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73101 Title Howard, James.
Publication 1720
Gen. note Part of index to Prince George County Wills and Administrations (1713-1800)
Note p. 417. Inv. & Appr. rec. 9 Aug. 1720.
p. 417. Accounts rec. 9 Aug. 1720.
Note Deeds, Etc., 1713-1728, Pt. 2 (Reel 1) 
Howard, James (I080934)
 
73102 Title Howard, James.
Publication 1750.
Gen. note Part of index to Richmond County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 602. Will pro. 7 May 1750.
p. 651. Inv. & appr. ordered 7 May 1750.
Note Will Book No. 5, 1725-1753 (Reel 24) 
Howard, James (I080928)
 
73103 Title Howard, John.
Publication 1684.
Gen. note Part of index to Henrico County Wills and Administrations (1662-1800)
Note p. 297. Inv. & appr. rec. 2 Feb. 1684.
p. 297. Inv. & appr. rec. 1 Apr. 1685.
p. 301. Adms. bond rec. 1 Apr. 1685.
Note Records, 1677-1692 (Reel 4) 
Howard, John (I080930)
 
73104 Title Hume, George.
Publication 1760
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 227-228. Inv. & Appr. rec. July 1760.
p. 374-375. Accounts rec. June 21, 1764.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

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1749-1770 Culpeper County, Virginia, Will Book A: Pg 374-375
1760 George Hume's Estate. Administration Account. (some entries) Cash recd of George Wheatley; Do recd of William Breedlove; Do reed of Saml. Orr; 1761 - Cash recd of William Davis; cash found in the house; Cash recd of William Sturdy; Cash recd of Lynn Banks; cash recd of Capt. Henry Field Junr; cash recd of Thos. Allan; cash recd of ABRAHAM SIMPSON; cash recd of James Keith; cash recd of John Maganan; cash recd of Capt. Henry Field; cash recd of Rich. Young; cash recd of Danl. Brown; cash recd of Henry Elly; cash recd of Frances Grant; cash recd of William Pickett, cash recd of Jos. Rosson; Contra 1760. Cash pd Roger Dixon; cash pd Rose Sadler; cash pd Saml. Orr; cash pd Alexr. Hume; cash pd William Lightfoot; cash paid to the Office; cash pd Nathl. Hickinson, cash pd Danl. Brown; cash pd Charles Duncan, cash pd James Hord; cash pd Lynn Banks; cash pd Charles Morgan; cash pd Jacob Elistone; cash pd Charles Yates; cash pd John Connor; cash pd Maur Clayton;
June 22d 1762 E. - Accepted George Hume, Admor.
June 21st 1764. The above accot. Rendered to the Court & ordered to be recorded.
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SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY DEED BOOK A, 1725-1728; Antient Press; Page 313,
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I GEORGE PROCKTER of Saint George Parish Spotsylvania County for the love and affection I bear to my lawfully begotten Daughter, ELIZABETH, and GEORGE HOME her lawfull Husband give and betroth unto ELIZABETH and GEORGE her Husband and to their heirs one parcell of land or woodland ground containing one hundred and eighty acres in the aforesaid Parish and County and on the Branches of DEEP RUN and bounded, Beginning at a Spanish Oak and white Oak corner to the said PROCKTER in WILLIAM SMITH's line, thence with his line North thirty degrees East one hundred and sixty poles to a small Hickory and two red Oaks another corner of the said PROCKTER in said SMITH's line, thence North forty degrees West sixty eight poles to a red Oak corner to THOMAS MORRIS, thence with said MORRIS's line North sixty degrees West one hundred and twenty poles to a black Oak and a Hickory in the said MORRIS's line and on the head of PINY BRANCH, thence South thirty degrees West two hundred and twenty poles to two black Oaks a Spanish Oak and a red Oak in another line of the said PROCKTER, thence with PROCKTER's line to the beginning being South seventy degrees East and all profits advantages and appurtenances to the same belonging; To have and to hold the parcell of land and premises with the appurtenances unto GEORGE HOME and ELIZABETH his lawfull Wife and heirs, and I do hereby warrant and defend the land to GEORGE and ELIZABETH his law- full Wife against the claim of any person; as witness my hand and seal this third day of June in the year of Our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight and in the second year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord King George the Second Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
BENJAMIN GRAYSON GEORGE signun PROCKTER
ROBERT CAVE
At a Court held for Spotsylvania County June the 4th 1728
GEORGE PROCKTER acknowledged this his Deed of Gift for land unto his Daughter, ELIZABETH, Wife of GEORGE HOME, and at the said HOMES's motion the same was admitted to Record
Test JOHN WALLER, Clk Cur
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Name: John Gordon
Date: 2 Mar 1735
Location: Spotsylvania CO., VA
Property: 200 a. in the Par. and County afsd., on branches of Deep Run.
Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.
Remarks: George Hume and Elizabeth, his wife, of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to John Gordon of Par. and County afsd. 200 a. in the Par. and County afsd., on branches of Deep Run, being a tract conveyed by deed of Gift from George Proctor, Decd., to sd. Hume and wife
Description: Grantee
Book_Date: C
Note by David: George Hume was a brother-in-law of Elias Sharp (both were sons-in-law of George Proctor)
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1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; {William Armstrong Crozier}:
March 2, 1735. George Home and Elizabeth, his wife, of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to John Gordon of Par. and County afsd. 200 a. in the Par. and County afsd., on branches of Deep Run, being a tract conveyed by deed of Gift from George Proctor, Decd., to sd. Home and wife, July 3, 1728. Joseph Thomas, Richard Tutt, Henry Brock. March 2, 1735-6.
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Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Books 1734 - 1751
22 10br 1735. Deed of Lease. George Prockter of Spotsylvania Co for 5
shillings farm lett to John Prockter & Elias Sharp of co afsd a 230 a. parcel of land or woodland ground on the brs of the Hasell Run bounded by Feigans Br, Cock's line, Francis & Antony Thornton ... during the term of one year paying the yearly rent of one ear of Indian corn on the feast of St. Michael if demanded Wit: G. Home, Wm Moore, John Manard. Attest: John Waller clk. (Pg 166)
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Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Books 1734 - 1751
23 10br 1735. Deed of Release. George Prockter of Spotsylvania Co for £100 sold & released to John Prockter & Elias Sharp of co afsd a 230 a. parcel of land ... [same as above] .... Wit: G. Home, Wm Moore, John Manard.
1735/6 & admitted to record. Attest: John Waller clk. (Pg 167) 
Hume, George (I044194)
 
73105 Title Hunter, Anne [Ann].
Publication 1717.
Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 93. Will pro. 20 Aug. 1717.
p. 93. Exors. bond rec. 20 Aug. 1717.
Note Deeds & Wills No. 15, 1716-1718 (Reel 7]
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1716-1718 Essex County Deed & Will Book 15; {John Frederick Dorman}:
Page 93. Will of Anne Hunter, being sick and weak of body, dated 13 Nov. 1715
Unto my four daughters Elizabeth Brown, Grizell Chamberlain, Anne Covington, and Mary Coleman the wife of Spilsby Coleman all my wearing cloaths to be equally divided
Unto my daughter Ann Covington my side saddle
Unto Mary Coleman the wife of my son Spilsbe Coleman my rideing horse by name Squirel.
According to the condition of a bond given to my son Thomas Coleman by me and my husband John Hunter before the celebration of our marriage, all my negros, plate and cattle and the rest of the estate to be equally divided among my seven children vizt. Thomas Coleman, Robert Coleman, Edward Coleman, Spilsbe Coleman, Elizabeth Brown, Grizel Chamberlain, and Ann Covington.
My Son Thomas Coleman Executor.
Anne Hunter
Wit: Jos. Barker, Jno. Games, Catherine [K] Short.
20Aug1717. proved by Joseph Baker

Page 93. 20Aug1717. Bond of Thomas Coleman as executor of Ann Hunter. Unto John Lomax, William Dangerfield, Leo Tarent and Thomas Waring, Gent., Justices for L500 sterling.
Security, Wm Covington, Jr.
Thomas Coleman
Wm. Covington Junr.
Wit Salvator Muscoe
20 Aug 1717. Ack

Children of Anne SPILSBE and Robert COLEMAN are:

i. Francis COLEMAN was born ABT 1675, and died ABT 1719. He married Honor. She died ? .
ii. Thomas COLEMAN was born 1678 in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia, and died BEF 14 MAR 1748 in King and Queen County, Virginia. He married Mary LORT ABT 1700. She was born ABT 1680, and died ? . He married Sarah SANDERS. She died ? .
iii. Robert E. COLEMAN was born 1680 in New Kent County, Virginia, and died 13 MAY 1748 in Caroline County, Virginia. He married Mary E. CLAYTON 26 JAN 1702 in Caroline County, Virginia, daughter of Samuel CLAYTON and Susannah MORRIS. She was born 1683 in Abingdon Parish, Essex, Virginia, and died ABT 1735.
iv. Grizzell COLEMAN was born 1683 in New Kent County, Virginia, and died 1754 in Beaufort County, North Carolina. She married John CHAMBERLAIN 1713. He was born 1691, and died 1725. She married Thomas HARDY BEF 21 SEP 1725. He died BEF 13 APR 1754 in Beaufort County, North Carolina.
v. Elizabeth COLEMAN was born ABT 1684 in Essex County, Virginia, and died ? . She married Daniel BROWN 1704 in Virginia, son of Francis BROWN and Elizabeth ALLEN. He was born 2 MAY 1687, and died ? .
vi. Edward COLEMAN was born 1688 in Essex County, Virginia, and died AFT 1725. He married Anne REEVES 1710 in Essex County, Virginia. She died ? .
vii. Anne COLEMAN was born ABT 1690 in Essex County, Virginia, and died BEF 22 APR 1762 in Essex County, Virginia. She married William COVINGTON 13 MAY 1714 in Essex County, Virginia, son of William COVINGTON and Rosamund. He died 22 APR 1762 in Virginia.
viii. Spilsbe COLEMAN was born 1692 in Essex County, Virginia, and died 1727. He married Mary CROW BEF 30 NOV 1715. She was born ABT 1695, and died ? .
ix. Chamberlain COLEMAN died ? .
x. William COLEMAN died Mar 1744/45. He married Faith GODFREY. She died ? . 
Spilsbe, Anne (I075989)
 
73106 Title Hunter, James.
Publication 1688
Gen. note Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Note p. 276. Inv. rec. 1 May 1688
p. 280. Inv. & Appr. rec. 6 June 1688
p. 276. Will pro. l May 1688
Note Record of Wills, Deeds, Etc., Vol. 2, 1661-1719 (Reel 23) 
Hunter, James (I075986)
 
73107 Title Hunter, James.
Publication 1739
Gen. note Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Note p. 235-236. Will pro. 23 July 1739
Note Wills and Accounts, Vol. 4, 1733-1745 (Reel 24) 
Hunter, James (I075990)
 
73108 Title Hunter, John.
Publication 1721.
Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 284. Will pro. rec. 21 Nov. 1721.
p. 285-286. Inv. & appr. rec. 19 Dec. 1721.
Note Wills, etc., No. 3, 1717-1721 (Reel 40
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1717-1721 Essex County Virginia Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates No. 3; Page 284. Will of John Hunter of the parish of St. Ann in the County of Essex, taylor, being sick and weak in body, dated 17 May 1721.
The land and plantation that I bought of Edward Fagan and Margarett his wife unto my friend James Alderson.
Unto my God daughter Eliza Rouzee a gold ring of ten shillings price at the age of twelve years if she so long live.
Unto Ann the wife of James Alderson a gold ring of fifteen shillings price.
Unto Thomas Cooper Dickenson three iron potts and hooks, one looking glass, one table, an iron pestle and a pair of pot racks which he has now in his possession, provided he pay my executor 31.10.- sterling which I formerly lent him.
A tobacco account unsettled between the above named Thomas Cooper Dickenson and me may be fairly compared and the balance paid.
All the rest of my estate unto my Honoured Father Edward Hunter and my dear mother Dorothy to be sent them to Great Brittaine.
My friend James Alderson executor.
John Hunter
Wit: John (x) Cook, Wm. Cook, Eliza. (G) Capell.
21 Nov. 1721. Presented in Court by James Alderson. Proved by John Cook and William Cook. 
Hunter, John (I068583)
 
73109 Title Hunter, William.
Publication 1720
Gen. note Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Note p. 36-37. Will pro. 25 July 1720
Note Deeds, Wills, Great Book, Vol. 2, 1715-1726 (Reel 3) 
Hunter, William (I075988)
 
73110 Title Jesper, Richard.
Publication 1702.
Gen. note Part of index to Richmond County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 59a-60. Will pro. 3 Mar. 1702.
Note Wills & Inventories, 1699-1709 (Reel 22)
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL:
URL title:
Note:
Deed Book No. 2

p.75. Deed. 6 Nov. 1694. "Belliner Pursell Executrix of the last Will and Testament of David Pursell late of the County of Richmond" to Tho Parker of same County, planter, for 10000 lb tobo, 250 acres, where said Belliner now lives for a term of 99 years, "one peper Corn by way of Acknowledgement on every the five and twentieth day of December during the said Term if the same be lawfully demanded"
signed Billenor x Pursell
Wit:
Rich'd x JASPER
Edw'd Geffery
Nich'p x Liscom
Rec 14 Dec 1694

Sorce:
Fleet, Beverley,
Richmond County records, 1692-1704 : Deed book no. 1, 1692-1693, Deed book no. 2, 1693/4-1696, Deed book no. 3, lost, miscellaneous records, 1699-1704
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 117 pgs.
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URL: http://www.usgennet.org/family/smoot/va/richmond/richmond-1.html
URL title: Richmond County, Virginia
Note:
21 Jun 1717-02 Mar 1725-6. Richond Wills. Will of Eliza JESPER, widow and relict of Richard JESPER. Grdau. Elizbeth DODSON, sons William and Alexander CLARK; Ex: sons William and Alexadner. Wits: John HUGHLETT, William DIDLEY, William MARSHALL. Inv. 7 Apr 1726.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/VARICHMO/2002-07/1026844172
URL title: VARICHMO-L Archives
Note:
1704 (Richmond) - July 31. Deed DANIEL BENTLEY of "GLOSTER" deeds with Samuel Samford and Richard King. Richmond County Deeds, 1701-1704,. (Sparacio).
Daniel Bentley bought 150 acres for 5,000 pounds tobacco from Samuel Samford and wife Elizabeth, AND 80 acres for15 pounds lawful money from Richard King and wife Sarah. The only geographical feature mentioned in both is Farnham Creeke (close to Totuskey Creek in deed of 1723 mentioning Anne Bentley widow). Names mentioned in bodies of the deeds include: (a) Samford deed -- James BIDDLECOMBE, Robert FRISTOW and Jane his wife, Richard JASPR, Robert BAYLIS and Jane widow,; and (b) King deed -- Robt.. WOOD, Alexander SWAN, Thomas GRIFFIN, George HOWELL, Robert BAYLIST. Stephen GUPTON/GUBTON and Edward JONES are witnesses to both. Note: when "lawfulle" money is converted to tobacco, the King land costs less per acre than the Samford land, but not substantially enough to infer any sort of privileged relationship.
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1697-1699 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 298)
Richmond County Court 1st of June 1698
- The Last Will and Testament of RICHARD DUDLEY being presented to this Court by RICHARD JESPER SENR. & THOMAS JESPER, Executors named in the said Will, the sam was proved by the Oaths of GEORGE MADOX & HENRY KEYES, witnesses thereunto, & pro. bate thereof granted &c.
- Ordered that GEORGE MADOX be paid for Two days attendance according to Act by RICHARD JESPER & THOMAS JESPER being by them subpened an evidence for proof of the Last Will & Testament of RICHARD DUDLEY 
Jasper, Richard (I032941)
 
73111 Title Jones, Cornelius.
Publication 1735
Gen. note Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Note p. 56-57. Inv. & Appr. rec. 16 July 1735.
Note Will Book C, 1734-1744 (Reel 18)
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Prince William County, Virginia Will Book Liber C, 1734-1744; John Fredrick Dorman pg 56-57:
Inventory and appraisement of Cornelius Jones estate 6 July 1734
total valuation £45.12.5
Elizabeth {E} Cooper signed the inventory
Valentine Peyton
Wm. {M} Davis
John Goslin
Appraisers sworn before Benjamin Grayson.
16Jul1735 Elizabeth Cooper late Elizabeth Jones admx of the estate of Cornelius Jones, decd, returned this inventory and appraisment. 
Jones, Cornelius (I050714)
 
73112 Title Jones, David.
Publication 1752
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 65. Inv. & Appr. rec. 16 Nov. 1752.
p. 77. Inv. & Appr. rec. Mar. 15, 1753.
p. 56-57. Will pro. 16 Apr. 1752.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)
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1749-1770 Culpeper County, Virginia Will Book A: {Sparacio}
In the Name of God Amen. I DAVID JONES of the Parish of St. Mark and the County of Culpeper being sick and weak of body But of perfect mind and memory .. do make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form as followeth Item I give and bequeath to my Sister MARY MORRIS one lot of land that I purchased of DANIEL BROWN .. Item I give and bequeath to my Sister Mary Morris all my personal Estate .. Item I do appoint my Brother in Law THOMAS MORRIS to be whole and sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof .. this second day of February 1751.
Presence JOHN HACKLEY, David Jones
GEORGE ANDERSON
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Thursday the 16th day of April 1752
This last Will and Testament of David Jones decd was proved by .. witnesses thereto sworn to by Thomas Morris the Executor therein named and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Thomas Morris Certificate is granted him for obtaining a Probst thereof in due form he giving security according to Law.
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1749-1770 Culpeper County, Virginia Will Book A: {Sparacio}
Pursuant to an order of Culpeper County Court bearing date 16th day of April 1752 We the Subscribers did on the 4th day of November in the year aforesaid meet at the Plantation of THOMAS MORRIS and did also then and there appraise all the Estate of DAVID JONES deceased which was presented to our view in Money as the following articles sheweth .. items listed and valued to total L 1..12..2 .. JAS. STEWART
GEORGE DOGGETT JOHN HACKLEY
Returned Into Court this 16th day of November 1752 and ordered to be recorded. 
Jones, David (I080963)
 
73113 Title Jones, Rice.
Publication 1697.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 399. Exors. bond rec. 24 May 1697.
p. 408. Will pro. 24 May 1697.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 10], 1694-1697 (Reel 4a)
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Title Clause, Phettiplace.
Publication 2 December 1628.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: County location not given.
Description: 100 acres on the Easterly side of Warwicksqueake River, northerly on the land of Rice Jones.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 68 (Reel 1).
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Title Jones, Rice.
Publication 2 December 1628.
Gen. note Wife of Thomas Key.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Joanes.
Note Location: County location not given.
Description: 50 acres on the easterly side of Warwicksqueicke River, northerly on the land of Martha Key.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 67 (Reel 1).
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Title Walker, Alexander.
Publication 18 March 1662.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: York County.
Grantee(s): Walker, Alexander and Jones, Rice.
Description: 94 acres 17 Chs. beginning at a corner poplar standing in the main fork of a branch of the mill swamp.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 381 (Reel 5).
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Title Jones, Rice.
Publication 18 March 1662.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Joanes.
Note Location: York County.
Grantee(s): Walker, Alexander and Jones, Rice.
Description: 94 acres 170 Chs. .
Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 381 (Reel 5).

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Title Doughting, Anthony.
Publication 29 May 1683.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Middlesex County.
Description: 151 acres beg.g &c. close to the line of Abraham Weekes, thence &c. to the line of Rice Jones at the head of the Green Branch.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 299 (Reel 7).
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Title Toseley, Thomas.
Publication 23 April 1688.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Middlesex County.
Description: 594 acres adjoining the land of John Furwell, Rice Jones, his own &c.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 649 (Reel 7).
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Title Gardiner, James.
Publication 5 June 1765.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: King and Queen County.
Description: 29 acres an island in the Dragon Swamp between the land of William Todd and the land of Colo. Richard Corbin and Rice Jones in Middlesex County.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 36, 1764-1767 (v.1 & 2 p.557-1083), p. 746 (Reel 36). 
Jones, Rice (I067541)
 
73114 Title Jones, Rice.
Publication 1758.
Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 111-112. Will pro. 20 June 1758.
p. 113. Exors. bond rec. 20 June 1758.
p. 196-200. Inv. & appr. rec. 18 June 1759.
p. 201-202. Accounts rec. 18 June 1759.
Note Wills No. 11, 1757-1762 (Reel 46)


elizabeth webb mentioned as niece 
Webb, Elizabeth (I115247)
 
73115 Title Jones, Rice.
Publication 1758.
Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 111-112. Will pro. 20 June 1758.
p. 113. Exors. bond rec. 20 June 1758.
p. 196-200. Inv. & appr. rec. 18 June 1759.
p. 201-202. Accounts rec. 18 June 1759.
Note Wills No. 11, 1757-1762 (Reel 46)

 
Jones, Rice (I067542)
 
73116 Title Jones, Rice.
Publication 1767.
Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 282-283. Will pro. 16 Nov. 1767.
p. 292. Inv. & appr. of estate in Middlesex County rec. 16 May 1768.
p. 311-313. Inv. & appr. rec. 15 Aug. 1768.
Note Wills No. 12, 1762-1775 (Reel 47) 
Jones, Rice (I067543)
 
73117 Title Kaffer, Michael.
Publication 1768
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 467-468. Will pro. 17 Nov. 1768.
p. 494. Inv. & Appr. rec. 18 Aug. 1768.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31) 
Käfer, Wolff Michael (I005392)
 
73118 Title Kavanaugh, Philimon.
Publication 1764
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 364. Will pro. 10 Mar. 1764.
p. 366-367. Inv. & Appr. rec. Apr. 19, 1764.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

In the name of God Amen. I PHILIMAN KAVANAUGH being weak and low but of sound mind memory and calling to mind the mortality of men must die, I do therefore constitute and appoint this my last Will & Testament .. I render my soul to God who gave it & I desire my body may be desiently buried in a Christian like manner at the Discression of my Executors hereafter named. My will and desire is that one Moyaty of that land whereon my Brother CHARLES KAVANAUGH now lives be sold by my Executors & that my said Brother do make lawful) deed to the purchaser for the same & the other moyaty I give my right thereof to my said Brother .. Item I lend my loving wife ANN KANAVAUGH the land & plantation whereon I now live dureing her natural life or widowhood and at her Discease or day of Marriage do give the said land to my son BENJAMIN KAVANAUGH to him &his heirs. Item I lend all the residue of my Estate after paying all my just Debts to my dear wife Ann Kavanaugh for dureing her natural life or widowhood with the money from the sale of the abovementioned land be equally divided amongst all my Children. Item I constitute and appoint my loving Wife Ann Kavanaugh Executrix and my loving Friend WILLIAM WILLIAMS Executor of this my last Will and Testament In witness whereof .. this sixth day of February (faded) in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & sixty four.
Presence: CHARS. KAVANAUGH, Phil Kavanaugh
CHARLES YANCEY, ANN KAVANAUGH
At a Court held for the County of Culpeper on Friday the 16 day of March 1764
This last Will and Testament of Phil Kavanaugh Decd was exhibited to the court by Ann Kavanaugh & William Williams the Executors therein named & was proved by the oaths of Charles Yancey and Charles Kavanaugh witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Excors. Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having sworn to the some & given Bond & Security according to Law. 
Cavenaugh, Philemon (I080962)
 
73119 Title Kavanaugh, Philimon.
Publication 1764
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 364. Will pro. 10 Mar. 1764.
p. 366-367. Inv. & Appr. rec. Apr. 19, 1764.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

In the name of God Amen. I PHILIMAN KAVANAUGH being weak and low but of sound mind memory and calling to mind the mortality of men must die, I do therefore constitute and appoint this my last Will & Testament .. I render my soul to God who gave it & I desire my body may be desiently buried in a Christian like manner at the Discression of my Executors hereafter named. My will and desire is that one Moyaty of that land whereon my Brother CHARLES KAVANAUGH now lives be sold by my Executors & that my said Brother do make lawful) deed to the purchaser for the same & the other moyaty I give my right thereof to my said Brother .. Item I lend my loving wife ANN KANAVAUGH the land & plantation whereon I now live dureing her natural life or widowhood and at her Discease or day of Marriage do give the said land to my son BENJAMIN KAVANAUGH to him &his heirs. Item I lend all the residue of my Estate after paying all my just Debts to my dear wife Ann Kavanaugh for dureing her natural life or widowhood with the money from the sale of the abovementioned land be equally divided amongst all my Children. Item I constitute and appoint my loving Wife Ann Kavanaugh Executrix and my loving Friend WILLIAM WILLIAMS Executor of this my last Will and Testament In witness whereof .. this sixth day of February (faded) in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & sixty four.
Presence: CHARS. KAVANAUGH, Phil Kavanaugh
CHARLES YANCEY, ANN KAVANAUGH
At a Court held for the County of Culpeper on Friday the 16 day of March 1764
This last Will and Testament of Phil Kavanaugh Decd was exhibited to the court by Ann Kavanaugh & William Williams the Executors therein named & was proved by the oaths of Charles Yancey and Charles Kavanaugh witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Excors. Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having sworn to the some & given Bond & Security according to Law.
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1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 4; {Antient Press}:
Spotsylvania County Court: 7th of April 1730; Page 385
PHILLEMON CAVENAUGH returned FRANCIS SLAUGHTER, GEORGE HOME and BENJAMIN TAYLOR report of the proceedings of the valuation of the buildings works & Improvements &c. as required of his Son, CHARLES CAVENAUGHs Tract of four hundred acres of land in the Great Fork of RAPPAHANOCK RIVER in this County, and the said PHILLEMON CAVENAUGH made Oath that none of the said buildings &c. have been before valued in order to save any of the above said land, and at the said CAVENAUGHs motion the same was admitted to record 
Cavenaugh, Charles (I081397)
 
73120 Title Kavanaugh, Philimon.
Publication 1764
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 364. Will pro. 10 Mar. 1764.
p. 366-367. Inv. & Appr. rec. Apr. 19, 1764.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

In the name of God Amen. I PHILIMAN KAVANAUGH being weak and low but of sound mind memory and calling to mind the mortality of men must die, I do therefore constitute and appoint this my last Will & Testament .. I render my soul to God who gave it & I desire my body may be desiently buried in a Christian like manner at the Discression of my Executors hereafter named. My will and desire is that one Moyaty of that land whereon my Brother CHARLES KAVANAUGH now lives be sold by my Executors & that my said Brother do make lawful) deed to the purchaser for the same & the other moyaty I give my right thereof to my said Brother .. Item I lend my loving wife ANN KANAVAUGH the land & plantation whereon I now live dureing her natural life or widowhood and at her Discease or day of Marriage do give the said land to my son BENJAMIN KAVANAUGH to him &his heirs. Item I lend all the residue of my Estate after paying all my just Debts to my dear wife Ann Kavanaugh for dureing her natural life or widowhood with the money from the sale of the abovementioned land be equally divided amongst all my Children. Item I constitute and appoint my loving Wife Ann Kavanaugh Executrix and my loving Friend WILLIAM WILLIAMS Executor of this my last Will and Testament In witness whereof .. this sixth day of February (faded) in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & sixty four.
Presence: CHARS. KAVANAUGH, Phil Kavanaugh
CHARLES YANCEY, ANN KAVANAUGH
At a Court held for the County of Culpeper on Friday the 16 day of March 1764
This last Will and Testament of Phil Kavanaugh Decd was exhibited to the court by Ann Kavanaugh & William Williams the Executors therein named & was proved by the oaths of Charles Yancey and Charles Kavanaugh witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Excors. Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having sworn to the some & given Bond & Security according to Law. 
Cave, Anne (I115884)
 
73121 Title Kavanough, Philemon.
Publication 1752
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 68-69. Accounts rec. 29 Sept. 1752.
p. 78-79. Inv. of Sarah Covington, relict of Philemon Kavanaugh, part of estate rec. 17 Mar. 1753.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

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Children of Sarah Anne WILLIAMS and Philemon KAVANAUGH are:

i. Mildred Winifred KAVANAUGH was born 1713 in Virginia, and died 1797 in Culpeper County, Virginia. She married Lewis David YANCEY ABT 1730 in Virginia, son of Charles YANCEY and Mary LEIGHTON. He was born 1698 in New Kent County, Virginia, and died 1784 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
ii. Elizabeth KAVANAUGH was born 1714 in Virginia, and died AFT 1770. She married John CONNER 5 JUN 1734 in Virginia. He was born ABT 1715 in Virginia, and died 1787.
iii. Jael KAVANAUGH was born 1715 in Virginia, and died ABT 1740 in Virginia. She married Thomas COVINGTON ABT 1735 in Orange County, Virginia, son of William COVINGTON and Anne COLEMAN. He was born ABT 1715 in Virginia, and died 1767 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
iv. Charles KAVANAUGH was born ABT 1725 in Virginia, and died ABT 1796 in Madison County, Virginia. He married Anne COVINGTON ABT 1753 in Virginia, daughter of William COVINGTON and Anne COLEMAN.
v. Eleanor KAVANAUGH was born ABT 1728 in Virginia. She married Edward STUBBLEFIELD ABT 1748 in Virginia. He died ABT 1750 in Culpeper County, Virginia. She married Thomas BROWN ABT 1750 in Virginia. He died ABT 1758 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
vi. Elizabeth KAVANAUGH was born ABT 1730 in Virginia, and died 1767. She married Thomas COVINGTON ABT 1747 in Virginia, son of William COVINGTON and Anne COLEMAN. He was born ABT 1715 in Virginia, and died 1767 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
vii. Mary KAVANAUGH was born ABT 1735 in Virginia. She married Alex INGLIS ABT 1759 in Virginia.
viii. Philemon KAVANAUGH was born 1737 in Virginia, and died MAR 1764 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married Anne CAVE ABT 1755 in Virginia, daughter of Benjamin CAVE and Hannah BLEDSOE. She was born ABT 1734 in Virginia.
ix. Anna KAVANAUGH was born ABT 1740 in Virginia, and died 3 JUN 1810 in Kentucky. She married Adam WOODS 8 FEB 1770 in Virginia, son of William WOODS and Susannah WALLACE. He was born 12 AUG 1742 in Virginia, and died 4 AUG 1826 in Howard County, Missouri.
x. Sarah KAVANAUGH. She married Francis STROTHER.
xi. Williams KAVANAUGH was born 1744 in Virginia, and died AFT 1797 in Kentucky. He married Mary HARRISON BET 1765 AND 1775 in Virginia, daughter of Daniel HARRISON and Margaret CRAVENS. She was born 1 FEB 1743/44 in Virginia.


Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:

Sarah Williams married

1.Philemon Cavenaugh d.1744 Orange County, Virginia (Charles Cavenaugh son of Sarah and Philemon on 1704 rent roll Culpeper Co.)
2.Richard Covington on or before May 17, 1750 (Richard Covington 1764 rent roll Culpeper Co. , Virginia) http://www.melungeons.com/early_va/1764culpeprcountyrentrolls.htm
3.Thomas Marshall Abt. 1772 Culpeper County, Virginia. (Thomas Marshall bought land 1772 Culpeper Co.)
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Culpeper County, Virginia Will Book A; pg 78-79
Pursuant to an Order of Culpeper County Court bearing date the 17th day of May 1750 We he Subscribers have set aside SARAH COVINGTON's (wife of RICHARD COVINGTON) part of of the real and personal Estate of her former Husband PHILEMON KAVANAUGH decd as followeth (Vizt) .. items listed without value .. include three negroes .. made by appraisers FRANCIS SLAUGHTER, P. CLAYTON, W. GREEN
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Saturday the seventeenth March 1753
This Account of the Dower of Sarah Covington in the Estate of her late Husband PHILEMON KAVANAUGH decd was this date returned into Court and ordered to be recorded. 
Williams, Sarah Anne (I022746)
 
73122 Title Kilby, John.
Publication 1772
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 57-59. Will pro. 18 May 1772.
p. 59. Inv. & Appr. rec. June 15, 1772.
Note Will Book B, 1770-1783 (Reel 31) 
Kilby, John (I093697)
 
73123 Title Kirtley, Francis.
Publication 1763
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 313-315. Will pro. 17 Mar. 1763.
p. 326-327. Inv. & Appr. rec. Apr. 21, 1763.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

In the name of God Amen. I FRANCIS KIRTLEY being through ye abundant mercey of God in perfect health of body & mind & of perfect sence Blessed by God but calling to mind ye certainty of death & the uncertainty of life Do therefore constitute and appoint this to be my last Will and Testament and desire it may be received by all as such as I do utterly revoke all former Wills by me heretofore made. Imprimis I give my body to the Ground from whence it was taken .. & as formy Burial I desire it may be Decent without Pomp or State at the Discretion of my dear Wife & Executors hereafter named. item I give & bequeath to my dearly beloved Wife MARGARET KIRTLEY one negro girl named Suck to her & her heirs forever. !also lend my dearly beloved Wife during her life one negro fellow named Shaddock & an Negro Wench named Doll, one feather bed & fur niture. her choice, one chest ,two pots, two dishes, half a dozen plates, two bosons, one pail & piggin, two cows & calves her choice half a dozen sheep, one mare known by the name of Pleasure & side saddle, half dozen chairs, & the rents of the lands & plantations whereon JOHN MACARTIE & JOHN FORESTER now lives during her life & at her decease the land whereon John Macartie lives to fall to my son WILLIAM KIRTLEY & the said land whereon John Forester now lives to fall to my son JAMES KIRTLEY to them and their heirs forever & the remainder to be sold to the highest bidder & the money to be equally divided among my children, to wit, WILLIAM KIRTLEY, THOMAS KIRTLEY, FRANCIS KIRTLEY & JAMES KIRTLEY, SARAH COWHARD and MARY COLLINS.
Item I give and bequeath to my son William Kirtley the lott of land whereon John Macartie now lives lying below Farrows Run to him & his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Kirtley one hundred eighty acres of land joining the corner of JOHN DELANEY & JOSEPH BESSON from thence to the Mouth of Garths Run lying on the South side of Stanton River joining Stantons line & one bed & furniture his choice after my wife's choice.
Item I give and bequeath to my son JAMES KIRTLEY all the reversion of the tract of land whereon I • live together with two hundred acres of land that I bought of GEORGE HUME , one negro boy named George & one Negro girl named Winney to him & his heirs forever.
Item I give & bequeath to my daughter MARY COLLINS three hundred & ten acres of land lying on the Dranches of Conway joining Conways line to her and her heirs forever.
Item It is my desire that JONATHAN COWHARD shall keep the Plan & land whereon he now lives & quietly possess the same till the year one Thousand seven hundred & sixty eight for the Rent of his Plantation at Swift Run Gap which Rent is to be paid to JAMES KIRTLEY.
Item I leave all the remainder of my Estate, Land, Negroes, Goods & chattels to be sold to the highest bidder at Twelve months credit and the money thereby arising to discharge all my Just debts & the remainder to be Equally divided amongst my dear wife & children before named.
Lastly I constitute &appoint my beloved Wife Margaret Kirtley, William Kirtley, Thomas Kirtley, Francis Kirtley & James Kirtley Executors of this my last will and testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 22d day of November 1762.
Presence: JOHN HUME, Francis Kirtley
JONATHAN COWHARD, RICHARD GRIFFEN, BENJA. JAMES, JAMES COWHARD
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Thursday the llth day of March 1763
This last Will and Testament of Francis Kirtley Deed was exhibited to the Court by William Kirtley, Thomas Kirtley & Francis Kirtley three of the Executors therein named and was proved by the oaths of Richard Griffin, John Hume, Benjamin James & James Cowhard Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Executors Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having sworn to the same and give Bond and Security

pg 326-327: In Obedience to an order of Court to us directed we the Subscribers being first sworn have appraised the Estate of FRANCIS KIRTLEY as follows to wit: items listed and valued to total L 951„19„10 ( inventory includes 16 negroes appraised to L 653..0..0) made by appraisers WILLIAM WALKER, JAMES RUCKER and EPHRAIM RUCKER. April 21st 1763. Returned into Court and ordered to be recorded.
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Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A: Crozier
ROBERTS, JOHN, St. George's Parish, d. Sept. 10, 1724, p. Nov. 3, 1724. Wit. G. Lightfoot, John Brown, Matthew Bailey. Ex. son-in-law Francis Kirkley; son John Roberts. Leg. son John, land on Flatt Run joining Hack Norman; son Benjamin, land joining Roger Abbott; son George; daughter Mary Paten. (Page 9)
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1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; {Antient Press}:
Spotsylvania County Court 2d day of March 1724; Page 34
- On Petition of WILLIAM BAYLEY and MARY BAYLEY against FRANCIS KIRELEY, Exr of JOHN ROBERTS deced, for obtaining there Freedom which the sd KIRELEY denys them, Therefore ordered that the said FRANCIS KIRKLEY be summoned to the next Court to answer the said complaint
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1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; {Antient Press}:
Spotsylvania County Court 1st of June 1725; Page 54
- FRANCIS KIRKLEY appearing to answer the Complaint of WILLIAM BAYLEY and MARY BAYLEY for obtaining their Freedom, as he was Executor to JOHN ROBERTS deced produced an Indenture & pleaded likewise that they were bound to JOHN ROBERTS p STAFFORD COUNTY COURT to serve him till they were twenty four years of age, the Court haveing considered all arguements on each side & the Indenture, and how when Children they were carry'd to another County Court to be Judged unknown to their Father, are of oppinion they ought to be set free and accordingly order that said FRANCIS KIRKLEY do sett them free & pay the costs alias Exo. 
Kirtley, Francis (I066897)
 
73124 Title Kirtley, Francis.
Publication 1763
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 313-315. Will pro. 17 Mar. 1763.
p. 326-327. Inv. & Appr. rec. Apr. 21, 1763.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

In the name of God Amen. I FRANCIS KIRTLEY being through ye abundant mercey of God in perfect health of body & mind & of perfect sence Blessed by God but calling to mind ye certainty of death & the uncertainty of life Do therefore constitute and appoint this to be my last Will and Testament and desire it may be received by all as such as I do utterly revoke all former Wills by me heretofore made. Imprimis I give my body to the Ground from whence it was taken .. & as formy Burial I desire it may be Decent without Pomp or State at the Discretion of my dear Wife & Executors hereafter named. item I give & bequeath to my dearly beloved Wife MARGARET KIRTLEY one negro girl named Suck to her & her heirs forever. !also lend my dearly beloved Wife during her life one negro fellow named Shaddock & an Negro Wench named Doll, one feather bed & fur niture. her choice, one chest ,two pots, two dishes, half a dozen plates, two bosons, one pail & piggin, two cows & calves her choice half a dozen sheep, one mare known by the name of Pleasure & side saddle, half dozen chairs, & the rents of the lands & plantations whereon JOHN MACARTIE & JOHN FORESTER now lives during her life & at her decease the land whereon John Macartie lives to fall to my son WILLIAM KIRTLEY & the said land whereon John Forester now lives to fall to my son JAMES KIRTLEY to them and their heirs forever & the remainder to be sold to the highest bidder & the money to be equally divided among my children, to wit, WILLIAM KIRTLEY, THOMAS KIRTLEY, FRANCIS KIRTLEY & JAMES KIRTLEY, SARAH COWHARD and MARY COLLINS.
Item I give and bequeath to my son William Kirtley the lott of land whereon John Macartie now lives lying below Farrows Run to him & his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Kirtley one hundred eighty acres of land joining the corner of JOHN DELANEY & JOSEPH BESSON from thence to the Mouth of Garths Run lying on the South side of Stanton River joining Stantons line & one bed & furniture his choice after my wife's choice.
Item I give and bequeath to my son JAMES KIRTLEY all the reversion of the tract of land whereon I • live together with two hundred acres of land that I bought of GEORGE HUME , one negro boy named George & one Negro girl named Winney to him & his heirs forever.
Item I give & bequeath to my daughter MARY COLLINS three hundred & ten acres of land lying on the Dranches of Conway joining Conways line to her and her heirs forever.
Item It is my desire that JONATHAN COWHARD shall keep the Plan & land whereon he now lives & quietly possess the same till the year one Thousand seven hundred & sixty eight for the Rent of his Plantation at Swift Run Gap which Rent is to be paid to JAMES KIRTLEY.
Item I leave all the remainder of my Estate, Land, Negroes, Goods & chattels to be sold to the highest bidder at Twelve months credit and the money thereby arising to discharge all my Just debts & the remainder to be Equally divided amongst my dear wife & children before named.
Lastly I constitute &appoint my beloved Wife Margaret Kirtley, William Kirtley, Thomas Kirtley, Francis Kirtley & James Kirtley Executors of this my last will and testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 22d day of November 1762.
Presence: JOHN HUME, Francis Kirtley
JONATHAN COWHARD, RICHARD GRIFFEN, BENJA. JAMES, JAMES COWHARD
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Thursday the llth day of March 1763
This last Will and Testament of Francis Kirtley Deed was exhibited to the Court by William Kirtley, Thomas Kirtley & Francis Kirtley three of the Executors therein named and was proved by the oaths of Richard Griffin, John Hume, Benjamin James & James Cowhard Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Executors Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having sworn to the same and give Bond and Security 
Collins, James (I066990)
 
73125 Title Kirtley, Margaret.
Publication 1781
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 413-414. Will pro. 20 Mar. 1781.
p. 428. Appr. rec. Aug. 20, 1781.
Note Will Book B, 1770-1783 (Reel 31) 
Roberts, Margaret (I066896)
 
73126 Title Knighton [Knigton], Henry.
Publication 1680.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 233. Exors. bond rec. 24 Aug. 1680.
p. 242. Will pro. 24 Aug. 1680.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 6], 1677-1684 (Reel 3a)
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In the name of God amen. I Henry Knighton of York County ? .
I will that my debts and funeral charges be payd and discharged. Item. Then I will and bequeath unto my loving wife Joan Knighton all my personal estate, goods & chattels when I do make full and sole executrix of this my last will and testament which I do give to her and her heirs forever and I do hereby revoke and annul and do void all former wills and testaments by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I have my hand and seal this 23 day of April anno dominy 1679.
Witness: Henry Knighton LS
James Cooper
John Jameson

Sworn to in court 24th Aug. 1680 and recorded. 
Knighton, Henry (I036335)
 
73127 Title Lampkin, Chattin.
Publication 1789
Gen. note Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Note p. 423-424. Inv. & Appr. rec. 6 July 1789.
Note Will Book G, 1778-1791 (Reel 18)
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Duncans in Fauquier Co. VA Deed Records
... 195: 17 Sept. 1764, William Obanion (signed Obannon) of Hamilton ... 70 acres, land from William OBanion. (both signed). Wit. Chattin Lamkin ...

2-473: 1 June 1765, Joseph Duncan and wife Caty of Hamilton Parish, to Martin Pickett of same, for £15, 70 acres, land from William OBanion. (both signed). Wit. Chattin Lamkin, Francis Cottrell, William Blackwell, Joseph Williams. (FHL film 31,583)
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http://www.newenglandancestors.org/database_search/gen_lamkins.asp?f=resea rch%5Cdatabase%5Cgenealogies%5CLamkins%5Ccontent%5Clamkin04_52.htm

Chattin was on the list of Capt. Edmonds Company of the Fauquier County Militia on 25 September 1761 and was a veteran of the French and Indian War.[[1]] He was appointed constable of Fauquier County at the February court in 1765.[[1]]

Chattin Lamkin was on the Virginia tax list for Fauquier County in 1782, with one poll and no slaves.[[1]] While there are numerous court records pertaining to Chattin, there is no record that he and Betty had any children. 
Lamkin, Chattin (I068556)
 
73128 Title Latham, Robert, orphan of John Latham dec’d.
Publication 1751, 1752, 1753, 1754
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 49-50. Guardian’s accounts rec. 15 Aug. 1751.
p. 107-108. Guardian’s accounts rec. Sept. 19, 1754.
p. 67. Guardian’s accounts rec. 28 Sept. 1752.
p. 86. Guardian’s accounts rec. 21 Sept. 1753.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)
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Title Latham, John.
Publication 1755
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 128-131. Accounts rec. Sept. 20, 1755.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31
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Title Lathan, Joseph, orphan of John Latham.
Publication 1756, 1757, 1758, 1759
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 134-135. Guardian’s accounts rec. Aug. 20, 1756.
p. 199. Guardians accounts rec. Aug. 16, 1759.
p. 158. Guardian’s accounts rec. 18 Aug. 1757.
p. 178. Guardian’s accounts rec. Aug. 17, 1758.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 17)

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SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY DEED BOOK B, 1729-1730; Antient Press; Page 441,
Spotsylvania County Deed Book A 3rd March 1729/30
-This Indenture made the second day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty nine by and between THOMAS GUY of King and Queen County of the one part and JOHN LATHAM of the County of Caroline of the other part. Witnesseth that the said THOMAS GUY for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings current money to him in hand paid by the said JOHN LATHAM before the sealing and delivery hereof the receipt whereof he the said THOMAS GUY doth hereby acknowledge hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said JOHN LATHAM one thousand acres of land lying and being in St. George Parish in Spotsylvania County and in the fork of Rappahnock River and bounded as followeth [to wit] Beginning at three white oaks standing on the upper side of Muddy Run being corner likewise to the said JOHN LATHAM thence north twenty degrees west three hundred and eight poles to three red oaks thence north ten degrees east one hundred poles to two white oaks in a line of the said LATHAM thence north eighty five degrees west three hundred and twenty poles to three white oaks thence south two hundred and fifty poles to a white and red oak thence west eighty poles to two red oaks thence south three hundred poles to four white oaks by Muddy Run side thence down the run the several courses to the beginning and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders of the same and of every part thereof together with the rents and profits of the premises and of every part and parcel thereof to have and to hold the said seat or tract of land and premises with all the appurtenances to the said JOHN LATHAM his heirs Exrs. Admrs. and assigns from the day of the date hereof for and during the full end and term of one whole year from thence next ensuing and fully to be compleated and ended yielding and paying therefore the rent of one ear of Indian Corn at the feast of St. Michael the Archangel only if the same be lawfully demanded to the end intent and purpose that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for Transferring uses into possessions the said JOHN LAHAM may be in the actual possession of the premises and be enabled to accept agrant and release of the reversion and Inheritance of the same for him the said JOHN LATHAM his heirs and assigns for ever. In Witness whereof the
said THOMAS GUY hath set his hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of
ZACHARY TAYLOR THOMAS GUY [seal]
WILLIAM TERRELL, WILLIAM RICHASON
At a Court held for Spotsylvania County March the 3rd Anno Dom. 1729/30. THOMAS GUY acknowledged this his Deed of Lease for Land unto JOHN LATHAM at whose motion the same was admitted to record.
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SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY DEED BOOK B, 1729-1730; Antient Press; Page 3,
Spotsylvania County Deed Book A 3rd March 1729/30
JOHN LATHAM acknowledged this his deed of Release for Land unto JOHN CHAPMAN and SUSANAH LATHAM wife of the said JOHN [after being privately examined) acknowledged her Right of Dower of the said Land unto the said CHAPMAN at whose motion the same was admitted to record. Test JOHN WALLER, Clk. Crt.
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URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=400&last=&g_p=P12&c ollection=LO Patent
Title Sebrell, Susana.
Publication 24 June 1726.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Sabrell.
Note Location: Spotsylvania County.
Description: 1000 acres in the fork of Rappahannock River. Beginning and extending on the upper side of Muddy Run being a corner to John Latham.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 12, 1724-1726, p. 400 (Reel 11).
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URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=401&last=&g_p=P12&c ollection=LO Patent
Title Latham, John.
Publication 24 June 1726.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Lathim.
Note Location: Spotsylvania County.
Description: 1000 acres in the fork of Rappahannock River, beginning and extending by the river side, thence and extending by Muddy Run side.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 12, 1724-1726, p. 401 (Reel 11).
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URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=119&last=&g_p=P16&c ollection=LO Patent
Title Latham, John.
Publication 9 August 1735.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Lathim.
Note Location: Orange County.
Description: 600 acres adjoining Francis Thorntons Shirrive Moor Tract.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 16, 1735, p. 119 (Reel 14).
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URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=97&last=&g_p=GG&col lection=NN Grant
Title Trivack, Robert.
Publication 22 July 1748.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Orange County.
Description: 400 acres in the Great Fork of Rappahannock, beginning on the south side the Hazel River corner to a tract granted to John Latham.
Source: Northern Neck Grants G, p. 97 (Reel 292).
Original survey exists. 
Latham, John (I048377)
 
73129 Title Lilliard [Lillard], Martha.
Publication 1734
Gen. note Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Note p. 19-20. Will rec. 20 Feb. 1734.
p. 20-21. Exors bond rec. 20 Feb. 1734.
p. 27-28. Inv. & Appr. rec. 20 Mch. 1734.
Note Will Book C, 1734-1744 (Reel 18)


will mentions
son Marcellus Littlejohn estate at 21yrs
dau Mary Littlejohn estate at 18yrs or marriage
dau Sarah Lillard
Sister Mary Bosman
Thomas Bosman exec and guardian
Wit John Furguson, John Hargford, Francis Coffer
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LAND RECORDS Of LONG STANDING -99-

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Contributed by: James Hughes

GenealogyLibrary.com: Abstracts of Wills in Fairfax County, Virginia , Page 11
Note:
BOZMAN, Mary.

4 Jan. 1754. No date of probate.

Legatees: Elizabeth Key (sister), Mary Love (dau. of Thomas Love), Charles Love (son of Thomas Love), Anne Love (sister). Sarah Hays, Martha Bozman, Betty Bozman (children of husband).
Exrs: Thomas Love and David Piper.
Wit: John Farguson, William Hays and John Hays. 
Key, Mary (I078234)
 
73130 Title Lilliard [Lillard], Martha.
Publication 1734
Gen. note Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Note p. 19-20. Will rec. 20 Feb. 1734.
p. 20-21. Exors bond rec. 20 Feb. 1734.
p. 27-28. Inv. & Appr. rec. 20 Mch. 1734.
Note Will Book C, 1734-1744 (Reel 18)


will mentions
son Marcellus Littlejohn estate at 21yrs
dau Mary Littlejohn estate at 18yrs or marriage
dau Sarah Lillard
Sister Mary Bosman
Thomas Bosman exec and guardian
Wit John Furguson, John Hargford, Francis Coffer 
Key, Martha (I078236)
 
73131 Title Lines, Robert.
Publication 1749
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 9-10. Will pro. 15 Feb. 1749.
p. 17-18. Inv. & Appr. rec. 17 May 1750.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)
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Culpeper County Virginia Will Book A; pg 9-10
In the Name of God Amen the 16th day of January 1749 I ROBERT LINES of Culpeper Countey being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory make this my last Will and Testament and first of all I give and recommend my Sole into the Hands of God that gave it me and as for my Bodey I recommend to the Earth to be deasently burryed.
Item my will is that my Daughter ELIZABETH HOWELL shall have one cow called Star and her yearling and two pewter basens one of the best and one of the worst and no more of my Estate
Item I give to my Daugnter JEMIMA GARRAT one shilling and no more.
Item I give to my Daughter MARY CARTER one shilling and no more.
Item I give to my Son ROBERT FOOLE my lot where I now live.
Item I give to my Son JOHN FOOLE one black mayer named Blase and my gun.
I give to my Daughter SARAH Foole four pounds Ten shillings in BRUMLFIELD LONGS hands ur the mayer again that I sold him if she lick es to back her again
Item I give all the remainder of my Estate not before mentioned to be Equaly devided between my loving wife MARGRET LINES and my three children Robert Foole, Sarah Foole and John Foole after my debts and funeral expenses is payed I do apoynt my Son Robert Foole and my Daughter Sarah Foole my Executors of this my last Will and Testament
Test GEORGE DCGGETT, Robert Lines
JAME RAYNS
Brought over, further my will is if my thre children cannot inherit what i have left them by the name of Foole my will is that they inheret by the name of Lines per me.
Test George Doggett, James Rains Robert Lines
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Thursday the 15th day of February 1749
This Last Will and Testament of Robert Lines was proved by the oath of George Doggett a witness thereto And at a Court held for the sd County on Friday the 16th day of March 1749 the said Will was sworn to by the Executor ROBERT FOLEY therein named and ordered to be recorded and certificate is granted to the said Robert Foley for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form, Elizabeth Howell, Jemima Garret and Mary Carter Coheirs at Law of the Decedent appear d in Court and declarec severally that they had no legal objections to the validity of this Will. 
Lyne, Robert (I080954)
 
73132 Title LinkThornton, Reubin.
Publication 1792
Gen. note Part of index to Halifax County Wills and Administrations (1753 - 1800)
Note p. 502. Inv. & Appr. rec. 24 Apr. 1792.
Note Will Book No. 2, 1783-1792 (Reel 36) 
Thornton, Reuben (I050602)
 
73133 Title Long, Benjamin.
Publication 1774
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 139-140. Inv. & Appr. rec. Nov. 21, 1774.
Note Will Book B, 1770-1783 (Reel 31)
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URL: http://www.historiccourtrecords.org/courtrecordsearch.asp?query1=marshall% 2C+thomas&process=newsearch&B1=Search
URL title: Fredericksburg Court Record Search
Note:
Court Record Data
Context Extract
Defendant Benjamin Long; Thomas Mitchell
Locality Culpeper Co.
Plaintiff Thomas Marshall (assignee of Robert Pollard)
Administrative Information
Record title Marshall vs Long
Year recorded 1794
Collection CR-DC-L
Record ID 388-84
End Notes
Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee 
Long, Benjamin (I033242)
 
73134 Title Long, Bloomfield.
Publication 1763.
Gen. note Part of index to Spotsylvania County Wills and Administrations (1722-1800)
Note p. 47a. Will pro. 1 Aug. 1763.
Note Will Book D, 1761-1772 (Reel 27)
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Title Long, Bloomfield.
Publication 1763
Gen. note Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Note Will - 1763
Note Spotsylvania Co. Will Book D, 1761-1772, p. 47 
Long, Brumfield (I033266)
 
73135 Title Long, Ruebin.
Publication 1792
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 52-54. Will pro. 18 June 1792.
p. 72-73. Inv. & Appr. rec. 15 Oct. 1792.
Note Will Book D, 1791-1803 (Reel 32)
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GEORGE, JANE, Spotsylvania Co., widow of Robert George, decd. of Caroline Co. Va., d. Sept. 27, 1774, p. Oct. 19, 1775. Wit. J. Lewis, Z. Lewis. Ex. Lewis Shackleford and John Shackleford. Leg. Mary Lewis, my brother Zachary Lewis's widow, and Mary Littlepage, daughter of Betty Halloday. The children of my sister, Elizabeth Shackleford, viz: Lewis Shackleford, Mary Payton, John Shackleford and Zachary Shackleford. Mentions Rueben Long of Caroline Co. (Page 133) 
Long, Reuben (I067802)
 
73136 Title Manley, John.
Publication 1734-1735
Gen. note Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Note p. 21. Inv. rec. 20 Feb. 1734-1735
Note Will Book C, 1734-1744 (Reel 18)
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Prince William County, Virginia Will Book Liber C, 1734-1744; John Fredrick Dorman pg 22:
Inventory of the estate of John Manley, made pursuant to order 20 Nov 1734.
Total Valuation £ 60.15.0
Appraisers set apart that part of the personal estate belonging to John Manley in the hands of Richard Osborn, Gent., as appeared by the inventory of his deceased father's estate t obe his due 22 Nov 1734: Thomas Lewis
John Minor
John Sturman
Sworn before Lee Barker
20Feb1734. Ret. and OR
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Tom Hamm 2008-09-06 15:13:37
Restitute Whetstone was a daughter of John Whetstone, by Restitute, the daughter of Major John Hallowes and Restitute Tew, his wife, sister of John Tew, one of the justices of Westmoreland County, who married Grace, widow of Major Thomas Baldridge. Restitute Whetstone married (1) Matthew Steele; (2), about 1679, John Manly, and had William Manly, born in June, 1686. In 1712 he is mentioned as having married Penelope, daughter of John Higgins, and sister to John Elliot's wife. Westmoreland County Record. William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 3. (Jan., 1907, pp. 33-49.

30 Jan 1687: Restitute Manley made her will leaving her estate to her three sons, Charles Steele, John Manley and William Manley. Charles Steele died before coming of age, and having no issue, John Manley entered into possession of the estate. Historical Atlas of Westmoreland County, VA by Eaton, pg 22.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 2; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 13-15
ARTHUR HAMILTON of Liverpoole in the County of Lancaster, Merchant and ISAAC GREENE of Liverpoole aforesaid, Gentlemen, and WILLIAM HUSON of Liverpoole aforesaid (Clerks to the said ISAAC GREENE), jointly and severally make Oath that they were present when SAMUELL HALLOWS Esquire in the paper writeing hereunto annexed mentioned did signe seale and as his act and deed deliver the said paper writeing hereunto annexed bearing date the Seventh day of July now last past to impower HENRY FITZHUGH Esquire and DANIELL JENINGS, his true and lawfull Attorneys for the acknowledging the severall Indentures of Lease and Release therein mentioned; And say that the SAML: HALLOWS subscribed to the said annexed paper writeing is the proper hand writeing of the sd, SAMUELL HALLOWS and that the names ARTHUR HAMILTON, ISAAC GREENE and WILL: HUSON subscribed as witnesses to attest the execution thereof are the proper hand writeings of them these Deponents respectively.
(Attestation in French clued 5th day of August
signed by RICHD; GILDART ARTH: HAMILTON
ISAAC GREENE WILL: HUSON
TO ALL PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come, SAMUELL HALLOWS of Ashworth in the County of Lancaster, Esquire sendeth Greeting. Whereas by Indentures of Lease and Release, the Lease bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents and the Release beareing a like date with these presents and both made betweene SAMUELL HALLOWS of the one part and THOMAS LEE of POTOMACK in the County of Westmorland in the Colony of Virginia Esquire of the other part; SAMUELL HALLOWS for the consideration therein mentioned hath sufficiently conveyed unto THOMAS LEE his heirs that parcel! of land with appurtenances belonging to SAMUEL HALLOWS scituate on POTOMACK RIVER in Parish of Cople and County of Westmoreland consisting of about two thousand and four hundred acres of land plantable and two hundred and sixty acres of Marsh be the same more or lesse being now divided into severall plantation; together with all other lands marshes houses and appurtenances which premises heretofore pattented by Major JOHN HALLOWS, late of Virginia, deceased, and descend to his Daughter, RESTITUTE, and were lately recovered by SAMUEL HALLOWS from the heirs of JOHN MANLEY, deceased, and are now in the possession of SAMUELL HALLOWS; Know yee that SAMUEL HALLOWS for the better compleating and perfecting of said conveyance hath and by these presents doth appoint HENRY FITZHUGH Esquire and DANIELL JENINGS his ture and lawful! Attorneys jointly or either of them severally in any Court in the County of Westmorland or elsewhere in the Colony of Virginia and there acknowledge in due form in the name of SAMUELL HALLOWS the Indentures of Lease and Release according to the Laws or Custome of the County or Colony; In Witness whereof SAMUELL HALLOWS hath hereto putt his hand and seale the seventh day of July in the sixth yeare of the Reigne of our most gracious Lord George the Second of Great Brittain France and Ireland, King Defender of the faith and in the yeare of our Lord 1732
Sealed and Delivered by the above named SAMUELL HALLOWS
in the presence of us ARTH: HAMILTON SAM: HALLOWS
ISAAC GREENE, WILL; HUSON
Westmorld, ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 27th day of March 1733, NATHANIEL MILBY and WILLIAM MARGRISSON two of the witnesses to the attestation under the hand of RICHARD GILDART, Esqr., Mayor of the Borough of Leverpoole in the Kingdom of Great Brittain and Seale of Office hereto annexed, came into this Court and made Oath that they did see ARTHUR HAMILTON, ISAAC GREENE and WILLIAM HUSON sign the Certificate hereto also annexed and make Oath thereto before the said Mayor of their seeing SAMUELL HALLOWS of Acworth in the County of Lancaster in the Kingdom of Great Brittain aforesaid, Esqr., sign and seal and as his proper act and deed deliver the said Power of Attorney thereby constituting and impowering HENRY FITZHUGH, Esqr. and DANIEL JENINGS or either of them to acknowledge in due form in the name place and stead of the said SAMUELL HALLOWS certain Deeds of Lease and Release of
Lands in the Parish of Cople in this County, by the said Deeds sold and conveyed by him to THOMAS LEE. of the County of Westmorland, Esqr., which power of Attorney and proof And for the better attestation of the Caption of the above affidavit, the above named RICHARD GILDART, Esquire, Major of the Burrough and Corporation of Liverpoole hath hereunto subscribed his name and affixed his Seale of Office the day and yeare left above mentioned GILDART
Mayr: de Liverpoole 
Manley, John (I061226)
 
73137 Title Markham, William.
Publication 1734, 1736
Gen. note Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Note p. 78. Inv. & Appr. rec. 18 Sep. 1734.
p. 85-86. Accounts rec. 19 May 1736.
Note Will Book C, 1734-1744 (Reel 18)
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Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744 by John Frederick Dorman: pg 7-8:
Inventory of Wm Markham, dec. made in obedience to order of 21Aug1734.
total valuation £37.4.0.
Appraisers, Thomas Ashbe, Ralph Huse, John Hardin
Elizabeth Markham extx., signed the inventory. 18 Sept 1734. Elizabeth Markham, executrix of Willliam Marham Decd.,returned this inventory and appraisement which was OR.
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Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744 by John Frederick Dorman: pg 19 & 20:
pages 85-86 the Estate of William Markham, dec. Account
To William Burces [?] Judgement
To Mr. Hugh French per account proved
To Thomas Mountjoy per Debt proved
To James Mousely per Acct proved
To William Rout per Do proved
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=++john+ +++markham++&db=online&areas=13&head=online&category=people%2Csurnames%2Cm &words=&first=john&last=markham&cmd=context&id=37c2352924#hit1
URL title: The Marshall Family , Page 13
Note:
In 1732 William Markham, of Hamilton Parish, Prince William County, conveys 126 acres on Mattox Creek, to John Price
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James Hughes 2005-09-01 11:18:00
Cary-Estes Genealogy , Page 119

CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

Order Book No. 1, 1732-1740:

Abraham Estes, member of Jury, John Pearson vs. William Markham, pages 191-193 and 226.

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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=county% 2C+virginia+william+markham&db=online&areas=10&head=online&booknum=&catego ry=&words=county%2C+virginia&first=william&last=markham&cmd=context&id=37c 1c89415#hit1
URL title: Cary-Estes Genealogy , Page 119
Note:
CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Order Book No. 1, 1732-1740:
Abraham Estes, member of Jury, John Pearson vs. William Markham, pages 191-193 and 226.
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Nell Marion Nugent, comp., Cavaliers and Pioneers - Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, Volume Two: 1666 - 1695 (Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1977), p. 191, cites Patent Book No. 6.

Wills of Westmoreland County Virginia 1654-1800
Augusta B FOTHERGILL
Appeals Press @1925
Lewis mentioned a son named William in his will
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=+%22wil l++of++abraham++estes%22+&db=online&areas=10&head=online&words=%22will+of+ abraham+estes%22&first=&last=&cmd=context&id=37c1c89415#hit1
URL title: Cary-Estes Genealogy , Page 119
Note:
Abraham Estes, member of Jury, John Pearson vs. William Markham, pages 191-193 and 226. (1743 Caroline County, VA)
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
Among others listed is William Markham.

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=663&last=&g_p=P6&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Jones, David.
Publication 29 December 1677.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Joanes.
Note Location: Stafford County.
Grantee(s): Jones, Cadwallader and Jones, David.
Description: 14.114 acres.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 663 (Reel 6).


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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 172-173
THIS INDENTURE made the Nineteenth day of April in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Brittain, France & Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c. and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty two; Between WILLIAM MARKHAM of the Parish of Hamilton in the County of PRINCE WILLIAM of one part and JOHN PRICE of Washinton Parish in County of Westmorland of the other part; Witnesseth that WILLIAM MARKHAM in consideration of five shillings current money to him in hand paid by JOHN PRICE, the Receipt whereof WILLIAM MARKHAM doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JOHN PRICE all that tract of land lying on the lower side of MADDOX CREEK where BRICE HICKES now Dwells, and adjoyning to the land of RICHARD BROWN, containing by estimation One hundred and Twenty six acres, be the same more or less, together with all advantages and appurtenances to the land and premises belonging; To have and to hold the land and other the premises with appurtenances unto JOHN PRICE his heirs during the term of one whole year paying therefor the Rent of one Ear of Indian Corn on the Birth Day of our Lord God next insuing, if lawfully demanded, to the intent that by virtue of these presents and by force of the Statute for transferring uses into possession, JOHN PRICE may be in the actuall possession of the premises and thereby enabled to accept a grant and release of the inheritance thereof; In Witness whereof the said WILLIAM MARKHAM hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written
Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
BENGEMEN ACAS WM: MARKHAM
WILLIAM HUNTLE,
YOUEL BARKER
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31th day of May 1732
BENJAMIN ACAS, WILLIAM HUNTLE & YOUELL BARKER, three witnesses to this Deed of Lease of Land passed by WILLIAM MARKHAM of PRINCE WILLIAM County to JOHN PRICE of this County in open Court proved the sd. Deed to be the proper Act & deed of the sd. MARKHAM, which at the instance of the sd. PRICE is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Twentieth day of June 1732, pr. G. T., C, C. W.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1734-1736 {Antient Press}: pp 260
In Obedience to an Order of Westmorland County Court bearing date the 29th a day of May last past made in a suit there depending between JOHN PRICE, Plt. and PETER BASHAW, Deft., we the Subscribers being a Jury summoned by the Sheriff & sworn before JAMES HORE, Gent., and in Company with JAMES THOMAS, Surveyor of the said County, proceeded to Survy and lay out the lands in difference accoring to the said Order of Court and do report as follows. We find a Patent bearing date the fifteenth day of September 1651 by which two hundred acres of Land are granted unto THOMAS BLAGG; We find that RICHARD BROWN and THOMAS TYRWHIT were afterwards, to wit, the eighth day of March 1668, seised in fee of the said premises. We find a Deed bearing date the said Eighth day of March 1668 purporting to be a division or partition of the said two hundred acres of land between the said BROWN and TYRWHIT. We find a Deed bearing date the ninth day of February 1697 by which one hundred acres of land, part of the said two hundred acres of Land are granted unto LEWIS MARKHAM as escheated from the said THOMAS TYRWHIT, that the said LEWIS MARKHAM entered into the said Land & was thereof seised in fee died so seised, that after the death of the said LEWIS MARKHAM. WILLIAM MARKHAM as Son & heir of the said LEWIS entered into the said One hundred acres of Land & was thereof seised and being so seised by Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date the nineteenth and twentieth days of April 1732 granted & conveyed the said one hundred acres of land unto JOHN PRICE, the Pit., at the request of the Pit. we began to survey the said one hundred acres of land begining ((the bounds and distances are repeated as above).
Then JOHN WILLIAMS aged sixty four years being sworn deposed that near the aforesaid Stake there formerly stood a white Oak which forty years ago was reported among the neighbours to be the begining of the dividing line between the lands now in the possession of the Plt. and one BROWN and has after heard LEWIS MARKHAM & JOHN BROWN say so and never heard the same was contested; That about twenty one years ago, he was one of the Chain Carriers at a Survey made by Mr. THOMPSON, that he begun at the aforesaid Stake and run to the aforesaid Stump by the West side or near the same and run in the same courses (the remainder of this line is blurred on the film) to the aforesaid Oak by BLAGGs Beaverdams, the same course we now run that MRS. MARKHAM, then the Widow of LEWIS MARKHAM, the said & JOHN BROWN were both present at the said Survey but that Mr. CULLOM under whom the Deft. claims or any for him was not to the Deponts. knowledge that he never knew or heard of any other survey made by Mr. MARKHAM or his Widow than that made by THOMPSON, That he once saw the aforesaid lines run at the Plts. request processioned and has heard they have been twice processioned besides;
JAMES LEGG aged forty seven years being sworn deposed that he was one of the Chain Carriers of the aforesaid Survey made by Mr. THOMPSON who run the same courses and never heard of any other Survey mde by Mr. MARKHAM or his Wife.
FRANCIS JAMES aged fifty six years being sworn deposed that about eighteen years ago he was a processioner and processioned the lines now run at the Pits. request from the Stake to the Stump by the road as the lines of JOHN BROWN's land
JOHN STEELE aged sixty one years being sworn deposed that above twenty years ago at the request of JOHN BROWN he with one WILLIAM BROWN, measured with a drum line for the length of JOHN BROWN's dividing line, he cannot remember whether the line was run straight or not but no compass was made use of, that they marked the said line they measured but there were no marked trees there before.
Then the Defendant produced to us a Copy of a Survey made by Mr. THOMPSON for Mr. MARKHAM bearing date the sixth day of March 1713, which the Plt. objected and JOHN STEEL deposed that a place now the mouth of the said Branch was called ARRINGTONS LANDING forty years ago and that one ARRINGTON was in possession of the Defts. Land
FRANCIS JAMES deposed that he has known the aforesaid Landing thirty years, that during all that time it has been called ARRINGTONS LANDING and is reputed to be his land; That the aforesaid Swamp or Branch near the said Landing has been reputed the division of the lands now in possession of the Plt. and of that now in possession of the Defendant near forty years; that he never knew or heard LEWIS MARKHAM claimed any further then the said Branch; that about twenty years ago the Widow of the said MARKHAM pretended to take up some vast land but the same was generally reputed among the neighbours to belong to MARK CULLOM, JOHN FINCH aged sixty two years being sworn deposed that he has known the land in the Defendants possession over forty years; that when he first know it the same belonging to one ARRINGTON, afterwards to one LAMBEY, and after that to MARK CULLOM of whom the Defendant purchased, that he never knew or heard that LEWIS MARKHAM claimed any further then the Branch; that about ten or twelve years ago JOHN BROWN told him that Branch was the division between MARKHAMs & COLLOMs Land; And if upon the whole matter the Law is for the Plt. we find for him one shilling damage if not we find for the Defendant; Witness our hands and seals the two & twentieth day of June 1734
ANDREW MONROE SR., foreman MATTHEW BEANS JOHN WHITE
RICHARD ARROWSMITH GEORGE HAILES WILLIAM WOOFENDALL
JOHN PIPER ROBERT LOVELL WILLIAM GOARING
BARRD: WISE JOHN JETT CALEB BUTLER
Westmorland ss. At a Court continued and held for the said County the 28th data May 1735. In the Trial of the Ejectione Forme between William Thrustout, Plaintiff and PETER BASHAW, Defendant, for Lands and appurtenances in the Parish of Washington in the County of Westmorland, which JOHN PRICE demised to the Plt. for a term &c,, This Report of the Jury in the said Cause is admitted to Record
Test G, TURBERVILE, C.C.W.
Recorded the 13th day of June 1735, pr. G.T. C. C. W.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 12; 1753-1756 {Antient Press}: pp 5-8
THIS INDENTURE mde the 23d day of June in the twenty seventh year of the Reign of our Sovereign, Lord George the Second, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith, &c. And in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty three; Between JOHN MARKHAM of PRINCE WILLIAM County, Gent., of one part and WILLIAM PRICE of Westmorland County, Gent., of other part; Whereas WILLIAM MARKHAM of County of PRINCE WILLIAM, Gent., deceased, Father to the said JOHN MARKHAM, did sell reconvey to JOHN PRICE, late of the County of Westmorland, Gent., deceased, Father to said WILLIAM PRICE, a certain parcel of land lying in Parish of Washington and County of Westmorland (and now in the tenor and occupation of WILLIAM, the Son, and party to these presents), containing by estimation one hundred twenty six acres be the same more or less as by Deeds of Lease and Release (the Lease bearing date the nineteenth day of April one thousand seven hundred and thirty two, the Release the day next after), remaining of Record in the Office of the County Court of Westmorland recourse being had thereto will more fully appear; and WILLIAM MARKHAM, the Father, being dead, and JOHN MARKHAM party to
these presents mocxxxx)ocx setting up a Title to the land is willing and desirous xlcxxxx confirm and secure =moo= xxxxmoomocxxxx monocomococxx xxxxxxxxxmocxxx presents aforesaid. NOW THIS INDENTURE Witnesseth that JOHN MARKHAM in consideration of the sum of ten pounds, two shillings current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by WILLIAM PRICE, the receipt whereof he doth acknowledge, bath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto WILLIAM PRICE the aforesaid one hundred twenty six acres of land lying in Parish and County of Westmorland and all houses orchards profits and appurtenances to the same belonging; To have and to hold the parcel of xxxxxxxxxx other the premises and every of their appurtenances unto said WILLIAM xxxxxxn[xx In Witness whereof the parties ( presents have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year above written
Sealed and delivered in presence of
R. VAULX, J. MARKHAM
Received the 23 day of June one thousand seven hundred and fifty three of WILLIAM PRICE the sum of ten pounds, two shillings currt. money of Virginia being the consideration within mentioned to be by him paid to me
Witness R. VAULX, J. MARKHAM
SAML: JOHNSON
JOHN HIGDON
Memorandum; That this 23d day of June one thousand seven hundred and fifty three peaceable and quiet possession and seizen of the parcel of land and all other the premises in the Deed contained was delivered by JOHN MARKHAM to WILLIAM PRICE according to the form and effect of this Deed, in the presence of those whose names are hereunto subscribed
(no witnesses recorded) J. MARKHAM
Westmorland Sct. At a Court held for the said County the 26th day of June Anno Dom. 1753, This Deed of Feoffinent of land together with the receipt thereon endorsed XXXXXXXXXX passed from JOHN MARKHAM to WILLIAM PRICE was proved by the Oaths of R. VAULX, SAMUEL JOHNSON and JOHN HIGDON, the witnesses thereto, and on mocon of the said PRICE is admitted to Record
Recorded the 3d day of Test GEORGE LEE, C. C. W.
July 1753. per G. L., C. C. W.. 
Markham, William (I025167)
 
73138 Title Marks, John.
Publication 1759
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 196-198. Inv. & Appr. rec. 19 June 1759.
p. 221-223. Accounts rec. May 15, 1760.
p. 195-196. Will pro. 17 May 1759.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31) 
Marks, John (I080981)
 
73139 Title Marshall, Thomas.
Publication 1794
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 136-137. Will pro. 15 Sept. 1794.
p. 145-146. Inv. & Appr. rec. 16 Feb. 1795.
Note Will Book D, 1791-1803 (Reel 32)
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Subject: Re: [MARSHALL] Earliest Marshall Ancestor

The earliest Marshall that I know about is a Thomas Marshall. His will is dated 1793 and probated 1794 in Culpeper County, Virginia. I've searched for years to find who his parents were and where and when he was born but can find nothing beyond his will. I would appreciate any information. I am a descendant through his daughter Elizabeth who married Zachariah Petty.

Could it be that the Thomas Marshall who married Susannah Smoot returned to Culpeper County Virginia? I have a Thomas Marshalls will dated 1793 and in the will names his wife as "Zannah".

Jeanne
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Orange County Virginia Families vol 3 , Page 145
Note:
Thomas Marshall left a Will at Culpeper May 3, 1793, naming wife Zanna and children, John, Elizabeth Petty, Mary Davenport, Lucy Ropon or Ripon, Thomas and Sarah. John Marshall, son of Thomas and Zanna was the John who sold 11 acres to Thomas Sims, Jr., July 21, 1800.
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James Hughes 2005-12-27 17:57:10
Title Marshall, Thomas.
Publication 1794
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 136-137. Will pro. 15 Sept. 1794.
p. 145-146. Inv. & Appr. rec. 16 Feb. 1795.
Will Book D, 1791-1803 (Reel 32)
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URL: http://www.historiccourtrecords.org/courtrecordsearch.asp?query1=marshall% 2C+thomas&process=newsearch&B1=Search
URL title: Fredericksburg Court Record Search
Note:
Court Record Data
Context Extract
Defendant Benjamin Long; Thomas Mitchell
Locality Culpeper Co.
Plaintiff Thomas Marshall (assignee of Robert Pollard)
Administrative Information
Record title Marshall vs Long
Year recorded 1794
Collection CR-DC-L
Record ID 388-84
End Notes
Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
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Book Title: PROPERTY TAX LIST Of CULPEPER COUNTY VIRGINIA AND NAMES OF SLAVES 1783

COMPILED BY
MRS. GARLAND C. NORRIS
RALEIGH, N.C.

Culpeper County, Virginia, was formed 1748, being taken from Orange County.
The territory included what is now Culpeper, Madison (1792) and Rappahannock (1833). It was named for Lord Culpeper, who served as Governor of Virginia from 1680 to 1683.

On a hill in the western outskirts of Culpeper the famous Culpeper Minute Men were organized 1775.

This list of property owners' and slaves' names was taken from list preserved in Archives Division, Virginia State Library, Richmond, by Mrs. Garland C. Norris, a member of the Culpeper Minute Men Chapter, D. A. R.

LIST OF JOHN WAUGH, GENT.

Michael Burrass
William Bragg
Thomas Butler
Frances Brown (Frank and Jenny)
John Brown (Moses, Bess, and Sal)
Thomas Alcot
Andrew Brown, Andrew Brown, Jr., Frances Brown, Rubin Brown, Wm. Brown (Will, Dina, Sue Tenah, Cuffy, Milly, Dick, Mag, Ned, George)
Moses Burk (Jenny)
Henry Bennett
John Brown
William Butler
Jonathon Bishop, Henry Okely, Jonah Bishop, Joseph Bishop, (Willow and Hannah)
John Hartley (Tom, Hannah, Nan)
James Branham (Tenah)
Johua Hartley
George Bargo (Nairn)
George Cowgill
John Cowgill
Jacob Cowgill
Samuel Dowgan, Samuel Dowgan, Jr., Lovewell Dowgan (Jim, Jude, Fan, Sal, Minna)
Rubin Doggett Charles Davenport, John Ballinger, overseer (George, Sarah, Betty, Harry Hilly, Spencer and Pompey)
Ben Foshee, Morris Cate, Abifire Foshee, Elijah Foshee, Daniel Foshee, (Tom, Suck, Harry and Gill)
John Foshee (Will, Doll)
George Foshee
William Foshee
James Foshee
Thornton Foshee (Alice)
James Gillock (Samuel)
Catherine Jones, Taviner Jones (Judy, Hozah, Minnie, Jim)
William Jewell
Nicholas Kabler (Suck, Molly)
William Kabler
Jane Kabler (Kate), William Butler and Frederick Kabler
John Lightfoot, John Angell, overseer (Charles, Tom, Sal, Daphney, Judy)
James Lovelaw
James Long, John Witherall (Frank, Sarah, Lett, Will, William)
John Marshall,
James Dudley
Thomas Marshall (Mary)
Harbin Moore (Richard, Rubin, Jack)
Rubin Moore (Adam, Rose)
Zachry Petty
Richard Price (Sall)
William Rosson
Jerome Rosson, Rubin Rosson (Peter, Bet, King)
Joseph Rosson
Robert Smith
William Stokes
Samuel Stigler (Booker, Toby, Joe, Gosla, Elec)
Nicholas Toleaferro (James, Jenny, Leddy, and Penny)
Thomas Watts
Frederach Watts
John Waugh (George, Gilbert, Davie, Betty, Nell, Constant, Jenny, Suckey, Caroline, Patt)
Edmond Terrell (Davis, Bess, Daniel, Venies, June, Milly, Peg, Bet)

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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://home.inu dot net/sadie/greeningearlyrecords.htm
URL title: GREENING CROSSROADS
Note:
Could Jane wife of James Jerrell have been Jane Marshall sister to Elizabeth Marshall? If so was Thomas Marshall of Anne Arundel their brother?
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DB 20 P 418 October 1st 1794
This Indenture made and done this first day of October, 1794 between James Jarrell and Jane his wife of County of Orange of the one part and Thomas Marshall of the County of Arnold (Anne Arundel) State of Maryland of the other part Witnesseth that for good causes but more Especially for the sum of Sixty five pounds current money of Virginia hath granted unto sd Thomas Marshal his heirs land in County of Orange and State of Virginia bounded Beginning at two pines on a nole corner to William Dollins, thence South to a large pine on the side of a hill Corner to Hopefull Wood thence South to a large Poplar on a hill Corner to Charles Douglass thence North to sundry Pointer's Corner to James Jarel from thence to the first station containing by mensurration 100 acres...
Sig: James Jarrel
Jane Jarrel
In Presence of: John D. Grymes, Nehemiah Greening, Wm. Bonner At a Court held for Orange County the 27th April 1795, this Indenture ordered to be Rec'd.
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James Hughes 2006-05-15 18:40:19

William Underwood the 5th daughter Jael Married Robert Pollard of Lancaster roots. This makes Thomas & Hannah perhaps from the Edward or William or George Marshall Line.

Fredericksburg Court Record Search

Court Record Data
Context Extract
Defendant Benjamin Long; Thomas Mitchell
Locality Culpeper Co.
Plaintiff Thomas Marshall (assignee of Robert Pollard)
Administrative Information
Record title Marshall vs Long
Year recorded 1794
Collection CR-DC-L
Record ID 388-84
End Notes
Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 10/21/2002 
Marshall, Thomas (I081028)
 
73140 Title Marshall, William.
Publication 1756
Gen. note Part of index to Elizabeth City County Wills and Administrations (1689-1800)
Note p. 82. Exors. bond rec. 2 Nov. 1756.
p. 84. Inv. rec. [7 Dec. 1756].
Order Book, 1755-1757 (Reel 17)
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Link: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmar sha&id=I23602
Contributed by: James Hughes


Note:
This material is taken from the Elizabeth City Parish Vestry Book, Elizabeth
City County (pp. 72-76). It was transcribed from a photo-copy held by the
Virginia State Library (25594). Complete precinct lists are given for the
years 1763, 1767, 1771, and a partial list is included for 1784.
At a Vestry held July 19, 1763 for approving Prosessioners
Present
The Revd. Mr. Thomas Warrington, Rector
Thomas Latimer William Latimer
William Westwood Henry King
John Allen William Armistead} C. Wardens } Gent.
John Tabb George Wray
James Wallace Booth Armistead
Whereas the Church wardens of the Parish having received an Order of
Elizabeth City County Court bearing the date [blank] day of July 1763 for
calling a Vestry for dividing the said Parish into so many Precincts as to
them shall seem convenient for Processioning the Lands within the said
Precincts, the Vestry have accordingly divided the said Parish into the
following Precincts, VIZ:

I. PRECINCT. Includes the lands of William MARSHALL decd., John Lowns
{Lowry?}. John Kerby, Simon Collier orphan, John Tabb orphan, Judith
Robinson, John Tabb Jr., Augustine Moore, and Jane Allen, William Smelt,
john Parsons the heir of William Parsons decd. Merit Moore, and Westwood
Armistead orphan, Robert Armistead, and that Augustine Moore and John
Parsons begin to procession the said lands between the last day of September
and see all the land in the said precinct processioned according the law by
the last day of March next, and return to the Vestry the names of the
persons present, and what lands they shall fail to procession and particular
reasons of such failure. And it is further ordered that every particular
freeholder of Guardian thereof mentioned in the said precinct shall attend
at the same time and perform processioning by going round each person's land
and renewing the land-marks.

II. PRECINCT. Includes the lands of Sym's free school, Mallory Ross, George
Wythe, john Francis, Francis Mallory, William Mallory, Thomas Kirby, Lockey
Collier, John Armistead, Thomas Nicholls, Samuel Tompkins decd., Robert
Sandifur, Edward Latimer, Young Moreland, Westwood Armistead orphan,
Benjamin Lister, Robert Armistead, Samuel Roberts; and that Edward Latimer
and William Mallory begin to procession.......(similar to above).

III. PRECINCT. Includes the lands of William Cross, Samuel Curle, Samuel
Dubree, Capt. Reynolds, Judith Herbert, Thomas Kirby, William Westwood,
Miles King orphan, Henry King, Josiah Massenburg, John Jones, Richard Wilson
and the Robert Massenburg and William Cross procession.

IV. PRECINCT. Includes the lands of John Allen, John Mason decd., Edward
Yeargain, William Westwood, Thomas Latimer, Booth Armistead, Mark Powell
decd., Thomas Skinner, Robert Armistead, and that Edward Yeargain and Josiah
Massenburg procession.

V. PRECINCT. Includes the lands of Moseley Armistead, John Armistead,
Francis Mallory, John Allen, Thomas Smith, Phillip Allen decd., John Bayley,
Henry Allen, the orphan of Dun Armistead, John Nelson. And that John Allen
jr. and Moseley Armistead procession.

VI. Precinct. Includes the Lands of William Westwood, John Hunter, Wilson
Bayley, Judith Herbert, Mary King, the orphan of John Jenkins, the orphan of
Charles Jennings, John Moore decd., Anthony Tucker decd., John Creek decd.,
John Smith, Samuel Noland, Wilson Gray, William Loyell, Robert Tucker,
William Weymouth, Thomas Dixon, Thomas Davis, Roscoe Sweny, David Wilson
Curle, Robert Armistead, John Hays, William Wager, John Brodie. And that
Samuel Rowland and John Smith procession.

Source:
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/roots-l/messages/04apr/190972 
Marshall, William (I023589)
 
73141 Title Mason, James.
Publication 1779
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 308-310. Inv. & Appr. rec. June 21, 1779.
Note Will Book B, 1770-1783 (Reel 31)
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kld&id=I701

Although tradition has placed James as a son of John Mason and Mary Nelson,and George Harrison King assumed he was a member of this family, there are a number of things that indicate that is not true. James is NOT listed in the records of Overwharton Parish in Stafford Co. VA. or in the bible records of John Mason Jr., son of John Mason and Mary Nelson. Those Bible records include brothers Joel, Enoch, and Henry--also not found in OPR--but no mention of a James.

Moreover, given the birth dates of John and Mary's two oldest sons, William born 1748 and John born 1750, both recorded in Overwharton records, James could not have been born before Nov. 1750 at the very earliest. If he was born 1750-5 1, he would have been six years younger than his wife, Mary Broderick, and he would have bought property in 1769 before he came of age--not legally feasible without special court dispensation--which would have been attached to the deed . This means he was at least 21 when he contracted with Charles Hammet 5 Dec 1769 (see deed below).

There is also absolutely NO PROOF that he was a son of William Mason II, but I am placing him for lack of a better place! It makes more sense logically than keeping him as a son of John Mason and Mary Nelson.

William Mason, probable brother of John, found on the rents rolls of 1768, 1773. That William may have been the father of the child Lewis Mason who was born Oct 1741. James' birthdate should be in the same chronological frame, and addit ional research on this William II may yield more evidence for James. However, all I have at the moment on William II i s possible rent rolls (100 acres) for 1768 and 1773.

A 1769 deed (see below) names James as being "of County of Stafford," and his wife Mary Broderick was also of Stafford Co. where it can be assumed they married (though no record).

Deed Abstracts of Culpeper Co VA 1769-1773

Deed Book "F" pp 97-99
On margin: DD WM. Hammett

This Indenture made 5th December 1769 between Charles Hammett of County of Culpeper and Nancy his wife and James Maso n of County of Stafford for sum of Twenty five pounds current money have granted James Mason lying in the little fork o f the Rappahannock River in County of Culpeper....100 acres the same being the tract given to tthe said Charles by hi s Father by Deed the 6th of May 1765 recorded among the records of the County of Culpeper.

Presence: John Farguison Charles G. Hammett
Thomas Underwood Nancy (X) Hammett

Book F. pp 560-561
On Margin: DD to BRODK: MASON April 10,1785
This indenture made 16th Nov 1772 Between William Hammett and Cathrine his Wife for sum of Fifty pounds current money of Virginia have granted unto said James Mason a parcel of land in the Little Fork of Rappahanock River in County afores aid lying on the banks of Indian Run and bounded Beginning at two hickories corner to Thomas Underwood running thence w ith his line North to a box Oak corner to Henry Utterback thence with his line North to the beginning
Presence: John Farguison By me Wm. Hammett and Catron
Thomas Underwood
At Court held for Culpeper County Novermbe r 16, 1772

Deed Abstracts of Culpeper County, Virginia 1775-1778 Deed Book "H" pp 408-409

Written on margin: DD to Edwd Wood 1785
This Indenture made this 21st day of April 1777 Between James Mason and Mary his Wife of County of Culpeper of one part and Edward Wood of same Witnesseth that James Mason and Mary his Wife for sum Forty pounds current money of Virgini a have sold unto Edward Wood land in the Little Fork of the Rappahannock River in County aforesaid and bounded Beginning on the so. side of Great Indian Run on a Knowl in or near Willis old line thence N.E. on a Knowl thence crossing the said run N.E. to two pines a Corner to John Forgeson in William Hammetts line thence following John Forgesons line to said Willis old line to a pine by a large rock thence N. to the beginning containing one hundred acres to the use of Edward Wood his heirs forever reserving to Margaret Wood Mother of the said Edward the use of said land during her natural life and said James Mason and Mary his Wife doth agree that said Wood under the said reservation aforesaid shall have the said land.
Presence of John Hammet Forgeson, Peter Wood Mary X Mason
William Hammett James Mason
At a Court held for Culpeper County 21st day April 1777
This Indenture of Bargain and Sale ordered to be recorded


Culpeper County, Virginia
Will Book B, pp. 308-310
Inventory of the Estate of James Mason
21 Jun 1779

308
Jas Masons In obedience to an order of Culpeper Court we the subscribers
Inventory being first sworn have valued and appraised the Estate of
James Mason deceased in Current money as follows

June 21st 1779Returned into Court Jacob Fishback
and ordered to be Recorded
John Read Hank Read Teste
John Jameson Cl Cur 
Mason, James (I032664)
 
73142 Title McConchie, E. B.
Publication [1885].
Gen. note Date of death: July 23, 1885.
Note Source of Information: Fauquier County, page 6.
Note Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by the Virginia Genealogical Society

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/VHI/html/10/0344.html Report Home Page
Author Gore, M. D.
Title survey report, The William Jones place : 1937 Oct. 20 / research made by M.D. Gore.
Material 6 leaves.
Gen. note Map location number: FAU355
Class: Home, genealogy and personality
Building date: Prior to 1837
Building plan: L-shaped
Number of stories: 1.5
Building material: Frame and log
Location: 1 mile east of Sumerduck, Virginia.
Primary owners: James Stigler, William Jones, Robert A. McConchie, W.S. Smith, and Mag Perrow Barrett.
Includes Jones and McConchie family histories. Includes stories from the Civil War.
Includes description of the house and grounds.
Includes information from tombstone inscription from Mt. Holly Cemetery.
Includes abstracts of title.
Includes form: Architectural description of buildings called for in 5-A. of Bulletin 3400.
Report accompanied by photograph: VHIP/10/0332. 
Stigler, Elizabeth (I077042)
 
73143 Title McConchie, E. B.
Publication [1885].
Gen. note Date of death: July 23, 1885.
Note Source of Information: Fauquier County, page 6.
Note Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by the Virginia Genealogical Society 
Martin, Elizabeth (I077038)
 
73144 Title McConchie, Mary A.
Publication [1884].
Gen. note Date of death: June 16, 1884.
Note Source of Information: Fauquier County, page 4. 
King, Mary Ann (I062837)
 
73145 Title Meadee [Meadors] [Meades], Thomas.
Publication 1718.
Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 42-43. Inv. & appr. rec. 16 Sept. 1718.
Note Wills, etc., No. 3, 1717-1721 (Reel 40)
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1717-1721 Essex County Virginia Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates No. 3; {John Frederick Dorman}: Pages 1-3.
Will of Thomas Meades of the County of Essex and Parish of Saint Armes, being sick and weak in body, dated 29 Jan. 1716/17.
To my well beloved wife Anne Meades my two oldest Negroes, viz. Sambo and Nanney, during her natural life and after my wife's decease to return to my well beloved son John Meades. But if my said son should dye before he is possessed with the said Negroes then to Thomas Coghill son of Frederick Coghill and Sarah his wife.
To my loving wife Anne Meades the plantation whereon I now dwell and two hundred acres of land during her life, and after to my said son John Meades and if my said son should dye without issue before he comes to the age of twenty one years then to Richard Ship.
To my son John Meades my young Negro called Sarai and one mollatto called Tom Cutte'r and if my said son should dye without issue to my brother in law John Sallis.
To my son John Meades one case of bottles and one iron kettle.
To my said son one young gray mare.
To my said son all my land at Powmonsend except one hundred acres which I give John Sallis. If my said son dye without issue then to be equally divided amongst Wm. Davis, Josias Ship and Thomas Ship.
All the rest of my personal estate to be divided between my said wife and my said son.
Mr. Thomas Catlett, Gent., and my loving wife executor and executrix.
Thomas Meades
Wit: Samuel Bizwell, Richd. Billups, Margarett (X) Dudley.
21 Jan. 1717 [1718]. Presented in Court by Ann Ayres late Ann Meados, executrix. Proved "by Samuel Bizwell and Margaret Dudley.
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James Hughes 2006-04-19 14:03:17

page 107. Lease and Release. 11 and 12 March 1712/13. William Berry and Margaret his wife one of the Daughers and Co-heirs of Enock Doughty deceased of the parish of St Maries in the County of Richmond, planter, sell to Honour Powell of St Anns Par. in Essex County, planter, 296 acres, part of a patent of 4763 acres granted to Enock Dou'ty on 15 Juen 1675.
signed
William Berry
Margret Berry
Wit:
John Strang
Thomas Meades
John Boughan
Rec. 12 March 1712/13

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Essex County wills and deeds, 1711-1714
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 118 pgs
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1692-1693 Essex Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 3)
At a Court held for Essex County May ( ) Ano Dom: 1692
- Mr. SAMLL. SALLIS is appointed Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Upper Precincts of St Marys Parish
- JNO. GOSS is appointed Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Lower Precincts of St. Marys Parish
- NICHOLAS COPELAND is appointed Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Upper Precincts of Sittingburne Parish
- RICHARD STOAKES is appointed Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Lower Precincts of Sittingburne Parish
- THO: MEADOR is appointed Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Upper Precints of South Farnham Parish
- RICHD. TAYLOR is appointed Survayr: of the Roads from the head of PISCATAWAY CREEK to KING & QEEEN County
- Mr. DANL: DOBBINS is continued Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Lower Precincts he formerly was Survayr: off
- SAMLL. GREEN is appointed Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Lower Precincts of South Farnham Parish
- Mr. JNO. DANGERFEILD is continued Survayr: of the Highwaies in the Precincts he formerly was Survayr: of
- It is ordered that RICHARD COVINGTON be Survayr: of the Highvaies from RICHARD TAYLORs Swamp to KING & QUEEN County and from THOMAS DAYEs to the MAINE ROAD to THO: CROWs.
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1699-1701 Essex Co VA Deed & Will Book; Antient Press: (Page 64)
March ye 9th 1699/1700. IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen, I SUSANNA DAVIS being very sick & weake yet of perfect Minde & memory doe make & appoint this to be my last Will & Testament revoaking all other Will by me formerly maide eyther virball or to otherwise
Imprimis I give my sould unto the hands of Almighty God that gave itt my body to ye Grave decently to be intered wth such Christian buryall as time & place will afford. As to my worldly Welth I give in manner as followeth
Item I give unto my Sonne, JOB VIRGITT, twelve pence
My fether bed in the outer room with ye boulster rugg & one blankett I give to my Sonn, THOMAS MEADOWS, and the Table and three chaires in the outer room likewise to my Daughter, ELIZABETH SHIPP, I doe give my Waring. pann my box & my trunk & all my vareing cloaths & all the rest of my Estate both goods and chattles within doores and without that apperteynth unto me I give to my Sonne, WILLIAM DAVIS, and Further my will is that my Sonne, THOMAS MEADOES be sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament as Witness my hand and seale this fifteenth of Febr: 1699
Teste WM, GANNOCKE SUSANNA DAVIS
WM. SHORT
Provid by the oathes of ye Witnesses hereto in Essex County Court ye 30th: day of fiber: 1700 & truely recorded Test FRANCIS MERIWETHER, Cl Cur
KNOW ALL MEN that wee THO: MEADERS, THO: GREGSON & WM. GANNOCKE of the County of Essex are firmely bound unto JOHN CATLETT Gent., President of the said Court, in the sume of One hundred pounds Sterl. to the payment whereof we bind ourselves Witness our hands and seales this 30th day of Xbr: 1700
The Condicon of this obligation is that if THOMAS MEADERS who att a Court held for Essex County the day and yeare abovesaid obteyned a Probate of the last Will and Testament of SUSANNA DAVIS deceased shall att all times hereafter performe and fullfill the said Will, pay and satisfie all such Legatees as therein are eipressed and doe performe
whatsoever the Law enjoyn in such case then the above obligacon to be void otherwise to remaine in force
Signed sealed & delivered in ye presence of us WILL. YOUNG THO: MEADERS THO: GREGSON WM. GANNOCK
FRANCIS MERIWETHER,
Truely recorded Test FRANCIS MERIWEITHER, Cl Cur 
Meador, Thomas (I031740)
 
73146 Title Medley, John.
Publication 1763
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 352-354. Will pro. 20 Oct. 1763.
p. 367-368. Inv. & Appr. rec. May 17, 1764.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 31)

In the name of God Amen. I JOHN MEDLEY of Brumfield Parish in County of Culpeper & Colony of Virginia Planter being very sick and weak of body but in sound and perfect sence of mind & memory and touching the worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me Do give and dispose of the same in the following manner. Imprimis I lend to my well beloved Wife EUGA. all and singular my estate both real & personal dureing her widowhood & no longer but and if my well beloved wife shall marry, then my will is that at such time or imediately after her death, then all my personal estate be apralsed and equally deviled among my children hearafter named (Viz) my Daughter ELIZABETH, my son JOHN and my daughters ELINOR, MARY and MARTHA, when they marry or arrive at lawful age. I give and bequeath to my son John all my land and Plantation and the improvements thereon made to him and his heirs forever and to have full possession of I mediately after his mothers marriage or death but not before But if my son John shou'd die before he marries or without issue then my will is that the land bequeathed to him be sold and the money equally divided among his Sisters or their proper
respresentatives.
My will is that if any of my children die before marriage that then the part will'd or bequeathed to that child or children so dieing shall be equally divided amongst the other children then living Lastly appoint and nominate my well belov'd friend Mr. JACOB WARD, Mr. CHARLES BROOKING, my well beloved wife, Eliza., and my son John Executors of this my last Will .. in Witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty two.
Presence of; JOHN KERCHER, John Medley
ZACK GIBBS, JOHN CAVE
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Thursday the 20th day of October 1763
This last Will and Testament of JOHN MEDLEY Deceased was exhibited to the Court by Jacob Ward and Elizabeth Medley Widow of the said decedent two of the Executors therein named and was proved by the Oaths of Zachary Gibbs and John Cave two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Executors Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having sworn to the same and given Bond and security according to Law.
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Culpeper County Virginia Will Book A; pg 203-205
In the Name of God Amen. I ROBERT MEDLEY of the County of Culpeper being sick and weak but in perfect sense and memory, I make this my last Will and Testament .. Imprimis I give my Soul to God that gave it me and my body to the Earth to be buried .. and my worldly Estate I give as followeth.
Item I give to my beloved Cousin AMBROSE MEDLEY Son to JACOB MEDLEY my Manner Plantation with two hundred acres of land . and in case the said Ambrose Medley should die without issue that then the said land and Plantation shall fall to REUBEN MEDLEY son to the said Jacob Medley .. and in case the said Reuben Medley should die without issue that then the said land and Plantation shall fall to my Beloved Brother Jacob Medley.
Item I give to my Brother in Law REUBEN SHELTON two hundred acres of land adjoyning to my Plantation during his life and after his decease to fall to his Eldest son THOMAS SHELTON ..
Item I give to my Honoured Mother ELLINOR MEDLEY five pounds cash if she be living and if she be dead that then the said five pounds to fall to THOMAS HUNDLEY for the educating of his Children.
Item I give to my beloved Brother JAMES MEDLEY my riding mare.
Item I give to my beloved Brother ISAAC MEDLEY Fifteen pounds cash.
Item I give to my Brother in Law MAY BURTON Fifteen pounds cash and after his decease to fall to his Son MAY BURTON JUNR. ..
Item I give to my beloved Brother JOHN MEDLEY Ten pounds cash and in case my said Brother John Medley should die that then the said Ten pounds shall fall to his son JOHN MEDLEY JUNR...
Item I give to my Cousin SUSANNA MEDLEY Fifteen pounds cash but in case the said Susannah Medley should die without issue that then the said Fifteen pounds to fall to her Sister ELIZABETH MEDLEY, and if the said Elizabeth Medley should die without issue then the said Fifteen pounds to fall to her Sister ELLINOR MEDLEY ..
Item I give to my Brother Jacob Medley Ten pounds Cash .. And all the remainder of my Estate to be sold and equally divided among all my friends above mentioned. Lastly I appoint my beloved Brothers John Medley and Jacob Medley Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof .. this Ninth day of August 1759.
Witness: BENJA, POWELL, Robert Medley
CHAS. BROOKING, ISAAC CROSTHWAIT
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Thursday the 20th day of September 1759
This last Will and Testament of Robert Medley deceased was exhibited to the Court by John Medley & Jacob Medley the Executors therein named & was proved by the oaths of .. witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded which being sworn to by the sd Exors. on their motion Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof giving Bond and Security according to Law. 
Medley, John (I080993)
 
73147 Title Medley, Robert.
Publication 1759
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 218-219. Inv. & Appr. rec. Nov. 13, 1759.
p. 263-264. Accounts rec. Oct. 15, 1761.
p. 203-208. Will pro. 20 Sept. 1759.
Note Will Book A, 1749-1770 (Reel 17
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Culpeper County Virginia Will Book A; pg 203-205
In the Name of God Amen. I ROBERT MEDLEY of the County of Culpeper being sick and weak but in perfect sense and memory, I make this my last Will and Testament .. Imprimis I give my Soul to God that gave it me and my body to the Earth to be buried .. and my worldly Estate I give as followeth.
Item I give to my beloved Cousin AMBROSE MEDLEY Son to JACOB MEDLEY my Manner Plantation with two hundred acres of land . and in case the said Ambrose Medley should die without issue that then the said land and Plantation shall fall to REUBEN MEDLEY son to the said Jacob Medley .. and in case the said Reuben Medley should die without issue that then the said land and Plantation shall fall to my Beloved Brother Jacob Medley.
Item I give to my Brother in Law REUBEN SHELTON two hundred acres of land adjoyning to my Plantation during his life and after his decease to fall to his Eldest son THOMAS SHELTON ..
Item I give to my Honoured Mother ELLINOR MEDLEY five pounds cash if she be living and if she be dead that then the said five pounds to fall to THOMAS HUNDLEY for the educating of his Children.
Item I give to my beloved Brother JAMES MEDLEY my riding mare.
Item I give to my beloved Brother ISAAC MEDLEY Fifteen pounds cash.
Item I give to my Brother in Law MAY BURTON Fifteen pounds cash and after his decease to fall to his Son MAY BURTON JUNR. ..
Item I give to my beloved Brother JOHN MEDLEY Ten pounds cash and in case my said Brother John Medley should die that then the said Ten pounds shall fall to his son JOHN MEDLEY JUNR...
Item I give to my Cousin SUSANNA MEDLEY Fifteen pounds cash but in case the said Susannah Medley should die without issue that then the said Fifteen pounds to fall to her Sister ELIZABETH MEDLEY, and if the said Elizabeth Medley should die without issue then the said Fifteen pounds to fall to her Sister ELLINOR MEDLEY ..
Item I give to my Brother Jacob Medley Ten pounds Cash .. And all the remainder of my Estate to be sold and equally divided among all my friends above mentioned. Lastly I appoint my beloved Brothers John Medley and Jacob Medley Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof .. this Ninth day of August 1759.
Witness: BENJA, POWELL, Robert Medley
CHAS. BROOKING, ISAAC CROSTHWAIT
At a Court held for County of Culpeper on Thursday the 20th day of September 1759
This last Will and Testament of Robert Medley deceased was exhibited to the Court by John Medley & Jacob Medley the Executors therein named & was proved by the oaths of .. witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded which being sworn to by the sd Exors. on their motion Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof giving Bond and Security according to Law. 
Medley, Robert (I080982)
 
73148 Title Menefee [Manifee], Jonas.
Publication 1782
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 533-534. Will pro. 18 Nov. 1782.
Note Will Book B, 1770-1783 (Reel 31)

Title Menefee [Manifee], Jonas.
Publication 1782
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 54. Inv. & Appr. rec. 16 Feb. 1784.
Note Will Book C, 1773-1791 (Reel 32

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Culpeper County, Virginia Will Book A: pg 405-409

In the name of God Amen. I JOHN MENEFEE of the Parrish of Brumfield County of Culpeper and Colony of Virga being sick but sound and parfit mamary Thanks be to God for the same and coleing to mind the unceareainty of this Tranesatry life do make and ordain this my last will and Testamt. in manner and form as following first I recomend my Sole into the hands of Almighty God hopeing through the Mercy of my blased Saviour Jesus Christ to have Joyfull Resurrection at the Last day and as for Touching my worldly estate which it hath pleased God to bestow on me contrary to my Dissarts, I give and bequath in Manner and form following I recommand my Body to the Earth to be Buried in soch like manner as my Executers hare- after named shall think fit. Ipromis first & desier that all my Just Debts be forst paid in convenient time after my Burial.
Item its my will and desire that my oldest son JOHN MENEFEE shall be Executer and to have the whole Estate in his own hands ontil the following childrean all comes to age as the law derects or meried part hereof to saport the younger children ontIll my youngest Son HENRY MENEFEE comes to the age of Twenty one years, Except some part of the moveable estate that I shall live to my daughter hereafter mentioned.
I give and bequath to my son John Menefee and my Son Henry Menefee the following six negores, Petter, , Fanny, Cate, Hary, Georgeman and Betty and there Increse equally Devided between the said John Menefee Henry Menefee at the time when Henry Menefee arives to the age of twenty one years also all the houes hold goods and chatels, stocks of all kind to be equely deviled beteen the said two brothers before menened that shall be left after bringing up the young children and given my son Henry Menefee sofishent scueling as the Executers hereafter named shal think fit after the said Henry shal get his scueling the sd Executers is to have him put to some Trade most suteble for the contry.
I also give & bequeath to my son Henry Menefee the track of land I now live on in Culpeper County containing two hundred acres more or las after he arives to the age of twanty one yares.
I give and bequeath to my daughter PATTEY MENEFEE one negro girl named Sarah & one small gilted trunk at the day of morredge or when she arives toage of Eighteen yares .
I also desier that if my daughter Pettey should marry that she may take her Sister MOLLY and keep her till she the said Molley comes to the Eighteen yares if my oldest daughter Pattey should dye without an heir her negro named Sarah is to be given to her Sister Nansey.
I give and bequath to my Daughter NANSEY MENEFEE one negro girl named Lucey and one small gilted trunk at the day of marredg or when she the said Nansey comes to the age of Eighteen yares I also desire that if my Daughter Nansey should marry that she may take her Sister BASHEBA MENEFEE and keep her till she comes to the age of Eighteen yares if my Daughter Nansey should dye without a heir her negro girl named Lucey is to be given to her sister Pettey Menefee
I give and bequath to my Daughter MOLLEY MENEFEE one negro girl named Judy when she comes to the age of Eighteen yares or marryd but if my daughter Money should dye without an heair then her negro girl named Judy is to be given to her sister Bashaba Menefee.
I give and bequath to my daughter Bashaba Menefee one negro girl named Battey when she comes to the age of Eighteen yares or marryed but if my daughter Bashaba should Dye without an heir then her negro girl named Battey is to be given to her Sister Molley Menefee.
I constitute and apoint and Ordain my Son John Menefee and my Brother JONAS MENEFEE to be my Executers of this my last will and Testament. in Witness hareof I don hereunto set my hand & seal this 24th day of August 1765.
Witnesses presents. CHS SMITH, John Menefee
WILLIAM MOLLORY,GEARD MENEFEE
At a Court contd. and held for the County of Culpeper on Friday the 18th day of Octo 1765, This last will and Testament of John Menefee Decd was exhibited to the Court by John Menefee & Jonas Menefee the Exors. therein named and was proved by the oath of WILLIAM MALLORY & GERARD MENEFEE two of the witnesses thereto who also made oath that they saw CHARLES SMITH the other witness subscribe the same and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Executors Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probate thereof in Due form they having sworn to the same and given Bond and Security as the Law directs.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
GERRARD MENEFEE of Culpeper Co; 18 Feb. 17 61 - 13 Apr. 1761; 227 a. 4 or 5 miles above North R Cacapehon; adj. Henry Enoch's 180 a. surv. & adj. or near his brother Jonas Menefee. CC -Thomas Triplett & James Peters. Pilot-Henry Enoch, Junr. Surv. John Mauzy.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
JONAS MENEFEE of Culpeper Co.; 18 Feb. 1761- 13 Apr. 1761; 333 a. ca. 4 miles above North R. Buffaloe Lick & Maple Br; adj. Henry Enoch, Junr. CC - Thomas Triplett & JaS Peters. Pilot- Henry Enoch. Surv. John Mauzy 
Menefee, Jonas (I067208)
 
73149 Title Miller, Robert.
Publication 1758.
Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Note p. 38-39. Adms. bond rec. 17 Jan. 1758.
p. 53-54. Inv. & appr. rec. 21 Feb. 1758.
p. 351-353. Accounts rec. 17 Aug. 1761.
p. 371. Accounts rec. 21 Sept. 1761.
Note Wills No. 11, 1757-1762 (Reel 46) 
Miller, Robert (I115823)
 
73150 Title Minor, Joseph.
Publication 1779
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 289-290. Will pro. 17 Mar. 1779.
Note Will Book B, 1770-1783 (Reel 31)
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Culpeper Co. Will Book B & C: {Dorothy Ford Wulfeck}; Pg 26
Will of Joseph Minor of Culpeper Co.
Dated 17 April, 1779. Proven 17 May, 1779.
Legatee: Grandson Eliott Minor, son of Armistead Minor.
Executor: Joseph Earley.
Wit.: Ephraim Rucker, Reuben Underwood, Joseph Earley, Jr.
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Culpeper Co. Will Book B & C: {Dorothy Ford Wulfeck}; pg 84
Inventory and Appraisal of Estate of Joseph Minor, dec'd. Recorded
19 Sept., 1791. Made by Alexander Bradford, James Archer, Joel Cofer.
Inventory and Appraisal of Estate of Armistead Minor, dec'd. Recorded
19 Sept., 1791. Made by John Bradford, Augustin Rucker, Angus Rucker.
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Culpeper Co. Will Book B & C: {Dorothy Ford Wulfeck}; Pg 14
Will of John Field of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper Co.
Dated 21 Aug., 1774. Proven 15 May, 1775.
Legatees: Wife Anna. Son Larkin Field (a minor) "land I purchased of my bro. Daniel and my nephew Abram Field as well as Maddox' Tract."
(?Haddocks in will later).
Dau. Elisabeth Slaughter and her husband Laurance Slaughter, among other possessions he gave them land in the mountains known as "Joy Bottom" or "Stanton's Encampment."
Dau. Mary Slaughter and son-in-law George Slaughter.
Dau. Anna Field.
Grson. John Field Slaughter.
Grson. Robert Slaughter.
Grdau. Milly Slaughter.
Son Ezekiel Field "is unhappily missing."
Executors: Wife Anna Field, Lawrence Slaughter, John Field.
Wit.: William Ball, Joseph Minor, John Gray, William Field. 
Minor, Joseph (I081017)
 

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