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

Richard Golding

Male Bef 1715 - 1750  (> 35 years)


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  • Name Richard Golding 
    Born Bef 1715 
    Gender Male 
    Died 7 Sep 1750  Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia - Admin Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I117299  Tree1
    Last Modified 16 Jan 2020 

    Family Mary Richardson,   b. Aft 1707, Sittenbourne Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1764, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 57 years) 
    Last Modified 16 Jan 2020 
    Family ID F46633  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

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      KING GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK A-1;1721-1752 {George Harrison Sanford King}; Page 669
      WILL OF GOLDING, RICHARD (d.i., 1750). COB#2: 7 September 1750 = Administration on the estate of Richard Golding, deceased, is granted to Harry Turner, Mary Golding, his widow, having relinquished her right of administration. On 5 September 1751 an inventory of his estate was recorded in I#2, p. 86 and this is noted in COB#3, p. 19. Further information in regard to the estate of Richard Golding, deceased, is to be found in Fiduciary Account Book #3, p. 83, where various estate accounts are filed including a copy of a portion of Major Harry Turner's Store Book, 1 February 1753.
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      KING GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK A-1;1721-1752 {George Harrison Sanford King}; Pages 183-184
      WILL OF GEORGE PAYNE
      In the Name of God Amen. I George Payne of the County of King George and Parish of Hanover being sick and weak of body but of perfect sence and memory thanks be to God, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, (that is to say) after all my just debts be paid and discharged by my Executors hereafter named my worldly estate I bestow as followeth.
      Item: I give and bequeath to my loving son William Payne my Negro man named Toney to him and his heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
      Item: I give and bequeath to my loving wife Martha Payne my servant boy John Gaddis and my grey horse called Credit in consideration of her Thirds of my said Negro Toney to her and her heirs.
      Item: I leave all the remaining part of my estate of what kind soever to be equally divided between my loving wife Martha Payne and my loving son William Payne and if my loving son William Payne should die without such heirs of his body or before he arrives to the age of Twenty years that all his part of my estate I give to William Jett, son of William Jett and Anne his wife, and that my loving friend William Jett have the care of my son William Payne and his estate until he arrives to the age of Twenty years and that if he thinks fit out of his part of my estate to buy him a young Negro girl at the risque of my said son.
      Item: I do hereby nominate and appoint my loving wife Martha Payne and my loving friend William Jett sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In Witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seale this 12th day of September 1745.

      His *******
      George [X] Payne *Seale*
      Mark *******
      Sign'd & Sealed in the Presence of
      Thomas Greenstreet
      His
      Richard [X] Golding
      Mark
      His
      John [X] Campbell
      Mark

      At a Court held for King George County on Friday October the 4: 1745.
      The Last Will and Testament of George Payne, Deceased, was presented into Court by William Jett & Martha Payne his Executors who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of Richard Golding and Thomas Greenstreet and admitted to record, the sd Executors having with Harry Turner entred into Bond in the sum of One Hundred Pounds for the same.
      Cop.a Test.
      Harry Turner Cl: Cur:
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      1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp.351-352
      Indenture Quadripartite 5th December 1735 between HONOUR RICHARDSON of Parish of Hanover King George County Widdow of first part, MARY HUGHS Daughter of HONOUR of 2nd part .. ANNE HUGHS & FRANCES HUGHS Daughters of said MARY HUGHS of third part & ELIZABETH YATES Daughter of said HONOUR of ffourth part .. in consideration of natural love .. unto her said daughters & Grand children for their advancement have granted unto my said Daughter MARY HUGHS half of tract containing 600 acres which was given by my Father JOHN BARROW by his last Will 3rd February 1684 unto his three Sons MOSES, ALEXANDER & JONATHAN intail & for want of heirs to his Daughters the said HONOUR & CICELY and by default of heirs of his said Sons after their deaths & after death of CHISLEY the same vested in HONOUR & also 50 acres more of said tract whereon I now live for & during terms of her natural life & after her decease to my Grand Daughters ANNE HUGH & FRANCES HUGH equally to be divided & for default of Heirs to Heirs of MARY HUGHS .. and all remainder unto my said Daughter ELIZABETH YATES ..
      Presence Robt. Taylor, Honour x Richardson
      Geo. Payne, John Spencer
      Secondly by the above deed of Gift do give my said grand children ANNE & FRANCES one half of tract called the black neck & all my moveable estate .. & the use of my Daughter MARY HUGHS for her life ..
      5th December 1735 .. WILLIAM REMEY by Virtue of Power of Attorney from HONOUR RICHARDSON acknowledged this Deed of Gift ..
      Know all men .. I HONOUR RICHARDSON Widdow of King George County .. appoint Mr. WILLIAM REMEY of same to acknowledge my right & title .. 12th December 1735.
      Presence Robt. Taylor, Honour x Richardson
      Richard x Golding, Thos. Wood
      5th December 1735 .. Power of Attorney recorded.

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