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Name Ludwick Stone
Unknown Ludwick Stein
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Ludwick Stone was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Virginia

Acquisition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:


  • Pages 200-03. 15-16 Dec. 1735. Jacob Stover of St. Mark's Parish, Orange County, to Ludwick Stone of same. Lease and release; for £84 current money. Three tracts, one of 400 acres on the north side Gerando (Shenandoah)... on the river corner to Mathias Selser. Another 400 acres... on the river corner to Mathias Selser... the third 300 acres... on the river. (signed) Jacob (J S) Stover. Wit: John Bramham, Gideon Marr, Wm. Terrill (Terrell). 16 Dec. 1735. Acknowledged by Jacob Stover. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 16].


Disposition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:


  • Pages 425-28. 23 Feb. 1736/7. Ludowick Stone of Orange County to Michael Coffman. Lease and release; for £24 current money. 217 acres on Gerundo (Shenandoah) River... on the north side... part of a tract formerly granted unto Jacob Stover. (signed) Ludwig Stein. Wit: Gideon Marr, Jno. Newport. 24 Feb. 1736 [1737]. Acknowledged by Ludwick Stone. William Russell, Gent., opposed its being recorded because Stone was indebted to him £12.12.- unless Stone gave security. Stone promised to pay him when due. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 29].
  • Pages 422-25. 23-24 Feb. 1736/7. Ludwick Stone of Orange County to Michael Cryter of the Province of Pennsylvania. Lease and release; for £100 current money. Three tracts, the first 200 acres on Gerundo (Shenandoah) River on the south side between Mathias Selser and Michael Coffman. Also 200 acres, the uppermost of the Mosonutten lotts, at the uppermost corner of Stover's survey, and joyns at the upper side of Martin coffman's upper tract... The other, 100 acres near Elk lick on the north side Gerundo adjoyning to Martin Coffman and John Prupecker. (signed) Ludwick Stein (Stone). Wit: Gideon Marr, John Newport. 24 Feb. 1736 [1737]. Adknowledged by Ludwick Stone. William Russell, Gent., made a motion that the land might not be recorded because Stone was indebteded to him £12.12.-. Stone acknowledged the obligation and said he would pay the money when due. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 29].
  • Pages 428-31. 24-23 [sic] Feb. 1736/7. Ludwick Stone at Gerundo, Orange County, to Martin Coffman of the Province of Pennsylvania. Lease and release; for £200 current money of Virginia. Three tracts on Gerundo (Shenandoah) River, one of 217 acres on the north side above Mathias Selser's uppermost tract. Next on the south side the said river, 200 acres. The other on the north side the river at Elk Lick and adjoyneth to Michael Cryter and John Propecker's lower tract, 100 acres, part of 200 acres granted to Stone by Jacob Stover. (signed) Ludwig Stein. Wit: Gid'n Marr, Jno. Newport. 24 Feb. 1736. Acknowledged by Ludwick Stone. William Russell, Gent., opposed its being recorded because Stone was indebeted to him £12-12.-. Stone promised to pay when due. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 30].
  • Pages 138-40. 21-22 March 1738 [1739]. Ludwick Stone of Orange County to Michael Rineheard of same. Lease and release for £80 current money. 600 acres, being the remains of Ludwick Stone's divident of land purchased out of the Mesenuting tract granted to Jacob Stover. (signed) Ludwick Stone. Wit: Timos. Terrell, John Newport, Abraham Carr. 22 March 1738 [1739]. Acknowledged by Ludwick Stone. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 3, Dorman, pg. 10].