Person:John Robinson (187)

Watchers
m. 1694
  1. Capt. George RobinsonBet 1692 - 1695 - 1763
  2. Catherine Robinson1694 - 1760
  3. Ann RobinsonABT 1696 -
  4. James RobinsonABT 1698 - BEF 1752
  5. William RobinsonABT 1699 -
  6. Thomas RobinsonABT 1704 -
  7. John RobinsonABT 1706 -
  8. Joseph RobinsonABT 1708 -
  9. Priscilla Robinson1715 - 1774
  10. David RobinsonABT 1717 - bef 1787
  11. Margaret 'Phoebe' Robinson1721 - 1801
  1. John Robinson, Jr.bef 1732 -
Facts and Events
Name John Robinson
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1706 New Castle County, Delaware
Death? Augusta County, Virginia

John Robinson 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 64.--21st March, 1753. Same (From James Patton, Sr.) to John Robinson, Sr., 300 acres, part of large tract patented 10th April, 1751. North Fork of Goose Creek; corner John Robinson, Jr.


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 429.--14th May, 1753. John Robinson, Sr., to William Robinson, 200 acres, part of two tracts. Patented to John, 25th July, 1746. South Fork Goose Creek. Cor. Joseph Robinson. Teste: Charles Brookin, John, Thomas, Joseph and Esther Robinson.
  • Page 432.--7th August, 1753. John Robinson and Mary to James Robinson, son and heir of James Robinson, deceased, 150 acres same as above (part of two tracts. Patented to John, 25th July, 1746. South Fork Goose Creek. Cor. Joseph Robinson.) Teste: James Gorrell, Wm. McCrab, Jacob Brown, Elizabeth Robinson.

Notes

8. JOHN ROBINSON b ca 1710 md Mary. On 6 Apr 1744 Edward Robinson of Mill Creek Hundred & John Robinson same place, mill wright bound himself for eight pounds 14 shillings. (Edward Robinson was probably a cousin. He was a son of Robert Robinson. ) Paid unto John Robinson & Mary his wife one quarter of Mills & Mill Lot commonly called Robinson's Mills. (NC Co, DB Q, pg 173). On 20 May 1747 he and his wife, Mary granted unto David Robinson his right to the Robinson Mills (DB Q, pg 61) Moved to Augusta County, VA. and on 21 Mar 1753 purchases land from James Patton. John Howard against a John Robinson, Blacksmith in Court Records of Botetourt Co., VA on 1770. (Botetourt Co., VA, pg 70)