as indicated, per lunenburg co, va deeds cited, william hunt witnessed this deed re william harris/ judith hudson to samuel harris and also william harris/ judith hudson and william hunt witnessed the deed re edward enrougty to matthew marable.
again, it was my william harris, sr/ frances goode, who in 1746 in lunenburg co, va who had the agreement with william marable re the plantation " finneywood".
william hunt is shown to have continued to live in this middle fork middle bluestone creek/ woodpecker creek area of lunenburg/ mecklenburg co, va where he continued to be involved with my harris family.
in fact, this is indicated to have been my william harris, sr/ frances goode who sold land to william hunt per this lunenburg co, va deed.
lunenburg co, va deed book 4, page 315, 1755, william harris of lunenburg to william hunt of same for 33 pds, 236 acres on both sides of the middle fork of the bluestone creek, bounded by branch called swamp; miller. signed: william harris. witnesses: adam winders; richard palmer; robert wooding.
robert wooding witnesses several other luneburg co, va deeds re my william harris, sr/ frances goode.
lunenburg co, va deed book 4, page 213, william harris of lunenburg co, va to william reade of same for 160 pds, 900 acres in lunenburg on head branches of the bluestone creek, bounded by william tibbs, harris' old line. signed: william harriss. witnesses: robert wooding; thomas bedford; william jones.
then, also this mecklenburg co, va deed shows that william hunt continued to live in this woodpecker creek/ bluestone creek area:
mecklenburg co, va deed book 3, page 103, 1771, william hunt and mary, his wife, of mecklenburg to richard lamkin of same for 40 pds, 100 acres in mecklenburg bounded by jeremiah lamkin on woodpecker creek; abraham brown; stephen evans; mark moore, the north side of buzzard branch. signed: william hunt. no witnesses.
mark moore was one of the executors of william harris/ judith hudson's 1778 mecklenburg co, va will and lunenburg co, va deeds/ records connect both my william harris, sr/ frances goode and william harris/ judith hudson, as well as my mackerness goode, sr, with this stephen evans.
post by kent johnson on hunt forum 3944 says that william hunt married 1st mary; 2nd sarah allgood and that they are the same hunt family who moved to tn and, then, to hamilton co, illinois.
how was william hunts' 2nd wife sarah allgood related to john allgood also of mecklenburg co, va who married sarah willis daughter of richard willis?
by 1805, john allgood/ sarah willis were in elbert co, va when they appointed robert burton their attorney to obtain their share from the estate of william willis of mecklenburg co, va.
this was john allgood/ sarah willis' son william allgood, who died 1870 in paulding co, ga and this was my james harris who died, age 41, also in 1872 in paulding co, ga and my james harris was the great- great- grandson of my william harris, sr/ frances goode of lunenburg/ mecklenburg co, va.
again, if you know more or have an interest in these individuals and families, i would appreciate hearing from you.
belva harris cauthen
lunenburg co, va deed book 2, page?, 1750, william harris of lunenburg co, va to samuel harris of same for 60 pds, island/ plantation in the staunton river, adjacent byrd's and cargill's islands, 70 acres being a grant to william harris april 5, 1748. witnesses: john cargill; william hunt. judith, wife of william harris, relinquished her right of dower.
this was john cargill, sr/ rachel tinsley, who, like my william harris, sr/ jr; my mackerness goode, sr/ jr had ca 1770 grants in the same little river area of laurens co, sc. their son, cornelius cargill paid the tax/ memorial for my william harris, jr/ frances rodgers' 1772 grant and their son thomas cargill was a purchaser at my william harris, jr's 1800 laurens co, sc estate sale.
lunenburg co, va deed book 8, page 99, 1764, edward enrougty of lunenburg co, va to matthew marable of same for 20 pds, 100 acres bounded by reedy branch; adams; cary; lidderdale, formerly acknowldeged by john adams to william enroughty. signed: edward enroughty. witnesses: william hunt; william enroughty, his mark; john adams, his mark; william harris. edith, wife of edward enrougty, relinquished her right of dower.
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