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

Warwick Cammack

Male 1636 - Aft 1680  (> 44 years)


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  • Name Warwick Cammack 
    Born 1636  Boreham, Essex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 28 Feb 1679/80  Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I028830  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Mar 2019 

    Father Sussex Cammack 
    Family ID F17588  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Margaret {Unproven} Powell,   b. Abt 1635,   d. 7 Mar 1715/16, Richmond County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 81 years) 
    Married 1672  Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Margaret Cammack,   b. Abt 1664, Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Mar 1739/40, Essex County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 76 years)
     2. John Cammack,   b. Bef 1672, Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Apr 1717, Richmond County, Virginia - admin Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 45 years)
     3. Susannah Cammack,   b. Bef 1674, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 May 1747, Richmond County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 73 years)
     4. William Cammack,   b. Bef 1665, Old Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1727, St. Mary's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 64 years)
    Last Modified 19 Mar 2019 
    Family ID F14191  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

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      Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills: ORDER BOOK, 1664-1673
      Peters, Henry. 30 Jan., 1673-4-4 March, 1673-4. Two daughters Elizabeth Walker and Mary Petus; wife Jane; James Allen my wife's son; friends Mr. Lawrence Washington, John Meader, Francis Sterne and Warwick Cammock; wife executrix; witnesses Peter Dunnivan, John Gibson, Warwick Cammack. Codicil same date. Daniel Gaines and Warwick Cammock to be guardians of daughters Elizabeth Walker and Mary Petus.
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      Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692
      GRAY, WILLIAM, 20 July, 1673; 3 September, 1673.
      Sick and weak but of perfect memory.
      To sons John and Warwick Gray equally to be divided between them the tract of land I now live on containing 728 acres with houses edifaces thereunto belonging.
      To sons William and Abner Gray 461 acres of land adjoining to Occupancy Run equally to be divided between them and if either of my sons die before they reach the age of twenty one that then that moyity or half of land to return to the Survivor which did belong to him. My will is that my Executor and my Executrix or either of them shall buy a young mare for my sons- in-law Toby and Thomas Ingram between this and the last of April 1675 with the increase of the said mare.
      To son Abner a black mare and all her increase which was purchased with a gift from Mr. Abernethy.
      To daughter Mary Gray the first mare colt that my mare brings.
      To my grandchild Elizabeth Bowler a cow called Mad Buck.
      To wife Maudlin and son-in-law James Bowler Executrix and Executor.
      Wit. WARWICK CAMMOCK, aged about 37 years,
      Signum
      FRANCIS STERNE, aged about 35 years.
      Page 143.
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      RICHMOND COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 1692-1693

      11 Dec 1691. Deed. Whereas there is a tr of land formerly belonging to WARWICK CAMMOCK whereof 600 a. of the tr having formerly been conveyd over unto AMMAREE {Amory} BUTLER and from him conveyd unto WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Senr as marrying the sister of the said AMMAREE BUTLER, and from the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD conveyd in the exchange of the thirds of lands belonging unto ELIZABETH COUMBS, with her consent, unto WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Junr, JOHN COUMBS & WILLIAM COUMBS, now the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Junr for a valuable consideration sold unto WILLIAM TOMAS of the parish of Washington, Westmoreland Co, 200 a. being his right in the 600 a. Wit: THOMAS TYNWHITT, WILLIAM UNDERWOOD, JOHN PITTMAN. Ackn 4 May 1692. Attest: JO A EMOND dep clerk. (Bk 1:pg 4)
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      James Hughes 2006-02-06 13:32:20
      The History of Underwood's (Foxhall, Bristol Ironworks) Millof King George/Westmoreland/Old Rappa Counties, Virginia

      In 1670 Major William UNDERWOOD leased this mill with fifty acres of land to Mr. John FOXHALL for ninety-nine years, a part of the land which had been granted to Major UNDERWOOD [sic] in 1658... On August 20, 1682, John FOXHALL sold a half-interest in this lease to Malachai PEALE. On September 2, 1685, John FOXHALL "impowers my loving son in law John ELLIOTT * * * * My True and Lawfull Attorney" to acknowledge the deed. Witnessed by his [FOXHALL'S] daughter Mary VAUX [VAULX] and Sarah RAWLYE. In 1696, Malachai PEALE sold the lease back [sic] to "Mr. John FOXHALL of Pope's Creek in Westmoreland County--son of John FOXHALL late of the county aforesaid," thus giving him full title to the property. John2 FOXHALL, having died unmd., bequeathed the mill in his will, 1697, to his nephews James VALKS [VAULX] and John ELLIOT. Upon the death of James VAULX, his interest in the mill was vested in John ELLIOT. In 1710, John ELLIOTT, son of the above, conveyed to Collo. Francis GOULDMAN and Timothy ATKINSON, "a certain mill, commonly known by the name of Foxhall's mill." On March 15, 1715, GOULDMAN conveyed his interest to Richard TUTT. ATKINSON must have sold his interest to Paul MICOU, for on July 5, 1718, Paul MICOU conveyed his one-half interest to Richard TUTT. On July 10, 1721, Richard TUTT (husband of Mary UNDERWOOD) of Sittenbourne Parish, King George County, Planter, conveyed to John KING, Esqr. & Co., merchants in Bristol, settlers of the Iron Works in Sittenbourne Parish, his interest in the mill. On the same day, John UNDERWOOD, son and heir of William UNDERWOOD, dec'd., conveyed his interest also, to the same company." (VA Mag. of Hist. and Biog., Vol 39., p. 272).

      1715 - Paul MICOU (h/o Margaret, d/o Warwick CAMMOCK) has somehow acquired William GRIFFIN'S half-interest in the mill (Micou's interest mentioned in will of Francis GOULDMAN)

      1718 - Paul MICOU sells his half-interest in the mill to Richard TUTT

      All records have been collected except the will of John FOXHALL, Sr. (apparently not extant) and the records of transfer from Timothy ATKINSON to William GRIFFIN and from William GRIFFIN to Paul MICOU (not found in Richmond County deeds or wills):

      9 Jan 1715/16 Essex Co, Virginia Deeds, Wills, etc. Book 14, p. 680. Will of Francis GOULDMAN of the Parish of St. Anne, County of Essex. To "loving kinsman" Francis GOULDMAN, 1200 acres bought of Augustine Smith BOUGHAN and others on Occupation Creek and Mattapony, he failing in heirs to "my loving kinsman" Thomas GOULDMAN, he failing in heirs to "my loving kinswoman Elizabeth WARING wife to Thomas WARING." Land and water mill in Essex to Thomas GOULDMAN. To kinswoman Elizabeth WARING, 1,100 acres lying and being in common between the heirs of Francis MERIWETHER late deceased and myself situate in King and Queen County on the branches of Mattapony and x x. To my kinsman Thomas GOULDMAN 500 acres Hoskinses Swamp, south side Essex, 200 from testator's father, 200 purch. by testator from Francis AWBERRY, and 200 escheated from Katherine LONG. To kinsman Francis GOULDMAN, land "whereon I now dwell," purchased of BIRD, daughter of Henry WHITE. Kinsman Thomas GOULDMAN to be allowed to select home tract rather than mill when he is 21. Kinsman Francis to change, as his brother, Francis [sic], if he should choose. Wife to have home tract while she lives. Stocke, household goods, etc. on plant. to wife. Interest in water mill held jointly with Paul MICOU, Gent., to be sold at Richmond Court. Refs. to Francis GOULDMAN as under age. Monies and tobo. due from Capt. PICKARIN, John BILLUPS, Robert ELLIOT, Col. Richard COVINGTON, and Thomas WINSLOW. "Debts due from my late brother Edward GOULDMAN'S estate being the children's part... that Thomas WARING aforesaid take my desk and papers as soon as I shall depart this life. Negro Jack, a carpenter, shall be freed from slavery. Half of negroes to wife, the other half to Francis and Thomas GOULDMAN. That sd. Thomas WARING shall make acctg of monies paid in admin of sd. late brother's estate since last settlement with Mr. William WINSTON. Thomas WARING to half of tobacco for trouble concerning will. If Thomas WARING to die before sd. two kinsman reach majority, then my sister Martha WINSTON to take care of their estates. My silver hilted sword and belt to Thos. HENMAN. Exors: "beloved wife Mary," and Mr. Thomas WARING. s/ Francis GOULDMAN. Wits: Arth: BOWERS, Paschall GREENHILL, Ro. BROOKE, Jr., Wm. MOSS, Tho. HENMAN. Codicil 7 Jul 1716. To Thos. WARING all apple trees growing in my nursery... except 200 to my wife. Entry. on p. 684 refers to him as Collo. Francis GOULDMAN. Bond by Mary GOULDMAN. T. WARING, John BAGGE, and Richard COVINGTON. (Extracted from Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. II, Beverly Fleet, reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1988, p. 242)

      5 Jul 1718 Paul MICOU conveys his half-interest in the mill to Richard TUTT. (Genealogies of Virginia Families, III, "Foxhall-Vaulx-Elliot Families," pp. 106-7)

      10 Jul 1721 King George Deed Book 1, p. 14. Richard TUTT of Sittenbourne Parish, King George, planter, to John KING, Esqr. & Co., merchants in Bristol, settlers of the Iron Works in the aforesaid parish, dominion of Virginia... "Whereas UNDERWOOD, late of the aforesaid parish and dominion, deceased, being lawfully seized of all that water grist mill then commonly known by the name of Major Underwood's Mill, with all of the appurtanences, including 50 acres of land thereunto adjoining, by lease deed bearing the date 4 Jul 1670, did devise and sell the said mill.." etc. to Mr. John FOXHALL late of Popes Creek in Westmoreland county, deceased, for the term of 99 years, and the said John FOXHALL by his last will and testament did bequeath and devise unto John ELLIOTT and James VAULX both of Westmoreland County, his interest in the property for the term unexpired. James VAULX is since deceased, and his interest vested in the said John ELLIOTT, and the said premises by several mesue conveyances, has since come to and been placed in Francis GOULDMAN of the Parish of St. Anne in Essex County, Gent, and Paul MICOU of the same place, gent, in equal share.

      The said GOULDMAN, by lease bearing date 5 Mar 1715, conveyed to the said TUTT, his half part of the said land, mill and premises, from that date for the term of fifty-five years. The said Paul MICOU by lease 5 Jul 1718, conveyed to the said Richard TUTT, his one half interest in the mill for the unexpired term of fifty two years. Consideration: L100 Sterling. s/Richard TUTT. Wits: Phil ELLWAY, George WILLIAMS, Thomas BAKER. (VA Mag. of Hist. and Biog., Vol 39., p. 272).

      Missing still are the deeds from GRIFFIN to Paul MICOU and MICOU to ATKINSON
      ===
      James Hughes 2006-04-19 14:03:17
      page 21. Lease and Release. 26 and 27 January 1711/12. William Underwood, Gent'l., of Sittinburn Par., Richmond County, sells John Combs and Richard Tutt, planters of the same county, 400 acres in St Maries Par., Essex County, Bounded: Beginning at a Beach on SW side of punius Inn run, tha land of John Meadows and Henry Peters, this land sold by Warwick Cammock to Amory Butler 30 April 1679.
      signed Wm Underwood
      Wit:
      Tim Atkinson
      Jno Skey
      Alex Somervile

      Power of Atty. Wm Underwood to "my Trusty and welbeloved friend Timothy Atkinson of St Anns Parish and county of Essex" to ack. lease and release. Dated 26 Janry 1711/12.
      signed Wm Underwood
      Wit:
      Allex Somerville
      Jno Skey
      Recorded 14 Feb. 1711/12

      page 241. Deed. 23 March 1713/14. John Taylor, planter, of Hanover Par. Richmond County, sells Daniel Smith, planter, of St. A. Par., Essex County, for 2000 lb Tobo., 100 acres, part of a patent of 4000 acres granted to Thomas Meadar and Henry Petrus, in St. A. Par., adj. land of George Loyd.
      signed John Tayloy
      Wit:
      Thomas Spires
      ffra Smith

      Mary Taylor, wife to John, relinq. dower rights by Robert Parker her attorney.
      Rec. 12 May 1714.

      Source:
      Fleet, Beverley,
      Essex County wills and deeds, 1711-1714
      Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 118 pgs
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.combs-families.org/combs/assoc/cammock.htm
      URL title: The Cammock Family of Essex, England; Old Rappa. & Essex Cos, Virginia; and more...
      Note:
      Warwick CAMMOCK appears in numerous Virginia records over the next ten years, but "mysteriously" disappears after 28 Feb 1679/80 when "Warwick CAMMOCK and Bethridge (her mark) HENSLE make a sworn statement concerning Mr. Fran: DOUGHTY delivering a cow to Adam WOFENDALE for the use of Thom: WINDOR. (Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deeds & Wills 1677-1682:Part II:262, Old Rappa. VA Records, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Antient Press, McLean, Virginia)
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np234.htm
      URL title: Note for: John Catlett, 1624 - 1670
      Note:
      p. 31-32 Know all Men by these presents that I Amory Butler of the Countie of Rappahannock Clerk doe hereby acknowledge that it is the true intent and meaning of the within instrument & it is thereby intended that amongst the land and lease therein mentionded the Six hundred acres purchased by of Mr. Warwick CAMMOCK is thereby intended and whereby conveyed and made over upon the Conditions & according to the tennor of the said Instrument though the same be not yett acknowledged to me by the said CAMMACK all what said Six hundred acres I doe hereby confirm and Warrent to the said Underwoode and his heirs forever together with its appurtenances forever and doe further oblige myselfe my heirs or assigns to build on the said land one Thirtie foot house with a sheade at each end and two ourside chimneys on the broadside and to Planck one Rowme and this at my charge and further it is meant and intended in that article of the said Instrument wherein the said Underwood is bound to make good all damages and bear all charges and expenses and bear harmless me the said Amory and Securities in all things concerning the whole of thirds of Col. Catletts Estate that it is meant what changes or damges shall hereafter come only Excepting such fees as are already due to Officers living out of the Countie of Rappahannock and that he the said Underwood do pay and discharge all dues and demands due from me on the account of the said Catletts Estate and that is further to say the said Underwood is the have and possess all such goods lands and estate usuall or psonall mention in the within Instrument on consideration he discharge me of and pay for me and my Securities all debts charged and damages and demands whatsoever than are already or shall be due from me and my said Securities for conveying the said Catletts Estate of Wives thirds as Witness my hand and seal this () day of Febry 1673/4
      Test W. Moseley Amory Butler
      Richard Cawthorne
      Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa primo die July 1674
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/va/westmoreland.htm
      URL title: Combs &c. Families of Westmoreland Co VA
      Note:
      Page 115a. The deposition of Robert MAPES, aged about 33 yeares, that the young mare now in dispute betweene Warwick CAMMOCK and John PRICE which was sold him by Capt. LORD, your deponent hath seene her very often with an old mare and the rest of the mares belonging to the orphants of Silvester THATCHER, deceased, and about last May was twelve month, your deponent saw her in Ned the Indian's feild in company with another young mare which CAMMOCK recouvered of Roger MARSHALL at Stafford Court and she is the foale of the old mare.
      /s/ Robert MAPES.
      29 Nov. 1671. Sworn in Court
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      James Hughes 2006-04-22 19:53:49
      SETH TINSLEY From-Skorda-Early settlers of Maryland:

      1669, 10July--Old Rappahannock DB 1668-1672: Valentine Allen Rappahannock & Sittingbourne Parish to Seth Tinsley of same, boatwright, 178a., 4000 lbs of Tobacco. Lines: Part of tract sold to Allen by William Berkeley lying on the south side of the Rappahannock R..
      Signed: Valentine Allen.
      Wit: George Andrew, Robert Payne

      (note: this deed is recorded twice in the deed bk. the 2nd mentions Lines: Wm Hodgson, Wit: Warwick Cammocy, Edmond Dobson, and cites Mary wife of Valentine Allen.

      1672, 2July--ORapp DB 1672-1676, part II: Enoch Daughty of Rapp gives 2 cows to children of Thomas Winder & John Crow, and others.
      Wit: Warwick Cammock & Seth Tinsley.

      1675, 13April--ORapp DB 1672-1676, part II: Warwick Cammock to Amory Butler.
      Wit: Seth Tinsley & Robert Peacock.
      ===
      James Hughes 2006-04-22 19:02:27
      URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=286&last=&g_p=P6&collec tion=LO Patent
      Title Cammock, Warwick.
      Publication 22 April 1670.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: Rappahannock County (extinct).
      Description: 1923 acres on the South side the river, and in the freshes. And on the South side the main run of a creek called Puemondsem.
      Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 286 (Reel 6).
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      James Hughes 2006-04-22 19:38:48
      Williams, Walter. 8 May, 1672 3 July, 1672.
      To Elizabeth Thatcher; John Cammock; Warwick Cammock to be executor; Silvester Thatcher; Mathew Thatcher;
      witnesses Peter Duninan, Samuel Johnson.

      OLD RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
      ORDER BOOK, 1664-1673.
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://users.rcn.com/deeds/pool.htm
      URL title: Deed Data Pool-caroline.gz
      Note:
      typ patent
      ref CE# VPB 6 p561
      dat 15 June 1675
      frm Sr Wm Berkeley Knt Governor
      to Enoch Doughty
      con Transportacon of 97 pr.sons
      Wm Dennis Sarah Mills to Tho. Hancock
      re 4763a Rappa Co. on the South Side the River in the forrest [d or dgs = ] loc 137440 44640 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) white Oake Corner tree of Warwick Cammock standing on a back Side by a Branch of a Beaver Damm on the S Side thereof and Extending alongst the said Cammocks Land East 320P to ln E; 320p; Warwick Cammock
      pt B) A nother white oake Corner tree of Jno Meader & Hen Peters and alongst the same According to its Several Courses Vizt E2dN 100P ln E2.25N; 100p; Jno Meadow & Hen Peters
      pt C) thence N2W 60 ln n2.25w; 60p;
      pt D) thence E2Nly 330P ln e2.25n; 330p;
      pt E) thence N2W 100P ln n2.25w; 100p;
      pt F) thence E2N 506P to ln e2.25n; 506p;
      pt G) a white oake Eastermost Corner tree of the sd Meader & Peters on their Back line then South 80P to ln S; 80p;
      pt H) the Doges path & over the same 340P lm s; 340p; over the Doges path
      pt I) a branch called Tuckquako or Tuckquaho Swamp thence 300P to lm s; 300p; frm Tuckquako Sw.
      pt J) a Corner white oake on the S Side of a nother branch of the sd tuckquako Swamp on the South side thereof & thence Upp & over the Same & alongst a Levell over Certaine small branches West 122 or 1220P lm w; 1220p; up & over another br. of Tuckquako Sw.
      pt K) & finally North 532P to the first menconed station lc n; 532p;
      end
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      James Hughes 2006-06-02 13:05:16
      Pannell, Thomas. 11 May, 1676 - 1 Aug, 1677. Wife Katherine and my children William, Mary and Isabella, and. the child my wife goes with; Anthony Prosser and his father John Prosser; friends Warwick Cammock and Daniel Gaines, overseers to my wife; witnesses John Powell, William Clapham.

      OLD RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/england/ess/saffronwalden.htm# top
      URL title: Combs &c. Families
      Note:
      1721-1724. Testamentary. Estate of Sussex CAMMOCK. Brief abstract of title, and letter from Gilbert METCALFE, of Rappahannock Creek Virginia. (Essex Record Office. Round Family of Birch, Colcehster and District, Ref: D/DRb/F13)

      Sussex CAMMOCK of Saffron Walden and Boreham was the s/o Thomas and Frances RICH Cammock of Maldon, Essex, and father of Warwick CAMMOCK of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. His daughter, Susan CAMMOCK, married, as her second husband, Gilbert MEDCALF of Richmond County, Virginia, the latter the son of Richard and Elizabeth FAUNLEROY Medcalf and grandson of Gilbert MEDCALF of London.
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      1697-1699 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 229)
      Richmond County Court 2nd day of June 1697
      - Ordered that the Receipt passed by WILLIAM CHAPMAN to WARWICK CAMMOCK for Three thousand four hundred & twenty six pounds of tobacco and several Cattle be recorded
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; Antient Press: pg 358-359
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WARWICK CAMOCK of the County of Rappa stand firmly bound and held Indebted unto ROBT. TOMLYN and THOMAS BUTTON of the County aforesaid in the sume of one hundred thousand pounds of good Tob: and caske to be paid to the sd Tomlyn and Button their heires I bind me my heires by these presents dated this first day of Januarii 1667 etc.
      THE CONDITION of this Obligacon is such that Whereas the within named Robt. Tomlyn and Thomas Button at the speciall instance request and desire of the within bound Warwick Camock by one obligacon bearing date within written standeth bound joyntly and severally wth the sd Warwick Camocke unto the Justices of the peace for Rappa. for and in the sume of Sixty thousand pounds of good Tob: and Caske wth a condicon thereunder written for the true performance of the Last Will and Testamt: of SYLVESTER THATCHER decd as by the same obligacon and condicon more at large appeareth If therefore the said Warwick Camocke doe according to the true meaning of the obligacon and condicon above recited performe and fuilfill the said Will and Testamt: and at all times save harmless the said Robt. Tomlyn and Thomas Button their heires that then this obligacon to be void and of one effect else to remain stand and be in full force and virtue.
      In presence of us RO: PAYNE ClCur, Warwick Cammock
      WILL: TRAVERS
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa. primo Die Januarii 1667
      ===
      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part I - 1672-1674; Antient Press: page 55-56
      KNOW ALL MEN that we HENRY PETERS and JOHN MEADOR of the County of Rappa. and Parish of Sitting Bourne for and in consideration of the sume of Four thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco and cask to us in hand paid by SAMUEL JOHNSON and WALTER WILLIAMS of the same place Planters the Receipt whereof wee acknowledge and our selves therewith fully satisfied and contented have sold unto the said SAMUEL JOHNSON and WALTER WILLIAMS five hundred acres of land being in the County and Parrish aforesaid and in the Freshes thereof being part of a ttent containing a greater quantity being on the South side of the abovesaid River beginning at a marked Maple and running So. by W. thence down the branch No. E. and by E. and finally E. by So. to the first mentioned made the bounds containing the above- said quantity of Five hundred acres To have and to hold the said Five hundred acres of land wth all its appurtenances from us our heirs and administrators to them the said SAMUEL JOHNSON and WALTER WILLIAMS their heirs and assignes forevermore and we the said HENRY PETTERS and JOHN MEADOR for ourselves our heirs do grant and agree wth the said SAMUEL JOHNSON and WALTER WILLIAMS that they shall and may at all times forever hereafter quietly have and enjoy the aforesaid bargained premises wth the appurtenances and every part and parcel' thereof without the hindrance or ejection of us the aforesaid HENRY and JOHN our heirs or any clayming from us our heirs or assignes. the said SAMUEL and WALTER their heirs and assigns paying the Rights Rents and services from henceforth hereof due and of right accustomed. In Witness wee the sd HENRY and JOHN have set our hands and seals this one and twentieth day of Aprill 1670
      in presence of us WILLIAM CLAPHAM, HENRY PEETERS
      ROBT. PAYNE
      THESE PRESENTS Witnesseth that I JANE PETERS the Wife of HENRY PEIERS haveing received a consideration to his Content of SAMUEL JOHNSON and WALTER WILLIAMS doth hereby acknowledge his free and voluntarie consent and assent to five hundred acres of land sold by her husband and JOHN MEADOR to the said SAMUEL and WALTER. Witness her hand and seal this 24th of Aprill 1670
      Test ROBT. PAYNE, JANE PEETERS
      WILLIAM CLAPHAM
      Memorand: this 17th day of June 1670, the day and year abovesaid came before us JOHN CATLEIT and THOMAS HAWKINS two of his Majes: Justices of the Peace for this County of Rappa. JOHN MEATTOR and HENRY PEETERS by his Attorney SIMON MILLER and JANE wife of the said HENRY by ROBT. PAYNE her Attorney and all acknowledged the conveyance within mentioned from them and their heirs forever according to all true intents and meanings JOHN CATLETT
      THOMAS HAWKINS
      JOHN MEADOR
      SIMON MILLER Atto. of H. PETERS
      ROBT. PAYNE Atto of JANE PETERS
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part I - 1672-1674; Antient Press: page 56-57
      THESE PRESENTS Witnesseth that I SAMUEL JOHNSON and WARWICK CAMMOCK as the Executors of WALTER WILLIAMS above mentioned for a valuble consideration in hand paide and received doe hereby transfer assigne and confirme the Five hundred acres of land within mentioned unto JOHN BOWCOCK his heirs and assigns for ever as Witness our hands and seals this 6 of 9ber 1672
      SAMUEL JOHNSON
      WARWICK CAMMOCK
      Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa sixto die 9bris 1672
      THESE PRESENTS Witnesseth that MARGARET CAMMOCK the Wife of WARWICK CAMMOCK having received a consideration to her Consent and assent to the abovesaid Five hundred acres of land sold by her husband and SAMUEL JOHNSON to the said JOHN BOWCOCK Witness her hand and seale this 5th of November 1672
      Test PETER DUNNIVAN MARGARETT CAMMOCK
      JOHN HELD
      Recognitr in Cu: Com Rappa sixto die 9bris 1672
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part II - 1674-1676; Antient Press: pg 277-278
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WARWICK CAMMOCK of Sitting Bourne Parish in Rappa County for and in consideration of the sume of Seven thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco to me in hand paid have granted and by these presents confirme unto AMORY BUTLER Clark of the Parish aforesaid Six hundred acres of land scituateing lying and being on the South side of RAPPA RIVER & in the freshes thereof beginning at a Beach on the Southwest side of PUMANSON RUN extending thence South West to a line of JOHN MEADOWS and HENRY PETERS between two white Oaks then West South to a marked Poplar Corner tree to MEADOWS and PETERS thence South to three angular Oakes thence West to a white Oake in the South West side of the said Run finally to the first station according to the several courses as Plot appears. To have and to hold occupie and enjoy the said land with all rights and proffitts whatsoever with the appurtenances and every part and parcell thereunto belonging from me the said WARWICK CAMMOCK my heirs and assigns to him the said AMORY BUTLER his heirs and assigns and to his and their sole and proper use in as full and ample manner as a Conveyance of land may be made & confirmed Warranting the sale of the said land to be right and lawfull from and against the claymes of any persons wtsoever he the said AMORY BUTLER his heirs or assigns paying and discharging the Right and rents and services hereof from hence due and of right accustomed and further I MARGARET Wife of the said WARWICK CAMOCK doe from me my heirs & assigns make over and confirme unto the said BUTLER his heirs and assigns forever all my right or interest in the said land as of Law belonging unto me In Witness whereof I the said WARWICK CAMOCK and my Wife MARGARET have to these presents set our hands and seals this thirtieth day of Aprill Annoq Dom 1675
      in presence of us SETH TINZLEY, WARWICK CAMOCK
      ROBERT PEACOCK MARGARET CAMOCK
      Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa 5 die May 1675
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I MARGARET CAMOCK doe make and appoint RICHARD CAWTHORNE my true and lawfull attorney for me and in my place and stead to acknowledge in the Court of Rappa a Deed of Sale of Six hundred acres of land lying adjacent to PEUMUNSON RUN bearing date with these presents unto AMORY BUTLER sold to him by my Husband WARWICK CAMOCK Ratifying and confirming all the right and interest that I can or hereafter may clayme in the said land unto the said AMORY BUTLER his heirs or assigns forever allowing and confirming what my said Attorney shall doe or cause to be done in and about the prmises in as full and ample manner as if I myself were personally present. As Witness my hand and Seal this 30th of April! 1675
      in presence of us SETH TINSLEY MARGARET CAMOCK
      ROBERT PEACOCK Recordatr x3 die May 1675
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1687-1689; Antient Press: pg 113
      - Rappahannock County Court 6th of March 1688
      - JOHN CAMMOCK, Son of WARWICK CAMMOCK of the Parish of Cittenburne in this County & Colony, did this day make his personal! appearance before this Court & prayed Certificate of Birth, Upon wch: the Court do certify that the sd JOHN is the reputed Son of the sd WARWICK CAMMOCK borne of the body of MARGRETT his Wife in lawfull Wedlock
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 73
      MR. WARWICK CAMMOCK, 1923 acs. Rappa. Co., in the freshes on S. side of the Riv., & on 6:side the maine run of Puemondsem Cr., adj. -Hen. Peters & Jno. Mader; 22 Apr. 1670, p. 286. Trans. of 39 pers: Joseph Cornish 6 tymes, Jno. & Wrn. Blake, each 6. tymes, Tho. Sheppard 6 tymes, Mary Fletcher, Geo. Hollis, Fra. Pitman, Edwd. Swift, Tho. Palmer, David Holt, Geo.' Haynes, Rich'. Markham Wm. Dyer, Mary Dyer; Alice Hobbs, Jane Dennett, Emanuel Talbott, & his wife Rebecca, his daughter.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS; Patent Book 6 page 139
      CADWLL. (Cadwallader ?) JONES, 1443 acs., on S. side & in the freshes of Rappa. Riv., adj. Warwick Camock (Cammock) ; 5 Nov. 1673, p. 492. 625 acs. granted Symon Miller, who sould to sd. Jones; 818 acs. for trans. of 17) pers: Abra. Vintner, Sarah Cooke, Wm. Sanders, Tho. Page, Curby Clerke, James Heart, James Scott, Eliz. Giles, Mary James, Marg. Jenkins, Anth. Hanford, John Whitehead, Wm. Rider, James Nevett, Eliz. Byant, James Phillips, James Williams.