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

Luke Billington

Male Abt 1628 - 1672  (~ 44 years)


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  • Name Luke Billington 
    Born Abt 1628  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 23 May 1672  North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I022696  Tree1
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 

    Father Luke Billington,   b. 1590, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Alicia Russell,   b. 21 May 1596, Somersby, Worchester, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F13830  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Barbara MNU Billington,   b. 1632,   d. 21 Oct 1674, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 42 years) 
    Married Abt 1648  North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Mary Billington,   b. Bef 1648, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1672 and 1676, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 24 years)
     2. Luke Billington,   b. Aft 1652, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Jan 1686/87, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 33 years)
     3. Elizabeth Billington,   b. 1656, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1715, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 58 years)
     4. Jane Billington,   b. Aft 1656, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Apr 1717, Richmond County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 59 years)
     5. Alicia Billington,   b. 1658, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1690, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 31 years)
     6. Barbara Billington,   b. 1662, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Feb 1726/27, Christ Church Parish, Lancaster County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 65 years)
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 
    Family ID F13829  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
      ORDER Book, 1664-1673.
      Billington, Luke, Par, of Farnham. 13 Nov., 1671; 23 May, 1672.
      Wife Barbara to be executrix;
      son Luke; daughter Eliza, daughter Elitia, daughter Jane, daughter Barbary, daughter Mary;
      grandchild William Daniell;
      friends William Travers, Mr. Gyles Cale and Dr. John Russell to be trustees;
      witnesses Henry Spears, John Russell.
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      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
      13 November, 1671; 23 May, 1672.
      BILLINGTON, LUKE, of ffarnham parish in Rappa County.
      Of sound and perfect memory.
      To my beloved wife Barbary Billington the house wherein I now dwell with all moveables and immoveables and Lands belonging thereunto belonging to the sd Plantation with all the Cattle belonging to me as mares and horses sheepes and all the grain and come and wheat servants and all my household goods within doors and without during the term of hir natural life and after her decease to fall to my son Luke Billington and his heirs forever and I doe oblige my sd wife to provide and give unto my sd daughter Elizabeth at hir day of marriage either a man servant or a maid servant of times as servants come into this country to serve.
      I give unto my son Luke Billington the mountain field wherein now Richard Peacock liveth to him and his heirs for ever and in case he dieth without issue then the sd land to be divided between his fower sisters here nominated being Elitia and Elizabeth and Jane and Barbary my daughters and in case that any or either of my sd daughters shall die without issue that the sd land belong to their survivor or survivors.
      I doe oblige my sonne Luke to give and deliver at the day of marriage of my daughters Jane and Barbary to each of them a man servant or a maid servant for the full time or terme of years as servants serve their lawful apprenticeship in this Country.
      I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elitia three hundred and fifty acres of land belonging to the mountain fields as by pattent purchased appeareth and if my said daughter dieth without issue that then the sd land fall and be divided between my three daughters Elizabeth Jane and Barbary and in case any of them die without issue to fall to the survivor or survivors.
      I give unto my daughter Mary apeece of plate to the value of thirty shillings and to her sonne my grandchild William Daniell a yew with a yew lamb by her side.
      I do further appoint and oblige my wife to pay and satisfy all or any just debts weh shall be made appeare that I owe either by obligation or accounts.
      I make my wife Barbary my whole and sole Executrix of this my last will and Testamt. And further I desire my trusty and well beloved friends Mr William Travers and Mr Gyles Cale to be trustees of this my last will and Testamt. that to their power as much as in them lyeth it be performed. Further Dr. John Russell to be a trustee to this my last will with Mr William Travers and Mr Gyles Cale.
      Wit. HENRY SHEARS, aged 35 years or thereabouts,
      JOHN RUSSELL, aged 26 years or thereabouts.
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      Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed & Will Book 6, Part I - 1677-1678; Antient Press: pg 172-173
      At a Devision of LUKE BILLINGTONs Estate, it was agreed on by consent of DENIS CARTY that one Mare commonly called Jeny may be given to JANE BILLINGTON & her heires wth all ye said Mares future Increase, & ye sd DENNIS CARTY doe by these prsents thereunto condescend & agree & doe desire to have ye said Mare recorded for ye said JANE BILLINGTON & her heirs, Witness my hand this 6th of Junes 1678
      DENNIS CARTY
      Recordatr x9 die Junii 1678
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      RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
      ORDER Book, 1664-1673.
      Billington, Barbary. 7 Aug., 1674; 21 Oct., 1674.
      Daughters Jane and Barbary;
      children Elishe Russell, Luke Billington and Elizabeth Billington;
      daughter Elishe and son Luke to be executors;
      Robert Bayley, Henry Clerk and Mr. Samuel Peachey overseers;
      witnesses John Stone, Henry Wilson, Nathaniel Richardson.
      ===
      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 9
      CONDITIONS of AGREEMENT made & concluded upon the 27th February Between MORE FANTLEROY of the one part of the County of Rappahanock gent & JOHN REMERSE Mill-right belonging unto ACQUOMACK of the other part (Vizt) Imprimis it is Conditioned & agreed that the said JOHN REMERSE shall by the tventyeth day of December next Build Erect & compleatly finish a Substantial & Serviceable MILL for MORE FANTLEROY in the manner amplitude & form of the MILL which the aforesaid JOHN hath now here Erected & set up for LUKE BILLINGTON but more substantial according to the best skill & craft of the said JOHN to fit it to Grind with Oxen which Mill the said JOHN REMERSE will deliver on the Plantacon where the said FANTLEROY now dwelleth on the day aforesaid at the proper cost & charge of him the said JOHN & to the performance hereof the said JOHN REMERSE doth hereby bind himself in the penalty of One thousand pounds of Tobacco & Cask to be truly paid unto the said FANTLEROY his heirs or assignes upon the day above expressed in case that the said MILL be not substantially built (torn) so as to Grind at least One bushel of INDIAN CORN fit for Bread on the day aforesaid (missing) that the said JOHN REMERSE shall by writing or other Certaine means give (missing) truely notice when the said MILL is framed & all fixed ready to be set up (missing) oppertunity transported unto RAPPAHANOCK to the place above (missing) transportacon is to be done at the charges of the said FANTLEROY (missing) materialls of the said MILL by convenient (missing) receved on Board of such (missing) boat as the said FANTLEROY shall send for it or (missing) lastly Its conditioned & (missing) consideracon of the full Compleatment of the aforesaid work that the said FANTLEROY (missing) the said JOHN REMERSE sufficient Dyeu & Lodgings during the time that he is setting up (missing) within ten days after the said JOHN has (missing) abovesaid the sd FANTLEROY his heirs or assignes are hereby bound well & truly to pay or cause to be paid unto him the sd JOHN REMERSE the Sum of Six thousand pounds of Merchantable Tobacco & Cask in some convenient place in RAPPAHANOCK & to the true in (missing) performance of all & every (missing) & every particulr (missing) hereunto set their hands in presence of LUKE BILLINGTON, JOHN REMERSE
      HENRY WILSON
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 19
      (I JOHN CUSTIS hereby discharge) LUKE BILLINGTON from all Debts Dues & Demands Either by Bills or Accounts or (missing) my self & JOSEPH & JOHN CUSTIS JUNR. from the beginning of the world until this day (as Witness my hand) this 3d January 1657
      JOHN CUSTIS
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 23-24 {1657}
      TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come greeting, Know ye that I Coll, MORE FANTLEROY of the County of Rappahanock gent. do for the full vallue & consideracon of thirty thousand pounds of good & well conditioned Tobacco being bright & large with good sufficient cask to conteyn the aforesaid Quantity Seventy pounds & Sixteen shillings Sterl, money & two full cases of English STRONGWATERS (missing) alien bargain sell & absolutely make over & have by these presents bargained & absolutely made over unto MYLES DIXON of LONDON Merchant all my tract of land being two thousand six hundred acres situate & being on the upper or Westermost side of a Creek commonly called FARNHAM CREEK in the County aforesaid with all houses outhouses & Edifices thereon Erected with all gardens & Orchards (Excepting two Nurserys of young trees thereunto belonging) granted unto me the said FANTLEROY by Pattent bearing date on the 2th of May 1660 [sic 22nd May 1650] always provided refusing reserving & Excepting such parcells of land as I the said FANTLEROY have sould & made over to sundry persons included in the aforesaid Devident of Two thousand six hundred acres of land as aforesaid being as foll: (Vitt.) to Capt. FRANCIS SLAUGHTER (missing) & fifty acres of land to LUKE BILLINGTON a Neck of land conteyning (missing) land whose bounds is not to infringe or prejudice a timber Swamp nor (missing) belonging & appertaining to the aforesaid Devident & one other parcell of land sold & conveyed (missing) by the said Coll. FANTLEROY conteyning Two hundred acres or thereabouts being (missing) the said BILLINGTON & part of the aforesaid Devident TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said Land (missing) as before Expressed (Excepting before Excepted) to him the said MILES DIXON his heirs Exrs Admrs & assignes for Ever with all (missing) thereunto belonging as aforesaid without the lett hindrance or molestation of me the said Coll. FANTLEROY my heirs or assignes or any person or persons whatsoever by or under me claiming any title or interest thereunto giving and hereby granting & makeing over unto ye sd MILES DIXON his heirs Exrs, Admrs. & Asss, all my right claime (Interest) that I had or Ever did enjoy by (missing) before Exprest with all (missing) I the said Coll. FANTLEROY (missing) oblige my self my heirs (the said MYLES DIXON) his Exrs. or (missing) quiett possession (Excepting before Excepted) these presents (missing) FANTLEROY do oblige my Self my heirs Exrs. Admrs. (missing) pounds of Tobacco (missing) further assurance unto the said MYLES DIXON his heirs or assignes (missing) vaned in Law by (missing) of May next Ensuing & for the true performance (missing) I have hereunto sett my hand & seal this Eighth day of February 1657
      in presence of GEO: COHLOUGH, M. FANTLEROY
      (RICHD) LOES MARY FANTLEROY
      1655

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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 48
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I MORE FANTLEROY for & in consideration of Two thousand & four hundred pounds of Tobacco & Cask in hand receved of JOHN WILLIAMS have bargained and sould unto the said WILLIAMS his heirs & assignes for ever Two hundred acres of land lying & being in the County of RAPPAHANNOCK in FARNHAM CREEK on the North West side of the said Creek on the upper side of the Land whereon LUKE BILLINGTON is located & Extending a mile into the woods for length from the said Creek To Have and To Hold the said land unto him & his his heirs for Ever without (hindrance or molestation from me) or any claiming from me warranting my (title) good & vallid unto the above said Land hereby obliging myself my heirs & assignes upon reasonable demand to make unto said WILLIAMS more ample conveyance for (the same) Witness my hand the 10th day of February anno 1657
      Teste JOHN RICHARDSON, M FANTLEROY
      THOMAS CHORME MARY FANTLEROY
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      Came from Northampton Co, Virginia where on 11 Mar 1652 he had taken the oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 135
      KNOW ALL MEN that I LUKE BILLINGTON of FARNHAM CREEK in the County of Rappahanock Planter do hereby voluntarily of my own accord give to MARY BARBER of the said County to her heirs or assignes one Brown Yearling heiffer marked with a crop in the left ear & a hole in the right year this heiffer I give & make over from me my heirs & assignes unto MARY BARBER with her Increase for Ever & I do hereby bind myself my heirs or assignes to ensure said MARY BARBER the heiffer & her increase from any person whatsoever that shall lay any claime thereunto & to be recorded in the Court of Rappahanock County whereunto I have set my hand this 18th of April 1661
      Testes HUGH DANIELL, LUKE BILLINGTON
      RICHARD PECOCK
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 142-144
      BE IT KNOWN that I JAMES SAMFORD with the Consent of MARY SAMFORD my Wife in consideration of the full satisfacion to us paid have made over unto MICHAELL HUGHILL and to his heirs and assignes heretably and iredeemably for Ever two hundred acres of land on the East side of TOTUSKEY CREEK part of a tract of land bought of Coll, MORE FANTLEROY which lyeth at the head of JACKMANS FOLLY with all rights that appertaine to said Land by virtue of the Pattent granted to said Coll, MORE FANTLEROY for the said land to hold the said Two hundred acres of land of his Maties by virtue of the said Pattent paying the proportionable Rent menconed with full power to the said MICHAELL & his heirs to enjoy the said land withall priveledges belonging and I the said JAMES SAMFORD do bind myself to warrant unto the said MICHAELL HUGHILL for ever the said Two hundred acres of land & his possession thereof without trouble of any person & that according to the power of the said Pattent & I the said MARY SAMFORD do hereby acknowledge that of my own free will I have consented unto the sale of the said land & that I was not in any ways moved or urged thereunto by my said Husband. In Witness of the truth we have set our hands & seals this thirtieth day of April! 1661.
      in presence of WALTER GRANGER, JAMES SAMFORD
      LUKE BILLINGTON
      BE IT KNOWN to all men that I MARY SAMFORD the Wife of JAMES SAMFORD do make LUKE BILLINGTON my true & lawful! attorny for me in open Court to ack43 nowledge my free and voluntary consent unto the sale of land made unto MICHAEL HUGHILL in open Court to make full & free resignement of all my ight that I have to the said land unto the said MICHAELL HUGHILL whatsoever my said torney shall do in the premises I do bind me my heirs to ratify & confirme. In Witess of the truth I have hereunto sett my hand & seale this 30th of April 1661
      n presence of JAMES SAMFORD, MARY SAMFORD
      ROBT. BAYLYES
      WHEREAS I LUKE BILLINGTON with the Consent of BARBARA BILLINGTON my Wife and wee both with one consent for full satisfaction us paid sould & in 1 actual real & peaceable possession delivered JAMES SAMFORD and to his heirs and assignes for ever seventy five acres of land being a tract of Three hundred acres of land which I bought of Coll. MORE FANTLEROY on the N. W. side of RICHARDSONS CREEK adjoyning to the land of the said JAMES SAMFORD withal! right which we ur heirs have or might pretend unto the said land to have and to hold the said Seventy ive acres of land according to the Patten granted to the said Coll, MORE FANTLEROY the said JAMES paying the proportionable rent due Now Know ye that we both do rattily nd confirme the sale off said Seventy five acres to said JAMES SAMFORD & to his heirs & by these presents do renounce all manner of which we our heirs have and I the said BARBARA BILLINGTON do acknowledge that I have freely of my own accord consented unto the sale of the said land not any ways being moved or urged thereunto by my said Husband. In Witness of the truth we have sett our hands & seals this (missing) day of Aprill 1661
      In presence of JOHN DICKSON, LUKE BILLINGTON
      JAMES CHRISTY, HENRY WILLIAMSON BARBARA BILLINGTON
      BE IT KNOWN that I BARBARA BILLINGTON the Wife of LUKE BILLINGTON do make MICHAELL HUGHILL my true and lawfull attorney for me to acknowledge my free & voluntary consent unto the sale of land unto JAMES SAMFORD and to make a full relinquemt. in open Court of all my right unto the said Land and whatseover my said Attorney shall do therein I do bind me my heirs to rattify In Witness I have sett my hand & seale the 29th of Aprill 1661
      In presence of JOHN DICKSON, BARBARA BILLINGTON
      JAMES CHRISTY, HENRY WILLIAMSON
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 136 - 137
      The 3th day Xber 1660 Surveyed then for ROBERT BAYLY & LUKE BILLINGTON a tract of land conteining 504 acres beingupon RICHARDS his Creek on the North side of RAPPAHANOCK RIVER on the North side of RAPPAHANOCK RIVER in the County of Rappahanock aforesaid & begineth at a marked Sassafras stump that standeth some distance below JAMES SAMFORDs Plantacon (missing) cleer ground nigh the head of a glade or marsh that crosseth into RICHARDS his Creek thence extending by a lyne of marked trees that runeth by the house & Devideth this Land & the Land of said SAMFORD E. by N. under a marked red Oak nere a BEVER DAM thence E N E to a marked white Oak stump on the Top of the Mountaines thence S. by E. alongst & by the side of the said Mountaines until! you come to a Levell into a marked Shrubed Oak that stands in Mr. GILES WEBBs Northward Lyne West South to a marked corner Spanish Oak at the head of a valley that Issueth out of RICHARDS his Creek thence over the said Creek through a glade N. Wt. to JOHN EDGCOMBs corner (missing) leadeth to the River aforesaid thence by the said EDGCOMBs Wt. to a marked Locust stump nigh RICHARDS his Creek side being the utmost bounds of Mr. BOOTH his land thence again over the aforesaid Creek to a marked Pine tree that stands on the SE point of Mr. BAYLEYs NECK thence alongst the NECK by the aforesaid Creek into a CEDAR POINT & finally thence by another branch being the Westermost Branch of the aforesd Creek unto the corner Sasafras Stump first above menconed where this land began
      p me ANT: STEPHENS
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 137-138
      KNOW ALL MEN that I Coll. MORE FANTLEROY gent for a valluable consideracon to me in hand paid by LUKE BILLINGTON of the same County do by these presents grant & confirme unto the said LUKE BILL1NGTON a parcell of land containing One hundred & ten acres & four poles lying & being on the up side of FARNHAM CREEK in the County of Rappahanock begineth at a marked Oak that stands on a point facing on the aforesaid Creek thence extending (missing) Creeks side to another marked Oak standing on a point at the mouth of a small gutt that devides this & another Neck that belongs unto JOHN WILLIAMS thence a along the sd guts accnrding to its several] courses unto a marked Corner Spanish Oak at the head of the said Gut & nigh adjoyning to a white Oak Swamp thence cross this Neck by the Edge of a parcell of RICH LAND to a marked white Oak in swampy ground thence down the Neck to another Branch which is the appointed naturall bounds of this Neck & finally thence SE to the tree where this Land began with all proffits & appurtenances belonging to have and to hold the same unto LUKE BILLINGTON his heirs &assignes for ever paying the rents & services therefore and I the said Coll. MORE FANTLEROY do agree with the said LUKE B1LLINGTON his heirs & assignes that said LUKE BILLINGTON his heirs & assignes shall at all times hereafter occupy & enjoy the said premises without the denyall of said Coll. MORE FANTLEROY my heirs & assignes In Witness I have sett my hand & seale the thirtieth day of Aprill anno Dom 1661
      in presence of us THE: HONE, M. FANTLEROY
      WALTER GRANGER
      WHEREAS Coll. MORE FANTLEROY my Husband hath sould unto LUKE BILLINGTON one parcell of land containing One hundred & ten acres lying upon FARNHAM CREEK & one other parcell containing Two hundred fifty & two acres of land lying in RICHARDS his Creek know ye that I MARY FANTLEROY by these presents appoint WALTER GRANGER my true & lawful! attorney to acknowledge in Court all my right of the said land & what my said Attorny shall do in the premises I do by these presents confirme. Witness my hand the first of May 1661
      Test FRANCIS PRIEST, MARY FANTLEROY
      GEORGE DAVIS
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 139
      KNOW ALL MEN that I Coll. MORE FANTLEROY gent for Three thousand pounds of tobacco and cask to me paid by ROBERT BAYLEY of the County of Rappa. do by these presents sell unto the said ROBT. BAYLEY his heirs and assignes forever Two hundred fifty and two acres of land lying on the North side of RAPPA. RIVER upon a Creek called RICHARDS his Creek begining at a point called the CEDAR POINT where the Creek devides this land and ye land of LUKE BILLINGTON and runing along the South side of the deviding Branch and from thence W: to a marked corner Spanish Oak at the head of a valley that issueth out of RICHARD CREEK thence over the sd Creek by a South South East Course unto a marked Gumm tree nigh adjoining to the aforesaid WEBBs first corner tree thence through a glade No W. to JOHN EDGCOMBs corner tree that leadeth to the River afd. thence by the sd EDGCOMBs lyne to a marked Locus stump nigh RICHARDS his Creek being the utmost bound of MRS. BOOTH land thence againe over the aforesd Creek to a marked Pine tree that stands on S. E. point of ye said ROBT. BAILEYs NECK then alongst the Neck by the aforesaid Creek to the place first menconed together with all priviledges threunto belonging To have and to hold the sd Two hundred fifty and two acres of land with the appurtenances unto sd ROBERT BAYLEY his heirs and assignes paying and performing the rents and services due and payable and I sd Coll, MOOR FANTLEROY for me my heirs do agree that sd ROBERT BAYLY his heirs and assignes shall at all times hereafter enjoy sd premises without the denyall of me the sd Coll. MOOR FANTI FROY In Witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal the thirtieth day of Aprill 1661.
      in presence of us THE: HONE, M. FANTLEROY
      WA: GRANGER
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 139-140
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I Coll. MOOR FANTLEROY of County of 139- Rappa, gent for ye sum of Two thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco and cask to me paid by LUKE BILLINGTON of same County have granted and confirmed unto ye said LUKE BILLINGTON his heirs and assignes for ever Two hundred and fifty two acres of land being upon RICHARDS his Creek on the North side of RAPPA. RIVER & in ye County of Rappa. aforesaid and begineth at a marked Sasafras Stump some distance below JAMES SAMFORDs Plantacon or cleer ground nigh the head of a glade or marsh that leadeth into RICHARDS his Creek thence by a line of marked trees that runneth by the House and Devideth this land and ye land of the sd JAMES SAMFORD unto a marked red Oak neer a BEVER DAM thence to a marked white Oak Stump on the top of the Mountaines thence S. by E. alongst the side of the sd Mountains until it comes to a levell unto a marked Shrubbed Oak that stands in Mr. GILES WEBBs Northward line of marked trees yt. leadeth to the MOUNTAINES thence by the head of the said WEBBs line to the head of a Branch called the DEVIDEING BRANCH which devides this land and the land of Mr. ROBERT BAYLY together with all priviledges whatsoever belonging to have and to hold the sd Two hundred fifty and two acres of land withs the appurtenances unto sd LUKE BILLINGTON paying the rents and services due for the same & I Coil. MOORE FANTLEROY for me my heirs do promise that sd LUKE BILLINGTON his heirs and assignes shall at all time hereafter hold the sd premises without denyall of me In Witness whereof I the sd Coll. MOOR FANTLEROY have hereunto set my hand and seal this thirtyeth day of April! An Dom 1661
      in presence of us THE: HONE, M. FANTLEROY
      WA. GRANGER
      Whereas Coll. MORE FANTLEROY my Husband hath sould unto ROBERT BAYLEY Two hundred fifty & two acres of land on RICHARDS his Creek and now Know ye that I MARY FANTLEROY do appoint WALTER GRANGER my Lawful! Attorney for me to acknowledge in Court all my right in the said Land unto said ROBERT BAYLEY & what my said Attorney shall lawfully do in the premises I do by these presents confirme witness my hand this first of May 1661
      Test FRANCIS PRIEST, MARY FANTLEROY
      GEORGE DAVIS



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