Farmer  

477 acres "joins B.E. Harrison"  

  

5

NL

$1,300

249

James H. Keys (37)

Carpenter  

  

  

14

NL

$100

250

John O. Leary (30)

Railroad Laborer  

  

  

5

NL

$65

251

Sallie L. Tyler (50)

NL

  

  

3

NL

$1,000

251

Grayson Tyler (25)

NL

  

  

  

NL

$350

252

James Hines (35)

Farmer

  

  

4

NL

$50

Images in top banner, left to right: Brownie Bass Tulloss ca 1900; Haymarket Horse Show ca 1960; Lillian and Harry Brady on Haymarket Bridge ca 1920; "Red House Tavern" office building 2005; Haymarket Women's Club meeting ca 1950s; Cows on Shelter Farm ca 1950

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