Person:Abraham Varner (3)

Abraham Varner
b.Est 1740
d.Bef May 1778 prob. Virginia
m. Est 1765
  1. William VarnerBef 1768 -
  2. Lidia Varner1772 - 1810
  3. John VarnerBef 1777 - Abt 1798
  4. Hannah VarnerBef 1778 -
  5. Julian VarnerBef 1778 -
  6. Rebecca VarnerBef 1778 -
Facts and Events
Name Abraham Varner
Alt Name Abraham Varnum
Alt Name Abraham Vernon
Gender Male
Birth? Est 1740
Marriage Est 1765 to Elizabeth Unknown
Death? Bef May 1778 prob. Virginia

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


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Records of Abraham Varner in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - MAY 20, 1778. - (305) Elizabeth Vernon to be summoned for not providing for her children. (Note: this record appears to indicate that Abraham had died prior to this date, more research may be necessary. Records of Abraham's will or estate do not appear to be in Augusta County records).
  • Page 67.--8th December, 1792. John Boyd's will--To Thomas Boyd, 10 shillings; to the lawful begotten heir of John White, deceased, 10 shillings: to wife, Elizabeth, lands for life and then to _____ _____; to John Varnum; to Hannah Varnum, to be paid by John Varnum at his mother's decease; to Rebecca Varnum; to Julian Varnum. Executors, Elizabeth Boyd and John Varnum. Teste: David Steele, Samuel Forsythe, John Purris. Proved, September Court, 1793, by Forsythe and Purris. Executors qualify. (Note: Abraham's children John, Hannah, Rebecca and Julian "Varnum" were named in the will of John Boyd, listed above. John Boyd became the second husband of Abraham Varner's wife, Elizabeth).
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1796--Marriage Bond in Augusta County - May 12, Jameston Patterson and Jno. Vernum, surety. Jameston Patterson and Rebecca Vernum, daughter of Abraham Vernum, sister to Jno. Vernum.