Facts and Events
James Ward was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of James Ward in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:
- Page 340.--21st November, 1759. George Kinkade's appraisement, by James Ward, Andrew Gillespie, Robt. Allen.
- Page 332.--21st May, 1760. James ( ) Callison to James Boreland, £30, 175 acres on Jackson's River. Teste: James Ward, James Lockridge.
- Page 156.--6th February, 1762.--James Litster's estate sold to, viz. James Ward, Geo. Wilson, Mathew Reed, Wm. Cabeen, Chas. Donnally, Ro. Armstrong, Edward Long, Pat. Cunningham, Andw. Greer, Thos. Fulton, Margt. Cameron, Jno. Stewart, Ro. Reed, Geo. Francisco, David Bell, Wm. Poage, Wm. Crow, Luke Bowyer, Abraham Thornton. Wm. Henderson, Jno. Buchanan, Thos. O'Neal, Alex. Gibson, Alex. Wright, Jno. Francis, James Simpson, Geo. Weaver, Philip Helveston, Jno. King, Geo. Anderson, Rev. Mr. Craige, Andw. Russell, Saml. Caldwell, Joseph Roberts, Jno. Gregory, Jno. Lucas, Mathew Clark, Jno. Anderson, Jr., James Robinson, Jacob Parsinger, Saml. Moore, Christopher Vinyard, Thos. Patterson, the Widow Bell, Ralph Gorrell, Jos. Russell, James Gilmore, Simon Robertson, James Hughes.
- Page 540.--2d July, 1762. John Given and John Stewart and Sarah ( ) to Hugh Lenox and William Scott, merchants of Spottsylvania, £120, 179 acres on a branch on north side of the Little River of New River, patented, 22d August, 1753, to Robert Box and conveyed by Ephraim Vause to said John Given and John Stewart, 14th April, 1760. Teste: James Ward. Acknowledged and privy examination.
- Page 22.--24th August. 1762. Same to Michael Bowyer, £7.10, lot 21in Staunton, 1-1/4 acres. Teste: Charles Lewis, Will Cabeen, Jas. Ward. Livery of seizin.
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST, 1766 (D). - Edward Long vs. James Ward.--1756. To making a suit of clothes for yourself and a coat for your son William.
Information on James Ward
2848. James II Ward, born 1700 in Inishowen Penninsula County Donegal Ireland; died Bef. 1763 in Staunton Augusta Virginia. He was the son of 5696. James I Ward and 5697. Sarah Rodgers. He married 2849. Ann Chiles in Augusta Virginia. (Note: he could not have married in Augusta County).
2849. Ann Chiles
More About James II Ward:
Burial: Bef. 1763
Military service: 1758, French & Indian War/ Augusta Virginia Militia
More About James Ward and Ann Chiles:
Marriage: Augusta Virginia