John Ashburn, II. was a farmer and slave owner. Married Sarah, who was born about 1706 in New Kent County, Virginia
Found in a Louisa County, VA Chancery Court 1804-011 case (William Trice vs Charles Crenshaw) is a receipt signed by Jno ASHBURN and Sarah ASHBURN (her mark) from James Trice , Executor of Dabney ANDERSON's estate which says "Then Received of James Trice our full part of Dabney Andersons Estate namely one Negro woman named Phillis and her Increase valued at Thurty pound being a Legacy Given us by our Brother Dabney Anderson Deceased being fully Satisfied and this shall be his discharge for the same Given under our hands and Seals february th 25 1736."
James Trice was Sarah Ashburn's brother.
1735 appraisal of Dabney Anderson's estate; and receipt dated 25 Feb 1736 "recieved of James Trice" Negroe man George as legacy from Dabney Anderson to Godney Trice and wife Judy Trice and to Jno Asburn and Sarah Ashburn one Negroe woman Phillis and her increase "legacy given us by our brother Dabney Anderson."
Source of above information:
Robert R. "Bob" Curlee
Virginia Beach, VA
Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly (published Feb. 1994), Land Patent Book Vol. 32, page 79 , states:
James March, 608a, the upper Parish of Nandsemond Co, bounded by David Mead's and James March's c to John Ashburn, Peter Best and Elisha Ashburn, Abraham HInes, Witche's Br, James HInes, Nathan King's P, Elisha Ballard, the half way Sw, Francis Speight's P, his own c, Mr. Mead's line; 200a formerly g unto John Taylor by P 21 Sep 1674, and 150a also formerly g unto Francis Speight by P 2 Jun 1673, and 258a the Residue being Surplus L found within the bounds of the sd Ps. 15 May 1755, p. 554. 30 shill.
John Ashburn (1665 - 1699)
Sarah Anderson Ashburn (1706 - ____)
John Ashburn (1736 - 1785)*
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Record added: Feb 19, 2012
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