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

William Monroe

Male 1666 - 1737  (71 years)


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  • Name William Monroe 
    Birth 1666  Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 26 Apr 1737  Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I25600  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 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 Margaret Bowcock,   b. Abt 1670, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Bef 1737, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 66 years) 
    Marriage Abt 1684  Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. William Monroe,   b. 1690, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1760, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 70 years)  [Father: natural]
     2. Thomas Monroe,   b. Abt 1691, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 3 Oct 1746, King George County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 55 years)  [Father: natural]
     3. George Monroe,   b. Abt 1692, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 24 Sep 1776, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 84 years)  [Father: natural]
     4. Sarah Monroe,   b. Abt 1694, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1749, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 56 years)  [Father: natural]
     5. Jane Monroe,   b. 1695, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1751, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 57 years)  [Father: natural]
     6. Mary Monroe,   b. Abt 1696, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1776, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 81 years)  [Father: natural]
     7. Andrew Monroe,   b. Abt 1690, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 25 Nov 1735, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - admin Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 45 years)  [Father: natural]
    Family ID F14639  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Family 2 Sarah MNU Monroe,   b. 1665 
    Marriage 1676  Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F16994  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      Depositions on record in Westmoreland Co. Va
      William Monroe, aged 70 in 1736;
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      1736-1738 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Will Book 8, Part 6 [Antient Press]; Page 311
      IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I WILLIAM MONROE of the County of Westmorland in the Parish of Washington being sick and weak of body but of perfect sence and memory thanks be to almighty God and knowing that there is nothing more sertaine than death and nothing more uncertaine then when or where, doe make and constitute this my Last Will and Testament as followeth; First and principally, I give my Soul into the hands of God my Creator in hopes of a shure and sertaine resurrection of the same and my body to be buried at the discretion of my Exr. hereafter mentioned; And as for my worldly Estate which God hath been pleased to bestow on me, I give and bequeath as followeth
      Item. I give to my Loving Son, THO: MONROE, the plantation he now lives on and all the appurtinances thereunto belonging to him and his heirs forever. I also give him one feather bed, one pr. of sheets, one Blanket and one Rugg, two pillows, one Bolster, two flagg red framed chaires and twenty five shillings;
      Item. I give to my Granson, THO: MONROE, one Cow and one Heipher of three years old
      Item. I give to my Granson, SPENCE MONROE, the half of my home tract of land beginning at the mouth of the Spring Branch and so up the Branch to the Ditch and from the Ditch to ( ) Path being the North part to him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten, And for want of such heirs to goe to his Brother, ANDW: MONROE, and I also give to the aforesaid SPENCE one Negro about twelve years old, one Cow and Calf, one square ) and one Roan Colt,
      Item. I give to my Granson, ANDW. MONROE, one Negroe about twelve years old, one feather bed, one pr, of sheets, one blankett & Rugg, two pillows, one Bolster, one Cow and Calfe and four sheep:
      Item, I give to my Grandaughter, JEAN MONROE, twelve pounds current money to be paid her at the day of marriage or at the age of eighteen, one feather bed, one pr. of sheets, one blankett, two pillows, one Rugg, one Cow and Calf and one (B----)
      Item. I give to my Loving Son, GEORGE MONROE, the Land he now ( ) it being part of a parcel of land belonging to JAMES BOWCOCK, to him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and for want to such heirs to go to my Granson, GEORGE MONROE, Son of WILLIAM MONROE and his heirs. I also give to my Son, GEORGE, three Negroes (vizt.) Toney, Cate and Joe, one feather bed, one old oval table, one Chest, two flagg chaires, one thirty gallon Cask, one and half dozen quart bottles, one large jugg, one large flower pot, one tea pot. one Cow two Cupps,
      Item. I give to my Loving Daughter, JEANE PAYNE, one feather bed, one pr. of sheets, one Rugg, one Blanket, one Bolster and two pillows, one Cow and Calf, two flagg chaires with red fram'd, and twelve yds. of sheeting linnen, one iron pot, one small tea table, one Cow, one fram'd looking glass and twenty five shillings
      Item. I give to my Granson, DANIEL PAYNE, one Negro boy called Ben.
      Item. I give to my Daughter, SARAH STONE, one Negro man named Tom, one feather bed, one Quilt, one pr. of sheets, one bolster, one blankett and two pillows, one Cow and one hair trunk, one Chest and ten bushels of Indian Corn and twenty five shillings.
      Item I give to my Daughter, MARY STONE, one Negro man named Jack, one molatto girle named SARAH HILLAR, one Negro girle named Jenny, one cow and 'heipher of two years old. one iron pot and two flagg chaires, one silk rugg, one feather bed, one pairo f sheets, one blankett and two pillows, one bolster, one chest, twelve yds sheeting linen, ten bushes! of Indian Corn, one flower'd ( ) and twenty five shillings;
      Item. I give to my Granson, WM: PAYNE, one small trunk and Heipher yearling
      Item, I give to my Granson, WM, STONE, one Heipher yearling;
      Item. I give to my Loving Son, WM: MONROE, the remainder part of my house tract of land being the South part to him and his heirs forever as alsoe five Negroes, (vizt.) Frank. Philip, Robin, Nan and Sue, and all the remainder part of my whole Estate.
      It is my desire that my Son, ANDREW MONROEs Childred, SPENCE ANDREW and JEAN that all the Estate that I have given them may be kept in the hands of my Exr. until they arrive to the age of Eighteen, meaning my Son, WM. MONROE.
      I constitute and appoint my Loving Son. WM. MONROE my whole and sole Exr. of this my Last Will, in case he should dye then I appoint my Loving Son, THOS: MONROE, to be my Exer. It is my desire my Estate not be appraised. It is my desire that the several legacies given may be delivered as soon as my Will is prov'd, except Negro Tom and Jack. My desire is that these two Negroes finish their crops not exceeding the last of November, my Exr. paying for their Labour to their owners five hundred pounds of tobo. and five barrels of Indian Corn at the expiration of their time. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and fiat my seal this 30th day of March 1737
      Sealed in the presents of
      ANDW: MONROE, WM. PA(ink stain)E WM. sign MONRO
      Westmorland ss. At a Court held for the said County the 26th day of April 1737
      This Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM MONROE, deced., was presented into Court by his Son, WILLIAM MONROE, his Executor in the said Will named, who made Oath thereto, And being proved by the Oaths of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record; And upon the mocon of the sd. Exr. and his performing what is usual in such cases, Certificate is granted him for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form
      Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.

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      1654-1800 Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills [Augusta B. Fothergill];
      MUNROE, WILLIAM, 30 March 1737; 26 April 1737.
      Son Thomas land; grandson Thomas Munroe; grand-son Spence and his bro. Andrew Munroe; granddaul Jane Munroe; son George; grandson George son of William Munroe; grandson Daniel Payne; Jeane Payne; daus. Sarah Stone and Mary Stone; grand-sons William Payne and William Stone; son Andrew Munroe's children Spence Andrew and Jeane; son William exr.
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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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      1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript];
      Page 78. 22 March 1689. William Monroe doe discharge Thomas Paice [Paise] from all bills, bonds or any other accounts due unto me from Mr. Thomas Bowcock estate as marrying his daughter Margarett Bowcock,
      William Munroe
      Wit: Thos. Bowcock, John Jackson.
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      1701-1707 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 3; [Antient Press]; Page 109.
      William Munroe gives for his mark of cattle and hogs a hole in the right ear and a crop and two slits in the left ear.
      2 Dec. 1702. Recorded.
      Thomas Munroe son of William Munroe of Westmoreland County gives for his mark of cattle and hogs a swallow fork in the right ear and a crop and two slits in the left ear,
      2 Dec. 1702. Recorded at request of his father.
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      1712-1716 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 5, [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 25-27. 25 March 1712.
      David Brown the Elder of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, carpenter, and Mary his wife to Richard Watts and William Munroe of same, Gent. For 1000 pounds of tobacco. 1 acre in said parish on the north side of Attopin dam opposite to a parcel of land of Richard Watts containing 600 acres and on a point where Watts and Munroe hath built a corn mill.
      David Brown
      Mary Brown
      Wit: Nicholas Downton, George Peatch, John Tyler, Thomas Bigna.
      26 March 1712. Acknowledged by David Brown and Mary his wife, she being privily examined.

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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
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      1721-1723 King George County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press];
      King George County Court 2nd of June 1721; Page 3
      - WILLIAM MUNROE by his Petition setting forth his Intention to build a Mill on THATCHERS CREEK in the County aforesaid but cannot proceed that JOHN PHAlLE and CATHERINE his Wife do own the land on the other side the Creek, And the said JOHN PLAILE having given his assent thereto, therefore the said Petition is granted; Whereupon
      it is considered by the Court and accordingly ordered that CORNELIUS EDMONDS, WILLIAM TRIPLETT and THOMAS BROOK or any two of them being first sworn before some Justice of the peace for this County some time before the next Court to be held for the said County do layoff and value an ACre of the said JOHN PLAILE's Land convenient on the Creek for the said WILLIAM MUNROE to build a Mill as aforesd., not taking away any Houses Orchards or other immediate conveniencys of the said PLAILE, And that they report their proceedings to the next Court
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      1729-1732 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Will Book 8, Part 3 [Antient Press]; Page 126-127
      THIS INDENTURE made the first day of January in the second year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., And in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred twenty and eight; Between WILLIAM MONROE SENIOR of Washington Parish in the County of Westmorland within the Dominion of Virginia, Gent., and MARGARETT his Wife, of the one part and JOHN WHITE, JUNIOR of the Parish and County aforesaid, Planter, of the other part; Witnesseth that WILLIAM MUNROE and MARGARETT his Wife in consideration of the sum of Five shillings of good and lawfull money of Great Brittain to him in hand paid the receipt of which he doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JOHN WHITE, JUNR., a Water Grist Mill commonly called and known by the name of MUNROES MILL with the appurtenances scituate on ATTOPIN DAM in Washington Parish and County aforesd. together with one acre of land part of which said land being the ground or soyl whereupon the said Mill now stands with all houses and all other benefitt & custom of a Mill, Dams, Ponds and water; To have and to hold the Water Grist Mill with the ground or soyl thereof and all other the premises unto JOHN WHITE, JUNR. his heirs; paying therefore the rent of one ear of Indian Corn on the Birth day of our Lord God next ensuing if lawfully demanded to the purpose that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession of the premisses and be thereby the better enabled to receive a Release or conveyance of the inheritance to him, In Wittness the said WILLIAM MUNROE and MARGARETT his Wife have sett their hands and seals the day month and year first above written
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      GEORGE MONROE WILL: MONROE
      GEORGE WHITE MARG: MONROE
      Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd.County the 26th day of November 1729 WILLIAM MONROE personally acknowledged this Deed of Lease of a Mill and Land by him and MARGARETT his Wife passed to JOHN WHITE, JUNR., to be his proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. WHITE is admitted to Record
      Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
      Recorded the Nineteenth day of December 1729 G. T., C. C, W.
      THIS INDENTURE made the Second day of January in the Second year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France & Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., and in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred twenty and eight, Between WILLIAM MUNROE, SENIOR of Washington Parish in County of Westmoreland, Gent., and MARGARETT his Wife, of one part and JOHN WHITE, JUNIOR, of the Parish and County aforesaid, Planter, of the other part; Wittnesseth that WILLIAM MUNROE and MARGARETT his Wife in consideration of the sum of Four thousand and five hundred pounds of good and legal tobacco in caske to him in hand paid by JOHN WHITE, the receipt whereof WILLIAM MUNROE and MARGARETT his Wife doth acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain sell and release unto JOHN WHITE and his heirs, said JOHN WHITE being in actuall possession of all the premises by virtue of a Lease and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession, all that Water Grist Mill called and known by the name of MUNROES MILL, scituate on ATTOPIN DAM in ye Parish and County aforesaid; together with one acre of land part of which being the ground or soyl whereupon the Mill stands, with all the benefitt of grinding of all the Corn and grain which shall by bruught to the Mill with all the Iron Works, Mill Stones and other meterals thereunto belonging, as allso four Hogs and allso all Mill Pools, Mill Dams and water to the same belonging; To have and to hold the Mill and land unto JOHN WHITE, JUNR., his heirs.and WILLIAM MUNROE for himself his heirs the Mill with appurtenances unto JOHN WHITE his heirs shall warrant and defend from the claims of all manner of persons; In Wittness whereof the said WILLIAM MUNROE and MARGARETT his Wife have hereunto sett their hands and seals the day month and year first above written
      Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      GEORGE MONROE, WILL: MONROE
      GEORGE WHITE MARG: MONROE
      Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 26th day of November 1729 WILLIAM MONROE personally acknowledged this Deed of Release of a Mill and Land by him and MARGARETT, his Wife, passed to JOHN WHITE, JUNR., to be his proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. WHITE, is admitted to Record
      Test. G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
      Recorded the Nineteenth day of December 1729 G.T., C. C. W
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      1729-1732 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Will Book 8, Part 3 [Antient Press]; Page 137-138
      THIS INDENTURE made the Twenty fifth day of August in the Third year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., And in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and thirty; Between JAMES BOWCOCK of the Parish of Washington in the County of Westmorland, Planter of the one part and WILLIAM MONROE of the same Parish and County, Planter, of the other part; Witnesseth that JAMES BOWCOCK in consideration of the sum of five shillings Sterling money to him in hand paid by WM. MONROE, the receipt, whereof JAMES BOWCOCK doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain & sell unto WM: MONROE one certain tract of land containing by estimation One hundred and Three acres (be the same more or less) being part of that Pattent or Tract whereon said JAMES BOWCOCK now lives, being now in the tenure and occupation of the said WM: MONROE by virtue of a Lease for the same to him made by JAMES BOWCOCK, bearing date the twenty eighth day of October one thousand seven hundred twenty & seven and not yet expired, the land scituate in Parish and County aforesd. and bounded, Begining at a marked live Oak corner tree to this land and a parcell of land formerly sold by JAMES BOWCOCK unto ST. JOHN SHROPSHIRE and standing in the WHITE OAK SWAMP, thence West one hundred and sixty poles along the ad. SHROPSHIRE3 line to a whit° Oak corner tree to this land and the land of the said SHROPSHIRE standing in the FORREST, thence North one degree West to a white Oak corner tree to this Land and standing also in the FORREST, from thence Northerly, Easterly and Southerly according to the several courses and distances which may appear by the Platt of the whole Dividend or Tract of land belonging to the sd. JAMES BOWCOCK to the first mention'd live Oak including all the land of sd.JAMES on the Westermost side of the land of the sd. SHROPSHIRE; Together with all profits comoditys & appurtenances to the premises belonging; To have and to hold the One hundred and three acres of land (be the same more or less) with appurtenances unto WILLIAM MONROE & assigns, during the full term of one whole year paying therefore unto JAMES BOWCOCK his heires the Rent of one grain of Indian Corn at the Feast of the Nativity of our Lord Christ, if the same be lawfully demanded, to the intent that by vertue of these presents and by force of the Statute for transferring uses into possession, WILLIAM MONROE may be in actual possession of the premises and enabled to take the inheritance thereof to him and his heires, In Witness whereof the partys
      first above named have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written
      Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
      NICH: MINOR, JR. JAMES BOWCOCK
      ANDW: MONROE, JR., W: STURMAN
      Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 26th day of August 1730
      JAMES BOWCOCK personally acknowledged this Deed of Lease of Land by him passed to WILLIAM MONROE to be his proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. MONROE is admitted to Record
      Test G, TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
      Recorded the sixteenth day of September 1730 G. T., C. C.-W,
      THIS INDENTURE made the Twenty sixth day of August in the Third year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Brittain France & Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., and in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and thirty; Between JAMES BOWCOCK of the Parish of Washington in the County of Westmorland, Planter, of one part and WILLIAM MONROE of the same Parish and County of other part; Witnesseth that JAMES BOWCOCK in consideration of the sum of Thirty pounds curr: money and one thousand and thirty pounds of good tobacco to him in hand paid by WILLIAM MONROE, the receipt whereof JAMES BOWCOCK Both hereby acknowledge, path and by these presents doth bargain & sell unto WILLIAM MONROE all that full quantity of One hundred and three acres of land (be the same
      more or less) (this Release repeats the Lease to WILLIAM MONROE and Pattent as well as the description of the bounds of the land); To have and to hold the One hundred and three acres of land and premises with appurtenances unto WILLIAM MONROE his heires; and JAMES BOWCOCK for him and his heirs the one hundred and three acres of land and other the premises with appurtenances unto WILLIAM MONROE his heires against him and every person claiming under him shall warrant and for ever defend by these presents; (the Rent & Services from henceforth to become due & payable to the Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee as also the aforementioned Lease unto WM: MONROE only excepted); In Witness whereof the partys first abovenamed have hereunto interchangably set their hands & affixed their seales the day and year first above written
      Sealed and Delivered in presence of
      NICH: MINOR, JR. JAMES BOWCOCK
      ANDW: MONROE, JR,
      W. STURMAN
      Westmorld, es. At a Court hold for the 3d. County the 26th day of August 1730
      JAMES BOWCOCK personally acknowledged this Deed of Release of Land by him passed to WILLIAM MONROE to be his proper act and deed, Also SARAH, Wife of the sd. JAMES BOW- COCK, (being first privately examined) relinquished her Right & Title of Dower and Thirds at the Common Law in and to the Lands by this Deed conveyed; all which at the instance of the sd. MONROE is admitted to Record
      Test G, TURBERVILE, C. C. W. Recorded the Sixteenth day of September 1730, G, T., C. C. .
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      ROE, BUNCH, 26 July 1756; 28 Sept. 1756.
      Nephew William Roe 2 negroes; to Susanna Baker a horse; part of estate to children of William Whiting; bro. Henry Roe; to Butler Baker a horse and saddle; Amy Pritchett a horse, bed and furniture and her wages for 2 years; William Munroe and John Weedon exrs.
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      http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=164&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: 331 acres adjoins the land of John Scott, lands of Thomas Buckock, the land of John Beard, decd. and the land of William Munroe.
      Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, Page 162-164 (Reel 288).
      Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, Page 164 (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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