Travers Daniel Moncure (1811-1886) was the son of John Moncure, III (1772-1822) of Clermont, Stafford County, Virginia.  Travers was born on that farm, but later resided at Oakwood, a 150-acre tract on Meadow Branch in Wide Water.  His home was near the old Brent’s Mill that drew its power from Meadow Branch.  Travers D. Moncure was a Commissioner of the Revenue for Stafford County from at least 1841 to 1850.  He was a justice of the peace from at least 1840 to 1852.