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

William Green

Male Abt 1666 - 1692  (~ 24 years)


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  • Name William Green 
    Birth Abt 1666  Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death Between 1690 and 1692  Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I47318  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Father William 'Stafford' Green,   b. Bef 1637, England Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 11 Jan 1686, Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 49 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Anne MNU Green,   b. Abt 1650   d. 10 Aug 1698, Stafford County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 48 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage Abt 1666  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F10641  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      1689-1693 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2 [Antient Press];
      p 145 - THE DEPOSICON of MARTYN SCARLET beinge summoned alt ye suit off their Majties for a debt due being sworne saith that he paid ye balance of an Accompt of MR. WILLIAM GREENE made wth COLL. WASHINGTON about August in the year 76 in wch accompt was one article charged to the said WM. GREENE to be dept a Bill of Mr. LAWRENCE Eleven hundred & some odd wch Accompt was after paid to COLL. WASHINGTON or order by ye Subsriber who married ye Extrz. of the said WILLIAM GREENE
      MARTINE SCARLETT March 13th 1689/90 and then recorded

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      1689-1690 Stafford County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press] Court held 13th March 1689/90
      616. Capt. GEORGE BRENT the Atturney of EDMOND JENNINGS Esqr. Atturney of their Majestys in General set forth and declared that WILLIAM GREENE late of this County deced at the time of his death stood indebted to RICHARD LAWRENCE late of James Citty Rebell by Bill under his hand the sum of Eleven hundred and thirty one pounds of Tobacco & caske as by the said Bill dated the 20th of June 1675 will appear that the said Richd. Lawrence after the taking the said Bill broke out into open rebellion whereby his Estate became forfeited to the Crowne and amongst other the abovesaid Bill and Debt of the said Greenes which having never yet been paid there Majesties have now brought their action against Capt. MARTIN SCARLET who married the relict and Executrix of the aforesaid Greene and demands Judgment thereon for the said Bill of Eleven hundred and thirty one pounds of Tobacco and cask with costs of suit And the said Martin Scarlet came into Court in propria persona and Exhibited an account to this Worshipful Court brought by Coll. LAWRENCE WASHINGTON late deced against him as marrying the relict and executrix of the afsd William Green which said account he made oath that he had fully satisfied and paid Wherefore he humbly prays to be discharged from the aforesaid action And now forasmuch as the said Martin Scarlet having produced the aforesaid accompt and drawn adeption in this Court under his hand and fairly sworne and signed thereto in this Court Therefore tis ordered that Martin Scarlet shall be fully and freely discharged :. Capt. George Brent Atturney of Edmund Jennings Esqr. Atturney General as afsd not being content with the Judgment of this Court appeals to the fourth day of the General Court to be held before his Excellency and the honourable Counsell of State at James Citty
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      1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
      Page 20-21 TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I WM. GREENE of Stafford County Planter this 11 day of January in ye yeare 1685 And in ye first yeare of the Reigne of or Sovereigne Lord KING JAMES the Second Now Know Yee that I the said WM. GREENE for ye sume of two thousand five hundred pounds of Tobo in Caske to be pd by THOMAS HARRISON of ye same County Planter In manner following to ye said WM. GREENE that is to say the sume of two thousand pounds of Tobo and Caske this present yeare and five hundred in the yeare following, to the sd by the sd THOMAS HARRISON his heires or assignes and in consideration of the Tobo aforesaid I the said WM. GREENE have sold ye said THOMAS HARRISON a tract of land containing two hundred acres of land in ye aforesd County of Stafford being pt of a devident or tract of land containing Twelve hundred acres formerly belonging to Mr. WM. GREENE ye Elder Father to ye aforesaid WM. GREENE given and left unto him by his said Fathers Last Will & Testament as upon Record in ye County Court said tract of land beginning at a gum just below ye Plantn his said Father formerly seated and soe running ye breadth of two hundred acres up ye Runn called ACCOTINCKE In Witness whereof I have sett my hand & seale ye day &year above
      In presence of CHARLES BALDRIDGE, WM_ GREENE WM. DOWNEING, RICH. BRYANT
      This Sale of Land was acknowledged in ye County Court of Stafford by CHAR: BALDRIDGE Attorney of WM. GREENE to ye within named THOMAS HARRISON this 9 day of Decembr. 1686, And then was recorded
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WM. GREENE of Stafford County doe appoint CHA: BALDRIDGE to bee my true and lawfull Attorney in my stead to acknowledge to THOS. HARRISON in ye County aforesd Two hundred acres of land as by Deed of Sale doth appeare. As Witness my hand & Seale ye 4 December 1686
      Test RICH. BRIANT, WM. GREENE THOMAS MARAM
      Recorded in ye County Court of Staff& this 9 day of Decembr. 1686
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      1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
      p. 28a TO ALL TO WHOME these presents shall come I SR_ WM.BERKELEY Knt. Governor & Capt. Gentl. of Virga, send greeting. Know yec accordingly grante unto WM.GREENE Eleaven hundred & fifty acres of land in ye County of Staffd upon ye NNW side of POTTOMACK RIVR Beginning at the NE Poynt of POHICK CREEKE extendinge along POTTOMACK RIVER ENE to a marked Chestnut Oake standings on ye SE Syde of a small Creeke yt issueth into the POHICK CREEKE from thence SW to ye poynt of the sd small Creeke finally SE down ye POHICK CREEKE parelell to ye sd WM. GREENE by & for the transportacon of 23 persons into this Collony whose names are on ye Records mentioned underneath this PattentTo Have and To Hold the said land paying etc. Provided etc given at JAMES CITTY undr my hand & Seale of ye Collony this five be twenteth day of October & in the XXIIth yeare off the Reigne of our Sovereign Lord King CHARLES ye Second 1669.
      WM, BERKELEY Recorded in ye County Court of Staffd. 9 Decembr 1686
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      1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
      p. 28a TO ALL XIAN PEOPLE to whose these presents shall come Know Yee that Whereas SAMPSON DORRELL of Staffd. County in Virga. Marrinr. hath for foure thousand pounds of tobo & Caske already pd to Mr WM. GREENE hath sold to the sd DORRELL & his heires forever all ye right title of within mentioned Pattent together wth all rights wtsoever yt was hetherto due and belonging to me and further doth for my selfe & my heires Release ye sd Pattent Warranting the sale of ye same to the said SAMPSON DORRELL his heires for Ever. Witness my hand & Seale this 9 day of December 1686
      In presence of JONATHAN MOTTERSHED, WM. GREENS JAMES WILDE
      This Assignment of land was acknowledged in County Court of Stafford by ROBERT FRANCKE Attorny of WM. GREENE unto the within named SAMPSON DORRELL this 9 day Decembr, 1686 And was then recorded.
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      1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
      Page 29-29a TO ALL XIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come Know Yee that I WM. GREENE of the County of Staffd_ in Virga Gent_ for foure thousand five hundred pounds of Tobo to me pd by SAMPSON DORRELL of the County aforesd before the delivery of these presents have sold unto said SAMPSON DORRELL his heires for ever Three hundred and fifty acres of land being part of a Pattent for Eleven hundred and fifty acres belonging unto the sd WM.. GREENE being on ye North side of POHICK CREEKE and to Run ye sd Three hundred and fifty acres according to Patent Beginning ye first bounds at ye mouth of OOUATINCK CREEKE & see to Runn up the sd OOUATINCK CREEKE & downe POHICK CREEKE such lines & distance as shall containe the sd Three hundred and fifty acres. In Witness whereof I the sd WM. GREENE hath sett my hand and Seale this 28 day of November 1686.
      In presence of JOHN MOTTERSHED. WM GREENE JAMES WILDE JOANE KENNINGHAM
      This Sale of Lard was acknowledged in ye County Court of Staffd. by ROBERT FRANCKLAND Attorney of WM. GREENE unto the within named SAMPSON DORRELL this 9 day of Decembr 1686, And was then recorded
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      1689-1693 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2 [Antient Press];
      Page 173a
      TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come Know Yee that I SARAH THORNBY late Widow & Relict of HENRY THORNBY late of Stafford County deced this 22 day of October 1690 & in ye Second yeare of ye Reignes of or Sovereignes Lord & Lady KINGE WILLIAM & QUEEN MARY for ye sume of Three thousand & Foure hundred pounds of Tobacco in Caste paid by GEORGE PROCTOR of ye Countie of RAPPAHANNOCK have sold unto said GEORGE PROCTOR his heires a tract of land in Stafford County containinge two hundred acres formerly purchased by Mr. ROGER PERFYL of Mr. PETER JENNINGS of GLOSTER COUNTY wch said lands for wante of heires Escheated to his Majtie of whom ye said lande was purchased by Mr. GEORGE ENGLISH formerly of Stafford County & by ye said GEORGE ENGLISH assigned and made over to Mr. WILLIAM GREENE formerly of Stafford County & by ye said WM. GREENE was sold to my deced Father JOHN GARDINER formerly of Stafford County aforesaid & soe lawfully descended to me ye afore said SARAH ye onley & Sole Daughter of JOHN GARDINER & soe by consequence heir att law to him as by ye Pattent Deeds & conveyances & jury of Ingress will appear The said Tract of land wch was purchased by ye said JOHN GARDINER my aforesaid deced Father of Mr. WILLIAM GREENE of Stafford aforesaid Deced as by Deed dated ye 12th of November 1672 doth more fully appear beinge partly adjoyninge upon ye lands of RICHARD ROSSER Late of Stafford County deced and partly adjoyning upon ye lande wch was in possession of THOMAS FOLIO in PAZBETANZY FORREST wthin the abovesaid County wch Lands as aforesaid was by Major RICHARD HEABEARD sold unto JOHN ROLT as by Bill of Sale ye 11th of November 1688 and from ye said JOHN ROLT sold to ye said Mr. WILLIAM GREENE. In Wittness whereof ye said SARAH THORNBY have sett my hande & seale
      In presence of JAMES HEARSE, SARAH THORNBY RICH. BRIAN
      This abovesaid Deed of Sale of land was acknowledged unto the aforesaid GEORGE PROCTOR by ye said SARAH THORNBY att ye County Court of Stafford on ye 14th day of November 1690 & was then recorded

      Page 173a- TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I SARAH THORNBY ye Widdow & Relict of HENRY THORNBY late of Stafford County this 22 day of October 1690 in ye second year of the Reigns of our Sovereignes Lord & Lady KING WM and QUEEN MARY for ye sume of 1750 poundes of Tobacco in Caste by JOHN BEAMOND & THOMAS GRUBBE of ye County of RAPPA. Planters have sold a tract of land in PAZBETANZY FORREST in Stafford County containinge one hundred acres of land the said tract of lande beinge part of a Dividend of Seven hundred acres formerly purchased by Mr. ROGER PERFYL of Mr. PETER JENNINGS of GLOSTER COUNTY wch said land for want of heires escheated to his Majtie of whom ye lande was purchased by Mr. GEORGE ENGLISH & by the said Mr, GEORGE ENGLISH sold unto Major RICHARD HEABEARD formerly of Stafford County and by the said MAJOR HEABEARD assigned to one JOHN ROLT & by the said JOHN ROLT made over to ye said HEABEARD againe & lastley by ye said HEABEARD was sold & made over to my deced Father JOHN GARDINER formerly of Stafford County by a good & authentick Deed dated ye fifth day of October 1671 and so rightfully & lawfully descended to me on beinge the sole Daughter & heire of ye aforesaid JOHN GARDlNER beinge part of ye Dividend aforesaid & scituate in PAZBETANZY afore-said & adjoyninge to ye land that was in occupacon of RICHARD ROSSER late of this County deced as also bounded wth a tract of land sold by ye said SARAH THORNBY unto GEORGE PROCTOR by Deed beareinge date wth these presents. In Wittness whereof I the said SARAH THORNBY have sett my hande & Seale
      In presence of JAMES HEARSE.. SARAH X THORNBY RICHARD BRIAN
      This Sale of Lando was acknowledged by ye said SARAH THORNBY unto JOHN BEAMOND &THOMAS GRUBBS in the County Court of Stafford the 14th of November 1690 was then recorded
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      1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press];; Page 230-231
      I FRANCIS ELLIS of Salem in New England Mariner do hereby give full
      power unto my loving friend & cousin GEORGE MASON of Stafford County in Virga. Gent. to make sale & in my name & place to deliver & sell for my proper use and benefit all my land on the North side of the mouth of Pohick Creek in Stafford County which I bought of WILLIAM GREEN as per deed of sale lying upon Record with the Clerk of Court of Stafford may appear ratifying & hereby confirming what the sd George Mason shall do or cause to be done .. I desire to have the produce of the said land sent to me in good bills of Excha. otherwise in such English goods as you can send to me .. your hble Servt & Kinsman
      Fran. Ellis
      Presence Amos Dennis,
      John Kine, John Peak
      Westmoreland County in Virginia Set. These are to certify .. that on the
      29th day of July 1704 Amos Dennis, John Kine John Peach witnessed the above letter of attorney personally appeared before us WILLOBY ALLERTON & RICHARD LEE Esqr. joint commissioners in the Office of Public Notary for the District of South Potomack by commission from his Excellency .. did take oath they saw Francis Ellis sign above letter of attorney to Collo. George Mason of county Stafford
      Wm Allerton Publicis
      Richard Lee noteris
      The said Letter of Attorney & proof thereon was by order of Court Recorded the 10th day of August 1704.
      Nathl. Pope Cl Cur
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      1722-1728 Stafford County, Virginia Deed Book; [Antient Press]; page 498-501
      This Indenture made 14th february 1727 between ROBERT HEDGES of Parish Overwharton County Stafford Planter .. THOMAS OWSLEY of Parish & County afsd Planter by deeds of lease and release for Two thousand five hundred pounds of Tobacco .. Caske sold 200 acres beginning at a gut just below the Plantation where WILLIAM GREEN the Elder late of the Parish .. County aforesaid deced formerly saeated and so running up the Run called Attotink the breadth of 100 acres .. the Same breadth back the said 200 acres being part of a Dividend containing 1200 acres formerly belonging to the said William Green the Elder .. by him left to his son William Green the Younger who by his Deed bearing date 11th January 1685 aliened the premises unto THOS HARRISON late of the Parish .. County aforesaid Planter which said Harrison afterwards by his deed of 15th November 1692 transferred unto JOHN HOLMES late also of Parish .. County afsd Planter deced under whom the aaid Robert Hedges now claims the same.
      Presence Henry fitzhugh junr.,
      Geo. Mason, John x Brown {I B}
      At Court held for Stafford County 13th March 1727 Robert Hedges acknowledged
      his deed together with Receipt thereon endorsed .. admitted to record
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      1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson]; Page 5
      pp 77-78 William Green of the county of Stafford to John West of the same 4000lb Tob consideration...300a.. part of a tract of 1100a belonging to William Green dec... mouth of little gutt runing down this cr of Accotincke dated July 6, 1686. Will Green
      Wit: David [his mark] Anderson, George[x] Anderson, July 14, 1686
      At court of Prince William Aug 18 1731, Deed of Sale from William West to John West with certificate endorsed was presented by Hugh West.

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