m. bef. 1767
- John Gardnerbef 1767 -
Facts and Events
John Gardner was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 59.--17th October, 1787. John Gardner and Elizabeth, and James Griffith and Mary, to John Poage, on head branches of Falling Spring, patented to George King, 1770.
- Page 370.--__ _____, 1789. John Gardner and Elizabeth, his wife, heir-at-law of Alexander Gardner, deceased, to George Phypher, patent to Alexander, 1st February, 1781, adjoining George Wigel and Michael Hogshead.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - 19th June, 1787--John Gardner, ditto (guardian for) of Abraham Carson, ditto (orphan) of Isaac Carson.
- Page 140 - 16th February, 1789. Page 140.--John Poage's will--To daughter, Mary Poage; to eldest son, Robert; to son, George, 325 acres on Naps Creek joining lines with Moses Moore; to son, James, tract at Brown's Lick; to sons, John and Thomas, executors; to wife, Mary; to other children, William, Elizabeth, and Ann. Teste: John Gardner, Daniel McNare, Agnis Poage, Wm. Wilson. Proved, 22d April, 1789, by Daniel McNare and Agnis Poage. Executors qualify.
- Vol. 2 - APRIL, 1796 (N to Z). - Richard Mathews vs. John McDougal--Deposition, 3d February, 1795, of Samuel Greenlee, of Lincoln County, Kentucky, before James Davis, William Montgomery and John Craig. It was reported that Greenlee had been killed by the Indians, but this was disproved. William Hogshead about to remove to Kentucky, 9th April, 1793. Depositions William Hogshead and John Gardner at house of William Gilham, in Staunton, 21st April, 1789. Deposition of Susannah Griffith, 29th March, 1794: Was daughter of Robert Witherow, who was a miller at Mossey Creek. Evan Griffith, Susannah Griffith and Samuel Witherow intend to remove from the State 4th September, 1795.