Person:Andrew Clark (11)

Andrew Clark, of Botetourt County, VA
b.bef. 1751
m. bef. 1751
  1. Andrew Clark, of Botetourt County, VABef 1751 -
  • HAndrew Clark, of Botetourt County, VABef 1751 -
m. bef. 1775
  1. Sarah ClarkAbt 1775 - Abt 1854
Facts and Events
Name Andrew Clark, of Botetourt County, VA
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1751
Marriage bef. 1775 to

Records in Virginia

  • Page 243. May 9, 1771. Margaret Clark to Andrew Clark. 50 pounds. 150 acres on the southwest side of the James River, on a branch called Looneys Creek. Witnesses: Andrew Woods, James Woods, William Kerr. USGenWeb Archives [Note: Margaret Clark appears to be Andrew's likely mother? Needs additional research]
  • May 9, 1771, Andrew Clark—~Grant, 150 acres from Margaret Clark, £50. Bk. 1, 243.
  • January 15, 1778, Andrew Clark — Grant, 19 acres from Andrew Woods and Martha; Andrew Clark —— Grant, 74 acres from Margaret Clark.
  • 1782: At a meeting of the field officers this thirty-first of August,1782, for the county of Botetourt, for the purpose of carrying into Exercution this State's quota of Troops to serve the United States Army for the Term of **(three years)**, or during the War Present,George Skillern, County Lieut., Hugh Crocket, Colo., Wm. McClenechan, Lieut. Colo., Patr. Lockhart, majr., James Breckenridge appointed Clerk, who took the Oath by Law required, Adam Peck appointed Martial.
The following are a list of the amount of men returned: That James Lauderdale, William Louderdale, John Louderdale, John Wood, Horn (?) Copton, Andrew Clark, John Layman, Isaac Kelly, Lawrence Young, Thomas Fitswater, Charles stewart, Wm. Switzer, Mathew Wilson, Colo Thomas Rowland, James Vicars, of Capt. Mills' Company be considered the Thirty-eighth District.
  • 1783: Captain Mill’s Company of Militia include these men who were then living along the creek and on the river. [Captain Mill’s Company was made up of men about the lower half of Looney’s Mill Creek and Back Creek extending as far west as JamesMoore’s and Thomas Rowland’s].
Andrew Clark, 1 Horse, 14 Cattle, 0 Slaves
  • 1792. Andrew Clark —— Grant,180 acres adjoining William Ward, Samuel Gambell, Solomon Simpson and his own land.
  • Deed from Andrew Clark to Lawrence Beckner, 102 acres on Looney's Creek in 1797. [Related Families of Botetourt County, Virginia, by John William Austin, Rebecca H. R. Austin, pg. 48]
  • 3 June 1797: Andrew Clark conveyed to Michael Coon and Samuel Ovenchain jointly a tract of land 415 acres, "lying in Botetourt County, VA, on Looney's Creek a branch of the James River;" and a few months later on 6 October 1797 Michael Coon and Dolly his wife cross quitclaimed with Samuel Ovenchain and Phebe his wife to divide the purchase. County, VA, Deeds, 6:271, 386, 388, 397