Person:Samuel Love (12)

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Samuel Love
b.aft 1729 Virginia
d.bef. 4 March 1781 Montgomery County, Virginia
m. bef. 1704
  1. John Love1704/05 - 1790
  2. James Love1705 - 1760
  3. William Love1710 - Abt 1780
  4. Jean LoveEst 1712-1737 -
  5. Mary LoveEst 1712-1737 -
  6. Thomas LoveEst 1712-1724 -
  7. Robert Loveabt 1713 - 1786
  8. Alexander LoveAbt 1718 - 1784
  9. Joseph Love1728 - 1804
  10. Samuel Loveaft 1729 - bef 1781
  • HSamuel Loveaft 1729 - bef 1781
  • WDorcas Bell1740 - 1774
m. 03 July 1759
  1. Col. Robert Love1760 - 1846
  2. James Loveest 1761-1770 -
  3. Thomas Loveest 1761-1770 -
  4. William Loveest 1765-1773 -
  5. Sarah Loveest 1765-1774 -
  6. Mary Lovebef 1767 - bef 1798
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Name Samuel Love
Gender Male
Birth? aft 1729 Virginia
Marriage 03 July 1759 Staunton, Augusta County, Virginiato Dorcas Bell
Death? bef. 4 March 1781 Montgomery County, Virginia[Will Probated]

Samuel Love was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 4.--22d May, 1765. Samuel Love and Dorcas to Joseph Love. £10, 44 acres on Black's Run of Christian's Creek, part of 300 acres conveyed by Thos. Black to Samuel, in Beverley Manor; corner James Henderson; corner Joseph's other land. Teste: John Dailey. Wm. Teas, George Francisco.


Will Abstract

Love, Samuel. Will probated March 4, 1781.
Names children: Robert, James, Thomas, William, Sarah and Mary
[A Brief of Wills and Marriages of Montgomery and Fincastle Counties, Virginia, 1733-1831 by Anne Lowry Worrell, pg. 51].


Records of Samuel Love in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:


  • Page 881.--20th May, 1765. John Cloyd and Margret ( ) and Mirian Cloyd and Mary to Joseph Love, £100, 269 acres in Beverley Manor on a branch of Christian's Creek (by virtue of a lease by said Wm. Johnston) called Black's Run; William Henderson's line; Rutledge's line; corner Armstrong's line; corner Samuel Love.