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

Dorothy Buckner

Female Bef 1684 - 1746  (> 62 years)


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  • Name Dorothy Buckner  [1, 2
    Born Bef 1684  Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 17 Feb 1746  St. Mary's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I134255  Tree1
    Last Modified 24 Sep 2021 

    Father Anthony Buckner,   b. 21 May 1628, Eynsham, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1690, St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 61 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Sarah Ellis,   b. Bef 3 Feb 1629, Wandsworth, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 18 Jan 1648  St. Mary's Church, Clerkenwell, Greater London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F16297  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 John Roy,   b. 1683, King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Oct 1734, St. Mary's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 51 years) 
    Married 1711  St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Roy,   b. 1713, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1772, Caroline County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years)  [natural]
     2. Rueben Roy,   b. 1715, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Oct 1757, Caroline County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 42 years)  [natural]
     3. Richard Roy,   b. 1717, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1795, Caroline County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)  [natural]
     4. Mary Roy,   b. 1720, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     5. Elizabeth Roy,   b. 1722, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Nov 1742, Caroline County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 20 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 24 Sep 2021 
    Family ID F16014  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Charles Smith,   b. 1670, Abbington Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Aug 1710, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia - bond Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 40 years) 
    Married 6 Jun 1700  St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Robert Smith,   b. 1700, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1771, St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 72 years)  [natural]
     2. Peyton Smith,   b. 1709, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Aug 1782, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - admin Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 24 Sep 2021 
    Family ID F16182  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • William and Mary says Dorothy "Peyton", Tyler says "Buckner".
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      Dorman thinks Dorothy was the d/o Robert Buckner of Gloucester
      The Virginia Genealogist Volume 45, 2001, page 150
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      1704-1707 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 12, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman]; (Page 323)
      20 Aug. 1706. Charles Smith of Essex County, Gent., to Charles Taliaferro of same, Gent., and Dorothy my wife Power of attorney to sue and recover and to grant and farm lett the plantation called Old Robins or any other tract belonging unto me.
      Charles Smith,
      Wit.: James Harrison, Larkin Chew.
      10 Jan. 1706/7. Proved by Larkin Chew and James Harrison.
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      1707-1711 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 13; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 355.
      10 Aug. 1710. Bond of Dorothy Smith as administratrix of Charles Smith. Unto Francis Gouldman of Essex County, Gent., in behalf of the Court. For £2000 sterling. Securities, Augustine Smith and Richard Buckner.
      Dorothy Smith
      Augt. Smith
      R. Buckner
      Wit: Ja. Alderson, Abr. Ayrton.
      10 Aug. 1710. Acknowledged.
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      1707-1711 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 13; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 387-88.
      Capt. Charles Smith. Inventory. Made pursuant to order of 10 Aug. 1710. Mrs. Dorothy Smyth, administratrix.
      Total valuation [£219.9.11], including John Blake an indentured carpenter and Wm. Barnes, a servant boy; items in the hall, porch chamber, old room, etc.; and Negro boys Frank and Charles belonging to the heir, valued at £22.
      John Catlett
      Larkin Chew
      Robert Key
      Dowry of Mrs. Dorothy Smyth widdow of Capt. Charles Smyth set apart pursuant to order of 10 Oct. 1710: four Negroes.
      Signed by Dorothy Smith.
      8 March 1710 [1711]. Presented by Dorothy Smith, administratrix.
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 415 [13 May 1737]
      On the motion of Dorothy Roy, it's ordered she have a license to keep ordinary at her house, who with John Griffin her security acknowledged bond
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 479 [12 May 1738]
      Petition. John Griffin and Dorothy and Thomas Roy, against David and Anne Stern. The Auditors report returned. It appearing that there is 36.18.11 current money due from David and Anne t othe estate of John Evans, deceased, it's ordered they deliver the same to the petitioners or give them counter secrutiy of the estate.
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 525 [9 March 1738/9]
      On the motion of Dorothy Roy, it's ordered she have a license to keep ordinary at Roy's Ferry, who with Thomas Roy her security acknowledged bond
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 601 [30 Apr 1740]
      Anne Sanders being commanded to the jail of this county by virtue of a mittemjus from John Micou Gent, for feloniously stealing out of the house of Mrs. Dorothy Roy one Irish linen sheet of the value of ten shillings, the court on hearing the prisoner and he evidences against her are of the opinion that the facts are not so sufficiently proved as that Anne Sanders may thereupon be conficted before the Generial Court, but that she has been guilty of petit larceny and such other misdemeanors that its ordered she have twenty lashes on her bare back well laid on at he public whipping post of this counrty and that she remain in custody of the sheriff until she enter into bond in the sum of ten pounds for her good behaviour for a year and a day...John Taliaferro justice.
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 613 [13 June 1740]
      On the motion of Dorothy Roy, it's ordered she have a license to keep ordinary at Roy's Ferry, who with Thomas Roy her security acknowledged bond
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 613 [13 June 1740]
      Action of Debt Robert Smith against Dorothy and Thomas Roy, Executors of John Roy. The Defendents having filed a bill in chancery against the plaintiff praying an injunction to stay the proceedings in this suit unitl the matter in equity be heard, it is ordered the that same be stayed accordingly
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 580 [14 March 1745/6]
      Suit on attachment, Dorothy Roy against the estate of Reubin Roy. The plaintiff being dead, the suit abates.
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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 583 [9 May 1746]
      The last will and testament of Dorothy Roy was presented in court by Richard Roy the executor therin named and proved by William Newman, Anne James and David Stern Jr. Witnesses Thereto. Executor with Oliver Towles and Robert Gilchrist acknowledged their bond.

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      Caroline Co. Va Order Books page 398 [10 Nov 1758]
      daughter of Richard Buckner
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://vagenweb.org/hening/vol04-22.htm#page_438
      URL title: Hening's Statutes at Large
      Note:
      438

      LAWS OF VIRGINIA, AUGUST 1734−−8th GEORGE II.

      in case judgment shall be given for the money aforesaid, such money shall be laid out for buying other books for their use.

      CHAP. XVIII.
      An Act for appointing several new Ferries: And lessening the former rates settled for the Ferriage of Wheel-Carriages: And altering several Court days.

      I. WHEREAS the ferries already appointed by law are not sufficient, Be it enacted, by the Lieutenant-Governor, Council and Burgesses, of this present General Assembly, and it is hereby enacted, by the authority of the same, That public ferries be constantly kept at the places herein after named; and that the rates for passing the said ferries, be as follows: that is to say,
      New ferries established,
      On Patowmack river, from Robert Lovell's, in the county of Westmoreland, across the river, to Maryland, the price for a man, two shillings and six pence, and for an horse, two shillings and six pence.
      On Rappahannock river, from the warehouse landing, at the town of Fredericksburg, in the county of Spotsylvania, over the river, to the land of William Thornton, gent. the price for a man, three pence, and for an horse, three pence.
      And from Roy's warehouse landing, in the county of Caroline, over the river, to Gibson's warehouse, in the said county of King George, the price for a man, four pence, and for an horse, four pence.
      II. And be it further enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That the licences for keeping the said ferries, shall be obtained in the same manner, and the keepers thereof have such exemptions and advantages, and be under the like regulations and restrictions, as is, and are by law provided, for an in respect of the keepers of public ferries heretofore settled and appointed.
      III. And for the encouragement of the keepers of the ferries by this act appointed, to provide convenient boats for the transportation of coaches, carts, and waggons, Be it enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That it shall and may be lawful, for the courts of the counties wherein such ferries shall be kept, to direct and appoint Rates for wheel carriages,
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.mindspring.com/~poefamily/PoeSpotsylvaniaCounty.htm
      URL title: Poe Family in Spotsylvania County, Virginia
      Note:
      Spotsylvania County Order Book Sparacio.

      3 May 1743

      John Sutton proved by oath William Lindsey's Deed for Land to Nicholas Hawkins

      7 March 1743/4

      At the motion of John Sutton of Caroline County, he is allowed for two days attendance and for twenty two miles coming and going as an evidence summoned by Dorothy Roy agst Allan, It is ordered that the sd. Roy pay him one hundred and sixteen pounds of tobacco for the same as the Law directs. (Dorothy Roy, Plantif against John Allan, deft. damages awarded plaintiff)

      3 April 1744

      John Sutton agst. John Allan dismist.

      4 June 1745

      At the motion of John Sutton of Caroline County, he is allowed for one days attendance and eight miles coming and going as an evidence summoned by Mary True agst. Robert Holloway. It is ordered that the sd. True pay him forty nine pounds of tobacco for the same as the Law directs. (Note: the case of Mary True against Robert Holloway was about slandering Mary.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      SMITH--ARMISTEAD--TABB--TODD.

      It is said that Thomas Smith, son of Thomas and Armistead Smith, comes of the Lawrence Smith line. The first Lawrence Smith, of Abbington Parish, had oldest son John, member of the Council. Lawrence, the second son, removed to York, and was the ancestor of Elizabeth Smith who married Robert Armistead. Charles, another son, moved to Essex County; died about 1710, when his widow, Dorothy, Augustine Smith, and R. Buckner gave bond in Essex County. They had a daughter Dorothy.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      Note:
      DEED BOOK A-1722-1729

      July 8, 1722. Robert Smith of the County of Essex, planter, to Alexander Spotswood of Spotsylvania County, Esqr. L320 ster., "all those messuages, tennants, plantations and land lying and being on both sides of the mouth of a large creek called Massaponnax in Spts. County, formerly part of Rappk. Co.-imputed to be 2000 a. of land,"on Rappahannock River. Witnesses: John Roy, Law. Battaile, Jos. Delaney, Mark Shephord, Rec. Septr. 3, 1723-"at which time likewise Dorothy Roy's power of attorney to Jno. Waller to impower him to acknowledge her right of dower of the above said deed,"etc.

      Source:
      Anonymous
      Spotsylvania County records, 1721-1800 : being transcriptions, from the original files at the County Court House, of wills, deeds, administrators' and guardians' bonds, marriage licenses, and lists of Revolutionary pensioners
      Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1965, 583 pgs.

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      1718-1721 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 16; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 77-78.
      12 June 1719, After the death of Mr. Charles Smith of Essex County, Dorothy his widow (now the wife of Mr. John Roy) made choice of the planation where the said John and Dorothy now live with the tract of land thereto belonging , together with the plantation above Massaponnx Creek where John Henby then lived, bounded on the lower side according to a lease thereof to him made by Mr, Charles Taliafeffo, viz., by a red oak sapling to blazed by the river side and so across the old field into the woods to a stake in the woods by the fence then made between the said Henby and one John Sorrell, but the said choice was never ascertained by authentic writing or on record.
      To the end that there may be no dificulties concerning the dower of Dorothy in the said Charles' lands sold or morgaged to Messrs. Micajah Perry and Company or any of them, merchants in London, John Roy and Dorothy his wife on the one part and Robert Beverley in behalf of the said Perrys on the other part agree to the division between them as the dower of the said Dorothy assigned by the said Perrys upon her demand in right of dower. Jno. Roy Dorothy Roy
      Wit: John Evans, Law: Taliafeffo, John(x) Goughe
      6 June 1719. Proved by Larence Taliafeffo, Gent., and John Evans and acknowledged by John Roy.
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      1707-1711 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 13; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 139-41. 30 Oct. 1719. Nathaniel Burwell of Gloucester County, Gent., to John Catlet and Rowland Thornton of Essex County, Gent.
      Whereas Charles Smith of Essex County, merchant, by indentures 15 Sept. 1707 for £690 sterling paid by Messieurs Micajah Perry, Thomas Lane and Richard Perry of London, merchants, sold them 500 acres in St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, and all other plantations and lands of his in Virginia for 1000 years upon the annual acknowledgement of one Indian corn on the feast day of the Nativity of Saint John Baptist, with the proviso that if the said Charles do pay the said Micajah, Thomas and Richard at the house of the said Micajah Perry in Leadenhall Street, London, £761.8.0 sterling on 16 Sept. 1708 the bargain should be void ...
      Thomas Lane is since dead ...
      Robert Beverley attorney of the said Micajah and Richard upon default of payment did enter into all the lands and upon the claim of Dorothy widow of the said Charles, who would
      not depart from her dower in the said land, did divide the lands into three parts and Dorothy chose the said 500 acres and a small tenement at Massaponax for her dower.
      By a letter of attorney from the said Micajah Perry and Richard dated 6 Nov. 1710 made to Majr. Wm. Buckner and the said Nathaniel Burwell (and Buckner being now dead), Burwell hath power to sell any of the lands.
      For £170 sterling.
      All term of 1000 years of said 500 acres whereon the said Dorothy now lives and right to that part of the lands where Charles Smith late lived.
      N. Burwell
      Wit: R. Beverley, Wm. Winston, Ed[ ] Rousey.
      17 Nov. 1719. Proved by Wm. Winston and Robt. Beverley.

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      1722-1725 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book A; [Antient Press]; Page 54,
      THIS INDENTURE made the Eight day ofJuly in the year of Our Lord MDCCXXIII, Between ROBERT SMITH of the County of ESSEX, Planter, of one part and ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD, Esqr. of the County of Spotsylvania of the other part; Witnesseth that ROBERT SMITH in consideration of the sum of three hundred twenty pounds sterling to him in hand paid by ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD the receipt whereof ROBERT SMITH doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD his heirs all those plantations and lands stivate on both sides of the mouth of a large Creek called MASSAPONNAX [als NUSAPONUCK} in the County of Spotsylvania formerly part of RAPPAHANNOCK County computed to be two thousand acres and bounded; Begining at a double Spanish Oak and Hiccory standing on RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER about two hundred poles below MASSAPONNAX CREEK in a tract of six thousand three hundred acres of land formerly granted to ROBERT TALIAFERRO and LAWRENCE SMITH by Patent bearing date the twenty sixth of March one thousand six hundred and sixty six, and runing thence South South West seventy six poles to three Hiccorys upon level land, thence South West and by West five hundred and fourty poles between two red Oaks and a white Oak on the West side of the LONG BRANCH of MASSAPONNAX and by the side of MATTAPONY PATH, thence West twelve degrees North twelve hundred and sixty poles between two red Okes in the head line of the said Pattent, thence with the line of the said Pattent North one hundred and thirty poles crossing the Main Run of MASSAPONNAX to a white Oak and two Hiccorys on the upper side of a Branch of the said Run, thence East and by South one thousand and ninety seven poles to a white Oak, thence leaving the line of the said Pattent and runing through another tract of four thousand nine hundred and seventy two acres of land formerly granted to LAWRENCE SMITH by Pattent bearing date the twenty fifth day of May one thousand six hundred and seventy one, North thirty nine degrees East four hundred and forty poles to two small Oaks by RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER side, thence down the River to the begining place; To have and to hold the plantations and two thousand acres of land within the bounds aforesaid be the same more or less hereby granted unto ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD his heirs and ROBERT SMITH doth grant that he will warrent and for ever defend the land and premises with appurtenances unto ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD his heirs against all persons, In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first within written
      Sealed and delivered in the presence of us
      JOHN ROY, ROBERT SMITH
      LAWRENCE BATTAILE A. SPOTSWOOD
      JOSEPH DELANEY
      MARK SHEPHERD
      Received of ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD Esqr. the slime of three hundred and twenty pounds sterling being the consideration within mentioned
      Witness JOHN ROY ROBERT SMITH
      LAWRENCE BATTAILE
      JOSEPH DELANEY
      MARK SHEPHERD
      Memorandum: That the Eight day of July in the year of Our Lord MDCCXXIII the within named ROBERT SMTH in his own proper person did deliver full quiet and peaceable possession of all the rnessuages lands and hereditaments within mentioned to the said ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD his heirs according to the form and effect of the Indenture JOHN ROY
      LAWRENCE BATTAILE
      JOSEPH DELANEY
      MARK SHEPHERD
      At a Court held for Spotsylvania County on Tuesday the 3d day of September 1723 The above Deed for two thousand acres of land of ROBERT SMITH's to ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD, Esqr. was proved by the Oaths of JOHN ROY, LAWRENCE BATTAILE, JOSEPH DELANEY and MARK SHEPHERD and at the request of Capt. RICHARD BOOKER in behalfe of the said ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD Esqr. was admitted to Record, likewise the Receipt of the money and Livery and Seizen of
      the said Land Test JOHN WALLER, Clk Cur
      Likewise after MRS. DOROTHY ROY's Power of Attorney to JOHN WALLER to impower him to acknowledge her Right of Dower of the above said Deed of Land of two thousand acres more or less being first proved by the Oaths of JOHN ROY and FRANCIS STERN the said WALLER did by virtue of that power acknowledge the said DOROTHY ROY's Right of Dower in the said land unto ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD Esqr. which att the motion of Capt. RICHARD BOOKER in behalfe of the said ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD Esqr. was admitted to Record
      Test JOHN WALLER, Clk. Cur
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      1731-1734 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book B; [William Armstrong Crozier];
      Feby. 5, 1733. John Roy of St. Mary's Par., Caroline Co., to Robert Hucherson of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. £10 ster., 121 a. (part of a pat. granted Larkin Chew June 4, 1722) in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. Jonath. Gibson, M. Battaley, Z. Lewis, Larkin Chew. Feby. 5, 1733-4. Dorothy, wife of John Roy, acknowledged her dower, etc.

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      1710-1719 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 10; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 16
      DOROTHY SMITH & CHARLES TALIAFERRO, 1071 acs. (Lapsed L.), Essex Co; on S. side of the Riv., in the freshes above the falls; adj. John Bow-zee; on Ewe Tree Point, by Motts' Falling Branch; 5 Nov. 1712, p. 68. Granted Henry Benson, 5 Nov. 1673, upon condition, &c. Imp. of 22 George Brookes, Stephen Gifford, Thomas Punt, John Hudson, Thomas Apple-berry, Martha Langley, Edmund Ryley, Mary Holdfast, Jacob Begar, Elinor Smith, Robert Jones, Anthony Stradford, John Lesster, John Mills, Saml. Williams, Hester Perce, Richard Farrell, Thomas Meght, Saml. Price, Kat. Roach, Duncan Feasey, Edward Herring.
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      1710-1719 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 10; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 91
      CHARLES TALIAFERRO, 535-1/2 acs. (Lapsed L.), Essex Co; on S. side & in the freshes of Rappa. River above the falls; beg. at John Bowzee; to Ewetree Point by Motts' falling br; 28 Apr. 1718, p. 374. Granted Dorothy Smith & Charles Taliaferro for 1071 acs., 5 Nov. 1712, upon condition of seating & planting, which John Roy & sd. Dorothy, his now wife, have failed to do; (her) one-half part now granted,
      &c. 55 Shill.

      Whereas by one patent made under the great Seale of this our Colony and Dominion of Virginia bearing date the 5th of November 1712 there weas granted unto Dorothy Smith and Charles Taliaferro 1071 acres in Essex County on the S side of Rappahannock River in the freshes thereof above the falls which sd tract or parcell of land was granted on condition of Seating and planting as in the said patent expressed And whereas John Ray or Roy and the Said Dorothy his now wife have failed to make Such Seating and planting on their part said half part con 55 shill. re 535½a the said half part lately belonging to the said Dorothy loc 16876 -39762 F127 L0 P255
      pt A) on the upper End of the land of John Bowzees at a marked tree by the main run Side on a point !and extendeth itself by the said land
      ln s14.5w; 160p; SxW3.25W 160P John Bowzee, fm a point pt
      B) a white oak corner treeof the said Bowzees land and thence continues its course ln s14.5w; 340p; SxW3.25W 340p pt
      C) 3 angular marked trees to the extent of 500P in all, thence ln w14.5n; 320p; WxN3.25N 320p pt
      D) red oak ln n14.5e; 512p; NxE3.25E 512P pt
      E) a certain point called Ewe tree point by Motts falling br. !thence by the said branch to the main run of the river lm NE; 80P; Motts Falling Br., fm Ewe Tree Point pt
      F) and finally down the Same according to its Several courses on a Straight line SExE2°E to the first mentioned station lm s57e; ; SExE2E down River

  • Sources 
    1. [S22] Buckner.
      Warner, Charles Willard Hoskins,
      Hoskins of Virginia and related families : Hundley, Ware, Roy, Garnett, Waring, Bird, Buckner, Dunbar, Trible, Booker, Aylett, Carter, Upshaw Tappahannock, Virginia.: unknown, 1971, 503 pgs.

    2. [S247] The Virginia Genealogist Volume 44, 2000, 247.
      this article places Dorothy as the d/o Richard Buckner and Elizabeth Cooke. However, Dorothy was born before 1684 so they could not have been her parents. note that Charles Smith brother Robert Smith married a sister of Dorothy.

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