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22 May 1740567 The Tinkling Spring: Headwater of Freedom - Importations
Orange County, Virginia Order Book II, page 205
List of people who imported or were imported by others and the date they proved their importation in Orange County, Virginia from 1738 – 1743 in order to obtain legal right to hold title to land in the colony
Hugh Campble Esther and Sarah Campble
174221 Augusta County, Virginia, Copies of Muster Lists
Capt. James Cathey's List: James Cathey, Captain; John Given, John Case, Andr. Case, Will Brown, David Logan, John Case, Sam Case, Thos. Stephenson, David Stephenson, John McClewer, Joseph Hanna, John Frame, Hugh Camble, Michel Dickey, Nichel Leeper, Sam Hues, Rob. Craig, Wm. Monson, William Johston, James Givens, David Nelson, Rob. Koney, James Fowler, Edw. Givens, James Case, George Anderson, Nathan Underwood, George Anderson, James Scott, Andr. Cathey, Francis Raley, John McCown, John King, Robert Joweter, Rob Brown, Rob. McDowell, Wm. Hains, James Allan, Jams. Chambers, Sam Givens, Thos. Lander (Lauder), Archabel Hamilton.
15 May 1743567 The Tinkling Spring: Headwater of Freedom
Appendix F, Record of Baptisms 1740 – 1749
Name of Father: Hugh Campbell
Jean Campbell: 15 May 1743
14 July 1745567 The Tinkling Spring: Headwater of Freedom
Appendix F, Record of Baptisms 1740 - 1749
Name of Father: Hugh Campbell
Robert Campbell: 14 July 1745
25 Sept. 174621 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 2, page 189
Land in Augusta County, Virginia patented to Hugh Campbell
16 April 1747567 The Tinkling Spring: Headwater of Freedom
Appendix F, Record of Baptisms 1740 – 1749
Name of Father: Hugh Campbell
William Campbell: 16 April 1747
20 Sept. 174821 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 4, page 205
333 acres of land on Brown/Culton’s Branch of the Shenandoah River in Augusta County, Virginia patented to Hugh Campbell
9 April 1749567 The Tinkling Spring: Headwater of Freedom
Appendix F, Record of Baptisms 1740 – 1749
Name of Father: Hugh Campbell
Esther Campbell: 9 April 1749
3 May 174921 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 2, page 189
Hugh Campbell to John Young. Naked Creek, part of 400 acres patented to Hugh, 25th September, 1746.
Teste: John Francis, Alexander Blair, Wm. Preston, Esther, wife of Hugh.
10 Oct. 1749204 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 1, page 202
In the Name of God amen I William Magill of Augusta County being sick in body but of perfect wit and Memory thanks be to God calling to ? ? the uncertain State of this transitory life and that all life? must yield to Death when it ? please God to call do make ? ? ? and declare this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and form following revoking and ?ing and by those presents all and every Testament and Testaments Will and Wills ? heretofore made by me and declared ? by Word or Writings and this ? taken only for my last will and Testament ?? And first being sorry from the bottom of my heart for my sins past ?? humbly desiring forgiveness for th? ?. I give and comitt my Soul to God my Saviour and Redeemer in whom and by ? ? of Jesus Christ & believe to be Saved and to have full remission (?) & pardon of all my sins and that my Soul with my body on a Genoral Day of Resurrection Shall rise again with Joy and thru the Merious of Christs death and passion ? of Inherit the Kingdom of heaven prepared for his ? and ? and my body to be buried in such a place where it shall ? my ? hereafter ? And now following of my temporal Estate of Such goods Chattels or Debts as in ? pleased God for above my ? to bestow upon me I do order or give and disposs as followeth That is to say. First I wish that all my Debts and dues that I owe in right and ? to any person or persons whatsoever shall well and truly be paid within convenient time after my decd? by my Executors I order my wife Margaret to have ? of the half of the Cows and one bay two year old Mare and the half of the household furnishings & the Gray mare to her Son David Gass and as for my land I order it to be Divided between my sons James and William, and ? to run a straight Course from the river by the ? and of James Meadow towards a little Spring between and Charles Campbell and James to have the land he now lives on and William the land he now lives on I order my Son John to have the young bay Yearling ?. And as for the rest of the Young Cattle I order them to be equally divided among my children And likewise my hoggs I order to be divided equally between my wife and my children I order my brown coat for my son John and the white coat to William and the half of the house hold Goods to William ? one ? to be excepted for my wife more than her equal Shares and the ? of one ? to my wife also above her equal Share. I order my grandchild James son to have one heifer of a year old I order my wifs Share of the Creatures and William and Elizabeth to be maintained on ? plantation this Winter, and my funeral charges to be taken out of the whole estate. My Sadlo (?) and other Tools I order them with the plow Irons to William and the bigg Bible I leave it to James as Witness my hand this tenth day of October 1749. I order Robert Craven and Hugh Campbell to be my Exs Memorandum before signing William is to have the black mare and Gray horss
William Magill
Margaret M. Magill
Andrew Erwin
Charles Campbell
29 Nov. 1749204 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 1, page 203
At a court continued and held for Augusta County
The Last Will and Testament of William Magill decd was presented into court by Robert Craven Hugh Campbell the Executors therein named and being proved by Andrew Erwin and Charles Campbell the Witnesses thereto subscribed is ? ? and on ? of the law Ex who made oath thereto according to Law Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof for due form And Margaret tho which of those deced personally appeared in Court and declared that she would not receive or take any legacy or Logands (?) to her given ? thereby or any part thereof and did renounce all be ? or advantages which she might Claim By the Said Will.
Teste John Madison Clbur
Know all men by these presents that Robert Craven Hugh Campbell Andrew Erwin and Charles Campbell are held and firmly bound unto John Lewis the first Justice in the Commission of the Peace for Augusta County; for, and in behalf and to the sole Use and Behoos of the Justices of the said County, and their Successors, in the sum of five hundred pounds to be paid to the said John Lewis his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns: To the which Payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and every of us, our and every of our Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Seated with our Seals. Dated this 29th day of November Anno Dom 1749. The Condition of this obligation is such that if the above Robert Craven & Hugh Campbell Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Wm Magill deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all and singular, the Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said deceased which have or shall come to the hands possesion or knowledge of the said Executors or into the hands or posession of any other person or persons for those and the laws to made do exhibit unto the County Court of Augusta at such time as they shall be thereunto required by the said Court and the ? Goods Chattels and Credits and all other the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased which at any time after shall come to the Hands or Possesion or knowledge of the said Robert Craven & Hugh Campbell or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for those also well and truly Administer according to Law: And further do make a full and true account of their Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court; and all official well and truly pay and deliver all the Logarios? contained and specified ? ? said Testament as far as the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits will thereunto extend and the Law shall Charge: Then this obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed and delivered in the presence of:
Robert Craven
Hugh Campbell
And. Erwin
Chas. Campbell
At a court continued and held for Augusta County the 29th day of November 1749.
Robert Craven & Hugh Campbell Edward Erwin & Charles Campbell in open court acknowledged this ? ? Cravens & Campbells ? and faithfull administration of the Estate of Wm Magill decd which is ordered to be certified.
Teste John Madison
26 Feb. 1750/175121 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, page 148
John Cowan, yeoman, to Saml. Lusk, farmer, 202 acres; Thomas Shield's corner in Col. Patton's line; Andrew Alexander's line; corner Robert Christian, Jennet, wife of John. Teste: Edward Erwin, Hugh Campbell, George Anderson.
28 Aug. 175021 Augusta County, Virginia Order Book 2, page 414
Hugh Campbell added to tithables.
11 April 175121 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, page 243
Hugh Campbell, yeoman, to William Alexander, farmer, 400 acres, on Naked Creek; corner Michael Dickey, Esther, wife of Hugh.
Teste: Wm. Brown, Michael Dickey, John Hear (Ker?), John Alexander.
22 May 175121 Original Petitions and Papers Filed in the Augusta County Court
Valuation of Samuel Porter's improvements on Buffalo Creek, 22d May, 1751. Petition for road from John Davis's Mill to Woods's Gap, or to the road now clearing over the mountain near said Gap: Andrew Erwin, Robert Fowler, Edward Erwin, Francis Ervin, Charles Campbell, Michael Dickey, Hugh Diver, John Davies, John Francis, Andrew McCombe, John Magill, Hugh Campbell, Robert Carskadan, William Frame, Robert Campbell, Robert Brown, Charles Diver, Daniel Smith, William Alexander, James Patterson, William Magill, John Erwine, Edward Erwine, Benjamin Erwin, William Brown, Henry Smith, David McCammis, James Anderson, Robert Gamble, Francis Brown, Gabriel Pickens
28 May 175121 Augusta County, Virginia Order Book 2, page 574
Road ordered from John Davis's mill to Wood's New Cleared Gap, and John King, with Andrew Erwin, John McGill, Wm. McGill, Robert Fowler, Hugh Campbell, John Erwin, Edward Erwin, Robert Carscaden, Francis Erwin, Edward Erwin, Wm. Frame, Benj. Erwin, Charles Campbell, Robert Campbell, Wm. Brown, Michael Dickey, Robert Brown. Henry Smith, Hugh Diver, Charles Diver, David McCummins, John Davis, Danl. Smith, James Anderson, John Francis, Wm. Alexander, Robert Gamble, Andrew Combe, James Patterson, Francis Brown, Gabriel Pickens, keep it in repair.
27 Nov. 175121 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 4, page 201
William and Robert Brown to Robert Campel, 220 acres. Corner Jno. Anderson; corner John Erwin; Thos Erwin's line. Elizabeth, wife of William. Teste: Andrew Erwin, Hugh Cample.
9 May 175221 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 4, page 248
Esther Campbell to Alexander Walker, farmer, 287 acres on a branch of Little's Creek; corner John Campbell.
Teste: Robert Patrick, James Hamilton.
20 May 175221 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 4, page 205
Hugh Campbel to William Brown, 10 acres On Brown's or Culton's Branch of North River of Shanando; corner Robert Brown. Part of 333 acres patented to Hugh, 20th September, 1748.
Teste: John Trumble.
19 Mar. 175521 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 6, page 512
James Trotter and Mary to Hugh Campbell 50, 268 acres on Naked Creek; Michael Dickey's line; conveyed to Trotter by James Wood, 18th August, 1749.
17 Aug. 175721

Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 7, page 465
Hugh Campbell and Esther ( ) to Jno. Hair, Sr., 10, 160 acres on Fowler's Branch of North River Shanando, between Naked Creek and North River, patented 16th August, 1757.
Teste: Andrew Alexander, Michael Dickey, James Allen.

Delivered: Jno. Hare, January. 1763.

16 Nov. 175721 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 7, page 486
Hugh Campbell, wheelwright, and Esther ( ) to James Patterson, sadler. Teste: Francis Brown, James Allen.
Delivered: James Patterson, January, 1763.
17 Mar. 175821 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 2, page 238
By order of Court November, 1757, Robt Cravens. Hugh Campbell, Arthur Johnson, chosen by the old Court to appraise the estate of Randall McDonald.
15 Nov. 175821 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 2, page 280
Accounts against estate of William Magill paid by Hugh Campbell and Robt. Cravens. Legacies paid, viz: To James, John, William, Margaret McGill, Hugh Campbell, John Jones, Robert Dickson, John Berry, Ro. Fouller (to each of these 9, 1 shilling, 6 pence).
16 May 175921 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 8, page 122
John Young and Elizabeth ( ) to James Young, 30, 2 tracts containing 335 acres on a branch of Naked Creek, 200 acres conveyed to John by Hugh Campbell, 18th May, 1749, and 135 acres patented to John, 12th July, 1750, near corner of James Bell and John Rutledge. Erwin's land. Teste: James Gambel.
176021 Augusta County, Virginia Parish Vestry Booh, page 272
Processioners Reports
Processioned by John Malkem and Alex. Blair, viz:
For John Young, for Robert Young, for James Anderson, for Alex. Blair, for John Anderson, for John Francey, for Wm. Cunningham, fnr John McKemy. for Walter Trimble, for Hugh Dever, for John Davies, for _____ Doughlas, for Daniel Smith, for Bigham's land formerly known by the name of Gragg's, for Gabriel Pickens, for Robert Poage, for Abraham Smith, for Isaiah Shipman, for David Robiston, for Silas Hart, for John Cunningham, for Henry Smith, for Widow Ramsey, for Thomas Woodal, for Moses Hall, for Andrey McCown, for James Bell, for Edward Erwin, for Alex. Craig, for Wm. Frame, for Thos. Waterson, for Francis Brown, for John King, for John Searight, for John Kear, for Hugh Campbell, for Alex. Kile, for Robert Fowler, for James Gamble, for James Leeper, Sr. and Jr., for James Blair, for Edward Erwin's land formerly known as Brownlee's place, for Adam Stevenson, for Umphrey's place on North River, for Stevenson's place they live on, for Jacob and Christian Roleman, for John Malcom, for William Flimen, for Charles Campbell, for Robert Campbell, for William Brown, for Widow and John and James Alexander, for Michael Dickey, for James Young, for James Patterson, for Andrew Erwin, for John Erwin, for Edward Erwin, for Francis Erwin, for Hugh Campbell, Jr., for James McGill, for Robert Brown, for James Young.
9 Aug. 176621 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 12, page 489
Alexander ( ) Walker and Elisabeth to Alexander Walker, his son, 10, 287 acres on a branch of Little's Creek, patented to Esther Campbell, 3d November, 1760, and conveyed by her to Alexander, Sr., 19th May, 1752; corner John Campbell.
Delivered: Alex. Walker, Jr., April, 1769.
23 Aug. 176621 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 13, page 75
William Brown and Isabella ( ) to James Henderson, 200. 400 acres on head of Culton's Branch of North River of Shannandor; corner James Trotter; also ten acres on same branch below same and between James Trotter and Hugh Campbell, part of Hugh Campbell's tract of 333 acres.
19 Aug. 176821 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, page 145
Margaret (her mark) and Hugh Campbell's bond (with Charles Campbell) as administrators of Robert Campbell.
14 Nov. 176821 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 15, page 368
John Seawright and Sarah to Hugh Campbell, Jr., 15, 126 acres on North Branch of Naked Creek, part of 188 acres.
21 Mar. 176921 Augusta County, Virginia Order Book 13, page 78
Thomas Clofford, runaway servant of Robert Fowler. William Brewer, runaway servant of Hugh Campbell
18 Oct. 176921 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 16, page 136
James Blair and Jean ( ) to John Graham, mortgage, 44, 220 acres; Hugh Campbell's line; corner Alexander Blair.
Teste: Randal Lockhart, Archibald Armstrong, Jos. Ray.
Delivered: Wm. Young, 6th March, 1772.
20 Mar. 177021 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 17, page 24
Hugh Campbell to James Campbell, 5, 5 acres on Andersons Branch of North River of Shanandore, part of a larger tract, Robert Fowler's line.
Teste: John and William Campbell, John McPheetters.
21 Aug. 177021 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 16, page 465
Charles Campbell to James Campbell, 30, 220 acres; corner John Anderson; corner John Erwin.
Teste: John Lowry, Hugh Campbell (Gamble).
19 Mar. 1771200 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, pages 342, 343
In the name of God amen I Hugh Campbell of Augusta County and Collony of Virginia being weak in Body but of sound mind and Memory Blessed be God do this 19th of March in the Year of our lord God one thousand seven hundred and seventy one make & Publish this my last will and Testament in Manner following that is to say first of all I do give and Recommend my soul to God who gave it and my Body to be buried in a decent Manner and Secondly I do order that all my lawful debts shall be honestly Paid and thirdly I do leave and bequeath unto my loving Wife Esther Campbell the full Privilege and use of the third of my Dwell house and likewise one third of my Personall Estate and likewise one third of my Real Estate during her life and the other two Parts of my Moveables to be Equally divided amongst my my three sons & two daughters Viz, William, Hugh & Charles & Esther & Martha and also I do allow my lands to be equally divided by lot Quantity and Quality Considered amongst my three sons whose names are above Written and also I give and Bequeath to my son Robert Sixteen pounds of Virginia Currency to be Paid to him off my Estate at the Expiration of two years from this date and I make and Ordain John MaGill and my son William Campbell whole & sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament in Trust for the Intents and Purposes this my will Contained In Witness whereof I the above said Hugh Campbell have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand and Seal the day and year above Written
Hugh Campbell
Signed Sealed & Delivered in the Presence of us
Andrew Scott
Robert Fowler
John Davis
177521 Augusta County, Virginia , Fee Books of Augusta Court, page 5
William Alexander, Merchant; Alexander McCoskry, Borden's
Land; page 6, James Bratton, blacksmith; John Davis, hunter; page
8, Michael Mannon, son of William; John Willson, Jackson's River; page 9, William Porter, C. Cr.; Joseph Weir, Borden's Land; page 10, Joseph Bennett, Jr., South Branch; page 12, John Finley, Middle River; page 16, Mary Willson, (married?), Hempenstall, (March), recording Willson's Inventory; page 19, Ludwick Francisco, Botetourt; page 20, Robert McFarland, son of Robert; Andrew Skidmore, South Branch; page 20, John Paxton, Botetourt; William Mann, Botetourt; page 22, George Coile, South Branch, (November), Skelton's deeds to you; page 29, James Ramsey, son of John, (November), your father's deeds to you; page 31, John Hiner, Bull Pasture, (November), Devil's deeds to you; David Robinson, Linvell's Creek, (November), James Robinson's deeds to you; page 32, William Lockhart, Botetourt, (November), Olinger's mortgage to you; page 36, Robert Reed, barber; page 37, Joseph Jefferson, Long Glade; page 38, John Caldwell, South River; John Reaburn, Stone Meeting House; William Dunlop, Middle River; William Smith, Tyger's Valley; John Graham, Christian's Creek; Thomas Kinkade, Pastures; John Burnsides, Stone Meeting House; page 39, James Reah, Mill Creek, between Calf and Cow Pastures; George Elliot, Borden's Land; David Williamson, Borden's Land; Joseph Waughub, Pastures; John Hamilton, Tyger's Valley; Moses McClure, B. L.; Henry McClung, B. L.; Robert Fearis, B. L.; Jacob Warwick, Greenbrier; Andrew Taylor, B. L.; page 40, Robert Coulton, B. L.; Hugh Campbell, Naked Creek; John Hill, B. L.; Samuel Erwin, Dry River; page 41, John Slavin, Jackson's River; John Craig, Borden's Land; James Boyles, Borden's Land; Conrad Humble, Brock Gap; James Kerk, Jenning's Gap; James Craig, South River; James Brownlee, Timber Ridge; John Thomas, Brock Gap; James Wallace, Walker's Creek, B. L.; page 42, Thomas Bradshaw, Jr., Moffett's Creek; William Patterson, R-fish Gap; John Dunlop, Pastures; George Anderson, Middle River, Fees kept in; Abraham Hite, Hampshire; Andrew Donnerley, Botetourt; Isaac Zane, Frederick, Fees kept in; William Poage, Fincastle; John Hite, Jr., Frederick; William Crow, Botetourt.
17 Jan. 1775200

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5

At a Court held for Augusta County
This last Will and Testament of Hugh Campbell decd. was Proved by the Oath of John Davis one of the Witnesses thereto and Robert Fowler another of the Witnesses thereunto being very sick. It is ordered that a dedimus You to take his deposition and on the attition (?) of William Campbell one of the Executors therein named who made oath Recording to law Certificate is granted him for obtaining approval thereof in due form he haveing with Securitys entered into and Acknowledged there Bond according to law.

18 Jan. 1775200 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, page 343
George the third by the grace of God of Great Britain and France and Ireland king defender of the faith. To Daniel Smith & Abraham Smith Gentlemen Greeting know ye that we trusting to your fedelity and Provident Circumspection in diligently Eoamining (?) Robert Fowler Witness to the writing hereunto annexed Command you or any two of you that at such cediaor (?) days and Places as you shall Appoint you Assemble yourselves and the Witness aforesaid before you arrange two of you call & Cause to come and diligently Eoamine (?) on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God who there he did see Hugh Campbell late of Augusta County decd. sign seal and Publish this Writing as his last will and Testament and if he saw him do the same whether the said Hugh Campbell was of Perfect sence & Memory or not when he did the same and his Podmination (?) distincly and openly without delay you shall send and Certify Inclosed returning also this Writ together with the said Writing Annexed Witness John Madison Clerk of said Court this 18th day of January 1775 and in the 15th Year of our Reign
John Madison
18 Jan. 1775203 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, page 316
Know all men by these Presents that we William Campbell Daniel Smith and John Davis are held firmly bound to Abraham Smith Felix Gilbert George Mathews & John Hays Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Augusta County now Sitting in the sum of one thousand Pounds to the payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices & their successors we bind ourselves and each of us our and each of our Heirs Executors and AdministrationJointly and Severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals this 18th day of January one thousand seven hundred seventy five in the 15th year of the Reign of our Soverign lord George III The Condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound William Campbell Executor of the last will and testament of Hugh Campbell decd do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all singular the Goods Chattels & Credits of the said decd which have or shall or come to the hands Possession or knowledge of the said William Campbell or into the hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him and the same so made do exhibit in the County Court of Augusta at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court and the same Goods Chattels & Credits and all of these Goods Chattels & Credits of the said decd which at any time after shall come to the hands Possession or Knowledge of the said William Campbell or into the hands or Possesion of any other Person or Persons for him to well and truly Administer According to law and further do make a last and true account of his Actings and doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and also shall well and truely pay and deliver all the legacies Contained Specified in the said Testament as far as these Goods Chattels & Credits will thereunto extend & the law shall Charge them this obligation to be Void of none Effect or else to remain in full force and Virtue
Sealed & Delivered In the presence of
William Campbell
Daniel Smith
John Davis
At a court Cont. & held for Augusta County January the 17th 1775 Wm Campbell with Daniel Smith & John Davis his sealed (?) Act (?) this their Bond and Ordered to be recorded
Test Rich Madison cc
6 Feb. 1775200 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, page 343
Agreeable to the with in didimus (?) we the Subscribers have Proceded as followeth on the Examination (?) of the within Mentioned Robert Fowler first being sworn on the holy evangelist of Almighty God deporeth (?) and Smith that hither Robert Fowler did see the with in mentioned Hugh Campbell Pronounce seal & sign this will document hereunto annexed he is a Witness and that this Hugh Campbell was in his Perfect Sences Sworn before us this 6th day of February 1775
Daniel Smith his mark
Abrm Smith
Robert Fowler
16 Mar. 1775200

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, pages 345 through 348
At a Court Continued and held for Augusta County This appraisement of the Estate of Hugh Campbell Decd being returned is Ordered to be Recorded
Teste
Praisement Pursuant to an order of Court direction (?) to us we have appraised the Estate of Hugh Campbell Decd.
March the 16th 1775

                                                                                                                                      /s/d

one Walnut Chest 0/15/0
one fathere Bed blue rug blankett boulster and two Pilllows and one sheet bed sted 5/0/0
one chaff bed  0/6/0
one bed Red rug blanket boulster two pillows and one sheet and bed stead 4/0/0
one black reel 0/3/9
five dishes pewter 4/10/0
eight pewter plates 0/2/0
two pewter barons (?) 0/7/0
17 spoones 0/5/0
1 pewter tankard 6 tins 1 funnel & pepper box 0/4/0
11 tranchers (trenchers) 0/0/11
2 pails 0/1/6
1 grate pot and small pot 0/12/6
2 pots & hooks 0/0/10
30 hogs 3/5/0
17 Gees 1/1/3
1 old wagon 1/10/0
1 pare of tongs and shovel 0/5/0
1 iron crock 0/6/0
the half of Ombras (?) whole work 0/10/0
1 big bible 0/6/0
5 bibles 0/10/0
wellisons sacramental meditations 0/1/3
3 small books 0/1/6
watts (?) psalms & himes 0/2/0
1 rifle gun very old 0/10/0
2 pare of hames (?) lathere traces & breech bands 0/15/0
? pare of iron traces and hames (?) 1/8/0
2 hides of calf skin 0/10/0
1 great wheel 0/6/0
1 set of plow irons 0/10/0
1 grind stone & hanal (?) 0/3/6
1 froo (?) 0/2/6
1 Brod ax 0/4/0
1 hand saw 0/6/0
Sundry Shop Tools 0/12/6
2 foot Rule Glue Pot 0/2/6
8 Plains 0/6/0
1 Cross but and tow hand saws 0/8/0
5 Auger and Tapre Auger 0/6/0
1 Skrue Auger and you(?) 0/5/0
1 cold(?) fas(?) and drawing knife 0/2/3
6 Aroes(?) 0/8/0
Cooper Tools 0/7/6
Lath Scrue and Points 0/2/0
Mall(?) Rings one Wege(?) and Clevishes(?) 0/2/6
1 Harrow Iron 0/6/0
1 Saddle 0/6/0
1 pare of Wool Combs 0/10/0
1 fathere Red blue quilt sheat boulster Blankett Pillow Bed sted 2/10/0
Caff bed old Rugg Blanket boulstere sheett and bed steed 0/1/5
1 pine chest 0/5/0
1 towe bed 0/9/0
1 Black Pide(?) Cow and Calf 2/10/0
1 bull 2/0/0
1 Red cow white face 2/7/6
1 Red cow with bell 2/5/0
1 Yellow cow 2/15/0
1 Black cow with a white face 2/5/0
1 Yellow Cow 2/7/6
1 Brown Cow 2/10/0
1 Black Stere white face 1/5/0
1 Red heifer 1/0/0
1 bull 0/15/0
2 Yearlings 1/4/0
1 Dun Yerlin(?) 0/7/6
1 Yearlin 0/10/0
1 Yearlin 0/12/0
1 Brindle cow 2/10/0
1 Brown Mare 8/0/0
1 Sorrel Horse 7/0/0
1 White Horse 10/0/0
1 Clives(?) and freisons(?) and Greape(?) 0/3/0
7 sheep 2/0/0
1 Mattoch(?) 0/7/0
1 Looking Glass 0/2/6
Money Waights(?) 0/4/0
2 Sheets 0/15/0
Red Linsy(?) 0/15/0
2 Table Clothes 0/4/0
1 Table 0/2/6
1 Pepper Mill 0/1/0
Wool Shears  0/1/0
Frying Pan 0/4/0

John Gratton
James Magill
Edward Erwin
Edward Shankline

21 Mar.1775200 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, page 344
At a court Continued and held for Augusta County
Know all men by these Presents that we John Magill Abraham Smith and Samuel Gibson are held & firmly to Daniel Smith Michael Bowyer Elijah McClenachan & John Gibson Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Augusta County now sitting in the sum of one thousand Pounds to the Payment whereof well and burly (?) to be made to the said Justices & their Sueaport (?) we bind ourselves and each of us owe ___ of pur heirs Executor and Administrators Jointly and Severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with our seals this XXIst day of March in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and Seventy five and in the fifteenth year of the Reign of our Soverign Lord George III
22 Mar. 1775200 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, pages 344, 345
At a court Continued and held for Augusta County
The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound John Magill Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Hugh Campbell decd. do make or cause to be made a true and Perfect Inventory of all and Singular the Goods & Chattels and Credits of the said decd. which have or shall come to the hands and Possession or knowledge of the said John Magill or into the hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do well and truly Administer according to law and further do make a just and true Account of his ___ and doings (?) therein when thereto required by the said Court and also shall (?) will and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained specified in the said Testament ___ as the said Goods Chattels ___ with thereinto ___ and the law shall Charge them this Obligation to be void and of none Effect (?) or else to remain in full force & Virtue
Signed & Delivered in the Presence of
John Magill
Abram Smith
Samuel Gibson
John Magill with Abram Smith & Samuel Gibson his ___ acknowledged this their bond & Ord. to be Recorded
Teste
22 Mar. 1775200

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, page 344

At a court Continued and held for Augusta County
This last Will and Testament of Hugh Campbell with the deposition of Robert Fowler Annexed (?) being returned as Ordered to be Recorded and on the motion of John Magill the other executor therein named who made Oath According below Certificate is Granted him he haveing with Seal entered into and Acknowledged their Bond According to law.
Teste

177921 Augusta County, Virginia, Tax Levy Delinquents
Delinquents, Augusta County Levy for 1779: Amos Butt, he has nothing; Eanos Bigham, gone; John Beard, gone; Jacob Butt, gone to Kanawho, army; James Call, soldier in army; Hugh Campbell, Rockingham; John Cool, gone; Joseph Curry, gone; Thomas Cork (Cash?), gone; James Curry, gone; Anthony Eaton, gone; Owen Ellis, gone; Mathew Glaves, Rockingham; Charles Haris, gone; Robert Halowday, gone; Ralph Jerrerson, gone; John Lockery, gone to army; Wm. Lushby, gone; Ralph Loftus, Rockingham; James Larkin, Rockingham; George Lowther, South Branch; James McKee, gone; Benj. Morgeson, gone; Rodger Morning, gone; John Mitchell, gone, listed; David McNeeley (3 tithables), gone; George Mabury, gone to Maryland; Solomon Alexander, gone, soldier; Wm. Oldham, gone to Greenbrier; John Patterson, one wrong charged; Abram Phorsyth, gone to Mer; Jacob Phorsyth, gone to Mer; Wm. Ross, John Stevenson, gone;
Thomas Ryan, gone; John Sams, gone; Thomas Stewart, gone; Thomas Stanton, exempt; John Strickland, not found; David Scarce, gone; Christopher Sower, not found; Adam Thompson (4 tithables), gone; Richard Trotter, gone to army; John Towell, gone to army; Joseph Willson, Rockingham; Robert Willson, not found; Richard Holyman, gone to army; Lazarus Inman, gone to Rockbridge; Jobe Fletcher, gone; Moses Martin, gone; Abraham Phorsith, gone to Maryland; Jacob Phorsith, gone to Maryland; John Buster, gone to Albemarle; David Claxton, gone to Albemarle; Wm. Cosby, gone; Michael Daughrty, gone; Jacob Butt, gone to ye war; John Buster, gone to Alabama; George Barnes, gone to Alabama; Thomas Blair, gone to Alabama; Robert Bain, gone to Alabama; Robert Bayly, gone to Alabama; Jacob Berry, gone to Alabama; John Colans, twice returned; Michael Cawley, gone to Ireland; David Claxto, gone to Alabama; Wm. Cook, gone, listed; Robert Culbertson, gone; Michael Carens, gone; James Crow, gone to Holstein; David Carr, gone to Holstein; Robert Cowden, gone to Holstein; Abraham Delo, gone; Hugh Daugherty, gone; Frances Donarly, gone; Francis Donly, gone; Lazarus Erman, gone to Rockbridge; Charles East, gone; Robert Eperson, gone; Hugh Fulton, gone; Tobe Flatcher, gone; Mathias Gabert, removed to Rockbridge; Philip Greeves, gone; John Hutcheson, gone to Rockbridge; Joseph Homes, gone; Wm. Hughes, gone; Wm. Hinds, gone; John Hicks, twice returned; John Henry, gone; John Hyse, Wm. Burke's son-in-law; Gasper Hemp, gone; Jacob Hawck, gone; Robert Hand, gone; Mathew Huston, gone; William Kerr, gone to Holstein; James Kirkpatrick, gone; Hugh Kinkead, gone to Greenbrier; James Langsbay, gone; Robert Love, gone to Holstein; Jacob Leafaver (2 tithables), gone; Henry Lawrence, gone; James Mitchell, gone; James Matcherly, gone; Alexander Marten, gone; Daniell Miles, gone; John McMulin, gone; Joseph Marten, gone; John Martial, gone; Wm. Morrow, gone to Holstein; Montgomery _____, gone to Holstein; Moris Marten, gone; Thomas Marshal, gone; John Murdock, gone; Jno. McCleery (2 tithables), gone; Thomas Penal, gone; Sam'l Paxton, gone to Holstein; Mathew Patterson, gone; James Porterfield, gone; Seth Porterfield, gone; Wm. Ryan, gone; David Robertson, gone; Michael Reed, exempted; David Russel, gone; George Smith, gone; George Shields, gone; Joseph Tate, gone; Sam'l Thompson, gone to Holstein; Robert Thompson, gone to Holstein; David Winegar, gone to army; Wm. Worstly, gone toarmy; Peter Whitinghill, gone; Sam'l Young, gone to Holstein; James Yearly, gone; Alex. Black, Kentucky; Sam'l Black, gone; John Coger, gone; Alex. Crockett, gone; Michael Casady, gone; Joseph Dart, gone; Wm. Dolton, gone; John Douglass, gone; Barny Ecton, gone; Peter Fleisher (4 tithables), gone; Paul Flood, gone; Wm. Gum, gone; John Gardner, gone; James Gregory, gone; Alex. Hiner, gone; Moses Hinkle, gone; John Jordan (2 tithables); Thomas Jarvin, gone; Sam'l Knight, gone; Moses Knap, gone; Andrew Kinkead, exempted; Anthony Litsey, gone; Mordecai Lantren, gone; Thomas McClung, gone; Patrick Mooney (2 tithables), gone; James McGoveny, Pennsylvania; Alex. McClean, Kentucky; Jacob Moots, gone; John Moorland (2 tithables); John Morris, gone; Abram Mengram, Roger Nickman, gone; Henry Penagor, Jr., Robert Paton, gone; Thomas Paterson, gone; James Page, Greenbrier; Thomas Palmer, Rockbridge; Philip Roonamor, gone; George Rurard, gone; Patrick Savage, Rockingham; Wm. Smith, gone; Sebastine Smith, gone; James Smith, gone; Nicholas Simmon, gone; Sebastine Stone, gone; Thomas Stephenson, gone; Christian Snedicor, gone; George Underwood, gone; Isaac Wood, gone; John Wamsley (4 tithables), gone; Thomas Wamsley, Lodowick Waggoner (2 tithables); Robert Wallace gone; William Williams, gone; Richard Williams, gone; Col. John Dickeson, 1 mistake; Richard Madison, twice returned.
20 Nov. 178021 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 23, page 339
Part of 200 acres patented to Hugh Campbell, 25th September,
1746, and by him conveyed to William Alexander and descended to James Alexander as heir-at-law, corner John Alexander, Sr. Delivered: Mrs. Gibson, 9th August, 1784.
7 Aug. 178421 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 24, page 300
Part of 200 acres patented to Hugh Campbell 25th September,
1746. and by him conveyed to William Alexander and became the
property of said James Alexander, heir-at-law, and by him said James conveyed to his brother, John.
21 Mar. 178821 Records of the District Court, Circuit Superior Court and Circuit Court, Augusta County, Virginia
Hansbarger vs. Fowler--O. S. 186; N. S. 66
Bond by Robert and Wm. Fowler of Rockingham County to Anne Fowler, their mother, and Easter, their sister, dated 17th April, 1782. Letter dated Holstein River, Hawken County, 21st March, 1788, signed Edward and Mary Erwin, addressed to William Fowler, Rockingham County, Va.
Cousin William mentions aunt Ann and cousin Esther. William Fowler was appointed executor of Robert Fowler of Noluchudkie settlement before 1787. Ann Fowler was only child of Robert.
Deed 20th November, 1778, by Robert Fowler, Sr., and Anne of Rockingham County to his son, William Fowler, 147 acres on No. River, Shenando, part of 400 acres patented to Robert, 12th January, 1746. Recorded in Rockingham, 22d March, 1779. Answer by Agnes Brooks. Her late husband, Robert Fowler, in Knox County, Tenn., 1804; also by Ann Fleming, Moses Brooks. Saml. Fleming, same time and place. Robert Fowler, Jr., moved to Tennessee in April, 1784, where he married Agness Gamble and died testate in fall of 1784. His widow married Moses Brooks. His daughter, Anne, married Samuel Fleming. Patent by Dunwiddie to Robert Fowler, 1755, for 50 acres in Augusta on No. River, Shenando. Corner Hugh Campbell. Corner Charles Campbell. Corner Wm. Magill. Corner land Fowler now lives on. Patent by Gooch to Robert Fowler, 1746, 400 acres in Augusta on No. River, Shenando. Will of Robert Fowler dated 22d September, 1784. Wife, Agness; mother, Ann; his child; legatee, Easter Fowler.
Recorded in Washington County, No. Ca., 1st May, 1787. Will of Robert Fowler dated 11th September, 1777, of Augusta County. Eldest son, James; wife, Anne; sons, William; youngest son, Robert; daughters, Jean and Elizabeth and Esther.
1 Sept. 179121 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 27, page 297
Part of 200 acres patented to Hugh Campbell 25th September,
1746, and by him conveyed to William Alexander, and become property of James Alexander, heir-at-law.
18 Sept. 1838321 Greener Pastures, From the Tidewater to Texas and Beyond
Excerpt of a letter from John MaGill to his nephew Caleb MaGill
Dear Nephew, Caleb:
… My grandfather, William MaGill, migrated from Ireland in the year 1727 with the three sons named James, William and John, who was my father, and five daughters, to wit, Jane, who married William Dickson, he died, she married a McKee; Sarah married William Berry; Betty married James Berry, later John Jones; Esther who married Hugh Campbell; Ann, who married Robert Fowler. …

John Berry and Jane Campbell

 

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