Register of Early Settlers in Old Augusta

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Hildebrand's Maps

NameLocationNotes
Gabriel Alexander Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent, 423 acres in Beverley Manor, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), (b. bef. 1720, d. bef. 6 March 1779, Augusta County, Virginia), is a brother of James Alexander (listed below) may be related in some way (perhaps a cousin) to Robert Alexander, listed below. More research is necessary.
James Alexander Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 819 acres in Beverley Manor, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's) (b. est. 1715-1725, prob. Ireland, d. 1778, Augusta County, Virginia), brother of Gabriel Alexander, above.
Robert Alexander Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 214 acres, 1747), (b. 1710, d. Nov. 1783, Augusta County, VA), son of William Alexander, married Esther Beard.
George Anderson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 411 acres, 1740), (b. abt. 1710, Ireland, d. 1788, Augusta County, VA), m. Elizabeth Crawford (abt. 1710-1788). George was a son of John Anderson and Margaret (unknown), and brother of John, William and James Anderson, who also migrated to Augusta County.
Rev. James Anderson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 1000+ acres, 1738), (b. 17 Nov. 1678, Glascow, Scotland, d. 16 July 1740), received a grant of 1,000+ acres (some sources claim the grant was from the Governor of Virginia), which was surveyed in late 1738. Rev. Anderson died shortly after the grant in 1740, and it is unclear if his children every took possession or possibly sold the property back to William Beverley, because 945 acres of this same land were later granted from William Beverley to Robert Moody (473 acres) and John Frazier (472 acres) on 22 February, 1749.
John Anderson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 747 acres, 1739), (b. abt. 1712, Ireland, d. 1787, Augusta County, VA), married Jane (unknown). He was the son of John Anderson, Sr. and Margaret (unknown) and brother of George, William and James Anderson, who also migrated to Augusta County.
Archibald Stuart Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 500 acres, 1751), (b. 1697, Londonderry, Ireland, d. 1761, Waynesboro, Augusta County, VA), married Janet Brown.
Matthew Armstrong Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 145 or 150 or 190 acres, appears to be 1745, but date is also listed as 1740 on some sources), (b. abt. 1715, d. 1781), married Mary 'Lillie' Beatty, daughter of John Beatty, Jr. (1701-1773)
Francis Beatty Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 160 acres, 1753), same as above.
Francis Beatty Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 388 acres, 1741), (b. abt. 1715, Ireland, d. 1791, prob. North Carolina)
James Bell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent, 600 acres in Beverley Manor, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), (b. 1710, Ireland, d. May 1751, Augusta County, VA), married Rachel McCune.
[[Person:Joseph Bell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 280 acres, 1754 adjoining 230 acres also acquired in 1754)
Charles Berry Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 326 acres, 1752), (b. abt. 1725, d. 1789), son of John Berry, immigrant from Ireland
John Bigham (Bingham) Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 302 acres, 26 Feb. 1749 - from Chalkley's)
John Black "of Beverley Manor" Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 738 acres in Beverley Manor, 31 May 1749), (b. abt. 1705, County Down, Ulster, Ireland, d. 9 Aug. 1759, Augusta County, VA), married Isabella Brown.
[[Person:Robert Black Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 200 acres, 1741), possibly the Robert Black that married Agnes Byers, daughter of William Byers and Elizabeth Cox, more research is necessary.
[[Person:Thomas Black Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 569 acres, 1739), possibly related to another Black family of four brothers (Anthony, James, John and Samuel Black), who lived in the Augusta County area.
[[Person:Joseph Bloodworth Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 650 acres, 1742, adjoining 350 acrers)
[[Person:Samuel Bradford Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 200 acres, 1747)
George Breckenridge Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 540 acres in Beverley Manor, 17 Oct. 1747 from Chalkley's, corner of land of George & Robert Breckenridge (761 acres acquired in 1742)), (b. abt. 1722, County Derry, Ireland, d. bef. 29 Sept. 1790, Wythe County, Virginia), son of Alexander Breckridge and Jane Preston.
Robert Breckenridge Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 761 acres, 1742, corner of land of George Breckenridge (540 acres acquired in 1747)) George Breckenridge and Col. Robert Breckenridge were brothers, both sons of Alexander Breckenridge and Jane Preston.
Robert Brooke Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 500 acres, 1741)
[[Person:John Brown Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 300 acres in Beverley Manor, Beverley Manor patent line, 4 Feb. 1748 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:John Brown Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 310 acres, 1749), same as above.
[[Person:Thomas Brown "of Beverley Manor" Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 225 acres in Beverley Manor, 5 April 1749 from Chalkley's)
John Brownlee Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 444 acres, 27 May, 1742), acquired from Finley McClure. John was a brother of Alexander Brownlee, listed above.
John Buchanan Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 784 acres, 1741) and (from Benj. Borden, heir, executor to John Buchanan. Testator agreed in his lifetime to sell to J. B. (John Buchanan) £3; part of 98,100 acres, beginning on the creek corner to Jno. Edmiston; 100 acres, 19 March 1747 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:Dennis Byrne Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 567 acres, 1740)
George Caldwell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 405 acres, 1740), prob. (b. abt. 1713, Donegal, Ireland, d. Bef. 28 Apr 1773, Prince Edward County, VA), m. Elizabeth (unknown), son of George Caldwell and Jane Phillips. Need additional information on this family.
[[Person:James Caldwell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 600 acres, 1738), (b. bef 1714, prob. Ireland), purchased 600 acres in Augusta County 20 Feb. 1738 on Christian's Creek. Appointed Constable in 1743. Wife Mary, Children: Jean, Agnes, John, Mary, Sarah and Samuel. This MAY be James Caldwell, son of William Caldwell and Elizabeth Porter, b. 1705, more research is necessary to prove.
Alexander Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 559 acres, 1744, near land of D. (prob. David) Campbell (110 acres) acquired in 1749)
[[Person:D. Campbell (probably David Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 110 acres, 27 Feb. 1749/50, adjoining 106 acres of David (prob. "Black David" Campbell and Alexander Campbell (559 acres) acquired in 1744). This is probably "White David Campbell" according to some sources.
[[Person:David Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 562/566 acres, 1741), there were TWO David Campbell's about the same age in early Augusta County, Virginia. One David, referred to as "White David Campbell" , (b. 08 Mar 1705/06, Drumboden, Near Londonderry, Ireland, d. 19 Oct 1790, Augusta County, Virginia), who married Mary Hamilton (1716-1801), who was the son of John Campbell and Grace/Grisel Hays. The other David, referred to as "Black David Campbell" , (b. 1710, prob. Drumaboden, Kilmachrenan, County Donegal, Ireland, d. Nov 1753, Augusta County, Virginia), m. Jane/Jean Cunningham on 04 Mar 1739/40, prob. in Augusta County, Virginia, who was the son of Alexander Campbell (b. abt. 1685, Londonderry County, Ulster Province, Ireland, d. 1758, Augusta County, Virginia)
James Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 819 acres in Beverley Manor, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), probably James Campbell, son of Patrick Campbell, listed below. Need additional information on this family.
[[Person:John Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 325 acres, 1749)
John Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 325 acres, 1749 and SW 247 acres, 1749 (shown as 325 acres, 1745 on Hildebrand Map), probably John Campbell, son of Patrick Campbell, listed below. Need additional information on his family.
Patrick Campbell, Sr. Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 1546 acres), (b. abt. 1696, Ireland, d. 17 March 1767, Augusta County, VA)
Patrick Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 234 acres, 1771, close to acquisitions by Patrick Campbell (SW, 1546 acres in 1738) and William Campbell (no date or acreage listed) This is Patrick Campbell, Jr., son of Patrick Campbell, above.
Robert Campbell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 53 acres, 1749), (b. est. 1700-1714, d. 1777, Augusta County, Virginia)
[[Person:James Carr, Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 473 acres, 1739), see James Kerr
William Cathey Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 466 acres, 1738), (b. abt. 1711, Ulster, Northern Ireland, d. 1746, Augusta County, VA), son of James Cathey, he died unmarried in Augusta County.
[[Person:John Cook Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 212 acres, 1749), adjoining land of Patrick Cook, acquired in 1740 wife Mary
Patrick Cook Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 580 acres, 1740), adjoining land of John & Mary Cook acquired in 1749, (b. bef. 1720, d. bef. 15 Feb. 1747/8, Augusta County, VA), married Jane Young, daughter of John Young and Anne Houston.
[[Person:John Cowan Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 202 acres in Beverley Manor, 5 April 1749 from Chalkley's)
John Craig Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 335 acres, 1742) (b. abt. 1718, d. 1802 Rockingham County, VA), son of William Craig and Janet Stuart. He married Sarah Laird, daughter of James Laird
Robert Craig Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 178 acres, 28 Feb. 1749 as verified in Chalkley's, Volume III, pg. 650 (all transactions on page are from 1749) (b. 1713, d. June 1788, Augusta County), son of William Craig and Janet Stuart.
James Crawford Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 401 acres, 1747), (b. 1719, d. abt. 1750, Augusta County, VA), married Elizabeth Robertson.
Robert Crockett Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 322 acres, 1740), (b. 1707, Bantry Bay, Kenmore Parish, Ireland, d. Bet. 1746 - 1747, Augusta County, VA), m. Margaret Davis (b. bet. 1707-1709, d. Bet. 1770 - 1790), daughter of George Davis and sister of Robert Davis, who married Anne Pickens. After Robert Crockett's death, his widow Margaret married 2nd, John Ramsey, sometimes refered to as "John Ramsey of Calfpasture" , Augusta County and later Four Mile Creek, in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.
David Cunningham Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 226 acres, 1749, corner of land of David Cunningham (150 acres), acquired in 1771), (b. abt. 1716, Ireland), son of James Cunningham. More information needed on this family.
Robert Cunningham Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent bet. SE/SW maps, 483 acres, 1742 (date listed as bet. 29 Feb. 1739 and 1744 on some lists, from Chalkley's)), (b. abt. 1710, prob. Ireland), son of James Cunningham, more information needed on this family.
William Curry Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 360 acres in Beverley Manor, from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749), (b. 1690, County Antrim, Ireland, d. aft. 1748), he married Sarah Young, daughter of John Young and Anne Houston.
[[Person:Charles Dalhouse Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 414 acres, 1749)
John Davison/Davidson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 785 acres, 1738), (abt. 1709, Shankill Parish, County Armagh, Ireland, d. 1749, Anson County, North Carolina), m. Jane Margaret Legacorry, 1727 in Shankill, Ireland.
James Davis Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 570 acres, 1738), (b. bef. 1720, d. 1796 in Knox County, Tennessee), m. Mary (unknown). His son, Maj. William Davis married Catherine Pickens, daughter of Andrew Pickens and Nancy Anne Davis.
Nathaniel Davis Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 150 acres, 1749), (b. bef. 1723, d. bef. 15 Oct. 1765, when he was killed by Shawnee Indians in Augusta County, VA)
Robert Davis Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 300 acres, 1742, adjoining 105 acres, date appears to be 1742), (b. abt. 1700, Northern Ireland, d. abt. 1770, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina), married Anne Pickens (b. abt. 1702, d. abt. 1750), daughter of William Pickens and Margaret Pike.
[[Person:Samuel Davison|Samuel Davidson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 353 acres, 1739), may be related to John Davidson (b. abt. 1709, Ireland, d. 1749, Anson County, North Carolina) who married Jane Margaret Legacorry. More research necessary.
[[Person:Daniel Denison|Daniel (DeAusistone/Demston /Danston) Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 300 acres from William Beverley, 10 April 1739 from Chalkley's)
David Edmiston Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 350 acres, 1739), (1690-1751)- refered to as David "Turk" Edmiston. He took the Oath of Importation on 24 July, 1740 with wife Isabella and children, Jesse, John, William, Rachel, David and Moses Edmiston.
Robert Finley Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 155 acres, 1754), , (b. bef. 1733, d, bef. 16 Nov. 1763, prob. Augusta County, VA), migraged from Cumberland County, PA with his brother ]]James Finley, who inherited Robert's land after his death in 1763. More information needed on this family.
James Frame Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 220 acres in Beverley Manor, 28 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1687, Scotland, d. 1754, Augusta County, VA)
John Frazier Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 472 acres in "head of Long Meadow Run, Beverley Manor", 22 Feb. 1749, from Chalkley's) (b. bef. 1714, Ireland, d. bet. 1753-1758), prob. Augusta County, VA), married Isabella Moody, sister of James and Robert Moody.
James Fulton Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 637 1/2 acres, from William Beverley for 19 pounds, 25 March 1742, from "South Mountain Branch, James Fulton, Augusta County, Virginia" compiled by Norma Jennings), (b. abt. 1690, Northern Ireland, d. 18 July, 1752, Augusta County, VA), son of Hugh Fulton and Elinor Johnson.
Capt. Samuel Gay Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 323 acres from William Beverley, on the branches of the Shanando (Shenandoah) River (Orange Deeds 3:232), and of an adjoining parcel of 567 acres, also in Beverley Manor, by grant of Thomas Chew, July 26, 1745. (Chalkley, II, 41), 1739), may have been related to the five Gay brothers in Augusta County, more research is necessary. There were two different Samuel Gays in Augusta County that have been confused by some researchers.
Robert Gibson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, from Beverley, 370 acres in Beverley Manor, corner George Caldwell; corner Wm. Henderson, 15 May 1754 from Chalkley's) (b. 1710, Ireland, d. 20 May, 1760, Augusta County, VA)
Felix Gilbert Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE/NM, 480 acres, 1765), more information needed on this family.
James Gillespie Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, # of acres not listed, 1745) (adjoining land acquired in 1740), probably the same as above.
James Gillespie Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 208 acres (190 on Hildebrand map), 1740, adjoining 210 acres acquired in 1749 and 200 acres acquired in 1753), (b. 1702, prob. Ireland, d. abt. 1769), m. Jennett (unknown), proved his importation to Orange County, Virginia in 1740, with his wife Jennett and children Agnes, John, James and William. Also on map acquiring land in 1745 and 1753.
[[Person:James_Gilmore (10)|James Gilmer Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 204 acres, 1747), b. abt. 1722, Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland, d. 1782, Rockbridge County, VA, married Martha Dennison, son of John Gilmore that was killed in 1756 in the Indian Massacre at Kerr's Creek, and brother of John Gilmore, listed above.
Edward Hall Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 220 acres, 1747), (b. est. 1715-1725, Ireland, d. 1796, Augusta County, VA), married Eleanor Stuart, daughter of Archibald Stuart and Janet Brown.
[[Person:Archibald Hamilton Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 302 acres, 1747)
[[Person:Arthur Hamilton Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 270 acres, 28 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's, adjoining 515 acres acquired by Arthur Hamilton in 1741)
[[Person:Arthur Hamilton Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 515 acres, 1741, adjoining 270 acres acquired by Arthur Hamilton in 1749)
[[Person:James Hamilton Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, # of acres not listed, 1749)
[[Person:James Hamilton Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 200 acres, 1754)
[[Person:John Hart Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 400 acres, 1740), no information.
[[Person:Patrick Hays Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 254 acres, 1742, adjoining 600 acres acquired by Patrick Hays in 1741), same as above.
Patrick Hays Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 600 acres, 1741), (b. est. 1700-1710, Ireland, d. abt. 1761, Orange County, VA), married Francis McNitt (?).
[[Person:David Henderson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 580 acres, 1749)
[[Person:James Henderson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 187 acres, 1749)
[[Person:John Henderson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, # of acres not listed, 1747)
[[Person:Thomas Henderson, planter Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 391 acres in Beverley Manor, corner John Davison (Davidson), Christie's Creek, Thos. Black Line, 31 March 1750 from Chalkey's, adjoining William Henderson), perhaps the son of William Henderson and Margaret Bruce and brother of John Henderson who married Rose Finley, who migrated to Augusta County. More research is needed for this family.
[[Person:William Henderson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 1415 acres, 1747)
James Houston Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 300 acres according to some sources, 1747), prob. James Houston (b. 1719), son of John Houston and Margaret Cunningham.
[[Person:Samuel Hughes Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 440 acres, 1742)
George Hume Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 375 acres, 1739), possibly related to John Hume (b. 1752, Augusta County, VA, d. 24 May, 1824), who married Esther Patton (1769-1856), daughter of Matthew Patton and Esther Dyer. More research is necessary.
[[Person:John Hutchinson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 292 acres, 1740), prob. John Hutchinson (b. Mar 1686/87, d. 1775), who married Margaret (unknown) and had a large family in Virginia. More research is necessary on this family.
[[Person:William Hutchinson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 572 acres, 1741), prob. William Hutchinson (b. Jan. 1717/18, d. 1778), who married Ann (unknown) and brother of George Hutchinson, who acquired land in 1738.
[[Person:George Hutchison Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 530 acres, 1738, nearby 667 acres)
[[Person:George Hutchison Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 380 acres, 1738), (b. Apr. 1707, d. 1766), married Eleanor (unknown).
John Jameson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 104 acres on "Back Creek" in Beverley Manor, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), this is probably John Jamieson (b. 20 Mar. 1722/3, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, d. March 1776, Augusta County, VA), son of William Jamieson/Jameson and Sarah Collins; he married Jean Erwin, daughter of Matthew Erwin and Elizabeth Patterson.
[[Person:William Johnson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 260 acres, 1749, adjoining 156 acres)
James Kerr/Carr, Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 473 acres, 1739), who died in Augusta County, Virginia in 1770. His large house was used as an early meeting house and courthouse in Augusta County.
John Kerr Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 275 acres, 1752), (b. abt. 1710, d. supposedly abt. 1763, Anson County, North Carolina), son of James Kerr, above, he married Lucy Pickens, daughter of William Pickens and Margaret Pike.
Robert King Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 750 acres, 1742), (b. est. 1690-1710, d. abt. 1749, Augusta County, VA). Need additional information on his family.
William King Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 251 acres in Beverley Manor, prob. 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), (b. bef. 1729, d. bef. 25 Feb. 1811, Augusta County, Virginia). Need additional information on his family.
[[Person:Thomas Kirkpatrick Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 282 1/2 acres in Beverley Manor, 28 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's )
[[Person:Thomas Kirkpatrick Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 390 acres, beginning at a Spanish Oak & White Oak saplings by a path thence crossing said path N57 deg, W168 poles to McCleary's line thence with said line 8 poles to a locust his corner), adjoining (200 acres, for 5 schillings, on a head branch of the Middle River of Shandore in Beverley Manor, 24/25 March, 1741) of (unreadable) Kirkpatrick acquired in 1750)
William Ledgerwood Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 381 acres in "Beverley Manor", 1739), (b. abt. 1701, Scotland, d. abt. 1791), he married Agnes Mitchell, daughter of James Mitchell.
James Leeper Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 536 acres), possibly related to John Leeper, who married a daughter of William Henderson and Susannah Logan. More research is necessary.
[[Person:James Lessley Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 226 acres, 24 Feb. 1740 from Chalkley's)
John Lewis Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 2071 acres, 1738), (b. 01 Feb 1677/78, County Donegal, Ulster Province, Ireland, d. 01 Feb 1762, Augusta County, VA), m. Margaret Lynn (1693-1773). This John Lewis is sometimes confused with another John Lewis, from Shenandoah County, Virginia.
Jacob Lockhart Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 436 acres, 1742), (b. 1715, d. 1785), son of James Lockhart, listed below.
James Lockhart farmer Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 624 acres on map, from Wm. Beverley, Beverley Manor tract surveyed for ye congregation; corner David Campbell, 17 June 1748 from Chalkley's), (b. 1693, d. 1767 in Augusta County, VA)
[[Person:William Long Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 433 1/2 acres in Beverley Manor on South River, from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749) (400 acres in Beverley Manor, patent line, from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749) and
[[Person:James Lusk Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW,170 acres of 90210, corner Samuel McCutcheon. Beverley Manor line, 22/23 August 1749 from Chalkley's), adjoining land acquired (undated, no acres listed) by James Lusk
James Lynn Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 538 acres, 1747), son of John Lynn, Sr., listed below.
[[Person:Patrick Martin Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 321 acres, 1740)
Robert McClanahan Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 331 acres from Wm. Beverley, 27 May 1741, on record in Orange County, VA from "The McClanahans", by H.M. White, Stone Printing & Mfg., 1894)
[[Person:Robert McClanahan Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent, from Wm. Beverley, 340 acres in Beverley Manor; Lewis Creek, Brackenridge, crossing Ramsey's Branch, 17 June 1748 from Chalkley's) and (Beverley Patent NE, 216 acres)
[[Person:William McClintock Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 316 acres, 1749)
Andrew McClure, Sr. Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, from William Beverley, 300 acres in "Beverley Manor", 28 Feb. 1749/50 from Chalkley's), same as above.
Andrew McClure, Sr. Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 370 acres, 1738), (abt. 1720, Northern Ireland, d. 1789, Augusta County, Virginia), m. Eleanor Wright (abt. 1720-aft. Feb. 1789). Andrew McClure was a son of James McClure, the progenitor of most of the early McClure family in Augusta County.
[[Person:David McClure Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW 189 acres, 1740)
[[Person:Finley McClure Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 444 acres, west of Pine Run in Beverly Manor, 29 Feb. 1739 from Chalkley's)
John McClure Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 359 acres) and (205 acres of 92100 on No. Branch James, 25 Aug. 1749 from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1725, Raphoe Parish, County Donegal, Northern Ireland, d. 1777, Botetourt County, Virginia), son of Halbert McClure and Agnes McTavish, married Mary Allen.
[[Person: (Unreadable) McClure Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE/SE, # of acres unreadable, 1739)
James McCorkle Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 370 acres, 1747) (1694, Scotland, d. 1759-60, Augusta County, VA) married Jane Steele, father of Robert and Samuel McCorkle, listed below.
Robert McCorkle Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 269 acres in Beverley Manor "Branch of Christy's Creek known as Nutt's Mill Creek, 13 Oct. 1749 from Chalkley's, near land acquired by Samuel McCorkle, undated, no acres listed), (b. est. 1726-1729, prob. Scotland, d. Anson/Mecklenburg County, NC), son of James McCorkle, listed above, married Margaret Reed.
Samuel McCorkle Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, abt. 500 acres, bef. Feb. 1749 (no date or acres listed on Hildebrand Map), (b. abt. 1729, Argyleshire, Scotland, d. 1788, Augusta County, VA), son of James McCorkle and brother of Robert McCorkle, listed above.
[[Person:Samuel McCune Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 104 acres, 1754)
[[Person:Samuel McCune Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 230 acres, 1742)
[[Person:William McCune Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 100 acres, 1753)
John McCutcheon Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 920 acres, 1741, nearby land of Samuel McCutcheon acquired in 1742), (b. abt. 1710, prob. Ireland, d. aft. 18 March 1788), brother of James, Robert, William and Samuel McCutcheon, who all migrated to Augusta and neighboring counties.
Samuel McCutcheon Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 600 acres, 1742, nearby land of John McCutcheon, acquired in 1741), brother of John McCutcheon, listed above.
Randall McDonald Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 141 acres "more or less", indenture from William Beverley, Gent., of the County of Essex, for 4 pounds 7 shillings 4 pence in the County of Orange and is part of Beverley Manor adjoining land of Andrew Russell on branches of Christies Creek- Maxwells Branch, 24 July 1740 from Chalkley's) Randall McDonald (b. abt. 1710, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, d. abt. 24 May 1744, Augusta County), m. Jennet "Jane" Stark (b. abt. 1718, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania). Jennet McDonald later married Joseph McClanahan.
[[Person:John McDowell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, acres not readable, 1749)
[[Person:William McNabb Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 300 acres, 28 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's)
William McNutt/Nutt Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 650 acres, 1747), (b. 1694, Ireland), m. Jane Colbreath. More information needed on this family.
Alexander McPheeters Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW/SW, 303 acres, 1747), referred to as a "cousin" of William McPheeters, another early settler of Augusta County, VA.
John Miller Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, from William Beverley, 210 acres on "Lewis Creek, a tributary of Christian Creek, east of Staunton" for $35 , 13 August 1747 from Biography of John Miller, by Hunter F. Armentrout)
[[Person:Joseph Mills Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 660 acres in Beverley Patent, 1739, from The Tinkling Spring), no info.
[[Person:Eleanor Mitchell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 200 acres, 1747)
John Mitchell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 609 acres, 1747, nearby 219 acres of Martha Mitchell, acquired in 1739) (b. 1709, d. 20 Aug. 1771, Augusta County, VA), son of Thomas Mitchell, married Elizabeth Wilson.
[[Person:Martha Mitchell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 219 acres, 1739, nearby 609 acres of John Mitchell, acquired in 1747), probably the Martha, wife of David Mitchell, who proved their Oath of Importation in Orange County, VA on 28 Feb. 1739 with children Sarah, Jane & Elizabeth. Martha's name on Borden's map seems to indicate the death of David Mitchell about 1740. More research is necessary on this family.
John Moffett Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 491 acres, 1739), (1699-1742), who married Mary Christian, daughter of Gilbert Christian. He died shortly after migrating to Augusta County, in 1742. His widow Mary later married John Trimble (1715-1764), who also acquired land in 1738.
[[Person:Daniel Monohan Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 900 acres of "County Augusta", 21 Feb. 1738 from Chalkley's)
John Montgomery Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 247 1/2 acres, 1747, adjoining 150 acres acquired in 1754), (b. 1719, Ireland, d. poss. in North Carolina), married Esther Houston.
James Moody Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 510 acres, 1740), prob. James Moody (b. bet. 1700-1710), father of Rebecca Moody, who married William Ledgerwood, Jr., son of William Ledgerwood, Sr., who came to Orange County, Virginia in 1738/9.
[[Person:William Nutt, Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 650 acres, 1747), see ]]William McNutt (above).
Morris O'Friel/Offriel Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 40 acres on Middle River from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749), (b. bef. 1725, d. abt. 1778, Augusta County, VA), left will in 1778 in Augusta County.
[[Person:William Palmer Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 388 acres, for 11 British Pounds in Orange County, near the Tinkling Springs Meeting House (Old Stone Church), 25 July 1740). William Palmer (b. abt. 1718, d. 1797, Augusta County, VA)
Nathaniel Patterson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 201 acres, 1740), (b. abt. 1705, Scotland, d. 1752, Augusta County, Virginia), son of William Patterson and Janet Erwin.
Robert Patterson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 331 acres, 1740), (b. 28 May 1700, County Antrim, Ireland, d. Bet. Oct - Nov 1774, Augusta County, VA), m. 1st, Frances (unknown), Est. 1720-1723, Ireland, m. 2nd, Ann (unknown), bet. 1761-1767. Robert was the son of William Patterson and Janet Erwin, who had several children that migrated to Augusta County.
William Patterson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 247 acres, 1749), (b. abt. 1720, prob. Ireland, d. aft 18 Apr. 1785), son of Wiliam Patterson and Janet Erwin, referred to as "William Patterson of South River".
James Patton Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 474 acres, 1741) and (SE, 1356 acres) and (SW, 432 acres), (1692-1755), who married Mary Borden, who is most likely related to Benjamin Borden, the early land-holder of the "Borden Patent" of 92,100 acres. James Patton was killed 30 July 1755 by Shawnee Indians at "Draper's Meadow" in Augusta County, VA.
James Peery Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 220 acres, 1749), was a planter and settled on a farm joining Thomas Perry's land (his brother, Thomas Peery, below), he married Katherine Jameson, daughter of William Jameson and Sarah Collins.
Thomas Peery Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, from William Beverley, 375 acres in the County of Augusta, Shenadore, part of the tract called and known as "Beverly Manor.", adjoining James Peery). Thomas Peery (b. abt. 1715, County Donegal, Northern Ireland, d. 1762, Augusta County, VA)
[[Person:John Pickens Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 300 acres, 1749), same as above.
John Pickens Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 764 acres, 1740), (b. abt. 1710, Ireland, d. 1769, Abbeville District, South Carolina), m. Eleanor Kerr (abt. 1720-abt. 1781), daughter of James Kerr (d. 1770, Augusta County, VA). John was a son of William Henry Pickens and Margaret Pike.
Robert Poage Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 772 acres, 1739), (b. 1700, prob. Ireland, d. 1774, Augusta County, VA), who married Elizabeth Preston, daughter of Archibald Preston. in Ireland. Robert had a large family that intermarried with many early families in Augusta County.
William Preston Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 334 acres, 1749), (b. 26 Dec. 1729, Londonderry, Ireland, d. 28 June 1783, Smithfield, Montgomery County, Virginia) , son of John Preston an early Augusta County settler, and his wife Elizabeth Patton.
John Ramsey, Jr. Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 110 acres, 22 Aug. 1771), This is probably John Ramsey, Jr. (b. abt. 1747, Augusta County, VA, d. 1790, Kentucky), son of ]]Capt. John Ramsey and Mary Black
Robert Ramsey Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 340 acres in Beverley Manor, 17 Oct. 1747 from Chalkley's), known as "Robert Ramsey of Beverley Manor" , (adjoins Sarah Ramsey, Robert's Mother, who acquired land in 1742)
Joseph Reed Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 100 acres, 1741, adjoining 459 acres acquired in 1740), same as listed above.
Joseph Reed Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 454 acres, 1740, adjoining 100 acres acquired in 1741) Possibly related to Elizabeth Reed that married Andrew Pickens, Margaret Reed that married Robert McCorkle or Martha Reed that married Samuel Givens, but more research is needed.
[[Person:John Risk Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 300/306 acres, 1740)
[[Person:* Robert, William & John Christian Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 1614 acres, 1739), as follows:
[[Person:Sarah Ramsey, widow Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 309 acres in "Beverley Manor", 1742), refered to as "Widow Sarah Ramsey" in early Augusta records. Sarah was supposedly the widow of Robert Ramsey, who died abt. 1738-1742. Her son, Robert Ramsey, known as "Robert Ramsey of Beverley Manor" acquired land adjoining hers in 1747.
James Robertson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 385 acres, 1740), (b. 1685, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, d. 1752, Albemarle County, VA), the progenitor of the early Robertson family of Augusta County, Virginia.
William Robertson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 473 acres acquired from his father-in-law James Kerr in 1764), (b. 6 Feb. 1718, Coleraine, Northern Ireland, d. 1812, Augusta County, Virginia), married Letitia Kerr, daughter of ]]James Kerr. William was a son of James Robertson, listed above.
[[Person:George Robinson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 892 acres, 20 Feb. 1738, from History of Augusta County, Virginia, by John Lewis Peyton)
Robert Robinson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 82 acres, 2 March 1749 from Chalkley's) (b. 1726-1729, prob. Pennsylvania), son of George Robinson and Mary McKay.
[[Person:William Robinson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 403 acres, 1741) and (SW, 380 acres in "Beverley Manor", 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:George Rogers Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, from William Beverley, 540 acres in "Beverley Manor", 28 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:James Rosebrough/Roseboro Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent, From William Beverley, 240 acres in "Beverley Manor", patent line of Beverley Manor, 28 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:Andrew Russell Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 496 acres, 24 Sept. 1741), as listed in the following Chalkley's citation:
[[Person:Samuel Doak Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 647 acres, 1741, adjoining land of John Doak (no date or acres listed) and David Doak (100 acres acquired in 1765) and Samuel and David Doak (220 acres acquired in 1806). John, Samuel and David Doak were all sons of Samuel Doak, Sr. (b. abt. 1670, Ulster, Ireland) and his wife Elizabeth.
John Seawright Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 413 acres, 1740), early survey as follows; 74) ( ) _____br ye 16, 1738, survey for Jno. Seawright, beginning at said Seawright's a White Oak, corner ye Beever Run, corner George Hutchison, 819 acres. This survey returned for Jno. Preston surveyed April ye 23, 1739. Another early survey as follows: 75) 9 ___ber ye 16, 1738, survey for Dr. Seawright, beginning on No. side Carthrie's River.
[[Person:John Shields Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 225 acres in Beverley Manor, 13 Oct. 1749 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:Thomas Shields Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 202 acres in Beverley Manor, 4 April, 1749 from Chalkley's)
William Skillern Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 635 acres, 1741), (b. abt. 1710, Ulster, Ireland, d. abt. 1744, Augusta County, VA), m. Elizabeth Perkins (b. 1719), supposedly a daughter of Elisha Perkins and Margaret Sherrill. After William Skillern died in abt. 1744, his widow Elizabeth married James "Ute" Anderson, abt. 1747, in Augusta County, VA. There is a very colorful story, detailed in early Augusta County Court records regarding Elizabeth and her second husband, James Anderson, alias "Ute Perkins" .
[[Person:William Smith Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 135 acres, appears to be 1739)
Nathaniel Steele Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 285 acres on map, from William Beverley, land (acres not listed) on Beverley Manor; corner John Teat and Geo. Breckenridge, John Lockhart and Ramsey, David Steele, James Fulton, 17 June, 1748 from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1722, d. 1796, Augusta County, VA), son of David Steele.
Robert Steele Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 309 acres, 1749, adjoining 590 acres acquired by Samuel Steele in 1747), (b. bef. 1727, d. 1800, Augusta County, VA), son of David Steele.
Samuel Steele Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 590 acres in Beverley Manor, 17 Oct. 1747 from Chalkley's (shows as "1749" on Hildebrand Map), adjoining 309 acres acquired by Robert Steele in 1749), (b. 1709, Ireland, d. 20 Jan. 1790, Augusta County, VA), married 1st, Margaret Fulton and 2nd, Sarah Campbell.
[[Person:Thomas Tate Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 170 acres, 1753)
Joseph Teas Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SE, 465 acres, 1739), (b. abt. 1700, Scotland/Ireland, d. abt. 1756, Augusta County, VA), m. Jane Henderson, daughter of William Henderson. Joseph was a son of Matthias Teas and brother of
[[Person:Adam Thompson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 287 acres, 1749)
Moses Thompson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 410 acres, appears to be 1739 and 1040 acres on Christian's Creek, between 1738-1744. The 410 acre parcel was subsequently sold to James Patton pm 25 July 1744 from Chalkley's.)
Moses Thompson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, date appears as 1740 or 1744 on some lists, but as this land was sold by Moses Thompson in 1744 to James Patton, the earlier date is more probable.) To wit, the following transaction from Chalkley's:
William Thompson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 947 acres, 22 November 1744)
John Trimble Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 449 acres, 1739), (b. 1715, Scotland, d. 13 Sept. 1764, killed in the last Indian Raid in Augusta County, VA), m. Mary Christian (abt. 1704-1770), daughter of Gilbert Christian and Margaret Richardson.
Robert Turk Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, 1313 acres, 1739) (b. abt. 1690, Ireland, d.17 Nov 1772), who married Margaret Kerr (according to some sources). He took the Oath of Importation on 28 Feb. 1739 with wife Margaret, and children, Jane, Ann, Thomas, James and William.
[[Person:James Vance Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 305 acres in Beverley Manor, from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749)
[[Person:William Vance Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 400 acres, 1740 from Hildebrand Map), no information.
[[Person:James Wilson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 101 acres, 1751, near land of Robert Wilson acquired in 1754 (SW, 130 acres))
[[Person:John Wilson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 260 acres, 1738, nearby 348 acres acquired in 1739)
[[Person:John Wilson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 306 1/2 acres, 1749)
[[Person:John Wilson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 340 acres, 1739, nearby 260 acres acquired in 1738)
[[Person:Robert Wilson Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, 130 acres, 1754, near land of James Wilson acquired in 1751 (SW, 101 acres)
William Wright Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NE, from William Beverley, 155 acres, 270 acres - 425 acres (total) - in "Beverley Manor", 1 March 1749, from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1707, Ireland, d. 1776, Augusta County, Virginia), married Margaret Malcolm (may have also had a second wife, also named Margaret).
Hugh Young Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 586 acres, abt. 1746), (son of John Young and Anne Houston), also adjoining land acquired in 1749 (200 acres), (b. bef. 1707, County Antrim, Ireland, d. aft. 1765, Augusta County, VA), married Agnes Sittlington.
James Young, Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 436 acres, 1749), same James Young as in transaction above.
Robert Young Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent NW, 234 acres, 1749, near another transaction NW, 530 acres, 1749), (b. 1711, County Antrim, Ireland, d. 1762, Augusta County, VA), son of John Young and Anne Houston, who married Agnes Crockett and was the brother of Hugh and James Young, listed above.
Patrick Campbell, Sr. Beverley's Manor Beverley Manor (212 acres, 21 February, 1738, from William Beverley; Wm. Thompson's line; Samuel Bradford's and John Mitchell's lines; corner John Ward; corner Charles Campbell. Crossing Christian's Creek and South River, from Chalkley's), same as above.
[[Person:John Coningham|John Coningham (Cunningham) Beverley's manor of Staunton, ordinary keeper (from Wm. Beverley (by Lewis and Madison), 107 acres, part of Mill Tract; 1550 acres joining the town whereon Court House stands; corner James Brown's leased land; James Miller's line; Col. Lewis's lot, 99-year term, 1750, 5 April 1750 from Chalkley's (incorrectly shows as 1760 in transcript)), probably same as above.
John Cunningham Beverley's manor Staunton (2 lots in Staunton, Nos. 1 and 7; also woodland lots Nos. 2 and 3, 50 acres each. Delivered Francis Beaty, 1762. "Livery by latch of the door", from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749), (b. abt. 1708, prob. Ireland/Scotland, d. abt. 1773, Augusta County, VA), son of James Cunningham, married Sarah Davis.
Person:James Gillespie Beverley's Manor Beverley's Manor (210 acres in Beverley Manor, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), probably the same as above, (since it was not unusual for settlers to acquire multiple parcels of land for their families).
Robert Graham, planter Beverley's Manor (from Wm. Beverley, # of acres not listed, on Little Calfpasture, Beverley Manor Patent Line, prob. 4 Feb. 1748, delivered: Humphrey Madison, 1753, from Chalkley's), b. 1702, Ireland, d. 1763, Augusta County, VA., son of Christopher Graham and Margaret Rusk.
Person:William Johnstone Beverley's Manor Beverley Manor (100 acres in Beverley Manor on Cathey's River, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's)
William Ledgerwood, Jr. Beverley's Manor (from Wm. Beverley (by Lewis and Madison), 300 acres in Beverley Manor on Buchanan's Mill Creek, formerly Nutt Creek; John Bigham line; John Buchanan land; James McCorkal's line; corner John Henderson; corner John Lynn, 1751, from Chalkley's), son of William Ledgerwood, above.
[[Person:Moses Mann Beverley's Manor (from Wm. Beverley, # of acres not listed, Beverley Manor patent line; Wm. McCutcheon's line; Grassy Lick Run, prob. 4 Feb. 1748 from Chalkley's)
Person:Robert McClanahan Beverley's Manor Gent.; Beverley's Manor (acres not listed, on Christie's Creek, Beverley Manor, from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749) and (1/2 acre lot in Staunton, Lot No. 5, Corner Preston's land. "Livery by turf and twig", from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749)
Person:Francis McCune Beverley's Manor farmer of Orange County, VA (NE, 196 1/2 acres in "Beverley Manor", from William Beverley, Gent., 5&6 June, 1739 from Chalkley's (shows as "1799" on alphabetical list))
Person:Samuel McCune Beverley's Manor Beverley Manor (176 acres in Beverley Manor from Chalkley's, 23 Feb. 1749
Robert Moody Beverley's Manor Beverley's Manor (473 acres in Beverley Manor, head of Long Meadow, from Chalkley's, 22 Feb. 1749) (b. est. 1700-1715, prob. Ireland, d. Dec. 1786), brother of James Moody, listed above.
John Nickell Beverley's Manor Beverley's Manor (acquired 400 acres on Moffett's Branch, Middle River of the Shenandoah, 1749), (b. bef. 1719, Ulster, County Tyrone, Ireland, d, 24 Aug. 1774, Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia)

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[[Person:Alexander Wright Beverley's Manor (Lots 8 and 9 in Staunton; also 50 acre woodland lots No. 6 and 7, from Chalkley's, 22 Feb. 1749)
Archibald Alexander Borden's Grant (from Benjamin Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 980 acres, part of 92,100 (acres), corner Thomas McSpadden; corner Alexander McCleary, near a sink hole called the Punch Bowl, 18 Feb. 1747 from Chalkey's), (b. 4 Feb. 1707/8, d. aft. 1778, Timber Ridge, Rockbridge County, VA), married Margaret Parks.
John Allison Borden's Grant (in Borden Tract - from Benj. Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 291 acres, part of 92,100 (acres); white oak on southwest side of river; corner to Gilbert Campbell; corner to said Campbell and John Moore, 18 May 1748 from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1705-1710, d. aft. 1755 prob. in Augusta or Rockbridge County, VA), married 1st. Unknown Spouse, prior to 1741/2, 2nd, Jean Byers, daughter of William Byers and Elizabeth Cox on 9 March 1741/2 in Augusta County, VA.
William Berry Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Zeruiah Borden, widow of Benjamin Borden, Con. 6 shillings current money Virginia. Testator in his lifetime had agreed to convey to William 145 acres, part of 92,100 acres on Moffett's Creek; Elizabeth Hunter's Corner, 18th June, 1746, from Chalkley's). (b. abt. 1720, prob. Ireland, d. bet. 1791 and 1793, Rockbridge County, VA), son of John Berry and brother of Charles Berry, listed above.
[[Person:James Brandles Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benj. Borden, "sold in Benjamin's lifetime", 2,000 acres, part of 92,100 (acres); corner to Samuel McClure; James Thompson's line; bunch of box wood on Mill Creek, and to North River, 20 May 1747 from Chalkley's)
William Carothers Borden's Grant (Borden Tract SE, 340 acres, 1753 & 96 acres, 1754), (b. abt. 1722, prob. Ireland), married Margaret McCroskey.
Ezekiel Clements Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Zeruiah Borden, widow of Benj. Borden, 5 shillings current money Virginia. Benjamin (Borden) in his lifetime had agreed to convey 400 acres patented to Benjamin 24th March, 1740, on a James River branch called the Mary on southwest side, 18th June, 1746, from Chalkley's).
Hugh Cunningham Borden's Grant (from Benjamin Borden, # of acres not listed, Teas Creek; corner John Carr, 12 Nov. 1748 from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1710, d. 13 May, 1772), more information needed on this family.
[[Person:John Davison)|John Davison (Davidson) Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Borden & Co., 353 1/2 acres of 92100 (acres), Isaac Taylor's line, 27 Aug. 1751 from Chalkley's)
Rev. William Dean, Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden "sold in testator's lifetime", 265 acres, part of 92,100
Matthew Edmiston Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Borden & Co., 238 acres, tract surveyed for John Allen and for Wm. Smith; corner Mr. Cowden, 28 May, 1751), (b. 1715, Donegal, Ireland, d. 1796, Jennings Creek, Augusta County, VA), married Margaret Patterson, daughter of James Patterson and Ann Corry.
Robert Edmiston Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden "sold in testator's lifetime", 244 acres, part of 92,100 acres; corner to John Buchanan's land/ crossing Moffett's Creek; The Barrens, 7 Sept. 1747 from Chalkley's), (b. bet. 1695-1705, prob. Ireland, d. 1750, Augusta County, VA), married Jean Thompson, daughter of William Thompson and Jean Stuart.
Robert Erwin Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, 205 acres (from Hildebrand Map)from Benjamin Borden, # of acres not listed, corner John Carr, 6 Feb. 1748/9 from Chalkley's) (b. abt. 1717, Ireland, d. 1789, Augusta County, VA), son of Edward Erwin, Sr.
John Gilmer (Gilmore) Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benj. Borden, # of acres not listed, in 90210, John Carr's line. Delivered James Gilmore, 10 Aug. 1750 from Chalkley's), b. abt. 1723, Ulster, Northern Ireland, d. bet. 25 Apr. AND 7 Aug. 1781 in Rockbridge County, VA, son of John Gilmore that was killed in 1756 in the Indian Massacre at Kerr's Creek, and brother of James Gilmore, listed above.
[[Person:Isaac Gray Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Borden & Co., 270 acres on Mill Creek; corner James McClung, Deavis (Davis?) line; Robert Huston's line; corner Wm. Lusk, Acres Falls on Mill Creek, 20 May 1751 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:Samuel Gray Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden "sold in testator's lifetime", 175 acres, part of 92,100 acres, corner to John Matthews on the timber ridge; corner to Moses Trimble; John Huston's line, 18 Nov. 1747 from Chalkley's)
David Hays Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden, 124 acres of 90210, 23 Aug. 1749. Delivered: Samuel Buchanan, 21 June 1753 from Chalkley's), (b. 1717, prob. Ireland, d. 1776, Augusta County, VA)
John Hays Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Zeruiah Borden, widow of Benj. Borden, Testator in his lifetime had agreed to sell to Hays; 318 acres, 2 roods, 38 p., part of 92,100 acres patented to Benjamin 6th _____, 1739, on bank of Hays Creek, Moxbett Creek, where Maxbett and Hays Creek come together. Con., 5 shillings, 18th June, 1746, from Chalkley's)
Samuel Hazard Borden's Grant (Borden Tract NE, bordering Beverley Manor's southwest, 220 acres, 1756)
John Houston Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, SW, from Benjamin Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 228 acres, part of 92,100 (acres), corner to James Eikens (Elkens?) and Richard Consard; corner to Consard and Samuel Dunlap, 18 May 1748 from Chalkley's), this is probably John Houston, Sr. (b. 1689, County Antrim, Ireland, d. 1754, Augusta County, VA.
Robert Huston/Houston Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden, # of acres not listed, Timber Ridge, 12 Feb. 1748 from Chalkley's), (b. 1720, prob. Ireland, d. 1761, Rockbridge County, VA), son of John Houston, Sr..
James Lackey Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, 200 acres, 17 August, 1767), side of North River on or near Mathew Robinson's line; corner James Campbell; widow McClure's line.
John Lyle Borden's Grant (from Benjamin Borden, # of acres not listed, part of 90210; corner Matthew Lyle; corner John McDowell. "This same land acknowledged to John, but deed found to be insufficient", 14 Aug. 1748 from Chalkley's) John Lyle (b. abt. 1720, d. 1758) was a son of James Lyle and Margaret Snoddy and a brother of Matthew Lyle who owned the adjoining land.
Matthew Lyle Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, 2 adjoining tracts - 300 acres acquired in 1742 and 451 acres acquired in 1746), (b. 1711, Ireland, d. 1774, Augusta County, VA), son of James Lyle and Margaret Snoddy and brother of John Lyle, listed above.
Samuel Lyle Borden's Grant (from Borden, etc., 235 acres on Mill Creek; corner to James McClung; corner Jno. McNabb, 27 May 1751 from Chalkley's) Samuel Lyle (b. 1725 near Larne, County Antrim, Ireland) was a nephew of John and Matthew Lyle, listed above. He married Sarah McClung, daughter of William McClung (b. bef. 1707, prob. Ireland).
[[Person:Arthur McClure Borden's Grant (from Benjamin Borden, 153 1/2 acres of 90210, 19 May 1749 from Chalkley's)
Moses McClure Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benj. Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 180 acres, part of 92,100 (acres); Spanish Oak on east side Mill Creek; corner to Nathaniel McClure, crossing the Warar Run, 20 May 1748 from Chalkley's), (b. 1720, Raphoe Parish, County Donegal, Ireland, d. 1 Dec. 1778, Lexington, Rockbridge County, VA), son of Halbert McClure and Agnes McTavish, married Isabella Steele, daughter of David Steele and Janet.
Moses McClure Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden, 380 acres of 92100, crossing South River, 21 Aug. 1749 from Chalkley's), same as above.
Alexander McCroskey Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, 200 acres, 1750) Same (From Borden, etc.) to Alexander McCoskery, 200 acres; corner Wm. Buchanan and Isaac Anderson.
John McCroskey, Jr. Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benj. Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 284 acres, part of 92,100 (acres), corner to James Glascow, 16 May 1748 from Chalkley's)
John McCroskey Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, two tracts - 300 acres, 1747 & 440 acres, 1749), (b. 1690, Ireland, d. 6 May 1757, Rockbridge County, VA), father of Alexander McCroskey (listed above) and John McCroskey, Jr. (listed below).
[[Person:Francis McCune Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Zeruiah Borden, widow, of Frederick County and Benj. Borden, of Augusta, executors or Benj. Borden, late of Orange, to Francis McCune, £3 current money Virginia; 328 acres, part of 92,100 acres patented to Benjamin, Sr. 6th November, 1739, the Barrens on the south side of the creek; corner to Joseph Kennedy, 19 June 1746 from Chalkley's)
James Montgomery Borden's Grant (from Zeruiah Borden, widow of Benj. Borden, £20 current money Virginia; 654 acres, part of 3,553 acres patented to Benjamin, Sr. on 9th March, 1740, dated 19th June, 1746, from Chalkley's). (b.1690, Donegal, Ulster, Ireland, d. 1756, Ameila or Augusta County, VA).
[[Person:John Moore Borden's Grant (from Benj. Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 504 acres, 1R., 20P., part of 92,100 (acres); corner Joseph Lapsley; corner to Gilbert Campbell, 20 May 1748 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:John Moore Borden's Grant (from Benjamin Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 428 acres, 26p., part of 92,100 (acres), 18 Nov. 1747 from Chalkley's)
Thomas Paxton Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 500 acres, part of 92,100 (acres), a post in Thomas Paxton's line; patent line; Archibald Alexander's corner; crossing the river; the Punch Bowle; said Alexander's line, 16 May 1748 from Chalkley's) (b. 1700, Ireland, d. 1762, Augusta County, VA)
Thomas Paxton, Jr. Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, from Benjamin Borden, "sold in testator's lifetime", 670 acres, part of 92,100 (acres), corner to John Lowry; corner to Lowry and McKy (McCrosky?), crossing northeast branch of James River to two pines in Borden's patent line; Spanish oak on south side of river, 16 May 1748 from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1720, d. 1788 in Rockbridge County, Virginia)
William Porter Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, 395 1/2 acres, 1742), a tract that lay beyond the Blue Ridge Mountains in what was then Orange County, Virginia. (b. abt. 1710, Ireland, d. 1782, Rockbridge County, Virginia)
[[Person:James Randolph Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, 200 acres part of 92100, 17 May 1749 from Chalkley's)
George Rankin Borden's Grant (known as "George Rankin of Middle River") received a land patent August 20, 1747, on the north side of Middle River and north of Beverly Manor but south of the present boundary between Augusta and Rockingham Counties (acreage and location not shown on Hildebrand Map). (b. abt. 1720, d. 26 Jan. 1760, Augusta County, VA) It is not known how George is related to the other Rankin families in Augusta County, more research is needed to establish his parentage.
Moses Trimble Borden's Grant (Borden Tract, 345 1/2 acres) (from Benj. Borden &c. "sold in testator's lifetime", 345 1/2 acres, part of 92,100, adjoining John Huston on the Timber Ridge; corner to Samuel Gray; corner to David Edmiston; corner to Daniel Lyle, 18 Nov. 1747 from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1718, Ireland, d. 18 July 1783, Washington, VA), son of Robert Trimble and brother of John Trimble, who was killed in the last Indian Raid in Augusta County, listed above.
James Young Borden's Grant (Borden Tract), (from Benj. Borden "sold in testator's lifetime", 440 acres, part of 92,100 (acres), corner to John Allison on the banks of the river at the mouth of Whistle Creek, 18 March, 1747 from Chalkley's), (b. aft. 1711, County Antrim, Ireland, d. 21 Dec. 1790 Augusta County, VA), son of John Young and Anne Houston and brother of Hugh Young above.
William Hamilton, farmer Calf Pasture Calf Pasture (678 acres in Calfpasture, 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's)
William Gay of Calfpasture Calf Pasture, Little Calfpasture Calf Pasture, Little Calfpasture (490 acres in Col. Beverley's part of Calfpasture, Little Calfpasture, from Chalkley's, 27 Feb. 1749), (b. abt. 1720, d. 1755, Calfpasture, Augusta County, VA), married Margaret 'Mary' Walkup, daughter of Samuel Walkup and Nancy Agnes Alexander, was one of the five Gay brothers in early Augusta County, Virginia.
Thomas Kincaid Calfpsture? Calfpsture? (263 acres, adjoining John Preston, Robert Lockridge, Robert Gwin, 19 Nov. 1747 from Chalkley's), (b. 1704, prob. Ireland/Scotland, d. 1750, Augusta County, VA), married Margaret Lockhart on 21 June 1735 prob. in Pennsylvania. (Note: this land is most likely located on the "Calfpasture" area of Augusta County).
James Ramsey Cow Pasture (lived in the Cow Pasture and acquired an 80 acre tract on North River of Shanando from Daniel and John Smith on 18 August, 1756, from Chalkley's), (b. abt. 1717, d. abt. 1760, Augusta County, Virginia), possibly the brother of Robert Ramsey who was killed in the Indian Raid of "Kerr's Creek" on October 10, 1759, listed below.
Robert Ramsey Cow Pasture (lived in the Great River of Cow Pasture), known as "Robert Ramsey of the Great River of Cowpasture", who was killed in the Indian Raid of "Kerr's Creek" on October 10, 1759. More information is needed on his family. May possibly be a brother of ]]James Ramsey, listed above, who also lived in the Cow Pasture area.
Henry Gay Great Calf Pasture Great Calf Pasture (acquired 694 acres, known as "Tract #7" on the Great Calfpasture, purchased for £33.39, in abt. 1744/5. In 1769, he sold 100 acres were sold to his son-in-law, James Frazier, for £33.33 in 1769). (b. abt. 1704, Ulster, Ireland, d. 1779, Rockbridge County, VA), was not directly related to the five Gay brothers that also migrated to Augusta County, VA. This family migrated from Sadsbury Township, Lancaster County, PA.
[[Person:John Johnson Little Calf Pasture Little Calf Pasture (213 acres "on Little Calfpasture patent line", 27 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:Jacob Martin Little Calf Pasture Little Calf Pasture (141 acres on branch of "Little Calfpasture", called Hall's Branch, 26 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's) farmer
[[Person:James Anderson (abt. 1720 Ireland, d. 1779, Augusta County, VA), son of John Anderson and Margaret (unknown), who died bef. 1740, prob. in Pennsylvania. His brothers George, John and William Anderson also migrated to Augusta County.
[[Person:James Anderson (270 acres on branch of Cathey's River, lying in that part of Orange County called Augusta, on a branch of Cathey's River called "Anderson's Branch", &c., in consideration of the importation of five persons to dwell within this our Colony and Dominion of Virginia, whose names are: John Anderson, Jane Anderson, Esther Anderson, Mary Anderson, and Margaret Anderson," and the further consideration of five shillings—provided the "fee rent" of one shilling for every fifty acres be paid annually, and three acres in fifty be cultivated and improved within three years, 3 June, 1738 from "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia", by Joseph Addison Waddell), same as above.
Note: John Bingham is on some lists as also acquiring an additional 738 acres in 1749, but that appears to be in error as 738 acres was acquired by John Black
Francis Beatty (SW, (actually falls in Borden Tract bordering Beverley Patent) from Borden, etc., 265 acres of 92100 (acres); corner John Kerr, Beverley Manor line, including Flat Spring, otherwise called Beaty Spring (Spring Beaty), 27 Aug. 1751 from Chalkley's), same as above.
* Note: this transaction is listed as occuring in 1749 on some lists, but this citation in Chalkley's seems to indicate the earlier date of 1746 is more likely:
* Note: this transaction is listed as occuring in 1749 on some lists, but this citation in Chalkley's seems to indicate the earlier date of 1746 is more likely:
George Breckenridge &
James Breckenridge (1742, # of acres not listed) (b. 1724, d. perhaps 1744, shortly after acquiring land). James was also a son of Alexander Breckenridge and Jane Preston.
James Callison (Two tracts listed consecutively in Chalkley's: - 1) Beverley Patent SW/NW, from William Beverley, 276 acres in "Beverley Manor", corner William Ledgerwood, 2) from William Beverley, 230 acres on "Nutt's Creek" in "Beverley Manor", 28 Feb. 1749), (b. abt. 1722, County Armagh, Ireland, d. bef. 16 Jan. 1789, Augusta County, VA).
[[Person:David Campbell (106 acres, 28 Feb. 1749/50, adjoining 110 acres of David "White David" Campbell and Alexander Campbell), This is probably "Black David Campbell" according to some sources.
Charles Carter, early survey as follows: (76) 10 ber ye 7, 1738, survey for Col. Charles Carter, beginning at a White Oak and Hiccory, corner to Col. Carter on ye Flat Grounds ye Mount Run. Ys was laid off for a for ye said Carter called ye Horsepen and contains 465 acres. (Note: this land was apparently in an outlying area of the Beverley Patent in old Augusta County, perhaps neighboring another County, and not in Beverley Manor or in the Borden Tract)
John Christian (b. 1715, Ireland, d. 19 Nov 1779, Augusta County, VA), m. Margaret Wilson (b. 1719), son of Gilbert Christian and Margaret Richardson.
Robert Christian (b. abt. 1712, Ireland, d. abt. 1790, Augusta County, VA), m. Isabella Tiffens, eldest son of Gilbert Christian and Margaret Richardson.
William Christian (b. 1720, Ireland, d. 1776, Augusta County, VA), son of Gilbert Christian and Margaret Richardson, m. Mary Campbell, daughter of Patrick Campbell. Referred to as "Maj. William Christian" in some records.
[[Person:John David Welppert|John David Wilppert (Wilpper) (from Beverley (by Lewis and Madison), 467 acres; part of 1550 acres Mill Tract in Beverley Manor; corner John Coningham (Cunningham); also lots 2, 10 and 11 in Staunton; lease 99 years (1751), 1 June 1751 from Chalkley's)
Page 324.--22d August, 1771. Robert Beverley to John Ramsey, Jr.,
Robert Gamble (conveyed from Robert Poage, farmer to Robert Gamble, weaver, £15 current money Virginia; 306 acres on west side Blue Ridge; corner to Alexander Blair; John Young's line. Witnesses, John Nuckens Pickens), James Trimble, Silas Hart. Acknowledged, and dower released by Elizabeth, wife of Robert, 15th April, 1746, from Chalkley's. (b. abt. 1710, Ireland, d. abt. 1770, Augusta County, VA).
James Gay (149 acres from William Beverley, in the Little Calfpasture, corner John Gray, corner William Elliot by deed dated, Nov. 27, 1747 (Chalkley, II, 162), was one of the five Gay brothers in early Augusta County.
Robert Gay (acquired 519 acres, known as "Tract #9" on the Great Calfpasture, purchased for $57.89, in abt. 1744/5), was one of the five Gay brothers in early Augusta County, Virginia.
William Gay (410 Acres from William Beverley in Calf Pasture on both sides of Little River; cor. Wm. Gay's land; line of Rev. Mr. Hindman's land (Augusta Deeds 6:279)). This William Gay has been identified as a ]]different]] William Gay than the above, and not one of the five Gay brothers in Augusta County; he is related to Henry Gay, from Pennsylvania, another early settler in Augusta County.
James Givens, early survey in Orange County, VA as follows: (27) May 11th, 1738, survey for Ja (mes) Givins, beginning at (John, see 29). Young, beginning at Tumble's Cor., Back Kreek. Sam. Walker's Cor., McAnaar's line. James was a brother of Samuel Givens, listed below.
Samuel Givens, early survey as follows: Orange County, VA Deed Book III, p. 13, is the following order: "Deed (or release) dated Sept. 28, 1738, William Beverly of Essex county, Virginia, Gentleman of the first part, and Samuel Givens, of Orange County, farmer, of the other part, - for and in consideration of seven pounds, ten shillings, and six pence, - deeds 311 acres of land known as Beverly Manor." This was duly signed by William Beverly. This deed was recorded Sept. 28, 1738. Samuel Givens was a brother of James Givens, listed above.
[[Person:John Glass (SW, 236 acres, 1749)
[[Person:Archibald Hamilton (1741), no information.
McCunes line. Delivered: William Ramsey, 5th October, 1772.
Robert Looney, obtained a grant of 250 acres on James River and on Lunie's Mill Creek; also 400 acres on Luie's Mill (Looney's Mill) Creek on 30 July 1742. (b. 1692, Isle of Man, United Kingdom, d. 14 Sept. 1769, Augusta County, VA)
John Lowry (350 acres, referred to as "Tract 2") early survey as follows: (61) 9 ___ber ye 3, 1738, survey for John Lowrey, beginning ( ) William Allen. (b. abt. 1700, Ireland, d. 1759, Augusta County, VA).
John Lynn, Sr. (# of acres not listed, 1749), known as "Dr. John Lynn" (b. abt. 1695, County Donegal, Ulster, Ireland, d. abt. 1751, Augusta County, VA), his sister Margaret Lynn married ]]John Lewis, one of the first settlers of Augusta County, VA.
John Lynn, Jr. (# of acres not listed, 1749), son of John Lynn, Sr., listed above.
John McCleary (420 acres, 4 February, 1748) (b. est. 1695-1700, d. 1773, Augusta County, Virginia)
[[Person:Isaac McCullough (SW, 230 acres, 1741)
[[Person:John McLeary, planter (from William Beverley, # of acres not listed, 4 Feb. 1748 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:Alexander Miller, blacksmith (248 acres part of 92100, 17 May 1749 from Chalkley's)
[[Person:James Miller (44 acres in Beverley Manor, 17 Feb. 1749 from Chalkley's), was the brother of John Miller (listed below), who immigrated from Ulster, Ireland in abt. 1737. Need more information.
Person:Dennis Monahan early survey as follows: ( ) ye 22, 1738, survey for Danis Monahan, beginning at James McClure's, Andrew McClure's.
Page 547.--28th February, 1749. Same to Hugh Young, farmer, 200
Page 547.--28th February, 1749. Same to Hugh Young, farmer, 200
Richard Pilson (From William Beverley, 330 acres, 22 March 1753, M.B.M. Bloodworth's line, from Chalkley's), b. bef. 1719, Northern Ireland, d. aft. 1776).
[[Person:Robert Poague (Poage) (Beverley Patent SW, 202 acres, 1740), same as above.
William Ramsey (From William Beverley, 582 acres in Calf Pasture on Little River. Cor. Alex Dunlap, 14th May, 1754 from "Chalkley's") (b. est. 1712-1725, d. 1789, Augusta County, VA)
Person Andrew Russell (pg. 335) 'p. 384 - May. 18, 1762 Andrew Russell and Florence, to Joshua Russell their son,
Person:George Seawright (56) 8 ___ber 20, 1738, survey for George Seawright, beginning on West side South Fork of Shenandore below ye mouth of a Spring branch and runneth thence S. 15 E. 44 to 3 Pines, S. 30 W. 150 to 2 Pines, thence S. 52 W. 100, 20 ye river, thence crossing ye same to below to White Oaks; N. 30 W. 20, N. 10 W. 120 to 1 White Oak, thence N. 30 E. 180 to 2 pines, thence N. 60 E. 60 to a pine; S. 65 E. 68 to ye river, thence up ye said river, S. 6 W. to ye beginning, thence came to ye corner between 2 White Oaks and run; S. 58 E. 78 to a Sycamore on ye river and down ye river ( ), N. 60 E. 40 P. and N., 18 W. 4 pole.
[[Person:James Shields -1749
[[Person:Thomas Stuart (SE, 353 acres, 1749)
John Tate (Teat) (Beverley Patent SW, 344 acres in Beverley Manor, 4 April 1749 from Chalkley's), (b. 1710, Ulster, Ireland, d. March 1801, Augusta County, VA.
John Teas (abt. 1700-abt. 1750), who married Martha Steele, daughter of David Steele and Janet (unknown).
[[Person:Link to return back to Article: Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
John Trimble, was a contemporary of John Trimble, listed above, but the relationship between the two is unknown. This John Trimble (b. est. 1712-1723, d. abt. 1789, Augusta County, VA) was known as "John Trimble of North Mountain".
*Note: [[Person:*Note: This is a different John Brown than "Rev. John Brown" who came to Augusta County abt. 1753, after graduating from Princeton College in 1749, and married Margaret Preston, daughter of John Preston and Elizabeth Patton.
Note: Beverley to Andrew Sept. 24, 1741. John Henderson's line. Delivered: Joshua Russell, Mar. 1767.
Note: Corner Pickin's old place; William McClintock's line. Teste: John Brown.
Note: £13.10, 110 acres in Beverley Manor., Hugh McClure's corner, Samuel
Note: 5 pounds; 150 acres on Christians Creek in Beverley Manor, part of 496 acres conveyed by
Note: acres in Beverley Manor, joining ]]his former survey]]. Pat Martin's line.
Note: acres in Beverley Manor, joining ]]his former survey]]. Pat Martin's line.
Note: Corner Pickin's old place; William McClintock's line. Teste: John Brown.
Note: pounds;
Note: 110 acres the date is difficult to read on map, but the following Chalkley's information verifies this date:

Wadell's List

SettlerMini BiographySettlement Area
Patrick CampbellDeed recorded 22 Feb 1739. (Source:Waddell, 1902) (b. 1696, Ireland, d. 17 Mar. 1767, Augusta County, VA), m. 1) Elizabeth Taylor, bef. 1716 prob. in Ireland, m. 2) Eleanor (unknown) abt. 1754 Beverley's Manor.
George HudsonDeed recorded 22 Feb 1739. (Source:Waddell, 1902) no information. Beverley's Manor
John LewisDeed recorded 22 Feb 1739. (Source:Waddell, 1902) (b. 01 Feb 1677/78, County Donegal, Ulster Province, Ireland, d. 01 Feb 1762, Augusta County, VA), m. Margaret Lynn (1693-1773). This John Lewis is sometimes confused with another John Lewis, from Shenandoah County, Virginia. Beverley's Manor
George Robertson no information.
John McDowell Capt. John McDowell (b. 1714, Ireland, d. 14 Dec 1742). Came to America in 1737, importing self, wife magdalene, son Samuel, and servant John Rutter. His wife, Magdelena Woods (1712-1810), was a daughter of Samuel Woods and Elizabeth Campbell. John was killed by Indians in Augusta County. Magdalena married 2nd, Benjamin Borden, Jr. in 1744, and 3rd, Gen. John Bowyer bef. Nov. 1754.Borden's Grant
George Anderson Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself, his wife Elizabeth and his children William Margaret John and Frances. George Anderson, (b. abt. 1710, Ireland, d. 1788, Augusta County, VA), m. Elizabeth Crawford (abt. 1710-1788). George was a son of John Anderson and Margaret (unknown), and brother of John, William and James Anderson, who also migrated to Augusta County.wife Elizabeth, and his children, William, Margaret, John and Frances.
John Anderson Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) his wife, Jane, and his children, Esther, Mary and Margaret. This was John Anderson, (b. abt. 1712, Ireland, d. 1787, Augusta County, VA), married Jane (unknown). He was the son of John Anderson, Sr. and Margaret (unknown) and brother of George, William and James Anderson, who also migrated to Augusta County.
James BellProved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself and his children, John, Margaret and Elizabeth. These were the "Long Glade Bells". This was James Bell (b. 1710, Ireland, d. May 1751, Augusta County, VA), m. Rachel McCune. Owned several tracts of land in Augusta County, mentioned in his will, written in 1749.
Alexander Breckenridge ( Note: In a deed from Wm. Null to John Coalter, Nov. 28, 1750, for 210 acres of land on Mill Creek, mention is made of Robert McClanahan's lines and the corner "to the grave-yard of John Breckinridge who was murdered by Indians." This is Alexander Breckenridge (b. 1670, d. 1743, Augusta County, VA) that married Jane Preston and brought a large family to Augusta County. Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself, (unreadable), John, George, Robert, (unreadable), Smith, (unreadable), and Letitia Breckenridge from Ireland to Philadelphia.
William Brown Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself and his children, Mary, Robert, Hugh and Margaret. More information needed on this family.
James CaldwellProved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself and his children, Mary, Jean, Agnes, John, Sarah and Samuel. This was James Caldwell, (b. bef 1714, prob. Ireland), purchased 600 acres in Augusta County 20 Feb. 1738 on Christian's Creek. Appointed Constable in 1743. Wife Mary, Children: Jean, Agnes, John, Mary, Sarah and Samuel.
John Hays Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself and his children Rebecca, Charles, Andrew, Barbara, Joan and Robert. John Hays (b. est. 1685-1694, prob. Ireland, d. Dec. 1750, Augusta County, VA) was probably the brother of Patrick Hays,

listed below.

Patrick Hays Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself and his (wife) Frances and children, Joan, William, Margaret, Catharine and Ruth. Patrick Hays (b. est. 1700-1710, d. abt. 1761 in Orange County, VA) married Frances (some say McNitt), and was probably the brother of John Hays, listed above.
David Logan Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself his wife, Jane, and his children, Mary and William. David Logan (b. 1706, d. abt. 1757, Augusta County, VA) married Jane McKinley and were the parents of Gen. Benjamin Logan (1742-1802), who was born shortly after their migration to Augusta County, VA.
Robert Patterson Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself, his wife Grace, and his children, Thomas, Mary and Elizabeth. Robert Patterson (b. 28 May 1700, d. bet. Oct-Nov. 1774, Augusta County, VA) was a son of William Patterson and Janet Erwin.
Robert Poage Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself his wife, Elizabeth, and his children, Margaret, John, Martha, Sarah, George, Mary, Elizabeth, William and Robert.
John Preston came in with Breckinridge and others, but postponed proving his importation till 1746, when he appeared before the court of Augusta, "to partake of his Majesty's bounty for taking uplands."
Samuel ScottProved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself his wife, Jane, and son, John. Samuel Scott (b. bef. 1710, d. 1749 in Augusta County, VA) married 1st, Jane (Unknown) bef. 1730 and 2nd, Ann Oliver bet. 1746-1746, probably in Augusta County, VA.
Robert ScottProved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself, his wife, Ann, and his children, Mary, George and Esther. Robert was the brother of Samuel Scott, listed above.
John StephensonProved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself and his (wife) Sarah and (daughter) Mary. John Stephenson (b. abt. 1700, d. abt. 1778, Rockingham County, VA) married Sarah Waite. Their daughter Mary married Archibald Houston (1730-1774). One account has John Stevenson being imported with "daughters" Sarah and Mary, but that appears to be in error according to other accounts. There is no mention of a daughter Sarah in his will, only his wife Sarah was mentioned.
John Trimble Proved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself his children, Ann, Margaret and Mary. This is probably John Trimble (b. abt. 1715, d. 1764) who married Mary Christian, more research is necessary on this family.
David WilsonProved self importation 22 May 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:38) for himself his wife, Charity, and son, James.
Hugh Campbell Proved self importation 26 June 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:39) for himself and his children, Esther and Sarah. (b. 1714, Ireland, d. Dec. 1774, Augusta County VA), married Esther McGill, daughter of William McGill/Magill and Mary Eakin.
John Smith Proved self importation 26 June 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:39) his wife, Margaret, his children, Abraham, Henry, Daniel, John and Joseph, and Robert McDowell. This was Captain (later Col.) John Smith of Augusta, who became prominent during the Indian wars, as did his sons, Abraham, Daniel and John.
Robert Young Proved self importation 26 June 1740, (Source:Waddell, 1902:39) and his children, Agnes, John,

Samuel and James, (b. 1711, County Antrim, Ireland, d. 1762 in Augusta County, VA), m. Agnes Crockett abt. 1730 in Ireland. Robert was a son of John Young (d. 1747, Augusta County) and Annie Houston.

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