Person:William Hughart (1)

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William Hughart
b.abt. 1744
m. Est. Abt. 1725-1727
  1. Jane 'Jenny' HughartAbt 1728 - 1823
  2. Col. Thomas Hughart1729 - 1810
  3. Nancy HughartEst 1730-1740 -
  4. James Hughartest 1742 - bef 1791
  5. William Hughartabt 1744 - 1813
  • HWilliam Hughartabt 1744 - 1813
  • WJane Hamilton1750 - bet 1787-1791
m. 1792
  1. Thomas Hughart1792 - 1853
  2. James Hughart1799 - 1858
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Name William Hughart
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1744
Marriage 1792 Bath County, Virginiato Jane Hamilton
Death? 1813 Augusta, Virginia

William Hughart was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 59.--21st August, 1766. John Dickinson. Gent., and Martha, to William Hugart. £80, 490 acres on Meadow Creek of Jackson's River, at a place called Great Meadows.


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 226.--17th March, 1768. William Hugart to Andrew and Thomas Lewis, £120, 490 acres on Meadow Creek, a branch of Jackson's River at a place known as the Great Meadow, patented to John Dickenson, 26th _____, 1760, conveyed by John to William 21st August, 1766.


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 90.--16th November, 1762. John Carlile and Mary ( ) to Thomas Hugart. £50, 250 acres in the Calfpasture, part of 600 acres formerly surveyed for James Carolile and by him conveyed to said John; James Carolile's land; Rev. Mr. John Kinkead's land; James Campbell's land; land of Jacob Clemons, deceased. Delivered to Wm. Hugheart, 21st December, 1790.
  • Page 873.--20th May, 1765. Same (from Joseph Carpenter, Sr.) to Solomon Carpenter, planter, £10, 160 acres, John Man's line. Delivered: Wm. Huggart, 4th November, 1772.
  • Page 307.--20th May, 1767. John Dickenson to Benj. Estill, £100, 546 acres on a branch of Jacksons River called the Falling Spring, patented to Adam Dickenson on 1st June, 1750, and conveyed by Adam to John and David Stanley and by them conveyed to John Dickenson; also a survey adjoining above containing 250 acres. Mortgage for payment of £100. Teste: William Hugart, Wm. McClenachan, Jas. McDowell.
  • Page 211.--11th December, 1768. Joseph King's will ( his mark) Eldest son Joseph left in care of wife; children Nicholas and Nelly left to Thomas Hugart; youngest son John left to John Carlile. All to be brought up to the rules of the Church of England. Teste: Saml. Vance, Mary Gregory. Proved, 20th June, 1769, by the witnesses. Administration granted Thos. Hugart, who qualifies with Wm. Hugart, Wm. Kinkead.
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 28, 1770. - (162) William Hugart vs. Joseph Carpenter} Decree for plaintiff for sale of 160 acres on Jackson's River, part of 782 acres patented to Joseph June 1, 1750. Memo.--The land was sold by Edward McMullen, Jan'y., 1771, at public auction, and bought by plaintiff for £90.