Person:Peter Hansbrough (5)

Watchers
Peter Hansbrough
b.BET 1749 AND 1751 Stafford Co., VA
 
m. 26 FEB 1744/45
  1. Margaret Hansbrough
  2. William Hansbrough1747 -
  3. Peter HansbroughBet 1749 & 1751 -
  • HPeter HansbroughBet 1749 & 1751 -
  • WBetty Brown
m. BEF MAR 1785
Facts and Events
Name Peter Hansbrough
Gender Male
Birth[1] BET 1749 AND 1751 Stafford Co., VA
Reference Number? JWH #233
Marriage BEF MAR 1785 to Betty Brown

233. PETER HANSBROUGH: (6 Peter) He is believed to have been born in Stafford sometime between 1749 and 1751. In the division of his father's estate in January 1782, he received the slave, Mary, and was to receive £21 from his step-mother. It is presumed that he married early in 1785, for on the 14th of March of that year, Joseph Brown, of Stafford, "out of the natural love and affection of Peter Hansbrough and Betty, his wife, my daughter," gave them "one negro wench named ‘Suk,'" also one saddle horse, side saddle; two cows, one bed and furniture; one linen wheel; one wooling wheel; one chest, one desk," and lent them "one negro by the name of Bob until their eldest child shall have arrived at the age of 16 years," at which time the said Bob was to be given "to the said eldest child at the age of sixteen." From the Personal Property Tax List of Prince William County, we learn that the family of "Peter Hansberry" consisted of two white males 21 years of age and over, but only one in 1793, 1794, and 1795. The list also shows that he owned 9 horses in 1792, 1793, 1794, and 8 in 1795; and a four-wheeled phaeton (called a "Post Chair") in 1793, 1794, and 1795. No further information is available concerning his son.

References
  1. John W. Hansborough. History and Genealogy of the Hansborough - Hansbrough Family. (Name: Name: 1981, John W. Hansborough;;)
    103-104.

    233. PETER HANSBROUGH: (6 Peter) He is believed to have been born in Stafford sometime between 1749 and 1751. In the division of his father's estate in January 1782, he received the slave, Mary, and w as to receive £21 from his step-mother. It is presumed that he married early in 1785, for on the 14th of March of that year, Joseph Brown, of Stafford, "out of the natural love and affection of Peter Hansbrough and Betty, his wife, my daug hter," gave them "one negro wench named ‘Suk,'" also one saddle horse, side saddle; two cows, one bed and furniture; one linen wheel; one wooling wheel; onechest, one desk," and lent them "one negr o by the name of Bob until their eldest child shall have arrived at the age of 16 years," at which time the said Bob was to be given "to the said eldest child at the age of sixteen." From the Personal Property Tax List of Prince William County, we learn that the family of "Peter Hansberry" consisted of two white males 21 years of age and over, but only one in 1793, 1794, and 1795 . The list also shows that he owned 9 horses in 1792, 1793, 1794, and 8 in 1795; and a four-wheeled phaeton (called a "Post Chair") in 1793, 1794, and 1795. No further information is available concerning his son.