Person:Josiah Boone (2)

Josiah Boone
b.6 Mar 1727 Exeter,Berks,PA,USA
m. 27 Jul 1713
  1. George Boone1714 - 1737
  2. Mary Boone1716 - 1832
  3. Hannah Boone1718 - 1746
  4. Deborah Boone1720 - 1758
  5. Dinah Boone1722 -
  6. William Boone1724 - bef 1771
  7. Josiah Boone1727 - 1814
  8. Jeremiah Boone1729 - 1787
  9. Aabigail Boone1732 -
  10. Hezakiah Boone1735 - 1823
m. 30 Jun 1750
Facts and Events
Name Josiah Boone
Gender Male
Birth? 6 Mar 1727 Exeter,Berks,PA,USA
Marriage 30 Jun 1750 Amity, Berks, Pennsylvania, USAto Hannah Henton
Death? 1814 ,Woodford,KY,USA

Josiah Boone was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 17.--17th August, 1768. Same (John Bear and Kartharine) to Josiah Boon (Boone), £90, 100 acres on Linvell's Creek, part of 200 acres as above; corner Francis McBride; Chrisman's line. Receipt for £90 is signed by Jacob Bear. Delivered: Jacob Bear, 7th August, 1771.

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 435.--15th March, 1777. Josiah Boone, Sr., and Hannah H. to Michael Shank, 100 acres, part of 12,009 acres patented to Hite, Green and Duff and conveyed to William Linvil. Deliverd: Jno. Shank, 21st October, 1778.

Records of Josiah Boone in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Page 401.--17th August, 1771. Francis ( ) McBride and Mary ( ) to Thomas Hood, of Frederick County, £248, 200 acres on Linwill's Creek, Between Josiah Boon and Josiah Davison. part of 1500 acres patented to McCay, Hite & Co., and by them conveyed to William Linvil, and by him to Jos. Bryant, and by him to Jacob Chrisman, Sr., by him to Francis McBride. by him to John Bear, by him to Francis again, 17th August, 1768, corner Josiah Boone's part of same tract. Teste: Abraham Miller, Michael Warren, Daniel Smith. John Thomas. Proved by oaths of some and by affirmation of Abraham Miller. Delivered: John Thomas, 7th August, 1772.
  • Page 372.--17th June, 1776. Richard Rowland and Bridgett ( ) to Conrad Hartingen, part of 190 acres patented to Richard 16th March, 1771, on a branch of Daniel Holeman's Creek. Teste: John Thomas, George ( ) Kersner, Josiah Boone, Daniel Smith, Elizabeth ( ) Miller.