Person:William Renfro (6)

Watchers
m. 1702
  1. William Renfro1702 - 1789
  2. Sgt. James Renfro, Sr.1703 -
  3. Peter Renfro1705 - 1781
  4. Stephen Renfro1707 - Aft 1802
  5. Joseph Renfro1709 - 1776
m. 1726
  1. Thomas RenfroABT 1726 - BEF 1761
  2. Moses Renfro1727/28 - 1824
  3. William Renfro1734 - 1830
  4. Jesse Renfro1736 -
  5. James RenfroABT 1738 -
  6. Isaac Renfro1739 -
  7. John Renfro1742 -
  8. Daughter RenfroABT 1744 -
  9. Daughter RenfroABT 1746 -
Facts and Events
Name William Renfro
Gender Male
Birth? 1702 James City County, Virginia
Marriage 1726 Virginiato Elizabeth Cheney
Death? 1789 Botetourt County, Virginia

William Renfro 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 Orange County, Virginia Records:


  • Pages 191-93. 23-24 July 1740. Robert Mackay of Orange County to William Rentfroe of same. Lease and release; for £17 current money. 828 acres on the west side Shanandoe River on both side Crooked Run, granted Robert Mackay 3 Oct. 1734... on the top of Guard Hill... (signed) Robert Mackay Junr. 24 July 1740. Acknowledged by Robert Mackay Junr. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 4, Dorman, pg. 46].


Records of William Renfro in Orange County, VA

  • Request of William Rentfro, 23 May 1737, tht Peter Woolf of Sol. Frowman be made constable in his stead. [Orange County Virginia Judgements 1735, Dorman, pg. 74].
  • Petition, 23 July 1737. William Rentfrow signed a petition in Orange County, Virginia questioning Thomas Chester's "pressing forward upon us to make a waggon road through the Blue Ridge in a gap called Chester's Gap". [Orange County Virginia Judgements 1736, Dorman, pg. 113].
  • Order, [ ] May 1739. William Renfrow listed on a list of surveyors. [Orange County Virginia Judgements 1736, Dorman, pg. 115].