Facts and Events
Isaac Cunningham was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 273.--13th February, 1756. James ( ) Cunningham, yeoman, to Isaac Cunningham, £10, 128 acres, part of 400 acres by patent 20th August, 1745, on Tees Creek, cor. Wm. Gillmer. Signed by Margnt Cunningham, but certificates say wife Mary. Teste: Jacob Cunningham, Charly Dougherty, Jno. Gillmer, John Coler, James Simson (Coler, Collier ?).
Estate Records of Isaac Cunningham
- Page 363.--20th May, 1760. Jean Cunninghnm's bond (with John Mathews, Jno. Bowen) as administratrix of Isaac Cunningham.
- Page 45.--18th August, 1761. Isaac Cunningham's appraisement, by Jno. Maxwell, Joseph Lapsely, Jno. Moore, Jno. Paxton.
Records of Isaac Cunningham in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 382.--16th January, 1760 (33d year of Reign). James Cunningham's will, of Colony and Dominion of Virginia--To wife Margaret; to son Moses, infant; to Hugh Cunningham, 1 shilling; to daughter Elizabeth, 1 shilling; to James Cunningham, son to son Jacob; to John Cunningham, son to son Isaac; to daughter Mary; to daughters, each and every of them, 1 shilling. Executors, wife and son Moses. Teste: Malcom Allen, Robt. Bowen, Lilly Bowen. Proved, 19th March, 1765, by Malcom Allen and Lilly Bowen. Margaret is dead. Moses qualifies, with Hugh Cunningham, Geo, Dougherty. (Note: James Cunningham was Isaac's father. Isaac had died shortly after the writing of this will).
- Page 391.--6th August, 1753. James Coningham and Margaret to Jacob Conningham, 100 acres, part of 400 acres patented to James, 20th August, 1745. On Tees Crick of James, cor. Moses Coningham. Teste: Chas. Daugherty, Isaac Coningham, Henry (X) Campbell.