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Richmond Times Dispatch – January 19, 1911
WANTED, DOCTOR: A GOOD LOCATION at Brentsville, Va. Also merchant for this town; dwelling house and storeroom combined; for sale or rent. Inquire of DR. W. J. BELL, Bristow, VA.
Richmond Times Dispatch – April 7, 1908
CAPTAIN W. F. WILLIAMS. – Bristol, VA, April 6. Captain W. F. Williams, sixty-six years old, a native of Brentsville, Prince William county, VA, died here to-night of pneumonia. He was captain of Company A, Fourth Virginia Regiment of the Confederate army. For many years he was prominently connected with the railroads here. Two sons and three daughters survive. His only surviving sister, Mrs. Somerville, resides at Manassas.
Richmond Times Dispatch – November 5, 1916
APPOINTED DEPUTY SHERIFF. MANASSAS, VA., November 4. Judge J. B. T. Thornton has appointed J. P. Kerlin of Nokesville, deputy sheriff of Prince William County. Mr. Kerlin was selected by Charles A. Barbee, sheriff, to succeed the late John M. Hooe. McDuff Green, of Aden, has been appointed to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Kerlin's resignation as supervisor from the Brentsville District.
Daily National Intelligencer – July 14, 1825
BRENTSVILLE, VA., JULY 8, 1825 – Joseph Bergess, who was sentenced to be hanged, by the Superior Court of Law for Prince William county, held in October last, for the murder of Charles Gollyhorn, was executed near Brentsville, this day, in presence of a large number of spectators, who had assembled to witness the scene.
Pittsfield Sun – July 4, 1867
The death is announced near Brentsville, Prince William County, Va., of Wm. Washington, aged 74 years, nephew of Col. Washington of the Revolutionary army, and third cousin of Gen. George Washington. His brother, Col. Henry Washington, of the District of Columbia, survives. The deceased served with distinction throughout the war of 1812.
Alexandria Gazette – May 22, 1832
DIED, Wednesday last, at Brentsville, Prince William County Va., Philip D. Dawe, Esq., Clerk of Pr. Wm. County Court, aged 50 years.