Timeline.Lynn in Prince William, Virginia

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Time Line for John Lynn/Linn
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By 1636 there was little to no settlement in the Northern Neck. It was then called "The Chickacoan District" and was not formally organized into a county (Northumberland) until "about 1645." In 1648, the Northern Neck had been formed into Northumberland County and in 1653 became a part of Westmoreland County. When Stafford County was formed in 1665 it consisted of all the north part of the Neck, lying between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers continuing back to the Blue Ridge along these rivers.
Lancaster was formed from Northumberland (and York) in 1651.
Westmoreland out of Northumberland 1653
1664/5 Stafford County formed out of Westmoreland
25 Mar 1731 PRINCE WILLIAM created from KING GEORGE and STAFFORD. (Hening, 4:303)
01 Dec 1742 PRINCE WILLIAM lost to creation of FAIRFAX. (Hening, 5:207-208)
01 May 1759 PRINCE WILLIAM lost to creation of FAUQUIER. (Hening, 7:311-312)

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1752 28 May Case of Samuel JACKSON vs. John RANDOLPH, Prince William Co., VA court. Jurors: John METCALF, Lewis RENO, William BAYLIS, John BUCHANAN, Richard HAZELRIG, Thomas FAULKNER, William RUSSAW, William BRIDGES, Francis RENO, Charles CHINN, John LINN and John BLAND. ("Prince William County Minutes Books)

1755 26 May Edward GWATKIN, William HAGGARD, John METCALF and John LYNN or any three of them appointed by Prince William Co., VA court to inventory and appraise the estate of Walter SCAILS deceased.

1758 Oct 23 Bryant Shamlin dec.; Aaron Shamlin Adm.; Charles Hardin and John Lynn bonded. (see next item).

October 23rd 1758 (1-46) Know all Men by these Presents, that We Aaron Shamlin, Charles Hardin and John Lynn are held and firmly bound to Thomas Lord Fairfax, Howsen Hooe, John Bailis and Allan McCrae Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of two hundred pounds current money, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this twenty third day of October in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty eighth and in the XXXII Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, the Second.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Aaron Shamlin administrator of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Bryant Hamlin deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of him the said Aaron Shamlin or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands,or Possession of the said Aaron Shamlin or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of his Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Aaron Shamlin being thereunto required, do render and deliver up his Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Aaron Shamlin SEAL
Charles Hardin SEAL
John Lynn SEAL

1761 Stafford County Deed Book P, p. 310-311a. (Joseph) SMITH to (John) LYNN Deed (Par Dettingen 9 June WINIFRED his wife) [Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Deed Abstracts of Stafford County, Virginia, 1722-1728, 1755-1765 (McLean, Va.: R. & S. Sparacio, 1987), 149] "Most of the pages from page 300 on have been destroyed, however scraps of some pages have been restored and are produced on the numbered pages. By using these scraps and the Index, we have attempted to supply as much of the records as possible." The information on the scraps is enclosed in parentheses. The date of this deed is probably 1761
Page 300 was recorded 11 March 1761
Pages 306-309 are dated 9 June 1761
Page 328 was recorded 11 Aug. 1761. The words "Winifred his wife" probably identify the wife of the grantor (Joseph SMITH), not the grantee.

1762 John Lynn in Daniel Payne's Account book, Dumfries, Virginia (this item found on Pat Wink’s rootsweb record of Prince William families here: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=princewmcounty&id=I00730
Indicates John’s father was Michael Lynn and his wife was Sarah Cordelia 'Lavy' Dowell aka 'Sally'.)

1762-1769 Dumfries, PWC, Store Ledgers John Lynn 1762-63 (E 144), 1763-64 (F 138), 1767 (I 292), 1768-69 (L 232)

2-Nov-1763 James Ingoe Dozier plaintiff vs John Hurt defendant in debt.
This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and offered himself against the defendant of the plea aforesaid who being solemnly called came not but made default judgment there upon is confirmed against him for seventeen pounds five shillings and eight pence current money and it is considered by the court that the plaintiff recover the same of the said defendant and William Farrow, John Lynn, George Foster and Edward Cornwell his common bail together with his cost by him about his suit in this behalf laid out and expended to be discharged on payment of eight pounds twelve shillings and ten pence like money with the legal interest there on from the sixth day of September one thousand seven hundred and sixty one until the same is fully paid and the costs.
SOURCE: Order Book 1761-1763, Pages 366 and 367, Prince William County, Va.

I did not find any mention of the name LYNN or LINN in Will Book M, 1729-1748. But in the next book, 1748-1767 we find:
1763 In Obedience Order of Court We the Subscribers have appraised Estate of Nathl. SMITH deced .. items listed and valued .. no total. Signed: Calvert PORTER, Richd. HEWITT, John LYNN. At Court held for Stafford County, 15th June 1763, Inventory admitted to record. [Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Stafford County, Virginia Will Book (Liber O), 1748-1767 (McLean, Va.: R. & S. Sparacio, 1987), 106, citing Stafford County Will Book O: 443-444]

	and 

1764 In Name of God I Robert FRISTOE of Overwharton Parish in County of Stafford being sick but of perfect memory .. make this my last will & Testament .. give Soul to God & for my body .. to the Earth to be buried .. First I give unto my loving ffather Richard FRISTOE the use of my Negroe fellow named Tom during his Natural life & after his decease to return to my wife again, for the use of her, during her Natural life and after her decease to be disposed of as hereafter mentioned. Item I give unto my loving Wife during her natural Life all the remaining part of my Estate of all kinds whatsoever, and if it should so happen that the Profits thereof should not be sufficient to maintain her in a decent manner. It is my will that she shall have in her power at any time to sell & dispose of all, or any part thereof towards her maintenance during her life, and after her death, It is my will that whole Estate belonging to me left by her a her death shall be sold for Money & to be dispos'd of as followth. I give unto Ann LYNN the Daughter of John LYNN & Isabell his wife, 10 pounds & in case she should die, before she is married or arrives to the age of 18, then it is my desire that it shall go to her Brother Frank LYNN, and in case he shall die before he arrives to age of 21, then to go to the next Lawful heir. I give unto my loving Brother Richard FRISTOE twenty pounds. the remainder of my sd Estate to be equally divided amongst my Brother Richard FISTOE's children that is now living, or the survivours of them at my wife's decease. Lastly I constitute my loving wife Executrix of this my last will & Testament hereby Utterly revoking all former Testament .. 15th Sept 1764.
[Signed] Robert FRISTOE.
Witnesses: Baily WASHINGTON, Jess (mark: +) EDWARDS, Nich (mark +) RILY.
At Court held for Stafford County 12th Novr 1764 Will presented .. proved .. admitted to record .. Certificate granted for obtaining Probate .. [Ibid., 113-114, citing Stafford County Will Book O: 478-479

1771 John Lynn, Jane Jackson and James Gwatkins are bonded with Jane Jackson being the administrix for the deceased Charles Jackson. http://www.pwcvabooks.com/documents/BondBook.pdf

Mar 1775 See item at bottom of page RE John Carney for proof that John Lynn was in Stafford County on this date.

1777 John Lynn on Fauquier Co. Rent Rolls. 900 acres.

1779 John Lynn Prince William County Short Census

1779 6 July Mentioned in an indenture between James and Ann West and Henry Peyton as having land adjoining the John Lynne property (Ann and James West are his daughter and son-in-law). (PWC Deed Book U. pp33-34)

1779 3 Aug John Lynn purchased land in Prince William County from John Foushee (PWC Deed Book T, pp 453-455)

1780 John Lynn, Litha Cheshire, and William Lynn are bonded and Litha Cheshire is the Executix of the deceased John Cheshire.

1780 Jul 3 from Prince William Co., VA Bond Book, Aug 1753-1782, Abstracted by June Whtehurst Johnson, pg 7 - James West dec.; John Lynn Adm.; Wm. Gains and William Lynn.

1780 1 Dec Indenture between John Lynn, Admin of James West deceaced, of PWC and Isaac Wickliff. (PWC deed book U, pp 222-3)

1781 6 March Acting as administrator for James West (deceased), renting the property to Isaac Wickliff. (PWC Deed Book U, pp 222-223)

1782 John Lynn Prince William County tax list

1782 1 August Indenture between John Lynn and John & Elizabeth Foushee for land in PWC. Witnessed by Henry Peyton and Valentine Peyton. (PWC deed book T, 1774-9. pp 453-5)

1793 Minor WINN, executor of the estate of Minor WINN, deeds to John LINN Sr. of Prince William Co., VA, 365 acres on Little River, Fauquier Co., VA. Wits. Betsey W. WINN.

1794 18 Aug Fauquier Co. Will of John Lynn
SONS: John and Lewis—tract of land I now live on..John to have upper and including the dwelling house and the other builds.
SON: Francis—120
Children: Fielding, Thompson and Sukey Thomas—all rest of estate.
GRANDCHILDREN: Jane West—5 pounds “to buy her a suit of clothes”
EXORS: Sons: Fielding, Thompson and Lewis
SIGNED: John (X) Lynn
WIT: Charles (X) Metcalf, James (X) Lawson, Thomas Lawson
PROVED: 22 December 1794 by order of James Lawson and Charles Metcalf.
23 April 1795 Peter Grant, with Charles Marshall and Joseph Chilton his securities, under bond for $2000, granted Certificate to obtain a letter of Administration.
SOURCE: Fauquier County, Va, Will, Page 345

1797 In chancery William and Ann Davies, William and Catherine Jackson, Lynn West and James West, last two minor by next friend William Davies, ag Peter Grant, Admin of John Lynn, who was his Admin. Fauquier Minute Book 13-230. (John Lynn’s grandson [Lynn West], son and heir to Ann and James West [both deceased], returned to PWC from Kentucky in 1797 and married Susan Jackson and sold the land he inherited. William and Catherine are most likely Lynn West’s inlaws. John Lynn [now deceased] was the Admin, but it appears William Davies and Peter Grant assumed the role) [Janie asks where can this suit be viewed or found?]

1798 This indenture made this thirteenth day of September in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight. Between CHARLES CHICK and ELEANOR his wife of County of Prince William of one part and JOHN LYNN SENR of county aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that CHARLES CHICK and ELEANOR his wife in consideration of the sum of twenty eight pounds Virginia currency to them in hand paid by said JOHN LYNN, the said CHARLES CHICK AND ELEANOR his wife by these presents do bargain and sell unto said JOHN LYNN his heirs a certain parcel of land in County of Prince William containing by estimation thirty three acres and one third be the same more or less and is part of a tract of land of ONE HUNDRED ACRES more or less mentioned and designated in the will of JOHN CHICK deceased, by the name of RIDDLES TRACT and thereby given and devised to his son, the said CHARLES CHICK and is the same tract whereon GAVIN ADAMS now lives, the said THIRTY THREE ACRES and one third of this land by this deed intended to be conveyed is laid off on the Northerly side of said tract of 100 ACRES by running a line from a black jack oak corner to JAMES GWATKINS and WILLIAM LYNN’s land standing on the South side of a small branch on POWELL RUN to a box oak standing where the roads fork near the said GAVIN ADAMS’s fence leading to DUMFRIES and WESTWOOD and from the said mentioned oak along the road leading to WESTWOOD till it intersects PETER CORNWELL’S LINE. And all houses, profits with the appurtenances belonging . To have and to hold the premises unto said JOHN LYNN his heirs and CHARLES CHICK for himself his heirs doth warrant and forever defend the premises to JOHN LYNN his heirs against all claims of any persons whatsoever. In witness whereof the said CHARLES CHICK and ELEANOR his wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year above written.
CHARLES CHICK
ELEANOR CHICK
Sealed and delivered in presence of:
GEORGE LANE
WILLIAM HOWISON
JOHN WILLIAMS
ROBERT ALEXANDER
1799
THOMAS ATTWELL SMITH
At a court continued and held for Prince William County the 6th day of February 1799.
This deed from CHARLES CHICK and wife to JOHN LYNN was proved by the oaths of JOHN WILLIAMS, WILLIAM HOWISON AND THOMAS A. SMITH and ordered to be recorded.
Teste. JOHN WILLIAMS Cl. Court
SOURCE: Deed Book 1796-1799, Page 397-398, Prince William county, Va, Abstracted by Ruth and Sam Sparacio.

1799 - Prince William Co VA - Petition to sell the church glebe is signed by Sam'l, William and Francis Jackson and John Lynn among a long list. Found at Prince William County Virginia genforum site.

1799 Isabel Lynn (John’s widow) taxable in Fauquier Co

*1801 26 Jan DB 1: pgs 191-193, 1800-1808. Deed John Lynn and Nancy his wife sell to Reuben Calvert 42A in PWC. Said 42A mentioned & designated in the will of John Chick, dec'd, and devised to his son Charles Chick. This Reuben Calvert may have Jackson connections. Cindy McCachern posted this and Barb Shave sent it to us. This land adjoins William Lynn and James Gwatkins and Peter Cornwell's land. In this deed it is spelled Gawtkins.

LAND TAX RECORDS
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA
1782 TAX
Fras Cornwell 100 Acres
Isaac Farrow 220 A
Wm Farrow 640 A
Wm Lynn 150 A
Eli Reno 179 A
Fras Reno 221 A
Thompson Randolph 100
Wansford Arrington 150 A
Fras Cornwell 111 A
Isaac Farrow 250 A
Wm Lynn 120 A
Lewis Reno Est 400 A
Wm Randolph 100 A
John Randolph 210 A
John Bland 211 A
James Whaley 170 A

1783 TAX
C. Cornwell 111 A
I. Farrow 220 A
Wm Farrow 640 A
F. Cornwell 100 A
R. Hedges 250 A
F. Jackson Est 644 A

1784 TAX
Charles Cornwall 111 A
Rich Davis 76 A
Wm Farrow 640 A
Isaac Farrow 250 A
John Hedges 400 A
Robert Hedges 250 A
Francis Jackson 120 A
William Lynn 140 A
Morkel Lynn 329 A
John Lynn 121 A
Thomas Norman 509 A
William Randolph 120 A
John Randolph 210 A
Thompson Randolph 100 A

1787 TAX
Francis Jackson 120 A
John Lynn 122 A
Hanson Hooe’s District
Wansford Arrington 150 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Isaac Farrow 200 A
William Farrow 640 A
John Hedges 400 A
Wm Lynn 150 A
Wm Linn 120 A
Michael Linn 320 A
Thompson Randolph 100 A
John Randolph 172 A
William Randolph 180 A

1788 TAX
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Isaac Farrow 200 A & 250 A
William Farrow 640 A
Robert Hedges 250 A & 130 A
Samuel Jackson 242 A
Francis Jackson Estate 644 A & 596 A
William Linn 150 A

1789 TAX
HENSON HOOE’S DISTRICT
Francis Cornwell 100 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Richard Davis 119 ½ A, 20 A, 60 A & 40 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A , 150 A, 200 A & 250 A
Wm Farrow 640 A
Robert Hedges 250 A & 150 A
John Hedges 400 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A
Francis Jackson Est 329 A
William Lynn 150 A & 120 A
Michael Lynn 320 A
Thompson Randolph 100 A
John Randolph 172 A
William Randolph 140 A

1790 TAX
James Whaley 170 A
WM DADE DIST
Thomas Bland 276 A
Francis Cornwell 100 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A & 250 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
Robert Hedges 250 A & 150 A
John Hedges 400 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A
William Lynn 150 A & 120 A
John Randolph 172 A
William Randolph 140 A & 20 A
Thomas Randolph 100 A

1791 TAX
Francis Cornwell 100 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A & 250 A
Wm Farrow 650 A

1793 TAX
Wansford Arrington 150 A
Thomas Bland 200 A
Francis Cornwell 100 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A & 250 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
Robert Hedges 250 A & 150 A
John Hedges 408 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A & 104 A
Wm Jackson 329 A
William Lynn 150 A & 120 A
Thomas Randolph 100 A
Wm Randolph Est 20 A
Thompson Randolph 250 A
Elenor Randolph 20 A & 90 A

1794 TAX
Thomas Bland 200 A
Frances Cornwell 100 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A & 250 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
Robert Hedges Est 250 A & 150 A
John Hedges 408 A
William Lynn 150 A
Michael Lynn 320 A
Thomas Randolph 100 A
Ann Randolph 172 A
Thompson Randolph 250 A
Elenor Randolph 20 A

1795 TAX
Charles Cornwell 111 A & 16 A
Robert Hedges Est 250 A & 150 A
John Hedges 400 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A & 104 ½ A
Wm Jackson 322 A & 100 A
Thompson Randolph 250 A
Wm Randolph Est 20 A & 20 A
John Randolph 172 A

1796 TAX
Joshua Botts Est 81 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A, 16 A & 32 A
Samuel Cornwell 50 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A & 250 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
Robert Hedges Jr 200 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
John Hedges Sr 400 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A, 104 ½ & 250 A
Wm Jackson 329 A & 100 A
William Linn Est 150 A & 120 A
Michael Linn 320 A
John Randolph Est 172 A
Wm Randolph Est 90 A & 20 A
Thompson Randolph 250 A

1797 TAX
Wansford Arrington 150 A
Charles Cornwell 111 S, 16 A & 32 A
Samuel Cornwell 50 A
Joseph Botts 24 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A & 250 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
Robert Hedges Jr 200 A
John Hedges 408 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A, 104 ½ A, 250 A, 329 A & 100 A
William Linn Est 150 A & 120 A
Michael Linn 320 A
Elizabeth Madden 233 A
Wm Randolph Est 20 A & 90 A
John Randolph Est 172 A
James Smith 300 A, 9 A, 130 A, 168 A & 100 A

1798 TAX
Wansford Arrington 150 A
Joseph Botts 24 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Samuel Cornwell (of Chick) 50 A
Charles Cornwell (of Ruth Riddle) 16 A & 32 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A, 250 A & 199 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
John Hedges Jr 408 A
Robert Hedges Jr 200 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A, 104 ½ A & 250 A
William Linn Est 150 A & 120 A
Michael Linn 320 A
Wm Randolph Est 20 A & 90 A
John Randolph Est 172 A

1799 TAX
Wansford Arrington 150 A
Joseph Botts 24 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A
Samuel Cornwell (of Chick) 50 A, 16 A & 32 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A , 250 A & 199 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
Robert Hedges (son of Robert Deceased) 200 A
John Hedges Sr (Massion Plantation) 834 A & 160 A on Head of Quantico Run
Samuel Jackson 512 A, 104 ½ A & 250 A in Fairfax Co
John Lynn 33 A
Michael Lynn 320 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A
Thompson Randolph 55 A (this part of 820 Acres on Long Branch)
Wm Randolph Est 20 A & 90 A
John Randolph Est 172 A
Sarah Smith 107 A

1800 TAX
Arrington Wansford 150 A
Joseph Botts 24 A
Charles Cornwell 111 A, 16 A & 32 A
Samuel Cornwell (of Chick) 50 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A, 250 A & 199 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
Robert Hedges (son of Robert deceased) 200 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
John Hedges Sr (Mansion Plantation) 834 A & 160 A at head of Quantico Run
Samuel Jackson 512 A, 104 ½ A, 250 A in Fairfax & 124 A
Wm Linn Est 150 A & 120 A
Michael Lynn 513 A
John Lynn (of Charles Chick) 33 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A
Thompson Randolph 55 A (part of 820 acres on Long Branch)
Wm Randolph Est 20 A & 90 A
John Randolph Est 172 A

1801 TAX
BELOW CEDAR RUN & OCCOQUAN
Benjamin Botts (tax paid by Braneaugh)
Charles Cornwell 111 A, 16 A & 32 A
Samuel Cornwell (of Chick) 50 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A, 250 A & 199 A
John Hedges Jr 834 A
Robert Hedges (son of Robert deceased) 200 A
John Hedges Sr 834 A
Michael Lynn 320 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A
Thompson Randolph 55 A
Wm Randolph Est 20 A & 90 A
John Randolph Est 172 A

1802 TAX
BELOW CEDAR RUN & OCCOQUAN
Benjamin Botts
Charles Cornwell 16 A & 32 A
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 200 A, 250 A & 199 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
John Hedges Sr (Mansion House) 834 A & 160 A at head Quantico Run
Robert Hedges (son of Robert) 200 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
Samuel Jackson 512 A & 104 ½ A
Wm Lynn Est 150 A & 120 A
Michael Lynn Est 320 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A
Thompson Randolph 55 A
Wm Randolph Est 20 A & 90 A

1803 TAX
BELOW CEDAR RUN & OCCOQUAN
Benjamin Botts
Isaac Farrow 3 A, 150 A, 270 A, 230 A & 199 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
Robert Hedges (son of Robert) 200 A
John Hedges Sr (Mansion House) 834 A & 160 A at head of Quantico Run
Wm Lynn Est 150 A & 120 A
Michael Lynn 320 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A
Thompson Randolph 55 A
John Randolph Est 172 A

1804 TAX
BELOW CEDAR RUN & OCCOQUAN
Charles Cornwell 143 A
Isaac Farrow (deceased) 3 A, 150 A, 210 A, 250 A & 199 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
John Hedges Jr 200 A
Robert Hedges (son of Robert) 200 A
John Hedges Sr (deceased) Mansion House 834 A & 160 A at head of Quantico Run
William Linn Est 150 A & 120 A
Michael Linn 320 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A
William Ragan 119 A
Thompson Randolph 55 A
John Randolph Est 86 A

1805 TAX
BELOW CEDAR RUN & OCCOQUAN
Benjamin Botts (of Isaac Farrow) 195 A
Charles Cornwell 143 A
Isaac Farrow deceased
Wm Farrow 650 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A

1806 TAX
BELOW CEDAR RUN & OCCOQUAN
Charles Cornwell 143 A
Isaac Farrow deceased 274 A
Wm Farrow 650 A
Robert Hedges Jr 173
Isham Hedges (of John Hedges Est) 500 A
Thomas Norman Est 100 A
Wm Norman 66 A
Thompson Randolph 55 A
John Randolph Est 81 A

4. JOHN4 CARNEY (THOMAS3, THOMAS CARNEY2 JR., THOMAS1 CARNEY) was born Abt. 1730 in Prince William County, VA, and died Aft. 1811 in Mason County, VA. He married UNKNOWN. Notes for JOHN CARNEY:
Taken from the "Hackers Creek Journal" - "John Carney was born about 1730, died after 1811. He is listed as a "Papist" in 1748/9. Ref: "Green's List of Tithables" (Library of Congress, Manuscript Room, Washington, D. C.). This reference would lead one to believe that John Carney was a Catholic. He is named in the lease of Thomas Carney and posted Bond of Administration of the Estate of Thomas Carney (his father), deceased in March 19, 1744. In the will of John Carney, (his uncle) mentioned previously, he is listed as a son of Thomas Carney. Berkeley County (VA) records dated 20th day of March 1775, states John Carney sold livestock and personal effects to John Lynn and Joshua Carney of Stafford Co, VA, perhaps in anticipation of moving to Frederick Co." http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/i/d/James-G-Midkiff/GENE1-0004.html