Early Settlers on Craig's Creek, Augusta County, VA

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Location

Need map of Craig's Creek Area.

Settlers

From Chalkley's (listed in alphabetical order, based upon grantee/acquiree):

  • George Barber was an early settler on Craig's Creek, prior to 1745-1748. He died in 1750 and his wife, Elizabeth Moore married 2nd, Matthew Patton, son of James Patton and Mary Borden.
  • Page 405.--13th May, 1762. John Smith to William Bowyer, £100, two slaves and 600 acres on Craig's Creek, joining Col. James Patton's lands; mortgage for £100. James ( ) Cloyd. Wilton ( ) Walton.
  • Page 326.--8th March, 1763. Ludwick Ipsher, eldest son and heir of Peter Ipsher, deceased, to Israel Christian, £50, 200 acres by patent to Peter, 29th May, 1760, on John's Creek of Craig's Creek. Teste: Wm. Carvin, Thos. Barnes, Ludwick ( ) Ipsher.
  • Page 527.— Rev. John Craig and Isabella Hellena to John Crawford, 1753, Craig's Creek. Teste: Thomas Gordon and Wm. Basken. Delivered: Wm. Ritchey, 7th April, 1778.
  • Page 530.—Same to same (Rev. John Craig and Isabella Hellena to John Crawford) , 1753. Forks of Craig's Creek and Patterson's Branch. (listed just after transaction above)
  • Page 21.—4th June, 1748. James Wood, of Frederick, to Daniel Davidson, Smith's Creek. Teste: Thos. How, south side of wagon road; patented to James Wood, 12th January, 1746. Teste: Jno. Hopes, Thos. Wood, Thos. Story, Morgan Bryan, Jno. Harrison, Jr. Delivered: Jno. Harrison, Jr., November, 1756.
  • Page 514—22d November, 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to Patrick Downey, 1753. As above (on Craig's Creek).
  • Page 166.--20th December. 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to George Fridley, 100 acres patented as supra, on Craig's Creek.
  • Page 150.--18th Deember. 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to Frederick Hartsough, 130 acres by patent 3d November, 1750, on Craig's Creek, a branch of James River.
  • Page 48.—18th August, 1748. Rev. John Craige to Joshua Hadley, 400 acres in fork of Craig's Creek and James River. Isabella Hellena, wife of John Teste: Thos. Lewis, Silas Hart, Robt. McClenachan.
  • Page 22.--12th December, 1753. Joshua Hadley and Patience to Thomas Hadley, 400 acres in Fork of James River and Craig's Creek. Teste: Edward McDonald. Delivered to. Wm. Preston.
  • Page 517.—22d November, 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to Henry Holdston, Sr., 1753,181 acres. As above(on Craig's Creek).
  • Page 496.—25th August (1753). Alex. Ritchie, blacksmith, and Mary to Gabriel Jones, of Frederick County, attorney, 1753, 400 acres, James River above Craig's Creek. Purchased of Alex. Douglass, heir-at-law of his brother, Roger Douglass, to whom it was patented. Teste: James Donalson (Donelson).
  • Page 160.--20th December, 1753. Same to (from Col. James Patton) Haunce Maurice, 246 acres patented 3d November, 1750, on Craig's Creek.
  • Page 185.--2d March, 1754. Patrick Downey (Downing) to William Miller, 155 acres on Craig's Creek, conveyed to Downey by Patton. Teste: David Miller, Wm. Carravin.
  • Page 155.--20th December, 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to Charles Nutts, 64 acres by patent 3d November, 1750, in a bent of Craig's Creek. Teste: Jacob and Mathew Patton.
  • Page 152.--17th December, 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to Mathew Patton, 266 acres by patent 3d November. 1750, on Craig's Creek. Teste: Robert Williams.
  • Page 450.--17th June, 1769. James Patton's executors to Henry Paulin, £15, 62 acres patented to James, 3d November, 1750, on Craig's Creek. Teste: Andrew Crockett, Samuel McRoberts.
  • Page 168.--18th December, 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to William Plummer, 218 acres patented, supra, on Craig's Creek.
  • Page 730.--12th November, 1764. Thomas Hadley and Mary of Cumberland Co.. N. C.. to George Poage, £140, 400 acres in Forks of James River and Craig's Creek. Teste: Henry Carter.
  • Page 511.—22d November, 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to John Potts, 124 acres by patent 3d November, 1750. Craig's Creek.
  • Page 346.--7th April, 1763. David Looney and Mary to Amos Potts and John Potts, Jr., £25, 204 acres by patent dated August, 1761, on waters of Craig's Creek of James River. Teste: Steven ( ) Rentfroe, Margret ( ) Looney. Sent to Pat. Lockhart by your order, 8th October, 1773.
  • Page 163.--18th December, 1753. Same (from Col. James Patton) to Plackard Scilar, 162 acres patented 3d November, 1750, on Craig's Creek.
  • Page 41.--21st March, 1754. Same (from Col. James Patton) to Abraham Smith, 86 acres by patent 3d November, 1750, on Craig's Creek at Mulberry Bottom.
  • Page 100.--18th November, 1767. William Bowyer to John Smith, Release and surrender of mortgage dated 13th May, 1763, and recorded.
  • Page 490.—John Doughert (signed Jocort) to Alex. Walker, 1753, 94 acres. From Patton, 1751, Craig's Creek at Indian Camp. Teste: John Smith, Adam Lewnis, Richard Borton, Jno. Sproul, Ro. Rennix, Samuel Walker.
  • Page 177.--8th July, 1763. Robert Williams, of Orange County, North Carolina, to William Walker, of Bedford County, £33.18.3, 275 acres conveyed to Robert by James Patton, 17th December, 1753, on Craig's Creek. Teste: John Mills, David Looney. Delivered: William Walker, March, 1766.
  • Page 158.--17th December, 1753. Patton (Col. James Patton) to Robert Williams, 275 acres patented 3d November, 1750, on Craig's Creek. Teste: Henry Halstone.


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