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Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: July 20, 2007 at 13:15:53
In Reply to: Re: TETER TEATER INDIAN BLOOD 2 by jan lala of 986

8a. Nov 1774

Ray, Thomas


m. Ursula Smith
8a. Surry A:94-95

Charles McAnally sold 120 acres on Oldfield Creek to Thoma

Text: SMITH, Ursula, father, Thomas (son of John), married RAY
Samuel Ray 1
Sex: M
Name: Samuel Rae
Name: Samuel Rea 2 3
Name: Samuel Reay
Name: Samuel Rhea
Birth: 1734 in Hanover County, Virginia 4
Birth: 1730 in Hanover County, Virginia
Birth: 1737 in Virginia 3
Death: 9 OCT 1788 in Albemarle County, Virginia
Christening: 1734
Occupation: Planter
Event: Fact 21 APR 1779 Signer of the Albemarle Declaration of Independence 5
Event: Fact 1788 Bought farm on beaver creek between Crozet and Whitehall
PROP: Lived near Rea's Ford before 1788
Military Service: ABT 1776 Revolutionary War Military Service 6
Event: Land 1765 Albemarle County, Virginia 7
Reference Number: 33-8
In 1788 Samuel bought a farm on Beaver Creek, between Crozet and Whitehall From Wm Albertson notes;

Notes from Wm. Albertson: Samuel and Jean owned a farm about half-way to Charlottesville, Virginia from Whitehall, Virginia. They had however in 1779 made a contract to sell the farm at a later date. So Albertson believes Jean is buried at the Maupin home place, since her parents were both still alive when she died and her husband would not have buried her on land that had already been sold.
Samuel was in the Patriotic Service in the Revolutionary War.

Note- At the formation of Albemarle, the name Rea is found on the records. In 1747 Fergus Rea bought a portion of the chiswell Patent, on the Rochfish. About the same time John Rea, was the owner of land on the Rivanna, near Martin King's Ford, the present Union Mills. Andrew, Thomas and Samuel Rea, were considerably interested in real estate during the period 1744-1788. In 1744, Andrew Rea entered a small tract on the South side of the Rivanna, a short distance above the mouth of Ivy Creek, and at that time was the owner of land adjoining. He gave the name to the Ford called Rea's Ford. In the patent the name is written Reay.

Thomas Rea owned land on the headwaters of Mechum's near Round Mountain and subsequently purchased near Rea's Ford, and on Meadow Creek, not far from the old Poor House.

**The Andrew Rea mentioned above may have been Fergus Rea's son but that is unknown at this time.



Daniel Maupin Miller 3 325 137 1763
Andrew Rea Miller 4 73 133 1765
Miller Samuel Ray 4 202 133 1765

Father: Thomas Ray b: 14 JUL 1710 in Charles Parrish, York County, Virginia c: 13 NOV 1710 in Charles Parrish, York County, Virginia
Mother: Ursula Smith b: 14 JUL 1716

Marriage 1 Jean R. Maupin b: 1735 in Hanover County, Virginia
Married: 1747 in Albemarle County, Virginia 8 9
Married: 1755 in Virginia 10
Married: 1758 in Albemarle County, Virginia
Married: 1758 in Virginia 3
Daniel Rea b: 1754 in Albemarle County, Virginia
Peggy Ray b: ABT 1760 in Albemarle County, Virginia
Andrew Ray b: 1760 in Henrietta, Albemarle County, Virginia
Robert Ray b: 1761 in Beaver Creek, Albemarle County, Virginia
Thomas Ray b: 1764 in beneath Bucks Elbow, Albemarle County, Virginia
Margaret Ray b: ABT 1765 in Albemarle County, Virginia
Zacharia Ray b: 1766 in Albemarle County, Virginia

Zacharia Ray Mary Benge .

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