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

George Harrison

Male 1707 - 1749  (42 years)


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  • Name George Harrison 
    Born 1707  Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 21 Mar 1748/49  Fairfax County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I021567  Tree1
    Last Modified 17 Jun 2021 

    Father William Harrison,   b. Bef 1682, Chopawamsic, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 4 Feb 1725/26, Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 44 years) 
    Mother Sarah Hawley,   b. 1686, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jun 1778, Fauquier County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 92 years) 
    Married 1702  Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F13087  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Martha Price,   b. Abt 1710, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Dec 1768, Truro Parish, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 58 years) 
    Married Abt 1727  Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 17 Jun 2021 
    Family ID F13086  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ourtexasfamily& id=I16336
      URL title: Doris Ross Johnston's Our Texas Family
      Note:
      Will: 26 NOV 1748 Fairfax County, Virginia
      I GEORGE HARRISON of Fairfax Co. in Virginia do make constitute ordain and appoint this to be my Last Will and Testament being in perfect sence and memory that is to say First, I will that my just debts be paid. Item: my will and desire is that my beloved wife MARTHA HARRISON do have the use benefit and advantage of my Estate real & personal during her Natural Life and after her decease, I do give devise and bequeath unto my Nephew JOHN WEST the son of HUGH WEST all and singular the said Estate real and personal to him his heirs and assigns forever AND I do appoint my Nephew JOHN WEST to be whole and sole Executor of this my Last will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 26th day of November 1748.GEO. HARRISON
      Wit: HENRY TERRELL, SAMPSON DARRELL, HUGH WEST JR.
      Proved in Court 21 Mar 1748/9.
      HARRISON'S EXCR. BOND . . . JOHN WEST JUN. DANIEL FRENCH CHARLES BROADWATER Last Will and Testament of GEORGE HARRISON Decd. All Recorded Book __, pp. 260-262.

      A true and perfect Inventory and Appraisement of the goods & chattels of GEORGE HARRISON gent. decd. as followeth (viz): 19 hoggs, 2 sows & 8 piggs, 7 stears, 2 Cows & Calves, 5 Cows & Yearlings, 1 large looking glass, 2 small ditto, 1 Desk, 4 Tables, 4 small trunks, 1 sugar box, 10 old Chairs, 1 Large Bible, a parcel of old books, 1 spie glass, 1 candle box & brush, Earthen ware & glass, a mustard pot 2 Peper box 1 Punch Ladle 1 Pint Black Jack & punch straine, 1 Trundle bed & bedding, 1 standing bedstead & bedding, 1 boulster 2 pillows & a set of curtains, 5 beds, 1 pr Fire tongs & shovel, 1 Smoothing Iron stand & heaters, 1 Tea Kettle & stand, 4 Candlesticks 1 Spice morter 1 pr Candle snuffers, 1 baisting ladle, sheets, napkins, towels, tablecloths, 2 old tables & 1 chest, 1 warming pan, 1 case of Pistols & houlsters, 1 spinning wheel, 2 guns, 2 flat smoothing iron, a parcel of Fight Ware, 1 Bell mettle skillet & skimmer, 1 ladle & flesh fork, 1 pr large & 1 small fire to! ngs, pot hooks, 11 Iron scuers . . . 3 weeding 2 hilling & 2 grubing hoes, 1 plow, a riding Chair, 12 head of sheep, 1 pr money scails & weights, 1 hone & 2 Razors, 1 sow & piggs, shoemakers nippers, 1 Mans saddle & 1 Gray horse 1 bay mare, 1 Gray horse called Wooster, 1 Negro man called TOM, 1 Negro woman called JEAN & child called MEMA, 1 Negro woman called SARY and Child called JAMES, 1 Negro girl called BESS, 1 Negro boy called DICK, 1 Negro man called JACK, 6 Teaspoons tongs & case . . . 1
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      1749- 12 May- Fairfax County, Virginia- Accounts of Jacob Lucas:
      To 2 rents paid: Capt. George Harrison, to Mr. John Carlyle, Harry Piper, Dr. John Hunter, Thomas HALBERT, John Summers, John
      Harper, Thomas Elliot, 2 Levys. Sarah Lucas Adm.
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      Wills in Fairfax County, Virginia , Page 5
      HARRISON, George.
      21 Nov. 1748. 21 March 1749.
      Wife: Martha Harrison. Nephew John West (son of Hugh West) is named as legatee and executor.
      Wit: Henry Terrett, Sampson Darrell, Hugh West, Jr.
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      ABSTRACTS OF WILLS, FAIRFAX CO., VA.
      (Liber A, B, Wills-by Eula K. Woodward)
      George Harrison Nov 21, 1748 probated March 21, 1749 wife: Martha
      Harrison, Nephew JOHN WEST (son of Hugh West) is named as legatee and executor.
      Witness Henry Terrett, Sampson Darrell, Hugh WEst Jr. Will book A
      1742-1752
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      LAND RECORDS, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Liber A
      (by Mrs. Eula K. Woodward, Washington, D. C.)
      6 Aug. 1745, Lease. Thos. Marshall, Prince George Co. Md. gent. &: Elizabeth his w. & Zephaniah Wade, Truro, Fairfax, 150 A. on Doeg's Creek granted Thos. Derrick, Junr. &: Saml. Wells 5 Oct. 1694. Wit. Law. Washington, Richd. Osborn, Geo. Harrison. Elizabeth Marshall, his w. signs release 20 Aug. 1745, p. 453.
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      RE: Beginning at a White Oak page 191-192
      John Harle is not on Green's list. He voted in 1748 and his will was dated 13 July 1749 and recorded 27 Sentember 1749. He named wife Elizabeth, son John and daughter Francis.

      William Harle is on Green's list with five tithables;
      he voted in 1744 and 1748. Four daughters were mentioned in his will dated 9 January 1749 and recorded 27 March 1750. (Fx. Wills A:332)
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      RE: Beginning at a White Oak page 191-192
      337 HARLE, WILLIAM
      TRAMEL, GERRARD 547 17 April 1742 NN E:471 Accotink between lines of Col. Mason, Dec'd., and Watts and Harrison.

      William Earle sold 20 June 1749 to John Moncure, Stafford County Clerk. (Ex. Deeds 13:481. This deed gives the date of the patent as 17 July 1742.) John Moncure devised to his daughters, Anne Moncure and Jane, wife of James Wood. Jane and James Wood conveyed 275 acres to John Wren, who sold to James Hurst 23 March 1786. (Fx. needs 0:175)

      HARRISON, BURDETT - See SMARR, ANDREW: HARRISON, BURDETT AND HARRISON, THOMAS.
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      RE: Beginning at a White Oak page 191-192
      338 HARRISON, GEORGE 208 3 August 1742 NN E:493 Adjacent Pearson, Tramell and Harrison.***

      The plat for this grant is recorded NN E:474 and shows the Falls Church on land adjacent to this grant.

      The arbitration between Harrison and Michael Ragan is mentioned in Fx. Deeds B:472, 16 August 1748. Ragan was awarded 107 acres which were to be conveyed to him by Harrison. A plat shows the house built by Capt. Harrison. John West, Jr. sold the 107 acres to Michael Reagan, land "now in possession of Michael Reagan." John West, Jr. was heir to the lands of his uncle, George Harrison, after the death of Harrison's wife, Martha. Martha married John Posey and they leased the Harrison part of the partition for £20 to George Thrift during the life of Martha. (Fx. Deeds D:803.

      19 January 1761) John West sold to John Hurst, and stated he would make the title good after the death of Martha Posey. The tract is described as near the upper church and taken up and patented by George Harrison and Michael Reagan. (Fx. Deeds D:900. 18 August 1761)

      James Hurst and Mary his wife sold 145 acres for £291 to James Wren 28 May 1787. (Fx. Deeds Q:398) This tract was known as Winter Hill and was sold to John Butcher 7 September 1850 for $1500. (Fx. Deeds P3:121)

      Michael Reagan left 107 acres on the main road Alexandria to Falls Church to his two daughters, Constant and Mildred. Constant died without issue and her part went to Nicholas Reagan, heir-at-law. Nicholas Reagan of Berkeley County, Virginia, sold for 5300 current money of Virginia to John Carlyle. (Fx. Deeds D4:244. 22 October 1778)
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      RE: Beginning at a White Oak page 191-192
      297 HARRISON, GEORGE
      SUMMERS, JOHN 843 24 November 1739 NN E:216 Indian Run and Holmes Run adjacent West, Pearson and Harrison. Recorded on the following nape, E:217, is a plat which shows a school house.

      This grant was divided and the division is shown in Fairfax Deeds B:373. It was surveyed 2 April 1747 by John West. John Posey and Martha his wife gave up her dower rights for £50 to John West, heir of George Harrison. (Fx. Deeds D:262. 19 May 1756)

      See Netherton, Green String Farm.

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      LAND RECORDS, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Liber A
      (by Mrs. Eula K. Woodward, Washington, D. C.)
      9 May, 1744, Lease. Thomas Marshall, of Prince George Co. Md. & John Manley, Truro Par. Fairfax Co., upper side Doegs Creek, purchased by Thos. Marshall from Wm. Spencer, land belong. Nicholas Spencer, decd. g. f. to Wm., 100 A.
      Wit. John Minor, Daniel French, Geo. Harrison.
      Release signed by Elizabeth Marshall,
      w. of Thomas. 11 May, 1744, p. 168
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      LAND RECORDS, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Liber A
      (by Mrs. Eula K. Woodward, Washington, D. C.)
      14 May, 1744, Lease. George Harrison, Truro Par. Fairfax Co. gent. to John Manley, same Par. & Co. 100 A. lying on Doegs Creek purchased of Wm. Spencer, granted to Nicholas Spencer, g. f. of sd. Wm.; Muddy Hole branch.
      Wit. John Minor, Daniel French, Thos. Marshall.
      Release signed by Martha, w. of Geo. Harrison.
      May 17, 1744, p. 173.
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      LAND RECORDS, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Liber A
      (by Mrs. Eula K. Woodward, Washington, D. C.)
      17 May, 1744. John Manley, Truro Par. Fairfax Co. gent. & Thomas Marshall, Prince Georges Co. Md. gent. 150 A. granted Thomas Derrick, Junr. & Saml. Wells 5 Oct. 1694.
      Named in boundaries, Beverdam, Doges Creek, Katkroone, Val. Peyton, W. Hamson, Geo. Harrison. 17 May, 1744. Release signed by Sarah Manley, w. of John. p. 179.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://gnbi.com/REGAN/maillist/Msg55.htm
      URL title: Regan Ragan Riggin et. al. Message55
      Note:
      p.191-2: 338 Harrison, George 208a 3 Aug 1742 NN E-493. Adjacent Pearson, Tramell, & Harrison. The plat for this grant is recorded NN E:474 and shows the Falls Church on land adjacent to this grant. The arbitration between Harrison & Michael Ragan is mentioned in FX Deeds B472, 16 Aug 1748. Ragan was awarded 107 acres which were to be conveyed to him by Harrison. A plat shows the house built by Capt Harrison. John West Jr sold the 107a to Michael Reagan, land now in possession of Michael Reagan. John West Jr was heir to the lands of his uncle George Harrison, after the death of Harrison's wife Martha. Martha married John Posey and they leased the Harrison part of the partition for 20 lbs to George Thrift dur ing the life of Martha. (Fx. Deeds D803 19 Jan 1761) John West sold to John Hurst, and stated he would make the title good after the death of Martha Posey. The tract is described as near the upper chruch and taken up and patented by George Harrison & Michael Reagan. (FX Deeds D:900. 18 Aug 1761)
      James Hurst and Mary his wife sold 145a for 291 lbs to James Wren 28 May 1787 (FX Deeds Q398) This tract was known as Winer Hill and was sold to John Butcher & Sept 1850 for $1500. (FX Deeds P3 121) Michael Reagan left 107 acres on the main road Alexandria to Falls Church to hs two daughters, Constant & Mildred. Constant died without issue and her part went to Nicholas Reagan, heir at law. Nicholas Reagan of Berkeley County, Virginia sold for 300 lbs current mone y of VA to John Carlye. (Fx Deeds D4:244 22 Oct. 1778).

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      Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
      March 28th 1737 (C-104)
      Guardian Bond
      Know all men by these presents that we George Harrison & Hugh West are held and firmly bound unto the Worshipful Justices of Prince William County their Heirs Executors and Administrators in the sum of two hundred Pounds to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this 28th day of March 1735.
      The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound George Harrison guardian of Susannah Clark his heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to be truly paid unto the said Orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said George Harrison as soon as the said Orphans shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of
      George Harrison SEAL
      Hugh West SEAL
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      Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
      March 28th 1737 (C-105)
      Guardian Bond
      Know all men by these presents that we Hugh West & George Harrison are held and firmly bound unto the
      Worshipful Justices of Prince William County their Heirs Executors and Administrators in the sum of one hundred Pounds to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this 28th day of March 1737.
      The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Hugh West guardian of Mary Harrison his heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to be truly paid unto the said Orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said Hugh West as soon as the said Orphans shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of Thomas Robinson.
      Hugh West SEAL
      George Harrison SEAL
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      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 454-457
      THIS INDENTURE made the twenty fourth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & forty one Between GEORGE HARRISON of the Parish of Truro in the County of Prince William gent of one part and NATHANIEL POPE JOY of the same Parish & County Planter of the other part Witnesseth that the said GEORGE HARRISON for the Rents and Covenants expressed herein after hath granted to farm let unto the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY & to his heirs one certain parcel of land containing one hundred & twenty five acres being part of a tract of land containing five hundred acres being on HOLMS's RUN in the Parish of Truro in the County of Prince William & where the said GEORGE HARRISON lately Dwelt the dwelling House of the said GEORGE HARRISON & part of the Plantation to be included in the said One hundred & twenty five acres together with all houses & advantages thereunto belonging mines minerals & quarries excepted To Have and To Hold the said one hundred and twenty five acres of land unto the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY his heirs & assigns during the term of the Natural lives of him the said NATHANL, POPEJOY, WILLIAM BATES & JOHN SUMMERS the Younger & for the Natural life of the longest liver of them paying on the tenth day of November unto the said GEORGE HARRISON the rent of seven hundred & thirty pounds of Legal Tobacco and if the yearly rent be behind the space of thirty days after the same ought to be paid & no sufficient distress to be found on the premises whereby the same may be Levied that then it may be Lavfull for the said GEORGE HARRISON into any part of the premises to reenter & the same to have again & the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY doth agree within the space of four years after the date of these presents on some convenient part of the premises plant two hundred good Winter Apple trees at forty feet distance from each other and keep the trees veil fenced from Catle Sheep & other beasts that may annoy them Also the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY his heirs et tenants on the premises shall build thereon good and convenient houses outhouses and tobacco houses and keep them in good repair and at the expiration of this Lease shall leave the said Tenement well fenced houses in good repair and all the fruit trees well trimmed & fenced in fit for another Tenant to enter & the said NATHANIEL POPE JOY shall not take any Subtenant thereon during this Lease & if the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY shall take in such Subtenant they shall pay yearly the sum of four hundred pounds of Tobacco above the yearly rent & the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY shall not permit any wilful! waste of the Timber but for the necessary use of the Plantation & the said GEORGE HARRISON agree with said NATHANIEL POPE JOY that he may if he thinks proper put two other lifes into this Lease in the room of two or either of the three herein before mentioned at any time so as the same be done in the life time of the persons so removed & also if the said person so to be removed be seemingly in bodily health, In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands & Seals
      in presence of W. HARRISON, GEO. HARRISON
      JAMES HALLEY, JOHN HARLL NATHLL, POPE JOY
      At a Court held for Prince William County the 24th day of August 1741
      GEORGE HARRISON gent acknowledged this Lease to NATHANIEL POPEJOY to be his act & deed & it was thereupon admitted to record

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      Indenture Document, September 22, 1772

      TRANSCRIPT GLC 7470

      George Washington. Autograph document signed: Fairfax County, Virginia, 1772 September 22. 3 p. + verso.

      [inserted - different hand: Sept 22 1772]
      This Indenture, made the Twenty Second day of Septemr. in the year of Our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Seventy two Between John West Junr. of the County of Fairfax and Colony of Virginia Gentn. and Catharine his Wife of the one part and George Washington of the said County and Colony Gentleman of the other part Witnesseth that for and in Consideration of the Sum of Four hundred and thirty Six pounds nine Shillings Currt. Money of Virginia to the said John West in hand paid by the said George Washington at or before the Sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowlegdge, and there of doth release, acquit and discharge the said George Washinton poles to the Line of the said George Washington dividing his Moiety of the original Tract of 5000 Acres from Spencer’s Moiety there of – thence with that Line S 17 ½ Et. Two hundred and Sixty poles to the Intersection wh. the Courses called for by the aforesaid Deeds of Spencer to Harrison as the boundary of the said Tract next the River – then with those lines as express’d in the said Deeds to the Beginning at the Mouth of the Gut containing as before One hundred and Ninety Six Acres Also one other Tract or parcel of Land, late in the Possession of the aforesaid John Posey, and detaind by him under a Deed of Feossment from Thomas Marshall of the Provence of Maryland bearing date the 21st. of Septr. 1757 but always possess’d and accounted part of the 523 Acres purchased from William Spencer by the said George Harrison and accordingly claimd by the said John West (party to these presents) under his Will, upon the death of the aforesd. Martha who intermarried with the said John Posey after the decease of her first Husband Harrison being Bounded by the aforesaid Tract of One hundred and Ninety Six Acres on the North, the River Potomack on the South, and the Lands of the said George Washington on the East & West, containing Six Acres, be the same more or less, and all Houses, Buildings, Orchards, Ways, Waters Watercourses, Profits, Commodities, Hereditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever to the said Two Tracts belonging, or in any wise appertaining: And the Reversion and Reversion’s Remainder & Remainder’s, Rents Issues and Profits, thereof; and also all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Use Trust, Property, Claim and demand, whatsoever of them the said John West and Catharine his Wife, of, in, and to the said Premises. And all Deeds, Evidences, and Writings, touching or in any wise concerning the same. To Have and to hold the said two Tracts of Land hereby Conveyed, and all and Singular the Premises hereby Granted and Released; and every part & parcel thereof, with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said George Washington his Heirs and Assigns forever, to the only proper use and behoof of him the said George Washington and of his Heirs and Assigns forever. And the said John West and Catharine his Wife for themselves, their Heirs, Executors and Administrators do – Covenant, promise and Grant, to and with the said George Washington his Heirs and Assigns by these presents, that the said John West and Catharine his Wife now at the sealing and delivery of these presents are siezed of a good, and indefesible Estate of Inheritance in Fee simple of and in the Premises hereby grantd & Released; and that they have good power and Authority to grant and Convey the same to the said George Washington in manner and form aforesaid: And that the said Premises now are, and so forever hereafter shall remain, and be free and clear of all former Gifts, Grants, Bargains, Sales, Dower, Right, & Title of Dower Judgments, Executions, Titles, Troubles, Charges and Encumbrances whatsoever, made done committed, or suffered by the said John West & Catharine his Wife, or any other Person or persons whatsoever (the Quit rents hereafter to grow due & payable [3] to the Lord Proprietor of the Northern Neck, his Heirs and Successors for and in respect of the Premises only excepted and fore prized) And Lastly, that the said John West and Catharine his Wife and their Heirs the aforesaid Tract of One hundred and Ninety Six Acres with all and singular the Appurtenances thereunto belonging and hereby granted & released unto the said George Washington his Heirs and Assign’s, against them the said John West & Catharine his Wife and their Heirs, and all and every other Person and Person’s Whatsoever shall Warrant, and will forever defend by these presents. And the said other Tract or parcel of Six Acres of Land hereby also granted & Released, the said John & Catherine his Wife together with all and singular the appurtenances doth by these presents warrant, and will forever defend against any, and every Person claiming by, from, or under them, or either of them. In Witness whereof, the said John West and Catharine his Wife hath hereunto set their Hands and Seals the day and year first written. –

      Sealed and Delivered
      John West junr.
      }. –
      In the Presence of
      Catharine West

      G Mason
      Richard Aness
      Robert Boggess
      [inserted: his mark Briant Alliston] BA

      [verso]
      At a Court held for the County of Fairfax 16th. November 1772 John West Junr. & Catharine his wife (she being first privately examined and thereto consenting) acknowledged this Release & Receipt to be their act & Deed which is ordered to be recorded

      J. Wagonor Junr. A.

      Notes:
      ===from Jim Hughes,
      I suspect that one of these could be the land sold to John Manley. Also remember John Summers father of Elizabeth Summers married to John Jr. Hurst.

      URL (Click on link)
      http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=217&last=&g_p=GE&collec tion=NNGrant
      Title Harrison, George.
      Publication 6 December 1740.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck
      Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Prince William County.
      Grantee(s): Harrison, George and Summers, John.
      Description: 843 acres.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 216 (Reel 291).
      Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 217 (Reel 291).
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      http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=217&last=&g_p=GE&collec tion=NN
      Grant
      Title Harrison, George.
      Publication 6 December 1740.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck
      Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Prince William County.
      Grantee(s): Hrrison, George and Summers, John.
      Description: 843 acres between the Indian Run, and North Run of Holmes Run adjoining West, Pearson, &c.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 216 (Reel 291).
      Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 217 (Reel 291).

      http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=474&last=&g_p=GE&collec tion=NN
      Grant
      Title Harrison, George.
      Publication 3 August 1742.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck
      Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Prince William County.
      Description: 208 acres adjoining land of Thomas Pearson, John Tramell, Thomas Harrison Jr. &c.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 493 (Reel 291).
      Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 474 (Reel 291).

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