Early Settlers on the Elizabeth River, Augusta County, VA

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The Holston River was originally known as the Elizabeth, and some land transactions refer to it as the Elizabeth

Need map of the Elizabeth River Area.

Elizabeth River

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

  • Page 4.--15th March, 1758. James Davis to sons Henry, William and Samuel Davies, love and affection, 1,300 acres known as Davies' Fancy on the Indian River. 1st, to Henry, a portion on the South Fork known as the Beaver Dam, down the said Fork to where the two Forks meet; 2d, to son William, 350 acres; 3d, to son Samuel, 350 acres. Signed, James ( ) Davies. Delivered: Wm. Davis, May, 1765.




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