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

William Marshall

Male Abt 1750 - Aft 1790  (~ 41 years)


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  • Name William Marshall 
    Born Abt 1750  Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1790  Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I021779  Tree1
    Last Modified 25 Mar 2020 

    Father Robert Marshall,   b. Bef 1702, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 22 Apr 1754, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 52 years) 
    Mother Margaret Luttrell,   b. Between 1705 and 1714, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 24 Sep 1754, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 49 years) 
    Married Abt 1730  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F01000  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. John Marshall,   b. Abt 1770, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jun 1840, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 70 years)
     2. Simon Marshall,   b. 1774, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1821, Loudoun County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 46 years)
    Last Modified 25 Mar 2020 
    Family ID F13222  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Simon Luttrell Will dated October 20, 1777, Parish of Dottingen and County of Prince William, Virginia
      Will Book C, 1778-1791 (Reel 18), p. 41-43. Will probated 6 Apr. 1779.
      WILL OF SIMON LUTTRELL 1779

      In the name of God Amen; the 20th day of October in the year of our Lord, 1777.
      I Simon LUTTRELL of the Parish of Dettingen and County of Prince William Planter being in health of body and of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God for it therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men, once to die do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. That I do say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body I commend it to the earth to be buried in a Christain like and decent manner at the direction of my Executors hereafter mentioned; nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty Power of God, and as touching my worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me within life. I give, design and dispose of the same in following manner and form.

      Imprise - Item. I give and bequeath to my dear and loving wife, Jean the use of three slaves, to wit Sarah, Jude (?) and George with the manner house and one hundred and sixty acres of land adjoining the house during her natural life and after her decease to be disposed of as hereafter mentioned to my two sons, Robert and Simon LUTTRELL.

      Item - I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Robert LUTTRELL, that tract of land joining Francis RENOE and Isaac FARROW, commonly called by the name of Waters, and one half of the old tract commonly called Halleys, whereon French, formerly lived and owned, one negro fellow called Adam, one negro wench called Jude, one negro girl called Agge to him and his heirs forever.

      Item - I give and bequeath to my loving son Simon LUTTRELL, a tract of land adjoining Major Lewis RENO and John MACMILLIAN, taken out of Colonel FAIRFAX’S father’s hand and commonly called by the name of Fairfax, and the other half of the old tract called Halleys on which HORNSBY formerly lived be divided in such a manner as to take the store house in which Simon LUTTRELL, lately keep stores in and one negro wench called Amy, and one negro wench called Sary, one negro boy called George to him and to his heirs forever.

      Item - I give and bequeath to my nephew, William MARSHALL, twenty pounds Virginia currency towards schooling two sons John and Simon MARSHALL.

      Item - I give and bequeath to my loving wife Jean and my two sons; Robert and Simon LUTTRELL all my stocks of cattle, hoggs, horses and sheep and all my household furniture to be equally divided between my wife Jean (and ) my sons Robert and Simon LUTTRELL.

      Item - I give and bequeath to my two sons Robert and Simon LUTTRELL, after all my just debts and legacies be paid all my cash, debts, bills and bonds with a negro girl called Nell, to be valued and the value added to cash and equally divided between my two sons Robert and Simon LUTTRELL excepting five pounds of the money to be given to my wife Jean.

      Lastly; I make, ordain, constitute and appoint my loving wife Jean, and my two sons, Robert and Simon LUTTRELL, Executors and Executrix of this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixt my seal the day and year.

      Signed and Sealed in
      presence of us: Simon LUTTRELL son
      William CARR

      At a court held for Prince William County the 6th day of April, 1779; the last will and testament of Simon LUTTRELL dec’d was proved by the oath of William CARR and ordered to be recorded.

      Test: Robert GRAHAM, clerk
      Cir. Cour
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      James Hughes 2006-06-09 17:45:59
      TULLOS FAMILY
      http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/v/i/d/Carol-L-Vidales/FILE/0005 page.html

      Will of RICHARD TULLOS - Fauquier Co. Virginia

      I Richard Tullos do make this my Last Will and Testament I give my Horse to Peter Lawrence all my Clothes ___ I give to Edward Lawrence Jun. The money in Martin Hardin Hand I give to Jeanny Lawrence and the rest of my Estate to my Sisters oldest son __ (looks like N.3. or N.B.) There is 40/or thereabouts in the Hands of William Shumake which I have no Account of, my crop at Seatons to my Sisters eldest son I do hereby impower my Friend John MARKHAM to settle all my Accounts and take charge of the whole til the Child is of Age Given from me this 13th of July 1758 Richard (his mark R) Tullos

      Test

      William MARSHALL

      Thomas Conway

      At a Court held for Fauquier County the 24th Day of May 1759 This will was proved by the oath of William MARSHAL a witness thereto and ordered to be recorded And it appearing to the Court that John MARKHAM the Executor therein named refused to take upon him the Execution thereof On the motion of Edward Lawrence who made oath according to Law Certificate is granted him for obtaining Letters of Administration of the Estate of the said Richard Tullos with the will annexed he having with Joseph Hudnal and James Foley his Securitys entered into and acknowledged Bond for the same

      Teste Humphrey BROOKE Clk.

      June 8 1759 We the appraisers hath apprais'd the estate of Richard Tullos decd. According to order of Court all that was brought to our view

      To 1 horse £ 4.10.0 one Chist 4 £. his Wairing Clothes 40/….. £ 6.14.0

      To 1 Broad Axe & other rifles 15 £. Three Bushells & a peck of Corn 6/6… £ l.l.6

      £ 7.15.6

      Richard LUTTERIL Clement Norman George Crosby

      At a Court held for Fauquier County the 28th day of June 1759. This inventory & appraisement was returned and ordered to be recorded.

      Test Humphrey Brooke Clk.

      Received the Remainder of the Estate of Richard Tullos Deceased

      To Cash £ 11.4.1

      To Tobacco £ 520

      Edward Larrance

      At a Court held for Fauquier County the 23d day of October 1760. This Inventory was returned & Ordered to be recorded.

      Test. H. BROOKE CC.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ysbinns/vataxlists/
      URL title: 1790 / 1800 Virginia Tax List
      Note:
      Fauquier 1790 PersonalA page 15

      Date of receiving lists from Individuals May 21

      Persons homes Chargiable with the Tax: William Marshall

      Names of free males above the age of 16:
      Marshall William
      Marshall James
      Marshall Simon
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ysbinns/vataxlists/
      URL title: 1790 / 1800 Virginia Tax List
      Note:
      Fauquier 1799 Personal page 15
      William Marshall 1001
      John Marshall 1000
      Simon Marshall 1002
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      PWC Clerks Loose Papers Vol I
      6 May 1778
      Summon William Marshall
      The Commonwealth of Virginia, To the Sheriff of Prince William County, Greetings: You are hereby commanded to take William Marshall if he be found within your Bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you have his Body before the Justices of the County Court of Prince William at the Court-House in Dumfries on the first Monday in June to answer Elijah Moore who sues as well for the use of the Church wardens of Dettingen Parish as for himself in ass__ of debt for one hundred and two pounds damage forty shillings and have then there this writ witness Robert Graham, clerk of the said county at the Court house aforesaid the 6th day of May and in the 2nd year of the Commonwealth 1778.
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      PWC Clerks Loose Papers Vol I 14 August 1783
      William Randolph vs Joseph Florence
      The Commonwealth of Virginia, To the Sheriff of Prince William County, Greetings: We command you that you summon William Randolph & Joseph Florence to appear before the Justices of our said County Court of Prince William, at the Court House in Dumfries, on the first Monday in September to testify, and the Truth to say, in Behalf of Elijah Moore plaintiff and William Marshall defendant and this they shall in no wise omit, under the Penalty of 100 pounds. Witness Robert Graham, Clerk of the said Court, the 14th day of August, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Three.
      Robert Graham
      ===
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      Thomas Marshall Will Loudoun County, Virginia
      F:254: 18Jan1801; 121May1801
      I Thomas Marshall of the county of Loudoun and state of Virginia make constitute and appoint my last will and testament as follows
      Imprimis: To my son John Marshall and his heirs forever I give and beseach the tract of land on which I now live which tract was conveyed to me by William Fitzhugh and Anne his wife by deed bearing date the nineteenth day of August in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety as recorded in the office of Loudoun County and by reference to which the courses and guantity of said land may be known.

      Item: to my said son John, I bequeath one hundred acres of a tract of land I purchased from Ferdinado Fairfax which tract is bounded in manner following: beginning at a white oak standing near Licking .... corner to Stonestreet and to me and standing whence by a straight line to a white oak close by a round flat stone near the mill road to George Warners ? mill not far from the corner of John.... thence by another straight line to a forked white oak standing on a parcell large stones on horsepen runn a little above whre the said road crosses said run the two last trees being first fixed by the partiesin the presence of Wm Horseman and Saml Hardister thence up the said run binding therewith to the corner red oak of myself and James Coleman standing on the mill pond and thence with my line to the beginning

      Item: to my son William Marshall, I leave the remainder of the said mentioned tract after deducting the one hundred acres devised to my son John.

      Item: it is my will and desire that William Horseman and Basil Stonestreet shall fix upon the part of the said tract from which said hundred acres devised to my son John shall be taken and the determination is hereby declared final in that respect and binding upon my heirs and representatives.

      Item: My son John Marshall I leave the following negros to wit: Joe Spence Henson Lett, Ellen and Mill

      Item: My son William Marshall I leave the following negros to wit: Abraham Fran, Lid, Judy and Ruth

      Item: It is my will tht my said sons John and William shall have repectively any increase which the said negros to wit

      Item: My daughter Frances Marshall I bequesth the following negros to wit: Jim Isaac & Rachael on bed and bedstand and new furniture six head of young cattle six head of grown hogs, one young mare to be of the value of eight pounds also fifty pounds cash to be raised ouf of any property & Large pewter dishes, two large pewter basons. & Items not specifically devised. also six new pewter plates, two iron potts purchased new such as she chose half a dozen new flat bottowm

      It is my will and desire that the remainder of my moveable estaate of whatever after my debts and funeral expenses are paid may be equally divided between my two sons John and William except one negro girl called Pat I hearby bequeath to my grand daughter Elizabeth Starks

      Daughter Molly Kean having already received a portion of my estate I deem it unnecessary to make any provisions for her in thisamy last will and testament except to remind my executors that six had of sheep are now on my plantation which I had previously given to her and she has not yet taken away.

      It is my will and desire that my son John shall keep the aforesaid negroe gire in posssession until my grand daughter Elizabeth Starks shall arrive at the age of sixteen years and if she should die before the age of 16 then the said negro to be immediately delivered to her representatives.

      Lastly, I constitute and appoint my Brother Jacob Marshall and my son John Marshall, Excutors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I herunto set my hand and seal this eighteenth day of January in the year of Christ one thousand eight hundred and one.

      Thomas { I } Marshall

      Witnesses:
      Thomas T. Jones
      Basil Stonestreet
      John Grymes

      mm: $10,000 Bond, Security William Marshall, Jacob Marshall & Johnson Cleveland

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