Person:Griffith Garten (2)

Griffith Garten
b.17 September 1763 Orange County, Virginia
m. 5 March 1751/52
  1. Uriah Gartinest 1755 -
  2. Elijah Garten1758 - 1840
  3. Nathaniel Garton1759 -
  4. Frances Gartinabt 1761 -
  5. Griffith Garten1763 -
  6. Elizabeth Gartinabt 1767 -
  7. Richard Gartinabt 1770 - 1815
m. 19 September 1787
Facts and Events
Name Griffith Garten
Gender Male
Birth? 17 September 1763 Orange County, Virginia
Marriage 19 September 1787 Greenbrier County, Virginiato Hannah Miller

Records in Virginia

Mar 21, 1786 Griffy Garton enters 380a on Swoob's Knobs between James Millars Senior and Wm. Meadows on the head of a branch of Indian Creek, by virtue of 1000a a part assigned him by James Millar, No. 10853. [Source: DEEDS; VA; Greenbrier Co; Deed Book I].
Monroe Deed Book D. Indenture 18 July, 1815 between James Miller and Elizabeth, his wife, of the county of Campbell, Tennessee, by Griffith Garten, their attorney in fact, on the one part, and Andrew and George Beirne of Monroe County of the other part. For one dollar James and Elizabeth Miller convey to Andrew and George Beirne 181a on Indian Creek, it being the same tract upon which Nathaniel Garten now lives and part of a parcel of land deeded to James Miller by James Miller Sr and his wifeby deed dated 17 June, 1800. This deed conveyed to James Miller (then called James Miller Jr.) 211a (31a of the 211a was heretofore conveyed to Richard Garten) boundary's mention Halsted's and Maddy's lines. [Note: James Miller listed in this record was the brother-in-law of Griffith Garten].