Person:Abraham Ballew (1)

Abraham Ballew
b.est. 1752-1762 Virginia
d.bef. 26 January 1801 Augusta County, Virginia
m. est. 1750-1755
  1. Abraham Ballewest 1752-1762 - bef 1801
  2. Solomon Ballew1755 - 1818
  • HAbraham Ballewest 1752-1762 - bef 1801
  • WAnn Alexander1753 - 1801
m. bef. 1783
Facts and Events
Name Abraham Ballew
Alt Name Abraham Balew
Alt Name Abraham Belew
Alt Name Abraham Bellow
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1752-1762 Virginia
Marriage bef. 1783 to Ann Alexander
Death? bef. 26 January 1801 Augusta County, Virginia

Abraham Ballew was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 295.--17th August, 1784. Robert Leister and Sarah to Abraham Bellow. Teste: John McKemey. Robert McGwillan, William Anderson. William Morrow, Robert Cooper, Robert Cooper.

Estate Records

From Chalkley's:

  • Page 93.--26th January, 1801. John Tate's bond as executor of estate of Abraham Belew pending a contest of his will. [Note: the relationship between Abraham Belew and John Tate has not been determined].
  • Page 96.--19th August, 1797. Abraham Belew's will--To wife, Ann; to Jenny Tate, daughter to John Tate; to David Fulwider, son to John Fulwider. Executors, John Tate and John Fulwider. Teste: C. Berry, Thos. Burns, George Fullwider. Presented 26th January, 1801, and proved by Berry and Burns. Recording is contested and continued to next Court. And at February Court, 1801, objection is withdrawn and ordered recorded. John Tate qualifies.

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Page 386.--18th November, 1783. Robert Alexander's estate appraised Due by Hansel Olphid. [Relates to record below]
  • Page 388.--18th November, 1783. Allotment of above estate among the legatees--To Ann Balew, wife of Abraham Balew, 5 shillings; to Esther Austin, wife of Wm. Austin, 3 shillings. Signed by all except Austin.