Leonard JonesBef 1642 - 1703 (> 61 years)
Name Leonard Jones Birth Bef 1642 Gender Male Death 10 May 1703 Somerset County, Maryland - Inventory Person ID I72376 Tree1 Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
Father Virginia Jones Relationship natural Family ID F14930 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Children 1. Leonard Jones, b. Abt 1672, North Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia d. 12 Jun 1744, Dorchester County, Maryland (Age ~ 72 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F37306 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
Leonard Jones 24.122 I SO £58.6.2 May 10 1703
Appraisers: John McClester, John Jones.
Thomas Feild 7A.286 I Oct 30 1680
Appraisers: Benjamin Summer, Nathaniell Daugherty.
List of debts: Robert Moy, Alexander Moore, Leonard Jones, James Allen, Thomas Jones.
Thomas Feild 7A.287 A
List of debts: William Beader, Leonard Jones, James Aling, Robert Moy, Alexander Moore, Thomas Jones.
Payments to: Robert Catlin, Jr., Thomas Williams, Richard Buckland.
Administrator: William Coulborne.
List of Debts for Capt. Thomas Walker
In the Inventories & Accounts is a list of the debts for the estate of Capt. Thomas Walker. The list is dated 10 March 1680. The inventory was filed in Somerset County. This list can be found in Liber 7B, Folios 106-114.
List of Debts a Payments for William Stevens
In the Inventories Accounts is a list of the debts & payments for the estate of William Stevens. The list is dated 1688. This list can be found in Liber 10, Folios 61-68.
Nicholas Nicholson 13A.313 A AA £122.0.10 £170.3.10 May 20 1695
Payments to: Simon Hellman, Richard Cheshire, Thomas Hooker, Mr. Thomas Tench, Otho Holland, Charles Chishell, John Larkins, Henry Bonner, Edward Talbott, Thomas Bland, John Gressam, Robert Proctor, Gabriel Parrott, John Quatermus, Jame Young, Leonard Jones.
Administratrix: Hester Baldin (relict).
1655-1664 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 4; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 392
LEONARD JONES, 200 acs. in Rappa. Co., on Wwd. side of Totoskey Cr. about 3 mi. up the same. 19 July 1662, p. 282, (385). Beg. on a poynt by sd. Cr. side called Onachymoyes (?) quarter &c. Trans. of 4 pers: Wm. Jones, Ann Jones, 2 Negroes: Maria & Tony.
Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; Page 49-50
TO ALL TO WHOM &c. Now Know ye &c. that I the sd Sr. WILLIAM BERKLEY Knt &c with the consent of the Councell of State accordingly give & grant unto THOMAS FRESHWATER 200 acres of land being on ye North side of RAPPA. RIVER upon a Creek called TOTOSKEY CREEK & on the water side of ye sd Creek & joynes to ye land of LEONARD JONES & begineth at a marked Oak on ye sd: Creek side thence tuning for leanth into ye woods by a line of marked trees that devides this land from ye land of ye sd JONES W. by S. unto a marked Spanish Oak by or nigh a branch that proceedeth out of Mr, WILLIAMSONS CREEK thence No. by W. being its due breadth & the Course parallel to the sd Creek side & finally thence down by & along the sd Creek side to the marked tree where it begun the sd land being formerly granted unto ROBT. SISSON by Pattent dated (blank) & by him deserted & upon petition of ye sd FRESHWATER it was granted unto him ye 2d of ye Genll. Court held March last past by Order of ye Govr: & Coun cell to have and to hold &c. to be held &c. yealding & paying &c. provided &c. Given at JAMES CITY under my hand & the seal of the Colony this 30th of September 1664 Anoq Dom THOMAS FRESHWATER his WILLIAM BERKLEY
Pattent for 300 acres of lande
Test FRA: KIRKMAN Cl Cur
Recordatr 10th 8ber 1665 Test PHILL LUDWELL Cl Off
1662-1664 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 309
KNOW ALL MEN that I LEONARD JONES do constitute & appoint my Loveing Friend Mr. GEORGE HASLOCK my lawfull Attorney for all matters of controversies or suits that are agt. me and shall rattify & confirme what my said Attorney shall doe in the premises as witness my hand this third February 1663
Test JOHN HULL, LEONARD JONES
1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 481-482
THESE PRESENTS WITNESSETH that I THOMAS COLLY for and in consideracon of Fifteene hundred and Seaventy pounds of good Tobo; & Caske to me in hand paid by WM. DENBY doe for me my heires make over unto the sd Denby one parcell of land Cont: 200 acres scituate lying and being in Rappa. County and on the No: side of a Creeke called Totoskey Creeke and bounded uppon the Lands of JOHN SHERLOCKE on the one side & JOHN DEYOUNGE on the other side the said land being formerly taken up by LEONARD JONES and by him deserted & by Ordr: of the Honble: Gover: and Councell to me the sd Colly To Have and To Hold the sd Land unto him the sd Wm. Denby his heires for Ever IN WITTNESS whereof I the sd Tho. Colly have hereunto sett my hand & Seale this 27th day of Septembr. 1667,
Test THO: FRESHWATER, Thomas Colly
Recognit in Cur Com Rappa Primo Die July 1668
=== land mentioned
1686-1688 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 247-248
TO ALL TO WHOM &c. Now Know yee that I the sd FRANCIS MORRISON, Esqr. do with the consent of the Councell of State accordingly give and grant unto ROBT. SISSON Two hundred acres of land lying on the Westward side of
TOTASKEY CREEK in Rappa: County and adjoyning to the land of LEONARD JONES and Beginning at a marked Oake on the sd Creek side, thence runing for length into the woods by a line of marked trees that divides this land and the land of the sd JONES, West by South unto a marked Spanish Oake by or nigh a branch that proceedth out of Mr. WILLIAMSONs CREEKE, thence North by West being its due breadth and the course parrallel to the sd TOTASKEY CREEKE unto a marked red Oake, thence back againe East by North down the sd Creek side and finally thence downe alongst the sd Creeke to the marked tree where this land began the sd land being due unto the sd SISSON by and for the Transportation of Four persons &c. Given at JAMES CITTY under my hand and the Seale of the Collony this 19th July 1662 and in the 14th yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord Charles the second
Record Cur Compt. Rappa: xxi die July 1686 Lord
Teste WM. COLSTON Cl Cur
1689-1692 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 8; [Antient Press]; Page 107-108
To All &c. FRANS. MORYSON, Esqr. Governr. & Capt. Gen!". of Virginia &c. Now know ye that I sd FRAN. MORISON Esqr. accordingly give unto LEONARD JONES Two hundred acres of land lying on the Westward side of TOTASKEY CREEK in County of Rappa. about three miles up the sd Creek and begining at a red Oake standing on a point by the aforesd Creek side called MATCHY MOP QUARTER, thence extending its breadth by the sd Creek side to and over a small gut that issues of the sd Creek and from the aforesd marked red Oake runing into the woods by a line of marked trees W. by S. to a marked Oake at the head of a branch or Vally thence its due breadth again N by W being the parallell course to TOTASKEY CREEK to another Spanish Oake thence back again to another marked Oake which is above the northward of the same gutt above menconed the sd land being due to sd JONES &c. To have & to hold &c. To be held &c. Yeilding and paying &c. Provided &c. Given at JAMES CITTY under my hand and the seale of the Colony this 19th day of July 1682 and in the 14th yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord King Charles the Ind &c.
record 10th June 1665 FRAN. MORISON
Teste PHILL. LUDWELL C. C. Clff. THO: LUDWELL
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I the within named LEONARD JONES do hereby assigne unto RICHARD BRAMHAM of Parish of North Farnham in County of Rappa Virginia all my right to the Patent within written to the land therein menconed to be granted with appertenances unto sd RICHARD BRAMHAM his heirs and assigns to the only use and behoofe of sd RICHARD BRAMHAM his heirs forever Witness my hand and seale 19th day of October in yeare of our Lord God 1689
Signed Sealed and delivered in the presents of
WM, BUTLER, LEONARD JONES
9br the 30th 1689
Memo: that on the day and yeare abovesd WM. BUTLER and JOHN LORD witnesses to the above Assigmt. and Sale of land conteyned in the above Patent personally appeared before me and took their Corporall oath upon the Holy Gospell of God that they saw LEONARD JONES signe seale and deliver the above Assign mt. to RICHARD BRAMHAM the Assignee as his act and deed Given under my hand the day and yeare above written
RICHD. LEE Written
Recognitr in Cur Comt Rappa 1 die Jany 1689
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I LEONARD JONES of the RIVER MANTICOCCK [the Nanticoke River forms the boundary between Dorchester County, Maryland and Wicomico County, Maryland] of the Province of MARYLAND, Plantr., by these presents appoint in my place and stead my beloved Friend, THO: LEWIS, of Parish of North Farnham in County of Rappa. Virginia my true and lawfull Attorney for me in my name at some Court to be holden for the sd County of Rappa. within six months after the date hereof before his Majesties Justices of the peace then and there sitting to acknowledge for me a certaine Assignmt. bearing date the 19th day of 8br instant and all my right and interest of the Patent and land there men coned granted to one RICHD. BRAMHAM of Parish of North Farnham his heirs and I do hereby ratifie and the same to be as firm and stable as if 1 had been there present. and done the same Witness my hand & seale this one and twentieth day of
October One thousand Six hundred and Eighty nine
Signed sealed delivered in the presents of us
WM BUTLER, LEONARD JONES
Mr. That on the 30th day of November 1689 WM. BUTLER and JOHN LORD witnesses to the
above Lettr. of Attorney personally appeared before me and took their Corporall Oaths
upon the Holy Gospell of God that they saw the above LEONARD JONES signe and scale
the above said Lettr. of Attorney Given under my hand the day and yeare above written RICHARD LEE
Recordtr. Teste written
1734-1741 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 9; [Wesley E. Pippenger]; Page 521-525.
Deed. 28 FEB 1738/9. Jeremiah Nash, of Cople Parish, WC, planter, to John M'Kenny, of LP; for 3200 pounds of good tobacco; 50a, all my right, title, property and interest in the said 50a forever, and all my right, title, property and interest in a lease dated 4 DEC 1731 given by one George Sisson to William Nash, decd., which the said lease may more plainly appear the abovesaid 50a of land being in LP, on one of the branches of Totuskey Creek formerly known by the name of the Cross Creek on the north side thereof, being part of a greater parcel of land formerly granted to one Leonard Jones late of this county, dec., and by the said Leonard Jones to one Richard Branham of this county, deceased, and by the said Branham sold to one Henry Webster of this county, dee., and by the said Henry given to his son Thomas Webster; being part of a patent of 200a of land granted to the aforesaid Leonard Jones [PB4:385], beg. at a corner tree of Robert Sisson.
Signed Jeremiah Nash.
Wits. Joseph Russel Junr.,
James [his P mark] Penderdass, Joseph Nash. Memorandum. Rec. 5 MAR 1738/9. Also Elizabeth Nash the wife of
the said Jeremiah Nash appeared in court and she being first privately examined relinquished her right of dower in
the land conveyed.
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