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

George Taylor

Male Bef 1630 - 1706  (> 76 years)


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  • Name George Taylor 
    Born Bef 1630 
    Gender Male 
    Died 7 Aug 1706  Sittingbourne Parish, Richmond County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I022844  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 

    Father Lancaster Co. Taylor 
    Family ID F13907  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Martha Brashears,   b. Abt 1643, Isle of Wight County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1688, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 46 years) 
    Married Bef 6 Nov 1684  Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Martha Taylor,   b. Abt 1668, Sittenburne Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1726, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 58 years)
     2. Hannah {Unproven} Taylor,   b. Bef 1680, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1716, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 38 years)
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F13905  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Susannah 'Hide' Hyde,   b. Abt 1642, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft Aug 1706, Sittingbourne Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 64 years) 
    Married Bef 6 Dec 1705  Sittingbourne Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F13906  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • this is a different George than the one that lived in charles co. md.
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      Richmond County
      Wills and Inventories Vol 1-3, 1699-1717

      Image 107/339 page 101,
      In the name of God Amen, this 24th day of June in the year of our lord God 1706, I George Taylor of the parish of Sittenbourne in the County of Richmond gent being sick and weak in body but in sound and perfect sense and memory praised be to God for the same do make and publish this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following. Vizt. Imprimis, I recommend and give back my soul into the merciful hand of Almighty God my creator that gave it me, _____ believing through the merits of my blessed savior and redeemer to receive full pardon and redemption of all my sins and a complete resurrection at the last day and my body to the earth to be buried in decent and Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executrix hereafter named.
      My Last Will and desire is that all my just debts and personal expenses be first paid and discharged.
      I give and bequeath unto my dear and loving wife Susanna Taylor the plantation whereon I now live with all the land belonging to it on the West side of my little creek between George Tomlin and it for and during her natural life.
      I give unto my said wife Susanna Taylor my English servant man Pervis ____ for so long as he hath to serve, my negro man called Perry and my negro woman called Dole, my riding horse bridle and saddle and all my stock of hogs to her and her heirs forever.
      I give and bequeath unto my daughter Martha Gaines and her heirs my servant man named John Hunter, the taylor my negro man called Sampson and my negro woman called Maria to her and her heirs forever.
      I give and bequeath unto my daughter Martha Gaines all the land belonging to me on the East side of my said Little Creeke for and during her natural life, and after her decease I give and bequeath the same (together with the plantation is hereon I now live after the death of my said loving wife) to George Gaines younger the son of the said Martha Gaines to him and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten forever, and for want of such issue I give and bequeath the same unto Daniel Gaines eldest son of Bernard Gaines and the said Martha his wife to him and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten forever and for want of such issue which God forbid then I give and bequeath the same to the parish of Sittenbourne and to the Church warden thereof and their heirs and sucessors as a gleb for the minister of the said parish forever.
      As for all the rest and residue of my personal estate ready money, horses, cattle, plate, household stuff and all other my personal estate whatsoever, I give and bequeath in manner and form following, (that is to say) First I give unto Henry Wilson my new Cloth druggolt suite of cloth and my new Carolina hat. And as for the residue of my personal estate I give one full third part thereof unto my said loving wife Susanna Taylor and the other two thirds unto my said daughter Martha Gaines and her heirs forever.
      I do give unto Thomas Dickenson the writer of this my Last Will the sum of twenty shillings that to buy him a mourning Ring.
      My will and desire is that my said loving wife Susanna Taylor be full and sole executrix of this my Last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me hereto made or spoke, In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set by my hand and seal the day and year first mentioned. George Taylor
      Signed sealed published and declared by the within testator as his Last Will and Testament is presence of Robert Garden, Elizabeth Brudley, Anna Post, Edward Jeffery, Tho Dickenson.
      Proved in Richmond County Court the 7th day of August ano dom 1706 by the oaths of Robert Garden, Anna Post and Thomas Dickerson three of the witnesses thereto and recorded amongst the records of the said County, Test Sherlock
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      1699-1709 Richmond County, Virginia Wills and Inventories [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page fl00r
      - George TAYLOR, Sitt. Par., will; 24 Jun 1706, 7 Aug 1706. wife Susannah plant. where I now live on the west side of [ ? ]; dau. Martha GAINES to have an English servantman, John [HINTER] and a tract of land; George GAINES youngest son of Martha; Daniel eld. son of Bernard and Martha GAINES; Henry WILSON; Thomas DICKENSON who wrote this will; ex: wife; wits: Robert GORDEN, Elizabeth BRADLEY, Anna POST, Edward JEFFREY, Thomas DICKENSON.
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      1705-1706 Richmond Co VA Order Book 4; Antient Press: (Page 190)
      Richmond County Court 7th of August 1706
      - This day the Last Will and Testament of Lieut. Colo. GEORGE TAYLER being presented to this Court by Madm. SUSANNA TAYLER, Exrx. therein named for prooth, the same was proved by the Oathes of ROBERT GARDEN, ANNA PORT and THOMAS DICKENSON, three of the wittnesses thereto & Order for Probate granted thereon
      === Francis Taylor married a d/o Charles snead
      North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Viriginia Wills
      Elias WILSON, Sitt.Par., will; 2 Mar 1697/98, 6 Mar 1699/ 1700
      sons Henry all my part and share of 350 ac. bought of Thomas NORTON by me, John CARTON, and John [HUGHES], James 254 ac., Elias; dau. Elizabeth the wife of Edward [MOSELEY]; dau. Martha; grchil. Edward MORRIS, Charles [SNEAD],Jr., and Elias [SNEAD] sons to my decd dau. [Sheba]; ex: wife Susannah and son Elias; wits: Thomas LONG, Thomas BRADLEY. [A cod. nominates Capt. George TAYLOR, William COLSTON, and Edwin CONWAY as overseers.)
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      1705-1706 Richmond Co VA Order Book 4; Antient Press: (Page 248)
      Richmond County Court 6th of March 1706/1707
      - Upon Petition of BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his Wife setting forth that GEORGE TAYLER, Gent., late of this County, deced., did by his Last Will and Testament in writing beareing date the 24th day of June now last past (inter alia) give and devise unto them severall Legacys and appointed his Wife, SUSANNA TAYLER, Executrix thereof, which said SUSANNA afterwards att a Court held for said County the 7th day of August now last past, proved said Will and accepted the Executorship and BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his Wife praying that SUSANNA TAYLER might by Order of this Court be enjoyned to returne an Inventory of the deced.'s Estate upon Oath, and that the Crops of Tobbacco and Come growing att the time of the deced.'s death might also be divided according to the intent of the Last Will of GEORGE TAYLER, to witt, one third part to said SUSANNA and the other two thirds unto said BERNARD and MARTHA his Wife. said SUSANNA TAYLER appeareing and the Court having heard the arguments insisted upon as well by said BERNARD and MARTHA as said SUSANNA in this behalfe, and forasmuch as it appeared that BERNARD GAINES had but one Servant att work in the Corp aforesaid, it is the Judgment of this Court that BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his wife have but one fourth part of the Cropp of Tobbo. and Corne made with the three Servants of SUSANNA TAYLER and the one Servant of BERNARD GAINES, And upon request of BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his Wife and SUSANNA TAYLER, Colo. JOHN CATTLETT and Capt. EDWARD BARROW are desired to meet att the House of GEORGE TAYLER sometime betweene this and next Court and do inventory all the Estate of the deced. not already divided as shall be presented to theire view and make report of theire proceedings therein to next Court under theire hands in writing, and Capt. EDWARD BARROW is also requested to administer an Oath to SUSANNA TAYLER for the true delivery of the Estate
      - Ordered that BERNARD GAINES be fined according to Law for prophane sweareing in the presence and heareing of the Court
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      Va Co. Records volume VI; pages 257-261 Crozier
      Farnham Parish, Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia.

      Captain George Taylor, one of the executors of the will of William Sargent, probated 14 April, 1683. Mrs. Martha Taylor is one of the legatees. (Rappahannock Co.)

      George Taylor, mentioned as the father-in-law of Elizabeth Jones in the will of Thomas Bliss[ed], dated 7 Feb., 1676. (Rappahannock Co.)

      Bliss[ed], Thomas. 7 Feb., 1676-7-4 July, 1677. John, son of Elias Wilson, and Susan, his wife; Phebe Wilson, daughter of same; Elizabeth Jones, daughter-in-law to George Taylor; Mrs. Mary Harper and her eldest daughter Elizabeth Boulware; Sarah Harper; Edward Freeman and William Sergeant, executors; witnesses John Savage, David Romer.

      Captain George Taylor, a Justice for Rappahannock 2 May, 1685.
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      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny] Wills in the Record Book entitled Wills No. 2, 1677-1682.
      BLISSED, (BLISFED), THOMAS,
      IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN this I ordain my last Will & Testamt: Revoaking all Others being in perfect health & memory First I bequeath my Soule to Almighty God & my Saviour Jesus Christ by Whom I hope to Receive Salvation, & my Body to the Earth from Whence it Came Impre : I bequeath unto John Willson sonne of Elias Willson & Susanna his Wife to wch : Child I am God Father three thousand pounds of Tobacco to be Conveniently laid out for his Edification when he shall Attain to the Age of Eight Yeares old in Learning the Word of God. Secundas. I bequeath to Phebe Willson Daughter to the sd Elias & Susanna thirty Shillings or the Value in Tobacco to buy her a Ring when she shall Arrive at the age of Seventeen Yeares. Tertius. I bequeath unto Elizabeth Jones Daughter in Law to Mr: George Taylor, Twenty Shillings to buy her a Ring At the Value in Tobacco. Quartus. I Bequeath to Mrs : Mary Harper & her Eldest Daughter Elizabeth Bowlware twenty Shillings a peice to buy them two Rings or the like Value in Tobacco. Quinqe I bequeath unto Sarah Harper one thousand pounds of Tobacco & twenty Shillings to buy her a Ring or the Value in Tobacco. Sep I doe ordaine & Depute Edward Freeman & William Serjeant, to be my whole & Sole Executor's : to See my Will performed after my debts paid to See all the Legacies paid According to my Will but if any of the Legatees Should die before the Probate of my Will, then to Redown to my Executor° & all the Remaining Part of my Estate in What Sort or kind Soever to be Equally divided between them only my Silver Tobacco Box to be given to Susanna Willson & my Signet to Mr James Miller of York, this being my last Will & Testament all others Renounced & Revoaked I doe here in perfect health & memory Put to my hand & Seale this 7th : day of February 1676/7
      Sealed & Delivered in the THOMAS BLISFED Seale
      prsence of
      JOHN SAVAGE DAVID ROMER
      THE Wth :IN Named John Savage aged 29 Yeares or thereabouts
      & David Roomee aged 32 yeares of thereabouts Sworne & Examined Saith that they did See the Wth: [within] named Thomas Missed Signe Seale & publish the wth:in mentioned to be his last Will & Testamt:
      & that he was in Perfect sence & memory at the Signing Sealing & publishing thereof to the best of their Judgmt & further Saith not JOHN SAVAGE DAVID ROMER
      Jurantr Savage Et Romer in Cur Com Rappae : 4th Die Julij 1677
      Test
      Edmd : CRASK Cl Cur
      Probatr Et Recordatr Test
      EDMOND CRASK Cl Cur
      Exd. Page 35.
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      Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1658-1692 page 89
      SARGENT, WILLIAM, 14 April, 1683.
      I dispose of my worldly estate as followeth after my funerall charges debts and Legacies paid.
      To son George all my lands in Virg or elsewhere to be delivered to him by my Executors hereafter named when he shall attain to the age of twenty years also to my son George all my personall estate together with the produce thereof to be delivered to him as soon as he shall attaine to the age of twenty years aforesaid. If my Executors hereafter named shall think fit to bring my perishable goods to an appraisement or to be sold at an outcry then the produce thereof to be delivered to my son George at the age aboresaid. My will and desire is that one diaper table Cloath fifteen napkins a bell mettle pot And a feather bed and furniture ten breeding Cows A bull and my Mares Remaine unsold with their Encrease And that the said Cattle and Mares Remain on the Plantation and lands whereon I now live And the encrease to be delivered to my son George at the age aforesaid. What other goods my Executors shall keep and think fitt not to be sold or appraised to Remaine in their Custody And to be delivered to my son George at the age aforesaid. My will is that out of ye produce of what goods my Executors shall make sale of that it be laid out in good Non household stuff and such other necessaries as they shall think fitt for the benefit of my son George and his Plantations to be delivered to him at the age abovesaid. My will is that both my Plantations be kept employed by my Executors And that my houses and fences be kept in Repair until my son shall Attain to the age above said And that one sixty foot tobacco house be built on the Plantation where I now live about two years before he attain to his said age. It is my will that my Executors give a lease to Richard Mathews of the land he now lives on until my son George comes to the age aforesaid he paying the quit Rents during ye time. In case my said son shall dye (w God forbid) before he attain to the age of twenty years then I give unto Richard Mathews his heirs and assigns forever ye Plantation whereon he now lives in the fforest with a hundred acres adjoining it. In case of my sons death above said [-----] unto William Whitridge his heirs and assigns forever [-----] Son of John Whitridge one hundred acres of land of the same dividend adjoining on the dividing land between Mrs Joane Clark and mine. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Will Warren his heirs and assign's forever son of John Warren one hundred acres of land of the same divident adjoining on Will Whitridge, Richard Mathews and John Bowen. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Henry Feild his heirs and assigns forever son of Abraham Ffeild devd one hundred acres of land of the same divident Crossing the lines of Will Whitridge And William Warren to John Bowen line and back to the dividing line of Mrs Joane Clark and mine. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Will Griffin his heirs and assigns forever son of Will Griffin decd fifty acres of land the same divident beginning at the great Swamp of his fathers line running along the said line to the line of Henry feild aforesd. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Frances Sterne her heirs and assigns forever daughter of David Sterne and Rebeccah Wells her heirs and assigns forever daughter of Barnaby Wells the residue of the said land in the forest aforesaid to be equally divided between them quantity for quantity and quality for quality. In case of my sons death aforesaid I give unto John Deane his heirs and assigns forever son of John Deane one of my Executors hereafter named all the plantation with the land belonging whereon I now live together with ten Cattle that is to say six cows and one bull and three steeres Alsoe the hogs on the said land belonging to me. In case of my sons death aforesaid ye Residue of my Estate to be distributed among the poorest and most incapable of living of my God Children According to ye discretion of my Executors if they think fitt.
      To every and each of my friends here named; George Jones to Honoria his wife to John Weire to Mr Daniel Gaines to Mr Thomas Perkins to Mrs. Jane Deane wife of John Deane one of my Executors to Mrs. Martha Taylor twenty shillings apiece to buy them mourning Rings. To each of my Executors hereafter named twenty shillings apiece to buy them mourning Rings. It is my will that my said Son remain with his God father and Godmother until he attaine to the age aforesaid and to be brought up to learn to Read write and Cast accounts and the Grammer Rules if possible. And last I ordaine and appoint Capt George Taylor John Deane and Mrs Elizabeth Jones Exs. of this my last will and Testament.
      Wit. ALEX. DONIPHAN, aged 30 years or thereabouts, Rees EVANS, aged 30 years or thereabouts, JOHN MILLS, age 36 years or thereabouts.
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      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
      TOMLIN, ROBERT,*
      To son Robert Tomlin all my land and plantation at Arraricke with all the household goods & stock upon it to him & his heirs forever & likewise one negroe due to me from Mr Malachiah Peale with one feather bed boulder & Rugg which lyeth in my wife's Chamber And my Great Iron Gray Mare with all her Increase to him & his heirs for ever.
      Item I give unto my Cozen George Tomlin one young Mare about two years old, one feather bed which Lyeth in the hall with the furniture to itt belonging, one Iron pott about four or five Gallons & nineteen hundred pounds of Tobo. which John ffenner oweth me to build him a house upon his owne Land And Likewise a man servant which I am Indebted to him, And likewise itt is 'my will that he shall have his own Cattell which was brought over to my plantation.
      Item. I give & bequeath unto my son William Tomlin all the Land & plantation which I formerly bought of Mr. Thomas Gordon all the household goods & stocke of Cattell which are upon itt with the negroes & feather bed with the furniture to itt belonging which Lyeth in my wifes Chamber, & one feathr. bed more with the furniture thereto belonging about eight or nine pounds price which I will my Executr. hereafter named to buy for him & all the horses & mares which he always Claimed as his owne, to him & his heires forever, and Likewise I give more to my son William halfe a dozen pewter dishes one Table, four paire of sheets & two suits of Table Linen.
      Item. I give unto my Loving wife one third pta. of the plantation & Land whereon I now live & leaving noe more Land but towards the poynt of woods next the River & to Keep everything in repaire as now itt is, And likewise one third part of the plantation & Land I formerly bought of Thomas Rawson during her life, five and twenty head of Cattell & one third part of my horses & mares not before bequeathed & Likewise this psent Cropp she paying my debts out of itt & maintaininge my son William and 3 daughters with necessaries for this psent year & afterwards with the pfitts of my negroes & stocke to maintain my 3 daughters & give them convenient Learnynge during the time they live with her which my desire is till they marry or come to age.
      Item. My will is that if my said wife Rebeccah Tomlin doe not assent of this my will then she shall have no more than an equall childs part of my personal Estate.
      I will & bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca Tomlin all the plantation & Land whereon I now live after her mothers decease unto her & her heirs forever. Item. I will & bequeath unto my daughter Hannah Tomlin the Land I formerly bought of Thomas Rawson aftr: her mothrs decease to her & her heirs forever.
      Item. I will & bequeath unto my daughter Martha Tomlin my mill with all the priviledges to me belonging or in any wise appertaining to her & her heirs forever also my will is that my Executr. shall keep my Mill in repairs with the pfitts that shall come of the Mill and the remaindr. of the profitts shall be & remain for the use and benefitt of my aforesaid daughtr. to be returned to her at the age of one & twenty years or marriage which shall first happen according to the discretion of my Executr:
      Item itt is my will & desire that if all or any of my said daughters shall attain to ye age of one & twenty years or marry before my sd wife shall depart this life, then my will is that my Executr. shall equally divide the negroes Cattel & horses which are upon my plantation as they come of age or marry respectively except my wifes thirds during her life of her personal estate & after her death to be equally divided between my three daughters but if itt should happen that any of my daughters should die before the age of 21 years or marry then the Lands Negroes & stocks to goe to the survivor equally. Item my will is & I freely bequeath unto my brother Capt. George Taylor one of my saddle horses which are upon my plantation which he shall please to accept of after my decease.
      Item I give unto my Cozen Martha Taylor my mare about two years old with her increase to her & her heirs forever.
      Item I give unto my sister Mrs Martha Taylor one Gold ring about 12 shillings price.
      Item I give unto Robt Brooke two pieces of eight two New England shillings & six pence which is [in] my Lettr. Case in my Truncke.
      Item I give & bequeath six hundred pounds of Tobacco to be Laide out in Mourning Ribbon to be given to my friends at my funerall according as my executor shall think fitt. Item my will is that the two dwelling houses upon my son William's plantation shall be both new covered & the Tobacco house in the bottom new posted & mended out of the produce of the Tobacco of this prsent Cropp Also my will is that if my Executr shall thinke fitt that my son William Tomlin be not capable of managing the plantation to him bequeathed that then my will is that my Executor shall keep the plantation in his owne hands till my son comes of age only the profits in the meantime to return to the boy.
      Also that whereas I have already consigned seaventy five bushells of wheat to new England as by bills of Laidinge will appear, my will is that the produce of itt att the returne may be equally divided between my wife son William & her three daughters And likewise my will is that the wheat which I have att home in my Barne & my mill, which I suppose may be about 200 bushells may be shipt & consigned to New England accordingly as I formerly took Care pposd by my Letters writt to Mr: Saffin & the pduce of that at the return to be equally divided between my wife son William & my three daughters.
      Exr. my loving Brother Capt. George Taylor my Loving wife Rebecca my full & sole Executr. & Likewise if they see fitt for the good of my wife & children to dispose of any horses & mares according to their discretion. If my brother dies before this will be fulfilled I desire my son Robert Tomlin to join with my wife & to assist her according to his endeavour.
      Witnesses : ROBERT TOMLIN seal
      HEN AWBREY
      WILL Moseley
      Ro : Brooke.
      7 March, 1683 ; 3 October, 1688.
      Pages 28-32.
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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 213
      WHEREAS MR GEORGE TAYLOR JUNIOR hath made complaint to us that he stands indebted to DAVID WARREN late of Bristoll (deced) in the sume of Two thousand pounds of Tob. or Neare thereabouts the said Sume being the remainder of a Bill of greater quantity and the said Warrens Attorney neglecting to receive the sd Tob: both this yeare and last Now the said Taylor desireing the Benefitt of the Act for Tender wee doe appoynt ELIAS WILSON. JNO FENNILL & GEO IVORY three of the neighbourhood who are sworne before us to view the sd Tob• both Quallity and Quantity and accordingly to make report to us undr: their hands dated this 18th Febry 1666
      Sworne before us JOHN WALKER HUM BOOTH
      WE WHOSE NAMES are hereundr. written being to view a parcell of Tob owing by Mr GEO. TAYLOR JUNIOR to Mr DAVID WARREN of Bristoll, doe certifye that there is weighed & marked as per Mr. GENT for the said Warren his use the full sume of two thousand Eighty four pounds of good sound Tob. Net allowing for Tare 70 pounds per caste WITTNESS ur hands this 19th Febry 1666
      JOHN FENNILL, GEORGE IVORY, ELIAS WILSON
      Recordat xii Die Martii 1666
      === George is POA - some sort of relationship between him Mosse & Tomlin
      1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 190-192
      NOW ALL MEN that we WILLIAM MOSSE, ROBT. TOMLIN together with the consent of BRIDGET & REBECCA our Wives due for ourselves our heirs and either or any of our heirs sell and make over from us two hundred twenty and three acres of land scituate and being in the County of Rappa on the North side thereof being part of a greater quantity to us granted by Pattent bearing date the 25th of May 1663, bounding as followeth Beginning at a white Oake in the edge of a pocoson behind the land of WILLIAM BRUCE and HENRY CREIGHTON and runneth thence N. E. to a red Oake thence W. to an Oake thence S. to a white Oake in the said pocoson and thence alongst the same E. to the place first mentioned unto ELIAS WILSON his heirs and assigns forever withall rights wth all woods waters and all other rights thereunto belonging in as full manner as it is to us granted by the said Pattent and farther we the sd ROBERT & WILLIAM together with our Wives REBECCA and BRIDGETT or any of our heirs doe hereby promise and agree with the said ELIAS that he shall peaceably and quietly use & enjoy the same & every part to him and his heirs and assigns without the hindrance of any of us our heirs forever in consideration of the sum of Two thousand four hundred pounds to tobacco and cask to us in hand paid & doe therefore for ourselves our heirs warrant the same and every part thereof to the sd ELIAS his heirs as before expressed & shall at all times keepe harmless the said ELIAS or his heirs or assigns against all persons under us pretending any lawfull claime to any part and for the better confirmation of this our Deed we will acknowledge the same together with our Wives either by ourselves or our known lawfull attornies at the next Court held for this County when thereunto lawfully called he discharging all rents & services due for the same by the sd Pattent. In Witness wee have set our hands & seals this third of March 1673/4
      in presence of us GEORGE TAYLER, WILLIAM MOSSE
      ROGER PARRY ROBERT THOMLIN
      BRIDGET MOSSE
      Recognit in Cu Com Rappa 4 die March 73
      Test EDMD. CRASK Cl Cur
      KNOW ALL MEN that we REBECCA THOMLIN and BRIDGET MOSS of the County of Rappa doe hereby make our well beloved friend GEORGE TAYLER of the same place our true and lawfull Attorney for us & in our names to make an acknowledgement of a parcell of land sold by our Husbands to ELIAS WILSON as deeds doe appeare and do hereby allow what our said Attorney shall doe in the premises to be as effectual in Law as if we ourselves were personally present & for the true performance of all the premises wee have hereunto sett our hands & seals this 3 day of March 1673
      in presence of ROGER PERRY REBECCA THOMLIN
      SAMUEL ASHWORTH BRIDGETT MOSSE
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      1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 171
      THIS INDENTURE made this Sixth day of June 1678 And on ye Thirtieth years of ye Reigne of or: Soveraigne Lord Charles ye Second of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, King Defendr, of ye Faith, etc,, Between THOMAS GOODRICH of sd County Gent. of ye one pte., and GEORGE TAYLOR of ye said County alsoe Gent. of the other parte, Witnesseththat ye said THOMAS GOODRICH for ye better & more sure paymt. of severall sumes of tobacco hereafter particularly mentioned in ye provisoe hereunto written, hath given & confirmed unto ye said GEORGE TAYLOR all that tract of land and whereon I ye said THOMAS GOODRICH now dwelleth being in ye Parish of Farnham in ye County aforesaid on ye South side of Rappae: River adjoyning on ye land formerly belonging to JOHN GILLETT & now to ROBERT THOMLIN wth all houses, edifices & buildings, gardens, orchrds & appurtenances to said land belonging as ye same is now used by ye said THOMAS GOODRICH; To have & to hold ye sd tract of land wth all prmises before granted unto ye said GEORGE TAYLOR his heires & assignes from hence forth & for ever wth warranty agst all persons forever allwaies & upon this condition nevertheless that in case ye said THOMAS GOODRICH his heires or assignes doe well & truely pay ye several! sumes of tobacco herein mentioned (Vizt) Six thousand Six hundred Sixty & Six unto ye said GEORGE TAYLOR, Six thousand Six hundred Sixty & Six pounds of tobacco & cask unto JAMES INCLEDON & COMPANY; Three thousand foure hundred & fifty pounds of tobacco & cask unto DANIELL SLUTELY; Three thousand Two hundred & Sixteene pounds of tobacco & cask unto ye sd JAMES INCLEDON & COMPANY, agt ye times & places particularly mentioned in foure several! Bills or Obligations undr. ye hand & Seale of ye said THOMAS GOODRICH bearing date wth these prsents, And that according to ye true intent & meaning of them ye said Bills & every of them, Then ye grant hereby made of ye prmises shall cease & be utterly void and of noe effect In Witness whereof ye parties to
      these prsents have set their hands & seales
      Sealed & Delivd. in prsence of
      WM: LLOYD; THO: GORDON THO: GOODRICH
      Rccordatr in Cur Corn Rappae: 6 die Junii 1678
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1683-1685; Antient Press: page 44
      - Rappahannock County Court 2nd of October 1684
      - Capt. GEORG TAYLER (as marrying the Relict of Capt. WILLIAM MOSELEY deced) confessed Judgment of Collonl CUTHBERT POTTER for eighteen hundred and twenty nine pounds of tob: and caske to be paid with costs of suite als Execution; but no Exec. to issue till the tenth of Octobr: 1685; it being full satisfaction for an Order past against the Estate of the said MOSELEY for the same sume
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      1683-1685 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press] Page 49
      Rappahannock County Court 6th of November 1684
      - For as much as Mrs. MARTHA MOSELEY, Relict and Administrx. of Capt. WM. MOSELEY, hath not yet had any allowance of her Paraphernalia out of her deceased Husbands Estate, It is by this Court thought fitt and accordingly ordered that the said Mrs. MARTHA MOSELEY now marryed to Capt. GEORGE TAYLER be allowed Twelve hundred pounds of tob: out of the said Capt. MOSELEYs Estate, it being the Apprizement of one bed and furniture belonging to the Estate of the sd Capt. MOSELEY

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