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

John Buckner

Male 1632 - 1696  (64 years)


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  • Name John Buckner  [1, 2
    Born 2 Feb 1631/32  St Mary's Parish, Reading, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 10 Feb 1695/96  Essex County, Virginia - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I024576  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2021 

    Father Virginia Buckner 
    Family ID F15067  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Anne Bennett,   b. Abt 1633, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1671, St Mary's Parish, Reading, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 39 years) 
    Married Apr 1667  Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Buckner,   b. Bef 1660, Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1722, Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 64 years)
     2. William Buckner,   b. 1661, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 May 1716, Yorktown, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years)
     3. Richard Buckner,   b. 21 Sep 1661, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Mar 1733/34, "Golden Vale" St. Mary's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
     4. Richard {Addl Records} Buckner,   b. 21 Sep 1661, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Mar 1733/34, "Golden Vale" St. Mary's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
     5. John Buckner,   b. Abt 1671, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 17 Jul 1727, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 years)
     6. John {Addl Records} Buckner,   b. Abt 1671
     7. Elizabeth Buckner,   b. 25 Dec 1665, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1695, King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 31 years)
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2021 
    Family ID F15063  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • http://www.buckbd.com/genea/croziercorr.html
      https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Buckner-54
      https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:John_Buckner_%286%29
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      Title Buckner, John.
      Publication 1695.
      Gen. note Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
      Note p. 6. Inv. & appr. rec. 10 Feb. 1695/6.
      Deeds, No. 9, 1695-1699 (Reel 2)
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      Crozier, William Armstrong,
      The Buckners of Virginia and the allied families of Strother and Ashby
      New York: Published privately for William Dickinson Buckner by the Genealogical Association, 1907, 415pgs.
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      Warner, Charles Willard Hoskins,
      Hoskins of Virginia and related families : Hundley, Ware, Roy, Garnett, Waring, Bird, Buckner, Dunbar, Trible, Booker, Aylett, Carter, Upshaw Tappahannock, Virginia.: unknown, 1971, 503 pgs.
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      1694-1695 Essex County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; (Page 259)
      At a Court held for Essex County 10th of September 1695
      - Upon ye petition of WILLIAM BUCKNER, JOHN BUCKNER and THOMAS BUCKNER Exrs. of Mr. JOHN BUCKNER deced, Its ordered that Capt. JOHN CATLETT, Mr. FRANCIS TALIAFERRO, Mr. SAMUELL SALLIS and Mr. ROBERT KEY or any three of them do on Fryday next meet at ye sd deceds Plantacon in this County and then and there (being first sworn before Mr. JOHN TALIAFERRO who is requested to be at ye time & place aforesd) Inventory & appraise all such Estate of ye sd deceds as shall be presented to them by JOHN BUCKNER (one of the Exrs. aforesd.) upon Oath who is hereby ordered to returne ye same to ye next Court to be held for this County
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      1694-1695 Essex County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; (Page 268)
      At a Court held for Essex County 10th of December 1695
      - Mr, JOHN BUCKNER, one of ye Exrs. of Mr. JOHN BUCKNER deced, faileing to returne an Inventory of ye sd deceds Estate now according to ye last Courts Order, its ordered that he returne ye same to ye next Court
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      1695-1697 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 1
      - At a Court held for Essex County ye 10th day of Febrv. Anno Dom 1695
      - An Inventory of the Estate of Mr. JOHN BUCKNER deced was presented & ordered to be recorded
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      1695-1697 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 6
      Essex County. An INVENTORY of all and singular the Estate of Mr. JOHN BUCKNER deced, in ye County of Essex appraised as followeth:
      Negro man called Jack; one woman called Judath; & child abt. 15 mths, old, one boy called Harry; one boy Brandee; one girle Mill, one boy Sam, one girle Hannah, old pewter dishes, 2 old pestle, 1 axe, 1 pot & pot hooks, 1 Mare, 1 Bull, 1 Cow, 1 Steer. £63...02...00
      This is a true Inventory given by me except one Cow not brought in
      JOHN BUCKNER
      This Inventory was appraised by us the Subscribers
      JOHN CATLETT FRAN: TALIAFERRO
      SAML. SALLIS
      ROBERT KAY
      Mr. JNO BUCKNER & ye Appraisers were sworne before me
      JOHN TALIAFERRO
      At a Court held for Essex County ye 10th day of Febry: 1695
      The within Inventory was presented and ordered to be recorded
      Test FRANCIS MERIWETHER, Cl Cur
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      JOHN BUCKNER, son of Thomas and Jane Buckner, was baptised 2 February 1631 at St. Mary's, London, England and died 1695. He married in 1661 to DEBORAH FERRER. John and Deborah were in Virginia by 1682. All of their children are believed to be born in London

      John Buckner, immigrant, member of Petsworth Parish, Gloucester 1671. Member House of Burgesses 1683. Clerk of Gloucester. Owned land in Gloucester and Rappohannock Counties.

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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 302-303
      I HENRY CORBYN am contented and Fully Sattisfyed wth the Survey of my lands Vizt. Foure thousand acres of made by Collo. JOHN CATLETT and Capt. ALEXANDER FLEMING and doe hereby oblidge me and my heires in the penall. sum of one hundred pounds Sterl: not to make any other Clayme then the bounds of the Lands therein Expressed agt. Mr. ROBT. TALIAFERRO or his heires. WITTNESS my hand and seale this 21st day of 7br 1667,
      In presents of JOHN CATLETT Henry Corbyn
      ALEX: FLEMING, JOHN BUCKNER
      WHEREAS three hundred thirty foure acrs of land or thereabouts (the most best and the Houses of Mr. ROBT. TALIAFFERRO) being parte of the five hundred acres by him purchased of RICHA: WHITE hath most rightfully fallen into the Survey of Foure thousand acres of land taken up by JOHN GILLETT and others as by the Survey and plott appeares thereof, and purchased by me Henry Corbyn, Now Know yee that out of the singular affecon and Kindness I have to Mr. Robt. Taliafferro and out of a Charitable respect to Mr. Richard White and for the avoyding of all future contencon betveixt the sd White and Taliaferro and for other causes and consideracons me thereunto mooving, Have and doe by these presents give and grant unto the said Taliaferro To Have and To Hold to him his heires and assignes for Ever all my Lega11 right title and Interrest of and to the three hundred thirty foure acres of land or thereabouts and doe by these presents warrant the same to the said Robt. Taliafferro and his heires for Ever agt me and my heires IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this one and twentieth day of Septembr. 1667.
      In ye presents of us JOHN CATLETT, Henry Corbyn
      ALEX. FLEMING, JOHN BUCKNER
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa 7 Die 9bris Ana 1667
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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 361
      I HEREBY Nominate constitue and appoynt JOHN BUCKNER my Lawful Attorney to appear on my Behalfe in a Cause now depending in Court for the County of Rappa. Betweene me and FRANCIS BROTHERICK and I hereby impower the said Jno. Buckner to act therein as fully as any other Attorney lawfully may in like cases or as if I my Selfe were then and there personally present. Wittness my hand this first
      day of Janaury 1667.
      Test ALEX: FLEMING, JOHN WALKER
      THO: WATSON
      Recordat in Com Rappa x Die Januarii 1667
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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 464-466
      TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I WM. LOYD of the County of Rappa. Gent. send greeting. KNOW YEE that I the sd Wm. Loyd for and in Consideracon of foure thousand five hundred pounds of good sound merchantable leafe Tob: in caske to me in hand paid by FRANCIS SETTLE of the said County of Rappa. Planter have bargained and sould unto the sd Francis Setle his heires foure hundred acres of land be the same more or less being parte of a Greater Patt: scituate lying & being in the sd County of Rappa, and neare Rappa. Creeke Begining at a marked Gum standing in a Valley next the land of JOHN BRATHWAITE from thence runing West and by No: 330 po. to a white oake thence crossing several' poynts and branches of Rappa. Creeke by E: halfe a poynt Easterly 136 ps. to a Red oake neare the Roade from thence E: 418 poles intersecting NOMYNY PATH to three trees lastly No: E: and by No: 250 ps. to the Gum where it begann To Have and To Hold the said foure hundred acres of land together with all rites and privilidges thereunto belonging to him the sd Francis Setle his heires paying all Dues that shall be demanded for Quitrents to his Maties Order (provided always that if any part of the sd 400 acres of land shall be taken away by any other Survey I the said Wm. Loid and my heirs shall make good the like Quantity of land to the sd Francis Setle or his heires wth other land adjoyning to the sd Francis Setles Devident or otherwise shall allowe Tobo: for the same) IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this first day of July 1668.
      In presents of JOHN BUCKNER Will: Lloyd
      ANDREW BOYER Mary Loid
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa prima Die July 1668
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      Crozier, William Armstrong,
      The Buckners of Virginia and the allied families of Strother and Ashby
      New York: Published privately for William Dickinson Buckner by the Genealogical Association, 1907, 415pgs.

      Gloucester County Va land transactions
      Feb. 19, 1667. Mr. John Buckner, 194 acres in Gloucester County adjoining the plantation whereon he now resides, adjoining Mr. Bernard's and Mr. Taliaferro's land.
      June 16,1668. Mr. John Buckner and Mr. Thomas Vickers, 122 acres.
      Feb. 19, 1669. Mr. John Vickers and Mr. John Buckner, 517 acres in Gloucester County. Philip Buckner a headright
      Oct. 12, 1669. Mr. John Buckner and Thomas Royston, 1000 acres. John Buckner a headright
      Sept 18, 1681. Mr. John Buckner, 300 acres in Petsworth Parish, Gloucester, Iying between 200 acres surveyed for Mr. John Smith, April 1, 1665.
      Dec. 22, 1682. Mr. John Buckner and Major H. Whiting, 2673 acres.
      Oct 30, 1656. Mr. John Buckner and Major Henry Whiting, 280 acres in Ware Parish, Gloucester County.
      Oct 3o, 1686. Mr. John Buckner and Major Henry Whiting, 2400 acres in Gloucester County, on northmost river of Mobjack Bay, escheated and granted to Henry Waring, by order of General Court, Oct 16, 1686, and by him assigned to Buckner and Whiting.

      {old} Rapahannock County Va land transactions
      May 2, x67 r. Mr. John Buckner and Mr. Thomas Royston, 2000 acres in Rappahannock County, on south side of the Rappahannock River, and adjoining the land of Mr. Lawrence Smith in the freshes.
      Sept. 9, 1671. Mr. John Buchner, Mr. Robert Bryan and Mr. Thomas Royston, 3553 acres in Rappahannock adjoining the land of John Prosser, called Golden Vale.
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      1692-1693 Essex County, Virginia Deed, Will & Order Book; [Antient Press]; (Page 19-21)
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN PROSSER of ye Parish of Saint Maries in ye County of RAPPA: Planter, for a valuable consideracon to me in hand paid by WILLIAM SMITH and THO: HILLIARD, both of ye Parish and County aforesaid, Planters, the receipt and payment whereof I hereby acknowledge and my selfe therewith fully satisfied, by these presents hath given granted bargained sold and confirmed unto ye said WILLIAM SMITH and THOMAS HILLIARD their heires and assignes all that peece or parcel! of land lying between Mr. JOHN BUCKNERs land and ye land of Mr. JOHN HASLEWOOD, formerly JOHN PAINEs, and extends as followeth: beginning at a Stake by a Hickory at ye head of a branch of MUZENSEEN thence South East to ye Maine Run of GOLDEN VALE CREEKE, thence down ye run to a Hickory, thence up a branch to a marked white Oak in ye line of Mr. JOHN HASLEWOOD by Estimacon Fifty acres more or less, situate lying and being in ye Parish of St. Maryes and in ye County of RAPPAHANNOCK on ye South side thereof being part of a Patent of ye said PROSSERs bearing date ye 21th: of October 1684; To have and to hold ye said 50 acres of land more or less with all rights, titles, priviledges and profits whatsoever to them ye said SMITH and HILLIARD their heires and assignes for ever in as full and ample manner as may be collected out of ye said Patent, and ye said JOHN PROSSER for him selfe his heires Ezra. and Admrs. doth further covenant and grant that he will from time to time and at all times defend and keep indemnified ye said SMITH and HILLIARD their heires and assignes from all manner of persons claiming under him his heires or assignes or any persons whatsoever any right or interest to ye premisses or any part thereof aforesaid, And that said PROSSER and ELIZA: his Wife shall and will make acknowledgmt: in ye County Court of their act and deed. In Witness whereof I have to these presents sett my hand and seale this 30th: of December Ano Dom 1689
      Signed sealed & delivered in ye presence of us
      JOHN CATLETT JOHN PROSSER
      WILLIAM CATLETT
      Recognitr. in Cur Cora Rappa: 5 die 9br: ano 1690
      Recordatr. 12th die WM. COLSTON, Cl. Cur.
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      James Hughes 2005-09-09 20:18:23
      p. Mortage. Abraham Moone of Lanc. Co. to Thos. Hanks. Plantation, servants etc. bought of Edward Diggs, Esqr. Dated 10 Feb 1654/5. refers to Moone's wife, does not give her name.
      Wit.
      John Buckner
      Erasmus Chamley
      Rec. "6 die Junij 1655"
      "Post Script
      Mr Phillips pray ack the aforesaid deed for my use to the bearer as my real act & deed
      Yors Abra Moone"

      Source:
      Fleet, Beverley,
      Lancaster County, record book no. 2, 1654-1666, pages 1-394
      Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 141 pgs.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes
      Email: jimony2k@yayoo.com
      Spotsylvania County Records , Page 190
      Note:
      Richard Wiatt Royston of Petsworth Par., Gloucester Co. and Ann, his wife, to Fielding Lewis of Spts. County, Gent. 861 curr. 861 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. County, joining the town of Fredericksburg (surveyed by Geo. Washington), part of a pat. granted John Buckner and Thomas Royston, grandfather of the sd. Richd. Wiatt Royston, and given to the sd. Richd. Wiatt Royston by the will of his father, John Royston, son to the sd. Thomas Royston, etc. Witnesses, Samuel Buckner, James Baytop, Daniel Fitzhugh, Alexr. Cruikshanks, James Allan, Charles Lewis. June 2, 1752.
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      1704-1707 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 12, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 409
      24 February 1703/4. Surveyed for Andrew Harrison, Richard Long and Samuel Elliott, 1149 acres 80 perches on the branches of Mattapony and the branches of Puminsend Creek, corner to a patent lately granted to Harrison, Long and Elliott . . . in the fork of a branch of Mattapony and in the line of a patent formerly granted unto Mr JOHN BUCKNER, deceased,
      Charles Smith, surveyer

      Plat showing division of land to:
      - Samuell Ellit, 416 acres: adjoins . . . south side of a branch of Mattapony. . .

      - Richard Long, 316 acres: adjoins south side of a branch of Puminsend . . . north side of another branch of Puminsend

      - Mr. Andrew Harrison, 416 acres: adjoins Buckner's line corner to a patent of Harrison's . . . patent formerly granted unto said Buckner . . . branch of Mattapony.

      10 May 1707. Division acknowledged by Andrew Harrison, Richard Long and Samll. Ellits.
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      1704-1707 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 12, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 410
      23 Feb. 1703/4. Surveyed for Andrew Harrison, Richard Long and Samuel Elliott 813 acres and 120 perches in Essex County . . . in a branch of Goulden Vale and in a line of a patent formerly granted unto Mr. Buckner. Divided into three parts.

      Charles Smith, surveyer

      Plat showing division to:
      Andrew Harrison, 271 acres 40 perches
      Richard Long, 271 acres 40 perches
      Samuel Elliot, 271 acres 40 perches.
      10 May 1707 Andrew (AH) Harrison
      Richrd. (R) Long
      Samuel Ellitts
      10 May 1707 Acknowledged
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 39
      MR. THO. VICARS ,& MR.. JOHN BUCKNER, 517 acs: Gloster Co., Petsoe Par., 19 Feb. 1667, p. 144: On N. side of the br. dividing John Day & Isack Richardson. adj. Oliver Green, -Edw. Teale, Xtofer..-Greenaway, Tho. Wisdom, Tho. Miller, & neere Rappa. path. Trans. of 10 pers: Wm. Thompson, Math. Jackson, Anne Gulley; Eliz. Suckery, Gutt. (or Griff..) Andrew, Phillip. Buckner, Rich. Node, Debery Hicks, Jno. Cotgrave, John Clarke.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 39
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER, 194 acs. Gloster Co., 19. Feb. 1667, p. 145,. Beg, nere the plantation he lives upon, to Francis Ironmonger; by an arbour in Mr: Barnard's lyne,: by Rappa. - path, along Isack Richardson, t6 Mr. Talliferoe's, &c. Trans. of 4 pers.: Wm. Watson, Edward Teale, Tho. Vickers.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 39
      THOMAS ROYSTON, 608 acs. Gloster Co., Petsoe Par., 6. Feb. 1667, -p. 145. "Adj. Davyd Moriorgond's land nere Royston's plantation, down Briery Br. to Ware Riv. Sw., by Rappa. Road path, &c. Trans. of 12 pers: Anth Ashly, Robt. Frey, Jno. Franklyn, Jno Ffyer, Peter Ciaven, Francis Cole, Nich. Thompson, Francis George,- Steph. Title, Humphry Goodman, Tho. Stephens, Edward Greene.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 41
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER & MR. THO VICARS, 122 acs. Gloster Co., 16 June 1668, p. 154. Beg. by Rappa. Path, opposite to James Bradburye's plantation, to Ginsye's corner. &c. Trans. of 3 pers: John Morryson, Tho. Johnson, Augustin Cobham
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6, pg 61
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER & THOMAS ROYSTON, 1000 acs. Gloster Co., in Chiscake branches, 12 Oct. 1664, p. 240. Beg. nere Chiscake Path, along Rappa. Path &c. Trans. of 20 pers Jno. Buckner, Eliz. Williams Valentine Smith, Abr. Smith. Jno. Falkner, Tho. Royston, Robt. Jno. Clay, Edward. Hewes. Hen. Glover, Jno. Demott. Ann Steed (or Steed). Jno..Colt. Peter Johnson, Jno. Willis, Edward ---, Wm. Crump, Henry Nelson. Peter Barton. Abr. Harman.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 89
      MR. JNO. BUCKNER & MR. THOMAS ROYSTON. 2000 acs. Rappa. Co., on S. side & in the freshes of sd. Riv., adj. Mr. Lawrence Smith. 2 May 1671. p. 343. Trans. of 40 pers: Tho. Hix. Jno. Busby. Geo. Young. Geo. Barker. Mary Parker, Roht. Beecham, Hen. (?) Hardacres. Jno. Davis. Dorcas Young. Danll. Grouch, Eliz. Sharpes. Wm. Gradwich. Geo. Brooke. Hen. Castel', John Hayward. Ja. Barkehust. Hen. Powell. Humphrey Thomas, Wm. Greene, _Inn. Hunt, Peter Cosens, Tho. Cheyney. Mary Cheyney.Robt. Edwards. Blanch Harding, Xper. Edee, Arrabella Singleton. Mary Greeford, Ann Towne- send. Ino. Friswell, Muscuff Scilly, Jno. Jones, Marg. Tompson.Jno. Wery. Wm. Wright. Robt. Rate (or Race), Jno. Kelley, Jno. Farrell, Roht. Thurston. Robt. Hull (or Hall).
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6, pg 159
      MR. JAMES HARRISON, JOHN BOWZEE; & ELIZ., MARGERETT, ANN& ELIN MOTT, the 4 Orphans of Mr. Geo. Mott; 9019 acs., on S. side of Rappa. Riv., about 6 mi. up the falls; 29 Nov. 1674, p. 546. Trans. of 180 pers: Jno. Gaile, Tho. Buckler, Edith Stable, Hen. Vincent, Tho. Bell, Wm., West, Eliz. Howell, Tho. Pittman, Jno, Frazell, Elin Thomas. Lewis Boyse, Jno. Williams, Jud. Cooper, Jno. Stephens, Wm. Williams, Jno. Fisher, Peter Holmes, Jno. Chase, Jno. Starky, Jno. Wilson, Robt. Sands, Jno. Vickers, Henry Long, Wm. Smith, Ann Crowch, Fowler Phillips, Doroth. Newcome, Jno. Ward, Jno. Dunn, Bartho. Chandler, Danll. Oneale, Jno, Sampson, Jno. Wiseman, Tho. Eliston, Wm. West, Jno. Sumner, Edwd. Parker, Wm. Steedman, Tho. Nowell, Adam' Hill, Robt. Davis, Jno. Witchell, Mary Knowles, Tho. Butler, Al. Jones, Theo. Piles, Jno. Lucy, Jno. Dugard, Rich. Wakelynn, Jno. Howard, Tho. Warner, Wm. Crostie (?), Wm, Wakelynn, Wm. Jordan, Jno. Bell, Tho. Bunting, Mary Wakelynn, Alice Randolph, Alexdr. Frizell, Wm. Staples, Mary Pettitt, Susan Cooke, Ralph Cole, Mary Williamson, Tho. Watts, Peter Chirpett (or Chripett), David Jnoson, Richd. Webly, Ja. Montron, Sym. Jermans, Rebecca Smith, Tho. Padge, Judeth Jones, Jno. Trelony, Antho. Peterson, Jno. Bickner, Francis Holmwood, Jno. Temple, Jno. Williamson, Robt, Young, Richd. Bickner, Peter Ridley, Rebecca Smith, Wm. Semons, Robt. Readman, Simon Williams, Jno. Paulin, Dorothy Stoakes, Eliz. Watkins, Sampson Eliott, Wm. Hewes, Susan Steele, Jno. Drayton, Hellen Thomas, Jno. Clarke, Mary Price, Peter Rogers, Richd. Hogsdon, Jno. Knowles, Simond Bland, Ralph Eliott, Tho, Averie, Thu. Wood, Ja. Price, Cha. Cox, Tho. Darnell, Wm. Lambe, Jea. Reanold, Darby Swillivant. Robt. Mosse, Tho, Jones, Tho. Well, Tho, Cox, Margerett Humstead, Abra. Moore, Sar. Wild, Jno. Snow, Tho. Duke, Lidia Dix, Fra. Smith; Robs. Howkes, Jno. Thomas, Jno, Dixy Hare, Andrew Greene, Wm. Wilson, Canute Williamson, Peter Peterson, Wm. Sherman, Stephen Meadows, Jo, Roberdson, Edwd. Travers, Timothy Wallington, Eliz. Sackler, David Marriott, Tho. Tunill, Stephen Fewell, Solom. Martin, Wm. Donolye (?), David Anderson, Hanna Knight, Eliz. Wilson, Jannett Brice, Tho. Reade, Wm. Harris, Susan Wells, Geo. Searles, Ann Middleton, Jno, Wood, Thu. Cadger, Gardner, Mary Pope, Jno. Yates, Tho. Franklynn, Jno. Hannah. Tho. Hudson, Mary Collomb, Tho. Jnoson, Adam Fryer, Antho. Williams, Peter Mills, Peter Gray, Ad. Turner, Jno. Carter; & Negroes.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 148
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER, MR. ROBT. BRYAN, & MR. THO. ROYSTON, 35531/2 acs., Rappa. Co., in the freshes of sd. Riv., on the S. side; adj. land of Jno. Prosser called the Golden Vale; Beare the new roade to Mr. Taliaferro, land of Moone—, over br. of a sw. running into Pewomenseen (?), &c; 19 Sept. 1671, p. 518. Trans. of 71 pers: Em. Ratclife, Nath. Mott, WM. Lobb, Dan. Anderton, Robt. Thruston, Tho. Morgan, Samll. Bargess, Mary Williams, Ja. Barkhust, Robt. Edwards, Jno. Jones, Tho. Kings, Tho. Ramsey, Edwd, Sadler, Tho, Hix, Dor, Young, Hen. Powell, Blan. Harding, Jno. Warry, Edwd, Kerrick, Reynold Robinson, Edwd. Graves. Jno. Busby, Dan. Grouch, Hump. Thomas, Xper. Eddy. Marg. Tompson, Too. Jones, Jno. Robinson, Jno. Senecay, Geo. Young, Eliz. Sharp, Wm, Greene, Arb. Singleton, Wm. Wright, Wm. Alexander, Isabell Tompson, Geo. Barker, Wm. Geadwjth, Jno. Hunt, Mary Grefor, Robt. Rayt, Richd. Bradshaw, Anna Pattison. Wm. Travis, Mary Parker, Geo. Brooke, Peter Cosens, Ann Townesend, Jno. Kelly, Tho. Hall, Robt. Hull, Robt. Beecham, Hen. Castell, Tho. Chainy, Jno. Frissell (Frisprell ?), Jno. Farrell, Jno. Tuty, Rich. Clay. Arthur Powell, Ann Hardacres, Jno. Hayward, Mary Chainy, Mus. Silly (or Lilly), Jno. Davis; Negro Tom.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 149
      LT. COL. JNO. SMITH, MR. JOHN BUCKNER, MR. PHILL. LIGHTFOOT, MR. THO. ROYSTON &.MR. JOHN LEWIS, 10,050 acs., New Kent Co., on Mattapony Riv; adj. Mr. Tho. Hall & John Pigg, & Hernden & Bagby..; 25 Feb. 1673/4. p. 518. Trans. of 201 pers: J. Tho. Egleston, Tho. Humphrys, Alexdr. oPlivant, Peter Hacker, Tho. Harris, Lewis Williams, M. Grimson, Tim. Richards, Jno. Reeve, Ow.. Mageron, F. Windebanck, Peter Marsall, Ch. Pryor, Math. Pew, David Streton, Wm. Garlin John Moncke, Peter Amkett, Ann Sipe, Jno. Connadra (?) Tho. Garnett, Wm. Brookes, Tho. Royston, Wm. Mason, Alice Seate (or Seale), Tho. Stanton, Mary Birch, Pen. Jnoson (Johnson), Jno. Jones, Wm. Rickutts, Joane Bishopp, Jno, Rosser, Rodger Bridges. Ja. Brims, Tho, Stafford, Jno. Bennor, Mathew Watson, Jno. Bray. Richs. Wees, Mary Blany, Danll. Salt. Jno. Milles, James Greene. Ann Royston, Jno. Herbert. Nich. Howse. Wm. Davis, David set), Hen. Isaak, Tho. Chalky, Richd. Thompson. Ralph Butter, Jno. Hodgston, Sus. Bishop, Wm. Morden, Ann Daniell, Roger Hayward, Elias Cobson, Mary Grome, Robt. Cooper, Sarah Dowman, Tho. Hollings, Arn. Mouse, Kath. Little, Fra. Bumpas, Ann Sanders, Nich. Carry, Tho. Aldree, Geo. Pinhorne, Wm, Hutt (or Hust), Zach. Jackson, Tho. Clarke, Jno. Bosslingham, Tho. Ryle, Jno. Lin-• sey, Tho. Wildham, Richd, Sime, Ann Strinn,-Mary Middleton, Tho. Hill, Win. Johnson, Hen. Chitty, Jno. Barnaby, Symon Debins, Robt. Huddington, Jno. Ellis, Kath. Powell, Nich. Ellis, Hen. Cole, Ann Greene, John Rodes, Jno. Creamer, Eliz. Doughlty, Tho. Smith, Jno. Willis, Jno. Browne, Edwd. Ware, Robt, Yallop, Robt. Hodsden, Richd. Wms. (Williams), Wm. Tibbalds, Fra. Hords, Edw. Cantram, Wm. Anderson, Tho. Cordewell, Robt. Strong, Geo. Strong, Ma. Prickett, Marg. Jefferies, Wm. Butler, Jno. Potter, Marth. Neale, Jno. Orhry, Obediah Pitt, Yart Mourty, Clemt. Onely, Wm. Clavator, Susan Berry, Edwd. Steward, Peter Baxton, Paul Lambert, Ann Ford, Kath. Paine, Peter Marshall, Mary Chapman, Ann Dennis, Danll. Mackdougall, Kath. Higgs, Jno. Drapier, Jno. Pate, Tho. Hix, Tho. Allen, Wm. Young, Debias Butler, Hum. Hunt, Xper. Hunt, Jno. Mandy, Judy Lewis, Mary Chapman, Jno. Spilman, James Cooke, Morrice Neave, Fra, Cole, Richd. Bennett, Mary Nettle, Rich. Bookes, Mary Sampson, Nathan. (?) Sides, Capt. Lightfoote twice, Eliz. Tucker, Tho. Jones, Robt. Colle, Jno. Gunter, Roger Price, Geo, Page, Ja. Bradberry, Lancets Ready, Wm,. Lodge, Reade, Ja. Heates, Wm. Laurence, Thu. Plowman, Jno. Bennett, Jno. Mandy, Jno. Tistaile, Grace Smith, Wm. Giat (?), Sim. Sacre, Jno. berry, Jerm. Dicke,, Pawle Ramsey, Tho. Wilson, Fra. Foxell; Angelo (a) Negro, & 4 Negroes
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 179
      THOMAS VICKARS (Viccars). Clarke, 1260 acs. Rappa. Co., N. side the River. above & below the falls; 10 Apr. 1678, p. 623. Opposite Mr. John Buckner; adj. Mr. Mott, &c. Trans. of 26 pers: John Hill. Alex. Forbush. James Martin, Richard Hambletor,, Richard Nixon, Tho, Crandell. Robt. Thripy (?), Thomas Moore. Christ Ward, John Punsley, Elix. Foxon, Hester Harrison, John Chapman, Tho, Ingle, Robt. Griffith, Faith Beard, William Hasell, Georg Courtman. James King, Sam. Thurwell, Sam. Hill, Mary Baker, Nich. Arrundell. Henry Exodus, Elias Nicholls. Symon Moyfer (or Moyser).
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 226
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER, 300 acs., Gloster Co., Petsoe Parish; 28 Sept. 1681, p. 115. Adj. & betwixt land pat- tented by Major John Smith 1 Apr. 1665 on the back of Patton old devidend & land of Mr. Francis Ironmonger, (on ?) Totapatomie Sw; & 300 acs. granted to Mrs. Ann Bernard 2 July 1652; beg. at sd. Smith, decd., on NW side of Goodluck branch; to Totapotomie Cr; &c. Trans. of 6 pers.*
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 242
      MR. RICHARD BUCKNER, 500 acs., Rappa. Co., 22 Sept. 1682, p. 181. Which land John Patterson (Paterson) died seized of, haveing been purchased of John Prosser, of sd. county, 10 Aug. 1670; found to escheat, by inquisition under Col. Isaac Mr. Esch'r. Genr'l., & granted to Mr. John Buckner, who assigned to his sonn, the sd. Richard; part of 4892 acs., known as the Golden Dally; beg. next to Manzinzin, being Mr. John Paine's mile's end, upon S. side & in the freshes of Rappa. Riv., &c.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 249
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER & MAJOR HENRY WHITEING, 2673 acs., Gloster Co., 22 Dec. 1682, p. 212. Beg, on S. side of a cr. parting land of Mr. Abraham Iveson & Henry Rawlins; to Jno. Reade's old feild; through Cow Cr. Sw; to the mouth of Back Cr., &c. 2400 acs. granted Mr. Edward Dawber 28 Nov. 1642; conveyed to Mr. Richard Young, & due the abovenamed as purchasers of Mr. Samll. Young, his heire at law; 273 acs, found within, &c., due for trans. of 6 pers: Robt. Ellyson, Jon. Walton, Wm. Morgan, Danll. Whitby, Jon. Lirgson, Joan Cole.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 299
      MAJOR HENRY WHITEING & MR. JOHN BUCKNER, 280 acs., Gloster Co., in Ware Par., upon WNW side of North Riv., 30 Oct. 1686, n. 513. Beg. at Edward Dauber's pat:. of 2400 acs dated 28 Nov. 1642, on S. side of cr. in the N'most river in Mobjack Bay, dividing Dauber & George Levitt, &c.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 300
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER & MAJ. HENRY WHITEING, 2400 acs., on S. side of a cr. on the northermost river of Mockjeck Bay, dividing this & land of George Levitt; 30 Oct, 1686, p. 518. Granted to Edmund Dawber, 28 Nov, 1642, deserted, & granted Mr. Henry Wareing, by order, & assigned to the above, 16 Oct. 1636; trans. of 48 pers.
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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 8; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 371
      MR. JOHN BUCKNER, SENR., of Glocester Co., 3125 acs., in the freshes & on S. side of Rappa. River, on maine brs. of Pewmansend, brs. of Goulden Vale & brs. of Passating; 20 Oct. 1691, p. 204. Adj. land of sd. Buckner, Mr. Bryan & Mr. Royston. Imp. of 63 pers: Richd, Phillips, Hen. Wilkison, Robt. Perriot, Wm. Eure, Hannah Allen, Win. Bennett, Tho. Buttler, John Jason, Richd. Read, Jno. Willis, Samll. Hope, Roger Allen, Grace Collins, Phill. May, Glmmer Harris, Danll. Richmand, Grace Myford, Eliza. Brown, Affrica Floyd, Xtr. Feilding, John Hind, Thomas Holt, Rice Abp Williams, George Clough, Izabell Pt Samuell Smith, Robert Stevenson, 3 times; Jack, Sam, Abbigall, Tom, Aqua, Sampson, Ton, Moll, Judieth, Izabell, Mingo, Sambo, Kate, Sampson, Jack, Peter, Roger, Symon, Great Charles, Marya, Nick, Moll & Horn, Negroes.

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