- Philip North1767 -
Facts and Events
Philip North was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of Philip North in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 344.--Above estate (Estate of Roger North) settled by Catherine North, administratrix 1776, November 7, paid James Clarke for freedom dues; 1777, May 29, paid Alex. Brownlee, 11 months' storekeeping; August 28, paid Mr. Curry for teaching (schooling) Phill.; September 30, paid Michael Bowyer for do; 1777, by cash from Capt. Hays for soldiers; September 2, by cash from Wm. Rush, son to John; by cash from Jno. Jonett.
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST 20, 1783. (85) Philip North, orphan of Roger North, chose Sampson Mathews his guardian.
- Vol. 1 - AUGUST 20, 1785. - (237) Joseph Irving vs. Philip North.--Deft. being infant, can only appear by his guardian ad litem.
- Vol. 1 - MAY, 1786 (M to P). - Sampson Mathews and Catherine, his wife, late Catherine Parks, late Catherine North, administratrix of Roger North, deceased, and Philip North, eldest son and heir of Roger North, deceased, vs. Owen Owens and Samuel Lewis.--Writ, 10th December, 1783.
- Page 537.--20th September, 1786. Roger North's estate settled--1783, cash paid Burns for repairing 2 swords broke by Philip North in Staunton; 1783, cash paid for 1 book (Cicero); 1783, cash paid Dr. Tindall for cleaning his teeth and powder; 1784, cash paid for 2 books--Horace and Cicero; 1786, cash paid for a lawn apron to Miss Timberlake; 1786, cash paid Blair and Timberlake for board and tuition; 1785, cash paid for an Algebra; 1785, cash paid Stephen May for teaching Philip to dance; 1785, cash paid Mr. Wilson for tuition; 1786, cash paid A. M. Onesney for teaching P. N., French. Above is guardian's settlement of accounts of Philip North.
- Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1787 (D to K). - Joseph Irving (Erwin) vs. Philip North (infant).--Writ, 17th May, 1785.
- Page 163.--28th April, 1788. William Crawford, Moses Eastey, surviving partners of themselves and John Beach, deceased, who were joint tenants, to Robert McCulloch, now of the town of Staunton, part of lot 13 in Staunton, opposite George Wilson's lot, now Philip North's.
- Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER, 1790. - Catherine Mathews, by her next friend, Philip North, vs. Sampson Mathews.--Plaintiff married defendant in 1783 and now sues for divorce for cruelty. (Note: Philip North was apparently representing his mother, Catherine in her divorce procedings from Sampson Matthews).
- Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1797 (N to W). - Philip North vs. Keder Old, Administrator Edward Parks.--Writ, 24th February, 1796.
- Page 52.--12th June, 1806. Michael Coleman's will, coachmaker, late of City of Dublin, Earl Street, now of Staunton--To wife, Ann, executrix, with friend Joseph Bamford, attorney-at-law of Dublin, Mecklenburg St.; to children. Teste: Jno. Brown, Jno. C. Sowers, Phill North.
Information on Philip North
5a Philip North, b Ireland 14 Nov 1767, m 19 Mar 1792 Margaret Abney of Augusta Co, Virginia (Descendants of Edmund Abney Sept 2005), and had issue. Deed 1790 516 50 336163 is a complex deed dated 15 Sep 1790 in which Philip North of Virginia, America, but then resident in Dublin, conveyed buildings and land in Little Strand St and Barry St, Dublin, lately in the possession of Philip North chandler deceased [presumed here to be Philip's grandfather], to John Hawkins as trustee with the intention of 'baring docking defeating and destroying all estates tail and all reversions and remainders thereupon,' and it was agreed that William Martin was to sue a writ of entry sur disseisin en lepost to the premises, and a fine sur conuzance de droit come ceo was to be dealt with (CN email 30 Jul 2009). Deed 1794 474 531 305252 of 1 Apr 1794 is another complex deed in which Philip in consideration of £100 added to an existing lease and mortgage agreement (dated 1789) re premises in Greens Alley, Barry St, Dublin, made over the remainder of a £60 annuity to Margaret O'Brien for the rest of her life, at the end of which Philip was to get back both the premises and the annuity. The deed was signed by Edward North under power of attorney for Philip (CN email 11 Mar 2010). In 1799 Philip was back in Dublin: in deed 1799 520 340469 of 12 Jul 1799, he assigned to Jonothan Rice, stationer of Dublin, two fields in Co Dublin, one known as ?park and the other as Woodfield, being part of the town & lands of Ballymolehanstown, otherwise Murphystown, 15 ac 2 rds 30 pchs, lately held by Philip and Emor North under a lease for 12 years renewable made to Philip North by James M Davies on 5 Mar 1799 (CN email 14 Sep 2009)