Facts and Events
John Lynn was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Different John Lynn
There was another John Lynn, known as "John Lynn/Linn, Jr.", that acquired land next to his father John Lynn, Sr. in Beverley Manor, that is apparently not related to this family. The other John Lynn married Jane Patterson, and later migrated to York County, Pennsylvania.
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
Note: Coincidentally, on 17 January, 1753, John Lynn (apparently this John Lynn) and Naomi gave a deed for twelve acres of land, more or less, on James Cathey's line, in Anson County, NC, "to a congregation belonging to ye Lower Meeting House, between the Atking River and ye Catabo Do., adhering to a minister licensed from a Presbytery belonging to the Old Synod of Philadelphia.", (A History of Rowan County, North Carolina, by Jethro Rumple, pg. 261)