Person:Nathaniel Cartmell (1)

Watchers
Nathaniel Cartmell, of Frederick County, VA
m. Abt. 1710
  1. John Cartmill, of the Cowpasture, Augusta County, VAAbt 1710 - bef 1773
  2. Henry Cartmill, of the Cowpasture and Purgatory Creek, Augusta County, VAAbt 1716 - 1786
  3. Thomas Cartmill1720 - 1780
  4. Nathaniel Cartmell, of Frederick County, VA1725 - 1795
  5. Edward Cartmellabt 1729 -
  • HNathaniel Cartmell, of Frederick County, VA1725 - 1795
  • WSarah Russell1728 - 1815
  1. Thomas Cartmell1751 - 1808
  2. Nathan Cartmell1753 - 1826
  3. Elizabeth Cartmill
  4. Rachel Cartmill
  5. Mary Cartmill
  6. Sarah Cartmell1765 -
Facts and Events
Name Nathaniel Cartmell, of Frederick County, VA
Alt Name Nathaniel Cartmill
Gender Male
Birth? 1725 Poss. New Jersey or Delaware
Death? 6 Oct 1795 Frederick, Virginia, United States



Contents

Acquisition of Land in Frederick County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants 1742-1775, Volume 2:


  • N-261: Nathanel Cartmill of Frederick County, 133 acres in said County. Surv. William Bayliss. Adj. Benjamin Smith, Nathan Cartmill, 4 Oct. 1766. [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1742-1775, Vol. 2, pg. 182].


Records in Frederick County, VA

1782 Personal Property Tax of Frederick Co. VA
Nath'l Cartmell
John Cartmell
Thomas Cartmell
Nathan Cartmell
Nathaniel Cartmell Junr.


Will

Cartmill, Nathaniel
Will: 7 Feb. 1795 [written]/6 Oct. 1795 [proven]
Wife: Sarah
Children: Thomas, Nathaniel, Nathan, John, Jacob, Elijah, Solomon, Martin (youngest), Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Michael Archdeacon, Eleanor wife of James Cochrane, Rachell wife of Henry Crist, Mary wife of Nathaniel Willis.
To wife, all slaves, personal estate and plantation, to be held in common with youngest son Martin. If they do not so choose, property to be divided into thirds by commissioners of Frederick Co. Court, third to wife during her natural life, at death to Martin. "Wishing wife to be as independent as possible, power given her to dispose of part of estate. Three named slaves to wife. All bonds, notes, book debts and cash on hand at time of death to payment of debts.
To sons Thomas, Nathaniel, Nathan, John and Jacob, each one shilling, having given each heretofore as much as the situation of my estate would admit of in justice to my other children.
To son Elijah, £200 in addition to sum previously given him.
To support and maintenance of daughter Elizabeth, a negro wench and £100 to be held by son Thomas in trust, to be applied by him as necessities of daughter Elizabeth shall require, "fully relying this son Thomas will do her justice to be expected from an affectionate brother". Slave and increase and unexpended balance of £100 to be disposed of by Elizabeth in her last will and testament.
To daughters Eleanor, Rachell and Mary, each £100.
Plantation where I now live to be divided, half to son Solomon, also tract in North Mountain, slave, livestock and fifth part of grain crop now in the ground.
Exrs: Sons Thomas and Martin
Wit: Aquilla Dyson, Nathaniel Cartmill, J.G. Peyton
Sec: Henry Baylis, William Eskridge, Solomon Cartmill
Bond: £5,000.
[pg. 64-67].
[Source: Frederick County, Virginia: Wills & Administrations, 1795-1816, pg. 4-5].


Information on Nathaniel Cartmell

From "Pioneers of Old Frederick Country, Virginia", by Cecil O'dell, pg. 304:


David Glass purchased 114 acres from Lord Fairfax on 30 June 1761. This land, located adjacent to the 250-acre tract which he had received from his father Samuel and adjacent west of his brother Robert's 544-acre tract, is on the north side of Opequon Creek. (Tract 168, Map 8) David and his wife Susannah sold 1 1/4 acres of the 250-acre tract "where he now lives" to Nathaniel Cartmell for 20 shillings on 4 November 1760.