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

James Dr. Craik

Male 1730 - 1814  (~ 83 years)


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  • Name James Dr. Craik 
    Born Feb 1729/30  Arbigland, Dumfries, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 6 Feb 1814  'Vaucluse' Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I039238  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Feb 2019 

    Family Marianne Ewell,   b. 1740, 'Bel Air' Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1814, 'Vaucluse' Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years) 
    Married 13 Nov 1760  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • place of marriage not proved
    Children 
     1. William Craik,   b. 31 Oct 1761, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Feb 1814, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years)
     2. James Craik,   b. Bef 1763, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1792, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 31 years)
     3. Nancy Craik,   b. Abt 1764, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Sarah Craik,   b. 11 Nov 1764, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Mar 1800, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 35 years)
     5. Adam Craik,   b. Aft 1764, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Nov 1792, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 26 years)
     6. George Washington Craik,   b. 22 Jun 1774, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. Marianne Craik,   b. Abt 1776, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 5 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F22549  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      MARYLAND HISTORICAL MAGAZINE VOLUME XXIV, March 1929 No. 1
      MARYLAND PHYSICIANS AT THE PERIOD OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Henry J. Berkley, M.D
      Craik, James, 1730-1814. Born in Scotland; came to Virginia in 1750; surgeon Col. Fry's Regiment, 1754; with Washington at Braddock's defeat; on the Ohio with Washington, 1770; settled at Port Tobacco, 1771; assistant director General Army Hospitals, 1777; at Annapolis and Port Tobacco, 1777; in army service, 1776-1783; surgeon general under Washington; Washington's private physician. Hayden, Va. Gen
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      "Some Colonial Dames of Royal Descent" page 98

      William Craik, of Arbigland, B. 1703, who had by his first wife (unnamed):
      Dr. James Craik, the physician and intimate friend of President Washington, b. at Arbigland, 1730, came to Virginia in 1750, surgeon-general of the Continental Army, a member of the Maryland State Society of the Cincinnati, and died at his home in Fairfax County, Virginia in 1814. He married Nov. 13, 1760, Marianna, born 1740 daughter of Charles Ewell, of Prince William County, Virginia and his wife, Sallie Ball, a cousin of President Washington and had:
      Sarah Craik, born Nov. 11, 1764, married Jan. 25, 1785 to Daniel Jenifer, Jr. M. D. 1756-1809, surgeon in the Continental Army till 1782, member of the Maryland State Society of the Cincinnati and had:
      Colonel Daniel Jenifer born April 15, 1791, died Dec. 18, 1855 a member of Congress from Maryland 1831-1833, 1835-1841 and United States Minister to Austria. He married Eliza Trippe Campbell of Charles County, Maryland and had:
      Nannie O. Jenifer, who married William Stone Triplett of Virginia and had:
      1. Emily Louisa Triplett a member of the Virginia Society of the Colonial Dames of Americal who married Meredith F. Montague of Richmond, Virginia and had : Nannie Jenifer Triplett, William Triplett, Meredith and Emily Triplett.
      2. Elizabeth Triplett, a member of the Virginia Society of the Colonial Dames of Americal who married Thomas R. Price of New York City and had: Elizabeth.
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      Charles County Maryland Will Book AH-9, 1785-1788; Page 188. Doct Walter H. Jenifer's Will.
      I, Walter Hanson Jenifer of CC, am of sound and disposing mind, memory, and understanding, and wanting to settle my worldly affairs, make this, my will. First l want my debts and funeral charges paid.
      To my wife Ann Jenifer - in fee simple, all that undivided moiety of 1000 acres of land lying in Fauquier County, Virginia, deeded by Daniel McCarty and Sinalse McCarty to Peter Waggoner and myself as tenants in common, as may more fully appear by to sd deed. I also give Ann, during her natural life, all that lot of ground lying in Port Tobacco, on which a small dwelling house and my stable now stand, I also give Ann the following Negroes: John and his wife Jonny and their 2 children, Tom and Sal, and a Negro called Spencer and a Negro called Hannah, and also Sam and Betty, children of Monaky, and a Negro man called Tom. I also give Ann my phaeton and my 3 bay horses, and also 1 moiety of my household and kitchen furniture, the plate excepted. also give Ann one moiety of all my debts due me after my debts and charges of administration are paid.
      To my brother Daniel Jenifer - my store house in Port Tobacco and now in the occupation of Nicholas and Valentine Peers, together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Also, lot #60 in Portobacco, and now in the occupation of Richard Butler. Also, all my lands to the Westward of Fort Cumberland, which I hold as tenant in common with John Swann, Merchant in Baltimore, and George Scott, merchant in Fredrick Town, provided the sd Daniel Jenifer pays the caution money now due on the sd lands and does not bring it as a charge against my estate. I also give Daniel the following Negroes: Phil otherwise called Ophillow, Manoky his wife, and their 3 children, Clarissa, John, and Phil, and a man called Phil whom I lately purchased of Mr, William Hanson. Also, I moiety of my household & kitchen furniture, and also the whole of my Shop and Library, and one moiety of the debts due me after my debts and charges of administration are paid, sd Daniel making the following deductions: the balances due me by Colo McCarty, Daniel McCarty, and Peter Waggoner, which sd balances I give to my wife Ann, over and above her moiety of the debts before bequeathed to her. I also give Daniel my shares in the Patowmack Company. Also my 2 breeding mares and their 2 colts.
      To my brother Warren Dent Jenifer - a pair of good young riding horses and 30 guineas, to be furnished him by my executors when he arrives to the age of 21 years,
      To my father Daniel Jenifer Sr - all my wearing apparel, all my stock of work horses, cattle, hogs, and sheep, excepting the hogs for the present year's killing.
      Also all my plantation utensils. I want my father always to act as a tender and kind parent to my wife Ann,
      To my good friend, Doctor James Craik Sr - all the debts remaining due me on the partnership books of Craik and Jenifer, and all the debts due to me from sd James Craik on any account, whether our partnership or private account.
      I want my private papers taken out of the hands of James Russell as soon as possible after my death, by my executors, and my accounts settled with him, making him reasonable allowance for his services.
      Executors: my father and my brother, Daniel Jenifer Jr,
      Signed Dec 10, 1785 - W.H. Jenifer. Wit - William Craik, Val. Peers, Nichs Peers.
      Probated Feb 4, 1786 by Daniel Jenifer Doctr Daniel Jenifer, executors, and by the oaths of witnesses William Craik, Valentine Peers, and Nicholas Peers.
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      Fendall, John, Charles Co. 19 Dec, 1762, 08 Feb, 1763
      In partnership with Levin Covington and Geo Hawkins, with some stock to be sold, and wife to receive profits.
      to son Benjamin Fendall, tract which I bought of Benj. Thomas, lying near Cedar Point.
      To wife, Sarah Fendall, all remainder of estate, but in case wife is with child, and it be a boy, I bequeath him 1/3 pt. of land.
      To son Benjamin to be put under care and tuition of Dr. James Bayard.
      Exs: Wife Sarah, honoured father Benjamin Fendall, Bro. Phillip Richard Fendall, and friend Dr. James Bayard.
      Wit: Jacob Townshend, James Craik, Elenor Linn. [MCW 31.916]
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      HAWKINS, THOMAS, Charles Co. 9 Dec. 1774; 30 Jan, 1775
      To son Alexander Smith Hendly Hawkins, when of age to convey to Henry Smith Hawkins by deed land I bought of William Courts except 75 acres which adjoins my land on condition that the said Henry Smith Hawkins shall also convey unto Alexander Smith Hendley Hawkins, half part of "Brothers," to Alexander Smith Hendley Hawkins,
      To sons: Alexander Smith Hendley Hawkins and Charles Hawkins, all lands where I now live with all land adjoining between them, if either die above to son Henry Smith Hawkins, but if both die all of above to sons Henry Smith Hawkins and John Hawkins,
      To son Thomas Hawkins, tract "Saturday's Works," 250 acres, Negroes Valantine and Lucy; if he dies without issue to sons Henry Smith Hawkins and John Hawkins, equally.
      To wife Catherine Hawkins, extx., 1/3 of lands I live on during life and Negroes: London, Kiz, Lin, Mary, Nepkin and Charles; and residue of estate, then equally among my seven children.
      To dau. Elizabeth Hawkins, Negroes: Bess, Patiencer, Nan and Moses,
      To dau. Jane Hawkins, Negroes; Dinah, Cate, Jane, dau, Jane and Joe.
      To son Alexander Smith Hendley Hawkins, Negroes: David, Rachel and Sook.
      To son Charles Hawkins, Negroes, Jerry and Cate,
      To son Henry Smith Hawkins, Negroes: John, Bridget, Bess dau. of Negro Lucy and Charles.
      To son John Hawkins, Negroes: Isaac, Moll, Will and Sarah.
      Son, Henry Smith Hawkins, exr.
      Wit: Jas. Craik; Theops. Yates; John Scott. 40. 284
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 279. Feb 24, 1763 from William Smallwood of CC, planter, to Doctor James Craik of CC, Physician, for 100 sterling, part of a tract of land .. of William Smallwood afd, being part of a tract of land called May Day, containing about hundred acres. Signed - Wm Smallwood.
      Wit - Dan of St. Thos Jenifer*, JHawkins*. Recorded May 10, 1763.
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 325. Lease. Jul 2, 1763 from Doctor James Craik of CC, Physician, to William Smallwood of CC, planter, for 5 shillings, part of a tract of land called May Day, bounded by a tract of land called Moors Ditch, containing, in all, 45 acres in Portobacco Parish in CC. To have and to hold unto sd William Smallwood, for his own use only but not to his assignees, during the term of the natural life of sd William from the making of this present indenture, paying each year 1 penny upon the feast of Saint Michael the archangel, if the same be demanded. Signed - James Craik. Wit - Walter Hanson*, Dan of St. Thos Jenifer*. Recorded Jul 11, 1763.
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 369. Oct 26, 1763 from Samuel Hanson Jr of CC, Gentleman, to James Craik of CC, physician, for 550 sterling, two tracts of land in CC, the one being part of a tract of land called Saint Edmunds, containing about 150 acres, and is bounded as by a particular deed thereof from W Foster and wife to James Smallwood dated Dec 2_, 1695.
      The other tract is called .. contiguous to and adjoining the above .. 11th day of Nov .. by Ledstone Smallwood .. sd patent being had the causes .. Signed - Sam: Hanson Jr. Wit Saml Hanson, [Josias Haw]kins*. Margt, the wife of sd Samuel Hanson Jr, released her right of dower to the within mentioned Lands. Recorded Oct 27, 1763.
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 301. Feb 25, 1763 from William Rockwood of the County of "Province [Prince?] William & Colony of Virginia", Richard, late of CC, to George Mason of the County .. Virginia, Gentleman_ Whereas sd George mason is now in possession of 3 tracts of land containing about 500 acres in CC Potomack River in 3 patents, viz, 300 acres called Benidicts, granted to Bennett Marchegay by patent dated Sep , 1666, and 150 acres patented to Henry Aspinall by patent dated Apr 30, 166 , and acres called Fletchers Addition, granted to Henry Fletcher on Jun 10, 1671. The 3 tracts of land were conveyed by the afd Edward [Rookwood, father to William Rookward, party to these presents, unto George Mason of Stafford County, [Virginia], decd, grandfather to the before mentioned George on, party to these presents, for thousands lbs of tobacco, by deed dated May 1, Sd George Mason, the grandfather, entered into n of the sd lands under the sd purchase, & died seized thereof. Sd Mason also died seized of sd lands, which descended to his eldest son heir at law, the sd George Mason .. these presents who is now in actual possession of the same, so that possession of the lands has remained sd [Ma]son's family ever since the sd purchase from sd Edward, but by some defect in sd deed, it is apprehended some disputes may arise, touching upon the premises, which sd William Rookwood, for the valuable consideration paid to his father, is willing .. Now this deed witnesses that sd William Rookwood quitclaims to sd George Mason, in his possession now being, sd William's right to the three tracts of land, situated upon Potomack River in CC, containing about 500 acres, according to the original patents. Signed - W Rookord. Wit - Allen Macrae, Arch Henderson, William Carr, Danl Payne, John Riddell, John Calvert.
      I, William Rookward of the County of , Virginia, hereby appoint John Semple & James Craik of CC, Gentlemen, or either one of them, my true [and lawful attorneys, in order to acknowledge this deed for me], Signed - W Rookard. Wit - son, William Carr, , John. Calvert. Recorded Jun ,1763.
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 305. [Jun] 15, 176[3) from John Semple of CC, to James ,Craik of CC, for 231 English Guineas, the moiety of a tract of land called , bounded by the land formerly of George And .. the original line of sd Moores .. containing about 234 acres in CC. Sd Craik will warrant [this deed] (excepting the right of dower of Elizabeth, the wife of a certain __ late of CC, innholder, has to the lands). Signed - John Semple. Wit - Rd Ha[rrison]*, [Josias Haw]kins*. This deed was acknowledged on Jun 16, 1763. On Apr 19, 1763 came Elizabeth [wife of] Samuel Luckett and acknowledged her right of dower to afd land and premises, to Doctor James Craik, and said that she did the same without being compelled by her husband. Wit - Walter Hanson*, Josias Hawkins*. Recorded ..
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      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber Q; 1763 - 1766; pp 243-249
      THIS INDENTURE TRIPARTITE made the (in Lease Seventh)(in Release Eighth) day of October Annoque Domini One thousand seven hundred and sixty four Between JAMES CRAICK of CHARLES COUNTY in PROVINCE of MARYLAND, Surgeon, & MARIANNE his Wife of one part and JESSE EWELL of County of Prince William & Colony of Virginia of second part and JOHN SEMPLE of County and Province aforesaid, Mercht., of the other Witnesseth that JAMES CRAICK and MARIANNE his Wife for sum of five hundred & twenty five pounds Sterling money of Great Britain to said JAMES in hand paid, and the said JESSE EWELL, in consideration of Twelve hundred pounds Virginia Current money paid by JOHN SEMPLE, the Receipt said JAMES & JESSE do acknowledge, have granted and sold unto JOHN SEMPLE (in his actual possession now being by virtue of a Bargain and Sale for one year and by force of Statute for Transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs forever two sixth parts of the lands called the FORGE LANDS which consist in the whole of the four following Tracts purchased at different imes of the several persons herein after are mentioned by CHARLES EWELL as Agent & Manager for RALPH FALKNER, EDWARD NEALE, JOHN TRIPLETT and the said CHARLES EWELL, Merchts. & partners in the name of said CHARLES EWELL but on the Joint Account of the said Company, and after the death of CHARLES EWELL sold by the Surviveing Partners unto BERTRAND EWELL and the heirs of CHARLES EWELL by Deeds bearing date the second & third days of August in year One thousand seven hundred & forty nine, to wit, One parcel of land containing One hundred &Eighty eight acres situate on South side of OCCOQUAN RIVER and on a branch called HOOE's CREEK and purchased by CHARLES EWELL of a certain JAMES CARTER whose Deed bears date the tenth day of August One thousand seven hundred & forty four; One other parcel of land purchased by JOHN GREGG in his lifetime and conveyed by ELIZABETH GREGG, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of said JOHN, pursuant to said Last Will, by Deed bearing date the Twelfth day of November One thousand seven hundred & forty three and recorded amongst the records of County Court of Prince William situate on the branches of HOOES CREEK in the County of Prince Wm. containing One thousand & seventy acres, One other tract purchased in like manner of WILLIAM FITZHUGH containing fifty acres (part of a larger tract) & conveyed by Deeds recorded in the General Court and Lastly one other tract granted to CHARLES EWELL by the Proprietor of the Northern Neck of Virginia by Deed bearing date the Twenty ninth day of September One thousand seven hundred & forty three for two hundred and twelve acres, which four Tracts contain in the whole Fifteen hundred & twenty acres more or less according to the Courses of the Original Deeds and were not only purchased & taken by CHARLES EWELL for the purpose aforesd. but were put by the aforesaid Company into one Joint stock by Articles of Copartnership bearing date the Nineteenth day of September in year One thousand seven hundred & forty four and recorded among the records of Prince William County, and also two Sixth parts of one other tract of land not purchased by said CHARLES EWELL or entered in the Articles of Copartnership aforesaid but purchased since the death of said CHARLES EWELL by BERTRAND EWELL & the heirs of the said CHARLES EWELL of WILLIAM FITZHUGH of the PROVINCE of MARYLAND Esquire bearing date the Sixth day of March One thousand seven hundred and fifty nine, containing Nine hundred & fifty acres situate on the MAIN RUN of OCCOQUAN & is the Residue of a Proprietors Deed for One thousand acres granted unto WILLIAM FITZHUGH of STAFFORD COUNTY by Deed bearing date the first day of October One thousand Six hundred & Ninety four, And all houses, buildings, orchards, Forges, Mills, Water Courses & appurtenances whatsoever to the said land belonging and all Estate right & demand whatsoever of them said JAMES CRAICK & MARIANNE his Wife and JESSE EWELL his heirs and assigns to the said premises To have and to hold the said sixth part of all the several tracts of land to JOHN SEMPLE and his heirs and assigns forever; And further that JAMES CRAICK and MARIANNE his Wife and their heirs and JESSE EWELL and his heirs will at all times hereafter the said Two Sixths parts of said Five tracts of land above described and every part thereof against them and their heirs & all other persons whatsoever will warrant & forever defend In Witness whereof said parties have set their hands & Seals
      in presence of JAMES KEY, JAMES CRAICK
      JNO, WOOD. WM. LAUDER, MARIANNE CRAICK
      ALEXR. LITHGOW, JNO. MATTHEWS, JESSE EWELL
      WILL. STONE JUNR,
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 52. Jun 13, 1756 from Ledstone Smallwood of CC, planter, to James Craik of CC, physician, for 91 16 shillings and 4 pence, a tract of land whereon sd Ledstone now dwells, called Mayday, containing about 200 acres. Also, part of a tract of land called the addition to Mayday, containing 11 acres, bounded by Mayday. Both of these tracts were devised to sd Ledstone by Ledstone Smallwood, decd, father of the sd Ledstone, by his will dated Jan 20, 1755, and are situated in Portobacco Parish near Charles Town commonly called Port Tobacco in CC. If, however, sd Ledstone pays sd James Craik, the afd sum with legal interest from today, by Jul 1, 1768, then this deed will be void. Signed - Ledstone Smallwood. Wit - Sam: Hanson*, Thos Contee*. Recorded Jun 13, 1766.
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      Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 521. Certificate of a stray. Apr 3, 1781. I certify that this day, was brought before me by Doc. James Craik, a black bull, taken up as a stray. Signed - W.H. Jenifer. Recorded Apr 4, 1781.
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      Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 20. Certificate of a stray. Apr 11, 1783. This is to certify that Doct. James Craik this day caused to be brought to me, a black cow, as a stray. Has now a young calf, and has been on the plantation of sd Craik since some time last summer_ Signed - W.H. Jenifer. Recorded Apr 11, 1783,
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      Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 146. Oct 17, 1787 from Thomas Hussey Lucket of CC, to Eleazer Davis of CC, for 63 15 shillings and for divers other good causes, all that tract of land in CC, being part of a tract of land called Mores Ditch, bounded by the line of Samuel Marshall's land, a hill near Doctor Craiks land, containing about 21-1/2 acres. Signed - Thos. Hussey his
      mark) Lucket. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Rich Barnes*. Recorded Oct 17, 1787.
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      (Grace Kelso Garner, comp., Earliest Settlers, Western Frederick-Eastern Hampshire Counties in Virginia: Their Descendants [1978], pp.219 ff.) He was patented 105 acres in Hampshire Co. on 21 August 1799, "near the lands of Doctor James Craig on the waters of North River adjoining the land of Joseph Watson" (Northern Neck Grants U, pp. 2330234), 71 acres in Hampshire Co. on 31 August 1789, "near his own land on a drain of Cacapehon which empties into the North River" (Northern Neck Grants U, pp.243-244), 460 acres in Hampshire Co. on 18 October 1796, "adjoining his own and James Craigs land on the west side of North River" (Northern Neck Grants X, p. 430), 125 acres in Hampshire Co. on 18 October 1796, "on the east side of the North River and adjoining James Craigs land" (Northern Neck Grants X, pp. 434-435), and 127 acres in Hampshire Co. on 11 October 1800, "on Dillans Mountain adjoining George Nixon, a survey made for Thomas Williams, the land of John Kail and others" (Northern Neck Grants Y, pp 606-607). There are references to "Col. Poston's plantation of North River" and "the road leading from Col. Poston's to Romney" (15 April 1790 and 14 April 1791, see Vicki Bidinger Horton, comp., Hampshire County Minute Abstracts, 1788-1802 [Romney, W. Va., 1993], pp. 38, 51.)
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      Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
      BRYAN BRUIN for whom survd, assignee (in 1764) of Cornelius (X) Conner;
      27 June 1764 - 2 July 1765; 400 a. at Head of Dry Run being a dr. of North R. ca. 1-1/2 miles from Dr James Craik. CC - James Anderson & William Bills. Surv. Richard Rigg.
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      Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
      DOCTR JAMES CRAIK, assignee (in 1756) of John (X) Thomas of Frederick for whom survd; no wart, survd 27 Feb. 1754; 23 a. on North R. of Gt Cacapehon; adj. his own former corner. CC - Jno Lonem & Jno Pugh. Surv. John Mauzy.
      23 Oct. 1756 - John (X) Thomas late of Hampshire Co. Wit: Thos Bishop, Robert Sears (?), Mr Rutherford.
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      Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
      JAMES CRAIK, assignee of Jacob Gibbons, Mary Covey, Heir of James Gibbons for whom survd; no wart, survd 23 May 1755; 131 a. on both sides North R. Cacapehon; adj. John Thomas, Thos Parker. CC - John Thomas & John Lonem. Surv. John Mauzy.
      N.d. - Jacob Gibbons being proved to be Heir at Law before Mr James Wood & his Mother now Mary Covey having given up her right of dower, her husband Durrett Covey agreeing - Jacob Gibbons desires deed issue to Craik.
      22 Apr. 1771 - Mary Covey, aged 45 "& upwards" sworn by Holy Evangelists says James Gibbons died without a will & Jacob is eldest son. Signed - Jacob (X) Gibbons, Durrett Covey, Mary (X) Covey.
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      Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
      DOCTR JAMES CRAIK of Frederick Co.; 18 Feb. 1761 - 17 Apr. 1761; 129 a. at foot of Sandy Ridge on Hyatts Run on both sides Waggon Road from Edwards to South Br. including the Cool Spring, Parker's Gap Run in the Gap near North R. Cacapehon; adj. Andrew Lockhart & Thos Parker. CC - James Peters & Benjn Williamson. Pilot-James Mercer. Surv. John Mauzy.
      DOCTR JAMES CRAIKE & MR PHILIP BUSH of Frederick Co.; 27 Feb. 1762 - 8 May 1762; 31 a. on Daniel Woods Run near North R. Cacapehon; adj. Nickson/Nixon. CC - Jno Lonem & Jno Roussau. Surv. John Mauzy.
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      Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
      DOCTR JAMES CRAIKE & MR PHILIP BUSH for whom survd, assignees of James
      Smith, warrantee; 14 Sept. 1761 - 8 May 1762; 219 a. on Dillons Run
      a br. of Cacapehon & on Kinman's Mt.; adj. Samuel Kinman. CC - Jno
      Lonem & Jno Roussau. Pilot- James Mercer. Surv. John Mauzy.
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 355-28: MOORES FISHING PLACE: 234 acres; Possession of - 117 Acres - Collier, Grace: 117 Acres - Graves, Dorothy: Surveyed 4 July 1672 for Henry Moore at a bound Red Oak in the S.S.E. line of the land called HOWLAND IN THE WOODS.: Other Tracts Mentioned: HOWLAND IN THE WOODS; ; ; Conveyance notes - Possession record reads: Joshua Grace Giles Collier, 234 Acres - William Eilbeck from Dennis Nicodemus Dower 2 May 1737,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 330-202: MAY DAY: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Smallwood, James Col: Surveyed 11 Jan 1674 for Edmund Lindsey & assigned Benjamin Rozer at a bound poplar a boundary tree of William Chandler run thence South.: Conveyance notes - 300 Acres - Ledstone Smallwood from James Smallwood; 14 Nov 1721,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 318-119: 1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 318-120: MOORES DITCH: 500 acres; Possession of - 500 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 18 July 1662 for Henry Moore on the West side Zachia Swamp adjoining to the land of George and Robert Gooderick. (poss. by John Hanson by his marrying the relict of Samuel Luckett.: