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Name Thomas Alley
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Disambiguation

This article is for the Thomas Alley who settled about 1773 on LIttle river in the portion of Fincastle County that became Montgomery County. This Thomas Alley died of wounds received in 1780 at Bufords Retreat in the Carolina Campaign. He should not be confused with the Person:Thomas Alley (2) who settled a few years later in the Clinch River watershed, in the area that eventually became Washington County, and lived well after 1780.

Data Summary

Source:Summers, 1929
594 January 6th 1773, Fincastle County. Minutes of the court. Thomas Alley is appointed constable to act over New River and it is ordered that he be summonedd to be sworn into the said office according to law.
677 8 Jan 1777. Montgomery County. Minutes of the County Court. Thomas Alley is appointed Constable in the neighborhood of Little River
696 1 Sept 1778. Montgomery County. Minutes of the County Court. James Stafford is appointed constable in the room of Thomas Alley who is discharged from that Office.
761 6 March 1782. Montgomery County. Minutes of the County Court. Thomas Alley is appointed constable in the room of Johnathan Elswick
812 26 April 1786. Montgomery County. Minutes of the County Court. Thomas Alley discontinued as Deputy Sheriff
818 5 April 1787. Montgomery County. Minutes of the County Court. Jane Alley is entitled to pay of Thomas Alley, her husband, who died of wounds received at Bufords Retreat.
829 Not Found
856 2 Dec. 1794 Montgomery County. Minutes of the County Court.Thomas Ally, Sr. fined for behaving in a riotous and disorderly manner in the presnce of the court.
929 5 Sept 1796. Montgomery County. Brief of deeds. Thomas Alley and Susannah his wife grantor, to John Vancil, granttee; for $100, 100 acres N. Side of Little River.
1131 Be it remembered that James Alley Senior, Thomas Alley, and Chrstopher Cooper are bound to the Commonweath in the sum of Fifty pounds that is to say the said James Ally in the sum of twenty-five pounds and each of his securities in the sume of twelve pojunds ten shillings of their repective goods and chanttles and lands to be leveied and to the said Commonweath rendered ye upon this condition that the said James Alley be of good bhavior to all the good people of this commonweath, and particularly to Martin Duncan then this obligation to b void else to remain in full force an d effect
Source:Kegley, 1980
32 Thomas Alley, survey 88 acres, 92 acres; Abstracts of Surveys on New, Clinch and Holston River
93 1771 on List of Tithables on the Head of Little River.
97 1773, Fincastle County, Thomas Alley constable over east side of Little River.
108 1786 Montgomery County, Thomas Alley discontinued as sheriff
117 1777 Montgomery County, Thomas Alley chosen as contstable for Little River
118 1786, Montgomery county, Archy Thompson appointed to relace Thomas Alley in Captain Lorton's Company.
128 April 5 1787, Satisfacotry proof being made that Jane Alley is entitled to the pay of Thomas Alley her husband who died of his wounds received at Buford's Defeat (p818)
150 A list of persons sworn in Capt. McCorkle's Company of Montgmery county, by Stephen Trigg in 1777: Thomas Alley
214 Johnathan Elswick while in Trigg's Company, appointed to serve as constable to replace Thomas Alley. He was replaced in 1782 by Thomas Alley
308 Fincastle County Surveys, Records Plat Book A, 1774. Thomas Alley, 88 acres south side Little River, 92 acres on south side of Little River opposite Jeremiah Pate's surey, 400 acres Little River 1783, Montgomery Co; 200 acres on a treasury warrant assignee of James Brekinridge, assignee of George May on the east sid eof Little River, adjoing land he now lives on, 1783 (Montgomery County Survey)
317 1796, Montgomery County, John Vancil, from Thomas Ally and Susannah his wife, 100 acres on north side of Little River.
371 March 31 1781. A list of Daniel Trigg's Company: Private Thomas Alley


Repository:Virginia Land Grants
Grant Repository:Virginia Land Grants Alley, Thomas, Jr.; 21 August 1800.; Montgomery County.; 100 acres on the Pilot Mountain including the Service Spring a small branch of Little River, waters of New River.; Source: Land Office Grants No. 47, 1800-1801, p. 104 (Reel 113).; Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.;
Grant Repository:Virginia Land Grants Alley, Thomas, Sr.; 1 August 1809.; Montgomery County.; 110 acres on Little River a branch of New River including the land whereon Jane Godby made a survey.; Source: Land Office Grants No. 59, 1809-1810, p. 91 (Reel 125).; Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Grant Repository:Virginia Land Grants Alley, Thomas, Sr.; 7 October 1812.; Montgomery County.; 100 acres on the west side of Little River waters of New River adjoining his own land.; Source: Land Office Grants No. 63, 1812-1813, p. 291 (Reel 129).; Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.