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

John {addl records} Frogg

Male Bef 1718 - 1795  (> 77 years)


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  • Name John {addl records} Frogg 
    Born Bef 1718 
    Gender Male 
    Died Jan 1795  Bath County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I135262  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2022 

    Family ID F16840  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1769-1773 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book F; [Antient Press]; Page 730-733
      THIS INDENTURE made 8 April 1772 Between JOHN FROGG &ELIZABETH his Wife of County of Culpeper Parish of Brumfield of one part & ADAM GAAR of aforesaid County & Parish Witnesseth that for sum One hundred pounds current money of Virginia said John Frogg and Elizabeth his Wife hath granted unto Adam Gaar a Tract of land in County of Culpeper in the Top of the BLUE RIDGE commonly known by the name or of APILATION Land taken up by said John Frogg by Patent from the Proprietors Office dated 1st October 1770 being on the waters of the North Branch of the name or apilation of Ninth Tract taken up by John Frogg by Patent from the Proprietors Office dated 1st October 1770 being on the waters of the North Branch of the Robinson River beginning at a white walnut on a Knoll and runs thence North to three chesnut trees on side of a hill & thence North to the Beginning containing 210 acres....
      Presence of JOHN STROTHER, 1John Frogg
      JOHN SLAUGHTER, SEBASTIAN HACKER Eliza. Frogg
      At Court held for Culpeper County November 16, 1772
      This Indenture was proved by oaths of two of the Witnesses thereto and at a Court held for the said County March 15, 1773 was also proved by the oath of ye other witness & ordered to be recorded.
      George the Third to JOHN STROTHER, JOHN SLAUGHTER & JAMES BARBOUR Gent. Whereas John Frogg and Elizabeth his Wife have sold Adam Gaar land in County of Culpeper and said Elizabeth cannot travel to our County Court to make acknowledgement we do give unto you power to go to said Elizabeth and examine her apart from her husband whether she doth the same without his threats and when you have received her acknowledgement that you Certify us Thereof in our Court Witness ROGER DIXON Clerk of OUT said Court at the Court House the 18th day of March in the Twelfth year of our Reign By Virtue of the within we did go personally to said Elizabeth and did examine her privately touching the acknowledgement of the land when she gave her free consent that Deed should be recorded in the County Court of Culpeper this 8th day of April 1772.
      John Strother
      John Slaughter
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      1775-1778 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book H; [Antient Press]; Page 7-11
      This Indenture made the Eleventh day of May 1775 Between THOMAS BAKER & DOROTHY his Wife of County of Culpeper of one part and JACOB SANDS and BENJAMIN SANDS of Culpeper County Witnesseth that said Thomas Baker and Dorothy his Wife for sum of Two hundred Fourteen pounds Eight shillings current money of Virginia sell unto said Jacob Sands & Benjamin Sands their heirs a parcel of land containing 596 acres in Culpeper County and Brumfield Parish in little folk of Rapahannock River on the Branch of Battle Run bounded Beginning at three pines on corner made for JOHN FROGG and runs thence North to two red oaks in WILLIAM MALLORIES line thence with his line South to two pines in JACOBIES line thence with his line South to a pine corner to said Jacoby thence North leaving his line South to two pines in THOMAS PEYTON's line thence with his lines West to three red oaks Corner to RICHARD PARK's thence with his line North to a Hickory Corner to HENRY BAKER thence with his line North to a white oak and Hickory a Corner to WILLIAM DAVIS and
      JOHN HORSLEY thence with Horslies line North to the Beginning
      Presence JOHN STROTHER, Thos. Baker
      HENRY BAKER, DOROTHY BAKER Dorothy Baker
      At Court held for Culpeper County May the 15th 1775
      This Indenture acknowledged by said Thomas Baker and Dorothy his Wife she being first privily examined and ordered to be recorded.
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      1775-1778 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book H; [Antient Press]; Page 525-530
      THIS INDENTURE made the 25th /26th March 1777 Between JOHN FROG of County of Culpeper and ELIZABETH his Wife of County of Boutetourt of one part and GEORGE CALVERT Gent of County of Culpeper Witnesseth that Whereas John Frog being seized in Fee simple of One thousand nine hundred and thirty one acres of land in County of Culpeper did among others Mortgage and convey to ALLAN MACRAE Gent secureing the said Macrae the payment of several sums of money due to him from John Frog as will appear by Indentures of Lease and Release dated the 2d & 3rd May 1759 recorded in the General Court of this Colony and whereas the several sums of money due from said John Frog to said Allan Macrae partly in the lifetime of the said Macrae and partly since his Decease to his Executors out of the sales of this Tract of Land and otherwise being fully satisfied and paid as by a Decre of the Worshipful Court of Prince William County in a suit in Chancery brought by several other Creditors of said John Frog against him and others NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that the said John Frog and Elisabeth his Wife for sum of Five hundred and Sixteen pounds six shillings paid by George Calvert they do hereby sell unto said George Calvert in his actual possession by force of the Statute for transferring uses into possession and to his heirs forever land in County of Culpeper and bounded begining at a Chesnut Sapling in the THOROUGHFARE of MULKEYs and the LITTLE MOUNTAINS thence South East to three chesnuts on the North side of MULKEYS MOUNTAINS thence South to the Begining containing one thousand one hundred seventy four acres of land Exclusive of a sale out of the same heretofore made to a certain ALEXANDER BAXTER which is not included in these presents and is part of the One thousand nine hundred and thirty one acres of land which was granted to said John Frog and MICHAEL WALLACE by Pattent date the 27th June 1751...
      Presence of THOMAS McCLANAHAN, ALEXR BAXTER, John Frog
      WM. McCLANAHAN, ARCH. BIGBEE, DANIEL STEWARD Eliza. Frog
      George the Third to MICHAEL BOWYER and THOMAS FLAGART & JOHN LEWIS Gentlemen Greeting Whereas John Frog and Elizabeth his Wife have sold unto George Calvert 1174 acres of land Exclusive of one hundred acres sold to Alexander Baxter and is part of 1931 acres granted to said John Frog and Michael Wallace by Pattent dated 27th June 1751 being in County of Culpeper and Whereas said Elizabeth cannot conveniently travel of our County Court of Culpeper to make acknowledgement of the said conveyance we do give you power to go to said Elizabeth and receive the acknowledgement which said Elizabeth shall be willing to make before you and when you have received her acknowlegement that you Certify us thereof in our said Court. Witness JOHN JAMESON Clk of our said Court the Tenth day of March 1777 in the first year of the Commonwealth.
      By Virtue of a Writ to us directed we did on 27th March 1777 Examine Elizabeth Frog privately and apart from her husband whether she was willing to Relinquish her right of Dower to - conveyed by her said Husband who freely and willingly relinquished the same. MICHAEL BOWYER JOHN LEWIS
      At a Court held for Culpeper County the 20th day of Octr 1777
      This Indenture of Lease and Release with Corn thereto annexed thereon .is ordered to be recorded.
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      1779-1781 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book L (Part 1); [Antient Press]; Page 198-201
      THIS INDENTURE made the Sixteenth day of May in year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and Eighty Between JOHN FROGG Gent. and ELIZABETH his Wife of County of AUGUSTA and Colony of Virginia of one part and JOHN YOWELL of County of Culpeper and Colony aforesaid, Planter, of other part Witnesseth that for sum of One hundred and fifty pounds Current money of Virginia to JOHN FROGG in hand paid by these presents do bargain and sell unto JOHN YOWELL in his actual possession now being by Virtue of a Bargain and Sale to him thereof made by JOHN FROGG by Indenture bearing date the day of these presents and by force of the Statute for Transferring uses into possession & his heirs Two hundred and fifty acres of land more or less being a part of a Tract of Eleven hundred acres granted to JOHN FROGG and DOCTOR MICHAEL WALLACE by Deed bearing date the Twelfth day of December 1740 and is bounded Beginning at a Butterwood and Mahgany Tree standing on North side of the North Fork of ROBINSON RIVER corner to Colo. PHILIP ROOTS, thence So. 40 West 114 poles to two Hickorys and a Chesnut upon a Steap Mountain thence No. 65 Wt. 200 poles to two Chesnuts So. 51 Wt. 74 poles to two Chesnuts upon a Ridge of the Mountain, thence No, 10 Wt. 168 poles to two Chesnuts upon the Ridge of the Mountain near a large Rock, thence North 60 East 124 poles to a Double Popular on the River side, corner to JAMES CROW, thence down the several courses and meanders of the RIVER to the Beginning and all houses waters & appurtenances to said premises belonging To have and to hold the lands hereby conveyed unto JOHN YOWELL his heirs and assigns for ever In Witness whereof the said JOHN FROGG and ELIZABETH his Wife have hereunto set their hands and Seals the day and year first above written
      in presence of ELIAS CAMPBELL, JOHN FROGG
      JOHN CAMPBELL, JAMES HURT,
      GEO. WITHERALL
      At a Court held for Culpeper County the 21st day of August 1780
      This Indenture was prov'd by the Oaths of ELIAS CAMPBELL, JOHN CAMPBELL & ELIAS HURT witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded

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