Person:Edward Watts (1)

Edward Watts
b.1715 Virginia
m. 1705-12-28
  1. Thomas Watts, Jr.ABT 1712 - 1764
  2. Edward Watts1715 - 1790
  3. Elizabeth WattsABT 1718 -
  4. Benjamin Watts1720 - 1790
  5. John Watts1722 - 1796
  6. Robert WattsABT 1724 -
  7. Ann WattsABT 1728 -
  8. Sarah WattsABT 1729 - 1803
  9. Rev. Jacob Watts1730 - 1821
  10. William WattsABT 1732 - 1808
  11. Mary WattsABT 1732 -
  12. Frances 'Frankie' WattsABT 1735 -
  13. Esther WattsABT 1738 - AFT 1795
m. 14 SEP 1737
  1. Thomas Watts1738-1756 -
  2. Edward Watts1738-1756 -
  3. Elizabeth WattsABT 1741 -
  4. Anna Watts1758 -
Facts and Events
Name Edward Watts
Gender Male
Birth? 1715 Virginia
Marriage 14 SEP 1737 to Elizabeth Downs
Death? 1790 Bedford County, Virginia

Edward Watts was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Virginia

Acquisition of Land from Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants:

  • H-736: Edward Watts of Culpeper County, 90 acres in said County in Robinson Fork of Rappahannock & on South Fork of Rapadon River. Surv. Richard Young. Adj. Watts's land. 13 Nov. 1756. [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1742-1775, Vol. 2, Gertrude E. Gray, pg. 90].

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 326.--17th May, 1752. Edward Watts and Elizabeth, of Culpeper, to John Magret, 125 acres. Mouth of Hawksbill of Shanando; 200 acres sold by Jacob Stover to Jacob Castle; Castle sold 75 acres to Jacob Coger, 26th June, 1740, and 125 acres to Elizabeth Downs, present wife of Edward Whats. 33d September, 1742. [Chalkley's, Vol. 3].

Sources

http://www.tommymarkham.com/Watts/edwardwatts-1.htm