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John Patrick
b.Est. 1733-1740
d.Bef. 22 May 1809 Augusta County, Virginia
m. bef. 1733
  1. Martha Patrickabt 1733 -
  2. Charles PatrickEst 1733-1748 -
  3. John PatrickEst 1733-1740 - Bef 1809
  4. Isabel Patrick1738 - aft 1810
m. BEF 1761
  1. Robert Patrick1761 - 1764
  2. William Patrick1763 - aft 1832
  3. Rachel Patrick1765 - 1801
  4. Robert Patrick1767 - 1783
  5. Rebecca Patrick1769 - 1807
  6. Mary 'Molly' Patrick1771 - 1796
  7. Isabella Patrick1775 - 1812
  8. Charles Patrick1778 - Aft 1842
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Name John Patrick
Gender Male
Birth? Est. 1733-1740
Marriage BEF 1761 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Janet McPheeters
Death? Bef. 22 May 1809 Augusta County, Virginia

John Patrick was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 101.--16th November, 1762. Charles Patrick and John Patrick, division of estate of their father Robert. John is to have 283 acres conveyed to Robert by Wm. and David Bell, also all the land lying on north side of South River in the tract whereon the said Robert lately dwelt, and to have a waggon way over the ford of the river opposite a pond and so up the river on the south side. Charles to have that on the north side, John to pay Charles £30. Delivered: J. Patrick, February, 1767.
  • Page 426.--29th July, 1767. Charles Patrick and Mary, of Albemarle, to John Patrick. Whereas Robert Patrick by will, 10th August, 1761, devised to sons Charles and John 720 acres and Charles and John agreed to divide said land by deed of partition, 16th November, 1762, and recorded in Augusta, viz, John to have tract 283 acres formerly conveyed to Robert by Wm. and David Bell, 20th August, 1754, and to Wm. and David by Samuel Gay, 21st February, 1747; also the land on North of South River whereon said Robert lately dwelt, &c., &c., £200, all the land on south side of the river above.


Will of John Patrick

  • Page 274.--7th February, 1809. John Patrick's will, old and infirm--To wife Jane; sons, William and Charles; to grandchildren, Robert, Margaret, Samuel, Jenny, John, Mary, and Rebecca Downey; daughter, Isabella McCatchen; grandson, John Patrick McCutchen. Executors, sons William and Charles. Teste: Robt. Porterfield, Andrew Ramsey, David Bell. Proved, 22d May. 1809. Executors qualify.


Processioning List of 1767/8

"Processioning" was the process or periodically reviewing and agreeing upon property lines between settlers. Processioning Lists can be useful in determining the area of a settler and the neighboring settlers at a specific time period:


  • Page 448.--1767-68: Processioned by John Gillespie and Andw. McClure: For William Tease, Saml. Steele, John and Wm. Finley, John Ramsey, John Black, John Patrick, Charles Tease, Andw. Russell, Wm. Russell, Wm. Skillren, James Alexander, Andw. McClure, Francis Alexander, Wm. Logan, Zachariah Johnston, James Thompson, James Galespie, John Williams, Hugh McClure, Samuel McClure, Saml. Frazier, Andw. Russell, John Graham, John Hutchison, Wm. Hutchison, Saml. Pilson, Zachariah Smith, John Gray.

Records of John Patrick in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 20, 1760. - (395) John Patrick, qualified Lieut. of Militia.
  • Page 90.--10th August, 1761. Robert Patrick's will--Sons, Charles and John Patrick; son John's son, Robert; daughter, Martha Black, and her 8 sons, Robt. and John; daughter, Isabell McCulloch, and her daughter, Rachel; wife, Rachel. Executors, sons Charles and John. Guardian, wife Rachel. Teste: James Wharey, John McCulloch. Proved, 17th November, 1761, by the witnesses. Charles Patrick refuses to execute. Jno. Patrick qualifies, with Jno. McFeeters, Wm. McFeeters.
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 22, 1764. - (173) Ordered that the Church Wardens of Augusta Parish bind Michael Eagin of the age of nine years in September last, son of Patrick Eagin, to John Patrick--the father of the said Michael having run away according to law.
  • Page 775.--19th March, 1765. Adam Dean and Eleanor, his wife, to Charles Teas, 5 sh., 310 acres on South River, part of a tract patented to Robert Turk, 6th September, 1736; corner to Robert Turk's land; corner John Patrick's line. Teste: Wm. Teas, Jno. Dean, Samuel Kinkade. Delivered: Charles Teas, September, 1766.
  • Vol. 2 - Delinquents List, 1766 - John Patrick, Constable.
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 18, 1767. - (346) Hemp certificates: Christopher Wiiliams, John Moffett, John Mills, Thos. Turk, Wm. Blanton, Wm. Robertson, Wm. Campbell, John Patrick, John Mitchell, Saml. Hamilton, Rob. Stuart, Wallas Estil.
  • Page 283.--18th March, 1769. Charles Tees to Benj. Yardly, £56.2, 310 acres, corner Robert Turk on South River; ocrner John Patrick, mortgage. Delivered: Benj. Yardly, February, 1770.
  • Page 185.--21st March, 1769. William McPheeters' bond (with Jno. Patrick, Archd. Reaughe) as guardian (appointed) to Alexander and Robert Crawford, orphans of Alex. Crawford.
  • Page 193.--20th May, 1771. Thomas Rodgers and Betty to James Kennerley. £100 143 acres, north side Shanandore River, John Patrick's lines; corner Poindexter's land, Thomas Turk's line. Teste: Richard Poindexter Delivered to Mr. Kennerley. March 1777.
  • Page 102.--21st November, 1772. Thomas Bell, son and heir of Joseph Bell, deceased, to Andrew McClure, on Long Meadow adjoining land on which Joseph formerly lived. Teste: John Patrick, Tully Davitt, Thomas Bell. Delivered: Samuel McClure, February, 1778.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 17, 1773. - (20) Road surveyor: James Gallespie, vice John Patrick.
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 16, 1778. - (336) John Patrick appointed road surveyor. Thomas Frame, vice John Erwin, appointed Constable.
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 15, 1779. - (40) Road surveyor: John Patrick, vice Joseph Poindexter.
  • Page 284.--15th February, 1783. John Ramsey's will--To son, Andrew, tract between John Patrick and Jno. Black, also money lent to Andrew to pay Robt. Estham; to son, George, land in Cantuckey; to son, John, 1 French Crown, Patriotism (?); to son. Alexander, 1 French Crown, Patriotism (?); to son. William, 1 French Crown, Patriotism (?); to grandson, John Ramsey, 1 French Crown; to grandson, Alex. Ramsey (?), 1 French Crown; to granddaughter, Mary Ramsey; to grandson, John Steele; to wife, Marey; to son, Daniel, residuary legatee and devisee. Executors, wife Mary, Andrew Ramsey, and Andrew Steele. Teste: John Patrick, John, and Samuel Black. Proved, 15th April, 1783, by Patrick and Samuel Black. Executors qualify.
  • Page 508.--11th October, 1785. Adam Murry's will--To William Patrick; to Rebeccah Patrick; to Mary Patrick; to John Patrick, executor. Teste: Robt. Craig, Jr., Archibald Rhea, Hugh McAleary. Proved, 17th January, 1786, by Rhea and McAleary. Executor qualified.
  • Page 347.--14th September, 1786. William Foster, Sr., of Botetourt, William Foster, Jr., and Elisabeth, of Augusta, to Samuel Bell, tract conveyed by Joseph Poindexter to William Foster, Sr., and by him conveyed to his son William, 20th May, 1783. Teste: Robert Porterfield, John Patrick, John Cullen.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST, 1788 (R to Z). - James Spence vs.James Graham et als.-Writ, 13th March, 1783. Chancery. James Graham was son of John Graham, and brother of Christopher Graham. Spence was drafted and served at the siege of York. James Graham absconded and went to Kentucky. James Graham went on a tour of duty to Carolina as a substitute for John Patrick, James Gillespy has a brother, John. John Gilespy's wife was Elizabeth.
  • Vol. 2 - EXECUTIONS. APRIL, 1792 (L to Z). - John Williams vs. James and Andrew Alexander--Writ of right, 20th July, 1796. Verdict for defendant. John Ramsey deposes, 12th October, 1796. John Patrick deposes, 12th October, 1796. John Dalhouse deposes, 12th October, 1796.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1792--June 16, Saml. McCutchen and Mary Patrick (spinster), daughter of John Patrick; surety, John Patrick.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1797--November 11, John McCutchen and Wm. Patrick, surety. John McCutchen and Isabella Patrick, of age, daughter of John Patrick, sister to Wm. Patrick.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1800--August 20, David Bell and William Patrick, surety. David Bell and Rebeccah Patrick, daughter of John Patrick (consent). Teste: Wm. Patrick, James Gwinn.

Information on John Patrick

Children's birthdates from following source: http://www.aldhizer.com/genealogy/family_directory/PS05/PS05_077.htm