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Subject: [ROBINSON] Taylor - Robinson connections - Cumberland VA
Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2008 17:32:24 EDT


List -- These connections might be of interest.

William and John TAYLOR, b ca 1700, place unk. John had land in Henrico Co,
VA in 1730 and gave land to brother William in 1742 in Goochland Co, VA.

John TAYLOR d 1758 in Cumberland Co, VA, leaving wife Avis and ch: James
(c1725-1773) m Elizabeth HUGHES; Susannah, m Duncan ROBERTSON; Mary, m William
FARGUSON and deceased dau who m Francis AMOSS.

William TAYLOR lived in Goochland and Cumberland Cos, d c1773, leaving ch:
William (c1727-1803); James (1731-1815) m Ann OWEN; George (c1742-1823) m
Elizabeth ANYON; Robert (c1744-1825) m ?Frances SCOTT; Martha (c1750-c1822) m1 ?
GILLIAM, m2 John WILBURN.

A portion of the following is from the website of Ann Blomquist:

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4

8.John Taylor was born ABT. 1698, and died OCT 1758 in Cumberland Co VA. He
was the son of 16. James Taylor and 17. Elizabeth. 9.Avis was born ABT.
1703, and died 1779 in Powhatan Co VA. Children of Avis and John Taylor are:

4. i.James Taylor was born ABT. 1725 in Henrico Co VA, and died 1773 in
Cumberland Co VA. He married Elizabeth Hughes ABT. 1750 in Cumberland Co VA,
daughter of John Hughes and Mary Ann Mathis. [I think this is quite likely
Matthews -- from the line of Edward Matthews of Henrico --- Ernie]
1730. Sept. 28 Richard KIRBY, 400 acs. (N.L.), Goochland Co., N. side of
James Riv., on brs. of Licking Hole Cr., adj. Henry Atkinson, Philip Hoggatt &
Joseph Scott.. Virginia Land Patent Book, 14:147. 1730. June 26 Stephen LACY,
of Hanover Co., 400 acs. (N.L.), Goochland Co., on brs. of Owen's Cr., beg.
at his own land surveyed the same day as this, on the line bet. Goochland &
Hanover Cos.; adj. Henry Atkinson. Virginia Land Patent Book, 14:159.

1735. Deed 9 Mar. William Tabor of Goochland Co., to John Hughes of same,
88 acres on a branch of Deep Creek called White Oak branch, on south side of
James River, bounded by Bowler Cock, William Mayo, Elizabeth Atkinson, John
Woodson and Francis Eppes. Wit: John Twitty, Joel Chandler, Tos. (P) Dupra.
Recd. 10 Mar 1735. Goochland Co, VA Deed Book #2, 1734-1736, p. 179. 1736.

John Hughes 25 June 1747. Goochland County. 248 acres on the south
branches of Deep Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 25, 1745-1747, p. 624 (Reel
23).

Deed Book 5, Page 226: 1/24/1774: Field Bradshaw sold 200 acres on the head
of Deep Creek to John Hughes. Weisiger, Goochland Co, Va., Wills and Deeds
1728-1736, p. 73. Deed Book 2, p. 178, 12 Feb. 1735 John Stoveall of Goochland
Co., to John Hughes of same, for L 6, 100 acres; part of atract of 400 acres
by patent 3 Dec. 1733, with all houses, etc. Wit: John Twitty, Joseph
Woodson, Thomas (TD) Dupra Recorded 16 March 1735. Weisiger, Goochland Co, Va.,
Wills and Deeds 1728-1736, p. 74. Deed Book # 2, p. 179.

Deed 9 March 1735 William Tabor of Goochland Co., to John Hughes of same,
for L 6 88 acres on a branch of Deep Creek called White Oak branch, on south
side of James River, bounded by Bowler Cock, William Mayo, Elizabeth Atkinson,
John Woodson and Francis Eppes, with all houses, etc. Wit: John Twitty, Joel
Chandler, Tos. (TP) Dupra Signed: William Tabor Recorded 10 March 1735.
Goochland Co., Va., Deed Book 2, p. 181, 9 March 1735.

Deed from John Stovall to Thomas Dupra, both of Goochland Co. 100 acres for
5 lbs. Part of a patent dated 3 December 1733, joining John Hughes. Wits.:
John Twitty, Joell Chandler, John "X" Hughes. 17 July 1777--Joel Bradshaw of
Rowan County, North Carolina, sold to Creed Haskins of Cumberland County for
L75, 200 acres on branches of Deep Creek adjoining John Hobson, Field Robinson,
Simon Gentry, Rebeckah Chamberlayne, John Hughes, and Joseph Robinson. Land
Charles Bradshaw late of said county dec'd left by last will to Joel Bradshaw
after the death of his beloved wife Jemima. Wit: Josiah Cox, Field
Robertson, Moses Robertson. (Cumberland Co. VA W/D Book 5, p. 497.)
1778--Joel Bradshaw: land grant in Burke County, North Carolina (North
Carolina Records VI, p. 157). Also Joel, list of strays delivered to S. Gremler.
(1777-1783, V2).17 July 1777--Joel Bradshaw of Rowan County, North Carolina,
sold to Creed Haskins of Cumberland County for L75, 200 acres on branches of
Deep Creek adjoining John Hobson, Field Robinson, Simon Gentry, Rebeckah
Chamberlayne, John Hughes, and Joseph Robinson. Land Charles Bradshaw late of said
county dec'd left by last will to Joel Bradshaw after the death of his
beloved wife Jemima. Wit: Josiah Cox, Field Robertson, Moses Robertson.
(Cumberland Co. VA W/D Book 5, p. 497.) 1778--Joel Bradshaw: land grant in
Burke County, North Carolina (North Carolina Records VI, p. 157). Also Joel,
list of strays delivered to S. Gremler. (1777-1783, V2).17 July 1777--Joel
Bradshaw of Rowan County, North Carolina, sold to Creed Haskins of Cumberland
County for L75, 200 acres on branches of Deep Creek adjoining John Hobson, Field
Robinson, Simon Gentry, Rebeckah Chamberlayne, John Hughes, and Joseph
Robinson. Land Charles Bradshaw late of said county dec'd left by last will to
Joel Bradshaw after the death of his beloved wife Jemima. Wit: Josiah Cox, Field
Robertson, Moses Robertson. (Cumberland Co. VA W/D Book 5, p. 497.)

Elizabeth Hughes was born ABT. 1730 in VA, and died 1805 in Powhatan Co VA.

ii.Susannah Taylor was born ABT. 1728 in VA. She married Duncan Robertson
ABT. 1748 in VA. He was born BEF. 1725, and died AFT. 1783. Daughter Mary
Robertson. Susannah Taylor married Duncan Robertson and already had 2 children
prior to her father's death in 1758. Susannah received about 100 acres from her
father's estate. In 1779, Duncan was mentioned in the Southam Parish vestry
book as having land (p215). In Oct 1779, Mary Robertson sold 200 acres on
"Tair Wallet Creek" to Joseph Clark for L300, stating the parcel of land was from
"John Taylor late deceased" (her grandfather). Her sister Sarah was also
named in the deed. Mary signed with an "X" indicating that she could not write.
This land had been purchased by John Taylor in 1754 as a 400 acre tract, so
his granddaughters seem to have inherited it equally. In 1782, Duncan
"Robinson" was taxed on 3 horses and 5 head of cattle. In April 1788, Joseph Clark
sold this land, naming John Taylor and Taylor's two granddaughters Mary and
Sarah "Robinson" in the deed.

iii.Mary Taylor was born ABT. 1730 in Goochland Co VA. She married William
Farguson ABT. 1750. He was born BEF. 1725, and died AFT. FEB 1765.

iv.Daughter Taylor was born ABT. 1732 in Goochland Co VA, and died BET. 1755
- 1758 in prob Cumberland Co VA. She married Francis Amos ABT. 1752 in prob
Cumberland Co VA, son of Francis Amos , Goochland and Anne. He was born ABT.
1730 in Goochland Co VA, and died AFT. 1771 in maybe Cumberland Co VA.




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