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B.4.f. Rachel Berry {B.4.f.}

 

Timeline of Rachel Berry and James Trimble

 

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Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Birth of James Trimble

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Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Birth of Rachel Berry
Birth date estimate base don birth of her oldest child

177256,544

Annals of Southwest Virginia 1769 - 1800
Call to Reverend Cummings
A call from the united congregations of Ebbing and Sinking Springs, on Holston's River, Fincastle County, to be presented to the Rev. Charles Cummings, minister of the Gospel, at the Rev'd Presbytery, of Hanover, when sitting at the Tinkling Spring:
Worthey and Dear Sir: We being in very destitute circumstances for want of the ordinances of Christ's house statedly administered amongst us under distressing spiritual languishment, and multitudes perishing in our sins for want of the bread of life broken among us; our Sabbaths too much profaned, or at least wasted in melancholy silence at home; our hearts and hands discouraged; our spirits broken with our mournful condition, so that human language cannot sufficiently paint. Having had the happiness, by the good Providence of God, of enjoying part of your labors, to our abundant satisfaction, and being universally well satisfied by an experience of your ministerial abilities, piety, literature, prudence, and peculiar agreeableness of your qualifications to us in particular as a gospel minister. We do, worthey and dear sir, from our very hearts, and with the most cordial affection and unanimity, agree to call, invite and entreat you to undertake the office of a pastor among us, and the care and charge of our precious souls. And upon your accepting of this, our call, we do promise that we will receive the word of God from your mouth, attend on your ministry, instructions and reproofs, in public and private, and submit to the discipline which Christ has appointed in his church administered by you while regulated by the word of God, agreeably to our confession of faith and directory. And that you may give yourself up wholly to the important work of the ministry, we do hereby promise to pay unto you annually the sum of ninety pounds from the time of your accepting this, our call; and that we shall behave ourselves toward you with all that dutiful respect and affection that becomes a people towards their minister, using all means within our power to render your life comfortable and happy. We entreat you, worthey and dear sir, to have compassion upon us in this remote part of the world, and accept this our call and invitation to the pastoral charge of our precious and immortal souls, and we shall hold ourselves bound to pray. In witness whereof, we hereunto set our hands, this 5th day of January, 1773.
George Blackburn, Halbert McClure, Robert Craig, Augustas Webb, William Blackburn, Arthur Blackburn, Joseph Black, Samuel Briggs, John Vance, Nathaniel Davis, Jonathan Douglas, Westley White, John Casey, Samuel Evans, Wm. Berry, James Dorchester, Benjamin Logan, Wm. Kennerdy, John Cuzeck, James Fulkerson, Robert Edminston, Andrew McFerrin, James Piper, Stephen Jordan, Thomas Berry, Samuel Hendrey, James Harrold, Alexander McLaughlin, Robert Trimble, John Patterson, Samuel Newell, James English, Wm. Maguaghy, James Gilmore, David Wilson, Richard More, David Dryden, John Lowery, David Craig, Thomas Ramsey, Wm. McNabb, Wm. Christian, Robert Gamble, Samuel Wilson, John Davis, Andrew Colville, Andrew Martin, Joseph Vance, Wm. Laster, Wm. Poagee, Samuel Buchanan, Joseph Laster, Wm. Young, John Berry, John Boyd, Robert Buchanan, Wm. Davison, James Berry, Robert Kirkman, Thomas Evans, James Young, Samuel Huston, Martin Prewitt, Wm. Marlor, John Sharp, Henry Cardwell, Nicholas Brodeston, Wm. Edmiston, John Long, George Adams, Andrew Miller, Thomas Edmiston, Robert Topp, George Buchanan, Alexander McNutt, John Beaty, John Hunt, James Dysart, Wm. Prewitt, David Beaty, Thomas Bayley, Wm. Miller, John McCutcher, George Teetor, David Gatewood, Andrew Leiper, James Berry, Michael Halfacre, Alexander Breckinridge, David Snodgrass, James Trimble, Stephen Cawood, George Clark, Daniel McCarmack, William Berry, James Gower, James Moulden, Frances Kincannon, Moses Buchanan, Robert Buchanan, Jr., Wm. Blanton, Joseph Snodgrass, David Carjon, Edward Jamison, Christopher Acklin, James Thompson, Samuel Buchanan, Richard Heggons, James Craig, Robert Denniston, Wm. Beats, John Laster, Josiah Gamble, Wm. Edmiston, Wm. McMillan, Hugh Johnson, John McNabb, Andrew Kincannon, John Kennerdy, Edward Pharis, Christopher Funkhouser, John Kelley, Robert Lamb, Samuel White, John Frankhouser, Sr., John Robinson, Thomas Rafferty, Thomas Montgomery, John Frankhouser, Jr., James Kincannon, Thomas Baker, Samuel Bell, Thomas Sharp, Margaret Edmiston, John Groce, John Campbell.
We request the Rev. P. B., of Hanover, to present this, our call, to the Reverend Charles Cummings, minister of the gospel, and to concur in his acceptance of it, and we shall account ourselves happy in being your very obliged servants.

28 Sept. 1775652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Birth of Moses Trimble in Washington County, Virginia. (His name may be James Moses Trimble, or there was an unrecorded son named James Trimble.)

~1776652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Estimated birth date of Jane Trimble in Washington County, Virginia.

2 Feb 1779652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Birth of John Trimble in Washington County, Virginia

~1780652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Estimated birth date of Isabelle Trimble in Washington County, Virginia.

5 Feb. 1781525

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 1, page 35
In the name of God Amen, I , William Berry of the County of Washington & Colony of Virginia being of sound & disposing mind do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and form following way. In the first place that my lawful Dues be Collected & Debts Discharged. I bequeath to my son Thomas my Land and Plantation utensials a horse & saddle. I likewise I bequeath to my Wife Mary her living on the Plantation During her Widowhood and her choice of any one of the Mares with her Saddle to be at her disposal. Likewise two cows. In like manner I Will to my two daughters each a Mare and Saddle, two Cows and Calfs and an equal divide of the household furniture. The remainder of my stock I bequeath to be Equally divided between my Wife & Youngest children and to the child my wife is now pregnant with I bequeath Fifteen Hundred pounds of the present Currency now due to me to be laid out to the best advantage for the Child if it lives. & if not , to be divided equally between the Mother and Children Likewise I leave five Hundred Pounds to be laid out for the Schooling & use of the children. The remainder I bequeath to my Wife to be at her disposal. Lastly I do make and constitute for Exectors James Trimbell, James Berry & Thomas Berry Sr. witness when of I have vision to set my hand and Seal this fifth day of February in the year of our Lord 1781.
William Berry (Seal)

19 June 1781525

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 1
At a court held for Washington County
The Last Will and Testament of William Berry Deceased Exhibited in Court and proven by the Oath of James Berry a Witness thereto and by the oaths of Thomas Berry and James Trimble that the Deceased name signed to Said Will was the said William Berrys hand which Ordered to be Recorded Whereupon James Trimble, James Berry and Thomas Berry Executors therein named made Oath thereto in due form Whereupon they together with James Dysart & John Campbell entered into and Acknowledged their Bond in the Sum of Four Hundred pounds in Specie for the faithful Administration of the Said Decedants Estate. Ordered that John Lowry, John McCutchan, Alexander McNutt and David Carson or any three of them appraise the Estate of William Berry Deceased in Specie and make return to Court.

30 Aug. 178169

Washington County, Virginia Survey Book I, page 225
Surveyed for Andrew Russell 315 acres of land in Washington county by virtue of a Certificate from the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery Counties and agreeable to an act of the General Assembly of Virginia passed in May 1779, and lying on the South side of the Middle Fork of Holston River.
Beginning on two white oaks a corner to Thomas Montgomery’s land with his line;

S 36 E 77 poles to a Poplar and white oak;
S 23 E 153 poles to a black oak and white oak corner to John Crilly’s land;
S 70 W 92 poles crossing a branch to a white oak;
S 32 W 100 poles to a forked white oak;
S 70 W 96 poles to two white oaks, thence with James Trimble’s line;
S 70 E 40 poles to a white oak corner to James Berry & Trimble;
S 81 W 54 poles to two white oaks in a valley with James Trimble;
N 24 E 80 poles to two white oaks on the South side of a ridge;
N 19 W 80 poles to two large white oaks by a large rock;
N 20 E 80 poles to a white oak on a high ridge;
N 71 W 104 poles to two small white oak saplings
N 60 E 234 poles to the Beginning.

4 April 1783
David Carson, D.S.
Robt. Preston, S.W.C.
We the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery Counties do certify that Andrew Russell is entitled to four hundred acres of land in Washington County lying on the South side of the Middle Fork of Holston River to include his improvement, he having proved to the Court he was entitled to the same by actual settlement made in the year 1777. As witness our hands this 30th Augt. 1781
Teste: James Reid, C.C.C. Jas. Cabell, Harry Innes, R. Cabell, Commrs.

30 Aug. 178169

Washington County, Virginia Survey Book I, page 216
Surveyed for James Trimble 400 acres of land in Washington county by virtue of a Certificate from the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery Counties and agreeable to an act of the General Assembly of Virginia passed in May 1779, and on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River.
Beginning on two white oak saplings in a draft anc corner to Andrew Russell’s land with his lines

N 24 E 80 poles to a white oaks on a ridge;
N 19 W 80 poles to large white oaks by a large rock;
N 22 E 80 poles to a white oak on a ridge;
N 71 W 104 poles to two small white oaks, thence leaving Russell’s line;
N 80 W 67 poles to a Sugar Tree and white oak;
S 39 W 228 poles to two Pine trees on the side of a knob;
South 116 poles to a stake
S 68 E 240 poles to the Beginning.

27 April 1783
David Carson, D.S.
Robt. Preston, S.W.C.
We the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery Counties do certify that James Trimble is entitled to four hundred acres of land in Washington County on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River on the south side, to include his improvement, he having proved to the Court he was entitled to the same by actual settlement in the year 1771. As witness our hands this 30th Augt. 1781
Teste: James Reid, C.C.C. Jas. Cabell, Harry Innes, R. Cabell, Commrs.

1782491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Capt. Alexander Montgomery’s Precinct
James Trimble
1 tithable      James (~38)
5 horses
7 cattle

13 April 178269

Washington County, Virginia Survey Book I, page 39
Surveyed for James Berry 400 acres of land in Washington County by virtue of a certificate from the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery Counties, and agreeable to an Act of the General Assembly of Virginia passed in May 1779 and lying on the waters of the Middle fork of Holstein river.
Beginning at a large white oak on the southeast side of the knobs

N 64 1/2 E 200 poles to a black and white oak on west side of white run
N 10 W 40 poles corner with William Russell and James Trimble at 2 white oaks
N 81 E 74 poles to a white oak corner with John Crilliey and Andrew Russell
S 20 E 280 poles to two white oaks
S 70 1/2 W 40 poles to two white oaks on a ridge
S 46 W 90 poles to a chesnut on a ridge
S 79 W 120 poles to a white oak and Poplar on a ridge, corner with Robert Huston & Mary Berry
N 17 1/2 W 110 poles to two white oaks on the south East side of a branch on Mary Berrys line
N 34 W 150 poles to the Beginning.

13th April 1782
David Carson, D.S.
Robt. Preston, S.W.C
We the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery counties do certify that James Berry is entitled to four hundred acres of land in Washington County lying on the waters of the Middle fork of Holston river on the south side to include his improvements he having proved to the Court that he was entitled to the same by actual settlement made in 1771. As witness our hands this 30 of Augt. 1781.
Teste: James Reid, C.C.C.
Jas. Cabell, Harry Innes, R. Cabell, Commrs.

1783491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
J. Lowry’s Return
J. Trimble
1 white      James (~39)
4 horses
6 cattle

3 January 178379

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 1, page 83
Will of Moses Trimble wife (name not given) sons: Moses, Thomas & James Dau: Jain/Jane “which is due to me in Rockbridge County” land I now live on.Excs. Son Moses Trimble & George Edgar
Wit. James Berry, William Russell, Andrew Russell
Recorded 20 May 1785

24 April 178369

Washington County, Virginia Survey Book, page 260
Surveyed for James Trimble Sixty acres of land by virtue of a Virginia Land Office treasury Warrant in Washington County lying on the South side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River adjoining the lower end of his settlement.
Beginning on a Sugartree on the ?? side of the knobs;

S 39 W 229 poles to two pine trees on the side of the knobbs;
N 85 E 264 poles to a stake;
North 24 poles to two white oaks;
N 45 W 60 poles to the Beginning

24th April 1783
David Carson, D.S.
Robt. Preston, S.W.C.

1784491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
John Lowery’s Return
James Trimble
1 White Tithable      James (~39)
2 Horses
5 Cattle
Total Tax: .15.3

~1785652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Estimated birth date of Mary Trimble in Washington County, Virginia

1786491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
A List of Tithables and Taxable property taken within the bounds of Captain Edmondsons old Company and Captain Lowrey’s Company for the year 1786, by John Lowrey Gent.
James Trimble
1 White Tithable      James (~41)
3 Horses
6 Cattle

1787491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
John Lathim’s District
Person Charged with Tax: James Trimble
Names of White Male Tithables > 21: James Trimble (~42)
3 horses
6 cattle

~1788652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Estimated birth date of Hannah Trimble in Washington County, Virginia

25 Apr. 1788491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
John Lathim’s District
James Trimble
1 white male > 21      James (~43)
5 horses

2 Apr. 1789491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
Walter Preston’s District
James Trimble
1 white male > 16      James (~44)
6 horse

15 Apr. 1790491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
Walter Preston’s District
James Trimble
1 white males      James (~45)
2 horses

1790652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Estimated birth date of William Trimble in Washington County, Virginia.

2 Sept 1791491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
Walter Preston’s District
James Trimble
1 white male > 16      James (~46)
5 horses

1792491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
Walter Preston’s District
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~47), Moses (17 )
3 horses

23 Sept. 1793491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
Walter Preston’s District
James Trimble
1 white males > 16      James (~48)
6 horses

1 Oct. 179369

Washington County, Virginia Survey Book I, page 405
Surveyed for James Trimble 465 acres of land in Washington County by virtue of a Virginia Land Office Treasury Warrents: 190 aces by warrant No. 17335, and 75 acres by warrant No. 8146, and 200 acres by warrant No. 8703 and lying on a branch of the Middle Fork Holstein River, Beginning at 2 white oak saplins in a draft corner to John Ryburn’s land & with Ryburn’s lines ... on a ridge ... by a large rock ... on a ridge ... thence leaving Ryburn’s lines ... on a side of a knob ... on the north side of a hill ... on a dry branch ... (dated) 1 Oct 1793 Sig: David Carson, D.S., Robert Preston, S.W.C.

30 July 1794491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
Walter Preston’s District
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~49), Moses (19)
5 horses

30 Mar. 1797491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
3 white males > 16      James (~52), Moses (22), John (18)
1 horse

22 March 1799491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
3 white males > 16      James (~54), Moses (24), John (20)
5 horses
252 acres of land worth $140.00
Rates per acre: 3 - 4
Tax: 73

6 April 1799123

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 2, page 235
Know all men by these presents, That I, Francis Berry senior being in my right sences do make my last Will and Testament and do therefore appoint James Crow and James Trimble for my executors therefore if Samuel Dunlap does not pay for the land which was formerly my property purchased from me by said Samuel Dunlap before mentioned before my decease I do therefore authorize and impower said James Crow and James Trimble before mentioned being my executors, to receive ninty seven pounds lawful money of the currency of the State of Virginia from the said Samuel Dunlap above mentioned due to me by the said Samuel Dunlap for the ??? before mentioned sold by me to said Samuel Dunlap and when payment is made, the said James Crow and James Trimble is to give a right of said land to the above mentioned Samuel Dunlap and likewise to deliver up the bonds of said money, Above mentioned at the time of payment, And when I live and die I do therefore allow them to be reasonably and fully satisfied for the trouble and care they took of me during the term of time I abode with them. As for my son Francis I rest assured and am satisfied in my mind that he has received plenty both for the trouble he was at with me and his legacy likewise and I do then think proper to leave him in this my last Will and Testament one dollar and the remainder of my children namely Elizabeth Gibson and Thomas Berry to each one twenty shillings and my other three daughters namely Mary Johnston Rachel Trimble and Easter White the monies then remaining to be fairly and equally divided among them and do therefore acknowledge and certify this said Will and testament to be my true and genuine last Will and Testament and all other former Wills before made or caused to be made by me Francis Berry to be void, and this only to be my legal right and lawful last Will and testament as given under my hand and seal In the presence of John Ryburn John Trimble this sixth day of August one thousand and seven hundred and ninety nine 1799
by Francis Berry
Witness present
John Ryburn
John Trimble
James Trimble, Jr.

8 March 180059

Washington County, Virginia, Executor Bonds 1790 - 1836
KNOW all men by these presents that we James Trimble, James Crow and Sam'l McChesney are held and firmly bound to Wm. McCoun, Matthew W. Doughty, Jno. Davis, Elijah ____ Samuel Meeks, James White & Alexander Doran, Gent justices now composing the court of Washington in the sum of six hundred 66 dollar 67 cents To which payment well and truly to be made to the said justices and their successors we bind ourselves our heirs Executors or Administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Witness our hands and seals 18th day of March 18 The Condition of this is that if the said James Trimble & James Crow Executors of the last Will and Testament Fran.s Berry Deceased do make true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased which have or shall come to the possession or knowledge of them the said Trimble & Crow _____ or into the hands or possession of other person or persons for them and the same so made to exhibit into the county court of Washington at such time as shall be thereto required by the said Court and the same good chattels and credits do well and truly administer according to Law, and make a just and true account of their actings and doings therein when thereunto required by the said County; and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the Legacies specified and contained in the said will as far as the said goods chattels & credits will extend and the law charge you (according to the value thereof) then this obligation to void otherwise to remain in full force.
Signed Sealed & delivered James Trimble (seal)
in presence of James Crow (seal)
Sam.l McChesney (seal)
18 March 1800123 Washington County, Virginia, Will Book 2, page 235
At a court held for Washington County the 18th day of March 1800, this last Will and Testament of Francis Berry dec. was exhibited into court and proved by the oaths of John Ryburn and James Trimble jun. two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be seconded. And on the motion of James Trimble and James Crow the executors therein named who took the oath prescribed by law and together with Samuel McChesney their securities acknowledged their bond in the sum of six hundred 66 dollars by ants (?) conditioned as the law directs. A certificate for the probat of the said will is therefore granted them in due form
Attest
And. Russell D.C.

1801491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
4 white males > 16      James (~56), Moses (26), John (22), ?
4 horses

1802491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
3 white males > 16      James (~57), Moses (27), John (23)
6 horses

20 April 1802167

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 2, page 513
THIS INDENTURE made this twentieth day of April in the year our Lord one thousand eight hundred and two between James Crow and James Trimble Executors of the last Will and Testament of Francis Berry deceased of the one part and Samuel Delap of the other part all of Washington County and State of Virginia WITNESSSETH that whereas the said Francis Berry deceased in his life time did bargain and sell to the said Samuel Delap for the consideration of one hundred and forty pounds one hundred and forty acres of Land to the same more or less lying and being in the County of Washington on a branch of the middle fork of Holstein Granted to the said Francis By the Commonwealth of Virginia by Pattent dated the first day of May 1789; and whereas the said Francis by his last Will and Testament dated the sixth day of August 1799 duly proved and admitted to record in the County Court of Washington did authorise direct and empower his Executors to Convey to the said Samuel Delap the aforesaid tract of Land and premises. Now this Indenture
WITNESSETH that the said James Crow and James Trimble executors as aforesaid for and in consideration of the said sum of $140 to them in hand paid Do bargain and sell to the said Samuel Delap and his heirs forever the said one hundred and forty acres of Land be the same more or less and bounded as followeth to wit:
BEGINNING at three white oaks on the side of a knob and corner to Samuel Henrys land North twenty degrees West one hundred and thirty six poles to two white oaks, South forty two degrees West one hundred and twenty eight poles to a black oak and white oak North eleven degrees West twenty two poles to three white oaks a corner to Thomas Hill and with his line South twenty nine degrees West ninety eight poles to three white oaks South twenty three degrees East twenty two poles to a white oak and poplar South forty three[?] degrees eighty six poles to two white oaks by the knobs North forty six degrees East one hundred and sixty seven poles to the BEGINNING
with all its appurtenances TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said tract or parcel of Land with all its appurtenances to the said Samuel Delap and his heirs to the sole use and behoof of him the said Samuel Delap and his heirs forever and the said James Crow and James Trimble for the heirs of their said Testator do covenant with the said Samuel Delap and his heris that they the said James Crow and James Trimble for the heirs of their said Testator the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances to the said Samuel Delap and his haeirs against the claims of all persons whosoever will warrant and shall forever defent. In Witness whereof the said James Crow and James Trimble have hereunto sat their hands & affixed their seals the day and year first above written.
James Crow S.S.
James Trimble S.S.

20 April 1802167

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 2, page 513
At a Court held for Washington County the 20th day of April 1802. This Indenture of bargain and sale was acknowledged in Court by the above names James Crow and James Trimble Executors of the last Will and Testament of Francis Berry deceased and ordered to be recorded.
Attest. D. Campbell D.C.

12 August 1802167

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 2, pages 530, 531
THIS INDENTURE made the seventeenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and two between James Trimble and Rachel his wife of the one part and Joseph Rhea of the other part both of the County of Washington and State of Virginia
WITNESSETH the said James Trimble and Rachel his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds current money of Virginia the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge the said James Trimble and Rachel his wife hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said Joseph Rhea and heirs one certain tract or parcel of Land containing two hundred and thirteen acres and being in the county and State aforesaid being part and adjoining the Land the said Trimble lives on and is bounded as followeth to wit
BEGINNING at two white oaks on the North side of the second nobs thence North forty five degrees West two hundred and sixty six poles to a gum and dogwood on the South side of the first knob South thirty nine degrees West eighty poles to two pines of the South side of knobs South one hundred and forty poles to two white oaks by the end of a hill in a draught South forty five degrees East sixty poles on a day branch on north side of the second knob thence for a dividing line between said Trimble and said Rhea North twenty six degrees East two hundred and sixteen poles to the Beginning
with its appurtenances TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said tract or parcel of Land with its appurtenances unto the said Joseph Rhea his and heirs forever and the said James Trimble and Rachel his wife for themselves and their heirs do covenant with the said Joseph Rhea and his heirs that they the said James Trimble and Rachel his wife and their heirs the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Joseph Rhea and his heirs against all persons whosoever will warrant and defend. In witness whereof the said James Trimble and Rachel his wife hath subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day and year above written. Enterlined before signed.
James Trimble S.S.
Rachel Trimble S.S.

17 Aug. 1802167

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 2, pages 530, 531
At a Court held for Washington County the 17th day of August 1802.
This Indenture of bargain and sale was acknowledged in Court by the above named James Trimble and wife she having been first privily examined as the law directs and ordered to be recorded.
Attest D.C. Campbell D.C.

1804491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~59), John (25)
4 horses

1805491

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~60), John (26)
6 horses
(Moses Trimble in own household)

1806530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble, Sen.
2 white males > 16      James (~61), William (16)
6 horses
(James Trimble, Jr. in own household. This is either Moses Trimble. or an unrecorded son named James.)

28 May 1806532

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 3, pages 546, 547
THIS INDENTURE made this twenty eighth day of May one thousand eight hundred & six between James Trimble & Rachel his wife of the one part & Moses Trimble of the other part both of Washington County and State of Virginia
WITNESSETH that the said James Trimble & Rachel his wife in consideration of the sum of Eighty two dollars lawful money of this Commonwealth to them in hand paid by the said Moses Trimble at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have bargained and Sold and by these presents do bargin and sell each of us unto Moses Trimble his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parsel of land containing Eight three acres be the same more or less in the County of Washington and State aforesaid a part of the land the said Trimble now lives on lying and bounded as followeth
Begining on two white oak saplins in a draft North twenty four degrees East eighty poles to two White oaks on a ridge North nineteen degrees East eighty poles to two White oaks on a ridge North nineteen degrees West eighty poles to a large White oak near a big rock South fity seven degrees West sixty two poles to a dogwood and white oak North sixty six degrees West twenty poles to a dogwood and Gum on the side of a branch South twenty seven degrees West Ninety two poles to a white oak and black oak on Rays line South forty five degrees East eighty two poles to two White oaks near a knob south Eighty eight degrees East forty three poles to the BEGINNING
to have and to hold the said track or parsel of land with the tenements hereditaments and all and singular the premises herein before mentioned or intended to be barganed and Sold and every part and parcel thereof with every of their right members appurtainences unto the said Moses Trimble and his heirs and assigns forever and the said James Trimble and Rachel his wife; for themselves and their heirs the said land with all and singular the premises and appurtenance before mentioned unto the said Moses Trimble and his heirs and assigns free from the claims of themselves their heirs and assigns and all persons whatsoever and Will Warrent and forever defend in WITNESS Whereof the said James Trimble and Rachel his wife hath hereunto set their hands and Seales this day and year above written.
James Trimble (S.S.)
Rachel Trimble (S.S.)

20 Jan. 1807532

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 3, pages 546, 547
At a Court held for Washington County the
This Indenture of bargain and sale was acknowledged in Court by the within named James Trimble and Rachel his wife she having been first privily examined as the law directs and ordered to be recorded.
D. Campbell D.C.

1807530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble, Sen.
1 white males > 16      James (~62)
5 horses

1809530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~64), William (19)
4 horses

1810530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~65), William (20)
5 horses

1810538

Federal Census, Washington County, Virginia, page 204
James Trimble

1 male 16 – 25 William (20)
1 male > 45 James (65)
1 female > 45  Rachel

1811530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~66), William (21)
5 horses

1811-1820652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
Rachel (Berry) Trimble died in Washington County, Virginia

1812530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
2 white males > 16      James (~68), William (22)
7 horses

1813530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
1 white males > 16      James (~69), William (23)
3 horses

1814530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble, Sen.
1 white males > 16      James (~70)
3 horses
[Moses Trimble in own household]

1815530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
1 white males > 16      James (~71)
2 horses
[Moses Trimble in own household]

1816530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
1 white males > 16      James (~72)
2 horses
[William Trimble in own household]

1817530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
1 white males > 16      James (~73)
2 horses
[William Trimble in own household]

1819530

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Book 2
James Trimble
1 white males > 16      James (~75)
2 horses

1820653

Federal Census, Washington County, Virginia
William Trimble

2 males < 10  
1 males 26 – 45  William (~30)
1 male > 45  James (~76)
1 female < 10  
1 female 26 - 45 Unknown wife of William Trimble

9 Nov. 1823652

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry
James Trimble died in Washington County, Virginia

18 Nov. 1823709

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 5, page 143
Agreeable to an order of the County Court of Washington we proceed to view and appraise all the personals estate of James Trimble dec.d November 9th 1823.

 

Dol/Cts

Twenty nine dollars silver $29.00. Stray mare & bridle $35.00

64.

one cow & bell $6.00 Eleven harrowteeth $5. one pot rack 75 cts.

7.75

One lot of old iron tools 75 ct. One Smoothing iron 50 cts.

1.25

Two Candlestands & one coffe milk 25 cts. One saw & foot adds $2

2.25

One lot of iron tools 50 cts. One jointer & crose 75 cts.

1.25

One glass & two razors 50 cts. One hammer 12 1/2 cts.

.62

One gimblet & shovel & tongs $1.25. One Reel .50 cts. One skillet .25 cts

3.25

One pair of Stilliards $1.25. One Reel .50 cts. One skillet .25 cts

2.

One bedsted & cord $1. One pot & hooks 62 1/2 cts. One bag 50 cts

2.12

One Confession of faith 50 cts. Books wrote by Wm. 87 1/2 cts

1.37 1/2

Three books $1. Three books 25 cts. five old books 50 cts

1.75

One Hackle 50 cts. One Dresser 30 cts. One keg 25 cts

1.25

Two charis 25 cts. two bottles 50 cts. One half log chain 75 cts.

1.50

One old chest

.62

 

$91.

Being Sworn we have viewed and appraised all the personal estate of James Trimble deceased shewn to us by the administrator agreeable to the best of our judgment. Given under our hands this 18th day of November 1823.
William Trimble Administrator
John Reid
Jacob Mickle
Isaac McQuown

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