Person:Joseph Gregory (6)

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Joseph Gregory
b.est.. 1738 Virginia
 
m. abt. 1732
  1. William Gregoryest 1733 - bef 1779
  2. John Gregoryabt 1735 - abt 1786
  3. Napthalum Gregory, Jr.abt 1737 -
  4. Joseph Gregoryest 1738 -
  5. Samuel Gregoryabt 1740 -
  6. Christian Gregoryabt 1743 -
  7. James Gregory1747 - bef 1771
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Name Joseph Gregory
Gender Male
Birth? est.. 1738 Virginia

Joseph Gregory was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 273.--18th May, 1773. Joseph Gregory, heir-at-law of James Gregory, deceased, to Arthur Hickman, on West Fork of James River, called Back Creek. Delivered: Robert Clark, June, 1783.
  • Page 159.--21st October, 1779. Joseph Gregory, eldest brother and heir-at-law of William Gregory, deceased, of Monengehalia, and Ann, to Samuel Gregory, tract known as Sugar Tree Bottom, on Back Creek of James River, conveyed by William Lewis to William Gregory, deceased, 17th November, 1772. Teste: Elijah Poage.
  • Page 374.--6th August, 1788. Joseph Gregory, brother and heir-at-law of William Gregory, deceased, who was original proprietor, by his attorney, John Gregory, of Harrison County, to John Dever. Teste: William Burk, James Townsend, Zekail Townsend, Jacob Storkley.


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 17, 1774. - (327) Road from Joseph Gregory's to William Hamilton's, on Monongahela River, to be viewed by Jacob Warrick, John Warrick, Richard Eliot and Ralph Stuart.
  • Page 124.--15th August, 1785. Charles Hamilton and Margaret to Roger Hickman, 280 acres conveyed by Joseph Gregory to Arthur Hickman and by decease of Arthur descended to his son, William Hickman, heir-at-law, and by him conveyed to Charles.
  • Page 126.--4th July, 1785. William Hickman, son and heir of Arthur Hickman, of Montgomery County, Maryland, to Charles Hamilton, on West Fork of James River called Back Creek, tract conveyed by Davis to James Gregory, deceased, by whose death it became vested in Joseph Gregory as his heir. Teste: Roger Hickman, John ( ) Tousand, James Ellis.