Person:Francis Peyton (1)

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Francis Peyton
m. Abt 1718
  1. Valentine PeytonEst 1720 to 1740 -
  2. Eleanor PeytonAbt 1721 - Bet 1788 & 1793
  3. John Peyton1728 - Bef 1774
  4. Robert PeytonAbt 1729 - 1795
  5. Craven PeytonAbt 1730 - Abt 1781
  6. Henry Peyton1731 - 1781
  7. Francis PeytonAbt 1732 - 1808
  • HFrancis PeytonAbt 1732 - 1808
  • WFrances Dade1734 - 1814
m. Bef 1774
Facts and Events
Name Francis Peyton
Gender Male
Alt Birth? Bef 1731 Virginia
Birth? Abt 1732 Prince William Co., VA
Marriage Bef 1774 to Frances Dade
Death? 1808 Loudoun Co. VA
Reference Number? RIN627

http://www.kykinfolk.com/stafford/groupsheets/HenryPeyton16563GenNarrDesc.RTF

10. Col. Francis PEYTON (Valentine-2, Henry-1) in 1751 inherited 350 A. in LoudounCo on Littler River of Goose Creek.. On 6 July 1763 Francis Peyton and Frances his wife for 250 pounds sold 350 A. in Loudoun on Little R. of Goose Cr which was devised by Valentine Peyton to Francis Peyton.


 He in 1751 inherited 280 A. at Falls of Occoquan River..     On 11 May 1767, Francis Peyton and Frances his wife, Craven Peyton and Ann his wife sold John Semple 230 A. [280 A.?] at the Falls of the Occoquan devised to them and to their brother, Robert Peyton, by their father, Valentine Peyton by his last Will and Testament in writing duly proved and recorded among the Records of County Court of Prince William. 


    He purchased land on 26 Oct 1762 in Little River of Goose Cr, LoudounCo, VA103  Loudoun County Deed Book D (Part 1)  -61- 


pp. Indenture made 26th/27th October 1762 between SAMUEL MARSHALL of Province of Maryland and Charles County Gent. of one part and FRANCIS PEYTON of Colony of Virginia and county Loudoun .. for sum Fifty pistoles .. by deeds of lease & release .. sold parcel of land situate in county Loudoun on North side of Little river of Goose Creek which land was conveyed to Samuel Marshall by THOMAS MARSHALL and bounded .. beginning at a small red oak and several other saplins and being corner to land of Capt JOHN MIDDLETON and in the line of Colo. Carter's .. containing 250 acres be the same more or less .. Saml. Marshall, Presence Tho. Middleton, Jacob Reed, Wm. Clarkson, Thos. x Middleton Junr.


At a court held 9th October 1764 .. Indenture and Receipt underwritten

proved .. ordered to be recorded.


On margin. "Delivered to Grantee April 29th 1782"


 He sold land on 6 Jul 1763 in Little River of Goose Cr, LoudounCo, VA  On 6 July 1763 Francis Peyton and Frances his wife for 250 pounds sold 350 A. in Loudoun on Little R. of Goose Cr which was devised by Valentine Peyton to Francis Peyton.
 He sold land on 11 May 1767 in Falls of Occoquan, Pr. WilliamCo, VA104  On 11 May 1767, Francis Peyton and Frances his wife, Craven Peyton and Ann his wife sold John Semple 230 A. [280 A.?] at the Falls of the Occoquan devised to them and to their brother, Robert Peyton, by their father, Valentine Peyton by his last Will and Testament in writing duly proved and recorded among the Records of County Court of Prince William.
 He was a Member of the House of Burgesses.105  He in 1770 served as Justice.  He was a Vestryman from 1771 to 1806 in Shelburne Parish, VA106  He  from 1775 to 1776 held the office of Member, Virginia Convention.107  He served in the military in 1776 in the Continental Line.108  He  in 1780 held the office of Member of Va. Legislature..109  He  from 1781 to 1790 in Loudoun Co., VA held the office of County Lieutenant..  He  in 1785 held the office of Road Commissioner..  He  in 1785 held the office of Commissioner to settle affairs of the late Indian Expedition..  He sold land on 22 Nov 1793 in Pr. William Co., VA110  

Francis Peyton of Loudoun, Gent., 22 Nov 1793, deeded to Charles Ewell a tract bequeathed to said Francis by his father, Valentine Peyton, gent., dec'd, and late in the possession of Col. Henry Peyton, dec'd. He in 1797 held the office of lay deputy Va. Council.111 He from 1798 to 1803 held the office of Member of the Va. Senate.. He died about 1814. He had his estate probated on 8 Jan 1815 in Loudoun Co., VA.112


Col. Francis PEYTON and Frances DADE were married before 1774 in St. Paul's Parish, StaffordCo, VA. Frances DADE was born in 1734. She died in 1814. She was buried in 1814 in LoudounCo, VA.