Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia
Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta
County, 1745-1800Submitted by Kathleen firstname.lastname@example.org
by Lyman Chalkley
: First number listed
is the page in the volume the information is on. Second number
(#15) is the page of the court record the information came from.
Everything is copied exactly from the book except where I could
not find the name. If it says to see Benjamin, then you look
under Benjamin and the page. Beware of typos.
Any questions give me a hollar over the email.
Complete In Three Volumes
Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1980; Originally Published: 1912
ISBN, Volume I, o-8063-0893-1
Augusta County Court Records.
Order Book No. I. pages 13-35
Order Book No. II. pages 35-45
Order Book No. III pages 45-59
Order Book No. IV pages 59-70
Order Book No. V pages 70-77
Order Book No. VI pages 77-89
Order Book No. VII pages 89-104
Order Book No. VIII pages 104-114
Order Book No. IX pages 104-124
Order Book No. X pages 124-133
Order Book No. XI pages 133-147
Order Book No. XII pages 147-153
Order Book No. XIII pages 153-158
Order Book No. XIV pages 159-169
Order Book No. XV pages 169-181
Order Book No. XVI pages 181-207
Order Book No. XVII pages 207-228
Order Book No. XVIII pages 228-238
Order Book No. XIX pages 238-245
Order Book No. XX pages 246-256
Order Book No. XXI pages 256-266
Order Book No. XXII pages 266-275
Order Book No. XXIII pages 275-284
Order Book No. XXIV pages 284-292
County Court Judgments pages 292-305
Different Court Judgments and abstracts to the end
of volume I.
- pg. 90 #15 May 20, 1761 Benj. Harrison qualified
admr. of Gideon Harrison.
- pg. 101 #363 November 18, 1762 Benj. Harrison, Andrew
Bird and Abraham Bird took the oaths as Captains of Militia.
- pg. 153 #490 November 17, 1768 Highway surveyor:
Henry Erwin, vice Benjamin Harrison, from Linvell's Creek to Mole
- pg. 157 #234 June 23, 1769 Overseer of road: William
Herren, vice Benj. Harrison
- pg. 187 #101 March 19, 1776 Administration of estate
of Mark Banister --to Benj. Harrison.
- pg. 364 May 1771 (A) Sarah and Benjamin Harrison,
Executors of Daniel Harrison, deceased vs. James Blair, John Graham,
Jr. and Sr., Lanty Graham and John Vaub ("Graham" is
spelled "Grimes"). --Defendant. Writ, 1st September,
- pg. 371 May 1778 (B) Benjamin Harrison vs. Michael
Law.--Qui tam., 19th August, 1774.
- pg. 406 August 1796. Samuel Anderson's deposition
15 February, 1791, before Benjamin Harrison, a Justice of Bourbon
- pg. 481 December 1790. Benjamin Harrison listed
as a juror as well as Reuben Harrison in unrelated court case
over a will.
- pg. 482 12 September 1801. by order of Rockingham
County Court, surveyed for Benjamin Harrison, 1,129 1/2 acres
on both sides of Cook's Creek (including the spring of the main
branch of said creek), including the ten following tracts, viz.:
831/2, part of 100 acres, part of 1,264 acres, patented, 26th
March 1739, to McKay, Hite, Duff and Green, and conveyed by deeds,
18th June, 1749, to Robert McKay, Jost. Hyte, Robert Green, and
Robert Green, sole heir of the will of William Duff to Samuel
Wilkins, and by him to Daniel Harrison, 27th February, 1749; --
acres patented to -- Harrison, 25th September, 1746; -- acres
patented to Daniel Harrison, 10th September, 1755. These three
tracts willed by Daniel Harrison, to said Benjamin Harrison by
will, 8th June 1767. 165 acres patented to John Edwards, 20th
September, 1768, and by him willed to Benjamin Harrison, 31st
October, 1775. 130 acres patented to Thomas Gordon, 19th August,
1758, and by him deeded to Benjamin, 20 January, 1793. 32 1/2
acres, new survey, dated 21st February, 1801 as assignee of Alexander
Herring, of George Lang, Jr. , of George Picket, part of said
Picket's warrant for 3,000 acres, dated 13th August, 1763. 38
3/4 acres, a new survey, dated 21 February, 1801, for 16 acres
as assignee of Alexander Herring, of William Russell, part of
said Russell's warrant for 1,000 acres, dated 13th February, 1782,
and for 23 3/4 acres as assignee of Jacob Bare, part of his warrant
acres, assignee of John Harrison, part of his exchange warrant
for 750 acres, dated 29th May, 1800. One acre, new survey, by
warrant for 3,000 acres, dated 13th August, 1783, assignee of
Alexander Herring, of George Lang, Jr., of George Picket. 421
acres, new survey, dated 20th March, 1801, by these warrants,
for 50 acres he is assignee of Alexander Herring, of William Oliver,
of William Russell, part of his warrant, 13th August, 1783; for
371 acres he is assignee of John Harrison, part of his warrant,
8th May, 1800. 41 acres surplus bond by warrants, viz.: for 29
acres, dated 8th May , 1801. For 12 acres he is assignee of Alexander
Herring, of George Lang, Jr. , of George Pickett, part of his
warrant for 3,000 acres, dated 13th August, 1783. Of the whole,
plat and metes and bounds.
- Pg. 483 District Court Executions September, 1794
(A to I). A letter to George Moffett, Gent. Greeting: Know you
that from the special trust and confidence which is reposed in
your fidelity, courage, activity and good conduct, our Governor,
with the advice of the Council of State, and on the recommendation
of the worshipful Court of the County of Augusta, doth appoint
you, the said George Moffett, County Lieutenant of ye Militia
of the said County of Augusta, to take rank as such from the nineteenth
day of November, 1783. In testimony whereof, these our letters
are made patent. Witness: His Excellency, Benjamin Harrison,
Esq., our said Governor, at Richmond, this sixth day of April,
1784. (Signed) Benj. Harrison. (Registered.) Seal.
- pg. 371 May, 1774 (A). Burr Harrison vs. Valentine
Sevier. --Debt. Writ 25th November, 1773. "Not found."
- pg. 373 May 1779 (M). Burr Harrison, of County Dunmore,
vs. Josiah Davison. -- Bond, 11th March, 1773.
- pg. 445 Original Petitions and papers Filed in the
County Court.1755-6-7. Burr Harrison's bond as assistant surveyor,
22d November, 1754.
- pg. 355 March 1769 C. H. Harrison vs. Dr. William
Fleming. -- Order, 18th October, 1766, by plaintiff on defendant.
Cash lent you at Benj. Mosby's, while I served in the Virginia
Regiment. (Endorsed) Accepted, May 28, 1767, Bedford Court House.
Wm. Fleming. To Dr. Fleming in Staunton.
- pg. 458 March 1769 (A). Harrison vs. Fleming.--Sir:
--Be so kind to pay Mr. Edmd. Winston, or order, the sum of five
pounds, seven shillings and six pence, cash lent you at Benjamin
Mosby's, while I served in the Virginia Regiment, and you will
oblige, your humble servant. (signed) C. H. Harrison. October
18, 1766. To Dr. Fleming, in Staunton. Accepted, 28th May, 1767,
Bedford Court House. (Signed) Wm. Fleming.
- pg. 124 #8 Augusta county Court Records Order Book
No. X. October 16, 1765. Catherine, wife of Jeremiah Harrison,
Priv. examination commission.
- pg. 263 #341 Augusta County Court Records Order Book
No. XXI November 16, 1790 Cuthbert Harrison admitted attorney.
- pg. 31 #255 Augusta County Court Records Order Book
No. I August 20, 1747. John O'Neal ordered to be recognized to
the peace, especially towards Danl. Harrison.
- pg. 40 #377 Order Book No. II Robert Harrison, son
of Daniel Harrison, owned 230 acres on Dry Forks of Smiths Creek.
- pg45 #609 Order Book No. II June 1, 1751 Daniel Harrison
appointed next friend to his son, Robert Harrison in order to
bring suit vs. John O'Neal.
- pg. 49 #216 Order Book No. III November 29, 1751.
Daniel Harrison--qualified Under Sheriff.
- pg. 53 #312 Order Book No. III August 19, 1752. Daniel
Harrison, qualified Captain of a Co. of Foot.
- pg. 65 #319 Order Book IV October 10, 1745. John
Brown, allowed for patrolling; Danl. Harrison allowed for patrolling.
- pg. 68 #492 October 25, 1755 Daniel Harrison, Patrolling.
- pg. 69 #504 November 21, 1755. Danl. Harrison vs.
Joseph Bryan-- Attach. was levied before deft. removed out of
the Co. and is dismissed.
- pg. 75 #302 December 3, 1756 Claims, propositions
and grievances: Danl. Harrison, for ranging and provisions expended
in his Company.
- pg. 92 #61 August 19, 1761 Danl. Harrison appd. and
quald. guardian to Jane Claypole, infant orphan of Wm. Claypole.
- pg. 122 #414 May 25, 1765 Daniel Harrison vs. John
Seviar and Arthur Trader.-- One of the defendants returned no
- pg. 302 May 1750 (A) Daniel Harrison bid on the building
of the Court House and says his was the lowest, but the Commissioners
refused to give the contract to him, and he petitions the Court
to know the reasons why.
- pg. 305 Judgments At Rules August 1752 Harrison vs.
O'Neal.--Robert Harrison, infant, by Daniel Harrison, his father
and next friend.
- pg. 309 November 1753 Daniel Harrison vs. Samuel
Wilkins. --Attachment. Daniel Harrison's account vs. Wilkins, dated
- pg. 313 March 1756 (A) King vs. O'Neal -- petition
as follows: "To the worshipful Court of Augusta County.
The petition of sundry inhabitants of this County by the North
Mountain, in Captain Harrison's and Captain Love's Companies,
humble sheweth: That your petitioners are daily troubled by John
O'Neal, a person of evil fame, who, being ill natured, evil designing,
citigious, wicked man, he often takes occasion to come to the
houses of some of your petitioners and then designedly raises
and foments disputes with them in which he makes use of the most
opprobrious and abuseful words he can invent, and as he is bound
to the peace, dares any one to strike him, therefore, should any
of us strike or beat him we know not what might be the consequence
as we are unacquainted with the law and his usual manner threatens
to shoot us if he sees any of us out of our own plantations, that
he will do us all the damage he can by killing our horses, cattle,
&c., and when reproved of his misbehavior he tells us that
if he does any action, be it ever so bad, that he will be cleared
by this Court for two pieces of eight. His behavior is such
that your petitioners are afraid to leave their families to go
about their lawful affairs, not knowing but he may fulfill his
threats before our return by killing our wifes or children, burning
our houses, or doing some other irreparable damage, and , as doubtless
your Worships is well acquainted with the behavior of this malicious
man, we hope you will take our case into consideration and fall
upon some method to hinder him from being guilty of such outrages
and irregularities for the future. That we, being subjects to
his Majesty and the laws of the Dominion, may be no longer abused
by such a person in the above manner, and your petitioners, as
in duty bound, shall ever pray. --Daniel Harrison, Robert Harrison
- pg. 324 August 1759 Benj. Kendley vs. Capt. Daniel
Harrison.--1754. To 20 days' service as Lieutenant of the Militia
under your command at 25 lbs. tobacco per day. (Signed) Benj.
- pg. 334 March 1765 (B) McGill vs. Daniel Harrison.--
Bond by Daniel Harrison, Jr., dated January 17, 1764. pg.
- pg. 340 March 1765 (B) McGill vs. Harrison. -- Daniel
Harrison Jr., of Augusta. Bond to James Magill, January 17, 1764.
- 343 March 1767 (A) Faris vs. Harrison.-- In 1759
John Faris bought a horse from George Anderson. Shortly afterwards
George left the Colony. Edward McGarry shortly after George left
forged an endorsement on the bond to Daniel Harrison, and then
absconded. Robert Harrison was a son of Daniel, and then, after
George's departure, lay on his death bed. Note dated 12th May,
1759, payable 1st August next. (Signed) John Pheris.
- 347 May 1768 (A). Alexander Herron vs. Quin, Ejectment.
-- Daniel Harrison, 66 or 67 years old, deposes, 16th December,
1767: He was present when Colonel James Woods, then surveyor of
the County of Orange (now Augusta) ran the lines in dispute.
John Craven, aged 45, says same. William Gregg, aged 30, says
same. John Harris was dead at time of taking this deposition.
- 349 October 1765 (D). John Hope vs. Daniel Harrison.
-- Hope was Deputy Sheriff, and fearing his account would be short,
went to Carolina, &c.
- 350 March 1767 (A). John Pharis vs. Daniel Harrison.
-- George Anderson and William Cravens are going out of the Colony,
29th September, 1764.
- 352 May 1768 (A) Herron vs. Gwinn. -- Papers withdrawn.
Deposition of Daniel Harrison et als.
- 357 March 1769 (A). Daniel Harrison vs. Jonathan
Douglas. --Bill for foreclosure of mortgage filed 1768. Mortgage,
1763, of 300 acres, part of 2 tracks containing 400 acres each,
whereof Nicholas and Henry Mace and Patrick Quin possessed the
other part, the one tract granted to Douglas by Thomas Beal of
Frederick County, Maryland, by deed 2d July, 1755, the other patented
to Douglas, 11th July, 1761, on head of Broad Run, a branch of
North River of Shenandore, where Douglas now lives.
- 358 June 1769 (A). Harrison vs. Kinley. -- Daniel
Harrison, Sr., vs. Benj. Kinley. May 1769.
- 364 See Benjamin Harrison.
- 368 August 1773 (A). Daniel Smith vs. Wm. Bowyer. --
It's a suit over land adjoining the late Daniel Harrison, deceased.
- 404 May 1795 (M to Z) Richard Mathews vs. Isabella
Burns. --Writ, 14th May 1788. Peter Hanna deposes 14th October,
1793, that in 1781 he had charge of public stores in Staunton,
where he lived, under direction of Thomas Hughes. Spa. for witnesses,
15th October, 1794, returned from Rockingham: "Thomas Harrison
not at home, Daniel Harrison and Randolph Given in the army.
- 440 1753-54 (Part 1). Inhabitants of North Mountain,
at head of Muddy Creek, petition for road from Ephraim Love's
to the road from South Branch to Swift Run Gap: Daniel Harrison
and Jesse Harrison among many others.
- 467 May 1768 (A). Alexander Herron vs. Patrick
Quin. Ejectment. Daniel Harrison, aged about sixty-six or seven,
deposes: That he was present when Col. James Wood , then surveyor
of the county of Orange (now Augusta), ran off the lands in dispute,
and that the first line run by Thomas Lewis this day extends as
far, etc., the corner of Samuel Wilkins, and that of Green &
Co., under whom said Wilkins claims he has ever since been well
acquainted with the lands, etc.; that the lines were not marked
until the patent issued, and the reason Wood gave for it was that
when he was about to survey the same, he himself was damned drunk
and the rest concerned were in the same condition. etc. (Signed)
Daniel Harrison. 16th December, 1767. Daniel Smith, gent., aged
about thirty-seven years: About 12 years ago he was appointed
a processioner with John Harrison. Daniel Harrison's additional
deposition, 17th December, 1767: He and Alexander Herron bought
200 acres of Samuel Wilkins. Wilkins , after conveying to Herron
found he did not have 100 acres more for deponent and then canceled
the bargain, for which John Wilkins, son of Samuel, paid Harrison
5£. Thomas Lewis deposes: That about 1745, talking with
Col. James Wood about the difficulty of finding corners on protracted
plots when the survey afterwards came to be made, said Wood told
this deponent how lucky he had been in a matter of this kind in
a plot that he had made for McCay, Hite and Green, on the waters
of Cook's Creek, for that he had only run the lines along the
courses of the creek and protracted all the other lines and supposed
corners which, where an actual survey was made by him after the
patent issued, he found trees agreeable to most of the supposed
corners which he had mentioned in the protracted plat, or nearly
corresponding thereto, which deponent afterwards found to be the
case on a survey made by him to determine a suit formerly depending
between the said parties. This day Patrick Quin came, etc., and
says that Capt. Daniel Harrison is very ailing; his is afraid
that he will died very soon. (Signed)Abraham Smith. 18th June,
1767 Elaborate survey and description of the lands by Thomas
- 482 See Benjamin Harrison.
- 491 October 1765 (D). John Hopes (Hapes) vs. Daniel
Harrison. -- Chancery. Spa. issued September, 1763. Bill states
that orator was some years ago employed as Deputy Sheriff under
Robert McClenachan, and continued so for two years. Thomas Harrison,
Daniel Harrison and John Cravens were his securities. As the
end of orator's term drew near he became fearful that he would
be behind in his accounts, and withdrew himself to Carolina, leaving
his Sheriff's books and effects for the satisfaction of his bondsmen.
His effects were immediately attached by Daniel Harrison, who
was appointed Deputy Sheriff in orator's place. After some time
orator returned to Virginia and sold a tract of land for 47 pounds,
which he paid to his securities, expecting to have an account
rendered to him by defendant, but orator waited a long time for
an accounting, and then applied for one, but has never gotten
one yet. Prayer for accounting. Daniel Harrison's answer states
that: Claims that orator is still in his debt as well as John
Harrison, Reuben Harrison and many others listed.
- 129 August 22, 1766 #233. Davis Harrison appointed
- 140 August 24, 1767 #333 Thos. Fulton appointed
Constable, vice Davis Harrison.
- pg. 183 #36 January 18, 1775. Of John Hays, for
diets of Militia; of Thos. Harrison, for diets of Militia; of
Elizabeth Harrison, for diets of Militia.
- pg 90 See Benjamin Harrison
- pg. 40 #365 May 23, 1750. Isaiah Harrison, admr.
of Joseph Harrison, removed to Carolina.
- pg. 510 District Court Judgments. April, 1790.
Spa for witnesses for defense, viz.: Robert Harrison (son of
Thomas), Isaiah Harrison, among others listed.
James (alias Harris)
- pg. 371 August 1774. Harris vs. Harris.-- James
Harris, alias Harrison.
- 13 #4 Order Book No. December 10, 1745. Thos.
Harrison, Wm. Williams, Jeremiah Harrison, Hugh Douglass --appraisers
of ?? Levenson.
- 19 #68 June 20, 1746. Alexr. Herrin -- overseer
from Robt. Cravens to Saml. Wilkins's and Thomas and Jeremiah
Harrison from Craven's to the Indian Road-- Cap. Scholl to lay
off the precincts.
- 31 #255. August 20, 1747. Robert Cravens and Saml.
Wilkins appointed overseers from the Co. Ho. to the Indian Road,
near said Cravens', vice Alxr. Herrin, Thos. Harrison, Jeremiah
- 101 #364. November 18, 1762. Saml. Harrison vs.
Alexr. Herron. -- Commission to take depositions of Jeremiah Harrison,
Senior and Junior.
- 124 #8. Order Book No. X. October 16, 1765. Catherine,
wife of Jeremiah Harrison, priv. examination commission.
- 357 June 1769 (A). Esther Cobb (Easter Cob:) vs.
Gabriel Powell. -- Attachment, 13th November, 1768. Defendant
about to remove. Jeremiah Harrison, surety.
- 109 September 21st, 1763. #239. Charles Marlow,
an orphan of 11 years and 9 months, the 4th of this inst., until
21, to Jesse Harrison, he teaching him to read and write according
to the condition of a former indenture.
- 440 See Daniel Harrison
- 16 #31. April 15, 1746. John Harrison Spec. bail
for Saml. McGaw.
- 40 #365. William O'Briant, servant of John Harrison.
- 43 #522 February 27, 1750. John Harrison's petition
to be reimbursed out of the estate of William Young, who was killed
in attempting to rob John Harrison, granted.
- 48 #202. November 1751. John Harrison petitions
to be levy free; rejected.
- 50 #241. February 19, 1751/2. Petition of John
and Reubin Harrison for reward for killing 2 person under Ute
Perkins; certified to Genl. Assy.
- 65 #289. August 24, 1754. John Stagg servant of
- 65 #290 August 24, 1754. Wm. Stagg, a bastard,
2 yrs. old, to be bound out on motion of John Harrison.
- 90 #6. Order Book No. VII. May 19, 1761 Mary Brown
qualified admx. of her decd. husband, William Brown. John Graham
fined for calling Israel Christian a rogue, a cheat and a rascal.
Josiah Davidson, orphan of Danl. Davidson, aged 16 years, chose
John Harrison his guardian.
- 109 #324. November 9, 1763. Court of Oyer and
Terminer for trial of Tom, slave, for murder of John Harrison
by shooting in back. Confessed; judgt. guilty, and that he be
hanged by the neck on Saturday, 19th inst., and his head be severed
and affixed on a pole on the top of the hill that leads from this
Court House to Edward Tarr's. Memo.-- Tom valued at 50 pounds.
- 110 #329. November 16, 1763. John Harrison , Jr.'s
will proved and recorded.
- 111 #385. January 2, 1764. Oyer and Terminer for
trial of Fanner, a negro slave of John Harrison, for aiding and
abetting Tom in the murder of John--acquitted.
- 143 #432. November 23, 1767. Andrew Greer appointed
surveyor of highway from John Harrison's at the Big Spring, to
the County Line.
- 157 #212, June 21, 1769. Overseer of road: Thomas
Moore, vice Andrew Greer, from County Line to Fork of Road by
- 176 #228. November 17, 1773. John Needham and
John Harrison, vice Wm. Hinton --road overseers.
- 297 September 1747. John Harrison vs. James Lidderdale. --Debt.
Writ 23d June, 1747. Defendant lived on James River.
- 301 August 1749 (A). John Harrison vs. James Louderdale
(Smith).-- Debt on bond dated 2d February, 1744-45. Writ dated
1747, 20th February.
- 315 November 1756 (A). James Lidderdale vs. John
Harrison, Jr.-- In March, 1744-45, James purchased land of John
on South Branch of James River.
- 324 August 1759. Arthur (Army Trader) (Arthur Trader)
vs. Ralston.-- Signatures: Thos. Moore and John Harrison, Robert
Ralston and Ephraim Love, Howel Jones and Abigail Sempil.
- 328 County Court Judgments. August 1762 (B).John
Harrison vs. Jacob Peters. --Ejected.
- 334 August 1765 (A). Mathias Lair and Catharine
vs. John Harrison and Mary.-- 28th May, 1765. Defendants had
left the Colony before service could be made.
- 345 May 1767 (B). Patterson vs. Looney. --John Harrison's
order on Looney dated June 20, 1745.
- 435 1749. To ye worshipful his majesties' justices
in Court sitting. The petition of John Harrison humbly prayeth
that your worships will please to take unto consideration the
following account for as much as the goodness of God (delivered
?torn) unto my hand those that sought my life and my (torn) goods
and whereas I thought it my duty to act towards my fellow creatures
as such and not as if ye were altogether brutes and I have been
at this charge following which I humbly pray that your worships
will please to allow and your petitioner as in the duty bound
shall pray, etc. The charge of burying ye robbers, 2.0.0 pounds.
Three shillings for ye man I sent for ye surgeon, 0.3.0 pounds.
To ye surgeon, 0.15.0 By me John Harrison Jr.
- 436 1751-1752. Valuation, 8th February, 1752, of
Robert Renicks's improvements on place formerly known as John
- 439 1751-52. John Harrison, aged 64 (1751), petitions
to be relieved from County Levy.
- 467 See Daniel Harrison
- 482 See Benjamin Harrison.
- 491 See Daniel Harrison
- 40 See Isaiah Harrison
- 299 May And August 1748. Samuel Monsey vs. Joseph
Harrison. --Writ 19th February, 1747.
- 457 May 1768. M. Harrison vs. John Alderson. --
1766, June 6; 1767, February 25; March 12, to credit Moses Marden;
April 6; July 30, to credit Masay Staks.
- 457 May 1768. M. Harrison vs. Wm. McGee. --Sundries.
1766, July 4, July 10, July 23, your note due Mr. Thomas Rutherford.
- 457 May 1768. M. Harrison vs. John Phillips. --1767,
June 5, credit by 15 geese-- by Wm. Harsh.
- 101 #364. November 18, 1762. Daniel Smith appointed
guardian ad litem for Mary Harrison, and infant, vs. Andrew
- 334 See John Harrison
- 157 #222. June 22 1769. Following recommended
for appointment as Justices: Mathew Harrison, and others.
- 158 #324 The following recommended as Justices:
Mat. Harrison and others.
- 160 #66 Following recommended as Justices: Mathew
Harrison and others.
- 173 #123. May 21, 1773. Mathew Harrison qualified
- 177 #302. November 20, 1773. New Commission of
Justices: Mathew Harrison and others.
- 183 #30. New Commission from Dunmore: Mathew Harrison
- 348 August 1768 (C). Mathew Harrison vs. Reuben
Rutherford. -- Contract dated 1763.
- 355 May 1768. Mathew Harrison vs. William McGee. --1767,
April. By bringing 2 servants in your wagon from Winchester to
- 368 August 1773 (A). Scathorn vs. Harrison Rutherford. --
Capt. Mathew Harrison was in Winchester in 1769, and requested
Joseph Scathorn to go with him to the Plains, where he would give
- 182 #21. November 15, 1774. Saml. Hemphill, vice
John Herdman, road overseer, from Martin Argenbright's to Nehemiah
- 404 See Daniel Harrison
- 50 See John Harrison
- 193 #222. August 20, 1777. Tithables to be taken
in following Companies: Capt. Reuben Harrison's.
- 343 November 1766 (B). Harrison vs. Trader.-- Reuben
Harrison must have been of age. 1765.
- 361 August 1770 (A). Reuben Harrison vs. Joseph
Reaburn. --1770, 2d April.
- 369 August 1773 (B). Reuben Harrison vs. Robert
Williams and John Phillips. --Debt. Writ dated 28th June, 1773.
Note to Reuben dated 31st October, 1764, for 13 pounds.
- 436 1751-1752. Petition of Reuben Harrison for
change of road through his place.
- 481 See Benjamin Harrison
- 491 See Daniel Harrison
- 40 #377. May 24, 1750. Robert Harrison, son of
Daniel Harrison, owned 230 acres on Dry Forks of Smith's Creek.
- 45 See Daniel Harrison
- 93 #84. August 24, 1761. Robert Harrison vs. McAnulty --abates
by Robert's death.
- 305 See Daniel Harrison
- 312 March 1756. Robert Harrison vs. Mathew Black. --Plaintiff
must have been of age in 1754.
- 313 See Daniel Harrison
- 326 September 1763. Robert Harrison's estate, debtor
to administrators, vs. Thomas Rutherford. --George Anderson's deposition,
1763. Robert died between 1761 and 1763.
- 340 March 1764 (C). Harrison vs. Herron. --Only
the answer in the papers, but that shows that the complainant,
Samuel Harrison, came to Augusta from the Colony of ___. Defendant,
Alexander Herron, came from the same place. Harrison came first
and settled on Linville's Creek. About time of Braddock's defeat
Harrison went to Carolina. Robert Harrison was nephew of Samuel.
- 343 See Daniel Harrison
- 403 November 1794. William Woods vs. Robert Harrison
and William Handley. --28th June, 1794. I, Robert Harrison, of
Burburn County, Kentucky, 1793. Harrison no inhabitant.
- 475 November 1764. Herron vs. Harrison (Samuel
Harrison vs. Alexander Herron). --Alexander Herron's answer says:
Tat complainant removed from the province of ---at the time and
for the purpose mentioned in his bill, and moved to Virginia and
settled on Linville's Creek, where he took up 400 acres. Some
time afterwards defendant came to Virginia, and hearing of complainant,
proceeded to that settlement, thinking that as they were acquainted
in the government from which they removed, complainant could direct
him to a convenient tract of land. Complainant allowed him to
take up an entry of his own of 200 acres, adjoining his own land.
At that time the best lands on the creek could be purchased for
3 £ per hundred acres. That at the time of Braddock's defeat
complainant took it into his head to remove to Carolina. Robert
Harrison was compainant's nephew.
- 510 See Isaiah Harrison
- 101 See Jeremiah Harrison
- 301 May 1749. Samuel Hill and Ann, his wife, vs.
Samuel Harrison.--T. C. Writ dated 20th March, 1748. Executed.
- 312 May 1755 (C). George Parks vs. Samuel Harrison.--Attachment.
Samuel Harrison is removing himself from the County. 14th March,
- 340 See Robert Harrison
- 475 See Robert Harrison
- 121 #355. May 23, 1765. Private examination Sarah,
wife of Thos. Harrison.
- 364 See Benjamin Harrison.
- 13 See Jeremiah Harrison
- 19 See Jeremiah Harrison
- 31 See Jeremiah Harrison
- 63 #193. May 15, 1754. Thomas Harrison qualified
- 121 See Sarah Harrison
- 134 #65. May 19, 1767. Road ordered from Adam Reader's
mines to Isaac Robinson's, thence to Thos. Harrison's.
- 183 See Elizabeth Harrison
- 293 April and June, 1746. Thomas Harrison vs. Edward
McGill. --Debt. Writ dated 14th February, 1745-6
- 298 February and March, 1748. Thomas Harrison vs.
Andrew Mitchell. --Case. Writ dated 18th August, 1748.
- 304 November 1750 (B).Thomas Harrison vs. John Craig. --Debt
on note dated 12th September, 1749.
- 404 See Daniel Harrison
- 429 Various Old Papers-1760-1770. Petition for
road from Adam Reader's Mines to Isaac Robertsons's, from thence
to Widow Wright's Mill; thence to Thomas Harrison's in the Great
Road to the Court House, 2d January, 1761.
- 489 same as page 429.
- 491 See Daniel Harrison
- 510 Can't find.
- 296 September 1747. David Stewart vs. William Harrison.--
Attachment, 2d September, 1747. Defendant "is privately removing
his effects out of the County."
- 142 #361 November 19, 1767. Zebulon Harrison appointed
surveyor of highway, vice John Phillips.
- 298 February and March, 1748. Zebbulon Harrison
vs. John Dobbiken. --Debt. Writ 24th august, 1747. Account dated
- 361 August 1770 (A). Zebulon Harrison vs. Daniel
Prentice. -- On a bond dated 1764, 31st October, payable to Zebulon
- 437 1751-1752. John Phillips, overseer of road
from Massanutten to dry fork of Smith's Creek leading to Augusta
Court House, prays to be released and nominates Zebulan Harrison,
William McGee and William Draper.