Facts and Events
David Carson was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
- Not to be confused with David Carson of Washington County, Virginia who married Elizabeth Dysart.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley's: [records are possibly for this David Carson]
- Page 356.--17th June, 1770. John Hunter and Frances ( ) to Samuel Hunter, 40 pence, 128 acres conveyed to John by Robert Brookes, conveyed by Beverley, 26th November, 1751, in Beverley Manor; John Thompson's line; corner Robert Hunter, now John Thompson; corner Anthony Black, a cabin by the road between John Hunter's and his son, Samuel Hunter's. Teste: W. Christian, David Carson.
- Page 414.--19th August, 1771. Robert Beverley to Mathew Kenny and Robert Kenny. £12, on Middle River in Beverley Manor, corner Wm. Dunlap, 63 acres; corner their old survey. Teste: David Corson. Delivered: Mathew and Robert Kenny, June, 1772.
Records in Washington County, VA
- Page 89 - Charles Cocke, assignee of John Ewing...400 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on the head waters of Trading Creek in Powells Valley...November 10, 1783 - John Ewing...400 ac...actual settlement made in 1775...on the waggon road in the fork of Trading Creek in Powells Valley...August 10, 1781 - Assigned to Charles Cocke by purchase on November 8, 1783. Signed: John Ewing. Witness: David Carson.