James Little, of Lunenburg County, VA
Facts and Events
||James Little, of Lunenburg County, VA
James Little was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 1 - Examination of Joseph McFarland, late of Lunenburg County, taken before me, Richard Barton, one of the justices for said county, 27th February, 1747-8. Says that he borrowed a saddle from James Litell, of Lunenburg County, and brought it into this County. Same examination of John McNeese. Endorsed, February 21, 1748-9. Friend, William Woods. Idesire you to deliver the writing to the Clerk's Office, and you will oblige your friend. Richard Boston.
- Vol. 2 - Shelton vs. Johnson--O. S. 170; N. S. 60--Copy of deed 11th May, 1797, by Thomas Staples, of Rockingham, to Achilles Barksdale; conveys 68 acres on Mechum's River; recorded in Albemarle, 5th June, 1797. Copy of survey of 129 acres on South Branch Mechum's River for James Little. 5th February, 1749.
Records in Lunenburg County, VA
- 1749 tithes
- JOSEPH BAYS 1 tithe
- Next to James Little
- Area - from Rolling River to Little Roanoke River
- 4 April 1758, Page 64
- Ordered that David Caldwell together with the following Persons, to wit, James Little, William Dudgeon & his John Vance Jacob Jones, John Dudgeons, John Wood, William Caldwell John East, Thomas East, Francis Mann, Page Mann, James Barton & his, John Clark, Richard Adams, Arthur Slaton, & Daniel Slaton, James McMurday, James Cunningham & his, Robert Caldwell & his William Philby, William Hall John Caldwell, John Fulton & Alexander Berryhill do forthwith Clear and keep the Road whereof the said David is Surveyor in Repair According to Law. [Lunenburg County Road Orders].
- George Pattillo was a devout, holy man; a Weslyan Methodist.
- Land Office Patents and Grants, 27 June 1764:
- Lunenburg County
- 400a. On the branches of Little Louse Creek adjoining the lines of James Little, William Stanfield, &c.
- Patents 35, p. 514