Person:James Means (5)

m. BEF 1727
  1. James MeansABT 1725 - 1770
  2. William Means1727 - ABT 1793
  3. Daughter Means1730 -
  4. Thomas MeansABT 1732 -
  5. David MeansABT 1735 -
  6. Hugh Means1740 - 1830
  • HJames MeansABT 1725 - 1770
  • WSarah FosterABT 1727 - 1759
m. BEF 1753
  1. Hugh Means1753 - 1825
  2. Dorcas Means1753 - bef 1816
  3. Prudence Means1755 - 1784
  4. Rachel Means1756 - 1760
  5. Joseph Means1758 -
  6. Margaret Means1759 - 1761
m. BEF 1766
  1. Rachel Means1766 - 1826
  2. James Means1767 - 1847
Facts and Events
Name James Means
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1725 Charles County, Maryland
Marriage BEF 1753 Lancaster County, Pennsylvaniato Sarah Foster
Marriage BEF 1766 Prob. Fair Forest, Union County, South Carolinato Rachel Kelso
Death? 1770 Fair Forest, Union County, South Carolina

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


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Possible Records of James Means in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 21, 1762. - (302) Samuel Easlick, Daniel Maupin, James Means--jurors.
  • Page 270.--23d June, 1763. Robt. Bratton's settlement of estate of James Dunlap, approved and recorded--Paid Hugh Wardlaw, Ro. Lusk, Lettice Breckinridge, Joseph Wahob (Wauchut), Jas. Simpson, Thos. Gillespy, Jos. Mays, Henry Cartmill, James Means, David Dryden, Jas. Burnsides, Thos. Vance, Archd. Clendenning, Lawrence Huntsman, Thos. Thompson, John Low. Received from Capt. Christian, being arrears due Capt. Dunlap. Received from Capt. Hog, due for pay. Received from George Jameson. Received from Capt. Hog, account of James Ramsey.
  • Page 147.--18th April, 1755. Humphrey Madison to John Madison, £82, conveys two bay mares that run at the Falling Spring, one bay mare purchased at sale of Moffett's estate, and 2 colts that run at George Moffett's, 1 bay mare purchased of James Means, one mare purchased of Joseph England, and other various personal property; mortgage. Teste: Francis Tyler.
  • Page 222.--19th May, 1761. John Stephenson to James Hartgrove, of Staunton, £7, 1/2 acre lot 6, joining Sampson Mathews and James Hughes. Teste: Wm. Hyde, James Means.
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