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James Little, of Lunenburg County, VA
b.bef. 1727
 
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Name James Little, of Lunenburg County, VA
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1727

James Little was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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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