Person:George Petty (8)

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George Petty
d.Bef. 28 May 1752 Orange County, Virginia
m. Bef 3 Apr 1700
  1. John Petty1702 - bef 1770
  2. Rebecca Pettyest 1703-1704 - bet 1784-1787
  3. Thomas Petty, IVabt 1704 - 1770
  4. Christopher Pettyabt 1706 -
  5. William Petty1708 - 1770
  6. Mary Pettyabt 1714 - aft 1760
  7. James Petty1719 - 1806
  8. George Petty1723 - Bef 1752
m. 1748
  1. Catherine Petty1748 -
Facts and Events
Name George Petty
Gender Male
Birth? 1723 Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia
Marriage 1748 Virginiato Sarah Jemima Unknown
Death? Bef. 28 May 1752 Orange County, Virginia

Will of George Petty

Pages 165-66. Will of George Petty of Orange County, being very sick and weak, dated 13 Jan. 1751/2.
To my wife Jemima Petty and my child Catherine Petty all my estate.
When my child comes of age she have the half of my estate or so much money levied out of it for Catherine Petty's use.
If she dies without heir it shall fall to my wife Jemima.
My child Catherine Petty should be entirely under the guardianship of Christopher Petty and Robert Boston, which I constitute my executors.
[No signature].
Wit: Charles (X) Lee, Archd. Campbell.
28 May 1752. Presented into Court by Christopner Petty and Robert Boston. Proved by Charles Lee and Archd. Campbell. Certificate granted executors for obtaining letters of probate with Charles Lee and Isaac Arnold their securities.
[Orange County Virginia Will Book 2, 1744-1778, Dorman, pg. 37].


Page 171. George Petty. Inventory. 22 June 1752. Total valuation £41.17.4.
(signed) John Willis, William Willis, Benja. Hawkins. 23 Nov. 1752. Returned.
[Orange County Virginia Will Book 2, 1744-1778, Dorman, pg. 38].


Page 219. George Petty. Estate account. Christopher Petty and Robert Boston, executors.
Payments made to Robt. Duncanson, Thos. Petty, Thomas Brown, William Willis, George Frasier, Robert Terrell, John Petty, Mr. Alexr. Waugh.
Receipts from George Parson, Joseph Hopkins and Robert Duncanson.
24 April 1755. Settled by Alexr. Waugh and Frans. Moore.
24 April 1755. Returned.
[Orange County Virginia Will Book 2, 1744-1778, Dorman, pg. 45].


Page 220. George Petty. Division of estate. Made in obedience to order of 25 April 1755.
Division to Christopher Petty and Robert Burton, executors; and to James Arnold as marrying the widow. Divided the lot of land... through the apple orchard... the old field... poplar and pine tree which divides this lot from John Petty's.
Benjamin Porter
Benjn. Hawkins
John Willis
Bryan Sisson
22 May 1755. Returned.
[Orange County Virginia Will Book 2, 1744-1778, Dorman, pg. 45].