Person:John Leathers (14)

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John Leathers
m. bef 1736
  1. Joshua Lederer
  2. John Leathersabt 1736 - 1818
  3. Paul Ledererabt 1737 -
  4. Nicholas Ledererabt 1738 -
  5. Michael Ledererabt 1740 - 1806
  6. Margaret Ledererabt 1744 -
  7. Susanna Ledererabt 1746 -
  8. Samuel Ledererabt 1753 - bef 1820
  9. Mary Ledererabt 1755 - aft 1800
  • HJohn Leathersabt 1736 - 1818
  • WAnn Unknownabt 1738 - abt 1764
m. abt 1753
  1. William Leathers
  2. Polly Leathers
  3. Patsy Leathers
  4. Elizabeth Leathers
  5. Sally Leathers - bef 1818
  6. Nicholas Leathersabt 1755 - aft 1802
  7. Nancy Leathersabt 1758 - aft 1818
  8. John Leathersabt 1764 -
  9. Moses LeathersBEF 1775 -
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Name John Leathers
Alt Name John Leatherer
Alt Name[1] Jonathan Leathers
Gender Male
Birth? abt 1736 Culpepper County, Virginia
Marriage abt 1753 Culpeper County? Orange County?, Virginiato Ann Unknown
Death? Sep 1818 Orange County, Virginia
References
  1. Orange, Virginia, United States. Wills, Book 5 (1778-1821), p. 255-56, 29 Jul 1818.

    Will of John Leathers
         I give and devise to my wife during her life all my estate . . . it is my desire that no timber should be cut or sold by her except what is necessary for the support of the plantation. At the death of my wife, if it shall happen before ten years . . . land shall be held and enjoyed by my son Jonathan, and my daughters, Patsy, Nancy, Alice and Betsy . . . at time of my death my wife after ten years land sold . . . money divided amongst my sons, William Leathers, Moses Leathers, Jonathan Leathers, my daughters, Polly Brown, Patsy Leathers, Nancy Leathers, Betsy Leathers, Alice Leathers and my grandson James Leathers (son of Nancy Leathers), and my granddaughter Mariah Leathers (daughter of Patsy) . . . my grandsons, James Webb, Nathaniel Webb and Garland Webb, children of my deceased daughter, Sally Webb . . . appoint my friends and acquaintances John Moore, Lawrence T. Dade and William Quarles, and my son, Jonathan Leathers, to be executors . . . this 15 day of June 1818.
         In the presence of Robert Taylor, Edm. D. Langan, John W. Evans

    For reasons occuring since making the above will . . . revoke that part . . . appointing my son Jonathan Leathers, one of my executors . . . appoint my friend, Richard Taliaferro. 29th July 1818.
         In the presence of Lawrence T. Dade
         [signed] Jonathan Leathers
    At a court held 28th September 1818, . . . proved . . . ordered to be recorded.

  2.   Orange, Virginia, United States. Tax Lists.

    1782: white - 14
    1785: white - 13 / dwellings - 1 / other buildings - 2

  3.   Miller, Ann Brush, and Nathaniel Mason Pawlett. Orange County Road Orders: Rev. ed. (Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Transportation Research Council, 2004), p. 152.

    John Leathers is Appointed Overseer of the Road in the room of Philip Bush. [p. 50]

  4.   Miller, Ann Brush, and Nathaniel Mason Pawlett. Orange County Road Orders: Rev. ed. (Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Transportation Research Council, 2004), p. 172, 25 Mar 1784.

    Garland Burnley Appointed Oversr. of the Road [in the room of?] Jno. Leathers. [p. 265]