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

Andrew Buckner

Male Bef 1652 - 1687  (> 35 years)


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  • Name Andrew Buckner 
    Birth Bef 1652  London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 8 Jun 1687  Stafford County, Virginia - inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I28298  Tree1
    Last Modified 22 Apr 2024 

    Father Virginia Buckner 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F16299  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Dorothy Peyton 
    Notes 
    • unproven marriage
    Family ID F18661  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 22 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
      p. 42a ANDREW BUCKNERs Estate.tobo.
      To MR. MOUNTJOY as appears; to Mr. SAMLL. HAYWARD for fees; to ye Shriffe to prove his Verball Will: to Witnesses charges;
      to Shriffe fees for Admon; to JNO. SIMS for Plank for his Coffin: to Secretary for Probate; to his Excellency for Ditto: to funeral] charges; to LAW: WASHINGTON judgmt in p of his Bond:
      Contra By ye inventory of the Estate; to MR. KENNERs bond for 18:00:00; to Mr.. GEORGE RICHARDS Ball; Total 22:09:11.
      Recorded in ye County Court of Stafford this 8 day of June 1687
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      1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
      47a Mr. ANDW. BUCKNER LONDON Septr 29 1685
      Sr. I recd yor letter wth a bill of 15 lb & 1 have pd ye bill of 2;114:05, to Mr. TANDS wch is all I know of at present yt you have Drawne on me soe you may finde I am De to you 4:09 which shalt be ready on my pr Ordr. I rest yrs to Command
      GEO: RICHARDS

      Mr. ANDW. BUCKNER Dr, for ye Last years Le., Due to ye Ball, by a Bill of Mr. LOYDS; 15 pounds
      Recorded in ye County Court of Stafford the 9 of June 1687

      p. 48 KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ANDR. BUCKNER of ye County of Stafford Gent am bound unto Capt. LAW; WASHINGTON or his Certaine Attorneys in ye just & nett quantity of Thirty thousand pounds of Sound Merchantable Tobo in Caske To bee truely paid on my Dwelling planton on Demand I binde myselfe The Condition of this abovesd Bond is that sd ANDR. BUCKNER shall draw good bills of Execution when ye sd LAWRANCE WASHINGTON shall demand for Sixty Six lb Current Sterl Money of England. Itt being for three negroes one man & two women bot of ye std Capt. LAW: WASHINGTON being for ye proppr uses & Acct of Mr. EDW; PERRIN & COMPA. then this above sd bond to bee voyd & of noe effect otherwaies in force. As Witness my hand & Seale this 24 of October 1685
      ANDREW BUCKNER
      In presence of us JNO, WASHINGTON, JNO. JONES
      Recorded in ye County Court of Stafford the 8 day of June 1687
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      1692-1704 Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia; [Mary Marshall Brewer]

      3 Apr 1693. Deed. WM YATES & JANE his wife of Rich Co for a valuable consideration sold to DAVID DARNELL of same co ... a 100 a. parcell of land pt/o a parcell of land formerly purch of JOHN and GEORGE MOTT and from them sold unto WILLIAM MOSELEY and by him to ANDREW BUCKNER and from him to ABRAHAM KENYON the whole tr 1608 a. according to a late survey by Capt WILLIAM MOSELEY betwixt the said YATES & said DARNELL adj Mr. BALL & Masaroon Cr. Wit: WM ALLEN, JNO KENYON. Ackn 8 Oct 1696. (Bk 2pg: 198)
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      1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
      p. 20 KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I GERRARD FOWKE of CHARLES COUNTY in ye PROVINCE of MARYLAND doe hereby make over unto EDW: MADDOCKS & his Successors, all my right title in & of my Unkle THOMAS FOWKES marke of Cattle & hoggs it being as followeth Vizt. Crop and under keele on ye right ear and over keele on ye left Ear which said marke I ye abovesd FOWKES doe disowne soe yt all Cattle and hoggs of that marke runing on the sd FOWKES land on PASBYTANZEY CREEKE I leave to ye sayd MADDOCK and his Successors As Witness my hand &Seale this 9 July 1685
      ANDREW BUCKNER, GERRARD FOWKE THURROGOOD PATE
      Recorded in ye County Court of Stafford 9 day Decem: 1686
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      1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 123-124
      THIS INDENTURE made the 2 day of September in the yeare of our Lord God One thousand Six hundred Seaventy and Three and of our Sovereigne Lord KING CHARLES the Second the Twenty fourth Between WILLIAM MOSELEY and MARTHA his Wife of the one party and ANDREW BUCKNER of the other partie both of the County of Rappa Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM and MARTHA his Wife doe for themselves and every of their heirs sell unto the said ANDREW his heirs and assigns all their right and interest of one parcell of land containing Eleven hundred and Seventeene acres of land or thereabouts in the said County on the North side of the River and in the Freshes thereof formerly purchased by Mr, JOHN and GEORGE MOTT as by a Deed already by them acknowledged in the Court of the said County and there recorded according as it is already hounded and this they do acknowledge to have done for a valuable consideration to them in hand paid and received and they do therefore hereby promise and agree with the said ANDREW his heirs and assigns for themselves and every of their heirs that they and every of them at all times hereafter warrant this their deed to be lawfull and good against all persons whatsoever clayming any part or parcel! thereof and they do further agree with the said ANDREW for themselves their heirs that the said ANDREW shall at all times hereafter enjoy and occupy the same withal! its rights thereon withall woods water and water courses to the sole use of him his heirs and assigns forever without the molestation of them or either or any of their heirs or any other persons under them and they do further agree with the said ANDREW that they will acknowledge this their Deed before the Court of Rappa. there to be enrolled at the proper cost and charge of the said ANDREW either by themselves or their known lawfull Attorney he the said ANDREW paying and discharging all rents and services wch now or hereafter shall be due for the same. In Witness whereof they have hereunto sett their hands and seals the day and year as above in presence of us WILLIAM UNDERWOOD SENR WILLIAM MOSELEY
      RICHARD HOGANES
      Recognit in Com Rappa 9 die 7bris 1672
      KNOW ALL MEN that I doe hereby constitute and appoint my loving Kinsman Mr.
      WILLIAM UNDERWOOD my true and lawfull Attorney for me and in my name to acknowledge my right and title of a tract of land of Eleven hundred and Seventeene acres or thereabouts to ANDREW BUCKNER at the next Court held for the County and what my said Attorney shall doe in the premises I doe hereby rattifie and confirm as if I myself were there present as Witness my hand and seale this second day of September 1673
      in presence of RICHARD HOGANES. MARTHA MOSELEY
      WILL MOSELEY JUNR.
      Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa 7bris 1673
      === land mentioned
      1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 179-181
      TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come Wee JOHN MOTT and GEORGE MOTT of the County of Rappa. Planters send Greeting in our Lord God Know yee that we the said JOHN MOTT and GEORGE MOTT have for the sume of One hundred Twenty and five pounds Sterling already in hand received of Mr. WILLIAM THORNTON of the County of GLOUCESTER Planter of every part whereof we doe hereby discharge him have granted and sold unto the aforesaid WILLIAM THORNTON his heirs and assigns forever Two Thousand acres of land being in the Freshes of RAPPA and on the North side of the River being marked and bounded beginning at a marked Pickikory standing neare the Banke of the River neare to the end of a small ground about a mile above MUDDY CREEKE and thence along a line of marked trees dividing this land and the land of ANDREW BUCKNER the marked red Oak in the head line of Collo, WILLIAM BALL and from thence along a line of marked trees NW to a corner tree in Mr. RICHARD WHITEHEADs line and from thence along a dividing line betweene this land & the land of RICHARD WHITEHEAD to another corner tree and from thence down a line of marked trees to the WAIDING PLACE of MUDDY CREEKE and down the said Run & Creeke uppon the upper side downe to the mouth and so to the River and up the said River according to the several' courses including all low & sunkin land to the place where it first began according as the same was surveyed marked and bounded by Mr. GEORGE MORRIS before the sealing and delivery of these presents To have and to hold the said Two thousand acres of land to him and his heirs forever together with all priviledges and immunities thereunto belonging in as large manner as the same was granted unto us by our Sovereigne Lord the King wthout any lett or eviction of us or persons whatsoever & doe hereby further agree wth the said Mr. WILLIAM THORNTON his heirs that we will warrant the said land to him and save harmless them in the premises against the claim of any person whatsoever and cause ELIZABETH the Wife of GEORGE MOTT either by herselfe or certain Attorney to do the same in the County Court of Rappa upon the reasonable request of the said WILLIAM THORNTON or his certaine attorney that it may be recorded according to the usual' manner in like cases In Witness whereof we have set our hands and seals this Seven and Twentieth day of September 1673
      in presence of us JAMES KAY JOHN MOTT
      WILL. DAY GEORGE MOTT

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      1682-1686 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 183-185
      THIS INDENTURE made the fifteenth day of December 1684 Between ANDREW BUCKNER of STAFFORD COUNTY Gent. of the one part and ABRAHAM KENYON of Rappa: County, Clk., of the other part. Whereas JOHN MOTT and GEORGE MOTT of Rappa. County Gent, and ELIZABETH the Wife of the said GEORGE MOTT did by their Indenture bearing date the thirteenth day of December in the yeare of our Lord God 1672 for the consideration therein mentioned sell all their right to a certaine par- cell of land containing Eleven hundred and seventeen acres being in the County of Rappa: aforesaid on the North side of Rappa: River and in the Freshes thereof being part of a greater devident granted to them by Pattent beginning at the River side and running thence by a line of marked trees up to the head of ye land of Collnll. WILLIAM BALL, North West and by North and then by the sd BALLs land unto the River side and thence by the River side according to several Corners thereof to the first menconed tree by the River to Mr. WM. MOSELEY of Rappa: County To have and enjoy the same unto him the sd WM. MOSELEY his heirs forever as made by the sd recited Indenture now lying upon the Record in the Records of the Court of the County of Rappa: aforesd. relating being had may appeare and being so passed the sd WM. MOSLY and MARTHA his Wife by their Indentures bearing date the second day of September 1673 did for the consideration therein mentioned give sell unto the sd ANDREW BUCKNER his heires all their title and interest unto the before recited parcell of land and prmisses with the appurtenances To have and to hold unto him the sd ANDREW BUCKNER his heires forever as in sd last recorded Indenture remaining likewise upon the County Court records of the County of Rappa: aforesd. relation being had may appeare, and being so passed
      Now This Indenture Witnesseth that the sd ANDREW BUCKNER in consideration of the sum of Forty Five pounds Sterling money of England in hand paid or secured to be paid by ABRAHAM KENYON unto him as also for divers other good causes the sd ANDREW BUCKNER thereunto especially moveing hath granted unto the sd ABRAHAM KENYON his heires all that before recited tract of land containing Eleven hudnred and seventeen acres bounded as aforesaid with all its right and also all woods waters paths passages and advantages to the same belonging To have and to hold unto him the sd ABRAHAM KENYON his heires forever at all times hereafter quietly to hold and enjoy withut the lawfull molestation of ANDREW BUCKNER his heires or any other persons whatsoever lawfully claiming any right under him In Witness whereof the sd ANDREW BUCKNER hath set his hand and seal this ninth day of February in the year 1684
      Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us
      FRANS: DADE, ANDREW BUCKNER
      RALPH WALKER
      EDWARD BOWMAN the mark of
      Recognitre in Cur Com Rappa 1 die July 1685 et recordatr xii

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