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Christian Strickley
 
d.bef. 21 March 1753 Augusta County, Virginia
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Name Christian Strickley
Alt Name Christian Strickly
Alt Name Christian Strickler
Gender Male
Death? bef. 21 March 1753 Augusta County, Virginia

Christian Strickly was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Estate Records

  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 21, 1753. - (416) Henry Knave, appraiser of Christian Strickly.


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 1 - 1769. - Michael Bowyer's account as Jailor allowed for insolvent fees for 1769: Chas. Fred. Sivert, in goal for debt, 20 days; Robert McMahon, in goal for felony, 24 days; Joseph Eaten, in goat for debt, 20 days; Wm. Cunningham, in goal for felony, 8 days; Richard Smith, in goal, runaway, 28 days; Andrew Caseday, in goal, runaway, 10 days; John Smith, in goal, madman, 62 days; Patrick Lacey, in goal, good behavior, 6 days; Jonathan Douglass, in goal for debt, 20 days; Robert Phillips, in goal for debt, 6 days; William McNeil, in goal for debt, 20 days; William Simson, in goal for debt, 20 days; James Blan, in goal for debt, 20 days; James Blan, same; Joseph Ray, in goal for debt, 10 days; Nathaniel Lyon, in goal for debt, 20 days; Charles Harris, in goal for debt, 20 days; Christopher Finney, in goal for debt, 20 days; Christian Strickler, in goal, madman, 21 days; David Whiticher, in goal, runaway, 36 days; John Dun, in goal for felony, 1 day; John Munks, in goal, suspicious, 10 days; William Guin, in goal for debt, 20 days; a negro man, in goal for felony, 7 days; James Dinniston, in goal for felony, 11 days; John Price, in goal for debt, 20 days; John Reece's two negroes, in goal 3 months and 16 days, from Carolina; to finding wood for the jail; to finding wood and keeping the Court House. (Note: possible son/nephew?)