Facts and Events
William Teas was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 598.--19th June, 1764. William Teas to Robert Allen, bond conditioned upon making title to Robert for half of a tract of 200 acres joining land of said Allen and Teas, equally the property of both, but the patent issued in name of Teas. Teste: John Poage, James Hughes. Delivered: Robert Allen, March, 1765.
Estate Records in Augusta County, VA
- Page 180.--Estate of William Teas to Robt. Love. executor. Dr.--1778, July 11, paid Francis Hodges for seven days' reaping, £4.4.0; July 17, paid Hugh McGee for six days' reaping; July 20, paid George Sutherland for 7 days' reaping; July 22, paid Wm. Rice for 1 day's reaping; 1779, August 30, cash paid David Henderson on receipt of Miss Teas; 1778, September 8, cash received from Cornelius McFall; September 8, cash received of Andrew Lecky; September 8, cash received from John and Jordon Gibsons, sundries at vendue; September 8, cash received of Charles Kennin, sundries at vendue; 1779, September 8, cash received of Thomas Griff, sundries at vendue.
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