Person:Philip Love (1)

Ensign Philip Love
b.1740 Virginia
d.bef. January 1793 Botetourt County, Virginia
  • HEnsign Philip Love1740 - bef 1793
  • WJane Neelyest 1746 -
m. est. 1764
Facts and Events
Name Ensign Philip Love
Gender Male
Birth? 1740 Virginia
Marriage est. 1764 to Jane Neely
Military? 10 October 1774 Served in Battle of Point PleasantBattle of Point Pleasant
Death? bef. January 1793 Botetourt County, Virginia

Philip Love was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Land Acquisitions in Virginia

From Kegley's Virginia Frontier, pg. 572:

  • 1776 - Jane Love, wife of Philip Love - 200 acres on Roanoke, from James Neely.

Estate Records of Philip Love

  • Love, Philip, dec. - Inventory Returned January 1793. [Source: Early Marriages, Wills and some Revolutionary War Records, Botetourt County, Virginia, Compiled by Anne Lowry Worrell, pg. 59].

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER, 1766 (A). - Henry Heth vs. Philip Love.--1761. "To your club in mess an ye campaign" with Col. Andrew Lewis, Capt. Fleming et als., settled by the two former.
  • Vol. 2 - LIST OF DELINQUENTS, 1767--Col. Preston's list: Geo. Alexander, Jno. Bradley, Henry Carter, runaway; Joseph Barker, runaway; James Crawford, Peter Cutright, runaway; Walter Carrick, runaway; Jno. Clark, Sam'l Cowan, Henry Dooley, Jno. Ager, Jas. Gilliland, runaway; Thos. Howell, runaway; Wm. Herbison, Jr., wrong named; Jno. Kirkland, Wm. Longly, Jno. Lowry, Jno. and Thos. Martin, Abraham Moon, Jno. Potts, Wm. Robinson, Benj. Robottom, runaway; Thos. Scott, Wm. Terry, Jas. Wattson, James Alexander, Elias Barker, runaway; Thos. and Wm. Brown, James Clark, John Cantly, Daniel Campbell, James Cowan, runaway; Alex. Covit, Wm. Devin, runaway; John Dunn, Alex. Forbus, runaway; Joseph Glading, Wm. Hungate, no inhabitant; Geo. Inglebird, Lemuel Sanders, Thomas Lewis, Philip Love, David Magee, Jno. Neilly, doctor; Drury Puckett, Rich'd Reed, Nicholas Smith, runaway; Jno. Taylor, Edw'd Wilson.
  • Vol. 1 - PETITIONS TO MAY COURT, 1767. - Heth vs. Love.--1761. Debtor, Mr. Philip Love to Henry Heth: To your club in the mess on ye campaign with Col. Andrew Lewis, Capt. Fleming and others, as settled by the two former, £3, 11, 3.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 18, 1767. - (477) On petition of Frederick Stern, Isaac Job, Thomas Grayson, John Bell, Henry Skaggs, Joseph Hix, John Draper, George Baker, Joseph Hord, Levy Smith, Erasmus Noble, Saml. Peffer, James Coudon, Edmund Vansell, Humphrey Baker, Anthony Bledsoe, James Newell and Alexr. Page, viewers appointed for a road from Vanse's, by Ingles's Ferry, to Peak Creek, on north side New River, viz: James Neeley, Philip Love, Wm. Christian, Wm. Bryans.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 19, 1767. - (482) Samuel Woods, Thomas Goodson, John Richards, Wm. Ward, Hugh Crockett, Jacob Kent, Robert Crockett, Philip Love and Joseph Crockett petition for a road from Vanse's to Saml. Woods's.--Viewers appointed.
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER, 1767 (E). - Woodrow vs. McClenachan.--I, Alexander McClenachan, Ensign in the Virginia Regiment. Bond, 4th July, 1761. Account running June, July, August, September, November, 1759. Credits made by Lieutenant Mordecai Buckner, Ensign Philip Love.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY 19, 1768. - (143) James Robinson, Hugh Crockett and Philip Love -- to view a road from James Montgomery's to the Old County Line leading from Catawbo to New River.
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER, 1768 (A). - Kent vs. Love.--Jacob Kent vs. Philip Love.--Hugh Crocket deposes, 3d November, 1768, before William Preston: That before Mr. Love settled at Vanse's the plaintiff agreed with the deponent to winter a number of hogs for him; that the fences on said plantation were in very bad order and not lawful, but that the hogs went there before Mr. Love settled on it; that deponent frequently found Daniel McCoy, a servant man belonging to deponent, hunting said hogs; then a gang of hogs came from there to deponent's father's.
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 22, 1769. - (222) Following recommended for appointment as Justices. Matthew Harrison, William Ingles, William Christian, George Mathews, John McClenachan, James Robertson, Stephen Trigg, William Horbert, Philip Love, Anthony Bledsoe, John Bowman, John Thomas, Roberl Doage and John Montgomery. The following to be left off and reasons given to the Governor by the Clerk: John Chizwell, John Wilson, John Archer, Alexr. Boyd, David Robinson, Benj. Estill, John Maxwell, Charles Lewis. Andrew Bird, Richard Woods.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 16, 1769. - (324) Following recommended as Justices, viz: Mat. Harrison, Wm. Ingles, Wm. Christian, George Mathews, John McClenachan, James Robertson, Stephen Trigg, Wm. Herbert, Philip Love, Anthony Bledsoe, John Bowman, John Thomas, Robert Doage, John Montgomery, Alexr. Thompson, James Craig, Waiter Crockett, Andrew Lockridge, Walter Cunningham and James McGavock. The following to be left off, reasons to be given by the Clerk and former order discharged, viz: John Chiswell, John Buchanan, John Wilson, John Archer, John Maxwell, Charles Lewis, Alexr. Boyd.
  • Page 506.--12th January, . Joseph Crockett's will, farmer--Executors, sons Walter and Joseph; wife, Jean, one-third of land he lives on on South Fork of Roanoke joining Mr. Matteson's line; son, Hugh; son, Walter; son, Joseph; son, Samuel, survey on Cedar Run above Willey's plantation; son, Robert, tract on head of Peak Creek, and a tract on head of Camp Run above Saml. Mountgomery's; to Walter and Joseph and Robert, tract on head of South Fork of Holston River; to daughter, Martha; daughter, Elizabeth; daughter, Agness; daughter, Mary. Teste: Phil Love, James Bryan, Joseph Colven. Proved, 17th March, 1767, by Love and Bryan. Walter Crockett qualifies (Joseph refuses), with Wm. Christian. David Looney, Thos. Barnes.

Information on Philip Love

Philip Love is likely related to Joseph Love, who was killed by Indians near the Roanoke River in Augusta county in 1758. More research/sources necessary.