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

George Marshall

Male Abt 1730 - 1785  (~ 55 years)


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  • Name George Marshall 
    Born Abt 1730  Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 6 Oct 1785  Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I001412  Tree1
    Last Modified 14 Jul 2018 

    Father William Marshall,   b. Abt 1689, St. Mary's Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Feb 1748/49, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 60 years) 
    Mother Anne Hudson,   b. 1691, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1753, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 63 years) 
    Married Abt 1721  King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00785  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Anne Ferguson,   b. Abt 1736, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 1753  King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 

    • KGCo., Virginia = George Marshall, b. ca 1730. 7 Dec. 1753, (K.G. DB 4, pg. 67) bought two tracts, one of 100 acres and one of 30 acres near Reedy Swamp from Joshua Farguson
    Children 
     1. James Marshall,   b. Abt 1754, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Sep 1788, Elizabeth City County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 34 years)
     2. Jane Marshall,   b. Abt 1756, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1790, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 35 years)
     3. Mary Marshall,   b. Abt 1758, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Judith Marshall,   b. Abt 1760, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Robert Marshall,   b. 5 Mar 1763, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Jul 1837, Kenton County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
     6. George Marshall,   b. Abt 1766, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Jan 1789, King George County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 23 years)
     7. Alexander {Unproven} Marshall,   b. 1769, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Mar 1844, Boone County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
    Last Modified 14 Jul 2018 
    Family ID F00522  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • ===
      From JMP's book:
      In 1787, (K.G. DB 7, pg. 148), Anne Marders deeded to John Marshall (1113)
      the land and grist mill in Brunswick Parish, King George County, Va., which was given to Moses Rowley for life, and the reversion to Anne Marders, by the will of William Rowley, Gent.
      This deed was witnessed by Isaac Wharton and George Marshall.

      Death of George (114). Will dated 20 Oct. 1784, probated 6 Oct. 1785,
      (K.G.Will Book 2, pg. 87). Executor: wife Ann. Witnesses: William Marshall, etc. Leaves to wife Anne for life "the plantation on which I now live, which was bought of the Vestry of Hanover Parish," and at her death to son George (1142). Leaves other lands and grist mill to son James (1141). Mentions daughters Jane Ford and Mary Guy, and granddaughter Betty Ford.
      1141. James. Died between writing of George (114)'s will in 1784, and writing of George, Jr. (1142)'s will in 1788

      ===
      Will Book 2, Page 73, King George County, Virginia
      Last Will and Testament of Mary Murdock

      In the Name of God Amen. I Mary Murdock of the County of King George being sick & weak but of ? mind & memory thanks be to God for it, I do make constitute and appoint this my last will and Testament as followeth viz...~
      Imprimis. I give to my son John Tankersley alias Murdock the one fourth part of all my houshold furniture to him and his Heirs forever; and in case he should die without Heirs Lawfully begotten of his body, then the whole to return and be divided between his brother William and sisters, Sarah and Jane;
      Imprimas. I give to my Son William Tankersley alias Murdock the fourth part of my houshold furniture to him and his Heirs forever, and in case he should die without heirs Lawfully begotten of his body, then the whole of his part to return & be divided between his brother, John and his sisters, Sarah and Jane.
      Imprimis, I give and bequeath to my Daughter Sarah Riding one fourth part of my houshold furniture together with one double riding chair to be ? and or the value thereof to her child at the death of the said Sarah Riding.
      Imprimis. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Jane Spencer one fourth part of my houshold furniture and to the heirs of her body Lawfully begotten and for want of such Heirs at her death, then to return to the above mentioned John, William and the child of my Daughter Sarah Riding to be equally divided between them and further I give to my Daughter Jane Spencer one hundred pounds which she is to receive at the hands of my Brother John Tankersley.
      All the residue of my Estate I leave to be equally divided between John Tankersley alias Murdock and William Tankersley alias Murdock & Sarah Ridings's child.
      Lastly I appoint my loving brother John Tankersley Exctr of this my Last Will & Testament as Witness my hand & Seal this 5th day of October 1783.
      Signed & Sealed in the Presence of ~

      Peter Jett her

      George Marshall Jr.

      Mary X

      Murdock Seal

      William Marshall

      mark

      Page 74

      At a Court held for King George County the 3d day of June 1784.

      The last Will and Testament of Mary Murdock deceased was Presented into Court by John Tankersley Executor therein named, who made oath thereto & was further proved by the Oaths of Peter Jett, George Marshall Junior & Wm Marshall the witnesses thereto. Certificate is granted him for obtaining Probate thereof in due form, the said Executor first performing what the Law in such cases require.~

      Test

      Jos. Robinson C. Clerk/Court?

      Transcribed by A. Murdock October 24, 2000

      ===
      Sent: 1/15/2005 2:01 PM
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.tmason1.com/pafn301.htm
      URL title: Terry Mason's Family History Site
      Note:
      King George County, Virginia Deed Book 7, pages 36-37:
      THIS INDENTURE made the 4th day of December one thousand seven hundred and eighty four Between WILLIS WILLIS & HESTER JOHNSON of County of FAUQUIER of one part of GEORGE MARSHAL of King George County of other part. Witnesseth that WILLIAM WILLIS & HESTER JOHNSON for sum of Ninety pounds current money to them in hand paid by GEORGE MARSHALL, by these presents do bargain and sell unto GEORGE MARSHALL his heirs a certain plantation & tract of land situate in Parish of Hanover & County of King George containing by estimation One hundred & seventy 8 acres, which land hereby conveyed or meant to be conveyed lies between the Lands of ELIZABETH THORNTON, MURDOCKs Estate Land and the said GEORGE MARSHALLs Land, containing by estimation one hundred and seventy eight acres. Together with all houses orchards profits and emoluments to said land belonging: and the right title and interest in said Land belonging to any land that WILLIAM WILLIS may have or right to as Heir at Law to his Father, CHARLES WILLIS, dec'd., or his GrandFather. To have and to hold the plantation and tract of land unto GEORGE MARSHALL his heirs and WILLIAM WILLIS and HESTER JOHNSON and their heirs the plantation and tract of land unto GEORGE MARSHALL and his heirs against every person shall warrant & forever defend by these presents: In Witness whereof WILLIAM WILLIS and HESTER JOHNSON have hereunto put their hands and seals the day and year first mentioned.

      WILLIAM WILLIS
      HESTER (her X mark) JOHNSON
      Sealed & Acknowledged in presence of:
      WILLIAM MARSHALL, JOHN MONROE, THOMAS DICKERSON, GEORGE MARSHALL JUNR., JAMES MARSHALL

      Received the 4th day of December 1784 the sum of Ninety pounds current money of GEORGE MARSHALL the said sum being the consideration in this deed:

      WILLIAM WILLIS
      HESTER JOHNSON
      Witnesses: WILLIAM MARSHALL, JOHN MONROE, THOMAS DICKERSON, GEORGE MARSHALL, JUNR., JAMES MARSHALL

      At a Court held for King George County the 2nd day of June 1785:
      This Indented Deed of Bargain & Sale from under the uands & seals of WILLIAM WILLIS & HESTER JOHNSON to GEORGE MARSHALL with the Receipt thereon was presented into Court and proved by the Oaths of three of the witnesses thereto and on the motion of GEORGE MARSHALL was ordered to be recorded.

      Test. JOS. ROBINSON, C. Cur.

      In Deed Book 7, page 36, King George County, Virginia, Dec. 4, 1784, is a deed from William Willis of the County of Fauquier and Hester Johnson (here the clerk wrote "his" and marked through it; evidently he had meant to write the relationship of Hester to William - I sure wish he had) to George Marshall of King George County, 178 acres in Hanover Parish "between the lands of Elizabeth Thornton, Murdock's estate, and George Marshall". William is referred to "as heir at law to his father Charles Willis decd. and his grandfather.
      ===
      King George County, Virginia: The following were the names of vestrymen between the years 1723 and 1779:-John Grimsley, Joseph Murdock, Joseph Jones, George Tankersley, Thomas Jett, Thomas Hodges, George Marshall . . . etc. Whether all these belonged to Hanover parish I think doubtful. ("Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia" by Bishop Meade Article LXIII - Parishes in King George County p 186)
      Last Will and Testament of Jeremiah Murdock

      Will Book 1, Pages 18-21 King George County, Virginia Records

      Page 18
      In the Name of God Amen. I Jeremiah Murdock do make this my last will and testament in manner following:
      Imprimis, my will & desire is that my loving wife Jane Murdock have the use of one third part of my Estate during her life and at her Decease the Negroes with their increase to be Equally divided (having regard to the following provisors) between her two sons, John & Joseph, I likewise give to said my wife my Chairs & Chair horses.

      Item I give to my daughter Peggy Fauntleroy one [Page 19] Hundred pounds & one negro girl named Nan & her Increase now in her
      Possession.

      Item I give to my son John five hundred and twenty seven acres of Land lying on Occoquon in Prince William County that I bought of Thomas Stribling. Also my Plantation of two hundred acres of Land lying in Orange County bought of Anthony Head; also a Tract of Land of five hundred acres bought of Capt Maximilian Robinson lying on Aquia run in Stafford County his bond and survey by James How (Hose) {mm note HOOE} acknowledged last Stafford Court and the Land paid for the 16th of last month which said three tracts of Land I give to my said son John & his heirs forever. I also give to my said son John after my debts & Legacies are paid one third part of my Negroes & their Increase together with one third part of my Personal Estate to him and his heirs forever and in case my said son John should dye without Lawfull heirs my will is & I give the before mentioned land & Negroes to return to my son Joseph & his heirs Lawfully begotten forever provided he doth not hereafter marry or cohabit with Mary the daughter of John & Elizabeth Marshall but in case he should act contrary to my Inclinations in & Respect my will is that he be entirely cut off from enjoying or possessing any thing more of my Estate
      before mentioned than the value of one shilling.

      Item I give to my son Joseph provided he doth not hereafter marry or cohabit with Mary the daughter of John & Elizabeth Marshall the plantation I now dwell on with all the Lands adjoyning in this neck which I bought of Conway Wormley Kendall Jr. also my lands joyning one Joshua Farguson & the Bristol furnace which I bought of Conway after my wifes decease to him and his heirs forever also three hundred sixty-two acres of land lying on Rappahannock River in Prince William County also my Plantation in Westmoreland County with all the Land adjoyning there & in King George being about six hundred acres bought of Kendall H???* Gaugh {mm note WAUGH} Jr. to him & his heirs forever together with one third part of my Negroes after my debts & legacies are paid and their Increase and one third part of my Personall Estate to him & his heirs forever [Page 20] But in case he should act contrary to my inclination in marrying & ? will is that he be cut off as before mentioned with one shilling only & in case my son Joseph should dye without lawful heirs my will is and I give the before mentioned land & Negroes to Return to my son John & his heirs lawfully begotten forever and in case both my sons John & Joseph should dye without lawfull heirs my will is and I give the before mentioned lands & Negroes to be possessed & enjoyed by their Sister Peggy Fauntleroy & her heirs forever after the decease of my wife. Item my will is that my Loving wife continue on my now dwelling plantation during her life & that all the land in this neck with my lands bought of Mr. Edward Conway joyning on Joshua Farguson & the Bristol furnace be accounted my now dwelling plantation.

      Item my will is that my land in Maryland formerly sold to my Cousin Wm Murdock for seventy pound Sterling which money as yet has never been paid upon my said Cousin's paying of said money I then give & bequeath the said Land to him and his heirs forever I desire my Estate may not be appraised.

      Item: I give to my son Joseph having regard to the before mentioned provisors my Silver spurs & Silver Caudle Cup that are now in the house the Caudle Cup being a piece of antiquity of my grandfathers and given me being the youngest Child to keep in the Family. I am willing to perform the will & heartily desire Particular Care may be taken if Possible to Reserve it in the Family to Succeeding generations.

      Item I give to Mr. John Scandrett son of Mr. Charles Scandrett merchs. in Bristoll as an acknowledgement of the many favours rec.d from that family one hundred and fifty pounds Sterling.

      Item I give to Miss Sarah Scandrett the daughter of Mr. John Scandrett formerly merch.s in Bristol as an acknowledgement of the many favours Rec'd from that family seventy five pounds Sterling.

      Item: my will is that my Executors Convert my Debts into Cash as soon as they Conveniently Can & that they purchase lands & Negroes with it. The same said Lands and [Page 21] Negroes I desire may be Equally divided between my said sons John & Joseph (having regard to the before mentioned provisors.) & their heirs Lawfully begotten forever I also desire that what Cash I may have by me at my decease
      be laid out in land and Negroes with it. The cash arising from my debts to be also divided between my said sons John & Joseph reserving to my said wife one third part of the Lands & Negroes so purchased during her life & after her decease to be Equally divided as aforesaid. Lastly, I do constitute & appoint my Loving wife & my friend Mr. Tho.s Turner my Executrix & Executor of this my said will hereby Revoking all other wills heretofore made in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this 12th day of Decemb 1750.

      Signed Sealed & Delivered to Jereh Murdock (Seal)
      be my last will & Testament
      in the Presence of.........
      Geo. Marshall
      Stafford Lightb???e_____
      Anne Marshall

      My will & design is that whatever of my personall Estate my son John or Joseph may have in their possession at the time of my death may be Recon'd and accounted apart of their third of my Estate given them by will as before mentioned
      Jereh Murdock

      At a Court held for King George County on Thursday the 5th day of October, 1752.
      This last will and Testament of Jeremiah Murdock Gent. deceased being presented into Court by Jane Murdock the Executrix therein named who made oath thereto as the Law directs and the same being also duly proved by the oaths of all the witnesses thereto is admitted to Record and is hereby Recorded
      Test
      Rob. Armistead C. C.

      * This could be Howe or Hews, but I cannot be certain.
      ** This is a superscripted c with a period underneath.

      Note: In transcribing a will, I have opted not to use the abbreviations used in the recorded will either because the abbreviation may not make sense to someone reading my transcription or the abbreviations were superscripted. An example of a superscripted abbreviation would be a letter with either a period or some other letter or symbol beneath the superscript letter, for instance "sd.", the d would be superscript with a period underneath or "Testamt.", the t would be superscript with a period underneath. These two words are "said"
      and "testament." If I thought the abbreviation would make sense to someone reading my transcription or if I could not translate the abbreviation, then I did the best I could to copy it exactly. Other than translating the abbreviations, I have tried to transcribe the document exactly as recorded. If I could not transcribe it then I placed a (?) to so indicate.

      Contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by A. Murdock smalldab@bellsouth dot net
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/kinggeorge/wills/rw297002.txt
      URL title: Last Will and Testament of William Riding
      Note:
      Last Will and Testament of William Riding

      Will Book 2, Pages 113 - 114 King George County, Virginia Records

      Page 113
      In the name of God amen. Whereas I William Riding of the Parish of Hanover and County of King George intend God willing in a few days to sail for the West Indies (Martinico); from whence perhaps I may never return, I think proper to make my last Will and Testament which I do in the following manner

      Imprimis. It is my Will and desire that in this my last Will and Testament my Wife, my Daughter Betsy Murdock Riding, & the Child that my wife is now big with, shall inherit equally of what I now possess, of what kind soever.

      Item. It is my Will and desire that should either my wife or the two children above mentioned die without lawful heirs that then the surviving two shall share equally my whole possession of ev'ry kind.

      Item, It is my Will and desire, should both of my said children die without lawful heirs, that then my Wife have all my Estate during her natural life, and after her decease and the decease of the two above mentioned children without lawful heirs, that then it is my Will and desire that my Estate be equally divided between the sons then living of Daniel Lovell lawfully begotten in my mother Elizabeth Lovell and further it is my Will and desire that all Debts that may be due or hereafter become due to me when collected shall be equally divided between my two children above mentioned or the survivor of them and in case each of them should die without lawful Issue, that then my wife shall have and enjoy the money arising from my Debts as aforesaid, and dispose of in such manner as she shall think proper and

      Lastly I constitute and appoint my loving wife Salley Riding whole and sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament.~
      In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fifth day of February in the year of our lord One thousand seven hundred and Eighty six.~
      Signed, Sealed, and Acknowledged }
      by the Testator to be his last Will and }
      Testament in presence of us... } William Riding (Seal)
      Ben. Johnson, F. Thornton, Wm Marshall
      George Marshall, (?) Johnson (the ? could be B Jr - it is abbreviated and superscripted)

      Page 114
      At a Court held for King George County
      The 2nd day of April 1789~

      The last Will and Testament of Wm. Riding decd.(as aforegoing) was then presented into Court by Salley Riding** the Executrix therein named, who made Oath thereto according to Law, and being proved by the Oaths of Francis Thornton, and Wm. Marshall two of the witnesses thereto, was Ordered to be Recorded, & at another Court held for the same County the 1st day of October, 1789.
      On motion of the sd. Executrix hav.g failed to give a Bond with sufficient security as directed by law Benja. Johnson Admin with the sd. Will annexed was granted to him, who after taking the Oath appointed by law entered into Bond with Wm Boon & Lawr. Balthrop his securities in the sum of Two thousand pounds for the faithful admins of sd. Estate

      Test Lau Berry: Clk

      ** Salley Riding is the daughter of Joseph Murdock and Mary Tankersley Murdock.
      Mary Murdock in her will dated October 5, 1783 names her daughter, Sarah Riding and her child. Joseph Murdock's will dated October 11, 1769 refers to his daughter, Sally.

      Contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by A. Murdock smalldab@bellsouth dot net
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      Marshall, Geo VA KING GEORGE CO. 1773 RENT ROLL

      Marshall, George VA KING GEORGE CO. 1769 RENT ROLL

      Marshall, George VA KING GEORGE CO. 1782 TAX LIST
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      Title Marshall, George, Sr.
      Note Place of residence: King George County.
      Note Court booklet(s): p. 4.
      Summary The certificates issued by the commissioners of the provision law include date, a description of the item impressed including its value, and the name of the owner of the item. Court booklets and lists compiled by the county courts contain excerpts from the court proceedings and lists of authenticated certificates. The commissionerís books recorded the date payment was authorized, the name of the claimant, and a description of the property.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Public Service Claims. Court Booklets and Lists (reels 1-4) (arranged by county).
      Biog./Hist. Note During its session begun in May 1780 the General Assembly passed an act authorizing the governor to impress supplies needed by the American army. The governor appointed commissioners of the provision law in each locality to carry out the terms of the act. The commissioner, when he impressed property, gave the owner a certificate describing what was taken. Between 1781 and 1783 county courts held special sessions at which certificates were presented and authenticated, and booklets listing authenticated certificates were compiled and sent to Richmond for settlement. Two commissioners appointed to settle the claims recorded those for which they authorized payment, and warrants were issued by the auditor of public accounts.
      Related Work These records are part of Auditor of Public Accounts. Administration of State Government: Military Expenditures - Public Claims. Impressed Property Claims and are housed in the Library of Virginia.
      ===
      From: James Hughes [mailto:jimony2k@yahoo dot com]
      Sent: Sat 5/20/2006 11:24 PM
      Subject: RE: George Marshall

      John Prewitt's book page 114.
      George Marshall, b. ca 1730. 7 Dec. 1753, (K.G. DB 4, pg. 67) bought two tracts, one of 100 acres and one of 30 acres near Reedy Swamp from Joshua Farguson.
      2 Aug. 1758, (K.G. DB 4, pg.. 381) bought 90 acres a graveyard excepted, adjoining the glebe land of Hanover Parish, from Walter ANDERSON.
      Witness,
      Merryman Marshall, etc.

      ===
      King George County Deed Book 4; pp. 380-384
      Indenture made first/second August 1758 between WALTER ANDERSON of county Westmoreland and parish Washington Planter and GEORGE MARSHALL of parish Hanover and county King George Planter .. by deeds of lease and release .. for sum Forty five pounds .. sold by estimation accounted 90 acres a Burying ground of half an acre Excepted joining the Glebe land of Hanover Parish ..
      Presence Robert Strother, Walter Anderson
      John Bodington, James Kay,
      Merryman Marshall
      At a court held 1st Narch 1759 " Deeds of lease and release .. admitted
      to record.
      ===
      King George County Deed Book 4; pp. 438-439
      Indenture made 1st May 1760 between GEORGE MARSHALL & MERRYMAN MARSHALL of county King George of one part and WILLIAM MARSHALL of same county .. Whereas William Marshall late of said county was in his life time and at time of his death seized of a parcel of land lying in parish Hanover in county King George and being so possessed made his last will and testament in writing bearing date 24th July 1746 .. among other things did give to his Eldest son William Marshall party to these presents the Plantation and tract of land whereon he then lived during his son's natural life and after his decease to his four younger sons GEORGE, RUSH, HUDSON and MERRYMAN MARSHALL to be equally divided among them .. and Whereas the said Rush and Hudson Harshall after the deathof the said William of the sd tract of land mentioned in the will are
      ===
      1753-1765 King George County Deed Book 4 (Antient Press); pp. 40-43
      Indenture made 17th/18th July 1753 between WILLIAM MARSHALL and ANN MARSHALL of parish Hanover in county King George and THOMAS TURNER of same .. by deeds of lease and release .. for sum of one hundred pounds current money of Virginia .. sold all that plantation or tract of land whereon Ann Marshall now dwells containing 123 acres the said land being ordered to be sold by last will and testament of William
      Marshall deceased after death of said Ann Marshall and the money arising to be equally divided between his four sons Vizt GEORGE, RUSH, HUDSON & MERRIMAN MARSHALL .. Rush Marshall one of the sons being dead, the other three sons with consent of Executors agreeing to sale on condition Thomas Turner do no way molest or disturb the said Ann Marshall in the Quiet possession of said lands during her natural life reserving to himself the Liberty of building on said land ..
      Presence George Marshall, Ann x Marshall
      Hudson Marshall, Maryman Marshall, William Marshall
      Robt. Jonson, Nathl. x Williams
      At a court held 2d August 1753 .. Deeds of lease and release and Receipt endorsed admitted to record.
      ===
      1753-1765 King George County Deed Book 4 (Antient Press); pp. 67-69
      Indenture made 7th December 1753 between JOSHUA FARGUSON of parish Hanover and county King George and GEORGE MARSHALL of same .. for sum Eighty pounds curt. money of Virginia .. sold 130 acres of land .. 100 acres of which is the plantation where Joshua Farguson deceased Father of above said Joshua Farguson formerly lived adjoining the land of Capt. JOSEPH MURDOCK, the 30 acres lying on north side Reedy Swamp separate from the other and adjoining on the land whereon ROBERT TOMKINS now liveth
      Presence Moses x Knighton, Joshua Farguson
      Robert x Tomkins, John Tompkins,
      Thos. Bowcock
      At a court held 7th February 1754 .. Deed of Feoffment admitted to record.
      ===
      1753-1765 King George County Deed Book 4 (Antient Press); pp. 380-384
      Indenture made first/second August 1758 between WALTER ANDERSON of county Westmoreland and parish Washington Planter and GEORGE MARSHALL of parish Hanover and county King George Planter .. by deeds of lease and release .. for sum Forty five pounds .. sold by estimation accounted 90 acres a Burying ground of half an acre Excepted joining the Glebe land of Hanover Parish ..
      Presence Robert Strother, Walter Anderson
      John Bodington, James Kay,
      Merryman Marshall
      At a court held 1st March 1759 .. Deeds of lease and release .. admitted to record.
      ===
      1773-1780 King George County Deed Book (Antient Press); pp. 1237-1237a
      THIS INDENTURE made this Sixth day of February one thousand seven hundred and Eighty two Between GEORGE MARSHALL and ANN his Wife of County of King George of one part and BENJAMIN JOHNSON of said County of other part; Witnesseth that GEORGE MARSHALL and ANN his Wife in consideration of the sum of Twenty five pounds Specie to him in hand paid by these presents do bargain and sell unto BENJAMIN JOHNSON his heirs our right title & interest of a certain Plantation and tract of land situate in Parish of Hanover in County of King George containing One hundred acres, which Land WILLIAM MARSHALL SENR. deceased, purchased of JOHN INGLAND and divised the same to his Son, BENJAMIN MARSHALL during his life and after his decease to descend to his four Sons, GEORGE, RUSH, HUDSON & MERRYMAN MARSHALL or the survivors of them to be equally divided amongst them as they shall think proper and which was recorded in County Court of King George which land hereby conveyed or meant to be conveyed be the same more or less lieth between the Lands of THOMAS TURNER, SAMUEL KENDALL JUNR, and ANDREW HARRISON containing One hundred acres by estimation. Together with all houses orchards profits & emoluments to said Land with appurtenances, To have and to hold the Plantation and tract of Land unto BENJAMIN JOHNSON his heirs; And GEORGE MARSHALL and ANN his Wife their heirs the Plantation and tract of land with the appurtenances unto BENJAMIN JOHNSON and his heirs against said GEORGE MARSHALL and ANN his Wife and their heirs will warrant and defend against the claim of every person; In Witness whereof the said GEORGE MARSHALL and ANN his Wife have hereunto put their hands and seals the day and year aforesaid
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      JAMES CARIER, GEORGE MARSHALL
      FRANCIS THORNTON, YOUNGER JOHNSON ANN MARSHALL
      Received of BENJAMIN JOHNSON Twenty five pounds Specie being the consideration expressed in the aforesaid Deed February 6th day 1782
      Test JAMES CARTER, GEORGE MARSHALL
      FRANCIS THORNTON, YOUNGER JOHNSON
      In the Name of the Commonwealth of Virginia to THOMAS BERRY, WILLIAM HOOE and BURDIT ASHTON Gentlemen, Greeting. Whereas GEORGE MARSHALL & ANN MARSHALL of County of King George by their certain Deed of Bargain & Sale (the Commission for the privy examination of ANN, the Wife of GEORGE MARSHALL); Witness JOSEPH ROBINSON, Clerk of our said County Court of King George the 17th day of January 1782, in the Seventh year of this Commonwealth JOS: ROBINSON, C: Court
      By virtue of the within Writ to us directed, we the Subscribers went to the House of Mr. GEORGE MARSHALL and then and there examined the within mentioned ANN MARSHALL, Wife to said GEORGE MARSHALL, seperately and apart from her said Husband (the return of the execution of the privy examination of ANN MARSHALL); Given under our hands and seals at King George County the 1st day of May 1782
      THOMAS BERRY
      WILLIAM HOOE
      At a Court held for King George County the 7th day of February 1782
      This Indented Deed of Bargain and Sale from under the hands and seals of GEORGE MARSHALL and ANN his Wife to BENJAMIN JOHNSON with the Rect. thereon Indorsed, she being first privately examined by virtue of a Commission, was presented into Court by the said BENJAMIN JOHNSON and proved by the Oatb.es of JAMES CARTER, FRANCIS THORNTON and YOUNGER JOHNSON, witnesses thereto, and on the motion of the said BENJAMIN was ordered to be recorded
      Test JOS: ROBINSON, C: Cour