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

Joel Stribling

Male Bef 1661 - 1718  (> 57 years)


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  • Name Joel Stribling 
    Born Bef 1661 
    Gender Male 
    Died 14 Sep 1718  St. Paul's Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I048427  Tree1
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 

    Children 
     1. Joel Stribling,   b. Abt 1680, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Benjamin Stribling,   b. Abt 1682, St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1734, Brunswick Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 53 years)
     3. Thomas Stribling,   b. 5 Mar 1683/84, Barnstaple, Devon, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Mar 1755, Dettingen Parish, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years)
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 
    Family ID F20519  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Stafford County Court Records, 1680; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      P- 6 (10) JOEL STRIBLING giveth for his marke an over half shade on ye right eye and a nick under ye said care; and a cropp and three stilts in ye left eare;
      Recordat: 16th. Aprill 1681
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      pp. 200a- I EDMUND PEARCE Son and Heir of ye wthin RICHARD PEARCE doe make over all my Right and interest to ye wthin menconed Three hundred and twenty acres of lande to WM. FITZHUGH his heires for ever for a valuble consideracon already reced. Wittness my hande and Seale this first day of June 1691 Testes WILLIAM BUNBURY, EDMUND PEARCE JOEL STRIBLING, WILLIAM WILLFORD, the marke of HENRY NELSON
      This Assignmt. of Lande bath relacon to a Deed of Sale for Three hundred and twenty acres of lande sold by Mr. ROBERT HOWSINGE unto RICHARD PEARCE ye Father of ye abovesaid EDMUND PEARCE and was by ye said Mr. ROBERT HOWSINGE acknowledged in the County Court of Stafford unto RICHARD PEARCE on the 30th day of August 1665 and now by ye abovesaid EDMUND PEARCE sold unto WM. FITZHUGH and was acknowledged by Mr. SAMLL. HAYWARD Attorney of said EDMUND PEARCE unto WM. FITZHUGH in the County Court of Stafford on the 10th day of June 1691 and was then recorded TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whome these presents shall come Know yee that I EDMUND PEARCE of NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY for ye valuable consideracon of Sixteene Thousand poundes of Tobacco already in hande received of WILLIAM FITZHUGH of Stafford County have sold unto the said WM. FITZHUGH his heires three hundred & twenty acres of lande in the Countie of Stafford now in the occupacon of HENRY NELSON TAYLOR bounded Begininge att a marked Pohickory in a branch of upper MACHODICK DAMME adjoyninge to ye land formerly in the possession of FRANCIS JORDEN and now in possession and occupacon of WILLIAM BUNBURY runninge alonge a line of marked trees South Easterly Northerly to ye place begunn att To Have and To Hold unto the said WILL. FITZHUGH. In Wiliness whereof I have sett my hande and Seale this first day of June 1691 ye said lande beinge formerly sold to RICHARD PEARCE of Stafford County CARPENTER by ROBERT HOWSON of the aforesaid County Gent. by Deed dated ye 29th day of August 1665 and recorded in the said County Court records the 30th day of August followings and I ye said EDMUND PEARCE ye Son & Heir of ye said RICHARD PEARCE and claiminge ye lande abovemenconed as heir aforesaid. In acknowledgement whereof I signe &Seale this ye day &years above
      Signed in presence of WILL. BUNBURY,EDMUND PEARCE JOELL STRIBLING; WILLIAM WILLFORD, HENRY NELSON
      Mem. This 3d day of June 1691. Livery & Seizin given by EDMUND PEARCE to WM. FITZHUGH by delivery of ye postes of ye House &Turfe & Twigge upon ye lande before us WILL BUNBURY. JOELL STRIBLING
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      pp. 226- 227 TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I JOSEPH NEWTON of Stafford County this Twenty sixth day of January 1691 for & in consideration of two Negros and Twenty one hundred thirty five pounds of tobacco & caske paid by WILLIAM FITZHUGH of ye aforesaid County have sold unto the said WM. FITZHUGH his heires for ever one tract of lande containinge Three hundred acres now att present in ye tenure off JOHN ADDERTON beinge in ye County of Stafford & being part of a purchase of lande by JOHN NEWTON Father of ye said JOSEPH NEWTON of JOHN MANLEY and RESTITUTE his Wife beinge Eight hundred and fifty acres by Deed of Feoffmt, bearings date ye 10th day of May 1683 & acknowledged & recorded in the County Court of Stafford ye 13th day of June followinge in wch Deed ye main titles sett forth beinge bounded beginninge att a great white oake standings upon ye North side of MACHODICK at Bever Dam beinge ye dividinge line between him & the lande of JAMES PRICEs from thence down ye said Damn to a white oake a Corner tree between this lande and JOHN NEWTON JUNR. thence North Westerly along a line of marked trees crossinge ye CHURCH ROAD to a redd oake corner tree thence Westerley dividinge this lande & the lande in possession of BENJA. NEWTON until] it comes to PRICES line and soe to ye beginninge. In Wittness whereof I have sett my hande & Seale
      In presence of BENJAMIN NEWTON.. JOSEPH NEWTON JOELL STRIBLINGE
      I SARAH NEWTON Wife of JOSEPH NEWTON doe appoint JAMES HEARSE my Attorney to ,acknowledge in Court my accquittal to ye right of Dower of abovesaid Lande Wittness my hande this 28th day of January 1691/2
      This within Deed of Sale was acknowledged to ye aforesaid Coll. WILLIAM FITZHUGH by ye said JOSEPH NEWTON and JAMES HEARSE Attorney of SARAH the Wife of JOSEPH NEWTON on the 10th day of Febry 1691/2 and was then recorded
      I JOSEPH NEWTON doe assigne & male over all my Right to this within Deed. Wittness my hande this 26th day of January 1691
      BENJAMIN NEWTON.. JOSEPH NEWTON JOELL STRIBLINGE
      This above assignment relation to a Deed of Sale of JOHN NEWTON SENR, to JOSEPH NEW-TON his Swine beareinge date ye third day of Aprill 1686 and then acknowledged in Stafford Court on ye 10th of June followinge in ye same year and was now acknowledged to ye above said WM. FITZHUGH in ye County Court of Stafford aforesaid on ye 10th day of Febry 169112 &was then recorded
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      pp 229a - 230 THIS INDENTURE made betwixt WM. FITZHUGH of Stafford County of one part & JOEL STRIBLINGE of ye aforesaid County Planter on other part Wittnesseth this 8th day of December in ye yeare 1691 That said WILLIAM FITZHUGH late devised to forme lett one tract of land contayniage about one hundred acres in Stafford County & beinge ye 4th part of a Divident of Lande formerly belonginge to RICHARD PEIRCE and by said WM, FITZHUGH purchased of said RICHARD PEIRCE and bounded beginninge alt a marked Beach standinge upon ye edge of ye Dam beinge a Corner tree of HENRY NELLSON Lande & runninge ye said line East to a marked red oake thence E by N to a marked pohickory thence NE to a marked Beach standinge upon edge of ye Dam wch is a Corner tree betweene this lande and ye lande in possession of JOEL STRIBLINGE thence W by S alonge ye Dam to ye place begun for & in consideration of ye Rents duties hereafter mentioned dureinge ye terme of ye naturall lives of JOEL BENJAMIN and THOMAS STRIBLINGE three sonnes of ye said JOELL STRIBLINGE or ye Longest liver of them payinge therefore yearely dureinge ye terme aforesaid unto ye said WILLIAM FITZHUGH his heires upon ye said Plantation & Rowleinge it to a convenient Rowleinge House to ye Water Side all ye Feast of St. Luke being ye 18th day of October ye neat sume of Four hundred & fifty pounds of merchantable Tobacco Casks to containe ye same as alsoe yearley & every yeare att time aforesaid four Capons hens or pullets and if yearley Rent unpaid Twenty dayes after it shall be lawfull for WM. F1TZHUGH into ye said land to enter, if at any time said JOELL STRIBLINGE shall change or renew a life provided he pay to ye said WILLIAM FITZHUGH for renewinge or changinge one whole years rent Wittness whereof sett their hands Seales
      In presence of us GEORGE READE, WILLIAM. FITZHUGH
      HENRY NELLSON, WILL. KINGE
      Recorded the 1 th day of Febry 1691/2

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