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

Thomas Harwar

Male 1643 - 1698  (55 years)


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  • Name Thomas Harwar  [1, 2
    Born 1643 
    Gender Male 
    Died 11 Jul 1698  Essex County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I82137  Tree1
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 

    Family ID F40568  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Judith {Unproven} Penn,   b. Bef 1634,   d. Between 1691 and 1696, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 57 years) 
    Married Bef 4 Mar 1673  Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Elizabeth Harwar,   b. Bef 1677, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia - Admin Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1698, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 23 years)  [natural]
     2. Thomas Harwar,   b. 1679, Sittingbourne Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Oct 1713, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 34 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 
    Family ID F25198  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1697-1699 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 193-195
      IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen, the 12th day of March 1698/9, I THOMAS HARWAR being sick of body but of good & perfect memory thanks be to Almighty God & calling to remembrance ye uncertain estate of this Transitory Life and that all flesh must yeild unto death when it shall please God to call, do make and constitute ordaine & declare this my last Will and Testamt: in manner & form following, revokeing & annulling by these presents all & every Testamt: &Testamts: Will & Wills heretofore by me made & declared either by word or by writing and this to be taken onely for my last Will &Testamt & no other; And first being penitent and sorry from the bottom of my heart for my Sins past most humbly deserving forgiveness for the same, I give & committ my Soul unto Almighty God my Saviour & Redeemer in whom & by ye meritts of Jesus Christ I trust & believe assuredly to be saved & to have full remission & forgiveness of all my Sins and that my Soul at the Genl day of Resurrection shall arise againe with Joy and through ye Meritts of Christs death & passion possess & inherit ye Kingdom of Heaven prepared for his Elect & Chosen; And my body to be buried in such place & where it shall please my Exex. hereafter named to appoint, & now for ye settling of my Temporall Estate & such goods chattles & debts as it hath pleased God far above my deserts to bestow upon me, I do order give & dispose ye same in manner & forme following, that is to say;
      First I will that all those debts and dutys that I owe in right of conscience to any manner of person or persons whatsoever be well and truely contented & paid or ordained to be paid within convenient time after my decease by my Exex. hereafter named;
      Item: That there being One hundred pounds Sterling money due to me in England, my Will is yt: my Daughter, ELIZABETH, have ye sd Hundred pds., Fifty pds. of ye same being to pay her a Legussey given to her by JOHN PENN of this County deced, ye other fifty pds, remaineing part of ye sd hundred pds. I give unto my said Daughter, ELIZABETH, and her heirs forever
      Item; I give and bequeath unto my said Daughter, ELIZABETH, one Negro girle named Jude, bee at STONE HILL to her & her heirs forever;
      Item, I give and bequeath unto my sd. Daughter ye Hall Feather bed & bolster, rugg & blankets to her & her heirs forever;
      Item, I give and bequeath unto my said Daughter three Cowes with their increase to her & her heirs forever;
      Item I give & bequeath unto my Son, THOMAS HARWAR, all my remaining Estate both p:sonall & reall in the Country or elsewhere to him my sd. Son & his heirs forever; Item, I nominate & appoint mywell beloved Son, THOMAS HARWAR, my sole & whole Exr. of this my Will &Testamt: also I do impose ye Trust to my friend, Capt. EDWARD THOMAS & Mr. LEONARD HILL to be assisting to my Exr.; In Witness whereof I have set my hand & fixed my seale ye day & year above written
      Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of us
      DANIELL WHITEHORNE, THO: HARWAR SENR.
      GERARD GREENWOOD;
      EDWD. ADCOCKE
      We whose names are under written do declare that ye within named Mr. THO: HARWAR to ye best of our Judgments was in perfect mind & memory at ye signing & sealing of ye within Will as witness our hands & do further say that we saw ye said Mr. THO: HARWAR signe & seale this Will DANIELL WHITEHORNE
      EDW: ADCOCKE
      Proved by the oaths of DANL. WHITEHORNE & EDWARD ADCOCKE in Essex County Court ye 11th day of July 1698; & truely recorded
      Test FRANCIS MERIWETHER, Cl Cur
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we THO: HARWAR & EDWD. THOMAS of the County of Essex are held and firmly bound unto ye Worpll. his Males. Justices of the Peace for the sd. County of Essex in the sum of One hundred thousand pds. of good tobo: & caske, to the which payment we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these presents; Witness our hands and seales this 11th day of July 1698
      The Condicon of the above obligacon is such that if the above bound THOMAS HARWAR who at a Court held for Essex County the 11th day of July 1698 obtained a Probate of ye last Will of Mr. THO: HARWAR deced, do at all times hereafter fullfill ye sd Will fully, pay & satisfie all such Legatees as are expressed, & do p:form all & whatsoever ye Law enjoynes in such cases, that then the above obligacon to be void, otherwise to stand and remain in full force and virtue
      Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us
      FRANCI MERIWETHER, THOMAS HARWAR
      RICHD: COVINGTON EDWARD THOMAS
      Truely recorded Test FRANCIS MERIWETHER, Cl Cur

      ===
      On 23 Nov. 1704 Thomas Harwar of Essex Co. Va planter, aged 25, deposed in
      London Eng. about the will of his father Thomas Harwar of Essex Co. who died 23 March 1703/4.

      Thomas Harwar d 1713 was the son of Thomas d 1698 of Essex Co and his wife Judith.

      <http://genforum.genealogy.com/vass/messages/360.html> 15 Jun 2007: “1668, Dec 7—Land patents 6: 205, Thomas Harwarr and Nicholas Cox. Rappahannock County, 922 acres. In the county of Rappahannock and on the south side of the river, 867 acres part thereof, adjoins the land of John Chyn, Thomas Pattison, Richard Bredgatt, John Sharpe, and others.
      ”1669, Oct 12—Rappahannock County land transaction between Henry Corbyn and his wife Alice Corbin/Corbyn and Thomas Bowler. Alice Corbin wife of the above Henry Corbin Esq. Am well content with the sale of the land and have ordered Mr. Thomas Harwar my attorney to acknowledge the same in court.
      “1672/3, Jan 22—Will of Richard Simms. I give to John Penn if it shall please God I dye w/out wife or issue all my real and personal estate. Signed (by mark) Richard Simms. Wit: Thomas Harware, Henry Williamson.
      “1672/3, Mar 4—Know all men that I Judith Hawar the wife of Thomas Harwar do hereby appoint William Talbutt my lawful attorney for me and in my name to acknowledge unto Henry Woodnutt all might right and title to 460 acres of land sold him as by conveyance upon record bearing date 30 Nov 1671. Signed Judith Harwar (by sign).
      “1675/6, Jan 3—We Thomas and Judith Harware of the County of Rappahannock paid unto Thomas Crow of the same county by Henry Woodnutt doe by these presents confirm unto Henry Woodnutt all our right interest and title in 160 acres being part of 760 acres formerly sold to the said Woodnutt. Signed Thomas Harware.
      “1675, Apr 26—Indenture between Henry Smith of he County of Rappahannock and Thomas Harwar of same. For consideration Henry Smith sells 370 acres of land on the south side of the river.
      “1675, May 3—I Thomas Harwar of the County of Rappahanock sell unto Richard Spurling 150 acres on south side of the river bounding on the land of Mr. Thomas Bowler which he bought of Richard Spurling 50 acres of the said landbeing formerly taken up by the said Richard Spurling and by him sold theother hundred being part of a greater part of a tract of land taken up by me the said Harwar and Nicholas Cox. Mentions Wife Judith Harwar.
      “1677 May 3—Thomas Harware aged 34 years or thereabouts and Henry Williamson aged 34 or thereabouts sworn and examined re probate of estate of Richard Simms.
      “1681, Aug 6—Know all men by these presents that I, Thomas Harwar, ex. Of last will and testament of John Penneye, executor of William Simes, for and in consideration of the sawing of 2,000 feet of pine plank to be sawed on ye now dwelling plantation of Thomas Roberts … have sold unto John Mills all my right and interest in a parcel of land lying at ye head of Moraticoe Creek.
      Signed Thomas Harwar. Judith Harwar (signed by mark) released dower. Wit: Thomas Roberts, Marvell Moseley.
      “1682, Oct 22—Land patents 7:188. To Thomas Harwar, old Rappahannock County, 647 acres on the back of Capt. Henry Smith’s dividend. Beginning at a corner white oak called Randolph Curtis’ corner.
      “1683, Aug 1—Thomas Jillett of Rappahannock County bound to Thomas Harwar for 10,000 pounds of tobacco to ensure that Jillett will deliver unto Judith Roberts, daughter of Thomas Roberts, late of this county, deceased, and Ann his wife, which wife, Ann, the said Thomas Jillett hath now intermarried with. To be delivered to Judith Roberts upon the day of her marriage or attaining the age of 21, whichever to occur first. Signed Thomas Jillett (by mark). Wit: John Billington, Robert Williams, John Almond.
      “1696, Oct 10—Whereas there has been a partition (per order of Essex court of 20 Dec 1695 by Capt. Wm. Moseley surveyor) of land between Samuel Harwar and Ann his wife and John Cammill and Sarah his wife, which descended to Ann and Sarah from their deceased brother, George Killman, late of the above said county of Essex…Signed Samuell Harwar, Ann Harwar (by mark). Wit: James
      Boughan and Henry Woodnut.
      “1698/9, Mar 12—Will of Thomas Harwar of Essex County. Mentions daughter Elizabeth (legacy given to her in will of John Penn). Rest of estate to son Thomas Harwar. Son to be executor, with assistance from friends Capt. Edward Thomas and Mr. Leonard Hill. Signed Thomas Harwar Senior. Wit: Daniell Whitehorne, Gerard Greenwood, Edward Adcocke. Proved 11 Jul 1698.
      “1710—Administration bond of Samuel Harwar of Essex.
      “1713—Will of Thomas Harwar of Essex (wills 14:155-156).
      ”1723—will of Henry Harwar of Essex (wills 4:42-43).”
      ===
      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
      PENN, JOHN, 13 January, 1676/7 ; 2 May, 1677.
      Sick & weak in body but in proper memory.
      To Anne Sharp daughter of John Sharp the plantation I now live on and £50 Sterling money in England.
      To Judith Sharp daughter of John Sharp deceased £50 Sterling money in England.
      To Elizabeth Harware daughter of Thomas Harware £50 Sterling in England. The above £50 and the plantation to be delivered the day of their marriage by my Executors hereafter named.
      To Edward Dracas Thomas Cocker and Mary Peyton each one cow to be delivered on demand and likewise she the said Mary Peyton to be free at my decease for all other moveable stock cattle and horses and mares and servants and what other estate in Virginia Maryland, England or elsewhere I give and bequeath to my Executor.
      Thomas Harware and his heirs forever only paying my debts.
      To Thomas Talbutt son of William Talbutt a young Mare about three years old and likewise two cows to be delivered on demand.
      Should Anne Sharp die without issue then the land I give her to my friend Thomas Harware otherwise to her and her heirs forever.
      Wit. PETER HOPEGOOD, aged 30 years or thereabouts,
      JOSEPH PRICE, aged 26 years or thereabouts. Page 206.
      ===
      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
      TALBUT, WILLIAM, 6 March, 1676/7;
      Proved by the witnesses 5 June & 7 Nov. 1678.
      To son Thomas Tabutt 1/2 of my stock of Cattle male & female onely ye two biggest Steeres Excepted also 200 acres of Land web : I had wch my Wife by a Deed from her Father John Sharp decd. only my Wife Mary Tabutt to have a share in it her life according to law. To wife 50 acres of land purchased of Capt. George Morris also all my Chattels horses mares household goods and moveables she paying all my debts.
      Wit. HENRY MAWDSLEY, THOMAS HARWARE. Page 99.
      ===
      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deeds & Wills - 1665-1677; pg 205-206
      N THE NAME OF GOD Amen the 22d day of January 1672/3 I RICHARD SIMMS being sick in body but of sound & perfect memory praise be given to God for the same and knowing the uncertainty of this life on earth & being desirous to settle things in order to make this my last Will & Testament in manner & form
      following that is to say
      First and Principally I commend my Soul to Almighty God my Creator assuredly beleiving that I shall receive full pardon and free remission of my Sins and be saved by the pretious death & merritts of my Blessed Saviour and redeemer Christ Jesus and my body to the Earth from whence it was taken to be buried in such decent Christian manner as to my Exers hereafter named shall be thought meet and convenient. And as touching such worldly Estate as the Lord in Mercy hath lent me my will & meaning is the same shall be employed and bestowed as hereafter by this my Will is expressed and first I do revoake renounce frustrate & make void all Wills be me formerly made and declare and appoint this my last Will &Testament
      Imprs. I will that all those debts that I owe in right to any manner of person or persons be well and truely contented & paid within convenient time after my decease by my Executor hereafter named
      I give & bequeath unto JOHN PENN if it shall please God I dye without wife or issue all my reall and personal! estate that is to say lands goods & Chattels as well moveable as unmoveable which is properly mine to his heirs & assignes for ever And do heereby ordain my well beloved Freind JOHN PEN to be my sole Executor of this my Will & Testament & none other as Witness my hand & Seale the day abovesaid Signed & sealed in the presence of us THO: HARWARE RICHARD SIMMS Seale
      HENRY WILLIAMSON
      The within named THOMAS HARWARE aged 34 yeares or thereabouts & HENRY WILLIAMSON aged 34 or thereabouts sworn & examined saith that they did see the within
      mentioned RICHARD SIMMS sign seale & publish the within named Will as his last Will & Testament and that he was in perfect sence & memory at the signing & sealing
      thereof to the best of their Judgmts. & further saith not
      THO: HARWARE
      HENRY WILLIAMSON Jurati HENRI WILLIAMSON et THOMAS HARWARE 3 di Maii 1677
      Recordatr xx die Junii
      ===
      1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 122-122
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee THOMAS & JUDITH HARWARE of the County of Rappae. have for us or: heires for a valuable consideration already paid unto THOMAS CROW of the same County by HENRY WOODNUT doe by these prsents give sell confirme unto HENRY WOODNUTT of the said County all our right & interest of One hundred & Sixty acres being pte of Seaven hundred & sixty acres, Foure hundred & sixty out of the said Seavin hundred & sixty formerly sold to the said WOODNUTT on the East side of the WHITE MARSH but the abovesd One hundred & sixty acres to be on the West side of the WHITE MARSH bounding upon the WHITE MARSH on the other pcell sold & be for length & breadth according as the land is Surveyed to containe the said One hundred & silty acres. To have and to hold unto the said HENRY WOODNUTT his heires forever wth all profits priviledges thereunto belonging in as large & ample manner as is tu u3 granted wthmit the molestation of any persons that shall lay claime And to acknowledge this our Deed in Court at any time required Iu To3timoney of the same wee have hereunto putt our hands & seals the 3d day of January 1675/6
      Signed Sealed & delivered in
      presence of us WM. TALBUTT, THO: HARWARE
      JOHN CHENLY
      Recognitr. in Cur Com Rappae 2 die Maii 1677
      ===
      1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 125
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I RICHARD NUSUM & DOROTHY NUSUM of the County of Rappae in Virginia doe for diverse good causes & in consideration of the sum of Eleven hundred pounds of good Merchantable arronoco tobacco & Casque in hand already received or secured to be received to be paid before the sealing or delivery of these presents from us our heires & assignes doe bargain sell unto Mr. THOMAS HARWAR of the aforesaid County & Collony Gent. his heires & assignes forever all that plantation parcell of land wch the said Capt. RICHD. NUSUM purchased of Mr. EDWARD ADCOCK as may more at large appeare by a Deed of Sale from said ADCOCK to sd Capt. RICHD, NUSUM bearing date the 6th day of Decembr: 1673 wch said land the said Mr. EDWARD ADCOCK did purchase of Capt. RICHARD LOES & ERMINE his Wife as may appears by Deed of Sale from undr: their hands & seales bearing date the 28th day of January 1672; being in the County of Rappae containing by estimacon Two hundred acres of land or thereabouts wth all houses edifices orchards & fences thereunto belonging wth all woods priviledges of hawking, hunting, fishing and fowling wth all mines & mineralls thereupon To have and to hold to him the said THOMAS HARWARE his heires & assignes forever & wee the said RICHARD NUSAM & DOROTHY NUSAM doe hereby obleidge ourselves our heires that said THOMAS HARWARE his heires & assignes shall forever quietly hold all the prmises & doe warrant the same from all persons the said THOMAS HARWARE paying all services as shall be due to his Sacred Majestie, farther the said RICHARD and DORTHY NUSUM doe hereby engage themselves to acknowledge the above prmises unto THOMS HARWARE his certaine Attorney for his use the Court held for Rappae County upon demand. In Witness whereof wee have sett our hands & seales 23 day of August 1676
      Signed sealed & delivered in the presence RICHARD NUSUM
      of us EDWARD THOMAS, RICHARD NEVILLS DOROTHY NUSUM
      Recordatr. in Cur Com Rappae 2 die Mali 1677 et Recordatr. xx3 die Junii
      ===
      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 102-103
      TO ALL PEOPLE TO WHOM these may con cerne I THO: BOWLER Mercht. in Virga send Greeting Whereas I the sd Tho• Bowler for Diverse good causes and consideracons me thereunto moving have made & constituted and in my place and steed by these presents & appoynted my Trusty and well Beloved Friend THO. HARWAR of Rappa. River in Virga my true and lawfull Attorney for me and in my name and to my use to aske demand Receive and sue for Levy recover Require all and all manner of Debts Duties Merchandizes comodityes sume & sumes of money or Tobacco due or hereafter due owing payable or belonging unto me the sd Thomas Bowler by any person or persons wtsoever for any matter cause or thing and upon receipt thereof in my name or his owne name to make and give Accquivances or other Discharge for the same and to demand an accompt of all moneyes goods merchandizes wtsoever had & recovered uppon the accompt of me Tho Bowler and alsoe these doe impower the sd Tho Harwar to take into his custody my said plantacon wth all things thereupon and to keepe in his Custody all manner of goods Servts Chatles and wt else belonging to the sd Tho Bowler and to present therein according to agreemt: made undr: hand and Seale for the better doeing and acting executing of all or any of the premises I doe hereby Further give unto my sd Attorney full power to Constitute & appoynt one or more Attorneys for me at his pleasure as he shall think fits as if I the sd Thomas Bowler were there present And I the said Thomas Bowler doe & shall Rattifye & confirme allow & as fully and amply as if I my selfe were present, and did the same in my owne person, In Wit.tness whereof 1 have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this 28th day of August in the yeare of our Lord God 1666
      In presents of us THO PATTISON, Tho: Bowler
      JOHN DE LA GRANGE
      Recordat in Com Rappa 20th Die 9bris 1666 per RO. PAYNE CICur
      ===
      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; Antient Press: Antient Press; Page 430-432
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I RICH: SPURLING wth consent of my Wife ELIZA: SPURLING of the County of Rappa. in VIRGA: for and in consideracon of sume of Seaven hundred pounds of VIRGINIA leafe Tobo: to me in hand paid by NICH: COX of the County aforesd have bargained and sold unto the sd Nich: Cox fifty acres of land in Rappa. County on the So: side Bounding as followeth Begininmg at a marked corner Red oake bounding uppon a former Devidt: of land wch I the sd Spurling bought of WM. DENBY and am now possessed wth & runing West and by No: 100 poles thence from a marked red oake No: & by E: 160 poles thence East by So: to the place where it first Begann To Have and To Hold the said 50 acres of land to the sd Nich: Cox his heires IN WITTNESS whereof wee have hereunto sett our hands &seales this 5th day of Aprill 1668.
      In presents of us THO: HARWAR, Richd Spurling
      signd HENRY BATLE Eliza, Spurling
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa 6 Die Maii 1668
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I NICH: COX for a Valluable Consideracon in hand reced doe hereby for me my heires or assignes assigne over all my right title and Interrest of this wthin written Bill of Sale unto Mr. THO: HARWAR his heires or assignes for Ever as WITTNESS my hand this 5th of May 1668.
      Test JOHN DAWE, Nicholas Cox
      JAMES FOSSETT
      Recordat 12 May 1688
      KNOW ALL WHOM this may con cerne that I RICHD: SPURLING of the County of Rappa Planter doe appoynt my welbeloved Freind HENRY WOODNUTT my lawfully Attorney to plead or Implead any cause or causes that shall be depending Betweene me the sd Richd: Spurling or any party that shall have any thing to Object agt me the sd Spurting, alsoe I the sd Richd: Spurling doe by these presents impower the said Henry Woodnutt wth the consent of my Wife ELIZABETH SPURLING to accknowledge one parcell of land by us sold unto RICH: COX of the County aforesd Planter for valluable consideracon parte in hand reserv'd WITTNESS our hands and this 10th of Aprill 1667
      In presents of ROGER SMYTH, Richd Spurting
      THO: HARDING Eliaz. Spurling
      Recordat in Com Rappa 12 Die Maii 1668
      ===
      1668-1670 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 120-121
      THIS INDENTURE made the 4th day of January in the yeare of our Lord God 1665 and in the 20th yeare of the Reigne of our Soveraign Lord CHARLES the Second by the grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King Defendr. of the Faith &c, Between HENRY WOODNUTT of the one pty and THOMAS HARWAR both of the County of Rappa Plan trs of other pte Wittnesseth that the sd HENRY WOODNUTT for and in consideracon of Two thousd five hundred of Tobo and caske paid by the sd THO: HARWAR the receipt whereof the sd HENRY WOODNUTT doth hereby accknowledge to have received and of very pte and pcell thereof doe hereby acquitt and discharge the sd HARWAR his heires have given granted bargained sold and confirmed unto the sd THO HARWAR his heirs for ever one hundred and fourteene acres of land being a pte of a peice and tract of land 456 acres as by Pattent doth appeare lying on the South side of RAPPA. RIVER and bounding uppon the backe of MRS. SMITHERs land formrly in the Tenure and occupacon of Mr. ANTHO. STEVENS and since granted unto JNO. CARPENTER of whom bought by me the sd HENRY WOODNUTT Begining at a red Oake under the Hill & running in Lean gth 175 poles to a Spanish Oake being a Corner tree and from the sd Begining red Oak for Breadth No West 115 poles together with all wayes water courses and other the priviledges and appurtenances thereunto belonging To Have and To Hold the sd 114 acres unto the sd THO: HARWAR his heirs forever for and under the payment of the rent due or: Soverainge Lord the King his heires or Successors and further the sd HENRY WOODNUTT his heires covenant and promises that the sd THOMAS HARWAR his heires shall and may lawfully peaceably and quietly hold occupy possess and enjoy the alaresd land wthout the vexacon of me the sd HENRY WOODNUTT my heirs In Wittness whereof I the sd HENRY WOODNUTT have hereunto sett my hand and seale the day and yea.re aforemenconed signum
      in pnts of THO, HARDING, HENRY WOODNUT
      ROBT, MUSSELL.
      Recognitr, Cur Rappa 2d Martii Ano Dom 1669
      KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I HENRY WOODNUTT of the County of Rappa. doe
      hereby consent appoynt and ordaine Mr, EDWARD ADCOCKE my true and lawfull Atturney for me and in my name place and steede to acknowledge unto THOMAS HARWAR in the County Corte. of Rappa. a Deed by me signed and sealed for a parcel of land lying in the County aforesaid as pr. the said Deed appeareth containing one hundred and Forteene acres of land giving my said Atturney as full and ample power concerning ye prmises as is or cann bee in any Letter of Atturney expressed Rattifieing and confirming whatsoever my said Atturney shall doe therein as if myselfe were there prsent and had done the same as Wittness my hand and seale this Fourth day of March 1669
      n the prsents of us PETER HOPGOOD. HENRY WOODNUIT
      WILLIAM TABUTT
      Recordatr, Xth die Martii 1669/70
      ===
      continued

  • Sources 
    1. [S266] Vaulx Family of England, Virginia and Maryland, Michael L. Marshall, (Name: October 2012;).

    2. [S252] The Virginia Genealogist Volume 49, 2005, 32.

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