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

Augustine Love

Male Abt 1758 - 1811  (~ 53 years)

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  • Name Augustine Love 
    Born Abt 1758  Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1811  Loudoun County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I043667  Tree1
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 

    Father Samuel Love,   b. Abt 1720, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Oct 1787, Buckland Estates, Buckland, Prince William County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 67 years) 
    Mother Sarah Garner,   b. Bef 1741, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1802, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 61 years) 
    Married Abt 1757  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • marriage is unproved
    Family ID F12397  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary Heale,   b. 22 Jan 1756, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Feb 1778  Hamilton Parish, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F24132  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1778-1791 Prince William Co VA Will Book G
      Pages 377-380. Will of Samuel Love:
      Sons: John Love and Charles Love to have water grist mill on Broad Run and 2 a. of land belonging to it, tenants in common.
      Son: Charles all my land I now live on adj. to mill 240 a .... line of Henry Taylor .... to it intersects a line bounded of land I now live on purchased of Walter Taliaferro. Also to Charles a bond of William Augustine Washington for 500 lbs. payable to Augustine Love & by him assigned to me.
      Son: John Love remainder of my land I live on not already sold or devised of 560 a.
      Son: Augustine Love negroes Venses?, also Lidia, and Frank, dau. of Patte
      Niece: Elizabeth Chinn 10 lbs. saddle and horse.
      Niece: Jennitt Ewin Urquhart saddle & horse, also 10 lbs. yearly until she marries.
      Sons: Remainder of estate be divided between John & Charles.
      Exors: Sons Samuel, Charles, and John.
      Dated: April 3, 1785.
      Signed: Samuel Love
      Wits: Dixon Robinson, Samuel Foster, Joshua Foster.
      Codecil: To son Charles 300 a. on Broad Run adj. mill.
      To son John 500 a. being residue of land I now live on, and only by this codicil to add 60 a. of land to that part given to son Charles and revoke so much and no more of my former gift to my son John.
      To my niece Jennett Ewine Urquhart, who is now happily setted with her brother I do herely revoke my former bequest to her and in lieu I devise to her sum of 30 lbs. within term of 2 yrs. after my death.
      To son Augustine I hereby revoke the gift to him of 10 barrels of corn during his life time, now only till term of 7 years only.
      Wife: Sarah Love 2 cows & calves, 2 heifers out of my stock at Mattox.
      Signed: Samuel Love
      Wits: Henry Taylor, Samuel Foster, Nathaniel Fostor.
      Dated: March 31, 1787.
      Proven: Oct. 1, 1787.
      Fauquier Co., VA

      7p) 1783, 30 Jul: Case of Joseph HUDNELL vs. Charles WILLIAMS, in trespass, Fauquier Co., VA court; on the jury were John METCALF, Joseph SHARP, Thomas NELSON, William WHITE, James WADDELL, John MOREHEAD, Moses BAILEY, Augustin LOVE, Frances MILLER, William NORRIS, Samuel PHARRIS, Obadiah PETTITT.

      (7p) 1783, 31 Jul: John METCALF and Augustine LOVE were on jury in case of Ambrose BARNETT vs. Robert ASHBY, Fauquier Co., VA court.

      (7p) 1783, 31 Aug: John METCALF and Augustine LOVE were on jury in case of Thomas LATHAM vs. John CANTWELL, Fauquier Co., VA.

      1792-1803 Prince William Co VA Will Book H
      Pages 268-271. Estate Accounts and Settlement of Sarah Purcell of the Adm. of estate of William Purcelle dec:
      To: Cuthbert Bullitt for persecuting several suits, Samuel A. Love, Walter Graham for attending as an evidence agt. W. E. Ashmore, Charles Lee in an appeal of John Calvert, Richard Brent for filing bill agt. Samuel Jackson, two rents deducted from lott sold to Walter Coe, Thomas Purcelle, Mr. Kincheloe to James Purcelle.
      By: Lott sold Walter Coe, negro girl sold Kincheloe, rec. of Wiliam Tyler on acct. of John Calvert.
      Division of real and personal estate, as to the widow: 66 1/3 a. of land to commence with line of John Gibson and that part of Russell lott next to Slaty Run Church, also negro girl Winney.
      To: To Thomas Purcelle, to John Purcelle, to William Purcelle, to James Purcelle, to George Purcelle, to Charles Purcelle, to Elizabeth purcelle and to Sarah Purcelle the sum of 7 pounds, 19 s. and 9 pence each. The residue of property appears to us to be so situated as not be be divideable between the children, but by a sale of both land and negroes and the proceed to be
      divided. March 30, 1798.
      200 a. of leased land 1/3 part 66 1/3 a. allotted for dower.
      Negroes: Bett about 35 yrs., winney, Dennis, Eve, Willis.
      Signed: Gerard Alexander Sr, Thos. Lee Sr.
      Recorded: May 8, 1798.
      Revolutionary Land Warrants:
      No. 4520. Andrew Watts, private, 274 acres; issued 17 Dec 1796. Assigned to J. Easton on 2 Jan 1797. Easton assigned it to George Bell on 14 Aug 1800 in the presence of Samuel A. LOVE.
      Strother Suttle's will in 1792 mentions his grandson William Reno. In Prince William County Deeds, p. 151, we find: "To all whom this presents shall come, Know ye that I Strother Suttle of County of Prince William in consideration of the natural love & affection which I bear unto my Son in Law, David Reno & my Daughter, Ann, his Wife, as well as for diverse other good causes me thereunto moving by this present Indenture do give grant & confirm unto them the said David & Ann during their natural lives & longest liver of them a Negro woman named Lucy & her Six Children now in their possession to wit. Williby, Sharlot, Mill, Jude, Lewis, Robert & after the decrease of the sd David & Ann I give the afsd Six Children & their increase to be equally divided between my Grand Sons William Reno & Strother Reno & Grand Daughter Ann Reno & to their heirs forever & the sd Negro Lucy & her future increase at the period afsd. I give to William & Strother & to their heirs for ever; In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this 6th day of October one thousand seven hundred & eighty eight. Signed sealed & delivered in presence of Augustine Love, James White, Saml. Watson. Signed by Strother (his mark) Suttle. "At a Court held for Prince William County the 6th day of October 1788. This Deed of Gift from Strother Suttle to David Renoe was proved by the oaths of Augustine Love & James White & admitted to Record."
      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber X; 1787 - 1791; pp 492
      THIS INDENTURE made the first day of August in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty, nine Between JOHN STONE of County of FAUQUIER and MILLEY his Wife of one part and SNODEN HORTON of Prince William County of other part: Witnesseth that JOHN STONE and MILLEY his Wife for the sum of Five hundred pounds specie to JOHN STONE in hand paid by these presents do bargain & sell unto SNOWDEN HORTON and his heirs a certain parcel of land lying in Counties of Prince William and FAUQUIER containing Three hundred and forty acres be the same more or less it being a tract of land said STONE purchased of NICHOLAS WARE and is bounded. Beginning on BROAD RUN at the mouth of a Branch called MORRISONS BRANCH. thence up said Branch and binding therewith S. 70d. E 14 po; So. 30d. E. 16 po S 43d W 54 po., So 23d. W 52 po., S. 2d E. 25 po; S. 34d Wt. 14 po. to a Stone in the place of an Ash in a lane at the mouth of WILLIAM HERNDONs Spring Branch, then leaving the Branch So. 21d. 45m, W. 40 po. to a small Hickory Stump near a large white Oak marked T then So 16d, Et 140 po. to a dead box Oak, Spanish Oak and two small Hickorys on a drane, CARTERS ancient line, then with that line and the line of THORNTONs 57d, till it comes to MOUNTAIN ROAD. then up said Road till it intersects the line of AUGUSTIN LOVE, then with said line No 182 po to where FOSTER intersects the said line, then with FOSTERs line No 84 E 121' po to a white Oak Stump at or near the head of a branch of BROAD RUN. then down said Branch the several meanders to the mouth thereof on BROAD RUN. then down said Run and binding therewith to the beginning, And all houses orchards profits and appurtenances belonging; To have and to hold the lands hereby conveyed unto SNOWDEN HORTON his heirs free and clear of and from all former and other incumbrances whatsoever and JOHN STONE and MILLEY his Wife and their heirs shall warrant and forever defend by these presents In Witness whereof JOHN STONE and Milley his Wife hash hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written
      Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      The Commonwealth of Virginia HEZEKIAH TURNER, CHARLES CHILTON & JOHN THOMAS CHINN Gentlemen Greeting, (The Commission for the privy Examination of MILLEY, the Wife of JOHN STONE): Witness ROBERT GRAHAM Clerk of our said Court the 4th day of August in the 14th year of the Commonwealth 1789
      In Obedience to the within we have waited on the within named MILLEY STONE (the return of the execution of the privy Examination of MILLEY STONE); Certified under our seales
      this 28th day of September 1789 HUH. TURNER
      At a Court held for Prince William County the 5th day of October 1789
      This Deed of Bargain and Sale with receipt thereon from JOHN STONE and MILLEY his Wife to SNOWDEN HORTON (a Dedimus for the privy Examination of the feme being returned executed - were proved by the oaths of JAMES GREEN and GEORGE GREEN and the Receipt by the oath of JAMES GREEN and ordered to be Certified And at a Court held for said County the 2nd. day of May 1791, CHRISTOPHER HOPWOOD came into Court and solemnly affirmed that he heard the afsd JOHN STONE acknowledge the aforesaid Deed, It is therefore ordered that the said Deed, Receipt and Dedimus be recorded

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