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

James Jackson

Male Bef 1652 - Aft 1699  (> 49 years)


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  • Name James Jackson 
    Born Bef 1652 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1699  St. Mary's Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I116113  Tree1
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2019 

    Father Richmond Co Va Jackson 
    Family ID F16624  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Susannah MNU Jackson,   d. Aft 1690, St. Mary's Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Bef 1683  Sittingborne Parish, Old Rappannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. William Jackson,   b. Bef 1674, Sittingborne Parish, Old Rappannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1701, St. Mary's Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 29 years)
     2. John Jackson,   b. Abt 1678, Sittingborne Parish, Old Rappannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1737, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 60 years)
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2019 
    Family ID F19114  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

    • 1665-1669 Order Book Northumberland Co Va
      Northumberland County Court 20th of January 1667/68, page 29
      - Certificate is granted THOMAS HOBSON for Five hundred acres of Lande for ye transportacon of tenne p:sons into this Colony, (vizt,)
      WM: BEALE WM: COLYAR KATE DANBERY
      JAMES JACKSON SAR: SWIFT THOS: WHITLEY
      EVAN JNO:SON WM CROFT HEN: DAVIS & WM. LEVER
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      1662-1666 Record Book Northumberland Co Va; page 115
      To all &c., Whereas &c., Now know yee that I the sd. FRAUNCES MORYSON Esqr. &c., grante unto Mr. HENRY WATTS One hundred sixty & six acres of land scituate in the County of Northumberland at the head of ( ) begining at a marked corner tree ( ) this land & the land of Major GEORGE COLCLOUGH ( ) the same South West two hundred and ( ) Branch falling into the SCOTTS CREEKE ( ) poles on the maine Woods; Northeast in ( ) MOTLEY & Northwest to the first ( ) land being due by & for the transporacon of ( ) into this Collony whose names are in the Records under this Pattent; To have & to hold &c., Dated this Twentieth day of July 1661
      FRANCIS MORYSON THO: LUDWELL, Secr.
      KNOWE ALL MEN by these pr:sents that I HENRY WATTS doe assigne my title unto this Land unto THO: HOBSON his heires &assignes for ever ( ) my selfe to acknowledge the sale of the sd: land therein contained unto the sd: THO: HOBSON next Court held for the County of Northumberland, Witnesse my hand this 16th 9br: 1663
      Teste THOMAS WEBB, HENRY WATTS
      JAMES JACKSON
      10th December 1663. This Assignemt. was acknowledged in Northumberland County Court by the said Mr. WATTS unto the sd. Mr. THOMAS HOBSON & is recorded with ye Pattent
      ===
      1674, Sept 2 James Jackson's earmark is crop in both ears and under keel on right and a nick above the ear and upper keel on the left ear and a nick under the ear. [Old Rappah Deeds 1672-6 p. 237]
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

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      URL title: Time Line for the Northern Neck Jackson / Tinsley / Rucker Lines
      Note:

      1672, April 24 Thomas Harper …later tobacco payment 'by George Jackson his heirs have given bargained sold and confirmed unto the aforenamed James Jackson of Rappa Co. planter …100 acres on South side of River, bounding up Edward Freeman's land .. Lower end of Piscaticon Cr .. patent to Thomas Harper and Robert Clements .. unto the said George Jackson and his heirs … wit: John Blake, John Rayney [Old Rappah 1670-72 p. 288. Linda note: this one is weird - could "James" be an error by the clerk and it's all George? Harper wit: to will George Jackson who left, sounds like this 100 acres, to Robert Eaid.]

      1673, Nov 18 John Prosser of Rappah Co. to Thomas Pannel .. 250 acres … wit: James Jackson, Xpher Metcalfe. [Old Rappah Deeds 1672-1676 p. 159-60]

      1678, Mar 8 Thomas White to James Jackson a bay horse having black mane, tail & legs .. wit: James Harrison, John Powell. Jun 19, 1679 James assigns title of horse to William Lamb wit: William Wine, John Powell. [Old Rappah D&W 1672-1676 p. 336]

      1678, Nov 13 James Jackson assign to Jeremy Long .. 120 acres (signed) James Jackson wit: James Harrison, John Rowzie [Old Rapah D&W 1677-1682 p. 230] July 1, 1679 James and Susanna Jackson appt John Powell to ack sale of land on head of Golden Vale Creek in freshes of Rappa … wit: James Harrison, Henry (his mark) Thackery. (signed) James Jackson, Susanna Jackson

      1679, Dec 2 John Vickars of Upper Precincts of Rappah Co. … to William Smith … 100 acres, ye lower side of Golden Vale Cr .. part of Devident belonging to John Waight, and by him willed to my wife Elizabeth Vickers, land lying back of parcel sold to James Jackson … wit to power of atty: John Powell, Daniell Mariott [Old Rappah D&W 1677-1682 p. 273-4]

      1682, Jan 2 James and Mary Orchard to James Jackson, planter, … 150 acres in Sittingborn Parish, North side Rappa River … to great Swamp .. wit: Moses Hubbert, Joshua Davis, Jo: Taverner [Old Rappah Deeds Bk 7 p. 64-5]

      1683, Dec 17 James Jackson to James Harrison ... 75 acres on North side Rappa River .. purchased of James Orchard, the said land lying back of 75 acres sold to William Griffin ... wit: John Vickars, William Mathews. (signed) James Jackson. [Old Rappah Deed Bk 7 p. 78-9] Susannah Jackson app't James Orchard atty to relinq dower Jan 2, 1683[4]. (signed) Susannah (her mark) Jackson wit: William and Jane (her mark) Griffin. Ditto 75 acres to William Griffin ... [page 79-81 Linda note: this doesn't show Susannah signing by mark. Deed to Griffin repeated [p81-82] SusAnne (S her mark) Jackson with Mary (her mark) Orchard and Charles Charleron witnessing power of atty to James Orchard.

      1684, May 2 Henry Fleet to James Jackson .. 119 Ό acres per Mr. William Moseley, Surveyor, in Rappahannock Neck .. up to John Cole' house ... to Gutt .. wit: Bru: Hodgsson, William Tayler. [Old Rappah Deed Book 7 p. 106-7]

      1685, Dec 31 James Jackson to Edward Newton .. 59 acres, part of tract of 119 acres purchased of Fleet … bounded by Mr. Henry Fleet now Mr. Mottrum Wright's land, John Colend, Henry Burditt and myself … wit: James Harrison, William Carethers. (signed) James Jackson, Susanna (S her mark) Jackson. [Old Rappah Deeds Book 7 p. 240-41]

      1686, May 28 James Jackson assign to John Browne .. 60 acres wit: Angell Jacobus, Richard (R ) Green, John Rice. [Old Rappah Deeds Book 7 , p.241-2] This indenture … James Jackson of Parish of Citenburrough .. planter and Susanna his wife … to John Brown of Farnham Parish, Merchant … 60 acres .. West side Rappah Cr .. 119 acres per Survey between two branches .. adj land John Cole and old plantation which said Fleet dwelleth upon … now Mottrum Right … past Cole House … except 59 acres sold out of the sd 119 to Edward Newton … wit: above (signed) James Jackson, Susanna (S her mark)

      1689, Jan 1 William Griffin to James Jackson .. 20 acres on Westward side of Orchards Swamp … part of 75 acre tract afsd Jackson sold my father William Griffin dec'd … wit: James Harrison, Alexander Doniphan [Old Rappah Deed Bk 8 p. 1] James Jackson and Doniphan then wit: deed Griffin to James Harrison [page 2]

      1689, Mar 6 James and Mary Orchard to John Burkett … part of patent to Capt. John Ware … by the Clear Br of Clift Creek, corner tree to tract by me sold to James Jackson .. to Mr. Harrison's cornfield fence … [Old Rappah Deed Bk 8 p. 7-8]

      1689, Nov 3 James Orchard to James Jackson .. 10 acres more or less North side Rappa River, NE line of Martin's patent … standing in Spring Br of sd Jackson's … to small ridge … to Main Swamp … wit: Charles Sepoo, Francis (his mark) Tayler. [Old Rappah Deed Bk 8 p. 79]

      1690, May 2 James Jackson of Sittinburne Parish … to Pithagoras Powell … 71 acres on North side River … corner of Green's .. to Clothworker's .. to Deep Br in line of Mr. Harrison .. wit: James Harrison, John Ball. (signed) James Jackson. [Old Rappah Deed Book 8, p. 138-9] Susanna (her mark) Jackson signed power of atty to Mr. James Harrison to release her dower

      1699, Mar 10 Wm Taylor, servant to James Jackson, adjudged 18 yrs of age. [Essex Orders p.144]

      1743, Mar 11 On petition James Jackson and report of viewers, it is ordered road be cleared as Jameson has turned it, Thomas Croucher, John Price, Philip Sanders and Ralph Smith's people assist in clearing. [Caroline OB 1742-1744 p. 160]
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      OLD RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
      ORDER BOOK, 1656-1664.

      Griffin, William. 1 Jan., 1683 5 Nov., 1684.
      Sons William and John;
      wife Janet executrix;
      witnesses Jane Harrison, James Jackson
      ===
      James Hughes 2006-02-10 13:56:01
      Note for: Lucy Stephen

      Old Rappahannock County, Virginia 1682-1686
      Susannah JACKSON land sold by her husband James JACKSON to James HARRISON. 2 Jan 1683 witness William Griffin and Jane Griffin
      ===
      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
      WAIGHT, JOHN, 3 March, 1679 ; 3 September, 1679.
      To daughter Mary Waight the upper part of my Land on the upper Side the Creek and 100 acres of Land more I give to Elizabeth Vickers wch : lyeth Back of That I formerly Sould to James Jackson and my Sonne Robert Waight the Remainder of the Seate the whole being 700 acres and my Daughter Mary to have Timber of her Brother Waight's Land for her use in building and what moveable Estate I have to be Equally Devided betwixt my Sonne and Daughter John and Mary and my Sonne Robert to be at age at eighteen years and I doe make John Vickers and William Griffin my Overseers to Look after my Estate untill the one is Married and the other at age and the Estate to remaine in the hands of John Vickers.
      Wit. GEORGE LODGE, STEPHEN FUELL, aged 26 years or thereabouts.
      Page 151
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      Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed & Will Book 6, Part I - 1677-1678; Antient Press: pg 151-153
      This 3d day of March 1679
      IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen, I JOHN WAIGHT of the Parish of SITINBURN in the County of Rappae. Plantr: being in perfect memory blessed be God for it doe make this my last Will & Testament & by this Revoaking all other Wills in maner ' & form as followeth:
      I bequeath my Soule to God that gave it, & my body to be buried at ye Discretion of my Surviving Friends, & as for my worldly Estate in manor following: the uper part of my land on the uper side the Creek I give to my Daughter, MARY WAIGHT, & an hundred acres of land more I give to ELIZABETH VICKERS wch lyeth back of that I formerly sould to JAMES JACKSON & my Sonne, ROBERT WAIGHT, the Remainder of the Seale the whole being Seven hundred acres & my Daughtr: MARY, is to have Timber of her Brother, ROBERT WAIGHTs, land for her use in building & what moveable Estate I have to be equally devided betwixt my Sonne & Daughter, JOHN and MARY, & my Sonne ROBERT to be at age at Eighteene & I do make JOHN VICKERS & WILLIAM GRIFFIN my Overseers to look after my Estate untill the one is married & the other at age & the Estate to remain in the hands of JOHN VICKERS As Witness my hand & Seale
      Testes GEORGE LODGE, JOHN WAIGHT
      STEPHEN FEUELL
      At a Court held for Rappae. County 7br: ye 4th: 1679
      It is ordered that JAMES HARRISON, Mr: HUGH WILLIAMS & Mr: JOHN BOWSIE meete & apprise the Estate of the above Testator as soon as may be & make return thereof to the next Court & that they be Sworn by Mr: ANTHONY SAVAGE for their Just proceedings therein: Vera Copia Test EDMD: CRASKE Cl Cur
      STEPHEN FEUELL aged 26 yeares or thereabouts doth depose that he did see the within named Testator Signe Seale and publish the within mentiond: to be his last Will & Testament & that he was in perfect sence & meory at the Signing Sealing & publishing thereof to the best of his knowledge & further saith not
      STEPHEN FUELL
      Juratus est FUELL Cur Cur Rappae: 3d die 7bris Ano: 1679
      Recordatr.
      ===
      Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed & Will Book 6, Part I - 1677-1678; Antient Press: pg 162
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that JOHN WAIGHT of ye County of Rappae: Planter, doe hereby for my selfe my heires sell unto JAMES JACKSON of ye said County, Planter, to him his heires & assignes forever, one hundred & twenty acres of land being & beginning at a white Oake standing at ye Pocoson side opposite ye TOBACCO HOUSE of JOHN WAIGHT & runing for breadth North West to ye MAIN RUNN & running for length up ye MAIN RUNN to a marked Pohikikery agst & opposite to ye cleare ground of ye plantacon whereon JOHN CROW formerly did live, it being commonly called ye NUT GROVE, being upon ye South side of ye Runn, & from thence running up ye branch for breadth to a line red Oak & from thence by a marked line North East. to ye first marked white Oake ye beginning corner tree, it being a hundred & twenty acres wch said pcell of land I ye said WAIGHT doe hereby warrant to ye sd JACKSON his heires from ye clayme of any persons whatsoever wth all rights & priviledges thereunto belonging, by any grant from or: Soveraigne ye King, Allsoe I ye said WAIGHT doe acknowledge to have received full satisfaction for ye same, he ye sd JACKSON paying ye quit rents of ye same; finally & I ye said WAIGHT allow this to be to all intents & purposes as binding & valid as if were exprest in ye prcise tearmes of Law, as Witness my hand & Seale this 25th day of Febry, 1677/8
      Signed Sealed & Delivered in
      ye prsence of us SYMON MILLER, JOHN WAIGHT
      JNO. BOUTON
      Recognitr in Cur Com Rappae: 6 die Martii 1677/8
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I JAMES JACKSON of Rappa: County appoint my loveing Freind, HENRY BERRY, my true & lawful' attorney for me & in my stead to receive ye acknowledgemt. of One hundred & twenty acres of land bought of JNO. WAIGHT as Witness my hand and Seale this 23 of Febry, 1677/8
      EDWARD JAMES JAMES JACKSON
      WILLIAM BANHIG
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      Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed & Will Book 6, Part II - 1679-1682; Antient Press: pg 230
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I the within mentioned JAMES JACKSON doe for me my heires or Administrs, assigne over unto JEREMY LONG or his heires & assignes forever, One hundred & twenty acres of land within specified with all the priviledges thereunto belonging, having allready received full satisfaction for the same, warranting the sale of the aforesaid land to the said JEREMY LONG his heires and assignes forever, In Witness whereof I have sett my hand & Seale this 13th of Nober: 1678 Signed Sealed and Delivd, in
      prsence of us JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACKSON
      JOHN BOWZIE
      Recognitr in Cur Com Rappae; 2 die Julii 1679
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that wee JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA JACKSON doe hereby appoint our Freind, JOHN POWELL, to be our lawful! attorney to acknowledge the Sale of One hundred and twenty acres of land being on the head of GOLDEN VALE CREEK in the freshes of Rappae: unto JEREMY LONG or Attorney, holding for firme and valid what our said Attorney doth in the prmises, as Witness our hands & Seales this first day of July 1679
      Witness: JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACKSON
      HENRY THACKERY SUSANNA JACKSON
      Recordatr xxx die Julii 1679
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 7, Part I - 1682-1686; Antient Press: pg 64-65
      THIS INDENTURE made the second of January 1682 and in the five and thirtieth
      yeare of the Raigne of oer: Soveraigne Lord King Charles the second &c. Between JAMES ORCHARD of the County of Rappa: Planter, and MARY his Wife of the one part and JAMES JACKSON of the said County alsoe Planter of the other part Witnesseth that the sd JAMES ORCHARD and MARY his Wife for Two thousand and Eight hundred pounds of Tob: in Cask to them paid have sold unto the said JAMES JACKSON his heires all that pcell of land contaying and laid out for One hundred and fifty acres being in the Parish of Sittingbourn and County aforesaid on the North side of the Rappa: River there begining at a Gum at the Topp of a great hill (of wch the Survay of the said ORCHARD makes mention) and runing S. E. to a red Oake, thence W. to a Maple in a great Swamp, thence N. W. cutting the maine Swamp divers times to a Stake by a pockicckory, thence Ea. No. to the first mentioned Gum togeather with all proffitts to the said land belonging with all the right of them the said JAMES ORCHARD and MARY his Wife have as well as all the right of them by force and venue of the Last Will & Testamt. of WALTER WEIRE deceased formerly the Husband of the said MARY, who was formerly owner to the sd land or by venue of an order of Court whereby the said JAMES ORCHARD was impowered to be invested with all the right and interest of GEORG JONES to the same land or by any other means whatsoever To have and to hold the said One hundred and fifty acres of land with all the rights unto the said JAMES JACKSON his heirs Subject nevertheless to the quitrents and services due to his Majties and said JAMES ORCHARD and MARY his Wife hereby will forever warrant and will within the time limitted by Law in that case acknowledge this prsent Deed before his Majties Justices of the peace for this County In Witness whereof the parties have sett their hands and seales
      Sealed and delivered in the prsents of us
      MOSES HUBBERT JAMES ORCHARD
      JOSHUA DAVIS MARY in ORCHARD her marke
      JO: TAVERNER
      Recognitr in Cur Rappa: 5 die 7bris 1683 et recordatr ni die
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 7, Part I - 1682-1686; Antient Press: pg 78-79
      THIS PRSENTS may testifie that I HENRY FLEET of the County of Rappa: Gent. for Twenty three pounds Eighteen Shill: in hand reced p me HENRY FLEET of JAMES JACKSON of the aforesaid County doe sell unto the said JAMES JACKSON one hundred nineteen and one quarter of an acre of land according to a Survay made p Mr. WM. MOSELEY, Surveyor, being scituate in RAPPAHANNOCK NECK runing W. No, from a small pockickory by a branch side along a line of marked trees of Mr. HENRY FLEETs to a Stake by another Hicckory neere a branch wch passeth up to JOHN COLE his House, thence down the said branch its severall courses to a black Oake upon a pointe p another Gutt, thence up the said Gutt or branch its severall courses to the first mentioned Station for wch said land I HENRY FLEET do acknowledge to have received full satisfaction and relinquish and transfer all oer: right and claims with all pfitts, & pvilidges, unto the said JAMES JACKSON To have and to hold occupy and possess the said land to me the said HENRY FLEET granted by Pattent, the said JAMES JACKSON paying the quitrents for the said One hundred nineteen & 1/4 acres of land sold unto him and doe alsoe obleidge me my heires to save and defend the said JAMES JACKSON against all persons that shall molest him in his quiet enjoyment & possession of the said land In Witess whereof I have sett my hand and seale this second dy of May in the yeare of oer; Lord 1684 and in the thirty sixth yeare of oer: Lord King Charles the second &c Signed sealed and delivered in the prsence of
      BRU: HODGSSON, HENRY FLEET
      WM: TAYLER ELIZABETH FLEET
      I ELIZA: FLEET p these prsents freely and volluntarily relinquish all my right and Interest of thirds of the said land above specified as my Dower unto JAMES JACKSON as Witness my hand and Seale
      Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa 7 die May 1684 et Recordatr 16 die
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1683-1685; Antient Press: pg 86
      Rappahannock County ourt 6th of May 1685
      - JAMES JACKSON is ordered to officiat as CONSTABLE in the roome of JOHN GARTON this ensueing yeare
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 7, Part II - 1686-1688; Antient Press: pg 240-242
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JAMES JACKSON of the County of Rappa: Planter, for Four thousand five hundred pounds of Tobb: and cask to me already paid by EDWARD NEWTON of the sd County, Planter, have sold the abovesd EDWARD NEWTON and his heires forever a parcell of land containing Fifty nine acres being part of a. tract of One hundred and nineteen acres of land bought by me the sd JACKSON of Mr. HENRY FLEET being on the uppers side of RAPPA: CREEK and bounded by the lines of Mr. HENRY FLEET, now Mr. MOTTRUM WRIGHTs land, JOHN COLEND, HENRY BURDITT and myself, To have and to hold the sd Fifty nine acres of land with all priviledges belonging in as ample manner as was granted unto me from Mr. HENRY FLEET the sd NEWTON paying unto our Sovereigne Lord the King the quit rents accustomed, And I do further oblige myself to keep the sd EDWARD NEWTON harmless and indemnified against any persons that shall unjustly molest or disturb him in the quiet. enjoyment of the sd land and I do oblige myself to acknowledge this Instrument of Writing in the County Court of Rappa: after the sd NEWTON hath made his first payment according to Specialty and will cause my Wife to acknowledge her free consent to relinquish and transfer her right of Dower in the land In Witness I have sett my hand and seale this 31st day of December 1685
      Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of us
      JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACXSON
      WM. CARETHERS SUSANN JACKSON her mark
      Acknowledged in Rappa: County Court by JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife the
      7th day of July 1686 and record the 17th die
      The Within Deed Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of
      JOHN ALMOND
      EDW. THOMAS
      I JAMES JACKSON for me my heires doe assigne and make over to JOHN BROWNE his heires or assignes the within Deed of Sale for Sixty acres of land according to a Deed of Sale this day made to him and do warrant the same as witness my hand and seale the
      28th day of May 1686
      Sealed and delivered in the presence of us
      ANGELL JACOBUS, JAMES JACKSON
      RICH: GREEN his mark
      JOHN RICE
      Acknowledged in Rappa County Court by JAMES JACKSON the 7th day of July 1686 and recorded the 17th
      THIS INDENTURE made the Twentie Eight day of May 1686 Between JAMES JACKSON of the Parish of Citenburrough and County of Rappa: Planter, and SUSANNA his Wife of the one part and JOHN BROWNE of the Parish of Farnham, Mercht., of the other part Witnesseth that the sd JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife in the consideration of the neet quantitie of Eight thousand five hundred pounds of Tobacco in caske and Five gallons of Rum, to the said JAMES JACKSON in hand by the said JOHN BROWNE well and truly paid the sd JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife have sold unto the sd JOHN BROWNE his heires all that parcell of land containing Sixty acres or more being in the County aforesd. on the West side of RAPPAHANNOCK CREEK being the Eastermost part and next the sd Creeke of One hundred and nineteen acres as p Survey between two branches of the sd Creeke adjacent to the land of JOHN COLE and the old Plantation which sd FLEET dwelleth upon at a small Hickory by a branch side in a line of marked trees of the sd FLEET (now MOTTRUM RIGHT) tuning along the line West North to a Stake by another Hickory neare the Branch which passeth to the COLE House thence down the Branch its several courses to a black Oake upon a point another Gutt and beareth thence up that sd Branch and Gutt its severall courses to the first men- cloned station with all its rights belonging and all Deeds concerning the same and all the rights of the said JAMES JACKSON (alwaise excepted Fifty nine acres sold out of the sd 119 acres to EDWARD NEWTON his heires &c,) and SUSANNA his Wife or either of them to have and to hold unto JOHN BROWNE his heires from henceforth subject nevertheless to the quit rents and services from henceforth shall grow due to be paid to the Kings Maties and the sd JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife the sd Tract of land hereby granted will warrant and defend for ever In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands and seales
      Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of
      ANGELL. JACOBUS, JAMES JACKSON
      RICHD. GREEN SUSANNA JACKSON her marke
      JOHN RICE
      Signed sealed and delivered by the sd SUSANNA JACKSON in the presence of us
      JOHN ALMOND
      EDWARD THOMAS
      Acknowledged by the above said JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife in the County Court of Rappa: the 7th day of July 1686 and recorded the 17th die
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      Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed Book 8 - 1689-1692; Antient Press: pg 1 - 2
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WILLIAM GRIFFIN of the County of Rappa., Plantr,. have for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred pounds of Tobb. and Caske to me already in hand paid, bargained sold enfeoffed and confirmed and by these presents do bargain sell aline and confirm unto JAMES JACKSON his heires or assigns forever a certain parcel of land containing about Twenty acres more or less lying in the Westward side of ORCHARDS SWAMP bounded by the Run there of being part of a Tract of land contayning Seventy five acres which the aforesaid JACKSON sold unto my Father, WM. GRIFFIN deced, as by a Deed granted may more fully appear; To have and to hold the sd parcell of land with all pertinances and herditaments there unto belonging by him the sd JACKSON his heirs and assigns forever without the lett molestation Interruption Eviction or ejection of me the said GRIFFIN my heirs or Admrs, or any other person or persons whatsoever claiming my right or title thereunto and I the sd GRIFFIN do further oblige my self my heires to warrant the sale of the sd land unto the said JACKSON his heires or assigns or any other person or persons whatsoever claimining in by from or under me my heirs and Admrs.; I doe alsoe oblige myself my heirs & Admrs, to acknowledge this Deed in the County Court of Rappa: within six months after the date of these Presents that it may be enroled according to Law and that I will cause my Wife to do the same. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seale this first day of January 1688/9
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      JAMES HARISON, WM. GRIFFIN
      ALEXR. DONIPHAN
      Recognitr in Cur Compt Rappa 2nd die Janry Ano 1688 Test WM. COLSTON Cl Cur.
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WILLIAM GRIFFIN of County of Rappa: Planter, for and in consideration of the sum of four thousand two hundred pounds of Tobb: in Cask to me in hand paid by these presents do sell and confirm unto JAMES HARISSON of County aforesd. Gent. his heirs a certain tract of land containing Seventy and four acres which my Father, WILLIAM GRIFFIN deced. purchased from JAMES JACKSON situate lying and being in County of Rappa: on North side of the River about half a mile back of JAMES ORCHARDs Plantation begining at a Maple in a Great Swamp and runing thence East to a Stake by two small red Oakes neere an old field, thence W. cuting over a main branch to a Stake by a Hickory and a small Walnut, thence W: S: to another Stake upon a Hill side by a Hickory, thence S: East to the first mentioned Maple; To have and to hold occupie and enjoy the aforesd. Tract of land by him said JAMES HARISSON his heirs with all houses, orchards fences and all other appurtenances and hereditaments thereunto belonging or anywise appertaining without the lett interruption eviction of me my heirs or Admrs, or any other person whatsoever only the aforesd. HARISON must lay no claim to a small Peice of land on the Westward side of ORCHARDS SWAMP about 15 or 20 acres more or less which is included within the aforementioned bounds but lately sold by me to JAMES JACKSON whereon he now lives and the Run in the swamp make the Division and I the said GRIFFIN do hereby for myself my heirs warrant the sale of the premises to the said HARISSON his heirs from the claime or title of any person or persons whatsoever and further I do oblige myself my heirs to acknowledge the Deed in the County Court of Rappa: within six months after date of these presents that it may be there recorded according to Law. In Witness whereof I have in confermation of the premises hereunto set my hand and Seale this first day of January 1688/9
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
      DONIPHAN, WILLIAM GRIFFIN
      JAMES JACKSON
      Recognitr. in Cur: Cort 2nd die January Ano 1688
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      Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed Book 8 - 1689-1692; Antient Press: pg 138-139
      NOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JAMES JACKSON of Parish of Cittinburne in ye County of Rappa, Planter, for a valuable consideracon (vizt) the sum of Fifteen hundred pounds of good Tobacco and caske to me in hand paid by PITHAGORAS POWELL of aforesd Parish and County, Plantr., doe sell unto PITHAGORAS POWELL his heirs a certain tract of land conteyning Seventy and one acres being in Parish and County aforesd and on the North side the River some Nineteen outes back in the woods Begining at a Spanish Oake corner tree of GREENes in line of CLOTHWORKERs and runing along sd CLOTHWORKERs line to a Hickory sapling in a Deep Branch in line of Mr. HARRISON, thence along his line W. to a white Oake corner tree to a Gum upon a hill on a Branch corner tree of Mr. HARRISON, thence over the branch W. to a white Oake corner tree of Mr. GREEN, thence along sd GREENs line S. E. to the first mentioned Spanish Oake To have and to hold the sd Seventy and one acres of land with all the appertinances belonging to him sd PITHAGORAS POWELL his heirs without the lett of me sd JAMES JACKSON my heirs and I do further oblige myself to acknowledge this Deed in the County Court of Rappa within six months and also that I will cause my Wife to do the same either by her self or Lawfull Attorney In Confirmacon I have set my hand and seaie this second day of May 1690
      Signed sealed and delivered in presents of us
      JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACKSON
      JOHN BALL
      Recognitr in Cur Comt Rappa 7 die Maii 1690
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I SUSANNA JACKSON, Wife of JAMES JACKSON, do appoint my loving Friend, Mr. JAMES HARRISON, to be my lawful Attorney for me to acknowledge at the Court of Rappa County my part of a parcell of land sold by my Husband, JAMES JACKSON, to PITHAGORAS POWELL as by Deed may appear As Witness my hand and seale this 6th day of May One thousand six hundred and ninety
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in presents of us
      SUSANNA JACKSON

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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=24&last=&g_p=G5&col lection=NN Grant
      Title Brown, William.
      Publication 27 May 1714.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Richmond County.
      Description: 77 acres said land being formerly sold by James Jackson to James Harrison, and by said Harrison sold to Territ, and by Territ sold to said Brown.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 5, 1713-1719, p. 24 (Reel 289).
      Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No.5 1713-1719. (reverse).

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