Naked Creek, Augusta, Virginia

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First Intermediate Source:Source:Chalkley's Chronicles
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Purpose

The primary purpose of this article is to identify the settlers of Naked Creek, within the watershed of the North Fork of the Shennandoah.

Location

Records

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Chalkley's Chronicles AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. VIII.; Vol 1:111 Page (389) Road petitioned for from John King's Mill, on Naked Creek , to John King's Mill, on Middle River. John King
Chalkley's Chronicles AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XI.; Vol 1:141 Page (352) John Seewright appointed surveyor of highway from Stone Meeting House to Naked Creek . Gawin Leeper, same, from Gratton's Store to Naked Creek . Felix Gilbert and Joseph Dicktom, same, vice, John Cravens.John Seawright, Gawin Leeper, Gratton, Felix Gilbert, Joseph Dicktom, John Cravens
Chalkley's Chronicles AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XXIV. Vol 1:337 Frame vs. Hannah.--David Frame, eldest son and heir of John Frame, deceased, vs. Joseph Hanna. Bill filed November, 1760. In 1748 John and Joseph bought land jointly on Naked Creek , and there was great intimacy between the families. John's wife was Margaret. The land was bought of Jennet Stark, alias McDonald.David Frame, John Fram, Joseph Hanna, margaret Frame, Jennet Stark=MacDonald,
Chalkley's Chronicles CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."; JUDGMENTS. Vol 2:29 Donaghe vs. Ailer--James Oliver, Abbeville County, South Carolina, 20th September, affirms he never made claim to the waters of Naked Creek belonging to Anthony Oaler.James Oliver, Anthony Oaler,
Chalkley's Chronicles CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."; JUDGMENTS. Vol 2:42 Donaghe vs. Honeyman--Writ of right. Fifty acres, part of 1505 acres, Thos. Connally's line, widow Blair's corner, Wm. Blair's corner, Jno. King's line, Seawright's line, Gratton's corner. Patent by Jefferson to Hugh Donaho, 10th April, 1781; 268 acres by survey, dated 1st March, 1781, on south side Rankin's land on Naked Creek .

Patent by Robert Brooke, 4th April, 1795, to Hugh Donahoe, 54 acres by survey 6th January, 1794, on Naked Creek , joining the Rankin heirs. Ditto, 28th April, 1796, to ditto; 90 acres by survey, dated 5th April, 1781, in Rockingham on North River, Shenando. Ditto by James Wood, 14th September, 1797, to ditto, 1505 acres on Naked Creek , including a tract of 230 acres of a patent to John Sea-right, 26th April, 1742, and also patent to James Leeper, 12th July, 1746, and became vested in said Donahoe; also 231 acres granted to said Donahoe, 14th July, 1769, and 97 acres part of a tract of 116 acres patented to Hugh, 1st August, 1772; also 650 acres first granted to Hugh by inclusive patent, 10th November, 1779, the remaining 297 acres being surplus land. Ditto by Jefferson, 10th November, 1779, to Hugh, 1227 acres on Naked Creek , including, first, 230 acres formerly granted to Jno. Seawright, 1742; second, 230 acres formerly granted to James Leeper, 1746.

Thomas Connally, WIlliam Blair, JOhn King, Seawright, Robert Brooke, Hugh DOnahoe, Gratton, Jefferson, Rankin, James Wood, JOhn Seawright, James Leeper,
Chalkley's Chronicles CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."; JUDGMENTS. Vol 2:63 William Anderson vs. William Young--O. S. 17; N. S. 6--Answer filed 29th November, 1802, Augusta. William Young (stated in answer) is near one hundred years old. John Blair deposes, 7th July, 1804, in Staunton, that about 50 years ago. when a certain James Blair was building a cabin at or near the main spring of Naked Creek on the disputed land, deponent's grandfather, James Scott, came there and asked if Blair was building on his own ground, as his grandfather had a location adjoining. JOhn Blair, James Blair, James Scott, William Young


Chalkley's Chronicles CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."; JUDGMENTS. Vol 2:164 Snyder vs. Munger--O. S. 206; N. S. 73--Rockingham. Deed dated 1794, by Henry and David Munger, sons to William Munger, deceased, to Casper Snider, 220 acres on Naked Creek , patented to William in 1771. Deed dated 19th October, 1802, by Henry and David Monger, Wm. Monger, Leonard Scratch and Mary his wife, Martin Thophill (Hophill?) Myres and Eve, his wife, surviving heirs of Wm. Munger, late of New Virginia, to Gasper Snider, 220 acres above. Acknowledged in Wayne County, Territory northwest of Ohio River. Recorded in Rockingham, September, 1804. Henry and David Munger, sons to William Munger, deceased, to Casper Snider, Leonard Scratch and Mary his wife, Martin Thophill (Hophill?) Myres and Eve, his wife


Chalkley's Chronicles CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."; JUDGMENTS. Vol 2:233 Deeds and Maraha (Moerehan) vs. Snider's heirs--O. S. 315; N. S. 112--Bill, 21st June, 1813, by John Marsha and Philip Deeds. They bought land in Rockingham from Casper Snyder on Naked Creek , 200 acres in 1795. Casper is dead without making deed and leaving sons, John, Henry, Jacob, David, daughters, viz: Eve, married to Lawrence Hooran (?); Susanna, married to George Hammer; Catherine, married ---- Cramer; Mary, married to Jacob Shaver; Margaret, married ---- Robertson. Amended bill by John Marsha (?) and Elizabeth, his wife, late Deeds; John, George, Valentine Deeds, children and heirs of Philip Deeds. William Monger, the original patentee (patent, 1771), gave Casper title bond for the land. William Monger died, intestate, leaving sons, John, Henry, David, William; daughters, Mary, married to Leonard Scratch; Eve, married to Martin Theophilus Myers. John Monger, Sr., is dead, intestate, leaving children, viz: Martin, Henry, John, now dead; Susannah, married to Michael Dick; Mary, married to Harmon Aughe (Ohe); Margaret, married to John Peterfish; John Long and Barbara Long now carried to Abraham Louderback, but formerly wife of David Dopplemire, which John and Barbara are children and heirs of Mathias Long, and wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Monger, Sr., and the children of John Monger, Jr., now deceased, to whom Michael Dick is guardian. In 1802 David, William (Jr.) Monger, Leonard Scratch and Mary, Martin Myer and Eve were living in Detroit. Deed, ----, 1794, by Henry and David Monger, sons of Wm. Monger, deceased, both of Rockingham, to Casper Snyder, 220 acres on Naked Creek in Rockingham, granted to William, 3d August, 1771, and by him conveyed to Henry and David by will. Recorded in Rockingham, April, 1794. Deed, ---- ----, by Henry, David, William Monger, Leonard Scratch and Mary, his wife; Martin Theophilus Myres and wife Eve, surviving heirs of William Monger, late of New Virginia, deceased, to Gasper Snyder, the above 220 acres. Acknowledged, 1802, in Wayne County Territory, northwest of the Ohio. Recorded in Rockingham, September, 1804.Barbara Long=2 Abraham Louderback, 1David Dopplemire,

Casper Snyder Catherine Snyder= ---- Cramer; David Monger, David Snyder, Eve Monger, =Martin Theophilus Myers. Eve Snyder=Lawrence Hooran (?); Gasper Snyder Henry Snyder, Jacob Snyder, John Deeds, George Deeds, John Long John Marsha (?) =Elizabeth John Monger, John Monger, Jr., John Monger, Sr., John Snyder, Margaret Monger=John Peterfish; Margaret Snyder= ---- Robertson. Martin Monger, Mary Monger=Harmon Aughe (Ohe); Mary Monger=Leonard Scratch; Mary Snyder,=Jacob Shaver; Mathias Long=Elizabeth Monger, Michael Dick Philip Deeds Susanna Snyder=George Hammer; Susannah Monger=Michael Dick; Valentine Deeds William (Jr.) Monger, William Monger

Chalkley's Chronicles MARRIAGE LICENSES, MARRIAGE BONDS, AND MARRIAGES. 1800-1801. Vol 2:343 1800--September 30, John Reed and Andrew Young, surety. John Reed and Lydia Young, daughter of Robert Young, deceased. "I, Andrew Young, of Augusta County, on Naked Creek , swear that my sister, Lydia Young, is of age." John Reed, Andrew Young, Lydia Young, Robert Young
Chalkley's Chronicles LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA RECORDS.; LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA COUNTY. Vol 2:377 1748-49, March 10th--William Curry, 200, near John Young, Thos. Waterson, Naked Creek (c. g. e. p.). John YOung, THomas Waterson, William Curry
Chalkley's Chronicles LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA RECORDS.; LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA COUNTY. Vol 2:380 1750, September 3d--Francis Kirkly, 400, on Naked Creek , above Offal's survey; 400 on the east fork of the Creek at the mountain; 400 on Middle Fork; 400 on head of said creek near Fairfax line; 400 on West Branch of Naked Creek ; 400 on East Branch of Dry Run; 400 on West Branch of Dry Run; 400 on East Branch of Hawksbill, joining Martin's land; 29th December, 1765, money for rights tendered by the surveyor on behalf of Kirkly. Thomas Keneley, vid. Thos. Turk. Francis Kirkly (owned multiple properties in Old Augusta. May not have lived on Naked Creek.)
Chalkley's Chronicles LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA RECORDS.; LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA COUNTY. Vol 2:381 1746, November 14th--Wm. Offal, 400 acres near John Rodgers, on Crooked Run, South River; 400 acres near Chas. Crosson's, on Naked Creek ; 400 acres on Naked Creek ; 400 acres, Fairfax line, Timber Ridge and Holdman's Creek. WIlliam Offal, (owned multiple properties in Old Augusta. May not have lived on Naked Creek.)
Chalkley's Chronicles LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA RECORDS.; LAND ENTRY BOOK NO. 1, AUGUSTA COUNTY. Vol 2:382 1750, April 2d--John Patterson, 50, with one right, joining his own land on Naked Creek . John Patterson
Chalkley's Chronicles FEE BOOKS OF AUGUSTA COURT.; ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS. Vol 2:400 1759--Page 1, John King, Naked Creek ; page 5, Barbara Wingard, Peaked Mountain; page 9, John Stuart, pedler, "3 Threads Surety"; page 10, Samuel Wilson, sadler; page 11, John Henderson, son of William; page 11, James Henderson, son of William; page 18, John Graham, hoper; page 20, William Edmondson, mason; page 26, John Givens, Merchant; page 32, John Davis, Borden's Land; page 33, Thomas Parson, Hampshire; page 35, James Young, son of John; page 36, Robert Young, son of John; William McMullen, near Waterson's; page 46, John Ramsey, South River; page 47, James Stevenson, pedler; page 47, Capt. John Ramsey; page 49, Cate Miller, Shenando, your husband, Henry Miller's, estate; page 51, Margaret Clark, your husband, Robert Clark's estate; page 52, Agnes Patton, Recording Snodgrass Inventory; page 60, William Givens, pedler; page 64, Wm. Long, Staunton; page 65, Wm. Armstrong, son of Thomas; page 70, John Davis, pedler; page 71, John Stevenson, Peaked Mountain; page 73, John Scot, Peaked Mountain.


Chalkley's Chronicles FEE BOOKS OF AUGUSTA COURT.; ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS. Vol 2:401 1764-- John King, Naked Creek ;
Chalkley's Chronicles FEE BOOKS OF AUGUSTA COURT.; ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS. Vol 2:408 1774.... James Patterson, Naked Creek'; ....John King, Naked Creek
Chalkley's Chronicles WILL BOOK NO. VIII. Vol 3:199 Page 25.--1st March, 1788. Richard Rankin's will--To sons, Isaac, Joseph, and George Rankin, home plantation, 1,300 acres adjoining John Gratton, John Oliver, William Blair, plantation where Hugh Donaghe now lives, commonly called the Widdow Watsai's place, on mouth of Naked Creek ; to 4 sons, Richard, Isaac, Joseph, and George; to younger sons, Samuel and Armstrong, infants; to 2 sons, John and James Rankin, already provided for; to 2 daughters, Rachel Gilston and Mary Johnston, already provided for. Executors, sons Richard and Isaac. Teste: William Richardson, Isaac Waugh. Proved, December Court, 1792, by William Richardson. Waugh is dead. Richard Rankin refuses to execute. Isaac qualifies.
Chalkley's Chronicles WILL BOOK No. X. Vol 3:227 Page 418.--18th November, 1804. James Young's will--To son, William, land on Naked Creek ; to son, James; to son, Robert; son, James; son, Thomas; daughter, Peggy; to daughter, Margaret; daughter, Jean Allison; daughter, Elenbeth Garvin; daughter, Mary Brown; daughter, Agnes Graham; son, Andrew; to grandson, John, son to son Robert. Executors, Robert and Thomas. Teste: Wm. Young, James Allison, John Dickey. Proved, 24th December, 1804. Thomas Young qualifies. [p.227]
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 1. Vol 3:256 Page 135.--18th June, 1746. Samuel Wilkins to Robert McKay et als., £126.8.11; 1,264 acres in Orange County on west side Blue Ridge on Naked Creek where the Irish path crosses, part of 7,009 acres patented to McKay et als., 26th March, 1739, and by them sold to Samuel Wilkins by deeds, 29th June, 1744. Witnesses, James Porteus and John Hawkins Acknowledged by Samuel Wilkins, 20th June, 1746, and Sarah, his wife, relinquished dower.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 1. Vol 3:256 Page 139.--18th June, 1746. Robert McKay et als. to Samuel Wilkins, £126.8.11; 1,264 acres on Naked Creek ; conveys D. B. 1, p. 135. Acknowledged.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 1. Vol 3:259 Page 217.--8th January, 1746. Thomas Gillespy to James Bell and John Rutledge, £100; 400 acres on Long Glade, a draft of North River of Janendo; head of a draft of Naked Creek . Witnesses, Robert McClenachan. James Irwin, Thomas Rutlidge. Proved by all witnesses, 21st May, 1747.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 1. Vol 3:261 Page 308.--4th August, 1747. Adam Caruth to John King, £7.10.0 current money Virginia; 8 acres, 3 R., on a branch of Naked Creek ; corner to John Seawright's land. Teste: John Anderson, John Seawright, John Stevenson. Proved by all, 19th August, 1747.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 2. Vol 3:273 Page 189.--Hugh Campbell to John Young. Naked Creek , part of 400 acres patented to Hugh, 25th September, 1746. Teste: John Francis, Alexander Blair, Wm. Preston, Esther, wife of Hugh. [p.273]
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 2. Vol 3:274 Page 262.--22d August, 1749. John Hopes (Hays?) (Hope?) of Frederick, and Mary to Patrick Quin. On Naked Creek . Corner Jost Hite, Robert McKay, William Duff, Robert Green's line. 200 acres, patented to said John Hopes, 12th January, 1746. Teste: David Logan, John Homes.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 2. Vol 3:275 Page 298.--18th August, 1749. James Wood, above, to James Trotter On Naked Creek , 268 acres. Michael Dickey's line. Patented to James, 12th January, 1746. Teste: William Burk.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 3. Vol 3:294 Page 243.--11th April, 1751. Hugh Campbell, yeoman, to William Alexander, farmer, 400 acres, on Naked Creek ; corner Michael Dickey, Esther, wife of Hugh. Teste: Wm. Brown, Michael Dickey, John Hear (Ker?), John Alexander.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 3. Vol 3:295 Page 315.--27th May, 1751. John Fowler and Margaret, to John Hope, on Naked Creek , Hite's, etc., line. Teste: Joseph Bryan, James Bell.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 6. Vol 3:321 Page 55.--2d February, 1754. Same to Michael Kinder, 200 acres on Tom's Creek as above. Cor. John Adams, white oak in the Naked Land; cor. Jacob Lingell.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 6. Vol 3:328 Page 383.--22d August, 1754. Francis Kirkley (mark R and P) to Henry Null, £55, 345 acres by patent, dated 6th December, 1753, on Naked Creek ; corner Charles Crossen. Delivered to N. Null, 10th September, 1755.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 6. Vol 3:332 Page 512.--19th March. 1755. James Trotter and Mary to Hugh Campbell, £50, 268 acres on Naked Creek ; Michael Dickey's line; conveyed to Trotter by James Wood, 18th August, 1749.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 7. Vol 3:327 Page 160.--20th August, 1755. Thomas Watterson and Mary (her mark), to Saml. Black, £25, 200 acres, part of two joining surveys, viz., 1st, 185 acres granted to Thos. by patent, 12th January, 1746; 2d, another survey, etc., on Naked Creek ; James McConnell's line. Teste: John Henderson and Jno. Anderson.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 7. Vol 3:338 Page 195.--23d September. 1755. John Hopes and Mary ( ), of Frederick County, to Ann and Richard Vare, £45, 200 acres on Naked Creek patented to John Fowler and conveyed by Fowler to Hopes 27th May, 1751. Hite's, &c., line. Teste: Charles Lewis, Jno. Archer, Robert Reed, Jno. Craven. Delivered: Jno. Davis, January, 1761.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 7. Vol 3:342 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.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 7. Vol 3:348 Page 465.--17th August, 1757. Hugh Campbell and Esther ( ) to Jno. Hair, Sr., £10, 160 acres on Fowler's Branch of North River Shanando, between Naked Creek and North River, patented 16th August, 1757. Teste: Andrew Alexander, Michael Dickey, James Allen. Delivered: Jno. Hare, Jenuary. 1763.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 8. Vol 3:351 Page 12.--17th May, 1758. Joseph Hanna and Ann to Rob McCutchon £67, 273 acres on a Sinking Branch of the south side Naked Creek .
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 8. Vol 3:355 Page 115.--16th May, 1759. James Leeper to his son, James Leeper, £5, on Naked Creek of North River patented to James, Sr., one patent 12th July, 1746, part of patent 26th April. 1746, containing 230 acres. Teste: Michael Dickey. Delivered Wm. McMullin, July, 1761.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 8. Vol 3:355 Page 118.--16th May, 1759. Same to son, Gawen Leeper, £5, on Naked Creek , part of two patents dated June 5, 1747, and April 26, 1742, 352 acres. Delivered: D. Laird by your order, July, 1763.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 8. Vol 3:355 Page 122.--16th May, 1759. John Young and Elizabeth ( ) to James Young, £30, 2 tracts containing 335 acres on a branch of Naked Creek , 200 acres conveyed to John by Hugh Campbell, 18th May, 1749, and 135 acres patented to John, 12th July, 1750, near corner of James Bell and John Rutledge. Erwin's land. Teste: James Gambel.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 9. Vol 3:373 Page 455.--18th August, 1761. Joseph Harman and Anna ( ) to Robert McCutheon, 68 acres on a branch of Naked Creek , half of 136 acres below said Robert's line, patented to Joseph, 12th May, 1759. Delivered: Benj. Estill, November Court, 1762.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 10. Vol 3:382 Page 215.--12th May, 1762. Charles Crosson and Christina (signed Corous, Croson) to Jacob Mayer, £70, 380 acres on east side of Shanadore on Naked Creek . Teste: Augustin ( ) Price, Henery ( ) Price, Thomas Burk. Delivered: Jacob Mayer, March, 1770.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 10. Vol 3:387 Page 436.--17th August, 1762. James Leeper, Jr., to his father, James Leeper, Cr., £100, on Naked Creek of North River Shanandore, patented to James Leeper, Sr., 12th July, 1746, part of a patent, 26th April, 1742, 230 acres. Teste: Hugh Ross, Isaiah Curry, John Hind. Delivered: John Henderson, September, 1765. [p.387]
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 11. Vol 3:391 Page 50.--22d July, 1762. Joseph Hanna and Anna ( ) to David Frame, £10, 68 acres, part of a moiety of 136 acres patented, 12th May, 1759, on a draft of Naked Creek , east side the Pennsylvania Road. Teste: Samuel Henderson, William Lamme, James Frame. Delivered: Hugh Donaho, 29th September, 1767. [p.391]
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 11. Vol 3:395 Page 164.--15th February, 1763. David Frame to Margaret Frame, £5, 150 acres on south branch of Naked Creek . Teste: James and William Frame and John Botkin. Delivered: Margaret Frame, 28th October, 1768.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 11. Vol 3:397 Page 229.--22d June, 1763. Ann Vare ( ) to Richard Shankling, £45, 200 acres on Naked Creek , patented to John Fowler and conveyed by John to John Hope, and by John Hope to Ann and Richard Vare, and by said Ann Vare, 22d June, 1763.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 11. Vol 3:406 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.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 12. Vol 3:430 Page 193.--22d August, 1765. Nicholas Leeper, of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, to John Leeper, of Augusta, £20, 200 acres on Naked Creek whereon James Leeper, deecased, formerly lived. Delivered: John Leeper, June, 1777.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 12. Vol 3:438 Page 445.--20th May, 1766. William Watterson to John King, £17, 200 acers on southeast side Naked Creek , beginning John King's land above a mill pond. Teste: Wm. Frame, James Gambell, Samuel McCutchan. Delivered: John King, 22d May, 1769.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 13. Vol 3:447 Page 129.--30th October, 1766. John ( ) Wilkins. of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, to Alexander Herron. £80, 400 acres on Naked Creek . part of 1264 acres patented to McCoy, Hite & Co., and by them conveyed to Samuel Wilkins, deceased, father to said John, Daniel Harrison's line. Teste: John Poage, Hugh Johnston, Mathew McCullagh, Agness Poage. Delivered: Alex. Herron, June, 1767.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 13. Vol 3:451 Page 235.--18th March, 1767. David Frame to John Bodkin, £15, 66 acres joining Robert McCutchin's land, on Naked Creek . Mortgage.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 14. Vol 3:463 Page 135.--12th March, 1768. David Frame and Mary to Hugh Donaho, 5 shillings, 68 acres a moiety of 136 acres patented 12th May, 1759, on a draft of Naked Creek , east side of the Pennsylvania road. Teste: Edward Womer, Thomas Smith, Joseph Dickenson, Samuel Cowdan. Delivered: Hugh Donaho, December, 1771.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 14. Vol 3:468 Page 351.--18th May, 1768. Michael Dickey and Mary to James Dickey, his son, £40, 160 acres, part of two tracts surveyed for Michael, one containing 350 acres, the other 170 acres on head branches of Naked Creek . Delivered: James Dickey, June, 1771.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 15. Vol 3:482 Page 333.--21st March, 1769. John Alexander to his brother James Alexander, £20, 35 acres, part of 400 acres patented to William Alexander, deceased, on head branches of Naked Creek . Teste: William, Mathew and John Thomson. Delivered to Mr. Alexander, 18th May, 1786.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 15. Vol 3:484 Page 368.--14th November, 1768. John Seawright and Sarah to Hugh Campbell, Jr., £15, 126 acres on North Branch of Naked Creek , part of 188 acres.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 16. Vol 3:494 Page 164.--22d November, 1769. Samuel Black and Rebecca ( ) to James Young, of Sissel County, Maryland, £90, 200 acres on a branch of Naked Creek conveyed to Samuel by Thomas Watterson, James McConnal's land.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. XVII. Vol 3:505 Page 45.--20th November, 1770. John Searight (Sewright) to James Seawright, his son, 5 shillings, 294 acres on Naked Creek , part of 400 acres. Delivered: James Leeper. March. 1773.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. XVII. Vol 3:505 Page 49.--20th November, 1770. John Leeper to John Seawright, 40 shillings. 43 acres on Naked Creek , part of 400 acres patented to Joseph Stover, 1st December, 1740. part of tract on which Seawright now lives; corner John Seawright. Delivered: Jno. Seawright, March, 1773.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 19. Vol 3:530 Page 231.--18th May, 1773. James Patterson to Joseph Patterson, his son, part of 344 acres inclusive survey to James on head of Naked Creek . Delivered: Joseph Patterson, 9th September, 1793.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 21. Vol 3:548 Page 432.--18th March, 1777. Samuel Lisk to John Grattan, on Naked Creek , patented to Samuel 16th March, 1771.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 24. Vol 3:572 Page 433.--18th January, 1785. John Oliver and Sarah ( ) to James Oliver, his son, tract on Naked Creek where said Oliver now lives.
Chalkley's Chronicles DEED BOOK NO. 25. Vol 3:579 Page 403.--4th January, 1787. George Lemon to Paul Kook, 85 acres patented to said George, 4th November, 1785, on Naked Creek .
Chalkley's Chronicles CIRCUIT COURT DEEDS. DEED BOOK NO. 1. Vol 3:596 Page 288.--5th September, 1799. Wm. Chambers et als., to Hugh Donaghe, 50 acres on Naked Creek devised to Elizabeth Blair by her brother, John Blair, by will 15th April, 1788. Elizabeth has married Joseph Byers and he gave deed of trust to grantors here.
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