William Keaton, 16691733 (aged 64 years)

William /Keaton/
about 1690 (aged 21 years)
Birth of a son
about 1710 (aged 41 years)
Marriage of a son
about 1730 (aged 61 years)
about 1733 (aged 64 years)
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=154&last=&g_p=P10&collection=LO Patent
Title LinkKeaton, WiIIiam.
Publication 16 June 1714.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Princess Anne County.
Description: 54 acres near the Blackwater, at a place called and known by the name of Timber Neck Swamp.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 10, 1710-1719, p. 154 (Reel 10).
Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Subject - Personal LinkKeaton, WiIIiam. grantee.


Genalogies of Virginia Families From The Virginia Magazine Of History And Biography, " Pickett Family Of Virginia ": Volume 1728-33, Deeds (Essex County, Va), page 13, May 20, 1729. William Keeton and Elizabeth his wife to John Picket, of Drysdale Parish, King & Queen County, for L60 sterling, convey 80 acres in Essex County.

Caroline County, Va, Order Book 1732-1740, Part One, 1732-1734/5, by John Frederick Dorman: (March 1732/3). Petition. Eliza. Keaton, (Elizabeth) agt. James Keaton. Dismissed. Petition. Eliza. Keayton agt. Joseph Keayton. Dismissed.

14 June 1733. Action on the case. John Keaton agt. Eliza. Keaton. Dismissed.

Nov. 8, 1733. Action on the case. Eliza. Keaton administratrix Etc. of William Keaton agt. John Taylor, John Roy and John Griffin. Gent. Jury, Nicho. Ware, Rice Williams, Gabl. Long, Wm. Marshall, Thomas Estis, George Giidlow, H. White, Edwd. Rouse, William Stapleton, Michl. Gining, Wm. Stoneand James Chissum, find for the Plaintiff L4.1.6. Geo. Goodloe, foreman.

Nov. 8, 1733. It's Ordered Eliza. Keaton pay John Pickett 261 pounds of tobacco for three days' attendance and coming and going nine miles three times as an evidence for her agt. John Roy and others.
It's ordered Eliza. Keaton pay William Pearce... Joseph Roberts (each) 270 pounds of tobacco for three days' attendance and coming and going ten miles three times as an evidence for her agt. Roy and Als.

Orange County Road Order 1734-1749, by Ann Brush Miller: 28 February 1739,
O.S., p. 111. Anthony Head is hereby made Overseer of the road from Benja Thomsons into the blue run road and its ordered that the tithables of Beverleys Upper Quater, the tithables belonging to John Howard, Benja Thomson, Trueman Ffry, Thomas Wood, Thomas Rucker, Elizabeth Keaton and Wm. Crawford do work on the said road and be exempted from all other roads and its further ordered that ye said Head cause the ways to be cleared & the bridges repaired in the said precint according to law.