Joseph AndersonAbt 1690 - 1729 (~ 39 years)
Name Joseph Anderson Birth Abt 1690 Gender Male Death 16 Dec 1729 South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Person ID I114457 Tree1 Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
Family Elizabeth MNU Anderson, b. Abt 1694 d. Aft 1730, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia (Age ~ 37 years) Marriage Bef 1712 South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Children 1. Joseph Anderson, b. Bef 1712, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. 19 Aug 1735, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia - probate (Age > 23 years) [Father: natural] 2. Thomas Anderson, b. Bef 1714, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. Aft 1745, Fairfax County, Virginia (Age > 33 years) [Father: natural] 3. Henry Anderson, b. Bef 1716, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia [Father: natural] 4. Jemima Anderson, b. Bef 1721, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. Aft 1737, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia (Age > 18 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F48479 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
1722-1730 Essex County, Virginia Wills, Bonds & Inventories, No. 4; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 320. Bond of Robert Greaves and Eliza. his wife as administrators of Joseph Anderson. Unto William Dainger field, Thomas Waring, Nicholas Smith and Richard Tyler junr. Gent., justices. For £500 current Money. 16 Dec. 1729. Securities,
John Edmondson and Richard Bush.
16 Dec. 1729. Acknowledged.
1722-1730 Essex County, Virginia Wills, Bonds & Inventories, No. 4; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 339-,40. Joseph Anderson. Inventory. Made pursuant to order of 16 Dec. 1721. Presentedby Mr. Robert Graves and Elizabeth (x) Graves, his wife, administrators, who sign. Total valuation [£87.19.1-1/2], including two Negroes valued at £40.
17 Feb. 1729 (1730]. Returned.
1716-1718 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 15, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 46-47.
Will of Richard Brasier of Southfarnham Parish in Essex-County being sick and weake, dated 19 April 1717. Unto my brother John Brasier 50 acres of land of the point joining to the Gleabe swamp near to Covington's mill dam.
All the rest of my land and plantation unto William Hudson's three sons; vizt. his own two sons William and John and his son in law Robert Davis:
William Hudson, my sole executor.
The 50 acres given unto my brother John be under the care of my executor William Hudson until the return of my brother John from where he has gone to and if My brother never returns the 50 acres to be divided equally to Wm. Hudson's three sons.
Richard (R Brasier
Wit: Joseph -[X) Anderson, Elliner [x] Moddy, Fran Moore
21 May 1717. Proved by Francis Moore, Joseph Anderson and Ellenor Moody.
1718-1721 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 16; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 282-85.
28-28. Jan, 1720/21. Richard Kilpin of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, to Joseph Anderson of So. Farnham Parish, Essex County. Lease and release; for £28 sterling. 316 acres in St. Ann's Parish ....near Wm. Daniel's plantation ... crossing the head of Potabago swamp ... Enoch Doughty's [Dawty's in release] old line ... Emerson's corner ... Mackenny's corner.
Wit: John(J) Ward, Willm. Harding, John Naylor.
21 March 1720 . Acknowledged by Richard Kilpin.
1718-1721 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 16; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 285-86.
16 Jan, 1720/21. I Joseph Anderson of Southfarnham Parish, Essex County, having bought of Kilpin of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, 316 acres in St. Ann's Parish 13-14 Jan, 1720/21, for natural affection and tender respects that I bare unto my well beloved three sons Joseph Anderson, Thomas Anderson and Henry Anderson. All that tract abovementioned after my loving wife's decease Eliza Anderson and mine Joseph Anderson, and, not before.
Joseph (X) Anderson
Wit: Benja, Morris, John Hayes,
21. March 1720 ... Acknowledged by Joseph Anderson.
1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 10
BE IT KNOWN to all men that I ELIZABETH HOYLE do appoint Mr. EDWARD SEARLES my Lawful! Attorney to make over & acknowledge to JOSEPH ANDERSON 120 acres of land being on Piscataway Creek I say I do freely ordain sd Edward Searles to act in my stead As Witness my hand and Seal this 19th day of February 1721/22.
JAMES STIGLER, Eliza: Hoyle
At a Court held for Essex County the 20th day of February 1721
This Powr. of Attorney is admitted to record.
1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 11-13
THIS INDENTURE made fifteenth/sixteenth day of February 1721 & in the Eighth year of the Reign of the King that now is over great Brittain & Between SAML. HOYLE of King George County Virginia & Plant. & his Wife of one part and JOSEPH ANDERSON of the Parish of Southfarnham in County of Essex Planter Witnesseth that sd Samuel Hoyle & Eliza his wife for sum fifty pounds sterl money of great Brittain do hereby confirm unto sd Joseph Anderson all that tenement which sd Joseph Anderson now rents of the sd Hoyle being in the Parish of Southfarnham near Piscataway fferry being part of a tract granted by Pattent unto GEORGE KILLMAN bounded Beginning at a corner Wallnut Tree joyning the lands of Mr. GRAVES, Mr. MORE & Mr. CROW thence along the sd Mr. Crows line to a hickory in or near a Forde road meeting HENRY HARRAWAY line thence along the sd Haraways line to a white oak on the side of COVINGTONS Mill Creek thence along the said Creek to sd Graves line which leads to the place of Beginning containing 100 acres .. .
Presence of WILLM HUDSON, Samll, Hoyle
JNO BRASIER, JNO; NAYLOR
At a Court held for Essex County the 20th February 1721
This Lease & Release admitted to record
Also the same day Came into Court Eliza. Hoyle (the Wife of the sd Saml. Hoyle) by EDWARD SEARLES her Attorney & freely relinquisht her right of Dower which is admitted to record
1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 273
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that We JOHN EVANS & RICHARD COVINGTON are bound unto JOSEPH ANDERSON his heirs in Sum of Five pounds Sterl. to ye wch paymt well & truely bind ourselves this 20th day of Novembr. 1723.
THE CONDITION of the above Obligation is such that Whereas this day in Essex County Court in a petition referred by John Evans agt Joseph Anderson the said petition was dismist & the Plt upon motion had appeal granted to ye eighth day of the next Genll Court giving security according to Law if therefore said Appellant shall appear & prosecute the said appeal at the next Genll. Court & shall stand & abide ye award and Judgment of the sd Court & pay the damages of sd fifteen pr cent which the Law gives if cast in said appeal that then this obligation to be void otherwise to stand
In presence of RICHD TUNSTALL John Evans
At a Court continued & held for Essex County 20th Novembr 1723
This Bond is admitted to record
1724-1728 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 18; [Antient Press]; Page 110-111
Know all men by these presents that We JOSEPH ANDERSON & NICHOLAS SMITH are firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord George in just sum of Ten thousand pounds of Tobacco Witness our hands & Seals this 21st day of September 1725
The Condition of this obligation is such that above bound Joseph Anderson hath obtained a licence to keep an ordinary at his house at PISCATAWAY FERRY if therefore said Joseph doth constantly find and provide in his said Ordinary good wholesom & cleanly Lodging and Diet for travellers and Stableage fodder and provender or pasturage and provender as the Season shall require for their horses for & during the term of one year from the 21st day of September and shall not permit any unlawful! gameing in his house nor on the Sabbath day suffer any to tipple more than is necessary then this obligation to be void otherwise to remain in force.
In presence of Joseph Anderson
W HENY, TERRETT Nicho. Smith
At Court held for Essex County the 21st day of September 1725
This Bond was admitted to record
1724-1728 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 18; [Antient Press]; Page 181-184
THIS INDENTURE made the seventeenth/eighteenth day of June 1725 Between ROBERT GRAVES of Southfarnham Parish in County of Essex & JOSEPH ANDERSON of County aforesaid Witnesseth that the said Robert Graves for sum of Seventy pounds Sterling mony he the said Robert doth hereby release unto the said Joseph his heirs a parcell of land containing one hundred acres in Parish of Southfarnham in County of Essex on the South side of Piscataway Creek which said land said Graves purchased of Mr. RICHARD PRICE and by said Price purchased of RICHARD WISE and by said Wise purchased of DANIEL AUSTIN and SUSANNA his Wife as by Deed will appear Beginning at the FERRY LANDING of Piscataway Creek and running up the said Creek its severall courses to a litle creek called Ralphs Creek and thence up that creek to a corner hickory standing on the said Creek & thence Northeast by a line of markt trees to Piscta,way Ferry ROAD and thence along the said Road to the Ferry Landing to its begining place
In Presence of SAMUEL CLAYTON Robert Graves
RALPH TUSUNES, JOHN HOBDAY,
THOS T WOOD
At Court held for Essex County 21st June 1726
This Release of Land indented was admitted to record
1724-1728 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 18; [Antient Press]; Page 223-224
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we JOSEPH SMITH, JOSEPH ANDERSON & NICHOLAS SMITH are bound unto our Sovereign Lord George in the full Sum of ten thousand pounds of Tobacco Witness our hands & Seals this 20th day of September 1726
THE CONDITION of this obligation is such that whereas Joseph Anderson hath obtained a license to keep an ordinary at PISCATAWAY FERRY if therefore Joseph doth constantly find & provide in his Ordinary good wholesom & cleanly lodging & diet for travellers and Stableage fodder & provender or pasturage & provender as the Season shall require for their horses during the term of one year from this the 20th day of this Instant September & shall not suffer or permit unlawfully gameing in his house nor on the Sabbath day suffer any to tiple or drink more than is necessary Then this Obligation to be void otherwise to remain in force
In presence of W HENRY. TERRETT Joseph Anderson
1728-1732 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 14; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 17
JOSEPH ANDERSON, 130 acs. (Escheat L.), Essex Co., in S. Farnham Par; adj. Mr. Clayton; Capt. Reuben Welch; Thomas Crow; Francis Moore; & Owen Owings; 24 Feb. 1730;p. 150. Escheated from John Terrell, dec'd., by inquisition under John Robinson, Esqr., Esch'r; &c; survey returned by Robert Brooke, Surveyor. 2 Lbs. Tobacco.
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