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Capt Henry Enoch

Virginia, USA
Death 14 Jul 1797 (aged 65)
Pennsylvania, USA
Burial Unknown
Memorial ID 58384072 · View Source
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The Enoch family first appears in Hampshire county, Virginia in 1750, at that time part of Frederick county. The first record is from the Jornal of George Washington, who when a young man made surveys in this region. This Journal shows that on April 23, 1750, he surveyed for Henry Enoch land in the Fork of Cacapehon, 388 acres. John Keith acted as a chainman and John Constant as marker. On April 25, 1750 George Washington surveyed for John Newton on North River, about a mile above said Fork, beginning at Henry Enoch's corner, with John Keith, chainman, and John Constant, marker. On April 26, 1750, he (George Washington) surveyed for John Parker of South Branc on Little Cacapehon, 200 acres, with Henry Enoch, chainman.
An item in the "Journal of George Washinton's Tour to the Ohio River shows that on Nov 28, 1770, he dined with Henry Enock's at the forks of the Cacapehon (who land he had surveyed twenty years before).

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