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

William {Addl Records} Marshall

Male Abt 1697 - Bef 1757  (~ 60 years)


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  • Name William {Addl Records} Marshall 
    Born Abt 1697  Westmoreland County, Virginia - {Addl Records} Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 10 Nov 1757  Caroline County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I002279  Tree1
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 

    Father Thomas Marshall,   b. Abt 1648,   d. 31 May 1704, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 years) 
    Mother Martha Sherwood,   b. 1662, Sittingbourne Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jul 1749, Culpeper County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years) 
    Married Abt 30 Apr 1685  Sittingborne Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Notes 
    • The Virginia Magazine
      Vol XXXIV 1926
      page 82/83

      Essex Co. Va Feb 8, 1685/6, Book 7, p443
      Thomas Marshall of Sittenburn Parish, Old Rappahannock Co. & wife Martha.
      Deed to Francis James, [Land was occupied by Thomas & Martha Marshall.)
      === it has been shown that Thomas married Martha not Sarah
      1685,
      MARSHALL,
      THOMAS
      Married Sarah, daughter of Philip Sherwood
      Book: O 1,
      Page: 173

      Essex County, Virginia Marriages, 1655-1900
    Family ID F01591  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • ===
      WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1718-1721; pg 71
      Westmoreland County Court 26th November 1719.
      In the difference brought in Chancery before this Count by WILLIAM
      MARSHALL son of THOMAS MARSHALL, decd. against ALEX. THOMPSON who intermarried with MARTHA the Exorx. of the said THOMAS MARSHALL. Upon hearing the Bill replyacon answer and replycacon &c. and mature consideration thereon had together with the arguments of both parties Attorneys It is considered by the Court and accordingly decreed that the aforesaid WILLIAM MARSHALL shall have and receive from the aforesaid ALEX THOMPSON one child's part of the personal Estate of the said THOMAS MARSHALL and moreover It is decreed and ordered that the said THOMPSON do deliver to the complainant aforesaid all and singular the land Deeds Writeings and Evidences that in any manner or sort do or may relate to the title of the land devised to the said WILLIAM by his aforesaid father and that the said THOMPSON pay costs.
      ===
      history of Caroline co. va
      page 315
      Homestead grants-Drysdale Parish
      1730 - William Marshall 150 acres adj John Ellis
      1732-1734 order books show 3 slaves
      1732-1744; Caroline Jurors; William Marshall served 20 times
      1733; listed as road supervisor
      1752; Lt William Marshall (Capt Thomas Buckner also listed]
      Company Officers: 5th Co. Capt William Marshall, Lt Richard Durrett
      1778 reorg of 5th co: William Durrett for William Marshall as Capt, Richard Durrett remains 1st Lt.
      St. Margaret's Parish Wardens and Vestry: William Marshall & Timothy Chandler [1748-1751]
      1769; William Marshall exc/admin of Henry Buchhannon.
      1772: William Marshall exc/admin of Diannah Goodloe [along with George Chapman, John Marshall, George Durrett]

      Joy creek church built 1722 East of Beverley run before Caroline was a county

      The Drysdale parish extended from the spotsylvania/caroline line into King And Queen co.
      area between the Mattapony-Rappahannock Watershed and the north bank of the Mattapony.

      St. Margaret's from Upper King William Co to the Caroline-Spotsylvania line.
      area between Mattapony and the North Anna-Pamunkey watershed
      ===
      1728-1729 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book A; [Antient Press]; Page 410,
      Spotsylvania County Deed Book A 2nd September 1729
      -This Indenture made the twenty ninth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty nine By and Between CHARLES TALIAFERRO of St. Mary's parish in Caroline County, Gent. of the one part and WILLIAM MARSHALL of St. George parish and Spotsylvania County, planter of the other part. Witnesseth that the said CHARLES TALIAFERRO for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings sterling to him in hand paid by the said WILLIAM MARSHALL before the ensealing and delivery of these presents hath granted bargained and sold, and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said WILLIAM MARSHALL his Executors Administrators ad assigns all that tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and fifty acres lying and being in the parish of St. George and County of Spotsylvania [being a part of the said CHARLES TALIAFERRO's Motts Run tract of land] Beginning at a white oak in line of JOHN BOWSEE's patent [now the land of JONATHAN GIBSON, Jun. and corner to Colo. HENRY WILLIS] thence south by west three degrees fifteen minutes west two hundred and fifty pole to two white oaks and a hiccory corner to the said BOWSEE, thence west by north three degrees fifteen minutes north ninety six poles to a white oak, thence north by east three degrees fifteen minutes east two hundred and fifty poles to a white oak and a red oak on a branch side another corner of the said WILLIS thence with the line of the said WILLIS east by south three degrees fifteen minutes south ninety six poles to the Beginning, and
      the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders of the same and of every part and parcell thereof To Have and To Hold the said seat or tract of land and premises with all appurtenances unto the said WILLIAM MARSHALL his Executors Administrators and assigns forever the day before the date of these presents for and during the full term and time of one whole year from thence next ensuing and fully to be compleated and ended yielding and paying therefore the rent of one Ear of Indian corn at the feast of St. Michael the Arch Angell only if the same be lawfully demanded to the end intent and purpose that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for Transferring uses into possessions the said WILLIAM MARSHALL may be in the actuall possession of the said premises and be enabled to accept a grant and release of the Reversion and Inheritance of the same to him and his heirs forever. In Witness whereof the said partys to these presents have Interchangeably put their hands and seals the day month and year first above written.
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of us
      A. SMITH, M. BATTALEY CHARLES TALIAFERRO [seal]
      WM. BLEDSOE
      do hereby acknowledge the Receipt of the within mentioned sum of five shillings sterling in consideration of the within mentioned Land and premises. I say Received of me the 29th August 1729. CHARLES TALIAFERRO
      A. SMITH, M. BATTALEY, WM. BLEDSOE
      At a Court held for Spotsylvania County September the Second Anno Dom. 1729. CHARLES TALIAFERRO, Gent. acknowledged this his Deed of Lease for Land unto WILLIAM MARSHALL at whose motion the same was admitted to record,
      Test JOHN WALLER, Clk. Curt.
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.combs-families.org/combs/assoc/u-thatcher.htm
      URL title: Elizabeth UNDERWOOD of Richmond and King George Cos, Virginia
      Note:
      ?? 1730 - (King George DBA-1:29-34) Thomas THATCHER of King George to William WHEELER of Westmoreland... deeds of lease and release... 3400 lbs. tobacco... grant tract part in King George and part in Westmoreland & part in Stafford County containing 110 acres... part of 220 acres left to said THATCHER'S wife by her Deced father William PANNELL & bounded ... corner tree to Henry BERRY & Robert PECK; near HAILES Path; line of George KING; John PEARCE; Beaver Dam of Jordans bridge; line of Thomas PORTER, land first granted to one Thomas HARVEY by Deeds bearing date of 20 Jul 1697 & by serveral conveyances which other deeds will appear became William PANNELS which said tract left by will to be Equally Divided between his two Daughters Katherine and Mary .. the whole containing 220 acres. S/Katherine [X] THATCHER, Thomas THATCHER; Wits: Chas. SEALE, Benj. STROTHER, Francis LACON; ..1st May 1730 Katherine solely & secretly examined relinquished her dower...(Sparacio)
      ===
      James Hughes 2005-06-04 09:31:55
      http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ysbinns/vataxlists/

      1789 Personal Tax List Caroline County, Virginia

      Date of Receiving Lists from Individuals
      March 10

      Persons Name Charged With the Tax
      William Marshall

      Name and Number of White Males Over 16 Years of Age
      William Marshall, & William Carter }2

      No. of Blacks Over 16 Years Old
      12
      _____
      _____

      Date of Receiving Lists from Individuals
      March 10

      Persons Name Charged With the Tax
      Margaret Marshall

      Name and Number of White Males Over 16 Years of Age
      Carter & Will Marshall

      No. of Blacks Over 16 Years Old
      4
      _____
      _____

      Date of Receiving Lists from Individuals
      April 8

      Persons Name Charged With the Tax
      Francis Marshall

      Name and Number of White Males Over 16 Years of Age
      Francis Marshall}1

      No. of Blacks Over 16 Years Old
      0
      _____
      _____

      Date of Receiving Lists from Individuals
      May 27

      Persons Name Charged With the Tax
      Philip Lightfoot Estate

      Name and Number of White Males Over 16 Years of Age
      Thomas Marshall}1

      No. of Blacks Over 16 Years Old
      18
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      1789 Land Tax List Caroline County, Virginia

      Propertietax? Name No. of acres Price/Acres Amt. of Land Amt. of Tax
      Brought Foward

      William Marshall 805 5/1 204.12.1 3 1 5

      Margaret Marshall 708 7/1 275.10.10 4 2 8
      ------------------------------------------------------------
      1799 Personal A Tax List Caroline County, Virginia

      Column headings are:
      Date when taken
      Persons name chargable with tax
      Free male tithes
      Black tithes
      Blacks 12 & not 16
      Horses & mules

      March 25 Marshall, Benj. 1000
      Marshall, Thomas 1000
      Marshall, Carter 1201
      Marshall, James 1000

      April 1 Marshall, William 1322
      Marshall, John 1000
      Marshall, Francis? (indexed as Francis? but could be Thomas compare to Thomas under Benj.) 1003

      April 25 Marshall, Margaret 1021

      -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------
      1799 Land Tax List Caroline County, Virginia

      Marshall, Margaret
      ------------------------------------------------------------
      1799 Personal B Tax List

      There is a William Marshall indexed as being on page 10 of the Personal B Tax List but I don't see him on the page.
      http://freepages.misc.rootsweb.com/~vataxlists/Caroline/1799PersonalB/10.j pg
      ===
      Caroline County VA
      Order Book, 1755-1758:

      Will of William Marshall presented by Exs. Elizabeth Marshall, Michael Yates and John Estes.
      Appraisers appointed, William Tyler, James Martin, Christopher Tompkins and George Yates, Nov. 10, 1757, page 312.
      ===
      Will of Alexander Smith 1773
      Records of Essex County
      Tappahannock, Virginia.
      Will Book No. 12,, page 570.
      Will of Alex'r Smith of the Town of Tappahannook.
      Dated 9 December 1773. Probated 20 December 1773.
      To son Thomas Smith land bought of John, Davis, Mrs Mary Davis and William Marshall.
      To son Samuel Smith lands purchased of Col. Francis Waring, Benjamin Wagoner, Nathan Wagoner, Wm Gerrard, Reuben Meador and Nicholas Falconer
      Refers to his 2 sons Thomas and Saml, both under 21.
      To "my half sister Isabel"
      To "my sister ( sisters ?) Jane and Christian.
      To "my Brother James"
      To "my Brother John and my sister Anna"
      To wife as deceased.
      To my brother Samuel" deceased.
      To my brother Thomas" deceased.
      Appoints Thomas Roane, John Brockenbrough and John Rennolds guardians of son Thomas.
      Appoints Archibald Ritchie, Thomas Streshley and Jack Power guardians of son Samuel.
      Witnesses Leah x Edmondson, Mary x Crittenden, Wm Edmondson, John Seayres, Ambrose White.
      ===
      James Hughes 2005-09-17 15:58:12
      Eubank Entries in the Caroline County, Virginia,Court Order Books 1732 - 1799

      1747 June12 - Action of trespass. WM MARSHALL against WM EUBANK. Dismissed, being agreed
      ===
      James Hughes 2005-10-07 15:53:22
      Spotsylvania County, Virginia

      typ patent
      ref VPB 12 p350-351
      dat 11 May 1726
      to William Marshall
      re 400a on the Brs. of Stoney Lick in Saint Georges Par. in Spotsylvania County
      loc 13979 14472 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) a Stake Standing between Two White Oaks The One in William Marshalls Line and the other in the County Line ln N61W; 76P; William Marshall
      pt B) a Corner black Oak and Red Oak of Marshalls ln NE; 86P;
      pt C) a red Oak by a Small red Oak Corner of Mr Henry Goodloes ln NW; 26P; Mr Henry Goodloe
      pt D) a Corner White Oak of the Said Goodloes ln W; 230P;
      pt E) a White Oak and Samll red oak of the Said Goodloes ln NW; 102P;
      pt F) a White Oak and red Oak on the Side of a hill a Corner of Goodloes on the W Side a branch ln S5W; 216P; fm W side a Br.
      pt G) two Small red Oaks and Small White Oak nigh the Topp of a Hill on the W Side a Branch in Mr. Robert Baylors Line ln S65E; 232P; Mr Robert Baylor, fm W side a Br.
      pt H) a Red Oak Bush Standing in Mr Robert Baylors Line and the County Line on a Small Levell Thence lm ne; 188P; SW 188P fm County Line on a Small Levell
      end
      ===
      James Hughes 2005-10-07 16:02:34
      Caroline Co.

      typ patent
      ref SP# & CE# VPB 12 p350-351
      dat 11 May 1726
      frm Hugh Drysdale
      to William Marshall
      re 400a on the Brs. of Stoney Lick in Saint Georges Par. in Spotsylvania County loc 80400 50224 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) a Stake Standing between Two White Oaks The One in William Marshalls Line and the other in the County Line ln N61W; 76P; William Marshall
      pt B) a Corner black Oak and Red Oak of Marshalls ln NE; 86P;
      pt C) a red Oak by a Small red Oak Corner of Mr Henry Goodloes ln NW; 26P; Mr Henry Goodloe pt D) a Corner White Oak of the Said Goodloes
      ln W; 230P;
      pt E) a White Oak and Samll red oak of the Said Goodloes ln NW; 102P;
      pt F) a White Oak and red Oak on the Side of a hill a Corner of Goodloes on the W Side a branch ln S5W; 216P; fm W side a Br.
      pt G) two Small red Oaks and Small White Oak nigh the Topp of a Hill on the W Side a Branch in Mr. Robert Baylors Line ln S65E; 232P; Mr Robert Baylor, fm W side a Br.
      pt H) a Red Oak Bush Standing in Mr Robert Baylors Line and the County Line on a Small Levell Thence 1m ne; 188P; SW 188P fm County Line on a Small Levell
      end

      typ patent
      ref VPB 13 p491
      dat 28 Sep 1730
      frm William Gooch
      to Richard and Francis Fowler
      con 15 Shill.
      re 137.5a in the parish of St. Margarets in Caroline County
      loc 86704 51248 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) at a White Oak Corner Tree to his own Land the Lands of William Marshall and Whitehead Ryon ln N43.5W; 169P; Whitehead Ryon
      pt B) the said Ryons Corner Red Oak in the line of Mr Henry Goodloe Thence with the the said Goodlows line ln S52.5W; 63P; Mr Henry Goodloe/Godlow
      pt C) his corner white Oak Thence with his line ln N67W; 35P;
      pt D) Paul Piggs Corner White Oak ln S42.5W; 164P; Paul Pigg
      pt E) the said Richard Fowlers own line lm N87e; 302P; sd Richard Fowlers own line
      end

      typ patent
      ref CE# VPB 14 p286
      dat 25 August 1731
      frm William Gooch
      to William Marshall
      con 15 Shill.
      re 150a in The Parish of St. Margarets in Caroline County
      loc 82512 51408 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) at a Corner white Oak of Zachariah Martin & Running Thence along his Line ln S87W; 310P; Zachariah Martin
      pt B) Mr Robert Baylors Corner Red Oak ln N61W; 32P; Mr Robert Baylor
      pt C) the County Line Thence along That Line lm NE; 183P; along the County Line
      pt D) the said Marshals two Corner white Oaks Thence along his Own and The Line of Paul Pig
      lc S57.5E; 234P; sd Marshall & Paul Pig
      end

      typ patent
      ref CE# VPB 14 p287-288
      dat 25 Aug 1731
      frm William Gooch
      to Zachariah Martin
      con 35 Shill.
      re 306a in the Parish of St. Margarets in Caroline Co.
      loc 82416 51440 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) at a Corner white Oak of Paul Pigg and William Marshall and Running Thence along the said Martin's Lines ln S2E; 146P; st Martin's Lines
      pt B) Thence along The Said Martin's Line ln S87.5W; 310P;
      pt C) Robert Powels Corner white Oak by a Branch ln N68W; 52P; Robert Powel, fm a Br.
      pt D) Powels and Baylors Corner hickory lm ; ; N49E 138P Baylor
      pt E) Baylors corner black Oak
      lc N87.5E; 310P; William Marshall
      end
      ===
      Caroline County, Virginia, Order Book 1732-1740, Part 2,
      page 547, 12 July Court 1739 - Action of trespass,
      assault and battery and false imprisonment. Joseph King, Plaintiff against John Powell and Mayes Pickett, Defendants. Jury, Archibald McPherson, John Taliaferro, John Griffin, Joseph Stevens, William Marshall, James Taylor, Oliver Towles, James Pendleton, William Lawson, John Baylor, Robert Woolfolk and James Micou, find for the plaintiff 50 shillings sterling. John Baylor, foreman.

      Caroline County, Virginia, Order Book 1732-1740, Part 2,
      page 616, 13 June Court 1740 - Action on the case.
      John Latham, Plaintiff against Joseph Hoomes, Defendant. Jury, John Latham, Edward Herndon, John Beasley, Samuel Norment, Robert Jones, Wm. Lawson, Jacob Johns, William Connor, James Lindsey, William Wyatt, William Marshall, Charles Yarbrough and Rice Williams, find for the defendant. William Lawson, foreman.

      CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
      LAWSONS http://carl.lawson dot net/Media/Lawsons-Various%20Counties/Caroline.html
      ===
      Spotsylvania County Records , Page 155
      Note:
      Augt. 4, 1741. William x Marsh of St. Geo. Par., Spts. County, to Erasmus Withers Allen of St. Ann's Par., Essex Co. 18 curr. 304 a. in Spts. Co. Larkin Chew, Tho. Reeves. Augt. 4, 1741. Elizabeth, wife of William Marsh, acknowledged her dower, etc.
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL:
      URL title:
      Note:
      ALLEN, MATHEW (d.i., 1752). COB#3, p.139: 3 November 1752=Administration on the estate of Mathew Allen, deceased, is granted to WILLIAM MARSHALL (sic), he giving bond with William Wharton (sic) and John Nicholls his securities. His estate was ordered to be appraised and same was return to cout 1 February 1753 and recorded in I#2, p. 102; COB#3, p.147. There seems to be some discrepancy as to the administrator of the estate of Mathew Allen as on 3 November 1752 William Wharton (sic) gave bond in the sum of L100 as administrator of the estate of Mathew Allen, deceased, with John Nicholls, his security. [BB#3, p. 126]
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      Campbell vs. Braxton

      . . .That Robert Hill and William Griffin were the securities to the said administaration bond of the said Robert Price deceased. That the said Robert Hill is dead, and his son Robert Hill is his executor or administrator. That the said William Griffin is also dead, and William Marshall and Cyrus Griffin were his executors, both of whom are dead and no person hath taken administratation de bonis non upon his estates, but - - the wife of John Lewis is the only child and heir at law, devisee and legal representative of the said William Griffin deceased. . . .

      Source:
      Fleet, Beverley,
      King and Queen County records concerning 18th century persons
      Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 126 pgs.
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://64.233.179.104/search?q=cache:NpK37ma4I4oJ:homepages.rootsweb.com/~ lksstarr/knreports/JacksonRuckerTinsleyTimeline.rtf+%22george+braxton%22,+ %22william+marshall%22&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=6
      URL title: Time Line for the Northern Neck Jackson / Tinsley / Rucker Lines
      Note:
      1741, April 10 Suit on attachment. McPherson agst estate William Jackson .. plt proving his acct, Sheriff executed attachment in hands of Lawrence Anderson, George Goodloe Gent, William Marshall, Michael Ginning, Christopher Ecoff, Matthew Brooks, Anthony Samuel, James Samuel and Michael Smith. It's ordered the garnishees declare what of the estate of the deft they have in their hands. [Caroline OB 1732-1740 p. 41] May 8 McPherson agst Jackson - Goodloe declared he has 1.10; James Samuel has 10 shillings; Laurence Anderson has 10 shillings; Michael Smith has L0.7.6; William Marshall has 0.18.6; Matthew Brooks has 0.3.4. Ordered garnishees pay petitioner. [Caroline OB 1732-40 p. 45]
      ===
      James Hughes 2006-05-02 11:17:46
      Caroline County, Virginia - Survey Book Wm and Mary College Quarterly , Vol. 19, No. 3. (Jan., 1911),

      I'm wondering if Mr. Baylor could be a missprint. Robert Powell is said to be the son of John Powell and Mary Coghill. He married Sarah Taylor dau. of James Taylor.

      13. For John Ellis, 530 acres in St. Margaret's parish, on the 26 of February, 1730.
      14. For John Ellis, 533 acres in St. Margaret's Parish, same date.
      15. For Zach Martin, 306 acres in St. Margaret's Parish, near Paul Pigg, Robert POWELL, William MARSHALL and Mr. Baylor, same date.

      Caroline County, Virginia - Survey Book Wm and Mary College Quarterly , Vol. 19, No. 3. (Jan., 1911),
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.shirleyassociation.com/OldShirleySite/caroline_county_virginia. htm
      URL title: Caroline County Virginia
      Note:
      1724 Zachary Martin of King and Queen County 400 acres of new land in King William county in St. John's Parish on the branches of the South Fork of the South River and Stoney Lick Run, beginning at Robert Powell's line, on Fowler's line of his home tract. on SHIRLEY'S line. [note: Land in King William County that later fell in Caroline County according to abstractor]
      ===
      typ patent
      ref CE# VPB 14 p287-288
      dat 25 Aug 1731
      frm William Gooch
      to Zachariah MARTIN
      con 35 Shill.
      re 306a in the Parish of St. Margarets in Caroline Co.
      loc 82416 51440 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) at a Corner white Oak of Paul PIGG and William MARSHALL and Running Thence along the said Martin's Lines ln S2E; 146P; st Martin's Lines
      pt B) Thence along The Said Martin's Line ln S87.5W; 310P;
      pt C) Robert POWELS Corner white Oak by a Branch ln N68W; 52P; Robert POWEL, fm a Br.
      pt D) POWELS and Baylors Corner hickory lm ; ; N49E 138P Baylor
      pt E) Baylors corner black Oak lc N87.5E; 310P; William MARSHALL
      end
      ===
      Could Zachariah Martin have been the son of Abram "Zachariah" Martin?

      typ patent
      ref CE# VPB 14 p286
      dat 25 August 1731
      frm William Gooch
      to William MARSHALL
      con 15 Shill.
      re 150a in The Parish of St. Margarets in Caroline County loc 82512 51408 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) at a Corner white Oak of Zachariah MARTIN & Running Thence along his Line ln S87W; 310P; Zachariah MARTIN
      pt B) Mr Robert Baylors Corner Red Oak ln N61W; 32P; Mr Robert Baylor
      pt C) the County Line Thence along That Line lm NE; 183P; along the County Line
      pt D) the said Marshals two Corner white Oaks Thence along his Own and The Line of Paul Pig lc S57.5E; 234P; sd MARSHALL & Paul PIG
      end
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      Note:
      jh note:[William Marshall is listed on p.645]

      URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=644&last=&g_p=P9&collec tion=LO Patent
      Title Stanard, William.
      Publication 18 April 1705.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: King William County.
      Description: 960 acres on the branches of the Upper Herring Creek in Pamunkey Neck, beginning &c. in the fork of Perry's Swamp.
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 9, 1697-1706 (v.1 & 2 p.1-742), p. 644 (Reel 9).
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=marshal l+richard+durrett&db=online&areas=10&head=online&booknum=&category=&words= marshall&first=richard&last=durrett&cmd=context&id=37c1e7eec#hit1
      URL title: Orange County Virginia Families vol 3 , Page 153
      Note:
      In 1744 William Marshall of Caroline transferred for nominal consideration of five pounds, 400 acres in Spottsylvania to Richard Durrett of Orange. The county lines were then not definite and the area above and North of the Rivanna was Hanover, later Fredericksville Parish, Louisa, and finally Albemarle. However Spottsylvania extended into this area and in 1734 Orange was formed but there were many years before the line was clearly drawn. It is likely that the 370 acres sold in 1775 by William Brockman, Richard Durrett and Thomas Jones is a part of the 400 acres transferred by William Marshall. Richard Durrett and wife Elizabeth of Caroline in 1775 transferred 116 acres to William Durrett and if he was the son of Richard, who died 1784, then he moved into Albemarle, and was the son of Richard Durrett and wife Sarah Hampton. The deed of Charles Taliaferro in 1729 to Jael Johnson, his daughter and her son James Williams (son by first marriage of Jael) is proof that she was his daughter. Betty Marshall, daughter of Jael Johnson, was apparently wife of William Marshall, and she was a Williams and William was the son of Elizabeth Marshall referred to in the Will of Richard Durrett 1763-68. This suggests that William Brockman, Thomas Jones as well as Richard Durrett were legatees of Elizabeth Marshall, but whether William was legatee thru his wife or mother, who could have been a Marshall is not known at this writing. My conclusion that William Brockman married Elizabeth Mason seems sound but the name Mason in the family could have come from William's mother. At any rate one of them William or Samuel, married a Mason and one a Marshall. One William Marshall married Elizabeth Williams, and John, who married Elizabeth Markham (Will Culpeper) was then likely William's father and, William was son of Thomas Marshall, spouse of Elizabeth who passed on the Marshall land to the Durretts and other heirs
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.historiccourtrecords.org/courtrecordsearch.asp?query1=yates%2C+ william&process=newsearch&B1=Search
      URL title: Fredericksburg Court Record Search
      Note:
      Court Record Data
      Context Extract
      Defendant Daniel Coleman (admr.); William Yates (admr.); Michael Yates (decd. - exor. of William Marshall decd. (1757)}
      Locality Caroline Co.
      Plaintiff Benjamin Winn (admr.); Aquilla Johnston
      Administrative Information
      Record title Winn admr. ads Yates's Admr.
      Year recorded 1799
      Collection CR-DC-V
      Record ID 559-14
      End Notes
      Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
      Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
      Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
      Extracted on 10/21/2002
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=Cary-Es tes+Genealogy+&db=online&areas=10&head=online&booknum=&category=&words=Car y-Estes+Genealogy+&first=&last=&cmd=context&id=37c1c89424#hit1
      URL title: Cary-Estes Genealogy , Page 121
      Note:
      On the petition of Thomas Estes, ordered that he have the administration of the estate of Anne Estes, dec'd. John Pickett and Benjamin Wootten, his security. Appraisers appointed (named) Oct. 11, 1745, page 537.

      Ordered James Dismuke, Joseph Stevens and William Marshall to divide the estate of Thomas Estes according to his will, Nov. 8, 1745, page 541.

      Ordered James Dismuke, Joseph Stevens, William Marshall and Roger Quarles to divide the estate of Thomas Estes dec'd, and, also, settle the administration of said estate, Feb. 14, 1756, page 564.
      ===
      WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 92
      THIS INDENTURE made the 23d day of October in ye first year of ye Reign of our Sovereign Lord George ye 2d., by ye grace of God of Great Birttain France & Ireland. King Defender of the faith &c., And in ye year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred & twenty seven. Between WILLIAM MARSHALL of ye County of KING and QUEEN in ye Colony of Virginia. Planter, of the one part and JOHN MARSHALL of ye County of Westmoreland in Virginia of the other part; Witnesseth that WILLIAM MARSHALL in consideration of ye sum of five shillings Sterling money of England to him in hand paid, ye receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath and doth hereby bargain and sell unto JOHN MARSHALL his heirs all that tract of land (except ye parsell of Land wch: was sold out of it to MICHAEL HULBURT) scituate in Westmoreland County in Washington Parish on or near APPAMATOX CREEK & being part of a tract of land containing 1200 acres formerly granted to JNO: WASHINGTON &THO: POPE. Gent. by Patent dated the 4th September 1661. & by them lost for want of Seating & since granted to Coll. NICHOLAS SPENCER by Order Genii. Court dated September ye 21st 1668 & by ye sd. SPENCER assigned to ye sd JNO: WASHINGTON ye 9th of October 1669, which sd, two hundred acres was conveyed & sold to THOMAS MARSHALL by FRANCIS WRIGHT & afterwards acknowledged in Court by JOHN WRIGHT ye 28th day of May 1707, which two hundred acres of land be ye same more or less and bounded, Begining at a black Oak standing in ye Southermost line of ye sd. 1200 acres & being a corner tree of a line that divideth this two hundred acres from 100 acres of MICHAEL HULBARTs, extending along ye said Southermost line West two hundred poles to a marked red Oak, thence North 160 poles to another marked red Oak, thence East 200 poles to a black Oak of ye sd. HALBARTs finally by ye sd. HALBARTs to ye place it began, with all houses & all other things thereunto belonging: with the rents issues and profits thereof; To have and to hold the land & premises unto JOHN MARSHALL his heirs during the term of six month that by vertue thereof and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession, JOHN MARSHALL may be in the actual possession of the premises & might be enabled to take a release of the same to him his heirs, In Witness whereof the parties to these present Indentures interchangeably have set hands & seals ye day & year first above written
      Sealed and dd. in sight & presence of
      FRANCIS LACON, JANE LACON, WM: MARSHALL
      THOMAS THOMPSON
      Westmoreld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 27th day of March 1728 WILLIAM MARSHALL personally acknowledged this Lease of Land by him passed to JOHN MARSHALL to be his proper act and ded, which at the instance of the sd, JOHN MARSHALL is admitted to Record Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
      Recorded the 29th day of March 1728 pr. G. T. C. C. W.
      Westmoreld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 27th day of March 1728 WILLIAM MARSHALL personally acknowledged this Deed of Release of Land by him passed to JOHN MARSHALL to be his proper act and deed, Also JOHN PIPER, by virtue of a Power of Attorney from ELIZABETH MARSHALL, Wife of the sd. WILLIAM MARSHALL, to him for that purpose made, relinquished her the sd. ELIZABETH MARSHALLs Right of Dower and Thirds in and to the Lands by the sd. Deed menconed to be conveyed, all which at the instance of the sd. JOHN MARSHALL are admitted to Record
      Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W
      Recorded the 29th day of March 1728 pr. G.T C. C. W.
      (On margin; MARSHALL's Power of Atto, to PIPER)
      ENOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ELIZABETH MARSHALL of ye County of KING and QUEEN do by these presents constitute & make my trusty and good Friend, JOHN PIPER. of ye County of Westmoreland to be my true & lawful! Attorney for me to acknowledge in Court my Right Title of Dower of & unto one certain tract of land which my Husband. WILLIAM MARSHALL. hath sold unto JOHN MARSHALL. granting my sd. Attorney all my full power and rattifying & allowing the same to be as well done & to be held done &vallued in same as though I my self had done it personally, As Witness my
      hand & seal this 26th day of October Annoq: Domini 1727
      THOMAS FRANK. ELIZABETH signum MARSHALL
      GEORGE HARPER

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