The 1910 book by the Rev. Benjamin L. Price has several serious errors. He names the wife of John Price as Jane Cannon and his father as Matthews Price, neither is correct.
18 Oct 1681, Henrico Co. Benjamin Hatcher sold 150 acres to John Pleasants. This land had belonged to his father William Hatcher and was purchased from Daniel & John Price in 1677; bounded by land of Samuel Woodward and Turkey Island Creek. Commonly know as Turkey Island Point. [This is the original patent of their grandfather John Price.]
John and Jane Price gave a gift of a horse to their daughter Mary on 2 Feb 1690. They gave a gift of 120 acres on Four Mile Creek and a slave named Robin to their son Pew Price on 31 Aug 1710. If he died without issues, land & slave would revert to their son Daniel.
Will of John Price: Henrico Records, 1710-1714, p. 79-80. Proved Jun Court 1711.
...to daughter Mary Cannon, three ewes; son John Price, 7 head of cattle that is two cowes, three heifers and two yearlings, one feather bed and bolster, one rug and one blanket, and the bed steed it lyeth on, coutch called the red coutch and one iron pott, called the midling pott, with pott racks and pott hooks, two pewter dishes and two plates and one paile and one large chest which was called his chest; to son Daniel Price, one chest called the linnen chest, one horse colt which goeth along with the one-eyed mare, one small gun, one three-year-old heifer called Primrose; to son Pew Price, one feather bed and bolster, one red yard sett rugg, one blanket; and the bed steed it lyeth on, one large chest, one greate pott with pott racks and pott hooks, two pewter dishes and two plates, on large iron spitt, 1 large brass kettle, 1 large dripping pan, one pied cow named Pye and 1 yearling and one white coutch and 1 ovil table; to daughter Eliza Price, one large tirkey leather trunck with drawers, two pewter dishes and two plates, one stew pott and cover lid, one cow called Mottley with her increase. All the rest to dear and loving wife Jane Price.
John PRICE III and Jane PEW/PUGH were married.12 Jane PEW/PUGH, daughter of Henry PEW and Jane MILNER, was born (date unknown).
Before 1713, the widow Jane Price had married a second time, to Hugh Ligon.
John PRICE III and Jane PEW/PUGH had the following children:
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