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

Samuel Love

Male Abt 1720 - 1787  (~ 67 years)


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  • Name Samuel Love 
    Born Abt 1720  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1 Oct 1787  Buckland Estates, Buckland, Prince William County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I020124  Tree1
    Last Modified 6 Apr 2020 

    Father Samuel Love,   b. 1686, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Dec 1772, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years) 
    Mother Mary Abbott,   b. Abt 1690,   d. Aft 1751, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 62 years) 
    Married This marriage is not proved Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F01540  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Mary Briscoe,   b. Between 1714 and 1718, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Dec 1748, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 34 years) 
    Married 5 Dec 1742  Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Eleanor Love,   b. 18 Sep 1743, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Apr 1748, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 4 years)
     2. Samuel Love,   b. 20 Feb 1745/46, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Dec 1800, Salisbury, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 54 years)
     3. Martha {Patty} Love,   b. 24 Dec 1747, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 6 Apr 2020 
    Family ID F03659  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Sarah Garner,   b. Bef 1741, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1802, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 61 years) 
    Married Abt 1757  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • marriage is unproved
    Children 
     1. Augustine Love,   b. Abt 1758, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1811, Loudoun County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 53 years)
     2. John Love,   b. 1760, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jun 1834, Greene County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
     3. Charles Love,   b. 1765, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 May 1792, Prince William County, Virginia - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 27 years)
    Last Modified 6 Apr 2020 
    Family ID F12405  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1778-1791 Prince William Co VA Will Book G
      Pages 377-380. Will of Samuel Love:
      Sons: John Love and Charles Love to have water grist mill on Broad Run and 2 a. of land belonging to it, tenants in common.
      Son: Charles all my land I now live on adj. to mill 240 a .... line of Henry Taylor .... to it intersects a line bounded of land I now live on purchased of Walter Taliaferro. Also to Charles a bond of William Augustine Washington for 500 lbs. payable to Augustine Love & by him assigned to me.
      Son: John Love remainder of my land I live on not already sold or devised of 560 a.
      Son: Augustine Love negroes Venses?, also Lidia, and Frank, dau. of Patte
      Niece: Elizabeth Chinn 10 lbs. saddle and horse.
      Niece: Jennitt Ewin Urquhart saddle & horse, also 10 lbs. yearly until she marries.
      Sons: Remainder of estate be divided between John & Charles.
      Exors: Sons Samuel, Charles, and John.
      Dated: April 3, 1785.
      Signed: Samuel Love
      Wits: Dixon Robinson, Samuel Foster, Joshua Foster.
      Codecil: To son Charles 300 a. on Broad Run adj. mill.
      To son John 500 a. being residue of land I now live on, and only by this codicil to add 60 a. of land to that part given to son Charles and revoke so much and no more of my former gift to my son John.
      To my niece Jennett Ewine Urquhart, who is now happily setted with her brother I do herely revoke my former bequest to her and in lieu I devise to her sum of 30 lbs. within term of 2 yrs. after my death.
      To son Augustine I hereby revoke the gift to him of 10 barrels of corn during his life time, now only till term of 7 years only.
      Wife: Sarah Love 2 cows & calves, 2 heifers out of my stock at Mattox.
      Signed: Samuel Love
      Wits: Henry Taylor, Samuel Foster, Nathaniel Fostor.
      Dated: March 31, 1787.
      Proven: Oct. 1, 1787.

      ===
      LOVE, SAMUEL, SENR., Charles Co. 26 Dec 1771; 1 Dec 1772
      To son Charles Love, tract part of "Westwood Manor" and riding saddle.
      To son Samuel Love, ex,, three tracts where I now live, part of tract "Brotherwood" and part of "Eagleton," bounded by a hickory near the age of Thomas Reeves and 12 acres I bought of Joseph Allen running to the line of a parcel I bought of James Swann called Eagleton, and Negro woman Elizabeth and Negroe girl Monicay, he to pay to my dau. Nancy Reeder their hire annually for life,
      To grandson Charles Love son of William Love and Elizabeth his wife, part of tract "Partnership" in St. Mary's Co,
      To son Jose Love, tract part of "Partnership" in St. Mary's County Negro man Thomas.
      To son Phillip Love, Negro man Peter and boy Edward.
      To granddau. Jennet Ervin Urguhart.. Negro Henrietta.
      To grandson Charles Urguhart, 1/2 of residue of personal estate*
      To 2 sons, Philip and Jose Love, other half of residue of personal estate.
      Wit: Bennett Dyson; Thomas Reeves; Thomas Swann. 39, 29
      ===
      Samuel Love 6.341 D CH £232.9.4 May 31 1774
      Sureties: James Key, Gerrard B. Causin.
      Legatees: Charles (son), Philip (son), Joseph (son), Samuel (son), Jennett Urquhart.
      Residue to: Charles Urquhart (1/2), Philip Love (1/4), Jose Love (1/4).
      Executor: Mr. Samuel Love.
      ===
      Children
      Elenor LOVE b: 18 Sep 1743
      Samuel Love The THIRD b: 20 Feb 1744/45
      MARTHA LOVE b: 24 Dec 1747
      Charles Sr LOVE
      John LOVE
      Augustine LOVE
      ===
      William Kingland 11.414 CH £82.17.2 Apr 28 1726 Jul 4 1726
      Appraisers: George Belt, Robert Mahoone.
      Creditors: Thomas Smoot, John Sly.
      Next of kin: Samuel Love, Samuel Love jr.
      Administratrix: (name not given).
      ===
      Thomas Hunt 12.413 A CH £79.0.4 £12.10.1 Aug 28 1734
      Sureties: Samuel Love, John Posten.
      Received from: James Broadway, John Lang, Samuel Love, Randall Morris, Mary Birch, John Lyon, John Parham, William Middleton, John Kirkwood.
      Executrix: Anna Hunt.
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      Thomas Swann 20.361 A CH £305.14.6 £170.10.4 Aug 20 1744
      Sureties: Edward Turner, Samuel Amery.
      Payments to: Henry Davis, Samuel Swan, Phillip Key, Johnn Chesly, Peter Dent, Samuel Love, Jr., James Thous, James Swann, Jr., Samuel Anery, Benjamin King, Tobias Cahagen, Samuel Love, Samuel Bellvood, John King, John Southern, Jasper Kennick.
      Representatives: widow (unnamed), James Swann, Thomas, John, Cephainah Swan, Elisabeth King, Mary Thorne, Juda Swann, Ledia Swann.
      Administratrix: Abigal Swan
      ===
      George Hatton 29.332 CH £95.8.10 Apr 20 1744 Aug 24 1744
      Appraisers: Samuel Chunn, Samuel Love, Jr.
      Creditors: John Bowling, Philip Key.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Hatton.
      ===
      John Butler 21.435 A CH £21.17.4 £67.0.0 Aug 10 1745
      Sureties: John Bigges, Thomas (no surname given).
      Received from: William Cox, Samuel Lewis, Robert Briscoe, Benjamin Jamieson, Thomas Jameson, Patrick Fenald, William Butler, Nathaniel Sail, Richard Suit, Thomas Smoot, James True, Thomas Williams, Philip Dorsey, William Mcferson, James Boarman, Peter Cartwright, Jest. Cooksey, Edward Candle, Edward Edlin, James Ferald, Robert Gill, Thomas Hardman, James Nevison, Samuel Lucket, Joseph Nalley, William Halley, George Saint Clare, Thomas Saint Clare, Thomas Thompson, Jest. Williams, James Williams, Joseph Piles, Charles Love, John Jordan, William Boarman, Samuel Love, Philadelmus Semmes, Ignatius Tenneson, Susanna Butler.
      Payments to: Peter Wood, Dr. Francis Parnham, Jest. Burch, Capt. William Graham, John Walker, Mary Johnson, Humphry Bell (merchant in London), Richard Edlin, Margaret Ward, Richard Gildart, MM Tubman & Hartcley, Samuel Lewis, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Abraham Davenport, Thomas Jameson.
      Representatives: only the accountant.
      Administrator: William Butler.
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      John Chunn 23.76 A CH £421.15.1 £126.19.11 Oct 15 1746
      Sureties: Thomas Bazil, Jr., Samuel Amery.
      Received from: Jest. Burch, Thomas Dyson, George Dyson, William Scott, James Mills.
      Payments to: James Nevison, James Nevison assignee of Thomas Jackson, Dr. John Williams, Dr. Richard Cooke, Dr. Parnham, Philip Key, Samuel Love, Richard Wainwright, Edward Davis, executors of Peter Mitchell, Abigal Swann, Mr. Henry Brooker Thomas Dyson, Thomas Tippel, Sarah Dyson, Robert Buscoe, Joseph Noble, William Blackenbury, Joseph Allen, Samuel Chunn, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Samuel Hanson.
      Administrator (de bonis non): Andrew Chunn.
      ===
      Richard Matthews Thompson 42.184 CH £265.15.9 Jan 3 1749/50 Mar 23 1749/50
      Appraisers: Samuel Love, Jr., Robert Gill.
      Creditors: Benedict Boarman, John Hanson yst.
      Next of kin: Elisabeth Hanson, Joseph Thompson.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Sarah Thompson.
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      John Philpot 43,253 CH £288.15.8 Apr 17 1750 Jun 25 1750
      Appraisers: Samuel Love Jr, John Marshal.
      Creditors: James Cambell, Samuel Hanson.
      Next of kin: Benjamin Phillpot Samuel Phillpot.
      Administrator/Executor: John Philpot. (Cousin John T. Philpot)
      ===
      William Neal 94,290 CH £650.19.17 Feb 10 1767 Jul 15 1767
      (also William Neale)
      Appraisers: Samuel Love, Jr., George Clark Smoot.
      Creditors: James Jordan, John Mason.
      Next of kin: Mild. Wheeler, Joseph Neale.
      Executor: John Neale.
      ===
      Mr, Basill Brooke 95.184 CH £1295.7.1 Nov 6 1767 Nov 13 1767
      Appraisers: Samuel Love, Jr. Ben amin King.
      Creditors: John Craig for John & James Jamieson John Lancaster.
      Next of kin: Basil Smith Roger Smith.
      Executrix: Henretta Brooke.
      ===
      WOOD, MARY, Charles Co. 13 Feb, 1769; 29 May, 1770
      Son: Gerard Wood.
      Daus: Sarah Wood and hrs.
      To daus Anne Brandt and hrs., a book called, "The Guide to Repentance,"
      Estate to children: Charles and Anne Brandt; Gerard and Sarah Wood, Son Charles Brandt, guardian to children Gerard and Sarah Wood; In case of his decease, then friend James Wood, bro, to late husband, shd. have care of sd. children.
      Ex: Son Chas. Brandt,
      Wit: Saml. Love, Anne Harriss, Violetta Gwinn. 37.621
      ===
      Mary Wood 6,191 D CH £29.6,10 Oct 17 1771
      Sureties: Samuel Love, Jr,, Jesival [Jezreel] Penn.
      Distribution to (equally): Charles Brandt,, Gerard Wood, Anne Brandt, Sarah Wood.
      Executor: Mr. Charles Brandt.
      ===
      Mr. Christopher Haw 112,246 CH £826.15.0 Jul 9 1773
      Appraisers: Edward Edelin, Thomas Richard Cooksey.
      Creditors: Meverell Lock, Samuel Love.
      Next of kin: Samuel Briscoe, Philip Briscoe.
      Executrix: Sarah Price Haw,
      ===
      Samuel Love 114.408 CB £230,17.9 Dec 3 1772 Apr 26 1774
      Appraisers: Bennett Dyson, Thomas Reeves.
      Executor: Samuel Love.
      ===
      Mary Trivitt 117.112 CH £30.1.6 Dec 29 1772 Jan 14 1774
      Appraisers: Raphael Boarman, Francis Posey.
      Creditors: Edward Edelon, Samuel Love.
      Administrator: Joseph Gwynn, Jr.
      ===
      Sarah Vinson 97.230 CH £497.17.8 Jan 12 1768 Jun 15 1768
      (also Sarah Vincent)
      Appraisers: Samuel Love, Jr., Benjamin Douglas, Jr.
      Creditors: Warren Dent, Joseph Aderton.
      Next of kin: Marah Martin, Sarah Ford.
      Executor: John Vincent,
      ===
      Katharine Douglass 97.232 CH £379.15.7 Jun 7 1768 Jun 16 1768
      Appraisers: Samuel Love, Jr. William Brown.
      Mentions: John Smoot, David Wather.
      Mentions: T. Harris, Elisabeth Smoot.
      Executor: Joseph Douglass.
      ===
      William Courts 5.208 D CH £1299.6.7 Aug 23 1769
      Sureties: Charles Courts, John Fendall.
      Legatees: Elisabeth (wife), John (son), Richard Hendley Courts (son).
      Distribution to: Elisabeth (wife, 1/3). Residue to 3 sons (equally): John, William, Richard Hendley Courts.
      Executors: Samuel Love, Jr. and his wife Elisabeth Love, Richard Hendley Courts.
      ===
      Te: [MDCHARLE-L] Samuel Love "Linner Sheet"
      Sent: 12/28/2004 11:14 AM

      These from my notes. I believe the property was really named "Lumber Street."

      Linda Reno

      5/2/1726: Deed from Samuel Tennison of SMC to Samuel Love of CC, carpenter, pt. of "Westwood Manor", formerly in SMC and now in CC; "Lumber Street", 100 ac. Samuel Tennison hereby warrants these presents against himself and his heirs against the heirs of Elizabeth Elliott. Deed ack. by Elizabeth, wife
      of Samuel Tennison. (CC Liber L, #2).

      1/31/1737-1738: Samuel Love and his wife Mary conveyed "Linner Sheet", 100 ac. (Early Settlers of Chas. County, Bates).

      1/31/1737-8: From Samuel Love of CC, planter to William Warder of CC, planter for 2000 lbs. tobacco "Linner Sheet", 100 ac.
      Wit: Robert Yates, John Briscoe.
      Deed ack. by Samuel Love and Mary, his wife. (CC Land Rec.).
      ===
      Liber H#2, Page 208
      19 Nov 1718; Recorded at request of Samuel Love, carpenter:
      11 Nov 1718; Indenture from Ebsworth Bayne, Gent., to Samuel Love, carpenter; for £20; a parcel of 100 acres part of tract called Brother Wood; /s/ Ebsworth Bayne; wit. Jno. Fendall, Jno. Parry; 11 Nov 1718 ack. by Samuel Love and Kindrick his wife
      ===
      Charles County, Maryland., Land Records, 1733-1743;
      Recorded Feb. 4, 1737/8: Jan. 31, 1737/8 from Samuel Love of Charles County, planter, to William Warder of Charles County, planter, for 2000 lbs tobacco, a tract of land called Linner Sheet, lying in Charles County, bounded by a plain on the south side of Matawoman Creek, containing and laid out for about 100 acres. Signed - Samuel (S his mark) Love. Wit - Robert Yates, John Briscoe. The deed was acknowledged by Samuel Love and Mary, his wife.
      ===
      Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 519.
      At the request of Samuel Love Jr, the following deed was recorded on Nov 8, 1751.
      I, Saml Love of CC, planter, for the natural love I have for my son, Samuel Love, and also for divers other good causes, and for 5 shillings sterling, I have given my sd son a certain tract of land in CC adjoining my now dwelling plantation, being part of a tract of land called Eagleton which I purchased of James Swann, containing about 57 acres and 139 perches. I except and reserve for my own use, 1 water mill now on Eagleton, and 4 acres of land adjoining thereto, to be laid off as I shall direct. Signed Sep 23, 1751 - Saml (S his mark) Love. Wit - Jno Winter, Robt Yates'. Mary, the wife of the sd Samuel Love, released her dower.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 114. Jun 3, 1766 from James Smith Sr of CC, planter, to Samuel Love of CC, Gentleman, and William Courts, son of William, of CC, for 50 £ in gold and silver, during and, until sd William Courts shall arrive at age 21 years, all the land of sd James Smith Sr lying in CC in Piccawaxen Neck on the east side of a branch formerly called Bennitts Branch and now commonly called Smiths or the Church Branch or Run_ After ad William reaches age 21, the land goes to sd William forever; before age 21, the land goes to sd Samuel. Signed - James Smith Sr. Wit - Jno Winter*, Robt Horner*. Recorded Oct 27, 1766.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 579. May 4, 1774 from Samuel Love of CC, planter, to Bennett Dyson of CC, for 315 £, several parcels of land in CC adjoining each other whereon Samuel Love the Elder, now decd, father of the sd Samuel Love, party to these presents, did live, and being part of a tract of land called Brotherwood, and also part of a tract called Eagleton, pounded by the south side of the swamp above the mill dam, the 12 acres that sd Samuel Love the Elder bought of Joseph Allen, the parcel of land sd Samuel Love the Elder bought of James Swann being part of sd Eagleton, together with the water mill and other buildings and improvements thereon. Excepted is a graveyard thereon, containing one eighth of an acre, which is reserved and kept by sd Samuel Love. Signed - Saml_ Love. Wit - Jno Winter*, Philip Briscoe*. Recorded May 9, 1774

      the Wife Sarah may be the sister of Jane Jones who married a different Samuel Love.

      or Sarah Carter d/o Landon Carter of Manassas.

      http://www.bucklandva.org/

      Buckland is a rare American example of the familiar axial English village pattern. The Main Street of the Town extends from the main house entrance gate. Both Buckland Hall and the Town of Buckland stand on the “Broad Run Tract” originally owned by the sixth Lord Fairfax, who conveyed this land to his agent, Robert (King) Carter. Carter conveyed the land to his sons and son-in-law, who in turn sold the land to Samuel Love in 1774. Love began construction of the main house, a single pile stone residence commonly attributed to architect William Buckland, though this affiliation is not documented.

      Samuel Love’s sons, Samuel, John, Charles, and Augustine, served as Virginia Regiment Officers during the Revolutionary War and returned to transform Buckland into a vibrant mercantile center. Beside the existing mill, and at the base of the lane leading to the main house, they built an assortment of secondary structures for production of farm goods. Soon, the distillery, stone quarry, blacksmith, tannery, stores, and a second mill called “Kinsley” built in 1794 by John and Charles, were operating and were frequented by travelers. Outside merchants arrived, leased adjoining parcels and built stores of their own. When Samuel Love the elder died in 1787, John Love inherited the main house. By the end of the eighteenth century there were additional shopkeepers, a wheelwright, cooper, apothecary, boot/shoe manufacturer, saddler, woolen factory, two taverns, and a church – the essentials of a small town.

      In 1797, by petition to the Virginia General Assembly, John Love laid out a grid of lots around the irregular cluster of earlier shops and outbuildings described in this document as “already built upwards of twenty good houses occupied by tradesmen and merchants.” These buildings included “considerable manufactorys of grain” and a stone distillery on lot 29. The petition further recommended “Buckland as a proper place for establishing a town and possessing singular advantages over any other situation within a considerable distance.” The petition also carefully described all of the natural amenities afforded at this site. The General Assembly established the forty-eight lott Plan of the Town on 15 January 1798.


      Charles County Land Records 1799-1801; Liber IB-3 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 182.
      At the request of Walter Dyson, the following Division was recorded April 4, 1800
      We Walter Dyson and Matthew Stone of CC having land adjoining to each other and being desirous of obviating all disputes that might happen and under pain of forfeiting 50 pounds current money bind ourselves to abide by the following division by us mutually made before and in presence of these witnesses. Beginning at a locust post standing on the south side of the White Oak Swamp, the third boundary of "Eagleton" to the beginning of a piece of land sold by James Swann Sr. to Samuel Love and by Samuel Love to Bennet Dyson father to said Walter Dyson. Signed Walter Dyson, Matthew Stone on March 26, 1800 in the presence of Philip Swann, Benjamin Swann


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      http://genforum.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?prince,william::love::4992.html

      1st Sergeant Samuel Love, 3d Reg., CL

      In the National Archives are several months worth of Muster Rolls of Captain Philip Richard Francis Lee's Company, 3d Virginia Regiment, Continental Line.

      On the roll for November 1777, 1st Sergeant Samuel Love is listed as present for duty. This company had recently fought in the Battles of Germantown (Oct 1777) and Brandywine (Sep 1777). Captain Lee was wounded at the Battle of Brandywine.

      The soldiers in Captain Lee's company were recruited from Fauquier and Prince William Counties.
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      http://www.pwcgov.org/library/relic/PDF/reliquary/PWR_4-2006.pdf
      Prince William Militia in the Prince William County Order Book for 1778-1779

      A second militia company was commanded by Captain John Linton in July 1778. His
      company’s officers were 1st Lieutenant Robert Warren, 2nd Lieutenant Samuel Love and Ensign
      William Linton

      Samuel Love was a 3rd Virginia veteran, serving with Captain Philip Richard Francis Lee of Prince William County. Love enlisted February 6, 1776 in Capt Phill Lee’s company as a sergeant and served from February 1776 until January 1778 when his enlistment expired. Sergeant Love was discharged at Yorktown, Pennsylvania. In January 1785, Colonel Grayson received Samuel Love’s certificate for the balance of his full pay for £18 15s 15d as a sergeant in the Continental Infantry.
      Samuel Love apparently did not apply for a pension for his Virginia Continental service.

      The July 1779 court orders deal with a number of local promotions for militia officers: Samuel Love was recommended to be a 1st lieutenant; William Reeve took his oath as a 2nd lieutenant and Isaac Smith took his oath as an ensign in the county militia.
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      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber U; 1779 - 1784; pp 418
      THIS INDENTURE made the first day of October in year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and Eighty three Between NICHOLAS WARE of County of Prince William and MARTHA his Wife of one part and JOHN STONE of County of FAUQUIER of other part Witnesseth that NICHOLAS WARE and MARTHA his Wife for sum of Three hundred pounds current money of Virginia and Thirteen thousand pounds of Crop tobo. have sold unto JOHN STONE and his heirs a parcel of land in said Counties of Prince Wm. & FAUQUIER containing Three hundred and forty two acres and is part of the land whereon NICHOLAS WARE now lives and is bounded Begining on BROAD RUN at the mouth of a branch called the. OPASSOM BRANCH thence up said branch its several meanders So. E. to an Oak Stump in a Lane at the mouth of WILLIAM HERNDON's SPRING BRANCH then leaving the branch So. Et. to a dead box Oak a Spanish Oak and two small Hiccorys on a drain in CARTERs ancient line. thence with that line & the line of THORN- TON So. Wt, til it comes to the MOUNTAIN ROAD, thence up the Road till it intersects with the line of said WARE & Mr. SAMUEL LOVE, thence No. Et. to a large dead white Oak marked Tstanding near a small Hicory marked, thence No. E. to a white Oak stump near the head of a branch or drain of BROAD RUN in a Corn Field, thence down the said Branch No. Et. to the mouth of said Branch to where it empties into BROAD RUN thence down said Run its meanders So. Et. to the begining being all the land belonging to NICHOLAS WARE that lies on the North East side of said MOUNTAIN ROAD, and all woods waters houses orchards belonging To have and to hold unto JOHN STONE his heirs and assigns forever In Witness whereof NICHOLAS WARE & MARTHA his wife have set their
      hands and seals in presence of JA: NICHOLAS WARE
      JAMES WHITE. WILLIAM WYATT. MARTHA WARE
      WM HERNDON

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