Person:William Rowland (12)

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William Rowland
d.1 November 1776 Virginia
m. bet. 1735-1739
  1. James Rowlandbet 1734-1740 - 1805
  2. William Rowlandbet 1735-1741 - 1776
  3. George Rowlandabt 1738/40 - bef 1792
  4. Lt. Col. Thomas Rowland1741 - bef 1814
  • HWilliam Rowlandbet 1735-1741 - 1776
  • WSarah Potts1744/45 - 1829
m. abt. 1762
  1. Elizabeth Rowland1763 -
  2. Robert Rowlandabt 1764 - 1813
  3. John Rowland1766 - 1843
  4. George Rowlandabt 1767 - 1817
  5. William Rowlandabt 1770 -
  6. Amey 'Amy' Rowlandabt 1772 - 1826
  7. Sarah Rowlandabt 1774 -
Facts and Events
Name William Rowland
Gender Male
Birth[1] bet. 1735-1741 Orange/Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1762 Augusta County, Virginiato Sarah Potts
Death[1] 1 November 1776 Virginia

William Rowland 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 270.-- day , 1763. Robert Rowland and Martha to William Rowland, £50, 113 acres by patent, 10th September, 1755, on waters of James River. Delivered: Pat. Lockhart, September, 1772.


Will Abstract

Rowland, William. Will probate March, 1777.
Non-cup. Will. Equal div. between all his children. No names.
[Source: Early Marriages, Wills and some Revolutionary War Records, Botetourt County, Virginia, Compiled by Anne Lowry Worrell, pg. 62].


Nuncupative Will Transcript

Botetourt County, Virginia Will & Probate: 4 November 1776
"The Nuncupative Will of William Rowland dec taken on the oaths of James Rowland John Potts senr & John Potts junr on Monday the 4th of November 1776 being the third Day after his Decease. The Deponants being severally examined agree and say that three Days before William Rowland Departed this Life James Rowland and John Potts senr asked William if he would not make a will and regulate his affairs.
William answered it was his desire. James asked him in what Mannner he would make it William answered that he would give every child he had an equal Part James said it may be you have some objections viz to have some more than others perhaps you intend to leave your land to your Boys and an equal share of your Moveable Estate to which said William no answer but turned his Head from them.
They say further that they the Deponants twice put the same Questions to said William during his last sickness and received from the him same answer and that to the best of the Knowledge he was at the Time in proper use of his Reason. They further say that they have often in his Lifetime & when he was in perfectHealth heard him say that it was fit that Children alike near should fare alike and that if ever he would make a Will it should be in that manner and not that one Son should possess the whole of his Land and further say not
Taken before me the Day & year above written.
Andrew Woods. James Rowland, John Potts junr, John Potts senr.
At Court held for Botetourt County 11th of March 1777 This Instrument of Writing was presented in court as & for the Nuncupative Will of William Rowland decd & proved by the oaths of James Rowland and John Potts junr and John Potts senr and ordered to be recorded.
Testd John May C.B.C."
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