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Deed Book No. 1. page 258 Page 182 18th February 1746 James Davice to James Campbell, £64 current money Virginia; 570 acres in B. M. deed to Davice by Beverley, 21st February, 1738. James ( ) Davis. Witnesses, Samuel Gay, Wm. Henderson. Acknowledged, 19th February, 1746.
Deed Book No. 1. page 257 Page 169 21st November 1746 James Carter, millwright, to Robert Gay; 300 acres, part of tract granted to James Patton and John Lewis, and sold to Carter by Patton and Lewis 2d April, 1745, on Calfpasture River; corner to John Campbell's land. Witnesses, Jno. Buchanan, Thomas Gillham, Thomas Wood. Acknowledged by James, and dower released by Dinah, his wife, 21st November, 1746.
Deed Book No. 1. page 258 Page 177 18th February 1746 John Buchanan, yeoman, to James Cowan, £18.10.0 current money Virginia; 374 acres in B. M. in Patrick Campbell's line; Reed and Moor's land; Col. Patton's land. Witnesses, Andrew Cowen, Robert Foyle, James Trimble. Acknowledged, 18th February, 1746. [p.258]
Deed Book No. 1. page 255 Page 107 18th February 1747 Commission to Robert Coningham, John Wilson, and Robert Campbell, to examine Ann, wife of George Brackenridge, who is unable to travel to the Court House. She releases dower in D. B. 1, p. 11, 5th May, 1748.
Deed Book No. 1. page 259 Page 228 20th May 1747 John Pickens, Gent., to William Baskins, £10 current money Virginia; 212 acres; corner to James Lesley. Teste; Jno. Buchanan, Thos. Chew, 212; Charles Campbell. Acknowledged, and dower released by Eleanor, his wife, 21st May, 1747.
Deed Book No. 1. page 263 Page 367 27th March 1747 Benj. Borden, &c., to John Moore (sold in testator's lifetime); 504 acres, 1 R., 26 P., £12 current money Virginia. part of 92,100; corner to Joseph Lapsley's land; corner to Gilbert Campbell. Witnessed and acknowledged as above.
Deed Book No. 1. page 264 Page 380 17th September 1747 John Anderson and Jane, his wife, to Charles Campbell, farmer, £50 current money Virginia; 400 acres on a branch of North River of Shanando, called Anderson's Branch, granted to John, 10th June, 1740. Teste: James Porteus and Benj. Johnston. Acknowledged, 17th September, 1747.
Deed Book No. 1. page 266 Page 456 29th September 1747 £30. James Wood, of Frederick, to Ephraim, of Augusta, 245 acres on Goose Creek patented to James Wood, 12th January, 1746, adjoining Francis Betty. Teste: James Patton, Jno. Buchanan, Charles Campbell. Proved, 19th November, 1747, by James Patton and Chas. Camell.
Deed Book No. 1. page 261 Page 280 12th August 1747 Wm. Beverley, of Essex, to James Lynn, £----; 538 acres in Beverley Manor on South River, Shanando; Samuel Doah's land; Patrick Campbell's land; Brownlee's land; George Brackenridge's land. Teste: Robt. Davis, Jno. Mitchell, W. Russell. Proved by all witnesses, 19th August, 1747.
Deed Book No. 1. page 262 Page 317 13th August 1747 Wm. Beverley to John Mitchell, £20; 609 acres in Beverley Manor; corner to Samuel Brafford; John Buchanan's land; Patrick Campbell's land; crossing South River; Samuel Doak's land. Witnessed and proved as above.
Deed Book No. 1. page 268 Page 502 18th May 1748 £8.10.0. Benj. Borden to John Allison (sold in testator's lifetime, 291 acres, part of 92,100; white oak on southwest side of river; corner to Gilbert Campbell; corner to said Campbell and John Moore. Tested and acknowledged as above. [p.268]
Deed Book No. 1. page 268 Page 529 20th May 1748 £12. Benj. Borden to John Moore (sold in testator's life), 504 acres, 1 R., 20 P., part of 92,100; corner Joseph Lapsley; corner to Gilbert Campbell. Acknowledged, 20th May, 1748.
Deed Book No. 2. page 272 Page 138 15th September 1748 Joseph Reed, Taylor to David Sayers, Jr. Bought by Joseph from Wm. Beverley, 24th July, 1740, and 26th September, 1741. Corner James Robinson; Christian's Creek; corner Francis Beaty. Teste: John Buchanan, Charles and Pat. Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 272 Page 171 24th October 1748 Wm. Sayers to John Pattison, weaver, part of 1,546 acres sold by Wm. Beverley to Patrick Campbell in 1738 and by him to Wm. Sayers in 1745. Patrick Campbell. On South Branch Shanandoah. Teste: Wm. Smith, Pat. Campbell, James Mitchell. Andrew Duncan.
Deed Book No. 2. page 272 Page 175 24th October 1748 Wm. Sayers to Andrew Duncan, part of 1,546 acres above. Wm. Beverley, Patrick Campbell. Beverley Manor.
Deed Book No. 2. page 272 Page 185 3d May 1749 John Moore and Margaret, his wife, to Robert Moore. Woods Creek, a branch of James River; corner John Moore. Gilbert Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 274 Page 246 21st April 1749 William Beverley to James Patton and other justices, John Lews, John Buchanan, George Robinson, Peter Scholl, James Bell, Robert Campbell, Robert Cunningham, John Wilson, Thomas Lewis, James Mountgomery, Silas Hart, Henry Downs, William Jameson, Rich. Burton, John Christian, Samuel Gay, William Thompson. Courthouse. 25 acres. [p.274]
Deed Book No. 2. page 277 Page 413 27th February 1749 William Beverley to David Campbell, 110 acres in Beverley Manor. Teste: James Alexander, Israel Christian. William Gay.
Deed Book No. 2. page 280 Page 505 27th February 1749 Deed for the Glebe. Robert Campbell, Gent., to James Lockhart and John Madison, Church Wardens, and the other vestrymen, viz: James Patton, John Buchanan, Patrick Hays, John Christian, John Buchanan, Robert Alexander, Thomas Gordon, John Archer, John Mathews, John Smith, 200 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner James Clarke. 350 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley, 24th July, 1740. Teste: Patrick Cook, John Risk, Matthew Wilson, Nathan Patterson, Samuel Walker.
Deed Book No. 2. page 280 Page 532 28th February 1749 Same to James Rosebrough, 240 acres in Beverley Manor. Patent line of Beverley Manor. Teste: Arthur Hamilton, William Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 281 Page 541 28th February 1749 Same to William McNabb, 300 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner Samuel Downey, Adam Thompson's line; corner John Campbell; corner James Callison; Alexander McFeeter's line. Teste: John Lin, John Linn, Andrew McClure.
Deed Book No. 2. page 281 Page 544 27th February 1749 Same to Thomas Peerie, planter, 375 acres in Augusta County, Shennadore in Beverley Manor. Corner John Campbell; corner Robert Young; corner William McClintock. Delivered: Thomas Kirkpatrick, January, 1752. Teste: Jacob Lockhart, Nathaniel Davis.
Deed Book No. 2. page 281 Page 559 28th February 1749 Same to John Campbell, 247 acres on Beverley Manor on South River. Manor line. Corner William Patterson; Joseph Tees' line. Teste: William Petterson and Richard Pillson, William Johnston.
Deed Book No. 2. page 281 Page 562 28th February 1749 Same to William Patterson, 347 acres in Beverley Manor on South River. Corner John Campbell in Manor line; Joseph Tees' line; McClure's land; Archibald Stuart's line. Delivered: Isabella Gibson August, 1761. Teste: John Cabell, James Hamilton.
Deed Book No. 2. page 282 Page 573 27th February 1749 Same to Robert Campbell, 53 acres in Beverley Manor; corner to Manor and patent line; John Rusk's line; delivered: Joseph Tees, November, 1754. [p.282]
Deed Book No. 2. page 282 Page 579 28th February 1749 Same to John Glass, 236 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner to James Frame; Christian's land; passes Wilson's line. Teste: John Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 283 Page 632 28th February 1749 Same to David Campbell, 106 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner Alexander Campbell; corner David Cunningham. Teste: William Christian, Samuel Steel, John Christian.
Deed Book No. 2. page 283 Page 645 28th February 1749 Same to James Young, planter, 436 acres in Beverley Manor on Back Creek. Corner Robert Young; McFeeter's line; corner Andrew Pickens; corner Robert Campbell; corner Patrick Martin. Teste: John Wilson, John Gay.
Deed Book No. 2. page 283 Page 654 28th February 1749 Same to John Campbell, 325 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner Adam Thomson and Andrew McClure; corner Thomas Peevy; William McNabb's line; Adam Thompson's line. Teste: Robert Wilson, William Baskins, John Lin.
Deed Book No. 2. page 283 Page 656 28th February 1749 Same to John Wilson, Gent., 306 acres, at North Mountain Meeting House in Beverley Manor. James Lockhart's line; corner William Buntine and Nathaniel Davise. Teste: Charles Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 283 Page 659 28th February 1749 Same to Jacob Lockhart, planter, 210 acres in Beverley Manor. Teste: William Christian, Samuel Steel, William Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 284 Page 690 28th February 1749 Same to John Pickins, Gent., 300 acres in Beverley Manor. Christie's Creek, Corner to Kerr; Fork of Long Meadow Run and Christies Creek supposed to be a corner in the patent line; corner Geo. Rodgers; widow Baskins line. Teste: Jno. McClure, Chas. Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 277 Page 402 28th February 1749 John McCutchan to James McCutchan Corner David Coningham, in David Campbell's line; widow Cook's line; Patrick Coningham's line. Teste: Francis Beaty, Hugh H. Young, William McCutchan.
Deed Book No. 2. page 281 Page 565 28th February 1749 Same to James Peevie, planter, 220 acres in Beverley Manor; formerly James Montgomery's; former survey of said Montgomery and Thomas Peevie's land; John Campbell's line; William McNabb's line; John Lynn's land. Teste: Thomas Henderson, Thomas Rutlidge, Robert Ramsey. Delivered: Thomas Kirkpatrick January 1st, 1752.
Deed Book No. 2. page 284 Page 677 2d March 1749 Same to Adam Thompson, 287 acres in Beverley Manor. In Beverley Manor, corner Samuel Downey, Wm. McNabb's and John Campbell's line; corner Andrew McClure, Sr. Teste: Chas. Dick, Thos. Wood.
Deed Book No. 2. page 286 Page 760 23d May 1750 John Harrison, Jr., to Richard Hall, on Meadow Creek of Woods River, patent to John, 5th September, 1746. Teste: James Campbell, John McFarron. Delivered: Wm. Hall, July, 1763, 400 acres.
Deed Book No. 2. page 288 Page 842 29th August 1750 John McNabb to Baptist McNabb, 218 acres in Borden's tract, sold by Borden to John Patterson, and by Patterson to Jno. McNabb, 25th September, 1742, on Mill Cr.; corner David Dryden; corner Arthur McClure. Teste: David Dryden, Chas. Campbell, Francis Beatey.
Deed Book No. 2. page 288 Page (874) 868 28th August 1750 James Letherdale, blacksmith, to John Harrison, yeoman, on Luney's Mill Creek of James, 366 acres; patented to John, 12th February, 1742. The object of this conveyance is to correct certain conveyances by Harrison to Letherdale and thereby enable Harrison to make good deeds. Teste: John Lynn, Patrick Campbell, Francis Beaty.
Deed Book No. 2. page 283 Page 625 28th February 17-- William Beverley to David Cunningham, 226 acres in Beverley Manor. Land formerly belonging to John McCutchin but is since divided between him and his sons. James McCutchan's line (son of John); corner Patrick Cunningham; Alexander Campbell's line; David Campbell's line. Teste: Patrick Martin, John Trimble. [p.283]
Deed Book No. 2. page 272 Page 129 28th January 1748-9 John and Mary McNabb (his wife) to Arthur McClure. Mille Creek; corner James Thompson; corner Robert Galloway. Teste: Andrew McNabb, Wm. Hall, Gilbert Campbell. Delivered to John Wilson, 30th April, 1751. [p.272]
Deed Book No. 2. page 284 Page 693 2d March 1749-50 Same to Jno. McClure, farmer. In Beverley Manor, corner Edward Hall, 359 acres. Teste: W. Russell, Jno. Brown, Chas. Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 270 Page 28 Wm. Beverley to James Lockhart, farmer, Beverley Manor, tract surveyed for ye congregation; corner David Campbell. Teste: James Patton, W. Russell, Jno. Madison, Thos. Lewis, Jno. Buchanan, 17th June, 1748.
Deed Book No. 2. page 270 Page 35 Joseph Reed, Taylor to David Hayes, yeoman, bought by Joseph from Beverley, 24th July, 1740, and deeded, 25th September, 1741; Wm. Beverley, corner Jno. Buchanan, James Robinson, Charles Campbell. Teste: Patrick Campbell.
Deed Book No. 2. page 273 Page 189 Hugh Campbell to John Young. Naked Creek, part of 400 acres patented to Hugh, 25th September, 1746. Teste: John Francis, Alexander Blair, Wm. Preston, Esther, wife of Hugh. [p.273]
Deed Book No. 2. page 283 Page 650 Same to Robert Craig, 178 acres in Beverley Manor; Cathey's River. Adley Maxwell, Robert Patterson's line. Delivered: Grizel Craig 4th July, 1755. Teste: William Thompson, Charles Campbell, Adam Thomson.
Deed Book No. 2. page 286 Page 767 John Patterson, weaver, to John Ward, yeoman, 231 acres in Beverley Manor, Wm. Bev, Patrick Campbell, Wm. Sayers, So. River. Part of 1546 acres conveyed by Beverley to Pat. Campbell, 1738, and this part sold by Pat to Wm. Sayers, 1745. Teste: John Piery and Jno. Peery, the same, Elizabeth, wife of John Patterson. Teste: James Kerr, Jno. O. Peery.
Deed Book No. 1. page 595 Page 17 1st September 1790 Hugh Campbell, of Rockbridge, to John Lowry, of Augusta. Delivered: Joseph Lowry, son of John, 10th August, 1791. 130 acres, part of 200 acres conveyed by Charles Campbell to James Campbell and descended to Hugh as heir of James.
Deed Book No. 10. page 381 Page 183 1st July 1760 Jomes ( ) Birk and Lucretia, of Cumberland County, North Carolina, to Thomas Walker, of Albemarle, £40, 100 acres on Goose Creek, William Campbell's line. Teste: Wm. Ingles, James Bane, Jno. Hawkins. Delivered: Thomas Madison, 11th March, 1763.
Deed Book No. 10. page 385 Page 358 19th May 1762 Alex. Henderson to Alex. Campbell, £20, 100 acres granted to Henderson by James Edmiston, 17th March, 1757, on the Red Bank on South River of Shanando. Acknowledged. Delivered: Alex. Campbell, May, 1765.
Deed Book No. 10. page 386 Page 416 12th May 1762 Borden's executors to Samuel Todd, £12, 200 acres, part of 92100; cor. Wm. Hall; cor. to the Meeting House; cor. James Campbell's new survey, Samuel McMurtry's line. Teste: Benj. Hawkins. Alex. Collyer, Samuel McMurtry. Delivered: Richard Williamson. 26th May, 1774.
Deed Book No. 11. page 393 Page 116 11th December 1762 William Lockridge and Agness ( ) to David Steel, £100, 244 acres on Halfway Creek in Borden's tract; cor. Thomas Hill; Moore's cor.; David Moore's cor. Teste: Samuel and Robert Steel, Patt. Campbell. Delivered: Samuel Steel, June, 1766.
Deed Book No. 11. page 392 Page 90 16th November 1762 John Carlile and Mary ( ) to Thomas Hugart, £50, 250 acres in the Calfpasture, part of 600 acres formerly surveyed for James Carolile and by him conveyed to said John; James Carolile's land; Rev. Mr. John Kinkead's land; James Campbell's land; land of Jacob Clemons, deceased. Delivered to Wm. Hugheart, 21st December, 1790.
Deed Book No. 11. page 396 Page 201 26th March 1763 Mathew ( ) Robinson to Henry Campbell and James Culton, £40, 200 acres, part of Borden's 92,100; corner said Campbell, crossing Back Creek; corner John Robinson.
Deed Book No. 11. page 396 Page 203 25th March 1763 Same to Henry Campbell, £25, 200 acres, part of 92,100; corner Joseph Cultan, crossing Back Creek.
Deed Book No. 11. page 398 Page 244 22d June 1763 Thomas Campbell to Archibald Hopkins, £7, on Muddy Creek of North River, 40 acres; corner to land now or formerly Robt. Raulston's. Teste: John Poage, Richard Shanklin, James Hughes.
Deed Book No. 11. page 406 Page 494 20th March 1764 Philip Long, eldest son and heir-at-law of Paul Long, deceased, who was eldest son and heir-at-law of Philip Long, deceased, of Frederick County, Virginia, to Jacob Campbell, £20, 150 acres purchased by Philip, the elder, of Richard Mauldin, and deed recorded in Orange; corner Jacob Coger. Delivered: Jacob Campbell, February, 1768.
Deed Book No. 11. page 408 Page 535 19th March 1764 Robert Douglas to William Tincher, £50, 129 acres on the Pine Run on the south side of Beverley Manor in a line of Charles Campbell, and of James Robinson. Teste: John Bigham, George Campbell.
Deed Book No. 11. page 412 Page 645 20th June 1764 Hugh Ross and Sarah ( ) to John Campbell, £--, 170 acres on west side of Cartley's River called Walker's Run, side of Benj. Allen's Road. Delivered: John Campbell, December, 1765.
Deed Book No. 11. page 413 Page 670 23d January 1764 James Carlile and Rachel ( ) to Thomas Hugart, £130, 350 acres, part of a tract deeded by Col. James Patton and John Lewis, 2d April, 1758, iin the Calfpasture; corner Jacob Clemonses orphants; corner Rev. John Kinkade. Teste: Benj. Estill, Robert Knox, Wm. Kinkead, John Carlile, Samuel Campbell.
Deed Book No. 11. page 414 Page 693 18th August 1764 Samuel McDowell and Mary to John and Robert Moffet. £20, 340 acres patented to Samuel 5th August, 1751; Laurance Morrin's line. Teste: Arthur Campbell. Delivered: Jno. Moffet. September, 1766.
Deed Book No. 11. page 417 Page 746 21st November 1764 Robert Lockridge and Rebecca to David and Jno. Kinkead of Albemarle, £90, 520 acres on Great Calfpasture; corner Kinkead's land, crossing Ramse's Creek, said Lockridge's land. Teste: Francis Tincher, Wm. Wills, George Campbell. Delivered: David Kinkead, November, 1768.
Deed Book No. 11. page 415 Page 708 25th August 1764 Thomas Gillham and Margaret to John Corolile, £45, 200 acres in Calfpasture bounded by lands now in possession of Robert Gay's orphants, and Samuel Campbell's lands and William Wills' lands.
Deed Book No. 11. page 422 Page 855 19th March 1765 John Moore to Charles Campbell, £60, 230 acres in Borden's tract; corner John Houston's land. Teste: Wm. Mann, Archibald Reaugh, Samuel Downey. Delivered to C. Campbell's executors, 23d March, 1827.
Deed Book No. 11. page 420 Page 819 14th March 1765 Robert McKetrick and Jane ( ) to Wm. Wills, 110 acres on a branch of Great Calfpasture; corner Robert Gay, line of Wm. Campbell's land, patented to Robert, May, 1759.
Deed Book No. 12. page 425 Page 40 28th November 1764 Alex. Boyd, merchant in Augusta County, to Alex. Baine, merchant in Virginia, to secure payment of £1092.9.5, and to secure him as surety for Boyd, to James Lyle, merchant of Chesterfield, on account of Boyd, on North Fork of Roanoke called Stanton River, and sometimes by name of Roanoke River, 1200 acres, 400 acres thereof purchased from James Campbell and Lettes, his wife, oaks on Goose Creek, 100 acres more thereof purchased from same, crossing Crooked Run, 98 acres patented to Alexander Boyd, 30 acres more, part thereof, on Roanoke, patented to Alexander Boyd. 14th February, 1761; corner James Campbell, 267 acres, part thereof purchased from Mathias Yoakam, 305 acres thereof, entered on Augusta surveyor's book, and surveyed by Wm. Preston, one of the surveyors of said County. The aforesaid tracts adjoin and the plantation thereon, well known by the name of Fort Lewis. Conveys also 5 negroes. Mortgage. Teste: Wm. Watts, Alex. Love, David Ross, Charles McPherson.
Deed Book No. 12. page 426 Page 46 14th August 1765 George Campbell, Agness ( ) Campbell, his wife, and Prudence Campbell, his mother, to Andrew McClure, £130, 194 acres in Forks of James and in the fork of Wood's Creek and North Branch of James; corner Joseph Walker. Teste: Jno. McCampbell, Charles Campbell. Delivered: grantee, September, 1770.
Deed Book No. 12. page 427 Page 90 20th August 1765 Robert Campbell and Margret ( ) to Charles Campbell, £20, 220 acres; corner Charles Campbell; corner John Erwin. Teste: James ( ) Trotter, John ( ) Craney, Jno. Trimble.
Deed Book No. 12. page 427 Page 93 20th August 1765 Robert ( ) Brown, plantationer, and Mary ( ) to James Trotter, £250, 300 acres on Culton's Branch of North River of Shanandoe, south side Anderson's Branch. Teste: Charles ( ) Campbell, John ( ) Craney.
Deed Book No. 12. page 428 Page 100 17th August 1765 Henry ( ) Campbell and Sarah ( ) and James Culton and Marray to David Scott, £55, 200 acres in Borden's tract; corner said Campbell's, crossing Back Creek; corner John Robinson. Delivered: David Scott, 1768.
Deed Book No. 12. page 431 Page 211 20th August 1765 Alex. ( ) Campbell and Frances ( ) to Alex. Stewart, £62, 100 acres on South River, on Red Banks, conveyed to Campbell by Alex. Henderson, 19th May, 1762, who purchased it from James Edmondson, 17th March, 1757.
Deed Book No. 12. page 432 Page 218 11th October 1765 David Campbell to John Campbell, £5, 232 acres woodland ground. Teste: John Buchanan, Robert McNutt, Arthur Campbell. Delivered: John Campbell, March, 1769. [p.432]
Deed Book No. 12. page 433 Page 253 19th August 1765 Same to Halbert McClure, 300 acres, part of 92,100; corner Robt. Faris; corner Moses Trimble. Teste: Wm. Lusk, Charles Campbell, Robt. Gay.
Deed Book No. 12. page 438 Page 430 21st October 1765 Daniel McAnare and Hannah ( ) to Buchanan and Thompson, executors of Col. James Patton, £100, 390 acres on a branch of Woods River, part of a large tract patented to Col. James Patton; corner land of Wm. Sayers; corner Harman's land. Delivered: William Campbell, December, 1770.
Deed Book No. 12. page 425 Page 36 23d May 1765 Same to Sarah Thompson, £10.16, 360 acres in Beverley Manor, James Campbell's line; corner Robert Caldwell
Deed Book No. 12. page 429 Page 159 21st August 1765 William McFeeters and Mary ( ) alias Mary Perey, executors of Thomas Peary (Peery), to Samuel McNab (Mary was widow of Thomas but is now married to William), £42, 225 acres on Middle River of Shanandore; corner John Campbell's land. Teste: John Malcom, John Jameson, David Frame.
Deed Book No. 12. page 433 Page 259 9th October 1765 Charles Hays and Barbara to Andrew Hays, Jr., £10, 90 acres in Borden's tract; corner John Miss Campbell's on James Anderson's line; walnut on the bank of Back Creek. Teste: Andrew Hays. Sr., John Hays. Wm. McCampbell.
Deed Book No. 12. page 433 Page 261 8th October 1765 Same to John Hays, £20, 160 acres in Borden's tract; corner Andrew Hays' in John Miss Campbell's line; corner James Anderson. Delivered: Jacob Anderson, 27th July, 1772.
Deed Book No. 12. page 440 Page 489 19th August 1766 Alexander ( ) Walker and Elisabeth to Alexander Walker, his son, £10, 287 acres on a branch of Little's Creek, patented to Esther Campbell, 3d November, 1760, and conveyed by her to Alexander, Sr., 19th May, 1752; corner John Campbell. Delivered: Alex. Walker, Jr., April, 1769.
Deed Book No. 12. page 441 Page 522 19th August 1766 John Reaburn and Jean ( ) to Jacob Campbell, £--, 317 acres on Buffelo Draft, a branch of North River of Shanandore; corner Henry Leaburn. Delivered: Jacob Campbell, February, 1768.
Deed Book No. 12. page 442 Page 534 15th August 1766 Stephen ( ) Arnold and Jane ( ) to George Campbell, £40, 120 acres at the Cove on south side James River, crossing Elk Creek. Teste: Daniel Evans, Samuel McCluer (?).
Deed Book No. 13. page 442 Page 4 19th August 1766 John McCoy and Sarah ( ) to John Campbell. £100. 130 acres. part of 320 acres patented to John and his brother James McCoy, 25th September 1762. on Mossey Creek, Ralstone's line. Teste: John Malcom, John Archer, John Davidson. Delivered: John McCoy, 9th November, 1767.
Deed Book No. 13. page 445 Page 75 23d August 1766 William Brown and Isabella ( ) to James Henderson. £200. 400 acres on head of Culton's Branch of North River of Shannandor; corner James Trotter: also ten acres on same branch below same and between James Trotter and Hugh Campbell, part of Hugh Campbell's tract of 333 acres.
Deed Book No. 13. page 442 Page 10 19th August 1766 Robert Beverley to Joseph Mays, £10, 205 acres in Beverley Manor, Alexander Campbell's line. Samuel Braford's line; corner James Mitchell, to the beginning by Francis Beatey. Delivered: Jos. Mays, May. 1767
Deed Book No. 13. page 449 Page 190 26th January 1767 Brice (Bryce) Hanna to Patrick Campbell, one horse. Teste: Jno. Taylor, Thomas Steel. Delivered: Wm. Hay, December, 1767.
Deed Book No. 13. page 452 Page 287 6th January 1767 Robert Neelley (Neally, Neilly, Nealy) (and Anna), of Halifax County, to William Christian, £78, 350 acres on a branch of Roan Oak, adjoining Robert Breckenridge and Archibald Graham. Teste: Isaac Christian, Stephen Trigg, Arthur Campbell, James McCorkle, John Crocket.
Deed Book No. 13. page 453 Page 311 18th May 1767 Thomas Teat (Tate) and Ann to George Bright. £28. 170 acres in Beverley Manor on the head of a branch of South River; David Hays line. Teste: James Tate, Wm. Campbell, Robert Doak. Delivered: George Bright, November, 1770.
Deed Book No. 13. page 455 Page 396 18th August 1767 John Campbell, Sr., and Elisabeth to Robert Campbell, his son, 200 acres on Sinking Spring, a branch of Middle River of Shanando, part of 400 acres patented to said John, 12th June, 1746, corner John Campbell, Jr.; corner John Campbell. Delivered: Thomas Frame by your order, 25th January, 1773.
Deed Book No. 13. page 456 Page 415 24th March 1767 James ( ) McCoy, of Roan County, North Carolina, to John McCoy, of Augusta County, £30, 160 acres on Mossey Creek. part of 320 acres patented to said James and John McCoy, 25th September, 1762, David Ralstones line. Teste: John Campbell, Joseph Malcome. Elizabeth Campbell, Elizabeth McNight. Delivered: John McCoy, 9th November, 1767.
Deed Book No. 13. page 456 Page 431 6th August 1767 William Graham to his son Francis Graham, £100. 364 acres on Buffelo Creek of Rone Oak and in a fork of same adjoining Israel Christian, William Carvin and Joseph Robinson, part of 845 acres patented to James Patton. 3d November, 1750, oak in the Barrens; corner said Israel Christian. formerly Joshua McCormick's; oak on Carvin's Creek. fork of Buffelo Creek; corner 236 acres deeded to Joseph Robinson. Teste: Donald Campbell.
Deed Book No. 13. page 456 Page 403 10th June 1767 Same to same, £5, two tracts, A containing 200 acres conveyed by Henry Brown to Thomas Walker, 20th August, 1760. on Goose Creek; B conveyed by James Burk to Thomas Walker, 100 acres. William Campbells line.
Deed Book No. 14. page 461 Page 59 17th November 1767 John Campbell and Elizabeth to John McCay, £100, 130 acres, part of 320 acres patented to John and James McCay and afterwards conveyed by John McCay to John Campbell 19th August, 1766, on Mossey Creek, Ralestone's line. Teste: James Stevenson. James Campbell, Elizabeth McKnight. Delivered: Joseph Malcom, 14th November, 1772.
Deed Book No. 14. page 461 Page 75 17th August 1767 Same to James Lecky, £30, 200 acres, part of 92,100 acres, side of North River on or near Mathew Robinson's line; corner James Campbell; widow McClure's line. Delivered: James Lackey, August, 1770.
Deed Book No. 14. page 466 Page 266 5th March 1768 Daniel ( ) McCormick and Anne ( ) to Joshua McCormick, £30, 110 acres, part of a tract conveyed to Daniel by William Preston on North Branch of Roanoke, Frederick Smith's line; corner said Daniel McCormick. Teste: William Preston, Robert Breckinridge, Arthur Campbell, Joseph Cloyd, Is. Christian, Wm. Crow.
Deed Book No. 14. page 468 Page 339 17th May 1768 John Tate to Thomas Tate, £1, 200 acres, corner James Lynn and John Tate. Teste: Thomas Paxton, Finley McClure. Delivered: Pat. Campbell, 4th August, 1773.
Deed Book No. 14. page 468 Page 359 12th May 1768 Samuel McCutchan, Sr., and Frances ( ) to Samuel McCutchon, Jr., son of said Samuel 5 shillings, and diverse and good causes done to me; tract Samuel, Sr., now lives on, 150 acres; corner Borden's patent line; William Sproul's line; also all properties. Teste: Robert Patterson, Chas. Campbell. Arter Hamilton. Delivered: Jno. McCutchcon, March Court, 1774.
Deed Book No. 14. page 469 Page 389 4th May 1768 William Robinson and Martha to James Crawford, £68, 198 acres; corner Robert Kirkpatrick; corner Charles Campbell. Teste: James McDowell, Wm. McCandless, Charles Campbell.
Deed Book No. 14. page 469 Page 406 17th May 1768 Borden's executors to James Campbell, husbandman, £30, 175 acres in 92,100 acres on North Branch of James; said Campbell's old corner; Wood's Creek, Abraham Brown's line. Delivered: James Campbell, January, 1772.
Deed Book No. 14. page 463 Page 152 15th March 1768 Hugh Donaho, farmer, and Elizabeth to James Anderson, son of John Anderson, £68.15, on a draft of North River of Shanando; corner Charles Campbell's land on northwest side of the Pennsylvania road, field of Robert McMahon's, being 300 acres patented to Robert McMahon 12th May, 1759, and conveyed by Robert to Hugh 21st October, 1765. Delivered: John Anderson, November, 1767.
Deed Book No. 15. page 473 Page 9 2d December 1767 William ( ) Hall to John Hall, £10, 415 acres on Cedar Creek in Forks of James; corner William Hall, Jr., William Poage's line; corner David Cloyd; corner William Hall. Teste: Richard Woods, James Campbell, William McKee.
Deed Book No. 15. page 484 Page 371 26th November 1767 John Mitchel and Margaret ( ) to Francis Fullen, £29, 170 acres on Buffalo Creek in Forks of James; corner John McCollum. Teste: Richard Woods, John Thompson, Robert Campbell, James Davies. Delivered: Mr. J. Lyle, 18th November, 1791.
Deed Book No. 15. page 473 Page 29 6th April 1768 Samuel McNabb and Isabell ( ) to Jacob Gabhart, 10 shillings, 225 acres, part of a larger tract surveyed for Thomas Perey, deceased, in Beverley Manor conveyed to him, 28th February, 1749, this part being bounded, viz., joining John Campbell, William McClintick and James Perey. Teste: Mathias Gabert, William Jamison, Andrew Thompson. Delivered: Jacob Gabbert, August Court, 1769.
Deed Book No. 15. page 475 Page 85 16th August 1768 John Campbell ( ) and Ann ( ) (the name is also written Mary, but signed Ann) to John Carlisle, £75, 202 acres on the Calf Pasture, part of tract Jacob Clemons formerly lived on; corner William Campbell; also 50 acres joining said land, the way the Big Creek runs, if divided. Teste: J. Murray, William Hamilton, Robt. Brown.
Deed Book No. 15. page 475 Page 102 2d August 1768 James Campbell and Elizabeth ( ) to Charles Kirkpatrick, £92, 253 acres on Whistle Creek in Forks of James, mouth of said Creek; corner Patrick Young, Hall's Mill; corner James Crawford. Teste: John Bowyer, R. Alexander, Jr., Pat. ( ) Doney, John Paxton. Delivered: John Kirkpatrick, 4th January, 1772.
Deed Book No. 15. page 475 Page 109 23d March 1768 John ( ) McClure and Mary ( ) McClure to Samuel Briggs, Benj. Harrison, Francis Erwin, cows, sheep, hogs, horses, 8 reads for use of weavers, £27, mortgage. Teste: Benj .Logan, Edward Erwin, Elizabeth McClure, Jas. Campbell. Delivered: James Trimble, 14th December, 1773.
Deed Book No. 15. page 476 Page 142 18th August 1768 John Wilson, by Sampson Mathews, to William Morrice, Mathews has obtained a pardon for Morrice and paid £5, to attorney-general therefor. also his expenses in bringing him from Williamsburg (£1). now William Morrice, late servant of John Wilson, agrees to serve John one year additional time. Teste: Richard Mathews, Jas. Campbell.
Deed Book No. 15. page 478 Page 186 15th November 1768 William Dean and Mary to Hugh Davis, of York County, Pennsylvania, £5, 550 acres in Beverley Manor, part of 800 acres formerly belonging to Patrick Cook; corner William Dean; Corner David Campbell. Teste: Patt. Cunningham, David Doack. Delivered: Hugh Davis, March, 1770. [p.478]
Deed Book No. 15. page 484 Page 368 14th November 1768 John Seawright and Sarah to Hugh Campbell, Jr., £15, 126 acres on North Branch of Naked Creek, part of 188 acres.
Deed Book No. 15. page 486 Page 456 18th October 1768 John Buchanan and Margaret and William Thompson and Mary, to James Skidmore, £55.5, 88 acres, part of a tract patented to John and William, 8th April, 1767, on James River, John Jones's line. Teste: Robert Campbell, Hugh Logan, David Smith. Delivered: Randolph Guin per order filed 22d June, 1798.
Deed Book No. 15. page 486 Page 459 22d October 1768 Same to Hugh Logan, £70, 125 acres, part of above patented tract on James River, corner Thomas Stevenson, crossing Jennings Creek. Teste: Robert Campbell, David Smith, Thos. Stevenson.
Deed Book No. 15. page 487 Page 463 22d October 1768 Same to Thomas Stevenson, £70, 118 acres, part of patent above, on James River, corner Logan's line. Teste: Hugh Logan, Robert Campbell, David Smith. [p.487]
Deed Book No. 15. page 474 Page 47 11th August 1768 William Tincher and Mary ( ) to Moses Eagar, £60, 129 acres on the Pine Run on south side of Beverley Manor; Charles Campbell's line; James Robinson's line. South River Teste: John Hunter, Thomas Teat.
Deed Book No. 15. page 477 Page 183 21st May 1768 James ( ) Peerie and Katharine to Thomas Scot, £5, 220 acres, corner former survey of Thomac Peerie. John Campbell's line, William McNabb's line, corner John Lynn. Teste: John Handly, Patrick Buchanan, William Bell. Delivered: Thomas Scott, 30th December, 1773.
Deed Book No. 15. page 481 Page 286 9th March 1769 James Campbell and Lettis (Leths) ( ) to Moses Bennet, £28, 64 acres on North Branch James River part of 175 acres belonging to James Campbell. Delivered: Robert Lusk, 26th July, 1774.
Deed Book No. 15. page 482 Page 313 3d March 1769 John Buchanan, gent., and Margret to John Campbell, £340, 740 acres on a branch of the Indian or Holstone River, called the Middle Fork, said tract being known by the name of the Royal Oak. Teste: James Crow, John Mills, David Campbell, Arthur Campbell, John Howard, George Skillern. Delivered: David Campbell, May, 1771.
Deed Book No. 15. page 484 Page 377 17th April 1769 Thomas Vance and Jenat ( ) to John Campbell, £35, 148 acres on North Branch of James; corner Mr. Thomas Vance's plantation. Teste: James Cowan, John Alison, Charles Campbell, John Shields, Jr. Delivered: Thos. Vance, 26th July, 1774.
Deed Book No. 15. page 484 Page 381 24th May 1769 John ( ) Sproul and Margaret to Alexander Wilson, £40, 250 acres of Borden's tract; corner Andrew Steel and William Alexander; corner Robert Telford, Robert Lowry's line. Teste: Charles Campbell. Thomas Alexander, Robert Wardlaw. Delivered: Alexander Wilson, March, 1772.
Deed Book No. 15. page 485 Page 415 15th June 1769 Charles Campbell and Margret ( ) to Joseph Walker, £135, 188 acres on Woods Creek in Fork of James River corner Arthur McClure; corner Arthur McClure, Joseph Walker's line. Robert Moore's line. Teste: James Hall, Joseph Walker. Delivered: Joseph Walker, June, 1783.
Deed Book No. 15. page 487 Page 470 21st June 1769 William Shannon and Jane ( ) to John Lowry, £100, 300 acres on North River of Shanandore, part of 400 acres patented to James Humphreys, 25th June, 1747, and by him conveyed to Henry Smith, 13th September, 1763, and by him to William Shannon, 24th November, 1763, David Davise's line. Teste: Andrew Campbell, Jame Byride. Delivered: John Lowrey, 5th December, 1773.
Deed Book No. 15. page 487 Page 487 22d May 1769 Wallace Harrison to Richard and Peter Footman, merchants of Philadelphia, mortgage, £453.18.8, on North River Shanandoah, part of tract called the Great Plain, patented to James Wood, 12th January, 1746, 210 acres; also one tract near above, joining dividing line, between His Majesty and Lord Fairfax, and the Iands of Michael Neece (Nees), 270 acres, patented to Mary Wood, 27th June, 1764; both conveyed to Mathew by Mary Wood by deed of even date herewith. Teste: William Campbell, Robert Wood, Alexander White.
Deed Book No. 15. page 489 Page 531 8th April 1769 Samuel Campble and Ellenor to William Lockridge, £114, 208 acres on Great River of Calfpasture, part of 308 conveyed by James Patton and John Lewis to William Campble, 100 acres being conveyed to Thomas Gilham and since conveyed to Thomas Adams, John Campbell's land (John Carlile's now); also 50 acres, part of entry of 100 acres patented to John and Samuel Campbell, and John sold to John Carlyle, his 50 acres. Teste: Thomas Hugart, Andrew Lockridge, Wm. Kinkead. [p.489]
Deed Book No. 16. page 491 Page 96 22d October 1768 John Mills and Mary to William Carvin, £50, patent to John Mills, 10th July, 1767, 325 acres on the Bent Mountain and Little Bottom Creek, a branch of Roanoke; corner Leonard Huff's land. Teste: Arthur Campbell, John Bowyer, Ben. Estill, Samuel McDowell, William Christian.
Deed Book No. 16. page 489 Page 21 16th August 1769 John Campbell to Arthur Campbell, £100, 240 acres called the Royal Oak, on Holston or Indian River, patented to John Buchanan, gent., 22d August, 1753, and conveyed to John Campbell, 2d March, 1769. Teste: Pat. and Alex. Buchanan, James Cowan. Delivered David Campbell, May, 1771.
Deed Book No. 16. page 490 Page 26 16th Auugst 1769 Jacob Gabbert and Barbara ( ) to Frederick Hanger, £60, 225 acres conveyed to Jacob by McNabb, 7th April, 1768, joining John Campbell, Wm. McClintock and James Peary. Delivered: Fred. Hanger, 25th June, 1771.
Deed Book No. 16. page 491 Page 64 17th October 1769 Same to James Campbell, £80, 396 acres, part of Borden's 92,100; corner Alexander Telford. Delivered: James Campbell, November Court, 1773. Teste: Alexander McCroskry.
Deed Book No. 16. page 491 Page 75 20th January 1769 Henry ( ) Ferguson to Israel Christian, £50, 109 acres on a branch of Glade Creek of Roanoke whereon Henry now lives, near John Boreland's. Teste: Bryan McDonald, James McCorkle, Edward Carvin, Daniel McNeill, Thos. Madison, Arthur Campbell, William Christian.
Deed Book No. 16. page 492 Page 109 18th October 1769 Francis Jackson and Elizabeth ( ) to William Renick, £42, 170 acres on cowpasture; corner land in possession of William Jackson, opposite to land in possession of Alexander Black. Teste: William Mathews, J. Murray, Pat. Lockhart, Arthur Campbell. Delivered: William Renix, August Court, 1776.
Deed Book No. 16. page 492 Page 111 22d May 1769 Mary Wood, of Frederick, to Alexander White, Gent., of Frederick, and Elizabeth, his wife, deed gift, £----, marriage between Alexander and Elizabeth, daughter of Mary; on North River of Shanandoah, part of a tract called the Great Plains patented to James Wood, deceased, 12th January, 1746; corner on line between Mathew Harrison and said Alexander White according to the division of said plain made by Robert Rutherford, Daniel Holeman and Thomas Moore; line between His Majesty and Lord Fairfax, 165 acres. Teste: Robt. Wood, William Campbell. Jno. Magill, Jno. McGill, M. Harrison. Delivered: Alexander White, Gent., 28th May, 1770.
Deed Book No. 16. page 492 Page 117 3d October 1769 John Kinkead of parish ----, County ----, Province of Philadelphia, to Samuel Griffin of Henrico County, Va., £250, 530 1/2 acres bounded by lines of John Kinkade, Thomas Hagert, James Campbell, Andrew Hamilton, being 1/2 of tract purchased by John from Patton and Lewis (deed recorded in Orange County). Teste: Richard Adams, Samp. Mathews, Wm. Armstrong, Wm. Kinkead, Jas. Vaughan, J. Meredith. (Certificate says was proved by witness William Kimsey.) Delivered: Thos. Adams.
Deed Book No. 16. page 492 Page 122 7th October 1769 Frances Smith and Anne (Agness, signed Anne) to Robert Finley, £50, 272 acres patented to Francis, 6th April, 1769, on waters of Catawbo; said Smith's line; William Hutchison's line; Riely's line. Teste: William Campbell, John Tatham, William Preston.
Deed Book No. 16. page 493 Page 152 22d May 1769 Mary Wood, of Frederick, to Mathew Harrison, £----, marriage heretofore celebrated between Mathew and Mary's daughter, Mary, deceased, on North River of Shanandoah, part of a tract called the Great Plain, patented to James Wood, deceased, 12th January, 1746, 210 acres; also one tract adjoining Fairfax's line and the lands of Michael Nees, 270 acres, patented to Mary Wood, 27th June, 1764. Teste: Robt. Wood. William Campbell, Alexander White, Jno. Magill. Delivered: William McDowell, August, 1780.
Deed Book No. 16. page 495 Page 207 18th December 1769 Samuel ( ) Dunlap and Margaret ( ) to Patrick Woods, of Albemarle County, £10, 150 acres on North Fork of James River at mouth of Hays' Creek, beginning on the last branch of North Fork of James River opposite an island, Mount Miserable. Teste: John Hays, Alexander Walker, Andrew Hays, James Wallace, John Kelly, Henry ( ) Campbell, Samuel Kelly. Delivered: Wm. Hamilton, 11th May, 1771.
Deed Book No. 16. page 496 Page 265 12th August 1769 Timothy ( ) Solovane of Calfpasture to daughter, Catherine Solovane, £----, her being a dutiful child; horses and furniture. Teste: Michael Reiney, Sam Campbell, Thomas Campbell.
Deed Book No. 16. page 493 Page 136 18th October 1769 James Blair and Jean ( ) to John Graham, mortgage, £44, 220 acres; Hugh Campbell's line; corner Alexander Blair. Teste: Randal Lockhart, Archibald Armstrong, Jos. Ray. Delivered: Wm. Young, 6th March, 1772.
Deed Book No. 16. page 495 Page 215 20th March 1770 William ( ) Logan and Isabella ( ) to Samuel Wright, £130, 155 (C L V) acres in Beverley Manor, part of a tract sold by Beverley to William Wright and by William to said Logan, 23d May, 1750; Alexander Henderson's line; corner William Johnson. Teste: Elijah McClenachan, Patrick Campbell, William Meteer.
Deed Book No. 16. page 496 Page 241 20th March 1770 George Martin and Mary ( ) to James Rodgers, £50, 100 acres on South River of Shanando; Christian Clemons' land. Teste: John and James Rodgers, Alexander Campbell.
Deed Book No. 16. page 499 Page 367 14th May 1770 William ( ) McCandless to George Campbell, £119, 183 acres of Borden's 92,100; corner William Alexander; corner Alexander Greer. Teste: Wm. Alexander, Andrew Moore, Alexander Greer, Thomas Wilson.
Deed Book No. 16. page 499 Page 369 24th May 1770 Robert Mitchell to Thomas Shields, 1 horse branded, 1 Dand Flower of de luce, cattle, furniture and crops. Teste: Wm. Thompson, Patt. Campbell. Delivered: Thos. Shields, 27th March, 1772.
Deed Book No. 16. page 500 Page 391 23d April 1770 William ( ) McNabb and Martha ( ) to son, James McNabb, £10, 150 acres on North Fork of Christian's Creek in Beverley Manor; corner Alexander McFeeters; corner Samuel McNab's part of the tract. Teste: Jas. Ewing, Alexander McFeeters, Samuel McNabb, John ( ) Campbell. Delivered: James McNab, June, 1780.
Deed Book No. 16. page 502 Page 465 21st August 1770 Charles Campbell to James Campbell, £30, 220 acres; corner John Anderson; corner John Erwin. Teste: John Lowry, Hugh Campbell (Camble).
Deed Book No. 16. page 503 Page 506 21st August 1770 Joseph Culton to James Culton, £----, 300 acres on Moffett's Creek, branch of Hayse's Creek; corner James Wallace; corner Hindry Campbell; Samuel Steel's line; John Walker's corner. Delivered: James Moffett, 10th September, 1778.
Deed Book No. 16. page 500 Page 402 20th June 1770 Joseph Mays and Rebecca to Robert Jamison, £45, 205 acres in Beverley Manor on head branches of Christian's Creek; Alexander Campbell's line; Samuel Brafford's line; corner James Mitchel.
Deed Book No. 17 page 505 Page 20 18th November 1770 George Campbell and Samuel Tincher and Margaret, of Albemarle County, to Thomas Kinkead, £75, 215 acres on Great Calfpasture, patented to William Preston, 1st June, 1750. Teste: John Bigham, Andrew and Joseph Kinkead. Delivered: Tully Davit, 1776.
Deed Book No. 17 page 505 Page 24 20th March 1770 Hugh Campbell to James Campbell, £5, 5 acres on Andersons Branch of North River of Shanandore, part of a larger tract, Robert Fowler's line. Teste: John and William Campbell. John McPheetters.
Deed Book No. 17 page 507 Page 138 9th December 1770 John Carlile. of the Calfpasture, to Thomas Adams, gent., of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, £100, 250 acres purchased by John from John Campbell, on Great Calfpasture. Delivered: Sampson Mathews, 19th March, 1772.
Deed Book No. 17 page 507 Page 106 15th March 1771 Andrew ( ) Fitzpatrick and Mary ( ) to David McNeelley, £5, 150 acres of Borden's 92100. Teste: James Buchanan, Samuel Lyle, Andrew Campbell.
Deed Book No. 17 page 507 Page 115 19th March 1771 David Campbell and Mary ( ) to James Trotter, £282.10, 234 acres, part of his old survey in Beverley Manor, conveyed to David by Beverley, 28th May, 1741, Pat. Cook's line; also 110 acres conveyed by same to David, 27th February, 1749, corner said Campbell. Teste: William Campbell. Wm. Lockhart. Delivered: Samuel Trotter, 21st October, 1772.
Deed Book No. 17 page 509 Page 202 21st May 1771 Alexander Campbell and Jean ( ) to Thomas Steel. £107, 113 acres in Beverley Manor, corner David Campbell, William Ledgerwood and William Campbell's corner; corner William and David Campbell. Teste: William Has. Delivered: Thomas Steel 17th August, 1772.
Deed Book No. 17 page 510 Page 260 25th May 1771 John Campbell, of Botetourt, to James Trotter. £150, 232 acres, part of his father's survey in Beverley Manor. Teste: James Lockhart, James Hargrave, Sampson Archer. Delivered: Samuel Trotter, 21st October, 1772.
Deed Book No. 17 page 511 Page 328 2d August 1771 Same to Patrick Campbel, £40, 234 acres in Beverley Manor, on south side of Timber Ridge, James Leeper's line. John Shield's line; corner Robert Christian and John Shields; corner James Hamilton, James Wilson's line. Delivered: Patrick Campbell, 11th March, 1772.
Deed Book No. 17 page 512 Page 336 25th May 1771 John Campbell and Elizabeth to Thomas Frame, £130, 288 acres on Middle River of Shanandore on Walter's Run, Robert Campbell's line. Teste: Robert and John Campbell, Andrew McClure. Delivered: Thomas Frame, 25th January, 1773. [p.512]
Deed Book No. 17 page 514 Page 434 20th March 1771 Thomas Frame and Jean to John Campbell, 296 acres conveyed to him, 25th May, 1771; 220 acres in Beverley Manor conveyed to Thomas by James Frame, 18th August, 1768, corner the Christians' land, land belonging to one Lusk; one McCorkle's corner; John Glass's corner. Teste: William Young, Andrew McClure, Chas. Campbell.
Deed Book No. 17 page 514 Page 437 22d August 1771 John Campbell and Elizabeth, 25th May, 1771, to Thomas Frame. Privy examination returned 23d August, 1771. Delivered: Thomas Frame, 25th January, 1773.
Deed Book No. 17 page 514 Page 465 19th November 1771 Robert Beverley to David Cunningham, £15, 150 acres in Beverley Manor, corner Wm. Bunton and Alex. Campbell. Delivered Pat. Buchanan. 16th February, 1773.
Deed Book No. 17 page 515 Page 516 20th November 1771 Same to James Coulter, £45, 300 acres in Beverley Manor, corner Andrew Campbel, Stuarts line. Delivered: Joseph Coulter, July, 1772.
Deed Book No. 18. page 517 Page 85 26th February 1771 Alexander McNutt and Sarah to James McNutt. Teste: Arthur Campbell, Robert McNutt.
Deed Book No. 18. page 516 Page 75 18th March 1772 John Tate and Mary to James Tate. Teste: William Campbell. Wm. Livingston. Thomas Tate.
Deed Book No. 18. page 519 Page 171 19th March 1772 John Carlisle and Mary ( ) of the Calf Pasture to Thomas Adams of Parish of Saint Peter and County of New Kent, £100, tract purchased by said John Carlisle of John Campbell, 250 acres on Great Calfpasture.
Deed Book No. 18. page 520 Page 230 19th May 1772 Beverley to John Bunton, £48, 320 acres in Beverley Manor; corner Wm. Ledgerwood, William Campbell, Thomas Steele; line of the Meeting House Place. Delivered: John Bunton, August Court, 1773.
Deed Book No. 18. page 522 Page 344 18th August 1772 Charles Campbell to Joseph Campbell, his son, on small branch of North River of Shanandore, part of 400 acres where said Campbell now lives; corner John Campbell; also 50 acres adjoining, patented to Charles, 1766; corner John Hinds; corner James McCill. Delivered: Joseph Campbell, 27th June, 1783.
Deed Book No. 18. page 522 Page 347 18th August 1772 Charles Campbell to son John Campbell, similar to above, part of 400 acres patented to John Anderson 10th June, 1740, and conveyed to Charles 17th March, 1747. Delivered: John Campbell, 21st April, 1785.
Deed Book No. 18. page 522 Page 363 18th August 1772 William Campbell to David Steel, £112; corner Alexander Campbell; corner David Cunningham (the 80 acres that David Campbell got from his father. Delivered: David Steel, 22d February, 1774.
Deed Book No. 18. page 524 Page 491 18th August 1772 David Scott and Catherine ( ), of Botetourt, to Andrew Kennedy; corner Henry Campbell.
Deed Book No. 18. page 518 Page 151 Hugh Donachey and Elisabeth. Delivered: Robert Campbell, 31st June, 1773.
Deed Book No. 18. page 522 Page 330 Patent to Robert Cravens, 10th September, 1755. Teste: William Fowler, Andrew Thompson, John (mark) Campbell. Delivered: John Magill, 3d July, 1782. (This conveyance by Joseph Cravens and Neomi (Emie).
Deed Book No. 18. page 525 Page 522 The Hunters Spring Draft Patent to Thomas Campbell, 10th June, 1760.
Deed Book No. 19. page 529 Page 169 17th March 1773 Beverley to Andrew Campbell. Delivered to Mr. Campbell, 5th January, 1787.
Deed Book No. 19. page 528 Page 116 Lands of Robert Slaughter, Jr., and Michael Coagar, purchased by Jacob Campbell (wife Jane), son and heir of Paul Long, deed recorded in Orange. Delivered to Kite's order, 24th May, 1817.
Deed Book No. 20. page 537 Page 134 Patent to Thomas Campbell, 10th September, 1755. Delivered: John Ewing, November Court, 1783. Teste: Michael Mullan, Thomas Smith, Josiah Harrison.
Deed Book No. 20. page 537 Page 202 Henry Reaburn and Margaret ( ) and Charles Harris and Jean, to James Campbell, conveys above.
Deed Book No. 20. page 539 Page 289 John Lyle, Sr., to Mathew Donald. Delivered to Alex. Campbell, June, 1780. [p.539]
Deed Book No. 20. page 540 Page 394 Part of plantation whereon John Campbell now lives Teste: James Foster.
Deed Book No. 21. page 542 Page 42 11th March 1775 John Davidson, Sr., and Sarah and John Davidson, Jr., and Mary to William Campbell, 228 acres by patent 5th April. 1748. Teste: John Peden.
Deed Book No. 21. page 545 Page 242 20th November 1775 Patt. Campbell and Ann ( ) to Thomas Stevenson, of Amherst County.
Deed Book No. 21. page 547 Page 356 26th March 1776 Andrew Duncan to John Brown. Teste: Charles Campbell, John Brown, John Marshall, Robert Wardlaw, Alexander Wilson.
Deed Book No. 21. page 549 Page 475 20th May 1777 Patrick Campbell and Agness to John Burk. of Philadelphia, Penna., tract bought by Patrick Campbell, deceased, from Beverley 21st February, 1738. and deed recorded in Orange.
Deed Book No. 21. page 542 Page 3 231 acres in Beverley Manor, part of 1,546 acres sold by Beverley to Patrick Campbell in 1748, by Campbell to Wm. Sawyers, 1745; by him to John Patterson, 1748; by Patterson to Ward, 19th May, 1750.
Deed Book No. 21. page 542 Page 29 Patent to John Bomgardner 10th September, 1755. Teste: John Johnson, John Smith, John I. Sheltman, Daniel Smith, Robert Maitland, Lachlan Campbell, James Maury.
Deed Book No. 22. page 555 Page 366 26th August 1777 Privy examination of Rebecca, wife of Joseph Kinkead, of Washington County (deed to Martin Shearman, 24th June, 1777) before Arthur Campbell and William Edmiston.
Deed Book No. 22. page 558 Page 525 Teste: Joseph Patterson, John Campbell, Samuel Erwin.
Deed Book No. 23. page 558 Page 19 26th April 1773 Privy examination of Sarah, wife of John Davidson, deed to William Campbell, 12th March, 1779, before George Boswell and Thomas Hewitt.
Deed Book No. 23. page 558 Page 29 19th May 1779 James Moffett and John Campbell, trustees, to John Scott, 452 acres on Middle River, patented to John Spear, deceased, 10th September, 1755, and bequeathed by him to his children, and grantors here are trustees for the legatees of said estate.
Deed Book No. 23. page 561 Page 172 17th September 1779 Part of 380 acres patented to Robert Brown, 10th June, 1740, and by him conveyed to James Trotter, and thence to said Samuel Trotter. Teste: John Lowry, William Campble, William Henderson, John ( ) Meglamery.
Deed Book No. 23. page 566 Page 527 15th November 1781 John Hemphill, of Baltimore County, Maryland, to Edmond Burton. Patented to said John, 12th January, 1780. Teste: James Anderson, John and Robert Campbell. Robert Connely.
Deed Book No. 23. page 559 Page 52 Patent to James Campbell, 16th March, 1771. Teste: William Young, Samuel Anderson, Isaac Carson.
Deed Book No. 23. page 559 Page 53 Privy examination of Mary, wife of John Davidson, deed to William Campbell, 12th March, 1779, before Alexander Robertson and Joseph Bell.
Deed Book No. 23. page 564 Page 339 Part of 200 acres patented to Hugh Campbell, 25th September, 1746, and by him conveyed to William Alexander and descended to James Alexander as heir-at-law, corner John Alexander, Sr. Delivered: Mrs. Gibson, 9th August, 1784.
Deed Book No. 24. page 568 Page 170 21st June 1783 Privy examination of Margaret, wife of John Brown, deed to George Gall, 16th December, 1777. Beiore Andrew Moore and Charles Campbell.
Deed Book No. 24. page 569 Page 228 20th ---- 1784 Privy examination of Catharine, wife of James Thompson, deed to Rev. James Waddel 8th September, 1783, before Arthur Campbell and Aaron Lewis, of Washington County. Delivered: Wm. Kenedy 28th October, 1789.
Deed Book No. 24. page 569 Page 251 18th May 1784 Hugh Campbell and Margaret to Caspar Miller. Delivered to Jno. Dicky, 7th March, 1786, part of tract of 150 acres first surveyed for John Searight 2d September, 1767.
Deed Book No. 24. page 571 Page 336 4th July 1784 Arthur Campbell, surviving executor of Margaret Campbell, who was sole executrix of Charles Campbell, deceased, to Rudolph Hawpe, 100 acres patented to Rudolph Hawpe, 100 acres patented to Charles Campbell xxx[8th] March, 1747; corner land Hugh Torbet lives on.
Deed Book No. 24. page 570 Page 300 Part of 200 acres patented to Hugh Campbell 25th September, 1746. and by him conveyed to William Alexander and became the property of said James Alexander, heir-at-law, and by him said James conveyed to his brother, John.
Deed Book No. 25. page 576 Page 227 20th February 1786 John Wright and Margaret to William Yool, of Rockbridge. Teste: Robert Campbell, Thos. Hughart, Alex. Wright.
Deed Book No. 25. page 576 Page 267 23d March 1786 John Campbell, yeoman, to James Craig, yeoman, on Cathey's River on Sinking Spring Branch, the head of Little's Run where said Campbell now liveth. Mortgage. Teste: George Craig, James xxx[Elcy].
Deed Book No. 26. page 583 Page 165 12th July 1788 Hugh Campbell, of Rockbridge, heir-at-law of James Campbell, to Benjamin Erwin, of Rockingham. Teste: Ro. Gamble, Robert Astrop, Samuel Clark, James Megongal (McGongal).
Deed Book No. 26. page 588 Page 384 20th September 1788 Alexander Elliot and Ann Conway Elliot, his wife, now of Rockbridge, appoint William Anderson attorney to convey to William Brent, of Amberst, all lands in County of Lancaster, state aforesaid (Virginia ?), to which they are entitled as heirs-at-law of James Campbell, late of Lancaster County, deceased, provided Brent shall convey to Anderson plantation on Back Creek whereon Brent formerly lived. Teste: John and William King, Wm. Berry.
Deed Book No. 26. page 584 Page 209 Patent to James Campbell, 16th March, 1771. Teste: Thomas Hughart. William Yooll, Thomas Kinkead.
Deed Book No. 26. page 588 Page 378 Tract left to William Campbell (wife Elizabeth) by will of his father, Charles Campbell, deceased, part of 400 acres patented to John Anderson, 20th June, 1740, and conveyed to Charles, 1747.
Deed Book No. 27. page 594 Page 234 21st October 1700 Archibald Bolling and Jane, of Campbell County, to Michael Coinert.
Deed Book No. 27. page 592 Page 125 18th November 1787 John Campbell, Sr., to James Steel, part of 570 acres formerly property of James Campbell, deceased, and sold to James Steel by consent of said John Campbell, joining John Cloid's part of said tract. Teste: Geo. Hutcheson Ben. Stuart, Andrew Fulton, Robert Bell.
Deed Book No. 27. page 590 Page 30 17th September 1790 Privy examination of Elizabeth Campbell, wife of William Campbell, deed to John Voice dated ----.
Deed Book No. 27. page 591 Page 53 23d September 1790 John Campbell, of North Carolina, to John Lowry. Delivered to Joseph Lowry, son of John, 10th August, 1791, part of 400 acres patented to John Anderson 10th June, 1740, and by him conveyed to Charles Campbell 17th March, 1747, and by him to his son, said John Campbell, 18th August, 1772. Teste: Benjamin Henkle, Jno. McPheeters, Wm. Wilson, Jos. Lowry, W. Fowler, Maurice Morris.
Deed Book No. 27. page 592 Page 73 3d September 1790 Hugh Campbell, of Washington County, North Carolina, appoints John Dickey, attorney to obtain grant xxx[or] deed to 190 acres joining John Tanner and Hugh Brown and convey same to Robert Brown. Teste: John Donaghe, Peter Bleke, John Bernard.
Deed Book No. 27. page 590 Page 12 15th June 1790 Samuel Steele, of Rockbridge, to Robert McQuillen, 100 acres on Half Way Creek; Boyd's line; McClenachan's and Campbell's corner; Williams' corner; part of patent to Samuel 20th July, 1768.
Deed Book No. 27. page 594 Page 236 12th August 1791 Privy examination of Jane to above, before John McAllister and Alexander Hunter, Justices of Campbell County.
Deed Book No. 27. page 594 Page 297 Part of 200 acres patented to Hugh Campbell 25th September, 1746, and by him conveyed to William Alexander, and become property of James Alexander, heir-at-law.
Deed Book No. 3. page 289 Page 13 13th September 1750 James Patton, Gent., to James Coyl, 410 acres sold to Patton by Moses Thompson, 25th July, 1744, on Christian's Creek where Coyl now lives; Moses Thompson; corner Wm. Palmer; corner George Robinson (now Wm. Henderson's land). Wm. Russell's survey. Teste: Mathew Campbell, Edward Hall. Teste: Pat. McCullom, Christopher Phinney.
Deed Book No. 3. page 289 Page 16 11th October 1750 James Coyl to Patrick McCollom, 205 acres (see p. 13, supra), on Christian's Creek where Pat now lives. James Patton, Wm. Palmer, Alexander Thompson's and Jno. Thompson's lands. Teste: Mathew Campbell, Edward Hall.
Deed Book No. 3. page 289 Page 19 2d November 1750 Andrew Pickins to John McPheeters, 400 acres in Beverley Manor; corner Rob. Campbell. Delivered: Wm. McPheeters, 1752. Signed, Anne Pickings. Teste: Pat Martin, Robt. Wilson.
Deed Book No. 3. page 290 Page 54 28th November 1750 William Thompson, Gent., to George Scott, 278 acres, part of William's 2 tracts, Cathey's River, otherwise called Middle River, Hugh Thompson's corner. Teste: Mathew Campbell, Jno. Anderson, James Craig.
Deed Book No. 3. page 290 Page 65 29th November 1750 Robert Campbell, Gent., to James Barrey, 149 acres in Beverley Manor, adjoining Glebe land; Wm. Martin's corner, Middle Br. Shanandoe; corner James Young; corner to a graveyard. Teste: David Stewart, Andrew Cowan, John Mitchell.
Deed Book No. 3. page 291 Page 77 24th November 1750 James Trimble and Sarah to Alexander Beggs, 250 acres. Buffalo Creek of James; corner Silas Hart. Teste: James Campbell, John Alison, Michael (?) Johnson.
Deed Book No. 3. page 294 Page 243 11th April 1751 Hugh Campbell, yeoman, to William Alexander, farmer, 400 acres, on Naked Creek; corner Michael Dickey, Esther, wife of Hugh. Teste: Wm. Brown, Michael Dickey, John Hear (Ker?), John Alexander.
Deed Book No. 3. page 294 Page 300 28th May 1751 Alexander Campbell to Michael Raily, 166 acres in Beverley Manor; corner Wm. Campbell in James Moffett's line; Widow Mitchell's corner; James Patton's corner. Delivered: Jas. Mitchell, 18th May, 1773. Teste: Walter Davis, William Campbell.
Deed Book No. 3. page 295 Page 304 28th May 1751 Alexander Campbell, wheelwright, to David Campbell, Jr., 80 acres in Beverley Manor; corner tract surveyed for Wm. Campbell; corner David Campbell's other survey. [p.295]
Deed Book No. 3. page 296 Page 368 16th March 1751 Robert Edge to John Ramsey. This is really an apprenticeship. First recorded sale of a servant. John Lynn, aged 7 years old, 14th September, 1750, to same until of age. Teste: Mathew Campbell.
Deed Book No. 3. page 297 Page 438 27th August 1751 Jacob Clemence and Mary, to John Campbell, 202 acres on Calf Pasture where Jacob lives; corner Wm. Campbell. Teste: Thomas Gillham, Loftes Pullin.
Deed Book No. 3. page 297 Page 448 28th August 1751 Wm. Campbell and Sarah, and Robert Grey and Margaret, to Thomas Gillam (Gillham), 200 acres, Calfpasture where Wm. and Robert live. Delivered: Thomas Adam, 2d September, 1774.
Deed Book No. 3. page 297 Page 453 27th August 1751 David Hay, yeoman, and Jane, to William Thompson, weaver, 306 acres, Christian's Creek, sold by Beverley to Joseph Reed, taylor, 23d July, 1740; 25th September, 1741. Corner John Buchanan; David Moor's land; James Robinson's line; Charles Campbell's line; Patrick Campbell's corner.
Deed Book No. 3. page 292 Page 142 27th February 1750-51 William Preston to George Campbell and Saml. Tencher, 215 acres on head of Gr. Calfpasture. Teste: James Caldwell, John Bigham, John Maxwell.
Deed Book No. 3. page 292 Page 148 26th February 1750-51 John Cowan, yeoman, to Saml. Lusk, farmer, 202 acres; Thomas Shield's corner in Col. Patton's line; Andrew Alexander's line; corner Robert Christian, Jennet, wife of John. Teste: Edward Erwin, Hugh Campbell, George Anderson.
Deed Book No. 4. page 299 Page 53 26th November 1751 Beverley by Lewis and Madison to Archibald Stuart, 500 acres in Beverley Manor; corner James Campbel; Widow Edmiston's line.
Deed Book No. 4. page 302 Page 223 20th May 1752 Patrick Campbell, Sr., and Elizabeth, to Patrick Campbell, Jr., 212 acres. From Beverley to Patrick, Sr., 21st February, 1738; Wm. Thompson's line; Samuel Braford's and John Mitchel's lines; corner John Ward; corner Charles Campbell. Crossing Christian's Creek and South River. Teste: David Hay, Arthur Hamilton.
Deed Book No. 4. page 302 Page 248 9th May 1752 Esther Campbell to Alexander Walker, farmer, 287 acres on a branch of Little's Creek; corner John Campbell. Teste: Robert Patrick, James Hamilton.
Deed Book No. 4. page 303 Page 268 20th May 1752 Alexander Campbell, farmer, to William Campbell, 200 acres. In Beverley Manor, at his father's and Wm. Ledgerwood's corner; his father's and his brother David's corner; his brother Robert's corner; James Moffet's line. Teste: Arthur Hamilton, Samuel Henderson.
Deed Book No. 4. page 303 Page 272 20th March 1752 John Buchanan, miller, to Samuel Braford, planter, 410 acres. In Beverley Manor on head Christian's Creek; corner James Cowan. Patrick Campbell's line; John Mitchel's corner. Teste: Charles Campbell, John Kerr.
Deed Book No. 4. page 306 Page 476 20th August 1752 Thomas Williams and Jane to John Mathews, Jr., 129 acres. Poplor Spring of North Branch of James between Mill Creek and the river; Michael Dougherty's line. Teste: Mathew Campbell, Wm. Wilson, Robt. Renick.
Deed Book No. 4. page 306 Page 487 20th August 1752 Thomas and Jane Williams to James Greenlee, 400 acres in Fork of James; Erwin Patterson's survey. Teste: Mathew Campbell, Jno. Mathews, Jr., Wm. Elliot.
Deed Book No. 4. page 301 Page 205 20th May 1752 Hugh Campbel to William Brown, 10 acres. On Brown's or Culton's Branch of North River of Shanando; corner Robert Brown. Part of 333 acres patented to Hugh, 20th September, 1748. Teste: John Trumble.
Deed Book No. 5. page 312 Page 201 22d December 1752 Joseph Lane to wife, Margaret, care and feeding of infant by Dr. Holt, 1752. Power Attorney General. Teste: James Bratton, James Campbell, Wm. Preston.
Deed Book No. 5. page 314 Page 309 17th May 1753 Same to James Campbell, 100 acres by patent as above, on Crooked Creek of Roanoak.
Deed Book No. 5. page 315 Page 370 15th August 1753 Charles Campbell, gent., to David Bryan, 400 acres on Goose Creek, patented 24th October, 1752. Teste: Alex Wright, Wm. Lusk, John Buchanan.
Deed Book No. 5. page 316 Page 391 6th August 1753 James Coningham and Margaret to Jacob Conningham, 100 acres, part of 400 acres patented to James, 20th August, 1745. On Tees Crick of James, cor. Moses Coningham. Teste: Chas. Daugherty, Isaac Coningham, Henry (X) Campbell. [p.316]
Deed Book No. 5. page 317 Page 436 15th May 1753 Andrew Duncan and Jane to John Wilson, cordwainer, 1753, 232 acres, part of 1546 acres sold by Beverley to Patrick Campbell in Beverley Manor, and 232 acres, 1 rood, sold by Campbell to Wm. Syers, and by Sayers to Andrew Duncan; on South River Shannando. Cor. Charles Campbell and John Ward, John Brownlee's line; Manor line.
Deed Book No. 5. page 317 Page 445 10th August 1753 Margaret Love (alias Bryan) to James Mitchell, mortgage or personalty to indemnify Mitchell against a judgment vs. him in County Court, Augusta, as surety (special bail) for Joseph Lane, absuit of James Dean, merchant. Teste: James Campbell and Wm. Bryan, Wm. Beard.
Deed Book No. 6. page 320 Page 4 20th March 1754 William McPheetters to John McPheeters, 212 acres between North Mountain and Cathey's River. Teste: Jno. Trimble, Jno. Speer, Robert Campbell.
Deed Book No. 6. page 324 Page 202 27th March 1754 James Campbell to William Lusk, 267 acres on Roanoke at Arthur Bottom. Mortgage.
Deed Book No. 6. page 326 Page 308 15th May 1754 Patrick Campbell. Sr., and Elinor to son John Campbell. Patrick had purchased from Beverley 1,546 acres in Beverley Manor by deed 21st February, 1738, recorded in Orange; conveyance paternal love. good will and affection; 270 acres of the 1,546 acres. corner Patrick Campbell. Jr., in Wm. Thompson's line; Charles Campbell's line.
Deed Book No. 6. page 323 Page 179 23d March 1754 John McPheeters to Wm. Martin, 198 acres, part of land Jno. now possesses. Cor. John McPheeters in James Young's line; cor. Robert Campbell's land, now James Berry's.
Deed Book No. 6. page 332 Page 512 19th March 1755 James Trotter and Mary to Hugh Campbell, £50, 268 acres on Naked Creek; Michael Dickey's line; conveyed to Trotter by James Wood, 18th August, 1749.
Deed Book No. 7. page 338 Page 178 20th August 1753 Alexander Brownlee ( ) and Sarah ( ), to John Cozbey, £14, 5, 400 acres patented to Alexander, 20th June, 1749, on No. Side Southermost Branch of No. River of Shanando. Teste: John Brownlee, Pat. Campbell, Mathew Thompson.
Deed Book No. 7. page 335 Page 50 22d March 1755 John Buchanan, of Beverley Manor, and Margret, to Charles Campbell, of said Manor, £50, 1.000 acres on the Indian Creek, Margret (her mark) B----.
Deed Book No. 7. page 327 Lot 139 21st May 1755 John Campbell and Elizabeth (her mark) Campbell to Joseph Coulton, Gent, £130, 400 acres on Cathey's River on the Sinking Spring Branch at the head of Little's Run (?), patented to said John, 12th January, 1742. Teste: Joseph Hanna.
Deed Book No. 7. page 338 Page 190 28th June 1755 Francis Beatey, surveyor, to Jno. Teat, plantationer, £25. 160 acres in Beverley Manor on Beverley Manor and Borden's lines, cor. survey for James Lockhart, gent., being the place known as Beatey's well place. Teste: David Hay, Jno. and Pat. Campbell, Thos. Teat.
Deed Book No. 7. page 340 Page 235 19th April 1755 Robert Box to Ephraim Vause, 5 sh., 179 acres by patent 22d August, 1753, on a branch on the north side the Little River. Teste: Hugh Means. Proved, 1755 by James Neelly and James Campbell, and 20th November, 1771 by Hugh Means. [p.340]
Deed Book No. 7. page 340 Page 240 3d October 1755 John ( ) Alison (Aliceson) and Jean ( ) to Joseph Walker, £100, 291 acres on North Branch James; cor. Gilbert Campbell; cor. said Campbell's and John Moore's lines. Teste: Andrew Uall, Wm. Buyers. Delivered: Thos. Stewart, February, 1758.
Deed Book No. 7. page 340 Page 257 9th August 1755 James Campbell to Matthias Yoakham (Yocam), £40, 261 acres on north side Roan Oak above Arthur's Bottom.
Deed Book No. 7. page 341 Page 286 ---- March 1756 Joseph Culton, gent., and Mary to John Campbell, £130, 400 acres on north side Cathey's River on the Sinking Spring Branch at the head of Little Run, patented 12th January, 1746.
Deed Book No. 7. page 342 Page 307 8th May 1756 John Smith and Margaret ( ) to Mathew Campbell, £30, 250 acres on North Branch of South River of Shanando. Teste: Joshua and John Mathews, Jr.
Deed Book No. 7. page 342 Page 310 17th May 1756 Borden's executors to James Campbell, £5.10, 434 acres, part of 92100 on North Branch James joining to James Young's land, mouth of Whistle Creek. Cor. James Young; cor. James Campbell's land. Teste: Joseph Lapesley (Lapsley?), Wm. Hall.
Deed Book No. 7. page 342 Page 313 18th May 1756 James Campbell and Elizabeth ( ) to James Crawford, £18, 181 acres, part of tract where James Campbell now liveth in Fork of James. Cor. Ro. McElheney, John Wiley's line; cor. James Campbell.
Deed Book No. 7. page 348 Page 465 17th August 1757 Hugh Campbell and Esther ( ) to Jno. Hair, Sr., £10, 160 acres on Fowler's Branch of North River Shanando, between Naked Creek and North River, patented 16th August, 1757. Teste: Andrew Alexander, Michael Dickey, James Allen. Delivered: Jno. Hare, Jenuary. 1763
Deed Book No. 7. page 349 Page 486 16th November 1757 Hugh Campbell, wheelwright, and Esther ( ) to James Patterson, sadler. Teste: Francis Brown, James Allen. Delivered: James Patterson, January, 1763.
Deed Book No. 7. page 349 Page 499 15th November 1757 John Bowen, Sr., and Lilly ( ) to John Bowen, Jr., 10 acres by patent, 3d November, 1750, on a branch of James. Teste: Jno. Mathews, John Poage, Mathew Campbell. Delivered: Jno. Bowen, October, 1761.
Deed Book No. 8. page 353 Page 58 11th November 1758 William ( ) Hall and Jane ( ) to Andrew Hall, £100, 280 acres on North Branch James in Borden's tract, and conveyed by Borden, 8th April, 1743. Teste: Geo. Campbell, Robt. Cowan. Delivered: Wm. Hall, 1762.
Deed Book No. 8. page 354 Page 84 24th April 1758 Alexander Ritchey, late of Augusta County, in Virginia, blacksmith, but now of Augusta in the Province of Georgia, to Robt. Campbell, of Augusta County, planter, power attorney to deed 300 acres and joining Adam Thompson and George Perry and a Little Mount called the Sugar Loaf. Teste: Dugald Campbell, John Clark. Executed in Georgia and proved here by Jno. Clark. [p.354]
Deed Book No. 8. page 353 Page 82 20th March 1759 Robert Ralston and Martha (her mark) to Thomas Campbell, £6, 40 acres on a branch of North River called Muddy Creek. Teste: Ephraim Love. James Bruster, Jno. Davison. Delivered: Archibald Hopkins, March. 1763
Deed Book No. 8. page 354 Page 85 21st March 1759 Thos. Shields to Robt. Douglass, £19, 129 acres on Pine Run on south side Beverley Manor; line of Charles Campbell; line of James Robinson. Teste: Hugh McClure, Andrew McClure, Thos. Shields.
Deed Book No. 8. page 355 Page 122 16th May 1759 John Young and Elizabeth ( ) to James Young, £30, 2 tracts containing 335 acres on a branch of Naked Creek, 200 acres conveyed to John by Hugh Campbell, 18th May, 1749, and 135 acres patented to John, 12th July, 1750, near corner of James Bell and John Rutledge. Erwin's land. Teste: James Gambel.
Deed Book No. 8. page 356 Page 167 13th April 1759 William ( ) Hall and Margaret ( ) of ---- County, North Carolina, to James Davis, £40, 212 acres on a branch of Buffelo Creek joining Jno. Collier's land; 3 white oaks by the Ship Rock; corner Arthur Brown. Teste: Wm. Davis, Henry H. Kerkham, James Campbell. Delivered: Jno. Low by your order, September, 1761. (Above conveyed to Wm. Hill by John Collier and Sisely, his wife, 22d May, 1750.)
Deed Book No. 8. page 359 Page 238 21st November 1759 John Smith, Gent., to Malcom Campbell, £----, 400 acres on Goose Creek of Roanoke, including the Great Lick, on side Smith's Creek, near mouth of Lick Branch. Sent to Wm. Campbell, the heir-at-law, by his order October, 1773.
Deed Book No. 8. page 360 Page 289 26th November 1759 Mathew Campbell to Adam Stephenson, £27.10.0, 250 acres on North Branch of South River, Shanando. Teste: Abraham Smith, Thos. Gordon, Ephraim Love, Wm. Cravens.
Deed Book No. 8. page 360 Page 279 19th March 1760 John Campbell, yeoman, to Thomas Sheals, yeoman, £33, 270 acres in Beverley Manor; corner Patrick Campbell in Wm. Thompson's line; Charles Campbell's line. Delivered: Shields, August, 1761.
Deed Book No. 8. page 361 Page 309 4th October 1760 Robert Brooke and Mary, of Essex County, to John Hunter, £40, 500 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley, 26th November, 1741; corner Wm. Campbell; James Miles' line; Wm. Robinson's corner; Robt. Moffet's line. Teste: Robert ( ) Hunter, Wm. Palmer, Samuel Hunter, John ( ) McCallam.
Deed Book No. 8. page 363 Page 442 19th August 1760 Wm. Marten and Janet ( ) to John Davis, £110, 198 acres purchased by Wm. from John McPheeters, 23d March, 1754, and part of a tract he now possesses, line of James Young, deceased; cor. Robert Campbell, now James Berry's. Delivered: Felix Gilbert, February, 1762.
Deed Book No. 8. page 363 Page 446 19th August 1760 James Campbell and Lettice ( ) to Alex. Boyd, Lieutenant and paymaster to the Virginia Regiment, £430, 400 acres on waters of Roanoke, patented to James, 12th February, 1752, on Goose Creek. Delivered: Alex. Love, October, 1762.
Deed Book No. 9. page 365 Page 50 19th November 1760 Samuel McClure and Mary ( ) to James Campbell, £160, 232 acres in Forks of James on Woods Creek; cor. Jno. Paxton. Delivered: Benj. Estill, November, 1763.
Deed Book No. 9. page 369 Page 251 16th May 1761 James Lockhart to his son William Lockhart. £5, 324 acres, part of 624 conveyed to James by Beverley, 17th June. 1748; cor. to part of tract belonging to Patrick Lockhart; cor. David Campbell. Teste: James Hughes, Ranl. Lockhart. Delivered: William Lockhart, April, 1767. [p.369]
Deed Book No. 9. page 370 Page 329 -- ---- 1761 Jno. Buchanan and William Thompson, executors of James Patton, to James Lecock, of the city of Limerick, Ireland. Power of attorney to sue and recover all debts due James Patton in Kingdom of Ireland, either by hand, bill, book account, or in trust from any person, but particularly from Mr. Campbell, of City of ----. Teste: Wm. Preston, John Brown.
Deed Book No. 9. page 375 Page 503 18th August 1761 William ( ) Patterson (Petterson) and Agness ( ) to James Bell, £120, 247 acres in Beverley Manor on South River of Shanandoe, conveyed to William by Beverley, 26th February, 1749; cor. John Campbell in the Manor line, Joseph Teas' line; cor. said Teas and McClure; cor. Archibald Stuart. Delivered: Jas. Bell, 1768.;

Wills

Will Book No. 1. page 7 Page 47 3d August 1747 Jean Bohannan. Will--Son, John; granddaughter, Mary Bohanan (daughter of John); eldest daughter, Elizabeth Bohanan; granddaughter, Jean Bohannan; second daughter, Margaret Campbell, the tablecloth I brought from Ireland; granddaughter, the bay colt that was lately put to Elizabeth Bochanan; granddaughter, Mary Bochanan. Executors, Joseph Culton and Robert Edmiston. Teste: Joseph Culton, Robert Edmiston, Francis McCown, John Betty. Proved, 19th August, 1747, by Francis McCown.
Will Book No. 1. page 8 Page 68 26th November 1747 David Steel's appraisement by James Fulton, Charles Campbell and John Mitchell. Books. Cash due by Isaac Roads. Cash due Jno. Teas. Cash due executors of Thos. Steel, deceased. Cash due to Thos. Johnston. Recorded, 17th February, 1747-8.
Will Book No. 1. page 10 Page 106 15th February 1748 Daniel Stover qualifies guardian of John, Mary and James Campbell, orphans of John Campbell, with sureties Abraham Strickler, George Leath.
Will Book No. 1. page 9 Page 86 18th August 1748 John Campbell's estate; settlement by Wm. Thomson.
Will Book No. 1. page 15 Page 202 10th October 1749 William Magill's will--Wife, Margaret, and her son, David Gass; sons, James and William, adjoining Charles Campbell; son, John; grandchild, James' son; daughter, Elizabeth. Executors, Robert Cravens, Hugh Campbell. Signed William Magill, Margaret Magill. Teste: Andrew Erwin, Charles Campbell. Proved, 29th November, 1749, when Margaret renounced the will. [p.15]
Will Book No. 1. page 15 Page 203 29th November 1749 Executor's bond as above, with sureties Andrew Erwin, Charles Campbell.
Will Book No. 1. page 15 Page 219 28th February 1749 Jane Shield's bond as administratrix of James Shields, with sureties Robt. Campbell, John Shields.
Will Book No. 1. page 15 Page 222 28th December 1749 William Magill's appraisement, by John Seawright, John Erwin, Charles Campbell. Cash by Hugh Dever and Hugh Ross.
Will Book No. 1. page 14 Page 182 20th March 1749 John Campbell's sale bill--To George Shuneman, Stephen Phillips, Barbara Job. To John Barrenhin ell. James McNeal, Anthony Strother, Thos. Dolson (Dottson), Fredk. Freeling, George Neel, Thos. Harmon.
Will Book No. 1. page 18 Page 275 28th November 1750 Sale bill of Ann Hungate's vendue--To William Alexander, Joseph Milikin, Malcom Campbell, Wm. Carson, Wm. Armstrong, James Neeley. John Lawler, Jacob Patton, Uriah Acres, Archibald Grimes.
Will Book No. 1. page 19 Page 294 29th August 1750 Gilbert Campbell's will, of Forks of James River, plantationer--Wife, Prudence Campbell, alias Osran; son, George (infant); son, Charles (infant); daughter, Elizabeth Woods, alias Campbell; son, James; daughter. Prudence Hays; daughter, Sarah Campbell; daughter. Lattice Campbell. Executors, James Trimble, Thomas Stuart and Andrew Hays. Teste: James Thompson, Robert Allison, Alex. McMullen Proved, 26th February, 1750, by Thompson and Allison, and probate granted to Andrew Hays.
Will Book No. 1. page 22 Page 373 23d May 1751 Appraisement of goods left by Gilbert Campbell to his wife, Prudence Campbell, alias Puran.
Will Book No. 1. page 25 Page 433 16th August 1751 Methesalem Griffith's appraisement, by Henry Brown, Jr., Neal McNeal, Wm. Carvin. Due by Malcom Campbell, Benj. Halter, Henry Brown, Sr., Isaac Taylor, Alex. Ingrem, Geo. Robinson, Edward McDonald.
Will Book No. 1. page 22 Page 372 23d May 1751 Gilbert Campbell's appraisement, by Alex. McMullan, Robert Allison, James Thompson, Andrew Hays.
Will Book No. 1. page 24 Page 418 9th April 1752 Nathan Patterson's will, freeholder--Wife, Isabell; sons, John, Mathew, Robert (John is oldest), Mathew 2d; daughter, Isabell; daughter, Sarah; daughter, Martha. Executors, wife, John Wilson, Robert Campbell. Teste: Robert Campbell, Mathew Wilson, Wm. Wilson. Proved, 21st May, 1752, by Robt. Campbell and Wm. Wilson, and to lie for further proof, and executors qualify, with surety Alexander Richey.
Will Book No. 1. page 30 Page 521 18th August 1752 James Campbell's bond as administrator of Patrick Lynch, with sureties John Smith, Wm. Anderson.
Will Book No. 1. page 28 Page 484 22d March 1753 James Connerley's appraisement by Joseph Kennedy, John Maxwell, James Campbell. Vendue by George Breckinridge, administrator.
Will Book No. 1. page 30 Page 522 21st November 1753 Michael Realy's estate and appraisement. Robert Campbeil. North Mountain, owes. 15th September, 1753, vendue at house of John Black. Patrick and David Campbell owe.
Will Book No. 1. page 20 Page 308 27th February 1750-51 Andrew Hays' bond as executor of Gilbert Campbell, with sureties Charles Hayes, James Walker.
Will Book No. 1. page 6 Page 34 William Skileren made a will dated 6th January, 1744-45, wherein he appointed executors, viz: James Patton, Peter Jefferson, Thos. Meriwether, Thomas Skilson. James Patton proved the will, but did not qualify, and now Elizabeth qualifies as above. Teste: Jno. Christian, Ro. Campbell, Geo. Robinson, Jno. Buchanan, Jno. Willson, Jno. Buchanan.
Will Book No. 10 page 235 Page 325 25th June 1805 Hugh Donaghe's will--To wife, Anne; son, William W. Donaghe, infant; daughter, Elisabeth Campbell, wife to Robert Campbell; to son, John; grandson, Hugh Donaghe, son to son James, deceased, and sisters of said grandson Hugh; to children, Sarah and James. Executors, Archibald Stuart and son, Jno. Donaghe. 26th February, 1807, Codicil--Wife Anne is dead, their children were three, viz: William W., Sarah, and James. Robert Campbell and family have conducted themselves improperly towards testator. Teste: Eleanor Stuart, Mary P. Hall. Proved, 25th December, 1809. Executors qualify.
Will Book No. 10 page 231 Page 156 26th August 1807 William McPheeters' will--To wife, Rachel; daughter Rebecca Gamble, wife to Jno. Gamble; to daughter, Polly Kelso, wife to Charles Kelso, daughter, Patsey Walker, wife to Joseph Walker; daughter, Rachel Logan, wife to John Logan; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Campbell, wife to William Campbell (to be paid to Rev. Samuel Brown, Jacob Kinney, Wm. McPheeters as trustees); to Sophronia McPheeters, daughter to son James, deceased; to Philander McPheeters, son to son James, deceased; to Theophilus McPheeters, son to son James, deceased; to Jas. Augustus McPheeters, son to son James, deceased. Executors, wife Rachel, Jacob Kinney, Wm. McPheeters, Jr. Teste: Jno. Young, Jno. Moffett, Jr.; James and Robt. Trimble. Proved, 23d November, 1807. Jacob and William qualify.
Will Book No. 12 page 248 Page 375 25th June 1769 John Buchanan's will--Lands on Reed Creek called Anchor and Hope, and 500 acres on New River where Adam Harman lived; to sons, James, William, and John (all under 30); to wife and children, tract where Walter Stewart lives; to daughter, Mary Boyd, wife to Andrew Boyd; to three youngest daughters; to George Wilson; to relative, James Buchanan, merchant in this county. Executors, Col. Andrew Lewis, Col. Wm. Preston, and nephew Wm. Campbell. Teste: John Smith, Robt. Breckinridge, Wm. Thompson, Jno. McClellan. Proved, 16th August, 1769. Preston and Campbell qualify; and 23d February, 1818, the will not having been recorded a certified copy is now ordered to be spread on record.
Will Book No. 2. page 33 Page 21 1753 James Carlile's appraisement, by Robert Gay, James Campbell, Jacob Clements.
Will Book No. 2. page 42 Page 143 4th December 1753 Joseph Tees' will. To sons, William and Charles, plantation and negroes. Wife. Charles is 16 years old. To daughter Mary, the place bought from John Wilson; to daughter Eleanor and her children, the place bought from James Hamilton. Executors, wife, overseer, Wm. Henderson. Teste: John Campbell, Andrew Campbell, Walter Sorals. Proved, 17th March, 1756, by John and Andrew Campbell, and Jane Tees qualifies executrix, with sureties Wm. Henderson, John Campbell. [p.42]
Will Book No. 2. page 49 Page 259 2d March 1753 Alexander Campbell's will--To son (youngest) Alexander, plantation testator lives on; to wife, maintenance; to daughter Florence; to daughter Mary; to daughter Jane. Executors, son William, and William Ledgerwood. Teste: Pat. Cunningham, Robt. Campbell, Walter Davis. Proved, 16th August, 1758, by Cunningham and Davis. Executors qualified with Hugh Young, Pat. Campbell.
Will Book No. 2. page 34 Page 32 5th November 1753 James Campbell's will--Aged about 71 years: To son Daniel, 200 acres, part of tract testator lives on; to Margaret, a horse running at John McClure's; to grandchild, Elizabeth White, a child, to be cared for by Margret; to grandson, James Steel, a horse until testator's son, Daniel, comes of age; to son, John; to son-in-law, Isaac White; to son-in-law, Saml. Steel and Isaac White, executors. Teste: Robt. Cunningham, Benj. Stewart. Proved, 22d March, 1754, by the witnesses. Executors qualify, with surety Jno. Ramsey. [p.34]
Will Book No. 2. page 34 Page 36 March 1754 James Robertson's inventory by Jas. Campbell, Ephraim Voss, John Robeson.
Will Book No. 2. page 35 Page 48 11th April 1754 Robert Foil's appraisement and sale bill, by Chas, and Robt. Campbell, Wm. Magill. 19th April, 1754. Vendue of above. By Jno. Erwin. Robert Foil's estate in account with Jno. Erwin. [p.35]
Will Book No. 2. page 36 Page 71 19th September 1754 William Scot's (yeoman) bill of sale to John Maxwell (yeoman). Teste: Richard Borton, John Smith, Mathew Campbell.
Will Book No. 2. page 41 Page 136 3d December 1754 William Smith's will--farmer. Child yet unborn; wife's young son, Thos. Steel; step-daughter, Jannet Steel; stepson, Robert Steel; stepson, Thomas Steel. Executors, Samuel Steel and wife Janet. Teste: Patt. Campbell, Wm. Steel, Robert Alexander. Proved, 17th March, 1756, by Campbell and Alexander. Executors qualify, with surety John Ward.
Will Book No. 2. page 34 Page 41 22d April 1754 James Campbell's appraisement, by John Finley, Archd. Stewart, Thos. Stewart, Wm. Finley.
Will Book No. 2. page 56 Page 343 5th October 1754 William Campbell's will--To sons James and John; to daughters Mary Clements, Margaret Gillham, Elizabeth Price, Mary Ann Ashton, Rachel Carlile; son-in-law Thos. Gillham; daughter Margaret Gillham's children, 100 acres, part of testator's home plantation; son, Samuel. Executrix, Sarah. Teste: Jacob Clements, Chas. Gillham. (No certificate of Probate.)
Will Book No. 2. page 39 Page 109 19th May 1755 Samuel McMahon's appraisement, by Thos. Stevenson, John Campbell, David Stevenson, and accounts--Paid Saml. McMahon, George Bowman, Jno. Reybourn. To Robert McMahon, Cr., 21st May, 1755, by appraisement.
Will Book No. 2. page 39 Page 113 9th May 1755 William Gay's will of the Calf Pasture--Wife, Margaret; eldest son, John, the plantation George Campbell lives on, formerly held by James Stevenson; to son, Robert, plantation testator lives on; to daughter, Mary; to daughter, Agness. Executors, wife and brother John Gay. Teste: Wm. Elliot, Jno. Fulton, James Stevenson. Proved, 20th August, 1755, by all witnesses. Executors qualify, with sureties Wm. Eliot, Ro. Campbell, Robert Gay.
Will Book No. 2. page 43 Page 172 17th November 1756 John Maxwell's bond (with John Ramsey) as guardian ( ) to John Campbell, orphan of Jno. Campbell.
Will Book No. 2. page 44 Page 178 3d September 1756 Robert Sayers' nuncupative will--To second son Robert (infant), all real estate bought from his brother David Sayers; father was testator's security in above purchase; to son Robert, a saddle which Wm. Scott is making; son, David (infant), which is a fool. Proved, 20th November, 1756, by Jno. Christian, John Hunter, Chas. Campbell. Was objected to by David Sayers, to whom administration was granted, because the will was not signed, but as Campbell and Hunter testified that the testator acknowledged it as his will, it is recorded and administration is rescinded; then administration is granted David as next of kin (Hannah, the widow, refusing to qualify), who qualifies with Jno. Ramsey and John Hunter.
Will Book No. 2. page 46 Page 205 20th April 1757 John Mathews' will, of Forks of James River, Gent; To son John, tract where on son John lives; to son Joshua, tract whereon son Joshua lives for life with remainder to Joshua's 2 children, Anna and Elizabeth, both infants; if they die in infancy then to their uncle George, and Archer, and William; son Richard, 1 shilling; to son Sampson, tract called Kelley's entry on Borden's Branch, 350 acres; to son George, 1 shilling; daughters, Jane, Anne, Rachel, 1 shilling each; daughter Elizabeth, infant; sons William and Archer, infants; wife, Anne; to poor of Augusta Parish provided it is not divided before testator's death. Executors, sons Sampson and George, who are to convey to Wm. Bradshaw a tract sold to Bradshaw. Teste: Mathew Campbell, Anna Kelley, Jno. Poage. Proved, 16th November, 1757, by Campbell and Poage. Executors qualify with John Poage, John Mathews.
Will Book No. 2. page 47 Page 219 18th November 1757 Michael Reiley's estate, vendue--To William Bishop, Ezekiah Inman, Wm. Kerr, Jacob Gray, Thos. Sheils, Robert Campbell, of No. Mountain. Amounts sworn off said Rieley's estate according to law by these persons. Charles Dalhouse and many others. Paid Joseph Love for venduing the estate. Paid Secretary Nelson for recording Rieley's certificate. Paid James Lockhart by order of John Flood. Paid Robert Gibson for making the grave.
Will Book No. 2. page 47 Page 220 18th November 1757 Israel Christian's bond (with Chas. Campbell, Abraham Smith) as administrator of John Smith, now a Captain in the French Dominions.
Will Book No. 2. page 48 Page 238 17th March 1758 By order of Court November, 1757, Robt. Cravens, Hugh Campbell, Arthur Johnson, chosen by the old Court to appraise the estate of Randall McDonald.
Will Book No. 2. page 48 Page 243 17th May 1758 George Campbell's bond (with Robert McElheny, Robt. Moore) as guardian (chosen) to Lettice Campbell, orphan of Gilbert Campbell.
Will Book No. 2. page 49 Page 250 18th May 1758 John McFeeters' bond (with James Philips, Robt. Campbell) as guardian (appointed) to Alex. Crockett, orphan of Robt. Crockett.
Will Book No. 2. page 49 Page 252 20th May 1758 Jacob Patton's estate to Susan Patton, administratrix--To Edward McDonald, Joseph Love, Wm. Plummer, George Tar, Henry Campbell, Jno. Potts, Robt. Williams, Philip Watkins, Reece Watkins, John Walker, Christopher Cunningham, John Patton, Robt. Mountgomery, Robt. Looney, Wm. Lusk, Wm. Graham.
Will Book No. 2. page 51 Page 280 15th November 1758 Accounts against estate of William Magill paid by Hugh Campbell and Robt. Cravens. Legacies paid, viz: To James, John, William, Margaret McGill, Hugh Campbell, John Jones, Robert Dickson, John Berry, Ro. Fouller (to each of these £9, 1, 6).
Will Book No. 2. page 50 Page 275 11th November 1758 Alex. Campbell's appraisement, by David Cunningham, Jas. McCutchen, Saml. McCutchen.
Will Book No. 2. page 52 Page 296 1st February 1759 James McCutchen's will, freeholder--To wife Grisal and youngest son James, the tract testator lives on; to oldest son John and second son Patrick, 343 acres in Calf Pasture; to son William, if he lives to age, land; to elder daughter Sarah, second daughter Elizabeth. Executors, wife Grisal, Patrick Campbell, Samuel McCutchen. Teste: Robt. Campbell, W. Christian, Chas. Campbell, James Campbell. Proved, 16th May, 1759, by Wm. Christian and Ro. Campbell. Executors qualified.
Will Book No. 2. page 55 Page 336 29th July 1759 Martha Fruit's will (widow)--To Jean Logan, all concerns except one bed and a horse; to Wm. Care, one bed and a horse. Teste: Jno. Shanklin, Benj. Logan, Jannet McDonnald. Proved, 21st November, 1759, by the witnesses. Jane Logan qualified executrix, with Danl. Love, Charles Campbell.
Will Book No. 2. page 55 Page 337 1st September 1759 Jacob Clements' will--Wife; youngest children, Ruth, Isabella Clements; three daughters, Ann Burnet, Mary McKnight, Rachel Barnet; daughter, Sarah Clements; five daughters, Margaret, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Ruth, Isabel Clements. Executors, Thos. Gillham, James Campbell. Teste: Andrew Hamilton, Robert Lockridge, Thomas Lloyd. Proved, 21st November, 1759, by Lockridge and Hamilton. Executors qualify, with Andrew Hamilton and Robert Lockridge.
Will Book No. 2. page 56 Page 344 22d November 1759 Saml. Campbell's bond (with James Carlile, Geo. Wilson) as administrator of Wm. Campbell.
Will Book No. 2. page 56 Page 351 18th March 1760 Robert Ramsey's appraisement, by Andw. Hamilton, Jas. Carlile, Jas. Campbell.
Will Book No. 2. page 59 Page 402 20th August 1760 Mary McDonald's bond (with Geo. Robinson, Francis Livers, Malcom Campbell) as administratrix or Edward McDonald. Teste: H. Churchill.
Will Book No. 2. page 59 Page 413 8th July 1760 Robert Ramsey's additional appraisement and sale bill, by Andw. Hamilton, James Calile, James Campbell--To Robt. Hall, James Given, James Hall, James Shaw, Daniel Harrah (O'Hara); to liquor at the vendue; balance due the orphans.
Will Book No. 2. page 60 Page 435 16th May 1760 Thomas Cadden's appraisement, by Robt. Campbell, Jno. Risk, Jno. Cark (Clark?).
Will Book No. 2. page 56 Page 353 18th March 1760 William Campbell's appraisement, by Andw. Hamilton, Jas. Carlile, Daniel O'Hara.
Will Book No. 3. page 85 Page 334 25th June 1757 James Moffett's will, farmer--Sons, John and James Moffett, the plantation to be divided between them by a line beginning at middle of Wm. Ledgerwood's pasture, cross the Hasle Bottom, thence to James Carr's land; to daughter, Elizabeth; daughter, Mary; son-in-law, John Berryhill, and his wife, Rachel Berryhill; son James is infant; daughters, Martha and Elizabeth; daughter, Jane; to son-in-law Wm. Campbell and his wife Margrett; to Ann Miller, 1 dollar. Executors, Wm. Ledgerwood and James Mitchell. To son-in-law James Berryhill. Teste: Wm. Edmiston, Arthur Hamilton, Robt. Alexander. Proved, 26th March, 1764, by Edmiston and Hamilton. Executors refuse to execute and James Moffett is granted administration, who qualifies with Arthur Hamilton and Walter Smiley. [p.85]
Will Book No. 3. page 66 Page 87 5th September 1759 Archibald Stewart's will--Wife, Janet; son, Thomas, his Great Bible; daughter, Eleanor, 5 shillings; son, Alexander, tract adjoining Andw. McClure's land; grandson, Archibald Stewart, £10 when aged 10 years; son, Benj. Stewart. Executors, Thos. Stewart, Edward Hall. Teste: Jno. and Andw. Campbell, Jno. Finley. Proved, 17th November, 1761, by Jno. and Andrew Campbell. Executors qualified, with Jno. Campbell. Andrew Campbell.
Will Book No. 3. page 77 Page 232 18th November 1760 Samuel Steel's bond (with Thomas Paxton, Pat. Campbell), as guardian (chosen) to David Steel, orphan to Thomas Steel.
Will Book No. 3. page 62 Page 16 4th April 1761 Patrick Young's will--Wife, Esibala (Isabella) and Joseph Walker, executors; son, James; 3 daughters, Sarah, Jannet and Allas. Teste: Wm. Hall, Jas. Campbell, Saml. McMurty. Proved, 19th May. 1761, by the witnesses. Executors qualify, with John Bowyer, Jno. Collier, James McKee. Isabella's mark ( ).
Will Book No. 3. page 62 Page 26 19th May 1761 Mary Brown's bond (with Jno. Collier, James Campbell) as administratrix of William Brown.
Will Book No. 3. page 80 Page 266 23d February 1761 Malcom Campbell's will--Wife, Isabella; son, Archibald, tract adjoining the Long Lick and tract on Mill Creek; son, William; tour daughters, Elizabeth, Mary, Jean and Rebeckah. Executors, son Archd. and Saml. Lyle. Teste: Archd. Alexander, Danl. Lyle, Nathan Peoples. Proved, 22d June, 1763, by Alexander and Lyle Executors refuse to execute. Isabella also refuses. Administration granted Elizabeth Campbell, who qualifies with Pat. Sharkey, Jno. Neeley, Adam Dean.
Will Book No. 3. page 97 Page 492 24th August 1761 (Record says 1760) and in the first year of the Reign, &c., George III. Charles Campbell's will, of Manor Beverley--To son, William, tract called Asp Bottom on middle branch of Indian River, commonly called Holstein's River; to 3 eldest daughters, Elizabeth, Jean and Margaret, infants, tract called Campbell's Choice on north branch of Holstein's River; to daughter, Ann Campbell, tract called Papa Bottom on North Branch Holstein. Executrix, Margaret. Teste: David Robinson, Jno. Buchanan, Elizabeth Buchanan, Proved, 17th March, 1767, by Jno. Buchanan and David Robinson. Margaret (her mark) qualifies, with Wm. Christian, Robt. Campbell, Jno. Ramsey, Daniel McNaire.
Will Book No. 3. page 68 Page 125 28th March 1762 John Peery's will--To Thos. Kirkpatrick, £10; to brother, James Peery; to Mary Peery and her children. Remaining time James Gilmer has to serve to be disposed of. Executors, John Kirkpatrick. John Peery. Teste: Saml. Downey, Saml. Kinkead, John Campbell. Proved, 18th May, 1762, by the witnesses. Executors qualify, with Thos. Kirkpatrick, John Jamison.
Will Book No. 3. page 72 Page 184 14th August 1762 Arthur Johnston's estate sold, settlement by Margaret Gragg, late Johnston, executrix. Recorded, 19th August, 1762. Sold, viz: To David Williams, Israel Young, Robt. and Wm. Gregg, John Magill, Michael Warren. Paid Samuel Samples, Charles Campbell, Adam Stevenson, Robt. Moore, John Cathern, James Allen.
Will Book No. 3. page 76 Page 210 13th December 1762 John Erwin's estate, appraised by Edward Shanklin, Robert Fowler, Charles Campbell.
Will Book No. 3. page 81 Page 277 20th September 1763 Rebecca Dougherty's bond (with Edward Rutledge, Henry Campbell) as administratrix of Charles Dougherty. [p.81]
Will Book No. 3. page 87 Page 375 25th November 1763 Silas Hart's bond (with Wm. Thompson, Pat. Campbell) for collection of County proportion.
Will Book No. 3. page 85 Page 346 19th June 1764 Susannah Hall's bond (with John Handley, Jno. Campbell), as administratrix of James Hall.
Will Book No. 3. page 85 Page 348 18th February 1764 James Rusk's estate appraised by Robt. Campbell, Mathew Wilson, James McClearey.
Will Book No. 3. page 97 Page 491 12th November 1765 Malcom Campbell's estate appraised, by ----. Word "filly" appears at this time. [p.97]
Will Book No. 3. page 87 Page 367 29th November 1760 (?) Malcom Campbell's estate appraised by Wm. Bryan, Neal McNeal, James Neelley.
Will Book No. 4. page 101 Page 63 20th November 1767 Charles Campbell's appraisement (by Wm. Wright, Jno. Brownlee, William Kerr), recorded.
Will Book No. 4. page 104 Page 128 17th May 1768 William Crawford's bond (with Charles Campbell, Saml. McCutchen) as guardian to Rebecca, orphan of Alex. Crawford.
Will Book No. 4. page 105 Page 145 19th August 1768 Margaret (her mark) and Hugh Campbell's bond (with Charles Campbell) as administrators of Robert Campbell.
Will Book No. 4. page 102 Page 82 16th March 1768 Saml. Paxton's estate in account with Thos. Paxton and James Trimble, executors. John Paxton's proven account. Prudence Campbell's proven account. Received from Hugh Kelsey.
Will Book No. 4. page 105 Page 154 15th November 1768 Robert Campbell's appraisement (by Wm. McPheeters, Morris O'Freil, John Mophet), recorded.
Will Book No. 4. page 106 Page 166 2d September 1768 Malcom Campbell's estate settled, by William Simpson and Elizabeth, his wife, administrators--Paid Francis Deleney, Saml. Flours, Adam Baird, Saml. Drake, Archibald Lamb, George Dare for Col. Preston, William Haley, Anthony Bledsoe for 8 gallons rum for vendue; James McNeil. for catching horses; Austin Brumbly, for catching horses; Peter Dyerly, Abraham Moon. Sale at vendue November 29th, 1763.
Will Book No. 4. page 107 Page 186 21st March 1769 William Wilson's appraisement (by Wm. Edmiston, Saml. Buchanan, Charles Campbell, Robt. Steel), recorded.
Will Book No. 4. page 107 Page 193 31st January 1769 James Leister's (Liser) will--Three children, John, Jean and Martha Lister. Executors, John Paxton, Saml McDowell. Teste: Henry Campbell, William Hill, James Wallace, Saml McDowell. Proved, 22d March, 1769. by Campbell and McDowell. Saml McDowell refuses to execute. Paxton qualifies, with Samuel McDowell.
Will Book No. 4. page 109 Page 230 16th August 1769 William Preston's renunciation of executorship of George Darr's estate provided the Court will grant administration to Capt. Francis Smith, but if they will not, then Wm. will qualify. Teste: Arthur Campbell.
Will Book No. 4. page 110 Page 233 16th August 1769 William Preston and William Campbell's bond as administrators of John Buchanan (with William Thompson, Robert Breckinridge, William Christian, Patrick Campbell, John Mills, David Robinson, John Taylor).
Will Book No. 4. page 110 Page 234 26th August 1769 William Preston's bond (with Robert Breckinridge, John Mills, David Robinson, Wm. Campbell, George Skillern, John Taylor, Patrick Campbell) as executor of James Patton.
Will Book No. 4. page 114 Page 318 21st August 1770 Martha and Alexander Walker's bond (with Thos. Connly, John and Robert Campbell) as administrators of Alexander Walker, Jr.
Will Book No. 4. page 119 Page 423 2d May 1771 William Lusk's will--To sons, John and William Lusk, in Carolina, 5 shillings each; to daughter, Mary Philips; to son, Joseph; to wife, Elizabeth; to daughters, Elizabeth, Sarah, and Margaret. Executors, wife Elizabeth, with Andrew Hays, Sr., and Saml. Lyle. Teste: Archd. Alexander, Daniel Lyle, James Lyle, Jr. Proved, 20th August, 1771, by Daniel and James Lyle, and on 21st August, 1771, and Saml. Lyle and Andrew Hays qualify with Andrew Mc(Mis) Campbell, Thomas Vance.
Will Book No. 4. page 110 Page 237 By cash from, viz (apparently in payment of piece of land belonging to Col. Patton's estate): Robt. Armstrong, Wm. Foster. Michl. Dougherty, Danl. Droudy, James Wiley (by James Davies), James Campbell. Wm. Preston (in part for Dayley's and Wat. Welshe's bond whose lands he purchased), David Robinson (part of William and James Gorrel's debt), Wm. Ingles (on Jno. Medley's bond), Alex. Dall, John Thompson, John Robinson, Hugh Mills, John Stephenson, Wm. Patterson, Wm. Buchanan, Augustine Price, Jacob Shull, Philip Harless, Michl. Price, James Kerr, Jno. Craig, Edd. Hall, James Coyle, Wm. Sawyers, James Davies (on Wm. Hall's bond), Pat. Sharkey, James Moore, James Armstrong, James Neeley (on Moore's bond), James Hollis, Danl. Brown, Adam Wall, Wm. Sawyers (account of Saml. Crockett's heirs), Thos. Henry (rent of land in Louisa), Pat McCollom, Casper Barrier, Henry Brown, John Sprout, Michl. Finney, Wm. Ingles, Robt. Galloway, Isaac Taylor, Neil McNeil, Wm. Carven, Wm. Ralston, Dr. Walker (for Tobias Bright), Jno. Collier, Jno. Smiley, Jno. McClure, Wm. Fleming, David Kinkead, Wm. Graham, James Scraggs, Jno. Armstrong (for Geo. Reed's bond), Jacob Brown, John Draper (for land sold since death of Col. Patton). Robert Armstrong for a tract called McCord Mill sold since Col. Patton's death.
Will Book No. 5 page 135 Page 242 11th February 1769 Margaret Rutherford's will--Widow, being old and failed in body; to son, Samuel Rutherford, deaf and dumb; to sons, John Wallace and Thomas Hutson; to Rebecca Campbell, after Samuel's death; to James Wallace, £7; to Robert Wallace, £5; to Margaret Hutson, £5; to Isbela Hutson, £5. Executors, Alex. Walker, William Buchanan. Teste: Robert Tedford, George Buchanan, Alex. Tedford, John Tedford. Proved, 18th May, 1774, by all the Tedfords. Executors qualified with David Tedford, John Wallace.
Will Book No. 5 page 146 Page 483 11th December 1770 James Robinson's will, yeoman--To sons, George and David, plantation (bounded by widow Black's field); to wife, Jane; to oldest son, William; to son, James, to son, Joseph; to son, John; to daughter, Sarah McMullan. Executors, James Cowan, Samuel Hunter. Teste: John Black, John Wilson, Wm. Campbell. Proved, 20th August, 1776, by John Black, and on 18th March, 1777, by Wilson.
Will Book No. 5 page 140 Page 342 19th March 1771 Hugh Campbell's will--To wife, Esther; to 3 sons and 2 daughters, William, Hugh, Charles, Esther, Marthew; to son, Robert. Executors, John Magill, Wm. Campbell. Teste: Andrew Scott, Robert Fowler, John Davis. 18th January, 1775--Dedimus to Danl. and Abraham Smith to examine Robert Fowler. Executed 6th February, 1775. Proved, 17th January, 1775, by John Davis. Dedimus for Robert Fowler who is very sick. Administration granted to William Campbell. no bond. 22d March, 1775--Proved by Fowler's deposition and recorded. John Magill qualifies with Abraham Smith, Saml. Gibson.
Will Book No. 5 page 129 Page 101 19th May 1773 Elijah McClenachan's bond (with Joseph Henderson and John Mitchell) as guardian to Sarah Campbell, orphan of Robert Campbell.
Will Book No. 5 page 130 Page 110 2d January 1773 Samuel Downey's will--To wife; to daughter, Margaret; to four youngest children, viz: Elizabeth, Rachel, Samuel, William; to daughters, Mary Ann, Rebecca, and Janet. Executors, wife, William McPheeters, and Charles Campbell. Teste: Charles Campbell, Saml. McPheeters. Proved, 17th August, 1773, by the witnesses. Martha Downey and William McPheeters qualify with Robt. Thompson, and Saml. McPheeters.
Will Book No. 5 page 132 Page 171 16th November 1773 Charles Campbell's bond (with Wm. McPhecters, Saml. McCutcheon) as guardian to Elizabeth and Rachel Downey, orphans of Saml. Downey.
Will Book No. 5 page 136 Page 259 28th March 1774 Archibald Huston's will--To wife, Mary; to son, John, 200 acres, part of Pond Spring tract; to son, Stephen; to James, 250 acres of tract whereon David Gravin now lives; to son, Archibald, infant; to son, George, 360 acres whereon testator lives; to son, Nathan, 100 acres, part of Pond Spring tract; to six daughters, residuary legatees. Executors, sons James and George, and Cap David Leard. Teste: James Bruster, John (his -- mark) Stephenson, Jennet (mark) Frazer, Isbell (mark) Campbell. Proved, 16th August, 1774, by Bruster and Stephenson. Mary appears and refuses to execute and renounces the will. David Laird and Geo. Huston qualify with James Bruster and John (mark) Stephenson.
Will Book No. 5 page 139 Page 326 20th November 1774 Alexander Walker's will--To wife, Elizabeth; to son, Robert, negro boy; to daughter, Mary, negro girl; to son, Andrew, 90 acres bought of Joseph Lindel; to daughter, Martha; to daughter, Elizabeth; to daughter, Barbara; to son, John, testator's home plantation; to daughter, Isabell. (Many negro slaves bequeathed.) To daughter, Margaret; to son, Alexander's two children, Jane and Elizabeth Walker. Executors, wife Elizabeth and son Robert. John Campbell to be guardian to children. Teste: Joseph Hannah, Robert Haslet, Thos. Connly. Proved, 21st March, 1775, by the witnesses. Executors qualify with John Hind, Arthur Connaly, John Campbell.
Will Book No. 5 page 139 Page 316 18th January 1775 William Campbell's bond (with Daniel Smith, John Davis) as executor of Hugh Campbell.
Will Book No. 5 page 140 Page 345 16th March 1775 Hugh Campbell's estate appraised by John Gratton, James Magill, Edward Erwin, Edward Shanklin.
Will Book No. 5 page 146 Page 481 4th June 1775 Robert Campbell's will, farmer--To wife, Sarah, executrix, 390 acres home plantation; Hugh Fulton, son-in-law, executor; to daughter, Mary Richey, daughter Martha Kennedy; to daughter, Sarah Fulton; to Rebecca Crawford, daughter of James Crawford and Isabella Crawford, daughter of testator; to Isabella Crawford, daughter to George and Isabella above; to James Crawford's second wife, 5 shillings to 1 paid each by Isabella and Rebecca when they come of age; to daughter, Mary Richey, Wm. Kennady, and Hugh Fulton. (Date at end is 4th July, 1775.) Teste: Pat. Buchanan, James Ewing, James Burnsides, Mathew Wilson. Proved, 18th March, 1777, by Buchanan and Wilson. Executors qualified.
Will Book No. 5 page 148 Page 511 15th August 1777 Robert Campbell's estate appraised by James and John McCleery, Mathew Wilson, Robt. Patterson.
Will Book No. 6 page 152 Page 49 19th June 1775 Charles (mark) Campbell's will--To wife, Mary; to son, William; to son, Robert, three children--Hugh, Robert, and Sarah; to other children, division to be made by son John, and Charles, executors. Teste: John Wilson, William Campbell. Proved, 17th November, by the witnesses, and Charles Campbell qualifies.
Will Book No. 6 page 168 Page 363 27th August 1777 Thomas Story's estate sold at vendue, and settlement--1779, January, paid Gerald Phelan for schooling the orphans; 1781, January, paid John Campbell, collector of additional tax, for raising 80 soldiers in Augusta.
Will Book No. 6 page 150 Page 547 3d February 1778 Andrew Walker's will--To wife, Margaret, if she has a child to him; to mother-in-law; to brother and sisters. Executors, Thomas Connely and John Burnsides. Teste: John Campbell, Robt. McCormick, Mary Sevenson. Proved, 17th February, 1778, by Campbell, and recorded. Executors qualify. [p.150]
Will Book No. 6 page 151 Page 22 19th May 1778 Andrew Walker's appraisement recorded--Thomas Frame, Arthur Connly, John Campbell.
Will Book No. 6 page 151 Page 26 14th May 1778 Edward (mark) Warner's bill--To wife and daughter, Marthew, all estate. Executors, John Poage and John Burnside. Teste: John Harper, Marthia Burnside, Jacob Campbell. Proved, 19th May, 1778, by John Harper and Campbell, and 21st May, 1778. Executors qualify.
Will Book No. 6 page 174 Page 496 13th November 1779 James Gilmore's (Gillmer) will--To wife, Ann; to son, John; to son, James; to son, Alexander; to four daughters, Elizabeth Campbell, Martha Curry, Rebekah Brawford, Janet Peery. Executors, wife Ann and sons John and James. Teste: Elijah McClenachan, Arthur Hamilton, Wm. Blair. Proved, 20th September, 1785, by Hamilton and Blair. John qualifies.
Will Book No. 6 page 154 Page 69 18th May 1779 Recorded. Charles Campbell's appraisement--Appraised by Michael and James Dickey, James and Archibald Henderson.
Will Book No. 6 page 160 Page 202 3d October 1780 James Buchanan's will--To wife, Sarah; to son, Alexander; to daughter, Jean: to mother and sister, Sarah. Executors, Charles Campbell, William and David Buchanan. Teste: David Buchanan, John Yager, Elizabeth Hannah. Proved, 21st August, 1781, by David Buchanan and Hannah. 16th October, 1781, Wm. Buchanan qualifies.
Will Book No. 6 page 162 Page 229 26th June 1781 Robert Campbell Cutler's will--To wife, Mary; to eldest son, George, the Round Hill plantation, 140 acres joining Geo. Bright and home plantation. Also 200 acres, likewise 50 acres more adjoining Robert Shaw and David Williamson; to 2d son, Robert, home plantation 200 acres; also the Maple Swamp plantation 150 acres; also 200 acres of an entry adjoining Geo. Bright and the Mill place bought of David Williamson; to daughter, Jannett, tract between home plantation and Beverley Manor; to wife. Executors, wife Mary and sons George and Robert and daughter Jannet. Teste: William and Mary Forgason. Proved, 16th April, 1782, by the witnesses. Widow Mary qualifies. [p.162]
Will Book No. 6 page 161 Page 224 2d March 1782 James Ritchey's estate appraised by Hugh Donaghe, John Lowry, Joseph Campbell.
Will Book No. 6 page 170 Page 424 23d January 1784 John McMahon's will--To wife, Deborah; to daughter, Nancy; to son, William, home plantation, 330 acres, infant; to son, John; to son, Robert; to daughter, Mary; daughter, Elizabeth; to 3 youngest daughters. Executors, wife and son Robert. Teste: William Wilson, John Campbell. Proved, 19th October, 1784 (formerly proved by Rev. M. Wilson), by John Campbell.
Will Book No. 6 page 171 Page 427 19th October 1784 Recorded. Mathew Kennedy's ditto, by Thos. Rankin, James Craig, Jno. Campbell. Appraisement 1st October, 1784. [p.171]
Will Book No. 6 page 171 Page 435 16th November 1784 Recorded. John McMahon's appraisement by William Johnston, Arthur Connly, Jno. Campbell, Hugh Donaghe.
Will Book No. 6 page 171 Page 433 16th November 1784 Recorded. Robert Campbell's (cutler) appraisement by Samuel Steel, Hugh Fulton, Wm. Forgas, ----, John Boyd.
Will Book No. 6 page 173 Page 478 1st March 1785 Thomas Stevenson's will--To son-in-law, George Poage, 1 shilling; to grandson, George Poage, 1 shilling; to grandson, John Poage; to Agness Reed; to Joseph Hannah; to Deborah Reed; to Isabel Reed; to Alex. Reed; what money Henry King owes to be given to the poor if got from him; 20 shillings to pale in the church yard; to Robert Reed, Jr. Executors, Alex. Reed and David Gibson. Teste: John Campbell, Thomas Willson, Jno. Dixon. Proved, 16th August, 1785, by Wilson and Dixon. Executors qualify.
Will Book No. 6 page 173 Page 483 September Ct. 1784 (?) Recorded. George Searight's appraisement by Jno. Campbell, Andrew McCampbell, David Gibson, Jas. Dickey.
Will Book No. 6 page 167 Page 334 29th August 1777. List of those indebted to the estate of Roger North--Molly Mathews, Michael Diveyer, John Paris, Taylor, Edward Brayton, Mary Dillon, Wm. Collen, Carolina; Rev. Adam Smith, Margaret Mountfield, Hannah Sires, Robt Jameson, Prince Edward; Andrew Cowen, Holstein; John Adkins, going to Carolina; William Loveley, Sally McGraw, servant to Dr. Watkins; James Bowyer (Taylor), John Anderson, Long Glead, Holstein; Joseph Love, Montgomery; Geo. Berry (son to Francis), James Anderson, son of John, M. River; John Henderson, son to David, So. River, dead, John Brown, son to Widow, N. Mtn.; David Steel (tailor), Wm. Jordan, So. River; Wm. Scott (taylor), John Welsh (tailor), Amos Perkins (blacksmith), Michael McEntosh, James Cooper, Forks of James; Mary Blackwood, married to McCrosky; ---- Crawford, brother to Patrick; Wm. Russell, Buchanan's Mill; Charles Philips, Adam Cribb, Eleanor Craig, M. River; Eleanor Dunn at Elijah McClenachans, Robert Patterson, No. Mountain; Nelly Keenan, James Berry, son to Francis, Holst.; John Woods, M. River; Andrew Anderson, son to John; Andrew Jenkins; Major Scott (dead), Mark Hatton, Andrew Campbell, son to John, So. River; Andrew Wilson, reedmaker; James Anderson, M. River; James Kelly (mason), John Cypher, James Brown (dead), John Votaw, Wm. McNab, No. Mountain; Joseph Right, M. River; James Armstrong, Holstein; Wm. Long, Warm Springs; Jean Rush, Evan Griffith, son of Abel, M. River; James Bott, Alex. Reed, Rockfish; Miss Betsey Hughes, Greenbrier; Henry Black, Dutchman; Hugh Divier, No. River; John Smith, son of Daniel, dead; Gasper Carner, Black's Gap; Daniel Meek, Calfpasture; Mary Cawfield, Jacob Kile, No. Mountain; Wm. Rogers, B. M.; John Campbell, No. River; James Edmonson, taylor; Chas. Syms, attorney at law; Nath. Bell Magruder, James Long, Mid. River; Richard Aldeman, Jno. Ehrhard, laberer; James McManis, Amherst; Jno. Todd, attorney at law; Thos. Bird, labourer; Abraham Savage, Thos. Jones, at the Office; Jacob Meckghew, Pr. Edward; Jno. Heany, Miss Jenny Lewis, Thomas' daughter, Jno. Hughson, Mason.
Will Book No. 7 page 192 Page 318 6th June 1781 John Frazer's will, of Rockingham County--To wife, Jennet, all estate whatsoever; to James Walker; to Mary Aderson; to brother, Joseph Fraizer; to brother, George Fraizer; to sister, Molly Galloway; to brother, William; to Andrew Shanklin, son of testator's sister, Molly. Executors, wife Jennett and her brother, James Hooke. Teste: Geo. Huston, Robt. Hook, Wm. Hooke, Isabella Campbell, Elenor Campbell. Proved. 15th February, 1791, by Huston, Robert and Wm. Hooke. Jennett qualifies.
Will Book No. 7 page 183 Page 108 14th June 1786 Hugh Green's will, of Augusta County and congregation--To wife, Agnus; to housekeeper, Mary Warner; to Nancy Wilson, daughter to Rev. Wm. Wilson; to Robert Ried, son to Robert Ried; to Cormick McCafferty, 13d, and Jinny his wife; to grandson, Hugh McCafferty; to daughter, Mary Gentry, and to each of her sons; to Alex. Reid; to Jinny Green, daughter of Wm. Green, testator's grandson; to children and wife. Executors, Rev. Wm. Wilson and Robt. Reid, Jr. Teste: William and Elizabeth Wilson. Codicil, 1st February, 1787, revokes legacy to Mary Warner. Teste: Francis Allen and Robt. Campbell Proved, 20th January, 1789, by William and Elizabeth Willson. Both executors qualify. [p.183]
Will Book No. 7 page 185 Page 157 23d October 1788 Isaac Waugh's will--To sister, Jean, 60 acres in Cumberland County, Penna., cor. David Bell's fence and James Ellet's line; also one-third of the orchard left him in father's will; "the above land I leave to James' own disposal"; to brother, Samuel; to brother, John. Executrix, sister Jean. Teste: John Campbell, Henry Spering, James Oliver. Proved, 16th June, 1789, by Campbell and Sherring. Executrix Jane Richardson qualified. [p.185]
Will Book No. 7 page 186 Page 185 15th April 1788 John Blair's will--To father; to 3 sisters, Elizabeth, Mary, and Jean; to sister, Margaret; to brother, James; to mother, Executors, father and James Seawright. Teste: John Campbell, Jacob and John Sheetz. Proved, 15th December, 1789, by Campbell and Jacob Sheets. Executor Seawright qualifies.
Will Book No. 7 page 185 Page 171 7th May 1789 James Blear's will--To wife, Jean; to 3 daughters, Elizabeth, Mary, Jean, after marriage or death, of wife Jean; to daughter, Margaret; to son, John; to son, James. Executors, wife and son John. Teste: John Campbell, Samuel King, Thos. Bleakely. Proved, 15th September, 1789, by Campbell and Blakely. Executors qualify.
Will Book No. 7 page 188 Page 226 3d May 1790 Inquest upon body of a man found in a field of Maj. Andrew Anderson. Verdict: Is the body of John Peck, son of Andrew Peck, aged between sixteen and seventeen; died by hand of God--Robert Kenney, Andrew Anderson, James Allen, Jr., Alex. Reed, John Crawford, Thomas Poage, Jr., Jas. Kerr, Jas. Cochran, Thos. Frame, Wm. Crawford, John Campbell, John Gamble. Held in consequence of an order from me in absence of Coroner; David Stephenson.
Will Book No. 7 page 191 Page 284 19th February 1790 John Stuart's estate appraised by John Campbell, George Crawford, John Mills. [p.191]
Will Book No. 7 page 184 Page 147 Hugh Allen's estate in account with the administrator--To paid William Craig, who married the widow, her one-third; to paid Capt John Campbell for soldier's bounty; to paid Robt. Rhodes for schooling orphans; to paid Archibald Dixon for soldier's bounty.
Will Book No. 7 page 189 Page 244 List of book debts due Thomas Stuart--By John Allison (Middle River); James Bates, Jr.; Manis Burgey; James Buchanan (near John Tate's); ditto (Burden's Land); John Bell, son to the widow; Wm. Burbridge; Wm. Barnett (Rockfish); John Caldwell (son Samuel); John Cock (Mason); Jno. Campbell (son to Henry); Robt. Campbell (son to widow); Robt. Cowan (son to James); William Campbell (Sander's son); Robt. Campbell (Smith); Alex. Elliot (son to George); William Fulton (Bigham's son-in-law); James Frazer (Scotchman); ditto (Long Meadow); William Fulton (schoolmaster); James Henry (son to Samuel); Robt. Hamilton (Doctor); John Henderson (shoemaker); Samuel Hays (blacksmith); Wm. Jamison (son to Robert); ditto (Christian's Creek); Wm. Johnston (Brushy (Brusley?) Neck); John Kilpatrick (son to Thomas); James Kilpatrick (Thomas' son); John Lyle (widow's son); Joseph Long (Forks); Edward Long (taylor); John Montgomery (wagonmaker); Jno. Moore (Abney's place); Robert Mitchell (John's son); James McCroscery (John's son); William Moore (D. brother); Alex. Moore (D. brother); James McClung (John's son); James McCown (Frank's son); Alex. Montgomery (son to John); James Moore (son to widow); Wm. McClenachan (Doctor); James McClure (owned A. Reed's place); Mr. ---- Oglebay (son to James Brady); Wm. Poage (Holston); Robert Patterson (carpenter); Wm. Reed (taylor); John Robertson (Providence); James Stuart (Providence); Samuel Steel (Providence); Charles Stuart (millwright); widow Stuart (Burden's Land); John Stuart (taylor); John Sinters (Suinters) (Patrick Martin's son); Robert Stuart (Pastures); John Shields (son to John); William Stuart (schoolmaster); John Thompson (wheelwright); John Thompson (son to James); Thomas Wilson (Caylor's town); John Walker (Forks); Samuel Wilson (James' brother); Thomas Welson (Chesnut Ridge); John Weir (Smith's cousin); Alex. Walker (farmer); John Wilson (Robert's son); James Weir (Jeremiah Teford's father-in-law); Edward Walton; John Weir (Hugh's brother); Hugh Weir (Smith); John Weir (Robert's son); George Taylor (Botetourt); David Steel (Robert's son); James Walker (son to John); David Robertson (Providence); Jno. Starling (Botetourt); Christopher Migrons; Wm. Napper; Jno. Long (Holston).
Will Book No. 8 page 202 Page 81 20th August 1788 Robert Campbell's will, hatter--To brother. George, all estate, and executor; to sister, Jennitt Campbell. Teste: Thomas Fulton, Thos. Boyd, Wm. Vernum. Proved, December Court, 1793, by Fulton and Boyd. Executor qualifies.
Will Book No. 8 page 204 Page 122 13th February 1790 John Burnside's will--To wife Martha; to daughter, Frances; to 3 grandchildren, Polly, Margaret Summers, Burnside Stuart; to child my daughter is now with; to Francis Marrah, $1; to nephew, Jno. Burnside, $1; to granddaughter, Margaret; to Jennet Treasure; to Peations Ritchey. Executors, wife Martha and John Mills. Teste: Wm. Willson, John Campbell, J. Hooks. Codicil, 17th April, 1793. To daughter, Frances Stuart. Teste: Willson and Campbell as above. Proved, September Court, 1794, by Willson, Campbell, and George Hooks. John Mills qualifies. [p.204]
Will Book No. 8 page 202 Page 84 1st October 1793 Thos. Poage's will, Jr; To wife, Jean, 1/2 mill plantation on Falling Spring, which 1/2 was willed to testator by his father; to brother, John. Executors, Rev. John Campbell and brother, John Poage. Teste: Alex. Humphreys, Richard Trother (Strother?), Philip Sholl. Proved, January Court, 1794, by Stother and Sholl. Executors qualify; 3d October, 1793, John Poage, legatee above, relinquishes to widow Jean all claim under the will to any property which came to Thomas through the widow Jean, who was Jane Watkins.
Will Book No. 8 page 204 Page 124 20th January 1794 Martha Burnside's will--Widow of John Burnside; to nephew, John Mills; to Jennett Frazer; to Ann Henderson; "If daughter Frances should marry again and have children, then to such children, but if not, then to Frances' present children, viz: Polly, Sommorrison (Samuel Morrison) Burnside, and Margaret. Executors, John Mills and John Campbell. Teste: H. King, Joseph Peck, Geo. Hook. Proved, September Court, 1794, by Henry King and Joseph Peck. Executors qualify.
Will Book No. 8 page 205 Page 147 28th July 1794 Thomas Connely's will--To wife, Margaret; to 3 sons, Thomas, Alexander, Robert; to each of my daughters, viz: Martha, Mary, Elizabeth, Barbara, Jean, Isable; to son, Arthur, 200 acres in Caintucky; to son, Thomas, 240 acres in Caintucky; to son, Alexander, 200 acres in Caintucky; to son, Robert, 200 acres in Caintucky. Executors, wife Margaret and son Thomas. Teste: John Campbell, John Connely, John Hooke. Proved, 20th January, 1795 (presented by Thomas Connely, surviving executor) by Connely and Hooke. Thomas qualifies.
Will Book No. 8 page 211 Page 265 27th December 1796 Thomas Frame's estate appraised by Robert Kinney, John Campbell, Wm. Robertson.
Will Book No. 8 page 213 Page 298 30th June 1797 John Reburn's will--To daughters, Isabella, Sarah, Margaret; to son, Robert, and his son, which has his leg cut off; to daughter Isabella's oldest son; to daughter Sarah's oldest son; to daughter Margaret's oldest son; to Robert Campbell, executor, 1/2 of movable property; to John Danaghe, executor, 1/2 of movable property. Teste: Robert Campbell, Jno. Danaghe, Margaret (mark) Donaghe. Proved, 20th February, 1798, by John Danaghe (who relinquished rights as legatee), and Margaret R. Campbell qualified.
Will Book No. 8 page 203 Page 111 John Boyd's estate appraisement, taken 29th March, 1794, by Jno. Purris, James Henry, George Campbell.
Will Book No. 8 page 215 Page 340 William Creever's estate appraised 18th July, 1797, by Augustin Argenbrite, Wm. Handly, James Campbell, and vendue bill, sold to, viz: Jno. Harlowe, Philip Creever, widow Creever, widow Greever, widow Greeber.
Will Book No. 9 page 219 Page 82 3d May 1800 George Campbell's will--To wife and family until youngest child is 21; to wife, Agness, and 5 children; title to be made to William Moore; live children, viz: Robert, Mary, Jenny, Betsy, Joseph Campbell, Executors, wife Agness, John Purris, Thomas Fulton. Teste: Geo. Reid, David Shoultz, Samuel Brown. Codicil, 9th June, 1800, provision for possible unborn child. Teste: Same as before. Proved, 27th October, 1800, by all witnesses. Wife Agness and John Purrer qualify.
Will Book No. 9 page 223 Page 257 22d November 1802 Thomas Poage's will--To daughter, Elizabeth; son, Elijah; son, Robert; to son, John; daughter, Ann; daughter, Polly; son, William; to daughter, Agness (single). Executors, son William and John Poage, Sr. Teste: Robert Campbell, John Kerr, Moses Gresham. Proved, 24th January, 1803. Executors qualify.. .
Will Book No. 9 page 217 Page 37 John Davidson's estate appraisement taken 19th October, 1799, by David Steele, Geo. Campbell, Jno. McFadden.
Will Book No. 9 page 218 Page 77 List of bonds taken by John Campbell and John Mills, who were executors of Martha Burnside.
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