Person:Jacob Manspeil (1)

m. bef. 1719
  1. John Manspeilbef 1719 -
Facts and Events
Name Jacob Manspeil
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1699 prob. Imbach, Falkenstein, Bayern-Pfalz, Germany
Marriage bef. 1719 to Mary Unknown

Jacob Manspeil was one of the Early Settlers of Germanna Colony

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Land Records in Virginia

  • 1734 Jacob Manspoil was granted 400 acres of land in Spotsylvania County, Virginia for importing eight people (Jacob Breyll, Rose Paulitz, Susan na Hance, Peter Hance, Margaret Hance, Jacob Manspoil, Catharine Hance and Adam Hance) (Virginia Land Office Patent Book 15, 351)
  • 27 September 1739 - Jacob Manspoil purchased 100 acres from John Sutton of St. Mark's Parish, Orange County, Virginia (Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 3, 328-330)

Records in Virginia

  • 1739 Jacob Manspeil paid taxed in Orange County, Virginia
  • Pages 34-37. 21-22 May 1740. Joseph Bloodworth of St. Mark’s Parish, Orange County to Robert Hutchinson of same. Lease and release; for £20 current money. 200 acres whereon Hutchason now lives, part of a tract granted to Edward Balenger for 400 acres, 20 June 1733 and by Ballenger transferred to Joseph Bloodworth by deeds 4-5 May 1736… corner to John Sutton… near Jacob Manspoil’s line… (signed) Joseph Bloodworth. Wit: Zach. Taylor, Richd. Yarbrough, Thos. Stanton Junr. 22 May 1740. Acknowledged by Joseph Bloodworth. Mary the wife of Joseph Bloodworth relinquished her right of dower. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 4, Dorman, pg. 37].
  • 24 February 1742 - Jacob Manspoil naturalized in Orange County, Virginia (Orange County, Virginia Order Book 3, 346)
  • 1779 Jacob Manspiel and wife Mary sold land to John Broyles.
  • 1779 Jacob Manspiel deeded to William Adkins and wife Margaretha (Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book B, 89-91)
  • 1779 Jacob Manspiel deeded to James Shearer and wife Anna (Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book B, 89-91)


From Rootsweb Message Board:

Jacob Manspeil patented land in 1734 on Deep Run. Apparently he came as a bachelor for he paid for his land with eight headrights, his own, Jacob Broyle, Rose Paulitz, Susanna Hance, Peter Hance, Margaret Hance, Catherine Hance, and Adam Hance. This is a varied set which has no Manspiels except himself. If I were studying his history I would not forget these names. The surname Hance may be a bit of a challenge. A tentative village has been put forth for Manspeil but his identity is not certain.