Robert Scott, of the South Branch, Shenandoah River, VA
Facts and Events
||Robert Scott, of the South Branch, Shenandoah River, VA
||to Ann Frazier
Robert Scott was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:
- 30 January 1744/5 - Robt. Scott had 157 acres "on Honey Lick Branch" (of the Shenandoah River) surveyed by Thomas Lewis, Surveyor. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 10, Dorman, pg. 54].
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Robert Scott received patent from William Beverley in "Beverley Manor" for 350 acres on 30 July, 1742. (Not shown on Hildebrand Map).
- Vol. 2 - 1744-45, January 30th--Robert Scott, 400 acres north side North River, opposite its mouth. (Note: this land was apparently located near the land of Robert's brother, Samuel on Cub Run on the South Branch of the Shenandoah River).
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 182.—17th May, 1740. Robert_Scott to Mathew Thompson, Jr. Stormy Lick Branch, Jacob Thomas. Patented to Robert, 5th March, 1747. Teste: George Scott, Robt. Hook, Wm. Lamb, Ann, wife of Robert.
- Page 468. - 17th May, 1768. Robert Scott to his son Jacob Scott, £50, 175 acres on north side of Shanando, part of 350 acres patented to Robert Scott, 30th July, 1742, Teste: Samuel Henderson, William Robertson. Delivered: Jacob Scott. 15th November, 1771.
- Page 255. - 17th May, 1773. Robert Scott, Sr. to Robert Scott, Jr., part of 200 acres patented to Robert Scott, Sr. 30th July, 1742, and of 85 acres patented 15th April, 1764 on Collins Lick Run. Delivered to Scott, 4th October, 1777.
Records of Robert Scott in Augusta County, VA
- Vol. 1 - APRIL 14, 1746. - (22) Robert Scot qualified Captain of foot.