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

Moses Quarles

Male Bef 1695 - 1734  (> 36 years)


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  • Name Moses Quarles 
    Born Bef 1695  King William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Between 1731 and Sep 1734  Prince William County, Virginia - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I032720  Tree1
    Last Modified 1 Jul 2020 

    Father John Quarles,   b. 1670, King William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1739, King William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years) 
    Mother Jane Mallory,   b. 1673, King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F17571  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Seth Linton,   b. Abt 1699, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1764, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 64 years) 
    Married Abt 1715  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 1 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F19472  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 1734-1744 Prince William Co VA Will C page 2
      Quarles, Moses's Inventory (bef Sep 1734)
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      The Washington Ancestry and Records of the McClain, Johnson and Forty Other Colonial American Families, Volume 1, Page 368

      [Council Journal of Virginia, C.o., 5:1420, pp. 47,

      48]: "1721, April 27. The Governor, with the advice of the Council, is pleas'd to nominate Justices of the peace for the new erected County of Prince William, viz: Thomas Harrison, Dennis McCarty, Willm Linton, Francis Awbry, Robert Jones, Burr Harrison & Moses Quarles of the Quorum; and Leonard Barker, Wm Harrison, Valentine Barker, John Wright, John Allen, Willm Hackney, and Joseph Hudnal, Gent."
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      1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
      Pages 170-175. Feb. 15, 1731. William Tyler of Parish of Washington in County of Westmorland to Catesby Cocke of Parish of Hamilton in Prince William....Elizabeth Barton by deeds of lease and release dated Jan. 7 & 8, 1711 grant unto Charles Tyler....500 a....bounded with Potomack River and Powells Runn or Creek.... William Tyler by vertue of last will of Charles Tyler late of Westmoreland dec., father of said William.... half part of the said 500 a....for 1200 lbs. of Tob....half part of 500 a. Deed of lease and release.
      Wm. Tyler
      Wit: J. Mercer, Wm. Linton, John (his mark) Rhodrey, John Gregg. Rec'd. of Catesby Cocke Feb. 16, 1731 sum of 1200 lbs. Tob. and wit. by same.
      At court Feb. 16, 1731 William Tyler acknowledged this release with receipt endorsed to Catesby Cooke and William Linton by virture of power of attorney for Margret wife of William Tyler proved by oaths
      of John Gregg, William Strother another wit. sign the same relinquisi her right of Dower to land conveyed.
      Pages 175-176. Bond of William Tyler of Parish of Washington of County of Westmorland unto Catesby Cooke of Pr. William Co. in sum of 150 lbs....dated Feb. 16, 1731.
      Wm. Tyler
      Wit: J. Mercer, Wm. Linton, John (his mark) Rhodrey, and John Gregg. At court Feb. 16, 1731 William Tyler acknowledged this bond for performance to Catesgy Cocke.
      Pages 176-177. Margaret Taylor wife of William Taylor of Westmorland ordainMoses Quarles and William Linton of Prince William my true and lawfull attorneys or attorney for me and relinquish all my right and title of Dower or thirds to tract of 250 a. conveyed to Catesby Cooke. Dated Feb. 7, 1731.
      Margret (her mark) Taylor
      Wit: Wm. Strother, John Gregg
      At court Feb. 16, 1731 power of attorney from Margret the wife of William Tyler to William Linton was proved.
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      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {June Whitehurst Johnson}: Liber B; 1732-1735;
      Pages 32-33. Margaret Linton of Parish of Hamilton in Co. of Pr. William, widow for consideration me unto moving and for settling and disposing of several negro slaves, for the advantage and preferment of my son-in-law Moses Quarles of same parish and Co., Gent. after my death....for preventing of questions and controversies that might arise amongst my children....to Moses Quarles on negro man slave named Pompey, one negro woman named Kate and three negro boy slaves named Notley, Harry and Will... for consideration of 30 lbs. sterl....Margarett Linton shall have and enjoy the benefit and labour of all the said negro slaves during term of her natural life and may give or sell of any children to be born of the said negro Kate during the said Margaret Lintons natural life.. .afterher dec. Jane Quarles the daughter of the said Moses Quarles by Seth his wife shall have the said Negro boy slave named Harry, in case said Jane Quarles shall happen to die before her age of 16 years or marriage then Moses Quarles to have said negro boy Harry to his only proper use....Margaret Church the daughter of Robert Church by Mary his wife shall have said negro boy named Will....in case Margaret Church shall happen to die before she marries or if said Moses Quarles shall on her day of marriage deliver to said Margaret Church one negro girl or
      woman of the same age the said negro will shall then be of in lien and exchange of the said Will and Moses Quarles shall have the said Negro Will to his only proper use. Oct. 19, 1732.
      Margarett (A) Linton
      Wit: Burr Harrison, Roger Quarles, Jno. fiercer.
      At court Aprill 18, 1733 this deed of gift from Margarett Linton to Moses Quarles was proved by oaths of wit. and admitted to record.

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