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

Henry Filkin

Male Bef 1703 - 1743  (> 40 years)


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  • Name Henry Filkin 
    Born Bef 1703 
    Gender Male 
    Died 28 Feb 1742/43  Prince William County, Virginia - Executor Bond Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I048983  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2019 

    Father Robert Filkin,   b. Bef 1636,   d. Aft 1656, Sittenburne Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 22 years) 
    Family ID F25953  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Rose Farrow,   b. Bef 1707, Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1743, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 38 years) 
    Married Bef 1723  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2019 
    Family ID F25952  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Prince William County, Virginia Will Book Liber C, 1734-1744; (John Fredrick Dorman); Pages 380-382.
      Pages 389-90. Bond of Rose Filkins, widow, Joseph Davis and
      Mason Bennett unto the worshipfull the Gent. Justices of the
      County Court of Prince William. For 100. 28 Feb. 1742.
      Rose Filkins is admx. of Henry Filkins.
      Rose (R) Filkins Joseph Davis
      Mason Bennett
      28 Feb. 1742. Ack. and OR.
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      Prince William County, Virginia Will Book Liber C, 1734-1744; (John Fredrick Dorman); Pages 419-420.
      Inventory of estate of Henry Filkins, dec. 26 March 1743.
      Total valuation ;
      Francis Ash
      William Davis
      John Cooffer
      Appraisers sworn before Moses Linton, 7 May 1743. 23 May 1743. Presented: in court and OR.

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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED BOOK J, 1722 - 1728; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 18-20
      -This Indenture made 20th December in Seventh year of Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the first between HENRY FILK1N of County Stafford and WILLIAM PURLES for sum Fifteen hundred pounds of good tobacco .. for divers good causes doth grant unto William Puries tract in county of Stafford beginning upon main run of Occaquan on the North side of the main run beginning at the mouth of a Branch commonly called the Mare Branch .. to the back line .. containing 150 acres being part of 750 acres of land unto William Furies .. granted to me Henry Filkin by Pattent from under the Proprietors hand ..
      Presence James x French,
      William x Spiller, Louis x Jacques Henry Filkin
      Art a Court held for Stafford County March ye 14th 1721 Then came Henry Filkin & personally acknowledged the within deed .. ordered to be recorded which is accordingly.
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED BOOK J; 1722-1728; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      pp.21-22 This Indenture made 10th March in Seventh year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the first between HENRY FlLKIN of County Stafford Planter and WILLIAM SPILLER of County afsd .. for sure Three thousand two hundred pounds of good tobacco and for divers good causes doth grant tract in County Stafford beginning, upon the main run of Occaquan and on the North side of the main run at the Mouth of a Branch commonly called the Mare Branch and extending to the Back line it being part of 750 acres granted to me Henry Filkin and MATHEW MOSS by Pattent from under hands & seals of the Proprietors agents and so along the back line to a Branch commonly called the Mare Branch .. to first beginning .. for 100 acres of land -.
      Presence of Sam'l. Kent, Henry Filkin David Anderson, Will: Bland
      Att. a Court held for Stafford County March ye 14th 1721 Then came Henry filkin & personally acknowledged the within Deed .. ordered to be recorded which is accordingly.
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED BOOK J; 1722-1728; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      PP. 77-78 Know all men .. that Wee HENRY FILKIN and MATHEW MOSS both of Stafford County have taken up a tract containing 700 acres with a Pattent from under the Proprietor's Agents hands Mr. THOMAS LEE in county Stafford and on the fresh waters of Occaquan River and on the North side of the said Fresh water river in the forrest of the said Occoquon opposite against the land of LEWIS REIGHNOE and LEWIS TACKQUETT the said land beginning upon the Branch of the Fresh water river at an old Lick below the said MATHEW 'MOSS'S plantation ...opposite against the land of HENRY HAWLEY'S otherwise WILLIAM SPILLERS and so extending up the said Fresh water river for breadth & length to contain the 700 acres and it is agreed between us the said HENRY FILKIN and Mathew Moss that our Division line Shall be Vizt. Beginning at the mouth of a Branch upon the Riverside below the plantation of JAMES FRENCH opposite against a small Isle in the said River and Running to back line of said land the said branch is commonly called by the name of the Dividing Branch and all the land above the said Branch to go to Henry Filkin's and all the land below to be Mathew Moss' line We do bind ourselves in penal sum of Ten Thousand pounds of Tobacco & caske .. by they that first renounces these agreements ..
      Signed in the presence of us Henry Filkin
      this 8th day of March 1720/1 Mathew x Moss
      Stephen Brown, Lewis x Reighnoe
      At a Court held for Stafford County March the 14th 1724 The Above Division of Land was presented into Court by Henry Filkin & Mathew Moss which is ordered to be recorded the same is accordingly.
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED BOOK J; 1722-1728; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 137-138 This Indenture WILLIAM PURLES of County Stafford Planter and EDWARD BERRY of said county .. for Ffourteen hundred pounds of Tobacco hath sold the full half part of that tract which said Purler bought of HENRY FFILKIN in County Stafford on North side of Occaquan fresh water River opposite to land of LEWIS TACKQUET being part of Tract taken up by Henry Ffilkin and MATHEW MOSS and sold by said Ffilkin to Purler for 150 acres more or less and said Purler doth sell to Edward Berry that part of land which Purer had formerly sold to CHARLES WILLSON but not confirmed being the upper part of the tract bounds laid off by said Ffilkin and some others for the said Charles Willson for 75 acres more or less .. set hand and Seal 7th August 1724.
      (No signature)
      This Indenture in consideration sum of ffourteen hundred pounds of tobacco in hand paid by Edward Berry .. do grant .. all above land as is specified together with all and Singular the houses ..
      Presence William x Howell, William x Purler O Henry Ffilkin
      At a Court held in Stafford County 9th September 1724 .. William Purler acknowledged this Deed to be his proper Act and Deed .. ordered to be recorded.
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      1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
      Pages 202-209. Feb. 25, 1731. Henry Filkins of Prince William, plante to James Haggard of same, planter considerations him there unto moveing....and sum of 2000 lbs. Tob....branch on south side of Ocquoqu River known by name of Long branch in Hamilton Parish....100 a.... being part of greater tract....near line of Henry Halley. Deed of lease and release. Henry Filkins
      Wit: Diana (her mark) Metcalfe, John Metcalfe, Richard Haggard. Feb. 28, 1731 recd. of James Haggard 200 lbs. Tob.
      At court April 19, 1732 Vallentine Barton by virtue of Power of Attorney from Henry Filkins acknowledged this release with receipt endorsed.
      Page 209. Henry Filkins of Prince William appoint my beloved friend Vallentine Barton my true and lawfull attorney....to acknowledge in Prince Wm. County court unto James Haggard 100 a....seal this 17
      day of April 1732. Wit: Thomas Reno, Rich' d. Haggard.
      At court April 19, 1732 this power of attorney from Henry Filkins to Vallentine Barton was proved by wit.
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      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {June Whitehurst Johnson}: Liber B; 1732-1735;
      Pages 63-66. July 15, 1733. Henry Filkin of Pr. William, planter to Richard Wright of same co., trader.... for 4000 lbs. Tob...land whereon now lives Benjamin Colough....on small run called Spillers Run issuing out of south side of Cedar Run in Parish of Hamilton....containing 50 a....part of a greater tract of 800 a....greater tract was granted in joynt tenancy unto Halley and Hogan by deed from the Proprietors office then granted in Stafford Co....greater tract was divided between said Halley and Hogan and said Halley sold his part of said land unto William Spiller as by records in Stafford Co....the 50 a. was sold by William Spiller unto Henry Filkin as by records in Stafford Co. ....land standing in a line of greater tract....near William Spillers Jr..... line of Charles Gwatkinz below the head of the race ground....corner to Thomas Whitledge....deed of lease and release. Henry Filkins
      Wit: Thomas Reno, Robart (B) Bates
      At court July 10, 1733 Henry Filkins, planter acknowledged this release to Richard Wright, trader.

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