|Death: ||Oct. 26, 1764|
Andrew Hunter and Jane Pleasants had children;
Va. Land Patent Book 12; Andrew Hunter, 400 acs. (N.L.) Hanover Co.; adj. Mr. Robert Clopton; & John Michael Stoltz; 24 Mar. 1725, p. 385. 40 Shill. [John Michael Stolts died in Caroline Co. 1741/42; bond by his adm. John Michael Stolts, Henry Down, and Thomas Wood]
Va. Land Patent Book 13; Peter King, 1987 acs. (N.L.), Hanover Co.; on both sides the Southanna; adj. lines of Mr. John White, Anderson & Finney; John Clark, Andrew Hunter, & Mr. William Clopton Junr.; at mouth of Deep Cr.; 27 Sept. 1729, p.411
Hanover Co. Court Record Book, 1733-35; 7 Mar. 1733 Andrew Hunter, planter, of St. Martin's Parish to Isaac Johnson...2 shillings...parcel in St. Martin's Parish...200 acres...lines of Thomas Prosser & John Williamson...between the Pamunkey River & Owen's Creek, being part of 400 acres granted to Andrew Hunter 24 Mar. 1725; wit: George Webb, Roger Thompson, Francis Martin; on 8 Mar. 1733 same tract of land recorded for 2000 pounds of tobacco.
Patent Book; John Williamson of Hanover Co in sd. Co. 1844 acres South side of Southanna River adj. Clark, Finny, Shelton, Clopton, Andrew Hunter, Peter King & Symes, 28 Feb. 1733/34, p. 171
Goochland Co. DB 3, p. 15; 9 May 1737 Henry Chiles of St. James Par., Goochland Co., planter, to John Smith of St. Pauls Par., Hanover Co., merchant,...2 tracts adj. each other, 600 acres in St. James Par. on Lickinghole Creek; one of 400 acres next to Edward Scott, the other of 200 acres next to Samuel Burk. Wit: Andrew Hunter, Rob. Sharp. Anne, wife of Henry, relinquished her dower right. [In 1732 Henry Chiles deeded land to Wm. Mills of Goochland Co.; witness was Patrick Cash. Part later deeded to James Walker; wit: Henry Chiles, John Pryor, Peter Patrick]
Goochland Co. DB 3, p. 19; 16 May 1737 Charles Lynch of St. James Parish, Goochland Co. to William Taylor of St. Pauls's Par., Hanover Co....land bounded by John Carter, Esq. and Nicholas Meriwether, Esq. Wit: Andrew Hunter, Micajah Clark, Rob. Sharp [In 1732 Robert Sharp wit. deed from Henry Chiles of Hanover Co. to Michael Holland of same...on Licking Hole Creek]
Louisa Co. DB A, p. 133; 4 Feb 1743; Andrew Hunter of St. Martin's Par., Planter, to George Webb of St. Peter's Par., New Kent Co., Gent; L16; 200 acres in Fredericksville Par...corner between Robert Depriest and sd. Webb...Isaac Johnsons line near the Main Road...Roger Thompsons line...Webbs line; being the residue of a greater tract of 400 acres granted sd. Hunter by patent at Williamsburg 4 Mar 1735; the other part lately sold by sd. Hunter to Isaac Johnson; wit: Roger Thompson, David Parker, William (X) Cormick, David (X) Cormick
Louisa Co. OB 1742-48, p. 98; 12 Mar 1743; Andrew Hunter appointed Gdn. to David Rich orphan of Timothy Rich; sd Andrew having given Security for his bond [David Rich's mother was Catherine Parker]
Merchants Account Book of Francis Jerdone, Hanover Co., VA, 1743/44; May 2, Cash Accompt To Andrew Hunter, 13 (same day to Benjamin Clark, 55. These are the only two noted for that day); quoted in the Magazine of Va. Genealogy, Vol. 34, No. 3, p. 197
Louisa Co. Court Orders 1744-48; 24 Aug. 1744 Andrew Hunter...produced a certificate under the hand of Joseph Shelton, Gent., one of the Justices of the Peace for the said County, for taking up a runaway Negro man slave who could not speak English nor declare the name of his Owner, and made oath that he took up the runaway as the certificate mentions and that he has not received any satisfaction for the same...
Va. Land Patent Book 22; Andrew Hunter, 400 acres Louisa Co. on both sides of Rocky Creek near a small Branch of the Byrd Creek adj. his own line; 1 Aug. 1745, p. 360, L2
Va. Land Patent Book 22; Andrew Hunter, 400 acres Louisa Co. on both sides of Fosters Creek & Forsters Creek adj. Capt. Hudson & Forrest [Forrester] Green; 1 Aug. 1745, p. 362, L2 [Same day Francis Clark patented 400 acres on the branches of Fork Creek adj. his own line, p. 373]
Va. Land Patent Book 22; Andrew Hunter, 400 acres Louisa Co. on both sides the South fork of Rocky Creek adj. Charles Moreman & John Price; 1 Aug. 1745, p. 374, L2
Louisa Co DB A, p. 255; 10 Oct 1746 Mr. George Webb of New Kent Co. to W. Bell of Orange Co. L35 currt. money. 400 acres...Joseph Thompson's corner pine in the county line. Wit: Roger Thompson, George Thompson, Wm. Thompson
Va. Land Patent Book 27; Alexander Glasbey [Gillespie], 390 acres Louisa Co. on both sides at South Branch of Rockey Creek, adj. Andrew Hunter, the sd. Glasbey & John Buchannan; 10 Feb. 1748/49
Goochland Co, VA 15 Aug 1749; Jacob Oglesby, Davd McCormack and Andrew Hunter, prov'd a deed of Jeremiah Parker Reach, which was ordered to be recorded. Deed dated 3 Aug. 1749; Jeremiah Parker Reach of St. James Parish, Albemarle Co, VA, Blacksmith, to Epaphroditus Gilliam of St. Martin's Parish, Louisa Co.; tract in Goochland Co. on Lickinghole Creek
Louisa Co DB A, p. 437; 24 Dec 1750; James Bobbitt of St. Martin's Par., Planter, and Elizabeth, his wife, to John Boswell of St. Martin's Par. Hanover Co., Gent. L107-10s currt. money. 400 acres and plantation of sd. Bobbit on Owen's Creek in St. Martin's Par. on the south side of the South Anna River... Shelton's corner; part of a tract granted by patent 28 Sept. 1730 to John Syme, late of Hanover Co., Gent., Dec'd., and by John Henry, who purchased the land at Public Vendue by Indenture of Feoffment 7 May 1742 proved in Louisa Co. wit: Richard Johnson, Andrew Hunter, Thomas Perkins, George Harris, John McGeorge; 24 Sept. 1751 proved by oaths of Andrew Hunter, Thomas Perkins, and John McGeorge
Louisa Co. DB A, p. 438; 24 Sept. 1751; Alexander Glasbey of Fredericksville Par., Planter, and Anne, his wife, to Andrew Hunter, the older, of St. Martin's Par. L15 currt. money. 390 acres on both sides of a south branch of Rocky Creek...James Buchanan's corner...Andrew Hunter's line; granted by Letters patent at Williamsburg 10 Feb. 1743; Alexander Glasby, Ann (A) Glasby; Wit: Jo. McGeorge, Nicho. Johnson, Joseph East
Louisa Co. DB A, Page: 437, Grantor: Andrew Hunter is, Grantee: , Date: 24-Sep-1751 Andrew Hunter is witness to a deed of sale between James Bobbit of St. Martin's Parish to John Boswell of St. Martins Parish of Hanover co. 24 Dec 1750 Deed proved by oaths of witnesses including Andrew Hunter 24 Sep 1751 in Louisa county.
Louisa Co DB A, p. 468; 28 Feb. 1752 Adam Finney of Cumberland Co. to David Parker of St. Martin's Par., Louisa Co...100 acres and plantation bounded on lands of Robert Priddy, William Shelton and Andrew Hunter; land bequeathed to sd. Adams by the Last Will and Testament of John Finny, dec'd., as by records of Hanover Co. Wit: Moses (A) Clack, William Shelton, Robert Priddy
Louisa Co. DB A, p. 469; 28 Jul. 1752; Andrew Hunter of St. Martin's Par., Planter, to Peter Hunter of same, Planter, Son of afsd. Andrew. For natural Love and Affection. 400 acres in Fredericksville Par...Rocky Creek...east side of a branch...near a small branch of Bird Creek.
Louisa Co. DB A, p. 470; 28 Jul. 1752; Andrew Hunter of St. Martin's Par., Planter, to Andrew Hunter Junr. of same, Planter. For natural Love and Affection to Son, Andrew. 400 acres in Fredericksville Par...Charles Moreman's corner pine in John Price's line...south fork of Rocky Creek; granted by Letters patent 1 Aug 1745.
Va. Land Patent Book 31, p. 678; 10 Sept. 1755; Charles Thompson, 513 acres Louisa Co. on the small Brs. of the Bird & Rockey Creeks, in the Albemarle County Line & on the road; adj. John Crawford, Lawrence Redmon, Andrew Hunter, & Alexander Glasbey
Louisa Co. DB B, p. 84; 21 Feb 1756; Robert Priddy of St. Martin's Par. to John Jones of same. L220 currt. money. 252 acres...mouth of a branch called Williamsons Creek; wit: Andrew Hunter, Stephen (X) Hunter, Peter Hunter; 26 Feb 1756 acknowledged by Robert Priddy and Susanna, his wife
Louisa Co. DB B, p. 253; 23 Mar. 1758; David Parker of Cumberland Co. to Peter Hunter of Louisa Co., L20 currt. money. 100 acres bounded on William Shelton, John Williamson, Andrew Hunter and running down Paumonkey River from Hunter's line... David Parker, Elizabeth Parker; wit: Andrew Hunter, John Jones, William Hunter and Peter Shelton
Louisa Co. DB B, p. 268; 1758; Andrew Hunter to Stephen Hunter, son of sd. Andrew, both of Louisa Co. 390 acres...on both sides of a south branch of Rockey Creek...Andrew Hunter's corner...Alexander Glaspey's line...James Buckhannan's corner...south branch of sd. Creek
Louisa Co. DB B, p. 285; 4 Apr. 1758; Benjamin Arnold of Albemarle Co. to Samuel Powell of same. L42 currt. money. 200 acres in the forks of the Paumunkey River adjoining to the lands of George Alves and Thomas Henderson; part of 400 acres patented by John Mechie being in the Parish of St. Martin's, Louisa Co.; wit: John Ridgeway, George Hooper, Andrew Hunter, Peter Shelton, William Hunter, Andrew Hunter; 28 Nov. 1758 proved by oaths of Andrew Hunter, Peter Shelton, and William Hunter
Louisa Co. DB B, p. 290; 22 Jan 1759; Andrew Hunter of St. Martin's Par., and Jane, his wife, to William Hunter. For great Love and Affection to William Hunter, their son. 400 acres on Foster's Creek in Fredericksville Par.... William Hudson's corner...Forrester Green's line; granted by patent 1 Aug 1745 to sd. Andrew Hunter; Andrew Hunter, Jane Hunter
DEATH: Louisa Co WB 2, p. 7; of St. Martin's Parish; sons Peter, Andrew, Stephen, Wm. George; daus Mary, Jane; son Peter to get the land beginning his line on the River adj. Dabney. To son Geo. the plantation, he being the youngest son. Wife not named. Ex: wife and son Geo. Wit: Nicholas Johnson, Wm. Johnson, Samuel Powell. Written 26 Oct 1764; proved 26 Oct 1767. Bond for Jane Hunter & Geo. Hunter, sec: Stephen Hunter, Wm. Pretty
Louisa Co. WB 2, p. 7 Bond for Jane Hunter & George Hunter, Exors. of estate of Andrew Hunter. Sec: Stephen Hunter, Wm. Pretty. Dated & recorded 13 Jul. 1767. Amount £200. Signed Jane (X) Hunter, Stephen (X) Hunter, George (X) Hunter, William (X) Pretty
Louisa Co. OB 1766-1772, p. 52; Court of 13 July 1767 The Last Will and Testament of Andrew Hunter, deceased,, was presented in Court by Jane Hunter and George Hunter, Executrix and Executor therein named who made Oath according to Law, and was further proved by the Oath of William Johnson and Samuel Powell, two of the witnesses thereto who also made Oath that they saw Nicholas Johnson, deceased, subscribe the said Will as a witness thereto in the presence and at the request of the Testator which is ordered to be recorded, And on the motion of the Executrix and Executor and they performing what is usual in such cases, Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form of Law who with Stephen Hunter and William Priddy their Security entered into and acknowledged a Bond for the same as the Law directs.
WILL OF ANDREW HUNTER
Louisa Co. VA, WB 2, p. 7
In the name of God Amen I Andrew Hunter of the parish of saint Martins in the County of Louisa being in perfect memory and calling to mind the certainty of Death and the uncertainty of the time I do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and form following first I reccommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it hoping to be saved by the precious death and pasion of my Blesses Saviour Jesus Christ and my body I commit to the ground and as tuching such worldly Estate wherewith it hat pleased God to bless me with I give and despose there of in manner and form following I give to my son Peter part of my Land gining to his line beginning at a red oak by the river running thence N. 30 Degr. East 24 poles to a red oak saplin by the road thence a long the road North 38/2 West 16 poles to a pine thence North 1 degrees West 46 poles to a hickory in Dabneys Line thence on his Line North 19 1/2 degrees west 27 poles to read Oak Conner thence South 14 degrees East 277 poles to the beginning containing 14 ackers more or Less I give to my Dotter Mary one shilling I give to my son Andrew One shilling I give to my son William one I give to my son Stephen one shilling I give to my Dotter Jane one shilling I give to my son Gorge the bed and clothing belong thear to at his mothers departer and all the Remanor of my goods to my Loving Wife the Land and plantasho to Gorge my younger son not to desturb his mother I leve my ife and my son Gorge my Exsctteres Tha can pay my det without prasment as wittness my hand and Cel this 26th Day of Octor 1764 Andrew Hunter
Nicho Johnson Wm Johnson Samuel (X) Powel
Jane Pleasants Hunter (1706 - 1767)
William Hunter (1740 - 1813)*
Created by: Sharon Rich Pohlman
Record added: Oct 02, 2012
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