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John Chew to Larkin Chew trying to follow the line
Posted by: Roy Huddleston (ID *****2420) Date: June 29, 2004 at 01:04:57
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1635/6 February 12th Court [Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume III, York County, 1633-1646, [by Beverley Fleet, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, (The Original 34 Volumes Reprinted in 3 Volume) I Genealogical Publishing Co., In. Baltimore 1988), Volume III, York County, No. 1 page 21] A Court at Utimaria 12 Feb. 1735/6. Present Capt John West Esq'r Governour etc., Capt John UTIE, Mr John Chew, Capt Nicholas Martian, Mr. Richard Townsend, Lef't John Cheeseman. (Larkin Chew shows up in the Spotsylvania Deeds books)

Writings Col. John Waller (II), Gentleman The following is a transcription of the will of John Waller II, Col., Gentl. Col. Waller's will was executed on the day of his death, 2 August 1753, and probated 1 Oct. 1754 in Spotsylvania Co., Va. John Waller, Gentl. Wit. John Semple, Thomas Collins, Larkin Chew, Harry Beverley. Ex. wife; sons, John, Thomas, William, and my son Benjamin Waller to be executor in trust. Leg. son John, five hundred acres of land in the Parish of St. John, in the Co. of King William, also 400 acres of land in Spotsylvania Co., surveyed by Nathnniel Claybourn, Surveyor, and patented in my own name Sept. 28, 1730: grandson, Pomfrett Waller; son, Thomas Waller, the land bought of Majr. William Todd, in Spotsylvania Co. adjoining the lands of Zachary Lewis, Majr. Rice Curtis, Mr. Vass, William Bradburn and Mr. Stubblefield; grandson John Waller, son of Thomas Waller; granddaughter Dorothy Quarles, daughter of my son Thomas Waller; son, William Waller, 400 acres patented in my name Feb. 21, 1726, now in Spotsylvania Co., formerly in King William Co. adjoining the lands of Zachary Lewis, and after my wife's death, all that tract of land I bought of Majr. William Todd in Spotsylvania Co., whereon I now live, and obtained a patent for Apr. 25, 1726, also my tract of land I bought of Capt. Philip Todd, in Spotsylvania Co., patented in my own name June 3, 1726, adjoining the land I live on, and Mr. Coleman's and Mr. Shackleford's; grandson, William Waller, son of William Waller; grandson, John Waller, son of William Waller; son, Benjamin Waller; son, Edmund Waller; grandson, John Waller, son of Edmund Waller; grandson, Benjamin, son of Edmund Waller; grandson, William Edmund Waller, son of Edmund Waller; granddaughter, Mary Waller daughter of Edmund Waller; daughter, Mary Waller, now the wife of Zachary Lewis; granddaughter, Betty Lewis; granddaughter, Lucy Lewis; granddaughter, Dorothy Lewis; grandson, Waller Lewis; great-grandson, John Zachary Lewis; grandson, John Lewis, my secretare that I left at Mrs. Margaret Gordon's, in the room I used to lie in when there. Unto all the rest of my grandchildren, except my granddaughter, Mary Meriwether, and except those above mentioned, as I have given young negroes apiece in this my will, twenty shillings, to be paid six months after my decease. Wife, Dorothy. To son, William Waller, and grandson, John Waller, son of Edmund Waller, all the residue of my tract of 1,000 acres of land that I took up in my son John's name Sept. 28, 1728, and by him conveyed to me. Codicil to the foregoing will, dated Aug. 15, 1754, with John Minor and John Sams as witnesses, revokes the clause devising to his son, William Waller, and his grandson, John, son of Edmund Waller, the residue of land patented Sept. 28, 1728, in the name of his son, John, and devises the said land to Leonard James Mourning Waller, son of Edmund Waller. (Page 216) On-line version compiled by Michael Wilson 1998-2004 Michael Wilson 1998-2004 Genealogy Planet . All rights reserved.

Spotsylvania County Records by William Armstrong Crozier Copyright Baltimore Southern Book Deed Book D 1742-1751 Pages 170 & 171 June 25, 1745. John Talburt of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Margaret, his wife, to Jeremiah Stevens of same Par. and county. L12 curr. 36 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., on Cattail Swamp, of Mattapony River (joining Joseph Brock and the Orphans of Joseph Samms, near the Samms plantation), part of a tract granted granted Larkin Chew, by pat., June 4, 1722, and by him conveyed to Amey Sutton, and by sd. Sutton to sd. Talburt. Witnesses, Robt. Huddleston, Matthew Hubbard. Augt. 6, 1745. Will Book B 1749-1759 page 10 Warren, Thomas, Planter, Spotsylvania Co., d. Apr. 13, 1749, p. Dec. 4, 1750. Wit. Robert Huddlestone, Abram Rogers, Barbara Rogers, Ex. wife, Mary and son, Hackley Warren. Leg. son, Hackley Warren, 95 acres of land which I formerly gave to my daughter Rachel Hasken. Daughter, Elizabeth Brook; daughter Mary Buford; daughter Roxanna More; son, Lancelot Warren. To my wife, mary Warren, all the rest of my estate during her life.
Pages 170 & 171
June 25, 1745. John Talburt of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Margaret, his wife, to Jeremiah Stevens of same Par. and county. L12 curr. 36 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., on Cattail Swamp, of Mattapony River (joining Joseph Brock and the Orphans of Joseph Samms, near the Samms plantation), part of a tract granted granted Larkin Chew, by pat., June 4, 1722, and by him conveyed to Amey Sutton, and by sd. Sutton to sd. Talburt. Witnesses, Robt. Huddleston, Matthew Hubbard. Augt. 6, 1745.
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