Person:Apfel Wall (1)

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Apfel 'Appleona' Wall
b.est. 1720-1730 Germany
 
m. abt. 1710/12
  1. Conrad Wallabt 1713 - 1793
  2. Adam Wallabt 1717 - 1763
  3. Apfel 'Appleona' Wallest 1720-1730 -
  4. Abigail Wallabt 1723 - bef 1787
  5. John Wall, Sr.abt 1725 - bef 1761
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Name Apfel 'Appleona' Wall
Gender Female
Birth? est. 1720-1730 Germany

Apfel 'Appelonia' Wall was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia Changed her name to ABIGAL and married John Hill . ABIGAiL and APPLE ARE THE SAME WOMAN, Will of Abigal Hill written March 20, 1787, probated April 3, 1787, Don't confuse her with Abigail Wall daugther of Conrad and Katy Herman Harman Wall who married Christopher Millirons Abigal Wall mentioned in the record of Christopher Milirons and Abigal Wall Name: Christopher Milirons Spouse's Name: Abigal Wall Event Date: 11 Apr 1785 Event Place: Botetourt, Virginia Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00010-9 , System Origin: Virginia-EASy , GS Film number: 30734 , Reference ID: pg 504

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Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940

"Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRDC-WY3 : accessed 11 January 2015), Christopher Milirons and Abigal Wall, 11 Apr 1785; citing Botetourt, Virginia, reference pg 504; FHL microfilm 30,734.

John Hanson II, by Raymond Hanson, Publication 5889 Hyland Court Dr. Bloomington, MN 55437, 1989


married John Hill in 1765 (late in life) in Augusta Co. Virginia. Mary Kegley tells about Adam's will and his sister apfel Appel (Abigail) who was married to John Hill at time. Abigail Hill wrote her will on 20 March 1787; it was probated on 3 April 1787 (recorded in the Deed Book A pg 415 in Montgomery Co). She left £30 to her brother Conrad and a colt to each of Conrad's three sons, John, Adam & Conrad Wall. All her 'close' (clothes) were to go to Conrad's daughter Sally. She left one cow to James Salles (Sallust) and a colt to Adam, son of John Wall "whom I stood godmother for". All her land was left to Adam Wall the eldest son of her brother John Wall snr. Adam Wall (her nephew) was executor, with sureties given by John Preston. Appraisal was recorded on 17 May 1787 by John & William Godby; Jacob Shell and John Wall. (Kegley 176, 120, 277-278). Appel had two nephews called Adam Wall; one the son of her brother Conrad born about 1775; the other the son of her brother John, born not later than 1745, and at the time of the appraisal, an officer in the militia.


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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 345.--23d November, 1703 (s/b 1763). Adam Wall's will--To sister, Apell (Apol ?), Wall, 1/2 of his estate which is 150 acres on New River, her part joining on Strupel's Creek; to brother's son, John Wall; to eldest brother's son, Andrew Wall; to Jacob Nomel (?); to sister, Apell Wall, £20 in Adam Harman, Sr.'s hands, and also what is due from Wm. Ingles for beef. Teste: James Calloway, Thos. Ingles, Ezel Morris. Proved, 19th June, 1764, by James Calloway. Apple Wall qualifies administratrix, with Pat. McCollom, Andrew Evans. (Apple's mark ).
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 19, 1764. - (496) Will of Adam Wall proved by one witness (James Calloway) and to lie for further proof. No exr. being named, Apple Wall qualified administrator.
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 19, 1764. - (496) Will of Adam Wall proved by one witness (James Calloway) and to lie for further proof. No exr. being named, Apple Wall qualified administrator.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY, 1767 (B). - Hill vs. McCormack.--Sir: Please to pay Appleona Wall three pounds ten shillings when my pay comes to your hand, and oblige, your humble servant. (Signed) Daniel (?) McCormick.- To Capt. David Robinson. August 11, 1764.
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    Early Adventures on the Western Waters , Vol 1, p. 120 by Mary B. Kegley & F. B. Kegley p.88