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

George Haslock

Male Bef 1627 - 1663  (> 36 years)


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  • Name George Haslock 
    Born Bef 1627 
    Gender Male 
    Died 9 Jul 1663  North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I082234  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 

    Children 
     1. Deborah Haslock,   b. Abt 1647, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1 Apr 1696, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 49 years)
     2. Joanna Haslock,   b. Bef 1651, West Riding, York, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1673 and 1690, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 22 years)
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F40724  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Research Notes from Gloria J. Tune

      Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. I
      Richmond County Records, 1704-1724, pp. 303-304
      page 303
      p. 75.
      05 Feb. 1712/13
      "These Following Interrogations was put to Mr Richard King by William Barber. Charles Barber and Stanley Goar. First Mr. Richard King you being an antient Man and an old stander in these parts, did you Ever hear George Haslock dec'ed Grand Father to Tho: Freshwater say that the line which parted his land and the lands of Tho: Robinson dec'ed went by his Clear ground which was under the hill near the said Haslocks house."

      "First Mr Richard Branham you being an Antient Man and Son in Law to Geo: Haslock dec'ed did you Ever hear him the said Haslock say that under the hill where Tho: Freshwater Dec'd father to Tho Freshwater built his house, the line which bounded his Land and parted it from Tho Robinson land Run"
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1 - 1656-1662: pg 110-111
      KNOW ALL MEN that I JOHN SHERLOCK of the County of Rappahanock Planter for a valluable consideration have granted unto Mr. GEORGE HASLOCK Merchant now living in the aforesaid County all my right & interest of Two hundred acres of land being upon the North side of RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER at the head of a devident of land formerly surveighed for the use of JAMES WILLIAMSON & lying on a Creek known by the name of TOTOSKEY & running for bredth from a marked red Oak NE by N by or nigh the Creeks side to a small branch deviding this land & the land allotted for the RAPPA. INDIANS & thence for length into the woods NW by W by the side of the aforesaid branch & for bredth againe SW by S to the land of said Mr. JAMES WILLIAMSON aforesaid by a line of markt trees SE by E to the place where the land first began & I the said JOHN SHERLOCK do by these presents firmly sell all my title & interest & claime of the said 200 acres of land for me my heirs & assignes to the aforesaid GEORGE HAS-LOCK his heirs or assignes to hold the said land with all its rights & I the said JOHN SHERLOCK do hereby promise to warrant & defend the aforesaid land by me sould against any person wtsoever claiming by from or under me But that GEORGE HASLOCK his heirs or assignes shall quietly enjoy the said Land without molestation of any person whatsoever & I the said JOHN SHERLOCK do hereby promise to acknowledge this my Sale of land in open Court to be upon record which I am called thereunto & for confirmattion I have set my hand & seale this 17th day of September One thousand Six hundred & Sixty
      Attest THO LIDDLE JOHN SHERLOCK
      THO ROBINSON, SAMUELL COCKINGE
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JUDETH SHERLOCK do make my well beloved Friend THOMAS ROBINSON my true & lawfull attorney for me & in my name as firm as if I myself were there present to acknowledge in Court a sett of Land lying at TATOSKEY in RAPPAHANNOCK to GEORGE HASLOCK being bought by him of my Husband JOHN SHERLOCK witness my hand this Sixth day of November in the year 1660
      Test THO: FRESHWATER, JUDITH SHERLOCK
      QUINTILIAN SHERMAN
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1 - 1656-1662: pg 165
      THIS BILL Bindeth me GEORGE HASTOCK my heirs or assignes to pay unto JOHN PETERSON of BRISTOLL Merchant the Junr the sum of one hundred eighty two
      pounds of good tobacco and caske upon the tenth day of October next ensuing date hereof As Witness my hand this 23 of February 61/62 more due upon this Bill 29 lb Test JOHN HULL GEORGE HASTOCK
      GEORGE PEARCE
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1 - 1656-1662: pg 165
      THIS BILL Bindeth me JOHN SHERLOCK my heirs or assignes to pay unto JOHN PETERSON JUNR. of BRISTOLL Merchant the sum of Three hundred and Six
      pounds of Tobo according to Act and Cask at some convenient place in Rappahanock County upon the tenth day of October next ensuing date hereof as Witness my hand this 23 day of February 61/62
      Testes JOHN HULL JOHN SHERLOCK
      GEORGE HASTOCK
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 2 - 1662-1664:
      HASLOCK, George 4, 43, 44, 83, 103
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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 131-132
      TO ALL etc. TO WHOME etc NOW KNOW YEE that I the sd WM. BERKELY Knt. Governer etc Doe wth the Consent of the Councell of State accordingly give and grant unto RICHARD BRAMHAM a parcel of land cont. 240 acres lying on the North
      side of Rappa. River and in the County of Rappa. & on the Westernside of Towskey Creeke in the woods bounding as followeth Vizt begining at a Corner marked wt oake standing at the head of the land belonging to GEO HAZELCOCKE deced & on the sideof a small Swamp dividing the land of the sd Hasclocke and JNO. SHERLOCKE thence Extending N.W: 50 degrees 206 p alongst the land of the sd Sherlock to a Corner marked Tree (at the heade of Geo. Hasclocks Land) adjoyning to the land of SAMLL. COGGEN 170 perches to the land of JAMES WILLIAMSON thence So. Easterly 44 Degrees 225 perches to a Corner marked tree at the head of George Hasclocks Land thence N. Easterly 40 Degrees 225 perches alongst the Head of Geo. Hasclocks Land to the place where it first began including the quantity aforesd the sd Land being due pr Transptacon of five five into nto this Colony etc, To Have & to Hold etc Provided etc Dated the 14th day of Octobr, 1665.
      William Berkeley
      Recordat in Com Rappa 20th Die 9bris 1666
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      1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 346-349
      TO ALL TO WHOM etc NOW KNOW YEE etc that I the said Sr, WM. BERKELEY Knt:
      I Governor etc doe wth the consent of the Councell of State accordingly give and
      grant unto RICHARD BRANHAM a parcell of land cont: 240 acres lying on the North side of Rappa. River in the County of Rappa. and on the Westward of Totoskey Creeke in the woods bounding as Followeth (Vitt) Begining at a corner marked wt oake standing in the head of the land belonging to GEORGE HASCLOCK deced and on the side of a small swampe dividing the land of the Hasclocke & JNO. SHERLOCKE thence Extending NW' 50 Degrees 206 poles a Longst the land of the sd Jno. Sherlocke to a Corner marked tree adjoyning to the land of SAMUELL COCK IN 170 poles to the land of JAMES WILLIAMSON thence So: Easterly 44 Degrees 225 poles to a corner marked tree at the head of George Hasclocks land thence N: Easterly 40 degrees 190 poles a Longst the head of George Hasclocks land to the place where it first began including the quantity aforesaid the said Land being due etc by Transptacon etc, To Have & to Hold etc. Provided etc Dated the 14th 8br 1667 etc
      W. Berkeley
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I RICH: BRANHAM of the County of Rappa. doe for & in consideracon of Two thousand pounds of Tob: and Caske to me in hand paid by JNO. DREWETT of the same County the Receipt whereof I doe accknowledge have bargained and sould unto the sd Drewett all this parcell of land within this pattent conteyned with all and every the premises as in the Pattent expressed unto him the sd John Drewett his heirs IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the
      16th 8br 1666
      Test THO: P COLLY Richard Branham
      THO: FRESHWATER
      I JOHN DREWETT doe for my heirs confirme and for Ever make over by virtue of this Reassignmt: all my right title and Interrest of the premises herein and by these presents menconed with all and every the apptences unto the said RICHARD BRANHAM his heires and assignes for Ever and doe oblidge my self by an accknowledgment in the County Court of Rappa. to Confirm the same. IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seale this First of January 1667.
      Test
      THO: FRESHWATER
      JOHN WAGGANER, John Drewett
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa. primo Die Januarii 1667/8
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      1670-1672 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 236-237
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents yt. I THOS. FRESHWATER by vertue of power I have from my Brother in Law RICHARD BRAMHAM do by these prsents acknowledge to have bargained & sold unto HENRY AUSTINE a certain pcell of land containing two hundred and forty acres lying on the North side of Rappa. River & County & of ye westward side of TOTESKEY CREEKE & beginning at a corner white Oake standing at the head of ye land of GEORGE HASSELCOCKE and on the side of a small dividing ye land of the sd HASSELCOCK & JOHN SHEARLOCK thence extending 50 degrees 206 poles alongst the land of ye sd SHERLOCK to a corner marked tree adjoyneing to the land of SAML.. COGGIN 170 poles to the land of JAMES WILLIAMSON deced thence South Easterly 44 degrees 225 poles to a corner marked tree at the head of GEORGE HASELOCKs land North Easterly 40 degrees 190 poles alongst ye head of ye sd HASELOCKs land to the place where it first begain To Have and To Hold the abovesd land with all ye apptenances thereunto belonging to him the said HENRY AUSTINE his heirs forever and furthermore I the sd THOMAS FRESHWATER doe in ye behalf of my said Brother in Law RICH: BRAMHAM obleige myself my heirs yt. him ye sd HENRY his heirs shall from time to time and at all times heareafter quietly & peaceably have hold & enjoy ye prmises with out the let in cumbrance or molestations of him the sd RICH. BRAMHAM his heirs or any other pson . In Wittness of which I have heereunto set my hand and seale this 4th day of May 1669
      Testes THOMAS GOULDMAN THO: FRESHWATER
      THOS.SHOES
      Recognitr. in Cur Rappa die 7bris 1669
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      Richmond Co Va Deed Book 5, 1708-1711 {Antient Press}; [page 160-161
      THIS INDENTURE made the first day of November one thousand seven hundred nine Between AUSTIN BROCKENBROUGH of the Pish. of FARNHAM and County of Richmond of one pte. and CHARLES BARBER of said Pish: & County of other pte.,
      Witnesseth that AUSTIN BROCKENBROUGH for Five shillings of lawfull money of England to me in hand paid by CHARLES BARBER do by these presents bargin and sell unto CHARLES BARBER his heirs all that p:cell of land from a marked white Oak standing at the head of the land of GEORGE HAISLOCK deceased and on the side of a small branch deviding this land and the land of JOHN SHERLOCK, thence extend North 50 degrees Westerly 206 poles along the land of said JOHN SHERLOCK to a corner marked tree adjoyning to the land of SAMUELL COCKIN, thence 170 poles to the land of JAMES WILLIAMSON, thence South 44 degrees Easterly 225 poles to a corner marked tree at the head of GEORGE HASLOCKs land, thence North forty degrees Easterly 190 poles along the head of GEORGE HASELOCKs land to the place where it first began, the said p:cell of land conteigning Two hundred and forty acres in the Pish: of FARNHAM and County of Richmond and now in the occupation of said CHARLES BARBER lying near the mouth of TOTTOSKE CREEK and on the North West side thereof and bounded as above, And all houses gardens, orchards priviledges and comodities whatsoever belonging; To have and to hold the said p:cell of land unto CHARLES BARBER his heirs during the full time of one whole year paing the Rents of one ear of Indian Corne on the feast day of the Birth of our Lord next ensueing if demanded to the intent that by vertue of these presents and of the statute for transferring uses into possession CHARLES BARBER may be in the actuall possesion of the premises and be therefore enabled to accept a grant of the Inheritance thereof, In Witness whereof the parties first above named hereunto hath interchangeably sett their hands and fixed their seals the day & year first written Signed sealed & delivered in the presents of
      GEO: HEALE, AUS: BROCKENBROUGH
      WM. FANTLEROY
      At a Court held for Richmond County December the 7th 1709
      AUSTIN BROCKENBROUGH subscribed came into Court and acknowledged this his Deed to CHARLES BARBER and at the motion of said BARBER was admitted to Record
      Test M. BECKWITH, CI Cur Examined p M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS, PATENT BOOK No. 4, page 433
      JAMES SAMFORD, 400 acs. Rappa. Co., on S.E. side of Totoskey Cr., 18 Mar. 1663/4, p. 115, (615). Opposite land of Thomas Robinson, running S. by E. &c. to the folly land, unto an Indian feild, towards a br. of Richards Cr. &c., opposite the new plantation of Geo. Haselock. Trans. of 8 pers: Mary Broder, Francis Scott, Jno. Mulris, A Malaton (?), James Felton, Geo (a) Scotchman, Symon Richardson, Mary Hamon.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS, PATENT BOOK No. 4, page 435
      JOHN CANNIDA, 200 acs. on S. side of Totoskey Cr., Rappa. Co., 18 Mar. 1663/4, p. 121, (624). Adj. land of James Samford, opposite the new plantation of George Haselocke &c.
      Trans. of 4 pers: Jno. Golding, Ed. Reeves, Ann Blandon, Wm. Griffin.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS, PATENT BOOK No. 5, page 459
      GEORGE HASELLOCK, (Haslelocke), 2250 acs. on N. side of Rappa. Co., 9 July 1663, p. 200, (95). Running along a maine br. at the head of Totoskey Cr. called the Cross Cr. &c. to chestnutt dividing this & land of Mr. SamlI. Griffin. Trans. of 45 pers: Ed. Bennett,
      Jno. Iriby, Nicho. Paris, Tho. Lane, Robt. Foster, Peter Rowen, Tho. Warren, Walter Horton, Lowry Statford, Elk. Lane, Katha. Streate (or Skeate), Noy (?) Burford, Wm.
      Attaway, Mary Price, Ann Burslitt, Henry Clay, Mary Loyd, Rich. Wait, Xtop. Rogers, Antho. Apostingall, 3 Negroes, Jno. Pitt, Jno. George, Sara Plumson, Demingo Brass (?), Demingo Demerense (?), Kate Phelpley, Jno. Young, 6 rights assigned by Michael
      Armes, Edw. Man, Jno. Wms., Tho. Travis, Wm. Tavernor, Jno. Harwell, Wm. Rauley, Wm. Cock Elia Growndy, Eliz. Morry.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS, PATENT BOOK No. 6, page 31
      MR. WILLIAM TRAVERS. 2650 acs. N. side of Rappa. Co., 27 Feb. 1667/8,
      p. 112. 2250 acs. granted to Mr. Thomas Chetwood & George Hasellock & by them assigned to sd. Travers; 400 acs. for trans. of 8 pers: Wm. Travers, Rebecca Travers, Rich. Harris, James Benning, Lancelott Fletcher, James Bird, Jno. Arler. Joane Claydon.

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