Facts and Events
Henry Reyburn was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 39.--18th November, 1760. George Crawford to Henry Reburn, £50, 100 acres on North River Shanandore below the Fork; land now Henry lives on, patented to Josia Hickman, 5th April, 1748. Delivered: Henry Reburn, August, 1762.
Estate Records of Henry Reyburn
- Estate of Henry Reyburn Sr., recorded in Montgomery County on June 29, 1792:
- Inventory shows the following:
- Two Cows £5, three do £8, 2 two year cattle £4 £17
- One four year bull £3, One sorrel mare £10 13
- Two sorrel horses £16, One sorrel mare 10 26
- One roan horse £12, five head of sheep £2 14
- One feather bed and furniture 6
- One box Iron and heaters 7
- 2 pewter dishes, six plates, cup and coffee pot 16
- One spinning wheel 10
- One dutch oven, two pots, 3 pr hooks 18
- One large pot 24
- One axe and pewter basin 8
- Witnesses were James Robertson, James Reaburn, James Barnett.
Records of Henry Reyburn in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 477.--7th September, 1753. Samuel McMahon to Samuel Henderson, 165 acres on Dry River between Daniel Smith's and Shifman's lands. Teste: Robert McMahon, George Crawford, Henry Rebum.
- Page 45.--16th May, 1754. Margaret Reburn's bond as administratrix of Edward Reburn, with sureties Robert McMahon, Henry Reburn. (Note: Edward Reyburn was the brother of Henry).
- Vol. 1 - APRIL 29, 1756. - (109) Robert Stevenson, claim for a bell impressed; Saml. Norwood, claim for ranging; Wm. Baskins, claim for ranging; Jeremiah Sealey, claim for ranging and provisions; George Robinson, claim for ranging; James See, claim for ranging; Henry Reaburn, claim for ranging; John Moore, claim for ranging.
- Page 195.--25th July, 1757. William Bell's will--To be buried at Stone Meeting House by side of wife lately ceased; to son Joseph, plantation if he die before he come home from Carolina; daughter Mary, gold ring he did usually wear; to son Edward Baird; sons, William, David, Saml. Bell and Edward Baird; leaves to every one of my other children 1 shilling. Teste: Robert McHan, John Theobald Maighan. Proved, 17th August, 1757, by the witnesses. David Bell is not in this Colony. Edward Beard qualifies with Henry Raybum, James Craig.
- Page 397.--26th May, 1761. John Madison and Agatha to Peachey Gilmore, £30, 300 acres on south side Shanando River, patented to John, 2d June, 1758, Frazier's land. Teste: Geo. Gray, Henry ( ) Reburn.
- Vol. 1 - 1763-4, Pt. 1. - Petitioners to open a road that usually led from a ford of the South River above Joseph Hannah's over Cole's ford on the middle and from thence to Mathew Thompson's, which has been lately stopped by Henry Reaburn, notwithstanding it has been a bridle way for nearly twenty years. Robert Scott, Patrick Frazer, James Bruster, Robert Hook, Robert Hook, John Denniston, William Hook, J. Madison, John Stephenson, Archibald Huston, John Craig, John Davison, John Davison, Jr., Patrick Willson, Robert Shanklin.
- Page 522.--19th August, 1766. John Reaburn and Jean ( ) to Jacob Campbell, £__, 317 acres on Buffelo Draft, a branch of North River of Shanandore; corner Henry Leaburn. Delivered: Jacob Campbell, February, 1768. (Note: should be Reaburn)
Information on Henry Reyburn
1720 - ____
BIRTH: 1720, Augusta County, Virginia
DEATH: Roanoke County, Virginia
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Father: Joseph RAYBURN
Mother: Margaret COURTNEY
Family 1 : Jean ROSS
MARRIAGE: 1749, Ireland
+John Henry RAYBURN