Person:Charles Taylor (104)

Watchers
Charles Taylor, of Richmond County, VA
b.est. 1685
d.bef. 24 March 1739/40 Prince William County, Virginia
  • HCharles Taylor, of Richmond County, VAEst 1685 - Bef 1739/40
  • WMary Unknown1688 -
m. bef. 1707
  1. Catherine Taylor1707 - 1789
Facts and Events
Name Charles Taylor, of Richmond County, VA
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1685
Marriage bef. 1707 to Mary Unknown
Death? bef. 24 March 1739/40 Prince William County, Virginia

Land Records

Prince William County Virginia, Deed Book A-B 1731-1735
pages 419-421. March 17, 1734. Charles Taylor of Hamilton Parish Pr. Wm. to Myles Ward of same... for 10lbs curr. money. ...on one of the brs of :Ceder Run ... 50 a ... corner to Alexander Bell's land ... to John Hudnall's line ... deed of lease and release.
Charles Taylor
Wit: James MDonnell, Thomas Jackmane.
At Court March 19, 1734 Charles Taylor acknowledged this release to Myles Ward.


Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744
Page 421. Charles Taylor am bound unto Myles Ward in sum of 20 lbs curr. money dated March 17, 1734.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bounded Charles Taylor observes and keeps the articles and agreements which ought to be observed in one pair of indentures between parties and if Martha wife of Charles Taylor relinqishes her rights of dower this this obligation to be void otherwise to be and remain in full force. Charles Taylor
Wit: Jas MDonnell, Thomas Jackmanne.
At court March 19, 1734 Charles Taylor Acknowledged this bond to Miles Ward.


Estate Records

Taylor, Charles.
Publication 1739, 1740, 1741, 1743
Gen. note Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Note p. 209-210. Admors bond rec. 24 Mch. 1739.
p. 400. Accounts rec. 28 Mch. 1743.
p. 243-244. Inv. & Appr. rec. 23 June 1740.
p. 319. Inv. & Appr. rec. 21 July 1741.
p. 324-325. Accounts rec. 25 Aug. 1741.
Note Will Book C, 1734-1744 (Reel 18)


March 1739. Mary Taylor is admx. of Charles Taylor.
Mary Taylor
John (I) Wood
wit: John Bowie
24 March 1739. Ack and OR.
Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744 by John Frederick Dorman: Pages 202-10. Bond of Mary Taylor and John Wood unto Denis McCarty, Gent., justice. For ; 100. 24


Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744 by John Frederick Dorman: Page 319.
Additional inventory and appraisment of the estate Charles Taylor, decd 22 July 1741.
Total valuation 4.12.6.
George Neavill, John Gibson
Samuel Hackney
27 July 1741. Returned and admitted, to record,


Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744 by John Frederick Dorman: Pages 324-25. Estate of Charles Taylor, dec. 1739. [£] [tobo.]
To paid John Bayley one barrel, of corn 050
To paid John Kemper 20
To paid Jacob Holtclaw 2. 9. 9
To paid John Champe 2000
To paid Mathew Moss 0.16. 8
To paid Richard James 0. 5. 0
To paid Tinothy Thornton 1.14.
By part of the estate sold to sundry persons as per bills for the same in hands of John Wood 19.17. 0
Ballance due the estate 37.7.0 and 0060 lbs. tobacco
Mary Haddocks, admx., signed the account.
25 Aug. 1741. Presented in Court by Mary Haddock, admx. {Note: Charles Taylor's widow Mary married John Haddock prior to this date)


Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744 by John Frederick Dorman: Pages 400. The Estate of Charles Taylor Decod. Dr. to John Haddox and Mary his wife Admr. 1742. [£]
To paid Charles Baker 1. 1. 6
To paid Peter Newport 2.16. 3
To paid Wm. Bailey 0. 5. 0
To paid Samll. Hackney 2.17. 6
-To paid Capt. John Allen 2. 7. 6
[To paid John Wood 4.
scratched out on original paper]
To paid John Hitt 1. 5. 0
Mary Haddox, admr., signed the account
28 March 1743. Presented in Court and OR.


Records in Virginia

1738-RENT ROLLS - Prince William County, VA - Taylor, Charles


Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 509-514
THIS INDENTURE made the seventeenth & eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & forty one Between CHARLES GREEN Clerk M.D. of the County of Prince William of one part & WILLIAM FAIRFAX of the said County of the other part Witnesseth that the said CHARLES GREEN for the sum of fiveteen pounds Sterling doth sell unto the said WILLIAM FAIRFAX all that parcel of land in Prince William County & Hamilton Parish on the South side of NEABSCO CREEK & is bounded begining at the mouth of a Branch issuing out of NEABSCO CREEK being always reputed the bounds between this said land & the land of the heirs of CHARLES TAYLOR Extending thence up the Branch the Meanders thereof So, W. up a valley to a red Oak standing by a PATH on a Ridge near the Line of Mr, CATESBY COCKE then with his line No. W. to the Dividing Line between this land & the heirs of Mr. THOMAS OSBORN deced then with their Line No. E. to two white Oaks said Course further extended to include about 15 acres of MARSH Lastly from the said two white Oaks down the said NEABSCO CREEK & the meanders to the begining containing Sixty acres of land & fifteen acres of Marsh the said land being granted to the said CHARLES GREEN as an Escheat from ANN HARWOOD Daughter of WILLIAM HARWOOD by Deed from the PROPRIETORS OFFICE dated Novr. 2d 1741. reference being had all which premises are now in the actual possession of him the said WILLIAM FAIRFAX by vertue of Indenture for one year & by vertue of the Statute for transferring uses into possession to the only proper use of him the said WILLIAM FAIRFAX his heirs and assignes forever, In Witness I have set my hand & Seal in presence of JOHN GREGG CHA, GREEN
At a Court held for Prince William County the 23d day of November 1741, CHARLES GREEN Clerk ackowledged this Lease & Release with Receit Endorsed to WILLIAM FAIRFAX Esqr, to be his acts & deeds & they were thereupon admitted to Record.
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