Metes & Bounds II: David Crews, Ancestors & Descendants
There are substantial changes from the 1st edition to the second edition. 
* expanded history on the the early Quakers of Virginia
* a greatly expanded chapter on David Crew and Mary Stanley, including information from Partridge’s Store and the Henrico Monthly Meeting Minutes 
*expanded chapter and updated information on David Crews’ participation in Forbes Expedition, as well as his  years in Bedford Couty, Virginia, and his early years in Kentucky
*new chapter on the Stanleys of Hanover County, Virginia (maternal line of David Milton Crews)
*new information on Jeremiah Crews, Elijah Crews, Rhody Crews, and Jupiter,
David’s manservant mentioned in his will
*a new numbering system for descendants
*over 80 books and over 150 total sources, many primary sources such as wills, deeds, family histories, 
and the Draper Manuscripts
*more photographs and your choice of color or black/white
*lots of smaller details on ancestors and descendants not included in the first edition