Hugh Daugherty, Jr.
Facts and Events
Hugh Daugherty, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 190.--1st February, 1806. Francis Hull's will--To sons, Henry and Daniel; to daughters, Elizabeth Fulwider, Molly Hanger, Barbara Cook; son, Frederick; daughter, Catherine Wiseman; son, John; daughter, Susanna; windmill to son John. Executors, Daniel Hull, James Harris. Teste: John and Hugh Daugherty (affirmed); David Byers (sworn). Proved, 28th March, 1808, by Jno. Daugherty, and 26th April, 1808, by others. Executors refuse. Administration granted Jno. Hull.
- Page 65.--9th May, 1806. John Summers, Sr.'s, will (German)--To sons, Samuel and George; son, Andrew; daughter, Christiana Sinck; son, Philip Summers; daughter, Julianna Fawver (Fawner); daughter, Sarah Summers; son, John, deceased (his son and daughter); daughter, Elizabeth Grass's children. Executors, sons Andrew and Philip, and Philip Sink. Teste: Hugh Dougherty, George Franger, John Porter. Proved, 28th July, 1806. Andrew Summers and Philip Sink qualify.
- Page 246.--26th February, 1817. Charles Sproul's will--To brother, John; sister, Jean Weir; sister, Mary Sproul; to brother, Joseph; brother, Oliver; sister, Martha Hutcheson; to sister, Fanny Thomson; sister Sidney Beard's children, viz: Polly, William, Susannah, Jeanatte, and John; to half-brother, James Sproul; to children of half-brother, Alexander Sproul; to half-sister, Margaret McCutchen; to Alexander Beard; to Wm. Beard; to Thomas Beard; to half-brother, William Sproul. Executors, brother John Sproul, Thos. Thomson. Teste: Joseph Beard, Hugh Dougherty, Ro. Hutchison. Proved, 28th April, 1817. Executors qualify.