Person:John Sharp (74)

John Sharp, Sr.
d.bef. 28 September 1830 Bedford County, Virginia
m. BEF 1735
  1. Rebecca Sharp1735 - 1793
  2. John Sharp, Sr.ABT 1738 - bef 1830
  3. Adam SharpABT 1739 - 1816
  4. Margaret 'Margery' Sharp1740-1744 -
  5. Catherine Sharp1743-1749 -
  6. Abraham Sharpabt 1744 - 1823
  • HJohn Sharp, Sr.ABT 1738 - bef 1830
  • WAnne DooleyABT 1743 - AFT 1830
m. 25 JAN 1762
  1. Solomon Sharp1763 - 1847
  2. Samson Sharp1767 - 1854
  3. Noah SharpABT 1772 - bef 1823
  4. Hulty 'Hulda' Sharp1780 -
  5. Beresheba Sharp1780 -
  6. John Sharp, Jr.1782 - AFT 1850
  7. Lott Sharp1785 -
Facts and Events
Name John Sharp, Sr.
Alt Name John Shaup, Sr.
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1738 Prob. Pennsylvania
Marriage 25 JAN 1762 Bedford County, Virginiato Anne Dooley
Death? bef. 28 September 1830 Bedford County, Virginia
Vital Records

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John Sharp 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 112.--16th May, 1759. Jacob ( ) Hermon to John and Adam Shaup, heirs of Mathew Shaup, £40, 350 acres devised to John and Adam by Mathew's will, their father, near upper end of Peaked Mountain Teste: Jno. Couts, Jacob Parsinger, Jacob Goodman.

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 791.--25th December, 1764. John Sharp and Ann ( ) and Adam Sharp, of Bedford, to Jacob Persinger, £140, 350 acres devised to John and Adam by their father Mathew Sharp, who purchased it from Jacob Harmon and it was conveyed to John and Adam since the death of Mathew, 16th May, 1759, near upper end of the Peaked Mountain. Teste: Michael Prinder, Christopher ( ) Persinger, Mikell ( ) Barnett. Delivered: Anthony Ailer, April, 1772.