Person:Samuel McMahon (2)

Samuel McMahon
d.BEF 16 MAY 1754 Augusta County, Virginia
m. ABT 1727
  1. Samuel McMahon1727-1731 - BEF 1754
  2. John McMahon1734 - 1784
  3. Abraham McMahon1736-1742 -
  4. Agnes McMahon1739 - 1814
  5. Julian McMahonBEF 1741 -
  6. Jean McMahonAbt 1742 -
  7. Thomas McMahonAbt 1745 - Aft 1800
Facts and Events
Name Samuel McMahon
Gender Male
Birth? WFT Est 1727-1731 Poss. Chester County, Pennsylvania
Death? BEF 16 MAY 1754 Augusta County, Virginia

Samuel McMahon was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 477.--7th September, 1753. Samuel McMahon to Samuel Henderson, 165 acres on Dry River between Daniel Smith's and Shifman's lands. Teste: Robert McMahon, George Crawford, Henry Rebum.

Estate Records of Samuel McMahon

  • Page 56.--16th May, 1754. Robert McMahon's bond as administrator of Saml. McMahon, with sureties Archibald Hamilton, Thomas Story.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY 16, 1754. - (194) Robert McMahon qualifies Admr. of his son, Saml. McMahon.
  • Page 109.--19th May. 1755. Samuel McMahon's appraisement, by Thos. Stevenson, John Campbell, David Stevenson, and accounts--Paid Saml. McMahon, George Bowman, Jno. Reybourn. To Robert McMahon, Cr. (Sr.??), 21st May. 1755, by appraisement.

Records of Samuel McMahon in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 27.--16th November. 1762. Samuel Henderson and Jean to Charles Smith, £40, two tracts on Dry River, a branch of North River of Shanandoe. 1st tract of 165 acres conveyed to Samuel by Samuel McMahon, 7th September, 1753. 2d tract, containing 117 acres patented to Samuel, 14th February, 1761; cor. Daniel Smith. Teste: Pat. Lockhart, Jno. Henderson, Alexander McDonnall. Delivered: Charles Smith, February, 1765.