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

David Anderson

Male 1631 - Bef 1692  (< 60 years)


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  • Name David Anderson 
    Born 1631  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 1692  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I024192  Tree1
    Last Modified 23 Jun 2018 

    Family Elizabeth MNU Sturman,   b. 1631, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1659, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 29 years) 
    Married 1659  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. David Anderson,   b. Abt 1660, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. George Anderson,   b. Abt 1660, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1707, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years)
    Last Modified 23 Jun 2018 
    Family ID F14861  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • === Old Rappahannock Co. Va
      Transported 29 Nov 1674 (with 179 other persons) by Mr. James Harrison, John Rowzee & Eliz, Margerett, Anne & Elin Mott, the 4 orphans of Mr. Geo Mott; 9019 acres on the S. side of Rappa River about 6 miles up the falls.
      Cavaliers & Pioneers pg 159, Patent Book 6 p 546,:

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      URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~anderson/va/trees/david.html
      URL title: Descendants of David Anderson

      14 Jan 1664/5. David Anderson and Elizabeth, wife of David, of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, to Major John Washington [great-grandfather of George]. For a valuable consideration. All my interest of this patent with all the land conveyed by Henry Brooks to me, as also all land that we possessed by virtue of an order of Westmoreland County court and have been for five years possessed without commencement of suit by Henry Brooks. Signed: David Anderson, Elizabeth Anderson. Recorded 1 Mar 1664. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc., 1665-1677, page 252.
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      Source: Rick Thomas: Alexandria, Virginia
      From: ricksthomas@msn.com
      From: thomasrick@atec.army.mil
      http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/e/e/Ann-L-Beeler/index.html

      28th 9ber 1666. #354. The court doth order Mr. David Anderson do immediately perform the order of Westmoreland court concerning Richard Sturman, son of John Sturman, else within 20 days deliver the said orphans to the sheriff of Westmoreland or his his order. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book 1664-1668

      3 Apr 1667. #402. Whereas it doth appear to this court that David Anderson stands indebted to Capt. John Lee 2,000 pounds of tobacco and cask by bill dated the 4th of Jully 1664 and due the 20th October following. The court doth order that the said Anderson forthwith pay to the said Lee or his assignees the said sum of 2,000 pounds of tobacco and cask with forebearance and costs of suit else execution. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1664-1668, page 72.

      3 Apr 1667. #404. Whereas it doth appear to this court that David Anderson stands indebted to Lt. Colo. John Washington 2,624 pounds of tobacco and cask by bill as also several goods as appears by account on record the court doth therefore order that the said Anderson forthwith pay to the said John Washington the sum of 2,624 pounds of tobacco and cask and the said goods in kind with charges of court else execution. Whereas Lt. Colo. John Washington did acknowledge that he stood indebted to David Anderson 87 foote of glass and 7 iron casements deyed and one water barr hookes and tacke the court doth therefore order that the said Colo. Washington pay to the said Anderson the said 87 foote of glass and sd casements forthwith else execution. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1664-1668, page 72.

      14 Apr 1679. Recorded 1688. Know all men by these presents that I, Wiliam Heabeard of ye county of Stafford...land to Charles Baldridge...bordering line of Mr. David Anderson's land...[gives more directions around property]...westerly upon the land of David Anderson which said land more or less with ye plantation housing and orchard...in case of mortality ...apoint in my stead Martin Scarlett. Witnesses: Martin Scarlett, William Swetnam, Sarah West. Signed William Heabeard. Stafford County, Virginia Deed and Will Abstracts, 1686-1689, page 103.

      19 Feb 1658/9. Ralph Elston appoint David Anderson my attorney for this present court. Witnesses: John Bell, Elizabeth Anderson. Recorded 26 Feb 1658/9. Westmoreland County, Virginia Records, 1658-1661, page 122.

      11 Jul 1659. Simon Overzee constitute my loving friend Mr. John Lord to demand of David Anderson intermarried with the widow of John Hallows all such tobacco as is coming to me... Westmoreland County, Virginia Records, 1658-1661, page 139.

      14 May 1660. Mr. Nathaniel Pope. Inventory. Debts by bill [due from]...Robert Wyatt, David Anderson, John Withers... Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Wills, Etc., 1661-1662, page 8a-10a.

      20 Apr 1660. This bill bindeth me Richard Cole to pay to David Anderson 400 pounds of tobacco by 10 October next in consideration of patent which Richard Cole did engage to patent survey and right of 140 acres to David Anderson. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Wills, Etc., 1661-1662, page 20a.

      14 Jun 1660. Thomas Pope, David Anderson witnesses for sale of land between Daniel White and Nathaniel Jones. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Wills, Etc., 1661-1662, page 19a-20a.

      14 Jan 1664/5. David Anderson and Elizabeth, wife of David, of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, to Major John Washington [great-grandfather of George]. For a valuable consideration. All my interest of this patent with all the land conveyed by Henry Brooks to me, as also all land that we possessed by virtue of an order of Westmoreland County court and have been for five years possessed without commencement of suit by Henry Brooks. Signed: David Anderson, Elizabeth Anderson. Recorded 1 Mar 1664. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc., 1665-1677, page 252.

      29 Jan 1667/8. David Anderson of Stafford County, planter, appoint my friend John Foxhall my attorney to receive a debt due... Recorded 15 Mar 1667/8. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc., 1665-1677, page 109.

      28 Mar 1675. A John Anderson [called the sloop man] and a James Green are mentioned in a deposition by Jane Burton. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc., 1665-1677, pages 229 and 230.

      7 Apr 1675. List of bills left with Alexander Doniphan: ...Mr. Waught...Martin Scarlet...List of accounts left with Mr. Doniphan: ...David Anderson...Henry Bayly...Mr. Giles Brent. Recorded 21 Nov 1677. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc., 1665-1677, pages 344-345a.

      21 Sep 1675. Will of John Washington, Gent.,...Unto my son John Washington that plantation whereon I now live which I bought of David Anderson [Andrewson in recorded copy] that plantation next to Mr. John Foxhall that I bought and the seat of land of about 400 acres... Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc., 1665-1677, pages 365a-366.

      Note 2: Concerning the April 1675 record--clearly ties the Andersons of Stafford/Fairfax Counties to a branch of Andersons who went to Camden County, SC. That John Anderson's two oldest sons were named Bailey and Scarlett Anderson. There other records showing association with a man whose last name was Brent. This Anderson family had ties to Carneys (Kearneys) and Cliftons.

      Children of David Anderson and Elizabeth ? are:

      i. David Anderson, born Abt. 1665 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

      ii. George Anderson, born Abt. 1670. He married Sarah ?.

      Notes for George Anderson:

      12 Jun 1690. #780. Abraham Beckington complains against George Anderson [Undersheriff] for that said Anderson stands indebted...sum of five bushels of Indian corn and refuseth to pay...court orders the payment of corn or 200 pounds of tobacco. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 73.

      18 May 1693. #407. Capt. Martin Scarlett...took the oath of a Justice of the Peace...and oath of high sheriff...George Anderson did this day come into court and after taking the oaths appointed by act of Parliament with the test did after take the oath of undersheriff for this county and Capt. George Mason became security with him to Capt. Martin Scarlet, high sheriff of this county, for the due performance of his office of undersheriff accordingly. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book 1692-1693, page 350.

      Note: Sheriff Scarlett and Under-Sheriff George Anderson together. This could suggest that the John Anderson, with eldest sons of Bailey and Scarlett, was related to George Anderson.

      27 Jan 1696/7. George Anderson is a witness to a record by George Hardwick. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 2, 1691-1699, pages 88-88a.

      Notes for Sarah ?:

      10 Oct 1700. I do acknowledge I have received tobacco amounting to the value of 950 pounds since the inventory given in belonging to the estate of my husband Joseph Newton. Signed: Sarah Anderson. Stafford County, Virginia Deed and Will Abstracts, 1699-1709, page 49.

      i. David Anderson was born Abt. 1665 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He married Jane ?.

      14 Mar 1689/90. #647. Ordered that Joseph Newton shall pay unto Charles Baldridge and David Anderson immediately 80 pounds of tobacco per piece for their attendance two days at court in a suit pending between him and Abraham Beckington... Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 31.

      12 Jun 1690. #780. Abraham Beckington complains against George Anderson [Undersheriff] for that said Anderson stands indebted...sum of five bushels of Indian corn and refuseth to pay...court orders the payment of corn or 200 pounds of tobacco. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 73.

      Note: This David and George Anderson must be related--notice Abraham Beckington mentioned in both records. Other records suggest same likely relationship.

      11 Nov 1692. #259 and #260. David Anderson (259) and Martin Scarlet (260) mentioned in successive court records. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1692-1693, page 298.

      8 Feb 1692/3. ...I, David Anderson of ye county of Stafford, this first day of Decembr in ye year 1692...for the sum of 9,000 pounds tobacco and cask in hand paid by Thomas Harris of Stafford County have sold unto ye said Thomas Harris, his heirs forever, a tract of land being in Pazbetanzy Forest upon ye branches of Maulle's Swamp containing 350 acres this land was taken by my father David Anderson, deceased...patent received in James City 27 Apr 1668 & fallen to me David Anderson, his son David Anderson (son to David, his son, deced as his eldest son and heir)... Witness: William Buckner, Rice Hooe, Theodorick Blande. Signed: David Anderson. Stafford County, Virginia Deed and Will Abstracts, 1689-1693, pages 277a-278.

      8 Feb 1692/3. I, Jane Anderson, wife of ye within named David Anderson, do appoint Joseph Newton my true and lawful attorney for me to acknowledge this deed of land to ye within mentioned Thomas Harris as witness... Witness: Sarah Newton, James Price. Signed: Jane (mark of "A") Anderson. Stafford County, Virginia Deed and Will Abstracts, 1689-1693, page 278a.

      28 Aug 1755. John Anderson was witness to the writing of a will by Charles Brent. Stafford County, Virginia Will Book, 1748-1767, Liber O, pages 317-319. [Likely related to Brents in St. Mary's County, Maryland].

      13 Apr 1756. ...6,000 acres above the head of Potomac Creek to John Matthews his heirs forever and the said 850 acres was by Matthews sold to Archibald Cooms and heirs...and by said Cooms to David Anderson and his heirs forever and by said Anderson to Magne Barrett... Stafford County, Virginia Deed Book P, pages 98-101.

      11 May 1762. ...listing of estate of John Johnson...to...Thomas Overton...Michael Ferrell...Watt Anderson... Stafford County, Virginia Will Book, 1748-1767, Liber O, pages 409-412.
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      James Hughes 2005-12-29 11:29:55
      Individual Notes

      DAVID ANDERSON OF STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA

      David Anderson was born before 1634 probably in England and died in Stafford County, Virginia.

      1653-1657 Westmoreland County, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol XXIII; Abstracted by Beverley Fleet
      P62. "David Anderson aged 25 yeares or therebouts being sworned and examined saith that Henry Brookes solde to this Depon't a boy named Robert Cockrell for one yearee and that the saide Brookes did make no Assignment of the said boy". Etc. That Indenture were delivered with the boy by Brookes. Signed David Anderson. 20 Aug 1656. Jurate in Cur.

      Notes for David Anderson:
      David Anderson & Richard Coale
      10/24/1655 150 acres Westmoreland County 100 acres NWly upon a creek dividing this from land of Hercules Bridges, 50 acres Nly upon said land and land of Henry Brookes. Richard Coale sold to David Anderson who sold in 1664 to John Washington ancestor of George Washington

      David Anderson
      04/27/1668 800 acres Stafford County
      W branch of Pasbetancy Creek adj. Wm. & John Habeard. 400 acres granted to Thomas Friswell assigned to Abraham Rouse assigned to Gerard Fouke assigned to William Tilt assigned back to Fouke assigned to Anderson. 400 fro transport 8 persons transferred from John Ashton's 11/16/1664 patent
      1668 adj. John Matthews Pasbetansey Creek Stafford County
      1668 imported by Joseph Bridger to Isle Of Wight Co.
      1669 adj. John and William Heabeard Stafford Co.
      1673 imported by Henry Batts to Charles City County
      1674 imported by JAMES HARRISON south of Rappahanock River
      1064a branches of Pasbitanzy Creek adj Thomas Harris & Richard Bryan

      David Anderson was an early resident of the base of the northern neck of Virginia. The county name changes make it appear that he
      moved up the Potomac but I would have to carefully trace his land to determine if he moved at all. It is likely that his descendants
      moved up the Potomac River to the Shenandoah Valley where in the 18th century there is a long string of David Anderson families.

      See David ANDERSON in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS
      JOHN MATHEWES. 1050 acs, Stafford Co.. formerly part of W'moreland, 25 Apr. 1668, p. 125. 550 acs. beg. on the W.most side of the S. W. br. of Pasbetansey Cr., opposite land of David Anderson, formerly Abraha. Rouse; 500 acs. adj. same. 550'acs. granted to John Dainely, Merchant, 4 Sept 1661, who sold to Tho. Pritchett & Francis West, 5 Mar. 1661, who sold to David Anderson. 3 Feb. 1662, who sold to sd. Mathewes 25 Mar. 1668; 500 acs. granted to Xpofer. Lunn, 1S Mar. 1662, who sold, to Wm. Horton 24 Feb. 1663. who assigned to ad. Mathewes 17 Dec. 1667.
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      Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 14
      WASHINGTON, JOHN, 21, 7br. 1665; 10 January 1677. To be buried on plantation where I live by ye side of my wife yt is already dead and two children of mine. To my eldest sonne (???) by my father Pope made over to me. To son Lawrence 5000 acres (my share of land) in Stafford Co. taken up by me and Col. Nicho Spencer, other land on Rosiers Cr. etc. To son John W. land where I live purchased of DAVID ANDERSON, land at head of Rappanock Cr. etc. Wife her thirds for life; Anne Washington dau. a diamond ring. Bro. Thomas Pope; sister (???) ten pounds I have in England. Bro. Lawrence Washington and wife Mrs. Anne Washington.
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      James Hughes 2006-01-17 10:05:18
      VIRGINIA MISCELLANEA

      Oct. 30, 1655. Henry Brooke, Shipwright, assigned 100 acres to Richard Cole and David Anderson. (Wills & Deeds, Book 1, p. 19.)
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      James Hughes 2006-01-27 13:57:55
      RICHARD COALE & DAVID ANDERSON 1655

      p. 326 150 acs. Westmoreland co.; 24 Oct. 1655;p.15(23) 100 acs. Wly upon a creek dividing this from land of Hercules Bridges 50 acs. Nly upon sd. land and land of Henry Brookes. Trans. of 3 persons Fra. Thmomas, Jno. Frizzer, Anne Perry.

      "To ALL &c WHEREAS &c. now Know Ye that I the said William Berkeley Kent &c. doe with the consent of the council of state accordingly give and grant unto David Anderson one hundred and fifty acres of land in the county of Westmoreland bounding Vizt. one hundred northwesterly (p.225): upon a creeke dividing this land from the land of Hercules Bridges, northeast upon a branch of said creeke, southeasterly upon a line funning from a marked poplar near the head of the said branch, south by west into the woods and 50 acres the other part bounding northerly upon the said land and the land of Henry Brookes westarly upon the main woods, the said land being formerly granted unto Richard Cole and the said David Anderson by patent dated the 24th October 1655, he the said Cole haveing assigned over his part unto the said Anderson and is now renewed in his Majesties name by order of the Quarter Court. Given at James City under my hand and seal of the Colony this 10th March 1662.

      March the 1st 1664. This patent was recorded (Recorded Deeds & Wills No.1, p. 251).

      p. 226: KNOW ALL MEN by these prestnts that I David Anderson and Elizabeth Anderson wife of the said David of the parish of Washington in the County of Westmoreland in Virginia for a valuable consideration already received of Major John Washington wherewith we doe acknowledge ourselves to be fully satisfied and dontented, doe assign over all my right and title and ingerest of this patent and the land therein contained with all edifices thereunto belonging with all the land conveyed by Henry Brookes to me the said David Anderson upon the records of the County Court of Westmoreland as also all land that we are now possessed withal by virtue of an orger of Westmoreland County Court aforesaid, and have been for five years possessed without commencement of suit by Henry Brookes of his assigns unto the said Major John Washington his hires and assigns to acknowledge the same at the next Court held for the County of Westmoreland unto the said Major John Washington of his assigns.
      IN WITNESS Whereof we have hereunto set our hands & seals this 3rd day of December 1664.
      DAVID ANDERSON
      ELIZABETH ANDERSON

      Signed Sealed and Delivered inthe presence of WILLIAM HARDISH THOMAS WILSFORD

      1st March 1664. This assignment was acknowledged in Court by the said David Anderson & Elizabeth his wife and then recorded. (Recorded Deeds & Wills No. 1, page 252). A copy-Teste:
      Albert Sturart
      Clerk, Circuit Court Westmoreland
      Co., Virginia., Feburary 19th, 1927.

      Source:
      Julihn, C. E.
      Julihn genealogy : (Virginia families)
      unknown: Second print. by I. and L.L. Ryder, 1978, 154 pgs.
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      URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~anderson/va/trees/david.html
      URL title: Descendants of David Anderson
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1686 - 1689; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      p. 103 KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that. 1 WILLIAM HEABEARD of ye County of Stafford have for a valuable consideraccon sold unto CHARLES BALDRIDGE his
      heires forever all my right and interest of that Tract of land given me by my Brother RICHARD HEABEARD the Pasture Excepted to begin at the line of Mr. DAVID ANDERSONs land and see to run close by the lower end of ye Orchard upon a straight line to the land of mine and my Brother JOHN bounded Easterly upon Mr. WILLIAM GREENE and Southerly upon a pceil of land sold by me to THOMAS FOLIO out of ye same Dividend Westerly upon the land of DAV1D ANDERSON wch said land more or lesse wth ye Plantacon housinge and Orchard thereto belonging doe for me my heires warrant to be good and Lafull for ye use of him the said CHARLES BALDRIDGE and in case of Mortality I doe by these presents appoint in my stead MARTIN SCARLET' to acknoweldge the above said lands in Stafford Court when required. As Wiliness my hand and Seale this 14th day of April 1679
      In presence off MARTIN SCARLETT WM. HEABEARD WILLIAM SWETNAM; SARAH WEST
      I the Subscriber being sworne saith that I save Mr WM. HEABEARD signe seall and deliver this wthin memond writing to Mr. CHARLES BALDRIDGE
      MARTIN SCARLETT Juratt in Coram Nobis 13 xber 1688 and was then recorded
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      pp. 277a-278 TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come 1 DAVID ANDERSON of ye County of Stafford this first day of December in ye yeare 1692 send Greetinge
      Now Know yee that I DAVID ANDERSON for ye sume of Nine thousand poundes of Tobacco & Caske in hande paid by THOMAS HARRIS of Stafford County have sold unto ye said THOMAS HARRIS his heires for ever a tract of lande beinge in PAZBETANZY FOREST upon ye Branches of MAULLES SWAMPE in Stafford County containinge three hundred and fifty; acres this lande was taken by my Father DAVID ANDERSON deced & was ordered to my Father by ye Right honorable Sr. WM. BERCKLEY his Majties Governor & Capa General] of Virginia wch by Pattent will appear beareinge date att JAMES CITTY ye 27th day of April 1668 & fallen to me DAVID ANDERSON his Son DAVID ANDERSON (Son to DAVID, his Son, deced as his Eldest Son & Heire) & bounded beginninge on MAULLES SWAMPE att a marked Poplar by ye run side of MAULLES SWAMPE neare WM. BURTONs Corne field fence & run thence SSW by ye said Patten 258 po. to a red oake wch wee marked the old one beinge downe thence WNW to a white take Att ye head of a Valley, thence paralell to ye first Corner wee to two red oakes on a point au ye top of a hill neare MAULLES SWAMPE to ye first beginninge. In Wittiness whereof I have sett my hande & Seale
      In presence of WM. BUCKNER, DAVID ANDERSON RICE HOOE, THEODORICK BLANDE
      This Deed of Sale was acknowledged in County Court of Stafford by DAVID ANDERSON to THOMAS HARRIS on ye 8th day of February 1692/3 and was then recorded

      I doe by these presents Impower and appoint WM. LOXHAM my lawful! Atturney to confesse judgmt. to SAML. HAYWARD for three hundred sixty poundes of Tobacco in ye County Court of Stafford. Wittness my hande 7 Fehr 1692/3
      THROUGOOD PATE
      Recorded this 8th day of February 1692/3
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      p. 278a I JANE ANDERSON Wife of ye within named DAVID ANDERSON do appoint JOSEPH NEWTON my true and lawful Attorney for me to acknowledge this Deed of Lande
      to ye wthin mentioned THOMAS HARRIS as Wittness my hande and Seale this 8th day of February 1692/3
      Testis SARAH NEWTON.. JANE ANDERSON
      JAMES PRICE
      This Deed of Sale was acknowledged by JOSEPH NEWTON Atturney of JANE ye Wife of DAVID ANDERSON unto said THOMAS HARRIS in ye County Court of Stafford on ye 8th day of Febry I692/3 and was then recorded
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers Patent Book 6 page 34
      John Mathews, 1050 acres, Stafford County, formerly Westmoreland County, 25 apr 1668 pg 125
      550 acres beg on the Westernmost side of the SW branch of Pasbetansey Cr opposite land of David Anderson, formerly Abraham Rouse; 500 acres adj same; 550 acres grantred to John Dainlely merchant 4 sept 1661, who sold to Thomas Prichertt and Francis West, 5 Mar 1661, who sold to sd Mathews 25Mar 1662; 500 acres granted to Christopher Lunn, 18 Mar 1662 who sold to Wm Horton, 24 Feb 1663 who assigned to sd Mathews 17 dec 1667.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers Patent Book 6 page 35
      David Anderson, 800 acres Stafford Co. 27 Apr 1668, p 130
      Bounded with the Westernmost branch of Pasbetancy Creek, beg on line of Wm & John Heabeard; and 400 beg as SE corner of said land; 400 acres granted unto Abraham Rouse who assigned to Mr Gerrald Fowke who assigned to William Tilt, who assigned to sd fowke who assigned to said Anderson; & 400 acresfor trans 8 persons., the rights due to this patt is trnsfrered from a pat of John Ashton's dated 16 Nov 1664
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 4; Pg 324
      RICHARD COALE & DAVID ANDERSON, 150 acs. Westmoreland Co., 24 Oct. 1655, p. 15, (23). 100 acs. WI?. upon a creek dividing this from land of Hercules Bridges; 50 acs. Nly. upon sd. land & land of Henry Brookes. Trans. of 3 pers: Fra. Thomas, Jno. Frizzer, Anne Perry.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 5; Pg 446
      MAJOR JOHN WASHINGTON, 320 acs. Westmoreland Co., 23 Mar. 1664, p. 161, (38). Upon S.E. side of Hollis Cr., beg. at an Oyster shell poynt, N.E. by N. upon Potomack Riv., N.W. by W. upon a cr. dividing this from land in possession of Mr. Daniell Lis- son, S.E. by E. upon a gutt dividing this land in possession of Widdow Brookes &c. along Richard Hills lyne 228 perches till it falls on line of Mr. Daniell Lisson &c. 125 acs, granted to Henry Brooke 14 Oct. 1657 by him assigned to Richard Coale, who sold to Davy Anderson & by him assigned to sd. Washington, & 195 acs. for trans. of 4 pers: Ambrose Couch, Robt. Alexander, Jno. Alexander, Samll. Short
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 35
      DAVID ANDERSON, 800 acs. Staff. Co., 27 Apr. 1668, p. 130. 400 acs. bounded with w'most br. of Pasbetancy Cr., beg. on lyne of Wm. & Jno. Habeard; & 400 beg. at S. E. .cor of sd. land, &c. 400 acs. granted unto Tho. Friswell, 19 Aug. 1659, assigned to Abra. Rouse, who assigned to Mr. Gerrard Fouke. who assigned to Wm. Tilt, who assigned to sd. Fowke, who assigned to sd. Anderson; & 400 acs. for trans. of 8 pers.* "The rights due to this patt. is Transfer'd from a patt. of Jno. Ashtons Dated 16th November 1664.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 76
      MR. JOHN HEABEARD & WILL. HEABEARD, 530 acs. Staff. Co., W. side of Pasbetanzy Cr., opposite land formerly Lunsford's, adj. Mr. David Anderson, a br. dividing this & land of Mr. Richard Heabeard; 25 Oct. 1669, p. 298. Part hereof by their patt. dateed 18 Mar. 1662; 180 acs. for trans. of 4 pers: Mary Sanders, Tho. Boreman, Jno. Barber, Solom. Johnson.
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      URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=23&last=&g_p=P4&collect ion=LO Patent
      Title Coale, Richard.
      Publication 24 October 1655.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: Westmoreland County.
      Grantee(s): Coale, Richard and Anderson, David.
      Description: 150 acres adjoining land of _____ Bridges, and Henry Brooks.
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 23 (Reel 4).
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      David Anderson & Richard Coale; 10/24/1655 150 acres Westmoreland County
      100 acres NWly upon a creek dividing this from land of Hercules Bridges, 50 acres Nly upon said land and land of Henry Brookes.
      Richard Coale sold to David Anderson who sold in 1664 to John Washington ancestor of George Washington
      1657 imported to Lower Norfolk by William Cornix