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Title: Source:Chalkley, 1912a Volume 1. Augusta county Court Order Books and Judgements
pagePersonDateExtract
Agnes 313March 1756Turk vs Walker Thomas Turk and Margaret his wife vs Moses Walker and Agnes his wife
Alex 21
Alex 47
Alex 54
Alex 12415 Oct 1765Alexander and John Walker and 359 acres added to tithables
Alex 136
Alex 145March 16 1768 Alexander Walker's mark recorded also John Walker's
Alex 148
Alex 1iii
Alex 184
Alex 194
Alex 24017 May 1785Alexander Reid appointed guardian of John Walker orphan of Alexr Walker 24 Hugh Donaho is appointed guardian of Barbara Walker orphan daughter of Alexander Walker
Alex 273
Alex 440-44117531753 1754 Pt 1 To the Worshipful Court of Augusta now sitting We the inhabitants of this County have long felt the smart of the great indulgence the ordinary keepers of this County have met with in allowing them to sell such large quantities of rum and wine at an extravagant rate by which our money is drained out of the County for which we have no return but a fresh supply to pick our pockets. We your petitioners humbly pray your worship to put a stop to the said liquors which would encourage us to pursue our laborious designs which is to raise sufficient quantities of grain which would sufficiently supply us with liquors and the money circulate in this County to the advantage of us the same We hope that your worships will discover to us that you have a real regard for the good of the County and lay us under an obligation to pray for your prosperity Robert Stevenson James Hamilton Alexander Walker James Robertson James Stevenson John Christian Alexander Blair Thomas Shiels Robert Christian Thomas Stewart Jame Allen Joseph Hanna Francis Beaty Mathew Lyle Archibald Reah John Walker Samuel Downey Daniel McAnair McEvear Robert Spears Syers Daniel Danison Robert Moffet Alexander Henderson Andrew Hamilton John Finley Thomas Beard Archibald Armstrong William Mac kan James Campbell John Vance John Archer James Reburn Alexander Gibson William Lewis George Scott Joseph Bell James Coyl William Logen Samuel McCune John Caruth Patrick Hays Robert Sayers Andrew McCombe James Montgomery James Scott George Crawford John Allen Edward Spear James Brown John King John Anderson William Logan Patrick Campbell Jacob Lockhart Sam Wallace James Knox John Carlile Charles Campbell Mathew Harper John Jackson James Miller John Hutcheson William Palmer Samuel Love James Miller John Henderson Zachariah Bell Belche Andrew Ewin John Thompson Loftus Pullin James Gay Alexander Craig Thomas Teat William Wallace John Wilson Alexander Ritchey James McGee John Thompson Samuel Calhoon John Trimble Alexander Thompson William Snodon Newman McGonigle John Trimble Archibald Allison John Brown William Thomson
Alex 525
Barbara 24017 May 1785Alexander Reid appointed guardian of John Walker orphan of Alexr Walker 24 Hugh Donaho is appointed guardian of Barbara Walker orphan daughter of Alexander Walker
Barbara 412
Elizabeth 184
Elizabeth 194
Elizabeth 412
Isabella 273
Isabella 412
James 15
James 43
James 95
James 129
James 136
James 320
James 338
James 634
James 452
James 453
James 525
James 537
Jane 104

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John 15
John 4128 Aug 1750Benj Skoot John Knowles Joel Hornback John West Crawford George Baffenbarger John Christian Carlock David Craig Walker Jr George Say George Say Jr Simon Say John Wm Cunningham Henry Landcisco John Colley Burket Reager Carr Daniel Richardson Nathaniel Clearey added to list of tithables
John 5217 June 1752John Walker arrested on suspicion of assisting Thomas Davis a horse thief who had lately committed some robberies of that kind confessed that he was forced into Davis's service in Prince William County who brought him into these parts and with whom he continued about 2 weeks During that time Davis told him he had stole from the Commissioners now gone out on a treaty with the Indians a horse mare and six blankets all of which he now has and received from the said Davis Davis promised him the mare stolen but left him and he was taken up Bailed and the Attorney ordered to prosecute him for receiving stolen goods
John 55NOVEMBER 16 1752 John Walker on So Branch of Potomack is exempted from levy on acct of great age infirmity and poverty
John 58MARCH 23 1753 John Walker qualified Capn of Co of Foot
John 77AUGUST 19 1757 John Walker removed out of the Colony
John 12415 Oct 1765Alexander and John Walker and 359 acres added to tithables
John 144June 20 1752Hemp certificates John Gilmer John Walker Peter Wallace David McGee John McClung Andrew Larney
John 145March 16 1768 Alexander Walker's mark recorded also John Walker's
John 24017 May 1785Alexander Reid appointed guardian of John Walker orphan of Alexr Walker 24 Hugh Donaho is appointed guardian of Barbara Walker orphan daughter of Alexander Walker
John 300Feb 1749Andrew Campbell vs John Walker Being four of same name I knew not which to execute process on Robert Breckinridge
John 304Nov 1750Andrew Campbell vs John Walker Debt Writ dated 6th March 1749 On judgment obtained in Frederick County in 1743 on a note dated 1738
John 304AUGUST 1750 Walter Denning vs John Walker Sr Debt Writ 26th August 1749 Defendant lives at South Branch
John 433
John 436Feb 20 1750Letter to vestry February 20 that David Evans is so leasey that he will not work and provide for his family for they are almost starved with cold and hunger and they have no other example but cursing swearing lying and the like bad vice We think it our duty to acquaint you of this condition Mathew Patton John Smith William Stevenson Alexander Crockett Samuel Patton John Walker
John 440-44117531753 1754 Pt 1 To the Worshipful Court of Augusta now sitting We the inhabitants of this County have long felt the smart of the great indulgence the ordinary keepers of this County have met with in allowing them to sell such large quantities of rum and wine at an extravagant rate by which our money is drained out of the County for which we have no return but a fresh supply to pick our pockets. We your petitioners humbly pray your worship to put a stop to the said liquors which would encourage us to pursue our laborious designs which is to raise sufficient quantities of grain which would sufficiently supply us with liquors and the money circulate in this County to the advantage of us the same We hope that your worships will discover to us that you have a real regard for the good of the County and lay us under an obligation to pray for your prosperity Robert Stevenson James Hamilton Alexander Walker James Robertson James Stevenson John Christian Alexander Blair Thomas Shiels Robert Christian Thomas Stewart Jame Allen Joseph Hanna Francis Beaty Mathew Lyle Archibald Reah John Walker Samuel Downey Daniel McAnair McEvear Robert Spears Syers Daniel Danison Robert Moffet Alexander Henderson Andrew Hamilton John Finley Thomas Beard Archibald Armstrong William Mac kan James Campbell John Vance John Archer James Reburn Alexander Gibson William Lewis George Scott Joseph Bell James Coyl William Logen Samuel McCune John Caruth Patrick Hays Robert Sayers Andrew McCombe James Montgomery James Scott George Crawford John Allen Edward Spear James Brown John King John Anderson William Logan Patrick Campbell Jacob Lockhart Sam Wallace James Knox John Carlile Charles Campbell Mathew Harper John Jackson James Miller John Hutcheson William Palmer Samuel Love James Miller John Henderson Zachariah Bell Belche Andrew Ewin John Thompson Loftus Pullin James Gay Alexander Craig Thomas Teat William Wallace John Wilson Alexander Ritchey James McGee John Thompson Samuel Calhoon John Trimble Alexander Thompson William Snodon Newman McGonigle John Trimble Archibald Allison John Brown William Thomson
John 491OCTOBER 1765 John Hopes Hapes vs Daniel Harrison Chancery Spa issued September 1763 Bill states that orator was some years ago employed as Deputy Sheriff under Robert McClenachan and continued so for two years Thomas Harrison Daniel Harrison and John Cravens were his securities As the end of orator's term drew near he became fearful that he would be behind in his accounts and withdrew himself to Carolina leaving his Sheriff's books and effects for the satisfaction of his bondsmen His effects were immediately attached by Daniel Harrison who was appointed Deputy Sheriff in orator's place After some time orator returned to Virginia and sold a tract of land for 47 which he paid to his securities expecting to have an account rendered to him by defendant but orator waited a long time for an accounting and then applied for one but has never gotten one yet Prayer for accounting Daniel Harrison's answer states that Claims that orator is still in his debt Account follows Downes's fees William Carrel David Johnson James Scott John Dunbar William Longin Mathy Thomas John Griffeth John Megil Adam Bracen Righ's book boock Alen Sculps Alen Jackson John Bumgardner's book Jonathan Duglis Aorgin Jones John Crage Thos Dwode Ben Inman Gouge John Harrison Henry Netherentine Samuel Lonard Renell Macdannel Jeremiah Orsburn Jr Samuel Pattron James Rutledge Samuel Samples Edward Shankling Hugh Duglis Wm Ewing David Crage John Griffeth James Gray Reuben Harrison Samuel Henderson Francis MacBred Richard Marling John Phillips John Pattron Valentine Seveor Mathew Ship John Walker Thomas Holing Mung Price Hugn Camel John Davis Jacob Glashe John Holmes Joell Hornback Thomas Loin Lain Peter Mate John Orsburn Josiah Parrent Edward Rutledge James Scot Mathous Sulcer Richard Tictum
John 52515th April 17 13 Received land from Benjamin Borden
John 530 first day of September 1747Augusta County to wit On the oath of Robert Renoxe it appears to me that Mathew Young did beat and abuse Michael Bready with the butt end of his musket to that degree that his life is in danger which appears to me in view as also the opinion of Dr Flood who is ordered to attend him I therefore in his Majesty's name command you to apprehend and inclose the said Mathew Young in close prison until it appears that the said Bready is in a way of recovery and that he the said Young be discharged by due course of law You are likewise to apprehend and inclose one John Walker who appears to vindicate the above Young in his desired murder &c Given under my hand and seal this first day of September 1747
Joseph 298
Joseph 434
Joseph 439
Josh 33
Martha 161
Martha 194
Mary 328
Mary 336
Mildred 136
Moses 313March 1756Turk vs Walker Thomas Turk and Margaret his wife vs Moses Walker and Agnes his wife
Philip 37
Robert 193
Robert 412
Samuel 61Nov 23 1753 John Mathews to be overseer of road from North Fork of James River near John Mathew's to Renix's Road with these workers Henry Brown John Smiley James Trimble John Berriford James Edmondson Wm Edmondson Michael Finney Wm Holdman Stephen Arnold Hugh Means John Harger Wm Scot Edward Bishop Alexr McCorkall Pat McCorkall Henry Fuller Joseph Pain Edwd Baley James Baley John Peter Salling Jas Simpson James Wolson Alexr Beggs John Mathews Joshua Mathews John Maxwell Jas Frazier John Hutcheson Senr John Hutcheson Jr George Salling Richd Beton Wm Boil John Sprowl John Smith Saml McClure John Smiley John McCuley Richd Mathews Sampson Mathews Daniel Sancion Saml Paxton Wm Paxton John Oles ton Samuel Oleston Saml Walker
Samuel 14921 May 1768Constable William Hall vice Samuel Walker
Samuel 43419th May 1750 inquisition 19th May 1750 at the house of James Greenlee on James River before John Mathews on body of Edward Hogan late of this County Found that he was drowned accidental by the oversetting of a cannow as he was crossing over James River near the house of James Greenlee on 13th May 1750 James Mountgomery Michael Dougherty John Hitching John Ramsey Josiah F Hendon John Vance John Poage Samuel Walker Joseph Walker John Mathews Jr Joshua Mathews Mathew Vance
Thomas 57
Thomas 87
Thomas 90
Thomas 92
Thomas 136
Thomas 339
Thomas 470
Thomas 471
Thomas 472
Thomas 517
Wm 206
Wm 328
Wm 336
Wm 339
Wm 364



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