Person:David McNeely (3)

David McNeely, Sr.
b.21 December 1720 prob. Ireland
d.31 December 1800 Logan County, Kentucky
m. bef. 1758
  1. David McNeely, Jr.1758 - 1836
  2. George McNeelyabt 1760 - 1819
  3. John McNeelyabt 1766 -
Facts and Events
Name David McNeely, Sr.
Alt Name David McNeelley
Gender Male
Birth? 21 December 1720 prob. Ireland
Marriage bef. 1758 to Agnes Unknown
Death? 31 December 1800 Logan County, Kentucky

David McNeely, Sr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 106.--15th March, 1771. Andrew ( ) Fitzpatrick and Mary ( ) to David McNeelley, £5, 150 acres of Borden's 92100. Teste: James Buchanan, Samuel Lyle, Andrew Campbell.

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 333.--30th August, 1759. James Robertson's estate sold at vendue-- Zachariah Smith, David McNeeley, Mathew Harper, Charles Mehafey, Saml. McCown, Timothy Cole, Thos. Baskins, Jno. Cloyd, Thos. Fulton, Robert Brown, Robt. Adair, Ben Herbert, George Woldridge, Nate Dunlap, Dan. Kidd, Thos. Galbreath.
  • Page 536.--10th January, 1775. Margaret ( ) Borger (Bergen) to Jacob Borger, her son, patented to Margaret 14th February, 1761. Teste: David McNeelly, John Davidson, William McNeelly.
  • Vol. 2 - Delinquents, Augusta County Levy for 1779: David McNeeley (3 tithables), gone. (Note: listed among many others).
  • Page 275.--13th February, 1780. Christian Clemons' (signed in German) will--To wife, Catharine; to son, John, home plantation; to eldest son, Gasper, plantation joining David McNeelly; to my in law, George Trout and his wife, 5 shillings; to Henry Lyner and his wife; to Philip Berger and his wife; to daughter, Catharine, and her son, David Trout; to daughter, Elizabeth. Executors, wife and son-in-law, Henry Lyner. Teste: John Davidson, Robert Stephen, Jno. Surfas. 15th March, 1783, Kathorine refuses to qualify. Teste: Robert Stephen, Jacob (mark) Barrier. Proved, 18th March, 1783, by Robert Stephens and John Surfas. Henry Lyner qualifies.