Facts and Events
Nicholas Allstot was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 384.--20th June, 1769. John Burk to Nicholas Alstot, £200, 163 acres, part of 400 patented to Lewis and John Neal, 1st December, 1740, and by them conveyed to William Burk, deceased, and by him devised to said John; corner Steven Conrod. Delivered: Peter Conrod. 21st April. 1784.
- Page 126.--16th March, 1773. John Burk to Nicholas Allstot, part of 400 acres patented to Lewis and John Neill, 1st December, 1740, and by them conveyed to William Burk, deceased, father of said John Burk. Delivered: Peter Conrod, 21st April, 1784.
Information on Nicholas Allstot
- Daniel Alstott moved to Kentucky around 1790 with his Boone neighbors from Rockingham County, Virginia. His father, Nicholas Alstott, had moved from Berks County, Pennsylvania to Rockingham County, Virginia, in the 1780s, right after the Revolutionary War. Daniel married Mary "Polly" Devers in Lincoln County, KY, in 1795. He died around 1806 leaving a young wife and four small children. Polly then married Charles Carter and the Alstott children were raised in the Carter household. [Source: http://www.altstatt.org/Pg2.20.14a.html] (Note: Based upon the land acquisitions listed above, Nicholas Allstat had migrated to the Shenandoah River of Augusta County prior to 1769).
- Chalkley's Chronicles - Augusta County Records
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