Person:Andrew Wardlow (2)

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Andrew Wardlow
b.1 October 1764 Augusta County, Virginia
m. 1760
  1. John Wardlowest 1763-1773 -
  2. Andrew Wardlow1764 - 1844
  3. William H. Wardlawbet 1765-1775 -
  4. Elizabeth Wardlow1773 - 1803
  5. Martha "Patsy" Wardlowbet 1776-1784 - 1822
  6. James Wardlow, Jr., M.D.1776 - 1853
m. 5 August 1792
  1. John Fulton Wardlow1798 -
Facts and Events
Name Andrew Wardlow
Alt Name Andrew Wardlaw
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1 October 1764 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage Bond 31 July 1792 Augusta County, Virginiato Margaret Fulton
Marriage 5 August 1792 Augusta County, Virginiato Margaret Fulton
Death[1] 1844 Woodford County, Kentucky

Andrew Wardlow was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • 17 Nov 1761 - Deed Book 10-143, Grant to James Wardlaw 236 acres in Borden's tract, crossing Andrew Duncan's mill dam; George Henderson's land. £100. Delivered to Andrew Wardlaw, son of James 2 Feb 1791.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond: 1792--July 31, Andrew Wardlaw and Saml. Fulton, surety. Andrew Wardlaw and Margaret Fulton (spinster), daughter of Mary Fulton (consent). Witness, James Fulton, Saml. Fulton.
  • Vol. 2 - SEPTEMBER, 1798 (A to G). - John Brown vs. Saml. Mitchel, And. Wardlaw. 317 acres in Rockbridge. Survey Aug. 1, 1774 for George Moffett by James Trimble 328 acres. Deed by Borden to Charles Donely 11 Feby, 1741-2, 231 acres 1 R 32 P--part of 92100, on Mophet's Creek, cor. James Cook--ye Barrens.
  • Vol. 2 - Page 140--Andrew Wardlaw deposes, 5th April, 1806, John Bowyer gave title bond to John Smith for 200 acres; Smith assigned to James Gordon, who assigned to James Wardlaw, deponent's father. Wm. Wardlaw deposes, ditto, it is 35 years ago that Bowyer gave bond to Smith.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Ancestry.com. Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable source).