William Mark, of Linville Creek
Facts and Events
||William Mark, of Linville Creek
William Mark was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - DELINQUENTS. 1748 - Wm. Mark, not found. (Note: listed among many others).
- Vol. 1 - MAY AND AUGUST, 1748. - William Mark vs. Abraham Potter.--Account for one saddle. Writ 21st April, 1748. Defendant lived near mouth of Linvill's Creek. Mark's wife was sister of Samuel Stuart (?).
- Vol. 1 -AUGUST, 1750 (A). - William Mach vs. Samuel Stuart.--(Did William marry Stuart's sister? See Supra.)
- Page 306.--15th May, 1761. Same (James Claypool, Jr., and Margaret ( ), of Hampshire County)to same (Jacob Gum), £20, patented to said James, 10th September, 1755, on a branch of Linvel's Creek; William Mark's land; John Bryan's land; 48 acres. Delivered.
- Page 429.--16th October, 1765. Capt. Daniel Smith's settlement of estate of Robert Harrison allowed and recorded--Paid George Skilerton (Skileron?); paid Edmond Pendleton, Joseph Langdon, Jno. Stewart, Felix Ohlpman, Capt. Francis Thornton, Solomon Turpin, George Lindwad, Christian Groob, Christian Wilson, Henry Flesher, Doctor Caulval, Peter Watkins, John Crow, Jeremiah Ragen, William Grad, Wm. Minter, Jno. Phears. Isaac Johnston. Sale bill of above estate to, viz: Dennis Henry, Wm. Marks, Wm. McMullen, Toms Thomas, Capt. Waran, Arthur Trader, Neil Linch, Jno. Gum, Ezeriah Worden, Zebulon (Binenran) Harrison. To attendance and necessaries found for the deceased during the time he remained sick at my house, where he did from the 10th February to 25th May, 1761, being 3 months and 15 days.
- Vol. 2 - Sites vs. Rader--O. S. 193; N. S. 68--Bill, 1811. Orator Christian Sites in 1803 bought from John Gum a tract in Rockingham. There is an interlock of 23-1/2 acres claimed by Michael Lincoln under Jost Hite and 53 acres formerly owned by Philip Rymel, who held under Hite. Gum claimed under a patent to Timothy Coe in 1756, who sold to John's father Jacob Gum. Timothy died and his interest was supposed to be vested in his son and heir-at-law Timothy Coe. John Gum had a brother Jacob. Timothy was not Timothy's eldest son and heir, but the eldest son and heir was John Coe, who long since removed out of Virginia. The patent to Timothy Coe was founded on a survey in 1794 [sic. s/b 1749, see below] for William Mark (?) for 190 acres. John Gum has moved to Kentucky, where he died intestate, and his administrator, Sheppard Gum, assigned the bonds to John Rader. Tuliver Whitehurst (Whitehouse) deposes in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio. Comfort Whitehurst, sister of Gum, deposes as above. Jacob Whitehurst, nephew of Gum, deposes as above. John Vance deposes as above; formerly owned land in Rockingham; (Sites?) had a son-in-law Henry Mays. Oden Whitehouse deposes in Rockingham; nephew of Gum. George Sites, son of Christian, deposes in Rockingham, 1812. Peter Sites deposes he and Jacob Showalter were brothers-in-law. Peter and Christian were brothers. Deed dated 18th July, 1797, by Philip Ryemil and Catheren, his wife, of Rockingham to Christian Sites. Lot No. 8 of Hites' grant. Record in Rockingham, July, 1797. Copy of survey, 1749, for Wm. Marks, 190 acres on Linvell's Creek. Copy of the grant courses now in dispute. Agreement 18th March, 1803, between John Gum and Christian Seyth, 100 acres in Rockingham.