Facts and Events
||George Boone, IV
||13 Jul 1690
||Bradninch, Devon, England
||20 Jul 1690
||Bradninch, Devon, EnglandSt. Disen's Church
||27 Jul 1713
||Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaAbington MM
to Deborah Howell
||18 Nov 1753
||Berks County, Pennsylvania
||20 Nov 1753
||Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvaniaage 64 -
||near Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaSchool Teacher
||Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaQuaker - Abington MM
||24 Dec 1753
||Berks County, Pennsylvania
||Exeter, Berks, Pennsylvania
Early Land Acquisition in Orange County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:
- Pages 184-88. 10-11 Nov. 1735. Jacob Stauber (Stover) of Sharrando in Orange County, yeoman to George Boon of Oley in Philad[elphi]a County, Pennsylvania, Esq. Lease and release; for £29 current money of Pennsylvania. Two tracts near the end of the North Mountain on a small branch of Sharrando River in Virginia... one containing 500 acres... the other tract near adjoining... containing 1,000 acres part of 5,000 acres laid out for Jacob Stauber (Stover) by an order by the Honourable Council of Virginia 7 June 1730 and likewise by order of His Majesty's Lieutenant Governour dated 19 Feb. 1732/3 and confirmed by patent 15 Dec. 1733. (signed) Jacob (J) Stauber. Wit: Mardecai Linion (Lincoln?) [?], Seargt. Hughes. 16 Dec. 1735. Acknowledged by Jacob Stauber. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 15].
- ↑ Baptism Records of St. Disen's Church in Bradninch, Devonshire England, in The Boone Society, Inc. - The First 5 Generations of the George Boone Family, 21 Aug 2008, Secondary quality.
1690 George ye son of George Boone baptized the 20th day of July (George IV)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Family Recorded, in Boone, James (1744-1795). Old James Boone Genealogy. (held by Historical Society of Wisconsin: unpublished handwritten manuscript, 1788), Secondary quality.
“GEORGE BOONE IV. (the eldest Son of George & Mary Boone) was born in the Town of Bradninch aforesaid, on the 13th of July 1690 about ½ H. past 5 in the Afternoon; and died in Exeter Township aforesaid, on the 20 November 1753; in the 64th Year of his Age. He taught School for several Years near Philadelphia; was a good Mathematician, and taught the Several Branches of English Learning; and was a Magistrate for several Years. His wife’s maiden name was Deborah Howell. She died in 1759 January 26.”
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Will Abstract of George Boone, in Berks County Will Abstracts 1733-1760 .
BOONE, GEORGE, Exeter.
November 18, 1753. December 24, 1753.
To son, William, all that part of my land lying on south side of Tulpehocken Road and appertaining to the old plantation in Exeter; also 1/2 of the mills.
To son, Hezekiah, all that part of old plantation lying on north side of said road, the other 1/2 of mills.
To son Josiah, the sawmill in Robeson Township and lands belonging.
To son Jeremiah, plantation called "Andrew Saduskies" in Amity Township.
To 3 daus., viz., Mary, Deborah and Dina £50 each.
To my grandchildren, George and Jane HUGHES, children of dear dau. Hannah, £25 each when of age.
Provides for wife [not named].
Exr. sons, William, Josiah, Jeremiah and Hezekiah.
Wit: Joseph BOONE, John HUGHES, Edward DRURY, Edward HUGHES