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William Jameson was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 817.--19th March, 1765. William ( ) Martin, and Agness ( ) to William Jameson, £100, 310 acres on Christian's Creek whereon Martin now lives, conveyed to Martin by Jno. and Robert Thomson, 12th September, 1750; corner Wm. Palmer; George Robinson's corner (now Wm. Henderson's land), plat surveyed for Wm. Russell (now Alex. Thomson's land). Teste: Hugh Martin, Mathew Harper, Wm. Doherty. Delivered: Wm. Jameson. 8th November, 1769.
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 156.--6th November, 1769. William Jameson and Margaret to John Jameson, £55, on Christian's Creek, whereon William now lives, conveyed to William by William Martin, 19th March, 1765, 310 acres; corner William Palmer; corner George Robinson, now Samuel Black's land, plot surveyed for Mr. William Russell now Alexander Thompson's land. Teste: William Palmer, Jean ( ) Palmer, William ( ) Calin. Delivered: Samuel Ferguson, 17th August, 1772.
Records of William Jameson in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 29.--6th April, 1768. Samuel McNabb and Isabel) ( ) to Jacob Gabhart, 10 shillings, 225 acres, part of a larger tract surveyed for Thomas Percy, deceased, in Beverley Manor conveyed to him, 28th February, 1749, this part being bounded, viz., joining John Campbell, William McClintick and James Percy. Teste: Mathias Gabert, William Jamison, Andrew Thompson. Delivered: Jacob Gabhert, August Court, 1769.