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Anthony Bowen, Sr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Under "Anthony Brown", but with "Bowen" as an alternative surname; text uses both surnames to refer to the same person. SInce we already have an Anthony Bowen, its probably the right name. HOwever, the Anthony Bowen of this article died by 1787 (probate date) and this is well after that. So this may arefer to his son Anthony, Jr.
Donolly vs. Lockhart--O. S. 278; N. S. 98--Bill, 19th November, 1808, by Charles, James and John Lockhart of Kentucky, children and residuary legatees of Jacob Lockhart of Greenbrier, who died, testate, in fall of 1785. Andrew Donnally and George Clendennin were executors, with securities, Robert Clendennin, James Huston and Anthony Brown (Bowen). George Clendennin is dead. Robert Clendennin is also dead and his personal representative lives in Ohio. James Huston lives in Kentucky. Anthony Bowen is dead, insolvent, and has no personal representative. Bill for settlement of Jacob's estate. John and James Finney (ie) live in Kentucky, 10th August, 1807. Will of Jacob Lockhart of Greenbrier County. Wife, Mary; sons, Charles, James and John, lands in Kentucky; daughter, Agness. Dated 31st March, 1734. Recorded in Greenbrier, 23d March, 1786.