- H. James Loveest 1734 - Bef 1792
m. abt. 1754
- Thomas Love1755 - 1834
Facts and Events
James Love was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of James Love in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 518.--4th October, 1773. William Gray and Katharin to Moses Whitesides. Delivered to James Love, June, 1780.
- Vol. 2 - McCullogh vs. Love--O. S. 224; N. S. 79--Bill, 1808. Complainants are, viz: John McCullock and Rachel Shields; John, Patsy, Joseph, Sally, William Shields; Polly and John Sloan, heirs of James Shields, deceased. In 1792 John McCullock and James Shields become surety for Thomas Love on his administrator bond of his father, James Love, deceased, who bequeathed personally to his granddaughter, Susannah Love. Will of James Love of Rockbridge, 26th September, 1791. Granddaughter, Margaret; granddaughter, Susannah; son, Thomas Love. Recorded in Rockbridge, 5th June, 1792.
According to the Revolutionary Pension file of James Love's son Thomas Love, he came to America abt. 1763 from Ireland (age 8), which provides the probable emigration date for James and his family.