Facts and Events
Lodwick Shaddow was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Estate Records of Shaddow
- Page 203.--6th July, 1773. Ladowak Shadow's will--Executor, Jacob Doran, sole heir, "loving friend Jacob Doran." Teste: Wm. Mathews, James Reburn, John Nickle. Proved, 15th March, 1774, by Mathews and Nickle. Jacob Doran qualifies with William Mathews.
- Page 267.--17th August, 1774. Recorded. Lodwick Shaddow's appraisement by ____ ____--Four Duch Books, 15/0; apple trees, 7/0.
- Vol. 1 - MARCH 22, 1780. - (195) Jacob Doran, executor and only heir-at-law of Ludwick Shadow, deceased, produced a certificate under the hand and seal of Col. Henry Boquet's, dated 15 November, 1762, of said Shaw's service as a Sergeant on Boquet's expedition.--Allowed a certificate.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 1 - MARCH 16, 1773. - (2) Hemp certificates: Ludwick Shadow, Jacob Doran.
- Vol. 1 - SINGLE PAPER. - 16th December, 1780.--John Poage gives this public notice: That the following persons propose making inclusive surveys, viz: Leonard Bell, round the land where he lives in the Cow Pasture; Jacob Doran, round the land he got of Ludwick Shaddow, near William Mathews; John Archer, round the land where he lives on north side Middle River; Samuel Henderson and James Crawford, joining the land formerly Thomas Stevenson's.