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

Andrew Monroe

Male 1625 - 1668  (43 years)


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  • Name Andrew Monroe 
    Born 1625  Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1668  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I024168  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Aug 2020 

    Family 1 Female MNU Monroe,   b. 1629,   d. 1651, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 22 years) 
    Married Abt 1645  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. George Monroe,   b. Abt 1645, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1668, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 22 years)
    Last Modified 11 Aug 2020 
    Family ID F07330  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Elizabeth {Unproven} Alexander,   b. Abt 1636, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1686, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Married 1652  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Mary Monroe,   b. Abt 1655, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Jan 1660/61, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 6 years)
     2. Andrew Monroe,   b. 1661, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Jun 1714, Westmoreland County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 53 years)
     3. Elizabeth Monroe,   b. Abt 1662, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1708, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 45 years)
     4. William Monroe,   b. 1666, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Apr 1737, Westmoreland County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years)
     5. George Monroe,   b. Bef 1668, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1679, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 11 years)
     6. Susannah Monroe,   b. Abt 1668, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1706, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 39 years)
    Last Modified 11 Aug 2020 
    Family ID F14468  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1679-1682; John Frederick Dorman; pg 5 [30 July 1679]
      The estate of Andrew Monroe as devided amongst the children, that in case of the mortality of either of the children, his estate ought desend to the surviveing children in equall shares, and Bunch Roe who married Eliz one of the surviveing Children of Andrew Monroe, Sergeant, and Bunch Roe...did arrest Geo: Horner who married the relict and administratrix of Andrew Monroe for his part of Geo: Monroe one of the children's estate, he being deceased, the Court doth order that Horner Make payment to Bunch Roe of his equall part of Geo. Monroe's estate.
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      James Hughes 2006-01-16 15:05:26
      Can't You Hear Me Callin'

      Some sources on Scottish clan names state that "Monroe" means "Man of Roe," a river in Northern Ireland near which many Scots settled; hence the claims of Scots-Irish ancestry for Bill. But Clan Monroe has its roots firmly in the Scottish Highlands, specifically in Easter Ross, north of Moray Firth and the Great Glen. The name, first recorded around the twelfth century, may be from the Norman-influenced "Mon ROSSE" ("hillmen of Ross"). It is almost always spelled "Munro" in Scotland, and it was pronounced exactly that way by Bill's family, right into the twentieth century MUN-ro, with emphasis on the first syllable.
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      1650-1652 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 74
      At a Court held for the County of Northumberland the 22th of Aprill 1652
      Wee whose names are subscribed doe promise & ingage our selves to be true & faith full to the Comonwealth of England as it is now established without KING or HOUSE of LORDES

      These are to certify whom it may concerne that by reason of urgent occasions I cannott come unto Court but am contented to forme to the Ingagemt., Aprill the 11th 1652

      ANDREW MUNROW
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      James Hughes 2005-09-27 20:50:45
      Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623 -1666 , Page 236

      Munroe, And., 1654, by Tho. Hobkins, Lancaster Co.

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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.mosesrawlings.freeservers.com/anthonyrawlings.html
      URL title: Anthony Rawlings of St. Mary's County, Maryland
      Note:
      "...and in those of Westmoreland and King George counties, Virginia, relieves the matter of much of its difficulty. We learn from the first of these sources that the original residence of the immigrant ancestor, Andrew Monroe, was in Maryland, where he first commanded a pinnace in the service of Cuthbert Fenwick, general agent for Lord Baltimore. When Richard Ingle declared for the parliament, Monroe took sides against Lord Baltimore's government, and eventually, like Nathaniel Pope, ancestor of President Washington, Dr. Thomas Gerrard, and other leading Marylanders, fled over the Potomac to a settlement under the Virginia authority, at the mouth of Appomattox Creek, now called Mattox Creek, in Westmoreland county." --James Monroe; William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 4; 189
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      James Hughes 2006-01-06 16:22:16
      Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650Volume 4, Page 383

      Anthony Rawlins deposed sayth That the left slitt eare of the pyed Beast now in question betweene Wm Harditch & Mr Copley; Both ends appearing to bee cropd beside the slitt he ueril beleiueth in his conscience was neur soe cropd, of purpose, by any one, but tht it accidentally came to the sd crop.

      Andrew Munroe deposeth idem ad uerbu qd Ant: Rawlins Ut supra.
      And the Jury retur. their Verdict in writing fownd for the plf & the Dft to pay Court charges. And the Gour ordered tht it should be entred for the iudgmt
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      James Hughes 2006-01-07 17:41:13
      Supplement to Early Settlers Query

      Monroe, Andrew
      AB&H:276 Film No.:
      Transported 1651
      MSA SC 4341-
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      James Hughes 2006-01-06 16:17:26
      URL: http://72.14.203.104/search?q=cache:wx8Cf9Io0AAJ:www.mdarchives.state.md.u s/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000004/html/am4--383.html+site :www.mdarchives.state.md.us+%22andrew+munroe%22&hl=en
      Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657Volume 10, Page 362
      The Deposition of mr Nicholas Gwyther aged 28 Years or thereabouts taken in open Court at St Maries in the Province of Maryland the 11th day of April 1654 Upon oath Sayth.
      That he this Deponent was Servant to Tho: Cornwalleys Esq when one Thomas Harrison Came into this Province in the year 1641 (as this Deponent taketh it) with the Said Capt Cornwalleys as his servant, and lived in the house with this Depont one yeare or thereabouts before the arrivall of one Richard Ingle which was in the year 1644 or thereabouts at which time the Said Harrison was Sent by Cuthbt ffenwick then Attorney to the Said Capt Cornwalleys with one Edward Mathews his fellow Servant to assist one Andrew Monroe to bring a Pinnace (that then ridd in the Mouth of St Inegos Creek (as Near as Conveniently could be to the house of the Said Capt Cornwalleys which Said Servants (as they did report themselves) were Commanded aboard the Ship of the Said Ingle, she riding in the Mouth of the Said Creek, which Said Mathews was there detained prisoner, And the Said Harrison tooke up Armes in the assistance of the Said Ingle, and the said Harrison never after returned to his Said Masters Service as this Deponent Ever Saw or heard, the terme of time of the Said Harrison's Service was unknown to this Deponent, but he hath heard the Said Harrison Say that the Said Capt Cornwalleys would abate Some of the time of his Service for
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      James Hughes 2006-01-06 16:19:57
      URL: http://72.14.203.104/search?q=cache:gdwevfH-vy4J:www.mdarchives.state.md.u s/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000001/html/am1--167.html+site :www.mdarchives.state.md.us+%22andrew+monroe%22&hl=en
      Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664Volume 1, Page 167
      Liber M C p. 248
      5 September 1642 morning Assembled
      Governor
      Captain Cornwaleys
      Mr Giles Brent
      Mr Secretary
      Mr Surveyor Genl
      David Whitdiffe
      George Pye
      Mr Greene
      Mt Clerk
      Appeared

      Nathaniel Pope
      Mr Weston
      Cyprian Thorowgood
      Nicholas Herby
      Mr George Binks
      John Hollis Carp
      Jo: Weywill
      Thomas Franklin
      Thomas Hebden
      Francis Posie
      Joseph Edlo
      John Norman
      John Halfhead
      John Cockshott
      Cuthbert Fennick
      Jo: Holderne
      Richard Cope
      Andrew Monroe
      Robert Perry
      John Cook
      Daniel Clocker
      by their Proxie Mr Thos Greene
      by their Proxie Capt Thomas
      Cornwaleys
      p. 249
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      James Hughes 2006-01-06 17:00:00
      Weekly Mailing List Archives 18th November 2005

      Andrew Monroe was the 3rd son of David Munro. Andrew, under his distinguished relative, General Sir George Munro I, of Newcome, fought with the rank of Major at the Battle of Preston, 17 August, 1648. Andrew was taken prisoner and banished to Virginia, America. Andrew managed to escape (or worked off his indentureship) and settled in Northumberland County, Virginia, where he had several grants of land made to him, the first extending to 200 acres, designated as one of the "Head Rights", being dated 8 Jan. 1650. Andrew died, leaving issue (according to Westmoreland Deed Book) as listed on the Family Page. (??"Moved from Scotland to Maryland c.1641, to Virginia, c.1648, and settled on Monroe Bay, Westmoreland County, Virginia)...(Major Monroe was born in Scotland, & came to Maryland before 1642 when he represented St. Mary's Co. in the Assembly. In 1648, due to religious troubles, he crossed the Potomac & seated himself in Westmoreland, and there received large patents on that creek now called Monroe Bay).

      Andrew began to write the name Munroe and it finally attained its present form, Monroe

      One source states: " Andrew (Munro) Monroe was a vicar/preacher who came to America in 1642.
      Andrew Munro was married to Elizabeth Alexander. They had six children. Andrew's brother William was the great grandfather of James Monroe, the fifth President of the USA."

      This same??? "Andrew Monroe emigrated from Scotland to America in 1650; he belonged to an ancient highland clan and was Captain in the service of Charles I. He received a grant of land on the borders of Monroe's Creek (so-called after the family) about one mile below Bluff Point and about four miles from Pope's Creek (where Washington was born) on the Potomac in Northumbefrland County. In the time of Charles II he retgurned to Scotland and induced others of his family to emigrate and another extensive grant of land in the same quarter was made to him by the Crown."

      On page 480 of MacKenzie's History is stated "Andrew, 3rd son of David Monro, fought with rank of Major at battle of Preston (Lancashire) 17th Aug. 1648. Was taken prisoner there and banished to Virginia, America. He escaped and settled in Northumberland County, Virginia, where he had a grant of 200 acres land dated 8th June 1650. He married and had issue, from whom President James Monroe was probably descended."

      QUOTE: from Mr. James D. Evans, a descendant of the Monroe family, and an ardent student of genealogy:--"The identity & derivation of the immigrant, the 1st Andrew Monroe, has not, I think, been settled by the assumption that he was indubitably the Major Andrew Monroe, 3rd son of David Munro of Scotland who participated in the Battle of Preston and being taken prisoner by the English (1648) was banished to Virginia. The article which appears in the William and Mary quarterly, written by Mr. Edward S. lewis of St. Louis, which attempts to substantiate that identity is by no means conclusive. It presents nothing more than an interesting conjecture but no evidence except indentity of name. There is very positive proof that Andrew Monroe who appeared in Virginia and westmoreland county in 1650 and patented lands on what later became known as Monroe's Creek, and who can be none other than the first of the Monroes who for generations remained in unbroken line in that vicinity, came there from St. Mary's County, Maryland, and was the same as is traceable in the Maryland Archives back to 1642 in the same place. He appears there to have been assessed 50 lbs. of tobacco in July 1642, to support the war against the susquehanna Indians (Md. Assy. Proceedings V. 2-30/2 Entry Book #53) and again as a freeholder represented in the Assembly by Capt. Thos. Cornwallis on 22 august 1642 (Md. Arch. Acts of Assy. V. I-165). On 24 February 1647 he was defendant in a suit of Mrs Mary Brent in which he was decreed to pay her 400 lbs. of Tobacco (Md. Arch. IV-330). On the 6 April 1648 Andrew Monroe signed with his mark as witness a deed of gift from Burgess Thomas Sturman to his son John Sturman to all his cattle and his shallop 'now in Maryland.' (Ib. 362). On 6 April 1648 Andrew Munrowe of Appomattox in Virginia (a point on the Potomac across the river from St. Mary's County, Maryland) made a bill of sale for a feifer 2 years old to Thos. Sturman which was witnessed by John sturman (Ib-383). It is likely, if not certain, that Andrew Monroe went to Virginia from Maryland in 1647, with Thomas Youell and Thomas Sturman. These two men originally steeled in Kent isle in the Chesapeake--1st claimed by Col. Wm. Clayburn of the Virginia Council who settled it in 1634 or earlier but was in 1638 dispossessed by Lord Calvery. In 1647/8 Thomas Sturman and Andrew Monroe left St. Mary's and settled near Youell in Westmoreland. county. John Sturman later also crossed into Virginia where he married Elizabeth, daughter of Patrick & Dorcas Spence, the sister of Elanor Spence, who married Andrew the 2nd, son of Andrew the 1st, the Immigrant.
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      The Washington Ancestry and Records of the McClain, Johnson and Forty Other Colonial American Families, Volume 1, Page 167
      Note:
      Westmoreland County Deeds, Wills, Patents, &c. from 1661 to 1662, p. 46 dorso]:

      APPOMATTOX VESTRY. Wee whose names are here underwritten were made Choice of as Vestry men by ye Parish of Appomattox & have taken ye oath of Alegiance & Supremacie & doe subscribe ye following words: as, I doe Acknowledge my self a true sonn of ye Church of Engld so I doc beleeve ye Articles of faith there professed & oblige myself to bee Conformable to ye Doctrine & Dicepline there taught & established. Dated this 3d. of July 1661

      JOHN DODMAN ANDREW MUNROE JOHN WASHINGTON HERBERT SMITH DANIELL LISSON RICHARD GRIFFIN WILLIAM FFREKE JOHN TURNER FFRANCIS GREY WILLIAM WEBB HENRY BROOKES NATHANIEL JONES
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=Genealo gy+of+Josiah+Munroe+&db=online&areas=10&head=online&booknum=&category=&wor ds=Genealogy+of+Josiah+Munroe+&first=&last=&cmd=context&id=393bdd2bc#hit1
      URL title: Genealogy of Josiah Munroe, Page 351
      Note:
      Andrew Monroe fought in the battle of Preston the 17th of May, 1648; was taken prisoner, and deported to America. He located in Maryland, and about 1650, he settled at Appomatox, (now Mattox,) Virginia. He died in 1668, leaving issue (according to a Westmorland County deed-book) as follows:
      I. Susanna.

      II. Elizabeth, who married Bunch Roe.

      III. Andrew, who m. (1) Eleanor Spence and (2) Sarah Elliot. He was Justice of the peace, with the rank of captain of the militia; b. about 1664, and d. 1714; will dated December 30, 1713, and proved May 26, 1714;
      issue by Eleanor Spence:
      (A). Spense, d. 1725, without issue.
      (B). Elizabeth.
      (C). Susanna m. first Wm. Linton, second Chas. Tyler, and third Capt. Benj. Grayson.
      (D). Andrew, who came of age in 1718, (court order); married Christina Tyler; was sheriff of Westmorland county; d. 1735, with issue:
      (a). Eleanor m. Dr. Jas. Bankhead.
      (b). Sarah m. Capt. Jos. Jones.
      (c). Spence m. Elizabeth Jones with issue:
      (1). Andrew;served in the navy; m. with issue:
      (i). Augustin admitted to Albermarle bar in 1817;
      (ii). James b. September 10, 1799.
      (2). Spence.
      (3). James, 5th President of the U. S., b. April 28, 1758.
      (4). Jos. Jones m. Elizabeth Kerr; was attorney general for Virginia; d. at Keytesville, Missouri; issue:
      (i). Harriet b. April 14, 1794; m. April 10, 1812, Edw. Blair Cabell.
      (5). Elizabeth m. Wm. Buchner.
      (d). Andrew m. first Jane Watts and second Martha Washington; will dated May 11, 1769, and proved March 27, 1770; issue:
      (1). John m. September 23, 1756, Jane Harrison; issue:
      (i). Elliott m. August 1, 1795, Susan Davis;
      (ii). John;
      (iii) Jane;
      (iv). Elizabeth m. December 27, 1786, Wm. Dishmen.
      (2). Jane.
      (3). Elizabeth.

      IV. William b. 1666; m. Sarah (???), will proved April 26, 1737, and children and grand-children named; issue:
      (A). Thomas; issue:
      (a). Thomas m. April 1??, 1745, Catherine Hoe; issue
      (1). George b. September 3, 1747.
      (2). Thomas b. November 2, 1748.
      (3). Isabel b. November 12, 1751.
      (B). George; issue:
      (a). William.
      (C). Jean m. Payne; issue:
      (a). Daniel;
      (b). William.
      (D). Sarah m. Stone; issue:
      (a). Mary.
      (E). Andrew; issue:
      (a). Andrew; issue:
      (1). Benjamin.
      (2). James.
      (3). William.
      (4). Elizabeth m. Alex. Adair.
      (4). Rachel.
      (5). Polly m. Jos. Harden.
      (6). Thomas Bell b. October 27, 1791; m. Eliza Palmer Adair; issue:
      (i). Victor b. November 27, 1813; m. Mary Townsend Polk with issue Judge Frank Adair, who resides at 847 Carondelet street, New Orleans, Louisiana, (b. August 30, 1844); William W., b. September 9, 1841, and Thos. Bell b. November 24, 1848.
      (ii). John Adair.
      (iii). Andrew;
      (iv). Thomas Bell b. 1833, whose son Robert Grier (b. 1860,) is a prominent lawyer in New York City.
      (v). Benjamin.
      (vi). James.

      V. Mary. Not mentioned in the deed-book as she predeceased her father. She was buried January 15, 1661.

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      1650-1652 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 41
      Att a Court houlden att CHICKECON the 24th May 1650
      It is ordered by this Court that an Attachment shall be awarded against the Estate ofJOHN STEERMAN {sic Sturman} for a Debt of Foyer hundred pounds of tobaco claimed by ( ),
      ANDREW MUNROE.

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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=174&last=&g_p=P5&co llection=LO Patent
      Title Monrow, Andrew.
      Publication 18 March 1662.
      Gen. note "The sd. land formerly granted sd. Monrow, Nov. 9., 1652."
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: Northumberland County.
      Description: 440 acres N. Et. on a creek that issueth out of Potomac River; s. et. on a plantation granted to the said Andrew Monrow by patent. .
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 174 (Reel 5).
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 193
      MR. JOHN HALLOWES, 328 acs. Northumberland Co., 8 June 1650, p. 225. Abutting E. upon Potomock Riv., N. W. upon land of Andrew Monrow & S. W. upon his own Cr. Trans. of 7 pen: Joane Hungerford, Tho. Barefoot, Francis Heede, Wm. Skiffin, John Hunt, John Hughes, Wm. Haman (or Thickman).
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 2; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 193
      ANDREW MUNROW, 200 acs. Northumberland Co., 8 June 1650, p. 225. Abutting N. E. upon a cr. issueing out of Potomeck Riv. dividing this from a neck of land late in possession of Thomas Sterman, S. E. upon land of John Hollowes, Gent., S. W. upon a great Indian Path neare Hallowes Cr. Trans. of 4 pets: Andrew Monrow, Sarah Hungerford, Christian Bell, Richd. Farmer.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 3; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 279
      JOHN KNOTT, 130 acs. in Potomeck Riv., about 2 mi. up Hallowes Cr., bounding N. by W. upon land of William Freeke, E. by N. on land of Andrew Munrow & S. by E. on land of Mr. John Hallowes. 11 Sept. 1653, p. 210. Trans. of 3 pers: Michaell Phillips, Richard Hewes, Edward Daughly (?)
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 3; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 272
      ANDREW MUNROW (MONROW), 440 acs. Northumberland Co., 29 Nov. 1652, p. 169. N. E. upon a Cr. issueing out of Potomack Riv. & S. E. upon his own plantation &c. Trans. of 9 pers. William Longe, James Brice, William James, George Dale, John Teagg, Edis Kleg, John Hodin, Wm. Brice, James Longe.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 3; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 312
      THOMAS WILSFORD, Gent., 50 acs. Westmoreland Co., on N. W. side of Hallows Cr., adj. his own & land of Andrew Munroe. 4 Sept. 1655, p. 363. Trans. of Sarah Southerne.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 474
      ANDREW MONROW, 440 acs. N'umberland Co., 18 Mar. 1662, p. 247, (174). N.E. upon a Cr. issuing out of Potomack Riv., S.E. upon his own plantation. Renewal of patent dated 9 Nov. 1652.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 1
      ANDREW MONROWE, 920 acs. W'moreland Co., 26 Oct. 1666, p. 2. Mentions Potomack River, Thomas St ---, John Hallowes, gent., Jno. Bear---. Part granted him by patent 8 Jan. 1651 & 1 Mar. 1662; 280 acs. for trans. of 6 pers: Sarah Fanshaw, Margaret Bush, William Love, Sampson Wine, William Chase (?), Simon (?) Miller.
      (NOTE: The first record on page 3 does not give the name of patentee, acreage or county; the date is 26 Oct. 1666. Mentions Puscaticon Creeke, an Indian Path, & Armestrong & Will Young.)
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; page 5
      250 acres, Westmoreland County, 26 Oct 1666, p 16
      Upon Andrew Monroes Creek and land pattented from Wm Bothum now in possession of Richard Heabeard and granted sd Heabeard 27 Mar 1658, deserted. Trans of 5 persons. [one was John Lewellin)
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; page 31
      Andrew Monroe, 920 acres, Westmorland, 26 Oct 1666 page 2
      Mentions Potomac River, part granted him by patent 8 Jan 1651 and Mar 1662, 280 acres for transporting 6 persons.
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      James Hughes 2006-01-06 19:20:14
      URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=225&last=&g_p=P2&collec tion=LO Patent
      Title Hallowes, John.
      Publication 8 June 1650.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Related See also the following surname(s): Hollowes.
      Note Location: Northumberland County.
      Description: 328 acres abutting east upon Potomack River, northwest upon the land of Andrew Monrow.
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 225 (Reel 2).
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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=225&last=&g_p=P2&co llection=LO Patent
      Title Munrow, Andrew.
      Publication 8 June 1650.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: Northumberland County.
      Description: 200 acres abutting north east upon a creek issuing out of Potomack River that divideth this land from a neck of land late in the possession of Thomas Sterman.
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 225 (Reel 2).
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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=169&last=&g_p=P3&co llection=LO Patent
      Title Munrow, Andrew.
      Publication 29 November 1652.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: Northumberland County.
      Description: 440 acres on a creek that issueth out of Potomac River; S. Et. on a plantation granted to said Andrew Munrow by patent.
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 169 (Reel 2).

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      URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=174&last=&g_p=P5&collec tion=LO Patent
      Title Monrow, Andrew.
      Publication 18 March 1662.
      Gen. note "The sd. land formerly granted sd. Monrow, Nov. 9., 1652."
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: Northumberland County.
      Description: 440 acres N. Et. on a creek that issueth out of Potomac River; s. et. on a plantation granted to the said Andrew Monrow by patent. .
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 174 (Reel 5).

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