Person:John Paul (15)

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John Paul, Jr.
b.BEF 1765
 
m. bef. 1749
  1. Margaret Paulbef 1749 - 1830
  2. Mary Paul1749 - 1789
  3. Esther (Easter) Paul1754-1780 -
  4. Andrew Paul1754-1780 - BEF 1833
  5. Jean Paul1754-1780 - BEF 1826
  6. James PaulEst 1754-1760 - BEF 1831
  7. John Paul, Jr.BEF 1765 -
  8. Isabella PaulBEF 1772 -
  9. Jennet PaulBEF 1772 -
m. ABT 5 MAR 1785
  1. John PaulBET 1785 AND 1793 -
  2. Andrew PaulBET 1785 AND 1793 -
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Name John Paul, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth? BEF 1765
Marriage ABT 5 MAR 1785 Rockbridge County, Virginiato Agnes Porter
Other? 2 DEC 1811 Rockbridge Co., VA USA220 Acres for $4,800. Deed

John Paul, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Rockbridge County, VA Records

From Rockbridge County, VA records:


  • John Paul vs. James Beaty and Isabel, his wife; Hester, Jane and Jinny Paul--Contest over will of John Paul, Rockbridge, 6th January, 1795. Isabella, daughter of John, testator. (Note: this suit in Rockbridge County is actually referring to John's father, John Paul Sr.).

Augusta County, VA Records

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Porter vs. Paul--O. S. 87; N. S. 29--Deed by John Paul, of Rockbridge, to William Porter and John Porter, Jr., of Rockbridge, dated 17th February, 1804. Releases all claim as legatee under will of John Porter, Sr. Bill states, few years ago, John Porter, father of orators, William and John, died, leaving widow and children, viz: orators and a daughter; wife of John Wilson, and several grandchildren, sons and daughters of daughter who had married John Paul and who died before her father.
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  1.   John Paul Jr. married Agnes Nancy Porter. Marriage record shows Agnes which is gaelic.
    When translated becomes Nancy. She went by the name of Nancy. Found this notation on
    a website: The use of Agnes and Nancy interchangeably has been the cause of much confusion in the past because the Gaelic Agnes becomes Nancy when translated.
    Also, in her father's Will (John Porter of Rockbridge)she is named as daughter Nancy,
    wife of John Paul. Source: Rockbridge County Chancery Court Records