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GOOCHLAND VIRGINIA MARTIN'S
Posted by: Mary Ann (ID *****7138) Date: June 22, 2004 at 20:34:03
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GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA MARTIN’S

Book: The Douglas Register by W. Mac. Jones
Pg. 33
Male Marriages
Antony Martin & Sarah Holman, both in Maniken town 1758, December 21 p. 4

Benjamin Martin (in Albemarle), & Diana Harrison in this parish 1766, August 21 p. 9

Gideon Martin & Susanna Bryant, both of Albemarle 1767, October 19 p. 10

James Martin & Elizabeth Clarkson, both of Fluvanna 1779, February 4 p. 18

Job Martin & Mary Clarkson, both in this parish 1765, September 24 p. 8

Jo: Martin & Lucy Lane, both of Goochland 1779, March 16 p. 19

John Martin & Mary Rogers, both of ys parish 1751, October 2 pp. 26-31

John Martin & Rachel Peace (Pace) both in this parish 1757, January 3 p. 3

John Martin & Barbara Lewis, both in this parish 1763, August 7 p. 7

Mathew Martin & Mary Bullock, both in this parish 1763, November 2 p. 7

Samuel Martin & Ann Pleasants, both in Goochland 1771, July 4 p. 12

Stephen Martin & Rebekah Bryant, in Albemarle county 1768, January 2, p. 10

Thomas Martin & Susan Walker, both in Goochland 1772, October 24 (27) p. 13

Valentine Martin & Ann Scott of Cumberland 1769, January 28 p. 11

William Martin & Jean Holman, both in Maniken town 1759, December 20 p. 5

William Martin & Sarah Barnet, both of Albemarle 1774, February 7 p. 14

William Martin & Susannah England, both of ys parish 1776, December 19 p. 17

William Martin & Elizabeth Lockram, both on the Bird 1757, May 3 p. 3

Female Marriages

Elizabeth Martin & William Banks, September 15, 1753 p. 1

Mary Martin & Hugh Lewis Venable, both in this parish June 14, 1757 p. 3
Susannah Martin & Henry Woody, both in this parish January 13, 1761 p. 5

Mildred Martin in Cumberland, & Thomas Basket in this parish, January 15, 1761

Ann Martin & Henry Copland, in this parish July 21, 1761 p. 6

Rebekah Martin & James Johnson, both of this parish February 27, 1766 p. 8

Sally Martin & John Glass, both in this parish May 25, 1768 p. 10

Bettie Martin & Thomas Ferrar, both in Goochland October 24, 1771 p. 12

Olive Martin & Ambrose Edwards, both in Louisa March 15, 1774 p. 15

Judith Martin & John Johnson, both of ys parish February 22, 1777 p. 17

Mary Martin & Jo: George, both of Goochland March 17, 1779 p. 19

Sarah Martin & Jo: Young, in Louisa August 8, 1781 p. 21

Other Marriages

Austin Martin & Ann Forsee 9 December 1765

James Martin & Ann Ogilsvy 8 April 1763

Joseph Martin & Sarah Hinds 11 August 1781

John Martin & Mary Cairden 7 January 1769

Mitchel Martin & Mary Martin 6 July 1783

Samuel Martin & Susanna Thomas Jones 14 July 1765

William Martin & Judith Hemus 3 September 1756

Mary Martin & Matthew Vaughan 23 July 1767

Rebekah Martin & Robert Davis 26 March 1782

Sarah Martin & Moses Parish 28 January 1759

Alizabeth Martin & Thomas Antony 26 August 1764

Jean Martin & William Holman 30 November 1763

Mary Martin & Hugh Lewis Vaughan 27 May 1760

Mary Martin & John Hopkins 11 February 1763

Births

Antony Martin & Sarah Holman a son named James born December 19, 1761. Baptized 1762 February 6. p. 61

Antony Martin & Sarah Holman a Daughter named Jean born September 9, 1764. Baptized November 11, 1764. p. 69

Antony Martin & Sarah Holman a Daughter named Sarah born December 6, 1766. Baptized January 17, 1767. p. 76

Austine Martin & Ann Fforsee a son named Stephen born December 9, 1765. Baptized June 22, 1766. p. 74

Benjamin Martin & Dianah Harrison a son named Robert born August 1st, 1767. Baptized September 13, 1767. p. 78

Benjamin Martin & Dianah Harrison a daughter named Sarah Meredith born….. Baptized February 14, 1774. p. 95

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a Daughter named Mary born May 7, 1758. Baptized 1758 July 9. p. 53

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a Daughter named Judith born April 1759. Baptized 1759 October 28. p. 56

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a son named Mitchel born March 26, 1761. Baptized June 11, 1767. p. 77

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a Daughter named Susannah born December 23, 1760. Baptized January 29, 1767. p. 76

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a son named David born October 9, 1763. Baptized January 29, 1767. p. 76

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a son named William born June 20, 1765. Baptized January 29, 1767. p. 76

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a Daughter named Nancy born December 18, 1768. Baptized April 21, 1769. p. 84

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a son named Thomas born October … 1770. Baptized January 2, 1772. p. 91

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a son named John born October 11, 1773. Baptized April 3, 1774. p. 96

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a son named James born May 8, 1775. Baptized February 25, 1776. p. 99

David Martin & Susannah Roberts a son named Roberts born July 9, 1777. Baptized July 20, 1777. p. 102

James Martin & Ann Ogilsvy a Son named Joseph born April 8, 1763. Baptized 1763 May 6. p. 64

James Martin & Elizabeth Clarkson a child Mary born April 6, 1782. Baptized November 24, 1782. p. 108

Job Martin & Mary Clarkson a son named John born March 18, 1766. Baptized May 25, 1766. p. 74

Job Martin & Mary Clarkson a son named Valentine-Clarkson born December 1, 1767. Baptized March 2, 1768. p. 80

Job Martin & Mary Clarkson a Daughter named Nancy-Butts born May 14, 1769. Baptized July 22, 1769. p. 85

Job Martin & Mary Clarkson a Daughter named Patsy Robinson born April 25, 1771. Baptized 1772. p. 91

Jo: Martin & Lucy Lane a child Judith born July 24, 1781. Baptized August 27, 1781. p. 104

Jo: Martin & Lucy Lane a child Sarah born August 8, 1783. Baptized June 26, 1785. p. 114

Jo: Martin & Lucy Lane a child Molly born December 13, 1785. Baptized July 8, 1787. p. 119

John Martin & Mary Rogers a son named John born June 16, 1764. Baptized July 31, 1764. p. 68

John Martin & Rachel Pace a Daughter named Jean born July 13, 1759. Baptized 1759 September 2. p. 55

John Martin & Rachel Pace a Daughter named Hannah born April 11, 1761. Baptized 1761 May 24. p. 60

John Martin & Rachel Pace a son named Orston born November 5, 1764. Baptized March 3, 1765. p. 70

John Martin & Rachel Pace a Daughter named Lucy born October 6, 1767 (sic). Baptized February 11, 1767. p. 76

John Martin & Rachel Pace a Daughter named Rachel born August 22, 1768. Baptized October 15, 1768. p. 82

John Martin & Ann Barbara Lewis a son named Peter born March 16, 1764. Baptized April 20, 1764. p. 67

John Martin & Barbara Lewis a son named William born February 20, 1773. Baptized June 27, 1773. p. 94

John Martin & Barbara Lewis a Son named Anthony born June 17, 1775. September 29, 1775. p. 99

Jo: Martin & Sarah Hinds a child Dorothy born August 11, 1781. Baptized March 16, 1782. p. 105

Jo: Martin & Sarah Hinds a son Thomas Duncan born March 9, 1783. Baptized September 19, 1784. p. 112

Jo: Martin & Sarah Hinds a child Annie born August 30, 1784. Baptized September 19, 1784. p. 112

John Martin & Mary Cairden a son named Jesse born January 7, 1769. Baptized February 19, 1769. p. 83

John Marin & Mary Cairden a son named John born October 1, 1772. Baptized October 25, 1772. p. 93

Mathew Martin & Molly Bullock a Daughter named Molly born July 16, 1764. Baptized September 2, 1764. p. 69

Mathew Martin & Mary Bullock a Daughter named Elizabeth born April 25, 1766. Baptized June 15, 1766. p. 74

Mathew Martin & Sarah Bullock a son named Mathew born February 7, 1768. Baptized March 15, 1768. p. 80

Mitchel Martin & Mary Martin a child Molly Mitchel, July 6, 1783. Baptized June 20, 1784. p. 112

Samuel Martin & Susannah Jones a Son named Jacob born April 9, 1764. Baptized July 15, 1764. p. 68

Samuel Martin & Susannah-Thomas-Jones a Daughter named Polly born July 14, 1765. Baptized May 18, 1766. p. 74

Sarah Martin was baptized this day aged 18 years in March last. Baptized 1763 July 31. p. 65

Thomas Martin & Susannah Walker a daughter named Betsy born February 28, 1774. Baptized July 25, 1774. p. 97

Thomas Martin & Susannah Walker a child Mary born July 2, 1775. Baptized October 23, 1781. p. 105

Thomas Martin & Susannah Walker a child Will born December 13, 1776. Baptized October 23, 1781. p. 105

Thomas Martin & Susannah Walker a child Dabney Amos born May 7, 1778. Baptized October 23, 1781. p. 105

Thomas Martin & Susannah Walker a child Nancy born April 26, 1780. Baptized October 23, 1781. p. 105

Thomas Martin & Susannah Walker a child Hutson born May 21, 1781. Baptized October 23, 1781. p. 105

William Martin & Judith Hemus a son named John born September 3, 1756. Baptized 1756 October 2. p. 49

William Martin & Elizabeth Lockrum a son named David born May 14, 1758. Baptized 1758 July 9. p. 53

William Martin & Jean Holman a Daughter named Nancy born January 14, 1760. Baptized 1761. February 8. p. 59

William Martin & Jean Holman a Daughter named Adna born December 31, 1766. Baptized March 1, 1767. p. 76

Book: Goochland County, Virginia Wills and Deeds 1728-1736 by Benjamin B. Weisiger III
Pg. 2 page 17
Deed 5 June 1728 Thomas Tindall of Goochland County, Planter, to Dudley Diggs of Henrico County, Gent., for L40, 400 acres on north side of James River, granted to Thomas Tindall 16 June 1727, bounded as in patent.
Wit: Thomas Randolph, Job Moore, John Becket, J. Thornton
L 40 received at hands of Captain John Martin from Dudley Diggs
Signed: Thomas Tindall
Recorded 16 July 1728

Pg. 30 page 291
Deed 16 November 1731 Henry Vanderhood of Henrico County to Daniel Stoner of Goochland County, for 25, 400 acres, bounded by Mr. Stoner, Martin Martin, Watkins.
Wit: John James Flournoy, Thomas Walker, Thomas Dickins
Signed: Herny V D’Hoode
Recorded 16 November 1731

Pg. 33 page 317
Deed 24 January 1731 William Womack to James Holman, for same quantity of land granted him, lying elsewhere as per William Kent’s deed to him, grants to Holman, land in St. James Parish, bounded by Richard Crouch, Martin’s line, Dr. Woodson, the ferry road and Bear Branch.
Wit: William Kent, William Womack, Jr., John ( ) Pritchett
Signed: William Womack
Recorded 21 March 1731

Pg. 33 page 323
Deed 15 November 1731 Thomas Christian of Goochland County to Ann Hoocker of same, for L5, to her for life and then to her son William, 100 acres, bounded by Edward Curd, James Christian.
Wit: George Hilton, John Martin, Robert Christian
Signed: Thomas Christian
Recorded 16 may 1732

Pg. 37 page 363
15 August 1732 Value of improvements on land belonging to John Martin. Among items mentioned are “dwelling for Col. Martin and overseer” total value L 1569/5 17 August 1732 by James Nevil, James Christian, Joseph Barringer. Arther Osborn declares that on plantation of Col. John Martin are 60 head of cattle. Recorded 17 October 1732

Pg. 76 page 211
Deed 5 April 1736 John Nash of Henrico County, to Daniel Fore of same, for L 50, 400 acres on north side of James River, bounded by Lawson’s corner, Jonas Lawson’s land; also one other tract adjoining the former, containing 400 acres, next to Thomas Tindal, Samuel Burk, land sold by Tindal to Captain Martin, and Mr. Dudley Diggs, with all houses, etc.
Wit: John Woodson, Abraham Cowley, John James Flournoy, Mathew Jouett, Nicho Davies, Thomas Tanner
Singed: John Nash
Recorded 18 May 1736

Pg. 81 page 249
Will of Stephen Woodson of St. James Parish, Goochland County House Carpenter
To wife Elizabeth, 3 Negro slaves: Jimmy, Ben and Jenny, and plantation I live on, bounded by Maxfield’s Gut, Lewis’s Gut and Sabbot’s Island, for life.
To son Matthew, at my wifes death, the above plantation.
To daughter Elizabeth Woodson, my land on Fine Creek. Executors may dispose of this land and give proceeds to my said daughter when of age or married.
If my two children die under age, then estate to my two brothers John Woodson and Josias Woodson.
To my brother Josias, the 3 slaves noted above and ½ my tract of land in Goochland County, next to John Lewis and George Thompson.
To Daniel Branch, son of Matthew Branch the Elder, L 18.
To my daughter Elizabeth, L 40 when of age or married.
To Martin Martin, late of New Kent County, 50 shillings.
Executors: wife, brothers John and Josias Woodson, and Joseph Parsons
Dated 14 January 1735
Wit: Edward Scott, John (I his mark) Lewis, Thomas Dickins
Signed: Stephen Woodson
Recorded 20 July 1736

Book: Goochland County, Virginia Wills and Deeds 1736-1742 Deed Book 3 by Benjamin B. Weisiger III
Pg. 7 page 49
Inventory 19 June 1737 of James Desasey, deceased, value L 5/18/8, by Edward Scott, Peter Martin, Jean Pierre Bilbou.
Recorded 16 August 1737

Pg. 9 page 62
Will of Anthony Rappeen of Goochland County, King William Parish, “sick”
To wife Margaret, ½ of Negroes, household goods, land, etc. for life, then all to mary Ann Martin and Peter Martin.
Executors: wife and Peter Martin
Dated 10 April 1737
Wit: Joseph Bingley, Daniel (P his mark) Perow, Stephen (+ his mark) Forcey
Signed: Anthony (SV his mark) Rappeen
Recorded 15 November 1737

Pg. 15 page 109
Deed 15 November 1737 Daniel Fore of Henrico County and Mary his wife, to Arthur Hopkins of Goochland County for L 10/16, a plantation bounded by Thomas Tindall, Waters’ line, land sold by Thomas Tindall to Captain Martin or Dudley Digges. Land was granted by patent to Mr. John Martin, and by him sold to Daniel Fore.
Wit: James Nevil, Nowel Burton, John (M his mark) Man
Signed: Daniel (his mark) Fore, Mary (her mark) Fore
Recorded 18 April 1738

Pg. 19 page 138
Deed 20 November 1737 Stephen Calvet of St. James Parish, Goochland County, to Thomas Bradley of King William Parish, Goochland County, for L 6, 100 acres, bounded by Ed Maxey and Nathaniel Maxey, Thomas Lawton, and William Maxey, being a part of a patent in name of William Maxey.
Wit: Joseph Bingley, Peter Martin, Daniel (P his mark) Paren
Singed: Stephen (+ his mark) Calvet
Recorded 20 June 1738

Pg. 19 page 140
Inventory of Gilbert Martin, deceased, value L 5/12 by William Allen, Matthew Liggon, Henry Clay. Recorded 20 June 1738
Presented by Richard Maning.

Pg. 22 page 161
By Court order of 18 July 1738 we valued improvements on 40 acres of John Walker on the Bird Creek, at L 133/6
Signed: Thomas Massie, William Martin, John Woody
Recorded 18 August 1738

Pg. 25 page 180
Deed 17 January 1738 Stephen Chastain of Goochland County, to Edward Hampton and William Hampton of same, for L 80, 400 acres on south side of James River and east side of a branch of Jones Creek, adjoining Francis Farsey, deceased, Stephen Farsey, Peter Dutoy, deceased, John Villion and Thomas Dickins; with all houses, etc.
Wit: James Woodson, Peter Martin, Elizabeth (P her mark) Porter
Signed: Stephen Chastain, Martha Chastain
Recorded 16 January 1738 Martha, wife of Stephen, relinquished her dower right.

Pg. 26 page 187
Deed 19 September 1738 John Twitty of St. James Parish, Goochland County, to Robert Bernard of Kingston Parish, Gloucester County, for L 50, 400 acres on south side of the James River, on Deep Creek, patented by Robert Spears in 1732, and by him sold to said Twitty, bounded by Bowler Cocke; with all houses, etc.
Wit: Stephen Bedford, William Keyes, Mary (M her mark) Mathew, James Martin, Peter Davis
Signed: John Twitty
Recorded 20 March 1738

Pg. 27 page 196
Deed 8 March 1738 John Martin of Parish and County of Henrico, to Benjamin Hoar of St. James Parish, Goochland County for L 14, 125 acres on branches of Tuckahoe Creek, where said Benjamin Hoar liveth, bounded by Simon Ligon, Robert Willis; with all houses, etc.
Wit: William Megginson, Francis Kerby, Alex Cunningham
Signed: John (I his mark) Martin
Elizabeth, wife of John, relinquished her dower right. Recorded 20 March 1738

Pg. 28 page 203
Deed 15 May 1739 Merry Webb of Goochland County, to Valentine Martin of same, for L8, 200 acres on branch of Willis River, with all houses, etc.
Wit: George Carrington, John Payne
Signed: Merry Webb
Recorded 15 May 1739

Pg. 29 page 209
Deed 15 May 1739 Abraham Venable of Hanover County, to William Banks of same, for L 10, 200 acres on Byrd Creek, part of 1300 acres granted to said Venable by patent 20 June 1733, bounded by William Martin
Wit: James Martin, John Anthony, William Usery
Signed: Abraham Venable
Recorded 15 May 1739

Pg. 29 page 210
Will of John Martin of St. James Parish, Goochland County 12 March 1736
To my eldest son James, all my land in Henrico County, 447 acres, a Negro Betty, and items.
To John Martin, son of my deceased son John, a plantation, with house, and all thereto belonging, next to Mr. Joseph Pleasants, above my dwelling house on James River.
To daughter Judith Chasteen, what she has received, a bed and three Negroes.
To my daughter Judith’s son John Jeffodon, a Negro man Will.
If he dies without heirs, then to his brothers and sisters.
If any of estate left by Thomas Jeffodon, deceased, which I had in my hands and delivered to Reny Chasteen till John Jeffodon comes of age, it is also to be divided among John’s brothers and sisters if he dies.
To my son Peter, my tract adjoining Mr. Randolph, Junior, with land I live on and houses after his mother’s death, with Negro Daniel, mulatto Farmer, and items.
To daughter Jane Martin, 2 Negroes or L 40, items, and mulatto girl Mary, for the term of her servitude.
To the poor of the parish 20 shillings.
To my wife Margaret, my plantation next to William Randolph, Junior as long as she lives, with all belonging to it, and then to my son Peter.
Items are to be distributed to my children at my wife’s death, with 1/5 to my deceased son John’s children, numbering three.
Executors: wife and son James
Signed: John (X his mark) Martin
Wit: Giles Letcher, James Soblet
Recorded 15 May 1739

Pg. 31 page 225
Inventory of Nicolas Scottar, value L 3/19/7, by John Chastain, Rane Chastain, Andrew Ammonet.
Margaret Martin presented the inventory which was recorded 17 July 1739

Pg. 43 page 308
Deed 18 March 1739 John Martin of St. Peters Parish, New Kent County, to Henry Martin of Goochland County, for love and affection to my son, all my tract he now lives on, 400 acres on north side of Rivanna, bounded by said Martin’s land, also to have 2 Negroes in his possession at my decease.
Wit: Arthur Hopkins, Tarlton Fleming, William Megginson, Miles Cary, Samuel (S his mark) Burk
Signed: John Martin
Recorded 17 June 1740

Pg. 50 page 352
Deed 3 July 1740 Robert Barber of Goochland County, to James Holman of same, for L20, 55 acres on north side of James River, bounded by John Marin, Joseph Pleasant, William Wamack, Richard Crouch. It is the place called “The Brew House”, which James Holman on the 15th this Instant did convey to said Robert Barber.
Wit: William Womack, Daniel Branch, John Williams, Mary Williams
Signed: Robert Barber
Recorded 19 August 1740

Pg. 59 page 423
Deed 15 June 1741 Benjamin Hoare of Goochland County, to John Martin of Henrico County, for L 14, 125 acres, part in Henrico and part in Goochland, next to lines of Robert Willis, Simon Liggins and said John Martin; with all houses, etc.
Wit: Thomas Harris, William Lawless, Magor (+ his mark) Willis
Signed: Benjamin Hoare, Susanna Hoare
Recorded 16 June 1741

Pg. 64 page 459
Inventory of John Walker, deceased, by Thomas Massie, Thomas Sanders and William Martin, Value L 246/11

Pg. 64 page 462
Deed 24 May 1740 John Martin of King & Queen County, to John Farish of King & Queen County, planter, for L 30, 400 acres on both sides of Falling Creek of Willises River, being land granted to said Martin 8 September 1736; with all houses, etc.
Wit: W. Richards, Archibald Gordon, William Robertson
Signed: John Martin
Recorded 15 September 1741

Pg. 65 page 467
Deed 16 December 1740 Joseph Dabbs of Goochland County, to Orson Martin of same, for L 25, land on north side of Willis River, 400 acres; with all houses, etc.
Wit: Job Thomas, Walter (X his mark) Daniel, Elizabeth (X her mark) Wilson
Signed: Joseph Dabbs
Recorded 15 September 1741

Pg. 67 page 494
Deed 17 November 1741 Joseph Dabbs of Goochland County, to Charles Lee and Anne his wife, for love and good will to his brother in law and his sister Anne, wife of said Charles, land on north side of Willis River, bounded by Orson Martin, 200 acres, reserving for himself 4 acres where stone for Randolph’s Mill were got; with all houses, etc.
No witnesses
Signed: Joseph Dabbs
Recorded 18 November 1741

Pg. 70 page 516
Deed 20 April 1741 Orson Martin of Goochland County, to Walter Daniel of New Kent County, for L 15, land on north side of Willis River, being ½ of 400 acres said Martin purchased of Joseph Dabbs, bounded by said Martin and Charles Lee; with all houses, etc.
Wit: Joseph Dabbs, Job Thomas, Elizabeth (+ her mark) Wilson
Signed: Orson (O his mark) Martin
Recorded 15 December 1741

Pg. 72 page 533
Will of James Soblet of King William Parish, Goochland County, “sick”
To son James, my plantation, land and Negro, when of age, but my wife Martha to have land for life. My son to have learning and to choose his trade, if he is bound to one.
Executrix: wife
Dated 18 May 1741
Wit: John Gordon, James (I his mark) Martin, Jean (I her mark) Martin
Signed: James Soblet
Recorded 16 March 1741

Pg. 75 page 550
Deed 4 June 1742 James Holman of St. James Parish, Goochland County, to Charles Turnbull and Richard Hill, for L 30, land on north side of James River, bounded by William Womack, Ralph Graves, Richard Crouch, Peter Martin and Joseph Pleasants; being part of tract of 900 acres granted to William Womack and purchased by said Holman and called “Brewhouse”, 54 acres.
Wit: J. Williams, Stephen Samson, Ralph Graves
Signed: James Holman
Recorded 15 June 1742

Pg. 76 page 553
9 January 1741 Joseph Dabbs of Goochland County, to Theodorick Carter of same, for L 30, land on north side of Willis River, 300 acres, bounded by Orson Martin, Charles Lee; with al houses, etc.
Wit: Orson (O his mark) Martin, James (+ his mark) Webb, Thomas (X his mark) Matthews
Signed: Joseph Dabbs
Recorded 15 June 1742

Book: Goochland County, Virginia Wills 1742-1749 by Benjamin B. Weisiger III
Pg. 1 page 41
Accounts of Estate of Joseph Woodson, deceased, to Tarlton Woodson, one executor.
Debits to: George Payne, John Martin, John Lane, Jacob Michaux, John Payne Smith, Dr. Arthur Hopkins, George Payne…

Pg. 4 page 174
Will of Peter Martin of Goochland County “sick & weak”
To son Anthony, 1 Negro Will and Negro girl Jenny, plantation where I live, plus items.
To son John, plantation my father John Martin left me by will adjoining the plantation of William Randolph at Tuckahoe.
Also 1 Negro Betty, 1 Negro Matt, livestock and items.
To son Peter, 200 acres joining his uncle Daniel Pero’s plantation, 2 Negroes Kate & Hannah, also L 60, also livestock and items.
My wife’s mother to take one of my children to bring and have one of the rooms in the new house for life and to be supported out my estate for life. If my wife remarries then her mother to enjoy my house, solely, for life.
To my three sons, my part of my father John Martin’s personal estate after my mother’s death.
To my wife, 3 Negroes Peter, Daniel and Dick for life, and she to be executrix
Dated 6 March 1742
Wit: Richard Deane, Daniel (P is mark) Pero, John Ford
Signed: Peter Martin
Recorded 17 May 1743

Pg. 21 page 269
Will of Michael Holland
…. To my son in law Henry Martin, 520 acres on Lickinghole joining his own land; also 50 acres in Hanover County ½ mile below plantation where I lived. To him slaves: Cook, Sue, Sarah and child Sue, also another Sue and Brstoll, now in his possession, & L 50 to my daughters Anne, Susannah and Marcy, each, L 400, L 200 to be paid when of age or married and l 200 2 years later. To Anne, Negro Nan; to Susannah, Negro Patt, and to Marcy, Negro Lucy.
Rest of estate sold by my executors Henry Martin, Pouncy Anderson and Richard Holland to pay debts and support my daughters, and rest divided among my sons John, Michael, Richard and George, and my daughters Elizabeth Anderson and Judith Martin. Executors to be guardians of my 3 daughters. To my grandson John Holland, son of John, 500 acres in Orange County I bought of John Bryant.
Dated 10 October 1746
Wit: John Martin, John Parrish, John Sandland
Signed: Michael Holland
Recorded 17 March 1746

Pg. 24 page 403
Part of Inventory of Michael Holland, deceased, Negroes: Cato, Jack, Hanover, Tom, Sarah, Moses, Nan, Dick, Sam, Increase, York, Mundea, George, Will, Ned, Dennis, Patt, Nan, Lucy, Hercules, Cesar, Gibby, Bristoll, Peter, Hampshire, Judy, Rodger, Venus, Dennis, Pompey, Frank, Moll and Nan on value given 18 January 1747 by Pouncy Anderson and Henry Martin. Recorded 17 May 1747

Pg. 26 page 548
Sales of estate of Peter Ford, deceased 18 May 1745 To: Daniel Ford, Joseph Bingley, John Ford, Step’n Renno, Peter Ford, Larrance Murre, William Camp, John Morzet, James Ford, Mathew Age, James Holman, Junior, Mary Ann Martin….

Pg. 31, 34, 35, 37, 42, 48, 50
Page Date Grantor to Grantee
118 14 March 1742 Matthew & Susannah Graves to Henry Martin
242 30 July 1743 Mary Ann Martin to Anthony, John and Peter Martin
277 12 Sept. 1743 Orson Martin to Theodorick Carter
319 10 March 1743 Henry Martin to James Goss
368 19 June 1744 John Anthony to Henry Martin
33 30 August 1745 Henry Martin to John Martin
34 30 August 1745 Michael Holland to John Martin
36 31 July 1745 Michael Holland, Sr. to Henry Martin
38 30 August 1745 Michael Holland, Sr. to Henry Martin
315 10 August 1747 John & Mary Hubbard to Henry Martin
383 14 March 1747 John & Elizabeth Martin to William Wade

Book: Abstracts of Will From Goochland County, Virginia 1727-1777 by Margaret V. Henley
Pg. 70 Deed Book 11 page 38-40
Thomas Pleasants: May 8, 1775. August 21, 1775
To son, Robert, 15 acres north of his 50 acres on south side of my land to include the houses and plantation where I now live, also 1 red heifer. To my daughters, Anne Martin and Elizabeth______ (?), 1 heifer featherbed and furniture to each of them. After all debts are paid, balance to be divided between my children: Robert, Thomas, Anne, Elizabeth and Jesse. Executors: My brother, John Pleasants, and my nephew, Joseph Pleasants. Wit: Robert Shapard, Stephen Nowlin, and William Rogers.

Book: Goochland County, Virginia Deeds, 1741-1745 by T.L.C. Genealogy
Pg. 3 Deed Book 4, page 2
January 30, 1741, Henry Martin, David Parish, Thomas (T is mark) Parish were witnesses to a deed between Thomas Hall of Goochland and Martha his wife, & Humphry Parrish Junior. Land located on both sides of a branch of Lickinghole (Creek). Recorded June 15, 1742

Pg. 19 Deed Book 4 page 118
March 14, 1742 from Matthew Graves and Susannah, his wife, of the Parish of St. James and Goochland, to Henry Martin of same, for 53 L 10 shillings, all that tract of land on the branches of Lickinghole Creek, and bounded by William Atkinson, Holland, Frances Cooley. The same was granted to Robert Adams, deceased, by patent dated August 25, 1731, and left by his will unto his daughter Susannah, the wife of the above said Mathew Graves. Signed: Mathew Graves, Susannah (S her mark) Graves.
Wit: Robert Adams, Charles Moormon Junior, James Graves.
Recorded March 15, 1742

Pg. 22 Deed Book 4 page 139
March 14, 1742 Robert Wathen, Henry Martin, Joseph Teat were Witnesses for a Deed between John Anthony and Edmund Lilly, both of Goochland, planters, to John Bickerton of Hanover County.

Pg. 31 Deed Book 4 page 216
September 20 (“teenty”), 1743 from Thomas Harbour of Goochland to James McCan of Goochland, for 15 l, a certain tract of land of about 200 acres on the upper side of Ballenges Creek of the Rivanna River, & bounded by Thomas Harbour, said McCan, John Martin, it being all that part of the said Thomas Harbours upper survey that lies on the upper side of the Creek. Signed: Thomas Harbour. Wit: Thomas Edwards, Callem Baley, Samuel (S his mark) Daynes. Recorded September 20, 1743

Pg. 34 Deed Book 4 page 242
July 30, 1743 from Mary Ann Martin, widow, late wife of Peter Martin, to Anthony Martin, John Martin, and Peter Martin, sons of the said Mary Ann by her late Husband, Peter Martin, for the natural love Mary Ann has for her said 3 sons and for divers other causes, a certain tract of land of about 200 acres in the Parish of King William and Goochland, adjoining the land of Daniel Peran. Mary Ann also gives Peter 1 Negro woman called Kate and 1 Negro girl called Hannah, with their increase; also 60 L, 1 horse with saddle and bridle, 3 cows and calves, 3 sows and pigs 1 table, 3 fine linen table cloths, 1 bed and furniture, 3 pewter dishes, 2 basins of pewter, 6 pewter plates, and 1 iron pot. Mary Ann gives Anthony 1 Negro boy called Will and Negro girl called Jenny, and a horse, a bridle and saddle, 3 cows and claves, 3 sows and pigs, 1 gun, 1 feather bed and furniture, 3 pewter dishes, 3 pewter basins, 6 pewter plates, 1 looking glass, 1 table, 3 fine linen table cloths, and 1 iron pot. Mary Ann does, moreover, give John 1 Negro girl called Betty and 1 Negro boy called Matt, and 1 horse, a saddle and bridle, 1 bed and furniture, 3 cows and claves, 3 sows and pigs, 1 table, 3 fine linen table cloths, 3 pewter dishes, 2 pewter basins, 6 pewter plates, 1 looking glass, and 1 iron pot. Signed: Mary Ann Martin. Wit: None.
Recorded September 20, 1743

Pg. 37 Deed Book 4 page 270
November 14, 1`743 from William Mills of the Parish of St. James and Goochland, to Josias Payne of same, for divers good causes and for 16 L, one tract of land of about 400 acres in Goochland on the ridge between Willis River and Great Guinea Creek of Appomattox River, and bounded by James Allen, John Martin, William Wamack. Signed: William Mills. Wit: John Payne, Robert Woodson, John Roberts. Recorded November 16, 1743. Mary, the wife of William Mills, relinquished her right of dower to the conveyed lands.

Pg. 38 Deed Book 4 page 277
September 12, 1743 from Orson Martin of Goochland, to Theodorick Carter of Amelia County, for 50 L, all that plantation tract of land in Goochland on the north side of Willis’ River and the plantation whereon the said Orson Martin now lives, about 200 acres, being the moiety of 400 acres which the said Orson Martin purchased of Joseph Dabbs, the other moiety conveyed by the said Orson Martin to Walter Daniel. Signed: Orson (O his mark) Martin. Wit: Edmund Gray, Charles Cottrell, Job Thomas, Joseph Dabbs. Recorded December 22, 1743

Pg. 43 Deed Book 4 page 313
March 20, 1743 from Samuel Glover of Goochland, to Joseph Price of Goochland, for 10 L, a certain tract of land of about 50 acres bounded on the north by the south fork of the Cat Tail Branch, on the west by Valentine Martin, on the south by the said Joseph Price, and on the east by George Carrington. The 50 acres is part of 1000 acres on both sides of Cat Tail Brach formerly patented to the said Samuel
Glover. Signed: Samuel Glover. Wit: None. Recorded March 20, 1743

Pg. 43 Deed Book 4 page 319
March 10, 1743 from Henry Martin of Goochland, to James Goss of Goochland, for 26 L, a certain tract of land in Goochland on both sides Joshua’s Creek and Sclate River, about 400 acres patented to the said Henry Martin on January 30, 1741, and per the aforesaid patent is bounded by (trees). Signed: Henry Martin. Wit: Isaac Bates, John Hunter, Nowel Burton, Joseph Tate (Teat), Anthony Bennin. Recorded March 20, 1743

Pg. 49 Deed Book 4 page 368
June 19, 1744 from John Anthony of the Parish of St. James and Goochland, to Henry Martin of same, for 20 L, all that tract of land containing 200 acres in Goochland on both sides of Biskett Run, and bounded by Hugh Dohorty, the side of a mountain, Hardware River. The same was granted unto the said John Anthony by patent dated January 13, 1741. Signed: John Anthony. Wit: James Sanders, John Sanders, David Patteson. Recorded June 19, 1744

Pg. 49 Deed Book 4 page 371
June 19, 1744 Henry Martin, John Sanders, Stephen Sanders were witnesses to a deed between David Pattison of the Parish of St. James and Goochland, to James Sanders of same, for 337 acres on Lickinghole Creek. Recorded June 19, 1744

Pg. 54 Deed book 4 page 414
August 20, 1744 from Charles Trumbull and Richard Hill of the Parish of St. James and Goochland, merchants, to Andrew Buchanan, Archibald Buchanan, Andrew Cockran, William Crawford, Robert Buchanan, Alexander Sterling, John Wilson, and Robert Wilson, in Company, merchants in Glasgow, for 30 L, a certain tract of land in Goochland on the north side of James River, and bounded by William Womack, Ralph Graves, Richard Crouch, Peter Martin, and Joseph Pleasant…. Recorded September 18, 1744.

Pg. 55-56 Deed Book 4 page 424
December 7, 1743 from Joseph Dabbs of Goochland, to Thomas Basset of Goochland, for 160 L, all that plantation tract of land of about 1600 acres on Willis’ River in Goochland, being part & residue of 2500 acres of land patented to the said Joseph Dabbs & Thomas Walker on July 20, 1738. Parcels of land are bounded by Robert Bernard, Thomas Basset, said Dabbs lower corner, the low grounds of Randolph’s Creek, the line of Hughes & Alexander, Charles Lee, Theodrick Carter. The residue of the said 1600 acres is bounded by Martin, Hughes & Company, said Dabbs, W. McGinnis, Buckingham, Walter Daniels, Orson Martin…..Recorded October 16, 1744.

Pg. 61 Deed Book 4 page 479
December 31, 1744 from Isaac Bates of Goochland, to Stephen Hughes of Goochland, for 5 shillings, a certain tract of land on both sides of Randolph’s Creek in Goochland, about 2050 acres bounded northwardly by Joseph Price and Gideon Martin, eastwardly and southward by Thomas Bassett, & westwardly by Samuel Bridgwater, the said Bates, and Joseph Dabbs… Recorded January 15, 1744

Pg. 66 Deed Book 4 page 534
May 21, 1745 from John Denny of Goochland, to Jeremiah Wade of Goochland, for 45 L, a certain tract of land in Goochland on the Great Byrd Creek, about 150 acres bounded by the Byrd Creek, Martin, John Hinson, Ebenezer Adams deceased line….Recorded May 21, 1745

Book: Goochland County, Virginia Tithe Lists 1735-47 by A. Jean Lurvey
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Book: Goochland County Virginia Tithe Lists 1748-49 by A. Jean Lurvey
Pg. 1
Southam Parish 1748
Col. William Randolph’s Fighting Creek list:
1 Valentine Martin listed

Pg. 4
Northam Parish 1748
1 William Marlin
2 Mr. Henry Martin’s list
13 Collo. John Martin’s list:
Thomas Black
2 John Martin

Pg. 10
List of Tithes by John Martin 1749
3 John Martin, Francis Hill
1 William Martin
5 Margett Martin

Book: Goochland County, Virginia Court Orders 1735-1737 by T. L. C. Genealogy
Pg. 10 page 13
19 November 1735
In the action of trespass between Nicholas Giles, plaintiff, and John Martin, defendant, the defendant failing to appear, judgment is granted him against defendant and George Payne, Gentleman, Sheriff, for what damages shall be recovered n this suit, to be discharged, nevertheless, if the defendant shall appear at the next court.

Pg. 22 page 29
16 March 1735
John Martin comes into Court and declares Nicholas Scuttle deceased, died without any will, so far as he knows. He is granted a certificate for obtaining Letters of Administration for decedent’s estate; Peter Martin is security.
Ordered that Rene Chastain, John Chastain, Andrew Aumonet, and William Sallee, or any 3 of them, appraise the estate of Nicholas Scuttle deceased, and that John Martin do return an inventory thereof.

Pg. 28 page 39
17 March 1735
In the action of trespass between Nicholas Giles, Plaintiff, and john Martin, defendant, is continued at defendant’s cost.

Pg. 42 page 63
19 May 1736
In the action of trespass between Nicholas Giles, plaintiff, and John Martin, defendant, ordered that a dedimus potestatum do issue to Joseph Mayo and James Cocke, Gentlemen of Henrico County, to take the deposition of Henry Cary, Gentleman. The defendant also pleads that he owes nothing, and for trial thereof. Puts himself upon the Country, and plaintiff in like manner.

Pg. 49 page 76
17 June 1736
In the action of trespass between Nicholas Giles, plaintiff, and John Martin defendant, the following jury is sworn: Robert Hughes (foreman), Henry Webb, Joseph Bingly, Nowell Burton, John Twitty, John Cox, David Walker, Stephen Cox, John Laine, Thomas Bassett, James Robinson, John Biby. The jury’s verdict, which is OR: we find for the plaintiff 7 L. Court rules that plaintiff recover 7 L + costs + lawyer’s fee.

Pg. 54 page 83
17 June 1736
In the action of trespass between John Martin, administrator of Nicholas Scuttle, deceased, plaintiff, and Nicholas Giles, defendant an imparlance is granted the defendant.

Pg. 63 page 98
22 June 1736
In the action of trespass between John Martin administrator of Nicholas Scuttle deceased, plaintiff, and Nicholas Giles, defendant, the defendant appears, but failing to plead, judgment by nihil dicit is granted him against defendant for what damages shall be recovered, to be discharged, nevertheless, if the defendant pleads at next Court.

Pg. 74 page 116
19 August 1736
In the action of trespass between John Martin, administrator of Nicholas Scuttle deceased, plaintiff, and Nicholas Giles, defendant, the defendant pleads non assumpsit, and for trial thereof, puts himself upon the Country, & plaintiff likewise.

Pg. 85 page 138
17 May 1737
Ordered that Edward Scott, Peter Martin, John Pierre Bilbow, & Stephen Chastain, or any 3 of them, do appraise the estate of James D’Sassin deceased, and that his administrator return an inventory.

Pg. 93 page 153
19 May 1737
In the action of trespass between John Martin, administrator of Nicholas Scuttle, plaintiff, and Nicholas Giles, defendant, the following jury are sworn: Arthur Hopkins (foreman), John Saunders, Thomas Walker, Peter Davis, John Phelps, William Pledge, William Allen, William Arrington, John Cox, Joseph Farrer, Thomas Bailey, Joseph Barrenger. The jury’s verdict, which is OR: we find for the plaintiff 14 L 4 shillings 3 pence. Court deems that the plaintiff recover against defendant said sum + costs + a lawyer’s fee.

Pg. 99 page 162
20 May 1737
In the action of trespass between Hannah Allen, plaintiff, and James Martin, defendant, the plaintiff files a new declaration, on whose motion the defendant is ruled to give special bail, which being entered, the defendant says he is not guilty, and for trial, puts himself upon the Country, & the plaintiff likewise.
James Martin acknowledged his bond to Hannah Allen of 200 L, to insure that he will pay Hannah the damages and costs which she shall recover against him in an action of trespass on the case now depending in this Court.
Constant Ladd, John Cannon, Samuel Ridgway, Thomas Saunders, John Hide Saunders, Ashford Hughes, John Harris, each give bond of 30 L, to insure that James Martin will pay Hannah Allen the damages and costs which she shall recover against said Martin in an action of trespass on the case now depending in this Court.






















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