Person:Michael Clore (5)

Watchers
Johann Michael Clore
m. 1685
  1. Johann Michael Keller1680 - 1755
  2. Johann Michael Clore1687 - 1763
  3. Hans Michael Klaar1687 - 1763
  4. Susanna KlaarBet 1691 - 1692 - 1719
  5. Anna Maria Klaar1698 - 1724
  6. Anna Barbara Claren Clore1702 - 1703
  7. Hans Adam Klaar1704 - 1704
  8. Anna Barbara Clore1706 -
  • HJohann Michael Clore1687 - 1763
  • WMaria UnknownBef 1694 -
m. Bef. 1712
  1. Agnes Margaret Clore1711/12 -
  2. Andreas Clore1713 -
  3. Catherine CloreAbt 1715 -
  4. Johann Georg Klaar1716 - 1751
  5. John CloreEst 1717-1725 - 1785
  6. Margaret CloreEst 1718-1732 -
  7. Peter Clore1726 - Bef 1763
Facts and Events
Name[1] Johann Michael Clore
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1687 Gemmingen, Baden
Marriage Bef. 1712 to Maria Unknown
Death[1] 17 MAR 1763 Culpeper County, Virginia


Early Land Acquisition in Orange County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:


  • Page 32. Michael Claure's land being 698 acres for which he has taken out a pattent in his own and his son John Claur's name, is divided between him the said Michael Claure and his son John Claure.. the upper part being 400 acres is appropriated for John Claure and the lower one being 298 (acres) to Michael Clore. Admitted to record. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 3].
  • Pages 224-25. 28 Aug. 1740. Robert Green, Gent., Sheriff of Orange County, to Michael Clore of same, planter. On 27 7ber [Sept.] 1739, Zachary Lewis, Gent. obtained a judgement for ₤3.12.6 in a suit by attachment against the estate of Zachary Martin together with an order for sale by certain land belonging to Martin. In a suit by attachment for ₤18 current money, the Sheriff attached 200 acres between the land where Martin lived and the land of Broadly. Plaintiff proved his account to be ₤3.12.6. Robert Green in Feb. 1739 [1740] exposed the land to sale by public auction. Michael Clore bid ₤5 current money and was the highest bidder. (signed) Robert Green S.O.C. Wit: James Porteus, Jno. Christopher, David Cail. 28 June 1740. Acknowledged by Robert Green, Gent., Sheriff. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 4, Dorman, pg. 49].
  • Pages 220-23. 8-9 April 1743. Michael Oneal of Orange County to Michaell Clore of same. Lease and release; for ₤20 current money. 100 acres in the fork of the Robinson River, part of 698 acres granted to the said Michaell Clore and John Clore and by Michaell Clore sold to Michaell Oneal 19-20 May 1735... lower corner of Clore's land... on the river... (signed) Mic'l (/) Oneal. Wit: Catlett Conway, John Newport, James Porteus. 26 May 1743. Proved by Catlet Conway, John Newport and James Porteus. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 7, Dorman, pg. 52].
  • Pg. 197-199. Indenture 21 Aug. 1744 between Christopher Moyer, Saint Mark's Parish, Orange County.. and Michael Clore of same.. deeds of lease and release.. payment of £37.. for 300 acres north side of Robinson River.. it being part of a patent of George Moyer.. 28 September 1728... (signed) Christopher (X) Moyer (Seal).
Witnesses: William Henderson, George (X) Moyer, Michel (X) Moyer.
Recorded Orange County 27 September 1744... Catherine, wife of sd. Christopher, examined privately. [Orange County Deed Book 9, Dorman, pg. 22].


Disposition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:


  • Pages 24-28. 19-20 May 1735. Michael Claure of Orange County to Martin Wallick of same. Lease and release; for ₤25 current money. 100 acres, part of a pattent granted to Michael Claure... on the north side of the Roberson River... into Michael Oneal's line... in Michael Claur's line... up the said river... (signed) Michael (H) Claure. 20 May 1735. Acknowledged by Michael Claure. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 2-3].
  • Pages 28-32. 19-20 May 1735. Michael Claure of Orange County to Martin Wallick of same. Lease and release; for ₤25 current money. 100 acres, part of a pattent granted to Michael Claure and John Claure. (signed) Michael Claure. 20 May 1735. Acknowledged by Michael Claure. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 3].
  • Pg. 196-197. Indenture 21 Aug. 1745 between Michael Clore of Orange County and Timothy Torrell of same... for five shillings.. sells 197 acres being part of a Pattent for 1000 acres granted to Richard Mauldin bearing date 26 March 1735.. beginning.. on the north fork of the Robingon Runn.... (signed) Mical (H) Clore (seal). Witnesses: Frans. Moore, James Suggett, G. Hume. Recorded Orange County 22 August 1745.. lease acknowledged. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 10, Dorman, pg. 46].
  • Pg. 198-199. Indenture 22 Aug. 1745 between Michael Clore of Orange County and Timothy Torrell of same... for ₤6.06.0.. paid for 197 acres, being part of a Pattent for 1,000 acres granted to Richard Mauldin 26 March 1734.. being sold by Robert Green, Gent., Sheriff by an order of the Court of Orange County.. Judgement obtained by Zachary Lewis.. (signed) Mical (X) Clore (seal). Witnesses: Frans. Moore, James Suggett, G. Hume. Recorded Orange County 22 August 1745.. release acknowledged. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 10, Dorman, pg. 46].
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