Person:Jacob Rector (12)

m. 17 Jan 1711
  1. John Rector1711 - 1773
  2. Harman RectorAbt 1715 - 1789
  3. Henry RectorAbt 1718 - 1799
  4. Jacob Rectorabt 1723 - 1810
m. Abt 1748
  1. Peter Rector, , Sr.1749 - Abt 1821
  2. Nancy Rector1752 - 1780
  3. James Rector1754 - 1834
  4. Jesse Rector1759 - 1843
  5. Bennett Rector1767 - Aft 1816
  6. Elizabeth Rector1769 - 1855
Facts and Events
Name Jacob Rector
Gender Male
Birth? abt 1723 Germantown, Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Marriage Abt 1748 Rectortown, Fauquier County, Virginiato Mary Ann Hitt
Property[1] 24 May 1773 Fauquier, Virginia, United StatesJacob Rector and Mary his wife sold to Jeremiah Darnall the "100 acres on which Peter Hitt, decd., lived"
Death? 31 Jul 1810 Grayson, Virginia, United States
Religion? German Reformed Church

Jacob lived in Fauquier County, Virginia.

The following records show some of Jacob movements:

In 1787 Jacob sold a slave to Nathaniel Moss and moved to Rowan County, North Carolina.

In 1794 Jacob moved to Grayson County, Virginia on Meadow Creek.

1796 Jacob obtained a grant from the Commonwealth of Virginia for 140 acres of land on Meadow Creek, this they deeded to Bennett on October 22, 1798 for 20 pounds current money of Virginia, but Jacob and Mary remained on here for the rest of their lives.

Deed recorded March 4, 1807. James Rector to William Bartley 260 acres of land on Meadow Creek for $200.00.

Deed dated April 12, 1807. William Bartley to Bennett Rector 60 acres ofland on Meadow Creek for $100.00. This is part of the land deeded to William by James Rector on March 4, 1807.

Deed dated January 15, 1815. Bennett and Sally Rector of Washington County to Randolph Collins 130 acres of land on Meadow Creek.

Deed dated November 1820, Jesse and Margaret Rector to James Kyle 150 acres of land on Beaver Creek and Little River for $250.00.

References
  1. Fauquier, Virginia, United States. Deed Book 5, p 335.

    On 24 May 1773, Jacob Rector and Mary his wife sold to Jeremiah Darnall the "100 acres on which Peter Hitt, decd., lived", described as "Begining at a white oak, thence N 50 E 378 poles to a red oak corner, thence S 40 E 40 poles to another red oak corner, thence S 50 W 378 poles to a white oak corner, thence N 40 W 40 poles to the begining."
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    [Note: Peter Hitt was Mary's father.]