Person:Richard Yarborough (3)

Watchers
Richard Yarborough
b.18 MAR 1747/48 , , Prince George, Va.,
 
m. 10 MAR 1743
  1. James Smith Yarborough1745 -
  2. Richard Yarborough1747/48 -
  3. Elizabeth Yarborough1750 -
  4. William Yarborough1753 -
  5. Ossweld Yarborough1756 -
  6. Joseph Yarboroughabt 1758 - 1827
Facts and Events
Name Richard Yarborough
Gender Male
Birth[1] 18 MAR 1747/48 , , Prince George, Va.,
Other[2][3] 25 OCT 1794 , , Prince Edward, Va.,Legal
References
  1. Chamberlayne, C. G. The vestry book and register of Bristol Parish, Virginia, 1720-1789. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), pp. 394-395.
  2. Prince Edward County, Virginia Will Book, Bk 2, pp. 205-8 & 221-23.
  3. Oath by Richard Yarbrough, sworn to in Nansemond County, Virginia, states that the reason that appraisers were not prerasent at the sale [of his father's estate, of which he was co-executor] was because of his remote situation and apprehensions that the estate might be wasted by an imprudent brother who had been in possession of it and who had wasted a considerable part of it; says the negroes fled to him (Richard Yarbrough) in Petersburg to prevent James S. Yarbrough conveying them to Mississippi the place that he was then destined for . . . reason he is tardy filing estate was that he had settled all with parties interested under his father's will except a young brother [presumably either Oswald or Joseph] who also went out of this county but he having safely returned, Richard fedlt it right to transmit papers to Prince Edward Court to be recorded. Oath was made 25 Oct 1794, recorded 17 Feb 1794/5.