Person:Christopher Vickery (2)

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Christopher Vickery
m. ABT 1737
  1. John Vickery1738 -
  2. Christopher VickeryABT 1741 - 1841
  3. Elizabeth Vickery1750 - 1833
  4. Charity Vickery1752 - 1814
  5. Jereter Vickery1754 - 1849
  6. Dorcas Vickery1755 - BET 1830 AND 1840
  7. Samson Vickery1757 - AFT 1840
  8. Bethiah Vickery1760 - 1850
  • HChristopher VickeryABT 1741 - 1841
  • WHannah Hodgeabt 1742 - abt 1801
m. 1765
  1. Elizabeth Vickery1766 -
  2. John Vickery1768 -
  3. Charlottey Vickery1769 - ABT 1853
  4. Harmon Vickery1771 - 1771
  5. Absolom 'Abraham' Vickery1773 -
  6. Jehu Vickery1775 - 1869
  7. Ruhamah Vickery1778 -
  8. Marmaduke Vickery1782 - 1857
  9. Harmon Vickery1784 - 1854
  10. Christopher Vickery1786 -
  11. Samson Vickery1788 -
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Name Christopher Vickery
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1741 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 1765 Augusta County, Virginiato Hannah Hodge
Death? 19 APR 1841 Randolph County, North Carolina

Christopher Vickery 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:


  • Christopher Vickery and his wife Hannah (Hodge) acquired land "on Smiths' Creek, (Shenandoah River)" from Hannah's brother, Jacob Hodge on 9 November 1772 (as listed in the records below). Eleven days later, they sold this land to Andrew Bird in the disposition below:


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 94.--20th November, 1772. Christopher Vickrey and Hannah, of Guilford County, North Carolina, to Andrew Bird, part of 210 acres patented to Samuel Newman, 29th August, 1757, sold by Samuel to Jacob Hodgh, 21st June, 1763, on Smith's Creek. Teste: John Lilly, John ( ) Benson, James West. Certificate of release of dower by Hannah in Guilford County. North Carolina, 29th October, 1772, tract formerly belonging to Jacob Hodgh, brother to said Hannah Vickery. Christopher Nation and William Gosset swear they saw Hannah sign.

Records of Christopher Vickery in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:


  • Page 336.--21st June, 1763. Same (From Samuel Newman and Martha ( ), of Frederick County) to Jacob Hodge (Hodgh), 10 shillings, 105 acres as above. Delivered to Christopher Vicker, 9th November, 1772.