Facts and Events
William Naylor was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- FC, 2:208, 5 March 1746 - On the petition of James Coddy, Thomas Smith, John Parks, William Naylor, Josiah Arnold, George Potts, Darby McKeaver, Samuel Farrington, George Hoge, Peter Foster, and Walter D[illegible] for a road from Park's graveyard near Cape Capon water, over Dillon's Run, into the Wagon Road on Joseph Edwards's land, it is ordered that the said road be cleared by the siad petitioners and that they work on the same under James Coddy, who is hereby appointed surveyor thereof. And it is further ordered that the said James Coddy cause the said road to be kept in good repair and make bridges thereon where required according to law. [Augusta County Road Orders, 1745-1769].
- Vol. 1 - MARCH 21, 1765. - (247) John Frazier and Wm. Nailer to be summoned for not providing for their families.
Records in Hampshire County, VA
- Land Survey by George Washington: 12 April, 1751 For William Naylor, 269 acres on Cacapon River; granted John Arnold, 20 May, 1760 [K-136]
- [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude E. Gray; Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1987.]
- LANDS AND LAND-OWNERS
- 1801. William Naylor, 50 acres, on Town run. (possibly this William Naylor)
- [Source: History of Hampshire County, West Virginia, from its earliest settlement to the present].