Person:Robert Caldwell (24)

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Robert Caldwell
 
m. bef 1728
  1. Mary Thankful Caldwell1728 - 1787
  2. George CaldwellEst 1732-1755 -
  3. James CaldwellEst 1732-1755 -
  4. John CaldwellEst 1732-1755 -
  5. Robert CaldwellEst 1732-1755 -
  6. William CaldwellEst 1732-1755 -
  7. David Caldwellbef 1748 -
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Name Robert Caldwell
Gender Male
Birth? Est. 1732-1755 Prob. Augusta County, Virginia
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Source*YearExtractWeRelateNotes
1:227AUGUST 21, 1782. - (420) Deed from Robert Caldwell to Robert Black ordered recorded, and Elizabeth, widow of Samuel Caldwell, relinquished dower.
1:280JUNE 16, 1795. - (314) Jacob Puff, George Pickle, William Caldwell, Robert Caldwell, Nicholas Echers, exempted from levy and poll tax.
2:222Austin vs. Brand--O. S. 300; N. S. 107--From Augusta. _____ Caldwell died, intestate; left sons (eldest), John and Robert.This is presumably Person:Robert Caldwell (24), his father, and his brother.
2:2811786--March 28, Thomas Griffey and Catherine Wright; surety, Jno. Andiddle; daughter of William Right; witness, Ro. Caldwall.
2:3781750-51, February 22d--John Croutch, 200 acres, joining to, or near,James and Edward Williams' entries; bought by Even McDonald, and is to live there next fall. Christian Clayman, 'vid.' Thos. Turk. Robert Caldwell, 'vid.' John McGreery.
2:381 1749-50, March 2d--John O'Neal, 50, on Muddy Creek, joining Wood's land, with one right; 200 at the Great Spring, joining Wood's and Oliver's, with four rights; 300 joining Wood's and Robt. Caldwell's land, Muddy Creek, six rights. Muddy Creek lies just west of Harrisonburg in Rockingham County.
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3:14
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3:324 Page 324.--14th April, 1773. John Caldwell, South River, and Sarah to Mathews, part of 400 acres conveyed to Samuel Caldwell by Love and wife, and Tease, 20th May, 1766. and descended to John as son and heir of Samuel, the other two hundred acres being made over to his brother, Robert Caldwell, since his father's decease. This 200 acres have a saw mill and oyle mill thereon.
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3:550Page 488.--29th April, 1777. Sampson Mathews and Mary and George Mathews and Ann to John Caldwell, 4 tracts--A, on head South River with saw mill and Oyle mill, part of 400 acres conveyed to Samuel Caldwell by Love and Tease 20th May, 1766, and descended to John as eldest son and heir, who conveyed one-half to his brother Robert; B. C. D. patented to Sampson and George 5th July, 1774. Delivered: Daniel Kidd, January, 1779.
3:566Page 486.--20th August, 1782. Robert Callwell to Robert Black, of Bartley County. Elizabeth Caldwell, widdow of Samuel Caldwell, deceased, relinquished dower, conveyed to Robert by John Caldwell.

*Source:Chalkley's Chronicles Unless otherwise Noted