Facts and Events
James Lusk was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
James Lusk's land (Borden Tract SW, 170 acres, 1749) as shown on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009.
James Lusk's land as shown on the Beverley Manor Map, on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009. (Note: this shows the adjoining tract of his father, Nathan Lusk, which is apparently mis-labeled (based upon records of adjoining settlers)as "James Lusk") The adjoining tract acquired by James Lusk's father, Nathan Lusk prior to 1746 most likely passed onto James after his father's death in 1748, which may explain why it is labeled with James Lusk's name.
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 280.--Benjamin Borden to James Lusk, 170 acres of 92100. Corner Samuel McCutchan. Beverley Manor line. (Note: this transaction is not dated, but appears to be in 1749, based upon the Hildebrand Map).
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 16.--21st March, 1754. James Lusk and Eleanor to James Trotter. Cor. Samuel McCutcheon, Beverley Manor line, conveyed by Borden to James 16th August, 1749.
Records of James Lusk in Augusta County, VA
- Page 118.--14th September, 1748. Nathan Lusk's will--Wife, Elizabeth; son, John; daughter, Agness, wife to Mathew Young; son, James Lusk. Executor, son James. Teste: Pat. Martin, Patrick Cook, Martha Martin. Proved, 16th February, 1748, by Patrick and Martha Martin.
- Page 119.--16th February, 1748. James Loosk qualifies (as executor of his father Nathan) as above, with sureties James Phillips.
- Page 698.--2d March, 1749. Same to Robert Robison, 82 acres in Beverley Manor; in Beverley Manor, patent line; corner James Lusk; corner Widow Cook; corner Benj. Borden's great tract. Teste: John Brown, Adam Thompson, John Shields.
- Page 492.--20th August, 1752. Borden, &c., to John Shields, eldest son and heir of James Shields, deceased. Consideration paid by John Shields, Sr., guardian of John, Jr. 193 acres Moffett's Creek; corner John Shields, Sr.; Samuel McCutchan's corner; Robert Robinson's line; James Loosk's (Lusk's) corner.
- Page 522.--__ ____, 1753. John Shield, an orphan child under 21, son and heir of James Shield, deceased, by his guardian and uncle, John Shield, to Robert Robinson. Borden's tract sold by James to Robert Snodon; Beverley Manor line. Robert sold to Robinson. James Shield died April, 1749. Delivered by decree of County Court. James Losk's (Lusk's) line, cor. Samuel McCutchan.
- Page 1.--15th March, 1754. Robert Robinson and Isabella, his wife, of Augusta, to Thomas Berry, of Augusta, two tracts adjoining and joining Beverley Manor and Borden's tract. 1st.--82 acres in Beverley Manor, conveyed by Beverley to Ro. Robinson. Beverley Manor line, cor. James Lusk (Loosk); cor. Patrick Cook, deceased; cor. Burden's tract and Beverley Manor. 2d.--In Borden's land, 218 acres conveyed by Borden to James Shields, cordwainer, and conveyed (vid chancery cause, County Court) by James Shields, guardian of John Shields, son and heir-at-law and orphan child of said James Shields to Ro. Robinson; James Loosk's line; Beverley Manor line, cor. Samuel McCutcheon. Robert Robinson. Isabella (her mark) Robinson. Teste: John Shields, James Welch, Thos Branan.
- Page 398.--16th March, 1757. Thomas Berry and Esther ( ) to James Trotter £60, two tracts adjoining each other and the line of Beverley Manor and Borden's tract: 1st, 82 acres in Beverley Manor, cor. James Loosk, patent line; cor. lines of Patrick Cook; cor. Borden's tract and Beverley Manor; 2d, 218 acres in James Loosk's (Lusk's) line; Beverley Manor patent line and Borden's tract; cor. Samuel McCutchen; cor. James Shields, both conveyed to Thomas, 15th March, 1754, by Ro. Robinson and Isabella. Teste: Wm. Frame, James Bell, Jno. McPheetters. Delivered: Jno. Davis, 1758.
- Page 291.--19th May, 1773. John Shields, eldest son and heir of James Shields, deceased, and Margaret ( ) of Amherst County, to James Sproul, part of 298 acres conveyed to James Shields by McCutcheon, 21st August. 1746, and descended to John, eldest son; another tract conveyed to John as eldest son of James by Borden, 20th August, 1752, corner James Loosk (Lusk). Delivered: Wm. Sprowl, 19th January, 1782.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Brøderbund Software, Inc. World Family Tree Vol. 15, Ed. 1. (Release date: November 20, 1997), Tree #1999.
Date of Import: Aug 7, 1998
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Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #3304, Date of Import: Sep 13, 1996
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