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Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.I. page 13 Page (1) County Court formed--First Justices: James Patton, John Buchanan, Peter Scholl, Robert Campbell, Robert Poage, Thomas Lewis, Robert Cunningham, Richard Woods, Robert Craven, Adam Dickinson, John Anderson, John Lewis, George Robinson, James Bell, John Brown, John Pickens, Hugh Thomson, John Finla, John Christian, James Kerr, Andrew Pickens. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.I. page 14 Page (13) Andrew Pickens, Peter Scholl, Richard Woods recommended coroners--and Pickens to act until appt. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.I. page 15 Page (17) Claim Richard Woods--Losses by Indians. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.I. page 18 Page (46) Richard Woods, Joseph Lapsley, Henry Kerkham and Peter Wallace--appraisers. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.I. page 19 Page (69) Wm. Woods, Thos. Williams, Michael Finey, appointed Constables in Fork of James River. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.I. page 23 Page (113) Benj. Borden, Samuel Woods, added to tithables. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.I. page 24 Page (134) David Bryans, Israel Robinson, James Bullock and James Houston--being vagrants, hunting and burning the Woods. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.II. page 40 Page (371) Road ordered from Ezekiel Calhoun's to Wood's River, thence to Top of Ridge between Wood's River and the South Fork of Roanoke. John McFarland and Joseph Crockett to be surveyors of former, and Wm. Crisp and Wm. Pellam, of latter part, with tithables, and the following: Henry Batton, Mordecai Early, John McFarland, Jacob Goldman, John Downing, John Goldman, Charles Sinclair, Nathaniel Wilshire, Wm. Sayers, Jacob Goldman, Wm. Hamilton, Humbertson Lyon, Frederick Carlock, Robert Norris, James Miller, James Cave, Saml. Montgomerie, Steven Lyon, John Conley, Andrew Linam, James Willbey, Saml. Stanlick, James Maies, Robert McFarlin, James Harris, John Vance, John Stride, Robert Miller, Alexr. Sayers, John Miller, Jacob Castle, Robert Alcorn, John Forman, Wm. Miller. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.II. page 44 Page (574) Road ordered from John Davis's mill to Wood's New Cleared Gap, and John King, with Andrew Erwin, John McGill, Wm. McGill, Robert Fowler, Hugh Campbell, John Erwin, Edward Erwin, Robert Carscaden, Francis Erwin, Edward Erwin, Wm. Frame, Benj. Erwin, Charles Campbell, Robert Campbell, Wm. Brown, Michael Dickey, Robert Brown, Henry Smith, Hugh Diver, Charles Diver, David McCummins, John Davis, Danl. Smith, James Anderson, John Francis, Wm. Alexander, Robert Gamble, Andrew Combe, James Patterson, Francis Brown, Gabriel Pickens, keep it in repair. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.III. page 45 Page (176) This book begins August 1749, but there are no orders but those of suits and actions until August 27, 1751, when a new Court was organized under a commission from the Hon. Lewis Burwell, President of Virginia, dated 11th June, 1751, directed to James Patton, Peter Scholl,* Robert Cunningham, Wm. Jameson, David Stuart,* John Lynn,* Erwin Patterson,* Thos. English, Benj. Borden,* Joseph Kenady, John Denton, Wm. Christian, Robert Breckinridge, John Lewis,* Silas Hart, Andw. Lewis,* James Rutledge, Alexr. Wright, Ro. McClenahan,* Robert Campbell, John Wilson, Richd. Burton, Patr. Martin, James Lockhart, John Mills, Ro. Ramsey, Richd. Woods, John Anderson, John Ruddle, Thos. Stuart, John Lyle, John Buchanan, Thomas Lewis, Archd. Alexander, John Mathews, Adam Dickenson, Mathias Seltzer, Wm. Harbeson. (Those marked (*) qualified.) Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.III. page 49 Page (218) Richard Woods, Joseph Lapsley and James Davis to value David Cloyde's improvements on 2 tracts, 400 acres each, on Cedar Creek of James River. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.III. page 50 Page (242) New commission to: James Patton, Thos. Lewis, Wm. Jameson,* James Lockhart,* Benj. Borden,* John Lewis,* Robt. Cunningham,* Andrew Lewis, Erwin Patterson, Richd. Woods, Peter Sholl, John Wilson, David Stewart, Ro. McClenachan,* John Mathews.* (Those marked (*) qualified. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.III. page 54 Page (326) On motion of Richard Woods, on behalf of himself and others, ordered that a Presbyterian Meeting House in Forks of James River, in this County, be and is hereby recorded a Public Place of Worship. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.III. page 54 Page (326) Robbert Bratton in open Court made oath to his deposition in favor of Margaret Woods, proving her to be the lawful wife of James Woods. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.III. page 55 Page (361) Samuel Givins, Robert Patrick, to view, and Ro. Patrick, Wm. Hines, John Hawes, Joseph Bell, Wm. Bell, Wm. Finla, Archd. Stewart, Richd. Pilson, Wm. Johnston, Ro. Wilson, John Hind, Geo. Skilleron, Hugh Ross, Andr. Baskin, John Givins, Saml. Henderson, John Ramsey, Alexr. Henderson, Saml. Henderson, Nathl. Woodroof, David Logan and George Duglass, clear and keep in repair, a road from James Givin's Mill to the road over Wood's New Gap at foot of mountain. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.III. page 55 Page (363) William Patterson petitions that in his way from the northward he camped in the Woods in company of one Thomas Homes, who in the night time picked his pocket of eleven pieces of eight and one Caroline, for which he was apprehended and taken before B. Borden, but escaped, leaving behind him a mare and saddle, which are ordered to be advertised in the Va. Gazette, and sold. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.IV. page 61 Page (76) Road ordered--Wm. Bryan overseer--from Wm. Carravan's plantation to Wm. Bryans on Roan Oak. These workers: James Campbell, Joseph Love, Wm. Bryan, Jr., John Bryan, James Bane, Henry Brown, Jr., James Neilly, Henry Brown, Sr., Alexr. Ingram, Edward Patterson, Jacob Patton, John Wood, Erwin Patterson, Andrew Cox, Jasper Terry, Wm. Terry, John Woods, Edward Moore, Peter Craven, Aron Hart, Miles Hart, Wm. Graham, Neal McNeal, Malcom Campbell, Wm. Armstrong, Tasker Tosh, Thomas Tosh, Daniel Evans, Uriah Acres, Thos. Acres, John McAdoe, Wm. Akers. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.IV. page 69 Page (1) New Commission of Justices dated 16 June 1753: James Patton,* Peter Scholl,* David Stewart, Richard Woods,* Robert Breckinridge, James Simpson,* John Buchanan,* Silas Hart, James Lockhart,* John Mathews, William Wilson, George Robinson,* Andrew Lewis, Robert McClenachan,* Christopher Guest, William Bethell.* (Those marked (*) qualified.) Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.V. page 71 Page (39) George Watts, servant of Thomas Watterson, petitions for freedom dues. John Woods, servant of Charles Dever. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VI. page 77 Page (1) Court--Patrick Martin, Richard Woods, Robert Breckinridge, Patrick Martin, John Bowyer, Daniel Smith, James Buchanan, John Archer. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VI. page 80 Page (143) Court of Claims--propositions and grievances: Saml. Norwood, claim for ranging and provisions expended in his Company. John Bowyer's claim for provisions delivered to John Woods, a Captain of a Company of Rangers. Andrew Hays, for ranging and provisions for his Company. Andrew Hays, for provisions to John Woods, as above. David Stuart, for ranging and provisions for his Company. Joseph Bell, for dieting soldiers. John Williams, for ranging. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VI. page 80 Page (144) Robert Campbell, for dieting Capt. Wood's soldiers and for a horse impressed. William Christian, for ranging and provisions for his Company. John Brown, for guarding provisions to Dickenson's Fort when attacked by the enemy Indians and for provisions on their march. Saml. Wilson, for provisions delivered to John and William Woods, Captains of Rangers. James Bell, for going express to the Commanding Officer of Albemarle by order of Major John Brown of this County. Ephraim Love, for ranging and provisions expended in his Company. Abraham Smith, the same. James Clark, for provisions to John Wood, a Militia Captain. Domnick Barret, for ranging. Wm. Edmiston, for ranging. John Cunningham, for use of a horse impressed. James Hughes produced a claim for service done the country, to which he made oath and ordered to be certified. John Robinson, for provisions delivered to David Lewis, Captain of the Militia. George Robinson, for ranging and provisions expended in his Company. James Cull, for ranging. Elizabeth Preston, for horse impressed. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VII. page 90 Page (16) Saml. McDowell and Richd. Woods appointed guardians to Samuel, Arthur, Elizabeth, Esther and Charles, orphans of Charles Woods, decd. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VII. page 101 Page (365) Margaret Woods vs. Thomas Loyd --- Sheriff attached--One bottle rhubarb, 1 paper rhubarb, 14 boxes Lockyer's pills, 3 bottles Daffy's Elixir, some spirits of hartshorn, 2 papers senna, 1 paper black brimstone, 1 gally pot and vial. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VIII. page 107 Page (113) New Commission--John Chiswell, John Buchanan, John Wilson, Silas Hart, Andrew Lewis, James Lockhart, Richard Woods, Robert Breckinridge, Patrick Martin, Wm. Preston, Alexr. Sayers, John Bowyer, John Dickenson, John Christian, Francis Tyler, Daniel Smith, John Archer, James Buchanan, Archd. Alexander, Israel Christian, Mathew Patton, John Maxwell, John Poage, James Lockridge, Felix Gilbert, Abraham Smith, James Trimble, Charles Lewis, Samuel McDowell, George Moffett, Benj. Hawkins, Francis Kirtley, Andrew Bird--dated 16 April, 1763. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VIII. page 108 Page (219) Saml. McDowell qualifies admr. of John Woods. James McDowell qualifies Captain of Militia. Felix Gilbert qualifies admr. of John Murphy. Felix Gilbert qualifies admr. of John Williams. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.VIII. page 110 Page (380) Michael Woods, witness from Albemarle. Samuel Woods, witness from Albemarle. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.X. page 126 Page (112) Woods vs. Andrew Cowan, Jr. --- "The Sheriff having returned that the second time it came to my hand, I tell as before, he is out of the County." Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.X. page 132 Page (482) Samuel Woods, Thomas Goodson, John Richards, Wm. Ward, Hugh Crockett, Jacob Kent, Robert Crockett, Philip Love and Joseph Crockett, petition for a road from Vanse's to Saml. Woods's.--Viewers appointed. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XI. page 137 Page (220) Deed John Adams and Elizabeth to Andrew Woods, partly proved. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XI. page 145 Page (500) Hemp certificates: Baptist McNabb, James Crockett, Thos. McCallock, Pat. Hays, Andrew Hall, Andrew Woods, Elizabeth Taylor, Andrew Lewis, Alexr. Evans, David Forbes, John Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XII. page 149 Page (174) Micajah Chiles, a witness from Albemarle. Samuel Woods, a witness from Amherst. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XIII. page 157 Page (222) Following recommended for appointment as Justices: Mathew Harrison, William Ingles, William Christian, George Mathews, John McClenachan, James Robertson, Stephen Trigg, William Horbert, Philip Love, Anthony Bledsoe, John Bowman, John Thomas, Robert Doage and John Montgomery. The following to be left off and reasons given to the Governor by the Clerk: John Chizwell, John Wilson, John Archer, Alexr. Boyd, David Robinson, Benj. Estill, John Maxwell, Charles Lewis, Andrew Bird, Richard Woods. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XIII. page 157 Page (224) Margaret Woods, late Margaret Robinson, widow of William Robinson. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XVII. page 214 Page (223) Called Court on Mary and Elizabeth Woods, receiving stolen goods--discharged. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XVII. page 214 Page (223) Called Court on John and William Woods for breaking John Beard's mill and stealing grain--discharged. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XVII. page 216 (265a) John McCoy, James Woods, George Puffenberry--to view road from Capt. McCoy's, in Bull Pasture, to Michael Wilfong's, thence over the mountain to the Gap of the North River. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XVII. page 216 Page (268) Called Court on Mary Woods for being concerned in stealing scythes from Jacob Neighdebour--acquitted. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XVII. page 217 Page (297) Mary Woods to be summoned to show cause why her children should not be bound out. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XVII. page 217 Page (300) Called Court for examination of John Woods, charged with stealing two scythes from Jacob Neighdebour.--Guilty--sent to Richmond. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XVIII. page 235 Page (217) Farrow vs. Alexr. Searight --- Dedimus to take depositions of James Woods, Isaac Shields, Richard Woods, Gilbert Searight, William Searight, William Stuart, William and John Moore, residents of Pennsylvania. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 304 Samuel Smith vs. Beaty.--Mr. Michael Woods, formerly of Paxtunk, Pennsylvania. Account dated 1733. Thomas Renich, on 1st September, 1750, deposed: About 8 years ago, at his own house, he saw and spoke with said Smith and Robert Buchanan, the then Sheriff of Lancaster County. He heard Smith (then merchant at Connoy) say, &c., several accounts: Smith vs. James Cathey, 1737; Smith vs. Adam Thomson, 1736-7-8; Smith vs. William Robinson, 1739; Smith vs. Richard Woods, 1738; Smith vs. Mrs. Margaret McDowell, 1737; Smith vs. Mrs. Mary McDowell, 1737; Smith vs. Michael Woods, 1738-9; Smith vs. John Maxwell; Smith vs. Samuel Woods, 1734-5-8; Smith vs. Francis Beaty, 1735-6; Smith vs. John Christian, 1737; Smith vs. Robert Christian, 1733-4-5-6; Smith vs. Randell McDaniel; Smith vs. William Hutchinson; Smith vs. George Hutchinson. All sworn to by Samuel Smith, late of County of Lancaster, before a Justice, in Philadelphia, 13th October, 1743. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 327 Woods vs. Miller.--A duce harp. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 333 William Woods vs. Andrew Crow, Jr.--Writ, 28th May, 1765. Removed from County. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 342 Summers vs. Campbell.--John Summers and Isabella, his wife, late Isabella Young, complain of James Campbell and Richard Woods. Bond dated 23d June, 1761. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 345 Cawley vs. Thomas Patterson.--John Cawley and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Woods. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 347 Alexander Herron vs. Quin, Ejectment.--Daniel Harrison, 66 or 67 years old, deposes, 16th December, 1767: He was present when Colonel James Woods, then surveyor of the County of Orange (now Augusta) ran the lines in dispute. John Craven, aged 45, says same. William Gregg, aged 30, says same. John Harris was dead at time of taking this deposition. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 351 John Cawley and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Woods, vs. Thomas Patterson.--Writ, 13th July, 1767. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 354 William Simpson and Elizabeth, late Elizabeth Campbell, vs. Michael Woods and William Holly, of Bedford.--Writ, 28th August, 1767. Bond to Elizabeth Campbell, dated 29th November, 1763. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Vol I Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No.XXIV. page 356 Samuel Woods and Margaret, late Margaret Robinson, Administratrix William Robinson, deceased, vs. William Simpson and James Robertson.--Note by defendants to Margaret Robinson, 27th September, 1765. Writ, 29th June, 1769. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 358 Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, vs. William Simpson and James Robertson.--Margaret, late Margaret Robinson. administratrix of William Robinson, deceased. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 360 Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Robinson, administratrix of William Robinson, deceased, vs. James Robinson.--Bond dated 27th September, 1765. Suit brought 29th June, 1769. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 363 Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Robinson, administratrix of William Robinson, deceased, vs. Anthony Bledsoe and Stephen Trigg.--29th June, 1769. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 363 Richard Woods vs. William Kennedy.--Writ, 3d December, 1771. Defendant lives in Botetourt. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 363 Richard Woods vs. John Stewart.--Writ, 1st September, 1770. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 366 Woods vs. Daniel O'Hara and Andrew Kinkead.--Debt. On bond dated 1762, 4th August. Andrew of Albemarle County. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 368 Samuel Woods vs. David Claxton and Sarah, his wife, formerly Sarah Campbell.--Debt. Writ dated 25th May, 1773. Account vs. Sarah dated 1770, August 16. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 369 Woods vs. Dr. Wm. McClenachan.--Writ, 1772. Officer was kept off by force of arms for several years. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 369 Samuel Woods vs. Ignatius Howard--Debt. Writ, 19th April, 1773. Defendant gone to Greenbrier. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 392 Charles Brown vs. Thomas Dixon. Mary Woods was mother-in-law of Charles Brown. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 403 William Woods vs. Robert Harrison and William Handley.--28th June, 1794. I, Robert Harrison, of Burburn County, Kentucky, 1793. Harrison no inhabitant. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 422 Stone vs. Woods.--John Yates is about to leave, remove from the State. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 430 William Wood's will. Original, 1782. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 433 Examination of Joseph McFarland, late of Lunenburg County, taken before me, Richard Barton, one of the justices for said county, 27th February, 1747-8. Says that he borrowed a saddle from James Litell, of Lunenburg County, and brought it into this County. Same examination of John McNeese. Endorsed, February 27, 1748-9. Friend, William Woods. I desire you to deliver the writing to the Clerk's Office, and you will oblige your friend. Richard Boston. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 434 We petitioners, being the frontier inhabitants of this colony, labor under great inconveniences for want of a road being opened from our settlement towards the landing, and there being (as we presume) a sufficient number of inhabitants to open one, we therefore humbly pray that your worship will be graciously pleased to take our case under your serious consideration and grant an order for a road to be opened from Zachariah Callhouns, on Reedy Creek, and thence to the Buffalo Lick and from thence the nearest and best way to Woods River, at the upper end of a small island below the mouth of the Little River, and thence towards the forks of Meadow Creek, and thence to the top of the dividing ridge between Woods River and the South Fork of Roanoke, and that John Vance and Alexander Sayers be appointed to mark and lay off said road from said Callhouns to Woods River, and that John Stroud and James Conley mark and lay off from thence to the aforesaid dividing ridge, etc. That John McFarland and Joseph Crockett be appointed overseers to open and clear said road from said Calhoun's to Woods River, with the subscribers and the adjacent inhabitants and that William Crispe and William Pellem be appointed overseers from Woods River to the aforesaid dividing ridge, etc., and we, your petitioners, shall pray. Hendery Battan, Jacob Goldman, Jacob Goldman, Frederick Cadock, John Scott, John Combe, Samuel Stonacie, Robert McFarland, John Stead, Mordecai Early, John Downing, Charles Sincler, Wiliam Sayers, William Hamilton, Robert V(N)orris, Samuel Mountgomery, Andrew Lynam, James Macee, James Heris, Robert Miller, John Miller, Robert Allcorn, William Miller, John McFarland, Joseph Crockett, Val. Wilcher, Humberstone Lyon, James Miller, Stephen Lyon, Thomas Barnes, James Willy, John Vance, Alexander Sayers, Jacob Cassall, John Gorman. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 437 Samuel Woods deposes, 18th February, 1750-51. Edward Boyle. William Evins, deceased. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 437 Petition for road from Joseph Kennedy's Mill to John Huston's, and from John Huston's to the great road from Timber Grove to Woods Gap: James Hill, Joseph Kenedy, John Wilson, James Eakin, John Handly, William Wardlaw, William Lockridge, John Edenston, William McConnell, Walter Eakin, Robert Stewart, Robert Dunlap, Andrew Duncan, John Huston, Samuel Huston, Robert Alexander, Patrick Hays, John Mountgomery, Andrew Steel, John Stewart. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 452 Man vs. Galloway.--The deposition of James Walker, gent, being first sworn on the Holy Evangelist, saith that some time in the fall of the year 1769, being stationed at Fort Young as Lieutenant of a company in the Frontier Battalion, the defendant, Man, acted under him as sergeant, and one day a certain John Isabell, having drove up a young horse that was neither cut, doctored, or branded to the bast of this deponent's belief, had got him penned up in the fort with an intent to get him in a halter, and for this purpose had collected all the soldiers then in the fort to assist him to halter the said horse; that afterwards, when they had got him in the halter, this deponent saw him break away with the halter on his head and swim across the river, which being then raised by a fresh, could not be forded, and that the said Isabell applied to this depcnent, as commander of the garrison, to offer a bottle of rum to the defendant and his brother, Thomas, to swim across the river to drive the horse back, and if that would not induce them, to order them as their officer, which this deponent communicated to them in such words as to let them know if they did not do it for the reward aforesaid that he should lay his commands on them, as he was apprehensive the horse might be hung in the woods by the halter, and accordingly the said defendant and his brother swam across the river and drove the said horse back again, where he was again caught and delivered to the said Isabell, who told this deponent that he was a stray which he intended to ride down to Staunton, and if he could find the owner he would purchase the horse of him, if not that, he would ride him back again to Fort Young, then turn him out, and that he did accordingly ride him down in a day or two after but never returned to Fort Young, but on the contrary rode him down the country and sold him, as this deponent thinks, he was informed by the said Isabell himself, and further this deponent saith not. James Walker. Sworn before me, one of his Majesty's Justices for the said County, this 24th day of June, 1763. John Poage. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 470 1737.--James Cathey to Samuel Smith, debtor: September 22. 1736.--October 23, Mr. Adam Thompson, debtor to same, January 18. William Robinson's account, debtor to Samuel Smith, 1739--April 4, one almanac. Richard Wood's ditto, ditto, 1738. Mrs. Margaret McDowell, ditto, 1737--June 14. Mrs. Mary McDowell, ditto, 1737--January 17, three yards ribbon to sister. Mr. Michael Woods, ditto, 1738--October 7, one dozen catechisms, 1739--Credit by six foxes, seven raccoons, and one beaver. John Maxwell, ditto. Samuel Woods, ditto. 1734--11 1/4 yards masquerade, 31/; 7 1/2 yards sagathee, 32/6. 1735--June 26, credit by 36/ discounted with his son, Richard, by Michael Woods. Michael Woods, formerly of Pextunk, ditto, 1733--February 12; 1734--March 28. Francis Beaty, ditto, 1735--October 16, To 2/4 1/2 in goods more than J. Catherwood's order; 1738--May 1, Credit by William Smiley. John Christian, ditto, 1737--February 22, To James Cook for a gunlock. Robert Christian, ditto, 1733-1734-1735-1736--Account; 1733--Credit by order on Treasury for two wolfs' heads; 1734--August 17, By making a coat and britches, 13/; 1736--Credit, October 13, by cash of John; by James Boyle; 1748-9--February 17, Then Robert Christian paid me £1.13.4 Virginia money in part of above debt. (Signed) William Anderson. Samuel Doak, ditto, balance of account given in. Randall McDaniel, ditto. William Hutchinson, ditto. George Hutchinson, ditto. Robert Cunningham, ditto. Alexander Crawford's note, ditto. Above accounts sworn to, 13th October, 1743, in Philadelphia County, Pa., by Samuel Smith, late of Lancaster County. Thomas Renick deposes: On 1st September, 1750, in Staunton, in cause Smith vs. Beatey, that about eight years ago, at his own house, he saw Smith, the plaintiff, and Robert Buchanan, the then sheriff of Lancaster County, and Smith acknowledged having attached and sold Beatey's effects and received satisfaction. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 476 Margaret Woods vs. Thomas Loyd.--Attachment on ground that Thomas has privately removed himself out of this County, or so absconds, etc. 3d September, 1762, executed on medicines; on Loyd's estate in land of James Hargrave. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 482 Copy of the will of Samuel Woods, dated 8th January, 1781. I, Samuel Woods, of the County of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement. To wife, Sarah, land purchased of Thomas Patton. To eldest son, James, 350 acres in Albemarle, joining Henry Kerr and Alexander Fretwell. To son, William (infant), two tracts in Amherst, joining Rockfish Meeting House, formerly the property of William Patton and William Crow; and mill property, formerly belonging to Robert and Edward Stephenson, David Black (Clack, Clark?), William Clark, and Langsdon Depriest. To three youngest daughters, to be schooled. To five daughters. Executors, Gabriel Penn, Francis Merriweather, James Brooks, James Woods, Jr., and William Woods. Leaves Jane, Hannah, Elizabeth, and William Dunon( Drenon), to his wife. Test: James Brooks. Alexander Reid, Jr., William Small, John Davis, Joseph Smith. Proved in Amberst, 5th February, 1781. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 519 Rebecca McPheeters vs. Woods.--Jane McPheeters deposes, 11th September, 1795, that: She was with her sister, the plaintiff, at John Campbell's some time in May, 1794, being the night before the said Campbell set off for Greenbrier. Polly Notly-Patterson Thompson. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 530 Commitment to jail by Richard Woods of two negroes, George and Pall, for robbing the house of William Hall, together with George Henricks. 22d November, 1768. Ancestry
Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 534 February 24, 1800.--Mary Woods relinquishes her right to administer on the estate of her son Jacob Woods in favor of her son William Woods. Ancestry

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1 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 358 Samuel Wood - Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, vs. William Simpson and James Robertson.--Margaret, late Margaret Robinson. administratrix of William Robinson, deceased.
2 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 358 Margaret Wood late Robinson wife of Samuel, - Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, vs. William Simpson and James Robertson.--Margaret, late Margaret Robinson. administratrix of William Robinson, deceased.
3 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 360 Samuel Wood 1765 Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Robinson, administratrix of William Robinson, deceased, vs. James Robinson.--Bond dated 27th September, 1765. Suit brought 29th June, 1769.
4 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 360 Margaret Wood late Robinson wife of Samuel, 1765 Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Robinson, administratrix of William Robinson, deceased, vs. James Robinson.--Bond dated 27th September, 1765. Suit brought 29th June, 1769.
5 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 363 Samuel Wood 1769 Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Robinson, administratrix of William Robinson, deceased, vs. Anthony Bledsoe and Stephen Trigg.--29th June, 1769.
6 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 363 Margaret Wood late Robinson wife of Samuel, 1769 Samuel Woods and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Robinson, administratrix of William Robinson, deceased, vs. Anthony Bledsoe and Stephen Trigg.--29th June, 1769.
7 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 363 Richard 1771 Richard Woods vs. William Kennedy.--Writ, 3d December, 1771. Defendant lives in Botetourt.
8 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 363 Richard 1770 Richard Woods vs. John Stewart.--Writ, 1st September, 1770.
9 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 366 - 1762 Woods vs. Daniel O'Hara and Andrew Kinkead.--Debt. On bond dated 1762, 4th August. Andrew of Albemarle County.
10 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 368 Samuel 1770-1773 Samuel Woods vs. David Claxton and Sarah, his wife, formerly Sarah Campbell.--Debt. Writ dated 25th May, 1773. Account vs. Sarah dated 1770, August 16.
11 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 369 - 1772 Woods vs. Dr. Wm. McClenachan.--Writ, 1772. Officer was kept off by force of arms for several years.
12 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 369 Samuel 1773 Samuel Woods vs. Ignatius Howard--Debt. Writ, 19th April, 1773. Defendant gone to Greenbrier.
13 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 392 Mary - Charles Brown vs. Thomas Dixon. Mary Woods was mother-in-law of Charles Brown.
14 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 403 William 1794 William Woods vs. Robert Harrison and William Handley.--28th June, 1794. I, Robert Harrison, of Burburn County, Kentucky, 1793. Harrison no inhabitant.
15 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 422 - - Stone vs. Woods.--John Yates is about to leave, remove from the State.
16 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 430 William 1782 William Wood's will. Original, 1782.
17 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 433 William 1747-8 Examination of Joseph McFarland, late of Lunenburg County, taken before me, Richard Barton, one of the justices for said county, 27th February, 1747-8. Says that he borrowed a saddle from James Litell, of Lunenburg County, and brought it into this County. Same examination of John McNeese. Endorsed, February 27, 1748-9. Friend, William Woods. I desire you to deliver the writing to the Clerk's Office, and you will oblige your friend. Richard Boston.
18 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 437 Samuel 1750-51 Samuel Woods deposes, 18th February, 1750-51. Edward Boyle. William Evins, deceased.
19 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 470 Samuel 1737 [Debts to Samuel Smith 1739--' Richard Wood's 1737 Mr. Michael Woods 1738--Samuel Woods, 1734--son Richard, by Michael Woods. Michael Woods, formerly of Pextunk]
20 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 470 Richard, 1737 [Debts to Samuel Smith 1739--' Richard Wood's 1737 Mr. Michael Woods 1738--Samuel Woods, 1734--son Richard, by Michael Woods. Michael Woods, formerly of Pextunk]
21 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 470 Michael Wood formerly of Pextunk, 1737 [Debts to Samuel Smith 1739--' Richard Wood's 1737 Mr. Michael Woods 1738--Samuel Woods, 1734--son Richard, by Michael Woods. Michael Woods, formerly of Pextunk]
22 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 476 Margaret 1762 Margaret Woods vs. Thomas Loyd.--Attachment on ground that Thomas has privately removed himself out of this County, or so absconds, etc. 3d September, 1762, executed on medicines; on Loyd's estate in land of James Hargrave.
23 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 482 Samuel of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement, 1781 Copy of the will of Samuel Woods, dated 8th January, 1781. I, Samuel Woods, of the County of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement. To wife, Sarah, land purchased of Thomas Patton. To...eldest son, James... To son, William (infant)... To three youngest dau.... To five daughters. Executors...James Woods, Jr., and William Woods.... Proved in Amherst, 5th February, 1781.
24 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 482 Sarah 1781 Copy of the will of Samuel Woods, dated 8th January, 1781. I, Samuel Woods, of the County of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement. To wife, Sarah, land purchased of Thomas Patton. To...eldest son, James... To son, William (infant)... To three youngest dau.... To five daughters. Executors...James Woods, Jr., and William Woods.... Proved in Amherst, 5th February, 1781.
25 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 482 James Wood Jr 1781 Copy of the will of Samuel Woods, dated 8th January, 1781. I, Samuel Woods, of the County of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement. To wife, Sarah, land purchased of Thomas Patton. To...eldest son, James... To son, William (infant)... To three youngest dau.... To five daughters. Executors...James Woods, Jr., and William Woods.... Proved in Amherst, 5th February, 1781.
26 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 482 James Wood eldest son of Samuel 1781 Copy of the will of Samuel Woods, dated 8th January, 1781. I, Samuel Woods, of the County of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement. To wife, Sarah, land purchased of Thomas Patton. To...eldest son, James... To son, William (infant)... To three youngest dau.... To five daughters. Executors...James Woods, Jr., and William Woods.... Proved in Amherst, 5th February, 1781.
27 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 482 William Wood, infant 1781 Copy of the will of Samuel Woods, dated 8th January, 1781. I, Samuel Woods, of the County of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement. To wife, Sarah, land purchased of Thomas Patton. To...eldest son, James... To son, William (infant)... To three youngest dau.... To five daughters. Executors...James Woods, Jr., and William Woods.... Proved in Amherst, 5th February, 1781.
28 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 482 William Wood, executor 1781 Copy of the will of Samuel Woods, dated 8th January, 1781. I, Samuel Woods, of the County of Amherst, Rockfish Settlement. To wife, Sarah, land purchased of Thomas Patton. To...eldest son, James... To son, William (infant)... To three youngest dau.... To five daughters. Executors...James Woods, Jr., and William Woods.... Proved in Amherst, 5th February, 1781.
29 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 519 - 1795 Rebecca McPheeters vs. Woods.--Jane McPheeters deposes, 11th September, 1795, that: She was with her sister, the plaintiff, at John Campbell's some time in May, 1794, being the night before the said Campbell set off for Greenbrier. Polly Notly-Patterson Thompson.
30 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 530 Mary 1768 Commitment to jail by Richard Woods of two negroes, George and Pall, for robbing the house of William Hall, together with George Henricks. 22d November, 1768.
31 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 534 Mary 1800 February 24, 1800.--Mary Woods relinquishes her right to administer on the estate of her son Jacob Woods in favor of her son William Woods.
32 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 534 Jacob 1800 February 24, 1800.--Mary Woods relinquishes her right to administer on the estate of her son Jacob Woods in favor of her son William Woods.
33 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(1), Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. Xxiv. , Page 534 William 1800 February 24, 1800.--Mary Woods relinquishes her right to administer on the estate of her son Jacob Woods in favor of her son William Woods.
34 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments, page 20 Richard lives in Greene County NC 1790 Fulton vs. Hays & Hill--Affidavit that Richard Woods lives in Greene County, North Carolina, and his deposition, 12th March, 1790, before Benjamin Gist and David Russell.
35 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 60 Robert 1796 [Robert Woods vs. Jesse Hollingsworth, John Hollingsworth, Dorsey Penticost, Robert McClure--O. S. 11; N. S. 4--Bill filed in Ohio Co. 9th June, 1796. In 1786, orator contemplated buying a tract of land in Ohio County, cor sd. Robert Woods, Cor. Ebenezer Zane. Cor. Richard Yeates, Cor. Worthington's land, then being the property of Jesse Hollingsworth of Baltimore....]
36 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 151 James 1755 John Ulrick Spore vs. Wood, &c.--O. S. 181; N. S. 64--Bill 1809. Previous to 1st April, 1755, Christopher Tosher (or Dasher) contracted with James Wood, Wm. Russell and Wm. Green for 200 acres on So. Fork of So. Br. Potomac (now Hardy County) and received a title bond in 1757. On 1st April, 1755, Christopher (Christian) transferred to John States, who died before 22d August, 1772, on which day Ann Willson (formerly Ann States, John's only child, who had married Isaac Wilson) transferred to John Gardner. On 21st November, 1777, Gardner sold to Zacharias Smith, who on 11th September, 1779, sold to Martin Gryder, who on 22d February, 1780, sold to orator. James Wood, William Green, Willm. Russell, Christian Dasher and John Gardner are dead. Wood's heir-at-law is James Woods, living in Virginia, and Dasher's heir is Christian Dasher.
37 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 198 John Wood 1782 [Woods vs. Tapscott--O. S. 261; N. S. 92--Bill, 1817. On 16th September, 1782. William Crow received a warrant for 5,401 acres, of which he located 200 acres in Botetourt. He assigned to Doctor John Wood, who made an entry on 30th September, 1788. John died, leaving John Fourose and James Stanhope Wood his only children and heirs. His widow married James Tapscott....]
38 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 198 James Stanhope Wood 1782 [Woods vs. Tapscott--O. S. 261; N. S. 92--Bill, 1817. On 16th September, 1782. William Crow received a warrant for 5,401 acres, of which he located 200 acres in Botetourt. He assigned to Doctor John Wood, who made an entry on 30th September, 1788. John died, leaving John Fourose and James Stanhope Wood his only children and heirs. His widow married James Tapscott....]
39 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 198 John Fourose Wood 1782 [Woods vs. Tapscott--O. S. 261; N. S. 92--Bill, 1817. On 16th September, 1782. William Crow received a warrant for 5,401 acres, of which he located 200 acres in Botetourt. He assigned to Doctor John Wood, who made an entry on 30th September, 1788. John died, leaving John Fourose and James Stanhope Wood his only children and heirs. His widow married James Tapscott....]
40 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 214 - 1798 Harris and wife vs. Maupin--O. S. 280; N. S. 99--Bill filed 2d May, 1817, by Wm. Harris, Patsy, his wife, of Albemarle. Thomas Jarman, Sr., of Albemarle died, 1798, intestate, leaving 3 children, viz: William, Mary, wife of Benajah Brown; Betsy, widow of Zachariah Maupin; and descendants of 2 other children, viz: Mary Mullins, late Mary Michie, wife to, John Mullens and John A. Michie; children of Frances Michie, late Frances Jarman, who married William Michie, but which said Frances and William had both died before their father. Thomas Jarman, Sr.; and oratrix Patsey and Marian Brown, late Marian Maupin, wife to Bernard Brown, children of Sarah; another daughter of Thomas Jarman, Sr., who married Daniel Maupin. Patsy came of age in 1807. Thomas Jarman, Sr., died about 3 years ago. William Jarman, son of Thomas, has died, leaving children, viz: James, John, William, Thomas, Pleasant, Dabney, Mary, wife to ---- Woods; Frances, wife to ---- Ballard; Sarah, wife to ---- Ballard; Catherine and Betsy Jarman. Thomas Maupin, brother of John Maupin, deposes.
41 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 221 Elizabeth [Stuart] Wood wife of Richard of Albemarle, 1747 [Randolph's administrator vs. Kenny et alias-O. S. 300; N. S. 107-- Bill, 20th July, 1812, by William Randolph of Wilton. David Stuart, sold 57 acres to James Miller. David Stuart died, testate, in Augusta, leaving ...daughter Elizabeth, who married Richard Woods of Albemarle, by whom she had 3 sons, William, George and Richard Woods; ]
42 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 221 Richard of Albemarle, 1747 [Randolph's administrator vs. Kenny et alias-O. S. 300; N. S. 107-- Bill, 20th July, 1812, by William Randolph of Wilton. David Stuart, sold 57 acres to James Miller. David Stuart died, testate, in Augusta, leaving ...daughter Elizabeth, who married Richard Woods of Albemarle, by whom she had 3 sons, William, George and Richard Woods; ]
43 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 223 Nancy Wood former wife of James Jones, deceased 1792 Carter's executors vs. Dunlap--O. S. 303; N. S. 108--Bill, December, 1818. Will of Edward Carter of Fredericksburg. Wife, Sally, tract "Blenheim" in Albemarle; sons, Charles and Edward Carter, land in Amherst; son, John, and his wife Apphire, daughter of Col. Fielding Lewis; sons, George Whitacre (Whitdore?), Hill, Robert; son, William Champ Carter; daughters, Mary Champ and An Williams; daughter, Elizabeth Stanard, wife of Wm. Stanard; legatee, Francis Thornton; daughter, Jane Bradford, wife of Maj. Saml. Bradford; daughter, Sally Carter, wife of George Carter. Dated 21st February, 1792. Recorded in Spottsylvania, 6th June, 1792. Widow Sally died September, 1815. 5th June, 1820, Nancy Woods deposes, in Charlottesville, in 1795 she was wife of James Jones, now deceased. John Marrs married her daughter. 5th June, 1820, Elizabeth Gary deposes, her Uncle Dudley Jones. 6th June, 1820, George Harden, son-in-law of Benajah Gentry deposes, James Suddarth commonly called Suthers.
44 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 252 William Wood 1796 [Bowers vs. Woods--O. S. ----; N. S. 134--Deed, 2d February, 1819, by William Woods and wife, Ruth, of Rockingham, to John Homan and John Bowers, of same place, three tracts in Washington and Scott Counties….]
45 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 252 Ruth wife of William Wood of Rockingham, 1796 [Bowers vs. Woods--O. S. ----; N. S. 134--Deed, 2d February, 1819, by William Woods and wife, Ruth, of Rockingham, to John Homan and John Bowers, of same place, three tracts in Washington and Scott Counties….]
46 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Circuit Court Records, Section "I.", Judgments. page 259 Nehemiah 1754 Woods vs. Williams and Clark, agents for Green, Duff and McCoy--O. S. 389; N. S. 142--Bill by Benj. Wood, of Shenandoah, that in 1754 Wm. Whitson bought land in Frederick (Shenandoah) from James and Zackeriah McKay, 400 acres, and assigned to Charles Whitson, who died, intestate, and the land descended to Charles's heir-at-law, Jeremiah Whitson, who sold to Nehemiah Wood, who sold to orator.
47 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Record Books In Circuit Court Office, Book Marked "Records.", page 268 Saml. 1737 [Page 122--Mary Greenlee deposes, 10th November, 1806, she and her husband settled in Borden's Grant in 1737. Other early settlers included Saml. Wood, Richd. Woods]
48 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Record Books In Circuit Court Office, Book Marked "Records.", page 268 Richd. 1737 [Page 122--Mary Greenlee deposes, 10th November, 1806, she and her husband settled in Borden's Grant in 1737. Other early settlers included Saml. Wood, Richd. Woods]
49 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Record Books In Circuit Court Office, Book Marked "Records.", page 273 Richard 1806 Page ---- --Samuel McDowell deposes, in Jessamine County, Kentucky, 17th November, 1806, was not 7 years old when he first knew Solomon Moffett. Solomon was at his father's house the day he set out against the Indians, by whom he was killed, and Moffett was one of his men. ... viz: Joseph Lapsley, Richard Woods, Charles Hays, Jacob Anderson, and others who were at the battle when his father was killed. John Patterson's wife was near relative to deponent's uncle Lapsley. Deponent's father settled in Borden's grant in 1737. Deponent was born 27th October, 1735. Moffett claimed by cabin right, and all the best lands were taken by cabin rights in lifetime of Borden, senior.
50 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. Marriages Licenses In Augusta County. page 277 Richard 1770 1770--January 23, Samuel Kilpatrick; January 24, John McClenachan; April 16, Joseph Campbell; May 15, Robert McClenachan, Jr.; June 9, Abraham Lincoln; July 25, Samuel Erwin; September 3, John Patterson; April 10, Pat. Buchanan; August 13, Richard Woods; October 3, Mathew Kenny; October 16, John Frogg; October 24, Thomas Teese; December 5, Pat. Lockhart.
51 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. Marriage Bonds. page 279 Mary Daughter pf Mary Wood 1786 1786--November 28, Charles Brown and Mary Woods, daughter Mary Woods.
52 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. Marriage Bonds. page 279 Mary mother of Mary Wood 1786 1786--November 28, Charles Brown and Mary Woods, daughter Mary Woods.
53 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. Marriage Bonds. page 292 Archibald 1789 1789--March 5, Archibald Woods and Anne Poage, daughter of Thomas Poage (consent); witness, Wm. Wilson; surety, Robert Poage.
54 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. 1793-1794. page 310 Jacob 1794 1794--August 19, Daniel Donavin and Jacob Woods, surety. Daniel Donavin and Elizabeth Woods. Affidavit of Elizabeth's full age.
55 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. 1793-1794. page 322 Michael 1795 1795--August 7, Michael Woods and John Moffett, Jr., surety. Michael Woods and Esther Caruthers. Consent by John Moffett. Test: Elinor Moffett, John Moffett, Jr.
56 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. Record Of Marriages In Augusta County Beginning 15th March, 1785. page 346 Mary 1786 [1786, January 3d--By Rev. Archibald Scott:... November 30th, Charles Brown and Mary Woods…]
57 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds, And Marriages. Record Of Marriages In Augusta County Beginning 15th March, 1785. page 354 Michael 1795 [1795...--By Rev. Archd. Scott:... August 13th. Michael Woods and Ester Carothers; …]
58 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Memorandum Of Marriages For 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795. Record Of Marriages In Augusta County Beginning 15th March, 1785. page 359 Zach 1783 1783--June 23d, Zach Woods and Agness Bell; July 4th, Robt. Aberd and Margaret Locker; July 5th, Jno. Walker and Marg. Kelso; July 31st. Wm. Walker and Mary Steward; September 12th, Benj. Beckal and Mary Consolvin; November 4th, Peter Nihlus and Margaret Elizabeth Gaul; December 6th. Robt. Culton and Elizabeth Ralso.
59 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Land Entry Book No. 1, Augusta Records. Land Entry Book No. 1, Augusta County. page 381 - 1749 1749-50, March 2d--John O'Neal, 50, on Muddy Creek, joining Wood's land, with one right; 200 at the Great Spring, joining Wood's and Oliver's, with four rights; 300 joining Wood's and Robt. Caldwell's land, Muddy Creek, six rights.
60 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Land Entry Book No. 1, Augusta Records. Land Entry Book No. 1, Augusta County. page 382 - 1750 1750, December 4th--Henry Perky, 400, joining a survey he had made last September on Lick Run; 400 joining Wood's and Neel's land and the Peeked Mountain; 400 on Shenando.
61 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Land Entry Book No. 1, Augusta Records. Land Entry Book No. 1, Augusta County. page 383 - 1750 1750, November 30th--Patrick Savage, 50, joining Wood's, O'Neal's, and Dry River, with one right.
62 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Guardians' Bonds, Augusta County. Administrators' Bonds. page 391 William 1800 24th February, 1800--William Woods, administrator of Jacob Woods.
63 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Guardians' Bonds, Augusta County. Administrators' Bonds. page 391 Jacob 1800 24th February, 1800--William Woods, administrator of Jacob Woods.
64 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Fee Books Of Augusta Court. Administrators' Bonds. page 402 Samuel 1776 [1776-- page 95, Samuel Woods, R. Oak]
65 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Fee Books Of Augusta Court. Administrators' Bonds. page 403 Richard 1767 [1767--page 112...Richard Woods, Albemarle…]
66 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Fee Books Of Augusta Court. Administrators' Bonds. page 404 Richard 1768 [1768--...page 69, Richard Woods, Albemarle…]
67 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Fee Books Of Augusta Court. Administrators' Bonds. page 405 - 1769 [1769--...page 184,...Wood'sdeeds to you...]
68 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Fee Books Of Augusta Court. Administrators' Bonds. page 406 Samuel 1770 [1770--...page 116,Samuel Woods, Amherst...]
69 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Fee Books Of Augusta Court. Administrators' Bonds. page 407 Samuel 1772 [1772--...page 89, Samuel Woods, Botetourt;…]
70 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Fee Books Of Augusta Court. Administrators' Bonds. page 412 Richard 1788 [1788--...page 39, Richard Woods, Albemarle…]
71 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Delinquents. Administrators' Bonds. page 417 Jno. - ..Jno Woods not found…
72 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Delinquents. Administrators' Bonds. page 428 Searight 1801 [Insolvents and Delinquents, 1801: ...Searight Woods, to Tennessee; Hugh Woods, to Tennessee. ]
73 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Tithables, Administrators' Bonds. page 429 Wm. 1781 [Tithables, 1781; William McPheeters's List: ...Wm. Woods…]
74 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Augusta Parish Vestry Book. Administrators' Bonds. page 432 Richard in Forks of the James 1747 [Page 4.--3rd September, 1747: Processioners appointed, viz: ...Joseph Long and Richard Woods, in Forks of James River;
75 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Augusta Parish Vestry Book. Administrators' Bonds. page 443 Col. Wood's Plains, 1756 [Page 174.--1756: Processioned from Fairfax's line to North River, by John Harrison and Danl. Smith, viz: ...for Col. Wood's Plains, …]
76 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Augusta Parish Vestry Book. Administrators' Bonds. page 450 Richard 1765 [Page 383.--1765:...for Richard Woods, for Joseph Lapsley, for James Campbell…]
77 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Augusta Parish Vestry Book. Administrators' Bonds. page 456 John 1767-1768 Page 443.--1767-1768: Processioned by William Davis, Jno. Roraback, viz: For Henry Caffman, for John Roadaback, for John Woods, for Wm. Shuck, for Jno. Davis, for John Bennet, for Adam Rodeback, for Jeremiah Ozburn, for Charles Willson, for James Dyer.
78 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Augusta Parish Vestry Book. Administrators' Bonds. page 463 Richard 1760 Page 280.--1760: Processioned by Joshua Mathews and John Armstrong, in Capt. John Maxwell's Company: For Michael Finney, for John Berryford, for Pat Porter, for Wm. Haldman, for John Harger, for Arthur McClure, for John Armstrong, for Paul Whitley, for Jonathan Whitley, for James Todd, for James Davis, for John Poage, for James McGavock, for John Maxwell, for Michael Dougherty, for John Mitchell, for James Gilmore, for James Bates, for John McCallum, for Richard Woods, for Edward Sharp, for Audley Paul, for Wm. Mathews, for Richard Mathews, for John Mathews.
79 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Revolutionary Declarations. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 466 Samuel - Samuel Woods' Declaration.
80 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Military Services. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 483 Col. James 1820 Edward Richard's Declaration, November 6th, 1820: Age 63; Capt. Thomas Bowyer, Col. James Woods, Col. Guest.
81 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Military Services. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 486 Lieutenant James - John Bailey's Declaration: Age 78; drafted in Albemarle in Capt. Landon Jones' Company; Lieutenant James Woods; attached to the First Virginia Regiment under Gen. Nelson; was drafted the second time in Capt. John Harris' Company, Lieutenant Ralph Thomas; drafted the third time in the Company of Capt. Leek, Lieut. John Wharton.
82 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Military Services. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 487 Second Lieut. William 1773 [John Jones' Declaration, January 15th, 1833: Age 77 years, eleven months and thirteen days; in 1773 he and two others commenced an improvement, or settlement,... on the Great Kanawha in Greenbrier County, now Kanawha County, seventy miles west of the frontier inhabitants; they were driven back in the spring of 1774 by the Indians to the settlements on Muddy Creek; volunteered in 1774 under Capt. Mathew Arbuckle ... In September, 1776, enlisted as a regular soldier under Capt. M. Arbuckle; ...other officers were First Lieut. Andrew Wallace, Second Lieut. William Woods, Ensign John Gallegher;]
83 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Military Services. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 492 Lieutenant Samuel 1753 [Zedekiah Shumaker's Declaration, October 15th, 1832: Born in Henrico (Hanover) in 1753; in 1776 he enlisted under Lieut. William Moore, of Rockbridge, ...; marched to Point Pleasant ...served there under Capt. Mathew Arbuckle, whose subalterns were Andrew Wallace, Lieutenant Samuel Woods, Ensign James McNutt; ]
84 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Military Services. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 493 Solomon 1832 Solomon Woods' Declaration, October 10th, 1832: Aged 75 September 2d, last; was drafted under Capt. Mark Leake; James Garland was Lieutenant; was again drafted under Capt. Nelson Thompson in the Regiment of Colonel Reuben Lindsay; was again drafted under Capt. Benjamin Harris and took part in the surrender of Cornwallis.
85 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Military Services. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 494 Samuel Wood 1819, 1820 Samuel Wood's Declaration, November 11th, 1819, and September 12th, 1820: Aged 60 or 70 years; enlisted in the Ninth Pennsylvania Regiment of Col. John Nagle, Capt. Joseph McClelland's Company; was transferred to Capt. John Davis' Company commanded by Col. Richard Butter; the Pennsylvania Line revolted and declarant was placed under Capt. Jacob Bowyer in the third detachment under Col. Craig. Lieut.-Col. Josiah Harner in Capt. Thomas Bond's Company; was discharged by Richard Fullerton.
86 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Military Services. Revolutionary Declarations--Augusta County, Va. page 497 Col. james 1832 John Slavens' Declaration, August 4th, 1832: Age 72; entered under Capt. Michael Bowyer, 12th Virginia Regiment of Col. james Woods, Brigade of General Scott; was pensioned under the act of 1818.
87 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(2), Declarations, Services And Heirs Of Soldiers. From State Historical Society Of Wisconsin. page 512 Wm. 1758 [1758, ... April 24th,...Wm. Woods, at South Branch, killed; …]
88 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 1. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 5 Richard 1746 Page 10.--12th May, 1746. Robert Kirkum qualifies administrator of Michael Kirkum, with sureties Henry Kirkum, Richard Woods
89 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 1. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 7 Richard 1747 Page 59.--17th September, 1747. Benj. Borden on behalf of his wife, Magdalene, qualifies administrator of John McDowell, with sureties Richard Woods , Peter Wallace. Teste: Benj. Johnston.
90 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 1. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 19 Elizabeth Wood dau of Gilbert Campbell 1750 Page 294.--29th August, 1750. Gilbert Campbell's will, of Forks of James River, plantationer--Wife, Prudence Campbell, alias Osran; son, George (infant); son, Charles (infant); daughter, Elizabeth Woods , alias Campbell; son, James; daughter. Prudence Hays; daughter, Sarah Campbell; daughter. Lattice Campbell. Executors, James Trimble, Thomas Stuart and Andrew Hays. Teste: James Thompson, Robert Allison, Alex. McMullen Proved, 26th February, 1750, by Thompson and Allison, and probate granted to Andrew Hays.
91 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 33 Col. Wood's 1754 Page 19.--14th March, 1754. James Trimble, Assistant Surveyor, enters 200 acres on head of South Branch of Potomac, 200 more above the Indian Plains on the South Branch, 200 at a place called the Indian Camp, opposite a gap in the mountain on the head of the South Branch water. All these entries are above the Crab Apple Bottom. Also 200 acres on head of South Fork of Potomack joining survey of Col. Wood's grant upon Clover Creek Road.--James Patton.
92 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Richard 1759 Page 227.--16th August, 1759. John Bowyer's bond (with Richard Woods , Israel Christian, Felix Gilbert), as guardian of Martha Borden, orphan of Benjamin Borden.
93 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 80 Elizabeth 1763 Page 264.--18th June, 1763. Joseph McCord's estate appraised, by Robert Erwin, Nathanl. Davis, Jno. Gilmer--John McCord's, Jr., note; Benj. McCord's note; Jno. McCord's, Sr., note; Adam McCord and James McCord's note; William Little's note; Robt. Miller's note; Thos. Grubbs' note; Wm. McCord's note. Cash, Mary Brown, debtor; Elizabeth Woods , Dr. Jno. Scott, dr.
94 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 82 John 1763 Page 300.--16th November, 1763. John Woods ' appraisement, by Joseph Lapsely, Jno. Gilmore, Archd. Alexander. Recorded.
95 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 88 Richd. 1765 Page 376.--8th January, 1765. Samuel Hunter's estate appraised, by James Davis, Peter Wallace, Pat. McCollom--Debts due to estate, viz: Paul Whitey, Joseph Robinson, Margaret Clark, Geo. Clark, Thomas Foster, Jno. Smiley, Jno. McCollom, Andrew Smithers, Mathew Galbreath. Debts due by estate--To Mary Clark, Saml. Newberry, Richd. Woods . [p.88]
96 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 90 Richard 1765 Page 405.--6th March, [1765. Henry Kirkham's will-... land testator lives on to be divided by Richard Woods and Jno. Summers…]
97 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 93 Elizabeth 1765 Page 435.--21st October, 1765. Sale bill recorded of William Culberts, by Wm. Gilmore, administrator, to, viz: Mary Brown, Margaret McCown, Patrick Denny, Andw. Fitzpatrick, Mary Boyls, Mary Ann Crawford, Jas. Logan, Wm. McCanless, David Guin, Jane Scot, Wm. Ooley, Jno. Selone, Jas. McCampbell, Richard McGee, Jean Muldrach, Alex. Dale, Chas. Boyles. Paid William Naper, Jannet Gilmore, Samuel Norwood, Blakeley Brush, Isabell Summers, Elizabeth Woods , Mary McCown, Sarah Davis, John Hays, Cryer of Vendue; James McNabb.
98 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 93 Richd. 1765 Page 445.--30th October, 1765. Moses McCown's estate appraised, by Richd. Woods , Peter Wallace, Wm. Davis--A certificate for 161 days patrolling at 1/10 per day. 4th March, 1766. 2d appraisement by same--Wm. Bunting owes, Thos, Bates owes, Charles Lockhart owes, Mathew Arbuckle owes, Walter Cowdon (supposed insolvent).
99 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 94 Wm. 1766 Page 457.--19th August, 1766. Vendue bill recorded of Wm. Woods ' estate--James Thomas, David Berry, Samuel Samples, Jeremy Harrison. Settlement of above estate, by Thos. Gregg, administrator. Paid Joseph Skidmore. Moses Semples. Credit by balance of pay received of Capt. Abraham Smith.
100 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 97 Richd. 1767 Page 500.--18th March, 1767. Robert Breckinridge's bond (with Malcom Allen, Richd. Woods ) as guardian (chosen) to Robert Sayers, orphan of Alex. Sayers.
101 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 4. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 101 Richd. 1767 Page 51.--17th November, 1767. Samuel Davis' bond (with Richd. Woods ) as administrator of Neil Casaty.
102 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 4. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 102 Benj. 1767 [Page 71.--24th November, 1767. James Hughes' estate settlement, recorded--...Bills due the estate that are doubtful: ... Benj. Woods …]
103 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Will Book No. V. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 134 Martha 1773, 1774 Page 216.--20th 8ber, 1773. Robert Poack's will--To sons, John and Thomas, "My real estate, 260 acres, lying upon a branch of Linvel's Creek; to daughter, Martha Woods , 1 pistole; to sons, Robert, George, and William, 1 pistole; to daughters, Elizabeth Crawford, Margaret Robertson, 1 pistole. Executors, William Lewis and son John Poage. Teste: John Craig, Isabella Helena Craig, Charles Baskin. Proved, 16th March, 1774, by John Craig, Clerk, and Baskins. (No administration order.)
104 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 157 Hannah 1777 Page 129.--List of debts paid by Mary Teas to creditors of William Teas to, viz: 1777--Lazarus Inman, George Allist, Bridget Lee, Joel Crawford, Hannah Woods , Francis Hoggs, Mary Page, Alex. Purdice, Doct. Ham, Abner Wood, Gidian Pullen, Benj. Calley, James Lansley.
105 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 163 William Wood 1782 Page 256.--13th March, 1782. William Wood's will--To wife, Ann; to sons, Searight and Alexander; children to be of age before division of estate. Executors, wife Ann, Alex. Seeright, Wm. Loggan. Teste: Robt. McCormick, James Rowan, Simon Carson. Proved, 15th October, 1782, by witnesses. Logan refuses to execute. Ann qualifies.
106 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 163 Ann wife of William Wood 1782 Page 256.--13th March, 1782. William Wood's will--To wife, Ann; to sons, Searight and Alexander; children to be of age before division of estate. Executors, wife Ann, Alex. Seeright, Wm. Loggan. Teste: Robt. McCormick, James Rowan, Simon Carson. Proved, 15th October, 1782, by witnesses. Logan refuses to execute. Ann qualifies.
107 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 163 Searight son of William and Ann; Alexander 1782 Page 256.--13th March, 1782. William Wood's will--To wife, Ann; to sons, Searight and Alexander; children to be of age before division of estate. Executors, wife Ann, Alex. Seeright, Wm. Loggan. Teste: Robt. McCormick, James Rowan, Simon Carson. Proved, 15th October, 1782, by witnesses. Logan refuses to execute. Ann qualifies.
108 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 163 Alexander son of William and Ann; 1782 Page 256.--13th March, 1782. William Wood's will--To wife, Ann; to sons, Searight and Alexander; children to be of age before division of estate. Executors, wife Ann, Alex. Seeright, Wm. Loggan. Teste: Robt. McCormick, James Rowan, Simon Carson. Proved, 15th October, 1782, by witnesses. Logan refuses to execute. Ann qualifies.
109 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 167 John, M. River 1777 [Page 334.--29th August. 1777. List of those indebted to the estate of Roger North--... John Woods , M. River; …]
110 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 169 William 1784 Page 397.--16th March, 1784. Recorded. William Woods ' appraisement by John Fulton, James Henry, Robert Cooper.
111 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 170 William 1784 Page 419.--17th February, 1784. Recorded. William Woods ' appraisement.
112 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 193 Dolly 1754 Page 339.--24th January, 1791. James Lesslie's estate settled by Sarah Lesslie--Isabella Gamble's dower paid at marriage before the appraisement. Dolly Woods , ditto, ditto; paid Mary Robinson, being a legacy formerly left her in the hands of the deceased.
113 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Vii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 193 James - Page 342.--Sarah Lesslie, Jr., in account as above; Robt. Lesslie, Jr., in account as above; James Woods , in account as above; Isabella Gamble, in account as above; Dolly Waddle, in account as above; balance due to the heirs of Dolly Waddle.
114 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Ix. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 219 Jacob 1800 Page 92.--Jacob Woods ' estate appraisement taken 7th March, 1800, by Jno. Gamble, Jno. Bell, Wm. Young.
115 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xi. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 239 ? 1811 Page 180.--2d May, 1811. Abel Griffith's will--To wife, Magdalene; sons, Isaac and Elijah (land on Green River, Henderson County, Ky.); to son, William; to son, Abner's two children; daughter, Catherine Carson's children; daughter, Jane Evilsizer's children; daughter, Agness Wood's (deceased) children; to four youngest daughters, Elizabeth, Ruth, Hanna, Rebecca; to four youngest sons, Robert, David, Caleb, Hiram (land on Long Glade). Executors, wife Magdalene and Martin Coiner. Teste: Alex. Robertson, John Bell, Robt. Curry. Codicil--28th July, 1812, the land he bought of son James he has exchanged with Jno. M. Estill, but has no deed; devised to four youngest sons. Proved, December Term, 1812. Executors qualify.
116 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 1. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 255 Richard - Page 93.--Commission to John Anderson, Andrew Pickens, and Richard Woods to take deposition of Margaret, wife of Francis McCown.
117 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 274 James 1749 Page 250.--5th June, 1749. John Smith, Gent., to Silas Hart, mason, 400 acres on South Fork of North River of Shannadore. James Wood's line. Patented to John, 25th June, 1747. Margaret, John's wife, releases dower. Teste: John Thompson, John Poage, John Archer.
118 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 275 Archibald 1745, 1749 Page 317.--11th August, 1749. Michael Lawler and Mary, his wife, Thomas of St. Mark's Parrish, Culpeper Co., to Thomas Kennerley, et al, 1st August, 1745. Teste: John Roberts, Jr., William Duncan, Archibald, William and Susanna Woods , James Kennerley.
119 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 275 William 1745, 1749 Page 317.--11th August, 1749. Michael Lawler and Mary, his wife, Thomas of St. Mark's Parrish, Culpeper Co., to Thomas Kennerley, et al, 1st August, 1745. Teste: John Roberts, Jr., William Duncan, Archibald, William and Susanna Woods , James Kennerley.
120 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 275 Susanna 1745, 1749 Page 317.--11th August, 1749. Michael Lawler and Mary, his wife, Thomas of St. Mark's Parrish, Culpeper Co., to Thomas Kennerley, et al, 1st August, 1745. Teste: John Roberts, Jr., William Duncan, Archibald, William and Susanna Woods , James Kennerley.
121 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 34 Richd. 1754 Page 42.--15th May, 1754. Saml. McClure's bond as guardian (appointed) to Halbert McClure, orphan of Jno. McClure, with sureties Richd. Woods , David Dryden.
122 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 35 Richard 1754 Page 52.--22d May, 1754. Richard Wood's bond as guardian (chosen) to Saml. McDowell, orphan of Jno. McDowell, with sureties Wm. Preston, Robert McClenachan.
123 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 36 Wm. 1754 Page 67.--22d August, 1754. John Bowyer's indemnifying bond to Archibald Alexander, with sureties James Lockhart, Andrew Hays, Wm. Woods . Alexander had given Bowyer power of attorney to act for him in signing deeds to the Borden lands. Teste: Francis Bealey (Beaty), Jas. Thomson, Daniel Harrison.
124 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 36 William 1754 Page 75.--10th November, 1754. Robert Armstrong's will--Daughter, Hannah Kircum. 1/3 of tract he now lives on bought of Col. Patton; daughter, Catherine Finney, 1 English shilling; sons, John and Robt., tract on Mill Creek bought of John Allison; sons (and daughters), infants, viz: James and Benjamin; daughters (under 18); to son, James, entry on head of McClure's Run; wife, Martha, executrix; daughters, Martha, Alice and Agnes, infants. Teste: John Mathews, Sr., William Woods , John Mitchell. Proved, 21st November, 1754, by Mathews and Mitchell, and Martha qualifies executrix, with sureties John and Joshua Mathews.
125 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 39 Mr. Wood's 1755 Page 104.--26th January, 1755. John Glass' will--Wife, Sarah; children, Samuel, John, William, Elizabeth, Sarah and Mary. The 100 acres lying between Joseph Glass and John Bukket; gives testator's part to John Bukket. The 150 acres lying between David Glass' line and Mr. Wood's , also to John Bukket Executors are Wm. Wright, wife Sarah, Richard Pillson. Teste: James Caldwell, Andrew Alexander, John States. Proved, 21st May, 1755, by all witnesses, and all executors qualify. [p.39]
126 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 47 Richard 1757 Page 221.--16th November, 1757. Richard Wood's bond as sheriff (with John Bowyer, Joseph Lapsley, Mathew Lyle, Saml. McDowell, John Gilmore, Henry Kirkam.
127 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 47 Richard 1757 Page 222.--16th November, 1757. Richard Wood's bond (with sureties above) to collect officers' fees, &c.
128 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 47 Richard 1757 Page 223.--21st December, 1757. Richard Wood's bond (with Robert McClenachan, John Bowyer) for collection of County proportion.
129 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 55 Richard 1759 Page 331.--16th August, 1759. Mathew Lyle's bond (with Richd. Woods , Jas. Gilmer) as guardian (?) to Saml. McMurty, orphan of Alexander McMurty.
130 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 65 Richard 1761 Page 64.--9th June, 1761. Patrick Young's appraisement, by Richd. Woods , Wm. Hall, John Paxton, John Wiley.
131 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 46 Richard 1757 Page 210.--11th September, 1757. Joseph Long's will--includes legatee Richard Woods who qualifies as co-executor]
132 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Richard orphan of Charles Wood 1761 Page 236.--21st May, 1761. Samuel McDowell and Richard Woods ' bond (with David Stewart), as guardian (appointed) to Samuel, Arthur, Esther, Elizabeth, and Charles Woods , orphans of Charles Woods
133 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Samuel, orphan of Charles Wood 1761 Page 236.--21st May, 1761. Samuel McDowell and Richard Woods ' bond (with David Stewart), as guardian (appointed) to Samuel, Arthur, Esther, Elizabeth, and Charles Woods , orphans of Charles Woods
134 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Arthur, orphan of Charles Wood 1761 Page 236.--21st May, 1761. Samuel McDowell and Richard Woods ' bond (with David Stewart), as guardian (appointed) to Samuel, Arthur, Esther, Elizabeth, and Charles Woods , orphans of Charles Woods
135 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Esther, orphan of Charles Wood 1761 Page 236.--21st May, 1761. Samuel McDowell and Richard Woods ' bond (with David Stewart), as guardian (appointed) to Samuel, Arthur, Esther, Elizabeth, and Charles Woods , orphans of Charles Woods
136 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Elizabeth orphan of Charles Wood 1761 Page 236.--21st May, 1761. Samuel McDowell and Richard Woods ' bond (with David Stewart), as guardian (appointed) to Samuel, Arthur, Esther, Elizabeth, and Charles Woods , orphans of Charles Woods
137 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Charles orphan of Charles Wood 1761 Page 236.--21st May, 1761. Samuel McDowell and Richard Woods ' bond (with David Stewart), as guardian (appointed) to Samuel, Arthur, Esther, Elizabeth, and Charles Woods , orphans of Charles Woods
138 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 77 Charles Wood father of the orphans 1761 Page 236.--21st May, 1761. Samuel McDowell and Richard Woods ' bond (with David Stewart), as guardian (appointed) to Samuel, Arthur, Esther, Elizabeth, and Charles Woods , orphans of Charles Woods
139 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. X. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 227 Esther Wood 1802 [Page 22.--10th February, 1802. John Moffett's will, Sr.--... granddaughter, Esther McClenachan, daughter to said Nancy; granddaughter, Esther Woods , wife of Michael Woods;... Proved, 25th November, 1805.]
140 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. X. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 227 Michael 1802 [Page 22.--10th February, 1802. John Moffett's will, Sr.--... granddaughter, Esther McClenachan, daughter to said Nancy; granddaughter, Esther Woods , wife of Michael Woods;... Proved, 25th November, 1805.]
141 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 244 Mary 1814 Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods ' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods , daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods . Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. [p.244]
142 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 244 John 1814 Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods ' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods , daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods . Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. [p.244]
143 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 244 William 1814 Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods ' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods , daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods . Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. [p.244]
144 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 244 Elizabeth [Wood] Donovan 1814 Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods ' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods , daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods . Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. [p.244]
145 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 244 Mary [Wood] Brown 1814 Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods ' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods , daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods . Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. [p.244]
146 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 244 son, Joseph 1814 Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods ' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods , daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods . Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. [p.244]
147 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Will Book No. Xii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 244 Jemima 1814 Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods ' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods , daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods . Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. [p.244]
148 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 41 Richard 1756 Page 140.--17th March, 1756. Joseph Paxton's appraisement by John Smiley, Moses McCluer, John McClure. 18th March, 1756. John Bowyer's bond as guardian (chosen) to James McDowell, orphan of John McDowell, with sureties Joseph Lapesly, Richard
149 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 47 Richard 1757 Page 216.--5th September, 1757. John Wilson's will, shoemaker--To wife Agness; to daughter Sarah; to brother Robert Wilson and brother James Wilson's son John; to brother James' son William; to James McKnut, 1/2 of shoemaker's tools. Teste: John Christian, John Brownlee, Alex. Brownlee. Proved, 18th November, 1757, by John Christian and Jno. Brownlee. Agness renounces the provisions, and Agness qualifies, with Robt. McClenachan, Richard
150 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 49 Wm. 1758 Page 258.--16th August. 1758. Thomas Gregg's bond (with Saml. Semple) as administrator of Wm.
151 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 81 John 1763 Page 281.--21st September, 1763. Samuel McDowell's bond (with Jos. Lapsely) as administrator of John
152 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Abstracts Of Wills Of Augusta County, Virginia. Augusta County Court. Will Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 83 Elizbeth 1763 Page 314.--2d November, 1763. Joseph McCord's vendue--Sold to Patrick Finley, Joseph Walker, James Logan, James Moore, Mary Brown, Jno. McCord, James McCallister, Alex. Telford, Jno. Somers, Mary Ann Clendennin, David Telford, Wm. McKee, Charles Boyles, W. Wolsy, James Gordon, Thos. Grubbs, Elizabeth
153 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 287 Samuel 1750 Page 819.--9th June, 1750. Benj. Borden to John Karr, 336 acres, David Karr's line; corner Francis Beatty. Teste: Jno. Paul, Wm. Whitesides, Robt. Cilpatrick, Saml. Woods.
154 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 2. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 288 Richard 1750 Page 849.--10th July, 1750. Henry Kirkham and Margaret to John Paxton, lots of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania; Benj. Borden; on James River; on Wood's Creek; corner Joseph Lapsley; 198 A, 3 R, 36 P, conveyed to Henry by Borden, 27th July, 1742. Teste: Richard Woods, Jno. McKey.
155 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 292 Richard 1750 Page 160.--4th January, 1750. Mathew Young and Agness to Peter Wallace, 150 1/2 acres. Bought by James Young from Borden, recorded in Orange and conveyed by James to Mathew. On Whistle Creek of James River; corner to Low Todd. Teste: Joseph Lapsley, Richard Woods.
156 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 292 Samuel 1750 Page 165.--25th February, 1750. Samuel Woods and Wm. Woods of Augusta to Peter Wallace, 120 acres in Fork of James, part of Wm. Wood's land, where Peter now liveth; Joseph Lapsley's line; Richard Wood's line. Teste: John Mathews, Jr., Joseph Lapsley.
157 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 292 Wm. 1750 Page 165.--25th February, 1750. Samuel Woods and Wm. Woods of Augusta to Peter Wallace, 120 acres in Fork of James, part of Wm. Wood's land, where Peter now liveth; Joseph Lapsley's line; Richard Wood's line. Teste: John Mathews, Jr., Joseph Lapsley.
158 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 294 Richard 1751 Page 233.--29th May, 1751. Thomas Paxton, Jr., to John Robison, 160 acres, where Thomas lives on So. River, John Lowry's line; corner Moses Whiteside. Teste: Alexander McMullen, Richard Woods, Thos. Paxton.
159 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 295 Richard 1751 Page 321.--27th May, 1751. Borden, etc., to Samuel Lyle, 235 acres on Mill Creek; corner to James McClung; corner Jno. McNabb. Teste: Richard Woods, Alexander McMullan, John Lyle.
160 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 3. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 295 Richard 1751 Page 329.--28th May, 1751. John McNabb to Samuel Lyle, 101 acres, part of Benj. Borden's great tract; on Mill Creek; corner Isaac Taylor. Teste: Richard Woods, Alexander McMullan, John Lyle.
161 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 4. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 299 Andrew 1757 Page 25.--27th November, 1757. John Harrison, farmer, to Robert Renick, farmer, 241 acres. Teste: Andrew Woods, John Poage, George Crawford.
162 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 5. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 313 Richard 1753 Page 257.--8th March, 1753. Borden, &c., to Alexander Craighead, late of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1753. Cor. Richard Woods; cor Peter Wallace, 553 acres of 92100 sold in testator's lifetime. Cap. Lapsley's line. Teste: Roger and John Keyes. Nathaniel Evins.
163 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 5. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 313 Samuel 1753 Page 262.--6th March, 1753. Samuel and William Woods to Benjamin Borden, 263 acres on Woods Creek of James. Cor. Richard Woods; cor. Peter Wallace, Cap. Lapsley's line.
164 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 5. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 313 William 1753 Page 262.--6th March, 1753. Samuel and William Woods to Benjamin Borden, 263 acres on Woods Creek of James. Cor. Richard Woods; cor. Peter Wallace, Cap. Lapsley's line.
165 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 6. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 322 James Wood's 1753 Page 121.--Daniel Stringer and Elizabeth, his wife, 21st November, 1753, to Thomas Gorden, 278 acres. Line of James Wood's land on west side of a branch of Muddy Creek. Daniel (his mark) Stringer. Eliza (her mark) Stringer.
166 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 6. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 328 Wm. 1754 Page 376.--19th August, 1754. John Kerr, yeoman, and Margaret (her mark) to John McKee, yeoman (signed Carr), £200, 280 acres conveyed to John Carr by Borden, 8th July, 1743, part of 92,100 acres, on Tees Creek. Teste: Samuel Norwood, James Goodfellow, Wm. Woods. Delivered to James Lockart, 17th May, 1757.
167 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 326 Richard 1755 Page 102.--20th May, 1755. Borden's executors (Magdalen Bowyer, relict and administratrix of John McDowell, late of Orange County, and mother of Samuel McDowell, an orphan under 21 years, being eldest son and heir-at-law of said John McDowell to said Samuel McDowell under the tuition of his guardian, Richard Woods, Gent.). Benjamin, Sr., had agreed to sell in his lifetime to Jno. McDowell. John entered the land under the agreement. John was killed by Indians. John had had the land surveyed by Borden's surveyor, John Hart; contained 1,359 acres; of this, John McDowell had covenanted to sell to John Paul 400 acres, whereupon Paul and others brought suit, vs. Samuel, for title. Decree, 22d August, 1752. Conveys all residue of the 1,359 acres whereon John lived; Roger Key's land; John Lyle's line; Mathew Lyle's corner, 959 acres. Delivered: Samuel McDowell, March, 1764.
168 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 342 James Wood's 1755 Page 320.--8th December, 1755. Thos. Waterson and Mary ( ), farmer, to Israel Christian, merchant, £155, 300 acres on a branch of Naked Creek, James Wood's line. Teste: Thomas ( ) Kirkpatrick.
169 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 346 Richard 1757 Page 413.--15th March, 1757. Richard Woods, gent., and Elizabeth, of Augusta, to Richard Wood, son-in-law of Richard, £25, 195 acres in Fork of James River and part of tract where Richard, grantor, now liveth; cor. in Borden's patent line by James Davis's field; cor. Peter Wallace; cor. Richard Wood.
170 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 346 Col. 1756 Page 422.--1st December, 1756. John Scot to Jno. Pickin, mortgage of 400 acres adjoining Cub Run. Col. Woods on one side and James Buseter on the other, £37.15 secured. Teste: Arnold Kuster ( ), Wm. ( ) Pickin, Uriah Humble.
171 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 348 - 1757 Page 451.--14th June, 1757. John Taylor and Esther ( ) to Thomas Gordon, £20, 120 acres cor. Wood's and Green's land on head Muddy Creek; cor. Jno. O'Neal's land. Teste: Geo. Bigham, Elijah Clery. Delivered: Thos. Gordon, April, 1771. [p.348]
172 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 348 Richard 1757 Page 453.--10th June, 1757. Peter Wallace and Martha to Francis McCown, yeoman, £56, 150 1/2 acres on Whistle Creek in Forks of James; cor. Low Todd. Teste: Alex. Creaghead, Richard Woods, Ro. McElheney. Delivered: Samuel Wilson, Augusct, 1769.
173 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 350 Richard 1758 Page 522.--15th March, 1758. Richard Woods and Elizabeth to George Gibson, 200 acres on North Branch Colyer's Creek.
174 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 7. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 350 Elizabeth 1758 Page 522.--15th March, 1758. Richard Woods and Elizabeth to George Gibson, 200 acres on North Branch Colyer's Creek.
175 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 8. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 358 James Wood's 1759 Page 218.--21st November, 1759. Aaron Oliver, late of Augusta County, and Elizabeth ( ), to Thomas Shankland, £31.10.0, 196 acres on Muddy Creek below James Wood's land. Teste: Robert Shanklin, Richard Shanklin, Jno. Davidson.
176 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 8. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 362 Margaret 1760 Page 382.--19th August, 1760. Jonathan Douglas and Jemima ( ) to Nicholos Mase, £15, 160 acres on Broad Run near Linvell's Creek, part of 400 surveyed for Thos. Beal and conveyed to Jonathan, 1755; cor. to that part of tract surveyed to Henry Mace; cor. John Fare. Teste: Michael Hogshead, Margaret Woods. Delivered: Geo. Skelerom, 25th April, 1761.
177 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 9. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 369 Richard 1761 Page 274.--21st April, 1761. Alexander Craighead, of North Carolina, to John Bowyer, £300, 533 acres of Borden's 92100; cor. Richard Woods; cor. Peter Wallace, Cap. Lapsley's line. Teste: John Dickenson.
178 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 10. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 378 Richard Wood, of Albernarle, merchant 1760 Page 41.--18th November, 1760. Richard Woods, of Albernarle, merchant, to Peter Wallace, of Augusta, farmer, £60, 195 acres in Forks of James River; cor. in Borden's patent by James Devises Field; cor. Peter Wallace's other land; cor. Richard Woods, gent. Delivered: Cap. Samuel Lapsley, 17th August, 1784.
179 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 10. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 378 Richard Wood, gent. 1760 Page 41.--18th November, 1760. Richard Woods, of Albernarle, merchant, to Peter Wallace, of Augusta, farmer, £60, 195 acres in Forks of James River; cor. in Borden's patent by James Devises Field; cor. Peter Wallace's other land; cor. Richard Woods, gent. Delivered: Cap. Samuel Lapsley, 17th August, 1784.
180 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 400 - 1763 Page 310.--15th February, 1763. William Chesnut, farmer, to Henry Henry, £5, 80 acres on Muddy Creek, a branch of the North River of Shanandoe, part of 400 acres on which Chesnut now lives. Daniel Callachan's land on Green's old line; line of Wood's land. Delivered: Andrew Johnston by your order, March, 1770.
181 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 405 Mary 1763 Page 435.--16th November, 1763. George Bush ( ) and Susannah ( ) to Sebastian Hover, £94, 116 acres on South Fork of South Branch of Potowmack, conveyed to George by Mary Woods and Green, 29th May, 1761. Delivered: Andrew Johnston, June, 1767.
182 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 406 James Wood's 1763 Page 483.--30th September, 1763. Israel Christian, merchant, to Thomas Watterson, farmer, £155, 300 acres on a branch of Naked Creek, James Wood's line. Teste: John Stuart, James McRoy, Thomas Doran.
183 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 410 Richard 1764 Page 581.--5th May, 1764. John Stephenson and Jane to James Trimble, of Green Spring, Gent., of the same county, £50, 180 acres in Fork of James River upon Borden's Creek; corner James Trimble's, Mathew line. Teste: Richard Woods, Michael Finney. Wm. Foster, Wm. Hale.
184 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 414 Arthur 1764 Page 682.--15th April, 1764. Borden's executors to Samuel Lyle, £11, 100 acres, part of 92,100, said Lyle's old line. Teste: Arthur Woods. Delivered: Samuel Lyle, August Court, 1773.
185 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 417 - 1764 Page 742.--21st November, 1764. Stephen Conrad and Catherine ( ) to George Huffman, Jr., £25, 220 acres; corner Wood's land on Boon's Run. Delivered: Geo. Huffman, 21st May, 1771.
186 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 418 Margret 1764 Page 765.--19th November, 1764. Margret Woods and Joseph Gamble (signed Gamwell) to Archer Mathews, £10, A, 14 acres, a part of No. 9 (woodland adjoining Staunton), joining Jno. Kerr's lot; corner said Gamble's part of said lot; also B, part of lot 5 in Staunton. [p.418]
187 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 418 - 1764 Page 772.--4th September, 1764. Thomas O'Neal to Archibald (Ersbald) Hopkins. £4, 27 acres on a branch of Muddy Creek; corner Wood's land. Teste: Ephraim Love, Jno. Hopkins, Geo. Baxter.
188 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 11. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 423 Wm. 1765 Page 887.--20th May, 1765. Michael Hover and Barbara to Samuel Monsey, £25, 75 acres, part of 150 acres conveyed by George Speece, 3d February, 1760, on Linvell's Creek; corner Miller's land (part of said tract). Teste: Wm. Woods, Jno. Grattan. Delivered: Samuel Monsey, November, 1766.
189 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 12. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 438 Andrew 1765 Page 439.--5th October, 1765. Patton's executors to Andrew Woods, of Albemarle County, £100, 275 acres on North Fork of Roanoke, part of large tract patented to James Patton, 3d November, 1750, on Goose Creek, now called the Nort Fork of Roanoke, line of Pepper's land, David Miller's land. Teste: Wm. Christian, Edward Carvin, John Neelley, Dr.
190 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 13. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 450 Andrew 1767 Page 211.--5th March, 1767. James ( ) McAffee and Jannet ( ) to Archibald Fisher, £55, 150 acres on Catawbo of James River, joining John Bryan's land, apposite mouth of Holeston's Branch. Teste: James Curry, William Fleming, Andrew Woods. Delivered: Archibald Fisher, March, 1773.
191 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 14. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 461 Andrew 1767 Page 53.--17th June, 1767. John Adams and Elizabeth ( ) to Andrew Woods, £70, 300 acres on a branch of Looney's Mill Creek. Teste: Robert Finley, Stephen Trigg.
192 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 14. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 466 Samuel 1768 Page 271.--14th March, 1768. William Bryan to James Bryan, £100, 267 acres on Roanoke, alias Goose Creek; corner William Bryans, Jr., James Burk's line. Teste: William Ingles, William Tutt, Samuel Woods, William Preston. Delivered: Mr. Samuel Lewis, 16th January, 1772.
193 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 14. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 470 Andrew 1767 Page 447.--5th November, 1767. Robert Sloan, of Rowan County, N. C., weaver, to Andrew Woods, £40, on Looney's Mill Creek next above, Hugh Carother's land containing 264 acres. Teste: James Young, Samuel ( ) Lindsey, Walter Lindsey, George Gillespie. Delivered: Thos. Madison.
194 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 15. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 473 - 1767 Page 9.--2d December, 1767. William ( ) Hall to John Hall, £10, 415 acres on Cedar Creek in Forks of James; corner William Hall, Jr., William Poage's line; corner David Cloyd; corner William Hall. Teste: Richard Woods, James Campbell, William McKee.
195 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 15. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 475 John 1768 Page 111.--17th August, 1768. Robert ( ) Shaw to John Woods, Jr., £40. 95 acres, corner Francis Gardner's land. Teste: Patt. Cunningham. Delivered: Mary Woods. 13th August, 1773.
196 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 15. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 480 Michael 1769 Page 266.--25th January, 1769. Robert Rowland to Thomas Rowland, £100, 369 acres patented to Robert, 25th July, 1746, on head branch of Looney's Creek. Teste: Benj. Hawkins, Michael Woods, Jr., Thomas Arnott. Andrew Woods. Delivered: Pat. Lockhart by your order, March, 1772.
197 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 15. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 484 Richard 1767 Page 371.--26th November, 1767. John Mitchel and Margaret ( ) to Francis Fullen, £29, 170 acres on Buffalo Creek in Forks of James; corner John McCollum. Teste: Richard Woods, John Thompson, Robert Campbell, James Davies. Delivered: Mr. J. Lyle, 18th November, 1791.
198 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 15. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 485 Richard 1769 Page 398.--10th May, 1769. John Davis to Samuel Davis, £10, 400 acres on branches of Buffelo Creek, joining Benj. Borden's; corner Richard Woods.
199 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 16. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 491 - 1769 Page 100.--17th October, 1769. Joseph Inglish and Elizabeth ( ) to Reuben Rutherford, £50, 150 acres on Cub Run, hill near Wood's land, spur of the Peeked Mountain; patented to Joseph, 20th July, 1768.
200 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 16. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 495 Patrick 1769 Page 207.--18th December, 1769. Samuel ( ) Dunlap and Margaret ( ) to Patrick Woods, of Albemarle County, £10, 150 acres on North Fork of James River at mouth of Hays' Creek, beginning on the last branch of North Fork of James River opposite an island, Mount Miserable. Teste: John Hays, Alexander Walker, Andrew Hays, James Wallace, John Kelly, Henry ( ) Campbell, Samuel Kelly. Delivered: Wm. Hamilton, 11th May, 1771.
201 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 16. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 495 Joseph 1768 Page 211.--18th December, 1769. John ( ) Dunlap and Jennet ( ) to Joseph Woods, of Albemarle, £10, 150 acres on Hays' Creek, beginning at a Beetch by a post, being James Miles' daughter-in-law; corner on southeast side of Hays' Creek; Samuel Dunlap's line, Mount Miserable. Delivered: Wm. Hamilton, 11th May, 1772.
202 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 16. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 495 Samuel 1770 Page 230.--20th March, 1770. Joseph Poindexter and Elizabeth to Thomas Rodgers, £50, 143 acres on north side Shanandore; John Patrick's line; Thomas Turk's line. Teste: John Rodgers, James Kennerly, Jr., Samuel Woods.
203 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 16. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 501 - 1770 Page 431.--16th July, 1770. George Conrad (and Catherine ( )), eldest son and heir of Stephen Conrad to Stephen Conrad, brother of said George, £----, natural love and affection. Two tracts 125 acres, 106 acres of which is part of 108 acres conveyed to said George by John Burk and 19 acres, part of tract whereon George now lives, on Boon's Run, a branch of Shanandore; also 24 acres patented to Stephen Conrad, father to Stephen, 30th August, 1763, and descended to George as eldest son and heir, lying between Lusk and Boon's Runs; corner John Sellers; corner Nutt's land; corner Wood's land; Kipling's (Kisling's, Rifling's) corner.
204 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. Xvii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 509 - 1771 Page 182.--22d May, 1771. George Huffman ( ) to John Herdman, £60, 220 acres conveyed to George by Stephen Conrad. 21st November, 1764, corner Wood's land, on Boon's Run. Teste: Thos. Bowyer and Wm S. Madison. [p.509]
205 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. Xvii. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 511 Mrs. Mary 1771 Page 330.--6th May, 1771. Mathew Harrison to Thomas Carson, of Fairfax County, and Henry Mitchell, of Spottsylvania, merchants, mortgage, £748, tract whereon Mathew now lives, known as the Great Plains, 210 acres conveyed to him by Mrs. Mary Woods; also 965 acres, three surveys for Mathew, 2d December, 1768, not yet patented, on North River of Shanandoe, corner Wood's land. Teste: John Tyler, Jr., Robert Rutherford.
206 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 19. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 525 - 1772 Page 11.--18th November. 1772. William Chesnutt to son John Chesnutt, part of 400 acres conveyed to said William by Nicholas Green, on Muddy Creek; Wood's corner. Delivered: Jno. Chesnutt, 5th April, 1779.
207 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 21. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 548 Andrew 1776 Page 387.--12th November, 1776. Privy examination of Margaret, wife John Hutchison, late of Augusta, deed to Charles Baskins, before William Fleming and Andrew Woods.
208 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 22. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 554 Samuel 1778 Page 287.--19th May, 1778. Henry Waterson and Ann ( ), of Botetourt, to Samuel Woods, of Amherst. Delivered: Claudius Bustard, August, 1780.
209 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 22. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 557 William 1779 Page 487.--6th March, 1779. Patrick Lockhart, of Botetourt, to Peter and Jacob Cale, part of 624 acres conveyed by Beverley to James Lockhart. 17th June, 1748. Release of mortgage. Teste: William Allen, Stephen Woods, James Thomas.
210 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 22. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 557 Allen 1779 Page 487.--6th March, 1779. Patrick Lockhart, of Botetourt, to Peter and Jacob Cale, part of 624 acres conveyed by Beverley to James Lockhart. 17th June, 1748. Release of mortgage. Teste: William Allen, Stephen Woods, James Thomas.
211 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 22. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 557 Stephen 1779 Page 487.--6th March, 1779. Patrick Lockhart, of Botetourt, to Peter and Jacob Cale, part of 624 acres conveyed by Beverley to James Lockhart. 17th June, 1748. Release of mortgage. Teste: William Allen, Stephen Woods, James Thomas.
212 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 23. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 560 John 1779 Page 109.--21st September, 1779. Grace ( ) Shaw, widow of Robert Shaw, deceased. Receipt to John Woods and release of dower to Joseph Redmond.
213 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 23. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 566 Samuel Wood, deceased, of Albemarle 1781 Page 485.--13th August, 1781. James Brooks. executor of Samuel Woods, deceased, of Albemarle, to Moses Hays. Delivered: Hugh Richey by order of Moses Hays.
214 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 25. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 579 John Woods son of Mary and John 1762, 1786 Page 449.--19th November, 1786. John Woods, of Augusta, to his mother Mary Woods, of Augusta, tract patented to John's father, John, 25th February, 1762, and by his decease intestate is invested in grantor as heir.
215 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 25. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 579 John Woods and Mother parents of John Woods 1762, 1786 Page 449.--19th November, 1786. John Woods, of Augusta, to his mother Mary Woods, of Augusta, tract patented to John's father, John, 25th February, 1762, and by his decease intestate is invested in grantor as heir.
216 Source:Chalkley's ChroniclesVol(3), Deed Book No. 25. Additional Members Of The Executive Committee. page 579 Mary and John Woods parents of John Woods 1762, 1786 Page 449.--19th November, 1786. John Woods, of Augusta, to his mother Mary Woods, of Augusta, tract patented to John's father, John, 25th February, 1762, and by his decease intestate is invested in grantor as heir.

NB:Capture is incomplete--about 20 additional entries were found in Vol 1, but couldn't be recovered on this pass.