Ludwig Waggoner, of South Branch, Potomac River
Facts and Events
Ludwig Waggoner was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 150.--22d May, 1755. John Patton, Sr., to Jno. Dunkle and Ludwick Waggoner, £100, 453 acres granted to Patton by Ro. Green, 5th November, 1748, west side of said (?) river; corner tract sold to Wm. Stephenson. Delivered to grantees, June, 1765.
- Page 306.--18th May, 1762. John Duncle to Ludwick Wagoner, £20, 151 acres on South Fork of Potomac (Patowmack), part of 2643 acres patented to Robert Green, 12th January, 1746, part of which was conveyed to John Patton. and by Patton 453 acres were conveyed to John, and 151 is now laid off for Wagoner. Delivered: Ludwick Wagoner, 19th June, 1765.
Land Grant Surveys in Virginia:
- Page 18 - Lewdwick Waggoner, 47 acres, South Branch Potomack. Adjoining John Dunkle. April 27, 1762. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 7].
Processioning Lists of 1755 & 1767/68
- "Processioning" was the periodic review and agreement of property lines between settler's lands. Processioning Lists are useful in determining the general area of a settlers lands and their neighbors at specific time periods:
- Vol. 2 - Page 148.--1755: Matt. Patton and Wm. Dyer processioned as follows, viz: For Roger Dyer (corner Jacob Sivers), for Jacob Sivers, for Mathias Dise (corner Ludwick Waginer), for Ludwick Wagoner, for John Dunkle (corner Mathew Patton), for William Dyer, present Nicholas Hevanor; for Mathew Patton, for Mathew Patton, for Nicholas Hevernor; for Christian Dasher, present Anthony Bogart; for William Russell, none to show lines; for John Davis; for Peter Haus (Hans), present Postian Hover; for Wm. Russell, present Henry Pickle; for Wm. Russell, none to show, for Wm. Russell, none to show; for Ro. Green's heirs, none to show.
- Vol. 2 - Page 447.--1767-68: John Dunkle and Michael Props procession, viz: For Michael Props, for Frederick Keester, for Nicholas Havener, for Mathew Patton, for Ludwick Wagner, for Nicholas Sivert, for Sebastian Hover for Robert Davis, for Roger Dyer, orphan; for John Dunkle, for Mathias Tice.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records: (unless otherwise listed)
- Page 275.--11th November, 1758. Michael Freez's (Frise) appraisement, by Peter Hole (mark), Paul Shever, Loudwick Waggner--Paid Geo. Homs, Valentine Goyle, Jacob Harper.
- Page 75.--19th August. 1761. Daniel Smith's settlement of estate of Jacob Sivers approved--Paid Woolrick Conrod, Gabriel Kyle; paid 1 clerk's note for swearing into your commission; paid Jno. Wright for crying the vendue; paid Henry Pircy for liquor; paid David Rule; paid Christian Lower (Sower?); paid Paul Shaver; paid Horrical Hufman; paid Henry Baninger; paid Sarah Harrison for liquor for vendue; paid Margaret Johnson for appraising the estate. Sale bill, viz: To John McCoy, Valentine Butcher, Henry Smith, Wm. Snodon, Saml. Briggs, Robt. Gragg, Jno. Dunkle, Ludwick Waggoner, Jno. Skidmore, Jonas Friend, Nicholas Havener. Received of Benj. Hagler, Robt. Minnis, Henry Penigar.
- Page 108.--17th May, 1768. Sale bill and settlement of estate of Andrew Smith, recorded, Henry Penninger, administrator, c. t. a.--Sold to, viz: Mark Swedley, Joseph Skidmore, Jr., Mathias Dice, Ludwick Wagener, Jones Friend, John Dunkle, Jacob Peters, Philip Props, Powel Shanour, Christian Grace (Grad?), Geo. Dunkle, William Waiett, Christian Rolsman, Valentine Gile, Charles Power, Martin Shob, Leners Seaman.
- Page 477.--18th December, 1769. Michael Proops and Catherine to Henry Stone, Ludwick Wagoner, Mark Swadley and Christian Roleman commissioners for the members of the congregation of the Lutheran Church at the South Fork of Potowmack, 5 shillings, 3-1/2 acres, part of 415 acres whereon Michael now lives for use of the congregation forever. Teste: Leonard ( ) Proopst, Robert Davis, Ludwig Adam Wagener, William Davis.
- Vol. 1 - APRIL 11, 1772. - (365) Lewis Wamanstaff, aged 4 years, to be bound to Ludwick Wagoner.--The father has run away.
- Page 209 - John Dunkle, 50 acres, South Branch of Potomac. Adjoining Ludwick Waggoner, Mathew Patton, and his own land. October 14, 1772. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 75].
- Vol. 1 - Delinquents, Augusta County Levy for 1779: Lodowick Waggoner (2 tithables).
- Page 107.--16th November, 1779. Recorded. Michael Mallow's sale bill--Sold to, viz: Michael Allgyre, Jacob Bragg, Peter Wineman, Jacob Carpenter, Joseph Bennett, Adam Mallow, Jacob Break, Richard Byrns, Martin Judy, Philip Harper, Jno. Rice; to Nicholas Boucher, Jno. Westfall, Peter Vineman, Jno. Higgins, Jacob Goodman, Jacob Heffenor, Christopher Hoofner, Gasper Bogart, Henry Rule, Abel Griffith, Peter Hald, Peter Segerfoot, widow Moser, Aaron Vanscoy, Thos. Bland, Zachary Retsworth, Sarah Harmon, Ludowick Waggoner, Thos. Wilmot, Adam Lock, Michael Peterson, Geo. Walker, Samuel Morrall, Zachary Retsroth, Henry Judy, Jacob Springstone, Jacob Caplinger, John Server, Eve Moser, Lawrence Causan (Cansen?), Robt. Craigard, Gabriel Cyle (Kile).
- Page 26 - Jacob Cowger, assignee of Ludwick Waggoner, 73 acres, South Fork of the Potomac. Adjoining Boston Howver. March 23, 1783. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 106].
- Vol. 2 - Dunkle vs. Hull--O. S. 215; N. S. 76--Deed 15th March, 1789, by George Dunkle of Pendleton County to John Dunkle, 7-1/2 acres on South Fork of South Branch of Potomac. Recorded in Pendleton 4th May, 1789. Orator is John Duncle, son of John Duncle. Original deed 22d May, 1755, by John Patton, Sr. to John Dunckle and Ludwick Waggoner, 455 acres conveyed to John by Robert Green, 5th November, 1748, Wm. Stephenson's line. Recorded in Augusta. Will of George Dunkle, Sr., of Pendleton. Sons, George and Jacob; son John's heirs, infants; daughters, Mary Gragg, Elizabeth Hoover, Barbara Hoover. John's children are Elizabeth, Margaret, and John. Dated 27th May, 1802. Recorded in Pendleton.
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