Facts and Events
John Scull was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 1 - FEBRUARY, 1749 (A). - Nicholas Gibbon vs. John Scull.--Debt for £30 "proclamation money" on bond dated 1st May, 1746. I, John Scull, of County of Gloucester and Province of New Jersey, to Nicholas Gibbon, of County Salem, New Jersey. "Defendant is a young man from Salem in ye Jersey." Writ dated 18th December, 1747.
- Page 522.--7th August, 1753. Daniel Richardson's will--farmer. Wife, Elizabeth. Executor, Thos. Parsons. Children. Teste: John Knowls, Hunkrist Carlock, John Scull. Proved, 21st November. 1753, by Knowls and Scull, and executor qualifies with surety Benj. Scot and John Patton.
- Page 524.—21st November, 1753. Blandena Westfall's estate appraised by John Cunningham, Henry Lancisco, Peter Thorn, John Scull.
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST 18, 1772 - (402) Admn. of Sebastian Neigley granted to John Shull.