Person:Joseph Trotter (2)

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Joseph Trotter
b.1745 Virginia
m. 1744
  1. Joseph Trotter1745 - 1809
  2. William Trotter1748 - 1797
  3. Samuel TrotterABT 1749 - ABT 1798
  4. John Trotterabt 1750 - Bef 1794
  5. James Trotter1753 - 1827
  6. David TrotterABT 1755 - 1802
  7. George Trotter1759 - 1832
  8. Mary TrotterABT 1765 -
  9. Isaac Trotter1766 -
m. abt. 1763
  1. William Trotter1763 - 1841
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Name Joseph Trotter
Gender Male
Birth? 1745 Virginia
Marriage abt. 1763 Poss. Pennsylvaniato Nancy Jane Allison
Death? 1809 Bourbon County, Kentucky

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

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Records of Joseph Trotter in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 28.--23d May, 1765. Same (From Robert Beverley) to John Brown, £4.5.6, 100 acres in Beverley Manor. Delivered: Joseph Trotter, 2d December, 1785.
  • TITHABLES. - Tithables, 1781; William McPheeters's List: Joseph Trotter (listed among many others).
  • Page 329.-(undated, abt. 1786) -Teste: Joseph Trotter, Alex. Crawford, Charles McDonald, Robert Stuart, Wm. McPheeters, Geo. Berry, Jno. Wilson.
  • Page 13.--15th August, 1786. John Archer's executors to Richard Mathews. 75 acres patented to Sampson Archer and sold to his brother, John Archer, deceased, but no title ever made. Teste: James Cunningham, James McKibbin, Joseph Trotter, Daniel Friel, David Greiner, Hugh McDowell, Alex. Nelson, Jr., Stephen Smith.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY 15, 1787. - (267) Joseph Trotter granted license for retailing goods.
  • Vol. 2 - DISTRICT COURT JUDGMENTS. - SEPTEMBER, 1794 (K to Z). - Joseph Trotter vs. John Brown--Contract of sale of land by Trotter to Brown, 1787. Capias, 21st February, 1792.