William AcreBef 1685 - 1714 (> 29 years)
Name William Acre Birth Bef 1685 Gender Male Death 5 May 1714 North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia - admin Person ID I138833 Tree1 Last Modified 20 Feb 2024
Father William Acre, b. Bef 1660 d. 15 Apr 1688, Lancaster County, Virginia - probate (Age > 28 years) Relationship natural Mother Catherine Miller, b. Bef 1645 d. Aft 1721, Lancaster County, Virginia (Age > 78 years) Relationship natural Marriage Abt 1680 Lancaster County, Virginia Family ID F26741 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Hannah MNU Acre d. Aft 1714, Richmond County, Virginia Family ID F54307 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 20 Feb 2024
1713-1714 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 6; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 198-199
Richmond County Court 5th of May 1714
- HANNAH ACKERS, Relict of WILLIAM ACKERS, deced., came into Court and made Oath that said WILLIAM ACKERS departed this life without makeing any Will s oe farr as she knows or believes, And on her mocon and giving security for her just and faithful} administration of the decedent's Estate, Certificate is granted her for obtaining Letters of Administration in due form
- HANNAH ACKERS, ROBERT RENOLDS and THOMAS DURHAM, JUNR., came into Court and acknowledged themselves indebted to the Worshipful her Majesty's Justices of the said Connty in the sum of two hundred pounds sterling to be paid to the Justices their heirs and successors in case HANNAH ACKERS do not duly administer on all and singular the Estate of WILLIAM ACKERS, late of this County, deced., and render a true Account thereof when thereunto lawfully called
- WILLIAM DOWNMAN, ROBERT DOWNMAN, ANTHONY SIDNER and THOMAS BRYANT, JUNR., or any three of them sometime between this and next Court is appointed to appraise all and singular the Estate of WILLIAM ACKERS, deced., which shall be presented to their view /the Estate to be appraised in money/ and make report thereof to aaid next Court. WILLI.AM: WOODBRIDGE, Gent., or any other Justice of the Peace for this County, is requested to administer an Oath to the Appraisers for their trne appraisment of the deced.'s Estate and also to HANNAH ACKERS, the Administratrix, for her true discovery thereof
1709-1717 Richmond County, Virginia Wills Book 3 and Inventories [Robert K. Headley, jr.]; Page 187
- William [ACKER], inv; 2 Jun 1714.
1653-1800 Lancaster County, Virginia Wills [Ida J. Lee];
ACRE, William. Will. 6 Mch. 1688, pro. 15 April 1688.
Mentions: Wife (name not shown);
dau. Katherine, loaned to Mrs. Ann Brown;
dau. Elizabeth loaned to Walter Welch;
brother and Executor, Randolph Miller.
Recorded W.B. 5, p. 117.
1705-1708 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 4 [Antient Press]; Page 30a-31
THIS INDENTURE made the Sixth day of March in the yeare of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and five Betweene WILLIAM ACRES of the County ofRichmond in the Colony of Virginia, Planter, of one part and JOHN TARPLEY of the County of Richmond Gent. of the other part; Wittnesseth that WILLIAM ACRES for Five shillings of lawful money of England to him in hand payd by these presents doth bargaine sell and make over unto JOHN TARPLEY all his right title benefit and demand whatsoever in Two hundred acres of land with the buildings thereupon erected and builded and all other hereditaments whatsoever unto the said Two hundred acres of land scituated in County of Richmond as by a Survey thereof may appeare which Two hundred acres of land is aprt of a Devident of land containeing Six hundred acres beareing date the Twentieth of November One thousand six hundrd sixty and four & part of a parcell of land taken up joyning upon the above Patent lying in County of Richmond formerly Patented by JOHN NEWMAN late of County of Richmond as by his Patent may more fully appeare, together with all houses orchards and comodities whatsoever to the tract of two hundred acres of land belonging; To have and to hold the tract of land unto JOHN TARPLEY his heires during the full terme of one whole year paying the Rent of one eare of Indian Come on the feast day of the Birth of our Lord God next ensueing if lawfully demaned to the intent that by virtue of these presents aid the statute for transferring uses into possession JOHN TARPLEY may be in the actual possession of the premises and thereby enabled to accept a grant of the Inheritance thereof; In Wittness whereof the said parties have interchangeably sett theire hands and seales the day and year abovesd.
Sealed and delivered in presence of
THO: THORNE, Script WILLIAM ACKERS
JOHN WILSON, THO. SUGGITT
Acknowledged in Richmond County Court the 7th day of March 1705 & recorded the 13th day of the same month in ye yeare aforesd. Test J. SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
1705-1708 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 4 [Antient Press]; Page 31-32
THIS INDENTURE made the 7th day of March in the yeare of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and five Betweene WILLIAM AKERS of County of Richmond in the Colony of Virginia, Planter, of one part and JOHN TARPLEY of County of Richmond Gent, of other part; Witnesseth that WILLIAM ACRES for the summe of Eight thousand five hundred pounds of good tobbo: in caske to him paid, by these presents doth bargaine sell make over release and confirme unto JOHN TARPLEY, the said JOHN TARPLEY being in the actuall possession thereof by virtue or a Lease and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession all that Two hundred acres of land scituate in County of Richmond as by a Survey thereof may appeare which Two hundred acres of land are part of a Devidend of land containeing Six hundred acres of land beareing date the Twentieth day of November One thousand six hundred sixty four and part of a parcell of land taken up joyning upon the above Patent formerly patented by JOHN NEWMAN late of County of Richmond, To have and to hold the right title and demand in the sd Two hundred acres of land unto JOHN TARPLEY his heires to be holden of the Cheife Lord or Lords of the Fee or Fees of the premises by Rents and Services for the same due and accustomed to be paid In Wittness whereof the parties aforesd. inter- changeably have sett theire hands and seales the day & yeare first above written
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
THO: THORNE, Scriptor WILLIAM ACKERS
JOHN WILLSON, THO: SUGGITT
Acknowledged in Richmond County Court the 7th day of March 1705 & recorded the 13th day of the same month & yeare Teste J. SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
1705-1708 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 4 [Antient Press]; Page 96a-97a
THIS INDENTURE made this third day of March Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and six Betweene GEORGE GLASCOCK of County of Richmond Gent. and MILLION his Wife of one part and WILLIAM ACKERS of the County aforesaid of other part, Wittnesseth that GEORGE GLASCOCK & MILLION his Wife for the sum and quantity of Seven thousand pounds of tobbacco to them already paid by WILLIAM ACKERS by those present do bargain and sell unto WILLIAM ACKERS his heires all that tract of land scituate on the Branches of TOTOSKEY in County aforesaid being part of a parcell of land formerly purchased by THOMAS GLASCOCK deced of ZACHARIAH NICHOLLS and became due to said GEORGE GLASCOCK by the last Will of said THOMAS GLASCOCK. bounded beginning att a marked Maple standing in STEPHEN GUBTONs line in a branch comonly called the LIVE OAK BRANCH, halfe a mile from the Pocoson or thereabouts running from thence North West one hundred and sixty poles to a great red Oake. thence North forty foure pole to the land of HENRY CLARKE, thence along the line of sd CLARKE East and by North an hundred and sixty one poles to the land of JAMES TARPLEY, thence along the sd line South thirty five degrees East to the land of said GUBTON, thence along the land of GUBTON North eighty one deg: West twenty pole to a white Oake standing by the aforesaid Branch so downe the Branch its severall courses to the first mentioned station; including One hundred fourty and five acres wch; has been lately laid out by Mr. EDWIN CONWAY, Surveyor, Together with all woods trees water courses with the appurtenances whatsoever; To have and to hold the said tract of land with the appurtenances unto WILLIAM ACKERS his heires to be holden of the Cheife Lord of the Fee of the premises by the Rents and Services therefore due and accustomed; And GEORGE GLASCOCK and MILLION his Wife will warrant and forever defend by these presents; In Wittness whereof the parties abovesd. to these presents interchangeably have sett theire hands and seales the day and yeare first written Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of
JOHN BUXTON, GEORGE GLASCOCK
Acknowledged in Richmond County Court the 5th day of March Ano: 1706 by GEORGE GLASCOCE personally and THOMAS THORNE, Attorney of MILLION GLASCOCK & recorded the 15th day of the month & yeare aforesd. Test J. SHERLOCK, Cl Cur
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