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

Daniel McCarty

Male 1679 - 1724  (45 years)


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  • Name Daniel McCarty 
    Born 10 Mar 1679  North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 4 Apr 1724  Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I23914  Tree1
    Last Modified 2 Oct 2022 

    Father Dennis McCarty,   b. Abt 1649, Cork Co, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Mar 1693/94, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia - admin Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 45 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Elizabeth Billington,   b. 1656, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1715, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 58 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married Abt 1677  North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F14898  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Anne Lee,   b. 1682, Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Jan 1732, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years) 
    Married 27 May 1719  Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 2 Oct 2022 
    Family ID F15792  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Elizabeth Pope,   b. 1675, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Jun 1716, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 41 years) 
    Married 19 Oct 1698  North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Robert McCarty,   b. 29 Jan 1699, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1709, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 11 years)  [natural]
     2. Anne Barbara McCarty,   b. 30 Nov 1700, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Dec 1737, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 37 years)  [natural]
     3. Dennis McCarty,   b. 7 Nov 1703, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between Jan and 18 Mar 1743, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 39 years)  [natural]
     4. Katherine McCarty,   b. Mar 1705, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1724, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 18 years)  [natural]
     5. Daniel McCarty,   b. 1708, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Jun 1744, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 36 years)  [natural]
     6. Winifred McCarty,   b. 1709, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1750, St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 42 years)  [natural]
     7. Billington McCarty,   b. Bef 1710, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Jul 1745, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 35 years)  [natural]
     8. Sarah McCarty,   b. Bef 1712, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1737, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 25 years)  [natural]
     9. Thaddeus McCarty,   b. 1712, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Feb 1731/32, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 20 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 2 Oct 2022 
    Family ID F15806  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1723 Stafford County, Virginia rent rolls by James Carter 18 July 1724; 6898 acres Capt. Daniel McCarty; paid 941 lbs tobacco in part
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      Will of Daniel McCarty, Westmoreland County, 29 March 1724
      Westmoreland County Deeds & Wills, 1723 - 1738, pp. 18 - 20
      In the name of God Amen, I Daniel McCarty of the parish of Cople in the County of Westmoreland, Esqr, considering the uncertainty of this transitory life and in order to a more ready resignation of my immortal soul unto the almighty & most merciful God that gave it in full faith & belief of pardon and forgiveness of all my sins & a joyful resurrection to an everlasting state of bliss and happiness through the mercy and merits of my blessed savior and redeemer Jesus Christ. I prepare, make, & declare my last will and testament in manner & form following.
      First, I desire my debts be justly paid without trouble and, that in case of any controversies, that my executors are not satisfied of the justness of the claim that the same be adjudged & decided by indifferent persons without going to law.
      Secondly, Forasmuch as at times I have & so perhaps may have at the time of my death some peoples? obligations for fees whose business is not or may not then be finished. It is my will that in such case a suitable abatement be made them out of their obligation as my trustees shall think right & just.
      Thirdly, I desire a full inventory of my estate to be taken as soon as may be after my death and that the same be valued and not withstanding the same lies in different counties, that the whole be completed & returned to Westmoreland County with a full account of all debts due to me by bill, bond, or account and put into the said inventory as I think it ought to be.
      Fourthly, For a provision for the future support of my loving consort, I will & order that as long as she lives as my widow, she remain on my now dwelling plantation in full possession thereof and as head of my family that she keep my children together and not otherwise provide for by my trustees. That she have liberty to kill or cause to be killed annually such & so much provisions out of my stock, Stafford not excepted, as she shall think needful for my familys use and where it may best be spared. That she be possessed with twelve of my slaves for so long as she remains & lives my widow of the boy Natt, House, Jone, Dinah, , Mollagases, Jenny, and little Jenny to be at her choice to take four out of them and for the other eight my said wife to choose four & my trustees to assign her the other four and all if or can be so reasonably ordered of the slaves then on my said dwelling plantation, those twelve slaves I order & allot (to & for the uses) to wait on my widow & children to do the necessary work in & about my house, to spin up all the wool that my stocks of sheep shall annually yield for the good of my family & in general to make corn for the support of my wife & children & the tobacco to be to & for the use of my said wife the maintaining & fully providing for the said slaves all things by law or reason is needful. It is also my will that within the space of one year after my death, or as soon as conveniently it may be, my executors or trustees purchase the slaves out of any Negro ship my wife shall desire or make choice of which said Negroes is to be settled & worked where my said wife pleases during her life (except their being worked on any part of my land for that she has one thousand acres of land reserved out of Vaulxs patent) the sole profit of whose labor I give & allot to my said wife for her better support & maintenance during her natural life, she always providing for & maintaining the above said slaves with all things needful & lawful.
      Item. It is my will that my wife have the profits of all my gardens & orchards on my said plantation to & for the better support and keeping of my house for herself & my children during her widowhood and also what silver utensils was here before I married her as also all her apparel of any sort that I have given her as well ornamental as needful, together with her horse and such horses as may commonly be called hers at the time of my decease & all her saddles & bridles I give to my wife (if she survives me) and to her disposal to whom she pleases, but in case of failure thereof her clothes I order to be given to her daughters and the ladle to Sarah & candle, kettle, & porringer to Lettice. But it is not my intent or will that my estate should be at the charge or expense of seating the last mentioned ten slaves for my wife, nor that she should bring into my family any persons, boarders, storekeepers, or any others whatsoever but such has property having been or belong to my family. I give and bequeath to my son Denis all my lands in Stafford County to him & his heirs male of his body and for want of such to my son Daniel and the heirs male of his body and for want of such to my son Billington & the heirs male of his body & for want of such to my son Thaddeus and the heirs male of his body and for want of such to the heirs female of my said son Denis and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Daniel and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Billington and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Thaddeus & her heirs and assignees forever.
      Item. I give & bequeath all my lands in Westmoreland County to my son Daniel & his heirs male of his body and for want of such to my son Denis & the heirs male of his body and for want of such to my son Billington and the heirs male of his body and for want of such to my son Thaddeus and the heirs male of his body and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of my said son Daniel and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of my son Denis and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Billington & for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Thaddeus and her heirs and assignees forever.
      Item. I give to my son Billington all my land at Farnham Creek in Richmond County that was my grandfather Billington's. Land to him and his heirs male of his body and for want of such to my son Denis and the heirs male of his body and for want of such to Daniel & the heirs male of his body and for want of such to Thaddeus & the heirs male of his body and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Billington and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Denis and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Daniel and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Thaddeus and her heirs or their heirs forever.
      Item. I give and bequeath to my son Thaddeus, all my land at Mangorite in Richmond County being the land that was Captain John Rice's land I bought of Webly Pavy & the land I bought of Benjamin Hinds to my said son Thaddeus and his heirs male of his body and for want of such to Denis & the heirs male of his body and for want of such to Daniel & the heirs male of his body & for want of such to Billington & the heirs male of his body and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Thaddeus and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Denis & for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Daniel and for want of such to the heirs female of the body of Billington & her heirs or their heirs forever. All the land in fresh waters that I bought of Vincent Cox & Phillip Rogers I give to my son Daniel, his heirs, & assignees.
      Item. All my land in Northumberland County, I give to my son Billington, his heirs, & assignees.
      Item. I give to my son Thaddeus the sum of two hundred pounds sterling to be paid out of my estate in consideration that he has the smallest quantity of land & to buy more with & I confirm to my son Thaddeus the Negro woman, Alice, which I have already given him & all her children already born or hereafter to be born & their future increase before or after my death over & besides his rateable part of my estate hereafter to be given to him. Item. It is my will that my Negro, Kingsale, serve my son Denis & his heirs until he (I mean the said Negro) arrives to forty-five years of age and then to be free and my son Denis to transport him to Maryland and to clothe him well, and it is also my will that my said son Denis have all my Negroes in Stafford that may be there at the time of my death (except Dick, Alice?s husband) and that my trustees or executors in trust hereafter named as soon as convenient may be purchased for my said son as many more Negroes as will make up the whole number with those in Stafford & Kingsale twenty and that my Negro, Pompey, who was apprentice to John Smith, be one of the twenty-five Negroes, all of which I give to my son Denis & the heirs of his body.
      Item. I give to my said son Denis one fourth part of my household stuff as beds, pots, pans, pewter, brass, chairs, tables, & such like and all my stocks of cattle, hogs, sheep, & horses that may be in Stafford at my death and all the debts to me in the said county due & owing & all goods & merchandise there, he paying & discharging all dues & lawful demands against me to all persons in the said county of Stafford & that my said son be possessed with all that is given him within one year after my death or sooner if it conveniently may be.
      Item. It is my will that the other three fourths of my household goods as aforesaid be divide between my other three sons, but to remain in my wifes possession for hers & my family?s use until Daniel marries or goes to housekeeping and then he is to have his part, and the others to have their parts at the death of my said wife & not before unless she pleases.
      Item. I give to my said three younger sons and to each of them all the stocks of horses, cattle, sheep, and hogs that are or at the time of my death may be on the plantation to them respectively given, their mother having the privilege of killing out them as before given and the wool of the sheep thereon to be manufactured as aforesaid, but thereof Denis nor the Negroes assigned to my wife except the first four is not to have any part.
      Item. It is my will that all my children, except Denis, be and remain with their mother on my now dwelling plantation so long as they live single and they are underage and not otherwise disposed of by my trustees if my said wife remains my widow and that they be supported and maintained out of my estate. And it is my will & I do order that within one year or as soon as may be after my daughter Winifred shall be married or arrives to twenty years of age, my said trustees buy & purchase as much land and Negroes or both and Negroes to be settled to & for the use of my said daughter & the heirs of her body & for want of such to my heir at law & his or her heirs forever. And it is also my will & order that within one year or as soon as may be after my daughter Sarah shall be married or arrives to twenty years of age, that the said trustees buy & purchase as much land and Negroes or both and Negroes to be settled to & for the use of my said daughter & the heirs of her body & for want of such to my heir at law & his or her heirs forever.
      Item. I order to my daughter, Mrs. Anna Barbara Fitzhugh, two female Negroes not exceeding forty pounds sterling value to be purchased by my trustees with said two Negroes with their increase I give to my said daughter & the heirs of her body lawfully begotten and for want of such to my heir at law forever.
      Item. It is my will and I do hereby give to each of my grandchildren two young Negroes & fifteen pounds sterling value each slave to be bought by my trustees to every of them my grandchildren that I now have or at the time of death may have and the heirs of each of their bodies and for want of such to their heirs at law or lawful representatives by their mother?s side and for want of such to my heir at law forever. I give to my son Denis, my silver punch bowl & ladle & all the silver tankards & spoons. Cane sugar & mustard pot or canister that came with them & all the rest of my plate I give to my son Daniel.
      Item. I give to my son Denis, my diamond ring, and to son Daniel, my ruby ring and charge both on their duty not to part with them out of the name because they were my fathers.
      To Billington, I give the ring his mother left me at her death.
      To Thaddeus I give the ring made with collage bead of God & the crystal mourning ring with his mothers hair in it, and to Sarah the stone ring that was her mothers & to Denis the mourning ring marked S. P. The stone ring my present wife gave me & which by her request I have constantly worn,
      I give to her son, Mr. Henry Fitzhugh. The debt due to me on Book L. for hers & her sisters account, I order to be paid to my wife & laid out in a young Negro by her for her aforesaid daughter Sarah, to whom I give it.
      Item. It is my will that my Negro woman, Jons or Johanna, that was Mr. Spencers, if she lives to the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and thirty-three, be then delivered from slavery & I do will & order that at that time she be free & be sufficiently clothed & sent to Maryland, but as I expect that my wife will take her for one of the four, so it is my will that if it pleases God that my wife dies before the time aforesaid that the said Negro serve the rest of her time to which of my children she desires and that every Christmas Day she may annually choose her master or mistress for the ensuing year to the end she may not be abused because I think her a faithful servant.
      Item. It is my will and desire that my son Daniel, who is living under the care of Mr. John Gilpin, merchant in Whitehaven, be there continued until his education amounts to one hundred pounds maintenance & all & no more to be paid out of my estate and to him at the day of his arrival in Virginia, I give all my library or books, law & gospel, or any other sort and, if please God he never arrives, I give them all to Thaddeus. All my war habiliment & accoutrements or utensils I give to my sons Denis and Daniel, & my gold studs to Daniel, and for my wearing apparel, I desire my wife to distribute between my son Denis & son-in-law William Payne, as she sees fit. The pictures of my son & daughter Fitzhugh I give to their son at seven years old if any such happens or to remain where they are and my own and first wife's to remain in my dwelling house. My coach & coach horses I leave under my wife?s command while she remains my widow for her and my family?s service as he pleases. My tailor & the boy Cork to do the necessary service for the family & butcher to serve in common as my wife thinks fit at any of my plantations (except Stafford), till Daniel arrives to twenty years of age and then I give him to Billington & now send or David Jones. I give to Thaddeus but each to be bought in to value in a true distribution of my slaves between my three sons. The reason I give Daniel no carpenter because his plantations are well fitted with houses.
      Item. For as much as the land given Thaddeus was Captain John Rices was by the said Rice ( ) on my father and his heirs male so that my son Denis may thereby claim the same in such case if ever my said son Denis or his heirs or assignees shall claim the same or in any way disturb or molest his brother or his heirs, I do revoke all the gifts & bequests in that my will to him made and give the same & every part thereof of land, Negroes, stock, etc. to Thaddeus & his heirs forever & to Denis I give twenty shillings and no more.
      Item. I do hereby declare that all the legacies & bequests in this my will made or to be made to or in favor of my wife is for & in satisfaction of her dower & all claims out of my estate and, if she refuses to accept it as such, then it is my will that she have what the law allows her of my estate & no more. And that my executors & trustees make the best advantage they can to my estate out of that reserved for her in Vaulxs patent. And I do further order that at the proving of this my will my said wife may declare her acceptance or refusal in open court & that the same be entered on record to prevent future claims.
      Item. It is my will & desire that my three younger sons have the best education my estate can afford, that one be a lawyer, one a divine, and the other a physician or surgeon or mariner or in the secretarys office or any lawful employment as their mind leads them but rather to the axe & hoe then suffered in idleness & extra vagrancy. My scripture, clock, & brandy still I order to remain where they are for my son Daniel after his mothers death or marriage and it is also my will that then he immediately come & live on my said dwelling plantation and so continue to live his life. On his failure or refusal whereof I give the said plantation & all the lands thereto belonging to my son Thaddeus, in manner aforesaid as if Daniel were dead without issue provided he lives constantly thereon.
      Item. If it please God I should have a child by my wife before or leave her with child at the time of my death, if it proves a daughter & lives to the age of eighteen years or to be married, then I give such daughter the sum of five hundred pounds sterling. If please God it is a son, I give to him at the age aforesaid the sum of five hundred pounds sterling, and all my land in Washington parish in this county to him and his heirs of his body and for want of such to my son Daniel as before mentioned. The mill I am now building I give to my son Daniel & his heirs male and for want of such of his body to descend in the same manner as the other lands. But it is my will that the profits thereof be for the support of my widow & family until he arrives to twenty years of age and then I order that all the rest of my estate of what nature or sort so ever be equally divided between my three sons, Daniel, Billington, and Thaddeus or the survivors of them to whom at my wife?s death, I also give all the Negroes given or allotted to her and their increase to be equally divided as aforesaid between my said three youngest sons, whom I hereby appoint & ordain my executors of this my last will & testament. But because they are under age, I constitute and appoint my good friends, Col. John Tayloe, Messrs. Humphrey Pope, Nicholas Minor, John Fitzhugh, & Samuel Peachy, Gent. My executors in trust until Thaddeus shall arrive to seventeen years of age, requesting & empowering them jointly & separately to take care of my children & their estates according to the true intent and meaning of this my will, and to each of my executors or trustees I give a ring of fifteen shillings value and to each of my first wife?s daughters, Elizabeth Sturman & Mary Burn, I give a bible of fifteen shillings price & wish them to make good use of them. And for as much as Humphrey Pope is best acquainted with my method of bookkeeping & accounting, I desire if need be that he be employed to settle the same & have a recompense for his troubles.
      Item. Whereas Col. John Tayloe & myself paid to John & Moses Tayloe the sum of fifty pounds sterling by equal portions to redeem two Negroes named James & Phillis & three hundred acres of land sold & conveyed by our uncle, Mr. Joseph Tayloe, late clerk of Lancaster, to them the said John & Moses Tayloe & Daniel McCarty, it is my will and desire & I do hereby give (upon the payment of twenty-five pounds sterling to my son Billington at twenty years of age or in case of his death without issue to Thaddeus at twenty years of age or in case of both of their deaths before that time & without issue to my surviving son) all my right & title of in & unto the said land and Negroes to my aunt, Mrs. Barbara Tayloe during her natural life and then to her son Joseph and his heirs forever.
      Item. I give to my brothers, Messrs. Phillip, Francis, Thomas, & Henry Lee, to my friend Capt. Eskridge and to each of them a ring of twelve shillings price & six pence sterling value & I hope Capt. Eskridge will take the same care of my affairs that he would have desired to serve me or my estate he annually school & teach any poor children that are sent to him gratis not exceeding six at any time, such as my wife and her brothers, Col. & Capt. Lee, shall think fit objects of charity.
      Item. It is my will if please God my wife survives me and lives until the last ten Negroes allotted to be bought for her use aforesaid, is bought for her, that then I give her liberty at any time in her life or at her death to dispose of any two of them or their increase if she remains single or is married at the time and to such person or persons as she is pleased or to declare she desires should have them. I give & confirm the said two Negroes according to her desire.
      Item. The mill called Flynts Mill, which I have lately agreed for, & bought & paid for, I give to my son Daniel & his heirs forever.
      Item. It is my will that accounts of my estate be fairly kept & annually made up & returned to Westmoreland Court, debts & credits and if increase to pay said to my younger sons or the survivors of them to have the benefit thereof or to bear the loss if it decreases. I will that John Warner serve the rest of his time in the employment as now to teach school and the writing for my estate as my trustees shall order and that his wife remain with him to be employed as my wife shall think fit for my family?s service and, if they behave well to the end of their servitude, I then order that they be both clothed well from or with a Carolina hat & black hood, cloth drugget stuff, good dowlix or Irish linin each three shifts & a pair of shoes & worsted hose and I also give him my surveyor?s instruments & appurtenances and one hundred acres of my land at Aquia during his life. But if he misbehaves then it is my desire they have justice as the law directs and no more. But if my wife is not pleased with this my will, so that she will take what the law allows, then it is my will & I do hereby order that Mr. Humphrey Pope come & live on my now dwelling plantation as master there & look after that & all my other plantations, keep the account to the others and have thirty pounds sterling annual wages & a horse of my estates to do my business until my son Daniel arrives to twenty years of age. And that Mr. John Fitzhugh take my three youngest children to his house & John Warner & his wife to teach & serve them and that they be in all respects supported & maintained out of my estate and the charges thereof annually given in court.
      Item. If my wife desires to be and is laid in the tomb with my corpse, I order my trustees to send for a tombstone (such as is there already) and this I order whether she is consent with what I have before allotted for her and if not if she is laid there.
      Item. It is my will that all the gold in my purse, that my daughter Sarah made for me, being at the time of my death be hers & to her my said daughter I give the same over and above what I have before given her.
      Item. It is my will that the ten Negroes I've ordered to be bought for my wife be clothed the first year & furnished with corn, hoes, & axes
      out of my estate. I give the bricklayer to Denis at the end of two years. And in testimony that this is my last will and testament, I have
      hereunto set my hand & affix my seal this 29th day of March 1724.
      Note: Signed D.A. McCarty
      Signed, sealed & published
      David Jones
      Samuel Wilson
      Francis Strothers
      William Roach

      Westmoreland. At a court held for the said county the 27th day of May 1724, the last will and testament of Daniel McCarty, Esg. deceased, was presented by Col. John Tayloe, Nicholas Minor, John Fitzhugh, & Samuel Peachy, Gent. Executors in trust who made oath thereto (Mr. Humphrey Pope, one of said executors in trust in open court refusing to undertake the burden of the executor thereof) and being proved by the oaths of David Jones, Francis Strothers, & Wm. Roach, three of the witnesses thereto is admitted to record. And upon the motion of the said executors & their performing what is usual in such cases, certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. Denis, the heir apparent of the said testator, being present & saying nothing in bar thereof, but Madam Anna McCarty, relict of the said Daniel, by her petition to the court disannulled such part of the said will as any way related to her so far as to debar her of dower & thirds of the said McCartys estate.
      Note: Test: Tho. Sorrell, Clerk
      Note: Recorded 9th day of June 1724
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      1717-1725 Richmond County, Virginia Will Book 4 [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 239
      - Daniel McCARTY, inv. at his Farnham and Mangorite Quarters in Rich. Co.; 1 Jul 1724.
      [Daniel McCARTY mar. (1) Elizabeth (POPE) PAYNE, 19 Oct 1698, and (2) Anne (LEE) FITZHUGH by May 1719. His will was prov. in West. Co. MRC, p.123; WWC, p.79.]
      p.245 - McCARTY's f.inv; 4 Nov 1724.
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      Lancaster County, Va
      John Hart, 8 Jan1708; 9 May 1711
      Wife: Elizabeth
      Eldest Son John my plantation I now live on, Thomas.
      Daus: Elizabeth, Mary (deceased).
      Ex; Robert Carter, Daniel McCarty of Westmoreland Co and son John.
      Wits: Peter Wood, Hugh Coffie, and Thomas Hooper. WB 10, p.81
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      1694-1697 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 2; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 146)
      Richmond County Court 4th of June 1696
      - Order is granted against the Sheriff to Mr. PETER PRESLEY, Capt. PETER HACK & CHARLES HARRIS, Gardians of RICHARD HULL, Infant, Executor of the Last Will and Testament of RICHARD HULL deceased, for the non appearance of JOHN BAKER, Administrator (with the Will annexed) of the Estate of DENNIS McCARTY deceased during the minoritie of DANIEL & CATHERINE McCARTY, Exrs of the sd DENNIS
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      1705-1708 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 4 [Antient Press]; Page 41-42
      THIS INDENTURE made this second day of April! in the Sixth yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady that is now Anne by the grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland, Defender of the faith &c., annoq. Domini one thousand
      seven hundred and Six By and Betweene JOHN SABRE and ELIZABETH his Wife on the one part of the Parish of ST. STEPHENS in the County of NORTHUMBERLAND and DANIELL McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in the County of WESTMORELAND on the other part; Wiunesseth that JOHN SABRE and ELIZABETH his Wife for the summe of Two thousand five hundred pounds of good sound merchantable tobbacco in Casque to them in hand already paid by these presents do bargaine sell and confirme unto DANIELL McCARTY his heires all the land plantations houses orchards and appurtenances given to the said ELIZABETH by the last Will and Testament of Mr. DENNIS McCARTY, late of the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM in the county of Richmond deceased being the third part of the land plantation and appurtenances wch. DENNIS McCARTY bought of LUKE BILLINGTON, late of the Parish and County aforesd. (when RAPPAHANOCK County) deceased and also the third part of Seventy acres of land which said DENNIS McCARTY tooke up as waste land, scituate in Parish of NORTH FARNHAM and County aforesd., To have and to hold the aforesd, land orchards and appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging to DANIELL McCARTY his heirs and JOHN SABRE and ELIZABETH his Wife doth warrant and forever defend against the clayme of them or any other persons whatsoever; In Testimony whereof JOHN SABRE and ELIZABETH his Wife hath hereunto sett theire hands and affixed theire seales the day and yeare first above written
      Sealed signed and delivered the presence of
      TIMOTHY his marke McDONALL JOHN SABRE
      CATHERINE McDONALL ELIZABETH her marke SABRE
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court by the within named JOHN SABRE and ELIZABETH his Wife the third day of Aprill Ano: 1706 & recorded the 23d day of the same month & yeare Test J. SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
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      1705-1708 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 4 [Antient Press]; Page 116-117
      THIS INDENTURE made the first day of October in the Sixth yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anne by the grace of God of Great Brittaine France and Ireland, Queene defender of the faith &c., Anno Domini 1707, Betweene JOHN DAVISSE the Elder and JOHN DAVISSE the Younger of the Parish of SITTENBURNE in the County of Richmond of one part and DANIELL McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in County of WESTMORELAND of the other part; Wittnesseth that JOHN DAVISSE SENIOR and JOHN DAVISSE JUNIOR for the summe of Five shillings of lawful! money of England to them in hand payd by DANIELL McCARTY by these presents doth bargaine and sell unto DANIELL McCARTY all that plantation tract of land and appurtenances scituate in County of Richmond and Parish of NORTH FARNHAM and part thereof near adjoyning or in NORTHUMBERLAND County and Parish of WICOCOMOCO containeing One hundred and nine acres being bounded beginning att a marked red Oake in the line of WALTER ALLIN and thence runing South East by East upon the land of said ALLIN one hundred and twenty two poles to another red Oake being a corner tree to said ALLINs Land, thence South by West one hundred and eighty pole to a red Oake in the line of the aforesd. McCARTY formerly the land of Mr. DENIS McCARTY, thence West by South one hundred and eight pole to a Hiccory by a branch, thence crossing a Swamp North North West and by (blank) the same to a red Oake by a Swamp, thence to the first beginning place; To have and to hold said One hundred and nine acres of land with the houses orchards priviledges and appurtenances to the same belonging dureing the terme of one whole yeare paying therefore the yearely rent of one pepper Corne att the feast of St Michaell the Archangel if demanded to intent that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession DANIEL McCARTY may be in actual! possession of the premises and be enabled to accept a grant of the Inheritance thereof, In Wittness whereof the said parties to these present Indentures have interchangeably sett their hands & seales the day and yeare first above written
      Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of
      THO. BEALE. JOHN DAVISSE
      THO: THORNE THO DICKENSON JOHN DAVISSE
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court by JOHN DAVIS SENR. & JOHN DAVIS JUNR the 3d day of December Ano. Dom. 1707 and recorded amongst the records of the said County Test J SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
      ===
      1705-1708 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 4 [Antient Press]; Page 117a-118a
      THIS INDENTURE made the second day of October in the Six yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anna by the grace of God of Greatt Brittaine France and Ireland Queene defender of the faith &c , Anno Dom: 1707, Betweene JOHN
      DAVISSE the Elder and JOHN DAVISSE JUNR. of the Parish of SITTENBURNE in the County of Richmond of one part and DANIELL McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in the County of WESTMORELAND of the other part; Wittnesseth that JOHN DAVISSE SENR and JOHN DAVISSE ,JUNR for the summe of Sixteene hundred pounds of good sound merchantable tobbacco to them in hand already paid by DANIELL McCARTY by these presents do bargaine sell release and confirme unto DANIELL McCARTY his heires all that plantation tract of land containeing One hundred and nine acres with all appurtenances scituate in the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM in the County of Richmond (the location. decription and ownership of the land as in the foregoing Lease) To have and to hold the aforesaid One hundred and nine acres of land and appurtenances unto DANIEL McCARTY his heires to be holden of the Cheife Lord of the Fee of the premises by the rents and services for the same duc and of right accustomed, and JOHN DAVISSE SENR and JOHN DAVISSE JUNR. theire heires will warrant and by these present forever defend from the clayme of every person whatsoever; In Wittness whereof the said parties to these Indentures have interchangeably sett theire hands and affixed theire seales the day and yeare first above written.
      Sealed and delivered in presence of
      THO. BEALE JOHN his marke DAVISSE
      THO. THORNE JOHN DAVIS
      THO DICKENSON
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court by the above named JOHN DAVIS and JOHN DAVIS JUNR. personally the third day of December Ano: Dom: 1707; and ESTHER DAVIS, Wife of the said JOHN DAVIS, did personally relinquish her right of Dower to the land is and premises in the above Deed contained att the time and place aforesaid, all which recorded amongst the Records of the aforesaid County of Richmond
      Teste J. SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we JOHN DAVISSE SENR. & JOHN DAVISSE JUNR of the Parish of SITTENBURNE in the County of Richmond are held and stand firmly bound and indebted unto DANIELL McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in the Coun- ty of WESTMORELAND in thefull and just summe of One hundred pounds Sterl. money of England for which payment to be made we bind ourselves our heires &c, Sealed with our seales and dated this first day of October 1707
      The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas JOHN DAVISSE SENR. and JOHN DAVISSE JUNR path this day sold to DANIELL McCARTY his heires One hundred and nine acres of land scituate in Parish of NORTH FARNHAM and County of Richmond and part thereof neare adjoyning or in NORTHUMBERLAND County and Parish of WICOCOMOCO as by certaine Indentures of Lease and Release may appeare, Now if said JOHN DAVISSE SENR. and JOHN DAVIS JUNR theire heires &c. at all times hereafter observe and keep all the articles covenants and agreements whatsoever in said Indentures of Lease and Release That then this present obligation to be void and of none effect else to stand remaind and be in full force and virtue in Testimonie whereof JOHN DAVISSE SENR & JOHN DAVISSE JUNR. hath hereunto sett theire hands and affixed theire seales the day and yeare above written
      Sealed and delivered in presence of
      THO. BEALE JOHN his marke DAVISSE
      THO: DICKENSON JOHN DAVIS
      THO: THORNE
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court by JOHN DAVIS & JOHN DAVIS JUNR. personally the 3d day of December Ano, Dom: 1707, and recorded amongst the Records of the said County
      Test J. SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
      ===
      1705-1708 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 4 [Antient Press]; Page 138a-139a
      THIS INDENTURE made the 7th dy of July Anno Dom one thousand seven hundred and eight in the Seventh yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anne by the grace of God of Great Brittaine France and Ireland Queene defender of the faith &c, Betweene DANIELL McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in the County of WESTMORELAND of one part and CHARLES BARBER and GEORGE GLASCOCK of the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM in County of Richmond, Gents. on the other part; Wittnesseth that DANIELL McCARTY for the summe of Seventeene thousand pounds of good sound merchantable tobbacco in caske and Twenty bushells of Wheat to him in hand already raid by CHARLES BARBER and GEORGE GLASCOCK by these presents doth bargaine sell & release unto CHARLES BARBER and GEO: GLASCOCK one Water of Grist Mill scituate on the head of RICHARDSONS CREEKE in the Parish of NORTH FARNHAM in County of Richmond with all the land thereto belonging containeing and being two acres; one acre on each side of the Dam be the same more or less as it is now distinguished by the markes and bounds thereof: To have and to hold the aforesaid Mill with the land thereto belonging with all appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging; In Testimony whereof the parties to these presents path interchangeably hereunto sett their hands and affixed
      their seales the day and year first above written
      Sealed and delivered in presence of
      G. ESKRIDGE, DANLL, McCARTY
      EDWARD JONES
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court ye 7th day of July Ano. Dom 1708 by DANLL. McCARTY personally and is recorded amongst the Records of the sd. County
      Test J. SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
      ===
      1709-1712 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [Antient Press]; Page 6
      Westmoreland County Court 1st of December 1709
      - BANKS v LYNCH's Admr.
      ROBERT BANKS setting forth to this Court that DANIELL McCARTY, Gent., Administrator of the Estate ofFRANCIS LYNCH, Gent., deced., doth hold in his possession sundry peices of Plate belonging to him, said ROBERT, and refused to render or deliver the same to his custody or possession, and prayed the Court might order the same, which being considered and it appearing on the Oath ofTHOMAS SORRELL and MRS. ANN JAMESON that the peices of Plate was lodged in the hands ofFRANCIS LYNCH dureing his lyfe by ROBERT BANKS as a Pledge for said LYNCH becomeing Paymaster for the surne of eleven hundred ninety one pounds of tobacco to one JONATHAN BRODDY, it is ordered that ROBERT BANKS doe pay unto DANIELL McCARTY the aforesaid surne of eleven hundred ninety one pounds of tobacco and that imediately thereupon said McCARTY doe return and deliver to ROBERT BANKS all and singular the Plate by him lodged in thehands ofFRANCIS LYNCH and that he have execution thereon
      ===
      1709-1712 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [Antient Press]; Page 7
      Westmoreland County Court 22d day of February 1709/10
      - RUSH &c v LYNCH's Admr MARGERY RUSH, Wife of BARTHOLOMEW RUSH, by her Petition to ths Court setting forth that at the instance of FRANCIS LYNCH, Merchant, deced., shee had attended the said FRANCIS twelve weekes in his last sickness and further shewing that FRANCIS LYNCH dureing his sickness requested and desired said MARGERY to layout his corpse at his deceaseand that shee should have what cloaths should at that time remaine upon him and has received no satisfaction for said service as alsoe for the cloaths, shee prayed the Court's Judgment, which being considered [said MARGERY RUSH haveing made Oath to the tyme ofher service and it plainly appeareing to the Court FRANCIS LYNCH did order the cloathes to her as aforesaid] it ~s ordered that DANIELL
      ===
      1709-1712 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [Antient Press]; Page 87
      Westmoreland County Court 29th ofAugust 1711
      - PAINE v McCARTY Upon the Petition of WILLIAM PAINE, Son of
      WILLIAM PAINE late of this County, Gent., deced., setting forth that he is arrived tocthe age of twenty yeares and praying to be possessed of the Estate left him by his deceased Father, the same now being and remaining in the custody and possession of DANIEL McCARTY, Gent., whoe intermarried with ELIZABETH, the Relict ofthe deceased. It is ordered that GEORGE ESKRIDGE, Gent., Mr. SAMUEL RUST and Mr. JOHN GARNER doe some tyme before the next Court divide and sett apart that part and portion ofthe Estate ofWILLIAM PAINE, deced., which by his Last Will and Testament shall appeare to be left to and which of right belongs to his Son, and it is alsoe ordered that after such separation and devision, DANIEL McCARTY doedeliver unto WILLIAM PAINE the Estate soe as aforesaid to be sett apart anddivided together with costs als execution
      ===
      1714 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 271-274
      THIS INDENTURE made this Thirtyeth day of August in the Thirteenth year ye Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anna by ye Grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland, Queen, defender of the faith &c., Anno Dom: 1714; Between WEBLY PAVIE of ye Parish of Northfarnham in County of Richmond of one part and DANIELL McCARTY of ye Parish of COPLE in ye County of WESTMORELAND of ye other part; Wittnesseth that WEBLY PAVIE for ye sum of Five shillings of lawfull money of Great Brittain to him in hand paid by DANLL. McCARTY, by these presents doth bargain and sell unto DANLL. McCARTY all yt. his Plantation tract of land lying in ye Parish of Northfarnham & County of Richmond containeing Three hundred and Fifty acres of land and Marsh be ye same more or less, being part of a Patten first granted to WM. UNDERWOOD, Gent., for fourteen hundred acres of land or thirteen hundred acres of Woodland & One hundred acres of Marsh, and by ye said WM. UNDERWOOD solde and assigned to Cap: RICHARD LOES & Mr. RICE JONES, being ye upper half of ye said Patten by Deds dated ye 2d, day of November 1659, and by ye said LOES and JONES solde and conveyed to RICHARD WEBLY & CLEMENT HERBERT ye 9th Jan 1659 and to ye said WEBLY ye Survivor and to MARY his Daughter & heir & so to ye said WEBLY, her Son and heir, party to these presents, and ye reversions remainders and ye rents & profitts of ye premises; To have and to hold the Three hundred and Fifty acres of land be ye same more or less with ye houses tobacco houses barnes stables orchards and appurtenances belonging dureing ye terme of one whole year paying ye yearly rent of one pepper Come at ye feast of St. Michael ye Archangel only if lawfully demanded to the intent that by vertue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession the said DANIELL McCARTY may be in actuall possession of ye premises and be enabled to accept a grant of ye reversion and inheritance thereof to him and his heirs; In Wittness whereof the parties aforesaid to these present Indentures have interchangeably sett their hands and affixed their seales the day and year first written Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      JOHN TARPLEY JUNR. WEBLEY PAVEY
      ALLAN HUNTER, WILL: CRUCKSHANKS
      JAMES COLLETT
      Mt a Court held fur Richmond County the first day of September Anno Dom: 1714 WEBLEY PAVEY came into Court and acknowledged this his Deed of Lease unto DANLL. McCARTY and it was admitted to Record Test THOS. DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
      August 30th 1714, Received of DANIELL McCARTY Five shillings being ye consideration within mentioned by me
      ALLAN HUNTER, WESLEY PAVEY
      JAMES COLLETT, WILL: CRUCKSHANKS
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court the first day of September 1714 by WEBLEY PAVEY to DANLL. McCARTY and admitted to Record
      Test THOS; DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
      THIS INDENTURE made this Thirty first day of August in ye Thirteenth year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anna by ye Grace of God of Greatt Brittain France and Ireland, Queen, defender of the faith &c., Anno Dom: 1714; Between WEBLY PAVIE of ye Parish of Northfarnham in ye County of Richmond of one part and DANIELL McCARTY of ye Parish of COPLE in ye County of WESTMORFLAND of the other part: Wittnesseth that WEBLY PAVIE for ye sum of Two hundred pounds Sterl. money to him in hand paid by ye said DANIELL McCARTY by these presents do bargain and sell unto ye said DANIELL McCARTY his heirs all yt. his plantation or tract of land containing Three hundred and Fifty acres of land & Marsh be the same more or less (this Release repeats the Patents, and transfers of the land as in the foregoing Lease); To have and to hold the land & Plantation with the appurtenances unto DANLL. McCARTY, his heirs free and clear from all incumbrances whatseover, And WEBLY PAVIE his heirs to DANLL. McCARTY his heirs against the claime of all persons will warrant and for ever Defend; In Wittness whereof boath parties have interchangeably hereunto sett there hands & affixed there seales ye day and year first above written
      Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      JOHN TARPLEY, ALLAN HUNTER, WEBLEY PAVEY
      WILL: CRUCKSHANKS, JAMES COLLETT
      Att a Court held for Richmond County the first day of September Anno Dom: 1714 WEBLEY PAVEY in open Court acknowledged this his Deed of Release with the Livery and Seizin thereon endorsed unto DANLL. McCARTY and att his motion it was admitted to Record
      Test THOS: DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
      August ye 31st 1714; Then received of ye within mentioend DANLL. McCARTY ye sum of Two hundred pounds Sterl. money for & in consideration of ye land and premises within mentioned from wch; I doe hereby acquit exonerate & for Ever discharge ye said McCARTY his heirs &c., Wittness my hand the day and year abovesaid
      ALLAN HUNTER, WEBLEY PAVEY
      JAMES COLLETT, WILL: CRUCKSHANKS
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court by WEBLEY PAVEY unto DANLL. McCARTY ye
      first day of September 1714 and admitted to Record
      Test THOS: DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
      August ye 31st 1714. JOHN CANTERBURIE, Tenant in possession of part of ye lands and premises within mentioned atturn'd Tenant to ye within mentioned DANLL. McCARTY by delivering him one piece of Silver money commonly called a Bitt or seven pence half penny in presence of
      WM. DAVIES
      ROBERT TOMLIN
      Recorded amongst the Records of Richmond County the first day of Septr. 1714
      Test THOS: DICKENSON, Dept. CI Cur
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WEBLY PAVIE of ye Parish of Northfarnham in the County of Richmond am held and stand firmely bound and indebted to DANLL. McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in ye County of WESTMORELAND in yo full and just sum of Four hundred pounds Sterl. money, for wch: payment well and truely to be made I bind my self my heirs &c. firmely by these presents Sealed with my Seal and dated this 31st day of August in ye Thirteenth year of ye Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anna by ye grace of God of Greatt Brittain France and Ireland, Queen. defender of ye faith &c.. Anno Dom: 1714
      THE CONDITION of ye above obligation is such that whereas ye said WEBLY PAVIE hath bargained and sold conveyed and made over all yt. his Plantation lands & premises with ye appurtenances scittuate in ye Parish of Northfarnham & County of Richmond where he the said WEBLY now liveth unto ye said DANIELL McCARTY his heirs; Now if the said
      WEBLY PAVIE his heirs &s. shall well and truely observe and keep all the covenants and agreements in ye said Indentures of Lease and Release wch: on his or their partt ought to be observed and kept according to the true meaning thereof; Then ye aboveobligation to be voyd and of none effect, otherwayes to stand remaine and be in full force effect power & vertue
      Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      JOHN TARPLEY, ALLAN HUNTER, WEBLEY PAVEY
      WILL: CRUCKSHANKS, JAMES COLLETT
      Acknowledged in Richmond County Court the first day of September 1714 by the within named WEBLY PAVEY unto the within named DANLL. McCARTY and admitted to Record
      Test THOS DICKENSON, Dept. Cl Cur
      === Danll Mccarty gave to his son Thaddeus
      1714-1715 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 28-31
      THIS INDENTURE made the nine and Twentieth day of November in the first year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of God King of Great Brittaine France and Ireland. Defender of the faith &.c , .Annoq. Domini
      1714 Betweene BENJAMIN HINDS of the Parish of Northfarnham in County of Richmond, Planter, and MARY his Wife of the one part; and DANLL. McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE and County of WESTMORLD: of other part; Witnesseth that BENJAMIN HINDS and MARY his Wife in consideracon of the sume of Five shillings Sterling to them in hand paid by DANLL. McCARTY by these p cents doe bargaine and sell unto DANLL. McCARTY and assignes all that parcell of land containing by a just Survey one hundred acres lyeing in the Parish of Northfarnham and County aforesd; Beginning at a red Oake by a white Oake corner tree of land late belonging to Coll: WILLIAM LLOYD deced , and running thence East South East over a Beaverdam one hundred and thirty perches to a Stake in the land late of Mr. JOHN RICE deced., now ye sd. DANLL. McCARTYs by a red Oake, thence North North East one hunred twenty three perches to a. red Oake upon the brow of a Hill near a small Branch, thence West North West one hundred and thirty perches to a Stake by a red Oake near the line of the sd. Coll. WILLIAM LLOYDs deced.. thence South South West one hundred twenty three perches to the first mentioned red Oake, together with all houses orchards priviledges and appurtenances belonging; To have and to hold the land hereby bargained and sold unto DANLL. McCARTY his heirs dureing the full terme of one whole yeare paying therefore unto BENJAMIN HINDS & MARY his Wife their heirs the rent of one Pepper Corne at the Feast of St. Michael the Arehangell now next ensuin if lawfully demanded to the intent that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession the sd DANLL. McCARTY may be in the actual! possession of the premiss-es and thereby be enabled to accept a release of the inheritance thereof; In Witnesse whereof the partyes first above named to these p:sents Indentures have interchangeably sett their hands and scales the day and year first above written
      Sealed and Delivered in the p:sence of
      SAMUELL PEACHEY BENJAMIN his marke HINDS
      DARBY his marke DRISSKELD MARY her marke HINDS
      MARY her marke HARRIS
      At a Court held for Richmond County the Second day of February 1714
      BENJAMIN HINDS and MARY his Wife came into Court and acknowledged this their Deed unto DANIELL McCARTY and it was admitted to Record
      Test M BECKWITH, Cl Cur
      THIS INDENTURE made the Thirtieth day of November in the first year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of God King of Great Brittaine France and Ireland, Defendr: of the faith &c., Annoq: Domini 1714; Betweene BENJAMIN HINDS of the Parish of Northfarnham in the County of Richmond, Planter, and MARY his Wife of one part and DANLL. McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE and County of WESTMORLD. of other part: Witnesseth that BENJAMIN HINDS and MARY his Wife in consideration of the sume of Eighty thousand pounds of tobacco to them paid, by these presents doe bargaine sell and con firme unto DANLL McCARTY (in his actuall possession now being by virtue of a bargaine and sale to him made for one whole year and by force of the Statute for transferring uses into possession) and to his heires all that parcell of land containing by a just Survey One hundred acres lyeing in the Parish of Northfarnham and County of Richmond Beginning (the description of the land is repeated as in the foregoing Lease); To have and to hold the hereby granted and conveyed land unto DANLL. McCARTY his heirs: and BENJAMIN HINDS and MARY his Wife and their heirs the sd. Land granted unto DANLL. McCARTY will warrant and forever defend by these p.sents; (the rents & services from henceforth to become due and payable to the Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee or their Seigniory onely excepted); In Witnesse whereof the partyes to these p,sent Ind' have interchangeably sett their hands & seales the day & year first above written Sealed and Delivered in the p:sence of
      SAMUELL PEACHEY BENJAMIN his marke HINDS
      DARBY his marke DRISSKALD MARY her marke HINDS
      MARY her marke HARRISS
      Att a Court held for Richmond County the Second day of February 1714
      BENJAMIN HINDS and MARY his Wife came into Court & acknowledged this their Deed of Release unto DANIELL McCARTY (the said MARY being first privately examined) and at the motion of the sd. McCARTY it was admitted to Record
      Test M. BECKWITH, CI Cur
      ===
      1714-1715 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 31-32
      THIS INDENTURE made this 4th day of Janry: in ye first year of ye Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord George by ye Grace of God of Great Brittain France & Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., Anno Dom: 1714; Between WEBLY PAVIE of the Parish of Northfarnham in ye County of Richmond of ye one part and DANIELL McCARTY of ye Parish of COPLE in ye County of WESTMORELAND of ye other part; Wittnesseth that whereas WALTER PAVIE and MARY his Wife (late of ye said Parish of Northfarnham in ye County of Richmond, then RAPPAHANOCK County), ye Father & Mother of ye said WEBLY PAVIE partie to these p.sents, did for a valluable consideration to them in hand paid by one THOMAS FULLER, then of ye said Parish and County by certaine Deed of bargaine and sale bearing date ye fourth day of Janry: 1683, sell convey & make over unto ye sd. THOMAS FULLER a certaine peice of land containing by a just Survey One hundred acres lying in ye said Parish of Northfarnham & County of Richmond, then RAPPA: County, & bounded, Begining at a small red Oak by a white Oak, corner of Coll WM. LLOYDs & runing thence East South East over a Beaver Dam one hundred & thirty perches to a Stake in Mr. JOHN RICE's now ye said McCARTYs land by a red Oak. thence North North Fast one hundred twenty three perches to a red Oak upon ye of an Hill near a small Branch, thence West North West one hundred thirty peerches to a Stake by a red Oak near ye line of Coll. WM, LLOYDs that ye was, thence South South West one hundred twenty three poles to ye first mentioned red Oak, but yt ye right and inheritance of ye said Land & p:misses was in ye said MARY whoe was heir at Law to her deceased Father, RICHARD WEBLY, And yt: it doth not appear by the Records yt: ye said MARY was examined & acknowledged ye said land to ye said THOS: FULLER as ye Law in yt: behalfe requires; And for as much as BENJAMIN HINDES & MARY his Wife, ye Daughter & Heir at Law to ye said THOMAS FULLER hath lately sold ye said DANLL. McCARTY, partie to these p.sents, and that by meanes thereof ye said DANLL McCARTY now is actually seiz'd and possessed thereof, Therefore ye said WEBLY PAVIE as well in considertion yt. his said Father & Mother hath heretofore bona fide sold & made over ye said land & p:misses to ye said THOS: FULLER (whoes right ye said McCARTY now hath) received a valluable consideration therefore, And as well to strengthen and confirme there said conveyance & sale as alsoe for the sum of Two thousand pounds of good tobacco in caske to him in hand already paid by DANLL. McCARTY ye said WEBLY PAVIE by these presents doe bargaine sell release & confirme unto ye said DANLL. McCARTY all that one hundred acres of land aforesaid, To have and to hold the land & p:misses unto DANLL McCARTY his heirs with all houses orchards and appurtenances belonging; And WEBLY PAVIE for himself his heirs doth warrant and by these p sents for ever Defend, in Testimonie whereof ye parties aforesaid to these p.sents Indentures have interchangeably hereunto sett their hands & affixed their seales the day & year first above written
      Sealed and Delivered in p:sence of
      JAMES BRECHIN: EDWARD JONES WEBLEY PAVEY
      JONAS his marke HARTLY
      ROWLAND his marke HENRY
      Janry, ye 4th 1714. Received of DANLL. McCARTY ye sum of Two thousand pounds of tobacco being ye consideration within mentioned by me WEBLEY PAVEY
      Att a Court held for Richmond County the Second day of February 1714
      MARMADUKE BECKWITH by vertue of a Power of Attorney from WEBLEY PAVEY to him in that behalf made acknowledged this the sd. PAVEY's Deed for Land unto DANIELL McCARTY and at yc motion of the sd: McCARTY it was admitted to Record
      Test M. BECKWITH, CI Cur
      ===
      1715-1718 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 210-211
      THIS INDENTURE made this Second day of May in ye Third year of ye Reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Brittain France & Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., Annoq: Domini 1717; Betweene ROBERT
      BAYLIS of ye Parrish of Northfarnham in ye County of Richmond & ELLEN his Wife of ye one part and DANLL: McCARTY of ye Parrish of COPLE in ye County of WESTMORELAND on ye other part; Witnesseth that ye sd: ROBERT BAYLIS & ELLEN his Wife in consideration of the sum of Two thousand Five hundred pds. of good tobb: in cask to them in hand already paid and for divers other good causes & considerations ye sd: ROBT BAYLIS & ELLEN thereunto especially moving, by these presents do bargain sell & confirm unto DANLL. McCARTY his heirs all those lands Plantations houses orchards & appurtenances given to ye sd: ELLEN by the Last Will and Testament of Mr. DENNIS McCARTY, late of ye Parrish of Northfarnham in County of Richmond, deceased, being the Third part of ye land wch: ye aforesd; DENNIS bought of LUKE BILLINGTON in ye County & Parrish aforesd (when RAPPAHANOCK County deceased & also ye third part of Seventy acres of land wch: ye sd. DENNIS McCARTY took up as waste Land; all ye aforesd: land lying in ye Parrish of Northfarnham in ye County of Richmond), To have and to hold the Lands Plantations with all houses orchards fences belonging; And ROBT. BAYLIS and ELLEN his Wife doth covenant with DANLL. McCARTY his heirs they shall warrant & by these presents forever defend against ye claim of ROBT. BAYLIS & ELLEN his Wife or either of them; free and clear from all Incumbrances; In Testimonie whereof ye aforesd. ROBERT & ELLEN his Wife have hereunto sett their hands & affixed their seals ye day & year first abvove written
      Signed Seal'd and Delivered in the presence of us
      SAMLL. SAMFORD ROBT: BAYLIS
      EDGCBE. SUGGITT ELLEN BAYLIS
      NEW. BROCKENBROUGH
      Att a Court continued and held for Richmond County the Second day of May 1717 ROBERT BAYLIS and ELLEN his Wife came into Court and acknowledged this their Deed unto DANIELL McCARTY Esqr, (the said ELLEN haveing been first privately examined) and it was admitted to Record
      Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
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      1715-1718 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 218-222
      BE IT KNOWN unto all men by these p:sents that we SAMUELL RANDALL of City of CORK, Merchant, and MARY RANDALL als: POPE my Wife by these presents doe make and appoint our well beloved Friend, THO: WILLS of BRISTOLL, Merchant, our true and lawfull Attorney to aske require recover and receive for us all sumes of money goods chattles, debts duties and demands whatsoever they be of all persons to us due in Virginia; And also for us and in our name to bargain sell and dispose of the Plantation and Lands lying att or near POPES CREEK in WESTMORELAND County in POTTOMACK RIVER in Virginia to any person as he shall think fitt, And also in our names to sell subscribe and deliver as our act and deed the Counterpart of any Indenture or Deed to be by us perfected; And we likewise impower & authorize our said Attorney for us to dispose of such Negroes & all other goods and chattles as we are intitled unto in them parts and to call to an account all persons as did possess themselves of such Negroes and other our goods and chattles, and dispose of the same; ratifying and by these presents confirming whatsoever our said Attorney shall lawfully doe in or about ye premises to our use; In Wittness whereof we have hereunto putt our hands and wales ye Twenty fifth day of June one thousand seven hundred and Sixteen 1716
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in ye presence of us
      JONATHAN RENELLS, SMALL. RANDALL
      WILLIAM BREWER MARY RANDALL
      WILLIAM MAYBERRY JUNR.,
      ESSEX BOSHER
      WESTMORELD. Ss. Att a Court held for the said County the 27th day of March 1717 The above power of Attorney was proved by ye Oath of WM: MAYBERRY one of ye witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded
      Test THO: SORRELL Cl Cur
      Recordat Decimo sixto die April 1717 p EDMD. CHINN
      Att a Court held for ESSEX County on the 21st day of May 1717
      This Letter of Attorney was this day proved in open Court by the Oath of ESSEX BOSHER a witness thereto and by the Court admitted to Record
      Test WILL: BEVERLEY, Cl Cur
      Mt a Court held for Richmond County the Fifth day of June 1717
      This Letter of Attorney from SAMUELL RANDALL JUNR & MARY RANDALL to THOMAS WILLS was at ye motion of DANIELL McCARTY, Esqr., admitted to Record
      Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
      THIS INDENTURE made the Fourth day of June in the Third 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., Anna Domini 1717; Between SAMUELL RANDALL JUNR. of City of CORKE, Mercht., and MARY RANDALL his Wife, formerly POPE, the only Daughter and Heir at Law of THOMAS POPE ye Younger, late of ye City of BRISTOLL in the Kingdom of Great Brittain, formerly England, Merchant, who was heir at Law to his Brother, CHARLES POPE, of the one part and DANIELL McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in County of WESTMORELAND Esqr., of other part; Wittnesseth that SAMUEL RANDALL and MARY his Wife in consideration of Five shillings of lawfull money of Great Brittain to Mr. THOMAS WILLS, their lawfull Attorney to and for their use in hand paid by DANIELL McCARTY, by these presents do bargain & sell unto DANIELL McCARTY all that their estate right & title in one certain Plantation and tract of land containing Five hundred acres more or less which THOMAS POPE, SENR., Merchant, deceased, did in and by his Last Will and Testament Leave and Devise unto his Son, THOMAS POPE and the heirs of his body being lawfully begotten with some remainders over wch: Plantation and land is scituate att or near POPES CREEK in WESTMORELAND County in Virginia: with the Rents and profits of the premises, To have and to hold the Plantation and lands with the appurtenances unto DANLL: McCARTY Esqr., and assignes during the terme of one whole year paying therefore the yearly rent of one Pepper Corn at the Feast of St. Michael! the Archangel! only if demanded to the intent that by vertue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession DANLI.: McCARTY may be in actual! possession of the premises and be enabled to accept a grant of the inheritance thereof; In Wittness whereof the aforesaid THOMAS WILLS, Attorney of the aforesaid SAMUELL RANDALL and MARY his Wife, fully impowered and authorized thereto, hath in their name and on their behalfe by vertue of their Power to him in this behalfe given hereunto put, his hand and seale the day & year first abovementioned
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
      G: TURBERVILE, THOS: WILLS
      NATHL POPE
      Att a Court held for Richmond County the Fifth day of June 1717
      THOMAS WILLS, Attorney of the abovenamed SAMUELL RANDALL JUNR. & MARY RANDALL this day in open Court acknowledged this Deed unto DANIELL McCARTY Esqr. and at ye motion of the said DANIELL McCARTY it was admitted to Record
      Test M BECKWITH, Cl Cur
      Then received of DANLL: McCARTY Esqr. to and for the use of the within mentioned SAMUELL RANDALL & MARY his Wife the sume of Five shillings Sterl: money being the consideration money within mentioned, I say received by me
      THOS: WILLS
      Att a Court held for Richmond County the Fifth day of June 1717
      THOMAS WILLS in open Court acknowledged the above Receipt and it was admitted to Record
      Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
      THIS INDENTURE made the Fifth day of June in the Third 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., Annoq: Dom: 1717; by and Between SAMUELL RANDALL JUNR. of City of CORK, Merchant, and MARY RANDALL his Wife, formerly MARY POPE, only
      Daughter & heir at Law to THOMAS POPE the Younger late of the City of BRISTOLL in the Kingdom of Great Brittain, formerly England, Mercht., who was heir at Law to his Brother, CHARLES POPE, late of the said City on the one part and DANIELL McCARTY of the Parish of COPLE in County of WESTMORELAND in ye Colony of Virginia, Esqr., of other part; Witnesseth that whereas THOMAS POPE, the said MARY RANDALL's Grandfather, was in his lifetime and at the time of his death stood seized in fee in a certain plantation and tract of land containing Five hundred acres more or less and is scituate at or near the mouth of POPES CREEK in WASHINGTON Parish in WESTMORELAND County in Virginia and did by his Last Will and Testament in Writeing wch: is since duely proved according to Law and bearing date the 3d: day of September in the year of our Lord 1684 inter alia devise the same unto his Son, THOMAS POPE, and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten, the remainder to his two Sons, CHARLES and NATHANIELL. their heirs equally between them as Tennants in Common and in & by the said Will relation thereunto be had may appear; soon after which the aforesaid CHARLES POPE departed this Life intestate and without issue of his body to whom ye aforesaid THOMAS POPE JUNR . the Father of the aforesaid MARY RANDALL, party to these presents, was heir at Law and wch. said THOMAS POPE JUNR. also in some time after dyed leaveing no other issue behind him but the said MARY, his Daughter, now MARY RANDALL, party to these presents; who is now Entitled to the sd: Plantation and Land as heir at Law to her Father; NOW THIS INDENTURE WITTNESSETH that SAMLL: RANDALL and MARY his Wife in consideration of the sume of One hundred and fifty pounds Sterling money of Great Brittain to Mr. THOMAS WILLS, their attorney to and for their use and behalfe, in hand paid by DANIELL McCARTY by these presents do release and confirme unto DANLL. McCARTY (in his actuall possession now being by vertue of a bargain and sale to him thereof made for one whole year and by force of ye Statute for transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs all that plantation and Land scituate at or near POPES CREEK in WASHINGTON Parish in WESTMORELAND County containing by estimation Five hundred acres as aforesaid; To have and to hold the Plantation and Land unto DANIELL McCARTY and his heirs discharged and clearlk acquitted from In cumbrances whatsoever; In Witness whereof the aforesaid THOMAS WILLS, Attorney of the aforesaid SAMUELL RANDALL and MARY his Wife fully impowered and authorized thereto hash in their name and on their behalfes by vertue of their power to him in this behalfe given hereunto put his hand and seale the day and year first above mentioned Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
      G: TURBERV ILE, THOS: WILLS
      NATH: POPE
      Att a Court held for Richmond County the Fifth day of June 1717
      THOMAS WILLS, Attorney of the above named SAMUELL RANDALL JUNR. & MARY RANDALL this day in open Court acknowledged this Deed of Release for land unto DANLL: McCARTY Esqr., and at the motion of the said DANIELL McCARTY it was admitted to Record
      Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
      Then received of ye within mentioned DANLL. McCARTY for ye use of the within mentioned SAMUELL RANDALL & MARY his Wife the sum of One hundred & fifty poudns Sterling, being the consideration money within mentioned, I say reced. by me
      THOMS: WILLS
      Att a Co

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