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

Andrew Monroe

Male 1661 - 1714  (53 years)


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  • Name Andrew Monroe 
    Birth 1661  Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 9 Jun 1714  Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I23705  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

    Father Andrew Monroe,   b. 1625, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1668, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 43 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Elizabeth {Unproven} Alexander,   b. Abt 1636, England Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1686, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage 1652  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F15619  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Eleanor Spence,   b. 1664, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1708, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 44 years) 
    Marriage Abt 1681  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Elizabeth Monroe,   b. Abt 1681, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [Father: natural]
     2. Jane Monroe,   b. Abt 1682, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Bef 26 Aug 1713, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 31 years)  [Father: natural]
     3. Spence Monroe,   b. 1690, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 6 Apr 1726, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 36 years)  [Father: natural]
     4. Susannah Monroe,   b. 1695, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Nov 1752, Belle-Air, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 57 years)  [Father: natural]
     5. Andrew Monroe,   b. 1697, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 27 Nov 1770, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 73 years)  [Father: natural]
    Family ID F8577  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

    Family 2 Sarah Foxall,   b. 1665, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 27 Nov 1739, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 74 years) 
    Marriage 1709  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F15618  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      1654-1800 Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills [Augusta B. Fothergill]; Page 53
      MUNROE, ANDREW, gent., 30 Dec. 1713; 9 June 1714.
      Land to son Spence;
      brother William Munroe;
      son Andrew land and negro woman;
      dau. Susannah Munroe one negro boy, 2 cows, 2 steers, household furniture and 10,000 lbs. of tobacco;
      to Andrew son of my brother William 1 horse, 1 feather bed and furniture;
      dau. Elizabeth Arrington and her son John 1 cow. 1 feather bed and 5,000 lbs. tobacco;
      my wife Sarah;
      son in law William Elliott 1 mare;
      daus. in law Elizabeth & Sarah Elliott horse and cow;
      to Thomas Mustin one coat;
      friends Charles Tyler and Richard Watts and brother William Munroe,
      exrs; son Spence negro given him by his grandmother Jordan;
      to two sons 9 negroes.
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      1712-1716 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 5, [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 285-88.
      Will of Andrew Munroe of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Gent., being sick of body, dated 30 Xbr (Dec.) 1713.
      Unto my son Spence Munroe my plantation whereon I now live, to begin at the spring branch on the upper side of my orchard ... to the road that leads over the head of the creek to my brother William Munroe's and soe along the said road to the head of the creek with all my land on the south side of the road line and branch, and for want of heirs to my son Andrew Munroe and his heirs, and for want of heires to my daughter Susanna and the heires lawfully begotten of her body and for want of such heires to the next heir at law.
      Unto my son Andrew Munroe all the remaining part of my land lying on the north side of the branch line and road between them and the creek, and for want of heires to my son Spence Munroe, and for want of heires to Andrew Munroe son to my brother William Munroe and his heires and for want of such to the next heir at law.
      My two sons shall have liberty to gett timber on any part of my land for building houses on the land they possess by this will dureing their lives.
      Att the cost of my estate my executors build on my son Andrew's part of land a forty foot tobacco house and dwelling house 24 foot long, 18 feet wide, plank it above and below and what else my executors think fitt to bestow thereon both in the adding or finishing the house.
      Unto my son Spence Munroe a Negroe woman named Nell, which was given him by his grandmother Jordan, a young black unbroke horse, my silver hilted sword, my drum and a gold ring which was his mother's, the posie is this: In the I find content of mind.
      Unto my son Andrew Munroe a Negroe woman named Betey which was given by his mother, and a sorrell horse he calls his
      Unto my daughter Elizabeth Arrington a feather bed in her possession. I lent it her when her house was burnt. I alsoe give her 5000 pounds of tobacco to be paid her a year after my decease.
      Unto my grandson John Arrington a young cow and her increase.
      Unto my daughter Susanna Munroe one Negroe boy called Will, two cows and two heifers of two or three yeares old, two young steares of two or three yeares old, a good feather bed, a bolster, two pillowes, a rugg, a pair of blanketts, a pair of sheets and a pair of curtains and vallens, all of them new. Likewise a iron pott about five or six gallons, two pewter dishes, a young gray mare branded on the buttock with TP rong end downwards, and 10,000 pounds of tobacco, to be paid at her lawfull age or day of marriage.
      Unto my wife Sarah Munroe my horse bay Jockey, her saddle and bridle, the feather bed and bolster I now lie on, with a rugg, blanketts and sheets, the choice of one of my quilts and alsoe the choice of my curtaines and vallens.
      To my son in law William Elliott my young black mare on the other side Mattox Creek branded with 0, and her increase.
      Unto my daughter in law Sarah Elliott one iron grey mare.
      Unto my daughter in law Eliza. Elliott a heifer of three or four yeares old and her increase.
      To my executors each of them a mourning ring of 20 shillings price.
      Unto my two sons my nine Negroes which are undisposed of, Tom, Dick, Jack, Sara, Harry, Phillip, Jeoffry, Jamey and Nanney to be equally divided between them when my son Spence shall arrive to the age of eighteen yeares.
      My executors ship on the proper account and risque of my two sonns tenn hhds. of tobacco at the least this year and what more at any time they shall think fitting and the money raised by the tobacco be laid out in Negroes to be equally divided between my two sons if they have the opportunity to purchase them.
      Unto Thomas Mustin my rideing coat and his debt due to me.
      The remaining part of my estate both here and in England to be equally divided between my two sons Spence Munroe and Andrew Munroe. My three children, Spence, Susanna and Andrew Munroe be maintained, brought up and educated out of my estate untill they are of age. My horses, mares, black cattle, sheep and hoggs be kept on my plantation and my executors keep my plantations and houses in good repair and my Negroes to work and the profitts shall be equally divided between my two sonns. My two sons shall stand to the profitts and loss of my estate as it shall please God to encreese or decrease the same dureing their minority.
      My two sons shall be of age when they shall attain to eighteen yeares to receive their estates but not to bar-gaine, sell or any waies dispose of any part thereof untill they come to 21 yeares without the consent of my executors.
      My trusty friends Richard Watts and Charles Tyler and my loving brother William Munroe to be executors.
      And Munroe
      Wit: Daniell Porten, Robert Lovell, Thomas Arrington.
      26 May 1714. Presented into Court by Richard (Watts),
      Charles Tyler and William Munroe, his executors.
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      1712-1716 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 5, [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 293-96.
      Andrew Munroe, Gent. inventory. 1 June 1714. Appraisers sworn before Joseph Bayly. No total valuation; includes 11 Negroes (Phillip, Jeoffrey, Nanney, Bess, Tom, James, Harry, Dick, Jack, Billey and one unnamed) valued at £282, and items at the quarter.
      Robt. Lovell Char. Ashton
      John Pratt junr.
      Richd. Watts Charles Tyler Wm. Munroe Andrew Harrison
      Dann. Field
      28 July 1714. Returned.

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      1668-1671 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 1; [John Frederick Dorman]; Pages 23-23a. 22 April 1668. Elizabeth Monrowe the relict [sic daughters] of Andrew Monrowe unto my [ ] and Susanna Monrowe [marginal notation says to Elyzabeth and Ann Monrowe]. For naturall love and affection. Two two yeares old heifers marked with the mark of Andrew Monrowe (cropt and two slitts in the right eare and the left eare hole). Further unto Elyzabeth Monrowe the first mare foale that falls from my mare now running in the pasture known by the name of Button, but what females falls from her and her increase then to goe to the rest of the children, Susanna, Andrew, George and William Monrowe untill each of them have a mare foale, but in case horses fall in the interim from the mare then to revert to me. And when either Elyzabeth or Susanna shalbe married then the cattle to be equally devided betweene them.
      Elyzabeth Monrowe
      Wit: Robt. Knrse [?] [Nurse], John Washington.
      28 Aug. 1668. Recorded.
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      1682-1684 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 315 [13 Feb. 1683/4]
      Wm. Search in his lifetime did declare that his children after his decease should be disposed to Thomas White and Andrew Munroe. They assume in Court to give them good education as to teach them to reade and worke with the needle and doe other works belonginge to weomen. The Court order that Elenor the daughter of Wm. Search bee committed to the, tutorage of Thomas White and Agnes the other daughter of Serch to Andrew Munroe and that Elias Webb and Richd. Browne doe apprayse the estate of Serch. and bring an inventory to the next Court and give sufficient security.
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      1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript];
      Page 71. 20 Feb. 1693 [1694). Edward Mountjoy and Elizabeth my wife of Stafford County to Andrew Monroe of Westmoreland County. For 1300 pounds of tobacco every year during my said wife's natural life. All lands which did belong or now doth belong to me and Elizabeth my wife as her right of dower and thirds.
      Edward Mountjoy
      Elizabeth Mountjoy
      Wit: Bunch Roe, Rodger Humphries.
      26 Aug. 1696. Acknowledged by Edward Mountjoy.
      === note date!
      1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript];
      Page 78a. 15 Oct. 1685. Andrew Monroe do discharge Mr. Thomas White from all bills, bonds or other accounts due to me from Mr. Thomas Bookes.
      Andrew Monroe
      Wit: Darby Swillivant, Reuben Baley.
      1696. Recorded.

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      1705-1707 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 3
      Westmoreland County Court 1st of November 1705:
      - BURDETT ASHTON v Mulatto Elizabeth, Indenture NATHANIEL POPE, Gent., one of the Churchwardens of Washington Parish acknowledged an Indenture made between ANDREW MUNRO, Gent., and him, the said POPE, both Churchwardens of the said Parish on the one part and BURDETT ASHTON, Gent. of the other part of a certain Mulatto Child baptized Elizabeth born of the body of one JANE HUBBARD, ordered the same bee recorded
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      1701-1707 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 3; [Antient Press]; Page 387-88. 26 Feb. 1705 [1706].
      Andrew Munroe of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Gent., to John Hore of same. For exchange of 3 acres.
      3 acres, part of a patent granted to my deceased father Andrew Munroe 19 Nov. 1652 in Washington Parish.
      Andrew Munroe
      Wit: Nathl. Pope, Richard Watts,
      27 Feb. 1705 [1706]. Acknowledged by Andrew Munroe, Gent.
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      1701-1707 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 3; [Antient Press]; Page 388-89. 26 Feb, 1705 [1706].
      John Hore of Washington Parish Westmoreland County, planter to Andrew Munroe of same, Gent. In exchange of 3 acres,
      3 acres part of a patent granted unto Elias Webb 30 April 1664 in Washington Parish ... near a plantation of the said
      Andrew Munroe's
      John Hore
      Wit: Nathl. Pope, Richard Watts.
      27 Feb. 1705 [1706]. Acknowledged by John Hore.
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      1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 4; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 24-26. 17 May 1707.
      Thomas Taylor of Washington Parish in Westmoreland County, cordwainer, and Elizabeth his wife to Andrew Munroe of same, Gent. For 10,000 pounds of tobacco. 200 acres formerly given unto Eliza. by the last will and testament of Darby Swillivant, late husband to Eliza., excepting 50 acres out of the tract.
      Thomas Taylor
      Elizabeth Taylor
      Wit: Richd. Thornbury, Elizabeth Thornbury.
      23 May 1707. Acknowledged by Thomas Taylor and Eliza. his wife.
      17 May 1707. Seizin was delivered by Thomas Taylor and Eliza. his wife to Andrew Munroe.
      Wit: Richd. Thornbury, Eliza: Thornbury
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      1707-1709 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 4; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 34-35.
      24 July 1707. Andrew Munroe of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Gent., to Thomas Taylor of same, cordwainer. For 10,000 pounds of tobacco. Land I formerly purchased of said Thomas Taylor and Eliza. his wife in Washington Parish, which was formerly given to Elise. by the last will and testament of Darby Swillivant, the former husband of Elisa.
      Andrew Monroe
      Wit: Richd. Thornbyre, Eliza. Thornbyre.
      30 July 1707. Acknowledged by Andrew Monroe, Gent.

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      Contributed by: James Hughes
      Genealogical Memoranda of the Quisenberry Family and other Families, Page 175
      Note:
      Deposition of John Quisenbury.
      Westmoreland county, Virginia, ss.--John Quisenbury, aged eighty years or thereabouts, being examined and sworn on the Holy Evangelist of God, doth say that about fifty years ago Mrs. Wingate, a nigh relation to old Mrs. Vaulx, her husband (that first took up the said land called Vaulxland), being in England, came up to the said Wingate's with surveyors and seated the plantation now called Vaulx Quarter. Your deponent desired the said Wingate to speak to Mrs. Vaulx to sell him part of the said land, who seemed to be willing, and sent up the patent with orders to Mr. William Horton to lay out the same, who did forthwith lay out the same at the time aforesaid, and your deponent went with the said surveyor in laying out the said land, and well remembers yt yr. Deponent did help to make the line next to Potomac River, or part thereof, which took in the plantation of Vaulx Quarter, and likewise the line of fifteen hundred poles, and the next line, next to Rappahannock River which included a plantation formerly seated by one Mr. Lane, since Allen Mounjoy, and further saith not.

      JOHN QUISENBURY. In obedience to an order of the Westmoreland County Court we have taken the above deposition at the place and time appointed in the said order. Given under our hands this 31st day of January, 1707.

      LEWIS MARKHAM.
      CALEB BUTLER.
      ANDR. MUNROE. The within deposition was entered on the records of Westmoreland County the 25th day of February, 1707.
      J. A. WESTCOMB,
      Cl. Com. Prd.
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      1654-1800 Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills [Augusta B. Fothergill]; Page 108
      MONROE, SARAH, 25 July 1739; 27 Nov. 1739. Son John Elliott; dau. in law Sibella Elliott; grandson John Elliott 1 negro boy; grandson Foxhall Sturman 1 negro girl; grandson Spence Monroe 12 shillings; to Mr. Wharton Ransdell 3 shillings for pair of gloves; dau. Sarah Ransdell; my five grandchildren Elizabeth, Sarah, Martha Sturman, Thomas Ransdell and Sarah Elliott Ransdell; exr. John Elliott.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      Note:
      Vol III, page 744-45-46. John Sturman later crossed into Virginia where he married Elizabeth, daughter of Patrick and Dorcas Spence, the sister of Eleanor Spence, who married Andrew the 2nd, son of Andrew1, the immigrant. Patrick Spence the second married Penelope, daughter of Thomas Yowell. Andrew and Elizabeth Monroe had issue the following 6 children: - 1 Mary2, who was buried in Westmoreland county 15 Jan 1661. 2 George. 3 Elizabeth2, married Bunce Roe (or Wroe). 4 Susannah, who married George Weedon. He died in Westmoreland county 1704 leaving a will under that date in which he mentions his wife and two children - 1. Jordon3 Weedon. He married Martha Sturman, daughter of William Sturman (who died 1732) and his wife Sarah Elliott,
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      1709-1712 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [Antient Press]; Page 76
      Westmoreland County Court 29th of Augt 1711
      - WEEDON & Uxor v MUNROE as ELLIOTT
      JORDAN WEEDON in behalfe of MARTHA his Wife, one of the Daughters of JOHN ELLIOTT, Gent., deced., preferred his Petition to this Court against ANDREW MUNROE, Gent. and SARAH his Wife, Executrix of JOHN ELLIOTT, for that part of the Estate of JOHN ELLIOTT which of right belongs to MARTHA, Whereupon it is ordered the Sheriff doe summon ANDREW and SARAH to be and appeare at next Court to be held for this County to answer the same
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      1712-1714 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 4 [Antient Press]; Page 64
      Westmoreland County Court 26th of August 1713
      - LANCELOTT's Admon granted MUNROE
      ANDREW MUNROE, Gent. in right of the Orphants of WILLIAM LANCELOTT, deceased, came into Court and made oath that JANE, Relict ofWILLIAM, departed this life without makeing any Will soe farr as he knowes or believes and on his motion a Certifycate is granted him for obtaining Letters ofAdministration of the Decedent's Estate in due form; RICHARD WATTS, Gent., assumeing to be his Security for the same, and ANDREW MUNROE ordered to return an Inventory of the decedent's Estate to the next Court upon Oath. It is alsoe ordered that DANIELL MAREEN, CHARLES TYLER, GILBERT ATTWOOD and THOMAS TAYLOR or any three ofthem being first sworn before one ofher Majties Justices for this County doe some tyme before the next Court value and appraise the Estate and make report thereof to the next Court
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      1712-1714 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 4 [Antient Press]; Page 102
      Westmoreland County Court 26th of May 1714
      - MUNROE's Will proved
      The Last Will and Testament of ANDREW MUNROE, Gent., deced. was presented into Court by RICHARD WATTS, CHARLES TYLER and WILLIAM MUNROE, the Executors, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oath of DANIEL PORTEN, ROBERT LOVELL and THOMAS ARRINGTON wittnesses thereto is admitt to Record; and on motion of RICHARD, CHARLES and WILLIAM and their performing what is usual in such cases, Certifycate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form, and it is ordered ROBERT LOVELL, ANDREW HARRISON, CHARLES ASHTON, JOHN PRATT JUNR and DANIEL FIELD, or any three ofthem being first sworn before one ofher Majties Justices for this County doe some time before the next Court value andappraise the Estate and make report thereof to the next Court
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      1716-1718 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [Antient Press]; Page 40
      Westmoreland County Court 26th of June 1717
      - MUNROE v MUNROE's Exrs.
      SPENCE MUNROE, Son of ANDREW MUNROE, Gent., deced. by his Petition to this Court set forth that he is of age to receive the Estate left him by his Father and prayed the Court's Order for CHARLES TYLER and WILLIAM MUNROE, Surviveing Executors of the Last Will and Testament of ANDREW, to pay and deliver him the same. Upon consideration whereof [CHARLES TYLER being present and assenting thereto] it is ordeFed by the Court that CHARLES TYLER and WILLIAM MUNROE doe pay and deliver unto SPENCE MUNROE all and singular the Estate left him by his Father ofwhat natureor kind soever the same be
      1716-1718 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [Antient Press]; Page 104
      Westmoreland County Court 27th of March 1718
      - MUNROE v MUNROE's Exrs.
      SARAH MUNROE, Relict ofANDREW MUNROE, Gent., deced. by her Petition to this Court sett forth that ANDREW MUNROE by his Last Will and Testament did give and bequeath to her, SARAH, the Horse she usually did ride with her bridle and saddle, a feather bed and bolster with a rugg blanketts and sheets, a quilt and a pair of curtains and vallances, and that RICHARD WATTS, CHARLES TYLER and WILLIAM MUNROE, the Executors do refuse to deliver the same to SARAH and prayed thereon &c., to which the Executors appeared and said that they have paid the Petitioner one full Child's part ofthe Testator's Estate in which she hath had all and singular the Legacies in the Will delivered to her by these Defendts. and they say that neither by Law nor Equity she ought to have both &c., upon hearing as also the arguements by each party alleadged it is the opinion of the Court that the Legacy abovementioned was designed by the Testator as a perticular bequest and not intended to be in lieu of any part of ANDREW MUNROE's Estate which by Law the Petitioner might claime, and thereupon they doe order the Executors to deliver her the same with costs alias Exon;
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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=166&last=&g_p=G1&co llection=NN Grant
      Title Roe, Bunce.
      Publication 12 July 1692.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Westmoreland County.
      Description: 163 acres on the lands of Thomas Mountjoy, Thomas Buckock, Andrew Munro and John Beard, decd. now in the possession of Michael Phillipps.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, Page 164-166 (Reel 288).
      Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, Page 166 (Reel 288).
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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=42&last=43&g_p=G2&c ollection=NN Grant
      Title Munroe, William.
      Publication 22 October 1694.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Westmoreland County.
      Description: 60 acres adjoins the land, of Andrew Munroe, Thomas Mountjoy and John Lancett.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, Page 42-43 (Reel 288).
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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=200&last=&g_p=G3&co llection=NN Grant
      Title Hoare, John.
      Publication 7 December 1708.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Westmoreland County.
      Description: 20 acres adjoins land of Andrew Munroe, Thomas Mountjoy and his own land.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 3, 1703-1710, Page 200 (Reel 288).
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      http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=113&last=114&g_p=G1&col lection=NN Grant
      Title Mountjoy, Thomas.
      Publication 10 September 1691.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
      Note Location: Westmoreland County.
      Description: Piece of land bounded Vizt. upon the land of Andrew Monrow and the land of Daniel Swillivant, decd. now in the possession of John Lancett and upon a creek commonly called Andrew Monroe’s Creek.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, Page 110-112 (Reel 288).
      Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, Page 113-114 (Reel 288).

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