Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

John Wigglesworth

Male Bef 1751 - Aft 1781  (> 32 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  John Wigglesworth was born before 1751 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia (son of James Wigglesworth and Mary Durrett); died after 1781 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Notes:

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    1762-1772 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book D, Administration Bonds; [William Armstrong Crozier]; £800 Benjamin Waller, admr. of Edmund Waller, decd., with John Wiglesworth and John Carter, sec. Nov. 21, 1771.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Novr. 21, 1771. John Campbell and Mary, his wife, and Alexander Spotswood to Benjamin Burbridge of Spts. Co. Lease. 45 a. "John Wiglesworth and Philadelphia, his wife, and Mary Fox," etc. 287 lbs. tob. Js. Lewis, Thos. Fox, Alford Williams. Septr. 21, 1775.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Augt. 20, 1774. Peter Marye and Eleanor, his wife, of Spts. Co. to John Wiglesworth of same Co. £300 curr. 670 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., etc. Wm. Green, Jos. Brock, James Hayden, Joseph Gale. Feby. 16, 1775
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    April 20, 1775. Wm. Houston and Judith, his wife, of Fredksbg. to John Wiglesworth of Spts. Co. £100 curr. Lot 41 in town of Fredksbg., "whereon my father, Wm. Houston, Decd., formerly lived," etc. Jno. Brock, Reubin Straughan, Jno. Richards. May 18, 1775.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    April 20, 1775. John Wiglesworth and Philadelphia, his wife, of Spts. Co. to Wm. Houston of sd. Co. £100 curr. 540 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. Jno. Brock, Reuben Straughan, Ro. Dudley. May 18, 1775.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Jany. 7, 1777. George Atkinson of Spts. Co. and Martha, his wife, to Jno. Holloday, jr., and Jno. Wiglesworth, both of afsd. Co. "For the love and friendship they have and do hear the sd. Wiglesworth and Holloday," etc., and for the trusts hereafter named. All lands, slaves, personal estate of the sd. Atkinson, in trust for them during their lives, and after their deaths, a slave, for the use of Betty Penn, wife of Geo. Penn of Spts. Co., etc. The sd. Holloday and Wiglesworth discharging a debt now due from sd. Atkinson to Thomas Colson, etc. Witnesses, Larkin Chew, 0. Towles, Jno. Smith, Robt. Thomas. Jany. 16, 1777.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Decr. 20, 1778. James Pritchett of Spts. Co. to John Wiglesworth of same County. £250 curr. 669 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. John Brock, Jno. Chew, jr.; Jos. Brock, jr.; Sherod Horn. March 18, 1779.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    June 18, 1778. John Wiglesworth and Philadelphia, his wife, of Spts. Co. to Harman Haner of Stafford Co. £200 curr. 125 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. No witnesses. June 18, 1778.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Novr. 30, 1778. Charles Bruce of Orange Co., Executor of the last will. and testament of Thos. James, late of Fauqueir Co., decd., of first part; Michael Robinson, jr., and Molly, his wife, of Spts. Co., of second part; Richard Price of Orange Co. and Agatha, his wife, of third part; John Wiglesworth of Spts. Co., of fourth part. Whereas, Thos. James, in his lifetime promised the sd. Michael Robinson, the sum of £250, as portion with sd. Molly, as daughter of sd. James; and also having promised sd. Richd. Price the like sum as portion with the sd. Agatha, another daughter of the sd. James, and in order to provide for the payment thereof the sd. James, by his last will and testament, dated April 9, 1772, directed the sale of those lots in town of Fredkshg., commonly called the Long Ordinary by his Executors, and the respective sums pd. the sd. daughters Molly and Agatha, out of the sale thereof; and whereas, a communication being afterwards had between the sd. Michael Robinson, Richd. Price, and Thomas James, concerning the portions of their wives, it was mutually agreed that the sd. Robinson and Price should accept the sd. Lots and Houses in lieu of the sd. portions, in pursuance of the sd. agreement, in the year 1775, intending to confirm that agreement, had a deed drawn for conveying the sd. lots, etc., to the sd. parties, but as some difference had arisen between the sd. James and Michael Robinson, the Elder (father to the sd. Michael), respecting the fortune promised by him to his sd. son on the marriage afsd., the sd. James, in order to forte the Robinson, the Elder, to comply with his promise, undertook to convey the afsd. lands to Richard Price, in trust, as to one moiety, to be held for the benefit of the wife of the sd. Michael, jr., until the sd. Michael, Senr., should comply with his promise, with the understanding that the one retaining the sd. property should pay the other party £250; and whereas, the sd. James died, and by his will, proved in Fauqueir Co., Feby. 26, 1776, appointed Chas. Bruce, Thos. Hord, Gerrard Banks, and John James, Executors, the sd. Charles Bruce alone accepting the Executorship, etc., the sd. Michael Robinson, the Elder, having complied with his agreement aforementioned, etc., the sd. Robinson, jr., and Price, being intitled to the sd. lots, etc., agree for the sale thereof to the sd. John Wiglesworth for the sum of £550 curr., and hereby convey the same, etc. Witnesses, John Steward, Michael Robinson, Stapleton Crutchfield, James Haekley, Richard Young, John Hawkins. July 15, 1779.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Oct. 21, 1779. John Wiglesworth and Philadelphia, his wife, of Spts. Co. to Wm. Jackson of. Fredksbg. £400 curr., "all that part of the lower end of the lot in Fredksbg., known as the Long Ordinary," etc. No witnesses. Oct. 21, 1779.
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Jany. 3, 1780. John Herndon of Spts. Co., Gent., and Mary, his wife, to John Wiglesworth of same county. £3492 curr. 292 a. in Spts. Co. Jno. Chew, Sam. Todd, Jas. Jarvis. May 17, 1781.
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Feby, 19, 1780. John Wiglesworth and Philadelphia, his wife, of Spts. Co. to John Welch of Fredksbg. £10,000 curr. Lot 41 in Fredksbg., purchased of Wm. Houston, etc. Richd. Young, Saml. Todd, James Cunningham. Aug, 20, 1780.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Feby. 28, 1782. Jno. Wiglesworth and Philadelphia, his wife, of Spts. Co. to Wm. Smith of Fredksbg. £200 specie. Part of lot in Town of Fredksbg, etc. Wm. McWilliams, James Taylor, John Welch. June 20, 1782.
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    1782-1787 Fredericksburg Va Deed Book {Sparacio}: page 3-4
    THIS INDENTURE made this Twentieth day of January in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty three between JOHN WELCH of County of Spotsylvania and Bourough of Fredericksburg and NELLEY his Wife of one part and GODLOVE HEISKELL of County and Borough aforesaid of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN WELCH and NELLEY his Wife of sum of Seven hundred pounds Specie Virginia currency to them paid hath sold unto GODLOVE HEISKELL his heirs and assigns all that part of the Lott numbered in the plan of the said Borough (41) and is the lower part of the Lott the said JOHN WELCH purchased of JOHN WIGLESWORTH formerly belonging to WILLIAM HOUSTON being One hundred and thirty feet on HANOVER STREET and Sixty one feet on CAROLINE STREET up to the lower part of the said lott, which the aforesaid JOHN WIGGLESWORTH sold to WILLIAM JACKSON, thence Twenty feet along the side of said JACKSONs House, then turning Nine feet outwards towa.rd the LONG ORDINARY and continuing fourteen feet back and twelve feet paralel with the said CAROLINE STREET, thence Ninety eight feet back from thence to run to CAROLINE STREET Eighty four and one half feet; it being now in the possession of the said GODLOVE HEISKILL, and the said JOHN WELCH and NELLEY his Wife agree that they will warrant and forever defend the said Lott against claim of every other persons In Witness whereof the said JOHN WELCH & NELLEY his Wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals
    At a Hustings Court held for the Town and Corporation of Fredericksburg on Monday the Twentieth day of January one thousand seven hund.red and Eighty three
    This Deed indented from JOHN WELCH & NELLEY his Wife to GODLOVE HEISKILL (she being first privately examined) was acknowledged and ordered to be recorded
    Truly recorded Test THOMAS SYDNOR Dp. Clk.
    Test HENRY ARMISTEAD, Clk.

    Family/Spouse: Philadelphia Fox. Philadelphia (daughter of Thomas Fox and Philadelphia Claiborne) was born before 1758 in King William County, Virginia; died after 1782 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  James Wigglesworth was born in 1730 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia (son of John Wigglesworth and Mary MNU Wigglesworth); died on 18 Jun 1822 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate.

    Notes:

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    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Feby. 13, 1752. James Wiglesworth, son and heir of John Wiglesworth, Decd., and Mary Wiglesworth, widow and relict of the sd. John Wiglesworth, Decd., of Spts. Co., to John Wood of the sd. County. £18 curr. 130 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. John Waller, Samuel x Brown, William Wigglesworth. June 2, 1752.
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    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Feby. 24, 1757. James Wiglesworth of Spts. Co. and Mary, his wife, to Wm. Wiglesworth. 5 shill. curr. 200 a. in Spts. Co., formerly belonging to John Wiglesworth, Decd., and fell to the sd. James, as heir at law to the Decd., etc. Edmund Waller, Jno. Waller, junr. June 7, 1757.
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    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Dec. 4, 1759. William Wiglesworth of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Mary, the wife of James Wiglesworth of the same Co., to John Pulliam of Par. and Co. afsd. £57 curr. 200 a. in Par. and Co. afsd. A. Foster, Wm. Miller, Edward Herndon, William Lewis. May 6, 1760.
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    1761-1766 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book F; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Dec. 3, 1764. Samuel Brown of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Martha, his wife, to James Wigglesworth of same Par. and Co. £12 5s. curr. 24 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. April 1, 1765.
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    1761-1766 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book F; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Augt. 3, 1766, Robert Wilkinson of Spts. Co. and Alce (Alice?) his wife, to James Wiglesworth of Spts. Co. £44 2s. 6d. Curr. 101 a. in Spts. Co. purchased of Edmund Waller, and is part of 151 a., the residue of the tract of land whereon sd. Edmund Waller and several of his children live and in which sd. Edmund has a fee simple right, after the several shares allotted to each of his children that were entitled by the will or settlement heretofore made of the afsd. tract by John Waller, Decd., father of the sd. Edmund Waller, etc. Witnesses, W. Underwood, Joseph Herndon, Henry Pendleton, Jno. Waller, jr. Septr. 1, 1766.
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    1766-1771 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book G; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    May 29, 1769. John x Durrett and James Chiles of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Elizabeth, wife, of sd. James Chiles, to Abram Larew of New East Jersey. £90 curr. 233 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a pat. granted sd. John Durrett. Witnesses, James Wiggleswortb, John x Rainey, Jno. Wigglesworth, junr., Mary Long. June 5, 1769.
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    1766-1771 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book G; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    June 5, 1769. John x Durrett, James Wigglesworth and Mary, his wife, of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to Abram Larew of New East Jersey. £34 curr. 340 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of pat. granted sd. Durrett. Witnesses, James Chiles, Mary Long. June 5, 1769
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier]; Page 294
    Novr. 3, 1772. John x Durrett of Spts. Co. to his daughter Mary, wife of James Wiglesworth. Deed of gift. Slaves. Witnesses, James Watkins, Nathan Hawkins. Novr. 20, 1772.
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Septr. 17, 1772. Moseley Battaley, an infant, apprentices himself to John Wigglesworth, House Carpenter, etc., sd. Battaley now 17 yrs. of age, apprenticed until he reaches the age of 21 years, etc. No witnesses. No date of Record.
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Septr. 4, 1772. Joseph Talbert of Spts. Co. and Sarah, his wife, and James Crawford of same Co. and Mary, his wife, to James Wiglesworth of same Co. £97 10s. curr. 112 a. in Berkeley Par., Spts. Co., part of a tract of land granted by Patent to Edmund Waller. Witnesses, Joel Parish, Jonathan Carpenter. Novr. 20, 1772.
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Septr. 19, 1772. John Wiglesworth of Berkeley Par., Spts. Co. to James Wiglesworth of same Par. and Co. £150 curr. 300 a. in Par. and Co. afsd., part of two tracts of land patented by John Wilkins and Edmund Waller. Witnesses, Henry Johnson, Wm. Cason. Novr. 20, 1772.
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    April 15, 1774. Samuel x Brown of Spts. Co. and Martha, his wife, to James Wiglesworth of same Co. £29 10s. curr. 59 a. in Spts. Co. James Watkins, Chas. Powell, David Sandidge. April 21, 1774.
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    1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Decr. 3, 1776. Jno. Waller of Spts. Co. and Elizabeth, his wife, to Sarah Wiglesworth of Spts. Co. £80 curr. 94 a. in Spts. Co., purchased of John Hall, etc. Witnesses, John Smith, Jos. Duerson, Jas. Wiglesworth, Senr. April 17, 1777.

    James married Mary Durrett about 1751 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Mary (daughter of John Durrett and Catherine Goodloe) was born before 1736 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died after 1769 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Mary Durrett was born before 1736 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia (daughter of John Durrett and Catherine Goodloe); died after 1769 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Notes:

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    Spotsylvania County Records , Page 29
    DURRETT, JOHN, Spotsylvania County, d. July 30, 1773, p. Feb. 16, 1775.
    Wit. Richard Shackleford, James Watkins, Ambrose Shackleford.
    Ex. son-in-law James Wiglesworth.
    Leg. son Richard Durrett; daughter Anne Long and her children Elizabeth, Agatha, Ann, Cathren and Susannah Long; grandson Brumfield Long; granddaughter Mary Skelton; daughter, Elizabeth Chiles and her children Elizabeth, Harry and James Chiles; son-in-law James Chiles; son-in-law James Wiglesworth. (Page 107)
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    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Feby. 24, 1757. James Wiglesworth of Spts. Co. and Mary, his wife, to Wm. Wiglesworth. 5 shill. curr. 200 a. in Spts. Co., formerly belonging to John Wiglesworth, Decd., and fell to the sd. James, as heir at law to the Decd., etc. Edmund Waller, Jno. Waller, junr. June 7, 1757.
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    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Dec. 4, 1759. William Wiglesworth of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Mary, the wife of James Wiglesworth of the same Co., to John Pulliam of Par. and Co. afsd. £57 curr. 200 a. in Par. and Co. afsd. A. Foster, Wm. Miller, Edward Herndon, William Lewis. May 6, 1760.
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    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier]; Page 294
    Novr. 3, 1772. John x Durrett of Spts. Co. to his daughter Mary, wife of James Wiglesworth. Deed of gift. Slaves. Witnesses, James Watkins, Nathan Hawkins. Novr. 20, 1772.

    Children:
    1. 1. John Wigglesworth was born before 1751 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died after 1781 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    2. Sarah Wigglesworth was born in 1761 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died in 1834 in St. Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia.
    3. James Wigglesworth was born in 1752 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died on 19 Mar 1825 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John Wigglesworth was born before 1708; died on 3 Apr 1750 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - admin.

    Notes:

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    1749-1759 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book B, Administration Bonds; [William Armstrong Crozier]; £500 Mary Wiglesworth, admx. of John Wiglesworth, decd., with Edmd. Waller and Benj. Martin, sec. Apr. 3, 1750.
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    1725-1728 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book A; [Antient Press]; Page 323
    THIS INDENTURE made the fifth day of August in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight, Between JOHN WILKINS of Spotsylvania County of one part and JOHN WIGLESWORTH of the same County of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN WILKINS in consideration of sum of ive shillings currant money of Virginia to him in hand paid by JOHN WIGLESWORTH the receipt whereof JOHN WILKINS doth hereby acknowledge hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JOHN WIGLESWORTH two hundred acres of land situate in Parish of Saint George and County of Spotsylvania being part of a greater tract of four hundred and twenty acres granted to JOHN WILKINS by Patent bearing date the sixteenth day of June one thousand seven hundred and twenty seven and is bounded; Beginning at a Poplar, Ash, Elm and red Oak a corner in JOHN WILKINS's line standing at the mouth of a small Branch on the West side of RACKOON SWAMP, thence East two hundred poles to four red Oak bushes near the head of a small Branch on the North side, thence South fifteen degrees West one hundred and eighty two poles to a Hickory by a Branch, thence West two hundred poles to a white Oake in Mr. JOHN CHILES's line. thence North fifteen degrees East to the beginning together with the rents and services thereof; To have and to hold the two hundred acres of land and all the premises hereby bargained and sold unto JOHN WIGLESWORTH and his heirs from the day before the date hereof dureing the term of one whole year to the intent that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession JOHN WIGLESWORTH may be in the actuall possession of the premises and enabled to accept the inheritance thereof to him and his heirs; In Witness whereof JOHN WILKINS hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written
    Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
    JOHN WALLER JOHN WILKINS
    JOHN SNALL
    Z. LEWIS
    At a Court held for Spotsylvania County August the Sixth day 1728
    JOHN WILKINS acknowledged his Deed of Lease for Land unto JOHN WIGLESWORTH at whose motion the same was admitted to Record
    Test JOHN WALLER, Clk Cur
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    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    April 9, 1737. William Johnston of Spts. Co., Va., Gent., to John Wiglesworth, of same county. £27 10s. curr. 519 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. granted sd. Johnston by pat. March 15, 1735. Peter Montague, Anthony Foster, Edwd. Dickinson. May 3, 1737.
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    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    5 Dec 1737. Deed of Lease. John Wilkins of Spotsylvania Co for 5 shillings leased to John Wiglesworth of same co a 220 a. tr of land it being the remainder of a patent granted to the sd John Wilkins for 420 a. dated 16 Jun 1727 whereof the afsd John Wiglesworth bought 200 a. by deeds dated 5 Aug 1728 ... during the term of one year .... Wit: Z. Lewis, Wm Waller. Ackn 2 May 1738 & admitted to record. Attest: John Waller clk. (Pg 25]
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    Magazine of Virginia Genealogy Vol 25 1987, No. 2; Page 63
    Virginia Land Patent Book 18
    Henry Goodloe, 303 acres in Spotsylvania County among the branches of the North Fork of the South Fork of the South River, bounded by Mr. Baylor, the said Goodloe in Col. Robinson's line and Langford. For importation of six persons; Samuel Newball, Patrick Bolen, Thomas Moore, William Morrison, Robert Brown and John Wigglesworth. 12 September 1738
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    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Jany. 23, 1740. Edmund Waller of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Mary, his wife, to John Wigglesworth, of same Par. and county. £12 10s. curr. 110 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. part of a pat. granted sd. Waller, Sept. 28, 1728. John Waller, John Cockburn, George Atkinson. April 7, 1741.
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    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Sept. 29, 1741. John Wiglesworth of Spts. Co., carpenter, and Mary, his wife, to Benjamin Waller of the City of Williamsburg, Gent. £8 12s. curr. 50 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. part of a tract granted one John Wilkins by pat., June 16, 1727, and by him sold to sd. Wiglesworth.
    Witnesses: John Waller, Edmund Waller, Thos. Cowper, Henry Pendleton, Beery Lewis. Oct. 7, 1741.
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    1742-1751 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book D; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    April 21, 1743. John Wiglesworth of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to William Johnston of same Par. and County. £103 curr. 519 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. Jas. Taylor, Stephen Johnston, John Mountague. June 7, 1743.
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    1742-1751 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book D; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    May 3, 1748. John Holloday of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Elizabeth, his wife, to John Wiglesworth of same Parish and county. £45 curr. 200 a. in Par. and county afsd., part of a pat. granted Thomas Sartin, May 6, 1727, and by him sold to John Holloday, Gent., Decd., father of the sd. John Holloday. Witnesses, Joel Parrish, Benja. Martin, Thorns. Stubblefield. May 3, 1748
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    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Feby. 13, 1752. James Wiglesworth, son and heir of John Wiglesworth, Decd., and Mary Wiglesworth, widow and relict of the sd. John Wiglesworth, Decd., of Spts. Co., to John Wood of the sd. County. £18 curr. 130 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. John Waller, Samuel x Brown, William Wigglesworth. June 2, 1752.
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    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Feby. 24, 1757. James Wiglesworth of Spts. Co. and Mary, his wife, to Wm. Wiglesworth. 5 shill. curr. 200 a. in Spts. Co., formerly belonging to John Wiglesworth, Decd., and fell to the sd. James, as heir at law to the Decd., etc. Edmund Waller, Jno. Waller, junr. June 7, 1757.

    John married Mary MNU Wigglesworth about 1728 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Mary was born before 1712; died after 1752 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Mary MNU Wigglesworth was born before 1712; died after 1752 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Notes:

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    1749-1759 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book B, Administration Bonds; [William Armstrong Crozier]; £500 Mary Wiglesworth, admx. of John Wiglesworth, decd., with Edmd. Waller and Benj. Martin, sec. Apr. 3, 1750.
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    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Sept. 29, 1741. John Wiglesworth of Spts. Co., carpenter, and Mary, his wife, to Benjamin Waller of the City of Williamsburg, Gent. £8 12s. curr. 50 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. part of a tract granted one John Wilkins by pat., June 16, 1727, and by him sold to sd. Wiglesworth. Witnesses: John Waller, Edmund Waller, Thos. Cowper, Henry Pendleton, Beery Lewis. Oct. 7, 1741.

    Children:
    1. 2. James Wigglesworth was born in 1730 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died on 18 Jun 1822 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate.
    2. William Wigglesworth was born after 1738 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died after 1776 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    3. John Wigglesworth was born before 1747 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died after 1772 in Berkeley Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    4. Elizabeth Wigglesworth was born on 23 Mar 1732 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died in 1790 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

  3. 6.  John Durrett was born about 1706 in St. George's County, Spotsylvania County, Virginia (son of John Durrett and Mary MNU Durrett); died on 16 Feb 1775 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate.

    Notes:

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    1772-1798 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    DURRETT, JOHN, Spotsylvania County, d. July 30, 1773, p. Feb. 16, 1775.
    Wit. Richard Shackleford, James Watkins, Ambrose Shackleford.
    Ex. son-in-law James Wiglesworth.
    Leg. son Richard Durrett; daughter Anne Long and her children Elizabeth, Agatha, Ann, Cathren and Susannah Long; grandson Brumfield Long; granddaughter Mary Skelton;
    daughter, Elizabeth Chiles and her children Elizabeth, Harry and James Chiles;
    son-in-law James Chiles;
    son-in-law James Wiglesworth. (Page 107)
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    Contributed by: James Hughes

    Durrett, John.
    Publication 1775.
    Gen. note Part of index to Spotsylvania County Wills and Administrations (1722-1800)
    Note p. 107-108. Will pro. 16 Feb. 1775.
    p. 108-109. Exors. bond rec. 16 Feb. 1775.
    p. 125. Inv. & appr. rec. 18 May 1775.
    Note Will Book E, 1772-1798 (Reel 28)
    ===
    1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    GOODLOE, HENRY, St. George's Parish, d. Nov. 25, 1748, p. May 2, 1749.
    Wit. John Minor, Diana Goodloe, John Wallace Summers.
    Ex. Robert Durrett, Robert Goodloe.
    Leg. wife Elizabeth;
    son Robert;
    daughter Elizabeth, wife of Robert Durrett;
    granddaughter Elizabeth Maulden;
    daughter Jane, wife of John Maulden;
    daughter Katherine, wife of John Durrett. (Page 496)
    ===
    ===
    1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 4; {Antient Press}:
    Spotsylvania County Court: 3d of March 1729/30; Page 382
    - On petition of JOHN DURRETT to have the Road as he is Overseer of from JOHN BUSH's to MATAPONY CHURCH devided into two precincts, the same is rejected
    ===
    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    July 6, 1736. Joseph Brock of St. Geo. Par., Spts. County, Gent., to John Durett of sd. county and parish, planter. 64 a. in Par. and County afsd. part of pat. granted Larkin Chew, decd., June 4, 1722, and conveyed sd. Brock, as by Deeds, etc. Witness: Wm. Waller. July 6, 1736.
    ===
    1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Septr. 3, 1754. John Durritt of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to Henry True and Martin True of Par. and county of sd. £30 curr. 200 a. in St. Geo. Par., on s. side River Ta. Benja. Davis, Alexr. Hawkins, James Sparkes. Sept. 3, 1754.
    ===
    1766-1771 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book G; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    May 29, 1769. John x Durrett and James Chiles of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Elizabeth, wife, of sd. James Chiles, to Abram Larew of New East Jersey. £90 curr. 233 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a pat. granted sd. John Durrett. Witnesses, James Wiggleswortb, John x Rainey, Jno. Wigglesworth, junr., Mary Long. June 5, 1769.
    ===
    1766-1771 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book G; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    June 5, 1769. John x Durrett, James Wigglesworth and Mary, his wife, of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to Abram Larew of New East Jersey. £34 curr. 340 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of pat. granted sd. Durrett. Witnesses, James Chiles, Mary Long. June 5, 1769
    ===
    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Novr. 3, 1772. John x Durrett of Spts. Co. to his daughter Mary, wife of James Wiglesworth. Deed of gift. Slaves. Witnesses, James Watkins, Nathan Hawkins. Novr. 20, 1772.
    ===
    1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    May 8, 1771. John x Durrett of Spts. Co. to his grandson, John Crutchfield, and grand-daughter, Agatha Crutchfield. Deed of Gift. Negro. Witnesses, Edwd. Herndon, Jos. Herndon, Jas. Wigglesworth. No date of record.
    ===
    1785-1788 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book L; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    June 3, 1788. Stapleton Crutchfield and Sarah, his wife, of Spots. Co. to Jno. Crutchfield (son of the sd. Stapleton). In consideration of 101 5s. and the sd. Johns relinquishing to the sd. Stapleton 314 acres, 264 a., part thereof given the sd. Stapleton by John Durrett, and 50 a. purchased of Thomas Duerson, the sd. Stapleton conveys to the sd. John, 395 a. in Spots. County, etc., etc. No witnesses. June 3, 1788.

    John married Catherine Goodloe about 1736 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Catherine (daughter of Henry Goodloe and Elizabeth MNU Goodloe) was born on 1 May 1720 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died before 1775 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Catherine Goodloe was born on 1 May 1720 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia (daughter of Henry Goodloe and Elizabeth MNU Goodloe); died before 1775 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    ===
    1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    GOODLOE, HENRY, St. George's Parish, d. Nov. 25, 1748, p. May 2, 1749. Wit. John Minor, Diana Goodloe, John Wallace Summers.
    Ex. Robert Durrett, Robert Goodloe.
    Leg. wife Elizabeth;
    son Robert;
    daughter Elizabeth, wife of Robert Durrett;
    granddaughter Elizabeth Maulden;
    daughter Jane, wife of John Maulden;
    daughter Katherine, wife of John Durrett. (Page 496)

    Children:
    1. 3. Mary Durrett was born before 1736 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died after 1769 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    2. Sarah Durrett was born after 1736 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died after 1788 in Berkeley Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    3. Richard Durrett was born after 1736; died between Mar 1774 and 14 May 1783 in Bedford County, Virginia.
    4. Elizabeth Durrett was born about 1739 in Caroline County, Virginia; died after 1775 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  John Durrett was born before 1684 in France (son of Paul Parrian de Durrette and Antonia MNU Durrett); died after 1757 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Notes:


    === john had to be born bef 1684 perhaps sooner so maybe Paul and John were brothers.

    Contributed by: James Hughes

    Note:
    Will of Henry Fielding, gent., of King & Queen County, Virginia.
    To John Adamson the plantation bought from John Durratt, £30, and two suits of clothing, as well as his freedom after he has received all bills of exchange and tobacco for the ensuing year.
    To John and Mary Howell £20 apiece.
    To Madam Mary Lane, Col. Gawin Corbin, and Madam Jane Corbin £10 apiece, for mourning.
    To his cousin Francis Thompson in England L20.
    To Jane Wilson, daughter of Madam Jane Corbin, L10.
    To Mrs. Fugatt £10 for her care in his illness.
    To Mr. John Story £10 for mourning.
    To his daughter Frances Fielding the residue of his estate in England and Virginia, unless she dies before 21 of singla, in which case the residue is to be divided equally between testator's mother Madam Frances Fielding and John and Mary Howell, son and daughter of his late wife, with his cousin Francis Thompson as heir of the mother's share.
    Col. Gawin Corbin is to have management and use of any negro or ship or ships which might arrive from the Royal African Company, or other consignments to testator from the West Indies.
    His executors are to provide seven rings at 20s. each for Madam Mary Lane, G. Corbin, Jane Corbin, Capt. Edward Lewis, Mr. John Story, John Howell, and Mary Howell.
    Names his mother Madam Frances Fielding, Arthur Baly, Esq., Mr. Francis Thompson in England, Col. Gawin Corbin and Mr. John Story in Virginia as executors.
    Signed 26 October 1704. Witness John Spicer, James Dinglas(his mark), Willm. Collins (his mark).

    A codicil of the same date, same witnesses, leaves £5 and a ring to Mr. Isaac Hill; £5 to Catherine Bourne, wife of George Bourne and nurse to Frances Fielding, testator's daughter.

    Probate London 27 November 1712 to Francis Thompson, with reservation in respect of Gawin Corbin and John Story.

    http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/VTLS/CR/04361/index.html Survey Report Image
    Survey Report No. SR 04361
    Microfilm Reel No. Not Filmed
    Author Principal Probate Registry Class: Will-Register Books 208 BARNES.
    Title Will of Henry Fielding
    Publication 1712
    Gen. note Probate Act Book 1717, f. 213 vo.
    ===
    === land mentioned
    1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    BROCK, JOSEPH, Spotsylvania County, d. Mar. 3, 1742, p. July 5, 1743.
    Wit. W. Robinson, Agatha Robinson, William Waller.
    Ex. wife Mary.
    Leg. wife Mary, 750 acres of land, together with my mansion house, beginning at a black oak, corner of Bloomfield Longs in sight of Burros Road, and is also a corner of my patent, thence keeping my patent lines to Rice Curtis, Junr's corner on the north side of Burros Road; thence keeping said Curtis' line to Thomas Duerson's corner pine on the east side of the road that leads to Snell's Bridge; then along the said road by Mattapony Church, to the said Duerson's Corner on Larkin Chew's land; thence keeping the said Chew's several lines, to a large white oak in the corner of my patent. Then keeping my patent lines to the Middle River, thence up the river to John DURRETT's lower corner on the river; thence with his line to his corner white oak; then along a line of marked trees to the first mentioned place. Son William Brock the rest of my land not disposed of by me to Rice Curtis, Junr. and Thomas Duerson, which is part of a patent granted Larkin Chew, decd. for 1600 acres in the year 1722.
    Son Joseph Brock, 787 acres of land from the same tract with his mother;
    son Henry Brock, 650 acres of land including the plantation whereon he now lives;
    daughter Mary Brock plantation known by the name of Folly, and to include 500 acres joining thereto;
    daughter Susanna Brock;
    grandson Joseph Duerson;
    grandson, Rice Curtis;
    daughter Hannah Duerson.
    Mentions tract of land of about 4,000 acres lying in Spotsylvania County,
    also mentions slaves given to Rice Curtis, Junr. and Thomas Duerson. (Page 360)
    ===
    1725-1728 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book A; [Antient Press]; Page 235-236
    THIS INDENTURE made the 30th day of January in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty six; Between JOSEPH BROCK of County of KING and QUEEN, Gent. of one part and JOHN DURRET of Spotsylvania County, Planter, of other part; Wittnesseth that JOSEPH BROCK in consideration of sum of five shillings to him in hand paid by JOHN DURRET the receipt whereof he doth acknowledge hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JOHN DURRET all that parcell of land being part of a Pattent granted unto LARKIN CHEW bareing date June the fourth one thousand seven hundred and twenty two and by said CHEW sold to JOSEPH BROCK and bounded; Beginning at a small white Oak and Hickory saplins in a valley, thence North fourteen degrees East one hundred and sixty poles crossing two small Branches to a Pine on a hill side, thence South seventy six degrees East two hundred poles to a white Oake by a grassey glade thence South fourteen degrees West two hundred poles to the place it first began containing two hundred acres of land according to the exprest bounds thereof; To have and to hold the two hundred acres of land with houses buildings fences and all the premises to JOHN DURRET his assigns from the day before the date hereof dureing the term of one whole year paying therefore the rent of one pepper corn at the Feast of Saint Michael the Archangel if the same be lawfully demanded to the intent that by virtue hereof and the Statute for transferring uses into possession JOHN DURRET may be in actuall possession of the premises and be thereby enabled to take a release of the inheritance thereof to him and his heirs, In Wittness whereof JOSEPH BROCK hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written
    Signed sealed and delivered in presents of
    LARKIN CHEW JOSEPH BROCK
    JOHN WEBLEY
    WILLIAM his mark LOGAN
    At a Court held for Spotsylvania County on Tuesday July the fourth 1727 JOSEPH BROCK acknowledged this his Deed of Lease for land unto JOHN DURRET at whose motion the same was admitted to Record
    Test JOHN WALLER, Clk Cur
    ===
    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    July 6, 1736. Joseph Brock of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., Gent., to John Durett of sd. county and parish, planter. 64 a. in Par. and County afsd. part of pat. granted Larkin Chew, decd., June 4, 1722, and conveyed sd. Brock, as by Deeds, etc. Witness: Wm. Waller. July 6, 1736.
    === land mentioned
    Magazine of Virginia Genealogy Vol 25 1987, No. 2; Page 65
    Virginia Land Patent Book 18
    Henry Willis of Spotsylvania County, Gent, 3563 acres in Orange County on Goard Vine River and on the South side of the South branch of the said River bounded by William Smith, Thomson's lower Ford, the Giants Castle, William Green, John Durrett; land is part of 15,000 acres formerly granted to Gawin Corbin 6 June 1722 and from him granted to the said Henry Willis 21 August 1734. 12l September 1738
    ===
    ===
    Magazine of Virginia Genealogy Vol 25 1987, No. 3; Page 63
    Virginia Land Patent Book 18
    John Durrett, 400 acres in Spotsylvania County on the South side of the river TA, a branch of Mattapony River bounded by Mr. Joseph Brock, upper side of Black Rock Swamp and Mr. Fantleroy's Quarter.. 29 June 1739
    ===
    1742 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 8; [John Frederick Dorman]; Pages 222-27.
    22-23 Sept. 1742. John Dirrett and Mary his wife of St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, to Walter Butler of St. Mark's Parish, Orange County. Lease and release; for £20 current money 200 acres in Mark's Parish in the great fork of Rappahannock River, being the one half of a tract granted to John Dirrett by patin 28 Sept. 1732 ... on a small ridge between two small branches of Muddy Run ...
    John Durret
    Mary (M) Durret
    23 Sept. 1742. Acknowledged by John Dirret and Mary his wife.

    ===
    1749-1753 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book A; [John Frederick Dorman]; Pages. 437-39.
    14 Nov. 1751. John Durrett of Spotsylvania County and Mary his wife to Philip Clayton of Culpeper County.
    For £40 current money. 390 acres in the Great fork of Rappahannock River being the contents of a patent granted to John Durrett 5 Aug. 1731 ... on a branch at the foot of Muddy Run Mountain ... up Muddy Run Mountain ... on the top of the mountain ... top of a ridge, to John Asher Shaw's line ...
    John Durrett
    Mary Durrett
    Wit: Moses (MD) Downer, Uriah Garton Junr., Richard Durrett.
    22 Nov. 1751. Proved by Richard Durrett.
    18 June 1752. Proved by Uriah Garton.
    28 Sept. 1752. Proved by Moses Downer.
    ===
    1757-1762 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book C; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 92-94.
    18 May 1757. John Durrett of Spotsylvania County to John Herndon of same. For £7 current money. 200 acres being part of a tract granted to John Durrett by pattent 28 Sept. 1732, the other part being formerly sold by Durrett to Waller Butler ... by a branch of Muddy Run at the foot of Muddy Run Mountain.
    John Durrett
    Wit: Wm. Bartlett, Ed. Herndon Junr., Joseph Herndon.
    19 May 1757. Proved by Edward Herndon Jr. and Wm. Bartlett.
    16 Feb. 1758. Proved by Joseph Herndon.
    ===
    1757-1762 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book C; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 144-46.
    20 July 1758. John Herndon of Spotsylvania County to Thomas Graves of Culpeper County. For £14 current money. 200 acres in Brumfield Parish, part of a tract granted to John Durrett by patent 28 Sept. 1732. The other part was sold and conveyed by Durrett to Walter Butler. The said premises was by John Durrett sold and conveyed to John Hendon 18 May 1757 ... on a branch of Muddy Run at the foot of Muddy Run Mountain ...
    John Herndon
    20 July 1758. Acknowledged by John.
    ===
    ===
    1728-1732 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 14; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 24
    JOHN DIRRET. 390 acs, (N. L.), Spotsvlv. Co., in St. George's Par; in the Gr, Fork of Rappa. .Riv; on a br. at the foot of Muddy Run Mountain; on John Asher, (?) Shaw's line, &c; 25 Aug. 1731, p. 251. 40 Shill.

    http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=251&last=&g_p=P14&c ollection=LO Patent
    Title Dirret, John.
    Publication 25 August 1731.
    Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
    Note Location: Spotsylvania County.
    Description: 390 acres in the Great Fork of the Rappahannock river; beginning and extending on a branch at the foot of Muddy Run Mountain.
    Source: Land Office Patents No. 14, 1728-1732 (pt.1 & 2), p. 251 (Reel 11).
    ===
    1728-1732 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 14; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 48
    JOHN DIRRETT, 400 acs. (N. L.), Spotsylv. Co., in St. Mark's Par; in the gr. fork of Rappa. Riv; by br. of Muddy Run at foot of Muddy Run Mt; &c; 28 Sept. 1732, p. 530. 40 Shill.
    http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=530&last=&g_p=P14&c ollection=LO Patent
    ===
    Name: John Durret
    Date: 6 Oct 1740
    Location: Spotsylvania CO., VA
    Property: 250 a. in Spts. Co.
    Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.
    Remarks: Joseph Brock of St. Ge. Par., Spts. Co., Gent., and Mary, his wife, to Thomas West of sd. Par. and Co. 21 1s. 6d. 250 a. in Spts. Co. Oct. 7, 1740.
    Description: Witness
    Book_Date: C
    ===
    http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=76&last=&g_p=GG&col lection=NN Grant
    Title Clayton, Philip.
    Publication 25 June 1748.
    Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
    Note Location: Orange County.
    Description: 600 acres in the Great Fork of Rappahannock River adjoining John Derret, Henry Willis, Bryan and Wm H. Fairfax.
    Source: Northern Neck Grants G, p. 76 (Reel 292).

    John married Mary MNU Durrett in St. George's County, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Mary died after 1752 in St. George's County, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 13.  Mary MNU Durrett died after 1752 in St. George's County, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    ===
    1742 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 8; [John Frederick Dorman]; Pages 222-27.
    22-23 Sept. 1742. John Dirrett and Mary his wife of St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, to Walter Butler of St. Mark's Parish, Orange County. Lease and release; for £20 current money 200 acres in Mark's Parish in the great fork of Rappahannock River, being the one half of a tract granted to John Dirrett by patin 28 Sept. 1732 ... on a small ridge between two small branches of Muddy Run ...
    John Durret
    Mary (M) Durret
    23 Sept. 1742. Acknowledged by John Dirret and Mary his wife.

    Children:
    1. Robert Durrett was born about 1702 in St. George's County, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died on 1 Jul 1765 in 'Kemp Place' St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    2. 6. John Durrett was born about 1706 in St. George's County, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died on 16 Feb 1775 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate.
    3. Richard Durrett was born on 7 Jan 1712 in Caroline County, Virginia; died on 4 Jul 1768 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate.

  3. 14.  Henry Goodloe was born in 1674 in Middlesex County, Virginia (son of George Goodloe and Mary MNU Goodloe); died on 2 May 1749 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate.

    Notes:

    ===
    1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    GOODLOE, HENRY, St. George's Parish, d. Nov. 25, 1748, p. May 2, 1749. Wit. John Minor, Diana Goodloe, John Wallace Summers. Ex. Robert Durrett, Robert Goodloe. Leg. wife Elizabeth; son Robert; daughter Elizabeth, wife of Robert Durrett; granddaughter Elizabeth Maulden; daughter Jane, wife of John Maulden; daughter Katherine, wife of John Durrett. (Page 496)
    === sec
    1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A, Administration Bonds; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    £100 Catherine Rice, admx. of William Rice, decd., with Henry Goodloe and John Smith, sec. Sept. 3, 1734.
    ===
    1749-1750 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 507
    Spotsylvania County Court 2d of May 1749
    - The Last Will and Testament of HENRY GOODLOE, Gent., deceased, being exhibitted and sworn to in Court by ROBERT GOODLOE, one of the Executors therein named, ROBERT DURRETT, the other Executor having refused to accept the Executorship, and the same was proved by the Oath of JOHN MINOR, Gent., one of the witnesses to the said Will, whereupon Certificate in due form is granted him for obtaining Letters of Probate and it is ordered that JOHN CRANE, JOHN PARISH, SENR., THOMAS COLEMAN and JOHN CARTER or any three of them being first sworn before some Majestrate of this County, do appraise all the Decedent's Estate as shall be shewn them by the Executor and that they do set apart the Widow's Thirds of the slaves belonging to the said Estate, she having signified from under her hand that she would not abide by the Decedents Will and that they return their proceedings to the next Court
    ===
    http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cgoodloe&id=I39640

    -Carla Goodloe

    Lived in Spotsylvania County, Virginia after 1720 but came from Middlesex County, Virginia.

    Chapter II of The Goodloe Book; contains a will of Henry, land holdings (1700-1741), and children as recorded in 1899 books of Judge John Duncan Goodloe, Sr. of White's Station, Kentucky. Will dated 25 Nov 1748. 2 May 1749 admitted to record. Widow renounced provisions making son Robert, executor. (Will Book A 1722-1749; p. 496)

    Plantation minus slaves stayed in the hands of the Goodloes (Philip Carroll Goodloe, last owner) until 1910 when a Durrett bought it. Two of Henry's daughters married Durrett brothers so technically it was still in the family though indirectly. Philip sold and moved to Fredericksburg, Virginia in order to provide better schooling for his children. Philip's descendents were still in Fredericksburg, Virginia in 1977 and the owner of the plantation home was Richard T. Young at this time. Paul M Goodloe visited the old plantation 1 May 1977.

    Information also recorded by Judge John Duncan Goodloe, Sr in 1899 notebooks, White's Station , Kentucky.

    Henry's daughters are in Goodloe Book Chapter VI.

    LDS data indicates death date as 25 Nov 1748 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Unsure where April 1749 comes from.
    ===
    June 3, 1735. Henry Goodloe of Spts. Co. to Mark Wheeler, of county afsd. 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. County, on branches of North fork of South River, etc. John Minor, Robert Stubblefield, Robert Goodloe, George Goodloe. June 3, 1735.
    ===
    1722-1725 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book A; [Antient Press]; Page 52,
    THIS INDENTURE made the Third day of August in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty three; Between HENRY GOODLOE, late of the County of MIDDLESEX and now of the County of Spotsylvania and Parish of Saint George. Gent. of one part and MARK WHEELER of the County of Spotsylvania of the other part; Witnesseth that HENRY GOODLOE in consideration of the sum of five shillings to him in hand paid by MARK WHEELER the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto MARK WHEELER all that parcell of land being part of a Survey made for HENRY GOODLOE for eighteen hundred acres of land and lying in the County of Spotsylvania and bounded; Begining at two white Oaks on the side of a Hill corner to the said GOODLOE, thence North fourty five degrees East sixty poles to two red Oak saplins on the side of a Hill in GOODLOE's line, thence South twenty seven degrees East one hundred and eighty eight poles to a red Oak on the East side of a Ridge in GOODLOE's cross line, thence South fourty degrees West one hundred and twenty five poles to a small white Oak on the North side of a small Branch, thence North one hundred and fourty poles to the place it first began containing one hundred acres of land according to the express bound thereof; To have and to hold the one hundred acres of land dureing the term of one year paying therefore the rent of one pepper corn at the Feast of Saint Michael the Arch Angel if the same be lawfully demanded to the intent that by vertue of these presents and the Statute for transerring uses into possession MARK WHEELER may be in actual possession and thereby enabled to accept a grant of the reversion and inheritance thereof to him and his heirs; In Witness whereof HENRY GOODLOE hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first within written
    Signed sealed and delivered in presents of us
    THOMAS CHEW HENRY GOODLOE
    JOHN CHEW
    ROBERT his mark EVENES
    ===
    1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; {Antient Press}: Page 28
    Spotsylvania County Court 3d of November 1724
    Wee of the Grand Jury of our Sovereign Lord the King and the body of this County do present JOHN HULUCK for absenting him selfe from devine Service Likewise ALEXR. CAMMELL and AGNIS his Wife; THOMAS JONES, MARY BURBRIDGE, Capt LEONARD HELMS and ELIZABETH his Wife; WILLIAM ROBERTS & ELIZABETH his Wife, MERIDETH HELMS and ANN his Wife; WILLIAM PERRY & ELIZABETH his Wife,
    GEORGE PURVIS, JANE SPARKES, HENRY GOODLOE Gent., ROBERT SPOTSWOOD, WILLIAM PEARL for the same Offence
    ===
    1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; {Antient Press}: Page 41
    Spotsylvania County Court 2d of March 1724/5
    - On Petition of HENRY GOODLOE Gentn. in behalfe of himselfe & others for a Road to be laid out & cleared from his hous to the NEW CHURCH that is built on the RIVER TA, ordered that WILLIAM WEST, THOMAS WARREN and MARK WHEELER or any two of them do lay out a Road to the said CHURCH the most convenient for the Petitioners & least prejudicial to the proprietors of the land through which the said Road will run, and make return of their proceedings to the next Court
    ===
    1730-1732 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 35
    Spotsylvania County Court 4th of May 1731
    - HENRY GOODLOE Gent. is appointed and desired to take the List of Tithables from the RIVER TA to NORTHANNA from the County Line to the Parish Line this present year
    ===
    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    March 17, 1735. Henry Goodloe of Spts. Co. to Augustine Owen of county afsd. 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. George Goodloe, Robert Durret, John Buford. April 6, 1736.
    ===
    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    Henry Goodloe of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to his daughter Elizabeth, now the wife of Robert Durret, Deed of Gift. 190 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. David Kinkead, Jno. Hobson, Wm. Waller. June 1, 1736.
    ===
    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    June 3, 1735. Henry Goodloe of Spts. Co. to Mark Wheeler, of county afsd. 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., on branches of North fork of South River, etc. John Minor, Robert Stubblefield, Robert Goodloe, George Goodloe. June 3, 1735.
    ===
    Magazine of Virginia Genealogy Vol 25 1987, No. 2; Page 63
    Virginia Land Patent Book 18
    Henry Goodloe, 303 acres in Spotsylvania County among the branches of the North Fork of the South Fork of the South River, bounded by Mr. Baylor, the said Goodloe in Col. Robinson's line and Langford. For importation of six persons; Samuel Newball, Patrick Bolen, Thomas Moore, William Morrison, Robert Brown and John Wigglesworth. 12 September 1738
    ===
    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    July 1, 1740. Henry Goodloe and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Goodloe, of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to John Scandland Crane of St. Stephen's Par., King and Queen Co. £72 curr. 554 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. David x Ramsey, Elizabeth x Durret, Aniclina x Series ( ?). Augt. 5, 1740.
    ===
    1742-1751 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book D; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    May 4, 1747. Henry Goodloe of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., Gent., to his son, Robt. Goodloe of same Par. and Co., planter. Deed of Gift. 150 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a pat. granted sd. Henry, May 21, 1726. George Eastham, John Spalding. May 5, 1747.
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    1742-1751 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book D; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    April 30, 1747. Henry Goodloe of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to Thomas Coats of St. Margaret's Par., Caroline Co. £37 curr. 303 a. in Spts. Co. Robert Stubblefield, John Crane, Richard Stubblefield. May 5, 1747.

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    1695-1706 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 9; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 36
    HENRY GOODLOE, 321 acs., K. & Q. Co; on head brs. of Assatisins Swamp; adj. Robert Hill; & land of William Rogers; 24 Apr. 1700, p. 262. Granted Henry Biggs, 10 July 1680, deserted, & now granted by order, &c. Imp. of 7 pers: Eliza. Legg, Robert Ells, Daniell Foster, Dennis Melony, Penelope Lockheart.
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    1710-1719 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 10; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 92
    HENRY GOODLOE, of Middlesex Co; 400 acs. (N. L.), King Wm. Co., in St. John's Par; on both sides the Stony Lick Run; 12 July 1718, p. 383. 40 Shill.
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    1724-1726 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 12; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 21
    HENRY GOODLOE, 472 acs. (N. L.), King Wm, Co; in St. Margaret' Par; beg, on E. side of Stony Lick Run; near his house; on Rogers' line; to Ellis' corner; 13 May 1725, p. 214. 50 Shill.

    http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=214&last=&g_p=P12&c ollection=LO Patent
    Author
    Goodloe, Henry. grantee.
    Title
    Land grant 13 May 1725.
    Summary
    Location: King William County.
    Description: 472 acres in St. Margarets Parish adjoining the land of Rogers, Ellis and others.
    Source: Land Office Patents No. 12, 1724-1726, p. 214 (Reel 11).
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    1724-1726 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 12; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 35
    HENRY GOODLOE, 400 acs. (N. L.), Spotsyl. Co; on both sides the S. fork of the N. fork of the South River; adj. his own lands; 21 May 1726, p. 369
    SAME 400 acs. (N, L.); same location, date, & page. In St. George's Par; beg. at Mr. John' Rogers; & adj. his own land.
    SAME. 200 acs. (N. L.) ; same location, & date, page 370.

    http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=369&last=&g_p=P12&c ollection=LO Patent
    Author
    Goodloe, Henry. grantee.
    Title
    Land grant 21 May 1726.
    Summary
    Location: Spotsylvania County.
    Description: 400 acres on both sides one of the forks of the north fork of the South River, on the back of John Rogers’ back line.
    Source: Land Office Patents No. 12, 1724-1726, p. 369 (Reel 11).

    Henry married Elizabeth MNU Goodloe about 1699 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia. Elizabeth was born in 1678 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 3 Dec 1751 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 15.  Elizabeth MNU Goodloe was born in 1678 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 3 Dec 1751 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Notes:

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    1749-1759 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book B; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    GOODLOE, ELIZABETH, widow and relict of Henry Goodloe, Spotsylvania County, d. Feb. 25, 1750, p. Dec. 3, 1751. Wit. Henry Johnson, Elizabeth Maulden. Ex. Robert Goodloe. Leg. granddaughter, Elizabeth Maulden; son, Robert Goodloe. (Page 87)
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    Margaret Email mlgd2004@yahoo.com
    July 2 2007

    Note:
    Researchers need to be aware that no documentation has come forth to prove that Weeks was Elizabeth Goodloe's surname.

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    texts
    The genealogy of the Rucker family by Rucker, LauraLee Bush, 1884-
    https://archive.org/details/genealogyofrucke00ruck/page/64/mode/2up

    This source says she was Elizabeth Todd

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    1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    GOODLOE, HENRY, St. George's Parish, d. Nov. 25, 1748, p. May 2, 1749. Wit. John Minor, Diana Goodloe, John Wallace Summers. Ex. Robert Durrett, Robert Goodloe. Leg. wife Elizabeth; son Robert; daughter Elizabeth, wife of Robert Durrett; granddaughter Elizabeth Maulden; daughter Jane, wife of John Maulden; daughter Katherine, wife of John Durrett. (Page 496)
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    1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
    July 1, 1740. Henry Goodloe and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Goodloe, of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to John Scandland Crane of St. Stephen's Par., King and Queen Co. £72 curr. 554 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. David x Ramsey, Elizabeth x Durret, Aniclina x Series ( ?). Augt. 5, 1740.

    Children:
    1. Mary Goodloe was born in 1700 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 21 Feb 1734 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia.
    2. George Goodloe was born on 23 Jan 1702 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 11 Dec 1741 in St. Margaret's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia.
    3. Henry Goodloe was born on 2 Apr 1704 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 13 Mar 1715 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia.
    4. Elizabeth Goodloe was born on 22 Sep 1706 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 20 Apr 1783 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate.
    5. Jane Goodloe was born on 8 May 1709 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died after 1751 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    6. Robert Goodloe was born on 27 May 1711 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 5 Nov 1790 in Berkeley Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
    7. Anne Goodloe was born on 7 Mar 1713 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died on 7 Sep 1722 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia.
    8. Avarilla Goodloe was born on 20 Jun 1716 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died between 1748 and 1749 in Orange County, Virginia.
    9. 7. Catherine Goodloe was born on 1 May 1720 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia; died before 1775 in St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.