Person:Patrick Martin (5)

Patrick Martin
b.abt. 1716
d.bef. 21 June 1770 Augusta County, Virginia
m. est. 1715
  1. Patrick MartinAbt 1716 - Bef 1770
  2. James MartinAbt 1718 -
  • HPatrick MartinAbt 1716 - Bef 1770
  • WJane UnknownBef 1723 -
m. est. 1740
  1. George MartinAbt 1741 -
  2. Andrew MartinAbt 1743 -
  3. Joseph MartinAbt 1745 - 1770
  4. James MartinAbt 1747 -
  5. Mary MartinAbt 1749 -
Facts and Events
Name Patrick Martin
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1716
Marriage est. 1740 to Jane Unknown
Death? bef. 21 June 1770 Augusta County, Virginia

Patrick Martin was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Parentage of Patrick Martin

Some sources claim that Patrick Martin was a son of Hugh Martin, but records in Augusta County appear to support Patrick as a son of Andrew Martin, who died in Augusta Cuonty in 1749. Patrick was named the Administator of his estate.

Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA


Patrick Martin's land (Beverley Manor NW, 2 Tracts: 1) 321 acres patented in 1740; 2) 140 acres acquired with John Trimble and William McPheeters in 1749 (listed as "James Trimble" on Hildebrand Map)) as shown on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009.

Acquisition of Land in Orange County, VA Records:

  • Pages 92-96. 23-24 July 1740. William Beverley of Essex County, Gent., to Patrick Martin of Augusta County, farmer. Lease and release; for £9.12.7 current money. 321 acres in Beverley Manor in Augusta County... at John Young's corner... island on Back Creek... (signed) W. Beverley. Wit: John Davison, William Christian, D. Bryne. 24 July 1740. Acknowledged by William Beverley, Gent. [Relinquishment of dower as above, Beverley to Page]. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 4, Dorman, pg. 41].

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 648.--Same (From William Beverley) to John Trimble, Patrick Martin and William McFeeters, planters, 140 acres in Beverley Manor. Adam Thompson's line; corner Samuel Templeton; Samuel Downey's line. Teste: Samuel Downey, John and Robert Wilson.

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 363.--28th May, 1761. John Trimble, Pat. Martin and Wm. McPeetters, planters, 140 acres to Samuel Downey, planter, in Beverley Manor,Adam Thomson's line; corner Saml. Tempelton. Teste: James Magill, Jno. Brown, John McPeetters.
  • Page 570.--17th September, 1763. Pat. Martin and Jane to Samuel Cowden and Andrew Greer, £200, 321 acres on Back Creek of Middle River in Beverley Manor, land formerly belonging to Jno. Young, on an island of said creek.
  • Page 203.--22d August, 1765. County of Augusta by Patrick Martin and Felix Gilbert to James Hill, £11, lot 18 in Staunton, joining the lot whereon James Huston now dwells, on southwest, 1/2 acres. Teste: Geo. Wilson and John Stuart. Livery by handful of earth. Delivered: James Hill, July, 1772.

Will of Patrick Martin

  • Page 320.--19th September, 1769. Patrick Martin's will: To wife, Jane: to sons, George and Andrew; to sons, Joseph and James; to daughter, Miry Patterson. Executors, wife, Jane, and George Martin. Teste: George Jameson, James McNutt, Alex. Montgomery. Proved, 21st August, 1770, by Jameson. George Martin qualifies executor, with Joseph Berry, James Buchanan, Alex. McNutt.
  • Page 320.--21st August, 1770. Jane Martin's renunciation of right to administer in favor of George and Andrew Martin. Test: Joh Pettrson, Michael Harra, David Hays, Thomas Berry.
  • Page 375.--28th August, 1770. Patrick Martin's estate appraised by Thomas Berry, Saml. McCutchen, Geo. Jaineson.

Processioning List of 1747/8

"Processioning" was the periodic review and agreement of property lines between settler's lands. Processioning Lists are useful in determining the general area of a settler’s lands and their neighbors at specific time periods:

  • Page 22.-report, viz: 1747-8 - William McFeters and Patrick Martin report, viz: Processioned for James Bell, Maurice Ofrail; Wm. King, Samuel Wallace, Hugh Young, John Trimble, Wm. McFeters, Jacob Lockhart, Thos. Kirkpatrick, James Clerk, John McCery, Nathan Patterson, Capt. John Wilson, Robert Campbell, Andrew Pickens and Wm. Martin, Robert Campbell, David Campbell, James Lockhart, David Cunningham, Alex. Campbell, Patrick Cook, Patrick Martin. These not processioned, viz: Jas. Bell, John Risk, Capt. John Wilson, John McCutcheon.

Records of Patrick Martin in Orange County, VA

  • Pages 154-158. 2-3 July 1742. Benjamin Borden of Orange County, Gent., to James Martin of same, carpenter. Lease and release; for £22.11.3 current money. 752 acres on a branch of James River called Moffets Creek, part of 92,100 acres obtained by way of grant from the Governor and Councell... corner to John Shields' land... crossing the creek in Pattison's Meadow... (signed) Benja. Borden. Wit: Nathan Loosk, John Shield, Patt. Martin. 26 Aug. 1742. Acknowledged by Benja. Borden, Gent. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 8, Dorman, pg. 74]. (Note: Patrick Martin's witnessing of this deed may indicate that James Martin could be a possible sibling. More research necessary to prove this relationship).

Records of Patrick Martin in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - FEBRUARY 19, 1745/6. - (18) Claim Patrick Martin--taking up a slave, property of Dr. Hopkins.
  • Vol. 1 - August 20, 1746 - (73) John Brown to be overseer of same road from King's to C. H. with following tithables: Hugh Spears, John McKenney, Thomas Peary, John Bartley, Patrick Martin, James Phillips, James Bell, George Vance, James Montgomery, Thomas Kill Patrick, John Spears, Saml. Wallace, Wm. McClintock, John Davis.
  • Page 46.--17th June. 1747. James Young (I) qualifies administrator of John Young, with sureties Partt Martin, Robert Young.
  • Page 4.--3rd September, 1747: Processioners appointed, viz: ...joining the North Mountain to the Upper line of Beverley Manor; John Mitchell and James Fulton, from Upper line of Beverley Manor opposite to Robert Ramsey's as low as the Sugar Loaf, thence on a line to William Long's; Wm. McFeeters and Patrick Martin, from upper line of Beverley Manor, near Robert Campbell's, to the Buffalow Gap, from thence to William Ledgerwood's by the Sugar Loaf; Robert Christian and James Caldwell, from William Ledgerwood's in a line as low as John Madison's, thence to Samuel Davis's, near the South Mountain; John Linn and Robert Young, from Buffalow Gap as low as John Madison's, from thence as high as Ledgerwood's; James Hogshead and John Moffett, from Buffalow Gap to Walter Trimble's...,
  • Page 118.--14th September, 1748. Nathan Lusk's will--Wife, Elizabeth; son, John; daughter, Agness, wife to Mathew Young; son, James Lusk. Executor, son James. Teste: Pat. Martin, Patrick Cook, Martha Martin. Proved, 16th February, 1748, by Patrick and Martha Martin.
  • Page 123.--12th December, 1748. Patrick Cook's will--Wife, Jane; daughter, Mary (infant); son, John (infant). If children die in infancy, care to be taken to find the nearest blood relations, and, in their default, then the estate to be given in care to the Presbytery of New Castle to be laid out in pious uses and to support the gospel here. Executors, James Lockhart and Patrick Martin. Teste: John Risk, Pat Martin. Proved, 17th February, 1748, by both witnesses.
  • Page 141.--15th February, 1748-9. John Wilson, Gent, to Mathew Wilson. Delivered: Capt. Wilson, February, 1752. Beverley Manor. Corner widow Cooks, widow of Patrick Cook, part of Beverley Manor. Teste: Pat. Martin, Robt. Wilson, Francis Beaty.
  • Page 124.-- 17th February, 1748. Pat Martin qualifies as above.
  • Vol. 1 - 1749: John Trotter's petition vs. Capt. Daniel McAnaire, 4th Tuesday in February, 1749-50. Certificate that John is a very poor man, but had lived honest some years in our neighborhood for what we know. Patrick Martin, John Trimble, Jacob Lockhart, Andrew Pickens, Alexander Crawford.
  • Page 547.--28th February, 1749. Same (From William Beverley) to Hugh Young, farmer, 200 acres in Beverley Manor, joining his former survey. Pat Martin's line. Corner Pickin's old place; William McClintock's line. Teste: John Brown.
  • Page 625.--28th February, 1749. William Beverley to David Cunningham, 226 acres in Beverley Manor. Land formerly belonging to John McCutchin but is since divided between him and his sons. James McCutchan's. line (son of John); corner Patrick Cunningham; Alexander Campbell's line; David Campbell's line. Teste: Patrick Martin, John Trimble.
  • Page 645.--28th February, 1749. Same (From William Beverley) to James Young, planter, 436 acres in Beverley Manor on Back Creek. Corner Robert Young; McFeeter's line; corner Andrew Pickens; corner Robert Campbell; corner Patrick Martin. Teste: John Wilson, John Gay.
  • Page 662.--28th February, 1749. Same (From William Beverley)' to William Dunlap, 100 acres on Middle River in Beverley Manor. Corner Robert Kenney; James Henderson's corner. Teste: John McClure, Patrick Martin.
  • Page 209.--30th November, 1749. Patrick Martin's bond as administrator of Andrew Martin. (Note: relationship to Andrew Martin unknown, needs research).
  • Page 19.--2d November, 1750. Andrew Pickins to John McPheeters, 400 acres in Beverley Manor; corner Rob. Campbell. Delivered: Wm. McPheeters, 1752. Signed, Anne Pickings. Teste: Pat Martin, Robt. Wilson.
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 11, 1751--AUGUST 27, 1751. - (176) This book begins August 1749, but there are no orders but those of suits and actions until August 27, 1751, when a new Court was organized under a commission from the Hon. Lewis Burwell, President of Virginia, dated 11th June, 1751, directed to James Patton, Peter Scholl,* Robert Cunningham, Wm. Jameson, David Stuart,* John Lynn,* Erwin Patterson,* Thos. English, Benj. Borden,* Joseph Kenady, John Denton, Wm. Christian, Robert Breckinridge, John Lewis,* Silas Hart, Andw. Lewis,* James Rutledge, Alexr. Wright, Ro. McClenahan,* Robert Campbell, John Wilson, Richd. Burton, Patr. Martin, James Lockhart, John Mills, Ro. Ramsey, Richd. Woods, John Anderson, John Ruddle, Thos. Stuart, John Lyle, John Buchanan, Thomas Lewis, Archd. Alexander, John Mathews, Adam Dickenson, Mathias Seltzer, Wm. Harbeson. (Those marked (*) qualified.)
  • Page 244.--27th December, 1751. John Cathey and Jaen, lately come from Ireland, now in the County of Augusta, intending to travel and settle in Carolina, to Samuel Wallace, 300 acres. In Beverley Manor, on Cathey's Creek, a middle branch of Shanando, part of 466 acres sold by Beverley to Wm. Cathey, 28th September, 1738, and by death of William (died intestate) descended to John, his oldest brother; corner John Trimble (formerly Wm. King); Hugh Young's and John Jamison's lines; Beverley Manor line; corner Morris O'Friel. Teste: Alexander Blear, Patrick Martin. Wm. McPhetters, James Scott, Morris O'Friel, James Berry.
  • Page 427.--17th June, 1752. Martha Mahan's bond as administratrix of Patrick McClure, with sureties Patrick Martin, Wm. McFeeters.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 20, 1752. - (316) Patrick Martin and Alexr. Richey to be overseers of road from Young's Mill to Alexr. Richey's smith shop, thence to Buchanan's mills, with these hands: Adam Thompson, Geo. Peary, Ro. Young, James Peary, John Campbell, John Buchanan, James Moody, Andrew Cowan, James Callison, John Jameson, Walter Smiley, James McCorkle, Ro. McCorkle, Nathan Gilliland, Wm. McNabb.
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 20, 1752. - (391) Patrick Martin qualified Capn. of a Troop of Horse.
  • NOVEMBER 21, 1752. - (410) Maurice O'Frield, John Trimble, Wm. McFeeters, Wm. Martain, James Young, Jacob Lockart, James Vance, Patrick Martin, Wm. McClintock, Rob. Young, Thos. Piery, John Campbell, James Peary, Robert Davis, James Philips, John Spear, John McMurry, Alexr. McMurry, David Stuard, Hugh Young, John Jameson, Rob. McClellon and John Brown--to work the road under Saml. Wallace from top of North Mountain to this Co. Ho.
  • Vol. 1 - 1753-1754, Pt. 1. - Petitioners ask that the following be assigned to work the road from

James Young's mill to John Buchanan's mill: John Buchanan, James Clark's tithables, Jacob Lockhart's tithables, Thomas Kirkpatrick's tithables, John Bertly, George Bertly, William Martin, Josias Richards, William McFetters' tithables, John Jameson, James Young, Hugh Young, Robert Young's tithables, William McClintog, William Ledgerwood, John Trimble, Moses A'Friel's tithables, Samuel Wallis, Robert Davis, Robert McClenan's tithables, James Moody's tithables, James Philips, William Eckrey, Corneles Donahow, Alexander Ritchey, to be overseer; Adam Thomson, to be overseer; George Peevy, Adam Thomson's tithables, Thomas Peevy, William McNabe, Robert Scoat, Thomas Reed, Abraham Masha, Francis Dune, Mager Scoat, John Bingham's tithables, John Black's tithables, Samuel Downey, Alexander McFetters, Andrew Cowen, James McCorkell, John Vance, James Gilmor, Alexander Ritchie's tithables, Patrick Martin's tithables.

  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 21, 1753. - (414) John Buchanan, James Clark, Jacob Lockhart, Thomas Kirkpatrick, John Berry, John Bartley, Wm. Martin, Josias Richards, William McFeeters, John Jameson, James Young, Hugh Young, Robert Young, William McClintock, Wm. Ledgerwood, John Trimble, Maurice O'Frield, Samuel Wallace, Robert Davis, Robert McClenon, James Moody, James Philips, Wm. Akry, Cornelius Donaho, George Peary, Adam Thompson, Thomas Peary, John Campbell, James Peary, Wm. McNab, Robert Scot, Thomas Reed, Abraham Masha, Thomas Dunn, Francis Dunn, Major Scot, John Bigham, John Black, Samuel Downing, Alexr. McFeeters, Andrew Cowan, James McCorkle, John Vance, James Gilmore and Patrick Martin--to keep road formerly laid off from James Young's Mill to said Buchanan's Mill.
  • Vol. 1 - 1755-6-7. - Inquest, 22d January, 1757, on John McCutchan, before Patrick Martin, acting coroner. Was accidentally killed by a tree falling on him. James Clark, Jr., William Clark, William Fulton, James Risk, Mathew Willson, Patrick Martin, Samuel McCutchan, James McCutchan, John Peny (?), John Risk, William Berry, James Trotter, Robert Campbell, George Berry, John Clark, James Clark (Sen.?), James McCleery, Hugh Fulton.
  • Page 495.--7th March, 1755. Hugh (his mark) Young, plantationer, to John Young, son of Hugh. Consideration, paternal love, 250 acres in Beverley Manor, part of land on which Hugh now lives on Back Creek; corner to Robt. Young on Back Creek; corner both of Hugh's old surveys; Wm. McClintock's line; corner Capt. Patrick Mortin's line. Teste: John and Samuel Young. Livery of seisin before Hugh (his mark) Young. Delivered: Hugh Young, May, 1759. Livery of seisin signed by Robt. Young.
  • Page 114.--20th August, 1755. John Buchanan's bond as administrator of Saml. Stalnaker, with sureties Israel Christian, Pat. Martin.
  • Page 161.-27th November, 1755: Vestry met. Processioners designated as follows, viz (to report before 1st March next): -William Lockbridge and Saml. Huston, in Captain John Moore's Company. John Risk and John Shields, in Captain James Lockhart's Company. Samuel Doak and John Tate, in Captain James Mitchell's Company. James Phillips and William Martin, in Captain Patrick Martin's Company.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY 21, 1756. - (125) Catherine Finn--servant of Patrick Martin.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 19, 1757. - (1) Court--Patrick Martin, Richard Woods, Robert Breckinridge, Patrick Martin, John Bowyer, Daniel Smith, James Buchanan, John Archer.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1758. - Valentine Guile vs. Patrick Martin.--Patrick Martin, debtor, to fifteen days' services ranging under your command of my sons, Gabriel, Jacob, and George Guile, at 1/ per day each. (Signed) Valentine Guile.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 20, 1758. - (141) From the recommendation of Ro. McClenachan and David Stuart to be added to Justices, Wm. Preston and Patrick Martin dissented, because they had been turned out of the Commission.
  • Page 284.--16th November, 1758. Israel Christian's bond (with John Trimble, Pat. Martin) as administrator of Joseph Bell.
  • Page 258.--__ day _____, 1760. John Henderson to Mathew Harper, £40, 200 acres, part of 1,415 formerly surveyed for Wm. Henderson, on Christian's Creek, Thomas Rutledge's land, Black's Branch. Teste: Pat. Martin, Wm. Henderson, David Bell. Delivered: Wm. Shannon, December, 1764.
  • Page 276.--27th January, 1760. Michael ( ) Harper and Isabel ( ) to Wm. Shannon, £35, 224 acres conveyed to Michael by Jno. Justice, 16th May, 3754, in Newfoundland Creek; corner Jno. Botkin; corner land in possession of Carlile. Teste: Wm. Stewart, Patt Martin, Jno. Jameson. Delivered: Wm. Shannon, December, 1764.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST, 1760. - Patrick Martin vs. John Smith and Margaret.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1762-- December 13, Pat. Martin, Gent. (Note: bride's name not listed in record).
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 21, 1763. - (113) New Commission--John Chiswell, John Buchanan, John Wilson, Silas Hart, Andrew Lewis, James Lockhart, Richard Woods, Robert Breckinridge, Patrick Martin, Wm. Preston, Alexr. Sayers, John Bowyer, John Dickenson, John Christian, Francis Tyler, Daniel Smith, John Archer, James Buchanan, Archd. Alexander, Israel Christian, Mathew Patton, John Maxwell, John Poage, James Lockridge, Felix Gilbert, Abraham Smith, James Trimble, Charles Lewis, Samuel McDowell, George Moffett, Benj. Hawkins, Francis Kirtley, Andrew Bird--dated 16 April, 1763.
  • Page 650.--20th June, 1764. Mathew ( ) Edmiston and Margret to Samuel Patterson, £55, 238 acres in Borden's tract, and conveyed to Mathew, 28th May, 1751; corner tract surveyed for William Smith; corner Wm. Cowden's land. Teste: Pat. Martin, James McCleerey, Jno. Mophet.
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER, 1764 (B). - Dean vs. Martin.--19th January, 1764. Note by Joseph Martin, Pat Martin (Test. Andrew Martin), to Adam Dean. (Note: relationship to Joseph and Andrew Martin needs to be explored).
  • Page 397.--14th May, 1765. Received of Samuel McCutchen the full balance of a bond £8 bearing date February, 1763, which he sayeth is lost. William Martin. Teste: Pat. Martin, Wm. McCutchen.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 22, 1765. - (455) Pat. Martin appointed to make deeds to purchasers of County lots, vice Israel Christian, he having removed to a great distance.
  • Page 71.--13th June, 1766. Samuel Cowden, of Staunton, to David Stewart. Consideration, David's going Samuel's security on several occasions. Tract which Samuel and Andrew Greer bought of Patrick Martin, 321 acres. Mortgage. Teste: Wm. Crow, John Stewart.
  • Page 84.--23d August, 1766. Andrew Greer and Ruth to David Stuart, £100, one moiety of 321 acres on Back Creek originally surveyed for Alexander Walker and sold by him to Patrick Martin, and by Martin to Andrew Greer and Samuel Cowden, the same tract whereon Patrick lately lived, joining John Moffet and Samuel Young, the other moiety being lately mortgaged by Samuel Cowden to David Stuart.
  • Page 509.--23d August, 1767. David Stewart's will--To wife Margaret,and to her oldest daughter, Mary Pall, 1 tract lying over James River, 100 acres; to son, John; to daughter, Sebing (?), 219-1/2 acres purchased from Andw. Johnston; to daughter, Elizabeth, tract on Round Oak and part of a lot in Staunton (no buildings on it) between Saml. Cowdon and me, and the lot that Jno. Stuart now lives on to be sold; to son, John, plantation testator lives on with 2 negros, goot from Greor formerly Patrick Martins. Executors, George Mathis and Wm. Lewis. Teste: Joseph Ray. Proved, 19th March, 1767, wholly in testator's handwriting. Executors refuse. Administration granted George Mathews and Andw. Lewis, who qualify with Sampson Mathews, Robert Breckinridge.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 24, 1767. - (330) Andrew Lewis, Patrick Martin, John Dickenson, recommended for Sheriff.
  • Page 450.--__ March, 1768. John Brown and Margaret to John Trimble, John Finley, William McFetters, Jr., George Berry and Hugh Young, representatives or commissioners appointed by the congregation of the meeting house lately called by the name of Brown's by the approbation and under the conduct or the incumbency of the Rev. Charles Cummins, £1.5, 2 acres and a stone meeting house by a branch of the Meadow Run, a branch of Middle River of Shanandore, stone in the Glebe Road. Teste: James Brown, James Crow, Pat. Martin. Delivered: Wm. Moffett, 11th September, 1807.
  • Vol. 1 - SEPTEMBER 20, 1768. - (467) Last August, Court having recommended Patrick Martin, John Christian and John Dickinson to appointment as Sheriff, Martin withdraws, and at his request and with consent of Christian, John Bowyer's name is placed in his stead.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 18, 1768. - (336) Patrick Martin, two tithables and 752 acres -- added to tithables.
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 21, 1770. - (108) Patrick Martin vs Joseph Martin.--Abates by plaintiff's death. (Note: relationship to Joseph Martin unknown, needs research, Patrick had died before this date).
  • Page 155.--15th November, 1768. James McDowell's bond (with Pat. Martin) as administrator of Wm. Wilson.
  • Page 402.--6th May, 1769. Col. Andrew Lewis and George Matthews, executors of David Stewart, to Samuel Cowdon, one moiety of 321 acres conveyed by Patrick Martin and Jane, 17th September, 1763, to Samuel Cowdan and Andrew Greier, this moiety of 160-1/2 acres conveyed to David by Andrew Greer and Ruth, 23d August, 1766, on Back Creek. Teste: Sampson Mathews, John Cawley, Pat. Lockhart, Mathew Read. Walter Cnnningham.
  • Page 406.--1st June, 1769. Samuel Cowdon and Martha ( ) to John McPheeters, £250, 321 acres on Back Creek of Middle River in Beverley Manor, conveyed to Samuel Cowdon and Andrew Greyor by Patrick Martin and Jane, 17th September, 1763, corner land formerly John Young's on an island of said Creek. Delivered: John McFeeters, 5th January, 1773.
  • Page 244.- (12th June, 1789)-List of book debts due Thomas Stuart-- John Sinters (Suinters) (Patrick Martin's son).

Records of Patrick Martin's Company in 1756

  • Vol. 1 - Bohannon vs. Martin.--Copy of Proceedings. Writ, dated 21st December, in 31st year of reign. By John Buchanan, gent., vs. Patrick Martain.-- Account of what militia was under command of Capt. Patrick Martain since the 2d of May:
When Days When
Name. Entered. on duty. Discharged. Pay per die
Capt. Patrick Martain Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 10/
Adam Thompson Aug. 4th 28 1 Sept. 1/
Samuel Black Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
David Stuart, Serg. Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/4
John Perrie Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
Patrick English Aug. 4th 34 7 Sept. 1/
John Vance Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
William Hodge Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
Charles Erwin Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
Edward Hinds Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
John Trimble Aug. 4th 12 16 Aug. 1/
John Beard Aug. 16th 24 9 Sept. 1/
Gabriel Guile Aug. 23rd 15 7 Sept. 1/
Archibald Gilkeson Aug. 16th 24 9 Sept. 1/
Jacob Guile Aug. 23rd 15 7 Sept. 1/
George Guile Aug. 23rd 15 7 Sept. 1/
John Jameson Aug. 26th 8 3 Sept. 1/
William Martain Aug. 26th 8 3 Sept. 1/
Sworn to 16th December, 1756, by Capt. Pat. Martin.
Receipt, 16th December, 1756, by Capt. Pat. Martin for above.
  • Vol. 1 - The Country, debtor to provisions expended per Capt. Patrick Martin and company, when on duty in his Majesty's service:
To 300 lbs. flour from Samuel Black at 10/ per 100, £1, 10, 0;
to 16 lbs. butter from Michael Harper at 4d., 2/;
to 1/4 lb. salt from George Capler, 3/;
to 1 cow from Valentine Guile, £1, 1, 6;
to 1/4 lb. salt from George Capler, 3/;
to 42 lbs. mutton from Val. Guile, 5/3;
to 183 lbs. flour from Michael Brock, 18/3-3/4;
to 277 lbs. beef from Val. Guile at 10/ per 100, £1, 7, 8;
to wild meat from John Vance, 2/6;
to carcas venison from John Garden, 1/6;
to 35 lbs. flour from Val. Guile, 3/6;
to 4 bushels potatoes from Val. Guile, 4/6;
to two horses, with driver, four days, at 4/6 per day, 18 shillings;
to one horse at mill, 1/6; to same, 1/6; to four lbs. butter, 1/10-1/2;
to impressed from John Givens 32 head (lead), £1;
to provisions from William Hoger, 7/0.
October 22, 1756. Sworn to 16th December, 1756, by Capt. Pat. Martin.
Receipt, 16th December, 1756, by Capt. Pat. Martin.
Declaration in asst. against Pat. Martin for above amounts.. A copy.
(Signed) John Madison.