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Note for:   Anne Canady,   ABT 1766 -          Index

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     From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.



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Note for:   Lucy Thornton,   ABT 1766 -          Index

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     From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.



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Note for:   Frances or Fannie Clark,   ABT 1768 -          Index

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     From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.



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Note for:   James McCawley,   ABT 1772 -          Index

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     From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.



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Note for:   Jane ?batton?,   1645 - 1713         Index

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     From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.



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Note for:   Frances ,   ABT 1694 -          Index

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     From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.



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Note for:   Joseph Waugh,   1672 - 1 Apr 1726         Index

Individual Note:
     Joseph WAUGH 1727 page 214
His wife Mary was the widow of George Mauzy and Edward Mountjoy DB J page 67
George Manson in his will 1715 calls him brother in law haveing married his sister Elizabeth Waugh page 231

Stafford County, Virginia Deed Book 1722-1728
Indenture 11 Jun 1723 Edward Mountjoy will dated 6 Jun 1712 ordered that he owned land on Potomack Creek sold. He appoint his wife Mary Mountjoy his executor who by 11 Jun 1723 had married Joseph Waugh.



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Note for:   Mary Crosby,   28 Jun 1676 - 14 Dec 1756         Index

Individual Note:
     Stafford County, Virginia Will Book page 335-336. page 79 on fiche.
Will Book O
See Tyler's Quarterly Volume 26 page 99-104



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Note for:   John Waugh,   1630 - 1706         Index

Individual Note:
     CHAPTER 14

REV JOHN WAUGH FAMILY OF STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA

Reverend John WAUGH of early Virginia was a controversial Gentleman
    
John WAUGH settled in Stafford County, Virginia soon after it became a county in 1662. Reverend WAUGH was the first minister in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia. Apparently he served in this area from approximately 1665 to 1700, about thirty five years.

“Waugh, Rev. John was a minister of the Church of England in a parish in Stafford County, Virginia where he was living as early as 1666. During the Reign of James II, Virginia like England was much agitated with rumors of popish plots, and John WAUGH greatly inflamed the people by his harangues against the Catholics. In 1669 he was elected to the general assembly, but declared ineligible as minister. He died in 1706, leaving a wife Christian, and sons Joseph, John, Alexander and David.”
Virginia Biography by Hayden.

“John Waugh…He came from the north of England and was a man of education and parts, but a natural agitator. He had been suspended at least once from his ministerial function for violating the law and was constantly quarreling with his neighbors and the local authorities, but he seems to have had a strong hold on the majority of his parishioners. His cloth did not deter him from active participation in politics… In religion, as might be expected he was what was called at the time “of enthusiastic principles”meaning evangelicanism mingled with Puritanism, and he courted popularity.”
Landmarks of Old Prince William Harrison

“WAUGH , John. Born in the North of England. Became a minister of Potomac Parish in Stafford County, 1667 or before, and was probably its first minister… After Potomac was divided… into Overwharton and Choatank…. He continued in charge of both until about 1700. Died about 1706. a man of education and political influence, and had a very turbulent career, suspended by the Governor for six months in 1675 for marrying a couple with out banns or license, and got into trouble about 1691 for the same cause. Arrested and imprisoned for helping to arouse a popular tumult at the time of the expulsion of King James II from England in 1688.” The Colonial Church of Virginia by Goodwin:

Parson John Waugh and the Catholic Rebellion is discussed by Jerrilyn Eby in her excellent Book entitled, “They Called Stafford Home” page 199. To learn more about our colorful ancestor I would refer the reader to this excellent publication see page 199.

Page 205. Despite his pleas to the governor in 1674 claiming poverty, Waugh managed to amass a great deal of land, including the first lot to be sold in the new town of Marlborough. On May 9, 1700, shortly before his last marriage, he conveyed 2, 246 acres of land to his sons, Joseph and John. Parson Waugh died without a will, and his 6,350 acres along with some other land holdings went to his eldest son Joseph. Following his father’s death, Joseph divided the 6,350 acre estate into five tracts of approximately 1,200 acres and gave each of his brother, John, Alexander, and David an equal one-fifth part of it. The mansion house tract, part of the 6,350 acres, was equally divided between brothers Joseph and John the latter inheriting two-fifths of his father’s estate. The tract is in present-day king George County and remains known as Waugh Point
They Called Stafford Home - The Development of Stafford County, Virginia 1600 until 1865, by Jerrilynn Eby, published by Heritage Books, Inc. 1997.

John WAUGH is listed showing his wife as being Elizabeth WAUGH FROM 1674 TO 1691. Elizabeth died before 1700. We know that his third wife was named Christian.

CHILDREN OF JOHN WAUGH

1a. John WAUGH was born about 1640 in England or Tyrone County Ireland. He lived for a time in
        Northumberland County, Virginia We know that he died about 1706 in Stafford County, Virginia.
        His first wife is unknown. His second wife was Elizabeth and his third wife was Christian who he
        Married before 13 May 1702 Christian died 22 Nov 1721 at Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford County,
        Virginia. John WAUGH died in 1706 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia.

Children of John WAUGH and Elizabeth were

        2a. Joseph WAUGH was born about 1660 in Virginia. Joseph WAUGH married twice:
(1)          Rachel GOWRY (Rachel was the only daughter of John Gowry of Belle Plain)
(2)          Mary CROSBY About 1716 Joseph WAUGH died 1 Apr 1726 in Stafford County, Virginia Mary CROSBY was born 28 Jun 1676 in Stafford County, Virginia. She died 14 Dec 1756 in Stafford County,
   
        2b. John WAUGH Junior was born about 1670 probably in England. He married Martha
        VANDEGASTEEL John WAUGH Junior died about 1716 in Virginia

        2c. Elizabeth WAUGH was born about 1668 in Virginia. Elizabeth WAUGH
        married George MASON George MASON was the son of Colonel George
        MASON. This George married three times.
        1. Mary FOWKES daughter of Colonel Gerard FOWKES
        2. Elizabeth WAUGH daughter of John WAUGH and Elizabeth
        3. Sarah FRENCH

        2d. Ann WAUGH was born about 1672 in Virginia. Ann Waugh married Giles TRAVERS.

        2e. Alexander WAUGH was born about 1674 in Virginia or England. Alexander married Catherine
        WEBB. Alexander died in Virginia in 1722.
    
        2f. Richard WAUGH was born about 1676 mentioned in Register of Overwharton Parish. Richard
        was living in 1691. Richard is mentioned in a Record of Henry THOMPSON when he mentions
        the children of John WAUGH as being Richard, Alexander and Ann WAUGH. As he is not
        mentioned again, it may be possible that he died before his father John who died in 1706
       
        2g. David WAUGH was born about 1678 and died 1751-1753
       
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WAUGH

JOSEPH WAUGH and Rachel GOWRY and Mary CROSBY
       
        2a. Joseph WAUGH was born about 1670 in Virginia. Joseph WAUGH married twice:
(1)          Rachel GOWRY the only daughter of John Gowry of Belle Plain
Joseph and Rachel had no male heirs.
(2)          Mary CROSBY ABOUT 1716

Joseph WAUGH died 1 Apr 1726 in Stafford County, Virginia

    Mary CROSBY was born 28 Jun 1676 in Stafford County, Virginia Mary was the daughter of
    George Crosby of Stafford County, Virginia. She died 14 Dec 1756 in Stafford
        County, Virginia

        They Called Stafford Home, Jerrilyn Eby page 221
        In 1945 George H. S. King, noted genealogist, located the Locust Hill cemetery
        seven-tenths of a mile southeast of the railroad under pass at Brooke Station. That
        year he wrote, “By a large lone cedar in the cornfield of Mrs Robinson near
        Brooke Station is the crumbling headstone of Mary Waugh.” King notes that a
        Mountjoy descendant moved the headstone of Captain William Mountjoy and his
        wife Phyllis, from this same location to St. John’s Episcopal Church of King
        George Court House in order to preserve it. The descendants apparently didn’t
        realize that the field had once been part of the Mountjoy estate, Locust Hill, or that
        Mary (Crosby, Mountjoy, Mauzy) Waugh was actually the mother of Captain
        William Mountjoy, or he might have moved her stone as well. Captain Mountjoy’s
        stone reads:
To the memory of
Capt William Mountjoy
Was born the 17 day of April 1711
And died the 27 of Sept 1777 his
Age 66 years
Phillis Mountjoy wife
of William Mountjoy
was born the 15 day
of November 1717
and died the 4 day
of April 1771 hir
age 54 years.

        Will of George Crosby Senior 14 Sep 1725 Stafford County, Virginia found at
        the end of this chapter. (Will Book O page 335)

        Mary CROSBY married
(1)          married Peter MAUZY
(1)          married Edward MOUNTJOY about 1709
(3) married Joseph WAUGH
Northern Neck Grant by Colonel Carter in 1723 Joseph Waugh for 840 acres “beginning on the north side of a branch of the North Marsh Run” Fauquier During the Proprietorship page 93.

        They Called Stafford Home - The Development of Stafford County, Virginia from 1600 until
        1865 by Jerrilynn Eby, Heritage Books, Inc.
        page 217 The first cemetery (.7 mile from the underpass) contains the grave of Mary Crosby
        Mountjoy Mauzy Waugh, and probably marks the location of the old Locust Hill site.

        Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper,
        Prince William Fauquier and Stafford Counties 1710-1780 Volume III compiled by Peggy
        Shomo Joyner
        Mr Joseph Waugh, no warrant surveyed 6 Dec 1722; 840 acres in Stafford & King George
        counties on Licking & North Marsh Runs; adjoining Daniel Field, Spelman and the “Garmans
        Minister,: Colo Carter. Survey no signature

STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA RECORDS

        Stafford County, Virginia Deed Book 1722-1728
        Indenture 11 Jun 1723 Edward Mountjoy will dated 6 Jun 1712 ordered that he owned land on
        Potomack Creek sold. He appoint his wife Mary Mountjoy his executor who by 11 Jun 1723 had
        married Joseph Waugh.

        From the Overwharton Parish Records, Stafford County, VA,
        Joseph WAUGH 1727 page 214 His wife Mary was the widow of George Mauzy and Edward
        Mountjoy DB J page 67 George Mason in his will 1715 calls him brother in law having married
        his sister Elizabeth Waugh page 231

        From the Overwharton Parish Records, Stafford County, VA,
        Peter Mauzy married Elizabeth Summers on February 9, 1735 Peter's will was made in 1750.
        Witnesses were William Mountjoy, Alexander Doniphan and John Mauzy, Sr. It should be
        recalled that William Mountjoy was Peter's half brother, by Mary Crosby's first marriage to
        Captain Edward Mountjoy and that Alexander Doniphan had married Peter's half sister, Mary
        Waugh, born to Mary Crosby and Joseph Waugh

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 1 page 354-355. Edward MOUNTJOY (Inventory) dated 13 Oct 1777 appraised by Maz’m Berryman, John Weaver, John Martin, first sworn before William Grant a Justice of the peace for Fauquier County. 1 servant man named Thomas Jones who has 5 year to serve returned dated 28 Sep 1778. (Is this the same Edward Mountjoy?)
       
        Fauquier During the Proprietorship page 83
        Edward Mountjoy and Thomas Walter then took 931 acres at the mouth of Richland run, which
        was the first grant on the North Branch of Rappahannock (3:19) and upon it they built in 170, the
        first tobacco house above the falls.

        Fauquier During the Proprietorship page 111.
        2 Mountjoy in partnership with Thomas Brooks took, Sept 1 1709, another grant of 800 acres ”on
        the North West Branch of Deep Run (4:224) both tracts eventually passing to Col Carter. (Old
        Prince William, I. P 202)

Joseph WAUGH and Rachel GOWRY

        3a. Joseph WAUGH was born about 1712 in Virginia. Joseph married Million TRAVERS.
        Joseph WAUGH died 4 Sep 1747 in Virginia Stafford County, Virginia Will Book
        page 335 Stafford County, Virginia
        3b. Elizabeth WAUGH was born about 1714 married John GREGG 16 Oct 1737 in
        Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

Children of Edward MOUNTJOY and Mary CROSBY
       
        3a. William MOUNTJOY was born 17 Apr 1711 in Stafford County, Virginia. William
        married Phyllis REILLY about 1734. William MOUNTJOY died 27 Sep 1777 in
        Stafford County, Virginia
       
Children of Joseph WAUGH and Mary CROSBY

        3a. Mary WAUGH was born about 1720 in Virginia. She lived near Belle Plaine, on the
        Potomac Creek. Mary WAUGH married Alexander DONIPHAN 17 Jun 1740 in
        Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia. Mary died about 1785 in Stafford
        County, Virginia. (See Chapter 13)
       

Joseph WAUGH and Million TRAVERS

        3a. Joseph WAUGH was born about 1718 in Virginia. Joseph married Million TRAVERS.
        Joseph WAUGH died 4 Sep 1747 in Virginia

        4a. Gowry WAUGH was born about 1734 in Virginia. Gowry WAUGH married Lettitia
        TURBERVILLE Gowry died about 1783 in Virginia
        Lettetia “Lettice” TURBERVILLE was born 1736 at Hickory Hill, Westmorland
        County, Virginia. Lettetia was the daughter of George TURBERVILLE and Martha
        LEE
        5a. George Lee WAUGH was born about 1762 Bell Plain, Stafford County, Virginia
        5b. Robert Turberville WAUGH born about 174 in Stafford County, Virginia
        Robert was never married.
        NOTE: Gowry’s two bachelor sons, George Lee and Robert Turberville Waugh
        inherited Belle Plain and lived there until 1796, both intestate. After George
        Lee’s death, the property reverted to his next of kin, maternal and paternal
        relatives. An official surveyor and representatives from both families met at
        Belle Plain in 1802 to determine a division of the property. After much
        haggling a settlement was reached, each side receiving one-half of the land
        The death of George Lee Waugh brought to a close the name of Waugh in
        Stafford County. Other members of the family had previously moved to
        Orange and Culpeper Counties. They called Stafford Home, page 2FG07.

        They Called Stafford Home, page 207. A house was built on Belle Plain by Gowry
        Waugh (1734-1783), nephew of Joseph and grandson of Parson John Waugh.
        Gowry seems to have accumulated the most wealth of any of the Waughs. The
        Stafford county rent Roll of 1776 list him as holding 1,570 acres of land. In 1783,
        the year in which eh died he paid taxes on 39 slaves, 19 horses, and 57 cattle,
        indicating that he was quite wealthy.
       
        Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 2 page 413-416 Gowry Waugh received a
        commission dated 12 Oct 1765 from a Lease involving the Lee & Keith Family.

        4b. Joseph WAUGH II was born about 1736 in Virginia Joseph married Mary
        BRONOUGH Jan 1758. Joseph WAUGH died in 1763
        5a. Million WAUGH married Rawleigh Travers BROWN. Rawleigh Travers
        BROWN was born 13 July 1753 and died 24 Nov 1803. He was the son of
        John BROWN and Hannah COOKE. John BROWN and Hannah COOKE were
        married 28 Nov 1751
        6a. Rawleigh Travers BROWN

        4c. Travers WAUGH was born 24 Jan 1743 in Virginia and died in 1765 in Virginia.
        Travers did not marry.

STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA RECORDS

Stafford County, Virginia page 529-530
In the name of God Amen, I Joseph Waugh of County of Stafford being sick but in sound mind… do appoint this and this only to be my last will and testament. Item I give to my loving son Joseph Waugh all that parcel of land bought by me of Rawleigh Chinn lying on Deep Run containing by estimation 504 acres to him and his heirs for ever. Item My Desire is that all my Negroes should be equally divided between my loving wife Milliam Waugh and my loving sons, Gowry Waugh, Joseph Waugh and Traverse Waugh to my three sons and their heirs forever and after the death of my loving wife Million Waugh all the Negroes left her should be equally divided between my three loving children above mentioned. In witness - I have set my hand the 4thday of September 1747
Presence David Waugh
        Priscilla Hay Joseph Waugh (his mark)
My will and desire is the my loving wife Milliam Waugh shall be my sole exex of this my last will and testament.

At Court held for Stafford May the xth 1748 The last will …. Presented my Milliam Waugh the exec therein named Gowry heir at law to the Testator not being of age, James Waugh is appointed his guardian who made no objection the the proving same / certificate granted fro obtaining probate

        NOTE: See orphan account in Stafford County, Virginia for Joseph WAUGH and
        Million. They died early leaving children. At court held 8 Oct 1751
        Alexander DONIPHAN guardian of Joseph and Traverse Waugh orphans of
        Joseph Waugh deceased produced.

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book
Pp 204-205
Waugh’s Orphans Account. Joseph and Travers WAUGH orphans of Joseph WAUGH and Million.
Dated 8 Oct 1751 alexander Doniphan Guardian of Joseph traverse Waugh orphans of Joseph Waugh deceased produced.

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book O pp 474-476
In Obedience Order Court October 1763 We the subscribers first sworn do value and appraise Estate of Joseph Waugh deceased n current money…items listed & valued.. no total .
                                                Signed Alexr. Doniphan, John Waugh Will Garrard
At court held for Stafford County
10 July 1764 Inventory admitted to record.

In the name of God Amen. I Mary Waugh of Stafford County, widow, being sick but of perfect sence do make this to be my last will & testament…. Imprimis I recommend my immortal soul to God.. my body I desire it to be decently interred in the Earth. Item. I give unto my Son William MOUNTJOY a large Bible and a large oval table also 840 acres lying upon Licking Run and the branches of the Marsh run in Prince William County. Item I give to my son Peter Mauzy 400 acres of land upon Elk Run in Prince William County where Francis Watts now lives and at the decease of my said son, then for the land to be given to either of my said sons children as he shall think fit, also a god ring. I bequeath to my daughte Eliza Conway 150 acres on Elk Run in Prince William County, it being part of that tract aforesaid during her life and after her decease to her son John Markham and the heirs of his body if the John Markham dies without issue then for it to fall to Peter Conway my grandson likewise I give to Jno Markham 150 acres of land it being the other half of the 300 acres whereon I have in the last paragraph given my daughter Elizabeth 150 acres and if John Markham dies with out issue then for the land to fall to my grand son Thomas Conway and also I give Markham 1 feather bed and furniture as also 1 small iron pot and one bath mettle skillet now in his mother’s possession and all the rest of my persona estate whatsoever after all my debts are paid I give to my daughter Mary Doniphan and her heirs….Lastly I do appoint my sons William Mountjoy and Peter Mauzy executors of this my last will and testament…..27 March 1749

Michale Ryan
Winefred Ryan
Rawleigh Traverse
John Mauzy Junior Mary her mark Waugh
At a court held for Stafford County 14th Mar 1756. this will being first proved by Winefred Ryan and Willima Mountjoy one of the Executors named came into court and refused to take upon himself the burthen of the execution there of (Peter Mauze the other executor being dead) on motion of Alexander Doniphan Administration with Will annex is granted him having given bond according to Law

Descendants of Joseph DONIPHAN and Mary WAUGH

        3b. Mary WAUGH was born about 1720 in Virginia. She lived near Belle Plaine, on the
        Potomac Creek. Mary WAUGH married Alexander DONIPHAN 17 Jun 1740 in
        Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia. Mary died about 1785 in Stafford
        County, Virginia. (See Chapter 13)
       
        3c. Elizabeth WAUGH was born about 1722 in Virginia. Elizabeth married John Gregg
        16 Oct 1737 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia

       

John WAUGH AND Martha WANDEGASTEEL

        2b. John WAUGH Junior was born about 1664 in Stafford County, Virginia. He married Martha
        VANDEGASTEEL John WAUGH Junior died about 1716 in Virginia
        Martha was the widow of Giles VANDEGASTEEL.
        3a. John Waugh was born about 1703 in Stafford County, Virginia. John WAUGH DIED 17 Nov
        1742 in Virginia.
        NOTE: John WAUGH III left a will, and in his last will and Testament provided for his three
        Illegitimate children by Elizabeth MONK. VIZ
        4a. John MONK
        4b. Thomas MONK
        4c. Prissilla MONK
        3b. Captain James WAUGH was born about 1705 in Stafford County, Virginia . He married 22
        Aug 1740 to Betty Brittingham FRENCH. James died 9 May 1750.
        3c. Thomas WAUGH was born about 1707 in Virginia. Thomas WAUGH died before 1733.
        3d. William WAUGH was born about 1710 in Stafford County, Virginia married Margaret TYLER
        10 Sep 1738. He died in

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M page 362-363
In Name of God Amen I John Waugh of County of Stafford in Parish of Overwharton being sick do make this my Last Will and Testament in manner as followeth Vizt I give unto John and Thomas Monk all my land in Prince William County on the branches and run of Popeshead and Johnemore to them and their heirs to be equally divided between them and heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten and for want of such heirs I leave it to Prissilla Monk and heirs of her body. Item I give unto Prissilla Monk all that land on South side of Occoquon at the fork of her and her heirs and for want of such heirs I leave to John and Thomas Monk to be equally devided between them to their heirs. Item I give unto Mary Waugh Lunsford all my land adjoining to the Gleb between Potomack and Accokcek Runs to her and her heirs and for want of heirs I leave it to Priscilla Hay and her heirs. Item my desire is that what little personal estate it hath please almighty to bestow upon me I leave to be kept together for the support of the three children John, Thomas and Prissilla. Supposing they all continue together likewise all my rents to be in the same manner disposed of only 500 pounds of tobacco to be paid out of my rents townds the support of Mary Waugh Lunsford for five years and after the 5th year 1000 pounds for five years and after the 5th year 1000 pounds yearly tell she has got the land left her in my will in possession. Item I give unto Sarah Chadwell daughter of George Chadwell should have no son but if he have a son then to his son 2000 pounds of tobacco and five pounds current money to be poaid when whe or he arrive to the age of 21 years. And likewise to Bryant Chadwill son of Wm Chadwell the same sum of money and tobacco when he comes to the age of 21 years.of age. Item I give unto Thomas Conway 450 pounds of tobacco to be paid in Jun in the year 1744.
Item ist is my desire that Elizabeth Monk mother of John, Thomas and Prissilla Monk stay with them and have the looking after and bringing them up during the time her good behavior and unmarried if she misbehave or marry, it is my desire she stay no longer. Item I do constitute William Mountjoy and Elizabeth Mon my whole and sole executors of this my last Will.. this Sixth day of Nov 1742.
Presence of David Waugh, Joh Downton, William Walker
Prissilla Hay her Mark John Waugh
Daniel Griffin
At court held for Stafford County June 14, 1743. Will..presented by Elizabeth Monk.made oath.. admitted to record. Certificate granted her for obtaining probate.

From the Overwharton Parish Records, Stafford Cty, VA,

    Indenture 11 Sep 1723 it is stated that the will of John Waugh of Stafford county was dated 8th of October 1716, and that on 11 Sep 1723 his surviving executors were: Joseph Waugh, David Waugh and Priscilla Hay (widow). On page 65 it is stated that John Waugh, Jr infant is the eldest son of the said John Waugh deceased. The executors of John Waugh Sr., deceased sell 1000 acres of land to Rev Alexander Scott, Minister of Overwharton Parish.

DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WAUGH AND MARTHA VANDEGASTEEL

        3a. John Waugh was born in Virginia. John WAUGH DIED 17 Nov 1742 in Virginia.
        NOTE: John WAUGH III left a will, and in his last will and Testament provided for his three
        Illegitimate children by Elizabeth MONK. VIZ
        4a. John
        4b. Thomas
        4c. Priscilla
        ELIZABETH MONK married in 1744 William WALKER 23 May 1744 in Overwharton Parish
        Stafford County, Virginia.

        3b. Captain James WAUGH was born about 1705 in Virginia . He married 22 Aug 1740 to Betty
        Brittingham FRENCH. James died 9 May 1750 Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia.
        James WAUGH was one of the Justices of Stafford County, Virginia. Betty BRITTINGHAM
        was born at Pockomoke, Accomac County, Virginia was the son of Nathaniel BRITTINGHAM.
        Betty married Mr French first.
       
Children of James WAUGH and Betty Brittingham FRENCH

        4a. John WAUGH was born 20 Oct 1741 and married Jane MASSEY 22 Apr 1761. John
        died in 1772 in Virginia - received land in Stafford County, Virginia
        4b. Sarah WAUGH was born 27 May 1744 in Stafford County, Virginia
        4c. Betty WAUGH was born 4 Sep 1747 in Stafford County, Virginia Betty died 14 Sep 1747.
        4c. James WAUGH was born 26 Sep 1748 in Stafford County, Virginia

     

       
Stafford County, Virginia page 4 The estate of Rachael French 8 Sep 1748 James WAUGH Gentleman guardian to Rachael French, Orphan of Hugh French deceased produced.

Will Book Stafford County, Virginia Will Book page 172-173
In the name of God Amen I James WAUGH of Stafford County…. Very sick but
Of sound memory… I do make this my Last Will and testament in manner & form
Following making void all other wills….. Imprimis.. My soul to God…..
I give to my dear loving wife Betty Waugh the plantation whereon I now live and all the lands adjoining to it that belonged to my Brother John Waugh & five Negroes (named) during her widowhood & if my wife should marry it is my desire that my son John should have the land and the Negroes to be disposed of in manner following.

If my wife should now be with child that the Negroes be equally divided between my Daughter Sarah Waugh & it and if my wife should not be with child that then my desire is that my wife shall deliver up the Negro wench Pleasant & her increase and Moses to my Daughter Sarah at the time of her marriage or at the time she shall arrive to the age of 18 years & and the rest of the Negroes to be my Daughter Sarah after my Wife’s death.

Item I give to my loving son John Waugh all my land in Stafford County after the marriage or death of my wife aforesaid to him and the male heirs of his body forever, for want of such heirs to my son James Waugh & his male heirs. Impr. I give to my son James all my lands in Fairfax County to him and his male heirs… want of such heirs to my son John Waugh further if neither of my sons shall have Male heirs then my desire is that the land in Stafford County I have left my son John Waugh should descend after his death to his oldest female and the land I have given to my son James Waugh to his eldest female and if neither of my sons have issue it shall descend to the next heir at Law. Imps. I give to my loving son John Waugh 4 negroes (named)..his heirs forever. Imprs. I give to my loving son James Waugh 4 negroes (named) …his heirs forever. Imprs. I give to my loving son James Waugh & heirs forever. Imprs I give to John Turley in Fairfax County 25 acres of land for 21 years lying on Popes head on Bull Runs joining to this Mill beginning at the upper end of his dam where his water flows and running to Bull run to include 25 acres. I give to my son in Law Mason French all my account against him before this date hereon condition he lays no claim to the Negro woman Pleasant aforementioned in my said Will & if that said Mason French lay any claims or insist for any part that he should pay my Account and this money be divided between my son John Waugh and daughter Sarah Waugh. Impr I give to my daughter in law Rachel French all my account against her before the date here of on condition she lays no claim to the Negro woman Pleasant aforementioned in in my will & if said Rachael French Should lay claim for any part then she should pay my account and the money divided between my son John and daughter Sarah. Impr. I give to my loving wife Betty Waugh the rents belonging to the estate of my Brother John Waugh AND wife Betty WAUGH the rents belonging to the estate of my brother John Waugh what money is due from William Walker to me she paying all the debts & legacies of my Brother John and paying to William Walker 1800 pounds tobo a year as per agreement between Walker & myself. Imrs I give to the ExEr of William Wise it being 47 pounds it being the balance of his account against me to be appropriated as the rest of his estate and to be paid by my Exrs. In the year 1751. there being no perfect amount left by the said Wise against me.
Imps I appoint my loving wife and friends Mr John Mercer, The Revd John Moncure, Capt. Gerrard FOWE & Mr John Hamilton exrs of this my last will and testament and it further my desire that Mr John Mercer and the Revd John Moncure have the care of my two sons after they arrive to the age of twelve years with their estates to support them till they arrive to age of 21 years, and if they think convenient to bind them out to any trade they shall think proper. Imps I give all the rest of my estate to be equally divided between my dear and loving wife and my children. ….. In Witness 13 Apr 1750
Presence P. Mauzy

        Wm Lampton, Mary her mark Lampton           James Waugh
At court held for Stafford County 11 Sep 1750.. Last will and Testament of James Waugh Gent deceased presented into court …. Proved and admitted to record.
At a court held Stafford County 12 Mar 1750 administration with the Will annexed of James Waugh Gent Deceased is granted Betty Waugh his widow she having entered into bond with Francis Dade, William Mountjoy her security

Page 181-182 In Obedience to an Order County Court of Stafford to us directed bearing date 12 Mar 1751 we the subscribers being first sworn before Mott Doniphan Gentleman one of his Majestys Justices have proceed to appraise and Inventory estate of James Waugh Gentleman deceased. As followed
Signed Alexander Doniphan, John Simpson, James Hansbrough
Court held 9 Apr 1751.

Page 347 Account of the estate of John Waugh orphan of James Waugh Gentleman deceased received by Traverse Cook his guardian 18 Mar 1758.

        3c. Thomas WAUGH was born about 1707 in Virginia. Thomas WAUGH died before 1733.

William WAUGH and Margaret TYLER
    
        3d. William WAUGH was born about 1710 married Margaret TYLER 10 Sep 1738 in Overwharton
        Parish, Stafford County, Virginia. William TYLER died about 1748 in Prince WILLIAM
        County, Virginia
        Margaret was the daughter of John TYLER

Children of William WAUGH and Margaret TYLER

        4a. Tyler WAUGH was born 29 Feb 1739 in Stafford County, Virginia. Tyler WAUGH
        married (1) Margaret MAUZEY (2) Mary CRUMP Tyler died before 1800.
        5a. John WAUGH married (1) Unknown (2) Sarah HALL
        John died 13 Oct 1822 in Virginia
        5b. George WAUGH was born 1765 married Susannah BROWN 20 Dec 1794.
        George WAUGH DIED 8 Mar 1858 in Gallia County, Ohio
        4b. Priscilla WAUGH was born 22 Oct 1741 in Stafford County, Virginia. Priscilla married
        PETER MAUZEY (son of Peter MAUZEY and Elizabeth
        5a. John MAUZEY
        4c. William WAUGH was born in Prince William County, Virginia
        4d. Thomas WAUGH
        4e. Million WAUGH

George MASON and Elizabeth WAUGH

        2c. Elizabeth WAUGH was born about 1668 in Virginia. Elizabeth WAUGH married George MASON
        George MASON was the son of Colonel George MASON. Elizabeth WAUGH died about 1712
        at “Gunston Hall” Stafford County, Virginia
        MASON. This George MASON married three times.
        1. Mary FOWKES daughter of Colonel Gerard FOWKES
        2. Elizabeth WAUGH daughter of John WAUGH and Elizabeth
        3. Sarah FRENCH
        They Called Stafford Home, Jerilynn Eby page 198
        The town of Marlborough was laid out in 1691 on the same neck of land which
        included Accakeek Farm. George Mason II became one of the first “feoffes” of
        the town and was granted a number of lots there. He may have even built upon
        one or more of his lots as he petitioned to establish an ordinary in the town.
       
        George MASON II married three times, first to Mary Fowke, daughter of his
        father’s long-time friend. His second wife was Elizabeth WAUGH with whom
        Mason had been involved in the rebellion against the Catholics in 1688. His last
        wife is recorded only as Sarah.
       
Children of Elizabeth WAUGH and George MASON

        3a. Anne Fowke MASON was born about 1704 Anne married Thomas FITZHUGH. Thomas
        FITZHUGH was the son of William FITZHUGH and Sarah TUCKER
        4a. Mary FITZHUGH
        4b. Henry FITZHUGH
        3b. Catherine MASON was born 21 Jun 1707 in Stafford County, Virginia. Catherine married
        John MERCER Catherine MASON MERCER died 15 Jun 1750 in Virginia
        John MERCER was born 6 Feb 1704 Church Street Dublin (son of John MERCER and Grace
        FENTON. John died 14 Oct 1768 at Marlborough, Stafford County, Virginia. He is buried at
        Saint John’s Churchyard, Richmond City, Virginia.
        4a. Sarah Ann MERCER was born 21 Jan 1738 in Stafford County, Virginia.
        3c. Mary MASON was born about 1708 in Stafford County, Virginia.
        Mary married
(1)          George FITZHUGH
George FITZHUGH was born about 1690 at Eagles Nest, Stafford County, Virginia. He
Was the son of William FITZHUGH and Sarah TUCKER. George died in 1719
        George died in 1722 in King George County, Virginia.
(2)          Benjamin STROTHER III (son of William STROTHER V and Margaret THORNTON

NOT SURE HOW THIS FITS?

        1a. Thomas SMITH died in 1764 in Fairfax County, Virginia. Thomas married Anne Fowke
        MASON
        2a Susannah SMITH
        2b. Mary Fowke SMITH
        2c. William SMITH was born in 1739 in Richmond County, Virginia married to Margaret
        WHITLEY in 1760 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Served in the American Revolution
        5th Company of 11th & 15th regiment of General Daniel Morgan’s Rangers.
        3a. Robert SMITH
        3b. Anne Fowke SMITH married Joseph DONIPHAN 25 Apr 1784 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Witness”” Joseph DONIPHAN (seal) William SMITH (seal)
        Witness G. Brooke.
       
Joseph DONIPHAN and Anne Fowke SMITH

Children of George FITZHUGH and Mary MASON
       
        4a. George Mason FITZHUGH
       
Children of Benjamin STROTHER and Mary MASON

        4b. Alice STROTHER was born 30 Nov 1732
        4c. Anne STROTHER

GILES TRAVERS & ANN WAUGH

        2d. Ann WAUGH was born about 1672 in Virginia. Ann Waugh married
        Giles TRAVERS 12 July 1700 in Fredericksburg, Virginia County, Virginia.. Ann died before
1706          Giles died before 25 Oct 1706 at Potomac Creek, Stafford County, Virginia. Giles was the
son of Rawleigh TRAVERS and Elizabeth.

        3a. Elizabeth TRAVERS married
(1)          John CAVE
(2)           Lewis ELLZEY (left will in Stafford County, Virginia written 6 Apr 1714 - Will Proved
Proved 6 Apr 1714 Will Book K page 2 (record now lost)

        3b. Million TRAVERS died in 1758 in Stafford County, Virginia Million TRAVERS married
        Joseph WAUGH

        3c. Ann Travers.
        married (1) Thomas Dent (2) William Cave. William Cave left his will in Stafford County,
        Virginia will written 17 July 1742 and proved 14 Sep 1742

Children of William CAVE and Ann TRAVERS

        4a. James CAVE
        4b. Elizabeth CAVE married (1) Keene WITHERS (2) Andrew EDWARDS

They Called Stafford Home Jerrilyn EBY
PAGE 210 On August 5, 1707, John Cave (16??-1721) a carpenter from King and Queen County, had bought 300 acres from Sampson Darrell” “all that 300 acres of land lying on the South side of Potomack Creek in Stafford county bounded.. Northerly with Potomac creek Easterly with the lands of John Gowry, Thomas Gregg & Mr Waugh southerly and westerly with the land of Giles Travers the 300 acres being one half of 600 acres formerly sold by Capt William Heaberd to Capt John Norgrove by deed dated 6th day of Mar 1667 all which premises are now in the possession of John Cave by Virtgure of one Indenture of Bargain and sale to him there of made for the term of one year 12 sterling.”
John married Elizabeth Travers. In all likelihood the William Cave mentioned by the 1742 House of Burgesses was the son of John Cave.
Our knowledge of William is sketchy at best. He married Anne Travers, daughter of his neighbor, Giles Travers (16??-1717) their daughter, Elizabeth married Keene Withers. William Cave is mentioned in the 1724 tax record as owning one negro and 1,882 tobacco plants, making him a minor planter. On September 14, 1742, the will of William Cave was presented to the Stafford County, leaving all his land to his son James. The 1742 land tax records indicate that his executors paid tax on 800 acres of land. …….
In 1758 Andrew Edwards had married Elizabeth (Cave) Withers, daughter of John Cave.

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M page 338-339 William Cave of Overwharton Parish,, Son James
Daughter Elizabeth Cave, wife Anne. Mr John Waugh executor of Will written 17 July 1742 will proved 14 Sep 1742.

"Pedigree of the Travers Family," William & Mary Quarterly, July, 1895, vol. 4, no. 1.) Wilson Miles Gray,
William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 3. (Jan., 1907), pp. 33-49.), daughter of John Waugh and Elizabeth.
Notes for Giles Travers:
GILES TRAVERS of Waltham Place, Thorpe, Surrey, Esq., b. 1623; d. Oct. 25, 1706, ‘ 83; will, pro. 1706, makes Samuel Travers, son of Thomas, his heir and ex'r. The Herald and Genealogist, IV., 110, makes this Thomas son of Samuel No. 7, supra, and gr. son of John, Rector of Faringdon, and Alice Hooker; N. and Q. makes him son of Walter No. 9, denying that Samuel No. 7 married. However, Manning and Bray's "Surrey," III., 246, state that James Travers in 1706 placed a monument to Giles in the N. transept of St. Mary's Ch. at Thorpe, with this inscription:
Arms, "Argent on a chev. gu. 3 griffins' heads erased or: a chief az. charged with 3 bezants." (II. S. E.)
Sparacio, Ruth & Sam; Abstracts of Land Causes Prince William County, Virginia, 1790-1793 (McLean, Virginia, The Antient Press, 1992) pp 32-33. "Page 335-337, May 1791
1a. Giles TRAVERSE wrote his will 1 May 1716 in Stafford County, Virginia 11 Sep 1717 will proved in
        Stafford County, Virginia
        2a. Elizabeth TRAVERSE married John CAVE
        2b. Ann TRAVERSE married William CAVE
        2c. Million TRAVERSE
1b. Rawleigh Traverse (brother)
my son in law, John Cave
    "In the name of God Amen, the first day of June in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and seventeen, I Giles Traverse Gentleman living in Stafford County in the Colony of Virginia, being sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God for it, Therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following; that is to say, first & principally, I give my Soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it to me and for my body I recommend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian and decent manner at the Discretion of my Executors, nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection, I shall receive the same again by the might power of God, And as touching such worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life, I give devise bequeath & bestow the same in manner following; I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, Elizabeth, four hundred acres of land beginning at the Landing Run and so running out round to compleat it & I give to my Daughter, Elizabeth, that land above Deep Run being about one hundred and sixty acres. I owe unto my Daughter, Elizabeth, Negroe Dick & Negro Dick & Negroe Jack & Negro Nubb. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, Elizabeth, two beds with Canvas Ticks & the furniture belonging to them; Negro Betty being with Child & if it lives I give the Child to my Grand Daughter. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, Ann, the Plantation where I now live & all the remainder of the land when my Daughter has hers. I give unto my Daughter, Ann, Negroe Giles & Negroe Peg & Peter & Roger & two feather beds and furniture, and I give unto my Daughter, Ann, at the day of marriage, two new Rugs and two pair of Blankets to paid out of the Rents of Occoquan. I give and bequeath to my Daughter, Million, all my land above Occoquan. I give unto my Daughter, Million, a Negroe called Bess & a Negroe called Phillis, & a Negroe called Tony and a Negroe called Sarah. I give unto my Daughter, Million, two feather beds & furniture at the day of Marriage, two new rugs and two pair of blankets to paid out of the rents of Occoquon and I give unto my Daughter, Million, twelve barrow hogs at the day of marriage three years old apiece and the rest of my hogs to the family use and all the remainder of my personal Estate to be equally divided between my three Daughters; And my will is that if John Cave, should bring any of the Estate to Appraisement that he shall forfeit all his Estate that belongs to his Wife and the part to be equally divided between my Daughter, Ann, and my Daughter, Million, And I make and ordain my loving Brother, Rawleigh Traverse & my son in law, John Cave, my full and whole executors and I do hereby utterly disallow revoke and annul all and every other former Testament Will Legacies Bequests and Execution by me in any wise before this time named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and none other to be my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written.
"Signed sealed published pronounced & declared by the said Giles Travis as and for his Last Will & Testament. In presence of us, Tho: Ellzey, Edwd. Watts, James Jervers.
"Giles sig GT Traverse
"At a Court held for Stafford County the 11th September 1717, The Last Will and Testament of Giles Travers, deced, was presented into Court by Raleigh Traverse & John Cave, his Executors who made oath thereto and the same being proved by the oaths of Thomas Ellzey & Edward Watts witnesses thereto the same is admitted to Record, And upon the motion of the said Raleigh Traverse and John Cave and their performing what is usual in such cases, Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form.
"George Mason, C. S. C.
"From Lib:H, folio 679. From the Record True Copy. H. Tyler, C.S.C."
Source: John Bennett Boddie, _Historical Southern Families_, vol. 2, and also 'The Register of Overwharton Parish Stafford County, VA 1723-1758,' by George Harrison Sanford King. On pp. 247-248, King states that Elizabeth was the only daughter by Ann WAUGH.
   
They Called Stafford Home by Jerrilyn EBY page 193
Peter Daniel (1706-1777) moved to Stafford County from Middlesex as a young man, and married Sarah Travers (171?-1788) of Crow’s Nest the daughter of Rawleigh Travers of Stafford. Peter Daniel became on of Stafford’s leading citizens, serving as senior president justice of the count and a member of the Committee of Safety. Long an advocate for freedom from England, he was the first to sign a protest against the Stamp Act.
Peter and Sarah had three children, Hannah Ball Daniel (1737-1829), Travers Daniel (1741-1824), and Elizabeth Travers Daniel who died as an infant. Like his father, Travers was very prominent in county affairs and he was the official county surveyor from 1763 to 1794. Travers was also a Justice for Stafford County and succeeded his father as Presiding Justice. He married Frances Moncure, daughter of the Reverend Mr John Moncure of Clermont, by whom he had eleven children.

Alexander WAUGH and Catherine WEBB

        2e. Alexander WAUGH was born about 1674 Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia or
        Alexander married Catherine WEBB about 1703. Alexander died in Virginia in 1722.

        Diana Webb made a deed of gifts of various chattels o her daughter Catherine WAUGH.
        In 1707 Joseph Waugh of Overwharton made a deed of gift for 1,200 acres of land to his brother
        Alexander WAUGH, describing it as part of 6,350 acres on the head of Potomac Creek which was
        patented by their late father. On Oct 1707 Alexander Waugh, planter of Overwharton Parish
        conveyed this land to his brother in law George MASON.

Children of Alexander WAUGH and Catherine WEBB

        3a. Alexander WAUGH Junior was born about 1707 in Virginia. Alexander WAUGH died in
        Orange County, Virginia in 1793. Alexander married Sarah
        4a. Richard WAUGH was born about 1732. Richard married Margaret BROWN 11 Nov
        1782
        4b. Alexander WAUGH III was born 20 Jan 1734 in Stafford County, Virginia. Alexander
        married Sarah Person BINNS (daughter of Charles BINNS II and Ann Alexander.
        Alexander died in 1793 in Orange County, Virginia
        5a. Richard WAUGH born 1732
        5b. Alexander WAUGH was born about 1734 in Orange County, Virginia
        5c. John WAUGH was born about 1736 in Orange County, Virginia. John married Miss
        HOARD John died 10 July 1802 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
        5d. Abner WAUGH (Rev) was born about 1738 in Orange County, Virginia. Abner
        married Philadelphia Whitehead CLAIBORNE. Philadelphia was born in King
        George County, Virginia daughter of Philip Whitehead CLAIBORNE. Abner died
        13 Sep 1806 in Caroline County, Virginia
       
        4c. John WAUGH was born about 1736 in Virginia and died 10 Jul 1802.
        4d. Abner WAUGH was born about 1738 in Virginia. Abner married Philadelphia Claiborne
        CARTER. Abner died 13 Sep 1806
        NOTE: Abner WAUGH was a well-known Episcopal minister in several Virginia
        parishes. He was a student at the College of William and Marry in 1765-1768. he
        served as Chaplain of a Continental regiment during the Revolutionary War, and was
        Chaplain of the Virginia State Convention of 1788.
        The Waugh Way West by Shirley Stewart Waugh 1988.
        4e. George WAUGH
        4f. Mary WAUGH married (1) Reverand Musgrove DAWSON and (2) Judge Joseph JONES
        4g. Elizabeth WAUGH married Joseph THOMAS

        3b. Richard WAUGH was born about 1715 in Virgiina. He died 3 July 1805 in Culpeper
        County, Virginia. Richard married Margaret BROWN
   
        3c. Solomon WAUGH married Betty CHINN 13 Apr 1748 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford
        County, Virginia
        4a. Micajah WAUGH was born 9 Jan 1749 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia
        4b. Grace WAUGH was born 21 July 1751 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia.
        Grace married Elisha PERRY
    
        2f. Richard WAUGH was born about 1676

        2g. David WAUGH was born about 1678 and died 1751-1753
        (Witnessed several records for other family members)
        NOTE: David WAUGH received 1,200 acres of land by deed of Gift from his eldest brother
        Joseph Waugh, and must have purchased 300 acres later. He appear on the Quit Rent Roll of 1723
        with 1,500 acres of land in Stafford County, and was a tobacco tender there in 1724. he died in
        1753 at the home of the widow Priscilla Vandegasteel Hay (a stepdaughter of David’s brother, John
        Jr). Waugh Way West page 12

STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA RECORDS

From the Overwharton Parish Records, Stafford Cty, VA,

1a. John WAUGH
        2a. Joseph WAUGH
        2b. David WAUGH
        2c. Priscilla WAUGH married Mr Hay who died early.

    Indenture 11 Sep 1723 it is stated that the will of John Waugh of Stafford county was dated 8th of October 1716, and that on 11 Sep 1723 his surviving executors were: Joseph Waugh, David Waugh and Priscilla Hay (widow). On page 65 it is stated that John Waugh, Jr infant is the eldest son of the said John Waugh deceased. The executors of John Waugh Sr., deceased sell 1000 acres of land to Rev Alexander Scott, Minister of Overwharton Parish.

Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills - 1652-1800
Page 227
WAUGH, William, Inv. 14 Sep 1726 Rec Sept 1726, Eliza Waugh, adm. W.B. 20, page 507

WAUGH, Eliza. 5 apr 1745, Rec 14 Jun 1745. Son James & William Waugh. Ex. Sons Wm & James, Wits: Wm Kelly, James Donnellan, Charles Hammonds, WB 14 p. 80.

Waugh, William. Inv & Ap Rec 16 May 1760. returned by Mary Waugh. W.B. 16. p 88.

Waugh, Wm. Division 18 Jun 1767. Rec 20 Aug 1767.
        John Nicholas, John Yerby & Benj George divide the estate of Wm Waugh, dec. and possest Charles
        Hammond’s wife with her part of this deceased Estate. W. B. 18, p. 85.
        19 May 1768. Wm Mason possest with his wife’s part of sd estate 16 Jun 1768. W. B. 18, p 115.

Waugh, William 31 Mar 1771. Rec 16 May 1771. Bartely, James possessed with his wife’s part of
        Said estate. W. B. 20, page 43

1a. James WAUGH wrote his will 21 May 1767 and it was recorded 20 Aug 1767
        sister Judith WAUGH married Jno CLAYTON
        sister Judith WAUGH daughter Eliza YOPP
        brother William WAUGH and his daughter Elizabeth WAUGH
        brother William WAUGH daughter Judith WAUGH HAMMOND
        brother William WAUGH daughter Ann WAUGH
        brother William WAUGH daughter Mary WAUGH

Waugh, James 21 May 1767. rec 20 Aug 1767.
        To Jno Clayton, son of my late sister Judith Clayton. Elizabeth Waugh, daughter of my late brother
        William Waugh. Judith Hammond, daughter of my brother Wm Waugh, Mary Waugh daughter of my
        Brother Wm Waugh. Anne Waugh daughter of my brother William Waugh. Eliza Yopp, daughter of
        My sister Judith Clayton. John Clayton, son of my sister Judith Clayton. Ex John Clayton Wits: Thos
        Pinckard, Edney Tapscott, James simmons. Will 18, p. 83

WAUGH, James. Appraisement. 8 Dec 1767. Recorded 18 Dec 1767. W B 18, p. 83.

The Waugh Way West - Some Descendants of Rev. John Waugh of Virginia by Shirley Stewart WAUGH of Centralia, Washington, 1988.

    VIRGINIA GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND - by Mr. Lothrop Withington, 30 Little Russell Street
W.C., London(including “Gleanings” by Mr. H. F. Waters, not before printed). Page 296.

DAVID WAUGH. Will 27 December 1692; proved 20 Feb 1693-4. “ A Board the Elizabeth of London Captaine George Hil Master this twenty Seventh day of December one thousand six hundred and nintie two yeares I David Waugh Planter in Stafford County Virginia being sick and diseased in body and whole in mind, for the love and favour and received obligations for the consanguinity of blood betwixt Peter
Wauch Sailor in New Castle upon Tyne and me I doe hereby this my last will and Testament freely give and bequeath to the said Peter his heires and assigns Tobacco marked W and number from one to sixteen shipped by me in the Pittomock river aboard the Spencer of London Captaine Nicholas Goodridge Master and consigned by me to Thomas Stark part owner of the said vessel to be disposed upon to my best advantage and behoof in and to the which Tobacco in forty pounds English money as the Neate prize thereof duty faght all charges cleared I hereby devolve my full power in favour of the said Peter Waugh or his assigns, “ etc. etc. Signed David Waugh. Witnesses: George Hill, Robert Young, Ar. Bleeck. Administration to Henry Bowen, attorney for Peter Waugh (now overseas) brother and universal legatee of David Waugh, late of ship Elizabeth, deceased, over seas. Box 207.
(Possibly a kinsman of the strenuous parson, John Waugh, of Stafford county, whose speeches in 1688 aroused strong anti-Catholic feeling in that section.)

Overwharton Parish Register, 1720, 1760 Old Stafford County, Virginia

James CAVE son of William and Anne born 24 Apr 1741
William CAVE Died at his home 14 Aug 1742
James CAVE son of William and Anne died 6 Jan 1743
Ann Cave married Thomas DENT 3 Dec 1747

Uriel CROSBY son of George CROSBY and Sarah born 19 Aug 1738
Ann CROSBY daughter of George and Sarah born 1 Oct 1741
George CROSBY married Mary HUGES 6 Jan 1744
Anne CROSBY daughter of George and Mary born 30 May 1745
George CROSBY departed this life 5 Dec 1745
Anne CROSBY daughter of George died 31 Oct 1745
Sally CROSBY daughter of George and Mary died 28 Oct 1745
George CROSBY son of George and Mary was born 1 Sep 1747
Sarah CROSBY married Edward BALLS 24 Nov 1748
Mary CROSBY daughter of George and Mary born 14 Nov 1757

Benjamin CRUMP married Hannah James 2 Feb 1749

Travers COOKE married Mary DONIPHAN 26 Feb 1754
Mott COOKE son of Travers and Mary born 17 Mar 1757

Sarah Traverse married Peter Daniel 15 July 1736
Rawleigh TRAVERSE departed this life 15 Oct 1749

William WAUGH married Margaret TYLER 10 Sep 1738
Tyler WAUGH son of William WAUGH and Margaret born 29 Feb 1739
Elizabeth WAUGH daughter of Joseph WAUGH and Million born 31 Mar 1740
Mary WAUGH married Alexander DONIPHAN 17 Jun 1740
James WAUGH married Betty FRENCH 22 Aug 1740
John WAUGH son of James WAUGH and Betty born 20 Oct 1741
Priscilla WAUGH daughter of William WAUGH and Margaret BORN 22 Oct 1741
John WAUGH departed this life 17 Nov 1742
Traverse WAUGH son of Joseph William born 24 Jan 1743
Sarah WAUGH daughter of betty and James baptized 20 Jun 1744
James WAUGH son of James and Elizabeth born 4 Feb 1746
James WAUGH son of James and Betty died 3 Sep 1746 Betty WAUGH daughter of James and Betty born 4 Sep 1747
Betty WAUGH daughter of James and Betty departed this life 14 Sep 1747
Joseph WAUGH died 4 Sep 1747
Solomon WAUGH married Betty CHINN 13 Apr 1748
Micajiah WAUGH son of Solomon and Betty born 9 Jan 1749
Waugh, Captain James departed this life 9 May 1750
Betty WAUGH married Andrew EDWARDS 7 May 1751
David WAUGH died at Priscilla HAYES 22 Mar 1753
   
Saint Paul’s Parish Stafford County, Virginia 1715-1776
King George County, Virginia 1777-1798

    John WAUGH married Jane MASSEY 22 Apr 1761
Gracey WAUGH married Elisha PERRY 30 Jan 1783
John WAUGH married Mary Watts ASHTON 4 Nov 1790
Lettetia TRAVERS married James GRIGSBY 18 Jan 1753
Lucy daughter of William & Margaret TRAVERS born 13 Dec 1762
Alexander, son of Alexander & Sarah DONIPHAN born 13 Aug 1721
Sarah DONIPHAN married William HANSFORD 12 Feb 1725 /6
Type Fowke page 51
No Cave
No Ellzey
MERCER, Mary married Daniel MCCARTY 3 Apr 1764
       
Fauquier County, Virginia Marriages

WAUGH, Tyler & Mary CRUMP 25 Aug 1773 bondsman John KERR daughter of John CRUMP & Betty

Fauquier County, Virgnia Deed Book 4 page 61-62
25 Aug 1770 William Blackwell and Elizabeth his wife and Joseph Tullos were neighbors in Fauquier County, Virginia
Deed Book 2 page 579-580. Deed of Gift between Thomas Conway and Elizabeth his wife & William Conway their son 200 acres part of 307 acres given to the said Elizabeth by Mary Waugh her mother in Fauquier County, Virginia on Elk Run. Thomas and Elizabeth to have this land during their natural lives. Witness Mary Doniphan, John Mauzey, Henry Conway (land formerly in Prince William County, Virginia
Deed Book 5 page 264-266 West side of Furr’s Run

Fauquier County Virginia deed Book 579-580 Deed of Gift between Thomas Conway and Elizabeth his wife and William Conway, their son… natural love and affections….200 acres part of a tract containing 307 acres given by said Elizabeth by Mary Waugh her mother…being part of 607 acres by patent from prop 14 Mar 1718 and the 307 acres being in the upper part of patent 607a which being divided from the lower part recorded in said county…on Elk Run joining the lands of Mr Waggoner, Mr Gibson AND Mr Thomas Bullitt… for the natural life of said Elizabeth Conway and after her death to be peaceable held by William Conway. Signed Thomas Conway, Elizabeth Conway. Witness Mary Doniphan, John Mauzey, Henry Conway. Received 24 Nov 1766 acknowledge by Thomas CONWAY

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 2 page 666 - 669 1 Jun 1767
William Waugh of King George County & Peter Pearce some from Joseph Duncan and Lydia his wife to Wm Waugh father of the grantor who obtained by will from his father recorded in Prince William County Virginia signed William Waugh 27 July 1767

WILLIAM WAUGH

        1a. William WAUGH died by 11 Oct 1748 in Stafford County, Virginia
        2a. Travers WAUGH
        2b. Joseph WAUGH
        2c. Gowry WAUGH

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book page 3.
Pp 13-14 In the name of God Amen. I William Waugh of Stafford County being sick but of perfect memory thanks be to almighty God…do ordain this my last will & testament….hereby revoking all other… in for following Item I give & bequeath my soul into the hands of almighty God…buried at the discretions of my executors here after named. Item I give unto my loving son Travers Waugh all my land in Fairfax County on North side of Occoquan… for want of heirs to my loving son Joseph Waugh and heirs of his body lawfully begotten & for want of heirs to my loving son Gowry Waugh his heirs. Item I give to my loving son Travers Waugh my Gold Ring. I do hereby appoint my trusty friend James Waugh and my loving son Gowry Waugh My executors.. this 26th day October 1747.
Presence of Solomon Waugh,
        Eliza Cave, Eliza Ellzey William Waugh

At court held for Stafford County October 11, 1748 Last Will & Testament of William Waugh deceased presented in court by James Waugh gent…Gowry Waugh heir at law being present further proved by oaths of (witnesses named)…admitted to record….said Executors performing what is usual in such cases….certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof.

     Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper, Prince
    William Fauquier and Stafford Counties 1710-1780 Volume III compiled by Peggy Shomo Joyner
    George Crosby, also John Bradford, no arrant, survey (1) 31 Dec 1722 for Crosby, 417 acres on Brent
    Town Run falling into Cedar Run of Occaquan 1722, house on plat, 15 acres on Great Marrs Run,
    adjoining Jas Warren, Thomas King cart, deceased (now Jno Bradford’s Jno Marr, Junr, Jno Hooper
    Survey Thos Hooper filed in oversized box

1a. George CROSBY will was written 14 Sep 1725 Will was proved 14 Apr 1731 in Stafford County
        Virginia.
        (sister Sarah CROSBY)
        2a. Daniel CROSBY
        3a. Sara CROSBY
        2b. George CROSBY
        2c. Mary CROSBY
        3a. William Mountjoy
        3b. Peter Mozee
        3c. Elizabeth Mozee

George Crosby Will dated 14 Sep 1725 Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M page 28-29

In Name of God Amen I George Crosby Senior of Parish of Overwharton, County of Stafford being well in body and of perfect memory.. do make my Last Will & Testament…Imprimis I bequeath my now dwelling plantation unto George Crosby the sone of my son Daniel Crosby with all the land thereunto belonging as also one young mullato slave named Will all which to be delivered to him at the eighteenth year of his age together with a gun and in case that he the said George should dye ere the expiration of the said tearme that then it may be fore the next heir at law. Item I bequeath unto the said George and to his sister Sarah Crosby to be equally divided between them 200 ells of find dowlas & 200 ells of Brown linen two new feather beds, two new rugs, two news pares of blankets, two paris of sheets, two good boulsters, two good iron potts and pott hooks, two frying pans, six pewter dishes and six pewter bassoons, the dishes each weighing four pounds and the Bassons each to hold a gallon, four pieces of serge, four cows and foure calves all which they are to received att the 18th year of their age and if either of them dies hat then who are of them liven shall enjoy the whole and if both dies ere then that it may be for the next heir at law. Item, I bequeath unto my son George the plantation whereon he now dwelleth. Also old negro will and Indian Man. Item I bequeath unto George Crosby junior the son of my son George one Indian Mullatta woman Frank and her increase as alsoe one Indian mullato boy Jno Cooper also one half of the last parcel of land taken up by me on Town Run and his heirs and the other half unto Peter Mozee and in case said Peter dies that then Sara Crosby the daughter of my son Daniel shall enjoy the same and her lawfull heirs also that George Crosby is to have the half next the towne and Peter his next to the negros run. I tem I bequeath unto Sarah Hayes 2 pieces of dowlas each containing 50 odd Ells, Item I bequeath unto Peter Hays all and every of the parsel of ground first taken up by me on Brent Town Run and if in cse that at he dies with out lawfull issue then it must be divided between both my grandsons the two Georges Crosby’s. Item I bequeath unto Mary my daughter 1000 weight of tobacco, 1000 weight of Tobacco to each of ther three children namely William Mountjoy, Peter Mozee and Elizabeth Mozee. Item I bequeath all the rest of my estate both real and partial that shall remain after my debts legacies & funeral charges be paid unto my executor hereafter mentioned and none of it be brought to an appraisement. Item I doe hereby make my son George Crosby my sole executor this 14th of September 1725.
Presence of William Allen George X Crosby
        Sarah Allen, James McDonnell
At Court held for Stafford County 14th Apr 1731 …Will …of George Crosby deceased…presented by his executor…being proved…. Admitted to record…Certificate granted for obtaining he giving sufficient security.

1a. George CROSBY wrote his will 10 Feb 1737 and it was proved in Jan 1738 in Stafford County,
        Virginia. Mother Mary MATHENY
1b. Henry SMITH (brother)
1c. Sarah SMITH (sister)

Will of George Crosby page 253-254
In the Name of God Amen I George Crosby of County of Stafford am sick but of perfect judgement..an desirous to settle my worldly estate in manner as followeth: Imps. I recommend my soul to hands of God and my body to the earth. Item I give to my brother Henry Smith one tract of land lying on Rockie Run a South branch of Acquiah Creek being by estimation 122 acres to him to be disposed of as him the said Henry Smith shall think proper. Item I give to my well beloved sister Sarah Smith all that tract of land lying on the north side of Accokeek run where Jno Hunt now dwells being by estimation 100 acres to here and her heirs. Item I give to my sister Sarah one young horse now in the possession of my uncle George Crosby as also one gun no in possession of my brother Henry Smith to her and heirs. Item I give to my hououred mother Mary Matheny four pounds current money of Virginia to be raised and levied on my estate and to be paid her by my exes hereafter named. I like wise bequeath my bond. Mother one remnant of dowlace. Item I give to my well beloved sister Sarah Smith all and singular my goods chattels not above mentioned or already willed to her and her heirs. My will is that my brother Henry Smith Sole Executor of this my last will and Testament. In witness this tenth day of February 1737
William Matheny, Amos Matheny
At Court held for Stafford County xth January 1737/8 will presented in Court ..who made oath.. proved..certificate granted for obtaining probate.
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1a. George CROSBY married Sarah George CROSBY wrote his will 27 Nov 1745. It was proved
        in Stafford County, Virginia 8 Apr 1746
        2a. Uriel CROSBY
        2b. George CROSBY

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M page 450
Will of George Crosby
In Name of God Amen I George Crosby of Overwharton Parish in County of Stafford being weak in body but of perfect sence… do make this my Last Will & Testament Vizt Item I give my now dwelling plantation to my dear and loving wife Sarah Crosby during her life with all the lands and appurtenances thereunto belonging and after her deceased to my son Uriel Crosby and his heirs lawfully begotten of his body, and for want of such heirs to the hears of my son George Crosby and for want of such heirs to the nest heir at law. Item I give to my son George Crosby one large Bible and one Gun with a Trumpett Muzzell. Item I give to my dear and loving wife Sarah Crosby two negroes named Dick and John and after her deceased to my son Uriel Crosby. Item I give to my son Uriel one tract of land lying on the head of Aquia. Containing 200 acres and his heirs lawfully begotten and for want of such heirs to the next heir at law. Item I give to my dear and loving wife Sarah all the rest of my estate both real and personal and at her deceased to my son Uriel Crosby Sol executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof …set hand this 27ty November 1745.
Presence Thoms Gough,
Wm Gough, Winifret Raley
At court held for Stafford County Aprill 8, 1746 will. Presented by Executors …being proved… admitted to record/ and George Crosby son and heir at laws of the said deceased objected to this will being proved / and on Motion of the said Exxex and she performing what is usual.. Certificate granted for obtaining
probate.

1a. Peter MAUZY married Elizabeth
        2a. Michael MAUZY
        2b. Peter MAUZY
        2c. John MAUZY
        2d. Elizabeth MAUZY
        2e. Mary MAUZY

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book Liber O page 189-190

In Name of God Amen I Peter Mauzy of Stafford County sick but of perfect mind… appoint this to be my last will and Testament…Following first soul to God Body to earth…. Item I give to my loving son Michael MAUZY and heirs …the whole tract of land whereon I now live and after the deceased of my loving wife Elizabeth and in default of heirs to my loving son John Mauzy, and in default of heirs to my loving son Peter Mauzy and his heirs…Item I give unto my loving son John Mauzy all my land on Elk Run in Prince William County and to his heirs in default of heirs to son Peter Mauzy Item I give my son Michael one cow and calf when he arrives age of 21 years. Item I give all my negroes and personal estate whatsoever to be equally divided between my loving wife Elizabeth Mauzy, my loving son Peter, my loving daughter Mary MAUZY and my loving daughter Elizabeth MAUZY and their heirs. The negroes & personal estate to remain in care of my loving wife Elizabeth until my daughters arrive at age of 18 or married. No division is to be made before in the said Estate, and the said Mary and Elizabeth and Peter Mauzy are to be maintained on the profits of the estate until a division of same. Item I appoint my loving friends William MOUNTJOY, Alexander DONIPHAN & John MAUZY Jr. to bind out my son Michael Mauzy directly to the Trade they think best and most suitable to the Boy’s genius, until he arrives at the age of 21 years. I do appoint my loving friends aforemetd. Likewise to bind out my son John Mauzy to a good handecraft Trade until he comes at the age of 21 years to dispose of him in any other manner they shall judge proper as the boy has a promising genius. And Lastly I do appoint my loving wife Elizabeth MAUZY MY WHOLE AND SOLE Executris of this my last will and Testament utterly revoking all former wills.. 12th Feb 1750/1.
Presence Adam Stephen Peter Mauzy
        John Mauzy, John Pilcher
At court held for Stafford County June 11h 1751 This last Will & Testament of Peter Mauzy deceased was presented into Court by Elizabeth Mauzy Exex therein named…proved admitted to record Cert. Granted her for obtaining Probate…

Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Volume II 1742-1775 Compiled by Gertrude E. Gray F-230; Mr William Waugh of Stafford County 1395 acres in Stafford & King George County surveyed by Capt Thomas Hooper. William Waugh had 1200 Acres of 8000 acres granted John Waugh of Stafford county Clerk & 190 acres surplus. Resurv. Mr John Grant. Adjoining Col Charles Carter, James Baxter, Alexander Doniphan by Potomack Run 26 July 1745.

Stafford County, Virginia Will Book
Page 76
In Name of God Amen the 10th October 1749 I Rawleigh Travers being sick but of sound mind do make this my last will and Testament Imprimis I give to Mr Peter Daniel four negroes & to the children of his present wife Sarah. Item I give my negroe fellow Joe to my Sister Elizabeth Cooker her life after to her son Traverse Cooke I give to my sister Sarah Daniel a negro girl called Sarah and her Increase to her three children vizt. Hannah, Travers & Elizabeth Daniel. Item I bequeath to Hannah Cook negro to Travers Cooke all my negroes not yet mentioned All my personal estate in corn tobacco money and cattle to be divided in three parts one of which I will leave to my Sister Elizabeth COOKE the other two parts to my nephew & heir Travers Cook all my debts being duly paid. Item I give to my neice Hannah Cooke one of the best beds and furniture in my house together with four cows & calves. I ordain my trusty loving friends Elizabeth Cooke and Traverse Cooke my whole and sole executors.
Presence David Waugh,
       John Sutherland, Thomas Hay,
       Michael Ryan
At Court held for Stafford County 12th Decr 1749 Last Will & Testament of Rawleigh Travers deceased
Presented to court by Travers Cooke Executor named.. being proved admitted to record. Certificate granted him for obtaining Probate…
The Register of Saint Paul’s Parish 1715-1798 Stafford County, Virginia H.S. Sanford King
John WAUGH married Jane MASSEY 22 Apr 1761
Gracey WAUGH married Elisha PERRY 30 Jan 1783
John WAUGH married Mary Watts ASHTON 4 Nov 1790

JAMES, Bartley married WAUGH, Eliz, Mrs. on 20 Dec 1763 in Lancaster Co., VA

Giles Travers, son of Raleigh/Rawleigh Travers was born ca 1662 possibly in Lancaster, VA. He married ca 1687 Ann Waugh and they had issue: Elizabeth, Ann and Million. Giles Travers died in Stafford, VA in 1717.
The Reverend John Waugh was born ca 1630 in Scattergate, England. He married ca 1655 Elizabeth Unknown. Rev.Waugh and Elizabeth had the following children: Ann, Joseph, John, Elizabeth, Alexander, Richard and David. The Reverend Waugh was a minister in Overwharton parish in Stafford, VA. He lived for a time in Northumberland, VA. Rev.Waugh died in Stafford, VA in 1706.
John Cave was born ca 1640 in England, the son of Samuel Cave and Rachel Kellogg. He was an importer of fine wines. He owned land in Stafford County. He married 1) Unknown Andrews, daughter of George Andrews and had issue: John (this John died in 1749 without issue) and David. He married 2) Elizabeth Travers and had known issue: Mary. It is also possible that John Cave was the father of William Cave who died in 1742 of Stafford County as David released the land which reverted to him upon his brother John's death to Keene Withers who was married to this William Cave's daughter as this William Cave had died prior to 1748. In 1707 John Cave of King and Queen County, a carpenter, purchased from Sampson Darrell of Gloucester Co. 300 acres in Stafford County on the south side of Potomack Creek and bordering the lands of John Gorvey, Thomas Gregg, William Waugh, and Giles Travers. John Cave along with John Echols paid for the transportation of many others to America. In 1721 the will of John Cave was proven at Stafford. The will was written in 1714 and devised 200 acres of land to his son John Cave but was reverted to David Cave and his wife Sarah in Orange County, VA. John Cave lived in Overwharton Parish.Other Cave's in Stafford, Spotsylvania and later Orange and Culpepper Counties who may have been sons of John Cave were: Benjamin, Robert, Thomas and Joseph. David, Benjamin and Robert were closely associated with one another in the public records between 1720 and 1750 and gave sons these names. David named sons: David, Benjamin and Robert. Benjamin named sons: Benjamin, John, William and David. Robert named sons: Robert, John and William. A chart for the family assembled by English genealogist, Tyrell, shows Benjamin as the immigrant of Rev.William Cave of Windsor, Chaplain to Charles II, and his wife Anna Stonehouse. Rev. William Cave's will was cited in support. The will mentions daughters, a grandson, a deceased son Ralph, but no mention of Benjamin nor any living son. Anna Stonehouse Cave died in 1691. Benjamin's depositon in 1758 states his birth in 1703. John Cave (ca 1640-1720) may not have been the immigrant. There were earlier Cave's who could have been a prior generation.

WAUGH , John. Born in the North of England. Became a minister of Potomac Parish in Stafford County, 1667 or before, and was probably its first minister… After Potomac was divided… into Overwharton and Choatank…. He continued in charge of both until about 1700. Died about 1706. a man of education and political influence, and had a very turbulent career, suspended by the Governor for six months in 1675 for marrying a couple with out banns or license, and got into trouble about 1691 for the same cause.
   
I have a connection to the 1691 marriage. The marriage was recorded in 1692 in Westmoreland County. From Westmoreland records abstracted by Mr. Beverley Fleet "Mr. John Waugh married Benj. Blanchflower and Mrs. Temperance Crabb without Lycence or Banes." Temperance Gerrard Hutt Crabb Blanchflower was my many greats grandmother. My many greats grandfather was Temperance's second husband John Crabb. Oh, speaking of the Gerrard family, in the records for Capt. Alexander Doniphan (the immigrant) is mention of a power of attorney from Thomas Yeabsley to Doniphan to collect debts due Yeabsley by Robert Slye of Maryland. Robert Slye was married to Temperance's sister Susanna. The early record books of Westmoreland are filled with the scandals of the Gerrard family--and the language in those records It's enough to make me blush. But it is great fun reading them.
   
Cheryl

Virginia Colonial Abstracts Volume 23 Westmorland County 1653-1657 by Beverley FLEET
Beverley Fleet
Page 90
Note: In a way I feel disgraced in including the items to follow in the records of this false and deceitful transcript. However they are in this volume and even if out of time and place they are authentic and to be relied upon. The explanation being that this is an old sheet of paper pasted in the back of this book and apt to be overlooked by students since great numbers of black pages preceed it. It is marked in a modern hand “taken from an old Board In Back of book” It is to be presumed that this original is of circa 1690 plus
Several marriages appear which are apparently

091
Abstracts from transcript of 1801-1802 (continued) However, the one authentic page from this huge tome of error is here continued.

John Washing Junr ) Cap’t Law: Washington
Mrs Mary Towsend) Mr John Washington Sen) security

Benj: Blanchflower)
And without lycense or Banes by Mr Jno WAUGH
Jane Brown

Richmond County, Virginia
June 5, 1700 - John Waugh, minister; William Thompson, clerk; Mr. Samuel Baily, justice; Mr. Samuel Peachey, sheriff.

International Genealogical Index

John WAUGH wife Margaret DAVIE 29 Apr 1658 Tynemouth, Northumberland, England 11 Mar 1977 Manti

John WAUGH wife Dorothy LUMSON 28 Oct 1656 Alnwick, Northumberland, England 11 Apr 1979 Manti

John Waugh wife Katherine WHALEY 1 Dec 1662 Barwick in Elmet, Yorkshire, England 3 Nov 1977 Oakland

John WAUGH wife Allison AWTON 13 Dec 1656 Ryton, Durham, England 16 Oct 1972 Logan

John WAUGH wife Margaratt SALKELD 1 May 1654 Brough under Stoenman, England 3 Sep 1977 IFALL

John WAUGH wife Anne HAGGERSTON 22 July 1663 Nowbeen, Northumberland, England 8 Aug 1979 Arizo

Pricilla was the daughter of Giles Vandagesteel. His will was proved in Stafford 12 Nov 1700 Ref Book Z page 54. See also Prince William county, Virginia Deed Book No 1 page 312.

Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 3
In Indenture 11 Sep 1723 it is stated that the will of John Waugh of Stafford county was dated 8th of October 1716, and that on 11 Sep 1723 his surviving executors were: Joseph Waugh, David Waugh and Priscilla Hay (widow). On page 65 it is stated that John Waugh, Jr infant is the eldest son of the said John Waugh deceased. The executors of John Waught Sr., deceased sell 1000 acres of land to Rev Alexander Scott, Minister of Overwharton Parish.