Person:Isaac Gray (6)

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Isaac Gray, of Mill Creek, Borden Tract, Augusta County, VA
b.Bef. 1731
 
m. 1719
  1. Samuel Gray1720 - 1775
  2. Elizabeth GrayBET 1725 AND 1737 - AFT 1751
  3. John Gray, II, of Augusta, Greenbrier and Monroe County, VAabt 1726/30 - 1801
  4. Ann GrayABT 1730 -
  5. Isaac Gray, of Mill Creek, Borden Tract, Augusta County, VABef 1731 -
  6. William GrayBef 1734 - 1794
  7. Jacob GrayBef 1735 -
  8. Capt. David GrayBef 1741 - bef 1797
  9. Joseph GrayABT 1741 - ABT 1818
  10. Benjamin Gray1745 -
  • HIsaac Gray, of Mill Creek, Borden Tract, Augusta County, VABef 1731 -
  • WMary Unknown
m. BEF 1752
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Name Isaac Gray, of Mill Creek, Borden Tract, Augusta County, VA
Gender Male
Birth? Bef. 1731
Marriage BEF 1752 to Mary Unknown

Isaac Gray was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Possible parentage of Isaac Gray

Isaac Gray is not listed in the will of John Gray, who settled and acquired land in the Borden Tract with several of his sons, but he is possibly an older son of John Gray, based upon the fact that Isaac acquired land very nearby John Gray in 1751 and sold his tract in the Borden Tract to Jacob Gray, a son of John Gray and possible sibling. The 270-acre tract of Isaac Gray is actually the closest in proximity to John Gray of any of his possible siblings in the Borden Tract (see Hildebrand Map below). Additional research is necessary to prove this relationship. He appears to have moved from the Augusta County, Virginia area shortly after acquiring and selling his land in the Borden Tract (acquired in 1751, sold in 1752) for parts unknown, perhaps indicating a dispute with his father, who had died in 1751, and siblings. There are few records of him in Augusta County.

Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

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Isaac Gray's land (Borden Tract SW, 270 acres, 1751) as shown on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009.


Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 365.--30th May, 1751. Borden & Co., to Isaac Gray, 270 acres on Mill Creek; corner James McClung, Deavis line?; Robert Husten's line; corner Wm. Lusk, Acres Falls on Mill Creek.


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 354.--4th June, 1752. Isaac Gray and Mary to Jacob Gray, 270 acres, part of Benjamin Borden's large tract conveyed to Isaac by Benjamin. On Mill Creek; corner James McClung; McDean's line; Robert Houston's line; corner Wm. Lusk; Mill Creek by Acres Falls. Teste: B. Borden, Hugh Lusk, Andrew Stephenson, Samuel Gray.