Person:Adam Looney (3)

Adam Looney
m. Abt 1715
  1. Thomas Looney1718 - Abt 1764
  2. Martha LooneyAbt 1717/18 - Bet 1763 & 1769
  3. Robert Looney, Jr.1721 - 1756
  4. Daniel Looney1723 - 1760
  5. Adam Looney1725 - 1770
  6. Samuel Looney1727 - 1760
  7. Louisa Looney1728 -
  8. Absalom Looney1729 - Bef 1796
  9. John Looney1732 - 1817
  10. Peter Looney1734 - 1760
  11. David Looney1735 - 1801
  12. Joseph B. Looney1740 - Est 1817
m. 1746
  1. Robert LooneyAbt 1749 -
Facts and Events
Name Adam Looney
Gender Male
Birth? 1725 Pennsylvania
Marriage 1746 to Hannah Wright
Death? 1770 North Carolina
Reference Number? 1992

Adam Looney was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records: [unless otherwise listed]

  • Vol. 2 - List of Musters, 1742: No. 11 - Capt. George Robinson's List: George Robinson, Captain; James McFeron, Lieutenant; Pat. Shirky, Ensign; James Ranfro, Sergeant; Dan Manaughan, Mark Coal, Peter Ranfro, George Draper, Rob Roland, Edw. Smith, Fran Kelly, And. Ganghagall, Henry Stiles, Hen Philip, Thomas Rindel, Thomas Looney, Rob Looney, Dan Looney, Adam Looney, Mark Joans, John Askins, John Flower, James Coal, Bryan Cass, Cornel Dougherty, Wm. Acres, Tasker Tosh, Hen Brown, Sam Brown, James Burk, Wm. Bean, _____Evins, Sam Martin, Peter Kinder, Stephen Evins, Peter Watkins, Stephen Ranfro, Benj. Davis, Wm. Clark, Wm. Shepherd, Benj. Deeson, John Smith, Hugh Coruthers, Wm. Bradshay, John Coal, Wm. Craven, Simon Acres, Nicol Horseford, _____ Meason.
  • 1768 Nov. 15. Joseph Luney (Augusta) v. Charles Meets (S. Carolina) [&] Adam Luney (N. Carolina). Enter caveat for 127 acres on Stoney run a branch of Craig’s creek Augusta. This land was taken up and surveied by Thomas Lee who died without heir having first sold to Meets, who sold to Adam Luney, and he to the present pl. but there were never any writings of conveiance except a bill of Sale from Adam Luney to the present pl. The pl. can prove this land was surveied, tho’ nothing of it appears in Surveior’s books. There will be no opposition. Recd. 8/3. Records of Thomas Jefferson