Facts and Events
John Wiley was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Will/Estate Records of John Wiley
- Page 113.--11th December, 1748. John Willey (Wiley)'s will--Daughters, Jean and Margaret; son, George. Executors, Alexander Mathews and George Leath. Jean is aged 7 years 13th of next June. Margaret is aged 5 years 23d of next April. George is aged 2 years 23d of next April. Teste: Thos. Brown, William Beames.
- Page 114.--16th February, 1748 (prob. 1748/49). Executors qualify on above, with sureties Daniel Stover, Peter Rufenough (signed Peter Ufner). (Note: immediately follows record above).
- Page 179.--16th August, 1749. John Wiley's appraisement by Saml. Odell, Josiah Parent, John Davis. Work done for Barney Regan.
- Vol. 2 - Page 66.--22d May, 1750: Orphan George Wiley bound to George Leeth.
- Vol. 1 - MAY 22, 1750. (360) Church Wardens to bind out Jane O'Neal, Margaret O'Neal, and George Wiley, orphans of John Wiley, decd. (Note: this record appears to indicate that John's wife had been previously married to an O'Neal, note appraisement above)), more research necessary).
- Vol. 2 - Page 63.--28th August, 1750: Orphan Jane O'Neal bound to Alex. Mathews (aged 8 years last July).