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

Alexander McCarty

Male Bef 1711 - Aft 1733  (> 23 years)


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  • Name Alexander McCarty 
    Born Bef 1711 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft Nov 1733  Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I047874  Tree1
    Last Modified 14 Dec 2018 

  • Notes 
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      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 334
      Enrolled at request of John Beall, Sr. 28 Aug 1731:
      Alexdr. Maccarthy of Prince William County, Colony of Virginia, Gent., for 65.0.3; paid by Capt. Jno. Hyde & Co. of London, exs. of Col. Jno. Bradford, decd; and 33.16.6 paid by Jno. Bradford, merchant; and 36.9.1 paid by John Hanbury of London and William Manduit; also 31.6.3 paid by John Beall, merchant; also 9.10 by Thomas Craigg, physician; for receipt of above doth give: 2 Negro men called Peter & Dartmouth, 2 Negro women called Maria & Clare, 37 head of cattle, 3 horses & 2 mares; /s/ Alexdr. Maccarthy; wit. Moe Veale, John Johnson; inventory listed
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      1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
      Pages 242-250.Jan. 20, 1731. Thomas Owsley of Parish of Hamilton in Prince William, planter to Alexander MacCarthy of same....for 60 lbs. ster. money....200 a....at a certain Butt or branch issuing out of Accotinck Cr.....running up said creek the breadth of 100 a. and back containing 150 a....beginning on north side of Accotink Run and running thence to east.... deed of lease and release. Tho. Owsley
      Wit: Willi Berkley, Tho. Bean, Elizabeth Berkley Re' d. of Alex. MacCarthy 60 lbs. sterl. Jan. 29,1731, and wit. by Willi Berkley and Tho. Odburn
      At court May 17, 1732 Thomas Owsely acknowledged this deed of release with receipt endorsed to Alexander McCarthy and Ann wife of Thomas relinquished her right of said deeds. conveyed by
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      Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {June Whitehurst Johnson}: Liber B; 1732-1735;
      Pages 182-186. Nov. 20, 1733. Benjamin Grayson of Parish of Hamilton Co. of Pr. Wm. to Alexander McCarthy of same, Thomas Waring of Essex Co., Gent, and Thomas Martin and William Martin of City Bristol in Great Britain, merchants....for 500 lbs. sterl. money ....2/3 part of 3 tracts....1/3 part of same to Alexander McCarthy, 1/3 part unto Thomas Waring, and 1/3 unto Thomas and William Martin one of the said tracts of land granted unto said Benjamin Grayson by deed from the proprietors office dated March 16, 1731.... tract on north side of Goose Cr....1009 a.....another tract granted Benjamin Grayson by deed from the Proprietors Office dated the same....on the head draughts of the south fork of Secolines Br. adjoyning land of Edward Embs....to lower corner of Mr. Diggs's....495 a third tract granted unto Benjamin Grayson by deed from Proprietors Office dated March 18, 1731 tract adjoying to Middleton Shaw on north side of Tuscarora Br 700 a.
      Deed of lease anc release. Ban j. Grayson
      Wit: Scarlet Hancock, R. Stace, M. Battaley.
      At court Nov. 23, 1733 Benjamin Grayson acknowledged this release to Alexander McCarty, Thomas Waring, and Thomas and William Martin. Susanna wife of Benjamin Grayson relinquished her right of dower to the lands conveyed by said deeds.