Rose Dove Dalton and Albert Lee Dalton Homeplace

Rose Dove Dalton and Albert Lee Dalton Homeplace
This house and property belonged to John Ward, Jr At his death he willed the property to his nephew William Ward

Friday, November 19, 2010

Robert Adams 1680 to 1740 November 19, 2010

Rivanna RiverImage by Michael Hollander via Flickr

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
The Virginia Historical Society for the Year Ending December 31, 1928
Volume 36  page 136
Virginia Council Journals 1726-1753
Present Richard Fitzwilliam Esq.  June 11, 1730
The Caveat entered by Richard Hickman, Edwin Hickman and Dennet Abney for Stopping Patents sued out by Robert Adams on two serverall surveys for 400 acres of Land each lying on the Branches of Licking Hole Creek in the County of Goochland, is Continued for the Petitioners to make appear that the said survey was made upon entrys posterior to theirs and within the bounds described in their said entry.

In my blog of November 16, you will find a Deed dated September 21, 1736 from Robert Adams to Thomas Sanders for 400 acres on Licking Hole Creek by patent to Adams.

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
The Virginia Historical Society for the Year Ending December 31, 1924
Volume 32  page 398
Micajah Clark  born September 16, 1718 son of  Christopher  and Penelope Clark Married Judith Adams born October 1716, daughter of Robert Adams.
In my November 10, 2010 blog I listed Robert Adams children.  I listed Judith Adams Clark born 1716.  I will now add Judith Adams Clark born October, 1726 and married to Micajah Clark.
Page 392
On October 31, 1727 Robert Adams sold to William Randolph 300 acres on Tuckahoe Creek.
Goochland County Virginia Tithe List  1735-47  Transcribed and Published by A. Jean Lurvey
A list of Tithables for looking after the tobacco pickers by George Taylor, constable 1735
Robert Adams   6

Goochland County, Virginia Wills and Deeds  1736 – 1742
Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III
Page 8
p.59 Deed 17, Sept.1737  Charles Lynch of Goochland C., to Anthony Pouncey of same, for value received, 325 acres on north side of Rivanna River near the mountains, bounded by Robert Adams, Daniel Defoin, Carrels Creek, Mountain Falls Creek, and William Randolph, being the land granted to said Lynch 8 August, 1735.
Wit: George Taylor
Signed: Chas. Lynch
Recorded  September 20, 1737
Page 46
p.324 Deed 12, July 1740 Thomas James of Goochland Co., to Anthony Pouncy of same, for 30 pounds, 400 acres on north side of Rivanna River, bounded by Mychunk Creek and Robert Adams; with all houses, etc. Wit: H. Wood, Pet. Jefferson, Chas Leprade  Signed:  Thomas (T) James  Recorded 15 July 1740.
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