Person:Jacob Bear (4)

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Jacob Bear
b.ABT 1761
 
m. BEF 1755
  1. Anna Barbara Bear1750/51 - 1828
  2. Catherine BearABT 1755 -
  3. Anna Maria Bear1757 - 1824
  4. Adam BearABT 1759 -
  5. Jacob BearABT 1761 -
  6. Henry BearABT 1765 -
  7. Christina BearABT 1765 -
  8. Elizabeth BearABT 1767 -
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Name Jacob Bear
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1761

Jacob Bear, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Image:BearJacobfromWrightBeverleySW.jpg

Jacob Bear's land (Beverley ManorSW, 260 acres acquired from James and Alexander Wright, sons of William Wright, in 1791; part of Joseph Mills' original 660-acre patent of 1739) 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 35.--16th August, 1791. James Wright and Alexander Wright, sons and devisees of William Wright, deceased, and Elizabeth, wife of James, of Augusta, to Jacob Bear, 260 acres in Beverley Manor, part of tract originally surveyed for Joseph Mills, and sold to Robert Wilson and Jno. Holmes by deed which was conveyed to said William Wright, deceased, by John Holmes, February, 1748.

Records of Jacob Bear in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - 1783--July 28th, Jacob Bear appointed administrator of Adam Miller.
  • Vol. 2 - JUDGMENTS. SEPTEMBER, 1802 (A to R). - Dunkenson, et ux., vs. Moore--Ejectment from Rockingham. Thomas Dunkerson and Lucretia Dunkerson, his wife, heirs-at-law of Thomas Moore, deceased, six plantations, containing 1,700 acres. Defendants are Reuben, John and Thomas Moore. Copy of patent by Fauquier to Thomas Moore, 26th July, 1765, 200 acres on Smith's Creek, between Davison's, Philips' and Rambo's lands, Buchanans' Cor. Same by Botetourt to Thomas L. Moore, 12th May, 1770, 190 acres on Smith's Creek, Michael Bowyer's line, Thomas Looker's line. Same by same, to Thomas Moore, 12th May, 1770, on Smith's Creek, corner J. Woodley land; John Philips, corner. Same by Fauquier to Valentine Sevear, 200 acres on Smith's Creek, crossing Daniel Jones' Branch, 27th June, 1764. Consideration is importation of four persons, viz: James Porteus, John Poe, Patrick McDonald and Daniel Warner. Patent by Gooch, 12th January, 1746, to James Wood, for 370 acres on Smith's Creek. Patent by Fauquier, 31st October, 1765, to Thomas Looker (Lobker ?) for 68 acres on Long Meadows or North River Shan. Deed by Thomas Loker, of Rockingham, 17th February, 1791, to Thomas Moore, Sr. Thomas Loker. Test: Reuben Moore, Thomas Loker, Jr., Philip Counce, recorded Rockingham, 27th June, 1791. 20th August, 1801, jury, John Carthrea, Jr., George Rader, Jacob Bear, Mathias Anson, Michael Lohr, James Green, George Chrisman, David Caldwell, John Crotzer, Casper Mifford, Evan Thomas, Alexander Graham. Jury find Thomas Moore died intestate, 1797, leaving plaintiff, Lucretia, and defendants, his only children, appeal to Supreme Court, and their appeal dismissed. Judgment for plaintiffs.
  • Vol. 2 - SEPTEMBER, 1807 (A to D). - Jacob Bear vs. Shull--James McCutchan is about to remove to Tennessee.
  • Page 50.--3d September, 1811. Valentine Shirley's will--To son. Henry; daughter, Betsey; daughter, Anna; wife, Catherine; to John and Jacob Rush, on account of son Charles, who owes them; to daughter, Barbara Baker, wife of Samuel Baker; to son, Adam; son Jacob Sherley and Jacob Bear, executors. Teste: John Barnett, Wm. Craig, Adam Bear, Jas. Craig. Proved, 23d September, 1811. Executors qualify.