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77751 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 68
HARDWICK, WILLIAM, 31 Oct. 1718; 10 March 1718.
To wife Elizabeth one-third of estate;
son James my plantation and my still;
dau. Frances 1 mare and a still;
son George 1 mare and a still;
my dau. Dorcas to stay with my wife until she comes to the age of 16 years.
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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 21
HARDWICK, JAMES, 7 February 1697-8; 30 March 1698.
Son William land I live on; son Joseph land adjoining; dau. Lydia Hardwick a caudle cup, ring and land; son Joseph silver hilted sword and belt given me by Capt. William Hardwick ; my wife's dau. Ann one shilling; dau. Lydia to remain with my son William until age of 14; personal estate to wife Ann and children Joseph, Lydia, Thomas and James; my brother Joseph Hardwick.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1694-1698; John Frederick Dorman; pg 261a [30 March 1698]
The last will and testament of James Hardwick was proved by Thomas Thompson and Charles Smith, a probat granted to Wm. Hardwick, executor therein named, and. John Wright and Elias Morris, securities, ordered to enter into bond. It is ordered Wm. Hardwick doe return a true inventory. It is also ordered that Benjamin Blanchflower, Joseph Hardwick, Henry Astbury„ John Wright and Elias Morrice appraise the estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1718-1721; pg 34
Westmoreland County Court 25th day of February Anno Dom 1718.
The last Will and Testament of WILLIAM HARDWICK, decd. was presented into Court by ELIZABETH his relict and Exorx. [JAMES son of the decd. being a minor and under age to accept or refuse the Executorship being appointed with the said ELIZABETH] and being proved by the oaths of JOSEPH HARDWICK & AARON HARDWICK two of the witnesses thereto is admitt to record and upon mocon of the said ELIZABETH a Certificate is granted her for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form. Ordered WILLIAM FRYER, JOHN FRYER, WILLIAM LYNTON & COLEMAN READ or any three of them being first sworn before his Majesties Justices for the said County doe some time before the next Court to be held for the County aforesaid value and appraise
the Estate of the said Testator in money and made report thereof to the said Court.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 61
Westmoreland County Court 24th ofNovember 1708
- The Queen v HARDWICK
JOSEPH HARDWICK of the Parish ofCopIe in the County aforesd, being called in question about the death ofHESTER PACE ofthe Parish and County aforesaid late Servant to JAMES HARDWICK, Brother ofthe said JOSEPH, after reading the Coroner's Inquest, Examination ofJOSEPH HARDWICK touching the fact and WILLIAM HARDWICK and ELIZABETH his Wife Evidences for our Sovereigne Lady the Queen in that behalf, it is the oppinion ofthe Court JOSEPH HARDWICK is baylable and do therefore admitt him to bayle for his appeareance before the Honble Mr. President and Councill at the next Generall Court on the fourth day thereofin order to his Tryall for the fact aforesd. WILLIAM HARDWICK and JASPER HARDWICK both of the Parish and County aforesd joyntly and severally recognizing to our Sovereign Lady the Queen in the sume offifty pounds sterling for that the said JOSEPH's personall appeareance then and there to appeare and answer he same, and to stand and abide the award ofthe Court thereon or in desent thereof the above recognizance to bee and remaine in full force, &c.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 61
Westmoreland County Court 24th of November 1708
The Queeny. WM. & ELIZA: HARDWICK
WILLIAM HARDWICK and ELIZABETH his Wife do each ofthem recognize to our Sovereigne Lady the Queen in the sume oftenn pounds sterling to appeare before the Honble the Generall Court the fourth day thereofto give in their evidence for our Sovereigne Lady the Queen against JOSEPH HARDWICK concerning the death of one HESTER PACE - A Proclamation concerning the improveing of the Staple of Tobacco published &c. 
Hardwick, William (I028782)
 
77752 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 70
POPE, NATHANIEL, gent., 9 March 1719. Inventory returned.
(no will)
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James Hughes 2006-01-27 11:44:37
Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 25

LISSON, FRANCES BUTLER, 11 February 1697-8; 23 February 1697-8. Buried near my father and mother in Appomatox; cousin Nathaniel Pope; godson Lewis Pope son of Nathaniel 2 cows; cousin Lewis Nicholas servant and tobacco; children of my friend Law. Washington Snr. residue of estate and he to be exr.
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1700-1701 Westmoreland Co VA Order Book; Page 113a [May 1701]
Judgment is granted Nathl. Pope against George Gale and Mildred his wife, Samll. Thompson and John Washingtons executors of Lawrence Washington &c executor of Frances Butler Lisson, for 2000 pounds of tobacco.

Judgment is granted Nathll Pope, prochein amy to his son Lewis Pope against George Gale and Mildred his wife, 'Samll Thompson' and John Washington executors of Lawrence Washington &c, executor of 'Frances Butler Listun, for two cowes devised to Lewis by the last will of Frances.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

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CAMPBELL, JAMES, 20 November 1702; 30 December 1702.
To John Higdon's sons, Original, Daniel and John one heifer each;
to Nathaniel Pope's two children Mary and William late of Richmond county when 21 years of age two cows and calves;
to Elizabeth Higgins' two sons 5 shillings each;
to Mary Triplett 10 shillings;
to Original Roe 2 years schooling;
wife Jane exx. and estate not willed.
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 39
ROZIER, JOHN, 28 September 1705; 31 October 1705.
To Nathaniel Pope clerk of Stafford and practitioner at law all land which I formerly gave to my daughter Elizabeth Leftwich, 130 acres for which he to pay exx. 3500 lbs. of tobacco; rest to wife Mary Rozier, exx.
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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 53
SMITH, CHARLES, Parish of Sittenburn; 16 February 1709; 9 June 1714.
Lands to son William and daughter Mary Smith; Nathaniel Pope Sr. and Mr. Joseph Bayley trustees; son Francis feather bed and furniture; wife Ann and children residue of estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1718-1721; pg 76
Westmoreland County Court 24th day of February 1719.
JANE POPE, Admrx. of NATHANIEL POPE, Gent. decd. peticoned this Court to give their opinion whether WILLIAM THOMPKINS son of JAMES THOMPKINS, decd. bound an apprentice to the said NATHANIEL &JANE ought to be Inventoryed and appraised out of the said POPE's Estate Upon consideracon of the matter It is the Court's opinion the said TOMPKINS is not to be accounted as part of the said POPE's Estate and therefore ought not to be appraised.
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James Hughes 2005-09-29 12:22:34
The County Line Combs of Old Rappa., Richmond, King George& Westmoreland Counties VA

3/4 Aug 1730-7 Aug 1730 (King George DB1-A:64-69) Indent. John POPE of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia to Joshua FFARGUSON of Hanover, KG County, £30, land whereon Joshua now live, 80 A, being all that remaineth of 300 A. formerly sold by Capt. Wm. UNDERWOOD Gent of County of Richmond Deced unto Nathaniel POPE alias BRIDGES Father to said John POPE.. said UNDERWOOD by deed bearing date 3 Aug 1696 said 80 A in Parish of Hanover bounded by land of Jeremiah MURDOCH; Abraham BLAGG; BLAGG'S Line, along former line of William UNDERWOOD deced to Nathaniel POPE to first mencd. station. also with the remaining part of 100 A. bought by William WHEELER sold to Nathaniel POPE Father to John POPE.. UNDERWOOD'S deed bearing date 4th Dec 1689 .. 80 A as also parcell remaining of the 100 A... To have and to hold John POPE doth hereby promise that the above sold land against claims of John PIPER & William ROE their heirs... s/John POPE, Presence Josiah FARGUSON, Moses [x] KNIGHTON. Ackn. by John POPE 7 Aug 1730... & Thos. TURNER w/POA from Elizabeth POPE wife of said John ... relinquished her right of Dower... s/Elizabeth [x] POPE, Wits: John [x] BURCH, George PARSONS. 7th Aug 1730.. (Sparacio) The above was Abraham BLAGG III. See Also Abraham BLAGG I in records of St. Mary's Co MD with Abraham COMBS of Old Rappa. Co VA & St. Mary's Co MD. Abraham BLAGG I m Margaret WEIRE, d/o Maj. John & Honoria UNKNOWN Ware (Jones)
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James Hughes 2005-11-07 17:30:37

Richmond County, Virginia was formed in 1692 from Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. Walther ANDERSON and Nathaniel POPE proved the Will of William WHEELER on 6 Jul 1698 in Richmond County, Virginia. William WHELER; will presented by Lewis MARKHAM, ex prov by Nathaniel POPE and Walther ANDERSON; 6 Jul 1698. Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 2 page 312
Wills of Richmond County, Virginia by Headley page 1 and 4.

Richmond County, Virginia

6 July 1698 Order Book 1 page 312 - William Whe(e)ler will presented by Lewis Markham, ex; proved by Nathaniel Pope and Walther ANDERSON

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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np90.htm
URL title: Individual Notes
Note:
Richmond County, Virginia Deed dated 2 Feb 1702/3 recorded 6 Feb 1702/1703. Nathaniell POPE of Westmoreland County, prectioner & law, deeded to William WROE and Judith his wife, for divers good causes and consideration me hereunto moving but more especially for and in consideration of the love I beare unto William ROE and Judith his wife, land scituate and being in the County of Richmond being part of the Devident of land I formerly lived on now in the occupation of WALTER ANDERSON beginning in the line next to Pottomack att a marked Hickory standing close by the Path that goes by the burnt Poplar Stump and standing close by the said Poplar Stump and running along the said path about one hundred and fifty yards to a small valley called Dogwood Valley and so down the said Valley and the meanders thereof to the utmost extent of the said land by estimation on hundred and fifety acres bee the same more or less, I say that part of the said Land next and adjoining to ! the land formerly belonging to William Wheeler now in the occupation and tenor of John PITTMAN TO THE SAID william ROE AND Judith his wife for and during their natural life and after their deceased to the son Originole ROE his wife for and during their naturall life and after their deceased to their son Originole ROE and the heires of his body lawfully begotten forever.
Signed Nath: POPE. Witnesses Witnesses Robert Payne, Jonas Scott, Jane POPE relinquished dower on 2 Feb 1702/3, same witnesses(Richard County) Virginia Deed Book 206-208, Deed Abstracts of Richmond, County, Virginia 1701-1704 Antient Press, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, McLean, Virginia.
James Hughes 2006-01-03 18:17:05
Jane BROOKE Higdon Brownd/o Henry & Lydia UNKNOWN Brookew/o Richard(?) HIGDON, Original BROWN, & (James CAMPBELL?)

The husbands of Jane's daughters, Jane POPE and Judith ROE, are documented by a Richmond Co VA deed dated 02 Feb 1702/3 and recorded 4 days later, when Nathaniell POPE of Westmoreland County, "prectioner & Law," deeded to William WROE and Judeth his wife, "for divers good causes and considerations me hereunto moveing but more especially for and in consideration of the Love I beare unto William ROE and Judeth his Wife and theirs Children… Land scituate and being in the County of Richmond part of the Devident of Land I formerly lived on now in the occupation of Walter ANDERSON, begining in the line next to Pottomack att a marked Hickory standing close by the Path that goes by the burnt Poplar Stump and standing close by the said Poplar Stump and running along the said path about one hundred and fifty yards to a small valley called the Dogwood Valley and so downe the said Valley and the meanders thereof to the uttmost extent of the said land by estimation one hundred and fivety acres be the same more or less, I say that part of the said Land next and adjoyning to the land formerly belonging to William WHEELER now in the occupation and tenure of John PITTMAN to the said William ROE and Judith his Wife for and dureing their naturall life and after their decease to their Son, Originole ROE and the heires of his body lawfully begotten forever…" /s/ Nath: POPE. Wits: Robt. PAYNE. Jonas (mark) SCOTT. Jane POPE relinquished dower on 2 Feb 1702/3, same witnesses. (Richmond County, Virginia DB 3:206-208, Deed Abstracts of Richmond County, Virginia, 1701-1704, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Antient Press, McLean, Virginia)

Judith BROWN was born in 1677. She died before 1726. She was married to William ROE I of Westmoreland before 1698, probably in Westmoreland Co, Virginia. William ROE I of Westmoreland was born about 1672. He died in 1730. Judith BROWN and William ROE I of Westmoreland had the following children:

17. i. Original ROE I was born on 29 Aug 1697 in Westmoreland Co, Virginia.

18. ii. William ROE II of Westmoreland was born before 1724.

Following the death of his wife, Judith, William ROE m next a Hannah, who is said to have been a MASON. We believe it possible that the Hannah MASON who William ROE married may have been Anne "Hannah" UNKNOWN, widow of John Combs of Richmond (c1662-1717)
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20 May 1753 (King George DB4:30-35) Indenture made 20th/21st May 1753 between Nathaniel POPE and Lucy his wife of county Louisa and Richard TUTT of Spotsylvania County Gent. . by deeds of lease and release .. for sum Two hundred and twenty seven pounds current money of Virginia .. sold parcel of land in parish Hanover in county King George adjoining land of said Richard TUTT containing 227 acres it being part of a tract of land formerly granted to William YARRETT and Francs WITTINGTON by Patent dated 29th July 1650 for 580 acres but by later survey 1st July 1712 by William THORNTON then Surveyor of Richmond County .. was found to be only 454 acres which by several more conveyances became Fee Simple estate of John TANKARD of county Northampton planter who by deed dated 11th January 1708 conveyed same to Nicholas SMITH and Nathaniel POPE .. divided by them on 1st day July aforesaid .. deed duly acknowledged in Richmond County Court .. above mentioned 227 acres is lower or Eastermost part allotted said Nathaniel POPE and is now the Inheritance and Fee Simple Estate of Nathaniel POPE party to these presents grandson to said Nathaniel and son and heir at law of John POPE his son ..s/Nathaniel POPE, Lucy POPE. Presence Frans. TALIAFERRO, Rd. BROOKE, Thos. TURNER Junr., Jo. FOX, Lawrence TALIAFERRO, James TUTT, William BARKSDELL At a court held 2nd August 1735 .. deeds of lease ad release and Receipt endorsed by Nathaniel POPE and Lucy his wife admitted to record. (King George Abstracts, Deed Book 4, 1753-1765; Deed Book 5 (partial) 1765-1773; Poll list recorded 15 Dec 1755, Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Antient Press, McLean VA 22101, 1987)
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James Hughes 2006-06-04 10:24:27
The Washington Ancestry and Records of the McClain, Johnson and Forty Other Colonial American Families, Volume 1, Page 375

Richmond County, Deed Book No. 2, p.

153]: WRIGHT'S | THIS INDENTURE DEED TO | made the eight day of October WASHINGTON | one thousand seven hundred & nine and in the Eight year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady Anne by the Grace of God of Great Brittain, ffrance & Ireland Queen Defender of the faith &c. Between ffrancis WRIGHT and John WRIGHT of Cople Pish in Westmoreland County, Gent., and John WASHINGTON of the Pish of Washington in the said County, late of Stafford County, Gent. . . . for eight thousand pounds of good Tobacco . . . do by these presents give grant bargain sell [etc.] . . . to the said John WASHINGTON 171 1/2 acres of Land Scituate part in Richmond County and part in Westmorland County beginning in St. Mary's Pish in the County of Richmond at a stake standing nigh a small red oak Saplin and running from thence north one hundred twenty eight poles, deviding this land from the land of John Riper (PIPER), Dec'd, to the line of Thomas MARSHALL dec'd, thence west two degrees Southerly along the line of the sd MARSHALL and Thomas ROBINS one hundred and twenty poles to a markt Chesnutt tree, being Corner to the said ROBINS, thence north one hundred seventy six poles along another line of the said ROBINS, thence west twenty poles to the Corner tree of Major Francis THORNTON, thence south along his line three hundred poles to a stake standing in the line of John WILLIS Senr., thence East one hundred & ninety poles along the said WILLIS'es line to the place where it began....

FFRA: WRIGHT JOHN WRIGHT

[Seals] NATH: POPE [Jr.] JOHN CHAMPE

At a Court held for Richmond County November 2d 1709 Daniell McCarty Gent. by vertue of a power of Attorney from ffrancis WRIGHT and John WRIGHT to him in that behalf made acknowledged this deed for land unto John WASHINGTON, Gent: &c. Test. M: BECKWITH C.C. Cur.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.jenforum.org/reeds/messages/29.html
URL title: Samuel REEDS c. 1645-1698 Va--1st 5 generations
Note:
Wills of Westmoreland County, Va.
REED, SAMUEL, 7 October 1698; 26 October 1698.
Land to son John; my two grandsons David and John Peper(sic PIPER) at age of 10, 2 heifers; land to son William, sword, gun etc; daughters Margaret, Elizabeth and Mary stock, household goods.

Westmoreland County, Va. Deeds and Wills No. 2, 1691-1699, Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman Pages 180-180a Will of Samuel Reeds, being weak in body, dated 7 Oct. 1698.

Unto my son John Reades the land he doth now live on. Also my horse tickler, bridle and saddle, one spotted burrow, one small gun, two pistols, one flock bed and furniture, in consideration that my son John deliver unto my two grandsons David and John Piper at the age of ten years old two yearling heifers. Also one iron pestle and the half of my working tools and all my wearing cloaths.

Unto my son William Reedes the land he is seated on and my house and plantation after my two daughters are married, they having the use of it till then. Also my gun called Scotchman with my sword and half my worling tools, and after my daughters are married I give him one iron pott with hooks and rack, they having the use of them till then. Also my large steelyards.

Unto my daughter Margaret my large brass kettle and my small steelyards.

Unto my daughter Mary two cows with one bull and one heifer yearling, one old mare with bridle and saddle and the feather bed I lay on myself with its furniture.

Unto my daughter Elizabeth one cow and cow calf, one two years old heifer and one two years old bull, and one two years old mare, with the feather bed she lies on herself with its furniture.

All the rest of my household stuff, stock of hoggs and my crop of tobacco and corn to be equally divided between my two daughters Mary and Elizabeth Reedes.

My loving son John Reedes executor.
Everyone of my children be immediately possessed with such part of my estateas is given them.

Samuell Reedes

Wit: Thos. Bowcock, Ellenor Hornbuncle.
26 Oct. 1698. Proved by Thomas Bowcock and Ellenor Hornbunkle. Probate granted to John Reeds, executor.

1703, March 31 - Benja. Berryman and Nathaniel Pope witnesses to Samuel Reeds' Will, (land division) sons William Reed and John Reeds. Westmoreland Co.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 26
Westmoreland County Court 31st of March 1708
- NATHANIELL WASHINGTON his Guardain NATHANIELL POPE
NATHANIELL WASHINGTON, Son and Heire of JOHN WASHINGTON, Gent., deceased, makeing choice of NATHANIELL POPE, SENR. to bee his Guardian, CALEB BUTLER and DANIELL McCARTY Gent., assumed now in Court in the sume of one thousand pounds sterling for the performance ofthe Trust reposed in NATHANIELL POPE relateing to the sd WASHINGTON and his Estate. Therefore it is ordered the sd POPE bee immediately possessed with his Estate according to Law
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 31
Westmoreland County Court 29th ofApril 1708
- HENRY WASHINGTON his Guardian NATHANIEL POPE HENRY
WASHINGTON, Son of JOHN WASHINGTON, Gent., deceased, makeing choice of NATHANIEL POPE, SENR. to bee his Guardian, the same is admitted, And ordered sd POPE bee immediately possessed with his sd Ward and his Estate, hee giveing Security for performance ofthe Trust according to Law
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1712-1714 {Antient Press}: pg 8-9
Westmoreland County Court 26th day of June 1712
- POPE for Land for a Mill
NATHANIEL POPE, Gent. by his Petition to thisCourt setts forth he is designed to build a Water Grist Mill at the head of POPE's CREEKin this County and that he hath land on the North side of the Runn where he intendes to erect the same, and praying the Court's Order for one acre ofland on the South side of the Run which now is in the possession and is the property of Mr. WILLIAM LORD, upon consideration thereof it is ordered JOHN ELLIOTT and CHARLES SMITH doe view and value one acre ofland adjacent and next adjoyning to the place of the Runn where NATHANIEL POPE intends to build the Mill [if it take not away houseing orchards or other imediate conveniences] and that they imediately
after such valuation doe put NATHANIEL POPE into possession of the acre of land, NATHANIEL forthwith paying WILLIAM LORD the price at which such acre of land shall be valued and that they make report of their proceedings there in to the next Court to be held for this County

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Charles County Circuit Court, Land Records, Liber D#2, Page 47
15 Aug 1713; Recorded at request of John King, shipwright
15 Sep 1712; Virginia; bill of exchange; /s/ Nath'l. Pope
6 Sep 1713; Mathew Stone
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 97
Westmorland ss/ At a Court held for the said County the 29th day of August 1716
- POPE's ackno to WEEKES NATHANIEL POPE acknowledged a Deed of Guift ofa Negroe from him to JANE his Grand Daughter, the Daughter of JOSEPH WEEKES, to be his act and deed which JOSEPH on behalfe ofhis Daughter accepted and on his motion the Deed was ordered to be recorded
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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 59
WORDEN, JOHN, physician, 17 Jan. 1714; 31 October 1716.
1/2 estate to Godson Worden Pope; friend Nathaniel Pope and Joseph Weeks other half of estate; Jane wife of Nathaniel Pope.
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 7, Part I - 1682-1686; Antient Press: pg 179-180
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WILLIAM UNDERWOOD of the Parish of
Sittingburne of the County of Rappa: am bounded to NATHALL: POPE of ye County of WESTMORELAND his heires in the just quantity of Fifteen thousand pounds of good merchantable Tobb: and Cask I bind myself in Witness whereof I have sett my hand & seal this 18th of May in year 1685 The Condicon of this obligation is that whereas WILLIAM UNDERWOOD SENR, hath sold unto the above named NATHLL. POPE his heires three hundred acres of land being part of a Dividend of Land the sd UNDERWOOD now lives on Begining for the sd three hundred acres at a small marked red Oake near or upon the line of JOHN WILLIS and running on the outside line of the sd UNDERWOODs line next to POTOMACK and comprehending a line of land by the burnt Poplar comprehending the Plantation and houses thereunto beloning so far as the sd UNDERWOOD claims by his line and so to continue until the sd Land be run out and the sd UNDERWOOD doth by these presents acknowledge by these presents to be fully contented and satisfied for the sd land. Now if the sd UNDERWOOD and JOAN his Wife their heires shall acknowledge the Sale of the said land to DAVID WHILLY and MARY his Wife or to either of them at the next Court held for the County of Rappa; on the North side of the River on the behalfe of the sd NATHALL. POPE his heires and shall at any time when required make such writing & convayance of the sd three hundred acres of land as he or his learned Councell in the Law shall lawfully require for the full assurance and convayance of the sd land to him the sd POPE his heires forever that then this present obligation to be void or else to remain in full
power As Witness my hand
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us
FRANCIS TRIPLETT, WM. UNDERWOOD
CHARLES PORTER
Recognitr die July 1685 et Recordatr 6 die July 1685
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 134)
Richmond County Court 2nd of April 1696
- Ordered that NATHANIEL POPE offitiate as Constable for this ensuing year in the LOWER PRECINCTS of ST. MARYs Parish (vizt) from STRODDERS OLD FIELD Downward & that forthwith upon sight hereof &c.
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1697-1699 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 230)
Richmond County Court 2nd day of June 1697
Ordered that JAMES STRODDER do officiate as Constable this ensuing year in the room and precincts of NATHANIEL POPE and that upon receipt hereof &c.
- This day JANE POPE. Wife of NATHANIEL POPE, in open Court upon her corporeal Oath declares that she saw ROBERT VINCENT seal and deliver one Power of Attorney unto JOHN HAWKSFORD as his act and deed which said Power of Attorney bears date the Ninth day of May Anna 1695 and was proved in this Court
- Certificate is granted to NATHANIEL POPE upon the Deposition of SAMUEL BOWEN
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp. 64-69
Indenture 3rd/4th August 1730 between JOHN POPE of Parish of Washington County of Westmoreland & JOSHUA FFARGUSON Parish of Hanover King George County .. by deeds of lease and release .. for Thirty pounds current money of Virginia .. sell all that Plantation & land whereon JOSHUA now liveth .. 80 acres .. being all remaining part of 300 acres formerly sold by Capt. WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Gent. of County of Richmond Deced unto NATHANIEL POPE alias BRIDGES Father to said JOHN POPE .. said UNDERWOOD deed bearing date 3rd August 1696 said 80 acres in Parish of Hanover bounded by land of Capt. JEREMIAH MURDOCK; ABRAHAM BLAGG; Blagg's line; along former line of WILLIAM UNDERWOOD deced to NATHANIEL POPE to first mentioned Station .. also with the remaining part of 100 acres bought of WILLIAM UNDERWOOD by WILLIAM WHEELER & by WILLIAM WHEELER sold to NATHANIEL POPE Father to JOHN POPE .. Underwood's deed bearing date 4th December 1689 .. 80 acres as also parcell remaining of the hundred acres .. To have & to hold JOHN POPE doth hereby promise that above sold land against claim of JOHN PIPER & WILLIAM ROE their heirs . . . .
Presence Josiah Farguson, John Pope
Moses x Knighton
7th August 1730 .. Then came JOHN POPE acknowledged .. & THOS. TURNER by virtue of Power of Attorney from ELIZABETH POPE wife of said JOHN .. relinquished her right of Dower ..
Know all Men .. I JOHN POPE am bound unto JOSHUA FARGUSON .. in sum of Sixty pounds current money of Virginia .. 4th August 1730. Condition .. if truly observe all agreement .. obligation to be void otherwise remain in force .. (Same Witnesses) John Pope
I ELIZABETH POPE Wife of JOHN POPE of Westmoreland County .. impower THOMAS TURNER Gent. to acknowledge my Relinquishment of Dower .. 4th August 1730.
Elizabeth x Pope
Presence John x Burch, George Parsons
7th August 1730 .. Bond and Power of Attorney acknowledged & recorded.

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1753-1765 King George County Deed Book 4 (Antient Press); pp. 30-35
Indenture made 20th/21st May 1753 between NATHANIEL POPE and LUCY
his wife of county Louisa and RICHARD TUTT of Spotsylvania County Gent. by deeds of lease and release .. for sum Two hundred and twenty
seven pounds current money of Virginia .. sold parcel of land in parish Hanover in county King George adjoining land of said Richard Tutt containing 227 acres it being part of a tract of land formerly granted
to WILLIAM YARRETT and FRANCIS WITTINGTON by Patent dated 29th July 1650 for 580 acres but by later survey 1st July 1712 by WILLIAM THORNTON then Surveyor of Richmond County .. was found to be only 454 acres which by several more conveyances became Fee Simple estate of JOHN TANKARD of county Northhampton planter who by deed dated 11th January 1708 conveyed same to NICHOLAS SMITH and NATHANIEL POPE .. divided by them on 1st day July aforesaid .. deed duly acknowledged in Richmond County Court .. above mentioned 227 acres is lower or Eastermost part allotted said Nathaniel Pope and is now the Inheritance and Fee Simple Estate of Nathaniel Pope party to these presents grandson to said Nathaniel and son and heir at law of JOHN POPE his son ..
Presence Frans. Taliaferro, Nathl. Pope
Rd. Brooke, Thos. Turner Junr., Lucy Pope
Jo. Fox, Lawrence Taliaferro,
James Tutt, William Barksdell
At a court held 2nd August 1753 .. deeds of lease and release and Receipt endorsed by Nathaniel Pope and Lucy his wife admitted to record

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http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=320&last=321&g_p=G2&col lection=NN Grant
Title Pope, Nathaniel.
Publication 18 June 1700.
Gen. note Pope, Nathaniel als Bridges.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 404 acres in Saint Marys Parish next and above the land of Mr. Robert Bird, now in possession of Mr. William Underwood.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 320-321 (Reel 288). 
Pope, Nathaniel 'Bridges' (I023037)
 
77753 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 75
DAMOURVELL, SAMUEL, DR., 12 April 1723; 8 Aug. 1723.
To son Samuel 6 negroes and 200 acres of land in Stafford Co.;
dau. Magdalene Rust 100 acres of land in Stafford;
dau. Elizabeth Harrison 140 acres of land in Stafford;
wife Hannah 2 negroes, 2 horses, 2 beds and furniture.
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DEMOVEL, HANNAH, 8 Sept. 1744; 25 Sept. 1744.
To Peter son of George Lampkin 1 shilling; my granddau. Hannah Demovel 1 feather bed, furniture, cow, 1 wheel and two boxes; grand-dau. Mary Middleton 1 heifer; granddau. Hannah Armistead 1 iron spit and pewter; Sarah dau. of John Armistead and Hannah his wife 1 cow; my grandchildren Jane Moore, Hannah Brown, Magdalen Jackson, Hannah Hartley, James Lamkin, Samuel Lamkin and Magdalen Claughton; my dau. Elizabeth Middleton 1 negro woman; son in law Benjamin Middleton 7 head of cattle and £2; to John Armistead 7 head of cattle, 8 hogs and £2. 
Damourvell, Elizabeth (I034485)
 
77754 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 75
DAMOURVELL, SAMUEL, DR., 12 April 1723; 8 Aug. 1723.
To son Samuel 6 negroes and 200 acres of land in Stafford Co.; dau. Magdalene Rust 100 acres of land in Stafford; dau. Elizabeth Harrison 140 acres of land in Stafford; wife Hannah 2 negroes, 2 horses, 2 beds and furniture.
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26 Oct 1709 - ARTHUR TURNER confessed judgement to SAMUEL DEMONVEL for the sum of 1000 pounds tobacco ordered to pay same with costs.
[Westmoreland CoVA Abstracts of Order Books, Part 3, Dorman, 1991, P.
10.]
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 91
Westmoreland County Court 29th ofJune 1709
- CARPENTER's Acknowledwent to DAMOUVEL
ANTHONY CARPENTER acknowledged a Deed for sale of Land from him to SAMPSON DAMOUVEL to be his act and deed and ELIZABETH, Wife to said ANTHONY, relinquished her Right ofDower to the same all which with the Livery ofSeisen on the Deed endorsed were ordered to be recorded
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From: niciop
Sent: Saturday, June 14, 2008 1:33:48 PM
Subject: genealogy: Roger Wigginton

Hello, I saw your posting on rootsweb about Roger Wigginton, d. 1718. If you are still into researching this family, I thought you might find the following information I found while reasearching my family interesting:

Martha Tydwell of the Parish of Cople being presented and convicted for having a natural child, Roger Wigginton, and Richard Tidwell gave bond for 4000 pounds of tobacco to pay her fine of £500 for fornication and to keep the parish from charges for rearing the child.

Richard Tidwell preferred on 27 July 1715 a petition against Roger Wigginton as marrying the widow of John Clements, deceased, William Garner as executor of John Garner, deceased, and Dr. Samuel Damourvell. He alleged they owed his brother John Tidwell 4000 pounds of tobacco. John had not been heard from for many years. Judgment was awarded Richard Tidwell on 1 June 1716.

On 26 Feb. 1718 Richard Tidwell and Robert Tidwell recovered tobacco from the estate of Roger Wigginton (who had married Jane Clements, widow of John Clements) and from John Garner and Dr. Samuel Damourvell as his securities. This was for a portion of their father's estate belonging to their brother Peter Tidwell ("neither is it known whether he be living").
Westmoreland County, Va., Order Book 1705-21 pp. 26a, 272, 283, 362a.

Quoted by Charles Owen Johnson in The Virginia Genealogist. 
Damourvell, Samuel (I029185)
 
77755 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 75
DAMOURVELL, SAMUEL, DR., 12 April 1723; 8 Aug. 1723.
To son Samuel 6 negroes and 200 acres of land in Stafford Co.; dau. Magdalene Rust 100 acres of land in Stafford; dau. Elizabeth Harrison 140 acres of land in Stafford; wife Hannah 2 negroes, 2 horses, 2 beds and furniture.
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DEMOVEL, HANNAH, 8 Sept. 1744; 25 Sept. 1744.
To Peter son of George Lampkin 1 shilling; my granddau. Hannah Demovel 1 feather bed, furniture, cow, 1 wheel and two boxes; grand-dau. Mary Middleton 1 heifer; granddau. Hannah Armistead 1 iron spit and pewter; Sarah dau. of John Armistead and Hannah his wife 1 cow; my grandchildren Jane Moore, Hannah Brown, Magdalen Jackson, Hannah Hartley, James Lamkin, Samuel Lamkin and Magdalen Claughton; my dau. Elizabeth Middleton 1 negro woman; son in law Benjamin Middleton 7 head of cattle and £2; to John Armistead 7 head of cattle, 8 hogs and £2.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bcox2899&id=I15 234
URL title: The Families
Note:
Children of Vincent Cox and ____:
1. Hannah _____ b. prob. by ca. 1654 as she is married by 1672 to George Lamkin. We can assume that she may have received this deed as a wedding gift as there were no children born to her yet. Assuming she married at about 18 years of age or about, this would make Vincent Cox 21 at the time of her birth. Vincent would have been old enough, at age 21, to have been married and have a child. Hannah would have been about 44 when Vincent died. Hannah m/1: George Lamkin and m/2: Samuel Demovillel/ Demourval/etc. In Vincent's will he mentions the land where Carnock Cox now lives 300 acres adjoining the land of George Lamkin, deceased. Hannah would then be living next door (by those standards - many acres away perhaps) to Carnock/Charnock Cox. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, etc1665-1677, p.155a-156 dated 6 July 1672, "Vincent Cox of Yoacomaco in Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, unto Geo: Lamkin of Yoacomaco and to the heirs of his body on the body of Hannah Lamkin his wife lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of such issue then to the heirs of the said Hannah Lamkin, Parcell of land ... on a branch falling into Nominy River ... in Mr. Fra: Clay's line ... at the head of a branch falling into Yoacomaco River ... being part of 665 acres granted to me by pattent 27 7ber [Sept.] 1667. Signed Vincent Cox and Wit. by Peeter Smith and Ja: Gaylard.
This is a VERY large gift and it was to be heirs of Geo. Lamkin ON THE BODY OF HANNAH LAMKIN HIS WIFE LAWFULLY BEGOTTEN OR TO BE BEGOTTEN AND FOR WANT OF SUCH ISSUE THEN TO THE HEIRS OF THE SAID HANNAH LAMKIN" This is pretty heavy circumstantial evidence.

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Contributed by Edward White

Westmoreland Co., VA, Deeds, Patents, etc, 1665-1677, p.155a-156. 6 Jul 1672: VINCENT COX of Yoacomaco in Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, unto GEO: LAMKIN of Yoacomaco and to the heirs of his body on the body of Hannah [COX] Lamkin his wife lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of such issue then to the heirs of the said Hannah Lamkin, Parcell of land ... on a branch falling into Nominy River ... in Mr. Francis Clay's line ... at the head of a branch falling into Yoacomaco River ... being part of 665 acres granted to me by pattent 27 7ber [Sept.] 1667. Signed Vincent Cox and Wit. by Peter Smith and Jas. Gaylard. Dr. Wilkins assertion that this was 644 acres and became the Lamkin home at Griffith's Corner near Kinsale is incorect. That land remained in the Cox famly until 1963. The plot of the survey calls is inconclusive due to a bad transcription.

Page 31a [29 July,169l] Dorman Part 1, 47
Hanna Lampkin widdow of George Lamkin this day acknowledged to have received satisfaction upon the deed of mortgage lately passed from Arthur Harris to her husband, George Lampkin.

WCO Order Book 1690-1698
Page 93 [7 April 1693] Dorman Part 2, p.36
It is ordered that Hanna Lampkin alias Demonville be summoned to appear at the Orphants Court to be held on Fryday 2 June next, to give security for the probate of the last will of her deceased husband George Lamkin

p.98 Dorman p.44. Mr. John Tucker and Mr. John Clements together with Samuell Demonvile who married the relict of George Lamkin assume to perform the will of the said Lamkin. It is ordered they enter into bond of 50,000 pounds of tobacco for security.

WCO Order Book 1690-98
Page 93 [7 April 1693] Dorman Part 2, p.36
It is ordered that Hanna Lampkin alias Demonville be summoned to appear at the Orphants Court to be held on Fryday 2 June next, to give security for the probate of the last will of her deceased husband George Lamkin
p.98 Dor 44, Mr. John Tucker and Mr. John Clements together with Samuell Demonvile who married the relict of George Lamkin assume to perform the will of the said Lamkin. It is ordered they enter into bond of 50,000 pounds of tobacco for security. 
Cox, Hannah (I072019)
 
77756 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 75
DAMOURVELL, SAMUEL, DR., 12 April 1723; 8 Aug. 1723.
To son Samuel 6 negroes and 200 acres of land in Stafford Co.; dau. Magdalene Rust 100 acres of land in Stafford; dau. Elizabeth Harrison 140 acres of land in Stafford; wife Hannah 2 negroes, 2 horses, 2 beds and furniture.
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 92
MIDDLETON, BENEDICT, 31 Dec. 1729; 29 March 1730. Son Robert 100 acres of land & a tract of land where I live with houses etc and 1 negro man; to son Benedict 1 negro boy; carpenter's tools, 1 bed and furniture; to son William a negro man, a negro woman, feather bed and furniture; daughter Mary a negro girl, feather bed, furniture and trunk; daughter Elizabeth a negro boy, feather bed and furniture and trunk; to daughter Jane a negro boy, feather bed, furniture and trunk; one gold ring each (for which I have sent) to Elizabeth and Jane Middleton my daughters; rest of estate to be equally divided between my 3 sons and 3 daughters. Robert Middleton was granted administration with Daniel Bonahm and SAMUEL DAMOUVEL securities.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=blondeone2&id=I 3970
Name: George II HARRISON
Birth: ABT 1683
Death: BEF 28 Jan 1733 in Westmoreland County, Virginia
Note: presented his father GEORGE HARRISON's will in court; proved by Elizabeth Morgan and Francis Landman, two of the witnesses thereto. Upon motion of GEORGE certifycate is granted him for obtaining a probat thereof. It is also ordered that Bennedict Middleton, John Hartley, SAML: DAMOUVEL and SAML: RUST appraise the estate

Note: ordered to appraise the estate of Thomas Atwell, deceased: WILLIAM RUST, SAMUEL RUST, SAMUEL DAMOUVEL, GEORGE HARRISON

Note: The names of the Grand Jury, November Court 1713: JOHN WRIGHT, JOHN WRIGHT, smith, WM: BAYLY, JOHN DUNKAN, HUMPHRY POPE, SAMLL: DAMOUVELL . . . GEORGE HARRISON, sworn and charged and set out to draw up their presentments.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 2; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 327a-328
THIS INDENTURE made the 30 day of November in the year of our Lord one
thousand seven hundred and thirty seven and in the Eleventh year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c:, Between NICHOLAS MINOR of Cople Parish in Westmorland County, Planter, and JEMIMAH his Wife (late Relict of LAWRENCE POPE of Washington Parish in County of Westmorland, deceased) of one part and SAMSON DEMONVILE, an Infant, Son of SAMUEL DEMONVILE late of the Parish of Washington in County aforesaid, deceased, of other part; Witnesseth that NICHOLAS MINOR and JEMIMAH his Wife for divers good causes and consideration but more especially in consideration of one Shill: current mony to them in hand paid by FRANCIS AWBREY, JUNIOR, and ROSE his Wife, late the Widow of the aforesaid SAMUEL DEMONVILE, deceased, as next Friends to SAMSON DEMONVILE, party to these presents, the receipt whereof NICHOLAS MINOR doth hereby acknowledge;
NOW KNOW YEE that NICHOLAS MINOR and JEMIMAH his Wife doth utterly quilt claim unto SAMSON DEMONVILE, party to these presents; and to his heirs all their claim and right as they ever had or hereafter may have by reason of the Dower of JEMIMAH in the third part of three hundred thirty three acres and a half of land scituate in Parish of Washington which her late Huband, LAWRENCE POPE, died seized of and was since his decease sold and conveyed unto SAMUEL DEMONVILE, deceased, by HUMPHREY POPE, Son and Heir of LAWRENCE POPE, by Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date the twenty third and twenty fourth days of February one thousand seven hundred and thirty five, the land now being in the actual possession of FRANCIS AWBREY and ROSE his Wife by means of their intermarriage so that neither NICHOLAS MINOR and JEMIMAH his Wife nor any other in their name shall at any time claim any right or pretence of Title of Dower either as Relict of LAWRENCE POPE or any other way; In Witness whereof thv parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and affixed their seals
the day and year first above written
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
NICH: MINOR, JR. MATTHEW RUST, NICHOS: MINOR
(Can't read the two other signatures, one may be JEMIMA MINOR
John Remy)
Westmorland ss. At a Court continued and held for the said County the 1st day of December 1737 NICHOLAS MINOR and JEMIMA his Wife, late Relict of LAWRENCE POPE, deceased (she being first privately examined) personally acknowledged this Deed for Relinquishment of Dower the said JEMIMA had to certain Land in the said Deed mentioned to be and enure to SAMSON DEMONVILL an Infant under the care of FRANCIS AWBREY and ROSE his Wife. which at the intance of the said AWBREY is admitted to Record G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Eighth day of December 1737, pr. G. T., C. C. W 
Damourvell, Samuel (I030391)
 
77757 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 81
FRANK, SARAH, widow of Robert * * * 20 June 1725.

(Nuncupative.) Eldest son Thomas; children Robert, Samuel, Martha and Neremiah to John Piper and his wife Mary until they come of age. Attested to by John Plunkett.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1
1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 39
JOHN PLUNKET saith that on the 6th of this Instant time he was desired by SARA FRANK. late Wife of ROBERT FRANK, now deced,, to be a wittness that it was her desire that JOHN MARSHALL & JOHN PIPER should together with her Eldest Son, THOMAS FRANK be her Executors & desired that JOHN MARSHALL should have the care educacon of her two Sons, ROBERT & SAMUEL, And that her other two Children, MARTHA & NEHEMIAH should be under the care of JOHN PIPER & his Wife, MARY: and that the said JOHN MARSHALL & JOHN PIPER should see the Estate equally divided among her Children and that her Son, THOMAS, should imediately be of age and for himself after her death and further saith not
JOHN PLUNKET
ANDREW FLETCHER saith that on the Sixth of this Instant June he was at the House of SARA, late Wife of ROBERT FRANK, deced., who then lay on her death bed who desired him to be a wittness that it was her Will & desire that JOHN MARSHALL & JOHN PIPER should be her Exrs. and that the said MARSHALL should have the care and tuition of her two Sons, ROBERT & SAMUEL and that JOHN PIPER & MARY his Wife should have the care of her Son, NEHEMIAH, & Daughter. MARTHA, And that the said JOHN PIPER & JOHN MARSHALL should see her Estate equally divided among her Children, and that her two Daughters. ELIZABETH & SARA, together with her Son, THOMAS, should be of age imediately after her death and further saith not.
ANDREW FLETCHER
Westmoreland ss. At a Court held for the sd County the 3Uth day of June 1725
The Will nun cupative of SARAH FRANK. deced, was produced into Court by JOHN PIPER JOHN MARSHALL. her Exrs., who made Oath thereto, and being proved by the Oaths of the witnesses thereto is admitted to Record. And upon the moron of the sd. Exrs and their performing what is usual in such cases, Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form Test THOS: SORRELL Cl
Recordat quinto die July 1725
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Westmoreland County, Virginia-Will of Robert Frank (Sr) Bk 8, P 76- Nov. 17, 1725 Pro Feb. 22, 1726
Being in perfect sense and memory , thou weak in body, but Blessed be God in perfect ___, as followeth:
Imprimis: I bequeath my Soul to God in Jesus Christ who was my Creator and Redeemer, in whom I trust to be my Creator, to save me again at the last day in Glory. I also bequeath my body to the earth from whence it had its being, to be orderly and decently buried and my worldly goods, as follows:
Imprimis: I give unto my grand daughter Margaret Spilman, a certain parcel of land lying on E/S Modoro Branch, commonly known as Whitins during her lifetime; and after her decease to return to my grandson Robert Frank., and if my grandson Robert Frank should die without issue lawfully begotten of his own body, to return to my grandson, William Plunkett
Impremis: I give unto my grandson John Grinning, a certain parcel of land lying between the Church path and Modoro branch, to him and his heirs forever..
Impremis: I give unto my grandson Robert Frank, my plantation and land belonging thereto, and to inherit the same at the age one and twenty, to him and his heirs forever; said land to be in possession of John Plunkett, until such time he comes of age.. If he should die without heirs of his body, this land to return to my grandson William Plunkett
Impremis: I give unto my grand daughter Margaret Spilman , one cow and calf.
Impremis: I give unto my grandson, William Plunkett, bed and funishings, which I commonly ly on.
Impremis: I give unto my grand daughter Elizabeth Knighton, my next best bed and furnishings.
Impremis: I give unto my grandsons, Thomas Grinning and John Grinning, all my wearing cloathes, after my decease, to be equally divided between them.
Impremis: I give unto my grandson Thomas Frank, my horse, bridle, and saddle.
All the rest of my personal effects I give to my friend, John Plunkett .
Also, I make my loving friend, John Plunkett my whole and sole Exr of this last Will & Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and fixed my Seal this 17th day of November, 1725.
Signed: Robert (His R Mark) Frank (Seal)

Attest: The mark of John Pipor
The Mark of John Doggins /Dargain

Westmoreland County, At a Court held for this County the 22nd day of February, 1726, John Plunkett, the Executor named in the last Will & Testament of Robert Frank, took Oath as Executor and the will being proved by the Oath of the Witnesses, therefore ordered to be recorded. this 9th day of March, 1726. Sig: G. Turberville, CC Westmoreland Co Recorded the ninth day of March 1726
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Will of Joshua Farguson, Nov 15, 1749 King Geo. Co
Dtr: Mary Pitman, and her son William Pitman
S-in-law: Thos. Pitman
dtrs: Anne Farguson, Peggy Farguson, Sarah Farguson
Dtr Anne shall raise up my "youngest dtr" and my "young son" John Farguson
Son: Joshua Farguson
Exrs: Son, Joshua & dtr Anne
Wts: Wm. Wharton, John Plunkett, John Knighton
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1743-1753 King George County Deed Book 3 (Antient Press); pp. 393
To all Christian People .. I JOHN PLUNKETT Hannover Parish King George County for natural love for my Son WILLIAM PLUNKETT and for his advancement in the world give all land whereon I now dwell 150 acres together with two Negros .. stock of horses cattle Hogs and sheep with all my household goods and personal estate upon this express condition that William shall pay to his Brother JOHN PLUNKETT in his arriving to age twenty one years the sum of Sixty pounds and moreover find unto myself and my present wife MARY during our natural lives a full and sufficient maintenance and support .. 12th December 1750.
Presence Z. Wharton, John Plunkett
Wm. x Furlong, Chrisr. Collins
At a court held 1st March 1750 .. Deed of Gift to Son recorded. 
Plunkett, John (I035768)
 
77758 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 89
HALLS, JOHN, 29 Jan. 1727; 31 July 1728. Son George residue of estate after my daughter Mary King has 1 cow and calf, and grandson William Brown 1 mare. 
Hall, John (I038284)
 
77759 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 91
HARRISON, ANDREW, 11 Nov. 1729; 27 Feb. 1729/30. Son Joseph land in King George County; my wife Mary and four children residue of my estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 127
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I ANDREW HARRISON of Westmorland County
being sick and weak of body butt of perfect sence and memory thanks be to God therefore, calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is apointed for all men once to die. make this my Last Will and Testament in manner and forme following, (that is to say) I recommend my Soul into the hands of God that gave it me not doubting butt that I shall receive the same by meritts of Jesus Christ and my body to the earth to be buried att the discretion of my Executors hereafter named.
Emprimis. I give my Son, JOSEPH HARRISON, all my Land in KING GEORGE County and the rest of my Estate in whatsoever kind to be equally divided between my Wife and my four Children, and also appoint. MARY HARRISON, my loving Wife, to be my whole and sole Executrix of this my Last Will and Testament, revoking all other Will and Wills or Testaments heretofore made, ratifying this and no other to be my Last Will; In Wittness whereof I have hereunto find. my hand and seal! this 11th day of November 1729
ROBERT LOVELL, JAMES LOVELL, ANDREW HAR:SON
B. FIELDER
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 25th day of February 1729
This Last Will and Testament of ANDREW HARRISON was presented into Court by MARY, his Relict and Executrix, who made Oath thereto, and being proved by the Oaths of JAMES LOVELL and BERNARD FIELDER, two of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record Test. G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the 27th day of February 1729 G. T., C, C. W.
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1753-1773 King George Co., Va - Deed Book; pp. 522-523; Indenture made first day February 1764 between JAMES STIGLAR & MARTHA his wife of county King George of one part and SAMUEL STIGLAR Eldest son of said James Stiglar & Martha .. for natural love and affection have granted Samuel Stiglar one plantation and 60 acres of land being the upper part of a larger tract of land which James Stiglar holds, the said 60 acres adjoyning JOSEPH HARRISON, ROBERT PECK & Capt. JOSEPH STROTHER ..
Presence Jos. Harrison, Joseph x Stiglar
Robert Peck, Robt. Stringfellow Martha x Stiglar
At a court held 5th April 1764 .. Deed of Gift ..admitted to record
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1753-1773 King George Co., Va - Deed Book; pp. 603-607;
Indenture made 22nd/23rd April 1765 between SAMUEL STIGLAR and
SARAH his wife parish of Brunswick county King George and JOSEPH HARRISON
of same .. by deeds of lease and release .. for sum One hundred
pounds .. sold 60 acres it being part of a tract of land formerly the
property of JAMES STIGLAR Father to Samuel ...meanders of Dogue Swamp;
Mr. THOMAS SKINKERS line; Rowley mill ..
Samuel Stiglar
Sarah x Stiglar
At a court held 2nd May 1765 .. Deeds of lease and release admitted to record. 
Harrison, Joseph (I022684)
 
77760 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 91
RUST, MARTHA, 3 Nov. 1726; 25 Feb. 1729.
Dau. Hannah Eskridge;
dau. Anne Harrison;
son Matthew Rust guardian of my son Peter Rust who is to be my exr.

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mm note: martha could not have been married to Samuel Rust and John Jenkins at the same time.... and {Ed White: Nobody has ever proven who Martha, wife of Samuel Rust, was}

=== Research Notes from Edward White

I was looking up something and noticed your entry on the second George Eskridge, husband of Hannah Rust. It seems to say that Eskridge was the father-in-law of Samuel Rust.

The problem lies in using Fothergill as a source. Here is what she wrote:

RUST, SAMUEL, 16 Aug. 1717; 26 March 1718.
The plantation where he lives to Mr. Patrick Spence and his father in law Capt. George Eskridge; . . .

Here is Rust's actual will:

DW 6-254, 8/16/1715, pv 3/26/1718. Will of SAMUEL RUST
Unto Mr. Patrick Spence during his natural life the plantation whereon he now lived adjoyning to the land of Mr. James Coleman . . . If Mr. Patrick Spence thinks fitt, the dwelling house given him by his father in law Capt. George Eskridge may stand as it now does on the other side of the runn and he have land adjoining to the house for necessary houses and gardening.

This makes it clear that Eskridge was Spence's father-in-law. Eskridge was not Rust's father-in-law. All anyone knows of Samuel Rust's wife is that her first name was Martha.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 128
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I MARTHA RUST of the Parish of Cople and County of Westmorland being sick and weak of body but praised be God of sound and perfect mind and memory, do make and declare this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form hereafter expressed; Revokeing and making voyd & of none effect all and every other Will and Wills by me heretofore made and alluwing this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament.
Imprimis, I recommend my Soul into the hands of my Creator and my Body to the earth to be buried att the discretion of my Executor hereafter named; And as touching such worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to bestow upon, I give and bequeath as followeth
Item, I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, HANNAH ESKRIDGE, all my wearing apparrell both linnen & woollen;
Item, I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, ANN HARRISON, one piece of Silk Stuff now in the Hosue and also my side Saddle and Bridle;
Item. I give and bequeath all the rest of my Estate of whatt quantity and quality soever, to my Son, PETER RUST who I make and ordain whole and sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament; And I desire nominate and appoint my Son, MATTHEW RUST, Trustee and Guardian of my Son, PETER RUST, and his Estate until he shall come att age and to give and allow him two compleat years of Schooling successively. In Wittness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this Third day of November in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and Twenty six.
Signd. Seald, and Deliverd. in the presence of
RALPH ELSTON, MARTHA her mark RUST
PHILIP his mar BOGUS
ANDREW GREENHORN, ROSE BONUM
Westmorld, ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 25th day of February 1729
This Last Will and Testament of MARTHA RUST, deced., was presented into Court by PETER RUST, Son and Executor therein named, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oath of ANDREW GREENHORN, one of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILLE, C. C. W.
Recorded the 27th day of February 1729. G. T., C, C. W.
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 64
Rust, Samuel, 16 Aug. 1717; 26 March 1718. The plantation where he lives to Mr. Patrick Spence and his father in law Capt. George Eskridge; sons Jeremiah, Peter, John, Matthew, George William and Benjamin Rust my lands and personal property; daughters Anne Harrison and Hannah Rust; wife Martha and son Jeremiah exrs; the heirs of John Clements to have my land called Middleton's Neck.
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The Will of Samuel Rust
Pages 254-62.
Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 5 (1712-1716) by John Frederick Dorman
Will of Samuel Rust of Westmoreland County, dated 16 Aug. 1715.

Unto Mr. Patrick Spence during his natural life the plantation whereon he now lived adjoyning to the land of Mr. James Coleman as the line between them now stands and the inmost line in the woods next Coleman's and on that side of the runn next Mr. Thomas Bonam's and Coleman's, he not making any wast on the land nor selling nor making use of any timber save for the use of the plantation. If Mr. Patrick Spence thinks fitt, the dwelling house given him by his father in law Capt. George Eskridge may stand as it now does on the other side of the runn and he have land adjoining to the house for necessary houses and gardening.

To my son Peter Rust after the decease of Mr. Patrick Spence the plantation whereon Patrick now lives with the land adjoining but in case Peter dies before he comes to the age of twenty one yeares or without issue, the plantation fall to my son Matthew Rust and his heirs. Also to my son Peter Rust two Negroe boys Jack and Billy, but in case he dies as aforesaid, to my two sons John and Matthew Rust. My son Peter be constantly kept at school from ten to twelve yeares of age out of the profitts of my estate. He have a feather bed, bolster, rugg, blanketts and sheets in case he my son Peter Rust comes to the age of twenty one yeares or day of his marriage.

To my son Matthew Rust the moyety of that tract of land on which Mr. Patrick Spence now lives, the whole containing 300 acres, to be equally divided as to quantity and quality between Matthew and Peter Rust, and also to Matthew one feather bed, bolster, rugg, blanketts and pair of sheets, one iron pott containing about five gallons, one new ceder pail and piggon, a roan stone hors, one cow and calf, a sow and piggs and three two year old hoggs and 3000 pounds of tobacco out of the profitts of my mill and a larg chest commonly called Matthew's chest. Unto my son George Rust all that neck of land (up to the old hors road) wherein William Allen and Henry Self now lives. William Allen shall not be turn'd of[f] the plantation whereon he now lives for seven years from the date of these presents nor Henry Self for five years provided Allen and Self duly pay their rents, which rents my executors shall be accountable for to my son George when he shall arrive to the age of twenty one.

To my son George a feather bed, bolster, rugg, pair of blanketts and pair of sheets, a cow and calfe and 3000 pounds of tobacco out of the profitts of my mill when he shall arrive to the age of seventeen yeares and he have a chest commonly called George's and two yeares schooling at the charge of my executors.

To my son John Rust the plantation now in his possession with all my land adjoyning to it being in the pattent of Earle's for a thousand acres, also one feather bed being a new one with rugg, blanketts, pair of sheets, one iron pott about four gal:, a frying pan now at my mill, a cow and calf, a cerder pail and piggon, a sow and piggs and three two year old hoggs and 3000 pounds of tobacco out of the profitts of my mill and a chest commonly called John's chest.

To my son Wm. Rust the plantation whereon he now lives and all that neck of land between his house and my mill save 15 acres on the point next adjoyning to the mill.

To my son William a suite of wearing apparell with hatt and cane and Wm. have out of the profitts of my mill all such corn and wheat as he shall have occasion for the use of his own family, as also a bill now in his possession payable to me from William Jones for 2700 pounds of tobacco.

To my son Jeremiah Rust 200 acres commonly called Potter's Neck, now in the possession of Wm. Knott, with 15 acres adjoining to my mill formerly reserved, also a feather bed, bolster, rugg, pr. of blanketts, pr. of sheets, two cowes and calves, a gray hors called Wipster, a Negro man Adam, an iron pott and six or seven gal:, a larg new frying pan. Further to my son Jeremiah Rust that neck of land called the White Marsh Neck and in case he dies without heirs then to my son Peter Rust.

To my daughter Anne Harrison one Negro girl Moll and 5000 pounds of tobacco to be paid her by my executors out of the profitts of my mill, also one large brass kettle.

To my daughter Hannah Rust one Negro girl Sarah, one feather bed with bolster, quilt, rugg, blanketts and sheets, one brass kettle about twenty gallons, and 5000 pounds of tobacco to be paid out of the profitts of my mill at the age of eighteen or day of marriage.

To my son Benja. Rust one gray mare, one cow and calf and a chest commonly called Ben's chest and he be kept at school from the first of October untill February next and have his full share of the cropp now standing and the benefitt of his labour hereafter during the time he lives with his brother Jeremiah, and one father bed, rugg, blanketts and sheets out of the profitts of my estate.

To my loving wife Martha Rust the plantation whereon we now live during her natural life and after her decease to my son Benja. Rust and his heirs, and in case my son Benja. Rust desires to settle himself during the life of his mother, he have liberty to build and settle on the further side of the land.

To my loving wife Martha a still worm and tubb, all my casque, two cowes and calves, four sheep, the feather bed and furniture on which we now lay, one Negro woman Betty, a larg brass kettle, an iron pot with six gallons and an iron pott about three gal: with hooks to the, one black hors named Luke, a large chest, truncks and boxes commonly called hers during her natural life, and after her deceased all the above be equally divided between my sons Jeremiah Rust and Benja. Rust, save the Negro woman Betty with her increase, in any, to be divided between my sons to whom no negroes is given.

To my loving wife Martha one third part of the profitts of my mill during her natural life and after her decease to descend to my son Jeremiah Rust. The heirs of John Clements have that parcell of land called Rich Neck and parcell called Middleton's Neck. Three or five men vallue Middletown's Neck and my white marsh neck and in case they shall adjudge that Middleton's Neck is not of equall value with the white marsh neck then the men shall lay of[f] as much land in the white marsh neck and ad[d] to Middleton's neck as shall make them of equall value, they taking of my white marsh neck that part that is adjoyning to Middleton's neck.
All my personal estate be equally divided between my wife Martha Rust and my son Jeremiah Rust, who I appoint joynt executors. In case my son Jeremiah dies without issue then my mill descend equally to John and Benja. Rust. Signed Samuel Rust.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1716-1718; pg 94
Westmoreland County Court 26th of March 1718
- RUST's Will proved
The Last Will and Testament of SAMUEL RUST, deced was presented into Court by MARTHA RUST and JEREMIAH RUST, his Executors
who madeOath thereto and being proved by the Oath ofJOSEPH CARR, one of the wittnesses thereto is admitt to Record; And upon motion of the Executors and their performing what is usuall in such cases, Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probate thereofin due form, And it is ordered JAMES THOMAS, SAMUEL DAMONVEL, ROBERT PHILLIPS and JOSEPH CARR or any three ofthem being first sworn before one ofhis Majesties Justices for this County doe some time beforethe next Court value and appraise the Testator's Estate and make report thereof to
the next Court 
Rust, Martha MNU (I007351)
 
77761 Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 94
MUSE, THOMAS, 12 March 1729; 28 June 1732.
My wife Elizabeth her horse and saddle;
son Christopher 20;
son Daniel 1 mare;
son James 12 pence Sterling;
son Nicholas 12 pence Sterling;
sons John and Thomas;
daus. Anne Taylor, Mary Muse and Elizabeth Newman the remainder of estate;
granddau. Mary George.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 176
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I THOMAS MUSE of the County of Westmorld. being well stricken in yeares but of perfect sence and memory & calling to mind the uncertainty of this life, doe prepare make and declare this my Last Will and Testament in manner & forme following; Imprimes. I resigne & recommend my immortal! Soule into the handes of my blessed Saviour and Redeemer Christ Jesus in firme hope & beleiff threw his meritorious death and passion to receive pardon & forgiveness of all my sines and a joyfull resurrection at ye last day to Eternal! Bliss & Happiness, And for whatt worldly Estate God in the abundance of his mercy hath been pleased to allow me, I dispose theireof threw his permission in manner & forme following;
Item. I give to my loving Wife all her waning apparrell together with her Horse & side sadel;
Item. I give & bequeath to my Son, CHRISTOPHER MUSE, twenty pounds Sterling to be paid to him by my Exers. immediately after my decease;
Item. I give to my Son, DANLL. MUSE, my young bay Mare called Spearitt & her futer Encrease to hold to him my sd. Son, DANLL, his heires & assignes for ever;
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Sons, JAMES and NICHLAS MUSE, to each of them, twelve pence Starling & noe more they being by me allready advanced according to my abillety.
Item, I give and bequeath to my Daughter ANN TAYLOR, & to my Gran Daughter, MARY GEORGE, one sixth part of the remainding part of my Estate, the which is not allready bequeathed to be equally devided betwene them sheare and sheare alike, to them theire heirs and assignes for ever;
Item. I give and bequeath to my Frend, BEN JA: WADDY, fifteen shillings to by him a Morning Ring;
All the rest residew and remainding part of my Estate, my Debts and Funerall expences being paid, I give & devise to be equally devided betweene my Loving Wife, ELIZA: MUSE, & my Son, JOHN MUSE, my Son THOMAS MUSE, my Son CHRISTO: MUSE, my Daughter ELIZA: NUMAN, my Daughter MARY MUSE, and my Son DANLL. MUSE, sheare and sheare alike to be held to them my sd. Wife & Children and to theire heirs and assignes for ever.
Item. It is my desier that my Son, THOMAS MUSE have the ceare & tuishan of my Son, DANLL and his part of my Estate until! my Son, DANLL. arives to the age of sixteen yeares old, at which age I leave my Son, DANLL. at his one liberty and that he then receave of his Brother my aforementioned Son, THOMAS, his part of my Estate, and I heareby appoint my Son, JOHN MUSE & my Son, THOMAS MUSE, whole & sole Exrs. of this my Last Will & Testament & doe hereby revoke all former and other Wills and Testaments by me att any time maid & I doe declare this and none other to be taken for my Last Will & Testament, In Wittness whereof I have heareunto sett my hand and affixed my Seale this 12th day of March 1729
Signed Sealed & Published to be the Last Will
JNO: DEBELL, THOS: his marke M MUSE
& Testament of THOS: MUSE in presents of us
BENJA: WADDEY,
WM: his marke DEBELL
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 28th day of June 1732
This Last Will and Testament of THOMAS MUSE, deced, was presented into Court by JOHN MUSE and THOMAS MUSE, his Sons and Executors, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of BENJAMIN WADDY and WILLIAM DEBELL, two of the witnesses thereto, admitted to Record; And upon mocon of the said Executors and their performing what is usual in such cases, Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form; But ELIZABETH MUSE, the Relict of the said Decedent appeared and in open Court refused to accept of and disannulled such part of the said Will as any ways related to her so far as to debarr her of Dower or Thirds of her said deceased Husband's Estate Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Fourth day of July 1732, pr. G. T., C.C. W.
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MUSE, John 5 APR 1723 8 OCT 1723
To son Thomas one shilling;
dau Jane Pritchett one shilling;
dau Anne Willson one shilling;
dau Mary Quisenberry one shilling;
rest of estate to dau in law Anne MUSE

ELIZABETH STURMAN (STEWART) MURPHY md. 3rd. about 1712, Thomas Muse, Sr., whose last wife she was. He was the son of John Muse, Sr. b. Eng., 1633, d. West'd. County, Virginia., 1723.

In his will dated April 5, 1723: pro. Sept. 25, 1723, he names children: Thomas Muse; dau. Jane Pritchett; dau. Anne Willson; dau. Mary Quesenberry; dau-in-law Anne Muse, wid. of his son John Muse, to whom he leaves his whole estate, with the exception of the legacies to the children named. Beside the son John, dec'd., there was a son Nicholas 1st, also dec'd, who md. Mary, dau. of John Elliott, Sr., and his wife, Sarah Foxall.

By her marriage to Thomas Muse, Sr., Elizabeth Sturman-Stewart-Murphy had:

(5) Nicholas Muse, 2nd. b. 1713 or 1714, d. 1778, md. 1st, by Nov. 30 1732, Anne (Cullom) Finch, twice a wid. Her first husband was Mark Cullom, Jr., a great-gr. son of Henry Brookes. Her 2nd husband was John Finch, Sr.
By Ann, Nicholas Muse 2nd had:
a. Nicholas Muse 3rd, b. about 1733, d. 1768, unmd. and intestate.
b. Mary Muse, b. , md. prior to 1760, Thomas Randall, and left issue.
c. Elizabeth Muse, twin sister to Mary, md. John Washington, who d. 1790, his wife having pre-deceased him. No issue.
d. Anne Muse, youngest dau., b. before 1745, d. 1816, md. April 3, 1766, Lieut. Thomas Washington, bro. to John above. Left issue.
Anne (Cullom-Finch) Muse sued her husband for separate maintenence in 1742, but when the case was called, no one appeared. The case was dropped. She was still living with him in 1745.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1716-1718; pg 18
Westmoreland County Court 29th ofNovember 1716
- STEWART v MEWES
The Petition of JOHN STEWART against THOMAS MEWES who intermarried with the Relict of JOHN STEWART, deced. Father of the Petitioner, praying his part ofhis Father's Estate being read and considered it is by and with the request and consent of the parties that AUGUSTINE HIGGINS and LAWRENCE POPE doe some time before the next Court adjust and settle all Accounts relateing to the above affair between both parties and that they make report thereof to the Court
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=173&last=&g_p=G3&co llection=NN Grant
Title Muse, Thomas.
Publication 30 October 1707.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Grantee(s): Muse, Thomas and Muse, John.
Description: 265 acres.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 3, 1703-1710, p. 173 (Reel 288).
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=173&last=&g_p=G3&co llection=NN Grant
Title Muse, Thomas.
Publication 30 October 1707.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Grantee(s): Muse, Thomas and Muse, John.
Description: 265 acres beg.g &c to a parcel of land claimed by Mr. Chickley Corbin Thacker by some called Conways land, thence &c. to the main road leading from Westmoreland Courthouse to Popes Creek.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 3, 1703-1710, p. 173 (Reel 288). 
Muse, Thomas (I024672)
 
77762 WILLS OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, pg. 162
by Fothergill
Appeals Press, 1925.
WILL:
Westmoreland County, Virginia; 4 May 1770
Abstracted Version:
Wife, Mary;
Grandsons:
William Gerrard Hutt,
Joseph, son of Andrew Read [Reid]; dau. Mary Anne Read;
Son Gerrard and his son Gerrard;
Grandson John, son of William Brown.
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HUTT, GERRARD, 4 May 1770; 25 Sept. 1770.
Wife Mary; grand sons William Gerrard Hutt, Joseph son of Andrew Read; dau. Mary Anne Read; son Gerrard and his son Gerrard; grand son John son of William Brown.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 2; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 11-12
THIS INDENTURE made the 28th day of November in the Sixth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith, &c., And in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty two; Between GERRARD HUTT the Elder of the Parish of Cople in County of Westmorland, Gent., and DANIEL HUTT of the same Parish and County, Eldest Son and heir apparent of said GERRARD HUTT of one part and GERRARD HUTT, the Younger, Son of the said GERRARD HUTT the Elder, and Brother of the said DANIEL HUTT of the other part; Witnesseth that GERRARD HUTT the Elder and DANIEL HUTT as well in consideration of the natural love and affection which they have and doe bear unto GERRARD HUTT the Younger, as also of the sum of five shillings currant money to each of them in hand paid by GERRARD HUTT the Younger, the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge, and diverse other good causes & valuable consideations them thereunto especially moveing, have and by these presents do bargain and sell unto GERRARD HUTT the Younger his heirs all that tract of land now in the tenure or occupation of GERRARD HUTT the Elder scituate in the Parish of Cople and County of Westmorland containing by estimacon Two hundred and fifty acres be the same more or less and bounded; Begining at a red Oak standing in an Old Feild at a head of a Branch making out of the Run called the OLD FEILD SWAMP, running thence No. 75 degrees West 68 poles to a red Oak standing by an Old Feild, running thence No. 12 degrees West 116 poles to a red Oak standing at the end of the said Old Feild, running thence No. 24 degrees East to a white Oak standing at the mouth of GERRARD HUTT the Elder's Spring Branch including the other bounds to be the Creek and OLD FEILD SWAMP, which Two hundred and fifty acres of land be the same more or less hereby granted is part of a greater quantity of land given and devised unto GERRARD HUTT the Elder by his Father, DANIEL HUTT, deced., and by his Last Will and Testament bearing date the Third day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred and seventy three, as by the said Will duely proved in the County Court of Westmorland and entered on the Records of the sd. County may more fully appear; Together with all houses orchards, comodities and appurtenances to the premises belonging; To have and to hold the tract of land with the premises and appurtenance unto GERRARD HUTT the Younger his heirs and GERRARD HUTT the Elder and DANIEL HUTT their heirs the land and premises with appurtenances unto GERRARD HUTT the Younger his heirs shall warrant and for ever defend by these presents; free and clear from all incumbrances, (the Quit Rents from henceforth to become due and payable for the premises only excepted); And GERRARD Hun the Elder doth further covenant with GERRARD HUTT the Younger that ANN the Wife of GERRARD HUTT the Elder shall at the next Court held for the County of Westmorland personally appear in said Court and then and there relin- quish her Right and title of Dower and Thirds at the Common Law in the land and premises hereby conveyed; In Witness whereof the parties first above named to these present Indentures have interchangeably sett their hands and seals the day and year
first above written
Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
COLEMON READ GERRARD HUTT, SENR.
THOMAS HUTT DANIEL HUTT
THOS: his mark REDMAN
Memorandum; That on the 28th day of November in the year of our Lord 1732 GERRARD HUTT the Elder and DANIEL HUTT delivered peaceable actual & quiet possession of the within granted land & premises by the delivery of Turff and Twigg on the land unto GERRARD HUTT the Younger in the name and token of possession of the whole land & premises within granted
In presence of COLEMON READ
THOMAS Hutt, THOS: his mark REDMAN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 28th day of November 1732
This Deed of Feoffment of Land passed by GERRARD HUTT the Elder and DANIEL HUTT to GERRARD HUTT the Younger together with the Livery of Seizin thereon endorsed were duely proved in open Court by the Oaths of COLEMAN READ, THOMAS HUTT & THOMAS REDMAN, the witnesses thereto, Also ANN HUTT, the Wife of the sd. GERRARD HUTT the Elder (she being first privately examined) personally relinquished her Right & Title of Dower and Thirds at the Common Law in and to the land by the sd. Deed menconed to be conveyed, all which at the instance of the sd. GERRARD HUTT the Younger are admitted to Record Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the 23th day of January 1732
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. LIBER S; 1747-1753 {Antient Press}: pp 18-19
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty third day of September in ye 22nd
year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Brittain France & Ireland, King, Defender of the faith, &c., And in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & forty eight; Between HAZLE HARDWICH of STAFFORD County, Planter, of one part and GERRARD HUTT of Parish of Copley in County of Westmorld. of other part; Witnesseth that HAZLE HARDWICH for sum of Fifteen pounds currant money to him in hand paid by ye sd. GERRARD HUTT, the receipt whereof HAZLE HARDWICH doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain & sell unto GERARD HUTT his heirs all yt: Plantation parcell of land containing Thirty five acres of land be the same more or less lying in Parish of Cople in County of Westmorland, being part of a track of land whereon JOSEPH HARDWICH, Father of sd. HAZLE HARDWICH party to these presents, which land JOSEPH HARDWICH, deced., willed part to said HAZLE his Son as may appear by the Record of the County Court of Westmorland, which land is part by a Division now vested lawfully in HAZEL HARDWICH, ye sd. land adjoining to the land of WILLIAM LANE & Colo. CARTER, deced., together with all houses orchards priviledges & appurtenances to the plantation and track of land belonging;
To have & to hold the Thirty five acres of land more or less with appurtenances unto GERARD HUTT his heirs and HAZLE HARDWICH his heirs against every person shall warrant & for ever defend by these presents free and clear from all incumbrances, the rent from hence to become due and payable to the chief Lord or Lords of the fee or Fees only excepted and foreprized; In Witness whereof the said party first above mentioned to these presents have interchangeably set his hand & seal the day and year above written
Sealed and Delivered in the Rresents of
EDWARD his mark GILL, HASEL HARDWICH
WM: FORSTER, JOHN GILL 
Hutt, Gerrard (I009510)
 
77763 Wills of Westmoreland County,Virginia
Page 159
Will of Magdalene Jackson
11 Aug. 1766
24 Nov. 1767
Silver box to son Samuel Rust. sons Julius Augustine,Thaddeus & Christopher M. Jackson; decd. husband Christopher D. Jackson.
Estate consists of land, slaves, silver, &c.

Item..... I give and bequeath to my beloved son Samuel Rust a silver box
Valued at one pound five shillings.
Item...... I give and bequeath to my beloved son Julius Augustus Jackson all debts (due to me) in the eastern shore.
Item...... my Will is that my son Julius Augustus Jackson have a negro purchased by my executors about seven years of age the said Negroe of the female sex.
Item..... I give to my son Julius One half dozen of silver spoons four large and two small Ones.
Item..... I give and bequeath to my beloved son Thaddeus Jackson One Negro man named Cesar also One negro woman named Namcy also one half dozen of Silver Spoons four large and two small Ones.
Item..... I give and bequeath to my beloved son Christopher MacCabeus Jackson
One Negro man named Ben also One Negro Woman named Janey and one half dozen of silver spoons four large and two Samll Ones.
Item..... I give and bequeath unto my two sons above mentioned Viz
Thaddeus & Christopher Mac Jackson all my right and title of a Joynture made to me by my husband Christopher Donimick Jackson before marriage amounting to Two hundred pounds Current money of Virginia.
Item...... my will is that the remainder of my estate not yet given be divided between my two sons Thaddeus Jackson & Christopher Mac Donimick: Jackson in such sort that Thaddeus have twenty pounds above his equal part.......
Lastly I appoint my two sons Thaddeus & Christopher Mac Jackson mye executors of this my last Will and testament.....
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In Witness wherof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 11th day of August 1766.
----
Magdalene Jackson (L S)
----
Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of
James Baley
George Lamkin
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RUST, JEREMIAH, 7 Aug. 1731; 29 Sept. 1731. Brother Peter land; son Samuel land in Northumberland and Westmoreland; son William the White Marsh Neck; wife Magdalene home plantation for life and then to son Jeremiah; daughters Hannah and Martha Rust 1 negro each; child my wife goes with 2 negroes.

Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 75
DAMOURVELL, SAMUEL, DR., 12 April 1723; 8 Aug. 1723.
To son Samuel 6 negroes and 200 acres of land in Stafford Co.; dau. Magdalene Rust 100 acres of land in Stafford; dau. Elizabeth Harrison 140 acres of land in Stafford; wife Hannah 2 negroes, 2 horses, 2 beds and furniture.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 2; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 215a
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee CHRISTOPHER DOMINICK JACKSON and MAGDALENE his Wife, wch: said MAGDALENE was late ye Widdow and is sole Executrix of ye Last Will and Testament of JEREMIAH RUST, Gent., late of the Parish of Cople and County of Westmoreland, deceased, in consideration of ye sum of Fifteen pounds current money of Virginia to us in hand paid by PETER RUST of ye same place, ye receipt whereof wee doe Nearby ackolidge have and by these presents doth release and for ever quit claim unto PETER RUST his heires all manner of actions and suits, cause and causes of action, Bills, Bond, Writeings, Olgigations, Accounts, Debts, Dues, Reckonings sum and sums of money or quantity of tobacco, controversies, judgments, executions, claims and demands which CHRISTOPHER DOMINICK JACKSON and MAGDALENE his Wife ever had or which shoe, ye sd. MAGDALENE as Executrix of ye Last Will of JEREMIAH RUST, hath or ought to have against PETER RUST his heires by reason of any matter cause or thing whatsoever touching relating or concerning ye Estate of JEREMIAH RUST from ye begining of ye World to ye day of ye date hearof; In Wittness whereof wee ye aforesd. CHRISTOPHER and MAGDALENE have hereunto sett our hands and seales this fourth day of June 1733
Signed Sealed & Delivered in ye presents of us
JNO: COOPER, CHR: D. JACKSON
JAMES THOMAS, MAGD. JACKSON
GEO: BRUCE, SENR,
Westmorld. ss. At a Court continued & held for ye sd. County the 27th day of June 1733 This General Release or Discharge from CHRISTOPHER DOMINICK JACKSON and MAGDALENE his Wife, (who was late Relict and sole Executrix of the Last Will & Testament of JEREMIAH RUST, Gent., deced.) passed to PETER RUST was presented into Court by GEORGE ESKRIDGE, Gent., Attorney of the sd, PETER, at whose instance the same is admitted to Record Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the 25th day of July 1733, pr. G. T,, C. C, W, 
Damourvell, Magdalene (I007393)
 
77764 Wills Orange County Va
HOBDAY, Edward
3. 92-93: Est inv made 1 Feb 1785; rec 27 Apr 1785.
3. 168-169: Est acct with Robert Martin admr; rec 25 June 1787. 
Hobday, Edward (I113268)
 
77765 Willson, Alexander, Chas. County, 8th Feb., 1715-16; 3rd Apr., 1716.
To William, Ignatius, James and Mary Sympson (Simpson), entire estate, real and personal.
Ex.: Rich'd Edling.
Test: Thos. Sympson, Sam'll Noe, Elias Harrington. 14, 109.
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NOTES: This testator was Thos. Simpson, son of Eliz. Green and Andrew Simpson. died 1744, Charles County, son of Thos. Simpson. The Mary Semmes who signed this inventory was probably his sister Mary, who became the last wife of James Semmes, died 1787, son of James of Marmaduke Semmes. This testator doubtless was married to Sarah, the granddaughter of Thoms Jenkins, Charles County, who in his will, 1726-7, names his granddaughter. Sarah Simpson. In the account of estate of said Thos. Jenkins in May, 1729, it is stated the legacy left to Sarah Sympson was paid to Thos. Sympson. At this time ( March, 1915) I am unable to determine who were the parents of this Sarah Simpson. She was not daughter of Elizabeth (Jenkins) (Jones) Edelen, nor of Geo. Jenkins, nor of William Jenkins. She may have been daughter of Edw. Jenkins, or of Anne (Jenkins) Spalding, but more likely daughter of Mary (Jenkins) Norris.-R. T. Semmes.
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SIMPSON, ANDREW, Charles Co. 2 Nov, 1744;3 Dec, 1744
To son THOMAS, personalty.
To son JOSEPH GREEN SIMPSON, personalty,
To dau Anne CLARK, personalty,
To grandson, JNO. SEMMES, son of CLEBURN SEMMES, 5 shillings.
To dau MARY,. personalty*
To dau CLARE, personalty.
To wife JULIANA, personalty and residue of estate, sole extx.
Test: Jos. M. Semmes, Wm Hagan. 23.659-660
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Thomas Sympson 76.277 CH £294.17.6 Jul 25 1761
Appraisers: Edward Edelen, Leonard Boarman.
Creditors: Andrew Buchanan, James Campbell.
Next of kin: William Sympson, Ignatius Sympson.
Executors: Mary Sympson, James Sympson.
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Children
Benedict Joseph SEMMES b: 1753 in Port Tobacco 100, Charles County, Maryland
Thomas SEMMES b: 1754 in , Charles County, Maryland
Andrew Green SEMMES b: 1756
James SEMMES III b: 1758
===
Charles County Liber L#2 Page 218.
At the request of the Gent. the Visitors of CC School, the following deed was recorded May 27, 1725.
May 26, 1725 from James Semmes of CC, planter, to the visitors appointed by Law for CC School, for 70 £ sterling and for divers other causes, a parcel of land, part of 2 tracts lying in CC near the head of Portobacco Cr, the one called Roundhills which the sd James Semmes bought of Wm Chandler, the other called Chandlers Invention, patented for the afd James Semmes, both adjoining a tract of land belonging to the sd Wm Chandler called Chandlers Hills, which sd parcel of land bargained and sold as afd, is bounded by the afd land called Round Hills, afd Chandlers Hills, containing about 100 acres. Signed -..James Semmes. Wit - Wm Stone*, Thos Stone*. This deed was acknowledged by James Semmes and Mary, his wife.
===
Charles County Maryland Will Book AH-9, 1785-1788; Page 332a.
James Simms' Will.
I, James Simms of CC, am of perfect, sound mind and memory. Firstly, I want my debts and funeral charges paid.
To my son Joseph Semmes - a tract of land called Amendment,
containing 200 acres. Also a tract of land called Semmes amendment, containing 44 acres. Also a Negro man named Aaron, and half my stock and household furniture, and 1 set of Blacksmith's tools.
To my wife Mary Semmes - a Negro girl named Ruth, during her natural life, and afterwards, Ruth and her future increase to my son Thomas Semmes, forever. I also give Mary a Negro woman named Philliss and the remaining half of my stock and household furniture.
To my grandsons Joseph Semmes and Robert Doyne Semmes and my granddaughters Ann Simpson and Mary Semmes - 1 shilling sterling each.
To my son Joseph Semmes and my son Thomas Semmes - a tract
of land in Prince William County, Virginia called part of Walkers tract, containing 260 acres, to be equally divided between them.
Executor: my son Joseph Semmes.
Signed Apr 1, 1785 - James (X his mark) Semmes. Wit -
Ignatius Adams, James Dunnington, Rhoda (R his [sic] mark) Maddox.
Probated on Feb 26, 1787 by the executor and by the oaths
of witnesses Ignatius Adams, James Dunnington, Rhody Maddox
===
Misc: List of Debts formerly Due to Cleburn Simms, 1749-1762: Washington County, MD

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Lisa Simms


A list of Debts formerly Due to Cleburn Simms [sic], InnKeeper (deceased 1750) Frederick County, now Washington County-Frederick County Register of Wills (Inventories) 1749-1762 A 1, i (pp. 93-99) Wife Mary Simms. Witnesses to inventory Elizabeth Jones and Richard Simms, nearest of kin. Sworn before John Darnell.
=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Mar. 1744/5 - Prince George's Co., Md. Court. Cleborn Simms
and Mary his wife vs. Thomas Munroe, for slander. In Sep.
1743 at Prince George's Co. Munroe stated loudly that Mary
Simms killed her servant maid Jane Williams as surely as
William Hill killed John Dement's child (William Hill had
previously been executed at Prince George's Co. for the murder
of Elizabeth Dement, an infant child of John Dement.)
Source: Prince George's Co., Md. Court Records, Liber
DD, pp. 38-40.
Comment: Since Munroe's slander was uttered in Sep. 1743,
Elizabeth would have been killed before that date.

Oct. 1757-Apr. 1759 - A List of the Maryland Militia Accounts for the French & Indian War now before the Committee of Accounts: ... Mary Simms, Frederick Co., ....
Source: Clarke, Murtie J., "Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774," p. 123.
Comment: The list is undated but at p. xiv Clark indicates it was during the period Oct. 9, 1757-Apr. 26, 1759.
===
Anne Clark 48.212 CH £53.4.3 Jan 2 1752
Appraisers: John Beale, William Coomes.
Creditors: Francis Parnham, Jane Parnham.
Next of kin: Mary Seemes, Cleare Sempson.
Administrator: Thomas Simpson 
Simpson, Mary (I047432)
 
77766 Willson, John, Tuckhow, Queen Anne's Co., 10th April, 1725; 19th Aug., 1727.
To wife Mary during life, 100 A. "Sawer's Addition"; 100 A. of "Branfield" with plantation whereon Johamas Denosia. lived.
To son John and En., 100 A. "Sayers Addition"; 150 A. of "Branfeild."
To son Nathan and hrs., 200 A. of "Branfeild."
To dau. Jemima and hrs., 150 A. residue of "Branfeild."
To son Phenies and hrs., 400 A. "Wilson's Chance," 100 A. "Lan's Chance," both on White Marsh branch, Dorchester Co.; and personalty.
To daus. Deborah Dudley, Tamer Dunand. and Mary Bages and their hrs., 1,000 A. in the Colony of Salem, on Stowes Ck. or Gravell Run, West Jersey.
To 3 daus. Dinah Pratt, Sarah and Susannah and their hrs., "Gillford," Kent Co., on Delaware, in territories of Pensilvania, Bishops Br.
To dau. Ester and hrs., "Willson's Fancy," Kent Co., on Delaware, nr. Road to Sent Jons (Saint Johns), Pensilvania.
Wife Mary, extx., 1/2 personal estate; empowered to sell following tracts for benefit of estate: "Harton," bou. of Sqr. Bennett; dwell. plan. "Willson's Addition" and "Good Luck's Range" and "Nod," both near Old Town.
To seven child., viz. Phineas, Sarah, Susannah, Ester, Nathan, Jemima and John, each an. equal share of residue of personal estate as they come of age.
Test: Joseph Gift, Wm. Driskill (Driskell), Wm. Gwynn, John Madden (Maden), John Todd. 19,239. 
Madden, John (I064087)
 
77767 Wilson (Willson), Ephraim, Back Ck., Manoken, Somerset Co., 5th Jan., 1732; 26th Nov., 1732.
To wife Frances, certain personalty, as well as what she was possessed of at time of marriage.
To John Irving (son of wife afsd.) and hrs., all interest in 216 A. of "Hab-Nab," and 48 A. at head of Jeangaukin Neck. Wife to pay all portions due her child. from their father's estate out of what testator releases to her, and is to make no demand for dower interest in his estate.
To son Samuel and hrs., dwell. plan. - , lying bet. land of John Turpin and William Furnis; and personalty.
To son David, grandson Ephraim King and Briget Irving, personalty.
To grandson Ephraim Wilson and hrs., 165 A. "Great Hope," bou. of Randell West.
To Mr. William Stewart, provided he continues to preach at Manoken, personalty.
To sons David and Samuel, exs., and their hrs., land and marsh in Broad Ck. Neck had by bond from Thomas Brown or any other way; residue of personal estate.
Testator directs that should sons or grandsons follow any other way of worship than the Presbyterian Religion, bequests herein made to them shall revert to the rest who follow the afsd. way of worship.
Test: Richard Swift, John Cairns, Robert King. 20, 526.
===
Maj. Robert King (gentleman) 19.62 I £629.0.10 Jul 1 1699
Appraisers: Peter Dent, Ephraim Willson. 
Wilson, Ephraim (I069563)
 
77768 WILSON, Anne, daughter of Richard and Elizabeth, January 30, 1736/7.
 
Wilson, Anne (I068700)
 
77769 WILSON, ELIZABETH, Prince George's Co, 10 Aug. 1775; 16 Oct. 1775
To son Henry Wilson, 1 shilling.
To dau. Elender, side saddle.
To daus: Martha and Lucy, wearing apparel, equally and a gold ring to dau. Lucy.
To dau. Cassandra, wearing apparel.
To son and dau.. Basil, ex., and Lucy, residue of estate.
Wit: John Harvey; William Tucker; Jonathan Montgomery Church. 40. 460
===
WILLSON, Lancelot, Prince George's Co. 27 Jun, 1771; 13 Nov, 1771
Wife Elizabeth.
Children: Basil, Lancelot, Lincey, Elender, Henry, Joseph.
Tract: "Hicory Hills."
Wit: Anthony Page, Jonathan Montgomery Church, Thomas But. 38. 463
===
Lancelot Wilson 7.56 D PG £169.4.3 Jul 1 1776
Basil Wilson claims the payment of 1/3rd of a bond of £100 due by Henry Wilson with Joseph Wilson & the deceased as sureties.
Sureties: Joseph Wilson, William Ray.
Legatees: Henry Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Basil Wilson, Linsey (daughter), Eleanor (daughter).
Administrator: Mr. Basil Wilson.
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1757-1759; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 45. At the request of Joseph Wilson the following Deed was recorded November 1, 1757
Indenture made August 27, 1757; Lancelot Wilson, planter in consideration of 10 pound sterling paid by Joseph Wilson, planter, has sold part of "Wilson's Enlargement" beginning at the 5th line of "Thomas & Mary" and containing 28 acres. Signed Lancelot Wilson in the presence of and acknowledged before John Cooke, Thomas Williams and at the same time Elizabeth Wilson w/o Lancelot Wilson relinguished her right of dower
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1763-1767; Liber TT {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 587. At the request of Isaac Sansbury the following Deed was recorded July 4, 1766
Indenture made June 9, 1766; Lancelot Willson, planter in consideration of 75 pounds current money and also for other good causes and considerations them thereunto moving have sold by these presents unto Isaac Sansbury all that tract called "Thomas and Mary" containing 100 acres and beginning at a white oak standing on the north side of the Beaverdam Branch. Signed Lancelot Willson in the presence of John Hepburn, Samuel Hepburn and acknowledged before John Hepburn and at the same time Elizabeth Willson wife of Lancelot Willson relinquished her right of dower 
Wilson, Elizabeth MNU (I015346)
 
77770 WILSON, ELIZABETH, Prince George's Co, 10 Aug. 1775; 16 Oct. 1775
To son Henry Wilson, 1 shilling.
To dau. Elender, side saddle.
To daus: Martha and Lucy, wearing apparel, equally and a gold ring to dau. Lucy.
To dau. Cassandra, wearing apparel.
To son and dau.. Basil, ex., and Lucy, residue of estate.
Wit: John Harvey; William Tucker; Jonathan Montgomery Church. 40. 460
===
Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776
John Harvey, 24: 12
Elizabeth Harvey, 35: 14: 4: 2 
Harvey, John (I063930)
 
77771 Wilson, Else Daughter of John and Ann, born May 16, 1757
Wilson, Else Was baptized August 25, 1757 
Wilson, Else (I068686)
 
77772 Wilson, Hannah Daughter of John, born June 16, 1753 Wilson, Hannah (I068684)
 
77773 WILSON, Isaac & Milley HARPER, 11 Aug. 1814, m by CJT, b Hubbard Berry, Campbell Co., KY
===
TIMBERLAKE, Thornton & Sophia T. BERRY, 8 Feb. 1816, m by WB, b Hubbard Berry, c by mother Alice Berry, w by Hubt. Berry, Campbell Co., KY 
Berry, Hubbard (I089582)
 
77774 Wilson, James (nunc.), Prince George's County, 30th Mch., 1712; 2nd Apr., 1712.
To John Thomson and Robert Clyde personalty,
Wilson Robins., son of Margrett Robins, residue of personal estate.
Proved by affidavits of Wh. Downes, John Thompson and Thos. Robins. 13.364.
===
James Wilson 33B.1 I PG £32.10.1 Jun 23 1712
Appraisers: James Green, Robert Clyd.
Creditors: William Hutchison.
Executrix: Margrett Robince.
===
James Wilson 35B.23 A PG £32.10.6 £19.18.2 Apr 25 1713
A second inventory was cited in the amount of £0.16,8.
Received from: James Keech.
Payments to: John Thompson, Francis Wheeller, William Dent, John Clements, Thomas Robins, John Hutchinson, William Bladen, Esq., Benjamin Berry, John Pritchett.
Executrix: Margaret Queen, wife of John Queen.
===
James Wilson 34.97 A PG £21.15.8 £1.12.5 Oct 20 1713
Payments to: John Club, John Hawkins, Thomas Whellor, Benjamin Berry.
Administrators: John Queen and his wife Margrett Queen.
===
James Willson 35A.5 A PG £36.7.7 Dec 26 1713
Received from: Thomas Plunkett.
Payments to: Mr. James Stoddart (executor of Mr. William Hutchison).
Mentions: orphan (unnamed).
Executrix: Margrett Queen, wife of John Queen.
===
James Wilson 36C.42 A PG £2.7.1 Sep 10 1715
Payments to: Esq. Bladen, Benjamin Berry.
Executrix: Margaret Queen, wife of John Queen.
===
Robins, Henry, Prince George's County, 20th Feb... 1710-11; 2nd Apr., 1712.
To son Henry and hrs.,, 80 A., "Harner's Pie Patch" at Chingamuxon at decease of his mother.
To son James at age, dau. Margrett at marriage or age, son Thomas and dau. Mary, personalty.
To Sarah Downs and hrs., 100 A., "Robin's Delight;" she dying without issue, to pass to her brother Henry and hrs.
Wife, ----., extx.
Overseers: James Wilson, William D-----res. (Record torn away.) (William Downes) 13. 365.
===
Henry Robince 36C.43 A PG £30.10.6 Sep 2 1715
Received from: Luke Gardner, Mr. John Frazier, John Harries.
Payments to: William Downs, William Bladen. Esq.
Legatees: Henry Robins (son), Thomas Robins.
Executors: John Queen and his wife Margaret Queen.  
Wilson, James (I057402)
 
77775 Wilson, John Married Sarah Brooks, February 7, 1752 Family F32026
 
77776 Wilson, John Son of John and Ann, born March 25, 1755 Wilson, John (I068685)
 
77777 WILSON, John, son of Richard and Anne, November 11, 1726. Wilson, John (I068699)
 
77778 Wilson, Nanny Daughter of John, born February 25, 1752 Wilson, Nanny (I068682)
 
77779 WILSON, Richard, son of Richard and Elizabeth, September 7, 1739. Wilson, Richard (I068701)
 
77780 WILSON, Rueben F. & Amelia [C. or E.] MARSHALL, 24 Oct. 1850, m by LC,
b Thomas Sparrow, c by J.W. Wilson [RNS], Kenton County, Kentucky 
Family F00321
 
77781 Wilson, Spencer Son of John and Ann, born August 30, 1750 Wilson, Spencer (I068681)
 
77782 WILSON, Thomas, son of Richard and Elizabeth, October 21, 1744. Wilson, Thomas (I068702)
 
77783 Wilton, Anthony, 14th Nov., 1665 ; 16th Dec., 1665.
To Ishmaell Wright, ex., personalty in trust for father (unnamed) of testator.
To William Stockter, Guy White, and William Singleton, personalty.
Test: John George, Richard Walker. 1. 242. 
Wilton, Anthony (I090559)
 
77784 Wims or Weems Weems, Samuel (I046368)
 
77785 Winder Ball, son to John, was born July 18, 1756.

guess at parentage 
Ball, Winder (I118074)
 
77786 Windsor Family Cemetery

"Mulberry Hill", 9417 Windsor Way, Burke, Va.

This cemetery is located in the back (formerly the front) yard of "Mulberry Hill". This home was constructed c. 1790, probably by THOMAS WINDSOR. There are several metal fence posts and some wire present, but no clear indications of grave locations. There are 20+ fragments of white marble gravestones stored in the basement of the house and others stacked near the garage. These fragments were recovered from the garden, the area excavated for the garage, and the backyard. The inscriptions, as best as can be pieced together, are given below. The cemetery is densely overgrown.

(2)
SACRED
in the memory of
RICHARD S. WINDSOR
who died March 30th
1850, aged 84 years
& 15 days
Blessed are the
(Top half of stone)

From Cemeteries of Fairfax County, Virginia by Brian A. Conley 
Windsor, Richard Simpson (I076887)
 
77787 Wine bottle seal of Newton Keene 1752 http://www.northlink.com/%7Ermccomb/wdex.html

This seals came from the Keene property which was in the lower neck near Cherry Point, Northumberland County. After the death of William Keene in 1725/26 his widow Elizabeth married John Waughop. Newton Keene was William Keene's son and John Waughop's stepson.

The Waughop family was very prominent for over 100 years in St. Mary's County in Maryland and also in Virginia. It wasn't till the 1830's that the Waughop family left Portsmouth Virginia for Illinois
===
John Mitchell 9.442 I SM £23.18.8 Feb 12 1686
Appraisers: John Evans, John Wau(ghop) 
Waughop, John (I002414)
 
77788 Winfield, John, Calvert Co., 7th Mch., 1710; 12th May, 1711.
To Elisha Hall and hrs., all land on s. e. side St. Leonard's Creek, Calvert Co., and all other lands which he, as guardian to testator, took up in his name.
3 child., John, Jonah and Sarah, all- personal estate.
Wife Eliza:, extx.
Test: Richard Harrison, Jr., Richard Hall, Edward Boteler. 13. 30
===
John Whinfield 32C.142 I CA £155.6.9 Jul 30 1711 Aug 6 1711
Appraisers: Edward Boteler, Edward Ball.
===
John Whinfield 338.227 A CA £155.6.9 £67.18.10 Feb 18 1712
Payments to: John Smith, Richard Dallam, Will. Bladen, Esq. for act of assembly about will of Jonathon Whinfield, Michael Askew, Elisha Hall, Phil. Smith.
Executrix: Elisabeth Whinfield (Quaker] 
Winfield, John (I070991)
 
77789 Winfield, John, Calvert Co., 7th Mch., 1710; 12th May, 1711.
To Elisha Hall and hrs., all land on s. e. side St. Leonard's Creek, Calvert Co., and all other lands which he, as guardian to testator, took up in his name.
3 child., John, Jonah and Sarah, all- personal estate.
Wife Eliza:, extx.
Test: Richard Harrison, Jr., Richard Hall, Edward Boteler. 13. 30 
Winfield, Sarah (I092283)
 
77790 Winifred Hurst?
===
1729-1737 Order Book Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 190
Gaskins Isaac, will, probated 18 June 1735, by Winnifred Gaskins the executrix 
Gaskins, Winifred MNU (I118035)
 
77791 Winifred's daughter, Rebecca who m. Thomas Locker, had a daughter named Mary Anne Speak Locker, b. Nov. 22, 1785 in St. John's Parish.
===
Folio 504 ELIZABETH LOCKER 06/11/1802 06/29.1802
being . -but of a weak & low state of health ..."
Bequeaths to:
l. Barbara Locker --granddaughter (commonly called "Babby Locker")
-to have cow and calf, I dutch oven, 2 pots, chest and all contents, and the bed and furn., on which "I now live
-named executrix of the will
Witnesses; R. H. Courts
Solomon Lanham
Thomas Locker (mark)
Then came: Dr. Richard Courts
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark 
Locker, Thomas (I020716)
 
77792 Winnifred Waller was born ABT 1705 in Westmoreland Co. VA, and died 6 Oct 1751 in Vineyard Farm, Tilltham Mill, Old Church, Clarke Co. VA. She married Guillame de Calmes II 1725 in Williamsburg, Virginia, son of Marquis de Calmes and Isabelle Elliche. He was born 1705 in Stafford Co. VA, and died 10 May 1755 in Stafford Co. VA.
===
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=notiones&id=I439
Calmes Notes, Vol. IV, Issue I, January 1995]
The Old Chapel [picture] in Millwood, Clark County, Virginia, where the gravestone of Winnifred Waller Calmes is located. The stone was moved from "The Vineyard" Plantation in 1859. The inscription of the graveston no longer is readable. From early records, however, we know it reads:
Here lies the body of Winnifred, the wife of Major Marquis Calmes.
They were joined in wedlock 26 years and had six children.
She was a loving, virtuous and industrious wife, a tender mother, and kind mistress.
She departed this life October 6, 1751 Anno Domini.

===
She is supposed to have been the daughter of John Waller III of Westmoreland County, son of John Waller II and wife, Dorothy King, who was the son of John Waller I, the immigrant. (Virginia Genealogies, 1891, William & Mary Quarterly, Volume 5 Number 3,
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=notiones&id=I439
Thomas H. Pope, a descendant of William B. Calmes of Newberry, South Carolina, and a person who has done much research, writes that Winnifred Waller was the daughter of William Waller, Jr., and that land owned by William Waller, Sr., was adjacent to land granted to Marquis Calmes by Lord Fairfax. Mr. Pope also writes, "Proceedings resulting in the grant of 400 acres to William Waller were commenced after the deaths father, William Waller, Sr., and of one Gerrard Master, an alien, to whome had been granted 800 acres on July 2, 1699. (Patent Book 5, page 237, Cavliers and Pioneers, Nell Marion Nugent, Volume 2, 1666-1695, page 60). William Waller, Sr., died before the land could be divided. When Masters died, title to the entire tract was in him. As an alien, his land would ascheat to the Colongy. William Waller, Jr., and Richard Fassaker therefore petitioned and were granted 400 acres each." (Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742, page 6, page 237, Grant Book 2, page 67). 
Waller, Winifred (I038544)
 
77793 WINNIFRED WHEELER (1663- ) married twice
Winnifred Wheeler was born 13 March 1663 in Charles County, Maryland, the daughter of John and Mary ( ) Wheeler.
She married John Speake. abt August 11, 1685 because of the deed from her father.
On 11 August 1685, John Wheeler for natural love and affection he hath towards his daughter, Winnifred, the wife of John Speaks, deeds to the said John Speake a tract of land called Plymouth, in Charles County, Maryland, containing 350 acres, standing by a fork of Piscataway Creek.
When Prince George's County, Maryland was formed, that tract became part of the new county as the following deed indicates: "4 Dec. 1722 John Speake and Winnifred his wife, and John Speake, Jr. for 20 pounds sterling and 450 pounds of tobacco, sell to John Cade, a parcel of land called Plymouth, in Prince George's County, containing 140 acres, originally patented to John Wheeler, 14 June 1675." They had at least one child:
John Speakes, Jr.

Winnifred Wheeler was born 13 Mar 1663 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1725-1730 in Charles County, Maryland . She was the daughter of 2. John Wheeler and 3. Mary Causine. She married John Speake Bef 11 Aug 1685 in Charles County, Maryland , son of Thomas Speake and Elizabeth Bowling. He was born 1665 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland Formed 1637 Created As Original Colony, and died Bef 1 Jan 1732 in Charles County, Maryland .

Children of Winnifred Wheeler and John Speake are:

i. John Speake was born Abt 1685 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1775 in Charles County, Maryland . He married Elizabeth Wade. She was born Abt 1698 in Charles County, Maryland .

ii. James Speake was born Abt 1691 in Charles County, Maryland , and died Abt 1692.

iii. Thomas Speake was born Abt 1693 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1767 in Charles County, Maryland . He married Jane Maddox Abt 1707 in Charles County, Maryland . She was born Abt 1693, and died in Charles County, Maryland .

iv. Richard Speak was born 1698 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1749 in Charles County, Maryland . He married Theodosia Wade Abt 1718 in Charles County, Maryland . She was born Abt 1700 in Charles County, Maryland , and died Apr 1758 in Charles County, Maryland .

v. Jane Speake was born Abt 1700 in Charles County, Maryland . She married Edward Maddox Abt 1723 in Charles County, Maryland . He was born 1691 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1771.

Charles County Circuit Court, Birth, Deaths & Marriage Records, Liber Q
Wheeler, Winifrid, d/o John and Mary Wheeler, b. Mar 1663
===
Charles County Circuit Court Liber L, Page 178
I1 Aug 1685; Indenture from Jno. Wheeler, Gent., to Jim. Speaks and Winifred his wife, d/o Jno. Wheeler; a parcel of land called Phmoth on a fresh of the Piscataway River; containing 350 acres; /s/ Jno. Wheeler (mark); wit. Ignatius Causcene, Wm. Barton
===
Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 32
10 Nov 1685; Indenture from John Wheeler, Gent., to John Speake; for a quantity of tobacco and love of his natural dau. Winnifred; a parcel of and called Plymouth; containing 350 acres; near fresh of the Piscataway; /s/ John Wheeler (mark); wit. Wm. Thompson, Sam'll Cooksey, Tho. Sympson, Jr.
===
Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 400
1 Nov 1720; Recorded at request of Richard Speake, planter:
28 Nov 1720; Indenture from John Speake, Gent., and Winnifred his wife, to Richard Speake, s/o sd. John and Winifred; for love of their son; part of a parcel called Reserve in the woods at Chingamuxon; containing 210 acres; /s/ John Speake, Winnifred Speake (mark); wit. Thomas Stone, Gustavous Browne, Jno. Manning; 28 Nov 1720 ack. by John Speake and his wife Winifred
===
Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 402
1 Dec 1720; recorded at request of Thomas Speake, planter:
28 Nov 1720; Indenture from John Speake, Gent., and Winnifred his wife, to Thomas Speake; for love of their son; part of a parcel called Reserve; containing 143 acres; /s/ John Speake, Winnifred Speake (mark); wit. Thomas Stone, Gustavous Browne, Jno. Manning; 28 Nov 1720 ack. by John Speake and his wife Winifred
===
Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 261.
At the request of John Parnham of CC, the following deed was recorded this Mar 23,: 1725.
Mar 9, 1725 from John Speak Sr of Chandler Town in CC, innholder, to John Parham of CC, for 40 £ sterling and for divers other good causes, 2 lots in Chandler Town in CC, and taken up by John Speak Sr afd, bounded by stake #34, containing and laid out for 1 acre 3 rood and 8 perches, asby certificate and plat of Mr. John Manning's survey. Signed - John Speake. Wit - Jon Fendall*, Robt Hanson*. Winifred, wife of John Speak Sr, relinquished her right of dower in and to the within mentioned 2 lots.
===
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 352
Enrolled at request of Thomas Owen 11 Jan 1728:
Indenture, 11 Jan 1728; Between John Speake, Jr., of Charles County, planter, and Thomas Owen, planter, and Elizabeth his wife (lately relict of John Cade, millwright) of the one part and Robert Cade, minor son of John Cade; John Speake, Jr. with his father John Speake, Sr., of Charles County, innholder, and Winifred his wife, mother of sd. John, Jr., sold on 4 Dec 1722 to John Cade a parcel being part of a tract called Plymouth near the main fresh of Piscataway; originally patented for John Wheeler 14 Jun 1675; bounded by Joseph Newton; containing 140 acres; /s/ John Speake; wit. Jose. Belt, Edw. Sprigg; 11 Jan 1728 ack. by John Speake and Elizabeth his wife
===
Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 346
Enrolled at request of Joseph Newton 25 Aug 1731:
Indenture, 8 Jun 1731; Between John Speake, Jr., planter and Joseph Newton, merchant; John Speake, Jr. together with his father John Speake, Sr. of Charles County, innholder, and Winifred his wife, did by deed dated 24 Nov 1718 convey to Joseph Newton a tract called Plymouth near the main fresh of Piscataway originally patented John Wheeler 14 Jun 1675; containing 210 acres; whereas it was found that the tract of land was not the absolute right of the grantors; that John Wheeler, father of sd. Winifred, had by deed of gift 11 Aug 1685 to Winifred wife of John Speake; if they shd. die before they reach the age to possess the land, it was to return to the possession of John Wheeler; whereas John Speake, Jr., eldest son of sd. John Speake and Winnifred his wife petitioned the General Assembly of Maryland at Annapolis Tues 5 Oct 1725 setting forth the bargain and sale to John Cade of one part of sd. tract called Plymouth and the other part to Joseph Newton; declaring intention to settle other lands in Charles Co. of equal or greater value; this indenture for 5s unto Joseph Newton a tract called Plimouth; /s/ John Speake, Jr.; wit. Geo. Dent, Ed. Anderson; 8 Jun 1731; ack. by John Speak and Elizabeth his wife
===
Charles County Court Records, November 1741 Court, Liber T#2, Page 292
The Justices here do describe the following main Roads, and do appoint the several persons hereafter named overseers of sd Roads for the ensuing year according to the several precincts and divisions following, viz -
The main Road from the head of Portobacco to Mattawoman Swamp, and from the head of Portobacco to the main Run by Semmes' and from Cap: Samuel Hanson's into the main Road below the widow Speaks', and the road that strikes out of Piscataway Road by David Southland's to Richard Wheelers Mill, and Annapolis Road from old Pomfret Race 'til it falls into the Road that leads from Portobacco to the Huckleberry branch, and the road that strikes out of Piscataway Road near old Pomfret Race and leads to Mattawoman near the plantation of Thomas Plunket, decd. Charles Neale & Jacob Clements, Overseer: 
Wheeler, Winifred (I002273)
 
77794 WINSTON, John & Elizabeth NOBLE, 16 Oct. 1806 [bond is dated 17 Oct.], m by GH, b Washington Berry, Campbell Co., KY Family F04453
 
77795 wit on hugh french 1740 will Benson, John (I084298)
 
77796 With but one husband, Dr. William Skinner, the story of Elizabeth Mackall should be a decidedly easier tale to tell. It is, of course, not without some confusion. Louis C. Mackall notes the marriage of Elizabeth to a Wm. Skinner but goes no further.

Elise Greenup Jourdan in Early Families of Soutern Maryland, vol. 2 with her attention directed to the Skinner Family states that Dr. William Skinner married Elizabeth Mackall, lived at The Reserve, and had the following children: Martha, William, James. Leonard, John, Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth. No other wives are inferred for Dr. Skinner.

Mildred Bowen O'Brien in her booklet, Mackall also gives us the marriage to Dr. Skinner; however, lists the children as: James, Mary, William, Elizabeth. Conservatively, I have listed only the children that Jourdan and Bowen show in common
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Mackall, Mary, Calvert Co., 25th Jan., 1715; 15th May, 1718.
To son John and his wife, Susannah.; son James and his wife, Ann; daus. Ann and Elizabeth Skinner, personalty.
To Mary (dau. of James Mackall) and Mary (dau. of Wm. Skinner), £3 and personalty each at 21 yrs. or marriage.
To Ann (dau. of Robt. Skinner), personalty.
Son Benjamin ex. and residuary legatee.
Test: Jonathan Cay, Tho. Howe. 14. 657
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Mrs. Mary Mackall 1.90 CA £77.13.0 Jun 11 1718
Appraisers: Thomas Howe, Samuell Abbott.
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Mrs. Mary Mackall 1.293 A CA £77.3.0 £38.14.2 Jul 30 1718
Received from: Col. Mackall.
Payments to: Mr. Thomas Howe, Mr. Nathaniel Dare, Mr. Joseph Sympson.
Legatees: Col. John Mackall and his wife Susanna Mackall, Mr. James Mackall and his wife Ann Mackall, Ann Skinner (daughter), Elisabeth Skinner (daughter), Mary Mackall (daughter of James Mackall), Anne Skinner (daughter of Robert Skinner), Mary Skinner (daughter of William Skinner).
Executor: Mr. Benjamin Mackall.
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Prince George's County Land Records, Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 1; Indenture, 12 Aug 1702
From: William Skinner, planter of Calvert County and wife Elizabeth
To: Ignatius Craycroft, merchant of Prince George's County
189 acres called Hatchett in Prince George's County on the west bank of the Patuxent River sold for 94L/10s; bounded by Brooke Creek Manor and land laid out for Corneilius Canedy
Signed: William Skinner and Elizabeth Skinner (mark)
Witnessed: Thomas Hollyday, Robert Bradly, and Clark Skinner
Memorandum: 12 Aug 1702 Elizabeth Skinner, wife of William, examined by Thomas Hollyday and Rob't Bradly
Alienation: 13 Aug 1702 from Ignatius Crraycroft the sum of 7s/6p
Recorded: 11 Sep 1702 
Mackall, Elizabeth (I003349)
 
77797 with Durrett Lampard providing surety [Durrett is Durrett Lanford, husband of Jane's sister, Ester Bush] Family F21527
 
77798 with the Thomas Turner of King George records, James could be a son of his

the Lightfoots were of Essex/Caroline and lived across the river from Thomas Turner.

In 1765 James Turner and wife Kerenhappuck sold their dwelling and former residence with 100 acres of land to William Lightfoot. This was described as the land Isaac Norman gave James Turner, 1733, on his marriage to Isaac's daughter, Kerenhappuck. According to their descendants, they moved to Halifax County, Virginia
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The following research by:
Gwen Boyer Bjorkman
gwenbj@seanet dot com

CANNOT PROVE THIS CONNECTION!! (We have a DNA match, but we cannot prove the parents of James and William Turner.)
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Name: Gail R. Blancett
Email: grblancett@gforcecable.com
Note:
I seriously doubt any connection between James Turner (spouse Kerenhappuch Norman) and the Col. Thomas Turner family of King George Co. despite the geographic proximity of where the families resided at different times there in VA. We have documented the DNA signature in our Turner DNA Project (under Family Tree DNA Company) a descendant of Col. Thomas Turner (with a superb pedigree) and it does not match that of the James Turner and Kerenhappuch Norman Turner descendants.
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Bennie Lou Hook Altom)
1728 King George
1731 Spotsylvania
1735 Orange
1747 Prince William
1751 King George poll list
1759 Fauquier
1761 Culpeper
1766 Halifax
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1728 - Isaac Norman, of St. George's Par., & James Turner, of King Geo. Co.; 634 acs. (N. L.), Spotsyl. County, in St. George's Par; in the gr. forke of Rappahannock River; adj. Thomas Stonehouse & Thomas Farmer; 28 Sept. 1728 [Cavaliers & Pioneers, Patent Book 13, p. 301, (Nugent), Vol. III, 1695 - 1732, Virginia State Library, Richmond, Virginia, 1979, p. 346].
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1731 - Spotsylvania County VA, Isaac Norman and James Turner "of St. George Parish, County VA, to Robert King, for 3200 lbs. Tobacco and 11 shillings currency, 634 acres in St. George Parish 2 February 1731 [Virginia County Records, Vol. I, Spotsylvania County,
1721 - 1800, W.A. Crozier, Gen. Pub. County, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1978, Deed Book B, 1729 - 1734, p. 115].
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5 Sep 1732 Spotsylvania County VA County Court Orders Page 149
JAMES TURNER v. Robert King for 830 and 255 costs executed one of several executions returned by the Sheriff. [Sparacio]
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1733 - Spotsylvania County, Isaac Norman discharged from Constable,
James Turner is appointed in his place. 2 Oct 1733 [Virginia County Court Records, Order Book Abstracts, Spotsylvania County, Virginia 1732 - 1734, (Sparacio) 1991, P. 91.]
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1734 - Spotsylvania County, Isaac Norman to "James Turner, my son-in-law, planter, and Kerenhappuch Turner, my daughter of ye said county," 100 acres in Spotsylvania County, 30 Jan 1733/4 [Virginia County Records, Vol. I, Deed Book "C," Spotsylvania County 1721 - 1800, (Crozier), Gen. Pub. Co. Inc., Baltimore County, Maryland 1971, P. 182].
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2 April 1734 Spotslyvania County VA County Court Orders Page 297 On petition of JAMES TURNER to have his Constable?s precinct divided, it being too large & c., is granted. [Order Book Abstracts, Spotsylvania CoVA (1734-1735) Ruth & Sam Sparacio, 1991, Antient Press.]
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1736 - Orange County VA, ordered that James Turner, Nathanel Hillen, Isaac Norman and John Roberts, appraise the estate of Jacob Wall [Orange Co VA Order Book One, Barbara Vines Little, 1990, P. 91].
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26 March 1744 Prince William County VA Will Book C Pages 452-453 Bond on JAMES TURNER, John Garner, Vincent Garner unto Benjamin Grayson, John Wright, Joseph Blackwell, and John Frogg, Gent. Justices. For 50 pound. JAMES TURNER, administrator of JOHN CHILTON. [Dorman]
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10 Nov 1744 King George County VA Inventories & Appraisements Page 316 Inventory and appraisement of estate of JAMES JONES, deceased from Prince William County items valued and totaled includes Negro man, three women and three girls.. a servant man with 17 months to serve..appraisers JOHN GARNER, THOS. WELCH, JAMES TURNER sworn before JOHN WRIGHT.
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Orange Co, Virginia DB 9: 214-215, 228 22 Aug & 22 Nov 1744 James Turner wit to deeds
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25 Sep 1747 Prince William County VA Deed Book Page 74-75 Indenture between Peter Hedgeman of Stafford County VA and JAMES TURNER of Prince William County VA 200 acres on east side of fork of Rappahannock River "lease for three lives" of JAMES TURNER, his son JAMES TURNER, and daughter MARY TURNER. Signed Peter Hedgeman, JAMES TURNER. Witnesses Richard Young, James Grimsley, EDWARD TURNER.
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Orange Co, Virginia DB 11:55-58 Indenture 26 May 1748 between Isaac Norman of Orange County, Planter, and James Turner, son in law of Prince William Co ... grants 100 acres land lying on south side of Thorough Fare Mountain, joining land of Joseph Norman.
24 May 1748 he gave half of his personal estate to his wife Frances Norman and half to his son in law James Turner. [Deed Abstracts of Orange County, Virginia, Orange County Deed Book 11, Part I, (Sparacio) 1985, P. 94
23 May 1748 Isaac Norman to James Turner, son in law of Prince William Co. 24 acres land in Orange County where he now liveth
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Orange Co, Virginia DB 11: 73-74 26 Jun 1748 James Turner, Parish of Hamilton, County of Prince William, Planter, and Joseph Norman of St. Mark's Parish, Orange County, Planter ... grants 24 acres .. land and plantation whereon Joseph Norman's father, Isaac Norman now liveth .. Flatt River .. land conveyed by Isaac Norman to James Turner by deed
26 May last past .. Provided .. it is covenanted between James Turner and Joseph Norman in consideration of the love they bear unto Frances Norman, wife of Isaac Norman, mother of Joseph Norman, and mother in law of James Turner, that she shall have title during her natural life. Recd. 28 Jul 1748.
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22 April 1751 Culpeper County VA Deed Books Page 307
Robert Froggit of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Blacksmith, to JAMES TURNER, of Hamilton Parish, Prince William County, Planter. Mortgage to secure 24 pounds current money to be paid within six months after date hereof. One full set blacksmith's tools, some iron, steel, one bed and furniture, one chest, and all my crop of tobacco hanging, and striped in my tobacco house. Also five hoggs marked with a crop, and three slits in one ear, and underkeel, and overkeel in other ear. One black horse, branded on rear buttock WE. One bridle, and one saddle. Signed Robert ? Froggit Witness: JAMES SMITH, SARAH SMITH, MARY TURNER.
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Poll List Recorded 10 January 1751
King George County VA - Deed Book 4
[Sparacio: Deed Abs of King George County VA, P. 23-24.]
Numerical List: JAMES TURNER 106; JAMES COURTNEY 107
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24 Jun 1752 James Turner & Care his Wife Against James Grimsley Trespass on the Case
The suit is Dismissed the parties being agreed.
Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Order Book Abstracts of Prince William County, Virginia (1752-1753,) (McLean, Virginia:1988) pp. 4, 19, 27, 42, 43, 49, 74-75, 80, 85, 112, 117
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3 July 1754 Prince William County VA Order Book, Page 125
Joshua Jones having attended two days as evidence for EDWARD TURNER at the suit of SAMUEL MOORE; Robert Duncan having attended two days (same suit); JAMES TURNER [SR] having attended two days (same suit); JAMES TURNER, JUNR, having attended two days (same suit)…[Sparacio] See also 7 Oct 1724 entry regarding TURNER / MOORE.
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24 September 1754 Prince William County VA Order Book Page 143
Stephen McCormack Plaintiff, JAMES TURNER, defendant, on petition suit is continued between the parties until next court. Thomas Davis, Philip Waterfield, EDWARD TURNER, JANE TURNER, WILLIAM TURNER, SARAH TURNER, Witnesses for said Stephen. [Sparacio]
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17 Nov 1756 Culpeper County VA Deed Book C Pages 4-10
Robert King of Culpeper County, planter, and Mary his wife to John Thomas of same. 83 acres being part of tract formerly purchased by King of Isaac Norman and JAMES TURNER by deeds of lease and release acknowledged in the County of Spotsylvania by Norman and Turner 2 Feb. 1730 which is part whereon William Hensley now lives..corner to Thomas Turner.. in Jones' line.
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1759 Fauquier Co VA Tithables. Thos. Marshall's List p.4 col.1 [accn #24569]
Henry Bramlett 1
Hedgman's Quarter }
Steven McCormack & negroes } 12
William Turner }
Alexr Turner } 3
Edwd Turner }
James Turner 1
Thomas McClanaham }
3 slaves } 4
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Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Minute Book Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia (1762-1763), (McLean, Virginia:1993) p. 122 TURNER, James 41, 43, 46, 102.
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18 Jun 1761 Culpeper County VA Deed Book Pages 505-509
Conrad Kabler of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, planter, and Joan his wife to JAMES TURNER of same, planter, for seven pounds current money, 9-3/4 acres in Great Fork of Rappahannock River, south side of Mount Poney, part of tract formerly granted to Adam Yeager, conveyed to Frederick Kabler, 25 Nov 1746. For 200 acres and by deed of gift.
Acknowledged by Frederick Kabler, to his son Conrad, 21 May 1761. On a branch, being lower corner to land of Jacob Miller, in line of Yeager (now Kabler). Signed Conrad Kabler, Joan (X) Kabler. Witnessed: Richard Young, Surety, Henry Field, Jr.
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18 Sep 1765 Culpeper County VA Deed Book Pages 32-38 JAMES TURNER of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, planter, and Caronhappock his wife, to Samuel Stigler of Bromswick Parish, King George County VA, planter. Lease and release, for 120 pounds current money, 400 acres line of a patent granted to John Gordon, former corner to Jacob Miller, in Conrit Kabler's side of Mount Poney, along side of mountain, in a line of John Spotswood, Esq. To John Asher's now Benjamin Martain's. Also 9-3/4 acres which JAMES TURNER purchased of Conrit Kabler, and Joan his wife, by deed 18 June 1761. Signed: JAMES TURNER, CARONHAPPOCK (X) TURNER. Witnesses: Richard Young,
Joseph Amiss. Caranhappock was first privily examined.
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17 Oct 1765 Culpeper County VA Deed Book -Page 64-65
Bond on JAMES TURNER and Kerenhappuck Turner, his wife of Culpeper County, to William Lightfoot of same. For 500 pounds current money.
To convey the dwelling house and plantation of his former residence together with 100 acres adjoining to the plantation of LIGHTFOOT which Isaac Norman gave unto TURNER on the marriage of his daughter Kerenhappuck NORMAN for the consideration of fifty pistoles current money. JAMES TURNER and KERENHAPPUCK TURNER.
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16 June 1766
Halifax County VA
Deed Book 6, Page 65
John Owen of Halifax County, Yoeman, and Betty his wife, to JAMES TURNER of Culpeper County, Virginia, Planter. For 130 pounds, 400 acres part of Nicholise order of Council, which was conveyed to said Owen.
Beginning at a Black Jack, thence north crossing Courthouse Road, further crossing race paths, and crossing the old road leading to Mann's. All houses, buildings, and gardens. Signed: John Owen, Betty (X) Owen.
Witnesses: Joseph Robards, Ambrose Nicholise, Abraham LeGrand, Joshua Stone Jr., Christopher Kabler, Jesse Nicholise.
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16 May 1771
Halifax County VA
Deed Book , Page 206
JAMES TURNER, SR. of Halifax to Thomas Hope of Halifax, 68 acres being part of tract where Turner now lives, in fork of road just above Turner's plantation on branches of Difficult Creek, bounded by Hope, & Turner.
Signed: James Turner.
Witness: Francis Watlington, John
Orril Tunstall, Samuel Wimbish.
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[See also: (1) Halifax CoVA Deed Book 13, Page 95, 20 Sept. 1784,
Wm. Thompson To John Coleman 244 acres "east side of Piney Branch" of Difficult Creek bounded by Kerenhappuch Turner; (2) Halifax VA Deeds, 1795, James Turner conveyed land on Difficult Creek adjoining Wattlington, witnesses: Joseph Sandford, Mary Morehead; and (3) Halifax VA Map, 1859, Ludwig Bucholtz, Virginia Library and Archives.]
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Title: Halifax County VA Deeds, WILL BOOK 1, 1773/1783.
Page: p. 45 Text: The following is dated 21 July, 1773:
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"Being low in body but in perfect memory.
To my loving wife during her widowhood four Negroes, Daniel, Sancho, Jeany and Milly, also 2 feather beds & furniture, and one horse called Lightfoot, one mare called Flye, and four trunks, 3 iron pots, 1 frying pan, 2 dishes, 12 pewter plates, 6 basins, 6 cows, and 8 sheep. Also 100 acres of land, also 1 doz. of the choice of my hogs.
To my son JAMES after my wife's marriage or decease the above 4 Negroes, 1 large iron pot called consion (sic) and the choice of one of my best shirts.
To my son-in-law, JAMES SMITH all my wearing cloaths.
I give the rest or residue of my estate of what soever to be sold and equally divided amongst my children.
Exr. Son JAMES TURNER and my wife KIPPERHAPON TURNER.
21 July, 1773 S/JAMES TURNER.
Witness: Thomas Hope, William Drake, Abraham LeGrand. Nathaniel Terry, Gent. Sec." (Bennie Altom)
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20 Oct 1774 Halifax County VA Inventory & Appraisement Page 97
JAMES TURNER, total 438.17.1; Extr. Kerranhappuck Turner, James Turner [II]. [Chiarito and Prendergast]
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JAMES TURNER SR. b.approx.1690-1705?; d. 1773.
JAMES TURNER, JR. b.c1740, d.1809. 
Turner, James (I031102)
 
77799 Wither (Whitter), William, planter, Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, 5th Dec., 1736; 24th Jan., 1736,
To wife Ann, extx., entire estate.
Test: Thomas Gilpen (Gilpin), William Gilpen (Gilpin), MCW 21.730.
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Isaac Gilpin 24.473 CH £11.7.0 Mar 7 1739
Appraisers: Francis Ware, John Chandler.
Creditors: Gustavus Brown, Ann Whitter.
Next of kin: William Gilpin, Thomas Gilpin.
Administratrix: Eleanor Gilpin 
Gilpin, William (I013709)
 
77800 witness Charles Clements Will July 2, 1755
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743-Liber Y - Page 47.
Jun 27, 1739 from John Hearbin of Charles County, planter, and William Hearben (Harben), his brother, of PG, planter, to John Macklean Jr of PG, planter, for 9 £ sterling and for other good causes, all that tract of land lying upon Goose Cr in PG, being part of a tract of land called The Gleaning, containing and now laid out for about 100 acres. Signed - John Hearben, William Hearben. Wit - Joseph Peach, James Wilson, Thos Gordon, Thos Cramphin. This deed was acknowledged by John Hearben & William Hearben, and also Ann, the wife of sd John, & Elizabeth, wife of the sd Willm, before Tumor Wootton* and Thos Gantt Jr*. Recorded Jun 27, 1739.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 79. Lease. Aug 28, 1739 from Charles Carroll of the City of Annapolis, Esq, to William Harbin of PG, planter, the lease of a tract of land called Out Lett, lying in PG, bounded by the line of Mr. Clement Hills Manor, containing about 47 acres, during the terrn of 21 years from today, paying yearly on each Mar 25 to sd Carroll, 400 lbs of clean, merchantable tobacco, to be delivered at the Landing of the Eastern Branch of Potowmack. Harbin may not sell or destroy timber, nor apply any but to the necessary repairs and use of the dernised premises. Harbin may not have more hands to work the premises than himself, his wife, and children, and if his children are unacceptable to work, then only to take in one able hand. Within 3 years, Harbin will plant 150 apple trees in a regular orchard, each tree being distant at least 30 feet, and sd trees to be kept in good order and fenced. In the case of nonperformance, Harbin will pay Carroll 6 £ s erling. Harbin will keep the houses apd plantation in tenantable repair. Signed Charles Carroll. Wit - Danl Carroll, Arch( Edmonston. This deed was acknowledged before Turnor Wootton* and Willm Smith*. Recorded Aug 29, 1739.
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Harbin (Harben), William, yeoman, Prince George County, 25th March, 1733; 14th May, 1733,
To son John and hrs., 1/6 pt (50 A.) "The Gleaning"' on Goose Ck.
To 2nd son William and hrs., 3rd son Elisha and hrs., 4th son James and hrs.., 5th son Joshua and hrs., 6th and last son Edward Willias Harben and hrs, each 50 A. of afsd. tract.; shd. any die without issue survivors to divide portion of dec'd.
To 6 sons afsd. and 3 daus. (unnamed) residue of personalty.
To wife Mary extx. use of dwelling plantation during life. Testator directs that he be buried at the Church as near as possible to his Pew.
Test: John Allison, Anne Young, John Flint. 20.672.
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Thomas Willson 23.37 A PG £152.16.4 £79.5.2 Dec 2 1746
Received from: John Crampkin, Andrew Cottrill, Benjamin Cox, John Adams, Thomas Matthews, John Johnson, Joseph Gold, William Halling, William Williams, Mark Whitiaker, William Marshall, Robert Masters, William Harbin, John Ridgeway, Thomas Gittings, Nathan Magruder, Samuel Grigg, Nathan Hays, Alexander Duvall, Joseph Wilson.
Payments to: John Cramphin, Kenneday Farrell, Thomas Waring, Robert Masters, Cole & Mattingly, Capt. John Gardiner, Humphrey Hazeldine, David Griffith (of Virginia), Thomas Cramphin, Matthew Hopkins, Edward Traford, Esq. (merchant in Liverpoole), Christopher Lowndes & Co., Christopher Lowndes, William Beall, Jr., Lord Baltimore, Mrs. Mary Carroll per Charles Carroll, Esq.
Executrix: Pricilla Willson.
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Wm. II, 6/20/1717; died 1792 in Elbert, Ga. , Married Elizabeth___ abt. 1737, Prince George Cnty, Md.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 222. Bill of sale. I, William Harbin of CC, for 1755 lbs of tobacco and 5 £ 11 shillings and 2 pence, have sold to John Cartwright Waters, 1 cow and yearling, 1 sow and 7 pigs, 3 barrow hogs, 1 feather bed & furniture, 1 chest, 1 table, 1 woollen wheel, 2 iron pots, 1 frying pan, 5 pewter plates, 2 dishes, 1 basin, 8 barrels Indian corn, & 200 lbs of bacon. Signed Feb 10, 1791 - William (+ his mark) Harbin. Wit - Alexr McPherson*, Recorded Feb 11, 1791.
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Fairfax Co Va Deeds Liber C; pp 155-156
Indenture 24th March 1751 between LEWIS ELLZEY of Fairfax County, Gent., and WILLIAM HARBEN of same, Planter .. in consideration of rents.. farm let .. land lying on west side of Kitocton Mountain containing 159 acres .. during natural lives of William Harbin, his wife Elizabeth and his son John Harben .. paying yearly five hundred and thirty pounds of Crop Tobacco to be paid at a convenient Warehouse .. each 10th day of May ..
No witnesses shown. Lewis Ellzey
Lease recorded 26th March 1751. William Harben 
Harbin, William (I015236)
 

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