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

Abraham Marshall

Male Abt 1760 - 1805  (~ 45 years)


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  • Name Abraham Marshall 
    Birth Abt 1760  Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 1805  Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I12583  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

    Father Robert Rev. Marshall,   b. 23 Dec 1729, Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 26 Nov 1767, Amelia County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 37 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Mary Neal,   b. 1729, Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage Abt 1750  Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F8677  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Elizabeth Osborn,   b. Abt 1765, Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Marriage 1 Jan 1783  Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F8681  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
    • Children of Elizabeth OSBORNE and Abraham MARSHALL are:

      i. Fanny MARSHALL was born 1784 in Virginia, Amelia, Beaver Pond, and died 1827 in Virginia, Amelia Co.
      ii. Warren MARSHALL was born 1790 in Virginia, Amelia, Beaver Pond, and died 1845 in Virginia, Amelia Co. He married Nancy MARSHALL 08 DEC 1815 in Virginia, Amelia Co, daughter of Robert MARSHALL and Margaret OSBORNE. She was born 1797 in Virginia, Amelia, Beaver Pond.
      iii. Lucy MARSHALL was born 1793 in Virginia, Amelia, Beaver Pond. She married Peter Francis Virant QUENICHET 22 NOV 1815 in Virginia, Amelia Co.
      iv. Martha "Patsy" MARSHALL was born 1796 in Virginia, Amelia, Beaver Pond. She married Benjamin MOODY 23 APR 1813 in Virginia, Amelia Co.
      v. John MARSHALL was born 1799 in Virginia, Amelia, Beaver Pond, and died 22 JUL 1858 in Virginia, Amelia Co. He married Harriet E A LEATH 26 APR 1832, daughter of Jesse LEATH and Harriet MARSHALL. She died BEF 1850.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va/+index+5724800830 +F
      URL title: Amelia County, Virginia - Will Book 2 (partial)
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      Will Abstract of William Marshall, 1771-1772 - Amelia Co. VA

      Will of William Marshall as follows:
      Amelia Will Book 2, Page 53, April 11, 1771, Aug. 27, 1772. Will of William [X] Marshall of Raleigh Parish,Amelia County,Virginia.
      To wife Judith Marshall.
      To granddau. Elizabeth Marshall (under 16).
      To son William Marshall 400 acres where he now lives, and also my tract in Bedford Co. called "Whipping Creek".
      To daughter Elizabeth Marshall.
      To grandson Daniel Marshall.
      To granddau. Micha Marshall.
      To grandson William Marshall son of Robert Marshall, 200 acres being part of land whereon I now live bounded by Joseph Osborne's line. To grandson John Marshall son of Robert.
      To grandson Robert Marshall son of Robert.
      To grandson Abraham Marshall.
      To granddau. Judith Crowder.
      To granddau. Patty Marshall, Negroes, but if she dies without heirs then to my daughter Anne Crowder and to my granddau. Judith Crowder. To son-in-law William Crowder.
      Extrs. son William Marshall and son-in-law William Crowder.
      Witt: Alexander McNabb, Joseph Osborne, John Worsham.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

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      Amelia Co. Order Book 17

      The last will and testament of John Marshall, deceased, was proved by the oaths of David Neal and Thomas Neal, two of the witnesses, sworn to by Robert Marshall & Abraham Marshall, the executors named, and was recorded. The executors entered bond with Joseph Osborne and John Freeley, their securities in the sum of L3000. Certificate granted for obtaining probate of this estate.

      Ordered that Joseph Osborne, William Walthall, Matthew Farley, and Stephen Neal of any three of them appraise the slaves and personal estate of John Marshall, deceased, and return their appraisement to the Court.

      Amelia Co. Order Book 18

      An indenture of apprenticeship between Forrest Farley, son of Joseph Farley, deceased, of the one part and John Marshall, carpenter of the other part was with the consent and approbation of the court executed, and acknowledged by the parties, and is recorded.

      At a Court continued and held for Amelia County the 27th day of October 1786

      Ordered that William Brown, Moses Fewquay (Fuquay) John Black, and Micajah Pruit of any three of them do appraise the slaves if any and personal estate of John Marshall, deceased, who died in Campbell County, (Virginia) and return their appraisment to the Court.

      An indenture between Alexander Marshall, William Marshall, Daniel Marshall, and Archerbald Marshall of the one part and John Marshall of the other was proved by the oaths of Henry Walthall, John Clemons and Josiah Perkinson, the witnesses thereto and is recorded.

      John Gilliam, P vs. William Walthall and John Marshall D.} In Debt-D acknowledges the P's action. Court rules that P recover from the D (blank), and the debt in the declaration and his costs. The D in mercy pleads. This judgment is to be satisfied by the payment of (blank), with lawful interest thereon from (blank) to the time of payment, and his costs.

      Source:
      Amelia County Order Books 17 & 18
      June 1785-March 1788
      Transcribed by Reiley Kidd
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      Amelia Co. Order Book 17

      At a Court held for Amelia County the 26th day of January 1786.

      An indenture between Stephen Neal and Anne his wife of the one part and Abraham MARSHALL of the other part was acknowledged. Anne relinquishes her right of dower.
      Recorded.

      Amelia Co. Order Book 18

      1st Battalion-Abraham MARSHALL, Capt.

      On the petition of Abraham MARSHALL, the Court orders James Townes, Lewelling Williamson, Peter Ellington, and Stephen Neal, or any three of them, to view a way for a road from the petitioner's plantation into West Creek or Anderson's roads, and report back to the Court.

      On the petition of David Crawley, setting fourth that he is desirous to build a water grist mill on the south branch of Beaver Creek, opposite to the lands of Abraham MARSHALL's and for an acre of the said MARSHALL's land for that purpose, the Sheriff is commanded to summon a jury of twelve freeholders of the vicinage(vicinity) of the said David, to diligently view and examine the said acre of land and the lands adjacent thereto on both sides of the said run whch may be affected of laid under water by building such a mill, together with the timber and other conveniences thereon, and report the same with the true value of the acre of land petitioned for, and of the damages of the party holing the same, or any other person or persons may sustain by occasion thereof, and that they report such to this court.

      An indenture between Robert MARSHALL and Margaret his wife of the one parth and Abraham MARSHALL of the other was acknowledged by the said Robert, his wife Margaret first relinquishing her right of dower, and is recorded.

      At a Court held for Amelia County on Thursday 28 June 1787

      An indenture between Peter Ellington and Milly his wife of the one part and Abraham MARSHALL of the same county of the other was acknowledged by the said Peter Ellington, a party thereto, and is recorded.

      On the petition of Abraham MARSHALL for leave to build a water grist mill on the waters of Beaver Pond, setting forth that his lands extend on both sides of the said creek so far up that the lands of no other person can be affected thereby, the Sheriff is commanded to summon a jury of twelve freeholders of the vicinage (vicinity) of the said Abraham, to meet upon the lands where the mill is planned, and to inquire diligently whether the adjacent lands of any other person or persons may or will be affected or overflowed thereby, and to value the damages which such person or persons may sustain by occasion thereof, and that they report such to this court.

      An inquisition on Abraham MARSHALL's petition for a mill was returned into Court, and is recorded.

      On the petition of Abraham MARSHALL and others, it is ordered that William Greenhill, John Booker, Henry Anderson, and Davis Booker, Gent. or any three of them view a way for a road to the said MARSHALL's mill, through the lands of Branch Tanner & others, and report to the court the conveniency and inconveniency thereof.
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      James Hughes 2007-01-13 20:16:38
      Amelia Co. Order Book 19

      An indenture of bargin and sale between Richard Johnson of the one part and Robert MARSHALL and Abraham MARSHALL for the benefit of Joseph Osborne of the other part was acknowledged by Richard Johnson, a party thereto, and is recorded.

      Thomas B. Wilson, Robert MARSHALL, Thomas Morris, and Abraham MARSHALL or any three of them are ordered to view the best and most convenient way to turn the road leading through Alexander Frerel's plantation to Branch Tanner's.

      Abraham MARSHALL is appointed surveyor of the road from Courthouse to Avary's Church, with the usual hands to work on said road and keep the same in repair.

      Source:
      Amelia County Order Book 19
      March 1788-Oct. 1791
      Transcribed by Reiley Kidd

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