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Patrick Muckleroy
Posted by: Betty Stokes (ID *****6791) Date: June 27, 2010 at 10:43:34
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There has been some discussion regarding whether Patrick Muckleroy [spelled Muckleroy]was the father of John who married Frances. This is the only Patrick Mackelroy or any other spelling that I have seen in all the years that I have researched the family. My opinion is that he is not John's father, but of course a lot of things are possible although I have never seen a clue much less any proof. I'd love to hear if any others have more information.

Name:       Patrick MUCKLEROY       
Sex:       Male       
Individual Facts              
Court Order       26 Jan 1690/1       Patrick Muckleroy had lands in dispute with Wm. Moxley, Surveyor; Westmoreland Co., Va.
Court Order       28 Jan 1690/1       had suit filed against him and wife by Daniel Ockanney regarding Youell Estate which was dismissed; Westmoreland Co., Va.
Court Order       28 Jan 1690/1       Jno. Minor vs. Patrick Muckleroy - No Declaration Filed - Dismissed; Westmoreland Co., Va.
Court Order       28 Jan 1690/1       James Certaine vs. Patrick Muckleroy - Trespass. No declaration filed; Westmoreland Co., Va.
Appointed       29 Jan 1690/1       to a Jury
Court Order       25 Feb 1690/1       Jury returned verdict land belonged to Moxley patent & Muckleroy was the trespasser.; Westmoreland Co., Va.
Court Order       25 Feb 1690/1       judgement granted various individuals against Muckleroy for costs in regard to Moxley land dispute; Westmoreland Co., Va.
1. Elizabeth HAWKINS ( -1718)              
Marriage       bef 1691       
Children       Dinah MUCKLEROY ( - )       

Notes: Patrick MUCKLEROY

Court Order (26 January 1690/1): The date is written as of the time.
General: This document was retyped by David V. Muckleroy from the Tennessee Gen. Society book and Betty Stokes retyped it to a computer file. She tried to be faithful to the copy provided. It is suggested that the original document be consulted because errors can occur.

WESTMORELAND CO., VA - ORDER BOOK - 1690 - 1698 (Tennessee Gen. Society book)
Part I, 1690-1 - 1692, Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman in 1962, Washington, D.C., 2311 Connecticut Ave., N.W.

       County formed 1653: was the 2nd county (after its parent Northumberland) to be created in the Northern Neck of Virginia. Many of the early records are now missing, and some of those which remain are transcripts made in 1801 and 1802 which omit numerous items and contain errors.
       The ORDER BOOK is an original volume.
       Covering approximately the same period as this Order Book is DEEDS & WILLS, Nov. 2, 1691-1699, a transcript of 1801 which actually contains but 25 pages of records in 1691 and none thereafter until 1695. Thus the great majority of wills and deeds mentioned in these court orders are no longer reserved and it is in these orders alone that reference to them can be found.
       While the listing of each suit brought before the court undoubtedly makes for repetition of information about the more important residents of the county, it also makes certain that those who had not acquired large landed estates and the social position which such holdings help to establish are not overlooked. The compiler's own Westmoreland county ancestors, belonging to the smaller farmer class appear rarely in the court records and each reference to them is therefore the more valuable.
       During the period of this volume James WESTCOMB was Clerk of the Court and signed the proceedings.

       (Page 1 of the original records): At a court held 28 jan. 1690 (1691)
Present: Coll. Wm. PEIRCE, Mr. Wm. BRIDGES, Mr. Wm. HORTON, Mr. Edwd. FRANKLIN, Mr. Henry ROSSE, Justices.
       This court being informed that the books for records and law books sent by the Honorable Nichol. SPENSER, esqr., by request of this Court for the countie's service were come in and remained at Madm. SPENSER, 's doe request Coll. Wm. Peirce and Mr. Henry Ross to discourse Madm. SPENSER, about the said books and agree with her for the same as reasonably as they can.

       The order of Dec. Court last touching the survey of lands in dispute between Wm. MOXLEY and PATRICK MUCKLEROY not being comply'd with, for that Mr. Wm. MOXLEY one of the surveyors in the said order appointed being prevented by sickness, is again continued. The survey be made on 23 Feb. next.

       Page 2 - 28 Jan. 1690/91: Daniel OCKANNEY caused PATRICK MUCKLEROY and ELIZABETH his wife late widow and administratrix of RICHD. YOUEL to bee summoned to show cause why execution shoudl not issue for 1500 pounds of tobacco.
       Daniel OCKANNEY caused PATRICK MUCKLEROY and Eliza, his wife to be summoned and declared that at a court 31 Oct 1788 he obtained against Elizabeth, then Elizabeth YOUEL, relick and admtrx. Of Richd. YOUEL, for 1350 pounds of tobacco due by bill. PATRICK MUCKLEROY had since intermarried with Elizabeth and both deny and refuse to pay the same. The defendants by Gerrard Lother their attorney plead they have fully administered. The Court doe therefore dismiss the suit. The Plaintiff by Robt. Brent his attorney appeared to the next General Court.

       Page 4 - 28 Jan. 1690/91: Jno. MINOR vs. PATR. MUCKLEROY. No declaration filed. Dismst.
       James CERTAINE vs. PATR.MUCKLEROY. Trespass. No declaration filed. Dismst.
       Page 6 - 29 Jan. 1690/91: JURY DUTY: Jno. NEWTON, Standley GOWER, Jno. MOON, Thomas CRANE, Thomas MARSON, Lewis MARKAM, Richd. DUDLEY, Wm. Mosley, PATRICK MUCKLEROY, John JORDAN, Robt. KING and Andrew READ.

       Page 8 - 29 Jan. 1690/91: Mrs. Eliza LORD arrested for shooting a horse of Francis JAMES. PATRICK MUCKLEROY on the Jury.
       Page 9 - 29 Jan. 1690/91: PATRICK MUCKLEROY by his petition setting forth that he had fully administered the estate of Richd. YOUEL whose administratrix he had married, produced an account of the estate and prayed to be discharged. The court doe grant him a Queitus. Adjourned til nine a clock tomorrow.

       Page 11a - 25 Feb 1690/91: The difference long tyme depending in this between William MOXLEY and PATRICK MUCKLEROY concerning a certain parcel of land lyeing in the forrest of Nominy in this county, being part of a divident of land containing 1050 acres granted by pattent to John WHESTON, Tho. DYOSA and Patrick SPENCE and by DYOSS sold to Jno QUIGLEY and QUIGLEY to the Plaintiff, being put to a survey in the presence of an able jury of the neighborhood, the jury returned their verdict that the land included by the north east line is the land belonging to MOXLEY's patent and that MUCKLEROY is a trespasser on the land.

       Page 12a - 25 Feb 1690/91: Judgment is granted Mr. Wm. MOSELEY against PATR. MUCKELROY for 1460 pounds of tobacco due from fees for seven surveys of the land late in dispute between Wm. MOXLEY and MUCKLEROY.
       Judgment is granted Mr. Robt. BRENT against PATRICK MUCKLEROY for 1460 pounds of tobacco for fees for several surveys (as above)
       Judgment is granted Mr. Benjamin BRANCHFLOWER against PATRICK MUCKLEROY for 1200 pounds of tobacco due for Sheriff's fees in the dispute between Wm. MOXLEY and the said MUCKLEROY.
       Judgment is granted Wm. GOAD against PATRICK MUCKLEROY for 400 pounds of tobacco
for his attendance as evidence in the difference.
       Judgment is granted Wm. MOXLEY against PATRICK MUCKLEROY for 400 pounds of tobacco paid to the Sheriff for a fourth jury in the difference between them.
       Judgment is granted Francis WILLIAMS against PATR. MUCKLEROY for 200 pounds of tobacco due to him as an evidence in the difference between him and CERTAINE.

       Page 17 - Gerrard FITZGERRARD was arrested to answer John MINOR in a plea. Plantiff by Robt. BRENT his attorney declared against him for harboring, entertaining and assisting to convey out of this county two of his servants that were run away from him. The defendant pleaded not guilty.
JURY: Jno NEWTON, Anthony RAWLINS, Andrew REED, Robt. SANDFORD, Wm. MOXLEY, Thos. BEACH, James WILLIAMSON, John ANDREWS, Thomas MARSON, Thomas CRANE PATRICK MUCKLEROY, Jno. CRABB, find for the defendant not guilty.

       Page 17 - Mr. Wm. HORTON vs. PATRICK MUCKLEROY as marrieing the executrix of Richd. YOUEL. Plaintiff prayed to have a judgment of 800 pounds revived. Defendant by Arthus SPICER his attorney saith he hath made up his account with the estate and obtained his quietus. Th court dismiss the cause.

       Page 24a (24 June 1691): Abraham FEILD is elected constable in the room of PATRICK MUCKLEROY for the lower precinct of Washington Parish. Ordered he repaire to Mr. Wm. BRIDGES and take the oath.
       Page 28 - 25 June 1691: PATRICK MUCKLEROY(?) Of Patrick MISKILL vs. Richd. JARVIS. Debt. No petition filed. Dismst.

       Page 32 - 29 July 1691: Christopher PRITCHARD elected constable for that precinct of Washington Parish where PATRICK MACKLEROY lately served in the room of said MUCKLEROY.
       Jno. BAYLY is elected constable for that precinct of Copely Parish where Jno. MIDDLETON lately served.

       PATRICK MUCKLEROY of this county setting forth by his petition that hee had land of his own on one side of Pipe's Creek and that hee had gott and fitted a frame for a water mill and fitted himself with a pair of Stones and other materials in order to the erecting a water mill thereon prayed liberty to erect and build the mill and mill dam.

       Page 40 - 1 Oct. 1691: Mrs. Eliza. LORD vs. PATR. MUCKLEROY. Dismst. Ordered that Mr. Alexander SPENCE surveyor of this county lay out for PATRICK MUCKLEROY one acre of land now in the possession of Mrs. Eliza Lord where he intends to adjoyn his mill dam to the said land, and that Mr. Tho. MONTJOY, Mr. Thos. TYREWHITT, Mr. Jno. WASHINGTON and Mr. Originall BROWN, being first sworn by Mr. Wm. BRIDGES, value and appraise the land.
       Page 41a - 25 Nov. 1691: Darby SULIVANT acknowledged a sale of land to PATRICK MUCKLEROY and his wife acknowledged her relinquishment of dower and thirds.

       Page 45a (29 Dec. 1691): Thomas BRAGG servant to Mr. Wm. PAINE being bound by recognizance to appeare to answer the information of John TUCKER, TUCKER exhibited his information; Whereas by the 125th Act of Assembly whosoever shall steale or unlawfully kill any hogg which is not his own, hee or they shall pay to the owner of the hogs 1000 pounds of tobacco and 1000 pounds to the informer. Thomas BAGG on 16 Dec. 1691 did steale and unlawfully kill a hogg the estate and goods of John FOOTMAN of this county. The informant prays judgement for 1000 pounds of tobacco.
       BAGG appeared and pleaded he is not guilty. JURY: Michael WILLINGTON, Jno. BARTON, Jno. HIGGINS, PATR. MUCKLEROY, Phillipp PICKETT, Robt. MOSS, Joseph HIMMINGS, Jno MOTTERSHED, doe find Thomas BAGG guilty of hogg stealing. Ordered (for that BAGG is a servant and unable to pay the fines) that he serve John FOOTMAN one whole yeare after his indented tyme in lieu of the fines.

       Page 49 - 28 Jan. 1691/2: Upon the petition of PATRICK MUCKLEROY administration is granted him of the estate of Gerrard LOWTHER. Ordered he return an inventory to the estate and that Alexr. WEBSTER, Caleb BUTLER and JOHN ELLIOTT, being sworn before Mr. Wm. BRIDGES, doe appraise the estate.
       Page 49a - 28 Jan 1691/2: PATRICK MUCKLEROY acknowledged a sale of land from him to Darby SULIVANT. Mr. Jno. MINOR by virtue of a letter of attorney acknowledged Mrs. Eliza. MUCKLEROY'S relinquishment of dower.

       Page 51 - 29 Jan. 1691/2: PATRICK MUCKLEROY executor of Patrl MISKILL vs. Richd. JERVIS. Dismst.
       Page 52 - 29 Jan 191/91: A nonsuite is granted PATR. MUCKLEROY against Jno. LORD.

       Page 52a - Alexander WEBSTER was arrested to answer Andrew READ in a plea. Plaintiff by Symon ROBINS his attorney complains that WEBSTER in consideration of 800 pounds of tobacco did promise to deliver unto the plaintiff the full value of the tobacco in salt at 80 pounds of tobacco per bushell, notwithstanding which promise he refuseth payment of the sale, whereby plaintiff saith hee is damnified 2000 pounds of tobacco.
       Defendant b Arthus SPICER his attorney saith hee did not assume to pay or deliver to the plaintiff. JURY: Benjamin BRANCHFLOWER, John YARP, John TRAMELL, Boswell BAILEY, Benjamin BERRIMAN, PATRICK MUCKLEROY, Walter ENGLISH, John BARTOLN, Rogbt. MOSS, Tho.CRANE, Alexander GORDON and William WATKINS find that the defendant doe pay the plaintiff tenn bushells of salt and 100 pounds of tobacco damages.

       Page 58- 25 March 1692: Upon the petition of Mr. BUCKNER it is ordered that PATRICK MUCKLEROY doe deliver to BUCKNER a large book in folio entitled Cook upon LITTLETON, being amongst other things belonging to the estate of Mr. Gerrard LOWTHER, Mr. BUCKNER having made oath that LOWTHER had a book of that title and value of him and the he never received the same agan.

       Page 60a - 25 May 1692: Wm. Jennings acknowledged a deed of sale of land to Danll. FEILD. PATRICK MUCKLEROY by virtue of a Power from Mary JENNINGS his wife acknowledged her relinquishment of dower.

       Page 61 - 25 May 1692: Wm. JENNINGS returned an inventory and appraisement of the estate of Mr. Gerrard LOWTHER amounting to 1400 (sic) pounds of tobacco and made oath the same was all the estate LOWTHER had except what bills and debts might be found due to him amongst his papers. And it appearing that a book entitled Cook upon LITTLETON belonging to Mr. Wm. BUCKNER was inventoried and amongst other books appraised, it is ordered that 200 pounds of tobacco be deducted.
       PATRICK MUCKLEROY produced an account against the estate of Gerrard LOWTHER the eight first articles whereof were proved by the oath of Mr. John SANFORD and also the last article whereof and MUCKLEROY made oath to the whole. Ordered hee be paid 7083 pounds of tobacco.

       Page 45 - Letters and colligend bona Mr. Gerrard LUTHER is granted PATRICK MUCKEROY and order he give an account of the same when by the Court required.
                                                  Tho. YOUEL
                                                 Wm. HORTON.
       Page 49a - 28 Jan. 1691/2: Upon the petition of PATRICK MUCKLEROY admistration is granted him of the estate of Gerrard LOWTHER. Ordered he return an inventory of the estate and that Alexrl. WEBSTER, Caleb BUTLER and John ELLIOTT, being sworn before Mr. Wm. BRIDGES, doe appraise the estate.
       Page 49a - 28 Jan 1691/2: PATRICK MUCKLEROY acknowledged a sale of land from him to Darby SULIVANT. Mr. John MINOR by Virtue of a letter of attorney acknowledged by Mrs. ELIZA MUCKLEROY's relinquishment of dower.

       Page 52 - 29 Jan. 1691/2: PATRICK MUCKLEROY executor of Patr. MISKILL vs. Richd. JARVIS. Dismst.
       Page 52 - Jan 1691/2: A nonsuite is granted PATRICK MUCKLEROY against Jno. Lord.
Page 52a - PATRICK MUCKLEROY served on a Jury. (Not copied)

30 May 1688. Westmoreland Co, VA Court Minutes, p. 645. Elizabeth YOUELL granted administration on the estate of her husband Richard YOUELL, deceased, John WASHINGTON and Edward DUDDLESTON her securities. John QUISENBERRY, Patrick MUCKLEROY or any of the three of them to appraise. (On 27 Jul 1687, Westmoreland Co, VA Court Minutes, p. 593, include the entry: Richard YOUELL and Elizabeth his wife, formerly Elizabeth POPE.")

Notes (Family #1)

Marriage (before 1691): Children of Richard Hawkins and Mary Unknown are:
551 i. Elizabeth Hawkins, died 1717 in Westmoreland Co., VA; married (1) Humphrey Pope; married (2) Richard Youell Bef. 1687; married (3) Patrick Muckleroy Bef. 1691.
ii. John Hawkins

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