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

John Bowen

Male Bef 1645 - 1686  (> 41 years)


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  • Name John Bowen 
    Born Bef 1645 
    Gender Male 
    Died 17 May 1686  Old Rappahannock County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I028804  Tree1
    Last Modified 25 Jan 2021 

    Family ID F17485  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Rebecca Doniphan,   b. Bef 1650,   d. Aft 1686, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 38 years) 
    Married Bef 1666  Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Matthew Bowen,   b. Aft 1666, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1695, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 27 years)
     2. John Bowen,   b. Aft 1668, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1695, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 27 years)
     3. Martha Bowen,   b. Aft 1671, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Alexander Bowen,   b. Abt 1674, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Stephen Bowen,   b. Abt 1676, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Jan 1748/49, King George County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 73 years)
    Last Modified 25 Jan 2021 
    Family ID F16054  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692
      BOWEN, JOHN,
      1 April, 1686 ; Proved 5 May, 1686 & recorded 17 May, 1686.
      Sick of Body yett thanks be unto God of perfect memory.
      To my two sons Mathew and John Bowen Two hundred & fifty Acres of Land where I now live to be Equally divided between them when please God they shall live to the age of Twenty one years.
      To my other two sons Stephen & Alexander Bowen my part of a parcell of Land lying in the forke bought by Alexander Doniphan & myself of George Jones Containing five hundred Acres to be Equally divided between them when they shall Live to the Age of Twenty one years and if either of my sons die that then my Daughter Martha to have his part of Land and if any issue of my sons should die or all the Remainder of my sons die that then my daughters Martha and the Child my Wife goeth with all to have the above remaining part of my Land.
      To my son Matthew my horse Jack.
      To my Daughter Martha a young mare now Running in the woods a grey Colour she and her increase forever.
      To my Loving Wife a gray horse Hector.
      I give also a mare and Two horses to my sons Stephen John and Alexander and the Child my Wife goeth with all wth. the encrease of the Mare forever.
      To my Loving Wife and John, Stephen and Alexander, Martha and the Child my Wife goeth with all my female Cattle to be equally divided between them and for the male Cattle I bequeath unto my Loving Wife and also to her all the Hoggs and what household goods I have.
      Wife Executrix and son Matthew Executor.
      Wit. MOSES HUEBERT, Alex. DONIPHAN, FFRAN: X WILLIAMS. Page 75.
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      1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 46-47
      DART, THOMAS, (Nuncupative Will),
      The deposition of Barnaby Wells aged 40 years or thereabouts Examined & Sworne Saith that yor depont being in the Company wth: Thomas Dart at ye House of Mr Donathan about ye Month of March last was twelve-month did ask ye sd Dart if You should die in ye Condition You are in now who will you give yor Estate to the sd Dart Replied that he freely Gave all his Estate he had in ye world to John Bowen Excepting onely one Cow Calfe well: said he I give to my God Son but yor depont is ignorant who that Godson is & not long after yt sd Dart was Murthered by Indians these or ye like words is ye whole Trueth to ye best of yor depont°: Judgmt & further Saith not
      sign
      BARNABY WELLS Sworn to in Court August 1, 1677.
      The deposition of Richard Hollis, aged 40 years or thereabouts, Examined & Sworne, Saith That yor depont Living at ye house of John Bowin did heare one Thomas Dart (who put in at ye House as he was Going to Mr Donathans, Say that if he was killed by ye Indians he freely gave all his Estate to ye said John Bowen & some after ye said Dart was Murthered by Indians these or like words is ye Whole Truth to ye best of Yor Deponts knowledge & further Saith not
      sign
      Sworn to in Court August 1, 1677. Richasrd Hollis
      Probated 5 die 7brts Ano 1677. Page 46.
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      Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1658-1692 page 89
      SARGENT, WILLIAM, 14 April, 1683.
      I dispose of my worldly estate as followeth after my funerall charges debts and Legacies paid.
      To son George all my lands in Virg or elsewhere to be delivered to him by my Executors hereafter named when he shall attain to the age of twenty years also to my son George all my personall estate together with the produce thereof to be delivered to him as soon as he shall attaine to the age of twenty years aforesaid. If my Executors hereafter named shall think fit to bring my perishable goods to an appraisement or to be sold at an outcry then the produce thereof to be delivered to my son George at the age aboresaid. My will and desire is that one diaper table Cloath fifteen napkins a bell mettle pot And a feather bed and furniture ten breeding Cows A bull and my Mares Remaine unsold with their Encrease And that the said Cattle and Mares Remain on the Plantation and lands whereon I now live And the encrease to be delivered to my son George at the age aforesaid. What other goods my Executors shall keep and think fitt not to be sold or appraised to Remaine in their Custody And to be delivered to my son George at the age aforesaid. My will is that out of ye produce of what goods my Executors shall make sale of that it be laid out in good Non household stuff and such other necessaries as they shall think fitt for the benefit of my son George and his Plantations to be delivered to him at the age abovesaid. My will is that both my Plantations be kept employed by my Executors And that my houses and fences be kept in Repair until my son shall Attain to the age above said And that one sixty foot tobacco house be built on the Plantation where I now live about two years before he attain to his said age. It is my will that my Executors give a lease to Richard Mathews of the land he now lives on until my son George comes to the age aforesaid he paying the quit Rents during ye time. In case my said son shall dye (w God forbid) before he attain to the age of twenty years then I give unto Richard Mathews his heirs and assigns forever ye Plantation whereon he now lives in the fforest with a hundred acres adjoining it. In case of my sons death above said [-----] unto William Whitridge his heirs and assigns forever [-----] Son of John Whitridge one hundred acres of land of the same dividend adjoining on the dividing land between Mrs Joane Clark and mine. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Will Warren his heirs and assign's forever son of John Warren one hundred acres of land of the same divident adjoining on Will Whitridge, Richard Mathews and John Bowen. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Henry Feild his heirs and assigns forever son of Abraham Ffeild devd one hundred acres of land of the same divident Crossing the lines of Will Whitridge And William Warren to John Bowen line and back to the dividing line of Mrs Joane Clark and mine. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Will Griffin his heirs and assigns forever son of Will Griffin decd fifty acres of land the same divident beginning at the great Swamp of his fathers line running along the said line to the line of Henry feild afores°. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Frances Sterne her heirs and assigns forever daughter of David Sterne and Rebeccah Wells her heirs and assigns forever daughter of Barnaby Wells the residue of the said land in the forest aforesaid to be equally divided between them quantity for quantity and quality for quality. In case of my sons death aforesaid I give unto John Deane his heirs and assigns forever son of John Deane one of my Executors hereafter named all the plantation with the land belonging whereon I now live together with ten Cattle that is to say six cows and one bull and three steeres Alsoe the hogs on the said land belonging to me. In case of my sons death aforesaid ye Residue of my Estate to be distributed among the poorest and most incapable of living of my God Children According to ye discretion of my Executors if they think fitt.
      To every and each of my friends here named; George Jones to Honoria his wife to John Weire to Mr Daniel Gaines to Mr Thomas Perkins to Mrs. Jane Deane wife of John Deane one of my Executors to Mrs. Martha Taylor twenty shillings apiece to buy them mourning Rings. To each of my Executors hereafter named twenty shillings apiece to buy them mourning Rings. It is my will that my said Son remain with his God father and Godmother until he attaine to the age aforesaid and to be brought up to learn to Read write and Cast accounts and the Grammer Rules if possible. And last I ordaine and appoint Capt George Taylor John Deane and Mrs Elizabeth Jones Exs. of this my last will and Testament.
      Wit. ALEX. DONIPHAN, aged 30 years or thereabouts, Rees EVANS, aged 30 years or thereabouts, JOHN MILLS, age 36 years or thereabouts.
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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 351-353
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN BOWEN of the County of Rappa. planter for divers good causes and consideracons me thereunto mooving & more especially for the consideracon of Twenty two hundred pounds of good sound Tobo: and Caske recd of JOHN MOTLEY of Rappa. Planter have for me and my heires bargained and sold unto the aforesaid John Motley his heires all my right title and interrest of the just Halfe or moyety of Five hundred and fifty acres of land granted to me by Pattent bearing date the 20th 8br 1666 the said land being in the County of Rappa. As will more fully appeare by the Pattent the abovesaid Halfe or moyety being or lying next to the land called Vosses and divided by a line of marked trees from the other halfe or moyety To Have and To Hold the said land for Ever wth all Immunityes thereunto belonging in as full and ample manner as is granted to me by the abovesaid Pattent IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto sett my hand this 5th 9br 1667
      In presents of WILLIAM SARGENT, John Bowen
      STEPHEN MANRING his marke
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa 1st Die Januarii 1667
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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 353-356
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN BOWEN Planter of the County of Rappa, for the Consideracon of Eleaven hundred pounds of Tob: & caske by me in hand received of GEORGE JONES have granted and confirmed unto GEORGE JONES his heires all my right title and interrest of the Just Halfe or moyety of Two hundred seaventy seaven acres of land being the Residue of a Pattent of 333 acres of land granted to me by Pattent bearing Date 20th of 8br 1666 The first halfe of the sd Patt being sold by me to JOHN MOTLEY as by Deed appeares bearing date the 5th 9br 1667, the said land To Have and To Hold to him the sd George Jones his heires for Ever in 63 full and ample manner ac is granted to me by the said Pattent IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this 30th xbr 1667.
      In presents of us WILLIAM EALES, John Bowen
      STEPHEN MANRING his marke
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa primo Die Januarii 1667
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN BOWEN of the County of Rappa. Planter doe hereby constitute my good Friend Majr. JOHN WEIR my true and lawful] Attorney to accknowledge the sale of a parcell of land sold by me to JOHN MOTLEY
      In presents of us WILLIAM EALES, John Bowen
      STEPHEN MANRING his marke
      Recordat in Com Rappa x Die Januarii 1667
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I REBECKA BOWEN of the County of Rappa. doe hereby constitute my good Friend Majr. JOHN WEIR my true and lawfull Attorney to accknowledge the sale of a parcell of land sold by my husband JOHN BOWEN to JOHN MOTLEY bearing date the 5th day of 9br 1667 and one of land sold to George Jones bearing date wth these presents hereby ratifying and confirming wtsoever my said Attorney shall doe in the premises this next Court held for Rappa. County. WITTNESS my hand and Seale this 30th day of xbr 1667.
      In the presents of WILLIAM EALES Rebecka Bowen
      STEPHEN MANRING
      Recordat in Com Rappa x Die Januarii 1667
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part I - 1672-1674; Antient Press: page 33-34
      KNOW ALL MEN that I JOHN BOWEN of the County of Rappa. Planter for diverse good causes more especially for the consideration of Twenty two hundred pounds of good sound tobacco and cask received of JOHN MATLEY of Rappahannock Planter have for me my heirs and assigns sold unto the aforesaid JOHN MATLEY his heirs and assignes all my right and claime of the just halfe or moiety of five hundred and fifty acres of land granted to me by Pattent bearing date the 20th of October 1666 the said land being in the County of Rappahannock as will more fully appear by the Pattent abovesaid halfe or moiety being or lying next to the land called VAPES and divided by a line of marked trees from the other halfe or moiety To have and hold the said land forever with all Innuities thereunto belonging in as full and ample manner as is granted to me by the abovesaid Pattent in Writing In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this 5th of November 1671
      in presence of WILLIAM LARGEST, JOHN BOWEN
      STEPHEN MANNERING
      I the Subscriber doe assigne over all my right and title of this within mentioned Bill of Sale unto WILLIAM GRIFFIN and JOHN WHITRIDGE their heirs & assignes forever as Witness my hand this 25th of May 1672/1
      Test THOMAS BLISSED
      WILLIAM SERGEANT
      Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa Tertio die July 1672
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      1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 52-53
      KNOW ALL MEN that I JOHN BOWEN of the County of Rappa. Planter for diverse good causes and more especially for the consideration of Twenty two hundred pounds of good sound Tobo and caske received of JOHN MOTHEN of Rappa. Planter the receipt whereof I doe acknowledge have for me my heirs and assigns sold and confirmed unto the aforesaid JOHN MOTHEN [Motley] his heirs and assigns all my right and Interest of the just half or moiety of Five hundred and fifty acres of land granted to me by Pattent bearing date the Twentieth of October 1666 the said land being in the County of Rappa as will more fully appeare by the said Pattent the abovesd halfe or moyety being or lying next to the land called VASES and divided by a land of marked trees from the other halfe or moyety To have and to hold the said land forever wth all Immunities thereunto belonging in as full and ample manner as is granted to me by the abovesaid Pattent In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this 5th of November 1667
      in presence of us WILLIAM SERJANT JOHN BOWEN
      STEPHEN MANNERING
      I the Subscriber doe assigne over all my Right and title of this within mentioned Bill of Sale unto WILLIAM GRIFFIN and JOHN WHITRIDGE from me my heirs and assigns to the said WILLIAM GRIFFIN and JOHN WHITRIDGE their heirs and assigns forever as Witness my hand this 25th of May 1672
      Test THOMAS BLISSED JOHN MOTHEN
      WILLIAM SARGENT
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN MOTHEN and MARY MOTHEN do acknowledge our well beloved Friend THOMAS BLESSED to be our Lawfull Attorney to acknowledge the half of five hundred and fifty acres of land unto WILLIAM GRIFFIN and JOHN WHITRIDGE them or either of them in this Court for Rappa. for wch land I have assigned over a Bill of Sale made to me from JOHN BOWEN wch I doe acknowledge by my said Attorney in Witness whereof wee have sett to our hands and seals this 25th of (blank) 1672
      in presence of us WILLIAM SARGENT JOHN MOTHEN
      RICHARD WHARTON MARY MOTHEN
      Recordatr x6d die 9bris 1672
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      1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 53
      TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall come I JOHN BOWEN send greeting &c. Know yee that I the said JOHN BOWEN for the sum of Three thousand pounds of tobacco and cask to me paid or secured to be paid doe from me my heirs and administrators sell and set over unto THOMAS POULTON his heirs and assigns forever one peice or parcel of land containing One hundred acres being on the North side of RAPPA RIVER being part of a Devident of land formerly granted to me the said JOHN BOWEN by the Right Honble the Governor by Pattent bearing date the 17th of Aprill 1668 and running as the swamp goes to the BRIDGES WAY Northerly and from the PATH No West to the line againe wch goes to the MAIN SWAMP To have and to hold and enjoy the aforesaid land with all houses outhouses edifices and buildings and all and every the rights and hereditaments whatsoever with the appurtenances as the same was granted to me by Pattent foresaid In Witness I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the 21th day of October 1672 Before the signing and sealing hereof I doe appoint GEORGE JONES to acknowledge this at the next Court
      in presence of us GEORGE JONES, JOHN BOWEN
      THOMAS BARKER
      Recognit in Cu: Com Rappa Sexto die 9bris 1672
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part I - 1672-1674; Antient Press: page 161-162
      TO ALL TO WHOM &c. Know ye &c that I Sr. WILLIAM BERKELEY Knt. Gover. &c do with the consent & advice of the Coun cell of State give and graunt JOHN BOWEN & GEORGE JONES Six hundred Eighty and Nine acres of land scituate in the County of Rappa on the head branches of RAPPA CREEK and neare the land of
      Mr. WILLIAM LANE beginning at a marked red Oake whence runing No. and by Ea, to a Locust No.E to a white Oake No. E. to a Maple being the severall courses of an Eastward Branch whence No, No, We. to a marked Gum neare the Main Run or BEAVER DAMM side whence down the Main Run side So. Ea, to the place began including the abovesd quantity this land being due by transportation of Fourteene persons into this Collony whose names are on the records mentioned under this Pattent To have and To hold &c. to be held &c. yeilding and paying &c. Provided &c, dated the 17th of April 1668 Annoque Regis 2 & 20
      WILLIAM BERKELEY
      PHILL. LUDWELL
      KNOW ALL MEN that I JOHN BOWEN for the valuable consideration of Seaven thousand pounds of good tobacco in Casque to me in hand paid already by RICHARD SHEPARD the Receipt whereof I doe hereby acknowledge doe from me my heirs & assignes sett over unto the said RICHARD SHEPARD his heirs and assignes forever all my right claime and demand whatsoever of the land of this within mentioned Patent To have hold & enjoy the within mentioned land to him & his heirs forever as Witness my hand and seals this 30th of December 1673
      Test GEORGE JONES, JOHN BOWIN
      THOMAS BARKER REBECCA BOWEN
      Recognit in Cu Com Rappa 7 die January 1673/4
      KNOW ALL MEN that we JOHN BOWEN and REBECCA BOWEN do appoint GEORGE JONES for us and in our names and in our places to bee our true & lawfull Attorney to acknowledge at the next Court held for Rappa County an Instrument of Writing made to RICHARD SHEPARD being endorsed on the back side of a Pattent being Six hundred acres made over to the said SHEPARD by wee the said BOWEN and I the said REBECCA BOWEN do hereby impower the said JONES to acknowledge likewise my right of the thirds of the said land to the said SHEPARD ratyfying and confirming all and whatsoever our said Attoeney shall act & doe in the premises as Witness our hands & seals this 30th Xber 1673
      in presence of THOMAS BARKER, JOHN BOWEN
      DAVID PRIOR REBECCA BOWEN
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      1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 176-177
      TO ALL TO WHOM &c. I Sr. WILLIAM BERKLEY, Knt. Governr: &c., Capt. Generall of Virginia &c, Whereas &c, Now know yee that I ye said Sr; WM, BERKLEY, Knt. Governor &c, doe wth ye advice & consent of ye Councell of State accordingly give & grant unto JOHN BOWEN & GEORGE JOANES Six hundred eighty nine acres of land scituate in ye County of Rappae; on ye head branches of RAPPAE: CREEK &neare ye land of Mr, WILLIAM LANE, beginning at a marked red Oak, thence tuning N. by E. to a Locust, W. to a white Oak, No. by E. to a Maple, being ye severall courses of an Eastward Branch, whence N.N.W. to a maricd Gumm neare ye MAIN PUN nr REAVERDAM side, whence downe ye MAINE RUNN side S. by E. & finally E. Nly to ye place begun, Including ye abovesaid Quantity this land being due by transportation of Fourteen persons unto this Collony whose names are on ye Records mentioned undr. this Patient; To have & to hold &c. Yeilding & paying &c. Provided &c. Given under my hand & ye Seale of ye Collony ye 17th of April! 1668
      JOHN BOWEN & GEORGE JOANES their WM. BERKELEY
      Pattent for 689 acres in ye County of Rappae
      Recordatr, Teste PHIL. LUDWELL CI Officr:
      Recordatr x9 die Junii 1678
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I JOHN BOWIN for ye valuable consideration of Seaven thousand pounds of good tobacco in Cask to me in hand already paid by RICHARD SHEPARD, ye Receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, doe from me my heires sett over unto ye said RICHARD SHEPARD his heires & assignes forever all my right & demand wtsoever of ye land of this wthin mentioned Pattent, To have & to hold & enjoy ye wthin mentioned land to him & his heires forever As Witness my hand & Seale this 30th of Decembr: 1673.
      Teste GEORGE JONES JOHN BOWEN
      THO: BARKER_ REBECCA BOWEN
      Recognitr. in Cur Com Rappae: 7 die Januari 1673/4
      Recordatr x9 die Junii 1678
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I RICHARD SHEPARD for a valuable consideration to me in hand paid by GEORGE JONES from me my heires sell unto ye said GEORGE JONES his heirs & assignes forever all my right & interest of ye land of ye wthin mentioned Patient, To have & to enjoy ye aforesaid land & Patient to him & his heires forever, And doe hereby obliedge my selfe my heires to acknowledge sd Instrumt, of Writing at ye next Cort, held for Rappae: County as Witness my hand & Seale 10th of Novembr: 1676
      Teste EDW: KEELING, RICHARD SHEPARD
      HERMAN SKELDERMAN
      Recognitr in Cur Com Rappae: 2 die Janry. 1677/8 et Recordatr 19 die Junii 78

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      1682-1686 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 59-61
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I GEORGE JONES of the Parrish of Sittingburne in ye County of Rappa: Gent. for consideration of Nine thousand poundsof good sound merchantable Tobb: to me paid or secured to be paid have granted unto ALEXR. DONIPHAN of the Parish and County aforesaid Gent. and unto JOHN BOWEN of the said County, Planter, their heires forever all my right in five hundred acres of land being in the FORREST of Rappah: aforesaid being part of a Dividend of land containing Six hundred and Eighty acres whereof by the said JOHN BOWEN sold and transferred to THOMAS POULTON and by me obteyned in the County Court of Rappa: aforesd: and the residue being Six hundred acres was by the said JOHN BOWEN sold & transferred to RICHARD SHEPPARD and from him sold and transferred to me and by me formerly sold to THOMAS MICHELL and againe obteyned in ye County Court of Rappa: aforesd: all which sales will appear at larg on the Records of the same Court; To have and to hold the sd Five hundred acres of land togeather with all privilidges to the same belonging unto the said ALEXR. DONIPHAN and JOHN BOWEN their heires forever without the claime of any persons undr: me and will at any time hereafter whereto required make such other assurances of the above sd Five hundred acres of land as the Law in that case provides. In Witness whereof I have sett my hand and seale this 21st day of Aprill 1683; Moreover, I the said GEORG JONES doe agree with the said ALEXR. DONIPHAN and JOHN BOWEN their heires that I will at all time hereafter warrt. and defend ye above land against all persons laying any right therein
      Sealed and delivered in the prsence of
      BRUEN RADFORD, GEORG: JONES
      JOHN MEWS
      Recognitr in Cur: Com: Rappa: 5 die Febris: 1683 et Recordatr 'xi die
      Test THO: NEW Cl Cur p tem

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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS
      JOHN MEDERS & HENRY PETERS. 4200 acs.. on S. side & aboure 3 mi. from the Riv. upon Pwomansend (Powmansend) Cr.. Rappa. County, 17 Apr. 1667, p. 28. Beg. new the run next to land of Mr. Silvester Thatcher, &c., over a br. to Quarter br. &c. Trans. of 84 pers: Jo. Webb, Will Jones, Samll. Jnoson (Johnson), Jno. Manning, Ed-ward Anderson, An Anderson, Mary Lancaster. Will Holt, Rich. Willis, Susan Price, Margtt. Winch, Patriak Mason. Jno. Hart, Tho. Bentloe, Mary Bendoe. Tymothy. Ball, Wm. Cochard. Ed. Drason (or Deason). Mar. Foster, Ralph Burts, Alex Palmer, Henry Short. Nicho. Cooper, Walter Howard. John Davies. Will Moore, Martin Barnes. Tho. Allen, Edward Ells, Samll. Farmar, Mary Goslick, Wm. Howsford. Jno. Jenkins, Xtopr. Keible. George Keible. Wrn. Lambert, Robt. Mossey. Rice. Mil-ton, Nath. Milton, The. Evans. Susan Parson. Inn. Cocke. Oneal (an ?) Ireshman, Francis Vcale, Tho. Phips. Antho. Patridge. Nathanll. Swift. James Shadd, David Turner, Katharine Timple, Gilbert Grimes. Roger Webber, Ralph Dike, Phillip Peters, Henry Peelers. Mary Peters, Jno. Peeters, Elie. Peters, Tho. Smith, Jno. Smith, James Horton, Wm. Booth, Inn. Holland, Tho. Frampitt. Henry Brock, Jno. Movies, Francis &raid, Jno. Goad, Wm. Finch, Nicholas Medway. Thomas Stone. Jno. Grave. Wm. Heath, Samll. Medford. Gabriel Dudley. Thomas Harris. Silvester Mathews, Jno. Bowen. Martin Reynolds. Henry Wilkensan, The.. Fleet, Ralph Sawer, Thomas Brent. Wm. Hollis.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS
      JNO. BOWEN & GEORGE JOONES, 689 acs. Rappa. County, on head branches of Rappa. Cr.. neer Mr. Wm. Laine, 17 Apr. 1668, p. 124. Trans. of 14 pers: Wm. Horne, Jno. Harper, Peter Hardy, Tho. Petty, Wm. Draper, Wm. Smith.
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      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 Alain, Wm. Serjant, Edmd. Pagget, Jno. Dudly.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 34
      JNO. BOWEN & GEORGE SOONES, 689 acs. Rappa. Co., on head branches of Rappa. Cr., neer Mr. Wm. Laine, 17 Apr. 1668, p. 124. Trans. of 14 pers: Wm. Home, Jno. Harper, Peter Hartly, Tho. Petty, Wm. Draper, Wm. Smith.

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