Person:Henry Stalp (1)

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Henry Stalp
b.1759
d.1815
m. BEF 1738
  1. John Stalp, Sr.1738 - 1803
  2. Catherine Stalp1742 -
  3. Elizabeth Stalp1745 -
  4. Margaret Stalp1748 -
  5. Mary Stalp1751 -
  6. Henry Stalp1759 - 1815
m. est. 1793-1799
  1. Susanna Stalpest 1795-1803 -
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Name Henry Stalp
Alt Name Henry Stolp
Gender Male
Birth? 1759
Marriage est. 1793-1799 to Catherina Hoh
Death? 1815

Henry Stalp was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land in Virginia:


  • Page 38 - Henry Stolp, 19 acres. Adjoining David Roberson. September 16, 1783.

[Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 111].


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Hoe vs. Brock--O. S. 416; N. S. 151--Bill, 9th January, 1823, by John Knopp and wife Susanna, late Stolp; Margaret Krist, late Margaret Hoe heirs of Elizabeth Hoe, deceased, that in 1816 Elizabeth Hoe died. Oratrixes are heiresses. Susanna is sole heiress of Henry Stolp, deceased, who married Catharine Hoe, sister of Elizabeth. Catharine is dead. Oratrix Margaret is sister of Elizabeth. Her husband is dead. Claim is that Elizabeth was of feeble mind, very aged, and was induced by Jacob Brock of Rockingham to make a will in his favor, which was proved in Rockingham. Peter Sheekle deposes, 30th August, 1824. He was a school teacher in German language. Henry Billhimer deposes, ditto, was 44 years old. John Stolp deposes, ditto, Elizabeth lived with his uncle (Henry Stolp?). Lydia Peevy's sister-in-law, Polly Showalter. Elizabeth Hoe's noncupative will. Recorded in Rockingham. She died 29th February, 1816. Proved by Mary and Lydia Showalter.