d.5 JAN 1791
Facts and Events
Conrad Humble was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 322.--18th June, 1770. Uriah Humble and Charity ( ) to his son, Conrad Humble, £30, 220 acres in Brock's Gap on Dry River patented to James Baggs, 12th January, 1746, and by him conveyed to Uriah. Teste: Jacob Miller, Conrad Custer, John Thomas. Delivered: Jno. Ruddle, 10th May, 1784.
Records of Conrad Humble in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 546.--3d May, 1763. Benjamin Kinley to Martin Humble, £16, 215 acres adjoining Rees Thomas and Daniel Harrison, and a survey of said Benjamin Kinley commonly called the Sinking Spring. Teste: Robert Morris, Conrad Humble, A. Hamilton.
- Page 280.--12th October, 1765. William Smith and Mary, of Hampshire County, to James Thomas, £67, on south side of Timber Ridge on a draft of Linvil's Creek, patented to William Smith, deceased, father of said William, 10th March, 1756, 154 acres. Teste: John Dunbar, Rülen May, Jacob ( ) Trumbo, John Thomas, Conrad Humble. Delivered Nicholas Mose, December, 1768.
- Page 334.--11th April A. D., 1769 (vid p. 150, supra.). The moveable effects of Isaac Brackfield. deceased, sold at public auction as follows, viz: Drs. William Barefield, John Bear, Anthony Rader, Michael Lamb, Jacob Holman, Mathias Rader, Jacob Miller, Conrad Humble, Michael Kintner, Thomas Pickens, James Johnson, Christopher Brackfield, George Kintner, Saml. Nicholas, Rese Thomas, Martin Craider, Adam Rader, Sr., George Trumbo, James Cain, James Beggs, Michael Hannegam, Jacob Brackfield.
- Page 509.--15th June, 1774. Thomas West's estate appraisement by John Dunbarr, Conrad Humble, Thomas Beggs.
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST 17, 1774. - (10) Conrad Humble qualified Captain of Militia.
- Vol. 2 - FEE BOOKS OF AUGUSTA COURT - Conrad Humble, Brock Gap.
- Page 24.-(undated, appears to be abt. 1777)-Corner John Michael Brooks' land, patented to James Baggs 10th June, 1760. Teste: John Ruddell, Thomas Baggs, Conrad Humble.
- Page 117.-(undated, appears to be abt. 1777)-Teste: Anthony Reader, Conrad Humble.
- Page 37.--19th May, 1778. Martin Humble's estate in account with Conrad Humble, administrator--Paid Henry Runnion, Jno. Trumbo, James Devoir; paid Ab. Kuykendall, Richard McMachen's account; paid Jacob Fegley.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 KY Roots.ged.
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