Person:Heinrich Price (1)

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Heinrich 'Henry' Price
b.08 September 1726 Offenbach, Germany
m. 27 June 1713
  1. Anna Margaretha Price1713 - 1784
  2. Daniel Priceabt 1715 - 1722
  3. Michael Price1719 - bef 1802
  4. William Price1720 - bef 1758
  5. Augustine Price, of Tom's Creek, Augusta County, VA1722 - 1802
  6. Daniel Price1724 -
  7. Heinrich 'Henry' Price1726 - bef 1797
m. abt. 1758
  1. Henry Price1759 - 1843
  2. Adam Price1760 -
Facts and Events
Name Heinrich 'Henry' Price
Gender Male
Birth? 08 September 1726 Offenbach, Germany
Marriage abt. 1758 to Maria Magdalena Wilhelm
Death? bef. March 1797 New River, Montgomery County, Virginia[will probated]

Heinrich "Henry" Price was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 33.--18th November, 1760. John Rodes, of County Frederick, to Henry Price, of Frederick County, £15, 400 acres at foot of Peaked Mountain. Delivered to grantee's son, Adam Price, 20th March, 1815.

Land Grant Surveys in Virginia:

  • Page 26 - Henry Price, 23 acres, North West side of Shenandoah River. Adjoining Daniel Price, John Vice, Jacob Ewly. February 25, 1783. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 106].

Will Abstract

Price, Henry, (of Rockingham Co.).
Will probated March 1797
Names wife, Mary and Children: Henry ("the first born"), David and Adam.
[A Brief of Wills and Marriages of Montgomery and Fincastle Counties, Virginia, 1733-1831 by Anne Lowry Worrell, pg. 52].

Records of Henry Price in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - MAY, 1753. - Michael and Augustine Price vs. Lorton and Patton.--In July, 1748, the Prices agreed with Israel Lorton to purchase from Lorton, land on New River. Lorton had bought 3 tracts from James Patton, 1, containing 400 acres, at mouth of Jones (Toms) Creek, where Lorton had entered and improved, called Lorton's First Improvement; 2d, 400 acres at Horse Shoe Bottom, called Lorton's Second Improvement; 3d, 400 acres at Beaver Dam. Prices bought 1st and 2d. Bill filed, 1751. Tract No. 1 is in possession of Michael Price and Philip Horloes; No. 2 is in possession of Augustine Price and his brothers, Daniel and Henry Price. Amended bill filed, but Israel Lorton died, and bill for revivor. Jacob Lorton and Jacob Harman were Lorton's administrators.