Orange Co. Records:
Pages 290-92. 24-25 April 1738. Robt. Bickers of Orange County to Jeremiah Deair of St. Mark’s Parish, Orange County. Lease and release; for 20 pounds current money. 200 acres on the west side of Beaverdam Run…by the mouth of a branch… part of a tract of 500 acres. Robert Bickers
Wit: William Wood, Sarah (x) Dollins.
27 April 1738. Acknowledged by Robert Bickers.
Pages 2884-87. 20-21 April 1738. John Bryant of Hanover County [VA] to Robert Bickers of St. Mark’s Parish, Orange County[VA]. Lease and release: for 20 pounds sterling. 500 acres taken up in copartnership between Joseph Hawkins and Robert Bickers and by the said Bryant lapsed from the said Joseph Hawkins and Robert Bickers and adjoining to the lands of Samuel Smith and Natheniel Clayborne… on both sides of a branch of Pormunkey River called the Beaver Dam Run…
Presley Dollings (Dollins) witnessed a deed record in 1744 in Orange County. 1750 Court record, Orange County, VA, Book 5, page 258 mentions Presley Dollings (Dollins) vs Stephen Hughes. Presley purchased land in 1768 (Deed Book 5, page 56). [This Presley, is John’s son]
Presley and Elizabeth Dollins sold land 12 Feb 1776 (Albemarle Deed Book 7, page 31).
Presley Dollings of Orange Co. March 1777 grantor of Isbell, 145 acres
28 Jan 1779 Orange County, VA Court Records Book 3, page 2. Presley Dollins is deceased and an appraisal of his estate was made on that date.
Albemarle Co., VA
1787 Albemarle County, VA, Will Book 3, page 25. Will of John Dollins. Witnessed by Presley Dollins. Estate left to wife Elizabeth and 6 children, not named.
Presley Dollings 1788…Isbell to Wells bounded by Presley Dollings.
In the 1790 Census of Virginia there were five DOLLINS living in Albemarle and Orange Counties: John, John, Presley, Richard, and William.
13 June 1793 Albemarle County, VA, Court Records mention John and David Dollins to be "bound out" to Benjamin Robinson.
Orange Co. Deed Book 1795-1800
1800 Albemarle County Tax List:
Land Office Patents and Grants show a Jeremiah Dollins in Albemarle Co. in 1825 and 1842, and Hugh A. Dollins in 1847 and 1857.
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