Person:Henry Fletcher (9)

Henry Fletcher
m. 25 MAY 1735
  1. Robert Fletcherabt 1735/6 - 1797
  2. James Fletcher1736-1748 -
  3. Margaret Fletcher1736-1748 -
  4. James Fletcher1736-1748 -
  5. John Fletcher1736-1748 -
  6. Margaret Fletcher1736-1748 -
  7. Agnes Fletcherabt 1740 -
  8. Henry Fletcher1742 -
  9. Henry Fletcher1742 -
  10. Job Fletcherabt 1743 - 1797
Facts and Events
Name Henry Fletcher
Gender Male
Birth? 1742 Chester County, Pennsylvania
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Henry Fletcher was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 30.--28th June, 1758. George Mouse's estate settlement, by Michael Mallow. Allowed 19th May, 1761. Sold to Cateren Moser, Jacob Cutman, Chas. Deavier, Seasor (Caesar) Brown, Henry Banener. Second vendue, 8th November, 1758, to Felty Mack, Jno. Arewen, Thos. Peterson, Robt. Mines, Andrew Arewen. Third vendue, 1st October, 1760, to Geo. Caplinger, Michael Props. Received from Geo. Madison for Providen (provender). Received from Capt. Smith, patterole money. Received from Capt. Smith for provender. Received from Abraham Smith, patterole money. Received from Frank Cartley. Received from Henry Fletcher. Paid Gabriel Gile for horse hunting. Paid John McCoy. Paid Andrew Smith for spinning. Three days driving cows from Trout Rock to Cartley's Fort.
  • Page 147.--16th August, 1780. Recorded. Peter Hole's estate vendue bill--Sold to, viz: Peter Hole, Paul Summers, Neckless Harper, Wm. Dunwiddy. George Hole, Henry Fletcher, Joseph Ham, John Feris, Wm. McAlly, Barnard Lance, Enees Hole, Elias Painter, George Cowger, Capt. Parsons, Leonard Summons, Peter Segerfeet, Mike Mannen, widow Gregory, Roger Patton, Leasy Hole, James and Thomas Parsons, Conrad Lance, Miss Hole.