Person:Jacob Rector (11)

Jacob Rector
m. Abt 1734
  1. Henry Rector1736 - 1782
  2. Daniel Rector, Sr.Abt 1738 - 1814
  3. Jacob RectorAbt 1740 - Abt 1779
  4. Charles Rector1742 - 1833
  5. Elizabeth Rector1743 -
  6. Catherine RectorAbt 1744 - Abt 1790
  7. Benjamin Rector1748 - 1808
  8. Frederick Rector1750 - 1811
  • HJacob RectorAbt 1740 - Abt 1779
  • WJane - 1813
m. Abt 1760
  1. Charlotte Rector1762 - 1834
  2. Lewis RectorAbt 1765 - Abt 1830
  3. Sally Rector1766 -
  4. Martin Rector1768 - 1832
  5. Elizabeth Rector1772 -
  6. Rebecca Rector1777 -
  7. John Josiah RectorAbt 1778 - 1856
Facts and Events
Name[1] Jacob Rector
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1740 Fauquier County, Virginia
Marriage Abt 1760 Fauquier County, Virginiato Jane
Death? Abt 1779 Bedford County, Virginia
Will[2]

JACOB RECTOR was born about 1740 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He moved to Bedford County, Virginia in 1773.

Jacob married JANE about 1760 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

Jacob appears in the records as follows:

Fauquier County Deed Book, Page 307. October 1, 1771, John Rector and Catharine his wife of Leeds Parish to Jacob Rector 100 acres.

Fauquier County Deed Book, page 446. October 26, 1773, Jacob Rector and Jane his wife of Leeds Parish to William Young of Prince William County 131 acres adjoining Henry Rector, being part of the land purchased by John Rector of Burgess Ball.

From Bedford County, Virginia we have the following records:

May 23, 1774, Jacob Rector was deeded 200 acres.

February 8, 1777, Charles Rector to Jacob Rector 168 acres on Wade's Branch of Stonewall Creek.

July 27, 1779, Jacob Rector to Thomas Hawkins 200 acres on Cattail Branch.

September 27, 1779, Jacob Rector to Moses Preston 168 acres on Wade's Branch of Stonewall Creek; Jane, wife of Jacob, participates in the deed.

References
  1. Germanna Record No. 4: John Jacob Rector, 1714 Germanna Colonist and His Descendants
    Pages 26 -27.
  2. The will of Jacob Rector.

    In the name of God Amen I Jacob Rector of Bedford County being in my perfect understanding (Praise be to God) do make this my Last Will and Testament as followeth.

    Inprimus. I give to my daughter Charlotte Rector, my negro girl named Jane. Item. I leave to my dear and loving wife the remainder part of my estate both real and personal during her life or widowhood and at her death or marriage to be equally divided among the remainder of my children then living not before mentioned. Also, I appoint my loveing wife Jane Rector and my trusty friends William Page and George Stovall Jr. executors of this my Last Will and Testament. Also my Desire is that my Estate should neither be inventoryed nor appraised as Witness my hand this twenty six day of October one thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Nine.

    Jacob Rector

    Witness:
    Gideon (his mark) Martin
    Jane (her mark) Preston

    Thos. Stovall
    John Pryer

    (Source: Will Book 1, Bedford County, Virginia, Page 359)

    At a court held for Bedford County the 22nd day of November 1779 This Last Will and Testament of Jacob Rector Deceased was proved by the oaths of Gideon Martin, and John Pryer witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded an on the motion of Jane Rector, William Page and George Stovall, Jr., the executors herein named who made oaths there to certificate is Granted them for Obtaining probate in due form giving security whereupon They together with Thomas Helm and Thomas W. Reynolds their securities entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the Penalty of Twenty Thousand Pounds for the said Execs due and faithful administration of the said Decedents Estate and performance of his will.

    Teste. J. Steptoe, Clerk

    Copy signed J. P. Scott, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bedford County, Virginia.

    The inventory of Jacob Rector, decd, was dated January 22, 1781.