m. Abt. 1733
- Thomas Wilmoth, Jr.1734 - 1823
- John Wilmouthest 1735-1745 -
Facts and Events
Thomas Wilmoth, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Early Land Survey:
- Page 190 - Thomas Willmott, Jr., 38 acres, Potomac River. December 3, 1771. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 68].
Acquisition of Land in Virginia from "History of Randolph County, Virginia":
- Thos. Wilmoth is entitled to 400 acres of land on Cheat River to include settlement made in 1776.
- Thos. Wilmoth, assignee of Geo. Shaver, 400 acres on Cheat River near to lands of settlement of 1776.
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 365--18th November, 1777, Thomas Wilmuth and Ann to Conrod Good, on branches of Skidmore's Run, waters of South Branch of Potomac patented to said Wilmuth, 20th July, 1768.
Records of Thomas Wilmoth, Jr. in Augusta County, VA
- Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 16, 1773. - (223) Henry Peninger, Constable, vice Thomas Wilmoth.
- Page 107.--16th November, 1779. Recorded. Michael Mallow's sale bill--Sold to, viz: Michael Allgyre, Jacob Bragg, Peter Wineman, Jacob Carpenter, Joseph Bennett, Adam Mallow, Jacob Break, Richard Byrns, Martin Judy, Philip Harper, Jno. Rice; to Nicholas Boucher, Jno. Westfall, Peter Vineman, Jno. Higgins, Jacob Goodman, Jacob Heffenor, Christopher Hoofner, Gasper Bogart, Henry Rule, Abel Griffith, Peter Hald, Peter Segerfoot, widow Moser, Aaron Vanscoy, Thos. Bland, Zachary Retsworth, Sarah Harmon, Ludowick Waggoner, Thos. Wilmot, Adam Lock, Michael Peterson, Geo. Walker, Samuel Morrall, Zachary Retsroth, Henry Judy, Jacob Springstone, Jacob Caplinger, John Server, Eve Moser, Lawrence Causan (Cansen?), Robt. Craigard, Gabriel Cyle (Kile).
Information on Thomas Wilmoth, Jr.
From "THE PHARES FAMILY OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA, with a few notes on the allied families of Johnson, Gragg, Reynolds, Hill, Wilmoth, Veneman, and others", by Warren Skidmore:
43 Thomas Wilmouth, Junior, married Agnes (or Ann), a sister of James Wait, on 16 January 1762 at the Cooks Creek Presbyterian Church. She is called Nancy (1738-1828) on her tombstone in the Isner Cemetery in Randolph County. They had lived briefly in Greene (then Orange) County, Virginia, on 100 acres of land at the mouth of Entry Run on the South Branch of the Rapidan River. He purchased this tract in 1764 and sold it in 1769.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 faingambol.FTW.
Date of Import: Mar 12, 2003
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 fain0002 w SW merges.FTW.
Date of Import: Mar 14, 2003
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