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*VA County Court Records; Order Book Abstracts of Essex Co. VA 1699-1702; Essex Co Courts from 10 Aug 1699-11 Aug 1702 by R & S Sparacio. p. 21 (p. 24) Essex Co Court 13 Nov 1699; ....By Consent its ordered that ye suit between James Conner agt. Rand. Bird be heard at next Court.

VA Colonial Abstracts by Beverly Fleet p. 295; Fragment of Deed Austin to Jones 1722; p. 36; Fragment of Deed; 1 Apr. 1722; Tho Austin of King & Queen sells Jacob Jones & James Conner .... 125 acres in King Wm. Co. Signatures burned away.

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1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press}:

1 Sep 1724. p. 11. In the suit in Chancery between John Bush Complaint & JAMES CONNER Respondt., the Defendt. put in a rejoynder to Complainants replication and is given the Complainant to consider the same.

1 Sep 1724. p. 14. In the action of the Case brought by William Skrine Plt. against JAMES CONNER Defendt., there being no declaration filed & entered, att the Defendants motion a non suit is granted with costs.

6 Oct 1724. p. 18. In the action of the Debt brouoght by Ambrose Madison Plt. against JAMES CONNER Defendant, the suit is continued to the next Court at the Plantiff's cost.

6 Oct 1724. p. 19. In the action of Debt brought by Issac Tunny Plt. against JAMES CONNER Defendt., the same is continued to the nex court at the sd. Defendts. costs.

7 Oct 1724. p. 21. In the suit of Chancery depending Between John Bush Complainant and JAMES CONNER Respondt., the Complt., put in a Demurrer which the Respondt. craved time to answer which was granted.

3 Nov 1724. p. 29. JAMES CONNER in behalfe of Mr. James Elliot informed the Court that by mistake listed Michell a Malletto boy yt. was under 5 yrs. of age of ye sd. Elliott & desired to be releived in that case: Orderedf that the Sheriffe do pay and allowe him out of ye faraction yt. is due to the County.

3 Nov 1724. p. 31. In the action of Debt brought by Ambrose Madison Plt. against JAMES CONNER Defendt., the same is continued att the Defendants cost. -In the action of Debt brought by Isaac Tunney Plt. against JAMES CONNER Defendt., the same is continued att the Defendants cost.

3 Nov 1724. p. 32. In the Suit in Chancery brought by John Bush Plt. against JAMES CONNER Defendant, the Plantife haveing put in a demurer to ye Defendants rejoynder ye last Court and offering to put in a new plea to the demurrer the same was objected against p the Plaintife and referred to the Courts Judgment, who after haveing heard all arguements on each side are of the opinion that the Defendant ought joyn the Plantifes demurer from which Judgment the Defendant appealed to Eighth day of the Generall Court next which was granted, he haveing entered into bond with Goodrich Lightfoot, Gentn. his securety & acknowledged the same in Court.

4 Nov 1724. p. 35. In the action of the Case brought by William ( ) Plt. agt JAMES CONNER Defendt. the Defendaant haaveing formerly in this suit obtained a nonsuit against the Plantife& insisted to have the same paid him att the bar before he was oblidged to answer the suit, which the Plantife failing to do, Therefore ordered that the sd suit be dismist with costs.

2 Mar 1724/5 Continued. p. 41. In the action of Debt brought by Ambrose Madison Plt. against JAMES CONNER Defendt., for two thousand pounds of tobo damages issue being joyned & put to Jury for tryall who after being sworn and heard all Note: evedences and arguements of each side and received their charge from the Court retired, and after some time returned and brought in their Verdict Vizt. (Wee of the jury find for the Defendant. Samuell Loyde, Foreman) which verdict att the Note: Defendants motion was admitted to record and ordered that suit be dismist with costs.

2 Mar 1724/5 continued. p. 42. On Petition of Stephen Sharp he is allowed for four days attendance as was summoned an evedence for Mr. Ambrose Madison against JAMES CONNER, its therefore ordered that said Madison pay unto said Sharp for the alias Exo.-- On Petition of Thomas Prince he is allowed for two days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Mr. Ambrose Madison agt JAMES CONNER and for thirty miles comeing & thirty miles returning, Therefore ordered said Madison do pay unto said Prince for ye same alias Exo.

2 Mar 1724/5 continued. p. 42. On Petition of Stephen Sharp he is allowed for four days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Mr. Ambrose Madison against JAMES CONNER its therefore ordered that said Madison pay unto said Sharp for the same alias Exo.- - On Petition of Thomas Prince he is allowed for two days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Mr. Ambrose Madison agt. JAMES CONNER and for thirty miles comeing & thirty miles returning, Therefore ordered said Madison do pay unto said Prince for ye same alias Exo.-- On Petition of Charles Goodall he is allowed for four days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Isaac Tunney against JAMES CONNER and for comeing forty miles & returning forty miles two times. -- On Petition of James Cox, he is allowed for six days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Isaac Tunney agt James Conner and for comeing eighty miles and returning eighty miles three times. It is therefore ordered that said Isaac Tunney do pay unto said James Cox the same alias Exo.

2 Mar 1724/5 continued. p. 43. On Petition of Thomas Dillen he is allowed for four days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Isaac Tunney agt. JAMES CONNER and for coming thirty miles two times, Its therefore ordered said Isaac Tunney do pay unto said Thomas Dillen the same alias Exo.--On Petition of John Hullock he allowed for six days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Isaac Tunney against JAMES CONNER, Its therefore ordered that Isaac Tunney do pay John Hullock the same alias Exo. --on the Petition of Michell Guinney he is allowed for six days attendance as he was summoned an evedence for Isaac Tunney against JAMES CONNER and for comeing twenty eight miles and returning twenty-eight miles three times. Its therefore ordered that said Tunney do pay unto said Guinney the same alias Exo. --On Petition of William Thompson of King George County he is allowed for five days attendance and for coming twelve miles & twelve miles returning three times as he was summoned and evedence for Isaac Tunney against JAMES CONNER, Its Therefore ordered that said Tunney do pay unto William Thompson the same alias Exo.

6 Apr 1725. p. no page given. On Petition of James Kenny he haveing made oath that he attended as an evedence summed for Mr. Ambrose Madison against JAMES CONNER four days, Ordered he be allowed for the same. Its therefore ordered that he Note: said Madison do pay unto sd. Kenny the same alias Exo.

1 Jun 1725... On the appeall returned from the General Court of Isaiah Sellers by Larkin Chew Gent. His grardian and next Friend agt JAMES CONNER the deft appeared and offered a pleas which was received and time given to the Plantite to consider the same 1 Jun 1725... In the action of Debt brought by Isaac Tunney plt agt JAMES CONNNER defendt having assighned errors for Stay of Judgment last court which was referrred to this court for argument, who after haveing heard all arguements on eac side aroe of oppinion that the errors assighned are good, Therefore ordered that the suit be dismist with costs & that ye Plantife do pay the Def ye same alias Exo.

1 Jun 1725...In the action of the Case brought by JAMES CONNER plt agt Wm. Watters Deft. for 528 lbs. of tobo... suit is ordered to be dismist.

3 Jun 1725...In the action of the Case of Trepass Assault & Battery brought by Wm. Watters Plt agt JAMES CONNER deft....motion of Iparlance is granted James Conner.

7 Sep 1725...In the action of Detinue brought by Isaiah Sellers plt Larkin Chew Gent. his guardian and next friend agt. JAMES CONNER deft.....suit is continued next court.

7 Sep 1725...In the action of Trespass & Assult brought by Wm. Watters Plt agt. JAMES CONNER deft....suit referred to next court.

6 Oct 1725...In the action of Detinue brought by Isaiah Sellers by Larkin Chew Gent. his guardian agt. JAMES CONNER deft. ...suit referred to next court. *(Because of these 2 records we can pretty well say that James Conner died between 6 Oct. 1725 and 2 Nov 1725!!)

2 Nov 1725...In the action of trespass & Assult brought by Wm. WAtters plt agt JAMES CONNER deft.(the deft. being dead) ordered suit dismist.

5 Jul 1727...In action of debt brought by plt. MARGARET CONNER, executrix of James Conner plt. agt. Andrew Harrison deft. att whose motion oyer is granted him.

2 Aug 1727... Action of Debt brought plt. MARGARET CONNER Exx of JAMES CONNER deced plt. agt. Andrew Harrison deft. ....suit referred to next court.

5 Sep 1727..WM. CONNER on a jury. ( *This is probably the son of James & Margaret Conner)

6 Sep 1727.. In action of debt by MARGARAET CONNERr exx of JAMES CONNNER dec'd. plt. agt. Andrew Harrison deft. for 600 lbs. tobo....ordered that deft. pay plt the same alias Exo. Note: 6 Sep 1727..WM. CONNER on a jury.

6 Mar 1727/8.. In action of debt brought by MARGARET CONNER, Exx of John (?) (James?) CONNOR, dec'd plt agst Wm. Thompson ... deft. being dead suit dismist. Note: 4 Jun 1728.. MARGARETT CONNER Exo vs Andrew Harrison for 600 lbs. tobo & 247 costs...

7 Aug 1728..In the action of the case brought plt. Henry Goodloe Gent. agt. Henry Dillen deft. with MARGARET CONNER being Henry Dillen's security.

4 Sep 1728..In the action the case brought by Henry Goodloe Gent. Plt. agt. Henry Dillen Deft... Ordered that Henry Dillen & MARGARET CONNER his securety do pay...the same alias Exo.

13 Jul 1732; p. 15; Caroline Co Order Book Part one 1732-1734 (Dorman, 1965); Action on the case Thomas Carr Jr. against MARGARET CONNER; Continued for the matter of law to argued
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749
28 June 1745, O.S. p. 371
Ordered that James Strother John Witheral Elmer George William Strother Thomas Wright John Thompson Clerk John Wright Phillip Clayton Gent and James Pendleton Gent or their respective hands do Attend Francis Strother Overseer of the Road from the upper end of Mountpony to William Johnstons and Obey his directions in clearing the said road and that John Carter [name obliterated] Richard Wright and the hands at the Glebe Capt. Ball.s Mr. Hackley James Conner Francis Ballenger John Butler Edward Ballenger Charles Morgan Bryant Thornhill Alexander McMillion John Hitch Thomas Yates or their respective hands do attend William Johnston Overseer of the Road from the said William Johnstons to the Main Road and Obey his directions clearing the same and that the said Francis Strother and William Johnston do keep their said Roads in Repair and set up Posts of Direction where Necessary 
Conner, James (I81351)
 
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11 OCT 1822 
Family F17801
 
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1710-1717 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber F, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 9: Indenture, 16 Oct 1709
From: John Deakins, planter of Prince George's County, and Mary his wife
To: John Bradford, merchant of Prince George's County
For £8 a parcel of land called Seaman's Delight; 100 acres of His Lordships Manor of Zachiah in Prince George's County; now called As Good As Any lying in Prince George's County
Signed: John Deakins
Witnessed: Robert Orme, James Wapple (mark), William Joseph
Memo: 16 Oct 1710 Mary Deakins wife of John acknowledged deed before Robert Bradley
Alienation: John Bradford paid 4s for 100 acres
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1710-1717 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber F, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 48:
Indenture, 29 Oct 1710
From: John Deakin, carpenter of Prince George's County
To: Josiah Willson of Prince George's County
For 50£two parcels totalling 132 acres; 100 acres part of a tract called Mount Calvert Manor on the west side of the Patuxent in the freshes near Charles Branch; bounded by Christopher Beane's land called Brooke Ridge Manor; for 87 years the purchaser or his heirs will on the 25 day of December pay to the seller two ears of Indian Corn
Signed: John Deakins (seal)
Witnessed: John Wall, Rich. Groome
Memo: Mary Deakins examined outside the hearing of her husband by Robert Bradley Alienation: 27 Mar 1711 Major Josiah Willson paid 2e/8p for 132 acres of land 
Deakins, Mary MNU (I44469)
 
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1715-1716 Order Book Richmond Co Va, pg 28
Richmond County Orders 1st of August 1716
- HOPPER's Power of Attorney to THORNTON proved HOPPER's ack to MARR
A Power of Attorney from JOHN HOPPER to WILLIAM THORNTON was this day proved in open Court by the Oaths of WILLIAM RUSSELL and ALEXANDER BEACH, witnesses thereto and admitted to Record, and by vertue thereof, WILLIAM THORNTON acknowledged JOHN HOPPER's Bond unto JOHN MARR, which was also admitted to Record 
Marr, John (I115593)
 
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1739-1743 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Y, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 282.
May 11, 1741 from Francis Collier of PG, planter, son and heir of Charles Collier of PG, decd, which sd Charles Collier was heir at law to Francis Collier of PG, Gent., his uncle, decd, to James Edmonston of PG, Gent. Whereas by deed dated Mar 27, 1714 between Benjamin Dowglass of Charles County, planter, grandson & heir at law of John Dowglass, late of the same county, Gent., of the one part, and the sd Francis Collier (the uncle of the sd Charles Collier, which sd Charles Collier was father to the now Francis Collier, party to these presents), by which deed it was recited that whereas the sd John Dowglass, in his lifetime, was seized of a parcel of land lying in the Freshes of Petuxent River in PG called Cold Spring Manor, containing 1050 acres & by his will dated Dec 14, 1678, devised to his son, John Dowglass, father to the sd Benjamin, 550 acres of land, being part of Cold Spring Manor, when he arrived at age 21, with all the privileges belonging to the Lord of a Manor and to his hetrs, which parcel of 550 acres the sd John Dowglass, father of the sd Benjamin Dowglass, by his PG deed, sold to sd Francis Collier, and whereas likewise, by PG deed dated May 27, 1701 between Joseph Dowglass of Charles County, Gent., of the one part, and the afd Francis Collier decd of the other part, sd Joseph Dowglass sold to sd Francis Collier, part of a tract of land containing 1050 acres of land called Cold Spring Manor, formerly granted to Capt Josias Fendall, bounded by a parcel of land that John Dowglass sold to sd Collier standing on the brow of a hill between the two branches of Fendalls Fresh, containing 100 acres. Now this deed witnesses that the sd Francis Collier, party to these presents, for 30 E, sells to sd James Edmonston, all the sd tract of land containing 550 acres, and all that other tract of land containing 100 acres. Signed - Francis Collier. Wit - Thos Dawson, James Kendall, Thos Owen*, Jno Hawkins Jr*. Received of Mr. James Edmonston (by the hands of Mr. John Hawkins Jr), the alienation fine. Recorded May 20, 1741.
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1767-1769 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber BB 2 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 338. At the request of John Clagett s/o Edward the following Deed was recorded December 10, 1768
Indenture made December 6, 1768; John Clagett s/o Edward in consideration of 30 pounds sterling and 5 pounds current money of Maryland paid by John Clagett as also for diverse other good causes and considerations him thereunto moving has sold part of a tract called "Cool Spring Manor" whereon the said Evans now dwelleth containing 60 acres which was formerly sold to the said John Evans grandfather John Evans by Guy White beginning at a bounded white oak the northernmost corner tree of 50 acres of land the said Evans bought of Mr. Francis Collier and intersecting the line of 100 acres of land that Francis Collier bought last of Joseph Douglass. Signed John Evans in the presence of and acknowledged before David Craufurd, Alexander Symmer and at the same time Catherine Evans wife of John Evans relinquished her right of dower

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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg 107-108:CharlesBuseyrecorded 22 Nov 1749; made21Nov. Francis Collier of FC planter for 25 pounds, sells tract called "Cool Spring Manor," M&B given, on south side ofMonocasy, containing 50 acres more or less, Signed Francis Collier, in presence of Edward Busey signed by mark B. and Pearre. Receipt acknowledged before William Griffith, Jno Rawlins. 2 shillings sterling alienation fine received by John Darnall.
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 427-429. Stephen Newton Chiswell recorded 5 Aug. 1751, made 15 June 1751, between Francis Collier of FC, planter; for 6 pounds 6'shillings, sells tract called "What you Will" on the east side of Broad Run, into Potomac, near the head of said run; M&B given, 50 acres; signed Francis Collier before John Darnall, William Darnall. Deed ack., Rachel wife of Francis Collier examined apart released dower. receipt and AF recorded. 
Collier, Francis (I15275)
 
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1785-1787 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber HH [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 1. At the request of Elizabeth Brookes, Margaret Brookes & Ann Brookes the following Deed was enrolled October 24, 1785
Indenture made October 22, 1785; between Daniel Carroll, Esq. of Montgomery County, Maryland of one part and Elizabeth Brookes, Margaret Brookes and Ann Brookes of PGCo of the other part. Whereas Daniel Carroll by deed bearing date January 14, 1762 did convey unto John Weldon "Lot Number 20" in Upper Marlborough whereon he built a store as recorded in Liber RR Folio 187, but through a mistake in writing it should have been recorded as "Lot Number 29". And whereas John Weldon by deed bearing date November 3, 1766 did sell the aforesaid "Lot Number 29" to Charles Digges and recorded in Liber YY Folio 29. And whereas Frank Leeke and George Digges, Gentleman in virture of an act of assembly empowering them to expose by sale by way of public vendue to the highest bidder and William Digges did give the best and highest price of 201 pounds sterling money of Great Britain, did convey "Lot Number 29" to the said Digges by deed bearing date February 16, 1774 as also all the estate right and claim of Charles Digges lately deceased in the said lot as recorded in Liber BB No. 3, Folio 374. And Whereas William Digges did by deed bearing date November 2, 1778 did covey "Lot Number 29" to Henry Brookes as recorded in Liber CC No. 2, folio 559. And whereas Henry Brookes by deed bearing date February 23, 1779 did convey "Lot Number 29" unto the said Elizabeth Brookes, Margaret Brookes and Ann Brookes as recorded in Liber CC No. 2, folio 606. Now this indenture witnesseth that Daniel Carroll being desirous of correcting the error in the original deed and 5 shillings current money has made over to Elizabeth Brookes, Margaret Brookes and Ann Brookes the aforesaid "Lot Number 29". Signed Daniel Carroll in the presence of and acknowledged before David Craufurd, Samuel Hepburn 
Brookes, Martha (I105116)
 
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1791-1803 Culpeper County, Virginia Will Book D; [Sparacio]; Page 77-78
In Obedience to an Order of Culpeper Court we the Subscribers being first sworn have valued and appraised the slaves and personal Estate of STEPHEN THRELKELD decd as follows 3rd January 1793 .. items listed and valued to total 552 pounds 8/11 .. which includes five negroes appraised to 295 pounds „ also mentions balance due on Bond from SAML & PHIL. CLAYTON made by appraisers JOHN CAMP, THOMAS MORRISS, WILLIAM BROADDUS
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 21st day January 1793
This Inventory of the Estate of Stephen Threlkeld deced was returned into Court and ordered to be recorded.
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1785-1787 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book N; [Antient Press]; Page 331-333
THIS INDENTURE made this Fourth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty five Between JOHN CAMP & SARAH his Wife of the County of Culpeper of one part and STEPHEN THRELKELD of the County aforesaid of the other part; Witnesseth that the said JOHN CAMP and SARAH his Wife in consideration of Two hundred and fifty pounds Specie to them in hand paid, by these presents do bargain and sell unto STEPHEN THRELKELD one certain parcel of land lying in County on the Waters of MOUNTAIN RUN, containing Two hundred acres more or less and bounded, Begining at a Corner of ROBERT SPOTSWOODs (now GEORGE YATES's), at the Fork of the said MOUNTAIN & HUNGRY RUNs, thence with the said YATES's line No. 20 deg. Et, 60 poles to one white Oak, thence So. 72 deg. Wt, 46 poles to a white Oak in the said YATES's line, thence N. 15 deg. Et. 330 poles to three Pines, thence No, 65 deg. Et. to ROCEEY RUN, thence down the several meanders of the said Run to CLAYTENS MILL POND, thence up the Pond to MOUNTAIN RUN, thence up said Run to the begining, Together with all houses gardens orchards water courses profits commodities and appurtenances whatseover to the same belonging; and the reversions remainders rents issues and profits thereof; To have and to hold the said tract of land & premises with the appurtenances unto STEPHEN THRELKELD his heirs and JOHN CAMP and SARAH his Wife do hereby warrant and will defend the said tract of land and premises with all the appurtenances unto the said STEPHEN THRELKELD this heirs free from all Incum-brances and from the claims of every person; In Witness whereof the said JOHN CAMP and SARAH his Wife hath hereunto set their hands and seals the day & year first above written
Sealed and Delivered in presence of
SAM: CLAYTON, JAMES THRELKELD, JOHN CAMP
D. JAMESON JUNR., RD: Y. WIGGINTON SARAH CAMP
At a Court held for Culpeper County July 17th 1786
This Indenture of Bargain and Sale from JOHN CAMP and SARAH his Wife to STEPHEN THRELKELD was acknowedged by the said JOHN CAMP and ordered to be recorded
And at a Court held for the said County January 15th 1787, the said SARAH CAMP came into Court & acknowledged the said Deed, previous to which she was first privily examined as the Law directs
Teste JOHN JAMESON, Cl Cur
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1788-1789 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book O; [Antient Press]; Page 307-309
THIS INDENTURE made this 15th day of February in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & Ninety Between JOHN CAMP & SARAH his Wife of County of Culpeper of one part & STEPHEN THRELKELD of County aforesaid of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN CAMP & SARAH his Wife in consideration of the sum of Fifteen pounds current money to them in hand paid by STEPHEN THRELKELD, by these presents do bargain & sell unto STEPHEN THRELKELD his heirs a certain parcel of land lying in County aforesaid containing Seven acres more or less and bounded, begining at a corner between said CAMP & THRELKELD at the mouth of HUNGRY RUN, thence with said THRELKELDs line North twenty degrees East sixty poles to a white Oak, thence South seventy two degrees West forty six poles to a white Oak & Pine in said CAMPs line, corner to WATKINS, thence with said WATKINS Old Church Road to the begining; Together with the priviledges & advantages to said land belonging and rents issues and profits thereof; To have & to hold the land and premises with appurtenances unto STEPHEN THRELKELD his heirs, And JOHN CAMP & SARAH his Wife their heirs do hereby warrant & will forever defend the tract of land unto STEPHEN THRELKELD his heirs free & clear from the claims of every person; In Witness whereof said JOHN CAMP & SARAH his wife have hereunto set their hands & seals the day & year first above written
Signed Sealed & Delivered in presence of us
(no witnesses recorded) JOHN CAMP
SARAH CAMP
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 15th day of February 1790
This Indenture of Bargain & Sale from JOHN CAMP & SARAH his Wife to STEPHEN THRELKELD was acknowledged by the parties & ordered to be recorded; she being first privily examined as the Law directs Tests JOHN JAMESON, Cl Cur
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1790-1791 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book Q (Part 1); [Antient Press]; Page 129-132
THIS INDENTURE made the 15th day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety Between BENJAMIN THRELKELD & ANN his Wife of FREDERICK County and State of Virginia of one part and STEPHEN ROSZEL of County of LOUDON and State aforesaid of other part; Witnesseth that BENJAMIN THRELKELD and ANN his Wife in consideration of the sum of One hundred and Fifty pounds current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by STEPHEN ROSZEL, by these presents doth bargain & sell unto STEPHEN ROSZEL his heirs a certain tract of land lying in County of Culpeper that was located by HENRY THRELKELD and conveyed to JAMES BELANGER & and from said BELANGER to BENJAMIN THRELKELD as will appear among the Records of Culpeper County; Begining at a forked Chesnut & Chesnut Oak in the top of the BLUE RIDGE, corner to the land of DADE and runing thence leaving his line North ten East three hundred & eighty six poles to a young Locust, Chesnut Oak, two Chesnuts &a live Oak on the North side the said Ridge opposite to DICKEYs HILL, thence South eighty East one hundred & sixty poles to a Chesnut & three Hickories on the South side the BLUE RIDGE, thence South ten West four hundred & twenty eight poles to three Chesnuts in a Great Bottom called SASSAFRAS THICKETT, thence North sixty six West one hundred and sixty poles (viz.) twelve poles to DADEs Corner, the same Course continued one hundred & forty eight poles further to the begining; containing four hundred and five acres and all houses orchards profits & appurtenances to said premises belonging; To have & to hold the tract of land containing Four hundred & five acres and that the said premises shall remain and be free & clear from all incumbrances whatsoever; And BENJAMIN THRELKELD & ANN his Wife their heirs against every person shall warrant and forever defend by these presents; In Witness whereof the said BENJAMIN THREL-KELD & ANN his Wife hath hereunto set their hands and seals the day & year first above written
Sealed & Delivered in the presence of
WILL: BROADUS, BENJAMIN THRELKELD
STEPHEN THREUFLD ANN THRELKELD
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 16th day of May 1791
This Indenture of Bargain & Sale from BENJAMIN THRELKELD & ANN his Wife to STEPHEN ROSZEL was acknowledged & ordered to be recorded; the said ANN being first privily examined as the Law directs Tests JOHN JAMESON, Cl Cur
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1791-1792 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book Q (Part 2); [Antient Press]; Page 383-384
THIS INDENTURE made this 19th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety one Between JAMES WILLIAMS of County of Culpeper of one part and STEPHEN THRELKELD of County aforesaid of other part; Witnesseth that JAMES WILLIAMS in consideration of Eighty pounds current money to him in hand paid, by these presents doth bargain and sell unto STEPHEN THRELKELD all that tract of land whereon he now lives (being part of a larger tract purchased by JAMES WILLIAMS & deeded to him by EDWARD STEVENS and DAVID JAMESON, Gentlemen, Commissioners appointed by the High Court of Chancery to sell the aforesaid Land to satisfy ADAM HUNTER & ABNER VERNON, Executors of JAMES HUNTER, deceased, all which will appear by reference to said Deed recorded in the County Court of Culpeper containing by estimation Two hundred acres and bounded agreeable to a Deed made to STEPHEN THRELKELD by JOHN CAMP & SARAH his Wife bearing date the 12th day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty five; together with all houses orchards profits & appurtenances to the same belonging; To have and to hold the tract of land & premises with the appurtenances unto STEPHEN THRELKELD his heirs and JAMES WILLIAMS will forever warrant and defend the tract of land and premises unto STEPHEN THRELKELD his heirs free from the claims of any persons; In Witness whereof the said JAMES WILLIAMS hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day & year first above written
Seard & Delivered in presence of
MORGAN WRIGHT, JAMES WILLIAMS
JOHN COLVIN. ANN FAVER
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 17th day of October 1791
This Indenture of Bargain & Sale from JAMES WILLIAMS to STEPHEN THRELKELD was acknowledged by the said JAMES and ordered to be recorded
Teste JOHN JAMESON, CI Cur 
Threlkeld, Stephen (I37351)
 
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1860 Prince William County Virginia Census by Ronald Ray Turner
Census: 1860 1056/1031, Brentsville District, Prince William County, Virginia, head of household
Census: 1840 #2-13, PWC, head of household, w wife & 7 children 
Muncaster, Catherine (I77287)
 
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188 MARYLAND RECORDS--FREDERICK COUNTY
Gittings, Jeremiah 30
Colmore 14
Erasmus I
Jeane ................. 34
Virlinda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15
Cavia 12
Liley....... 9
Cassandra 7
Jeane................... 5 
Gittings, Jane (I57761)
 
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359 ELLZEY, WILLIAM 300 27 November 1743 NN F:144 LS Wolf Run and Ox Road adjacent John Gowen, Col. Carter, Veale, Tillet, and Thomas Ford.

William Ellzey, of Loudoun County, Attorney at Law, and Alice his wife, sold for £130 to Thomas Sangster, Blacksmith, two tracts: 300 acres granted to said William Ellzey and 56 acres, part of patent of John Gowen which William Ellzey purchased from James Ingoe Dozer. (Fx. Deeds M:252. 19 January 1777)

312 ELZEY, LEWIS 506 12 December 1740 NN E:228 Poneshead Run adjacent the plantation he now lives on.
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds [Antient Press]; Liber P; 1761 - 1764; pp 279-281
THIS INDENTURE made the fifth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Sixty two Between WILLIAM ELLZEY of Prince William unty Gent of one part and RICHARD WARDEN of CHARLES COUNTY in the Province of MARYLAND Farmer of other part Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM ELLZEY for the Rents & Covenants herein after expressed on part of ye said RICHARD WARDEN to be performed and paid hoth grant to farm let unto said RICHARD WARDEN & his heirs a tract of land containing One hundred & forty acres near COCKPIT POINT in County afs. being the lands and plantations whereon said WILLIAM ELLZEY now resides, bounded Vizi the whole breadth of the land on POTOWMACK RIVER &. up the dividing line between ELLZEY & MASON to their back line thence along the said back line to a Branch near the head thereof then down the branch to where ELIZABETH WICKLIFFes line crosses the same then down the said WICKLIFFes line to the RIVER To Have and To Hold the said tract of land unto RICHARD WARDEN from the first day of November now next ensuing during the natural lives of the said RICHD, WARDEN & MARY & ANN WARDEN Children of the said RICHARD & the longest liver and Survivor of them paying unto WILLIAM ELLZEY his Ears, on the first day of November in each year the Annual Rent of Twelve pounds Current money of Virginia and if unpaid by the space of Sixty days next after ought to be paid that then the said WILLIAM ELLZEY into and upon the said premises wholy to reenter and the same to have again; and said RICHARD WARDEN doth agree that he will within three years from the date hereof plant Two hundred Apple trees which are to be found and provided by said WILLIAM ELLZEY; also to build a convenient Barne the said WILLIAM ELLZEY finding Nails and paying and allowing unto said RICHARD WARDEN whatever the Workmanship shall be adjudged to be worth; and when the same shall be built to keep that & the houses already built as also the Orchards when planted in good repair not committing any waste or spoil of the Timber Provided nevertheless that if may be lawful! for the said RICHARD WARDEN to keep a Sub Tenant on the Land who may erect & build proper houses & outhouses on the said premises at his own costs & charges except only that the said WILLIAM ELLZEY is to pay the Masons Work about the dwelling house which shall be erected for such Sub Tenant and said WILLIAM ELLZEY doth agree with the said RICHARD WARDEN & his Sub Tenant paying & fulfilling the Rents and Covenants herein before expressed and doth further agree to let his Negro man called George assist the said RICHARD WARDEN for the space of two months in erecting the Barne within mentioned. In Witness whereof the said RICHARD WARDEN & WILLIAM ELLZEY have set their hands & seals
in presence of DANL. PAYNE, W. ELLZEY
JOHN CHAMBERS. ABRAHAM FARROW RICHD. WARDEN
At a Court held for Prince William County the 6th day of December 1762
This Lease from WILLIAM ELLZEY to RICHARD WARDEN was acknowledged by the parties to be their act and deed & on the motion of the said RICHARD WARDEN the same was ordered to be recorded
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1759-1761 Fauquier County Minute Book (Antient Press); pp. 2
Fauquier County Court 24th of May 1759
- WILLIAM ELLZEY, JAMES KEITH and CUTHBERT BULLIT, Gent., having taken the usual Oaths to his Majestys Person and Government and subscribed the Test, had the Oath of an Attorney administered unto them
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Loudoun Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
CAPT WILLIAM ELLZEY of Prince William; 23 June 1768 - 20 Feb. 1770; 358 a. on Goose Crk & Owsleys Cabin Br; adj. his own, wm West, Mary Boland, John Deskin in wart & in surv. John Keen (?), Sam] Cox, Robt Carter,
Es qr, his own. CC - John & James Golding. Surv. John Hough.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Fairfax Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
CAPT WILLIAM ELLZEY of Prince William; 10 Apr. 1742 - 26 May 1742 & 14 Oct. 1742; 300 a. on br of Wolf Run & Pope's Head, adj. Thos fford, Geo Simpson, John & Alexr Gowin(g) & Terrence Reiley, Colo Carter, Bond
Veall, Giles Tillett, Richd Simpson, Hencock Lee. CC - ThoS Ford & Andrew Grayham. Marker-John Gowing. Surv. William West 
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"Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants" by Nell Marion Nugent

Vol. III, Page 418: Farguson's land adjacent Edward Booker, Gent., 1732, on upper side of Knibs Creek, Prince George County.

Vol. III, Page 418: John Farguson land adjacent Richard Booker, 1732, between Knibbs' and Flatt Creeks, Prince George County.

Vol. III, Page 419: "Robert Ferguson, 400 acres (New Land), Prince George County; on low side of Flatt Creek; adjacent John Ferguson; 28 Sept. 1732. 40 shillings."

Vol. III, Page 421: Farguson's land adjacent John Combs and Edward Booker, 1732, on lower side of Flatt Creek, Prince George County.

Vol. III, Page 421: Moses Farguson land adjacent John Nash, 1732, between branches of Knibb's Creek, Buckskin Creek & West's Creek, Prince George County.

Vol. III, Page 422: "John Farguson, 400 acres (New Land), Prince George County; South side of Flatt Creek adjacent Cobb's line; 28 Sept. 1732. 40 shillings."

Vol. III, Page 425: "John Farguson, 400 acres (New Land), Prince George County; in upper side of Flatt Creek; below the lower Tommahawke Branch; 28 Sept. 1732. 40 shillings."

Vol. IV, Page 9: "John Farguson of Prince George County, 400 acres New Land
in said County in upper side of Flatt Creek below the Lower Tommahawke Branch; 20 Jun 1733. 2 pounds."

Vol. IV, Page 12: "Robert Farguson of Prince George County, 400 acres New Land in said county on the lower side of Flat Creek, adjacent said Farguson; 20 Jun 1733. 2 pounds."

Vol. IV, Page 12: John Farguson land adjacent James Clarke, 1733, North side of Flatt Creek, Prince George County.

Vol. IV, Page 151: "Patrick Ferguson, 580 acres Prince George County, on the Branches of Low's Branch & on the both sides of Moccosoneck Road, on the upper side of the main Road near Ralph's Folly in George Williamson's Line, down the Cow Branch; adjacent George Williamson, Richard Scoggin's, William Short, & Butterworth; 9 Feb 1737/38. 3 pounds."

Vol. V, Page 316: "Robert Ferguson, 840 acres Prince George County on the upper side of the Oldfeild Branch of Butterwood Swamp, in a Valley; adjacent Coleman, Wyatt, Woodleif, Mills, Robert West, Poytheross, FitzGerrald & Anne Andrews; 20 Aug 1747. 2 pounds, 5 shillings. 400 acres part formerly granted Ferguhard Grant by Patent 15 Mar 1744/45 and by him sold & conveyed unto the said Robert Ferguson and 440 acres the residue never before granted

Vol. V, Page 128: Robert Ferguson land adjacent Farquhard Grant, 1744/45, on the Upper side of old field branch of Butterwood Swamp, in a Valley, Prince George County.
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1749-1752 Prince William County, Virginia Deed Book M [Antient Press]: Page 114-116
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty second and twenty third day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty nine Between ELIZABETH CHAPLIN of the Parish of Bath in the County of PRINCE GEORGE of one part and ISAAC FARGUSON of the Parish of Dittengen & County of Prince William of other part Witnesseth that said ELIZABETH CHAPLIN for the sum of Eight pounds Twelve Shillgs. Curr, doll sell unto the said ISAAC FARGUSON in his actual possession now being by venue of a bargin and sale for one year and by force of the statute for transferring uses into possession his heirs and assigns all that tract of land containing One hundred acres being part of Four hundred and Thirty four acres by a Deed granted by COLLO. CARTER to JOHN FLOWRANCE in ye year 1725 lying in the County of PRINCE WILLIAM on the North side of BROAD RUN of OCCOQUAN and a Branch known by the name of CRUPPERS CABIN BRANCH begining at a marked white Ole on a hill corner to the land of ED. GRAHAM thence NE to a red Oak another Corner of sd ED. GRAHAM & thence NE to a hicry thence SE to two white Oaks thence NE to the beginning Togather with all houses gardens appurtenances whatseover to the sd One hundred acres of land belonging To Have and To Hold unto the said ISAAC FARGUSON his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the partys have set their hands and seales
in presents of us GREENHAM DODSON, ELIZABETH CHAPLIN
JOHN HIGHTOWER, WM, MAINIRE
ROBERT FARGUSON
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 26th day of March 1750
This Release and receipt from ELIZABETH CHAPLIN to ISAAC FARGUSON was proved by the oaths of GREENHAM DODSON & JOHN HIGHTOWER two of the witnesses thereto subscribed and was ordered to be Certified and At a Court held for the County aforesaid on the 24th day of September 1750
This Release & Receipt was proved by the oath of ROBERT FARGUSON & admitted to record
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1761-1766 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book F; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Oct. 1, 1764. Roger Dixon of Fredksbg, Mercht., and Lucy, his wife, to Charles Mortimer, Doctor of Physick, and Robt. Fargeson, Gent. £24 curr. Lot No. 202 in town of Fredksbg. No witnesses. Oct. 1, 1764. 
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"Peter Jett's will May 22, 1784....King George County:
In the name of God Amen. I, Peter Jett of King George County, Virginia and the parish of Brunswick, I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it to me and my body to be buried in a Christian and decent manner at the descretion of my executors hereafter mentioned, and what little estate it has pleased God to endow me, I give and devise the same in manner and form as followeth:
I bequeath unto my daughters, Mary Hunstead and Anne Conley my negro woman named Rose and lease of the land I now live on, containing one hundred acres and my 2 houses.
I bequeath unto John Pratt Bowen, my lease I bought from John Reuben Payne, being the same land whereon sd Payne now lives. And also to John Pratt Bowen, one bed, one table and furniture. It is my desire that my stock of hogs be divided between John Pratt Bowen and my daughters Mary Humstead and Anne Conley.
I bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Curtis 5 shillings.
I bequeath unto my daughter Susanna Payne, 5 shillings.
I bequeath unto my daughter Margaret Thielkild, 5 shillings.
I bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Jones, 5 shillilngs.
I bequeath unto my grandson Jesse Thielkild, my young sorrel mare.
I bequeath unto my granddaughter Susanna Hunstead, my wife's saddle.
I bequeath the residue of my estate to be equally divided between my sons Francis and William Jett, and my daughter Mary Humstead and Anne Conley.
And lastly, I appoint my sons Francis Jett, William Jett, and John Pratt Bowen, my whole and sole executors, as witness my hand and seal this 22nd day of May, in the year of our Lord 1784.

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01 May 1724 King George OB 1721-26, p 179: Subpoena in chancery is granted unto William Jett, against Elizabeth Jett [his stepmother Elizabeth Underwood Thatcher], administratrix of the estate of Francis Jett deceased, in behalf of himself, his brothers Peter and Francis, and his sisters Elizabeth, Margaret and Ann Jett.

25 Mar 1725, King George OB 1721-26, p 307: The suit in chancery between the orphans of Francis Jett and against Elizabeth Jett is ordered to be dismissed.
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1735-1743 King George County, Virginia Deed Book 2; [Antient Press]; Page 163-164
Indenture made 14th January 1737 between HENRY FITZHUGH of Stafford County Esqr. and PETER JETT of King George County Planter .. to Farm lett 100 acres in King George County bounded upon lands of CHARLES WEBSTER, WILLIAM PAIN & the Glebe .. for term of natural lives of said Peter Jett, REBECCA his wife & FRANCIS JETT his son .. to pay 500 pounds Tobacco & Cask yearly at Feast of St. Luke .. roll'd to such convenient Rolling Houses or warehouses on the waterside .. four hens & quit rents ..
Presence George Lee, Henry Fitzhugh
Geo: Fraser Peter Jett
At a court held 3rd February 1737 .. Lease recorded.
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Anne Jett, daughter of Peter Jett (d. 1784) of King George County, and wife of _______ Conely.

Elizabeth Jett, daughter of Peter Jett (d. 1784) of King George County, and wife of Curtis.

Francis Jett, son of Peter Jett (d. 1784) of King George Co.

Peter Jett died 1784, King George County, Brunswick Parish. Will

Peter Jett of King George County from Henry Fitzhugh of Stafford County, 100-acres for the life of the said Peter, Rebecca, his wife, and Francis, his son, 1737. 
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1637-1643 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 77
HUMPHRY TABB, 50 acs. Eliz. Cittie Co, 25 Nov. 1637, p. 505. N. upon Harris his Cr., bounded by land of John Duckett on W. most side & running parallel to his own plantation. Trans. of 1 servt. called Richard Jenkinson.
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1637-1643 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 90
HUMPHRY TABB, 100 acs. Eliz. Citty Co., 6 May 1638, p. 567. Beg. Nly. upon a br. of Harris his Cr. &c., runing to land lately belonging to Capt. Richard Stephens neare land of Ralph Fludd, W. Sly. adj. land leased to Elias Leguard, S. into the woods & E. upon that side of Harris his Cr. which James Vaberitt liveth. Due for trans. of 2 pers: — Copeland, Richard Ball.
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1637-1643 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 135
HUMPHRY TABB, 100 acs. Eliz. Citty Co., June 19, 1642, Page 824. Upon Harris' Cr. Due for his per. adv. & trans. of: Andrew Powlter, a servant.
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1637-1643 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 135
HUMPHRY TABB, 150 acs. Elia. Citty Co., Jan. 6, 1642, Page 825. Adj. land of Dr. Calvert, bounding on Point Comfort Cr., & land of David Poole. Trans. of 3 pers: Robert Franke, Eliza. Woodbridge, Gyles Sallett.
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1643-1651 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 220
HUMPHRY TABB, 1,000 acs. Northumberland Co., 9 Jan. 1651, p. 354. In Fleets Bay abutting N. upon Haddaways Cr. dividing this & land of Abraham Moone, W. Nly .along sd. Cr., S. upon another Cr. about 4 mi. from land of George Taylor, Ely. down sd. Cr. to the maine bay. Trans. of 20 pers: Robert Frank, Elizabeth Woodbridge, Giles Sallett, John Patriack, Glogs Bayes, John Guy, Thomas Parteete, John Fisher, Thomas Maw, Wm. Angell, Richd. Norton, Edward Barnes, Richd. Dobbins, Abra. Paternoster (?), Kath. Siliston, Richd. Albett, Wm. Benley, Henry Belling, Andrew Felton, Thomas Minstrill. Note: This patent renewed 22 Mar. 1694.
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1662-1666 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 461
ANN TABB, 66 acs. N'thumberland Co., 28 June 1664, p. 208, (108). Beg. upon a marsh at a Cr. issuing out of Yeocomico Riv., extending N.E. upon land of Thomas Hayles, N.W. to land of George Tompson. Granted to Thomas Sheppard 5 July 1653 & by Rich. Flynt, Atty., assigned to Jno. Gamoll & Jno. Palmer 14 Sept. 1657; reassigned to sd. Flint 7 Dec. 1658, who assigned to sd. Sheppard & by him assigned to Ann Tabb 27 Dec. 1659.http://www.archive.org/stream/williamandmaryc02marygoog/williamandmar yc02marygoog_djvu.txt 
Tabb, Humphrey (I72528)
 
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 287-32: SMOOTES CHANCE: 160 acres; Possession of - 160 Acres - Wilders, John: Surveyed 15 April 1687 for Thomas Smoote: Conveyance notes - 160 Acres - Charles Smoot from Thomas Smoot 18 Nov 1728, 26 Acres - John Baptist Boarman from Charles Smoot, 12 April 1743,, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 285-16: WICOMICO FIELDS: 500 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Contee, John : 200 Acres - O'Caine, Gerrard : 100 Acres - Warren, John: Surveyed 7 April 1666 for Thomas Smoote on the West side. this land was first taken up by Thomas Gerrard. Resurveyed by Smoote.: Conveyance notes - Included in Resurvey of WICCOCOMICO FIELDS, folio 444
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 444-464: WICOMICO FIELDS: 585 acres; Possession of - 585 Acres - Maddox, Notley; Courts, John; Groves, John; Penn, John: : Originally so called, Notley Maddox, John Courts, John Groves, John Penn, 17 Feb 1741, beginning at a forked locust post now set up at the root of an ancient bounded oak, the beginning tree of the HILLS, patented to Notley Warren, John Courts, Lydia O'Caine, and Edward Smoote., 10 Sept 1744.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 286-26: HARRISONS VENTURE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Cole, Jeffery: : Surveyed 14 April 1671 for Richard Harrison at bound Red Oak on the South side of a forked Creek run near the marsh: Conveyance notes - 50 Acres - Joan Decregae (Deirego) from Jeffery Cole, 27 Feb 1707, 50 Acres - Johannah Decregae (Deirego) from Thomas Harrison 22 Aug 1718,50 Acres - John Scroggins from William Decreagae (Deirego) 23 Oct 1722,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 304-18: HILLS, THE: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Hoskins, Philip Col: Surveyed 17 Aug 1654 for James Manns on the West side of Port Tobacco Creek.: Other Tracts Mentioned: HARWOOD; Conveyance notes - Resurveyed into HARWOOD, 8 Aug 1726, folio 408, 150 Acres - Walter Hanson from Notley Maddox; 22 June 1730 
Wilder, John {Addl Records} (I27418)
 
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1653-1657 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills; [Beverley Fleet];
p.30. Deed of Gift. 6 Oct 1654, Thomas Monnooke of Westmoreland Co gives Nathaniell Phillipps son of David Phillipps of the same Co a cow called Bes. Signed Tho Monnocke his mark. Wit The Wilsford. Rec 27th Dec 1654.
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1653-1657 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills; [Beverley Fleet];
p.39. "Bills Left with Mr Dodman due to Mr Hayward"
Luke Gardner and Wm Johnson 2 bills 2000 lb tobo
Luke Gardners bill for 0400
Wm Johnsons bill for 1293
Tho Bakers bill for 1002
Wm Empsons bill for 0848
John Martins bill for 0352
Robert Robbins bill for 0282
Edward Bowles Bill for 0079
Christopher Russells bill for 0354
Wm Smootee bill for 0600
Richard Trues bill for 1048
Henry Bishopps bill for 0325
John Lawsons 2 bills for 1184
Cloues and Mace and Henry Spinke 0400
John Newman bill for 0238
Wm Evens bill for 0325
John Munsfeilds bill for 0301
Bartholomew Phillippe bill for 0423
Tho Jackson bill for 0347
John Shertcliffs bill for 0359
Richard Fosters bill for 0273
John Dandies bill for 0412
Mr Wm Brittaines bill for 0429
Mr Tho Gerrards bill for 6254
Wm Hungerfords bill for 0259
Luke Gardner and Wm Johnsons bill )
for 20 lb of Beaver )
An Order of Court agt Tho Bennett for 0496
Mr Tho Wilsfords 2 bills for 0714
John Vaughans bill for 0133
Henry Brooks 2 bills for 4405
John Delahays bill for 0290
Nathaniel Jones bill for 0788
Hercules Bridges bill for 1600
Tho Blagge bill for 0480
Edward Hulls bill for 0218
Rice Maddooks bill and letter for 0820
John Knotts bill for 0710
Paul Simpson bill fo r 0150
Tho Frissells 'bill for 1103
Alexander Baynhams 2 bills for 0819
Robs Wyards bill for 0084
Wm Freaks bill for 0438
David Phillips bill for 0080
Wm Risbyes bill for 0374 lb tobo.
Phillip Silvesters 0130
Stephen Normans 0857
Herbert Smiths 0980
John Williams 0190
Mr John Rosiers 0523
Mr John Hallowes 2673
Mr Tho Speks 0552
Capt Brents 0213
and a Bill for 9 lb 3/4 of Beaver )
Mr Walter Brodhursts bill for 1403
Ralph Horsley' bill for 1221
Mr Tho Speke his receit 3696
Wm Trapps bill for 0084
Tho Boys his bill for 0900
John Hillers bill for 1800
Tho Boys and Jo Hillers bill for 51 lb Beaver
Capt Brent by Acct 0478
Alex Frissell by Acco't 310 )
for Andrew Munroe 040 ) 0370
for Tho Monnocke 020 )
Tho Munns an Order of Court 0305
John Walton under Exeou'oon 1000
Richard Turney under Exeou'oon 2083
Mr Hallowes by Acc't 12 lb 3/4 of Beaver
Walter Brodhuret by acc't 3 lb 1/2 of Beaver
Mr Hillers bill for 24 lb of Beaver
Peter Mills acco't for 0746
Edw Thompson an Order of Court 0300
Rich Floyd an Order of Court 0350
Peter Feoppand for 0521 and 12 lb of Beaver )
John Jenkins Bill and acco't 0590
Recd of Richard Foote the Bills and Accompts of the debts above men'coned amounting to Fifty six thousand six hundred fifty and six pounds of Tob'co and One hundred thirty and three pounds of Beaver which I doe promise to give an Acco't of unto Mr Nicholas Hayward or his Assigns
Wltnes my hand the 7th July 1655
John Dodman
Witnes John Hiller Rich Browne
I doe acknowledge to have rec'd a Bill wherein John Williams is bound to pay Mr Hayward fower hundred pounds of Tobco and Caske the 20th of Octo next
Witnes my hand the 20th July 1655 John Dodman
30 July 1655 These receipts were Recorded "
 
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1653-1657 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills; [Beverley Fleet];
p.39. "Bills Left with Mr Dodman due to Mr Hayward"
Luke Gardner and Wm Johnson 2 bills 2000 lb tobo
Luke Gardners bill for 0400
Wm Johnsons bill for 1293
Tho Bakers bill for 1002
Wm Empsons bill for 0848
John Martins bill for 0352
Robert Robbins bill for 0282
Edward Bowles Bill for 0079
Christopher Russells bill for 0354
Wm Smootee bill for 0600
Richard Trues bill for 1048
Henry Bishopps bill for 0325
John Lawsons 2 bills for 1184
Cloues and Mace and Henry Spinke 0400
John Newman bill for 0238
Wm Evens bill for 0325
John Munsfeilds bill for 0301
Bartholomew Phillippe bill for 0423
Tho Jackson bill for 0347
John Shertcliffs bill for 0359
Richard Fosters bill for 0273
John Dandies [Danby] bill for 0412
Mr Wm Brittaines [Bretton] bill for 0429
Mr Tho Gerrards bill for 6254
Wm Hungerfords bill for 0259
Luke Gardner and Wm Johnsons bill )
for 20 lb of Beaver )
An Order of Court agt Tho Bennett for 0496
Mr Tho Wilsfords 2 bills for 0714
John Vaughans bill for 0133
Henry Brooks 2 bills for 4405
John Delahays bill for 0290
Nathaniel Jones bill for 0788
Hercules Bridges bill for 1600
Tho Blagge bill for 0480
Edward Hulls bill for 0218
Rice Maddooks bill and letter for 0820
John Knotts bill for 0710
Paul Simpson bill fo r 0150
Tho Frissells 'bill for 1103
Alexander Baynhams 2 bills for 0819
Robs Wyards bill for 0084
Wm Freaks bill for 0438
David Phillips bill for 0080
Wm Risbyes bill for 0374 lb tobo.
Phillip Silvesters 0130
Stephen Normans 0857
Herbert Smiths 0980
John Williams 0190
Mr John Rosiers 0523
Mr John Hallowes 2673
Mr Tho Speks 0552
Capt Brents 0213
and a Bill for 9 lb 3/4 of Beaver )
Mr Walter Brodhursts bill for 1403
Ralph Horsley' bill for 1221
Mr Tho Speke his receit 3696
Wm Trapps bill for 0084
Tho Boys his bill for 0900
John Hillers bill for 1800
Tho Boys and Jo Hillers bill for 51 lb Beaver
Capt Brent by Acct 0478
Alex Frissell by Acco't 310 )
for Andrew Munroe 040 ) 0370
for Tho Monnocke 020 )
Tho Munns an Order of Court 0305
John Walton under Exeou'oon 1000
Richard Turney under Exeou'oon 2083
Mr Hallowes by Acc't 12 lb 3/4 of Beaver
Walter Brodhuret by acc't 3 lb 1/2 of Beaver
Mr Hillers bill for 24 lb of Beaver
Peter Mills acco't for 0746
Edw Thompson an Order of Court 0300
Rich Floyd an Order of Court 0350
Peter Feoppand for 0521 and 12 lb of Beaver )
John Jenkins Bill and acco't 0590
Recd of Richard Foote the Bills and Accompts of the debts above men'coned amounting to Fifty six thousand six hundred fifty and six pounds of Tob'co and One hundred thirty and three pounds of Beaver which I doe promise to give an Acco't of unto Mr Nicholas Hayward or his Assigns
Wltnes my hand the 7th July 1655
John Dodman
Witnes John Hiller Rich Browne
I doe acknowledge to have rec'd a Bill wherein John Williams is bound to pay Mr Hayward fower hundred pounds of Tobco and Caske the 20th of Octo next
Witnes my hand the 20th July 1655 John Dodman
30 July 1655 These receipts were Recorded "
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 228. Tho: Hills, aged 25 years or thereabouts, saith that in 1670 he lived with Rob: Foster and heard Adam Wofendall and Robt. Foster barganeing about a cow and Foster was to give Wofendall one sow but to the best of your deponent's remembrance twas two sowes. Wofendall lent Foster one pair new worsted stockings and halfe one dozen new pewter spoones and 60 pounds of tobacco that this deponent paid Foster for the use of Wofendall.
28 April [16]75. Sworn in Court.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 247. Mathew Ballocke did acknowledge judgment for 1305 pounds of tobacco unto Robt. Foster.
Mathew Ballocke
Wit: John Lord.
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1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript];
Pages 84-84a. Last day of July 1696. John Rosier of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Gent., to Isaac Smith of same, pllanter. For 6000 pounds of tobacco. 134 acres, part of a pattent of 1450 acres belonging to said John Rosier bearing date 18 March 1662... in the line of the said Rosier's land not far from the fence of Robert Foster ... nigh the cleared ground of the orphants of John Beard ... land of Mr. Baker ... by the side of the great swamp by a path
John Rosier
Wit: Wm. Horton, Samll. Thompson, Ambrose Nelson.
21 Nov. 1696. John Rosier of said county, Gent., impower my loving friend Mr. John Minor my attorney to acknowledge the sale of 130 [sic] acres sold unto Isaac Smith of said county.
John Rosier
Wit: Mary Rosier, Bridges Rosier.
25 Nov. 1696. Acknowledged by John Minor by vitrue of a letter of attorney from John Rosier.
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1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript];
Pages 174a-175a. 13 Nov. 1698. Robert Foster of Westmoreland County to Thomas Robins of Washington Parish in said county, planter. For a competent sum of tobacco. Land ... The proprietors of the Northern Neck by pattent 14 Aug. 1691 did convey to Robert Foster a tract in the great swamp of Appamattux ... NW with the land of Mr. John Rosier ... survey under the hand of Mr. William Horton, surveyor.
Robert Foster
Wit: Alexander Webster, Henry Wickliff, Richard Watts. 30 Nov. 1698. Acknowledged by Robert Foster. Anna the wife of said Robert relinquished her right of dower.
 
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1653-1800 Lancaster County, Virginia Wills [Ida J. Lee];
KING, John. 2 Mar. 1752. Rec. 19 June 1752.
Wife: Judith. Sons: John (not 21 and William King. Dau: Mary King. Exors: Wife and John Kent, Sr., & Thos. Brent. Wits: John Shelton, Thos. Brent. W.B. 15, p. 100
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1653-1800 Lancaster County, Virginia Wills [Ida J. Lee];
KING, John. Division of estate. 17 Feb. 1758. Rec. 19 May 1758. William Brent in right of his wife, widow of sd deceased. Coleman Doggett in right of Mary his wife, orphan of deceased. William King and John King, orphans of John King. W.B. 16, p. 12.
KING, John. Division. Rec. 15 Oct. 1764.
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Lancaster County Virginia Marriages
February 6, 1718, Jerome Pasquet and Lycia King
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Lancaster County Virginia Marriages
January 14, 1723/4, Thomas Chilton and Winifred, daughter of Judith King
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Lancaster County Virginia Marriages
June 17, 1765, John Bailey and Judith Brent
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1653-1800 Lancaster County, Virginia Wills [Ida J. Lee];
BRENT, George. Will. 6 July 1748. Rec. 18 August 1748.
Sons: George, Charles (not of age) and Thomas; daughters: Lucy Brent (not of age) Amy Haines, Judith King Grandchil- dren: Wm. King, John King and Mary King, children of dau. Judith King. Extr. Thomas and Geo. Brent and Antho. Kirk. Wits. John Hubbard, John Norris, Dale Carter. W.B. 14, P. 206.
Division of above estate recorded 9 June 1749-among his 6 children vizt: Thomas, George and Charles Brent and Judith King, Amy Haynes and Lucy Brent. W.B. 14, p. 247.
Inventory and Appraisement returned by Thos. Brent, Extr. Rec. 27 Sep. 1748. W.B. 14, p. 222 
King, John (I122733)
 
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1655-1658 Northumberland County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 99
To all &c., Whereas &c., Now Know yee that I the sd. EDWARD DIGGES Esqr. &c. give & grant unto RICHARD HOLDEN Six hundred acres of Land scituate in Northumberland County bounding South Easterly upon YEACOMOCO RIVER, South Westerly upon the land of ROBT. SMITH, North East upon the land of WM. WALKER & running North West six hundred and fourty pole into the woods; the sd. Land being due unto ye sd. RICHARD HOLDEN as falloweth, (vizi), Three hundred acres part thereof being part of a Pattent of Six hundred acres granted unto the said RICHARD HOLDEN bearing date the 13th of Octobr: 1653, & Three hundred acres the residue formerly granted in a Pattent of Six hundred thirty and nine acres bearing date ye 19th of Octobr. 1653 unto WM. WALKER & certified under both their hands with authenticall wittness & remaineth upon the Records for the Quarter Court. To have & to hold the sd. Land &c., Dated the 24th of Octobr: 1655
EDWARD DIGGES W. CLAIBORNE, Secr,
I RICHARD HOLDEN doe assigne over all my right title & interest of this Pattent of Land unto JOHN BENNETT & VINCENT COOKES or to their heires or assignes, as Wittness my hand this 20th of January 1656.
Wittness HE CLARKE, JNO: WOOD, his marke Signed RICH: HOLDEN
20th Jan. 1656. This Assignemt, was acknowledged in Court by RICH. HOLDEN & is recorded with the Pattent
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1658-1662 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 66
Whereas RICHARD HOLDEN transferred & assigned over a Pattent for Six hundyed acres of land unto us, JOHN BENNETT & VINCENT COX, & acknowledged the same in the County Court of Northumberland the 20th of January 1656 as by the Court Records more at large appeareth; And whereas it is not by the said Assignemt. expressed each mans bounds or portion but remineth jointly betweene us, NOW KNOW ALL men by these pr:sents that wee the said JOHN BENNETT & VINCENT COX doe binde our selves our heyres & every of us that the Survivor shall not have the whole but that it shall bee lawfull for the heyre of the first ( ) to have & hold possess & enjoy the same proportion as the deceds. due notwithstanding ( ) or prsecription to the contray; In Wittness ( ) sd. JNO: BENNET & VINCENT COX have set their hands & settles this 7th day of February (
Sealed and delivered in the pr:sence of us
PETER ASHTON , JOHN BENNETT
RI. FLYNT VINCENT COX
21th October 1661. VINCENT COX ( ) of the Land above specified ( ) & heyre of JOHN
BENNETT

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1662-1666 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 487
JOHN BENNETT & VINCENT COCKE, 600 acs. Numberland Co., 18 Mar. 1662, p. 288, (247). S.Ely. upon Yeocomoco Riv., S.Wly. upon land of Robt. Smith & N.E. upon land of Wm. Walker. Granted to Richard Holder 24 Oct. 1655 & assigned to sd. patentees. SAME LAND AS ABOVE PATENT
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1655-1664 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 4; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 400
VINCENT COX, 346 acs. Northumberland Co., 20 Oct. 1661, p. 314,
(1). On N. side of little Wiccocomico [sic Yeocomico], beg. on line of trees dividing this from land of Robt. Smith, S.E. &c. to trees dividing this & land of Robt. Bennett, son of Jno. Bennett, decd. Trans. of 7 pers: Wm. Jones, Thomas Cooper, Mary Coop(er ?), Wm. Peterson, Peter Stewart, Wm. Stephens, Wm. Stow. THIS ADJOINING LAND WAS THE OLD BENNETT WESTMORELAND LAND.

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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=432&last=&g_p=P4&co llection=LO Patent
Title Cox, Vincent.
Publication 20 September 1661.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Northumberland County.
Description: 346 acres on the North side of Little Wicocomoco; Adjoining the land of Robert Smith, Robert Bennett, son of John Bennett, decd.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 432 (Reel 4).
 
Bennett, John 'Yeocomico' (I136420)
 
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1658-1662 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 41
To all &c . Whereas &c , Now Knowe yee that I the sd. SAMUEL MATHEWES Esqr do with the Consent of the Councell of State accordingly give & grant unto Capt RICHARD BUDD two hundred acres of Land in Northumberland County bounding Southeast upon the head of GREAT WICOCOMOCO RIVER. Northeast upon the Maine Branch of the said River. Southwest upon another Branch and Northeast upon the Maine Woods, the sd. Land being formerly granted unto the sd. Capt. RICHARD BUDD by Pattent dated the 9th of March 1653, and nowe renewed by Order of the Governor & Councell bearing date with these prsents; as is due by & for the transportacon of fower p.sons into this Collony whose names are in the Records menconed under this Pattent; To have & to hold &c., Dated the 6th of October 1656.
SAMUEL MATHEWES W. CLAIBORNE, Secr
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1658-1662 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 41
KNOWE ALL MEN by these prsents that I THOMAS WILLIAMS with ELIZABETH my Wife doe for a valuable consideracon in hand received, assigne our right of this Pattent of Land within menconed and to warrant the said Land from any p:sons whatsoever as granted to us by Pattent & doe engage our selves to acknowledge the said Land in Court unto JOHN HUGHLETT or his assignes, As Witnes our hands this
2 ( ) of June 1660
Witnes JOHN BENNETT the marke of THOMAS WILLIAMS
DAVID ILAND the marke of ELIZ WILLIAMS
20th July 1660. This Assignemt. was acknowledged in Court by the sd THOMAS WILLIAMS and is recorded next under the Pattent

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1643-1651 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 207
RICHARD BUDD, 350 an. Northumberland Co., 30 Jan. 1650, p. 279. Abutting W. upon land of Mr. George Hatcher, N. E. upon Dinites Cr. which divides this & a tract surveyed for Thomas Prickett, E. against the mouth of great Wickcocomico Riv. & S. E. & S. W. upon aforesaid Davites Cr. Trans. of 7 pers: Richd. Budd, Eliza. Wilson, Budd, his wife, Tho. Cleake, William Harpar, Henry Mayes, Symon Boule.
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1662-1666 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 516
THO. WILLIAMS, 500 acs. N'umber land Co., 17 June 1664, p. 376, (416). 350 acs. W. upon land of Mr. George Fletcher, N.E. upon a br. of a Cr. comonly called Derries Cr. which divides this & land surveyed for Tho. Prichett, E. against the mouth of Gr. Wiccocomico Riv. & S.E. & S.W. on sd. Derises (or Devises) Cr.; 150 acs. on N. side of Dennis his Cr. &c. Ely. upon the bay towards the mouth of sd. Riv., N.Ely. & Nly. upon a Cr. dividing this from land of one Prickett & land of Abram Byran. Granted to Richd. Budd & now due sd. Williams as marrying the relict of sd. Budd. 
Jarvis, Elizabeth MNU (I71705)
 
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1662-1666 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 95
BE IT KNOWNE to all men by these prsents that wee WALTER & MARY MOORE doe freely give to our Cousin, WILLIAM MOORE, the halfe of the Land that I bought of JAMES MACKGREGER & HUGH FOUCH, bounding on the one side on their land & on the other side bounding on JOHN HULL & the other part bounding on the ( ) & the Land granted called by the name of the RED BUD THICKETT withall the priviledges belonging to the sd. Land, therefore these pr:sents bindeth us WALTER & MARY MOORE our heires & assignes unto WILLIAM MOORE his heires ( ) mee in the Bill of Sale ( ) & HUGH FOUCH & alsoe neyther ( ) WILLIAM MOORE doe dispose of their part of ( ) other consent; In Witnesse of the ( ) sett our hands & seales this 29th day of ( )
Signed sealed & delivered in p:sence of us
ALEXANDER MAXWELL WALTER MOORE
JAMES MACKGREGER MARY MOORE
11th Febr: 1662. This Writeing was acknowledged in the Northumberland County Court & is recorded
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1662-1666 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 113
BEE IT KNOWNE unto all men by these pr:sents that wee WILLIAM [sic Walter] & MARY my Wife doe assigne over our right of the Deed of Gift herewithin menconed unto my Cozen, WILLIAM MOORE, his heires & assignes for ever; As Witness our hands this 30th day of November 1663
Teste in presence of JAMES MAGREGER WILLIAM MOORE
THO: ASHLEY ye marke of MARY MOORE
10th December 1662. This Writeing was acknowledged in Cort: by HUGH FOUCH, Attorney of the sd: WILLIAM & MARY MOORE & is recorded
The Deed of Land from WALTER MOORE to WM: MOORE is recorded in folio 95 huius libri KNOWE ALL MEN by these pr:sents that wee WILLIAM MOORE & MARY MOORE doe appoint HUGH FOUCH our lawfull Attorney to acknowledge a Deed of Gift of land given unto us by WALTER MOORE to the sd. WILLIAM MOORE his heires for ever; In Witness our hands & seales this 30th day of November 1663
Teste JAMES MAGREGER, WM: MOORE ye seale
-THOMAS ASHLEY MARY MOORE ye seale
10th December 1663. This Lre. of Attorney was recorded 
Moore, Mary MNU (I136983)
 
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1665-1666 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 4; [Antient Press]; Page 426
Northumberland County Court 20th of June 1665
- Whereas Mr. THOMAS HOPKINS & GRACE PEARSON were by a Warrant from Col. PET: ASHTON summoned to appeare at this Cort: to answer ye Complaynt of ELIZABETH BUSHELL & havinge fayled of theire appeareance, it is ordered yt: ye Sherriffe forthwith take them into safe custody (they to remains wth: Bayle or Maine Prize untill ye next Cort unlesse two of ye Justices of ye peace for this County, whereof one of ye Quorum shall thinke it fist) to take security for them for theire p:sonall appeareance then to answer theire Contempte

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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 51
Northumberland County Court 27th of January 1668/69
- Upon ye Peticon of THOMAS INGRAM, ye Cart: have ordered yt: noe Will bee proved, Administracon granted nor any done about ye Estate of THOMAS HOPKINS, deced.. untill ye sd. INGRAM have notice of it.
- Upon ye Peticon of MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, (Wife to Mr. THOMAS HOPKINS, deced), it is ordered yt: an Inventory bee forthwth: taken of ye Estate of ye sd. HOPKINS by foure of ye next Neighbours of good repute, & appraysmt. made thereof & yt: ye Estate of ye sd. Mr. HOPKINS remaine in ye hands of ye sd. MRS. GRACE HOPKINS untill ye next Cort.

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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 59
Northumberland County Court 10th of March 1668/69
- Ordered yt: THO: GASKOYNE, JNO: WADDY, THO: LANE & LEW : SHEPARD take an Inventory & make apprazement of ye Estate of Mr. THOMAS HOPKINS, deced., wth: ye first convenient; they beinge sworne accordinge to Law
- A Commission of Administracon is granted MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, ye Relicte of Mr. THO: HOPKINS, deced., of her sd. Husbands Estate, she giveing good caucon accordinge to Law
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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 66
Northumberland County Court 22d of. June 1669
Whereas THO: INGRAM did peticon this Cort: to bee possest of yt: Estate his deced., Father, JOHN INGRAM, by his Last Will & Testamt. did devise him upon ye perusal of which Will, ye Cort: doth finde yt: ye sd. JNO: INGRAM (amongst other things) did bequeathe unto his sd. Sonne, THOMAS, two Mares & one Filly (then in ye possession of ye sd. INGRAM) and whereas MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, ye Relicte & Admrx. of Mr. THO: HOPKINS (deced.) one of the Overseers of ye Will of ye sd. JOHN INGRAM, who hath since ye decease of ye sd. JOHN had ye Estate of ye sd. JOHN in his possession, did alleadge one of ye two Mares bequeathed unto ye sd. THOMAS INGRAM by ye Will of his Father as aforesd., was solde unto ye sd. HOPKINS by ye sd. JOHN INGRAM in his life tyme, & did in this Cort: produce a Bill of Sale purporting ye same; Mr. PET: KNIGHT & THO: BREWER makeing Oath yt: at ye tyme when JOHN INGRAM made his Will & devised ye Mares to his Sonne as aforesd., THO: HOPKINS did absolutely relinquish his Title to ye sd. Mares, JOHN INGRAM telling him yt: ye debt for wch: yt: mare was bound was satisfyed. Ye Cort: doth judge ye Bill of Sale to bee voyd & doe order yt: THO: INGRAM bee forthwth: possessed with ye sd. Mares & their increase, unlesse Such of them as by ye Will of ye Father was bequeathed unto his Sisters
MRS. GRACE HOPKINS appealeth from this Order to ye 3d. day of ye next Genr11. Cort:
wch: is granted, she giveing good caucon accordinge to Law to prosecute her sd.
appeale
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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 66
Northumberland County Court 22nd of June 1669
- Whereas it appeares to this Cort: by a condicon under ye hand of RICH: PEARCE dated ye 9th of xber: 1665 yt: RICH: PEARCE receaved of ELIZABETH HEARD a Horse, parte consideracon of some building yt: ye sd, PEARCE did oblige him selfe to do for ye sd. ELIZABETH, as by ye sd, condicon did & may more fully appeare, wch: worke or any parte thereof ye sd. PEARCE nor any other by his order hath finished or done. It is ordered yt: MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, ye Relicte of ye sd. PEARCE, by ye 1st of 9ber: next pay as good a Horse as yt: receaved by ye sd. PEARCE unto NICH: NICHOLS, who maryed ye sd. ELIZABETH HEARD als exe.,
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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 67
Northumberland County Court 22nd of June 1669
- Whereas THO: INGRAM did peticon this Cort: for six Cowes & Calves, two feather beds wth: furniture, two pewter dishes, one doz: of spoones, one chamber pot, one iron pot of five or six gallons, one pewter drinking pot, two fowling peeces, one new saddle & bridle, one iron pestelle of forty pounds weight & one man Servant, yt: should have foure or five yeares to serve, given (as to ye Cort; appeareth) unto ye sd. THO: INGRAM by his Fathers Will, It is ordered yt: MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, Admrx, of Mr. THO: HOPKINS, one of ye Overseers of ye Will of ye sd, JOHN INGRAM, forthwith: deliver ye sd. Cattle unto ye sd, THO: INGRAM (MRS. HOPKINS to choose one Cow out of ye Stock of Cattle whereon she now liveth & THO: INGRAM another untill hee hath receaved ye sd. six cowes & calves), one feather bed & furniture & yt: she deliver ye sd. Servant & goods unto THO: INGRAM by ye middle of 9ber next
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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 68
Northumberland County Court 22nd of June 1669
- Whereas it appeares to this Cort: yt: JAMES YONG stands indebted unto MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, ye Admrx. of THO: HOPKINS, deced., ye summe of one thousand & eight pounds of tobacco & caske wth: costs; Judgmt, is granted ye sd. MRS. HOPKINS agt. ye sd. YONG for ye sd. summe wth: costs als exe., unlesse ye next Cort: ye sd. YONG she., reason to ye contrary
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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 68
Northumberland County Court 22nd of June 1669
- PET: TIBALD, THO: INGRAM & WM: HANCOCK beinge arrested to this Cort: at ye suite of MRS, GRACE HOPKINS, a nonsute is granted ech of them against ye sd. MRS. HOPKINS accordinge to Law, noe cause of accon appeareing to this Cort: agt. them
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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 51
Northumberland County Court 27th of January 1668/69
- Upon ye Peticon of THOMAS INGRAM, ye Cort: have ordered yt: noe Will bee proved, Administracon granted nor any done about ye Estate of THOMAS HOPKINS, deced.. untill ye sd. INGRAM have notice of it.
- Upon ye Peticon of MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, (Wife to Mr. THOMAS HOPKINS, deced), it is ordered yt: an Inventory bee forthwth: taken of ye Estate of ye sd. HOPKINS by foure of ye next Neighbours of good repute, & appraysmt. made thereof & yt: ye Estate of ye sd. Mr. HOPKINS remaine in ye hands of ye sd. MRS. GRACE HOPKINS untill ye next Cort.
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1669-1673 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 79
- Whereas MRS. GRACE HOPKINS did exhibit an Inventory into this Court of ye Estate of her Husband, Mr. THO: HOPKINS, deced., wherein was included certeyne Horses & Mares for wch: Horses and Mares THO: INGRAM hath obteyned Order of this County Cort as a Legacy from his deced., Father by his Last Will & Testamt., upon ye peticon of ye said MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, It is ordered yt: ye sd. Horses and Mares be extended out of ye sd, Inventory
- Whereas Mr. THO: HOPKINS, deced., did by a Deed of Guift give unto JOANNA, the Orpht. of JOHN MERIDITH, deced., a Mare wth: her increase, upon ye peticon of MRS. GRACE HOPKINS, It is ordered yt: ye Estate yt: is extant in this County belonging unto DOROTHY, ye Relict of JNO: MERIDITH, deced., may be secure until, shee give good caucon to this Cort: to be accomptable for ye sd. Mare & her increase; shee having caryed ye sd Mare out of this County

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1666-1670 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 128
KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents that I THOM: INGRAM doe acknowledge to have reced. of MRS. GRACE (HOPKINS marked out) HARRIS als HOPKINS, & by her Order of ROBT: JONES of FLEETS BAY, full satisfaccon for Fower Stone Horses sxe Mares & three Foales, condiconed to be delivered to me by ye sd: GRACE by ye first of May next by Articles of Agreemt: bearing date the 26th day of July last past and therefore doe by these p:sents fully & absolutely discharge ye sd: GRACE her Executors and Admrs. from any further clayme concerning the sd: Horses, Mares &Foales as alsoe in consideracon thereof freely & absolutely convey my whole right & interest in & to all the rest of the whole Breed of Horses formerly belonging either to JNO: INGRAM, my late Father, deced., or to Mr. THOM: HOPKINS deced., unto ye said ROBERT JONES (assignee of ye sd; GRACE), & his Executor Admrs. or assignes, together 'firth: their increase for ever; In Wittness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seale ye 29th day of Apr; 1670
Sealed & delivered in the presence of
THO: MERRITT THO: INGRAM ye Seale
JOHN FEILD
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1669-1673 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 150
Northumberland County Court 19th of June 1672
- Whereas it appeares to this Cort: yt: JAMES YONG stands indebted unto Mr. JOHN HARRIS, Husband to ye Relicte of Mr. THO: HOPKINS, deced., ye summe of five hundred forty & thre pounds of tobaccoe & caske, being parte of an Order for one thousand & eight pounds of tobaccoe & caske dated ye 25th of August 1669, It is ordered yt: ye sd, YONG forthwth: pay ye sd. summe unto ye sd. HARRIS wth: costs
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1678-1679 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 13
Northumberland County Court 20th of November 1678
- Mr .JNO: HARRIS his Accompt of HOPKINS's Estate to be auditted
Upon the Petition of Mr. JOHN HARRIS who marryed GRACE, ye Relict of Mr. THOMAS HOPKINS deced. it is ordered that Major THOMAS BRERETON and Mr. PHILLIP SHAPLEIGH are appointed to examine and auditt the Accompts of the Estate of THOMAS HOPKINS and give in their report thereof to ye next Court
 
Pearce, Grace MNU (I82855)
 
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1666-1669 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 41
Northumberland County Court 8th of July 1668
- Whereas ELIZABETH TYNGEY, HENRY HALL & GEORGE HUTTON were arrested to this Cort: at ye suite of HAN. LEE, Widdow, for her Thirds of lande now in ye tenure of ye sd. TYNGEY, HALL & HUTTON, ye sd. HANNAH failinge to prosecute duringe ye five yeares of her Widdow hood allowed her by ye Law, It is ordered yt: ye sd. HANNAH bee nonsuited & pay ye sd. TYNGEY, HALL & HUTTON each of them 50 lbs. of tobacco damage wth: costs
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1670-1672 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 185
GEORGE HUTTON aged thirty yeares or thereabouts saith yt: RICH: PEMERTON came to ANTH LENTONs in Novembr: last where he bargained & bought ye sd. LENTON one Steere for six hundred pounds of tobo: Fower hundred & fifty pounds of tobo: to he forthwth: paid at GOODMAN SHAWes, & one Hundred & fifty to be paid ye next yeare, during ye time yt: ye sd. LENTON & PEMERTON was together, the said LENTON moved PEMERTON several! times to know what he was indebted unto him, PEMERTON replyed they would not fall out but at ye last he told ANTH. LENTON yt: he did scorne to aske him any thing by reason he had bin soe civile to him & his Brother in Law & Sister, and further saith not
GEO HUTTON
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1678-1679 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 5
Northumberland County Court 21st of August 1678
- THO: HOBSON agt ANTH: LYNTON Whereas at a Court held the 17th of Aprill 1677 it was ordered that ANTHONY LYNTON should be possest of the Land on which JOHN [ ] lived by the first of January next unless GEORGE CARTER {sic Hutton}, who marryed the Relict of HENRY LYNTON, should shew good reason and produce Leases he alleadged to the contrary, and whereas this Court GEORGE CARTER appeared and did offer his reasons which the Court would not except of, ANTHONY LYNTON being absent, it is ordered that the business be referred to the next Court and ordered that ANTHONY LYNTON have notice of this Order
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1678-1679 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 7
Northumberland County Court 16th of October 1678
- ANTH: LYNTON agt GEO: HUTTON Whereas at a Court held ye 17th of April 1678, it was ordered that ANTHONY LYNTON should be possest of his land now in the tenure of GEORGE HUTTON by the first of January next and whereas this Court ANTHONY LYNTON prayed the Order might be confirmed, it is ordered that the Order be confirmed and that ANTHONY LYNTON be possessed of his land according to the Order
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1687-1698 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 740
Northumberland County Court September 16, 1696
Upon the Petition of JUDITH LEAZURE Executrix a Probate is granted her of the Last Will and Testament of BARTHOLOMEW LEASURE deceased the Will being proved by the oaths of GEORGE HUTTON and SARAH HUTTON Witnesses to the said Will and is recorded.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 208
Northumberland County Court 17th day of June Anno dom' 1702
REBECCA HUTTON Orphan Daughter of GEORGE HUTTON dec'ed is bound with her owne Consent to serve PHILL ROGERS and ISABELLA his wife or either of them until she Attaine to Seventeene Yeares of Age & Ordered that they or either of them Endeavour to teach or Cause the said REBECCA to be taught to Read the Bible perfectly And for the due performance hereof JAMES CREAN Doth hereby Obleidge himselfe his heires Exec's etc. in the penall sum'e of two thousand five hundred pounds of Tobacco unto the said Orphan.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 305
Northumberland County Court - 20th day of July Anno Dom. 1704
In the Difference depending betweene GEORGE GROVES & ELIZA. his wife Plts and DANIELL SWILLIVANT Deft It's Ordered the said SWILLIVANT give an Inventary of GEORGE HUTTONs Estate which he tooke into his possession to the next Court and for his due Performance thereof PHILL' ROGERS doth Obleidge himselfe together with the said SWILLIVANT in the penal sum'e of five thousand pounds of Tob'o And that then the said GROVES have Judgm't for his proporc'onable part of the said Estate unless the said SWILLIVANT shall then appeare and shew reasons to the Contrary.
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=193&last=194&g_p=G2 &collection=NN Grant
Title Hutton, George.
Publication 24 September 1695.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 256 acres by a branch of Yocomoco River, adjoining James Moore.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 193-194 (Reel 288). 
Hutton, George (I70681)
 
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 94a-95 [D&W 1, pp. 406-07]. 6 9br [Nov.] 1666. Patent of Sir William Berkeley unto Coll. Nicholas Spencer of 500 acres in Potowmeck freshes, northeasterly upon a creeke above Coll. Speake's land, southeasterly upon the land called Gosnell's land ... formerly granted unto Peter Smith by pattent 15 July 1657 and by him deserted and granted unto Mr. Isaac Allerton by order of the Generall Court 6 April 1662 and by him likewise deserted and upon petition of Coll. Spencer granted to him by order of the Governor and Councell 6 June 1666 ... due for transportation of ten persons into this Collony
William Berkeley
Wit: Phill. Ludwell, Cl. Off.
29 9br [Nov.] 1671. Recorded.
17 Sept. 1671. Nicholas Spencer to William Lambert. For a valuable consideration. All my right of the within pattent.
Nicholas Spencer
Wit: John Lewling, John Olliver.
29 9br [Nov.]1671. Acknowledged by Coll. Nicholas Spencer.
26 Nov. 1671. William Lambert to William Battey (Battle). For a valuable consideration. 100 acres, part of 500 acres be mee bought of Nicholas Spencer ... to begin at the upper end of my land adjoyneing to the land of Gosnell ... downe the creeke
William Lamberd
Wit: Nicholas Spencer, Frances Spencer.
29 9br [Nov.] 1671. Acknowledged by Wm. Lambert.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 164a-165. 24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Willm. Lambert of Westmoreland County, planter, unto Robt. Vaulx of same, Gent. For 6000 pounds of tobacco. 500 acres, granted to Coll. Nich: Spencer 6 9ber [Nov.] 1666 and by Collo: Nich: Spencer unto me sold as by assignment 17 7ber [Sept.] 1671 ... in the County of Stafford bounded N east uppon a creeke above Coll. Speake land, S westerly uppon the land called Gosnell's land ... into the woods ...
Willm. Lambert
Wit: Jno: Foxhall, Jno: Appleton.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Acknowledged by Wm. Lambert.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 165. 9 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Anne Lambert in Westmoreland County appoynt my loving husband Wm. Lambert my attorney to acknowledge my right in land sold by my husband to Darby Fowler at Poahick Creeke.
Anne (X) Lambert
Wit: Oliver (X) Griffin, Robt. Whtting.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Wm. Lambert did acknowledge full satisfaction for the right of dower of land sold by Wm. Lambert to Darby Fowler.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 167. 19 [ ] 1673. Bond of Wm. Lambert of Copely Parish, Westmoreland County, planter, unto Mr. Robt. Vaulx of Washington Parish, Gent. For 20,000 pounds of tobacco. Lambert have by deed 24 7ber [Sept.] 1673 confirmed unto Mr. Robt. Vaulx 500 acres. To keep all covenants for warrentee in the deed.
Wm. Lambert
Wit: Tho: Hindmas, Dennis White.
19 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Acknowledged by Wm. Lambert.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 167. 19 [ ] 1673. Bond of Wm. Lambert of Copely Parish, Westmoreland County, planter, unto Mr. Robt. Vaulx of Washington Parish, Gent. For 20,000 pounds of tobacco. Lambert have by deed 24 7ber [Sept.] 1673 confirmed unto Mr. Robt. Vaulx 500 acres. To keep all covenants for warrentee in the deed.
Wm. Lambert
Wit: Tho: Hindmas, Dennis White.
19 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Acknowledged by Wm. Lambert.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 193a. Wm. Lambert, aged 28 yeares or therabouts, declareth that being at the house of Wm. Spence the solemnizing of Mathew Steele's wedding some difference did arrise between Mr. Searles and Morgan Jones concerning the plantation that Mr. Searles had sold him. Searles said that Morgan Jones had not given Searles any sattisfaction for the plantation and his reason was that because Capa: Hull had surveighed the land from Searles, and with that Jones his wife caught Searles by the haire and said he was an old rogue and the deponent said civiler languadge would become her.
Wm. Lambert
26 Aug. 1674. Recorded.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 224a. 25 Feb. 1674/5. Anne Searles attorney of my husband Rich: Searles appoynt my loving son in law Wm. Lamber my attorney to appeare for me against Jno: Symonds.
Anne (X) Searles
Wit: Edwd. Bradbourne.
26 Feb. [1674/5]. Recorded
 
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1674-1677 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3; [Antient Press]; Page 303
Northumberland County Court 19th of July 1677
ROBERT WILLSON for his Wifes Thirds of OLIVER's Estate
Whereas there hath been severall disputes in this Court betweene ROBERT WILLSON [who marryed with MILLISENT, ye Relict of JOHN OLIVER, deced] and ANNE GRAVES [who proved ye nuncupative Will of JOHN OLIVER] about JOHN OLIVER's Estate. On ye Petition of ROBERT WILLSON it is ordered that Mr. ROBERT SECH, Mr. JOHN COTANCEAU, Mr. RICHARD KENNER and ADAM YARRATT doe Munday next divide ye land and ye Estate of JOHN OLIVER into three equall parts and that ROBERT WILLSON be then possessed [in right of his Wife] with one full third part of the Estate ROBERT WILLSON to make the first choyce of his third part and it is ordered that ANNE GRAVES and all other persons put on ye Plantation by JOHN OLIVER shall without ye molestation of ROBERT WILLSON freely tend and house what crop they have now growing on the Plantation 
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1678-1679 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 21 Court 19 ffeb. 1678/9
John Higgins who marryed the Relict of James Pope has impaired the Estate of the Children of the sd. Pope, and Higgins to appear in the next court.
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1687-1698 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 776/3
Northumberland County Court May 20, 1697
Judgment is granted Col. WILLIAM FITZHUGH against JOHN POPE heir of JAMES POPE for the payment of six hundred and twenty pounds of tobacco and cask due by Bill under JAMES POPE's hand dated MARCH 19, 1695 And ordered the said POPE pay the said sum unto the said FITZHUGH with Costs alias Execution.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 52
Northumberland County Court 16 August 1699
Upon the Moc'on of JOHN POPE a Com'c'on of Adm'con is granted him on the Estate of DORCAS HIGGINSON he giving Caution for his Due Adm'c'on on the said dec'eds Estate according to Law.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 76
Northumberland County Court 18 October 1699
Judgment is granted DORCAS POPE by her brother JOHN POPE for the sum'e of Seventeene hundred and fifty pounds of Tobacco & Casq' ag't the Estate of DORCAS HIGGINSON dec'ed it being her proporc'on of her father M'r JAMES POPEs Estate And Ordered the said JOHN POPE Administr'r of the said DORCAS HIGGINSON pay the said sum'e out of the said Dec'eds Estate al's Ex'o
Judgm't is granted JOHN POPE Assignee of WILLIAM GOODRIDGE ag't DORCAS HIGGINSONs dec'ed Estate for the sum'e of six hundred pounds of Tobacco & Casq' out of the said dec'ed[s Estate] unless the Assignement shall the next Court appeare to be fraudulent & if soe the suite to be dismissed.
Judgement is granted JOHN POPE ag't DORCAS HIGGINSONs Estate for what Clerkes fees shall appeare to be due from the said dec'eds Estate al's Ex'on.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 306
Northumberland County Court - 20th day of July An'o 1704
- Whereas JAMES ROGERS brought suit ag't JOHN POPE & declared as followeth That the said JOHN POPE of this County stands justly indebeted to him by Bill One thousand pounds of Tobacco & Casq' & refuseth paym't wherefore (he the Kt) hath brought the Suite and humbly prayes Judgm't for his said Debt ag't the said POPE with Costs etc. & the Deft for plea Comes and prayes Judgm't of the Writt because he sayes that the Plt hath declared on a Bill and hath not sett forth the Date of the said Bill or whether the same be under hand & Seale or not and neither hath sett forth that the same is here in Court etc. Whereupon the Court are of Opinion that the Decl. doth not well lye And on the Defts moc'on a Nonsuit is granted him ag't the said Plt and Ordered he pay Dam'ages according to Law with Costs al's Ex'o.
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1706-1713 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 652
Northumberland County Court - March 17, 1710
THOMAS THOMSON petitioning this Court for Administration on the Estate of his deceased Brother SIMON THOMSON as being nearest of Kin and Administration being in November Court granted to ROBERT BOYD, ANN his wife and JOHN POPE on the said Estate and The Justices Now sitting being divided in their opinions the same is Continued to the next Court to
be Argued De Novo.
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1706-1713 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 788
Northumberland County Court - July 17, 1712
- GEORGE MURDOCK and JOHN POPE having made Oath to their Depositions Concerning JOHN BOYD the Orphan of ROBERT BOYD deceased on the Motion of ANNE BOYD the Mother of the said JOHN the said Depositions are Admitted to Record. 
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1679-1682 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Will & Deed Book 6, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 356
A Brindled heifer about two yeares of age marked with a crop on ye left eare & a flower de luce on ye right eare to be recorded for PRICELA YEATES, Daughter of ELIAS YEATES and MARY his Wife, all her increase both male and female by me ANGELL JACOBUS being in ye Custody of ELIAS YEATES, her Father, & there to remaine till ye day of age or the day of Marriage as Witness my hand this 4th of July 1682
WILLIAM POWELL, ANGELL JACOBUS
THOMAS RYLY
Recordatr xx4 die July 1682
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1693-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 2; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 12)
THIS INDENTURE made the 29th of December 1692 Betwixt ADAM WOFFENDALL of Richmond County of the one partie and WILLIAM POWELL of the same County Sheweth that ADAM WOFFENDALL aforesaid for Two thousand pounds of sweet sented tobacco to him in hand paid by the abovesaid WILLIAM POWELL doth hereby sell unto the abovesaid WILLIAM POWELL his heirs or assigns forever a certain parcel! of land lying on the North side of Rappa: River in the County of Richmond abovesaid, containing Fifty acres more or less bounded as followeth (Vitt.) Beginning at a marked Ash standing in the main branch of CHINGOETEAGUE above JOHN EASTERs Plantation and running down the said branch to JOHN EASTERs line and up the said EASTERs line to the line of WILLIAM MARSHALL and along the line of MARSHALL to the line of Mr. FRAN: SLOUGHTER and so to the upper QUARTER ROAD or PATH, and along the said Road or Path to WILLIAM BROWNs Corner tree by and near a branch to the first mentioned Ash with all and singular its rights woods profitts whatsoever appertaining; To have and to hold the said parcell of land and all the premises hereby sold unto the abovesaid WM. POWELL his heirs forever, the said ADAM WOFFENDALL for himself his heirs &c. the said parcell of land with all its rights belonging unto the said WM: POWELL his heirs &c. forever against him the sd ADAM WOFFENDALL his heirs or assigns and all persons lawfully claiming under him will defend and forever warrant by these presents and at all times forever hereafter peaceably and quietly to have the abovesaid parcell of land with all premises with every of their rights without any lawfull lett or disturbance of the said ADAM WOFFENDALL his heirs And further the abovesaid ADAM WOFFENDALL Both hereby further oblige himself to give unto the said WILLIAM POWELL his heirs a further confirmation or title by Writing if this proves not good & authentick in the Law, And also to make a true acknowledgment hereof in the County Court of Richmond, And also my Wife, HONORIA, shall do the same in person or by her lawfull Attorney when thereunto required by the said WILLIAM POWELL his heirs &c., in confirmation hereof the abovesaid ADAM WOFFENDALL huh hereunto seu his hand & affixed his seal Signed sealed & delivered in pr:sence of us
JAMES TAYLER, ADAM WOFFENDALL
JOHN BROWN
Recognitr: in Cur: Com: Richmond 7 die Martii Ano: 1693
( WOFFENDALL to POWELL Bond)
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ADAM WOFFENDALL of Richmond County do stand justly indebted to WILLIAM POWELL of the said County, Carpenter, in the just sum of Four thousand pounds of sweetsented tobacco in cask to be paid convenient to a Landing in the abovesaid County upon all demands for the true performance hereof I bind myself my heirs unto the said WILLIAM POWELL his heirs &c. As witness my hand and seal this 29th of 10ber: Ano: Dom: 1692

5 Jun 1694. Power of Atty. HONORIA WOFFENDALL do impower JAMES TAYLER my any to ackn my thirds of a parcell of land unto WILLIAM POWELL being done voluntarily. Wit: WM REYNOLDS, JOHN SPILLER. (Bk 2pg: 43)
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 12)
At a Court held for Richmond County 5th of May 1692
- Nonsuit is granted to ADAM WOFFENDALL against WM. POWEL, he not appearin to prosecute. to be pd. with costs &c.
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 28)
At a Court held for Richmond County 5th of May 1692
- Reff: is granted between WM: POWELL Plt. & Mr. ALEXR DONIPHAN Deft. till next Court
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 46)
At a Court held for Richmond County 6th of October 1692
- Reff: is granted between WM: POWELL Plt. & Mr. ALEXR DONIPHAN Deft till next Court
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 50)
At a Court held for Richmond County 24 of November 1692
- Reff. is granted between WM. POWELL Plt. and ALEXR; DONIPHAN Deft. till next court

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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 50)
At a Court held for Richmond County 4th day of January Ano; Dom: 1692
- Mr. ROBT: BRENT appeared Attorney for Mr. ALEXANDER DONIPHAN
- WM: POWELL brought his action in this Court against ALEXANDER DONIPHAN and declares that he hath built & finished for the Deft. a Thirty five foot Dwelling house eighteen foot wide by the Ground Cell, a foot and (blank) a Ten foot porch joining to the sd House and five framed Windows, piled with Rived boards above & two partitions & one partition below & two out side Chimneys for wch: he the Plt. was to receive Five hundred pounds of Tobb:, & therefore craves Judgmt., the Deft. for plea says that there was an agreement in writing with a Penalty made between him and the Plt. for building a House of such dimentions as in the sd Written Agreemt. are conteyned, And that the plt under pr:tence of taking a copy thereof borrowed the sd Writing and deteynes the same pleading it is lost and that cannot answer for want of sight of the sd Writing; Whereupon this Court considering the matter have dismist the suit; the Plt. not producing the sd Written Agreemt., and grant non suit against him to the sd ALEXANDR: DONIPHAN to be paid wth: all cost of suit als: Ex: from wch: Judgmt. the Plt. appeals to his Excellency the Governr: & the Honr: Councell for a rehearing on the 5th: day of the next Genrll Court
- WM. POWELL together wth: RALPH WHITING enter themselves in an assumps of 9000 lbs, of tobb: to prosecute the appeale
- ALEXANDR: DONIPHAN together wth: Mr, JAMES HARISON enter themselves an assumpsit of 9000 lbs. of Tobb: to answer the sd appeale

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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 50)
At a Court held for Richmond County 6th of April 1693
- Order is granted against the Sheriff to WM, POWELL for Two thousand pounds of Cobb: in caste. One thousand sweet scented & one thousand Orenoco for the non appearance of JAMES RAY
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 81)
At a Court held for Richmond County 3rd of May 1693
- Reff. granted intr: WM. POWELL Plt & JAMES KEY Deft. till next Court
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 94)
At a Court held for Richmond County 3d of August 1693
- Order is granted against the Sheriff to REBECCA TOMLIN for the non appearance of WM. POWELL for 2000 lbs. of Cobb: according to Declaration, Attachmt. hereon is granted to the Sheriff
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 97)
At a Court held for Richmond County 4th of October 1693
- Reff granted between Mrs. REBECCA TOMLIN Plt. & WILLIAM POWELL Deft. till next Court. the Deft, pleading that Capt. GEORGE TAYLER is evidence is very sick
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 106)
At a Court held for Richmond County 7th of December 1693
- Non suit is granted to WM. POWELL against Mrs. REBECCA TONLIN, no person arriving to prosecute, to be paid wth: cost
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 125)
At a Court held for Richmond County 4th of April 1694
- Order is granted against the Sheriff to WM: POWELL for the non appearance HEN: PLUNKETT accord: to Declaration, Attachmt. hereon is granted to the Sheriff
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1692-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 1 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 125)
At a Court held for Richmond County 6th of June 1694
- This day HENRY PLUNKETT confessed Judgmt. to WM. POWELL for Five hundred pounds of tobb: upon Bill; wch: this Court have ordered to be paid with cost of suit als. Ex.
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Order Book; Antient Press: Page 76)
At a Court held for Richmond County 9th of August 1695
- Refference is granted between FRANCIS THORNTON as Exr. of WILLIAM POWELL Plantiff and HUGH FRENCH Defendant till next Court held &c.
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Order Book; Antient Press: Page 81)
At a Court held for Richmond County 9th of August 1695
- Refference is granted between HUGH FRENCH Plantiff and FRANCIS THORNTON as Admr. of WILLIAM POWELL, Defendant till next Court &c.
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Order Book; Antient Press: Page 88)
At a Court held for Richmond County 2nd of October 1695
- Judgment is granted to Mr. FRANCIS THORNTON, Ext., of WILLIAM POWELL deced against HUGH FRENCH for One hundred and forty eight pounds of tobacco upon Ballance of Accots to be paid with cost of suit alias Execution
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Order Book; Antient Press: Page 93)
At a Court held for Richmond County 3rd of October 1695
- Nonsuit is granted to Mr. FRANCIS THORNTON as Executor of WILLIAM POWELL deceased against HUGH FRENCH, the Plantiff not appearing to prosecute, to be paid with cost of suit alias Execution 
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1680-1683 Order Book - Northumberland Co Va; (Antient Press): Page 157
- At a Court held for Northumberland County the 18th January 1682/3 Annoque Regni Regis Caroli secundi 2d, 34th &c.
JNO: HUGHES Servant to JNO: WEBB
JOHN HUGHES a poor Orphant is bound by this Court an Apprentice to JOHN WEBB and ordered to serve his Master untill he attaynes the age of one and twenty yeares his said Master allowing him duringe the said tearme all such things as are necessary for an Apprentice to have and to instruct him soe farr as he is able in the mistery of a Miller
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1683-1686 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3; [Antient Press]; Page 260
Northumberland County Court 19th of March 1684/5
- HUGHES's land to be devided
Whereas THOMAS HUGHES [who being at age] petitioned this Court that the land devised unto him by the Last Will and Testament of his deceased Father and his Brother, JOHN HUGHES, might be devided between them according to the tenor of the said Will, it is ordered that Capt. JOHN HAYNIE some time between this and the next Court devide the same
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 303/1
At a Court held for Northumb'I'd County the 20th day of July Anno Dom. 1704
JOHN GRAHAM was Attached to Answ' THOMAS BARNES at Aug't Court 1702 of A Plea why he by force and Armes into One Certaine Plantac'on & tract of Land Conteyning about One hundred Acres of Land with the appurtenances now or late in the possession of NICHOLAS LISCOME lying & being in the Parish of St Stephens in the said County which RALPH HUGHS by his Prochein Amy MARY HUGHS demnifed to him the said THOMAS BARNES for a Terme not Yett Expired did Enter and him from the said Plantac'on Land & p[re]misses did Eject & other Enormities to him did doe to the Great Dam'age of him the said THOMAS BARNES and ag't the Peace of o'r Sou'gne Lady the Queen that now is etc. And whereupon the said THOMAS BARNES by GEORGE ESKRIDGE his Attorney Complaines that whereas the said RALPH HUGHS by his Prochein Amy afores'd on the Twenty first day of March last past being the Day of the Annunciac'on of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the s'd County did Demise unto the s'd THOMAS BARNES the plantac'on Land & p[re]misses aforemenc'oned with the appurten'ces to be held by him the said THOMAS BARNES & his Assignes from the first day of March then last past untill the Terme & time of three Yeares then next comeing should by fully Compleate & ended by Vertue of which demise the afores'd THOMAS BARNES into the Plantac'on Lands and p[re]misses afores'd with the appurten'ces did Enter and was thereof possessed and being soe possessed the aforesaid JOHN GRAHAM afterwards (to witt) on the Second day of May last past with force and Armes etc. into the said Plantac'on Land & p[re]misses with the appurtenances which the said RALPH HUGHS by his Prochein Amy aforesaid to the said THOMAS BARNES in manner as afores'd did Demise for the Terme afores'd which is not yett Expired did Enter and him the said THOMAS therefrom did Eject & other Enormities to him did do to his great Dam'age etc. And Ag't the Peace etc. Whereupon he saith that he is damnified & dam'age hath to the sum'e of fifty pounds Sterl. and thereof hath brought suit etc. as alsoe for her Matjes Writt of habere facias possessionem. And at a Court held for the said County the Seventeenth day of September 1702 HUGH CALLAN made Oath in Court that on the Eighteenth day of Aug't then last he had served the said NICHOLAS LISCOMB Tenant in possession with a Coppy of the Plts Declaracion & Endorsem't thereon It was then Ordered that unless the said NICHOLAS LISCOME Tenant in possession of those under whome he Claimed should appeare at the then next Court haveing notice of the said Order by the Sheriffe and make himselfe Deft in the Stead and place of the said JOHN GRAHAM & Confesse Lease Entry & Ouster & insist only upon the Tryall of the Title that Judgm't should then pass ag't him by Default. And att a Court held for the said County the twenty third day of October 1702 the said NICHOLAS LISCOME Tenant as afores'd appeared & prayed by DAN'LL MCCARTY his Attorney to be admitted Deft in the Roome of JOHN GRAHAM afores'd and was accordingly admitted and Confessed Lease etc. as afores'd And pleaded that he never had any Notice of the Cond'll Judgm't neither doth it appeare by any Returne by the Sheriffe into Court that he had any notice thereof as by Law he ought to have had Conceived himselfe therefore not obleidged to Answ' the Suit etc. And Whereupon RICHARD ROBINSON the then Subsheriffe at the Plts request made Oath that the Order of the Last Court BARNES Lessee etc. ag't GRAHAM in an Acc'on of Ejecc'one firme he did give NICHOLAS LISCOME the Tenant in possession notice thereof by readeing it to him the day before the Succeeding Court on which Attestation the Court Conceived that the Def't had sufficient Notice And the Deft thereupon prayed Speciall Imparlance till the next Court which was granted and at a Co't held for the said County the Eighteenth day of March 1702/3 the suit was Continued the Justices then sitting in the Court being devided in their Opinions One halfe Conceiveing that the Minor by his procheine Amy or any other was & the other that he was not Qualified to give a Lease And in May and February Courts then next Succeeding the said Suit was againe Continued for that the Justices were then alsoe divided-it their opinions for likeCause & in like manner as before And at a Court held the Sixteenth day of March 1703/4 the Court then adjudged that the Acc'on was well brought & well lay etc. And Ordered that the Deft should plead over whereupon he prayed further day to Answ' which was granted till the next
Court to be held in June Court 1704 (the Defts Attorney being Sick) the said Cause was Continued till the following Court And now at this Co't Came aswell the said THOMAS BARNES etc. the Plit as the afores'd NICHOLAS LISCOMB Deft And the said Def't by his said Attorney said that he was not Guilty in manner and forme as the Plt ag't him hath declared And of this putt himselfe upon the Country and the said THOMAS BARNES likewise Therefore it was Commanded the Sheriffe to sum'on a Jury etc. And the Sheriffe hath returned twelve etc. Who: (to witt) THOMAS HUGHLETT, PITTS CURTIS, DENNIS VOLLEN, DAVID STRAUGHAN, RICHARD TULLOS, THOMAS DOWNING, HENRY DAWSON, JOHN LAURENCE, THOMAS MILLER, RICHARD NUTT, BARTHOLL' SCHREEVER and JOHN POPE honest and lawfull men etc. Impannelled and Sworne to deliver the Truth in the p[re]misses upon their said Oaths doe say Wee of the Jury being sworne to try a matter depending betweene THOMAS BARNES Plt and NICHOLAS LISCOME Deft Wee doe find the above s'd LISCOME is on and upon the said Land which THOMAS BARNES by the Right of RALPH HUGHS Layeth Title too And the Councell on both Sides having argued matter of law the Plt in Court produced the Will of THOMAS HUGHS the Elder father of THOMAS HUGHS the father of RALPH HUGHS who by his Procheine Amy etc. as afores'd brought this Suite Which said TOMAS HUGHS the Elder by his said Will devised his Land Equally to be divided betweene his two Sons THOMAS and JOHN HUGHS only without any further Estate the Court Conceives (the said THOMAS being the Elder brother) that the words of the said Devise in the said Will amounts noe further then an Estate for life to JOHN HUGHS (under whose title the Deft Claimes) who being dead his title is determined & the fee remaines to RALPH HUGH (the Son'e of THOMAS HUGHS the Younger dec'ed) who by his said Procheine Amy brought Suit as afores'd by Right of Inheritance It's therefore Considered that the said THOMAS BARNES Lessee etc. as aforesaid Recover ag't the s'd NICHOLAS LISCOMB his Terme of time Yett to Come & unexpired in the plantac'on afores'd with the appurten'ces together with his Dam'ages thereby occasioned and it is Com'anded the Sheriffe of this County of Northumberland that without delay he give unto the said THO. BARNES the Plit afores'd the possession of his Terme afores'd yett to Come of and in the Plantac'on with the appurten'ces afores'd and make due returne thereof etc. And because it is unknowne to the Court what dam'ages the afores'd THOMAS hath Susteyned by Occasion of the pr[e]misses therefore it is Com'anded the said Sheriffe that by the Oaths of Honest and Lawfull Men of his County he dilligently Enquire what dam'ages the said THOMAS hath Sustained as well by Occasion of the p[re]misses afores'd as of his Costs and Charges by him in and about this Suit Expended And alsoe that he make due returne of the Inquisic'on afores'd Together with the Writt of o'r Sou'gne Lady the Queene directed to him therefore etc. from which Ord'r the Deft Appeales to a heareing before his Excellency the Gov'r and the Honor'ble Councell the Second day of the next Generall Court which is granted he giveing Caution to prosecute his said Appeale.
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1687-1698 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 752/8
At a Court held for Northumberland County December 16, 1696
JOHN HEWES this day acknowledged a Deed of Sale for one hundred acres of land (more or less) to NICHOLAS LISCOME And the said Deed is by the Court to be recorded. 
Hughes, John (I118432)
 
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1682-1686 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 71
BE IT KNOWN unto all men by these prsents that I JOHN ERWIN of ye Parish of Sittingborn & County of Rappa: doe firmly give and sett over all my right of one young heifer marked with a hole in the left ear & a cross and a slitt in the right & a nick underneath she being a black pyed heifer aged about one yeare & a halfe unto ROBERT NEWBORN my God Child being the Sonn of ROBERT and SARAH NEWBORN liveing in the County of Rappa: and Parish of Sittinbern; Furthermore the said ROBERT NEWBORN doth engadg the feamall increase of the heifer to be the Childs own and for every two males as she brings the said NEWBORN is to restore one feamle unto his Son until he comes to 16 years of age and afterwards is to have the whole increase being the God Child of me JOHN ERWIN Given under my hand this 3rd September 1683 Signed sealed and delivd. in the prsence of us
EDWARD MATHEWS, JOHN ERWIN
RICHARD DRAKE
Recordatr xx4 die Septembris 1683 Test THO: NEW Cl Cur p temp
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1686-1688 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 311-313
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I FRANCIS TAYLER and ELIZABETH TAYLER Wife to the sd FRANCIS TAYLER, both of the County of Rappa:, for diverse causes and in consideration of Two thousand five hundred pounds of Tobb: already in hand reced have sold from us & either of us unto ROBERT NEWBURNE of the said County his heires forever a certain parcell of land conteying One hundred acers being in the County aforesaid being part of a Patent of land granted to CHARLES SNEAD deced for 883 acers bearing date 18th March 1662, Beginning at a certaine small schrubby red Oake in the head line in the sd Grand Divident being the corner tree to a certain parcell of land sold to ROBT. KING deced, out of the aforesd. Patent conteyning 22) acers and extending itself thence over the main branch of CHARLES BEAVER DAM thence down the sd branch and over the maine branch again S. W. to the first station he the sd NEWBURN his heires paying every yeare such quitrents and services as shall become due and payable for the same And Furthermore it is agreed upon by all the parties to these presents that he the sd NEWBURNE his heires may peaceably and quietly possess the same without the lett or disturbance of either of them the said FRANCIS or ELIZABETH or their heires and shall acknowledge these presents in open Court when they shall be thereunto required by the said ROBERT NEWBURNE In Witness whereof we the sd FRANCIS TAYLER and ELIZABETH TAYLER have sett our hands and fixed our Seales this 19th day of February Ano Dom 1686 the True Intent and meaning is that we the Subscribers do warrant the sd land from any person or persons that shall lay any manner of claime or title unto the same as Witness our hand &c. Signed sealed in the presents of us
JAMES BALLARD, FRANCIS TAYLER his marke
HAWKINS SNEAD ELIZA: TAYLER her marke
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa: 2 die Marty 1686/7 et record 24th die
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ELIZABETH TAYLER, Wife of FRANCIS TAYLER, do hereby authorize and impower my Brother, THOMAS SNEAD, to be true and lawfull Attorney to acknowledge the sale of a parcell of land containing One hundred acers unto ROBERT NEWBURNE, Plantr., and do hereby declare my voluntary consent to the sale thereof As Witness my hand and seale this 2d day of March 1686
Witness JAMES HARRISON, ELIZA TAYLER her marke
ALEX. DONIFAN
Record Cur Com Rappa 24th die Mardi 1686/7
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I FRANCIS TAYLER and ELIZABETH are firmly bound unto ROBT. NEWBURNE his heires in the full sum of Five thousand pounds of Tobb: and caske which payment we bind ourselves joyntly and severally In Witness whereof we have sett our hands and seals the 19th day of February 1686
The Condicon of this obligation is such that if the above bound FRANCIS and ELIZABETH TAYLER or either of them at all times keep harmless the abovesd NEWBURNE from any persons under them or any other person what shall disturbe or lay claime to a parcell of land which the above NEWBURNE lately purchased of the above FRAN: and ELIZA: his Wife by a conveyance bearing date with these presents that then this pre-
sent obligation to be voide or else to stand in full effect
Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of us
JAMES ORCHARD FRAN: TAYLER his marke
HAWKINS SNEAD ELIZA: TAYLER her marke
Recordr in Cur Com Rappa: 24th day 1686/7
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1714 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 262-264
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I MARY NEWBURNE, the Wife of ROBT, NEWBURNE of the Parish of Sittenburne in the County of Richmond have appointed and in my place do constitute my loving Friend, JOHN JENINGS, to appeare before the Worspll, Court of said County and acknowledge my Right of Dower and Thirds of and in One hundred acres of land sold by my Husband to JOHN KNIGHT, confirming and holding for firme and all my said Attorney shall do in the premises in as large & ample manner as if I were personally present my selfe, As Wittness my hand & seale this 4th day of Augt. 1714
Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
WALTER DAVIS, MARY the marke of NEWBURNE
FRANCIS his marke TAYLER
This Lre. of Attorney was proved in Richmond County Court the 4th day of August 1714 by the oathes of WALTER DAVIS and FRANCIS TAYLER, wittnesses thereto and admitted to Record
Test THOS: DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
THIS INDENTURE made the Third day of August in the yeare of our Lord one thousand seven hundred &Fourteen° Betweene ROBERT NEWBURNE of the Parish of Sittenburne in the County of Richmond of one part and JOHN KNIGHT and ANNE his Wife of the same Parish and County of the other part; Wittnesseth that ROBERT NEWBURNE as well for the sume of Five pounds Sterling in money to him in hand paid by JOHN KNIGHT and ANNE his Wife as the natural! love & fatherly affection he hath and beareth for and towards them the sd. JOHN and ANNE and for divers other good causes & considerations him thereunto espetially moving by these presents doth bargaiane sell and transfer unto JOHN KNIGHT his heirs all that plantation tract of land containing one hundred acres whereon said ROBERT NEWBURNE now liveth scituate in the Parish and County aforesaid and bounded, Begining att a Shrubby red Oake in the head line of a Patent belonging to CHARLES SNEAD, and corner tree to a parcellof land sould by said SNEAD to ROBERT KING deced, and runing thence over the Maine Branch of a Deep Branch, thence dowse the said Branch and over the Maine Branch againe South West one hundred eighty three perches to a white Oak, thence South East eighty seven perches and an halfe to a red Oak in KINGs line, thence along KINGs line North East one hundred eighty three perches to the first station, being formerly purchased by the said ROBERT NEWBURNE of FRANCIS TAYLER and is part of a Patent granted unto CHARLES SNEAD for Eighty hundred Eighty three acres, Together with all houses orchards fences profitts and appurtenances belonging; and the rents issues and profitts thereof; To have and to hold the One hundred acres of land to said JOHN KNIGHT his heirs, And ROBERT NEWBURNE and his heires the bargained and sold premises against all persons will warrant and for ever defend by these presents; except and always reserved out of this present demise two acres of land whereon a Water Mill belonging to WM. GRIFFIN now stands to him the said ROBERT NEWBURNE his heirs; In Wittness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably sett their hands and wales the day and year first above written
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
JOHN the marke of JENINGS ROBERT the marke of NEWBURNE
THOS: DICKENSON
At a Court held for Richmond County ye 4th day of August 1714
ROBERT NEWBURNE in open Court acknowledged this his Deed unto JOHN KNIGHT and it was admitted to Record; Also JOHN JENINGS by virtue of a Power of Atto: from MARY NEWBURNE. the Wife of the said ROBERT NEWBURNE, to him in the behalfe made, appeared in Court and relinquished her the sd, MARY's Right of Dower in the land conveyed in this Deed to the within named JOHN KNIGHT which is also ordered to be recorded
Test THOS: DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
Memorandum: That on the (blank) day of August one thousand seven hundred and fourteene Livery and Seizin of the Lands with ye appurtenances in this Deed mentioned was duely executed in & upon ye same lands by the delivery of Turf & Twigg by ye within named ROBERT NEWBURNE to ye within named JOHN KNIGHT according to ye tenor forme & effect of the within Deed in the presence of us whose names are hereunto subscribed
WALTER DAVIS
FRANCIS his marke TAYLOR
Acknowledged in Richmond County Court the fourth day of August 1714 by ROBERT NEWBURNE and ordered to be recorded
Test THOS: DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN KNIGHT of Richmond County doe owe & am bound unto ROBERT NEWBURNE of the said County or MARY his Wife in the full and just sume of Tenn thousand pounds of good tobacco in Cask tothe which payment well and truly to be made I bind my selfe my heirs firmly by these presents; Sealed with my Seal & dated this 2th day of Augt. 1714
THE CONDITION of the above obligation is such that whereas ROBERT NEWBURNE haveing made over unto JOHN KNIGHT Ninty Eight acres of land & all other his goods n. d chattles for the maintainance of him and his Wife, MARY, dureing their lives, Now if the abovesaid JOHN KNIGHT doth hereafter well & truly find and provide for ROBERT NEWBURNE and MARY his Wife good wholesom diet washing lodging wolling & lining Cloaths & do maintaine them Christian like dureing their lives, that then this present obligation is to be void and of none effect otherwise to stand and remaine in full force power & virtue
Signed Sealed and Delivd, in presence of
JNO; DAVIS JUNR, JOHN his marke KNIGHT
MARY her marke JAMES
Att a Court held for Rich and County the 4th day of August 1714
JOHN KNIGHT in open Court acknowledged this his Bond unto ROBERT NEWBURNE and it was admitted to RecordTest THOS: DICKENSON, Dept, CI Cur
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1714-1715 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 64
THIS INDENTURE made this first day of June in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifteen Between ROBERT NEWBOURNE and JOHN KNIGHT, both of Sittenbourne Parish in ye County of Richmond, Planters, of ye one part and MARK HANDERSON of said Parish and County, Planter, of other part; Witnesseth that ROBERT NEWBOURNE and JOHN KNIGHT in consideracon of One thousand pounds of tobacco to them in hand paid by these prsents do bargain and sell unto MARK HANDERSON his heirs a certain parcel of land containing Ninety eight acres, it being formerly One hundred acres until two acres thereof was sold to WILLIAM GRIFFIN to build a Mill on, lying and being in County aforesd., being part of a Dividend of Land containing Eight hundred and Eighty three acres granted to CHARLES SNEADE deceas'd, by Patent hearing date the Eighteenth of March in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred and Sixty two, butting and bounding as in and by the said Patent relating being thereunto made may more fully appear; with all houses tobacco houses orchards and appurtenances to the same belonging, To have and to hold the Ninety eight acres of Land with all its appurtenances unto MARK HANDERSON his heirs free and clear from all Incumbrances whatsoever; And ROBERT NEWBOURNE and JOHN KNIGHT their heirs & shall warrant and for ever defend by these p seats; And the said JOHN KNIGHT and ROBERT NEWBOURNE shall in due time and form of Law acknowledge this present Deed of Bargain and Sale before the Worshipful! the Court to be held for the County of Richmond, And that the Wife of the said JOHN KNIGHT shall then and there relinquish her right and title of dower in the granted p:misses; Provided always that MARK HANDERSON his heirs shall at his or their own proper charges pay and discharge the Quit Rents or other duties which shall become due to the Lord or Lords of the Fee or Fees thereof; In Witness whereof the said JOHN KNIGHT and ROBERT NEWBOURNE have hereunto affixed their seals and subscribed their names the day & year first above written Seal'd and Delivered in ye presence of us
JOHN CHAMPE JOHN KNIGHT his marke
,JOHN HILL ROBARTT his marke NUBORNE
Att a Court held for Richmond County the first day of June 1715
JOHN KNIGHT and ROBERT NEWBOURNE came into Court and acknowledged this their Deed unto MARK ANDERSON and it was admitted to Record; Also ANNE KNIGHT, Wife of the sd, JOHN KNIGHT and MARY NUBORNE, Wife of the sd; ROBERT NEWBORNE came into Court & relinquished their right of Dower in the land conveyed in this Deed unto the sd: MARK ANDERSON wch, was also admitted to Record
Test M BECKW ITH, CI Cur
 
Newburne, Robert (I117067)
 
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1683-1686 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3; [Antient Press]; Page 210
Northumberland County Court 16th of January 1683/4
- PITTS his Comm. of Admon
A Commission of Administration is granted Mr. JOSIAS PITTS who marryed REBECCA, the Daughter of Mr. WILLIAM THOMAS, deceased, on the Estate of the said THOMAS, he giveing caution according to Law
- The Bond JOSIAS PITTS, JAMES CLAUGHTON and JAMES JOHNSON doe oblige themselves joyntly and severally in the penall sum of forty thousand pounds of tobacco and caske that JOSIAS PITTS shall duly administer on the Estate WILLIAM THOMAS, deceased, and exhibite an Inventory thereof according to Law
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1654-1800 Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills [Augusta B. Fothergill]; Page 35
ORCHARD, JAMES, 24 April 1694; 29 September 1703.
Estate to wife Rebecca; land on Totusky between Westmoreland and Richmond counties.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 683 [1 Nov. 1688]
Josiah Pitt and Rebecca ux. and Samll. Bonam an infant per Jno. Baker per cheancey [chancery?] vs. Wm. Payne. Referd.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 683 [1 Nov. 1688]
Josiah Pit and Rebeccah uxor. and Sam: Bonum Junr. per Jno. Baker, prochein amy , vs. William Payne. The plaintiffs per Dennys Cartey their atturnie demand a tract of land containing 150 acres. The defendant by Robert Brent his atturnie requires of Cartey some authoritie or letter of atturnie whereby hee is legally enabled to demand the land, Josiah Pitt being absent and his wife Rebeccah under covert, to which Cartey replyes that hee hath paid for the recording of-a letter of atturnie from Pitt constituteirig Cartey his atturnie in all matters whars0ever that shall concerne Pitt in Virginia, that by the same letter of atturnie recorded in the Generall Court hee hath recovered lands for the use of Pitt in this Countie and produceth in Court a receipt for payment of the charge of recording the same. But the Court are of the opinion that hee hath made noe legall power appear to them whereby to demand the lands and nonsuite the plaintiffs. From which judgment Dennys Cartey appeales to the fifth day of the next Generall Court with whome Mr. Robert Carter became securitie, and John Minor with the defendant William Payne.
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1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript];
Pages 178a-179. 20 June 1698. James Orchard and Rebecca my wife, Samll. Bonum, Margarett Rust widow, and Thomas Bonum to George Eskridge of Youcomoco in Cople Parish. For 5 shillings to each. All interest in 150 acres by virtue of the last will of John Powell or otherwise. John Powell late of Youcomoco in Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, pattented 150 acres in Youcomoco formerly in the tenure of William Clements and late of William Paine, both deceased. John Powell made his last will and thereby devised the aforesaid land unto Joanna his then wife for her life and after her decease to the children of his two daughters in law Rebecca Thomas and Margarett Bonum equally. Joanna likewise dyed, whereby the said land came unto the children of Rebecca and Margarett. Rebecca Thomas had only one daughter, named Rebecca, now married to Mr. James Orchard. Margarett Bonum had children Sarah, since dead, Margarett, since intermarried to William Rust junr, deceased, Thomas, and Rebecca Bonum, since intermarried with George Eskridge.
James Orchard Rebecca Orchard
Samuel Bonum Margarett Rust
Thomas Bonum
Wit: John Tanner.
26 Oct. 1698. Acknowledged by James Orchard, Rebecca Orchard, Samuel Bonum, Margarett Rust and Thomas Bonum.
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 76
Westmoreland County Court 24th of February 1708/09
- SUTTLE v BONAM &c.
It was commanded JOHN STURMAN, Gent., Sheriffofthe said County that he should summon THOMAS BONAM and REBECCA his Wife, Executrix of JAMES ORCHARD, deceased, to answer JOHN SUTTLE of a Plea that they render to him the surne ofthree thousand one hundred twenty nine pounds oftobacco, &c., and the Sheriffhaveing returned cepi corpus but for that the Defendants failed to appeare and noe baile is returned, upon motion ofJOHN SUTTLE, Conditionall Order is granted against the Sheriffreturnable and to be proceeded in according to Law
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 76
Westmoreland County Court 24th of February 1708/09
- STURMAN. Sheriff v BONMAN p SUTTLE
JOHN STURMAN, Gent.,
Sheriff of the County aforesd was commanded to summon THOMAS BONAM and REBECCA his Wife, Executrix ofJAMES ORCHARD, deceased, to answer JOHN SUTTLE ofa Plea that they render to him three thousand one hundred twenty nine pounds oftobacco, and the Sheriffreturned cepi corpus but for that the Defendant failed to appeare and noe baile returned, Conditionall Order passed against the Sheriff according to Law. Wherefore at the instance ofthe Sheriff, an Attachment is granted him against the Estate ofTHOMAS BONAM and REBECCA his Wife, Executrix of JAMES ORCHARD, deceased, returnable and to be proceeded in according to Law
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1718-1721 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 7 [Antient Press]; Page 63
Westmoreland County Court 27th day of May 1719.
PHILPOTT BONAM, Exor. of the last Will and Testament of THOMAS BONAM, Gent. late of the County aforesaid deed. which said THOMAS intermarried with REBECCA the Exorx. of the last Will and Testament of JAMES ORCHARD of the County aforesaid also deed. was summoned to answer at February Court last unto JAMES LAUGHAN of a plea of covenants broken &c. to the Plts. damage three hundred pounds sterling &c. to which said suite the Defendants by DANIEL McCARTY, Esq. his Attorney pleaded in abatement &c. and now at this Court as well he said PHILPOTT BONAM by his Attorney aforesaid as the said JAMES LAUGHAN by GEORGE ESKRIDGE, Gent. his Attorney being present and the whole proceedings in the said cause being read and all pleas replycacons rejoyned &c. fully heard as also all the arguments on both sides fully disputed and abated. Upon mature consideracon
hereof the Court are of opinion that the accon by the Plts. aforesaid against the Defendant aforesaid is not well brought and thereupon do order the same to be dismist
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Lawrence, Henry, {SM} 7th Dec., 1693; 29th July, 1694.
Wife Frances, extx: and sole legatee of estate, real and personal.
Test: Jeremy Jadwin of Va., Rebecca Orchard, Nath'l Garland. 2.324.
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1693-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 2; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 72)
THIS INDENTURE made the Fourth day of September 1694 Between JAMES ORCHARD of WESTMORELAND County, Plantr., & REBECCA his Wife of the one partie and JOHN MORTON of NORTHUMBERLAND, Planter, of the other party; Witnesseth that the said JAMES ORCHARD and REBECCA his Wife for the sum of Seven thousand pounds of tobacco in cask to them in hand paid have sold unto him the said JOHN MORTON his heirs or assigns forever one tract of land containing One hundred Fifty and seven acres of Land being in the County of Richmond and was part and was taken out of HARMAN SKELDERMANs Seat or Tract of Land and by the said HARMAN sold unto PATRICK NORTON and was twice sold by the said PATRICK to WILLIAM MOSS & by the said WILLIAM MOSS in and by his last Will & Testament given and bequeathed to his Daughter, ELIZABETH, which was by the said ELIZABETH and her Husband, JOHN CRASKE, sold the said land to the said JAMES ORCHARD, being butted and bounded as followeth on the Main Run of RAPPA. CREEK beginning at a Hickory corner tree on a point not far from the said Run and extending thence through the Main Pocoson of the same N: to a white Oak in the said SKELDERMANs line, thence West South to a Stump by a Spring, thence W So: to a small red Oak, thence East to a Maple in the Fork of a branch, thence down the said branch its several courses being brought into a strait line is East No to a small tre€ by the said branch side, then ce S. E. to the first station, Together with all edifices woods profitts and appurtinances, To have and to hold the said Land to him the said JOHN MORTON forever, And I the said JAMES ORCHARD and REBECCA my Wife do promise to warrant to defend the said tract of land with the appurtinances from claims of any persons whatsoever, the said JOHN MORTON and his assigns forever paying the yearly Fee Rent due for the same In Witness whereof we have sett our hand and fixed our seale Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of us
DAVID CONNIER, JAMES ORCHARD
WILLIAM GREENSTEAD, his mark REBECCA ORCHARD
Recognitr: in Cur Com Rich: 7 die 9brs: 1694 et record 25th die
(ORCHARD Power of Attorney)
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I REBECCA ORCHARD, Wife of JAMES ORCHARD do constitute and appoint my loving Freind, NEBUCHODONOZOR JONES to be my true and lawful! Attorney in my place to acknowledge unto JOHN MORTON my part of a parcell of land sold by my Husband, JAMES ORCHARD, containing One hundred fifty and seven acres as by a Deed bearing date the 4th of September in the year 1694 will more at large appear and what my said Attorney doth to be as well as if I were there myself as Witness my hand and seal this 3d day of fiber: in the year 1694
Signed sealed & delivered in presence of us
JOHN MORE his mark REBECCA ORCHARD
STEPHEN BEAMAN his mark
Record Test WM. COLSTON, CI Cur 
Thomas, Rebecca (I24770)
 
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1685/6-1687 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 5 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 502 [26 May 1686]
Samuel Read petitions to the Court that hee is very lame by reason of shotts receaved from the Indians and not able to workem which being proved the Court from this time exempt him from paying any levyes.

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Grant
Title Read, Samuel.
Publication 7 September 1695.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck
Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Grantee(s): Read, Samuel...
Description: 590 acres.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 186-187 (Reel 288).

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Grant
Title Read, Samuel.
Publication 7 September 1695.
Gen. note [Note: In the text, the christian names of both grantees are once given as Daniel].
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck
Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Grantee(s): Read, Samuel and Brown, David.
Description: 590 acres escheat land. Beginning at a point called the Wading Place opposite to the land of Capt. John Washington.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 186-187 (Reel 288). 
Read, Samuel (I30763)
 
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1687-1689 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 55
Atta Court held for Rappa: County the 7th day of March 1687 /8
- Ordered that the Sub Sheriff do summons EVAN JONES Survayour of the High Wayes on the North side St. Marys Parish &: SARAH BARTHOLOMEW personally to appeare at the next Court held for this County to answer the presentment severally given in against them by JAMES TAYLOR one of the Grand Jury for this County

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1689-1693 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2 [Antient Press];
pp. KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee BARTHOLEMEW and CHARLES FLEMMiNGE of ye County of RAPPAHANACK have sold unto Capta. MALACHY PEALE a Certain tract of land of Three hundred &fifteen acres &doe by these presents sell the aforesaid Tract it beinge in ye freshes of ye RAPPAHANOCK of ye North side of the River the said lande beinge by Mr. JOHN & GEORGE MOTT unto PETER GALLEN & ye said PETER GALLEN demised unto THOMAS CHAPMAN & by he said THOMAS CHAPMAN sold unto JOHN FOSSAKER & made over from ye said JOHN FOSSAKER unto JOHN BARTHOLOMEW & FLEMMINGE as may by Deeds & writeings more att large appease ye said tract of land beinge part of a Divident formerly belonginge to JOHN &GEORGE MOTT above named heginninge att a Corner tree by a Path side & runninge N. to PAZBETANZE BRANCHES thence over Stony hill So. East to a red oake thence South divideinge this land from ye lande of Mr. JOHN CREEDE to a corner Red oake by ye Swamp as au Ea, & thence where it first begun being survaid by MR. GEORGE MORRIS To Have and To Hold from ye said JOHN BARTHOLOMEW & CHARLES FLEMMINGE or either of us wee owninge to have reced of Capt. PEALE ye sume of five thousand five hundred pounds of Tobacco & Caske. In Wiliness whereof we have putt our handes & Seales this 12th day of November 1690. In presence of SAMP DORRELL. JOHN BARTHOLOMEW
JOSHUA DAVIS, THEODIRICK BLANDE CHARLES FLEMMINGE KNOW ALL MEN by these prevents that we SARAH BARTHOLOMEW Wife of JOHN BARTHOLOMEW & ELIZABETH FLEMMINGE Wife to CHARLES FLEMMINGE doe acknowledge & for ever relinquish our thirds or Dower to ye within premisses as Wittness our hands ye 12th of November 1690
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1693-1694 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 2; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 78-80
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee JOHN BARTHEMEW and CHARLES FLEMING of the County of RAPPAH: have sold unto Capt. MALACHI PEALE a certain tract of land containing Three hundred and fifty acres and do by these presents sell unto the aforesaid Capt. PEALE of STAFFORD County his heirs or assigns the aforesaid Tract of Land it being and lying in the Freshes of Rappa. and on the North side the River, the said land being formerly sold by Mr. JOHN and GEO MOTT unto PETER GALLEN and by the said GALLEN demised unto THO. CHAPMAN and by the said CHAPMAN sold and made over unto JOHN FOSAKER and made over from the said FOSAKER unto the above named JOHN BARTHELEMEW & FLEMING as may by Deeds and Writings more at large appear, the said parcell of land being and lying in the aforesaid County being prt of a Devident formerly belonging to JOHN and GEO: MOTT abovenamed beginning at a corner tree by a PATH side & running North to PASBETANZCE BRANCHES, thence over STONY HILL. S E. 3d. E: to a red Oak, thence South deviding this Land from the Land of Mr JOHN CREED. to a corner red Oak by the Swamp as at East and thence where it first began, being surveyed by Mr. GEO. MORRIS; To have and to hold the said Land & every part thereof from us the said JOHN BARTHOLOMEW & CHARLES FLEMING or either of us our heirs wee owning to have received of Capt. PEALE the sum of Five thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco in cask for the aforesaid Land, In Consideration whereof wee the said BARTHOLOMEW & FLEMING doth hereby firmly bind ourselves our heirs or assigns jointly & severally in the forfeiture of Eleven thousand pounds of merchantable tobacco and cask to warrant the sd land unto the said Capt., PEALE his heirs and assigns forever with all rights as likewise to give unto the said PEALE his heirs or assigns any such lawfull assurance as either he his heirs or either of their learned Conn cell at Law can require at all times In Witness whereof we have hereunto put our hands and seals this 12th day of November in the year of our Lord 1690
Signed sealed & delivered in presence of us
(BARTHOLOMEW & FLEMING Relinqushmt of Dower)
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee SARAH BARTHOLOMEW, Wife to JOHN BARTHOLOMEW, & ELIZABETH FLEMING, Wife to CHARLES FLEMING, do acknowledge & for ever relinquish our Thirds Right and Title of Dower to the within mentioned premisses as witness our hands
Test JAMES HEARSE SARAH BARTLEMEW
RICHD: BRYON ELIZ: FLEMING
The within mentioned Deed or Sale of Land was by the sd JOHN BARTELMEW and CHARLES FLEMING with SARAH and ELIZABETH their Wives acknowledged unto the aforesaid Capt. MALACHI PEALE in the County Court of STAFFORD on the 12th day of November Ana: Dom: & was then recorded by me
JAMES HEARSE, Dep. Cur pr die 
Bartholomew, Sarah MNU (I137961)
 
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 663 [25 July 1688]
Joseph Toping executor of Jane Rabley executrix Thomas Rabley per Dennis Cartey atturny vs. Edwd. Dudleston who marryed Mary the relict and executrix of Robert Vaulx. The plaintiff demanding £4.15.6 sterling money, but the Court are of opinion that the suite abate and dismis the cause.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 680 [31 Oct. 1688]
The last will and testament of Alexander Gorges was brought into Court-by his executrix Mary Gorges alias Duddleston and proved by Isaac Jackson, one of the witnesses. It was petitioned by the executrix that further proofe might be made by William Thompson, Clerke, who by reason of his spirituall imployment cannot att present attend the Court, as alsoe for other most urgent occasions. The Court order that Capt. John Lord, Capt. Lawrence Washington, Mr. William Bridges are impowered to administer an oath to William Thompson whereby hee may depose that hee did see this will signed, sealed and published by the defunct Alexander Gorges and that hee was att the doeing thereof of sound minde and memory and make returne of their proceedings to the next Court.
 
Duddlestone, Edward (I23834)
 
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 677 [26 Sept. 1688]
Att the last Court the care of the estate of Sarah Blagden, who was then missing, was comitted to William Booth and John Blagden and now the Court being certainly informed that shee was lately murthered and William Booth petitioning this Court that hee might have the trust of the estate as also of young Sarah Blagden, the orphant, the Court grant the same provided he enter into bond. Andrew Monrowe and Thomas Monjoy with William Booth doe assume in 30,000 pounds of tobacco
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Westmoreland County Wills pg 32
BOOTH, WILLIAM, 2 October 1702 ; 25 November 1702.
Wife Elizabeth 200 acres of land and at her death to Mary daughter of Law. Abingdon;
to Alexander Webster one gold ring and Ann his wife 15 shillings ;
to Sarah wife of Capt. Benj. Berryman 3 half crowns;
to Thomas Shaw one gun ;
sister in law Sarah dau. of John Blagdon late of this county deceased to be exx.;
Alexander Webster truste
 
Blagdon, Sarah (I136830)
 
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1689-1690 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press]; Page 111 (contd) Court held 13th November 1690
909 - 913 SAMSON DARRELL who married the daughter of Capt. JOHN NORGRAVE deced and is the only Sister living of WILLIAM NORGRAVE son and heire of John Norgrave complaining sheweth that John Norgrave did by his last will & Testament in writing under his hand and seale dated the 23d of January 1669 gave and bequeathed his lands in this county to his loving wife FRANCES Vizt six hundred acres more or less Scituate lying and being on the South side Potomack Creek where he lived and died for and during her natural live which said Frances afterwards married with Coll. GEORGE MASON by which means during her Coverture George Mason and Frances stood seized for the life of Frances of and in the premises until the 10th day of September 1684 the said George Mason and Frances by their deeds under their hands and seals released the Estate for life and all other their claim or demand in or to the six hundred acres of land and William Norgrave by the deed of release dated as above and acknowledged in Court the 8th of October 1684 will at large appear by virtue of which release William Norgrave as heir to the said Father was seized of and in the said six hundred acres with all its appurtenances in his demesne as of fee and of the same died seized without making any disposition thereof
Wherefore the land descends to the said MARGARET your petitioners wife and that your Petr in right of his wife is Justly seized thereof But soe it is that one SIMON STACEY hath illegally entered upon the land and daily commits trespasses wast and spoiles by cutting downe the Timber breaking up the soile and to your Petrs damage ten thousand pounds of Tobacco Whereupon he brings his suit and prays he may be Ejected and pay costs And Simon Stacey the deft appears in this Court by GERRARD LOWTHER his attorney and confesses and justifies the trespass in the declaration alledged And now forasmuch as Simon Stacey did here produce a Lease of the land from THOMAS WATTS late of this County deced who purchased the deed of sale of the one moiety of the said six hundred acres of land sold and conveyed Whereby it doth appear to this Court that the right of the three hundred acres of land being the moiety of the Quantity of six hundred acres of land comprised in the Lease doth properly belong unto Thomas Watts heirs Therefore tis ordered that the portion or moiety of land shall be divided immediately surveyed and laid out between the heirs of Thomas Watts and Mr. Sampson Darrell according to the direct line and course mentioned in the deed made from William Norgrave to Thomas Watts at the proper costs and charges of the said Watts and heirs and that Samson Darrell pay this costs ..
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1680 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press];
p. 14(25) The Depo: of GEORGE HILTON aged Fifty four yeares or thereabouts saith this 8th of September 1680 That to ye best of your Deponents knowledge there was an agreement made betwixt Coll. MASON and WILLIAM NORGRAVE, that Coll, MASON was to pay Ten thousand pounds of Tobo: for ye Land and to have ye Estate of WM. LONGFORD as was appraised; yor_ Deponent beinge one of ye appraisers: and that Coll. MASON was to pay all ye Debts of ye said mate if ye Estate amounted to soe much and Mr. WM. NORGRAVE was to have salary all ye premisses to ye best of your Deponents memory hee saith, and further said not
GEO: HILTON
Jura et Recordatr: 8th die Septembr: 1680
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1680 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press];
p 17(30) KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WM. NORGRAVE of ye County of Stafford have made and putt & in my stead and place have constituted my Trusty and well beloved Friend, Mr. GEORGE BRENT. of ye same County, to bee my Attorney in a case betwixt mee and Coll. GEO: MASON, beinge contented with and shall hold firme and good all my said Attorney shall lawfully act and doe in ye premisses as Witness my hand this 10th of November 1680
Witness ISACE MASON, WILLIAM NORGRAVE FRANCIS MEEKE
Recorded day & yeare above said
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1680 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press];
P. 21(39) The Depo: of HENRY GIBSON aged 48 yeares or thereabouts sworn and examined with that WILLM: NORGRAVE, Exor.. of WILLM LANGFORD deceased, say unto Coll: GEO. MASON in his owne House about the 29th of October 1677 that be should take ye said WILLM, LANGFORDs Estate after itt was appraised to himselfe, hee discharging all ye said LANGFORDs Debts, as far as ye appraismt; went, allowing ye Sallery yr:of to ye said WILL' NORGRAVE, putting ye said NORGRAVE to noe further trouble nor charge; And furthr; saith not
HENRY GIBSON sign
Jura in Cor: et Recordatr: 10th Novr; 1680

The Depo: of JOSEPH UNISON aged 55 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined saith that about three weeks agoe yor: Depont: asked of WILLM: NORGRAVE why hee would goe to Law with Coll; MASON and would not acknowledge ye Land that was WILLIAM LANGFORDs Land.. that hee had sold to ye Coll;, he answered that hee was willing to doe itt onely they, meaning his Brothers in Law, would not to my understanding and hee durst not for fear of them for they threatened him and further saith not
JOSEPH X UNISON
Jur. in Cur: et Recordatr:

p. 22(40) WILLIAM BANCKES aged Fifty yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined saith that hee demanded Tobo, of Mr. NORGRAVE which was due to Mr. THOMAS BUNBURY by WM: LANGFORD and hee bid mee gee to his Fathr:, MASON, for hee had nothing to doe with la and further saith not
Jur; in Cur; et Rearordatr.

P. 23(40) The Depo: of THOMAS HATHAWAY aged 39 or thereabouts sworne and examined saith that about two yeares past.. WILLM: NORGRAVE was att ye House of yor: Depont: and yor: Depont: did aske ye sd. NORGRAVE for a Gun left as a Legacy by WILLIAM LANGFORD and ye sd_ NORGRAVE answered your must ask my Fathr- MASON, for itt for he hath all and I have sold ye land left by WILL: LANGFORD to mee to my Father. MASON, hee is to pay all ye Debts, and I, HATHAWAY, replied to him, why you were left Exor: and where shall I looke for my gun but of you and further saith net.
THO: HATHAWAY
Jur: in Cur; et Recordatr. 10th Novbr: 1680
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1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press];
pp. 76-77 To all Christian People .. Know ye that I THOMAS WATTS now dwelling & residing in county Richmond do by full & valuable consideration by me in hand already reced of THOMAS GREGG of county Stafford .. have sold all my right title & interest in a certain, parcel of land lying on South side Potomack Creek in county Stafford which land was bought by my Father THOMAS WATTS late of county Stafford deced of WM. NORGROVE late deced conveyed by said Norgrove to my Father by deed bearing date (b].ank) .. 29th March 1701.
Presence Patience x Thomasin, Thos. Watts
Katherine x Hamilton, Thos. Ellzey
May 14th 1701 WILLIAM HEABERD by virtue of a power or Letter of Attorney from Thomas Watts to him comes into Court & acknowledges said deed .. where-upon it is admitted to record. 
Norgrave, William (I48140)
 
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1689-1690 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press]; Page 5 Court held Xber 12th Anno 1689
524. MARY MASSEY the Widow and Executrix of Capt. ROBERT MASSEY deced complaining sheweth that Major ANDREW GILSON stands indebted to the Plt in the sum of Fifteen thousand and ninety three pounds of Tobacco in cask due to her the said Plt by Bill and account .. And the said Major Andrew Gilson the Deft came here in Court and legally discounted the sum of Five thousand three hundred and thirty one pounds of Tobacco out of the foresaid sum in the declaration prayed for Therefore tis ordered that the said Major Andrew Gilson shall make present payment of the sum of Nine thousand seven hundred and sixty two pounds of Tobacco in cask unto the said Mary Massey
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1689-1690 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press]; Page 57 Court held 11th June 1690
721. MARY MASSEY complaining sheweth that THOMAS ENGLISH late of this county stood indebted to the Plt the sum of four hundred and thirty two pounds of Tobacco in cask due per bill .. And forasmuch as Mary Massey did Exhibit in this Court the afsd bill .. Therefore tis ordered that Mary Massey shall have Judgment against the Estate of Thomas English soe attached in the hands of THOMAS HOWARD for the afsd sum
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1689-1690 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press]; Page 116 (contd) Court held 14th November 1690
933. WILLIAM BUCKNER Attorney of THOMAS STARKE and NICHOLAS HAYWARD Merchants in London complains against EDWARD THOMASON of this County Gent in plea of debt .. the sum of four hundred and eighty pounds of Tobacco as by the audit between Mrs. MARY MASSEY and the plt will appear .. and forasmuch as William Buckner did ever and justifie that Edward Thomason did in the time of his Shreivalty take and carry away and convert to his own proper use one hhd of Tobacco and cask Quantity four hundred and eighty pounds of Tobacco which did properly belong to Thomas Starke and Nicholas Hayward and which was paid by RALPH ELKIN late of this County deced unto WILLIAM BUCKNER but seized by Edward Thomason then high sherif being in the house of Ralph Elkin and for (his) proper and Just debt Therefore tis ordered Edward Thomason shall make present payment of the said sum ..
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1691-1692 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 10a [25 Feb. 1690/91]
Mrs. Mary Dade] Massey of Stafford County, widdow, by her petition to this Court showing that Mr. Gerrard Lowther did make a nuncupative will some short tyme before his death and made her executrix of his said will, and for that shoe was not in health and one of her children sick, so that shee could not be at this Court to prove the said will, prayed that no person might be' admitted to administer, the estate of the said Mr. Lowther until' the next Court, which liberty is granted.
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1691-1692 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 20a [25 March 1691]
Mrs. Mary [Dade] Massey of Stafford County entered a caveat at the last Court that noe person might be admitted to administer the estate of Gerrard Lowther for that she allidges hee had made her executrix of his last will and prayed time till this Court to make probate of the same, and at this Court Joshua Davies attorney of the said Massey produced a probate of the said will from Stafford Court and prayed an order to have the estate of Lowther in this county delivered into her possession, which for that there was severall debts due from the said Lowther's estate to severall of the inhabitants of this county the Court refused to grant her such an order and are of oppinion she ought to have proved the will in this Court where he lived, dyed and his estate lay.
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1691-1692 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 40 [1 Oct. 1691]
Ordered that unless Mrs. Mary [Dade] Massey doe appear at the next Court and make probat of the will of Mr. Gerrard Lowther, the Court will grant administration to whom they think fitt. In the mean time all persons who have any of Lowtherls estate in possession to keep the same, that the county debts may have precedence of payment.

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1689-1693 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2 [Antient Press];
PP. 244a - 245 Stafford SS. Mr. RICE HOE and Mrs. MARY MASSEY Widdow of Mr. ROBERT MASSEY late of this County deced beinge upon a Contract of Marriage (wch by Gods Grace is to bee solemnized this day beinge ye 28th day of October 1691) both haveinge Child or Children wch possible may bee ye occasions of future disputes for ye prevention of well the said RICE HOE hath agreed upon Certain Articles hereunder writt for ye well and true performance of well ye said RICE HOE hath bound himself in a Deride of two hundred thousand poundes of Tobacco (wch Bonde beares equall date wth these presents) to Mr. WM. BUCKNER for ye use and benefits off Mrs. MARY MASSEY or her assignes which is as hath been aliready said to bee married to ye said RICE HOE. Which articles are these that followeth
1 First said RICE HOE doth agree that said MARY (which to bee his Wife) shall have to her owne proper use twelve negroe and their increase (named) which said Twelve negroes said MARY dureing her Coveture wth said RICE HOE or after his death if she out lives him is to have sole disposall of hew she thinks fitt and all her death to dispose off by Will as freeley as if she was not under Covert.
2 . The said RICE HOE doth agree that said MARY shall have to her use four of those feather beds that now belongs to her Estate wth their furniture Sixteene pewter dishes & nine Cows in all wch things she shall have absolute property in all respects
3- Said RICE HOE doth agree to deliver to MARY in ye yeare 1699 Ten sheep & one fifth part of ye Stock of hoggs that are then on ye Plantations that belonged to Capa, ROBERT MASSEY her former Husbande and in ye yeare 1701 Ten sheepe more & one fifth part of ye hoggs on said Plantation & in ye yeare 1703 one fifth part-of said Stock and in ye yeare 1703 one fifth part more of hoggs wch said several parcells of Stock shall be delivered to her
4thly Said RICE HOE doth agree that all those things wch there is noe sett time fur their delivery either in part ar in whole all any time when required by said MARY 5thty Butt if it shall sue happen that any Forreigne Debts comes against ye Estate new in ye possession of MARY MASSEY more then ye produce ofye Estate will bear touchinge ye prin ciple that said Estate is to pay foure fifths part thereof and said RICE HOE is to pay one fifth part If any Casualty comes of ye Stock or goods as by death or fire said RICE HOE is not to make them good
6. Said RICE HOE doth agree that said MARY shall have three mares and one Colt wth their increase to have as full property as in ye Negroes before mentioned In presence of JOHN WAUGH, RICE HOE
JOHN WASHINGTON
Recorded this 10th day of May 1692
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1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page 21
An Acct of Mr. RICE HOE deld to DADE MASSEY that was left him by his
Mother .. Lists six negroes, household furniture, cattle, hoggs, sheep
.. all I owe him delivered by me Rice Hoe April 10th 1700.
An Acct of what Mr. Rice Hoe delivered to Dade Massey as being guardian to his Brother BENJAMIN MASSEY .. lists six negroes, furniture. animals etc. .- all that I owe him delivered by me Rice Hoe April 10th 1700.
Know all men I Dade Massey for myself and guardian to my Brother Benjamin Massey de acquit my Father in law Rice Hoe from any Claims in receipt of above furniture, cattle and negroes
Presence Arthur Jackson Junr., Dade Massey
John Tramil
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1666-1679 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 74
JOHN JAMES, 500 acs. Staff. Co., N. E. side ofPoehick Cr., in the freshes of Potomack Riv., 20 July 1670, Page 288. Adj. Will. Greene, Mr. Rich. Norman- sell. &c. Trans. of 10 pers: Frances Dade., Christ. Dade. Fran. Dade,. Junr., Mary Dade, Margaret Frankling, Eliz Stittin, Mathew Bennett, Danill Gaines, Rob. Jackson, Edw. Crissell (or Grissell). 
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1689-1693 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2 [Antient Press];
p. 150a KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ANNE SIMS of ye County of Stafford doe assigne over all my right and interest of all ye land to me belonginge by ye Last Will and Testament of my husband HUGH DOWDING wch land lyinge & beinge on ye head of MATTAPONY CREEKE on both sides unto THOMAS WALKER, PETER DAWSON, PHILLIP BUCKNER & THROUGHGOOD PATE wch I doe assigne & make over unto them their heires for ever it beinge for a valuable consideracon in hand paid & doe oblidge my selfe to acknowledge ye same in Court when thereto required. As Wittness my hand and Seale this Twentieth day of May 1687
In presence of RALPH WALKER ANNE SIMS
March 13th 1689 RICE HOE came into Court made oath upon ye holy Evangelists that he did see ye above Deed in Mrs. ANNE SIMS hande & that he doth own ye same to be her act & deed although it was signed & delivered before
RICE HOE Juratt in Curia
March ye 13 1689/90 RALPH WALKER came into Court and made oath upon ye holy Evangelists that he did see Mrs. ANNE SYMS to signe & deliver & acknowledge ye above menconed Deed to be her own act & Deed
RALPH WALKER Juratt in Curia
This above Deed was brought into Court ye 13 day of March 1689/90 And was then re-corded
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1689-1693 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2 [Antient Press];
p.150a KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ANNE SIMS for a valuable consideracon to mee paid as also for ye yearly rent herein after reserved have sold unto Mr. FRANCIS DADE all my right unto Thirteen hundred acres of land wch said land was formerly granted by Patten dated ye thirteenth of October 1653 unto GERVAS DODSON To Have and To Hold unto the said FRANCIS DADE dureinge Ninety & nine yeares to ye onley use of the said FRANCIS DADE payinge therefore yearly to me ye said ANNE SIMS durein ge ye term of natural) life the sume of Twelve hundred pounds of Tobacco & Caske. In Wittness whereof the said ANNE SYMES sett my my hand & Seal this Eleventh day of June 1689
In presence of SIGIS MASSEY, ANNE SIMS GERRARD LOWTHER
Memorandum that ddureinge ye said terme of Live of said ANNE SIMS FRANCIS DADE doe oblidge my selfe to pay the said ANNE SIMS ye quantity of four barrills of Corn as an augmentation of ye Rent above. Wittness my hand and Seale the day & years above written. Dropt but nee hand thereto.
Recorded in ye County Court records of Stafford March the 13 1689190 
Dowding, Anne MNU (I48276)
 
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1690-1694 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 2, [Antient Press]; Page 687
Middlesex County Court 2d, of April 1694
- Certificate according to Act is granted to RALPH WORMELEY, Esqr., for ye importation of fifteene persons into this Collony, vizt., ROBT: MARKELAND, JOSEPH STANARD. ELIZA: WORSINCROFT, MARTHA HARSICOR, MARTHA SHEPARD, NICH: DOLTON, JOHN SLATERNE, JNO. WILLIAMS, GEO:
BEVACOCK, AUGUSTINE WRIGHT, MATT: ANDREWS, JOHN CAPICK, JOHN WHELDEN;
JOHN WATTS & JOHN FLEMING haveing proved the same by his Oath
Test EDWIN THACKER, Cl Cur signed WILL: SKIPWITH 
Watts, John (I127491)
 
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 20
Northumberland County Court 21 June 1699
Ms. MARY FERNE hath this day in Court made Choise of Capt. WILLIAM HOWSON to be her Guardian who is Admitted.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 141
Northumberland County Court 15th of January Anno 1700/1
This day the Last Will and Testam't of Capt. WILLIAM HOWSON was proved in Court by the Oaths of M'r LEONARD HOWSON & M'r JOHN HOWSON Witnesses to the said Will and the same is admitted to Record.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 150
Northumberland County Court 21th of Febr'y Anno 1700/1
WINIFRED HUGHLETT Adm'x of THOMAS FERNE dec'ed ag't SARAH HOWSON Exec'x of Capt. W'M HOWSON Cont'd.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 243
Northumberland County Court - 18th day of March Anno Dom. 1702/3
Maj. RODHAM KENNER, Capt. PETER HACK & M'r PETER CANTANCEAU Exec's of Capt. SPENCER MOTTROM dec'ed ag't Capt. RICHARD BALL and SARAH his wife late SARAH HOWSON Exec'x of Capt. W'M HOWSON dec'ed Continued till next Court.
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1706-1711 Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 42
Northumberld. County April ye 15th: 1706.
By venue of an Order of this County Court impowering us, JOHN TAYLOR, THOMAS GAYLOR. RICHARD LATTIMORE, THOMAS DOWNING & GEO: COOPER, Surveyors, to Survey & divide ye Land formerly ye land of Capt. LEONARD HOWSON, deced., betweene Captn. JOHN HOWSON & ye Orphan of his Bro:, Captn. WILLIAM HOWSON, p:suant thereunto wee the above named persons entred the 15th day of Aprill upon ye sd. Land in order to survey and divide ye sd. land, Beginning for the same at an old corner marked Gum tree standing within three inward notched saplins upon ye North Maine Branch of FISHING CREEK: & extending from thence along the water course of ye sd. Branch & Creek its several' bearings & distances betweene the No: & East points to ye lowermost point of the said Branch of the said FISHING CREEK, running up ye side of ye Land its diverse changes betweene ye South & West poynts to two inward marked red Oakes standing on ye No. side of them sd. small Branch above which two red Oaks upon the bank stands one Hickory & one white Oake marked inwards and from the said two inward marked red Oaks upon a Branch beginning to the line of Division betweene Capt. JOHN HOWSON & ye Orphan of his Bro. Capt. WILLIAM HOWSON, and extending cross ye land by a line running North 13d West 306 poles to two inward marked red Oaks standing upon ye Norly: Branch and wee the abovenamed JOHN TAYLOR, THOMAS GAYLOR, RICHARD LATTIMORE. THO: DOWNING & GEORGE COOPER, Surveyors, doe report & say that in complyan ce with the said Order have laid out & divided ye sd. Land according to the best of or' Judgemt, (that is to say) ye upper most or Westerly pte: lying betweene ye head of ye whole tract which line beginns at ye abovesd. Gum & stretches across ye Land So: So: East to a Maple in ye Soly Branch & ye line of Division for Capn. JOHN HOWSONs part and the lowermost or Easterly part before ye line of Division of the Orphan of Capt. WILLIAM HOWSONs,
Witnesse or: hands GEO: COOPER, Surveyors. RICHD: LATTIMORE, JOHN TAYLOR 1110. DOWNING, THO. GAYLOR
Court Aprill 16d. 1706. The within written was pr:sented to Northumberland County Court as a true Survey & division of the land within menconed betweene Captn, JNO: HOWSON &ye Orphan of his Bro. Capn. WM: HOWSON (pursuant to an order made ye last Court to ye same purpose) by ye within Subscribers and ye same is admitted to Record
Test THO: HOBSON, Cl Cur
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1706-1713 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 708
Northumberland County Court - 21st day of March 1711
- The Records being burnt and Capt. JOHN HOWSON presenting to this Court an Original Division of Land between him and the Orphan of his Brother Capt. WILLIAM HOWSON's on the said HOWSON's Motion is Admitted to Record. 
Howson, William (I31204)
 
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1699-1709 Richmond County, Virginia Wills and Inventories [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page f15v
Smith, William. 9 Feb, 1699 -- 2 October, 1700.
To Abrabam Goard and his sons John and William, and daughter Catherine Goard;
Hanna Goard, the daughter of Abraham and Katherine Goard;
wife Eve Smith to be ex-ecutrix;
witnesses John Phillips, Richard Sandfoe, Margaret Doson Mountjoy;
wife Mary executrix;
witnesses John Kelley, Amy Kelley.
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1699-1709 Richmond County, Virginia Wills and Inventories [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page f86r
24 Apr 1704-04 Oct 1705. Richmond Co, Virginia Wills,
Will of Eve SMITH.
Grandson William and John GOAD;
daughter Catherine to have her father, John WILLIAMS’ chest;
granddaughter Hannah GOAD;
exec. son Abraham GOAD;
Wits: William DODSON, Charles DODSON, Sr., Anne DODSON.
Inv., f90v, 5 Feb 1705/6 at the house of Abraham GOAD.
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1721-1725 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 8; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 273-274
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee CATHERIN GOAD, Wife of ABR: GOAD and MARY GOAD, Wife of WM: GOAD, both of Richmond County and in the Parishof Farnham, doe appointe our trusty and well beloved Freind, THO: DEALL, for us and in our names to relinquish all our right of Dower of a certain p:cell of land sould by our said Husbands to WM: DOWNMAN and what our Attorney shall doe for us in the pmises shall be confirm'd by us as well as if our selves were p:sonally p:sent; Given under our hands this 1st day of March 1724/5
Signed and Sealed in p:sents of us
TRAS: DOWNMAN, CATHERINE mark GOAD
JNO: GOAD MARY mark GOAD
At a Court held for Richmond County the Third day of March 1724
This Power of Attorney from CATHERINE GOAD and MARY GOAD to THOMAS DEALL was this day proved in open Court by the Oaths of TRAVERS DOWNMAN and JOHN GOAD, witnesses thereto, and admitted to Record
Test M. BECKWITH Cl Cur
THIS INDENTURE made the First day of March Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and Twenty four in the 11th year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Brittaine &c., King &c., Between ABRAHAM GOAD and WM. GOAD of Richmond County in Parish of Farnham of one part and WILLIAM DOWNMAN of Parish and County aforesd. of other part; Witnesseth that ABR: GOAD and WILLIAM GOAD in consideration One thousand Five hundred pounds of tobo: by sd. DOWNMAN paid by these presents doe bargaine and sell unto WM: DOWNMAN his heirs a parcell of land with appurtens: thereunto belonging sittuate in aforesd. Parish and County being part of a Devident of Land which WM. GOAD now lives on, Begining at a Stake standing in the head of a Branch on North side of WM. GOADs Plantation and in the line of FANTLEROYs thence along ye sd. line to a markt red Oak in the lineof FOWLERs, thence along sd. FOWLERs line which line was last survey'd by Collo. BARBER to a small red Oak, thence through a Skirt of Woods a strate line across ye sd. Plantation by a line of markt. Stakes to the first begining; To have and to hold the land and premises with appurtenances unto WM: DOWNMAN his heirs togeather with the right title clayme and Interest of ABRAHAM GOAD and WILLIAM GOAD in the parcel" of land; And ABR. GOAD and WM. GOAD and either of them their heirs shall at all times warrant save harmless and defend the parcel! of land with the full quantity which is now within the above bounds to WM. DOWNMAN his heirs aginst the lawfull claym of any person; In Witness whereof the parties first above mentioned to these presents have interchangably sett their hands and seals the day and year above written
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presents of
TRAS: DOWNMAN ABRA; mark of GOAD
JOHN GOAD WILLIAM GOAD
At a Court held for Richmond County the Third day of March 1724
ABRAHAM GOAD and WILLIAM GOAD came into Court and acknowledged this their Deed unto WILLIAM DOWNMAN which was admitted to Record; Also THOMAS BEALL, by vertue of a Power of Attorney from CATHERINE GOAD and MARY GOAD, the Wifes of said ABRAHAM GOAD and WILLIAM GOAD, to him in that behalfe made relinquished the said CATHERINE and MARYs Right of Dower in the Land conveyed in this Deed unto the said WILLIAM DOWNMAN which was admitted to Record
Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
(The Memorandum of Livery of Seizin dated first day of March 1724 was witnessed by the same witnesses and recorded in same Court.)
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1729-1733 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 8; Part 4 [Antient Press]; Page 519-520
THIS INDENTURE made the first day of December Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and twenty nine; in the Third year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Brittain &c., King &c., Between WILLIAM GOAD of Richmond County in Pish of Farnham of one part and WM: DOWNMAN of County and Pish aforesaid of other part; Witnesseth that WM, GOAD in consideracon of Two thousand pounds of lavfull tobacco by said DOWNMAN paid, the Rect. whereof said GOAD doe hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doe bargain and sell unto said DOWNMAN his heirs a p:cell of land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging scituate in the aforesaid County and Pish, it being part of a Dividend of land which said GOAD now lives on, Beginning at a corner red Oak saplin of said DOWNMANs land standing in the line of FOWLERs being on the Westermost side of said GOADs Plantation and running along said FOWLERs line being the line which was run by Coll, CHARLES BARBER down to the Main Swamp comonly called the BRYERY SWAMP, to a marked white Oak, thence up the middle of the said Swamp to the mouth of a Branch comonly called the said GOADS Spring Branch, thence up the Spring Branch to the Fork thereof near said GOADs Spring, thence up the Westermost Fork or Branch its several! courses to three marked young white Oaks standing in or near the said line of DOWNMANs, thence along said line to the corner standing in the line of FOWLERs to the place where it first began; to Enclude Forty five acres more or less: To have and to hold the land with appurtenances to said DOWNMAN his heirs and said GOAD by these p:sents for himselfe his heirs promise WILLIAM DOWNMAN his heirs that WM. GOAD and his heirs will warrant save harmless and defend the p:cell of land with the full quantity which is now within the above bounds against the lawfull claym and demand of every p:son; In Witness whereof the parties above men coned to these p:sents have interchangeably sett their hands and seals the day and year above written
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presents of
GREENHAM, WILLIAM GOAD
GEO: GLASCOCK
At a Court held for Richmond County the Fourth day of February 1729
WILLIAM GOAD came into Court and acknowledged this his Deed unto WILLIAM DOWNMAN which was admtted to Record
Test M. BECKWITH, CI Cur
Memorandum: That on the first clay of December in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and twenty nine, Livery of Seizen was made and possession of the within men coned land and p:mises given by WILLIAM GOAD to WILLIAM DOWNMAN the said GOAD going on the land and delivered the same to said DOWNMAN in the name
of Turf and Twig in the presents of
GREENHAM
GEO. GLASCOCK
At a Court held for Richmond County the Fourth day of February 17Z9
WILLIAM GOAD in open Court acknowledged the above Livery of Seizen which was admitted to Record
Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
 
Goad, William (I42391)
 
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1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page 247
To all Christian People I THOS. WATKINS SENR. of Essex County .. for the tender love & affection which I have and do bear unto my three sons LEWIS WATKINS, BENJAMIN WATKINS & JNO. WATKINS hath given my three sons 803 acres of land more or less Lying upon North side Potomack Run in Stafford County that is to say 400 acres thereof to my Eldest Son Lewis Watkins the other moiety to be equally divided between my sans Benja. Watkins & John Watkins my said three sons to pay & discharge directly the arrearages of the Quit rents .. 4th day Novr. 1704.
Presence Margaret Coats her mark, Thomas x Watkins Senr.
Saml. Coats
At a Court held eighth day Novr, 1704 RAWLEIGH TRAVERS by virtue of a power of attorney from Thomas Watkins acknowledged this sale of land and the same ordered to be recorded.
Know all men .. I Thos. Watkins Senr. of Essex County do appoint Rawleigh Travers of Stafford County Gent_ my true and Lawful attorney to acknowledge my claim and interest unto 803 acres of woods & ground lying upon head of Potomack Run in Stafford County unto my three sons v
Presence Mar't. x Coats, Thos. x Watkins Senr. his mark
Samuel Coats
At a Court held 8th day Novr. 1704 This Letter of Attorney was ordered to be recorded.
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1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page 299-300
Indenture made 4th day Novr. 1705 between LEWIS WATKINS of county Stafford of the one part & ROBERT CARTER Esqr. of County Lancaster .. Witnesseth in consideration of 800 pounds of Tobo. paid by Robt. Carter .. sold all that tract of land being in county Stafford near the head of the main run of Potomack Creek the sd land containing 400 acres being the moiety of a tract of 803 acres granted to THOMAS WATKINS my Father by deed from Proprietors office bearing date 9th day September 1695 & by my Father given to me by his Deed recorded on the records of Stafford County bearing date first day November 1704 .. beginning at a narked red oak corner tree standing in ye S end of a line of the Pattent which runs S=400 poles & extending along the sd line N=48 poles to a narked red oak thence along the dividing line betwixt this 400 acres & the remaining 403 acres N=40 degrees E=415 poles over to another line of the deed thence S:E: 136 poles to a marked white oak corner tree thence S=89 po: to a marked red oak corner tree thence S=42 degrees W=216 poles to a marked white oak thence W=15 S=161 po: to a marked white oak thence W by N=65 poles to the first mentioned red oak ..
Presence Nich. Brent, Lewis Watkins
August: Kneaton
At a Court held 14th Novr. 1705 Lewis Watkins in person acknowledged a sale of land to ye Honble ROBERT CARTER Esqr. .. and AGNES his wife in person relinquished her right of dower to the same & JOHN WAUGH JUNR. by virtue of a Letter of Attorney from Robert Carter reced the acknowlcdgmt. which with the deed is ordd to be recorded & is recorded.

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1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page. 458- 460
This Indenture made this sixth day October 1708 between BENJAMIN WATKINS of the county of Stafford of one part and ROBERT CARTER. Esgr. of the County of Lancaster .. Witnesseth in consideration three thousand pounds of Tobo paid by Robert Carter .. hath sold all that parcel of land being in Stafford County near the head of the main run of Potomack Creek the said land containing 200 acres part of a tract of 803 acres granted to THOMAS WATKINS my Father by deed from Proprietors office bearing date 9th September 1695 & by my Father given and disposed of in his lifetime between his three sons LEWIS, myself and JOHN in manner following to wit four hundred acres or the half of said land to my Brother Lewis and he to have his choice after a Division the remaining 400 acres to me and my Brother John to be equally divided and after a Division I to have my choice as by my Fathers deed acknowledged and recorded upon the records of Stafford County bearing date the first day of November 1704 ..
Presence Sharshal Crasty, Benj. Watkins John Norris, John Hest
I ELIZA. WATKINS the wife of Benjamin Watkins doth impower Mr. JOSEPH WAUGH of Stafford County to acknowledge all my right of all the lands due to my said in Stafford County unto Collo. Carter .. 6th day March 1708/9.
Presence Wm. Cole, Eliza. x Watkins Rebecca x Breeding her mark
Stafford County
At Court held 9th March 1708 Benjamin Watkins acknowledged within sale of land .. and livery and seizin thereon and Joseph Waugh by power of attorney from Eliza. Watkins Wife of said Watkins relinquished her right of dower to the same which is ordered to be recorded and is recorded.
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1707-1711 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 13; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 356.
11 May 1710. Lewis Watkins being returned non est inventus at the suit of George Loyd for 200 pounds of tobacco due by bill, 28 May 1710. Order to Sheriff to attach estate.
Francis Meriwether
28 July1710. Attached one bay horse
Benja. Fisher SSEC 
Watkins, Lewis (I90903)
 
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 15
Westmoreland County Court 26th of November 1707
- BARD v HAY, Oath to Account
PETER BARD, Merchant, exhibited to this Court an account against Mr. JAMES HAY of MARYLAND and prayed to bee admitted to make Oath to the justness of the same and that hee might have a certificate thereofwhich is accordingly granted
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 43
Westmoreland County Court 27th of May 1708
- HAY v ALLERTON p SCOTT It was commanded WILLOUGHBY
ALLERTON, Gent., late Sheriffofthe County aforesd that hee should attach ROBERT SCOTT to answer JAMES HAY of a Plea on his Case for one thousand ninety eight pounds of tobacco by account, And the Sheriffreturned cepi corpus but for that the Defendant failed to appeare and no baile returned, upon motion of JAMES HAY Conditionall Order is granted against the Sheriff returnable and to bee proceeded in according to Law
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 43
Westmoreland County Court 27th of May 1708
- ALLERTON v SCOTT p HAY WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON, Gent., late
Sheriff of the County aforesd was commanded to attach ROBERT SCOTT to answer JAMES HAY of a Plea on the Case for one thousand ninety eight pounds oftobacco by account, and hee returned cepi corpus but the Defendant faileing to appeare and no baile returned, Conditionall Order passed against the Sheriff according to Law.
Therefore at the instance of the sd Sheriff, an Attachment is granted im against the Estate of ROBERT SCOTT returnable and to bee proceeded in according to Law
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 43
Westmoreland County Court 27th of May 1708
- HAY v ALLERTON P CHAMBERLIN It was commanded WILLOUGHBY
ALLERTON, Gent., late Sheriff ofthe County aforesd that hee should summon SAMUELL CHAMBERLIN to answer JAMES HAY of a Plea of Debt for two cowes and their two calves to the Plaintifl's damage three thousand three hundred fifty two pounds of tobacco, And the Sheriff returned cepi corpus but for that the Defendant failed to appeare and no baile being returned, at the instance of JAMES HAY, Conditionall
Order is granted him against the sd Sheriffreturnable and to be proceeded in according to Law
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 43
Westmoreland County Court 27th of May 1708
- ALLERTON y CHAMBERLIN p HAY
WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON,
Gent., late Sheroff of the County aforesd. was commanded to summon SAMVELL CHAMBERLIN to answer JAMES HAY of a Plea of Debt for two cowes and their two calves detained from him to his damage three thousand three hundred fifty two pounds oftobacco, and the Sheriff returned cepi corpus but the Defendant faileing to appeare and no bail being returned, Conditionall Order passed against the sd Sheriff
according to Law. Wherefore at the instance of the sd Sheriff, an Attachment is granted him against the Estate of SAMUELL CHAMBERLIN returnable and to bee proceeded in according to Law
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 44
Westmoreland County Court 27th of May 1708
- HAY v ALLERTON p MARTYN
It was commanded WILLOUGHBY
ALLERTON, Gent., late Sheriff of the County aforesd. that hee should attach MATHEW MARTYN, Executor of SAMUELL BROCKLEY, to answer JAMES HAY of a Plea on his Case for seven hundred twenty one pounds and one halfpound of tobacco; And the Sheriffreturned cepi corpus but for that the Defendant did not appeare and no baile was returned, upon motion ofsd HAY, Conditionall Order passed against the sd Sheriffreturnable &c, according to Law
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1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 45
Westmoreland County Court 27th of May 1708
- ALLERTON y MARTYN p HAY WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON, Gent.,
late Sheriffof the County aforesd., was commanded to attach MATHEW MARTYN, Executor of SAMUELL BROCKLEY, to pay unto JOHN HAY of a Plea on his Case for seven hundred twenty one pounds and one halfpound oftobacco, And the Sheriff returned cepi corpus but for that the Defendant did not appeare and no baile was returned, Conditionall Order passed against the Sheriff. Wherefore at the instance of the sd Sheriffan Attachment is granted him against the Estate of MATHEW
MARTYN returnable and to bee proceeded in according to Law

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John Evans 31.83 A SM £65.3.0 £65.3.0 Sep 6 1709
Payments to: Elisabeth Inman, Mr. George Muschamp per Mr. Richard Llewellin, Mr. John Coode, Mr. Ja. Bowles, Mr. George Rigg, Mr. Ja. Hay, Charles Egerton, Mr. George Muschamp.
Executrix: Elisabeth Williams.
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Mr. Luke Gardner 31.360 A SM £438.0.8 £206.16.8 Sep 22 1710
Received from: Isaac Milner, Mr. Ja. Hayes.
Payments to: Edward Turner, William Wilkinson, Ja. Matthews, John Cood, Esq. Brook, Ja. Keech, Col. Henry Darnall, John Cally per Richard Hopewell, Gerrard Slye, Lord Baltimore paid per Ja. Carroll, Michael Curtis, Elisabeth Penn per Capt. Emms, William Bladen, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Mr. Henry Perreg. Jowles in part of bond of Mr. Gardner & Mr. Hayes to Mr. Samuell Sheppard.
Executrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Gardner.
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Stephen Chesshire 32C.24 A SM £4.9.8 Oct 21 1710
Payments to: Mr. James Hay, Mr. William Cood.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Barran (widow), now wife of Thomas Barran (also Thomas Barron).
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John Doxsey 325.10 A SM £5.18.0 Oct 12 1710
Payments to: Charles Edgerton, Capt. Blikern, Mr. Turbevile, Mr. James Hay, Col. Contee.
Administratrix: Rose Doxsey (widow), now wife of Thomas Ward.

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1748-1767 Stafford County, Virginia Will Book O; [Antient Press];
P-112-113 In Obedience Order of Worshipfull Court Stafford County to us directe dated 13th March 1749/50 to appraise Estate of GEORGE SIMPSON deced We being first sworn did proceed as followeth .. Tobo old Mare and old bed listed Total 15..00..0.
Rawleigh Chinn
Alexander Hay Thomas Hay
At Court held for Stafford County 10th July 1750 Inventory & Appraisement of Estate of George Simpson deced admitted to record.
Dr the Est of GEORGE SIMPSON Deced
To Rent; Mr. Secretary; Mx. Tyler paid WILLIAM BRUINO'S Ind. paid Court paid Gonahan for burying him Total 15..1..10
At Court held for Stafford County 10th July 1750 PETER DANIEL Gent Admr of George Simpson deced produced above account admitted to record.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK M; 1729-1748; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp 107-110
A true and perfect Inventory of all and Singular the goods and chattels
of Estate of RAWLEIGH TRAVERS Gent Deceast Vizt .. items listed .. no value. Lists Horses cattle and Hogg at the Home House, Cattle at the Quarter A true Inventory by Hannah Travers
At Court held for Stafford County 9th May 1733 The Inventory of Estate of Rawleigh Travers decd on motion of RAWLEIGH TRAVERS Son of the said Deced: was admitted to record, not having as yet been Recorded.
The Estate of Mr. RAWLEIGH TRAVERS Deceased Dr. To funeral charges, paid Cap: THOMAS ROOFER the Ballance of account for quit rents; paid Mr. DAVID McGILL on Account of Schooling and Board for his Son Rawleigh Travers due before my husband's decease, paid JOHN SHARPE, paid THOMAS SEDDON JUNR., paid Mr. JOSEPH WAUGH for setting up Cask and Making ye Coffin, paid the widow of Mr. JAMES HAY for Doct. Medicine when Mr. Travers lay Sick, paid the ExEs of Mr. JAMES CORDINOR, paid HONAR KING freedom dues, paid Mr. Gartshore Merchant, paid Doctor MUNGO ROY, paid Capt; Thomas Hooper it being a Legacy. To due from one of the Germans. Contra By EDWARD SNOXALL rent and arrearages, by EDWARD MAULPUS, Mr. LEWIS ELZEY, crop Tobacco in the house at Mr. Traver's decease, by JOHN SKAINS
Errors Excepdt. Hannah Travers
At Court held for Stafford County 9th May 1733 on Motion of Rawleigh Travers the son of Rawleigh Travers Deced this Account against the said Decests Estate was admitted to record not having as yet been recorded. 
Hay, James (I50062)
 
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1708-1711 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 5 [Antient Press]; Page 179-181]
HIS INDENTURE made this first day of April: in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and tenn Between WILLIAM HAMOCK the Younger of the Pish, of NORTH FARNHAM in County of Richmond of one part and WILLIAM HAMOCK the Elder of the Pish: of COPLE and County of WESTMORELAND of the other parte; Witnesseth that WILLIAM HAMOCK the Younger for Three thousand pounds of tobacco to him in hand paid or secured to be paid by WILLIAM HAMOCK the Elder by these presents doth bargain and sell unto WILLIAM HAMOCK the Elder all that One hundred acres of land lying in the Pish. of NORTH FARNHAM and County of Richmond being part of Three hundred acres of land heretofore sold by one THOMAS FRESHWATER to WILLIAM HAMOCK, late of County of Richmond deced, and by him the said HAMOCK Patented in the Proprietors Office of the Northern Neck of Virginia as by a certain Patent granted under the hand of GEORGE BRENT Gent. then one of the Agents for the said Proprietors as by said Patent dated the eighteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand Six hundred and ninety fower may appear, being bounded Beginning at a marked white Oak being a corner tree of the aforesaid Patent and from thence running North thirty seven degrees East one hundred and fifty one poles to a red Oak being another corner of the said Patent and from thence running South fifty one degrees East one hundred and seven poles, from thence running South thirty seven degrees West one hundred fifty one poles from thence North fifty one degrees West one hundred and seven poles to the place where it first began, together with all houses orchards woods and appurtenances thereto belonging; To have and to hold the said One hundred acres of land with all its rights members and appurtenances unto WILLIAM HAMOCK the Elder and his heirs and WILLIAM HAMOCK the Younger the premises unto WILLIAM HAMOCK the Elder will warrant and forever defend from the claime of any person; In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangeably sett their hands & seals the day & year first above written
Sealed and delivered in the presence of
ROBERT CLARKE, WILLIAM his mark HAMOCK
BEN: MIDDLETON
At a Court held for Richmond County Aprill the 5th 1710
WILLIAM HAMOCK the Younger came into Court and acknowledged this Deed unto WILLIAM HAMOCK the Elder and it is admitted to record
Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
Memorandm: That on the third day of April 1710, WM. HAMOCK the Younger gave quiets possession & seizin of the land in this Deed contained unto WILLIAM HAMOCK the
Elder in the presence of us ROB. CLARKE
BENNIDICK MIDDLETON
At a Court held for Richmond County Aprill the fifth one thousand seven hundred &
tens. WILLIAM HAMOCK the Younger acknowledged this his Livery of Seizen unto
WILLIAM HAMOCK the Elder and admitted to Record
Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur Examined p M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur

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URL (Click on link)
http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=100&last=101&g_p=G2&col lection=NN
Grant
Title Hamock, William.
Publication 18 December 1694.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck
Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 300 acres on the west side of Totaskey, adjoining Daniel Swillivant.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p.
100-101 (Reel 288).
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=272&last=273&g_p=G2&col lection=NN Grant
Title Hammock, William.
Publication 28 June 1697.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 161 acres adjoins the land of Clay, Robert Middleton, George Harrison, and John Wright.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 272-273 (Reel 288).
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=309&last=310&g_p=G2&col lection=NN Grant
Title Hammock, William.
Publication 31 January 1699.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 214 acres in Yeoacomico Forrest adjoins land of Robert Middleton and John Bailey.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 309-310 (Reel 288). 
Hammock, William {Addl Records} (I116818)
 
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1709-1710 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 5; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 200
Richmond County Court 4th of Septmber 1710
JENINGS admon, JENINGS.
ELLINOR JENINGS upon her Petition hath Order granted her for admon. of the Estate of HENRY JENINGS, late of this County deced., giveing security according to Law. Whereupon JOHN DALTON and JOHN DOYLE came into Court and acknowledged themselves indebted unto the Worshipfull her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for Richmond County in the full sum of term thousand pounds of tobcco to be paid to the Justices their Executors or Administrators in case ELLINOR JENINGS doe not duely administer on all and singular the Estate of HENRY JENINGS, deced., and render a true account thereof when lawfully called
JENINGS's Estate to be appraised.
JOHN DALTON, ANDREW DEW, ROBERT AYRES, EDWARD CORNWELL and JOHN FAN or any four of them being first sworn before a Justice of the Pece of this County, are appointed to appraise the Estate of HENRY JENINGS, deced., and make report, thereof to the next Court when ELLINOR JENINGS, the Admrx., is to produce the Inventoryof the Estate and make Oath thereto
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1709-1717 Richmond County, Virginia Wills Book 3 and Inventories [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 34
- Henry JEN[N]INGS, inv. pres. by Eleanor JEN[N]INGS, adm; 6 Dec 1710.
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1715-1716 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 6; Part 4 [Antient Press]; Page 431
Richmond County Court 9th of March 1715/1716
- NAYLOR v CORNWELL, &c.
In an action of Case between JOHN NAYLOR, Plt. and EDWARD CORNWELL and [Eleanor] his Wife, Administratrix of HENRY JENINGS, deced., Defts., for eight hundred forty nine pounds of tobacco due by Account, the Defts. being returned non est inventus and not appearing, on motion of Plt., an Attaclunent is granted him against the Estate of the Defts. for the aforesaid swn and costs returnable to next Court for Judgment
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1715-1716 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 6; Part 4 [Antient Press]; Page 498
Richmond County Court 3d of May 1716
NAYLOR v CORNWELL. &c.
In an action of Case between JOHN NAYLOR, Plt. and EDWARD CORNWELL and ELLIN his Wife, Admrx. of HENRY JENINGS, deced., Defts., the Defts. haveing this day put in their Plea and the Plt. his Replication, and thereupon the suit is continued till next Court for tryall

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1716-1717 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 7; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 6
Richmond Cormty Court 4th of July 1716
NAYLOR v CORNWELL, &c.
In an action of Case between JOHN NAYLOR, Pit. and EDWARD CORNWELL and ELL IN his Wife Admrx. of HENRY JENINGS, deced., for eight hundred forty and nine pounds of tobacco due by Account, the suit haveing been cont'nued for tryall to this Court, on hearing the Plt.'s Evidence, and the arguments of both partys, the Court are of opinion and due accordingly order that the suit be dismist
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1699-1709 Richmond County, Virginia Wills and Inventories [Robert K. Headley, jr.];
- Henry WILLIAMS, NFP, will; 25 Jan 1703/04, 1 Mar 1703/04 wife Lettice; dau. Mary the wife of Phillip HARRIS; grdau. Sarah the dau. of Phillip HARRIS; son John all land; son Thomas; daus. Sarah and Jane; ex: son John;
wits: Andrew DEW, Henry JENNINGS.

f84r - Daniel HORNBY, NFP, will; 24 Aug 1705, 5 Sep 1705
son Daniel (under 16); dau. [not named]; dau. Frances (under 16) to have liberty to live with whom she pleases; Thomas BARLOW; ex: son, fr. John TAVERNER and Thomas SUGGITT to be guardians;
wits: Thomas BARLOW, Henry JENNINGS

fl09r - Luke WILLIAMS, NFP, will; 17 Apr 1706, 5 Mar 1706
son John the plant. where I now live; fr. Martin SHERMAN the plant. he now lives on for his lifetime; son Henry the plant. where Judith FOX lives; wife Mary the plant. where [ ? ] now lives; nephews William FRESTOE, and Richard and Thomas SMITH; fr. Henry JENNINGS; John WILLIAMS and John HARRIS to have care of son John; Phillip HARRIS and Hugh HARRIS to have care of son Henry; ex: wife;
wits: Richard HINDS, John MILLER, Henry JENNINGS.

NFP Births
B. JENNINGS, HANNAH daughter of Henry and Eleanor Jennings, 2 February 1701.
B. JENNINGS, ELEANOR daughter of Henry and Eleanor Jennings, 24 April 1704.
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1701-1704 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 3; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 160-162
MARGARETT LADY CULPEPER, THOMAS LORD FAIRFAX and KATHERINE his Wife PROPRIETORS of the NORTHERN NECK of Virginia to all to whome these pr:sents shall come send greeting in our Lord God everlasting. Whereas THO: COLLY and PETER ELICE [Ellis] of the County of Richmond hath repaired to the Office kept by our Agents for us in the said NORTHERN NECK and hath there suggested that there is a certaine parcell or devidend of Land scituate upon the Pocoson of TOTOSKEY in the County of Richmond belonging to us not yett granted to any p:son and thereupon paid the Composition for a hundred and thirteene acres by meanes whereof he obtained a Warrant directed to one of our Surveyors to Survey and give bounds to the same in Ordr: to obtaine this pr:sent grant wch: Warrt: being duely return'd together with the Plat and bounds thereof to our said Office, Know yee therefore that wee for and in consideration of the Composition paid by ye sd THO: COLLY and PETER ELLIS for our use att the obtaineing ye aforesaid Warrant do hereby grant to him the said THO: COLLY and PETER ELLICE all that parcell of Land scituate lying and being upon the Pocoson of TOTASKEY in the County of Richmond bounded as followeth (vizt.) Beginning at a red Oake corner tree to Capt. SAMLL: TRAVERS being by the Maine Pocoson of TOTUSKAY RIVER on the South East side of HOGTOWNE BRANCH and extending thence along the said TRAVERSes Line North Eighty three degrees Easterly Two hundred ninety four perches to a white Oake by REEDY BRANCH being in a branch of HOGTOWNE RUNN, thence down the said Branch its several courses to the Maine Runn of HOGTOWNE being brought into a streight line is North sixty two degrees Westerly One hundred seventy three perches, thence downe the said Main Runn its severall courses to the Maiane Runn of TOTASKEY CREEKE being brought into a streight line is South sixty one degrees Westerly One hundred and nienty perches, thence to the beginning red Oake is South forty seven degrees Easterly thirty six perches, containeing and being now laid out for a hundred and thirteen acres, Together with all rights profitts and benefitts thereunto belonging, Royal' mines excepted, and the full third part of all Lead, Copper, Tinne, Coale and Iron mines that shall be found thereon; To have and to hold the said hundred and thirteene acres of Land together with all rights and benefitts to the same belonging except before excepted to them the said THO: COLLY and PETER ELLIS his heires or assignes therefore yeilding and paying to us our heires or assignes or Certaine Attorney Proprietors of the said NORTHERN NECK yearely and every yeare on the Feast of St. Michael! the Archangel! the fee Rent and three Shillings Ster: money provided that if ye sd THO: COLLY & PETER ELLIS he his heirs or assignes shall not pay the before reserved annuall rent so that ye same or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid for ye space of two whole yeares after ye same shall become due if lawfully demanded that then itt shall be lawfull for us our heires or assignes certaine Attorneys or Agents into ye above granted pr:misses so as if this grant had never passed. Given att our Office in STAFFORD County within our said Proprietary under our Seale, Wittness our Agents WILLIAM FITZHUGH and GEORGE BRENT or either of them fully impowered thereto dated the thirtieth day of March 1694
Registered p me WILL: FITZHUGH
WILL: FITZHUGH JUNR. Clk. of ye Proprietors Office
Recordatr: Teste JAMES SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
KNOW ALL MEN by these pr:sents that I the within named PETER ELLIS doe by these pr:sents firmly acknowledge and assigne all my right and rights interest and interests of the within menconed tract of Land with all profitts & comodities thereto belonging unto HENRY JENINGS of the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM and County of Richmond to him and his heires forever quietly to have and to hold the said Land from any lett or hindrance of me the said PETER ELLIS or of any of my heirs. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this Twenty nineth day of Septr; Annoq: Dom: 1701
Signed sealed and delivered in pr:sence of
HENRY WILLIAMS PETER ELECE
STEPHEN ASHENDEN
JNO: WILLIAMS
Recognitr in Cur: Cora: Richmond 4th die Decembr: Anno 1701 et recordatr: 12d. die
Teste JAMES SHERLOCK, Cl Cu
KNOW ALL MEN by these pr:sents that I PETER ELLIS SENR. of the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM in the County of Richmond, Planter, do by these pr:sents ordaine my trusty & well beloved friend, HENRY WILLIAMS, of the said Parish and County my true and lawful' Attorney for me to acknowledge and confirme unto HENRY JENINGS of the aforesaid Parish and County his heirs &c. all my right and interest of a parcell of Land being scituate and lying (in the aforesaid Parish and County) on the Maine Pocoson of TOTESKEY, and bounding on Capt. SAMLL. TRAVERS line being by Survey One hundred and thirteene acres, ratifieing and alowing my said Attorney my whole power as if I myselfe were there personally pr:sent. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this 29th; of Septembr: Annoq: Dom: 1701
Signed sealed and delivered in pr:sence of
STEPHEN ATHENDEN PETER ELLIS
JNO: WILLIAMS
Recordr: Teste JAMES SHERLOCK, CI Cur
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1701-1704 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 3; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 167
HENRY JENNINGS and ELINOR his Wife to all Christian People to whome these pr:sents shall come send Greeting in our Lord God everlasting. Know yee that we the said HENRY and ELINOR JENNINGS for a valuable consideration to be re­ceived do by these pr:sents bargaine and sell and to farme lett and have by these pr:sents bargained and sold unto JOHN OLDAM of the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM and County of Richmond and Collony of Virginia all our right title and titles interest and interest of a parcell or tract of land scituate and lying in the aforesaid Parish and County in the Maine Pocoson of TOTUSKEE and bounding on Capt. SAMLL. TRAVERS line being by Survey One hundred and thirteene acres to him the said JOHN OLDAM him and his heires forever. In Testimony whereof we have hereunto sett our hands and seales this 16th day of Janry: 1701/2
Signed sealed and delivered in pr:sence of us
HENRY WILLIAMS, HEN: JENNINGS
JANE HARRIS, her marke ELINOR JENNINGS her marke
JOHN HARRIS
Recognitr: in Cur: Com: Richmd: 3d: die Febry: Ano: 1701; & recordatr: 11d die
Teste JAMES SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
KNOW ALL MEN by these pr:sents that I ELINOR JENNINGS, Wife of HENRY JENNINGS of the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM and County of Richmond, do by these pr:sents make and ordaine HENRY WILLIAMS of the said Parish and County my true and lawfull Attorney for me and in my name to acknowledge to JOHN OLDAM of the said Parish and County his heirs &c. all my right and title of a parcell of Land lying on the Maine Pocoson of TOTUSKEE in the aforesaid Parish & County ratifying and allowing my said Attor­ney my whole power as if I my selfe were pr:sonally pr:sent as Wittness my hand and wale this 16th of Janry: 1701
Signed sealed & delivered in pr:sence of
JOHN HARRIS, his marke ELINOR JENNINGS
HEN. JENINGS
 
Jennings, Henry (I138128)
 
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1710-1717 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber F, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 219: Indenture, 20 Dec 1712
From: Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's County
To: Samuel Farmer, planter of Prince George's County
For 40£a l00 acre parcel of land called Ryley's Range the whole containing 800 acres Signed: Hugh Ryley (seal)
Witnessed: R. Bradly, Patrick Hepburn
Memo: 20 Dec 1712 Hugh Ryley and Rebecca his wife acknowledge deed
Alienation: Samuel Farmer paid 5s for 10D acres of land
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1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 231
Enrolled at request of Samuel Farmer 25 Aug 1727:
Indenture, 27 Jul 1727; Between Samuel Sweringen, planter, and Samuel Farmer, planter; for £25; part of a parcel formerly called Sweringen's Expectation formerly taken up by Swearingen; bounded by the great swamp that falls into the north branch of the Patuxent; containing 100 acres now called Samuell's Forrest; /s/ Samuel Swearingen; wit. Ralph Crabb, John Sweringen (mark); ack. Samuel Swearingen and Elizabeth his wife 
Farmer, Samuel (I44499)
 
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1710-1719 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 10; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 168
THOMAS WEST, 1615 acs. (N. L.), King Wm. Co., in St. John's Par; beg. at Capt. Nathaniel West, in Bull Sw; to Capt. Jno. Fox, on N. side of Bridge Br; to E. side of the Ferry Road; to Capt. Martin Palmer, by Col. Wm. Claiborn's line, in an old Indian field; near Capt. Thos. Claiborn; to Wm. Burrous' land, in Hollings' line; crossing the Long Br; to Jno. Higgason's lint; 23 Dec. 1714, p. 226. 7 Lbs., 5 Shill., & Imp. of 4 pers: Thomas Key, James Brown. Richard Wharton, Ralph Bowker.
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1679-1689 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 236
WILLIAM CLAIBORNE (Claibourne), sonn of Col. William Clayborne, Junr., dec'd., & THOMAS CLAIBORNE, sonn & heir apparent of Mr. Thomas Claiborne, 545 acs., New Kent Co. 20 Apr 1682, p. 154. Beg. in the forke of Chichahominy Riv. where the Sw. ends, &c. Trans. of 11 pers: Tho. Bell, Robert Bowles, John Ireland, Richd. Pearson, Corn. Bushy (or Busby), Margaret Bright, Richd. Ely, Micha. Wardrope, Mary Poll, Ann Hicks, And. Hall.
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1719-1724 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 11; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 31
CAPT. THOMAS CLAIBORNE, 1800 acs. called Sweet Hall, (0. & N. L.), King Wm. Co., in St. John's Par; on N. side of Pamunkey River; 5 Sept. 1723, p. 230. Beg. at mouth of a run called Tucka Commons; adj. Capt. William Claiborne; to Thomas Claiborne, Junr., on E. side of the head of Middle Cr; to Capt. Thomas Claiborne's Landing at Sweet Hall. 800 acs. part being surplus within bounds of a deed from Capt. William Claiborne to sd. Capt. Thomas Claiborne, 12 Mar. 1701, for 1(00 acs., more or less, which is found within bounds of a deed of gift made by Col. William Claiborne, Secretary of State, to his son Thomas, father of the abovenamed Thomas, 20 June 1673 for 1200 acs., more or less, & is part of the Grand Patent of 5000 acs. granted sd. Col. Clayborne, Sec'ty., 1 Sept. 1659. 4 Lbs. Money. 
Claiborne, Thomas (I45400)
 
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1710-1719 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 10; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 3
JOHN SPINKS, of Glouzester Co; 464 acs. (N. L.), Ware Par., sd, Co; 28 Apr. 1711, p. 15. Adj. Mr. Cheasman's line; James Burton; & Mr. Hansford's land. 15 Shill., & Imp, of 6 pers: Peter Gibeous (or Gibeons), Anne Cock; Robt, MacClening, Henry Bayley, George Querrell & Richard Pinder 
Spinke, John (I49150)
 
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1714-1715 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 80)
THIS INDENTURE made the fifth day of October one thousand seven hundred and Fifteene and in the first year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c,, Between JNO: WELLS of Sittingbourne Parish in County of Richmd:, Planter, of one part and WM. GRIFFIN of the Parish and County aforesd. Carpenter, of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN WELLS in consideration of Three thousand pounds of good tobb. in hand paid by WILLIAM GRIFFIN, by these presents doth bargain sell and confirm unto WM GRIFFIN and his heirs all that parcel of Land lying in the Parish & County aforesd: wch: sd: Land was formerly given by the Last Will & Testament of WILLIAM SERGEANT deced., unto REBECCA WELLS, Daughter of BARNABY WELLS, in fee, who dying in her minority & without issue the sd: Land with the appurtenances came and descended unto JNO: WELLS, being Brother in the whole blood to said REBECCA WELLS, as may appear by the Last Will and Testament of WM: SERGEANT duly proved and recorded whose date is the fifteenth day of February one thousand six hundred Eighty & two; and the Rents issues and profits thereof; To have and to hold the p.mises to sd. WILLIAM GRIFFIN and his heirs to be holden to the Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee or Fees by the Rents and Services due and accustomed to be paid; In Witness whereof the partyes to these presents have interchangeably sett their hands & seals the day & year above written
Sigillat & Deliberat in presentia
THOMAS his marke RICHARDSON JOHN WELLS
MATTHEW his mark BEAN
Att a Court held for Richmon County the fifth day of October 1715
JOHN WELLS came into Court and acknowledged this his deed unto WILLIAM GRIFFIN and it was admitted to Record Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
Reced of the within menconed WILLM. GRIFFIN Three thousand pounds of good tobb. being in full satisfaction of the wth:in menconed Lands & Tenements this (blank)
p me JOHN WELLS
At a Court held for Richmond County the fifth day of October 1715
JOHN WELLS came into Court and ackowledged the above Receipt and it was admitted to Record Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
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1718-1719 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 3 [Antient Press]; Page 297-299)
THIS INDENTURE made the Third of June in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighteen Between WILLIAM GRIFFIN of Parish of Sittenburn in County of Richmond of one part and ROBERT COLE of Parish and County aforesd· of other part; Wittnesseth that WILLIAM GRIFFIN for the sume of Five shillings lawfull mony of Great Brittain to him in hand paid by ROBERT COLE by these presents doth bargain and sell unto ROBERT COLE his heirs all that percell of land scituate in Parish and County aforesaid it being part of SERGENTs Pattent containing One hundred acres be the same mo.re or less and bounded by the Land of MARMADUKE BECKWITH, THOMAS HUGHS and JAMES ANDERSON lately purchased by WILLIAM GRIFFIN of JOHN WELLES , Together with all houses orchards profitts and hereditaments: To have and to hold the parcell of land unto ROBERT COLE during the terme of one whole year paying unto WILLIAM GRIFFIN and assignes the yearely rent of one Pepper Corn upon the feast day of St. Michael the Archanglell if lawfuly demanded to the intent that by virtue thereof and of the Statute for transfer.ring uses into possession ROBERT COLE may be in the actuall possession of the premises and thereby the better Inabled to take
a release of the inhe.ritan ce thereof; In W ittness whereof the parties first above named have hereunto inter changeable sett theire hands and seales the day and year first above wrighten
Signed Sealled and Delivered in the presence of
THOMAS his mark TTURNER WILLIAM his mark GRIFFIN
WILLIAM his mark HUNT
RICHARD CLAXTON
Atta Court held for Richmond County the Second day of July 1718
WILLIAM GRIFFIN came into Court and acknowledged this his Deed of Release unto ROBERT COLE and it was admitted to Record
Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
THIS INDENTURE made the Third day of June in yeare of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighteen Between WILLIAM GRIFFIN of ye Parish of Sittinburn in County of Richmond of one part and ROBERT COLE ofthe same Parish and County of other part; Wittnesseth that WILLIAM GRIFFIN in consideration of one plantation and track of land containing fifty acres scituate in Pa.rish and County aforesaid. Begining at a marked Dogwood and red Oak standing by the said GRIFFINs Shope together with all houses orchards and hereditaments to the same belonging by good and authentique Deeds of Bargain and Sale by way of Lease and Release bearingd ate the Second and Third day of June one thousand seven hundred and eighteen by the said ROBERT COLE bargained sould and conveyed by these presents doth bargain and sell unto ROBERT COLE (in his actuall possession now being of that percell of land mentioned (the lines and bounds of the
land repeated as in the foregoing Lease To have and to hould the per cell of land unto ROBERT COLE his beires free and clear from all incumbrances whatsoever, In Wittness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably sett their hands and Seales the day and year first within wrighten
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
THOMAS his mark TURNER WILLIAM his mark GRiffIN
WILLIAM his mark HUNT
RICHARD CLAXTON
Atta Court held for Richmond County the Second day of June 1718
WILLIAM GRIFFIN came into Court and acknowledged this his Deed of Release unto ROBERT COLE and it was admitted w Record: Also ANN GRIFFIN, Wife of the said WILLIAM GRIFFIN appeared in Court and relinquished her right of Dover in the land conveyed in this Deed unto the said ROBERT COLE which was also admitted to Record
Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
=== he may be the s/o George a s/o William Sargent d. 1683
1728-1733 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 19; [Antient Press]; Page 80
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JANE SARJANT Wife of WILLIAM SARJANT of the City of BRISTOLL have made and in my place putt and deputed THOMAS WAREING of Essex County in the Collony of Virginia Gent my true & lawfull Attorney for me to relinquish my right of Dowry to all Lands & Tenements which my husband is now possessed of in KING GEORGE's County or any other County in the Collony of Virginia which my said Husband shall make sale of, and for me to make seale and deliver all other acts whatsoever concerning the premises as fully as I my selfe might do. In Wittness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this fourteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Twenty Nine 1729, in presence of WILLM. LLOYD, JANE SARJANT
JOSEPH SMITH
At a Court held for Essex County the 16th day of December 1729
This Power of Attorney was in due form proved by the Oaths of the Witnesses therunto & admitted to record

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1729-1735 King George County, Virginia Deed Book 1-A; [Antient Press]; Page 281-282
Indenture 5th April 1734 between JOHN CORDER of County of Prince William & Parish of Hamilton & WILLIAM REMEY of County of King George Parish of Hanover Carpenter .. by Deeds of lease & release .. for 1500 pounds of Tobacco grant 100 acres now in tenure of JOHN CORDER & formerly belonging to WILLIAM SARJANT & by the Last Will & Testament of the sd WILLIAM SARJENT left to his Godson WILLIAM WITTERIDGE & now falls by heir to the within named JOHN CORDER land bounded line of WILLIAM CARTER near MATTOCKS path; line of BROWNS; line of ORIGINAL ROES;: JOHN CHIN; line of THOMAS RANDOLPH to beginning ..
Presence John Grant, John x Cordill (sic)
Wm. Clater Patience x Cordill
Samuel Hackney
5th April 1734 .. Deeds of Lease & Release recorded .. the sd. Pattence being Solely examined & JOSEPH HUDNALL by Virtue of Power of Attorney relinquished the Right of Dower of MARY HACKNEY wife of the sd SAMUEL ..
Know all men .. I MARY HACKNEY wife of SAMUEL HACKNEY of New Hambleton Parish & County of Prince William .. appoint Mr. JOSEPH HUDNALL Gent. to acknowledge my Relinquishment of Dower .. 5th April 1734.
Presence John Cordill
Mary x Hackney
Sam'l. Hackney
5th April 1734 .. Power of Attorney recorded.
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1662-1666 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 567
JOHN BOWIN, 550 acs. in the freshes of Rappa. Co., on the maine br. of Rappa. Cr., 20 Oct. 1665, p. 538, (659). Adj. land of Mr. Wm. Lane, running up the br. N.N.W. &c. to a poplar, supposed to be a line tree of Mr. Vaus standing nere the run or beaver dam side, thence S.W. by S. &c. Trans. of 11 pers: Phillip Wading Thomas Jones, Ralph Walding, Mary Dudly, James Walding, Jane Walding, Mary Wotton, Peter Axtin, Wm. Serjant, Edmd. Pagget, Jno. Dudly.
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1662-1666 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 567
WM. SERJANT & EDMOND PAGGETT, 707 acs. on S. side of Rappa. Riv. on the head of Mill Cr. alias Tignors Cr., beg. at cor tree of Jno. Dangerfeild alias Andrew Gilsons, W. by N. &c. to line of trees belonging to Lt. Col. Guterige (Guttredge), N.E. by E. arc. to line trees of Tho. Rauson (or Ranson), N. by E. &c. 20 Oct. 1666, p. 540, (661). Trans. of 15 pers: Wm. Farmer, Jno. Bowin, Robt. Bowin, Mary Bowin, Fran. Bowin, Wm. Atkins, Tho. Sharpe, Robt. Walton, Samll. Parker, Danll. Hudson, James Hudson, Mary Wms., Margtt. Willis (or Wilbis), Charles Cough (or Couch), Wm. Adson.
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1666-1679 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 188
WM. SEARGANT & JOANE CLARKE. 1585.3 acs.. Rappa. Co.. on NE side of Rappa, Riv., 26 Sept. 16'8, p. 656. Beg. by a Cart Path; nye Mattox Path. to Capt. Lord; to Jno. Bottler upon a hr. of Rappa. Sw: to Jno. Bowin: to Cha. Snead; by Capt. Wm. Mosely, &c. Trans. of 32 pers: Tho. Ford. Jone Thresore, Ph. Perkier. Wm. Broadstreet, Gid. Frith, Eliz. Blumfeikl, Richd. Jnoson (Johnson), Jno. Thomson, Fra. Cellby, Ann Compton, Jno. Roberts, Tho. Jones. Wm. Gear, Fro. Simonds, Wm. Bayly, Tho. Buck. Ben. Buck, Geo, Smith, Eliz. Jones. Sutton (?), An Graves, Wm. Clifton. Jno. Ford, Edwd. Lewis. Tho. Gullies. Mary Tompson, Ja. Gresham, Jno. French. Za. Eldritt, Tho. Fryon, Wm. Segior, Jno Apleby. 
Sargent, William {add records} (I117068)
 
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1715-1718 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 139-140
KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents that we ELIZABETH TAFFE, WILLIAM WOODBRIDGE & THOMAS BRYANT of County of Richmond are held and firmly bound unto the Worspll, his Maties: Justices of the Peace for the sd: County in the full & just sume of Four hundred pounds Sterling, to the which payment well & truely to be made we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these p:sents; Sealed with our Seales and dated the Sixth day of June 1716
THE CONDITION of this Obligation is such that if the above bound ELIZA TAFFE, Admrs of all the goods chattells & creditts of PETER TAFFE deced„ do make a true and perfect Inventory of all the goods chattel's & creditts of the sd. deced., and the same so made do xhibit into the County Court of Richmond at such time as she shall be thereunto re-
quired by sd: Court: And the goods chattells & creditts shall well & truely administer according to Law, And further shall make a just and true account of her actins and doings therein when thereunto required by sd: Court and shall pay and deliver unto such persons respectively as the Justices shall direct by their order or Judgment pursuant to the Laws in such case made and provided; And if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will & Testament was made by the sd: deced., and the Exr. or Exrs. therein named do exhbit the same in sd: Court making request to have it allowed and approved, accordingly if the sd; ELIZA; TAFFE being thereunto required do render and deliver up her Letters of Admon: approbation of such Testament being first had and made in sd: Court; Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue
Signed Sealed and Delivered in p:sence of ELIZABETH her mark TAFFE
(no witnesses recorded WILL: WOODBRIDGE
THOMAS BRYAN
Acknowledged in Richmond County Court the Sixth day of June 1716 by ELIZA: TAFFE, WILLIAM WOODBRIDGE and THOMAS BRYANT and ordered to be recorded
Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
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1709-1717 Richmond County, Virginia Wills Book 3 and Inventories [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 273
- Peter TAFF, inv. at the house of Elizabeth TAFF;
4 Jul 1716.
[Peter TAFF.mar. Elizabeth (WOODBRIDGE) McLAUGHLIN;
they had two sons, Thomas and John. MRC, p.202.] 
Taff, Peter (I64194)
 
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1718-1721 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 16; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 264-66.
21 Feb, 1720/21. Richard Long of St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, to Ann James now wife to Sherwood James of same. For the true and natural affection that I bear to my welbeloved daughter Anne now wife to Sherwood James.
50 acres, part of a pattent lately granted to me in St. Mary's parish ... mouth of a great branch it being a corner of Anthony Head's ... to the main run of the Mount Creek
Richard (R) Long.
WIt: John Munday, Gabriel (G) Long, John (J B) Bendall. 21 Feb, 1720 [1721]. Acknowledged by. Richard Long. Ann wife of Richard Long relinquished her right of dower.
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1743-1759 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 12; [Antient Press];
Page 119-122
Indenture 3 Oct 1752 between SHERWOOD JAMES and ANN JAMES of Parish of Drysdale in Caroline County and WILLIAM BOWLWAIR of Parish of St. Margaret's of same, Planter .. deeds of lease and release .. for £23 .. grants 500 acres in Parish of St. Thomas on branches of the Rappadan River on the upper side the Mine Run and Black Walnut Runs .. part of a patent granted to Henry Willis, dec'd, for 3500 acres, and sold to Sherwood James .. bounded .. Jonathan Gibson .. James Roach .. Ignatius West .. Colo. Spotswood's .
Witnesses: Sherwood (X) James
Roger Dixon, John Taylor, George Fraser,
Jereh. Morton, Thos. Macridee, James Mackittrick
Recorded Orange County 23rd November 1752 
Long, Anne (I84099)
 

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