10 Feb. 1745/4621
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 1, page 23
George and Robert Brackenridge to David Doack, £42, Virginia money; 300 acres in
Beverley Manor, being the tract George now lives on. Acknowledged by both, 10th
13 Aug. 174721
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 1, page 330
Wm. Beverley to Helen Mitchell, widow, £6.8.6; 200 acres in Beverley Manor;
Brackenridge's line; corner to Teat's line; corner to David Doak; John
Lockhart's corner; John Teat's land. Witnessed and proved as above.
26 Mar. 174821
Augusta County, Virginia Parish Vestry Book, page 17
James Fulton and John Mitchell make returns, viz: 1748, 26th March, processioned
for Samuel Doak, present Samuel Braford; processioned for John Mitchell, present
Samuel Doak; processioned for Samuel Braford, present Samuel Doak; processioned
for John Buchanan, present James Cowen; processioned for Martha Mitchell
(widow), present John Buchanan; processioned for James Cowen, present David
Mitchell; processioned for David Moor, present Jas. Cowan; processioned for
Robert Wilson, present Andrew Alexander; processioned for Andrew Alexander,
present Robert Wilson; processioned for Patrick Campbell, present Joseph Reed;
processioned for Joseph Reeds, present Chas. Campbell; processioned for Chas.
Campbell, present Pat. Campbell; processioned for Patrick Hays, present Wm.
Robinson; processioned for Robert Alexander, present Robert Ramsey; processioned
for Robt. Ramsey, present Pat. Hays; processioned for Sarah Ramsey (widow),
present Robt. Ramsey; processioned for John Lockhart, present Pat. Hays;
processioned for Thos. Beard, present John Lockhart; processioned for Samuel
Wilson, present Robert Wilson; processioned for David Doak, present
Samuel Wilson; processioned for Eleanor Mitchell (widow), present Robert Wilson;
processioned for John Teats, present Thos. Beard; processioned for James Linn,
present Samuel Doak; processioned for John Brownlee, present Wm. Smith;
processioned for George Breckinridge, present, Breckenridge; processioned for
James Robinson, present Anthony Black; processioned for Anthony Black, present
Jas. Robinson; processioned for Wm. Robinson, present Robinson; processioned for
Jas. Fulton, present Alex. Brownlee; processioned for Samuel Steel, present John
20 May 175521
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 7, page 132
Beverley to John Kirkpatrick, £3, 200 acres in Beverley Manor; Thomas
Kirkpatrick's old line by the Back Creek; Saml. Sprouls line. Same to David Doak,
£3, 100 acres in Beverley Manor; corner said Doak's old survey. Delivered:
Robert Doak, March, 1768.
Augusta County, Virginia, List of Delinquents
Between Borden's Line and ye Courthouse, from Mountain to
Mountain: George Berry, twice returned; David Doak, Constable; Barnet Finley,
listed soldier; Jno. Henderson, Constable; Benj. Lewis, Robt. Ritchey, Jno.
Young, Constable; Jos. Bell, twice returned; Wm. Chooks, Chas. Dickson, Robt.
Gilkison, Constable; Edward Hall, twice returned; John Harry, Dan'l Kidd,
Constable; Robt. Moore, Jno. Nicholas, twice returned; Jas. Orrey, John
Hamilton, Constable; Andrew Cowen, twice returned; Jas. Dovin, not found; Hugh
Fulton and brother, Ure Love, Hugh Nanson, David Richards. Wm. Armstrong, twice
returned; George Campbell, listed soldier; Colby Tue, Nath'l Fibs, no distress;
Thos. Gardner, twice returned; Jno. Hogshead, twice returned; Jas. Craige,
Constable; Jno. McCay, Constable; Wm. Mathews, twice returned; Thos. Thompson,
Andrew Campbell, Constable.
Augusta County, Virginia Parish Vestry Book, page 176
Processioned by John Tate and Samuel Doak, in Cap. James Mitchell's Company, viz:
for Widow Mitchell, for Wm. Thompson, for James Robinson, for Charles Campbell,
for Saml. Brawford, for John Mitchell, for Saml. Doak, for Widow Fulton, for
Robt. Alexander, for Nathl. and Robt. Steele, for David Hays, for Helen Mitchell
and Jno. Tate, for David Doak, for James Cowan, for Robert Sayers, for John
Campbell, for Pat. Campbell, for John Ward, for Widow McTyre, for John and Alex.
Brownlee, for Saml. Steele, for Patrick Hays, for John Fulton, for Thomas Tate,
for Robert Willson.
20 Nov. 175921
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 8, page 198
Helenor (Helander) ( ) Mitchell to Robt. Mitchell, £5, 200 acres in Beverley
Manor, Robt. Wilson s line; corner Jno. Teate (Tate), David Doack's land; Jno.
Lockart s corner.
Teste: James Kowan.
19 May 176121
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 8, page 247
John Mitchel to Thomas Mitchel, £10, 234 acres in Beverley Manor, part of 609
acres conveyed to John by Beverley, 13th August, 1747; cor. Samuel Braford.
Teste: John Finley, Robert Wilson, David Doack. Delivered: Thos. Mitchell, 3d
30 Oct. 176221
Augusta County, Virginia Marriage Licenses
James Arbuckle; January 13, James Kerr; January 18, Edward Long; February 7,
James Moffett; February 16, John Reaburn;
February 17, John Patterson; February 18, John Carlile; February 25, Samuel
Cowdon; March 13, Adam Thompson; March 18, Robert Murphy; March 25, James Hill;
April 6, Andrew Lockridge; April 17, William Poage; April 23, Robert Allen;
April 27, Thomas Poage; May 3, James Robertson; May 4, Thomas Nonyer, Drury
Puckett; May 18, Joseph Blackwood; May 25, Andrew Russell; June 6, Thomas
Rafferty, Michael Coger,
Wm. Robinson; June 19, Charles Lewis; July 20, William Tees; August 18, Robert
Stuart, Robert Gorrell; September 13, George Mathews; September 25, James
McAfee; September 30, Samuel McMurtry; October 30, David Doage, James Crawford;
November 6, Samuel McKee; November 16, Joseph Montgomery, Philip Watkins;
November 20, John McCreery; December 7, Samuel Hamilton; December 13, Pat.
Martin, Gent.; December 24, Samuel Lawrence; December 29, John Lyle.
15 Apr. 176521
Augusta County, Virginia Order Book 9, page 335
Wm. Elliott, provisions. John Finley, provisions. Mary Trimble, relict of John
Trimble, for horse of John's impressed and provisions. Wm. Armstrong,
provisions. Henry Criswell, horse impressed. Samuel Wilson, provisions and horse
impressed. John Miller, provisions. David Doage, provisions. Ralph Laverty,
provisions. Thos. Beard, provisions. John Trimble, provisions. Nathan Gilliland,
carriage of "flower". John McClary, provisions.
Augusta County, Virginia Parish Vestry Book, page 441
Processioners' returns, by Thos. Shields and Jas. Meteire,
viz: For Patt. Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for Robt. Willson, for Thos. Brown,
for Wm. Thompson, for Pat. Hays, for John Ward, for Wm. Purrens (Purvens), for
James Henry, for Nathl. Steele, for Geo. Bright, for Roben Mitchel, for Robt.
Alexander, for Wm. Walker, for Roben Willson, for John Mitchell, for James
Mitchell, for John Buchanan, for David Cunningham, for Wm. Campbell, for Thomas
Mitchell, for James Meteire, for Hugh Hays, for Reuben Steele, for Thomas
Steele, for Thomas Shields, for David Doake, for John Teate, for Samuel Doake,
for Samuel Brawford,
for James Cowan, for Saml. McCutchen, for Alex. Campbell, for James Moffett, for
Wm. Cunningham, for David Doake, for Hugh Fulton and James Fulton, for Saml.
Steele, for Alex. Brownlee, for John Brownlee.
15 Mar. 176821
Augusta County, Virginia, Order Book 11, page 489
Hemp certificates: Peachy Ridgeway Gilmore, David Doak, John McKee, Jacob
Anderson, Ro. Allison, Rob. Rodgers.
15 Nov. 176821
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 15, page 186
William Dean and Mary to Hugh Davis, of York County, Pennsylvania, £5, 550 acres
in Beverley Manor, part of 800 acres formerly belonging to Patrick Cook; corner
William Dean; Corner David Campbell.
Teste: Patt. Cunningham, David Doack.
Delivered: Hugh Davis, March, 1770.
2 Feb. 176921
Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, page 203
Robert Wilson's estate appraised (Mary Wilson, executrix), by John Tate, Robert
Alexander, John Fulton, David Doack.
16 May 176921
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 15, page 474
David Doack and Mary ( ) to John Alexander, of York County, Pennsylvania, £310,
Teste: Randal Lockhart, John Finley, William Doack.
Delivered: David Doack, November, 1771.
5 Nov. 177121
Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, page 497
Saml Doak's will, farmer--To wife, Jane; to daughter, Elinor, unmarried; to
wife, to have disposal of all household furniture at her Pleasure to her 3
daughters, Elinor, Mary, Isbel; to son, John; to oldest son, David, plantation
David now lives on as Robert Doak laid it off; to son, Samuel, plantation at
head waters of Rockfish in Amherst; to son, John, plantation testator lives on;
to son, Robert, tract testator formerly lived on in Rockfish, joining Capt.
Crawford; daughters, Jane and Elizabeth.
Executors, wife Jane, son David, son-in-law Wm. Brown. Brother-in-law John
Finley and John Tate to advise executors.
Teste: John and James Mitchel, William Tate, John Tate, Jr. Proved, 19th May,
1772. by James Mitchel and the Tates. David Doack qualifies
with John Tate. Nathaniel Steel.
18 Nov. 177121
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 17, page 438
John Alexander to Nathaniel Steel, mortgage, £120, tract whereon John now lives,
400 acres conveyed to him by David Doage and whereon he formerly lived.
Teste: Francis Patton, David Doage.
Delivered: Nathaniel Steel, April, 1773.
17 Nov. 177221
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 19, page 5
John Alexander and Mary to David Humphress in Beverley Manor. First sold by
Beverley to George Breckinridge and by him transferred to David Doak.
Delivered: David Humphries, 24th November, 1774.
17 Sept. 177921
Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 23, page 144
William ( ) Jordan, Jr., and Mary to John Kingin. Delivered to Jno. Redmon,
November Court, 1781, patented to David Bell and by him conveyed to said
William. Teste: Thomas Wright, Anthony Johnston, William ( ) Jordan, John
Teste: Hugh Tarbet, Robert and David Doak.
6 Jan. 178721
Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds and Marriages, page 301
James Berry and John Berry, surety. James Berry and Jennie Doak, daughter of
David and Jannet Doak (consent).
Teste: Robert Doak, John Doak.
2 Aug. 179321
Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 8, page 66
James Meteer's will--To wife, Elizabeth; to 3 sons, William, James, Samuel.
Executors, wife Elizabeth and son William,
Teste: Samuel McCutchen, David Doak,
James Mitchell, John Wake, Samuel Doak.
Proved, September Court, 1793, by the
Doaks and James Mitchell, Jr. Executors qualify.
11 Mar. 179921
Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage Licenses, Marriage Bonds and Marriages, page 333
John Lerew and Saml. Doke, Jno. McClelland, sureties.
John Lerew and Elizabeth Doke, daughter of David Doke, sister to Saml.Doke, and
of age. John is son of Jacob Larew, who consents.
26 June 1799519
Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 9, page 215
IN the name of God amen. I David Doak of Augusta County and State of Virginia
being weak in body by reason of sickness but sound of mind memory and Judgment
Blessed be God and calling to mind the mortality of the body that it is for all
men to die do this 26th day of June in the year of out Lord one thousand seven
hundred and ninety nine make ordain and publish this my last will and testament
in manner following to wit I resign up my soul to God who gave it and my body to
be buried at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the last day
both shall be united in Glory and respecting that part of the good things of
this world which it hath pleased God to bless me with after my just debts is
paid I dispose of and Bequeath as follows Viz: Imprimis I Bequeath to my Beloved
wife Jennet Doak her living off this plantation that I now live on during her
natural life & while she remains my widow and I allow my two sons Samuel and
David Doak who gets the land to support her and the rest of my children that is
to get their living off this plantation and each of my sons to be at equal
Expense in supporting s.d. family. But if my wife thinks proper to live by
herself without depending on her two sons I allow her a certain part of my
plantation (during her natural life or while she remains my widow) for her
support that is to say I allow her to have the management of and the Benefits
arising from all my lands that lies on the South side of the great -?- including
the dwelling house and to --?-- from line to line and after her decease s.d.
land is to go to my two sons agreeable to the division that is to be made to
them. I also bequeath to her my negro named Abraham (during her natural life or
widdowhood) for the support of her and my children and at her Decease he is to
be sold & divided between my two sons to enable them to make up the Legacies
that is left to the rest of my Children. I also bequeath to my wife one third of
all my stock and farming tools after just debt and specific Legacies is made up
and the disposal and management of all the household furniture which stock
farming tools and household is to be given to her agreeable to the appraisement
of such things as she thinks proper to take. Item I Bequeath to my daughter to
my daughter Jenny Berry five shillings for her Birth right Item I Bequeath to my
daughter Rosanah Doak my negro girl named Hannah to her during her natural life
and to desc.ds to her issue but is she dies without issue then s.d negro girl is
to come back and her Value to be divided between my sons Saml & David Doak. I
also bequeath to Rosannah a young mare Equal to Samls mare N--?-- --?-- her
saddle bridle bed and bedding or furniture fitting for the Sorrel and such a
quantity of Stock and household furniture as her mother thinks fit to give her
living and maintainance for herself and negro and cratures of that part of the
land alloted to my wife during her unmarried State. Item I Bequeath to my
daughter Betsy five shillings for her Birth right as I intend o give her her
divide immedietly. Item I Bequeath to my two sons Samuel and David Doak to each
of them one half of this land that I now live on part to ther theirs after my
Decease and the other part after their mother's decease which said Land is to be
Equally divided considering quantity quality and improvement to be theirs and
their heirs and assigns forever. I also Bequeath to Each of them a negro boy
that is to Saml his negro boy Andw. and to David Dinnise I allow bequeath to
then an Equal Share in my Grist Mill and saw mill and still with the
appartainance thereto belonging reserving to my wife if she thinks proper to
live by herself one fourth of the profits arising from the Grist Mill I also
Bequeath to Each of my sons a young mare that is to say to Saml N-?- and to
David a young filly named his with the remainder of all personal Estate not
Bequeathed I also allow my negro woman June to be sold and her price to be
appropriated for to enable my two sons to make up the following Legacys and to
pay and to pay my just debts and my waggon I allow to be continued on the
plantation for the use of my widow and all my children that lives thereon. Item
I Bequeath to my five daughters (Viz) Paggy, Fanny, Dorces, Polly and Elly Doak
to Each of them a little negro girl to be given to Each of them by my two sons
Saml & David out of the Land to them and their issue but is no issue to return
--?-- back to my two sons. I Bequeath to each of my above named daughers a
tolerable good horse creature saddle and Bridle and such Stock and household
furniture as their mother thinks proper to give them but if their mother should
be Called off before the[y] get married I allow my Executors to Give them nearly
as much as Rosannah gets. I also allow all of my children to be Schooled what is
common out of the profits of my Mills and Still or to be Learned as fare as is
necessary for children. I also my five daughters and son Hugh to get their
living with their mother or to be supported off this plantation until the[y]
change their way of living. Item I Bequeath to my son Hugh Doak his schooling as
far as a good English Schoolar to paid out of the profits arising out of the
land and if he appars to have a turn for learning and an inclination thereto I
allow my two sons Saml & David to put him to learning and support him at the
same until he gets through and them to give him a horse and saddle but if he
appears to have no capacity no inclination for the same after he is --?--
English scholar I allow him to be put to a trade such as he with the advise of
my Executors will Choose and when he has learned the trade and is of age I
Bequeath to him one hundren pounds and a horse and saddle for to enable him to
follow his trade which money is to be given him out of the land and appurtance
thereto belonging & I hereby by Constitute and appoint my beloved wife Jennet Doak Executrix and my sons Samuel and David Doak Executors of my whole Estate
and I appoint and choose James Berry Guardian for my infant Children and I do
hereby revoak and disanul and wills and Testaments by me heretofore made and do
---?--- Establish and publish this my las will and Testament. In Witness I David Doak have hereto set my hand seal this day and year above written.
David Doak (seal)
Sign.d Sealed and acknowledged by David Doak as his last will and testament in
the presence of us who were at the sign Sealing and acknowledging of the same
28 June 1803519
Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 9, page 215
At a Court held for Augusta County for Monday the 28th day of June 1803 This
last Will Testament of David Doak deceased was proved by the oaths of Thomas
Mitchell James Meteer & Samuel Meteer the witnesses thereto, and ordered to be
recorded and on the motion of Samuel Doak and David Doak the Executors therein
named, who made oath according to law and together with Robert Doak and James
Mitchell their securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the
penalty them for obtaining a probat thereof in due form. It appearing from the
Certificate of Jennet Doak the Executors therein named that she refuses to take
upon herself the burden of the execution thereof. Teste.