Facts and Events
Napthalum Gregory was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
- Source:Chalkley's Chronicles
- Gregory Research Part 3
- Gregory Genealogy
Acquisition of Land in Virginia:
- Page 271 - Mary Gregory, 188 acres, Jackson River. Mentioned James Cunningham. April 1774. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 93]. (Note: Mary Gregory, widow of Napthalum acquired this land on Jackson River).
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST 18, 1762. - (289) Mary Gregory qualifies admx. of her deceased husband, Naphthalum Gregory.
- Page 180.--18th August, 1762. Mary Gregory's bond (with James Gray, Andrew Sitlington), as administratrix of Naphtalum Gregory.
- Page 193.--16th November, 1762. Naphtalum Gregory's appraisement, by Alex. Galespy, Jno. Warwick, Jas. Hamilton. Recorded. Some histories and other books.
- Page 292.--26th September, 1763. Naphtalim Gregory's appraisement and settlement of estate recorded--Debts due the estate, by James Rusk, Jno. Rusk, Jno. Martin's estate. Account of sales on 13th September, 1763--To Jas. Williams, Michael Weaver. Wm. Fitzjarrell, Thos. Kirkpatrick, Richd. Morrison. Jno. Jordan, Joshua Ewing. Articles kept in hands of widow Mary--Some hooks. Paid Jno. Humphries.
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 1 - MAY 20, 1752. - (249) Road ordered from Widow Jackson's to Ueris Creek. Nap. Gregory to do it.
- Page 82.--21st November, 1754. Archibald Boreland's accounts as administrator, vs. estate of Wm. Jackson--Paid Andrew Dunlap, John Harden, Robt. Duffels, Archd. Elliot, Wm. Davis, Alex. Wright, Alex. McAllroy, Michl. Harper, Jno. Carolile, Samuel McAlvery, Jno. Graham, Joseph Mays, Samuel Ferguson, Wm. Elliott, Stephen Wilson, Alex. Gillespy, Naphtalin Gregory, Jno. Warwick, John Crockett, Charles Dunlap, Geo. Lewis, Thos. Bryan, Nathan Patterson, James Boreland, Wm. Hamilton, James Brown, James Lockridge, John Williamson, David Stanley; cash paid James Armstrong; 7 gallons whiskey for 2d vendue; to Jinney Boreland's account proved.
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST 24, 1762. - (329) Napthalum Gregory vs. Stephen Wilson--Abates by death of plaintiff.
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST, 1762 (B). - John David Wilpert, administrator Henry Baughman, vs. Mathew Lindsay.--Invoice of Henry Buchman's estate left in Greenbrier when drove off by the enemy. Witnesses are John Gay, John Warrick, Hugh Young and wife, John Meak (in which house saw same articles, Lawrence Hencemen. Witnesses when they killed the man, Felthe Yoken, Mathes Yoken, Nap. Gregory, Robert Allin, William Elliott.
- Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1775. - This day Mary Gregory came before me and made oath that the Indians came to her house and took from her four hogs and one cow of the value of eleven pounds, ten shillings about five years ago. Given under my hand this 22d March, 1775. (Signed) John Poage. They said they were Mingoes. Mr(s). Gregory lives on the head of Greenbrier.