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Arthur Kennedy
b.Bef. 1734
 
m. est. 1725-1727
  1. Jane KennedyBef 1728 - Bef 1806
  2. John KennedyAbt 1730 - Aft 1775
  3. Arthur KennedyBef 1734 -
  4. William Kennedy1733 -
  5. James KennedyAbt 1735 - 1825
  6. Anne KennedyEst 1736-1744 -
  7. Andrew Kennedyabt 1741 - 1821
  8. Sarah KennedyEst 1742-1754 -
  9. Dr. Joseph Kennedy1742 - bef 1778
  10. Elizabeth Kennedy1748 - 1821
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Name Arthur Kennedy
Gender Male
Birth? Bef. 1734

Arthur Kennedy was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 339.--20th August, 1754. David Kerr and Catherine, plantationer, to Arthur Kennedy, taylor, £57, 168 acres on Joseph Kennedy's Mill Creek, part of 368 acres purchased by David from Kerr; corner to Robt. Gray, who possesses the other part of the tract; McNut's line; corner Francis Beaty. Teste: John Wardlaw, William Gray.


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 87.--3d May, 1755. Arthur Kennedy and Jane, taylor, to Thomas Berry, plantationer, £56.12.6, 168 acres purchased by Arthur from David Kerr on Capt. Joseph Kennedy's Mill Creek, part of Borden's tract; corner Robert Gray's line; McNut's new line; corner Francis Beatey. Jeane (mark) Kennedy. Livery by a rail in the fence.



Records of Arthur Kennedy in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:


  • Page 242.--21st June, 1763 . Thomas Berry and Esther to James Berry, son of Thomas, £25, 168 acres purchased by Thomas from Arthur Kenedy on Capt. Joseph Kennedy's Mill Creek, in Burden's tract; corner Robert Gray; McNutt's new line; corner Francis Beaty. Teste: Alexander McNutt, Jas. McNutt, Thomas Berry, Jr. Delivered: James Berry, April, 1765.