| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||57||SEPTEMBER 27, 1752.
(412) Thomas Walker qualified Deputy Surveyor.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||87||AUGUST 20, 1760.
(392) Henry Brown's wife, Alice, in Bedford, to be privately examined as to dower in land conveyed by Henry to Thos. Walker.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||90|| MAY 23, 1761....
(47) Commission for privy examination of Agatha, wife of John Madison. Commission for privy examination of Alice, wife of Henry Brown, in deed to Thos. Walker--report recorded.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||92||AUGUST 19, 1761....
(56) Thomas Walker relinquishes his right to a piece of land lying in Burk's Garden to Patton's executors.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||136|| AUGUST 18, 1767.
(216) Thos. Walker and Mildred to Andrew Lewis.--Comn. for Mildred.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||192 ||AUGUST 19, 1777....
(201) Indenture from the Sachems of the Six Nations of Indians to George Croughan, formerly partly proved in the Court of West Augusta, now proved by Thomas Walker, Jr., and recorded.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||339||1764||AUGUST, 1764 (B)....Col. Thomas Cresap vs. Dr. Thomas Walker.--Van Swearingen's deposition taken in Frederick County, Maryland, 1764. He pastured horses in 1755 for Dr. Walker, who, he understood, was the King's Commissary. Cresap was from "Old Town." This suit was to recover costs and expenses in Braddock's expedition. Advertisement by Robert Leahe, Commissary, 13th February, 1756, that the Commissioners to settle accounts (Edward Shippen, Samuel Morris, Alexander Stedman and Samuel McCall) would attend at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to settle accounts. Letter from Cresap, to Walker and from Walker to Cresap. Walker's letter dated Castle Hill.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||470-472 ||AUGUST, 1764 (B). Cresap vs. Walker.--Debtor Dr. Thomas Walker: 1755--March 17, To
54 ells of oznabrigs for bags; paid for making 20 bags, 10/; thread, 1/6.
March 19, paid William Ives for carriage of 10 horseloads of flour to Fort
Cumberland; paid Notley Pigman for water carriage of 87 1/2 bushels of
wheat, weight 5,250 pounds, at 3/. March 21, paid Edmond Martin for
carriage of 24 1/2 bushels of wheat, weight 1,400 pounds, at 3/; paid James
Hayton for carriage of 40 bushels of wheat, weight 2,400 pounds, at 3/.
March 28, paid Daniel Lynn for carriage of 12 casks of flour; paid Daniel
Lynn for carriage of 33 pounds wheat; to 21 yards oznabrigs for bags; paid
for making of six bags, 3/, thread, 6d.; paid William Ives for carriage of
16 horseloads of flour to Fort Cumberland; paid Nathan Triggs for water
carriage of 38 bushels wheat; paid Nathan Triggs for water carriage of 200
pounds of flour; paid William Triggs for water carriage of 35 1/2 bushels
wheat; paid William Reynolds for water carriage of 39 3/4 bushels of wheat.
April 7, paid William Wiggins for water carriage of 38 bushels of wheat.
April 8, paid Samuel Hayton for water carriage of 30 bushels of wheat;
paid Samuel Hayton for water carriage of 2 casks of flour. April 17, paid
Zebulon Robinet for water carriage of 6 casks of hour and 19 1/4 bushels of
wheat; paid John Crisp for materials for the flat. April 26, paid Isaac
Crumwell per your order. May 7, paid William Williams for water carriage
of 58 bushels of wheat; paid Joseph Flint's order on you. May 26, paid
Vann Swearingen for wintering 20 wagon horses purchased by Governor
Sharp for his Majesty's service; paid William Reynolds for water carriage
of 2,388 pounds of flour, at 3/. Maryland, Frederick County, to wit: June
30, 1762. Sworn to by Thomas Cresap, gent, before Thomas Norris. Certificate
with Seal by John Darnall, clerk, that Thomas Norris "is one of his
Lordships the Right Honorable the Lord Proprietory his Justices of the
Peace" for Frederick County. Castle Hill, September 30, 1760. Sir: Your
favor of ye 30th of August came to hand the other day. The contents
thereof surprises me, I suppose, as much as Mrs. Hoops's answer did you.
I shall not at present enter into the justness, or reasonableness, of the
account, as I presume that is out of the question. You, I make no doubt, are
sensible the money ought to have been paid by the Crown, and I should have
thought your experience from the year 1755 would have convinced you that it was
necessary to apply either before or at the time the Commissioners settled the
accounts for the campaign of 1758, as no regard has been paid to any accounts
that were not brought in before such settlements of any campaign
were finished. As to your seeking justice in Virginia, I presume no Court,
or jury, can be of opinion that I am to pay the debts due from the Crown
which remain unpaid from the neglect of the creditors. Could I assist you
I should with the greatest pleasure, but as I cannot, must leave you to take
any method you may think just and most likely to recover your due. I am,
your most humble servant, (Signed) Thomas Walker. Col. Thomas Cresap,
the Old Town, Maryland. James Heaton's receipt to Thomas Cresap, 21st
March, 1755, £3.12.0. Edmond Martin's (mark) receipt to Thomas Cresap,
21st March, 1755, £2.2.0. William Frigg's receipt to Thomas Cresap, 28th
March, 1755, £2.12.0. John Crisp's order on Mr. Thomas Walker, Commissary,
13th April, 1755. William Williams's receipt. (Test, Jarvis Hougham.)
Isaac Cromwell's order. Notley Pigman's receipt. William Reynold's
receipt. William Wigins's receipt. William Ives's receipt. William
Reynold's receipt. Zebulon Robinet's receipt. Daniel Linns's receipt.
Nathan Trigg's receipt. Joseph Flint's receipt. Samuel Haton's receipt. I do
certify that sixty head of beef cattle and fifty head of sheep, bought by the
contractors for the use of the forces under the command of Col. George
Washington, were grazed upon the plantation of Col. Thomas Cresap, at Old
Town, from the 15th of July to the 15th of September, inclusive. (Signed)
Joseph Galbreath, assistant to the contractors. Fort Cumberland, September
21, 1758. Attachment against Thomas Walker, addressed to sheriff of Augusta,
to answer Thomas Cresap, dated 17th February, in second year of our
reign. Daniel Linn's receipt. William Ives's receipt. March 1, 1764. Van
Swearinger, Sr., deposes before Joseph Smith, James Smith, Justices for
Frederick County, Maryland, aged seventy years, or thereabouts: That on
25th May, 1755, the deponent attended Dr. Thomas Walker, who, he understood,
was the King's commissary, with an account for wintering 20 wagon
horses, which horses were sent him by Col. Thomas Cresap, who informed
him that the said horses were the King's and were purchased by the Governor
of Maryland of Mr. Robert Callender, and ordered by the Governor to him,
the said Cresap, to have them wintered. Some time in the spring the said
horses, with the wagons, which were ordered away from his house by Dr.
Thomas Walker, without acquainting him at the time to whom he was to
apply for the payment of his account, on which he applied to Colonel Cresap,
as he had sent the horses to him, who went with the deponent to Fort
Cumberland on the day and date above mentioned, where was Dr. Thomas
Walker, to whom the deponent presented his account, which the said commissary
perused and made no objection to any part thereof, but told him
they had not cash at that time to discharge it, but that as soon as Colonel
Washington came up from Virginia, by whom he expected a sum of money,
he would pay the account. The deponent informed them that as he lived at
a great distance, and it would put him to considerable trouble to be coming
after his money, he should for the future expect his money from Colonel
Cresap, who he looked upon to be liable to him for it, upon which Dr.
Walker desired Colonel Cresap to pay me the money, the amount of which
was £30.17.0, which sum the Colonel payed me the next day. Agreeable
to his request for which I gave a receipt and never received anything for the
same but from Colonel Cresap. (Signed) Van Swearingen, Sr.
Philadelphia, January 31, 1756. Whereas, Application hath been made to
his Excellency, General Shirley, on behalf of the owners of the wagons,
teams, carriages, horses, and other things contracted for and employed in his
service under the late General Braddock; and his said Excellency, General
Shirley, having given orders for the settling and discharging all such accounts
as yet remain unsatisfied for the said wagons, teams, horses, etc.; and
Edward Shippen, Samuel Morris, Alexander Stedman, and Samuel McCall,
Jr., Esqs., being, by the directions of the. said General Shirley,
commissionated and appointed to audit, adjust, and settle the said accounts in
conjunction with Robert Leake, Esq., commissary to his Majesty's forces in
North America; notice is hereby given that the said Robert Leake, with the
said commissioners, will attend at Lancaster, from the third until the
thirteenth day of February next, both inclusive, for the settling, adjusting,
and discharging all accounts and demands relative to the said wagoners, horses,
and other things. When and where all persons concerned are hereby required
to appear with their several accounts and contracts (and their proofs
and vouchers) relating to the premises, in order to have the same settled
and paid by Robert Leake, commissary. Lancaster, 13th February, 1756.
The said commissioners and commissary will attend at Philadelphia, where
all persons are desired to come immediately who have any demands as
above. (Signed) R. Leaks, commissary.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||1||517 ||ORDERS OF COURT....Augusta, 1758. To Thomas Walker, Esq.--Old Town, August 30th, 1760, Dear Sir:--
The answer given me by Mr. Hoops, to my account, pasturage of cattle in
1758, greatly surprises me. He tells me the account is out of time, the
charge is exorbitant, and that he don't believe that the pasturage was had.
It is very extraordinary that a man of his forbearance should be cut out of
his money. As to the rate charged, it is the same paid me daily, and as to
the number of cattle and, sheep charged, it is not a fourth part of what
were pastured that year by me, Mr. Galbraith only signing a certificate for
those last taken away, without allowing anything for what were killed the
whole summer for the garrison at Fort Cumberland. As I always looked on
you as a gentleman of an established good character, I cannot think you
will agree to an act of injustice. Therefore hope you will order the payment
of this account and prevent my giving you any trouble, that on its not
being discharged I must, in justice to myself, do, and which would be very
disagreeable to me. At the time the cattle were brought to my plantation,
there was above 60 acres of meadow fit to mow, as good as ever scythe was
put into, besides 60 acres of exceeding good pasture, and they had the full
swing of the whole plantation. If I am obliged to make use of any means
to right myself, which may not be agreeable to you, hope you will excuse me,
as I choose rather to seek justice in Virginia than in Pennsylvania. I am,
sir, your most humble servant. (Signed) Thomas Cresap.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||61||Ross vs. Smith--O. S. 14; N. S. 5--Bill filed 9th July, 1798. David Ross
complains that in 1753, 24th October, under Order of Council granting
lands to the Loyal Company, a survey was made of 190 acres for Timothy,
Col _____, in Washington County, formerly Augusta, in Rich Valley on
waters of the North Fork of Holstein River. The Company gave titles
upon payment of surveyors' fees and £3 for every 100 acres. Dr. Thomas
Walker, now deceased, had the management of the affairs of the Company,
as well as being a member, and he appointed William English his agent.
Cole abandoned his land, and then in September, 1768, Joseph Scott and
Stephen Trigg paid the fees on the same tract and received a receipt
therefor on 16th January, 1773. Scott transferred his right to Stephen.
Ross purchased from Stephen, 18th August, 1775. George Smith was then in
possession. The affairs of the Loyal Company were brought before the
Supreme Court, and on 3d May, 1783, the title of the Company to all lands
surveyed by them prior to 1776 was established. Answer says (Fisher?
Jasper?) Cox first improved the land. The name is probably Jester Cocke.
Dr. Walker was from Albemarle. See this suit for settlement of Holston
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||62|| || David Ross vs. Hoofacre or Halfacre--O. S. 14; N. S. 5--Bill filed 9th
July, 1798. In all respects similar to Ross vs. Smith, supra;
survey was on 22d October, 1753, for Josiah Hamilton. Signature of William
Ingles to a receipt, 1768, for fees for surveys in lower end of Rich
Valley, where one Goolman Gester (Justin) Cox and a Dutchman, part of his
name is Michael Hoof ____, now lives. Copy of decree of Court of Appeals,
2d May, 1783, in cases Thomas Walker and other members of the Loyal
Company's, and of Thomas Nelson and other members of Greenbrier Company's
claims under several Orders of Council dated 12th July, 1749; 29th
October, 1751; 14th June, 1753; 16th December, 1773. Michael Hoofacre
deposes that in July, 1768, he came to live on the land in controversy and
defended it against the incursions of the Indians at the peril of his
life. When he came there was no improvement nor anything resembling an
improvement but a hunter's camp.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||64 || ||Christopher Acklin vs. Francis Walker--O. S. 17; N. S. 6--Bill filed
1802--Settlement of Wolf Hill tract in Washington County belonging to
Thomas Walker, deceased, father of Francis. Other settlers were Saml.
Biggs, James Craig, Saml. Evans, David Getgood, John Vance. John Vance
deposes, 19th August, 1803, at house of John McCormick in Abingdon, that
between 1773 and 1775 he and Christopher Acklin settled on the Wolf Hill
tract, deponent having purchased a settlement of John Huston; Daniel Smith
was Dr. Walker's agent. James Crow settled on the Wolf Hill tract in
1778; James Piper was also a settler. Francis Walker went to school to
Daniel Smith, the agent. Josiah Gamble deposes in Blount County,
Tennessee, 10th March, 1803, that he and Daniel Smith were the agents of
Walker, and Acklin was the first settler on the land in dispute. Daniel
Smith deposes at his own house in Sumner County, Tennessee, 12th March,
1804. Robert Doaek was Walker's agent before Smith, in years 1770-72.
Alexander Brackenridge deposes in Bourbon County, 10th June, 1803: In
1769?1776 a certain Robert Doak said he was agent for Dr. Thos. Walker
and induced Alexr. to take a part of the lands, and he, in November of
same year, went there and built a cabin, and in September, 1770, he moved
there. In 1772 Doak came and laid off the lands to the settlers. In 1773
settlers were advertised to meet at the house of Samuel Briggs.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||123|| || Charles Cumming vs. Walker--O. S. 135; N. S. 47--Bill, March,
1803. Thomas Armstrong was an early settler on the lands granted
Dr. Thomas Walker in Fincastle County, known as Wolf Hill tract
adjoining James Pifer. Armstrong sold to Robert Breckinridge, who
sold to orator. Alexander Breckinridge deposes 10th June, 1803, in
Bourbon County, Ky. Deed 25th August, 1800, by Francis Walker and
Jane B., his wife, to Charles Cummin of Washington County. Recorded
in District Court at Washington Court House, 3d October, 1800.
Robert Breckinridge, aged 60, deposes in Montgomery County, Ky.,
5th June, 1803: In 1771 or 72 he purchased a part of the Wolf Hill
tract. John Davis and James Pifer depose, 1803, that they have been
neighbors of Rev. Chas. Cummins near 30 years. Alexr.
Breckinridge's deposition: In 1769 Robert Doke said he was agent
for Dr. Thomas Walker to lay off the Wolf Hill tract. In November
same year he went and chose a tract and built a cabin on it and in
1770 moved there.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||143|| ||Beavins (Blevins) vs. Newell--O. S. 174; N. S. 62--Bill, 27th
September, 1805. In 1765 or 1768 Andrew Baker settled and made an
improvement on land under the Loyal Company now in Grayson County.
Several years afterwards he sold to Jeremiah Harrison, who also
removed to and lived on the land for some time, and sold to James
Mulkey, who settled and lived on the land and then sold to James
Blevins, father of orator John Blevins, 1772. James then moved to
the land, where he resided until his death, in 1801. In 1790 James
Newel made an entry on the lands. George Reves deposes that Andrew
Baker was the first settler on the land, in 1768. Copy of survey of
1,000 (4,400?) acres (known as the Peach Bottom) surveyed for Peter
Jefferson, Thomas and David Meriwether, and Thos. Walker, 16th
March, 1753. Many valuable entries, plats and surveys.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||166|| ||Jane Alien, widow of Robert Alien, Jr., living in Kentucky, vs. Jacob
Butngardner, heirs of Isaac Hayes, heirs of James Flack--O. S. 210; N. S.
74 -- Patent by Dunmore, 20th June, 1"(72, to Thomas Walker, for 800 acres
in Augusta, between Beverley Manor and South Mountain, cor. Lazarus
Inman, John Campbell, Wm. Teas. Deed 30th October, 1801, by James
E;lack and Mary, his wife, to James Hayes of Albemarle. Tract purchased
from Jane Alien. Deed 30th Dctober, 1801, by same to Jacob Bumgardner
and Isaac Hayes; part of tract purchased from Jane Alien. Will of James
Hayes of Albemarle: Nine children, viz: James, David, Isaac, Nathan-
iel, Thomas, William, Mary, Sarah Ann, Malinda. Son John and daughter
Elizabeth married, to Robert Brooks. Dated 6th December, 1812, and re-
corded by the Circuit Court 13th May, 1813.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||180|| ||Sayers vs. Newell--O. S. 227; N. S. 80--Bill, 3d August, 1804. Orators
are John T. Sayers and James Montgomery, executors of William Sayers.
In 1774 William became security for James Newell and took a mortgage
of land and personalty. Newell has died and the land has come into
possession of James Jones and the personalty of James's son, James. Deed
9th February, 1774, by James Newell of Fincastle to Wm. Sawyers, 53
acres called Passimon Bottom. Recorded in Fincastle County, 3d May,
1774. Deed 26th May, 1786, by Francis Walker, attorney for Thomas
Walker of Albemarle to John Hurst of Montgomery, 100 acres patented
to Thomas Walker, 10th November, 1782, in Montgomery County on west
side of New or Woods River. Filed but not recorded in Montgomery
County. Deed 10th February, 1797, by Charles Dyer and Mary of Washington
County, Ky., to James Jones of Wythe County, 297 in Wythe on
New River. Recorded in Wythe, 9th May, 1797. Deed 5th August, 1795,
by John and Mary Hurst of Wythe County to Charles Dyer of Wythe, 259
acres on New River. Recorded in Wythe, 11th August, 1795.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||241||Evans' representatives vs. Walker's administrator--O. S. 329; N. S. 119--
Bill, March, 1820, by Joseph, Andrew, James, David and Samuel C. Evans,
representatives of Samuel Evans, deceased. In 1773 Samuel Evans
purchased from Dr. Thomas Walker a tract of land, part of the Wolf Hill
tract. Samuel sold to Martin Hegy and went to Tennessee.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||409 ||1777--Page 9, Henry Miller, Iron Works; page 10, Michael Kern, South
River; page 11, Francis Alexander, Long Meadow; page 13, Frederick
Conrod, Frederick, (March), Watkin's deeds to you; Barbara Hermantrout,
late B. Herman, administratrix of John Herman, deceased; page 14,
John Price, Staunton; page 18, William Porter, Jr.; B. L.; John Caldwell,
South River, (May), Mathews' deeds to you; page 19, Joseph Blair,
North Mountain; page 23, James Stinson, Pastures; page 32, James Anderson,
B. Land; page 33, John Sullivan, Hampshire or Dunmore; page 34,
William Kerr, Middle River; page 35, Francis Burnsides, Inf't; page 36,
John Skelton, New Providence; page 36, Tames Graham, N. S. Meeting
House; Robt. Steen, South River; Wm. Robertson, L. Glade; Thomas
Walker, North Creek; Adam Stephenson, North River; John Sterling,
Head South River; page 37, Wm. Curry, North Creek; James Buchanan,
B. Land; Alex. Montgomerie, B. Land; William Leviston, near Staunton
Robert Russell, near Staunton; John Trimble, near Staunton; Wm. Curry,
near Staunton; Moury Henry (?), near Staunton; James Steel, B. Land;
John Ritchey, M. Creek; William Dunlap, Middle River; James Kerr,
Middle River; John Ramsey. Calf Pasture; Francis Stuart, Cook's Creek;
page 38, John Huston, P. Mountain; Charles Erwin, Trimble's Branch;
John Smith, Providence; Wm. Sprowl, Providence; David Moore, B. Land;
John Ramsey, Jr., South River; Andrew Kinkead, Pastures; Andrew Taylor,
| Walker|| Thomas || ||2||486 ||William Bailey's Declaration: Age 79; enlisted in Albemarle in Capt.
Thomas Walker's Company of the Ninth Regiment of Regular Troops,
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||117|| ||Page 235.--17th August, 1769. The estate of Col. James Patton, Dr.--
To William Thompson, an executor, 1757, cash paid Col. Wm. Walker,
cash paid Col. Green, cash paid Richard Vernon, James Coyle. 1762,
February 10th, by to Banyans appraised. Cash of Doctor Walker on
account of Jacob Harmon in full of the Horseshoe bottom. Cash of John
Roerty, Andrew Haislip, Jacob Larton, Jacob Shull, James Hollis, Daniel
Brown. By cash of Thos. Henry, rent of land in Louisa; Jno. Sprout,
John and Christian Bigaman, Wm. Ledford, Jno. Ledford, Michl.
Dougherday, Hugh Mares, Wm. Lepperd and Jacob Dye. James Hutton, Jno.
Wiley for Jno. Ruckman, John Douglas for a tract of land in Louisa since
Col. Patton's death.
Page 237.--By cash from, viz (apparently in payment of piece of land
belonging to Col. Patton's estate): Robt. Armstrong, Wm. Foster. Michl.
Dougherty, Danl. Droudy, James Wiley (by James Davies), James Campbell.
Wm. Preston (in part for Dayley's and Wat. Welshe's bond whose
lands he purchased), David Robinson (part of William and James Gorrel's
debt), Wm. Ingles (on Jno. Medley's bond), Alex. Dall, John Thompson,
John Robinson, Hugh Mills, John Stephenson, Wm. Patterson, Wm. Buchanan,
Augustine Price, Jacob Shull, Philip Harless, Michl. Price, James
Kerr, Jno. Craig, Edd. Hall, James Coyle, Wm. Sawyers, James Davies
(on Wm. Hall's bond), Pat. Sharkey, James Moore, James Armstrong,
James Neeley (on Moore's bond), James Hollis, Danl. Brown, Adam Wall,
Wm. Sawyers (account of Saml. Crockett's heirs), Thos. Henry (rent of
land in Louisa), Pat McCollom, Casper Barrier, Henry Brown, John Sprout,
Michl. Finney. Wm. Ingles, Robt. Galloway, Isaac Taylor, Neil McNeil,
Wm. Carven, Wm. Ralston, Dr. Walker (for Tobias Bright), Jno. Collier,
Jno. Smiley, Jno. McClure, Wm. Fleming, David Kinkead, Wm. Graham,
James Scraggs, Jno. Armstrong (for Geo. Reed's bond), Jacob Brown, John
Draper (for land sold since death of Col. Patton). Robert Armstrong for
a tract called McCord Mill sold since Col. Patton's death.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||351||Page 2.--18th March, 1758. Thomas Walker, of Louisa County, to Alex.
Sayers, £15, 504 acres on a branch of Reed Creek where the Buffelo lick is,
part of a tract patented to Thomas, 4th July, 1752; cor. Montgomery, the
Barrens. Sent to Col. Wm. Preston, October, 1773.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||362||Page 392.--19th August, 1760. Andrew Duncan and Jane ( ) to Samuel
Lindsay, £100.10, 190 acres on Walker's Creek in Borden's 92100; cor.
Alex. Walker; James Moore's cor. Acknowledged, 19th August.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||372||Page 400.--20th August, 1760. Henry Brown and Alice to Thomas
Walker, of Louisa. Commission to Joseph Rentfro and Turner Hunt
Christian, of Bedford County, to take privy examination of Alice.
Executed, 22d September, 1760.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||376||Page 529.--14th August, 1761. Thomas Walker, of Albemarle, to James
Patton's executors, £100, releases all interest in 4500 acres on waters of New
River known by name of Birk's Garden, patented to James Patton. Teste:
Israel Christian, John Mills, John Miller.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||381||Page 183.--1st July, 1760. Jomes ( ) Birk and Lucretia, of Cumberland
County, North Carolina, to Thomas Walker, of Albemarle, £40, 100
acres on Goose Creek, William Campbell's line. Teste: Wm. Ingles,
James Bane, Jno. Hawkins. Delivered: Thomas Madison, 11th March,
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||412||Page 654.--16th May, 1764. James Bane (Bean) and Rebecca to Thomas
Walker, gent., £250, two tracts: A, 190 acres on Peters' Creek, conveyed
by James Patton, gent., to Bean, 28th November, 1751; B, 117 acres on
Goose Creek, a branch of Roanoke, part of 400 acres conveyed by James Burk to Bean, 18th May, 1753. Delivered: Col. Andrew Lewis, August,
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||430||Page 189.--2d February, 1765. James Gorrell by William Robinson, to
David Robinson. James Gorrell, of Baltimore County, Maryland, consitituted
William his attorney on 30th October, 1763. £79.10, 215 acres on
North Branch Roanoke, part of 620 acres conveyed by Patton to William
and James Gorrell, Tobias Bright's line, now in possession of Dr. Thomas
Walker, John Robinson's land. Teste. Thomas Bames.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||455-456||Page 399.--10th May, 1767. Thomas Walker, gent., of Albemarle County,
and Mildred to Andrew Lewis, £300, two tracts, A containing 190 acres on
Peters Creek, conveyed by James Patton to James Bean, 28th November,
1751, and by him to Thomas Walker, 16th May, 1764 and B lying on Goose
Creek, a branch of Roan Oke River, part of 400 acres formerly in the seisin
of James Burk and by him conveyed to James Bean, 18th May, 1758, and
by him to Thomas Walker, 16th May, 1764, 117 acres. Teste: Robert
Erwin, Henry Fry, James McCallister, John Neely, George ( ) Gibson,
Robert McClenachan, James Madison.
| Walker|| Thomas || ||3||456|| Page 403.--10th June, 1767. Same to same, £6, two tracts, A containing
200 acres conveyed by Henry Brown to Thomas Walker, 20th August,
1760, on Goose Creek; B conveyed by James Burk to Thomas Walker, 100
acres, William Campbells line.