Facts and Events
||Henry Lancisco, Sr.
Henry Lancisco was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 131.--16th February, 1750. Same (From James Wood, Wm. Russell and Wm. Green) to Henry Lanciscus, 310 acres on North and South Forks of North Branch of South Branch of Potomac, part of 660 acres; patented to grantors. Teste: John Sturman, 23d October, 1750. Fairfax's line.
- Page 262.--20th May, 1755. William Russell, Wm. Green, of Culpeper, and James Wood, of Frederick, to Henry Lanciscus, £70, 350 acres remaining part of 660 acres granted, patented to grantors, west side South Branch, Lord Fairfax's line at mouth of North Fork. Delivered: Valentine Power, November, 1771.
- Page 49 - Henry Lanciscus, 299 acres, North Fork of the Potomack. November 18, 1765. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 19-20].
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 108.--28th November, 1771. Henry Lancisco, Sr., to Henry Lancisco, Jr., son of said Henry, 194 acres, part of the plantation whereon said Henry now lives and part of 350 acres conveyed to said Henry Lanclsco Sr., by Wood, Russell and Green, 20th May, 1753, and part of 660 acres patented to said Wood, Russell and Green, 23d October, 1750, on South Branch of Potomac. Teste: Henry Judy, Necolaus ( ) Herbould; Martain ( ) Juty, Bastain ( ) Hackley. Delivered: Samuel Millar per order 25th February, 1788.
- Page 111.--28th November, 1771. Same (From Henry Lancisco, Sr.) to Zichman Harman, £20, on North Fork of South Branch of Potomac, 130 acres part of 310 acres conveyed by Wood, Russell and Green, to Henry, 16th February, 1750, and part of greater tract patented to James Wood, 23d October, 1750. Delivered: Samuel Miller as above.
- Page 114.--28th November, 1771. Same (Henry Lancisco, Sr.) to Valentine Power, part of 310 acres above. Teste: Henry Judy, Nicholaus ( ) Herbould, Martam ( ) Juty. Bastain ( ) Hackley.
- Page 117.--3d March, 1772. Same (From Henry Lancisco, Sr.) to Michael, Henry, Daniel, William Magdalen and Mary Miller, North Fork of South Branch of Potomac, 144 acres, part of 350 acres conveyed to Henry in 1755.
Records of Henry Lancisco in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST 28, 1750. - (421) Benj. Skoot, John Knowles, Joel Hornback, John West, Thomas Crawford, George Baffenbarger, John Christian Carlock, David Craig, John Walker, Jr., George Say, George Say, Jr., Simon Say, John Cunningham, Wm. Cunningham, Henry Landcisco, John Colley, Burket Reager, Henry Carr, Daniel Richardson, Nathaniel Clearey, added to list of tithables.
- Page 485.--27th October, 1751. James Scot's will. Of South Branch of Potomac. Sister, Sarah Scot. Two mares bought of Even Hughes. Sister, Phebe Scot; sister, Rachel Scot. Three cousins (nephews?), James, Joseph, and Jacob Scot (sons of Bro. John?). Two brothers, Adonijah Scot and David Scot. Brother, Benjamin Scot. Two brothers are infants. Teste: Joel Hornback, John Frazier. Codicil, horses left to Bro. John Scot's children to be taken by Benj. Scot until they are of age. Proved, 22d March, 1753, by John Frazier and Ridle Hyer, and Benj. Scot qualifies administrator with sureties Henry Lancisco, Peter Mauzie.
- Vol. 1 - MARCH 22, 1753. - (420) Henry Lancisco, a German Protestant, having produced a certificate from a Protestant clergyman of his having taken the sacrament and made oath of his being an inhabitant of this Colony upwards of twelve years, and having taken the usual oaths to his Majesties' Person and Government, and made and subscribed the test. Certificate of Naturalization.
- Page 524.--21st November, 1753. Blandena Westfall's estate appraised by John Cunningham, Henry Lancisco, Peter Thorn, John Scull.
- Page 48 - Cornelius Bogart, 53 acres, South Branch Potomack, above Lanciscus. November 1765. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 19].
- Page 48 - Michael Peterson, 81 acres, North fork of the Potomack, five miles above Lanciscus. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 19].