John Henton, of Linville's Creek, Augusta County, VA
m. ABT 1717
- John Henton, of Linville's Creek, Augusta County, VA1732 - 1782
Facts and Events
John Henton was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 469.--26th July, 1753. Francis Puicer (Puison, Puiser) and Sarah, of Rowan County, North Carolina, to John Hinton, 1753, 236 acres on Muddy Creek. Teste: Joseph and John Bryan and Paul Kuster.
- Page 304.--15th October. 1765. Jeremiah Harrison and Catherine to John Hinton, of County of Berks, Province Pennsylvania, £267.10, 400 acres on Linvel's Creek; corner John Wright, David Ralstone; corner conveyed by Abraham Hite to Jeremiah, 31st December, 1760, part of 1,200 acres conveyed to Abraham by McCoy et als., to whom it was originally granted. Delivered: John Hinton, August, 1768.
Records of John Henton in Augusta County, VA
- Page 351.--18th August, 17__(prob. 1756). Daniel Smith and Jean to James Ramsey, 80 acres on North River Shanandore, cor. Charles Divir's land. Teste: John Henton (Heaton ?). Delivered: Jno. McCoy, 9th November, 1767.
- Page 185.--16th March, 1757. John Hinton's bond (with Daniel Harrison, Sampson Archer) as guardian (chosen) to Thomas O'Neal aged 16), orphan of John O'Neal.
- Page 227.--21st March, 1757. Marks Miller's appraisement, by Sampson Archer, John Cravins, John Hinton.
- Page 328.--22d August, 1770. Jacob Warren's appraisement (by Jno. Henton. David Ralstone, Reuben Harrison) recorded.
- Page 57.--19th November, 1770. James Green and Mary ( ) to Benjamin Kinley, £80, 260 acres on a branch of Muddy Creek, near John O'Neal's lands. Harrison's lands. Teste: John Hinton, Michael Waren. John Gordon. Delivered: Benj. Kinley, 21st September, 1771.
- Page 466.--21st November, 1771. Appraisement recorded of John Harrison's estate by Michael Warren, John Hinton, Wm. Henton.
- Page 114.--27th May, 1772. John Chrisman's will, of Linvel's Creek; to wife, Mary, plantation, and 3 tons of hay yearly until four sons arrive at 21; to four sons. Jacob, Joseph, Abraham, and Isaac. Executors, John Henton, of Linvel's Creek, and Mary Chrisman, wife. Teste: George Chrisman, Tunas Hood. John Smith. Proved, 17th August, 1773, by Chrisman and Smith. John Hinton qualified with George Chrisman and Daniel Smith.
- Page 338.--13th August, 1773. Daniel Smith and Jean ( ) to Daniel Stover. Patented to Samuel Harrison, 5th September. 1749, and conveyed to Daniel. Teste: John Henton, Joseph Smith, Daniel Smith, Jr.
Information on John Henton
From "Papers read before the Lancaster County Historical Society, Volume 25", by Lancaster County Historical Society:
John Hinton. a resident of Berks County, Pa., bought 400 acres of land from Jeremiah Harrison on Linville's Creek, now in Rockingham County, Va., on October 14, 1765. Deed Book 12, pp. 391-394.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 McDaniel's, family.2.FTW.
Date of Import: 19 Nov 2005
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Family of Bud Flanagan of Md..FTW.
Date of Import: 28 Dec 2005
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Brøderbund Software, Inc. World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1 (3). (Release date: December 15, 1997), Tree #1056.
Date of Import: Aug 11, 2003
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 McDaniel.FTW.
Date of Import: 21 Feb 2005
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 .
Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #2696, Date of Import: Jun 12, 1997