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William Trotter was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 17.--18th May, 1778. James Trotter and Mary to William Trotter. Delivered: William Trotter, 18th March, 1780.
Records of William Trotter in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1771-- September 16, William Trotter. (Note: bride's name not listed in record)
- Vol. 2 - Insolvents and Delinquents, 1785; A. Mustoe's List: Geo. Myers (Big), Greenbrier; James Peerey, Kentucky; Sam'l Trotter, Kentucky; Wm. Workman, Rockbridge; Jacob Carpenter, Chuckey; Geo. Shields, French Broad; Jno. Neil, removed; Edward Erwin, Jr., Greenbrier; Alex. Malcom, Greenbrier; Joseph Moor, Greenbrier; Benj. Moor, Greenbrier; Benj. Moor, Sr., Greenbrier; Sam'l Moor, Greenbrier; Jas. Malcom, Greenbrier; Jno. Handley, Jr., Greenbrier; Robert McCorkle, removed; Isaac Trotter, Thos. McGregory, John Kerr, Rob. Bailey, David Trout; James Muncey, removed; Sam'l Rennox, Rockbridge, Jno. Thompson, Jr., removed; Sam'l Brown, Greenbrier; Andrew Nelson, Greenbrier; Philip Hansdle, runaway; Robert Rayburn, Holston; Sam'l Lambe, Kentucky; Robert Stephen, removed; Wm. Thompson, Penna.; Wm. Brown (taylor), dead; Jno. Brooks, Jr., Ronehoak; Wm. Hert, removed; Geo. Grear, removed; Wm. Levingston, removed; Jno. Stunkard, Wm. Trotter, Jno. Strain, Geo. Lewis, Jacob Cox, David Trout. (Note: Samuel and Isaac Trotter were brothers of William Trotter).