Facts and Events
Jacob Van Lear, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of Jacob VanLear
Jacob VanLear is listed as "Jacob VanLier, Jr." in the 1810 census records:
- 1810 Augusta County, Virginia
- Jacob Vanlier Jr - 31010 20011
- three males under age 10, one male age 10-16, one male age 26-45, two females under age 10, one female age 26-45, one female over age 45
- Jacob Vanliere - 00101 11101
- one male age 16-26, one male over age 45, one female under age 10, one female age 10-16, one female age 16-26, one female over age 45
- Vol. 2 - Finley vs. Tate--O. S. 280; N. S. 99--Bill by Samuel Finley and Mary, his wife, daughter of John Tate, who died December, 1802, testate. John's son, Isaac, removed to Kentucky. John at death left following children, viz: Oratrix Mary (married at that time). Nancy also married then to Adam McChesney, Ellen, Drusilla, Jane, Elizabeth, Clorinda, one other daughter and two sons, all since dead under age, unmarried and intestate. Nancy McChesney died soon after her father, leaving an only child, Jane Eliza McChesney. Her husband, Adam McChesney, has also died, leaving Jane Eliza his only heir and infant. Ellen is now wife of John Finley of North Carolina. Drusilla has married John D. Ewin of Rockbridge. Jane has married Jacob Vanlear of Augusta. Elizabeth and Clorinda are unmarried (latter is infant).
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