Person:Robert Dickey (24)

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Robert Dickey
b.ABT 1732 Ireland
m. ABT 1755
  1. Robert DickeyBEF 1757 -
  2. Amelia Dickey1760-1775 -
  3. Maria DickeyABT 1760 -
  4. James DickeyABT 1763 -
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Name Robert Dickey
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1732 Ireland
Marriage ABT 1755 to Amelia Matthews
Death? ABT 1803 Rockingham County, Virginia

Robert Dickey was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land in Virginia:


  • Page 187.--21st May, 1771. Zebulon ( ) and Reuben Harrison to Robert Dickey, £30, 18 acres patented to John Harrison, deceased, 26th July, 1765, and by him devised to grantors, said Harrison's land. Delivered: Robert Dickey, April, 1773. [Chalkley's, Vol. 3].
  • Page 76 - Land Survey, Robert Dickey, 178 acres, between Smith's Creek and Peaked Mountain. Adjoining Friddlies, Lockey, Murry, Morris, Armentrout. September 3, 1787. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 123].

Records of Robert Dickey in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 59.--18th November, 1767. John Harrison's estate settlement, recorded--Cash paid Iowel (Joel) Roboson, Thomas Wales. Sold, viz: to John Nedomtoone, John McDonnald, Alex. McDonald, Robert Dickey, Joseph English, John Needham, Jacob Decoson, Jacob Grub, Joseph Langdon, Danl. Prentice, Danl. Ponder, Jonathan Langdon, Jacob Peters.


Sources

http://www1.iwvisp.com/bobkeyes/Matthews/Robert%20Mathews%20Descendants.html
References
  1.   Harrison, J. Houston (John Houston). Settlers by the Long Grey Trail: Some Pioneers to Old Augusta County, Virginia, and Their Descendants of the Family of Harrison and Allied Lines. (Dayton, Virginia : J.K. Ruebush Co., 1935).

    Robert Dickey mentioned on pg. 184, 187 and 337.