Person:Ezekiel Smalley (1)

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Ezekiel Smalley
d.1800
m. ABT 1743
  1. Andrew Smalley1744 - 1832
  2. Ezekiel SmalleyAbt 1745 - 1800
  3. William SmalleyAbt 1746 - Abt 1818
  4. David Smalley1755 - 1838
  • HEzekiel SmalleyAbt 1745 - 1800
  1. Hannah SmalleyBef 1765 -
Facts and Events
Name Ezekiel Smalley
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1745 Loudoun County, Virginia
Death? 1800

Records of Ezekiel Smalley in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Smalley vs. Spencer--O. S. 313; N. S. 111--Bill, 10th July, 1807, by William, Andrew, Hannah (married Heath), David, Joshua, Catherine (married Swingler) Smalley, heirs of Ezekiel Smalley, who died 1800, intestate, leaving above his brothers and heirs. On January, 1797, orator William and Ezekiel made contract with John Spencer by which they advanced to Spencer £200 to be laid out in land warrants. Spencer located and surveyed 9,423 acres on the Ohio below the Canoway. Orators lived in Loudon County. Spencer defrauded them in a division of the land. Spencer sold to Benj. James. Patent, 28th March, 1801, to John Spencer, 9,423 acres in Harrison County. Deed, 18th January, 1807, by John Spencer and Phebe, his wife, of Wood County to their second daughter Mary, wife of Benj. James of Loudoun County, tract in Wood County, formerly Harrison County. 150 acres part of 9,423 acres above. Partially proved in Loudoun County, 14th September, 1807. Deed, 15th January, 1807, by Spencer and wife to Benj. James, above. Deed, 26th March, 1806, by Spencer and wife to William Smalley and heirs of Ezekiel Smalley, 2 tracts in Wood County, part of 9,423 acres and part of 2,000 acres patented to John Spencer, 24th May, 1799. Deed, 26th March, 1806, by Spencer and wife to William Smalley and heirs of Ezekiel Smalley, 2 tracts in Kenawha County, part of 3,000 acres patented 21st April, 1801, to Spencer, 1,648 acres; and part of 1,500 acres patented to Spencer, 21st April, 1801.