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

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51  Thompson, Henrietta (I079221)
 
52  Abell, Alethea (I079587)
 
53  Simms, Mary Jane (I080813)
 
54  Thomasin, Barbara MNU (I082721)
 
55  Toppin, Samuel (I084175)
 
56  Bryant, George (I084716)
 
57  Hinds, Mary (I084729)
 
58  Prestridge, Sarah (I085974)
 
59  Cheshire, Jonathon (I086466)
 
60  Roberts, John (I088336)
 
61  Strother, Elizabeth (I090005)
 
62  Helm, John (I091399)
 
63  Chandler, Stephen (I091777)
 
64  Thompson, William E. (I092855)
 
65  Pascall, Mary (I092948)
 
66  Alford, Thomas (I093453)
 
67  Hoskins, Unknown (I094035)
 
68  Smith, Family PG (I094966)
 
69  Mitchell, Priscilla (I096583)
 
70  Biscoe, Basil (I099642)
 
71  Tucker, Mary (I099751)
 
72  Lamb, John (I100458)
 
73  Chappelear, Rebecca (I102185)
 
74  Robey, Sarah Jarman (I102424)
 
75  Milstead, Chloe (I104329)
 
76  Gray, Sarah Eleanor (I104529)
 
77  Speake, Francis R. (I106006)
 
78  Bonsar, John Thompson (I112032)
 
79  McCarty, Daniel (I112175)
 
80  Lewis, Mary (I113623)
 
81  Beall, Martha Ellen (I125359)
 
82  Chiles, Agnes (I125385)
 
83  Hill, Dorothy (I128052)
 
84  Jones, Virginia (I130081)
 
85  Family F04157
 
86  Family F15472
 
87  Family F36647
 
88  Family F40208
 
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typ grant
ref CGB 55 p308-309
dat 16 Aug 1805
decl 2
to Samuel BROCKMAN
!Exd August 21. 1820 del'd to Col Valentine JOHNSON z
!order of Ambrose Brockman Admr of Saml BROCKMAN
!by virtue of a Land Office Treasury Warrant number One issued the !15th day of October 1779 re 39 acres by survey bearing date the 6th of August 1804 !ORCO on the Waters of Pritty's creek loc -55885 16927 F127 L0 P255 pt A) corner wo&p in the county line !corner to Moses Daniel, John Cole, William Goodridge !and Charles Douglass Junr. ln n49w; 175p; Moses Daniel & Sinclair Ozby's lines pt B) 2 fallen down dead pines !corner to Douglass's old patent (formerly Durritts) ln S39W; 70P; pt C) (the county line on a flat on the S side of a branch !of Prittys Creek and on a north hill side) !a pine Stake and pile of Stones lc s70e; 181p; County line end !
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typ grant
ref CGB 55 p307-308
dat 16 Aug 1805
to Samuel BROCKMAN
!exd Augt 21st 1820 deld to Col Valentine JOHNSON
!z order of Ambrose BROCKMAN Admr of Saml BROCKMAN
!by virtue of a Land Office Treasury Warrant #3,552
!issued the 9th of February 1803
!52a by survey bearing date the 27th of June 1804
re 52a Albemarle Co. on both sides of Priddys cr.
loc -62073 16403 F127 L0 P255
pt A) Beginning at a blazed red oak saplin in his own line,
ln N64E; 276P; his own line
pt B) stake
ln s12w; 68p; Charles Douglass
pt C) pine Stump
ln S50E; 4P;
pt D) stake
ln s78w; 234p; through his own land
pt E) stake
lc N62W; 8P;
end
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://users.rcn.com/deeds/pool.htm
URL title: Deed Data Pool-Albemarle.gz
Note:
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typ deed
ref OCDBk21p106-107
dat 22 Jun 1787
rec 26 Sep 1796
frm James Brockman and Mary his wife of Orange County
to James FitzJarrell Jr. of same county
con 38
re 60 acres in Orange County on Prites Creek
loc -62277 14768 F127 L0 P255
pt A) Beginning at a pine, a red oak and white oak on the
!side of a valley near a small branch on James Isbells
!line, running with said line, south to
ln s; ; James Isbell
pt B) red oak, white oak and hickery it being a new corner of Thomas Willeses Jr., ln ; ; Thomas Willes Jr. pt C) a small branch called Buflows lm ; ; down Buflow branch to pt D) Wins Creek lm ; ; along Wins Creeko pt E) James FitzJarrells Seniors line ln S33E; ; James FitzJarrell Senior pt E) corner pine on a hill over the creek ln N52E; 98P; pt G) pine and 2wo lc N33W; ;
!witn: Charles Douglass, Thomas Wills, Joseph Patterson, !Thomas Marshall, William White and May Burton Junior. end !

!
typ patent
ref VPB 31 p654-655
dat 10 Sep 1755
decl -1
to Tully Choice
con Importation of 5 Persons
!whose names are Anne Choice, Robert Stuart,
!John Weatheral, John Shotwell & Thomas Marshall
re 250a Louisa Co. on the Lower South Rork of Rockey Cr.
loc -111006 18917 F127 L0 P255
pt A) James Fox's c. large r.o.
ln N36E; 64P;
pt B) c. shrub w.o. in Fox's l.
ln N75E; 92P;
pt C) c. Ch. r.o.
ln S15E; 130P;
pt D) c. Ch. r.o.
ln S75W; 412P;
pt E) c. r.o. Saplin in ABCo. l.
lc N65W; 22P;
pt F) William Rices c. w.o. in the Co. l.
ln N49E; 150P; William Rice
pt G) Rices c. r.o.
ln N1W; 106P;
pt H) c. p. on the W Side Fox's Mountain
ln E; 48P; fm W side Fox's Mountain
pt I) c. of sev. Trees & Saplins in Fox's l.
ln S2E; 56P;
pt J) Fox's c. r.o.
ln E; 100P; James Fox
end 
Brockman, Samuel (I036383)
 
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Provincial Court Land Records, 1765-1770
Volume 725, Page 557

This Indenture made this nineteenth day of May seventeen hundred and sixty Nine Between John Rogers of Prince Georges County of the one part and Thomas Key of Saint Marys County of the other part Witnesseth that Whereas for the docking barring and extinguishing all Estates Tail and Reversions or remainders thereupon expectant or depending of and in the Lands and Appurtenances hereinafter mentioned the said John Rogers as Demandant did heretofore at the request Cost and Charge of the aforesaid Thomas Key prosecute and sue forth out of his Lordships high Court of Chancery his Lordships Writ of Entry sur disseisin en le post against him the said Thomas Key returnable and returned the provincial Court at Annapolis the third Tuesday of May instant whereby the said John Rogers did demand against him the said Thomas Key all that Parcell of plantable land being part of two Tracts of Land lying in Charles County in the province of Maryland one called Digges's Baltemore Gift the other called Digges's Addition which said parcell of Land is bounded as follows Beginning at the North East corner Tree of Mr Pile's Old Survey runing thence South west two hundred perches then North forty five Degrees West eight Perches then North Sixty eight degrees West twelve perches then North Seventy nine degrees West forty nine perches running down the branch to the head of the Creek then South seventy Degrees west fifty two perches then South eighty five degrees West twenty eight perches then South Seventy five Degrees West Ninety perches then North twenty Seven Degrees West fifty Seven perches beginning at the Mouth and running to the head of the Gutt called Stone Streets Gutt the remainder of the Courses running up the Swamp of the said Gutt to the Line of the Land belonging to M.r John Parry deceased thence North two degrees West thirty perches then North forty four Degrees East twenty eight perches then North seventy two Degrees East forty perches then North thirty degrees East Sixty four perches then North eighty eight perches then to the beginning Containing and laid out for three hundred and Sixty five Acres Also all those two parcells of Plantable Land lying and being in Charles County aforesaid heretofore Sold and conveyed by Thomas Parry to Philip Key deceased the one called Morris's Hope originally granted unto Richard Morris for the quantity of Seventy five Acres the Other called Batchelors Hope Originally granted unto Robert Page for the quantity of fifty acres both of which parcells of Land are adjoining together and Contiguous to the parcell of Land first above Mentioned and heretofore also Sold by Thomas Parry to Philip Key with the Appurtenances to which said Writ the said Thomas Key did appear in his proper person and vouch to warranty thereof the Common Vouchee of the same Court and such further and Other proceedings were thereupon had that the said John Rogers did by Judgment of the same Court recover his Seisin against the said Thomas Key of and in the Demanded premisses and the said Thomas Key did recover over in value against the Common Vouchee whereby a common Recovery of the aforesaid premisses hath been had and Suffered Now this Indenture that for the Settling and declaring the intent and use of the said Recovery and for and in consideration of five Shillings Current Money by him the said Thomas Key to the aforesaid John Rogers in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby Acknowledged it is hereby covenanted Granted Agreed and declared by and between the said parties to these presents that the said Common Recovery so as aforesaid or in any Other Manner had and Suffered and the Execution thereof from and immediately after the Suffering the same or any other recovery or recoveries of the said Mentioned premisses or any part thereof was Meant and intended to be and enure and it is hereby declared to be and enure and that the recoveror therein named and his heirs should and shall stand and be seised of an din the recovered premisses and every part and parcell thereof to and for the only Proper Use and Behoofe of the aforesaid Thomas Key his Heirs and Assigns forever and to or for no Other Use intent or purpose whatsoever in Witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably Set their Hands and Affixed their Seals the Day and Year first above written Signed Sealed and Delivered J Rogers (Seal) in the presence of us
John Davidson Thomas Key (Seal)

Andrew Bruce

On the back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed to wit

Received on the Day and year first within written of and from the within named Thomas
Key the Sum of five Shillings Current Money being the Consideration Money within Mentioned
to be by him paid to me J Rogers
Witness John Davidson
And.w Bruce

On the Nineteenth Day of May Seventeen hundred and Sixty nine Came before me the Subscriber one of his Lordships Justices of the provincial Court the within named John Rogers and Thomas Key and Severally Acknowledged the within Instrument of writing to be their
respective Act and Deed to and for the Uses intents and Purposes within Mentioned and the Lands and premisses therein mentioned to be the Right and Estate of the within named Thomas Key his heirs and Assigns forever according to the true intent and meaning of the same Writing and the Act of Assembly in such cases made and provided Before J B Bordley 19 May 1769
Recorded the 22.d Day of May 1769
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Charles County Land Records 1799-1801; Liber IB-3 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 163.
At the request of George Mattingley, the following Deed was recorded March 18, 1800
Indenture made November 4, 1799; Richard Key Heath of Cecil County, Maryland, farmer, in consideration of 150 specie paid by George Mattingley has sold part of a tract of land called "Witton" containing 110 acre and which is now in the tenure of a certain (un-named) and which land was purchased by Philip Key (great grandfather to the said Richard Key Heath) of a certain George Ward as by deed bearing date April 13, 1748. Signed R.K. Heath in the presence of Edward H. Nearey, John Rumsey (JP's for Cecil County, Maryland)
November 4, 1799; Mary the wife of Richard Key Heath relinquished her right of dower.
Certified by Jo. Baxter, Clerk of Cecil County, Maryland Court. November 6, 1799

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St. Mary's County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Covent Garden, 200 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1744 Patent Record LG E, p. 712 0 0 MSA S 1598-862
Covent Garden, 200 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1744 Patent Record PT 2, p. 117 0 0 MSA S 1598-863

Spend All, 98 Acres {lying in Charles County on Zachariah Manor surveyed for Benjamin Gardiner in tenure of William Beck. next to Richard Wilson, for the lives of John, Francis & Richard Key s/o Philip & Susannah Key}
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1744 Unpatented Certificate 426 0 0 MSA S 1598-3442
Spend All, Philip Key, 98 Acres 1745/08/17 Unpatented Certificate 426 3 0 MSA S 1228-431
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Luckland, Phili Key, 200 Acres 1744/09/19 Patented Certificate 418 3 0 MSA S 1205-428 {part of Luke Barber's 1000 acres} renamed to Covent Garden. NW side of Wicocomio River
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Gardners Landing, 100 Acres;
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip from Henry Neal 1751/04/19 Rent Rolls 7, p. 49 0 0 MSA S 1598-1388

Meltons Hope, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Melton, Thomas 1668 Patent Record 11, p. 141 0 0 MSA S 1598-2388
Meltons Hope, 150 Acres; Patent
Meltons Hope Rectified, 144 Acres; Certificate {Originally 1667 patent by Thomas Melton, lies next to Boston and near Chaptico Warehouse
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 11, p. 87 0 0 MSA S 1598-2390
Meltons Hope Rectified, 144 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 8, p. 385 0 0 MSA S 1598-2391
Meltons Hope Rectified, Philip Key, 144 Acres 1758/07/01 Patented Certificate 432 4 0 MSA S 1205-440
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The Weems, 517 Acres; Certificate {resuvey of James Brinner (1667), Clement Haley 400acs & contigous vacant land. lies next to Finchly}
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 9, p. 456 0 0 MSA S 1598-3887
The Weems, 517 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 8, p. 29 0 0 MSA S 1598-3888
The Weems, Philip Key, 517 Acres 1758/09/30 Patented Certificate 698 4 0 MSA S 1205-717
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Barron Doe, 93 Acres; Patent {resurvey Joshua Millers, Hobsons & Edens Land
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1762 Patent Record BC and GS 16, p. 280 0 0 MSA S 1598-302
Barren Doe, Philip Key, 93 Acres 1762/03/25 Patented Certificate 71 5 0 MSA S 1205-75
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Key, Philip {land records} (I092860)
 
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In the summer of the year 1810, Joseph lived in Mason County, Ke ntucky. He moved to Boone County, Kentucky in the fall of 1810 . He lived near the Bullittsburg Baptist Church at Idlewild.
Joseph joined the Bullittsburg Baptist Church in December of 191 7. He studied for the ministry there and the church called him a s deacon on July 2, 1826. The church issued Joseph a minister' s license in December 1829. He began his career as minister o f the gospel in 1833. The Baptist Church ordained Joseph a prea cher on February 3, 1834. He served the Bullittsburg and nearb y churches until he moved to Hancock County, Illinois in the fal l of 1836.
Joseph was one of the founders of the village of St. Marys, Illi nois. Joseph was a farmer as well as being a preacher. At st . Mary's he organized the Baptist Church. Joseph's home was a h alf mile from the church at St. Marys. He walked to the churc h and was the pastor for forty years. He reportedly aided in th e organization of forty Baptist churches. He was an active mini ster for fifty years.

Source: John R. Botts


Joseph lived in Mason County, Kentucky until 1810 when he move d to Boone County, Kentucky near the Bullittsburg Baptist Churc h at Idlewild.

He joined the Bullittsburg Church in December of 1817. He studie d for the ministry there and the church called him as deacon o n July 2, 1826. The church issued Joseph a minister's license i n December 1829. He began his career as minister of the gospel i n 1833 and ordained by the Baptist Church on February 3, 1834. H e served Bullittsburg and nearby churches until he moved to Hanc ock County, Illinois in the fall of 1836.

Joseph was one of the founders of the village of St. Mary's, Ill inois. He was a farmer as well as being a preacher. At St. Mary' s he organized the Baptist Church. Joseph's home was a half mil e from the church at St. Mary's where he was the pastor for fort y years. He reportedly aided in the organization of forty Baptis t churches and was an active minister for fifty years. 
Botts, Joseph (I026856)
 
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John Minor was a southern statesman who was a great friend of Ab raham Lincoln. President Lincoln reportedly wanted John Mino r on his cabinet but couldn't appoint him because John Minor wa s a southerner. The empty chair in Lincoln's cabinet was report edly for John Minor. Source: Beckie Botts

Member of Virginia State Legislature 1833-1839. U. S. Represent ative from Virginia 1839-1849. He was a political enemy of Presi dent John Tyler and a close friend of Henry Clay. He opposed se cession.

He was involved in dealings with Lincoln to prevent the War up t o the night before Lincoln's ships sailed to "resupply" Fort Sum ter which provoked the War.

First day of March 1862 Habeas Corpus suspended in Virginia an d marshall law effected. A hundred men under Captain Goodwyn, u nder General Winder (Andersonville), take John Minor Botts priso ner in solitary confinement in a small jail nearby.

"Auburn," located in Culpeper County, Virginia was deceded to Jo hn Minor Botts on December 10, 1862 as payment for legal counci l by Franklin Stearns.

John Minor was under confederate house arrest at "
Auburn" in virginia during the War. Auburn was the site where S tuart and 2,000 CSA Calvery narrowly avoided capture. Auburn i s close to the Culpeper Court House.

John Minor was the author of "The Great Rebellion, Its Secret Hi story, Rise, Progress and Disatrous Failure." 1866

He helped found Virginia's Republican Party, Source: David Bott s
VA Rep of Whig Party that tried to impeach President John Tyle r in 1843. He served six years in the Virginia legislature an d ten years in the U. S. Congress.
Lawyer, Congressman and Author 
Botts, John Minor (I026836)
 
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Magruder, Ninian (I111158)
 
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188 MARYLAND RECORDS--FREDERICK COUNTY
Gittings, Jeremiah 30
Colmore 14
Erasmus I
Jeane ................. 34
Virlinda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15
Cavia 12
Liley....... 9
Cassandra 7
Jeane................... 5 
Gittings, Jane (I057761)
 
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1736-1743 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 6; [Antient Press]; Page 133-134
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we WILLIAM BALLARD & SAMUEL HENSHAW are held & firmly bound unto SALVATOR MUSCOE, JAS. GARNETT, ALEXR PARKER & BENJA. WINSLOW Gent Justices of the County of Essex in the sum of one hundred pounds Steri. Sealed with our seals & dated this Hist day of June MDCCXXXVIII
THE CONDITION of this obligation is such yt if the above bound WILLIAM BALLARD & MARY his Wife Admrs of all the goods chattels & credits of HOWLETT CHENAULT deced do make or cause to be made a true & perfect inventory of all the goods chattels & credits of the sd deced and so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited in the County Court of Essex at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the sd Court & further do make a just and true account of his actings & doings therein when thereto required by ad Court and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any last Will &Testament was made by the sd deced & the Ear. or Exrs. named do exhibit the same in the sd Court making request to have it allowed & approved Accordingly if the said WILLIAM being thereunto required do deliver up his Ltrs. of Admon. approbation of such Testament being first had & made in the sd Court Then this obligation to be void and of none effect
WILLIAM BALLARD
SAML. HENSHAW
At a Court continued and held for Essex County at Tappa. on the XXIst day of June MDCCXXXVIII (those bound) acknowledged this bond to be their act and deed which is ordered to be recorded
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1736-1743 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 6; [Antient Press]; Page 135-136
PURSUANT to an Ordr. of Essex County Court bearing date the twenty first day of June 1738 We the Subscribers being first sworn before SALVATOR MUSCOE Gent one of his Majt. Justices of the peace of the sd County have valued and appraised the Estate of HOWLETT CHENAULT deced as followeth Vizt. items listed and valued to total Six pounds One shilling and Eight pence (some items being): three cows and a hogg; some lumber, a stone jugg ; an old broad ax and a pair of pott hooks, a parcel of lumber; a gun barrel and one old lock; an old razor; one old bed & furniture, one old tubb . Given under our hands this 12th day of July 1738
WILLIAM BALLARD ) ANTHO. GARNETT
MARY BALLARD ) Admrs. WM. TAYLAR JAMES NOELL
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa. on the XVIIIth day of July MDCCXXXVIII This Inventory & appraisment of the Estate of HOWLETT CHENAULT deceased was returned and ordered to be recorded
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1736-1743 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 6; [Antient Press]; Page 156-157
The Estate of HOWLETCHINAULT deced
Dr. (some entries): To Clarks &Secretarys fees for Admon; paid the appraisers; paid Capt. JAMES GARNETT; paid RICHARD HOLT; paid ANN DUELIN; paid SAMLL HENSHAW
Cr 1738 By the Inventory Six pounds one shilling and eight pence; by leather for a pr of shoes; by cash received (five shillings), by four young cattle . .
Errors Excepted per WM. BALLARD JUNR. )
MARY is BALLARD) Admrs.
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa. on the xxth day of February MDCCXXXVIII WILLIAM BALLARD JUNR. and MARY his Wife Admrs. of HOWLETT CHENAULT deced made up this account with the Court of their Admon of the Estate of the said deced and made oath thereto which was allowed and admitted to record And the Court valued the Tobacco therein at thirteen shillings per hundred
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1751-1759 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 12; [Antient Press]; Page 432-436
Indenture 15 Feb 1758 between THOMAS BALLARD of Orange County and WILLIAM BALLARD of same .. for 20 .. deeds of lease and release .. 200 acres near the head of the Blue Run .. bounded land formerly belonging to John Bryson . .
Witnesses: Thomas (X) Ballard
Frs. Jones
Barnett Franklyn, Jas. Griffith
Recorded Orange County 23rd February 1758 
Ballard, William (I126886)
 
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Decr. 13, 1770. Alexander Spotswood to Philemon Richards of Spts. Co. Lease. 196 a. in Spts. and Orange Counties. "Ben. Richards, Ben. Richards, Jnr., and Benj. Chapman," etc. 1000 lbs. tob. Js. Lewis, Wm. Richards, Thos. Brooks. June 16, 1774.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
ay 24, 1774. Alexander Spotswood of Spts. Co. to John Chew of same Co. Lease. 214 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Sd. Jno. Chew, Beverley Chew, and Jno. Chew, jr.," etc. 1000 lbs. tob. Thos. Colson, jr.; Js. Lewis, Wm. Richards. June 16, 1774.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Septr. 11, 1775. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Alford Williams of Spts. Co. Lease. 100 a. in Spts. Co. "Sd. Williams, his wife, and his son, John," etc. 600 lbs. tob. Js. Lewis, Thos. Fox, Benja. Burbridge. Sept. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Novr. 21, 1771. John Campbell and Mary, his wife, and Alexander Spotswood to Benjamin Burbridge of Spts. Co. Lease. 45 a. "John Wiglesworth and Philadelphia, his wife, and Mary Fox," etc. 287 lbs. .tob. Js. Lewis, Thos. Fox, Alford Williams. Septr. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Septr. 11, 1775. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Benjamin Burbridge
' of Spts. Co. Lease. 170 a. "Benj. Burbridge, Molly Burbridge and Jno. Burbridge, his son," etc. 850 lbs. tob. Jas. Lewis, Thos. Fox, Alford Williams. Sept. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Septr. 11, 1775. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Jervis Haydon of Spts. Co. Lease. 200 a. "Jervis Haydon, James Jones Haydon, and Jessey Haydon, sons of the sd. Jervis Haydon," etc. 1000 lbs. tob. Jas. Lewis, Thos. Fox, Benja. Burbridge. Septr. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Septr. 11, 1775. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Thomas Fox of Spts. Co. Lease. 284 a. "Barbara Fox, Lucy Fox, John Fox," etc. 1000 lbs. lob. Jas. Lewis, Benja, Burbridge, Alford Williams. Septr. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Co. Lease. 230 a. "Thos. Fox, junr.; Wm. Fox, Nathl. Fox," etc. 1150 lbs. tob. Jas. Lewis, Benja. Burbridge, Alford Williams. Septr. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Septr. 13, 1775. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Churchill Jones. Lease. 262 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., on s. side Rapidan River, part of a tract of 40,000 a. left the sd. Alexander Spotswood by his grandfather, etc. "Sd. Churchill Jones, Wm. Jones, and Betty Jones," etc. 13 2s. yearly. Will. Stallard, John Lewis, Jos. Somners, Jno. Rose. Septr. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Septr. 10, 1775. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Benjamin Grymes, now of Orange Co. Lease. 405 a. in Spts. Co. "Geo. Thornton, Molly Thornton, and George, son of George and Molly Thornton," etc. 20 5s. yearly. Jno. Lewis, Wm. Stallard, Jno. Rose. Sept. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Septr. 21, 1775. Alexander Spotswood to Thomas Burbridge, Senr, of Spts. Co. Lease. 100 a. 600 lbs. tob. Michael Robinson, Jas. Lewis, Jno. Munro, Jno. Horner. Oct. 19, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Feby. 15, 1776. Alexander Spotswood, Esp.., to James Lewis. Lease. 100 acres, etc. "sd. James Lewis, Ann, his wife, and Willis Lewis, his son," etc. 600 lbs. tob,. Jno. Craig. Benja. Burbridge, Allen Wiley, James Lewis, Smyth Tandy. June 20, 1776.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Jany. 1, 1777. Alexander Spotswood of New Post, Spts. Co., po. of atto., to James Lewis (present steward of the sd. Spotswood). Witnesses, Chas. Washington, Willm. Smith, Michael Robinson. March 21, 1777.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Decr. 7, 1776. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to James Hutcherson. Lease. 200 acres in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Sd. James Hutcherson, Peggy Hutcherson, and his son, Archibald Hutcherson," etc. 1000 lbs. tob. James Lewis, Jno. Meals, Willm. Smith. March 21, 1777.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Feby. 17, 1777. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Wm. Jones. Lease. 642 a. in Orange. Co. "Wm. Jones, Betty Jones, and Churchill Jones," etc. 30 curr. yearly. Wm. Stanard, Wm. Smith, Jas. Lewis. Sept. 18, 1777.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 3, 1777. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Jno. Simpson. Lease. 120 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. 680 lbs. tob. yearly. Richd. Jones, Henry Head, Jos. Brock, jr.; Wm. Clayton, Robt. Frank, Danl. Branham. Octr. 16, 1777.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 16, 1778. "Alexander Spotswood of New Post", Spts. Co., Province of Va., Esqr., grandson and h. at law of Butler Spotswood, decd., late wife of Alexander Spotswood, late of Va., afsd. Esqr., decd., and which sd. Butler was one of the four daughters and co-heiresses of Richd. Brayne, late of St. Margarets Par., City of Westminster, Gent., and Anne, his wife, before her marriage called Anne Begnold, Spinster, sometime before and on the 14th Feby., 1775, entitled to lands in the Manors of Greenshall [or Grunshall] Tower hill and Grunshall Netty in Co. Surry, Eng., and in Manor of High Cheer in Co. Berks, in Eng., willing to sell the same, for that purpose made Chas. Mortimer of Fredksbg., Spts. Co., Va., Doctor of Physic, Jno. Hopkins of Paternoster Row, London, Druggist, and Christopher Taddy of same place, Druggist, my true and lawful attorneys," etc., etc. Mentions certain deeds of lease and release made by him, the sd. Spotswood and Elizabeth, his wife, to the sd. Attorneys, for the better perfecting of the sale of the sd. lands, "and whereas, by the advice of the sd. Attorneys, he the sd. Spotswood, did further appt. Thos. Frost, the younger, Yoeman, and James Estone, Cordwainer, both of Shierre, in Co. Surry, Eng., his attorneys, and also appt. Wm. Bray of Gt. Russell Street in St. Geo. Par., Bloomsbury, Middlesex, Esqr., and Richd. Bullock of Cross Street in St. James Par., Westminster, Gent., etc., etc., and whereas, the troubles then existing between Gt. Britain and America interrupted all intercourse, etc., by these several powers of atto., might be affected, etc., during the suspension of Government, etc. Robt. Jardine now of Fredksbg., Va., Mercht., formerly of New Bond Street in London, etc., agreed to purchase all the lands afsd. of the sd. Spotswood for the consideration of 1989 curr. of Va. The sd. Spotswood hereby conveys the sd. lands to the sd. Jardine, etc., etc. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Feby. 15, 1776. "Alexander Spotswood of Newpost, Spts. Co., Va., Esqr., grandson and heir at law of Butler Spotswood, decd., late wife of Alexander Spotswood, late of Va., Esqr., decd., which sd. Butler was one of the four daughters and co-heirs of Richard Brayne, late of St. Marys Par., City of Westminster, Gent., and Ann, his wife," etc., etc., po. of atto., to Wm. Bray of Gt. Russell Street, St. Geo. Par., Bloomsberry, in Co. Middlesex, Esqr., and Richd. Bullock of Cross St., St, James Par., Westminster, Gent., etc., etc., to appear, at the next subsequent General or Special Court Baron held for the Manor of High Cheer in Co. Berks., to pray and procure that he be admitted tenant to all part or parts of Lands, tenements, etc., held in Manor of High Cheer as he the sd. Spotswood is entitled to as Grandson, etc., of sd. Butler Spotswood and as nephew and heir at law of Diana Brayne and Ann Brayne, late of St. Margaret's Par., Westminster, afsd., Decd., two other daughters and co-heiresses of sd. Richd. Brayne and Ann, his wife, etc., etc., etc. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Feby. 15, 1776. Alexander Spotswood, etc., co-heir at law of Diana Brayne, late of St. Margaret's Par., Westminster, Spinster, one of the four daughters, etc., of Richard Brayme of same place, Gent., and Ann, his wife, daughter and sole heir of James Begnold, heretofore of Shierre, Co. Surry, Gent., and Anne, his wife, po of atto., to Thomas Frost, the younger of Shierre, afsd Yoeman, and Jas. Elstone of same place, Cord-wainer, etc., etc. etc. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Jany. 1, 1777. Alexander Spotswood of New Post, Spts. Co., po. of atto., to James Lewis (present steward of the sd. Spotswood). Witnesses, Chas. Washington, Willm. Smith, Michael Robinson. March 21, 1777.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 21, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Benjamin Miller. Lease, 150 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Sd. Benj. Miller and Margaret, his ife, and his son, Benjamin Miller," etc. 800 lbs. tob. yearly. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 21, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Jno. Drake. Lease 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "James Drake and Winnifred, his wife, and Thos. Drake," etc. 600 lbs. tob. yearly. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 21, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Geo. W. Spooner. Lease. 104 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Geo. W. Spooner and Sarah, his wife, and Geo. Wm. B. Spooner," etc. 616 lbs. tob. yearly. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 21, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to John Simpson. Lease. 107 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "John Simpson, his wife, Frances, and his uncle, Francis," etc. 628 lbs. tob. yearly. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 21, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Jno. Wharton. Lease. 112 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Jno. Wharton, Jno. Schooler, and Samuel Schooler," etc. 648 lbs. tob. yearly. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 21, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Henry Head. Lease. 200 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Henry Head and Mary, his wife, and Phis son, Wm. Head," etc. 15 curr. yearly. No witnesses. May 21, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Novr. 19, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Robert Frank. Lease. 101 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Robert Frank, Elizabeth Frank, and Robert Frank, his sons," etc. 5 is. yearly, Jas. Lewis, Jno. Meals, Willm. Smith. Novr. 19, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Novr. 9, 1778. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr, to James Parish. Lease. 188 a. in St,. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "James Parish, his wife Lucy, and his brother John Parish," etc. 5 cash and 528 lbs. tob. No witnesses. Novr. 19, 1778.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Jany. 10, 1779. Alexander Spotswood of Fredksbg. to his brother, John Spotswood, of Orange Co. Whereas, the sd. Jno. Spotswood is possessed of several slaves it is conjectured the sd. Alexander may be entitled to. Witnesseth, the sd. Alexander makes the sd. John, a clear title thereto, etc. Test, John Rose. Feby. 18, 1779.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
March 8, 1779. Lewis Willis and Ann, his wife, of Fredksbg. to Alexander Spotswood of sd. town. 5000. Lots 45 and 46 in town of Fredksbg., inherited by sd. Willis from his father. Lot 121 in same town, conveyed by deed, June 2, 1761, from Fielding Lewis, and lot 61, conveyed by deed, March 11, 1772, from Benj. Grymes etc. John Meals Jno. Frazer Danl. Delozur. April 15 1779.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
April 15, 1779. Alexander Spotswood of Fredksbg., Gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, to Charles Yates of same town, Gent. 270. 180 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. No witnesses. April 15, 1779.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Augt. 29, 1780. Alexander Spotswood, Esqr., to Thomas Allen. Lease. 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. "Sd. Thomas Allen, Mary Allen, and his son, James Allen, etc. 600 lbs. tob. yearly. Edwd. Herndon, jr.; Richd. Young, A. Frater, Jas. Lewis. Oct. 19, 1780.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
March 26, 1782. Wm. Daingerfield, Wm. Fitzhugh, Mann Page, John Francis Mercer, Gentlemen, to Alexander Spotswood, Esqr. Whereas, an act of assembly passed Dec. 27, :1781, directing certain lands whereof Burgess Ball, is seized as tenant, to be vested in Trustees, whereby 1583 a. in Spts. Co., and 600 a. in Stafford Co., and the sd. lands are vested in the sd. Daingerfield, Fitzhugh, Page, Mercer, and Spotswood, in trust, that they or any three of them should sell and convey the same to purchaser and invest the money arising therefrom in other lands to be conveyed to the sd. Trustees for the benefit of the sd. Ball, during his life, and after his death to such child or children, etc., as he by his will shall think fit to direct, etc., in consideration of 1200, the sd. Trustees convey to the sd. Spotswood 1583 a. in Spts. Co., etc., etc. Witnesses, Jas. Mercer, Jno. Lewis, Henry Armistesd. April 18, 1782 
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26 Aug 1678 - 11 Dec 1678 (Northampton Co VA Wills)
Will of (Capt.) John SAVAGE, Gent. - 26 Aug. 1678 / 11 Dec. 1678 -

To my son John SAVAGE (not of age) the following eight plantations: John WEBSTER'S, Thomas BANKES', Robert HARRISON'S, Steven SCOTT'S Hendrick
ABELL'S, Thomas DUPARKS', William LAWRENCE'S, and the widow WEBLEY'S, the said plantations containing in thewhole about 700 A. And also 500 A. being part of 1000 A. which (Col.) STRINGER now leases from me.

To my son John one gun called "Chapman", a chest which I carried to England, my gold seal ring, and my silver wine cup.

To my son Thomas SAVAGE the plantations which (Lt.) Thomas WILSON, Samuel POWELL, and John BEUZY now live upon containing 400 A.

To son Thomas my gold stone ring, a silver drackine cup with the picture of a Swann in the middle.

To my son Elkington SAVAGE the three plantations belonging to Edwrd CABLE, John DAVIS, and Samuel CHURCH containing 350 A., and also 400 A. by a branch called Roody Branch and running north along the horse path until it comes to my north line.

To son Elkington my silver seale and paine silver drachin cup.

To my dau. Mary SAVAGE the plantations where Phillip MONGOM, Edward PERKINSON, and Peter DUPARKS live containing 300A.

To my dau. Susannah KENDALL and her husband John KENDALL all my right to 800 A. bounded easterly upon the main ocean, westerly upon the 400 A. given my son Elkington, and by the 200 A. given to my two grandsons Thomas and John KENDALL, and northerly by the land of Richard PATRICK.

To my dau. Susannah one gold hoop ring.

To my dau. Grace CORBIN and her husband George CORBIN the plantatins of Samuel YONGE'S, John ABBOTT'S, and Thomas CHURCHE'S containing 250 A.

To George CORBIN a pair of pistolls and holsters, a pair of silver buttons, and my servant Thomas OWEN alias? WIBBER for the time he has to serve (being one cropp).

To my grandchildren John and Thomas KENDALL the sons of the above mentioned John and Susannah KENDALL 200 A. lying westerly along the 400 A. given to my son Elkington.

To my granddau. Susannah KENDALL, the dau. Of John and Susannah, the 100 A. plantation whereon William COWDREY, my son-in-law now dwells, which I have given him for life.

To my good friend and relation John DAVIS 1000 # t.

To each of Jacob BISHOP, John HARMANSON, Hannah WEB, Anne HUDSON, and Mary BAKER a heifer.

To my youngest dau. [no name] now lately born 500 A. being part of the 1000 A. leased to (Col.) STRINGER.

My children John, Elkington, and Mary SAVAGE to be forthwith put to school for 5 years.

My son John extr. My friends (Lt. Col.) William WATERS, (Col.) William KENDALL, John MICHAEL, Sr., Thomas HARMANSON, and my two sons-in-law John KENDLL and George CORBIN to oversee.

To my wife Mary SAVAGE 20s or 200 # t.

My three servants Thomas TOMPSON, William MORGAN, and JARVIS COOMES each to have a cow calf.
Witt: John TANKARD, Tempus BEATHA, John [J] DUPARKS, Gabriell [X] POWELL, John COLEMAN - p. 315.
[Author's Notes: Anne SAVAGE (the wife of (Capt.) John SAVAGE) is the sister of Thomas HARMANSON - 1657- 1666, p. 226 {234}. The widow married William COWDRY - 1679-1683, p. 219. The dau. Mary married Sampson WEABSTER - 1680-1692, p. 263. George CORBIN and Henry WARREN are dipicted as sons of (Capt.) John SAVAGE - 1680-1692, p. 24]
(Abstracts of the Wills and Administrations of Northampton County, Virginia 1632-1802 by James Handley Marshall, 1994, pg 103 & 104))

Combs &c. Families of
Virginia's Eastern Shore
(Accomack and Northampton Counties)
http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/va/east.htm 
Kendall, Thomas (I035098)
 
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Contributed by: James Hughes
WILL: William Johnson, 1766, Orange County, Virginia
Orange Co Will Book 2, pg 358-359

In the Name of God Amen. I William Johnson of the County of Orange being sick and weak but of sound and disposing mind & memory (Thanks be God for it) Do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. In manner and form following. Imprimis. I desire that my Body may be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter named and as to my Worldly of which it has pleased God to Bless me after my Just Debts and funeral Expences are paid I give and Devise as follow. (to wit)
I Give and devise unto my son Robert my land which I have in Culpeper County to him and his heirs forever but that he do not enjoy the same during the Widowhood of my Wife, who I desire may possess the same during her Widowhood.
Item. I give and devise the land whereon I now live in Orange County unto my son Benjamin, to him and his heirs forever, subject nevertheless to the use of my Wife during her Widowhood but in case she should marry again then my desire is that she shall have and enjoy one third part of my said land that I live on during her natural life.
Item. My Will and desire is that in case my son Robert should die without issue that then the land which I have devised to him shall go to my son William Cave Johnson and his heirs forever subject nevertheless to the limitiation above mentioned and it is also my Will and desire that in case my son Benjamin shall die without issue that then the land which I have devised to him shall go and descend to my son Valentine to him and his heirs forever but to be subject nevetheless to the limitation in favour of my wife as mentioned above.
Item. I give and bequeath to my well beloved Wife, Elizabeth, my mill during her natural life and after her decease I give the said mill to my son William Cave Johnson to him and his heirs forever. Item. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Anne Rogers, one feather bed and its furniture, also my blazeface bay mare to be delivered to her as soon as conveniently can after my Death. Item. I give to my son Robert my young bay horse which came out of my above mentioned bay mare and my riding saddle.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin one sorrel colt about two years old which came of my sorrel mare.
And I also desire that my said Wife will give each of my children (except my sons Robert and Benjamin and my daughter Anne Rogers) when they go from her to live, one riding beast. Item. All the rest and residue of my Estate I lend to my well beloved Wife, Elizabeth, during her Widowhood, and in case she should marry again or at the time of her Death, My Will and desire is that my said Estate, which I have lent my Wife, be equally divided among all my children which shall be then living or their legal representatives, except my daughter Anne Rogers, who is to make an allowance of the value of the feather bed and its furniture and mare which are to be valued when delivered to her, and the value of them to be deducted out of her said part of the lent Estate. Lastly, I constitute and appoint my two sons Robert and Benjamin, Executors to this my Last Will and Testament Hereby Revoking all other Will or Wills heretofore made by me. Witness my hand and Seal this sixteenth day of March Anno Dom MDCCLXVI.
Signed Sealed Published & declared |
By the Testator to be the Last Will | William Johnson (SS)
& Testament. In the Presence of us |
James Madison Robert During
John Cave Benj. Cave
Robert Johnson
At a Court held for Orange County on Thursday the 22nd day of May 1766. The last Will and Testament of William Johnson Decd was presented into Court by Robert Johnson Junr, one of the Executors therein named and was Proved by the oaths of Robert Johnson Senr, and Benjamin Cave, two of the Witnesses therein & ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of the said Executor who made oath According to Law, certificate is granted him for obtaining Probate thereof in due form he giving Security whereupon have Benjamin Head Benjamin Cave and Robert Johnson Senr entered into and acknowledged their Bond for the same in the sum of one Thousand pounds Current money. Test. Geo. Taylor, C.O.C.
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1778-1801 Orange County, Virginia Will Book 3: [Antient Press]; Page 156
Account of the estate of WILLIAM JOHNSON, dec'd. Negroes divided and legatees to receive from or pay to other legatees. William Rogers, Saban Ship, Cave Johnson, Mildred Sebree, George Eve, Benja. Johnson, Valentine Johnson, Robert Bradley, Robt. Johnson. Subscribers Johnny Scott, Ben Winslow, Prettyman Merry.
Returned into court 28th January 1787.

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typ deed
ref ODB15-395
dat 3 Aug 1771
frm Joseph Wood and Elizabeth his wife of Culpeper
to Adam Ahart of Orange
con 35cmV
re 200a part of Brooksby which Braxton sold to Littlepage joyning !riping the Octony line & Stapps decl 2 loc -65648 1143 F127 L0 P255 pt 2wo on NE side of a sm br in Stapps l th along his l ln n37e;183; pt 2 pines in the Octony l th along the sd li ln s53e;175; pt 2 dead pines c to Riping th along Ripings l ln s36w;183; pt 2 pines hk sap ln n53w;180;
!w: Thomas Scott, Jno Scott Wood, Benj.a JOHNSON, Tho.s BARBOUR. !ack; d/r; rec; 22Ag1771 end !
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typ deed
ref DB15-483
dat 3 Nov 1771
to Geo Twyman of Albe
frm Moorman Ballard & Minerva his w
con oe70 cmV
re 350a on Welchman Run br Swift Run in Orange Co
loc -70587 4913 F127 L0 P255
pt 0. Lucas' l c Jno Snell Junr at a fk'd ro
ln n50w;230;[m/b added]
pt 1. along Lucas' l to wo c Lucas & at Watson's c
ln s40w;250;
pt 2. along Watson's l to c in Sally Brooks l wo by br
ln s50e;230;
pt 3. along Sally Brooks l to Snell's c at sm pine
ln n40e;250;
pt
ln ; ; along Snell
!w: Richard DURRETT jr, Eliz DURRETT, Wm Wilson, Benja JOHNSON, !Richard Easton, Charles Brown !cert D/R 3Ap1772; proved by Brown 28My1772 & by Johnson !& Easton 23Ap1772 & rec end !
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!
typ deed
ref DB15-485
dat 3 Jan 1772
to John Snell
frm Moorman Ballard & Minerva his w of St. Thomas par. Orange re 545a both side R x's Pettys Ck pt Brooksby also pt land !Wm Mallory bought Robert Brooks loc -69487 9013 F127 L0 P255 pt sev'l wo bushes in Tarpley's l ln n50w;349; pt sm p ln n40e;250; pt fk'd ro ro ln s50e;349; pt 2 pines wo sap in Tarpley's l th along same ln s40w;250;
!w: Wm Flynt, Wm Willson, Benj JOHNSON, Rich'd Eastin,
!James Willson, Charles Brown d/r 3Ap1772
end


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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note: http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=587&last=&g_p=G14&colle ction=LO Grant
Title Johnson, Robert.
Publication 21 September 1787.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Related See also the following surname(s): Johnston, Jonson.
Note Location: Fayette County (Ky.).
Grantee(s): JOHNSON, ROBERT and GALASBY, WILLIAM.
Description: 862 1/2 acres beginning &c corner to BENJAMIN JOHNSON's survey of 5000 acres at the intersection of the most north line of Ash Emmersons preemption on Dry Run.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 14, 1787-1788, p. 587 (Reel 80). 
Johnson, Benjamin Dr. (I032279)
 
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Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State
Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES
(Assessment of 1783, Index)
1783
Charles County
MSA S 1437
John Dodson. 100 acres. CH 4th District, General p. 3. MSA S 1161-4-12 1/4/5/47
John Dodson. McDonalds Addition, pt, 100 acres. CH 4th District, Land p. 7. MSA S 1161-4-13 1/4/5/47 
Dodson, John (I102957)
 
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part II; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 77
HUMPHRY TABB, 50 acs. Eliz. Cittie Co, 25 Nov. 1637, p. 505. N. upon Harris his Cr., bounded by land of John Duckett on W. most side & running parallel to his own plantation. Trans. of 1 servt. called Richard Jenkinson.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part II; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 90
HUMPHRY TABB, 100 acs. Eliz. Citty Co., 6 May 1638, p. 567. Beg. Nly. upon a br. of Harris his Cr. &c., runing to land lately belonging to Capt. Richard Stephens neare land of Ralph Fludd, W. Sly. adj. land leased to Elias Leguard, S. into the woods & E. upon that side of Harris his Cr. which James Vaberitt liveth. Due for trans. of 2 pers: Copeland, Richard Ball.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part II; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 135
HUMPHRY TABB, 100 acs. Eliz. Citty Co., June 19, 1642, Page 824. Upon Harris' Cr. Due for his per. adv. & trans. of: Andrew Powlter, a servant.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part II; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 135
HUMPHRY TABB, 150 acs. Elia. Citty Co., Jan. 6, 1642, Page 825. Adj. land of Dr. Calvert, bounding on Point Comfort Cr., & land of David Poole. Trans. of 3 pers: Robert Franke, Eliza. Woodbridge, Gyles Sallett.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 220
HUMPHRY TABB, 1,000 acs. Northumberland Co., 9 Jan. 1651, p. 354. In Fleets Bay abutting N. upon Haddaways Cr. dividing this & land of Abraham Moone, W. Nly .along sd. Cr., S. upon another Cr. about 4 mi. from land of George Taylor, Ely. down sd. Cr. to the maine bay. Trans. of 20 pers: Robert Frank, Elizabeth Woodbridge, Giles Sallett, John Patriack, Glogs Bayes, John Guy, Thomas Parteete, John Fisher, Thomas Maw, Wm. Angell, Richd. Norton, Edward Barnes, Richd. Dobbins, Abra. Paternoster (?), Kath. Siliston, Richd. Albett, Wm. Benley, Henry Belling, Andrew Felton, Thomas Minstrill. Note: This patent renewed 22 Mar. 1694.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 461
ANN TABB, 66 acs. N'thumberland Co., 28 June 1664, p. 208, (108). Beg. upon a marsh at a Cr. issuing out of Yeocomico Riv., extending N.E. upon land of Thomas Hayles, N.W. to land of George Tompson. Granted to Thomas Sheppard 5 July 1653 & by Rich. Flynt, Atty., assigned to Jno. Gamoll & Jno. Palmer 14 Sept. 1657; reassigned to sd. Flint 7 Dec. 1658, who assigned to sd. Sheppard & by him assigned to Ann Tabb 27 Dec. 1659.http://www.archive.org/stream/williamandmaryc02marygoog/williamandmar yc02marygoog_djvu.txt 
Tabb, Humphrey (I072528)
 

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