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

Original Young

Male Bef 1732 - Aft 1778  (> 48 years)


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  • Name Original Young  [1
    Born Bef 1732  Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1778  Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I82414  Tree1
    Last Modified 30 Sep 2022 

    Father John Young,   b. Bef 1702, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia - admin Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 29 Nov 1752, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 50 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Christian Bruce,   b. Bef 1706, Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1770, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 66 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married Bef 1722  Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F32360  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. Mary Young,   b. Bef 1752, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1791, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 41 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 30 Sep 2022 
    Family ID F28912  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Frances Durrett,   b. Feb 1745, Fredricksville, Albemarle County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Jun 1831, Clark County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 86 years) 
    Married 11 Feb 1800  Clark County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 30 Sep 2022 
    Family ID F33671  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • From: Janice

      Original Young was named as the son of John and Christian Young in a 23 Oct 1738 deed. (Prince William Co., VA, Deed Book D, p. 23-25.)

      ===
      1738-1740 Prince William Co VA Deed D
      Pages 23-25. Oct. 23, 1738. Peter Mauzy of Stafford to John Young
      of Pr. Wm. tract on Negro Run which was given to him by Geo. Crosby his dec. grandfather adj. to land of Joseph Combs and Peter Hays .... 150 a ... for natural lives of John Young, Christan Young, and
      Original Young their son.
      Peter Mauzy
      wits: Francis watts (F his mark), Thomas Conway, James Murrey.
      Mem.: Possession was delivered Oct. 23, 1738.
      At court Oct. 24, 1728 Peter Mauzey acknowledged this deed.
      ===
      Fauquier County, Virginia Wills; Pages 93-94:
      JOHN MAUZEY (Estate Account)
      Exor.: Henry Mauzey
      Details: TO PAID: William Lambert, John Knox, Alexander Cunninghame, John Lockart, Thomas Railey, John Peters, Clemmount Norman, Nimrod Ashby, Addam Haymaker, to the office for Bryan Bruin's W't, To the office for six warrants for Sam'l. Prickett, John Ashby, Richard Hynatt for George Robing, Jacob Adams for Thomas Triplett, George Lamkin, Gabriel Jones for a clerk's note, Gavin Lawson, Gavin Lawson for Docter Nich'e Wallice, Robert Brent, Charles Porter, Charles Morgan, John Ralls, Colo. Martin for John Rausau's Wit, Robert Downman for attendance at C't., James Stuart for Do, Colo.-John Bell for Quitrents, Original Young, Henry Mauzey's exp's attending Fred'k. Court Nov'r & Decem. 1764 & March & Aprill, May & July 1765, Bruton Jones, Wm. Waite, Dinah James, Henry Neff, Rodum Tullos
      RECEIVED OF: John Roberson, William Miller, Maj'r. Jerrard Fookes, William Murray, William Pickring, Randol Kinnerly, my Lord Fairfax,
      Samuel Prichett, John Capper, Rich'd Colyer, Cap't. John Gibson for Moses Hays, Sheriff of Fred'k for Geo. Hogg, Elias Edmonds for William Miller, James Scott on the Act of Robt. Scott, Moses Hayes, Charles Smith, John Moffett for Joseph Edwards.
      23 September 1765
      ===
      Fauquier County, Virginia Wills; Pages 297-301:
      THOMAS HARRISON (Will)
      Date: 26 September 1773
      {see individual for full will}
      Exors: Sons, William, Benjamin and Jonathan Gibson
      Signed: Thomas Harrison
      Originald Young, John Peters, John (x) Shumate, Sen'r., John (x) Coppage
      Proved: 25 January 1774, by o. of Originald Young, John Peters, John Shumate, Sen'r. and John Coppage. William Harrison, Benjamin Harrison and Jonathan Gibson granted cert. for obtaining a probate
      ===
      Fauquier County, Virginia Wills; Pages 243-245:
      JOHN MAUZY (Estate. Account)
      Adm'r.: Original Young
      Exors.: Henry Mauzy and W. Rousaw
      Details: TO: Peggy Mauzy's board for 1771; Molly Mauzy's board for 1771; Mr. John Lee, Tho. Carver for Schoolg Pegy, Molly & Betty Mauzey for 1770 - L3; John Ralls; John Catlett; Mr. Gibson, Merchant; James Wood; Thomas Carver; Cuth. Harrison; John Nelson, Senet Young; Doctor Graham; Mr. Vowles; Darkey Carr; Chris. Young; Sam'l. Wood; John Fristoe; Mr. Geo. Johnson; Mr. Martin Pickett; Ben Pope for schooling Molley & Betty Mauzy; Mr. Geo. Laws; James Peters.
      BY: Peter Wood; William Miller; F. Homers; Jno. Nelson; J. Luttrell; Wm. Lambert; W. Hogins; Wm. Fletcher; James Homes; W. Blackwell; John Neavil, Sheriff; Col. Adam Stephens; Ann Russell; John Combs; Thos. Skinker; William Coppage; Brereton Jones; Howson Kenner; Thomas Whitledge
      Ret.: 31 August 1776, by Original Young and the exors. of the Estate of John Mauzy, dec'd.
      Signed: Wm. Grant, W. Blackwell
      ===
      Fauquier County, Virginia Wills; Pages 301-303:
      301-303: JOHN MAUZY (Estate Account)
      Admr.:. Original Young Dr.: Pegy Mauzy, infant
      Date: First entry dated 9 February 1773
      Details:
      CASH PAID TO: John Fristoe, Mr. John Blackwell, Mr. John Litheow, Wm. Rusaw, A. Catlett, Mr. Deall, Mr. Lithgow, Mr. Chapman, Mr. Owens, Peter Crawford, Peggy Nelson, William Vann, Henry Clay, Dr. Neff, Gilbert Attwood, Harman Honer.
      REC'D FROM: Stephen Lee for Wm. Lambert, John Fristoe, William Vann, Josiah Jenkins, Joshua Fletcher, George Collins
      Dated: 31 August 1776, examined by W. Grant and W.
      Blackwell
      23 September 1776
      ===
      Fauquier County, Virginia Wills; Pages 303-304:
      JOHN MAUZY (Estate Account)
      Gdn.: Original Young (Molly Mauzy's part of Estate)
      Details: PAID TO: Mr. Lithcoe, John Atwood, Mr. Chapman, Peggy Nelson, John Blackwell, Wm. Vann, Henry Clay, Senett & Young, Harmon Honor.
      REC'D FROM: 1/3 part of estate of John Mauzy, John Murray, William Pope.
      Examined by: W. Grant and W. Blackwell, 31 August 1776 Ret.: 23 September 1776
      ===
      Fauquier County, Virginia Wills; Pages 304-305:
      JOHN MAUZY (Estate Account)
      Gdn.: Original Young (Betty Mauzy, Infant)
      Details: PAID TO: John Lithcoe, Chapman, Nath'1. Ashby, Peggy Nelson, John Fristoe, Mr. Carr, Gilbert Atwood. REC'D.: James Peters, Mr. Seaton at Dumfries.
      Examined by:. W. Grant and W. Blackwell, 31 August 1776 23 September 1776
      ===
      Fauquier County, Virginia Wills; Pages 326-327:
      JOHN CATLETT, SENIOR of the Parish of Dittingen and County of Fauquier (Will) Date: 3 February 1778
      Son: John - 1 shilling sterling
      Son: William - a tract of Land on the East side of the old Gleib Road Containing 179 a. more or less
      Son: Loving son Alexander - the plantation I now live on containing 179 a.
      Dau.: Loving daughter Elizabeth Catlett - two white boys named John & Henry Henderson until they arrive at the age of twenty-one years, which boys was purchased for me with their Father & Mother of Mr. Hector Ross & the Indenture taken in the name of Alexander Catlett - also two years Rents of the Plantation whereon James Doudle is now Tenant whicl is 3000 pounds of Crop Tobacco - the choice of any Cow out of my Flock of Cattle - my Spice mortar & pestle and Teakettle - that my said Daughter shall not be disturbed for this present year from any food or Crop for her support and likewise that she may remain undisturbed and enjoy the place she now lives at during her natural life and also I give the said Elizabeth my black Walnut Chest with Drawers
      Dau.: Loving dau. Jane Coppage - my Roan Mare & Colt with my Saddle and Bridle and my black Walnut folding Table
      Gr.dau.: Margret Hume - my Weaving Loom and the gear belong ing to the old Loom
      Dau.: Bersheba Young - bed & furniture I now ly on - the remainder of my movable Estate to be Equally divid between Maryann Hogans, Elizabeth Catlet, Jane Coppage, Bersheba Young, Isbell Summers & Frances Priest and that the said Estate shall not be sold but be equally divided
      Exors:. Moses Coppage & John Hogan
      Signed: John Catlett, Sen'r.
      Wit.:. Original Young, James Dowdall, James (x) Holmes Wm. Pope
      Proved: 23 March 1778, by the o. of Original Young & James Holmes. Moses Coppage & John Hogan made oath and granted cert. to obtain probate.
      ===
      Fauquier County Va Wills, page 210
      JOHN NELSON, SENIOR (Will) Date: 22 March 1791
      Wife: Mary - all estate during her life, to be sold after her decease and divided into five equal parts, one-fifth part to each of the following heirs: Catherine Horton and Elizabeth Green; Hannah James, wife of Thomas James; Mary Nelson, widow of John Nelson, Jr., dec'd.; Thomas Nelson and Joseph Nelson (sons).
      Exors: Wife Mary Nelson, William Phillips of Stafford County and Garrart Gray, Jun'r.
      Signed: John Nelson, Sen'r.
      Wit: Original Young, John Green, Elizabeth (I) James
      Proved: 26 December 1791, by o. of Original Young, John Green and Elizabeth Green. Garrett Gray and Mary Nelson granted cert. to obtain probate.

  • Sources 
    1. [S214] The Virginia Genealogist Volume 16, 1972.

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