[Bolling5] Belva, remember this?
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Fri Feb 10 14:01:14 EST 2012
You sent this to GenForum in 2007 [below]. I have a feeling that Richard Brown, who owned land on Difficult Creek, was married to James Rea's daughter. See A.D,'s files for James Rea's will. The Hudsons were from Hanover and married Bunch.... which intermarried with Bollings a few generations later. Do you know anything about these Browns? They were from Goochland weren't they?
Hazael, not Adlar David in Belva's notes. John Bolling was his overseer.... not likely to be a Group 1 Bolling.
can someone tell me more about this william irby who would have been involved with my harris family and the hudsons, per this info below?
was this the same irby family who also moved to laurens co, sc?
per the info and will of john brown, who died 1753 lunenburg co, va, this jesse brown of lunenburg co, va involved in this suit with alexander cocke of amelia co, va, which also involved richard ellis and hampton wade, was the brother of richard brown, who died in 1773 in brunswick co, va, wife, frances sexton/ saxon.
i am interested that this was my william harris/ judith hudson, who along with richard brown witnessed this brunswick co, va deed re william irby to andrew wade.
again, per info already cited, samuel harris, executor of the estate of adlar david in 1750 in lunenburg co, va sold to robert wade, sr land on difficult creek that bordered on william irby.
per lunenburg co, va deed book 5, page 346, 1750, samuel harris, executor of the estate of adlar david, sold to robert wade, sr 100 acres on difficult creek adjacent william irby. witnesses: hampton wade; richard ellis.
lunenburg co, va court orders book 1, page 196, last will of adlar david: samuel harris, executor; andrew wade and henry wade are witnesses; cornelius cargill and andrew wade give security, 1749.
also from lunenburg co, va court orders book 1, page 196: william irby; peter hudson; luke smith; and edward parker appraise the estate of adlar david, 1749.
per lunenburg co, va deed book 7, page 148, 1760, re the estate of alexander cocke of amelia co, va: as there has been many disputes; controversies between alexander cocke of amelia co, va and with jesse brown of lunenburg relating to lands, richard ellis; abraham cocke; and stephen cocke, executors, enter in a bond with jesse brown to abide by the division by henry ward in amelia co and of lydall bacon in lunenburg and if they disagree, hampton wade is to hear the disputes; it is ordered that the executors of alexander cocke pay jesse brown 90 pds, and to deliver to brown an order from francis smithson for 90; the quarrels between the parties must abate. signed: lydall bacon; hampton wade.
Indenture made 3 December 1745 between William Irby of
Brunswick County and Andrew Wade of Goochland County, £60, 500a,
250a of the said Land being granted to William Gent by Patent
lying on North side of Dan River on both sides of the Horsford
Creek; other 242a being granted to Peter Mitchell by Patent.
Signed William Irby. Witnesses: Wm. Harris, Richard Brown.
Court March 6, 1745, Indenture acknowledged by William Irby.
Deed Book 3, Page 162.
i am interested that this was my william harris/ judith hudson, who witnessed this deed re william irby to andrew wade??
again, i am trying to learn/ confirm, as this info has indicated to me, that my william harris, sr/ frances goode, daughter of mackerness goode, sr of lunenburg co, va and this samuel harris involved with the wades, etc were william harris/ judith hudson's sons, william harris and samuel harris, per william harris/ judith hudson's will 1778 mecklenburg co, va.
see also to follow my interest also in the brown/ sexton/ saxon family re our harris family.
thanks for any help.
belva harris cauthen
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