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30 Nov 1624James City, VAHarraldeThomasVirginia Historical Magazine Vol. 21, p. 59, taken from Minutes of Council and General Court of James City, Virginia 1622-29

Hughe Hayward (15) and Robert Fitt sworne and examined say, that they were p'sent when Thomas Harralde made his will and that they both were wittnesses to the same, and yt this will brought into the Courte by Mr Richarde Kingsmell is the same will and that he was in p'fect memory when he made the same, and lived about a month after, but made no later will that they know of.

Hugh Haward, who came in the Starr and his wife Susan, who came in the George, were living at Pashbehaighs in January 1624. Robert Fitt, who came in the George and his wife Ann, who came in the Abigail, lived on James City Island 1624-5.

  • Thomas Harrald of James City County
  • Harrell
    5 Oct 1649Northampton County, VAHerleRandallVA Eastern Shore, by Whitelaw, Vol. 1, p. 649

    Synopsis: Patent (land grant) to Randall Herle for 600 acres "upon great Nuswattock River from Chingandehee Creeke Mouth unto Arokoko Creeke." The patent was due to Herle for the transportation of twelve persons to the Colony.

    "October 5, 1649, Patent Book No. 4, p. 185, CAPT. RANDALL HERLE, Marriner, 600 acs. Northampton Co., 5 Oct. 1649, p. 185. Lyeing N. N. W. upon great Naswattock Riv. from Chineandehee Cr. Mouth unto Arokoko Cr. Trans, of 12 pers: Anthony West, Ann his wife, William Bragg, John West, Kathe: West, Edward Clarke. (Other names not given.)"

    This is believed to be Capt. Herle who owned a ship and was lost at sea. His son came to the Colony of VA and attempted to claim his father's land but was only partially successful.

    Harrell
    1650VirginiaHarrowRichardEarly Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666, published 1912 by George Cabell Greer

    Harrow, Richard, immigrant, arrived 1650, passage sponsored by Richard Axom, and Tho. Godwin, settled in ---?--- County.

  • Richard Harrel Sr. of Lancaster County
  • Harrell
    17 Mar 1655Northampton County, VAHarroldJohnCavaliers and Pioneers p. 331, Land Patent Book Richmond, Virginia

    Synopsis: John Harrold with John Jenkins on March 17, 1655 granted a patent to 400 acres of land on the south side of Ananacook Creek in Northampton County.

    "March 17, 1655, Patent Book No. 4, p. 331, JOHN JENKINS, 400 acs. called Egg Necke, Northampton Co., 17 Mar. 1655, p. 31, (49). S. side main branch of Anancocke, bounded on W. by a branch parting same from land of Richard Wans worth. Trans, of 8 pers: Richd. Browne, Jno. Harrold, Wm. Farr, (or Harr), Jeffery Hughes, Toby Calgey, Ann Jordan, Marg. Willmude, Wm. Lemon."

    This county is located on the Cape Charles Peninsula across the Chesapeake Bay from the mainland of Virginia.

  • John Harrold of Northampton County
  • Harrell
    4 Feb 1655Lancaster County, VAHarrowdRichardLancaster County Record Book, No. 2 1637-1640 p. 26

    John Gillet to Joe Bayly 200 a. on Rappahannock "of which divident one Mr Best hath 500 x x x and Jo Smithy 200" acres. Dated 4th Feb. 1655/56. Signed by Jo Billet the seale, Jane Billet. Rec. 12 June 1656. Wit: RICHARD HARROWD, Ed Parkley.

    Harrell
    10 Oct 1655Lancaster County, VAHarroldRichardLancaster County Record Book No. 2 1637-1640, p. 133

    Jno Nichols binds himself to pay Capt. Thos Hackett 2000 lb tobo 10 Oct 1655. Signed Jno Nichols Wit: Tho Madestard, Jo Millisunt. Thos Hackett assigns the above to Wm. Cappam Senr with Jno Nichols consent. 27 Oct---. Signed Thoms Hackett. Wit: Richard Harrold. Rec. 7th Oct. 1657.

    Harrell
    25 Jan 1659Lancaster County, VAHurrallRichardLancaster County Record Book 2, 1637-1640, p. 161

    Reference is made to 200 acres of land, beyond the plantation of Richard Hurrall, dated 25 January 1659/60

    Harrell
    16 Oct 1666Accomack County, VAHearleThomas, Francis, EdwardCertificates and Rights Accomack County VA 1663-1709 by Stratton Notingham, pub. Genealogical Pub. Co. Inc. Baltimore, Maryland

    THOMAS HEARLE, list of Daneil Selby 600 A.
    FRANCIS HEARLE, EDWARD HEARLE list of Alexander Williams granted 600 A.

    Harrell
    16 Aug 1667Accomack County, VAHurleAugustineCertificates and Rights Accomack County VA 1663-1709 by Stratton Notingham, pub. Genealogical Pub. Co. Inc. Baltimore, Maryland

    August 16, 1667 Augustine Hurle list of George Johnson 200 A.

    Harrell
    3 May 1679Northumberland County, VAHarrelJamesNorthumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, p. 438

    James Harrel, son of GILBERT, born 3 May 1679.

  • Gilbert Harrel Sr. of Northumberland County
  • James Harrel of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    3 Mar 1680Northumberland County, VAHarrelMaryNorthumberland County Records of Birth, 1661-1810, p. 438

    Mary Harrel, daughter of Gilbert, born March 3, 1680.

  • Gilbert Harrel Sr. of Northumberland County
  • Mary Harrel of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    25 Mar 1682Northumberland County, VAHarrelGilbertNorthumberland County Record of Births, 1661-1810, p. 438

    Gilbert Harrell, son to Gilbert, born 25 March 1682.

  • Gilbert Harrel Jr. of Northumberland County
  • Gilbert Harrel Sr. of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    22 Aug 1682Northumberland County, VAHaraldMaryNorthumberland County Records of Birth, 1661-1810, p. 439

    Mary Harald, daughter of Walter, born 22 August 1682.

  • Mary Harald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    5 Sep 1682Lancaster County, VAHarrowellRichardVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. I, p. 13

    2-167 (see 2-164) Thomas Binnision son of Abiah 5 September 1682, sold Richard Harrowell (HARWELL)100 A. on Great Sw. of Haddoways Cr. adj. Durty Sw., near Harrowell's house, Mr. Robert Griggs, 27 May 1695.

    2-164: Abihah Bonison (Bonnison) and alien died seized of 1200 A. in Christ Church Par. Lancaster Co. & could leave no heir or dispose by Will. Thomas Bonison so ofAbiah of Lancaster Co. presents same to Escheat and 7 September 1682 sold 212 A. of the 1300 A. to Urihah (Huriah) Angell. Grant to Angell adj. Mr. John Pinkar, Thomas Bonnison, the Mill Rd., Thomas Banton. John Hashley, Thomas Martin, Abiah Bonnison's Sw. 27 may 1695

    Both 1200 A. & 1300 A. are in Deed.

  • Richard Harrold Jr. of Lancaster County
  • Harrell
    15 Oct 1684Northumberland County, VAHaraldNicholusNorthumberland County Records of Birth, 1661-1810, p. 439

    Nicholus Harald, son of Walter, born 15 October 1684.

  • Nicholus Harald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell, Nicholas
    15 Jul 1685Northumberland County, VAHarroldGilbertNorthumbria Collectanea 1645-1720 A-L, p. 533

    In Order Book 4, pg. 279 Saml. Gerrard-dece.-his administrator Elizabeth Gerrard arrests Gilbert Harrold for debt 15 July 1685.

  • Gilbert Harrel Sr. of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    17 Apr 1687Northumberland County, VAHaraldSarahNorthumberland County Records of Birth, 1661-1810, p. 439

    Sarah Harald, daughter of Walter, born 17 April 1687.

  • Sarah Harald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    22 Aug 1668VirginiaHarrillMr. (possibly Richard Sr.)William and Mary Quarterly Vol. 4, p. 81

    A letter from Joseph Clarke, dated August 22, 1668 to Col. John Washington says. 'My good friend MR. HARRILL, brother-in-law, and executor to Mr. Browne'.

  • Richard Harrel Sr. of Lancaster County
  • Harrell
    11 Jul 1688Lancaster County, VAHarreldRichardLancaster County Court Records

    A probate of the last will and test of Rich'd Curtis dec'd Estate is granted unto Mary Curtis, his widow and relict, She giving security according to Acte.

    Geo. Wale, Francis Emanuell, Thomas Baker, John Bradley are ordered to Appraise the said estae and bee sworn by the next Justice. An Inventory thereof to bee exhibited to the next Court. RICH'D HERRELD, SEN. and Henry Bell, Security...

  • Richard Harrel Sr. of Lancaster County
  • Harrell
    13 Aug 1690Lancaster County, VAHarroldGeorgeLancaster County Court Records

    13th August 1690. It appearing to this Court that Francis Emanuell, Senr, deceased, does stand indebted unto George Harrold one barrell of Indian Corne and one Peck of wheat. It is therefore ordered that same bee forwith pd. with costs out of the saide Emanuells estate.

    This George Harrold has not been identified or connected to any of the Richard Harrold Family by Nota. -GLH

    Harrell
    4 Oct 1690Lancaster County, VAHarroldRichardLancaster County Court Records

    Richard Harrold on Jury in trespass case. Nov. 21st 1691 On Jury. Survey ordered for the above.

  • Richard Harrel Sr. of Lancaster County
  • Harrell
    8 Jan 1690Lancaster County, VAHarroldRichardLancaster County, Virginia Will Abstracts, 1690-1709, by Ruth and Sam Sparacio, p. 16

    The Inventory of the Estate of Capt. John Pinckard (decd) mentions Richard Harrold among those with bill and obligations to the estate.

  • Richard Harrel Sr. of Lancaster County
  • Harrell
    18 Mar 1695Northumberland County, VAHarroldJohnNorthumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750 compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, p. 720

    18 March 1695/96 JOHN HARROLD son of WALTER and PRISCILLA seven years old last December is bound by the Court and apprentice to serve John Trimlett and his wife and their heirs until he attaines twenty one years of age and the said John Trimlett causeing the JOHN HARROLD to Read and Write in the case ye s'd Jno Trimlett...until ye expiration of said terme to teach him the trade of cooper...OB 1678-1698.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    18 Mar 1695Northumberland County, VAHarroldHughNorthumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750, compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 2, p. 720

    18 March 1695/96 HUGH HARROLD seven years old December last bound by the Court an apprentice to serve Wm. Woodland and his heirs until he attaine to twenty one years of age, the said Wm. Woodland promising to do his endeavor to teach said HUGH the trade of Taylor and also to read the Bible...OB 1678-1698.

    William Woodland bought a tract of land in Maryland about this time. William was a weaver of cloth and probably also made clothes. -GLH

  • Hugh Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    18 Mar 1695Northumberland County, VAHarroldNicholasNorthumberland county Apprenticeships 1650-1750, compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 2, p. 720

    NICHOLAS HARROLD son of WALTER and PRISCILLA eleven years old last February is by court bound an apprentice to serve Capt. Tho. Brereton and his heirs until he attains the age of twenty one years the said Capt. Brereton in Court having in consideration thereof promised to cause the said NICHOLAS to be taught to read and write and give him a heifer of three years old at age of eighteen years...OB 1678-98.

  • Nicholus Harald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    9 Mar 1700Bedford County, VAHarroldGilbertLand Records for Bedford County

    Surveyed for GILBERT HARROLD 26 acres in Bedord Co…

    A Gilbert Harrill did go to Bedford county, Va but not until about 1750-60 This was Gilbert, father of Housand. -GLH

    Harrell
    1700Lancaster County, VAHarrellRichardTithable List 1700 Lancaster County, Va., Compiled by Sam and Ruth Sparacio of Ancient Press

    Christ Church Parish November 1700 RICHARD HARRELL- 1 tithable.

  • Richard Harrold Jr. of Lancaster County
  • 17 Feb 1702Northumberland County, VAHarroldJohnNorthumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750 compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, p. 237

    JOHN HARROLD orphan child about fifteen years old Having been formerly bound by the Court to John Trimlett and Hannah his wife under four provisions and the said Trimlett and his wife beind deced and it having been presented to this Court that the said child is incapable of getting his living and toytoring (tutoring) and idleing his time away loosely and almost naked and Capt. Thomas Winder and the boy consenting in court thereto having offered in Court provided the said child shall serve him to be taught the trade of a cooper and to read...shall appeare the next Court to the conrary Jno. Cooke of Lancaster County by Capt. Richard Haynie his attorney claiming the said boy and ordered the said boy be produced the next Court and upon Tryal of the matter the order to be confirmed or made void...OB 1699-1713.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    19 May 1703Northumberland County, VAHarroldJohnNorthumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750 compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, p. 248

    Whereas In March Court last JOHN HARROLD under some conditions bound to Capt. Thomas Winder provided Mr. John Cooke of Lancaster County should not show sound reasons to the contrary and upon his appearance and debating the matter the former order to be made null or confirmed and ordered the said HARROLD serve the said Winder according to the directions of the former order...OB 1699-1713.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    17 Nov 1703Northumberland County, VAHarroldGilbertVirginia Colonial Abstracts, Series II Vol. I, Northumberland County, VA. 1678-1713

    Court 17 November 1703 Motion of JAMES HARROLD, Exor. a probate of the last Will of GILBERT HARROLD. Proved by Francis Dawson and Mary Chapman.

  • Gilbert Harrel Sr. of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    20 Sep 1704Northumberland County, VAHarroldJamesRecords of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland County, Virginia 1650-1703, Compiled by W. Preston Haynie Part I, p. 311

    Mary Chapman, serv't to JAMES HARROLD, in Court having acknowledged that she had a bastard Child in the time of her service, the fine for her said default is remitted, her said Master in Court having assumed to pay the fine OB 1699-1713.

    Apparently JAMES HARROLD married Mary Chapman, or later married another Mary, since his wife at his death appears to have been named Mary

  • James Harrel of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    18 Jul 1705Northumberland County, VAHarroldNicholasNorthumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750, Compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, p. 341

    NICHOLAS HARROLD son of WALTER HARROLD petitioning this Court for his descharge from his apprenticehip from the Exectrs. Of Capt. Leon'd Dawson desceased he having served the full time as also for a three yeares old heifer and her increase which were to be delivered to him at eighteen years of age also his schooling which he was to have by Covenant in his indenture and it appearing he is free, he is descharged bu Richard Wright one of the Exec'rs moving the Court that the other matter might lye could the same if therefore could to the next Court at his request...OB 1699-1713.

  • Nicholus Harald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    20 Apr 1707Lancaster County, VAHarrellEdwardThe Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, VA, from 1653 to 1812

    Christ Church Parish, Lancaster Co., Virginia EDWARD HARRELL married Margaret Brumwell, daughter of Peter Brumwell. Children of EDWARD and MARGARET are: THOMAS, EDWARD, JUDITH (married William Green), MARY (married Peter Hudson)

    This Edward Harrell has been placed in the line of Richard Harrold by Nota, However later information uncovered indicates that Edward Harrell left his family and land in Stafford co., VA and went to Nansemond co and remarried there. Edward Harrell died about 1752 in Bertie Co., NC his Will is available. -GLH

  • Edward Harrell of Lancaster County
  • 18 Jul 1711Northumberland County, VAHarroldRichardRecords of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland Co., Va. 1650-1793

    Court 18 July 1711 RICHARD HARROLD, JR. and MARGARET his wife, one of the daughters of Thomas Ball deceased vs. John Burns, who married the widow and relict of said Ball, for Margaret's portion of the estate.

  • Richard Harrold Jr. of Lancaster County
  • Harrell
    22 Jan 1711Northumberland County, VAHarrellGilberVirginia Colonial Abstracts, Northumberland County Record of Births, 1661-1810, p. 440

    GILBER, son to MARY, born Jan'y 22 1711.

  • Gilber Harrell of Northumberland County
  • Gilbert
    30 May 1715Northumberland County, VAHarroldGilbertNorthumbria Collectanea 1645-1720 A-L p. 540

    In order Book 6, p. 110, GILBERT HARROLD and his wife JOAN - to appear in Williamsburg as witnesses, 30 May 1715.

  • Gilbert Harrel Jr. of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    10 Mar 1716Northumberland County, VAHerrellJohnVirginia Colonial Abastracts, Northumberland County Records of Births, 1661-1810, p. 440

    JO'N HERRELL, son to JOHN, born Mar 10, 1716.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    29 Nov 1719Northumberland County, VAHarrellJamesVirginia Colonial Abastracts, Northumberland County Records of Births, 1661-1810, p. 440

    JAMES HARRELL, son of JA'S, born 29 November 1719.

  • James Harrell Jr. of Northumberland County
  • 13 Oct 1720Northumberland County, VAHerrellWilliamVirginia Colonial Abastracts, Northumberland County Records of Births, 1661-1810, p. 440

    WILLIAM HERRELL, son of JOHN, born 13 October 1720.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    17 May 1720Essex County, VAHarrowHughEssex County Wills and Administrations No 3, 1717-1721, (Reel 40) pp. 150-51

    HARROW, HUGH, Inv. & Rec. May 17, 1720.

    Harrell
    14 Oct 1721Northumberland County, VAHarrellGilbertNorthumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, p. 440

    GILBERT HARRELL, son of JA'S, born 14 October 1721.

  • Gilbert Harrell of Northumberland County
  • 1728Stafford County, VAHurleJohnVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. 1, p. 98

    Deed Book B p. 210: John Edy of Westmoreland Co. 464 A. in Stafford Co. on Pimmetts Run. March 1728/29. JOHN HURLE first took up land but paid no compostition. Grant to Edy. HURLE paid fees before Edy had Deed. Deed cancelled. New Deed for HURLE Bk. C fo…196.

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • Rosana Hearald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    15 Jan 1729Stafford County, VAHarleJohnVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. 1, p. 100

    Deed Book C p. 8: William Gunnel of Westmoreland Co. 400 A. in Stafford on Pimmet's Run adj. Dorrel's land on Four Mile Run, JOHN HURLE (HURL). 15 January 1729.

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • Rosana Hearald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    15 Jul 1731Prince William County, VAHarleWilliam and JohnVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. 1, p. 111

    Deed Book C, p. 206: Edward Embs, WILLIAM HARLE & JOHN HARLE of Pr. William Co. 512 A. in Pr. William Co. adj. John Parker, on Mill Br., William Harrison. 15 July 1731.

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    24 Dec 1731Northumberland County, VAHearaldRosanaNorthumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, p. 441

    ROSANA HEARALD, daughter of JA'S and MARY, born 24 December 1731.

  • Rosana Hearald of Northumberland County
  • Harrell, Rosanna
    17 May 1735Orange County, VAHerleJohnOrange County, Virginia Deed Book 1735-1738, Compiled and Abstracted by John Frederick Droman, p. 7

    pp. 83-87: 17 May 1735. Alexander Spotswood, esq. to JOHN HERLE, planter. Lease for lives of JOHN HERLE and Wilm. Ingram son of Jno. Ingram. 120 acres on the south side of the River Rappidanne, part of 40,000 acres granted granted Alexander Spotswood and called the Sptsylvania Tract. Yearly rent for first four years on 25 December, one ear of Indian corn, and thereafter 600 pounds of tobacco, delivered at a convenient landing in Spotsylvania County, the first due 25 Dec. 1736.

    14 July 1735. Possession granted JOHN HERLE by James Chissum, attorney of Alexander Spotswood. Wit: Charles Spoe, Bryan Sisson.

    15 July 1735. Acknowledged by Alexander Spotswood, Esq. on motion of John Bramham.

    The abstract is actually much longer than this. The more interesting portions of this abstract were chosen to be posted. Other researchers may wish to look up the abstract in its entirety.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    1735Frederick County, VAHarrellJohnTexas D.A.R. Register for Marion Lege Henderson Halton, No. 479874

    JOHN HARRELL born 1735 Virginia died after 1797 in Frederick Co., Va. Married Sarah ---?--- born 1745 and died July 30, 1810 in Frederick Co., VA. Military: Ensign, Frederick Co., VA. Children: JOHN, JR. born 1759, JOSIAH born Jan. 1761 married (2)Sarah Evans, NATHAN born 1769, ELIZABETH born 1772.

    23 Jul 1737Orange County, VAHarrowJohnOrange County Virginia Deed Books 1738-1741 abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, pp. 112-113

    Petition dated 23 July 1737: JOHN HARROW is among a group of petitioners for a wagon road through Chester's Gap.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    8 Jun 1739Prince William County, VAHarleWilliam and JohnVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. 1, p. 122

    Deed Book E, p. 38: Thomas Lord Fairfax land in Pr. William Co. on Difficult Run near Falls of Potomack R. adj. Maj. Dennis McCarthy's Sugarland Tract, Mr. Wm. Harrison, Messsrs. WILL'M & JOHN HARLE, John Parker (now Mr. Watson), above Clark's Br., edward Emmes, Guy Broadwater, Thomas Simmonds, Mr. Lewis Elzey, on Difficult Run, Will'm Norris, line of Mr. John Grant now Maj. John Covill, Piney Br. of Difficult Run, John Lewis, John Warner, John Reid's now Rodham Neale, Mr. James Thomas, Col. Carter, Wm. Berkley. Surv. by Jno. Warner 8 June 1739. 12, 12,588 A. granted Bryan Fairfax, Esq. Bk F. fol:124.

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    27 Apr 1740Prince William County, VAHarraldRichardOrange County Virginia Deed Books 1738-1741, Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman, p. 37

    Deed Book Four 1740-1741, pp. 40-43: 27-28 April 1740. William Russell of Orange County, Gent. to RICHARD HARRALD, planter, of Prince William County. Lease and release; for L45 current money. 760 acres on the south side of Shenandoah River....by deep gully...down the river... (signed) W. Russell, Wit: David Vaunce, Charles Buck, Michael (M) French [in release also RICHARD (h) HARRALD].

    26 June 1740: Acknowledged by William Russell, Gent.

    26 June 1740: Commission to Robert Slaughter, John Finlason and Samuel Bell, Gent. to take the acknowledgement of Mary, wife of William Russell.

    20 July 1741: Mary Russell relinquishes her right of dower before Robert Slaughter and Saml. Ball 24 7br. (Sept) 1741. Privy examiniation returned.

    pp. 43-46; 28-29 April 1740: William Russell of Orange County, to Charles Buck, farmer of same. Lease and release; for L45 current money. 450 acres on west side the south river of Shenandoah on the lowere side a deep gully near river bank opposite to an island....W. Russell, Wit: David Vaunce, Michael (M) French, RICHARD (h) HARRALD.

    26 June 1740: Acknowledged by Wm. Russell, Gent.

    (Relinquishment of dower as above, Russell to HARRALD).

    The "M" in parenthesis represents Michael French's mark. The same for the "h" for Richard Harrald. Although this particular abstract of this deed does not illustrate it, other abstracts indicate that Richard Harrald's wife, named Elizabeth, also made her mark on the deed.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    23 May 1740Orange County, VAHarrowJohnOrange County, Virginia Will Book I 1735-1743, Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman, p. 24

    pp. 125-26. John Calver. Inventory. Appraisers sworn before Morgan Morgan. Total valuation L68.4.7, David Vance Senr, robert Allan, David Vance, Junr.

    Debts due by John Colvert's estate:

    To Mr. Jost Hite, L3.2.2, To JOHN HARROW, L13.1,To Grisham Woodall, L2.7 ½,To Robert Warph, L4.4 ½
    To George Boman, L7.8,To Mr. James Wood, L2.2.1,To James Megrowe, L2.9,To James Cathey, L1.8,To Wm. McMachen, L2.8,To Nathaniel Chapman, L10.1,To Jacob Whit, L2.0,To Robert Brookes, L17.6, We the undersigned executors do justify the above County to be just and true. Wm. McMachen, Robert Colvert, Jane Stevenson, Isaiah Calvert. 23 May 1740. Returned to court.

    The spelling of the names has been faithfully followed as they were in the original document.

  • John Harrold of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    10 Nov 1740Prince William County, VAHarleWilliamVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. 1, p. 130

    Deed Book E p. 184: John Summers of Pr. William Co. 359 A. in said Co. between Accotinck and Holme's Run adj. Messrs Harrison and Pearson. WILLIAM HARLE, Mad'm Broadwater's Rolling Road, Maj. John Fithugh. Surv. by Mr. John Warner.

  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    18 Jun 1741Prince William County, VAHarleWilliamVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. 1, p. 135

    Book E p. 282: WILLIAM HARLE Pr. William Co. 603 A. in said Co. on Middle Run of Holme's Run adj. Capt. Simon Pearson dec'd. Surv. by Mr. John Warner. Adj. Col. Colvill, Michael Reagon now Capt. Cocke's, Maj. John Fithugh, Mr. Broadwater's Rolling Road. Watts & Harrison's land, corner of Edwrad Emms now Colvil's land.

  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    21 Jan 1742Stafford County, VAHarrellJudithMarriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg, and of Orange, Spotsylvania and Stafford Counties, Virginia 1722-1850 by Therese A. Fisher, p. 73

    Green, William & JUDITH HARRELL; 21 January 1742 (Stafford County Marriages)

  • Edward Harrell of Lancaster County
  • 17 Jul 1742Prince William County, VAHarleWilliamVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Compiled by Gertrude Grey, Vol. 1, p. 144

    Deed Book E, p. 471:WILLIAM HARLE & Gerrard Tramel of Pr. William Co. 547 A. in said Co. adj. Col. Mason dec'd, Messrs Watt & Harrison on Brs. Of Accotink Run. Surv. by John Warner.

  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    10 Feb 1743Augusta County, VAHarrelRichardThe Virginia Magazine, Vol. 38, p. 73

    crost the South River of the Shenandoah at the limestone rocks below Richard Harrel's bottom after crossing the mountains and Happy Creek.

    Above statement made in a boundary dispute between Augusta and Frederick counties.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    15 Nov 1743Fairfax County, VAHarleWilliamFairfax County, Virginia Deed Abstracts, Book A, pp. 86-87

    Between WILLIAM HARLE of Fairfax and Ownes Williams Co. Fairfax 5 shillings 288 acrs, part of 683 Acre tract taken up by WILLIAM HARLE, Patent dated June 18, 1741 situated in Prince William Co., now Fairfax.

    For 1 ear of Indian corn at the Feast of St. Michael the Arch-angel if demanded. Recorded Nov. 18, 1743, Signed...WM. HARLE.

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    1743Frederick County, VAHarrollHughFrederick County Order Book One 1743-1744

    HUGH HARROLL died 1743 in Frederick Co., VA...left orphans HUGH and JANE HARROLL. Custody given to William Davis by court order.

    Harrell
    1744Fairfax County, VAHarleJohnFairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book A, pp. 155-157

    JOHN HARLE witness to Deed

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    1744Fairfax County, VAHarleWilliam and JohnFairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book A, pp. 258-260

    ...in lines of lands of Daniel Trammell, bought of JOHN HARLE...WM. HARLE Witness.

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    19 Dec 1744Northumberland County, VAHarroldGilbertRecords of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland County, Va.1650-1793, Compiled by W. Preston Haynie, p. 48

    On information of Spencer Ball and Ellis Gill, Churchwardens of St. Stephen's Parish against Margaret Burn, late servant of GILBERT HARROLD, ordered the Sheriff take the s'd Margaret Burn in custody for being lately delivered of a bastard Child & Cause her to appear the next Court to answer s'd information:OB 1743-49.

  • Gilbert Harrel Jr. of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    10 Apr 1745Northumberland County, VAHarroldGilbertRecords of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland County, VA, 1650-1793, Compiled by W. Preston Haynie, p. 57

    On the presentment of the grand jury versus Margaret Burn for having a bastard child in St. Stephen's Parish in this county, the s'd Margaret being called and not appearing, on the motion of ___________ (name of person not stated), gen't, one of the Churchwardens of afores'd Parish, judgment is granted against the s'd Margaret & GILBERT HARROLD, her security, for five hundred pounds of tabacco, being the fine inflicted by Law for the afors'd offence which the Margaret and GILBERT are ordered to pay at the laying of the next levy for s'd Parish to use of the poor thereof with Costs. OB 174-49.

    This explains why Gilbert named Samuel Burn in his will. Samuel was his son.

  • Gilbert Harrel Jr. of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    16 Jul 1745Fairfax County, VAHarleJohnFairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book A, pp. 409-411

    JOHN HARLE witness to deed. Recorded July 16, 1745.

    Harrell
    24 Feb 1746Fairfax County, VAHarleJohnAbstracts of Virginia Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys 1653-1781, Vol. I, by Peggy Shomo Joyner

    JOHN HARL/HARLE; Fairfax; 24 Feb. 1746, 24 (?) June 1751; 131 a. near mouth of Secolin Br. on Goose Crk; adj. Abram Lindsay, Jacob Binks, Col. Carter, Mad. Mason (formerly Capt. Asbery's), Mr. Russ. Surv. Guy Broadwater.

    June 1752 " Eliza. the Widow of JOHN HARLE came & desired the benefit of this land, But if Any in behalf of the Son shd. Claim, then must submit.

  • John Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    18 Mar 1746Augusta County, VAHarrelWilliam and JacobAugusta County Records by Lyman Chalkley Vol. I, p. 26

    Road ordered from Caleb Jones's mill down to county line. James McKay, Henry Harding, John Mill, Adam Cunningham, Jacob Sterrell, William Hurst, Thomas Burke, WILLIAM HARREL, Thomas Grubb, JACOB HARREL, Charley Cox, Charles Burke, Calib Jobe.

    These tithables ordered to work on the road.

  • Jacob Harrel of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    1747Prince William County, VAHarrillSamuelPrince William Tithables 1747

    No transcript provided.

    Harrell
    1747Prince William County, VAHarrelJacobThe Virginia Magazine Vol. I, p. 35

    JACOB HARREL fined for not attending as a witness in court.

    Harrell
    1748Augusta County, VAHarildJohnChalkley Papers, Vol. 2, p. 414

    1748 Tax Delinquents of Augusta Co.: JNO HARILD, not found, RICH'D HARIL, twice charged.

    Harrell, Richard, John
    1748Augusta County, VAHarilRichardChalkley Papers, Vol. 2, p. 414

    1748 Tax Delinquents of Augusta Co.: JNO HARILD, not found, RICH'D HARIL, twice charged.

    Harrell
    21 Jun 1749Fairfax County, VAHarleWilliamFairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book B, pp. 481-482

    Land of WILLIAM HARLE and Garrard Trammell sold to John Moncure. On branches of Accotink, granted to WM. HARLE and Trammell July 17, 1742. Located N. side of Accontink branch, place called Elk Lick. 517 acres Recorded 21 June 1749.

  • William Harle of Stafford County
  • Harrell
    18 Aug 1749Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 2, Chalkley Vol. III, p. 274

    RICHARD HARRALD, SR. to RICHARD HARRALD, JR., planter of Culpepper Cave Branch, Joining JOHN HARRALD Planter, Capt. Russell's line. Teste: Leonard Burton, Judith Hurst.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    18 Aug 1749Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 2, Chalkley Vol. III, p. 274

    RICHARD HARRALD to son WILLIAM HARRALD Planter and to son JOHN HARRALD and to son MOSES HARRALD and to son JAMES HARRALD and to son AARON HARRALD, Duggley Branch on condition that the sons stay with him until they are of age. Delivered to JOHN HARRALD in March 1758.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    17 Aug 1750Lancaster County, VAHarrellGilbertLast Will and Testament of Gilbert Harrell, filed in Lancaster County

    Filed August 17, 1750, GILBERT, names his good friend, William Taite, as Executor, he makes provisions of inheritance for his son Samuel Burn, and mentions his loving brother JAMES.

    Samuel was Gilbert Harrill's illegitimate son by a servant named Burns. -GLH

    21 Nov 1750Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, p. 22, Chalkley Vol. III, p. 289

    RICHARD HARRALD, planter to WILLIAM HARRALD, planter 180 acres, Shanandore River; corner JOHN HARROLD; corner MOSES HARRALD. Teste. John Funk, Henry Netherton, James McKay.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    21 Nov 1750Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, p. 25, Chalkley Vol. III, p. 289

    RICHARD HARRALD to JOHN HARRALD planter 131 acres, Shenandore River, corner RICHARD HARRALD, JR., Teste: Henry Netherton, James McKay.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    21 Nov 1750Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, p. 27, Chalkley Vol. III, p. 289

    RICHARD HARRALD, planter to JAMES HARRALD planter 126 acres Shenadore River, corner AARON HARRALD planter, MOSES HARRALD planter.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    21 Nov 1750Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, p. 27, Chalkley Vol. III, p. 289

    RICHARD HARRALD, planter to MOSES HARRALD, planter on the Shenandore River, corner JAMES HARRALD and WILLIAM HARRALD.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    21 Nov 1750Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, p. 27, Chalkley Vol. III, P. 290

    November 21, 1750 Same to AARON HARRALD Planter, 78 acres, corner JAMES HARRALD.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    31 Jan 1750Augusta County, VAHarraldRichardLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3, p. 33, Chalkley Vol. III, P. 191

    January 31, 1750 Richard HARROLD planter to RICHARD HARRALD JR. planter 51 acres on the South River Shenadore, corner MOSES HARRALD. Teste: -James McKay, JACOB HARRALD, William Hurst.

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    22 May 1751Augusta County, VAHarrelRichardThe Virginia Magazine Vol. I, p. 438

    Petition for a road from widow Cobren's mill on the South Branch to Patton's Mill on the South Fork. Last Fall the court cent James McKay and RICHARD HARREL to view a road. They accordingly viewed the road to Ruben P.ts and so to keep down the river on the east side of county line. Prays an order all tithables on Flint Run and its branches from Walter Cunningham's down to the county line. JACOB HARREL, Peters Emlie, Anthony Horton, Ruben P.t, RICHARD HARREL SR, William Owens, John Kelly, Howard Gibson, James McKay, Philip Curme, Joseph Hoskins, William Hurst, Thomas Lann, RICHARD HARRELL JR, WILLIAM HARREL, Thomas Lenn, William Colbee, THOMAS HARREL, JOHN HARREL, John Jones, Joseph Ballinger, James Lenn, MOSES HARREL.

    The Thomas Harrel listed above had a land warrant which he left with a friend or relative when he “went away” the surveyor was told some twenty years later. Thomas Harrel never returned. I believe this to be Thomas, son of Edward who disappeared about 1720 and showed up in Nansemond co., Va. Thomas his son went there at the time Edward was about to die in 1752. -GLH

  • Richard Harrald of Augusta County
  • Harrell
    19 Sep 1749Augusta County, VAHarrilJacobLand Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia, Deed Book 3, p. 101, Chalkley Vol. III, p. 294

    Ruben Paget and Elizabeth to JACOB HARRIL 100 acres on a branch of Flint Run, patented by Fairfax September 19, 1749. Corner of John Calfee. Teste: John Sellers, William Hurst, James McKay.

    Harrell
    27 Aug 1751Augusta County, VAHarrelWilliamThe Virginia Magazine Vol. I, p. 46

    WILLIAM HARREL approved overseer of road, vice William Hurst and James McKay and tithables on the west side of South River to Fredericky City and to Good's Run. Keep in order.

    Harrell
    1754Shenandoah County, VAHarroldJohnKegley's Virginia Frontier: The Beginning of the Southwest, the Roanoke of Colonial Days, 1740-1783, by Frederick B. Kegley, p. 452

    A JOHN HARROLD of the Shenandoah area served in Capt. Joseph Pryor's Company of men during this time. He was listed as having one horse and four cattle in the records.

    Noted for years 1754-1760.

    Harrell
    1756Prince William County, VAHarrillJamesRecords Center, Richmond Virginia, Will of James Harrill of Prince William County, Virginia, date 20 September 1756

    JAMES HARRILL of Prince William County, Va. Wife (unnamed in will) was Executrix. Sons; JOHN, DANIEL, MOSES, WILLIAM, GILBERT, and SAMUEL. Daughters; ELIZABETH, MARY, SUSANA, ROASAN. Signed JAMES HARRILL (by marke). Wit; JOHN HARRILL (by mark), and DANIEL HARRILL (does not say by mark).

    Daniel's signature appears to be in the same handwriting as the rest of the text. The Will is probably in his handwriting. Another original document accompanied the Will. This is a note from Mary Harrill to the Court of Fauquier dated 23 June 1763. Mary asks the Court to name either Capt. Houson (Housen) Kenner or her son Daniel Harrill to be the Administrator of the Estate of her husband, James Harrill. She said she is..."old and crazy and not able to go through the trouble of it."

  • Gilbert Harrell of Northumberland County
  • James Harrel of Northumberland County
  • Harrell
    1759Frederick County, VAHarroldJohn and RichardFTM- Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310), 1759 Rent Rolls for Frederick County, VA

    HARROLD, JOHN, Va Frederick Co. 1759 Rent Roll
    HARROLD, RICHARD, VA Frederick Co., 1759 Rent Roll. "Item 72ac
    JOHN HARLE of Loudoun County, Virginia, 1761

    Harrell
    7 Jun 1764Fauquier County, VAHerrillElizabethEarly Fauquier County Marriage Bonds, compiled by Fauquier Bicentennial Committee

    ELIZABETH HERRILL m. John Clayter date of bond 7 June 1764.

    The groom's name might correctly be John Clayton.

    Elizabeth Harrell
    1764Frederick County, VAHarroldRichard1764 Rent Rolls for Frederick County, VA

    HARROLD, RICHARD, VA Frederick Co. 1764 Rent Roll.

    Harrell
    1770Fauquier County, VAHerrellDanielFTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

    None provided.

    Harrell
    27 Apr 1773Shenandoah County, VAHarrellJohn and JacobShenandoah County, VA, Deed Book A

    Bond by JOHN and JACOB HARRELL dated April 27, 1773.

    1773Fauquier County, VAHarroldWilliam and JonathanFTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

    None provided.

    Jonathan Harrold was likely of the Richard Harrold, Quaker Family from Pa. -GLH

    Harrell
    1773Fauquier County, VAHarrowJohnFTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

    None provided.

    Harrell
    27 May 1774Shenandoah County, VAHarrellJacobShenandoah CO. Virginia Deed Book A, p. 527

    Indenture May 27, 1774 Between JACOB HARRELL of Shenandoah Co. and Isaac Hite, Gent. of county Frederick L94 Sh 19. Pence 1. To him in hand paid by Hite: 1 sorrel mare brand TS, 1 red sow, 1 red hefier white face, 1 red? Sow and 6 shoats, 2 axes, 2 feather beds and furniture, 1...?, 2 bedsteads, 1 chest, Shear...? and shovel plows, 5 iron hoes, 1 frying pan 1 iron skillet, 2 pewter Basons, 2 pewter planes, 2 piggons and p....?, 2 wash tubs, 1 gini...? iron, 2 pr pot hooks, 2 hogsheads tobacco, parcel of corn.

    1774Dunmore County, VAHarroldRichardFTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

    None provided.

    Harrell
    1775Dunmore County, VAHarrellJohn, Jacob, Moses, RubenCensus of Dunmore County, Virginia 1775 taken by Thomas Allen

    JOHN HARRELL, 4 males > 16, 1 negro boy, 6 white females, 1 negro female
    JACOB HARRELL, 1 male > 16, 1 boyce, 3 white females
    MOSES HARRELL, 5 males > 16, 3 boyces, 4 white females, 3 negro females
    RUBEN HARREL, 1 male > 16, 2 boyces, 1 white female

    Reuben
    7 Oct 1774Fincastle County, VAHerrellRobertVirginia Colonial Soldiers by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, p. 153

    List of Capt. Shelby's Company of Volunteers from Fincastle County, 7 October 1774...names ROBERT HERRELL.

    This Robert Herrell was son of James Herrald/Harroll who died in Washington Co., VA in 1796, and is unrelated to the Lancaster Co. or Augusta Co. groups of Harrells etc. -GLH

    Harrell
    1775Dunmore County, VAHarrellEnoch, John, Rubin, WilliamList of Men Under the Command of Capt. Joseph Bowman in the Lower District of Dunmore Co.

    ENOCH HARRELL (name crossed out but still legible), JOHN HARRELL, RUBIN HARRELL, WILLIAM HARRELL.

    Reuben
    1776Shenandoah County, VAHerallSimonMilitary Records

    SIMON HERALL born 1756 Frederick Co., VA d. Oct. 7, 1822 age 66 yr. Living in Frederick Co. January 29, 1819. Military Service: Enlisted in Shenandoah Co. VA January 1776. Served as Private in Capt. Richard Campbells in Colonel Muhlenberges Eighth Regiment. Wounded at the Battle of Germantown. Length of service: 2 years. Allowed pension January 29, 1819 age 69 yr. SIMON HARRILL Pvt. in Capt. Joseph Bowman's payroll November 2, 1775 (Militia Company, local) Children by 1st marriage: SUSANNAH HARRILL married Thomas McClanhan January 20, 1810; REBECCA HARRILL married Thomas Reed August 3, 1810 Ref. Shenandoah Co. VA Marriage Records; SIMON HARRILL m (2) Lydia Harrison (widow) February 28, 1816, Lydia Harrison b. 1776 d. Nov. 5, 1875 age 79 yr. Bond Book Frederick Co., VA Isaac Harrison Surety, Children of SIMON HARRILL and Lydia Harrison: Seeney Harrison b. 1810; GEORGE HARRILL b. 1816. Lydia Harrison Harrill was granted pension in Warren Co. VA February 4, 1853 Pension #8895.

    Harrell
    9 Dec 1777Shenandoah County, VAHarrellJamesFiles of The General Services Administration

    JAMES HARRELL Corp. of 3rd and 4th Virginia Volunteers Regiment in Command by Colonel Thos. Elliott, Robert Lawson and Colonel James Wood. Enlisted Dec. 9, 1777 for 3 yrs; served at White Plains, N.Y., Camp Middlebrook-Robertson Farm. Scottsville-Camp Valley Forge-Camp Morristown, N.J.- He was mustered out 1783. Granted 200 acres of land March 16, 1784 by order of Benjamine Harrison and Thomas Merriweather. His land grant is recorded in Jefferson Co., Ky. (Then Virginia) Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Jillson, p. 336, warrant #2766. He also purchased another 400 acres in that county on Beechfork Creek 5/27/1780 near the land of WILLIAM and MOSES HARRELL. His name is listed in the 1783 Tax List for Shenandoah Co. VA.

    24 Apr 1778Fauquier County, VAHarrillSamuelFauquier Marriage Bonds and Fauquier Families 1759-1799

    SAMUEL HARRILL married Peggy Redman April 24, 1778.

    Harrell
    30 Apr 1778Shenandoah County, VAHarrowDavidShenandoah County Court Records

    The Churchwarden of the Parish is to bind David Harrow, orphan of John to Geo. Wetzel until he comes of age and he is to teach him the trade of a saddler.

    Harrell
    28 Sep 1779Shenandoah County, VAHarrellWilliamVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude E. Gray, Vol. III 1775-1800, p. 40

    Deed Book R, p. 300: John Horn of Shannandoah Co. 145 A. in said Co. Surv. John Hough. Adj. WILLIAM HARRELL, James Miller, Michael Baker. 28 September 1779.

    29 Feb 1780Shenandoah County, VAHarrellaWilliamVirginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude E. Gray, Vol. III 1775-1800, p. 43

    Deed Book R, p. 351: Henry Cane of Frederick Co., asne. Of WILLIAM HARRELLA (sic) 194 A. on Massanutting Rd. near Three Mile Lick bet. N & S Rs. Of Shannandoah in Shannandoah Co., Surv. John Hough. Adj. James McKay. 29 February 1780.

    Harrell
    27 May 1780Frederick County, VAHarroldWilliamOld Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, Deed Book A p. 105

    WILLIAM HARROLD, 1500 acres of land on Beechfork Creek, surveyed.

    At the time of the grant, this land was in Jefferson County. In 1784 it became Nelson County.

    Harrell
    27 May 1780Frederick County, VAHarrellJamesOld Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, Deed Book A, p. 106

    WILLIAM HARRELL, 1000 acres of land on Beechfork Creek, surveyed.

    At the time of the grant, this land was in Jefferson County. In 1784 it became Nelson County.

    27 May 1780Shenandoah County, VAHarrellJamesOld Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, Deed Book A, p. 106

    JAMES HARRELL, 400 acres of land on Beechfork Creek, surveyed.

    At the time of the grant, this land was in Jefferson County. In 1784 it became Nelson County.

    27 May 1780Shenandoah County, VAHarrellMosesOld Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, Deed Book A, p. 106

    MOSES HARRELL, 1,000 acres of land on Beechfork Creek, surveyed.

    At the time of the grant, this land was in Jefferson County. In 1784 it became Nelson County.

    1782Frederick County, VAHarrellJohn, William1782 Personal Tax List, Frederick Co., Virginia

    JOHN HARRELL: 1 person above 21, 0 slaves, 4 horses, 13 cattle;
    WILLIAM HARRELL: 1 person above 21, 0 slaves, 10 horses, 16 cattle;

    1783Shenandoah County, VAHarrellJames, James, Moses1783 Tax List Shenandoah Co., Virginia

    JAMES HARRELL, 9 white 0 black
    JAMES HARRELL 1 white 1 black
    MOSES HARRELL 11 white 4 black

    16 Mar 1784Shenandoah County, VAHarrellJamesOld Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, Military Warrant #2,766

    JAMES HARRELL 200 acres of land as a soldier of the line service during the Revolutionary War.

    1785Shenandoah County, VAHarrelJames1785 Tax List, Shenandoah Co. VA List of Abraham Keller

    JAMES HARREL. One white soul, one dwelling, one other building.

    The elder James Harrel and Moses Harrel are not listed in this census. It is assumed they removed to Jefferson Co., KY in 1784.

    Harrell
    10 Mar 1787Frederick County, VAHarrelNathanFrederick County Marriages, 1738-1850, p. 109

    NATHAN HARREL & Nancy Wiley 10 Mar. 1787; min. Simon Haar

    Harrell
    1787Fauquier County, VAHarrillDaniel, Hazel, Daniel1787 Personal Property List-Fauquier Co., VA Dist. C: Northeast Dist-Travers Nash, p. 294

    HARRILL, DANIEL- self 2 0 0 4 5;
    HARRILL, HAZEL;
    HARRILL, DANIEL;
    HARRILL, DANIEL- 16-21 yrs;
    HARRILL, DANIEL (father)-16-21 yrs;

    Harrell
    31 Dec 1787Fauquier County, VAHarrillFrancesFauquier Co. VA Marriage Bonds

    FRANCES HARRILL married William Broadhurst, MB 31 December 1787.

    Harrell, Francis
    1 Jan 1788Fauquier County, VAHarrillHazelFauquier Co. VA Marriage Bonds

    HAZEL HARRILL married Catharine Shanks on January 1, 1788. Bondsman Wm. Broadhurst.

    Harrell
    24 Oct 1789Nelson County, KYHarrellWilliam, Moses, JamesCertificate Book of the Virginia Land Commission 1779-1789

    Petition of inhabitants of Nelson County that they are very inconvenient to an inspection and from the badness of the roads labor under many invonveniences in carrying produce to market. They ask an Act to establish a warehouse and inspection on the Beech fork at the mouth of Cartwright's Creek on the land of Richard Parker"...signed WILLIAM HARRELD, MOSES HARRELL and JAMES HARRELL and about 150 others.

    1790Campbell County, VAHarroldGilbertVirginia Taxpayers Not Included in the 1790 Census

    HARROLD, GILBERT, 1 Poll, Campbell Co.

    Harrell
    1790Bedford County, VAHarroldHousandVirginia Taxpayers Not Included in the 1790 Census

    HARROLD, HOUSAND, 1 Poll, Bedford Co.

    Harrell, Housen
    1790Campbell County, VAHarrowJesseVirginia Taxpayers Not Included in the 1790 Census

    HARROW, JESSE, 1 Poll, Campbell Co.

    Harrell
    1790Fayette County, VAHarrowJamesVirginia Taxpayers Not Included in the 1790 Census

    HARROW, JAMES, 1 Poll, Fay. Co.

    Harrell
    1790Fayette County, VAHarrowJohnVirginia Taxpayers Not Included in the 1790 Census

    HARROW, JOHN, 1 Poll, Fay. Co.

    Harrell
    19 Jan 1790Frederick County, VAHarrellNathanFrederick County Marriages, 1738-1850 p. 109

    NATHAN HARRELL & Ann Betty 19 Jan. 1790; min-Lewis Eichelburger.

    9 Feb 1790Frederick County, VAHarrellHannahFrederick County Marriages, 1738-1850, p. 325

    HANNAH HARRELL & Abraham Kendrick 9 Feb. 1790; min. -Simon Haar

    14 Apr 1804Frederick County, VAHarrellLettieFrederick County Marriages, 1738-1850, p. 325

    LETTIE HARRELL & Joseph Whiteacre 14 Apr. 1804; b-NATHAN HARRELL

    30 Jul 1810Frederick County, VAHarrelJohnChalkley Papers Vol. II, p. 153

    Hite vs. Buck O. S. 187; N. S. 66, Bill 1809. From Frederick. Thomas Smith, aged 72, deposes in Frederick, 30th July, 1810, he found in JOHN HARREL'S papers a deposition by William Owens. SARAH HARREL, aged 65, deposes as above. Widow of JOHN HARREL. Fairfax gave JOHN a lease on Happy Creek, near Front Royal, for their lives, viz: JOHN HARREL; his son, NATHAN HARREL, and NATHAN'S son NATHAN. ELIZABETH HARREL deposes as above (age 37). Daughter of JOHN. Charles Buck, aged 37, deposes 9th May, 1812. Bond by JOHN HARRELL, JR., of Frederick County to Isaac Hite, dated 2d August 1770. Bond by JOHN and JACOB HARRELL, 27th April 1773.

    Harrell
    1810Frederick County, VAHarrallWilliam1810 Census for Frederick Co., VA

    Line 343 HARRALL, WILLIAM 00110-0001000

    Harrell
    1810Frederick County, VAHarrellSarah1810 Census for Frederick Co., VA

    Line 386 HARRELL, SARAH 00101-0100000

    3 Aug 1810Shenandoah County, VAHarrellRebeccaShenandoah County Marriages, p. 300

    REBECCA HARRELL & Thomas Reed 3 Aug. 1810; d. of SIMONA

    30 Jan 1810Shenandoah County, VAHarrellSusannahShenandoah County Marriages, p. 300

    SUSANNAH HARRELL & Thomas McClanhan 30 Jan. 1810; d. of SIMON

    Susan, Susanna
    28 Feb 1816Frederick County, VAHarrellSimonFrederick County Marriages, 1738-1850, p. 109

    SIMON HARRELL & Lydia Harrison 28 Feb. 1816; b-Isaac Harrison

    6 Oct 1818Frederick County, VAHarrelCatherineFrederick County Marriages, 1738-1850, p. 325

    CATHERINE HARREL & Gilbert Atwood 6 Oct. 1818; b-Jeremiah McNealy

    Harrell
    20 Feb 1773Dunmore County, VAHerrillThomasAbstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys: Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper, Prince William, Fauquier & Stafford Counties, 1710-1780, Peggy Shomo Joyner, by Combs Researcher Mary Gregg

    This land forfeited. His Lordship orders deed to John HARDEN, Junr. N.d. "When Thomas HERRILL went away he gave this warrant to Mark HARDIN and as I am informed HARDIN has given it to Jno HARDIN."

    (Signed) G HUME.

    Mark HARDIN of Augusta County; no warrant, date from survey, October 2, 1751 - survd for Mark HARDIN, N.d.; 296 acs. on branches of South R. Shando & Flint Run; adjoining William RUSSELL, his Lordship's Mannor of Leeds, Phillip CRUM, F. BINGHAM. CC - Wm. & Jno CALFEE. Surv. George HUME.

    Harrell
    26 Mar 1662Northampton County, VAHarleRandallCavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents, Vol. 1, 1623-1666, Nugent, p. 417

    March 26, 1662, Patent Book No. 4, p. 417, COLONEL EDMUND SCARBURGH, 600 acs. N'ampton Co., 26 Mar. 1662, p. (540). N.W. upon great Nuswattoke Riv., from Chingandokee Cr. mouth unto Arakoke Cr. Granted to Randall Harle, 5 Oct. 1649, by him deserted & granted said Scarburgh by order &c, dated 28 Sept. 1661 & due for trans, of 12 pers.

    Harrell
    1782Montgomery County, VAHeraldRubinThe Tax List of Montgomery County, Virginia, 1782

    Herald, Rubin with one tithe, one horse and 2 head of cattle, and no land.

    Harrell, Reuben
    10 Jul 1784Montgomery County, VAHarroldWilliamVirginia Land Office Grants N, 1784-1785, p. 201 (Reel 54).

    William Harrold is granted 267 acres "on a branch of New River adjoining Allford’s land."

    As Wythe County was formed from Montgomery County in 1790, this land grant was still considered part of Montgomery County.

    Harrell
    26 May 1790Wythe County, VAHerrellReubinAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 2.

    Additional justices of the peace were recommended as follows: Enoch Osburn, Manitree Jones, Alexander Buchanan, James Maxwell, Nathaniel Frisbie, William Calfee, James Campbell, Joseph Patterson, Jesse Evans, Robert Adams, James Findley [Finley], and Andrew Steele.

    In addition the constables for the various companies were appointed. These included James Murphy, David Miles, George Houck, Adam Aerhart, Robert Calhoun, Henry Baugh, Peter Kinser, Robert Inglish, Barnet Folie [Foley], Jesse Lynch, Archibald Buchanan, William Mairs, William Allen, Isaac Mendinall, Holton Muncey, Reubin Herrell, and John Compton, Jr.

    Harrell, Reuben
    24 Nov 1790Wythe County, VAHarrellReubinAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 6.

    Abstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 6, John Alford was appointed constable in Captain Crockett's company replacing Reubin Harrell.

    Reuben
    10 Oct 1792Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamWythe County Virginia Deed Book 1, pp. 133 and 134.

    Benjamin Smith & Judah of Wythe Co to William Lahugh of Frederick Co; for £110; 123 acres on both sides of Reed Creek, branch of New River; Benjamin & Judah Smith made their marks; witnesses: Andrew Boyd, John Hurst, William Harrell, Daniel Miller, James Brown his mark; partially proved 11 Dec 1792 & fully proven 11 Apr 1793; original deed found at the Courthouse.

    1793Wythe County, VAHarel, Herl, Heril, HearelWilliam, Martain, Ruben, JohnThe 1793 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1793, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: William Harel, Martain Herl, Ruben Heril, William Heril, John Hearel;

    Harrell, Martin, Marten, Reuben
    1794Wythe County, VAHarl, HerlJohn, Martain, William, Rubin, WilliamThe 1794 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1794, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: John Harl, Martain Harl, William Harl, Rubin Herl, William Herl;

    Harrell, Martin, Marten, Reuben
    1795Wythe County, VAHerlDavid, James, RubinThe 1795 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1795, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: David Herl, James Herl, Rubin Herl;

    Harrell, Reuben
    1796Wythe County, VAHarel, Hearel, HerrelDavid, John, RubenThe 1796 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1796, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: David Harel, John Hearel, John Herrel, Jr., Ruben Herrel;

    Harrell, Reuben
    1797Wythe County, VAHerrell, Herrel, HorrellJohn, Ruben, WilliamThe 1797 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1797, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: John Herrell, John Herrell, Jr., Ruben Herrel, Wm. Horrell;

    Harrell, Reuben
    15 Mar 1797Wythe County, VAHaroldReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 23.

    Reuben Harold [Harrell] was appointed surveyor of the road from Evans’ Ferry to Ross’ Mill.

    Harrell
    12 Sep 1797Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 28.

    Justices present: William Davies, Stephen Sanders, Jess Evans, David Busterd, and Joseph Kent. Grand Jury: Samuel Ewing, foreman, Michael Steffey, John Snevely, Peter Kinder, Daniel Etter, Martin Woolford, Andw. Porter, William Bonham, William Gleaves, Peter Knave, John Lastley, Adam Harman, John Doak, William Harrell, Samuel Williams, and John Draper, who presented the surveyor of the road from William Rogers to Isaac Shepperd's by knowledge of Samuel Ewing, William Gleaves, Sr., and William Bonham, yeoman of this county, also recommend to the court that they provide county standards, weights and measures.

    15 Nov 1797Wythe County, VAHarrillWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 30.

    In the case Henry Honaker vs. William Harrill [Harrell], ordered that Andrew Boyd, Francis J. Carter, James Crockett, and Jas. Newell decide that William Harrill convey to Henry Honaker all the land included within the lines of his patent lying northward of a line beginning at two white oaks and a black oak corner to Thomas Alford's land, thence along a marked line South 75 degrees East __ poles to two white oaks near the meeting house including the houses where Henry Honaker lately resided, now occupied by Reed and Allen merchants, and that William Harrill pay the costs of this suit.

    Harrell
    1798Wythe County, VAHarold, HarreldDavid, James, John, WilliamThe 1798 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1798, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: David Harold, James Harold, John Harold (son of B-), Wm Harold, Wm Harreld;

    Harrell
    9 Jan 1798Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 32.

    The Sheriff to deliver to John Harrell the property taken from him for refusing to work under Henry Honaker, overseer of the highway, and that said Honaker pay to the said Harrell his costs in that behalf expended.

    14 Feb 1798Wythe County, VAHarrillReubinAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 34.

    Thomas Brooks, Senr., to allot hands under Reubin Harrill and Thomas Whitlock.

    Reuben, Harrell
    8 May 1798Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 36.

    Joseph Honaker appointed overseer of the road from Andrew Boyd's to James Dillows and Danl. Miller from thence to county line of Montgomery by way of Daniel Millers, and that William Harrell, Joseph Russell, and Andrew Boyd allot the hands under said overseers.

    2 Nov 1798Wythe County, VAHarrellDavidWythe County, Virginia Land Entry Book 1, p. 54.

    William Ross, assignee of David Harrell, on a military warrant of 200 acres* issued to George Kindall, May 2, 1783, enters 200 acres on New River and the waters thereof, beginning corner to his own land and the bank of Macks Branch, and corner to land of James Jones, and to line of Joseph Russell 's land, and corner to Jacob Miller's land.

    *This land was for service in the French and Indian War, not for the Revolutionary War. When Virginia began issuing military warrants for land for service in the Revolutionary War, that land was in Kentucky and Ohio, not in the current boundaries of Virginia. – Janie Z. Dillon

    1799Wythe County, VAHarald, Harold, HerrellJacob, John, Reubin, WilliamThe 1799 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1799, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: Jacob Harald, John Harald (son of Wm), Reubin Harald, John Harold (son of B-), Jacob Herrell, Wm Harald;

    Reuben, Harrell
    9 Apr 1799Wythe County, VAHarrelWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 46.

    Justices present were James McGavock, William Davies, James Newell,
    William Ward, John Stanger, and James Davis. The Grand Jury presentments, with Robert Graham as foreman, included William Harrel, Robert Watson, David Sloan, George Harman, David Doak, William King, Evin Davies, Daniel Etter, Magness McDonald, Jacob Toblar, Joseph Irvine, Samuel Ewing, Stephen Sanders, Robert Crockett, William Gleaves and Lewis Woolford. Presentations: Lawrence Murry, yeoman, for being drunk by knowledge of Joseph Irvine and David Doak, farmers.

    Harrell
    10 Sep 1799Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 51.

    Grand Jury: George Carter foreman, Peter Kinder, Peter Etter, Jacob Kinder, Robt. Buchanan, Joseph Irvine, Chartes Fullen, Daniel Etter, Nath'l Nuckles, Henry Rader, Benj. Holston, Daniel Sponsler, Henry Pickle, Jacob Tobler, William Harrell, and Andrew Crockett, considered the following

    (1) Valentine Stealey for obstructing the road leading by his house to the head of Holston, by fencing same from Aug. 24 to present by knowledge of Henry and Jacob Pickle.
    (2) Overseer of the road from Evansham to Daniel Etter's for not keeping repaired by information of Jos. Irvine and Jacob Kinder.
    (3) Surveyor of the road from Jas. Crockett's to Reed Creek for not keeping repaired, information of Andrew Crockett and William Harrell.
    (4) Overseer of the road for not keeping an index or sign board at the forks of the road at this time, next above Jas. Finley's by information of Jacob Doblar and Chartes Fullen.
    (5) Overseer of road for not keeping the same at the fork of the road at George Kinder's by information of Jacob K1nder and Jos. Irvine.
    (6) The same at fork of the road at this time at Leonard Straw's by information of Jacob Kinder and Jos. lrvine.

    8 Oct 1799Wythe County, VAHarrelWilliamWythe County Deed Book 2, pp. 439 and 440.

    Andrew Crockett & Sarah his wife to William Lehu of Frederick Co; for $1000; tract of land on the waters of Pine Run, it being the same land Samuel Crockett now lives on, containing 260 acres, adjoining Andrew Boyd, William Harrel, Andrew Crockett, corner to Boyd's patent land and corner to Harrel's land; Andrew & Sarah Crockett signed; recorded 8 Oct 1799.

    Harrell
    10 Dec 1799Wythe County, VAHarraldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 55.

    Andrew Crockett, William Harrald, Andrew Boyd & John Flora, or any three, to view nearest and best way for road from William Rosses' to Wythe Courthouse.

    Harrell
    1800Wythe County, VAHarald, Harold, Harreld, Harrelr, Herrell, HorrellJohn, William, Rubin, JacobThe 1800 Wythe County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List, by Malita Warden Murphy & James L. Douthat.

    1800, Appeared in Tax List for the year noted: John Harald (son of Wm), John Harold (son of B-), Wm Harreld, Rubin Harrelr, Jacob Herrell, William Horrell;

    Harrell, Reuben
    15 Jan 1800Wythe County, VAHaroldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 57.

    William Calfee, Halbert Allison, William Harold, Henry Davies, Senr., Thomas Foster, David Sayers, Thomas Whitlock or any three, to view the road running from Craig's Ford past Robt. Carter's plantation, the nearest and best way to Henry Davies' Mill, thence down the south side of New River, the nearest and best way to the Montgomery County line and report.

    Harrell
    8 Apr 1800Wythe County, VAHerrell, HarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 60.

    Three of the persons appointed to view the road. from Robt. Carter's to Henry Davies' Mill, thence down the south s1de of New R1ver to the Montgomery County line, reported in favor of sa1d way and it is ordered established. Spencer Breeden, Senr., and James Calfee to be overseers of same, and Henry Davies, Randal Fugate, and William Herrell allot hands under them.

    Grand Jury presents: the overseer or the road from Reed Creek at Robert Grims's (Graham's] to James Crockett's by information of Jas. Simpson and William Harrell (farmers); overseers of the road from Boyd's Mill to Peek [Peak] creek upon information of Jas. Simpson and John Hounshell (farmers); the overseer of the road from the ford of Reed Creek to Jas Finley's by information of Peter Kinder and John Hownshell (farmers);

    11 Feb 1801Wythe County, VAHeraldWilliamWythe County Land Entry Book 1, p. 120.

    JOHN GEORGE SHREADER, assignee as above, enters 50 acres on Ellis's Spring Branch and joining Ellis, James Jones and William Herald.

    Harrell
    9 Mar 1802Wythe County, VAHarrallWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 85.

    Ordered that Andrew Boyd, Joseph Russell, and William Harrall allot the hands that are to work under Joseph Honaker, Benjamin Smith, and Richard Rains, overseers of the road.

    Harrell
    8 Jun 1802Wythe County, VAHaroldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 90.

    Grand Jury impaneled: Samuel Crockett, foreman, William Hayes, Michael Criger, Jacob Tobler, James Jones, Peter Pinkley, Samuel Ewing, John Steffey, Nicholas Tarter, Robt. Watson, John Harkerader, Anthony Toncray, Charles Baker, Isaac Sheppard, Randal Rutherford, George Wampler, and William Harold.

    Harrell
    10 Aug 1802Wythe County, VAHarroldJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 92.

    John Harrold to be overseer of the road in room of Benjamin Smith; Christley Razor, same in room of Joseph Williams.

    Harrell
    11 Nov 1802Wythe County, VAHerraldReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 92.

    Henry Vaught to be overseer of the road in room of David Buster, Edward Murphy same in room of John Hounshell; Reuben Herrald same in room of Jesse Evans.

    Harrell
    10 Dec 1802Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamWythe County Virginia Deed Book 4, pp. 73, 74.

    William Harrell & Martha his wife to Henry Honeaker [Honaker], all of Wythe; for $300; tract whereon Humphrey Ellis now lives, containing 8 acres, beginning on a hillside near the still house field; William Harrell signed & Martha did not; recorded 10 May 1803; original deed found at Courthouse; Martha released her dower 10 Mar 1804.

    12 Jan 1803Wythe County, VAHerraldReubinAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 98.

    John Dunford, appointed constable in Joseph Evans' Company replacing Reubin Herrald discharged.

    Reuben, Harrell
    8 Feb 1803Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 98.

    By petition of Joseph Russell and others, it is ordered that Andrew Crockett, Andrew Boyd, John T. Sayers, James Devor, and James Calfee or any three, do review the road from Randal Fugate's to Humphrey Ellis's by Henry Christly's and William Harrell's and report on conveniences and inconveniences of the old road and of the proposed alterations.

    9 Feb 1803Wythe County, VAHerraldWilliamWythe County Virginia Land Entry Book 1, p. 171.

    RANDAL FUGATE, on a treasury warrant, enters 300 acres on the waters of New River adjoining the land of William Herrald, William Lehew, George May, James Black, James Louthan and his own.

    Harrell
    22 Feb 1803Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamWythe County Virginia Land Entry Book 2, p. 172.

    William Harrell by virtue of part of the Land Office Treasury Warrant lodged in this office enters 12 acres of land on the waters of New River. Joining his own lands beginning at two black oaks & white oak saplins. Corner to the survey purchased of James Newell & with a line of the same crossing a branch, thence leaveing s’d line & different courses to the lines of an other survey of his & with the line thereof to the Beg_ to include above quantity.

    10 May 1803Wythe County, VAHarrelWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 100.

    Last Feb. order to review proposed alterations to a road from Randal Fugate's to Humphrey Elliis's by Henry Christley's and William Harrel's is returned and the same approved. William Harrell, Senr., appointed overseer of the same and David Sayers, Joseph Russell, James Calfee, and Thomas Whitlock, or any three, are to appoint the hands.

    Harrell
    14 Jun 1803Wythe County, VAHerraldWilliamWythe County Virginia Land Entry Book 1, p. 175.

    HENRY HONEAKER [HONAKER], on part of a treasury warrant, enters 100 acres on the waters of Macks Run adjoining William Herrald, Thos. Alford, his own, John Flora, Jos. Russell and James Jones.

    Harrell
    9 Aug 1803Wythe County, VAHerraldJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 103.

    Henry Honeaker, John T. Sayers, James Ellis, and John Herrald, or any three, to appraise the estate of William Foster, Sr., deceased, estate. Will of William Foster recorded. James and William Foster to be executors.

    Harrell
    9 Aug 1803Wythe County, VAHarraldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 104.

    William Ross, Henry Davis, Jr., and David Sayers to Jay off and divide hands to work under William Harrald, Spencer Breeding, Henry Davis, Sr., Thomas Whitlock, James Calfee, and Lawrence Stephens, overseers of the road.

    Harrell
    13 Sep 1803Wythe County, VAHarroldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 105.

    On petition of William Aulford and others for the removal of William Harrold as overseer of the road from Ellis to Fugate's, he is ordered to be removed.

    Harrell
    11 Oct 1803Wythe County, VAHarroldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 107.

    William Harrold reappointed overseer of the road from Humphrey Ellis' to Randal Fugate's.

    Harrell
    13 Jun 1804Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 114.

    William Ross, Henry Davies, Jr., and David Sayers to lay off and divide the hands to work under William Harrell, Henry Davis, Sr., Thomas Whitlock, and Lawrence Stephens, overseers of the road.

    12 Dec 1804Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 119.

    Evan King appointed overseer of the road in room of Henry Davies, deceased, and William Ross, Henry Davies, Junr., and David Sayers are to lay off the hands to work under said King, Thomas Whitlock, William Harrell, Lawrence Stephens, and James Jones, overseers of the road.

    21 Feb 1805Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenWythe County Virginia Deed Book 4, pp. 217, 218, 219.

    William Roweson, an emancipated slave, formerly the property of Conrad Doll of Frederick Co, MD, of one part to Reuben Ross of the County of Wythe and Commonwealth of Virginia of the other part; witneth that the said William Roweson voluntarily hath put, placed, and bound himself to the said Reuben Ross as a servant with him to dwell for the full term of twenty five years from the date hereof during all which time the said William doth covenant and agree with the said Reuben Ross him well and faithfully to serve in all such lawful business as the said William shall be put to by his said Master according to best of his power, wit, and ability and honesty and obediently shall behave himself to the said Reuben Ross his master, that he will not desert the service of his master for & during the term of years aforesaid and will not go from the place assigned him for his above a distance not more than ten miles without a pass from his said Master or from such person as his said Master may authorize for that purpose and the said William further doth covenant that he will deliver the instruments of his emancipation to the person into whose hands this indenture is given to be kept in trust by him until the full term of years aforesaid is expired for the performance of all and every covenant on the part of the said William himself in the sum of two thousand dollars.

    And the said Reuben Ross on his part doth covenant and agree to and with said William to furnish him with sufficient drink, clothing, washing, lodging & all other things suitable for a servant during the said term.

    And also will pay him the said William the sum of two hundred dollars in cash for and in consideration of his service to be performed aforesaid. In testimony whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and affirm their seals the day and year first above written. William Roweson made his mark; Reuben Ross signed; witnesses: James Boyd, Thomas Riders, Reuben Harrell, Randolph Ross.

    10 Sep 1805Wythe County, VAHarroldJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, pp. 126, 127.

    Grand Jury presented overseer of the road from James Crockett's to the ford of Reed Creek at Robert Grimes' [Graham's] for not keeping the same repaired; also the overseer of the road from Jacob Stealy's [Staley's) to Michael Wenrick's [Venrick's] for not keeping the same in repair; George Wampler, Sr., for selling Cyder Royal by retail without a license, one quart to Adam Kettering and one quart to Peter Nave, at his house by the knowledge of Adam Kettering and Peter Nave; Martin Miller, same whiskey one-half pint to Peter Nave; Erhart Zimmerman for selling by retail whiskey and brandy without license, one-half pint whiskey to Benjamin Smith on the 10th instant and ½ pint brandy to John Harrold, the 10th instant at his own house by knowledge of Willson Davis, and Benjn. Smith; James Smith and Benj. Alderson for unlawful gaming by playing cards at the house of Randal Fugate in Wythe, Sept. 1, 1805 by the testimony of Reuben Ross and Thomas Herbert.

    Harrell
    20 Sep 1805Wythe County, VAHerraldWilliamWythe County Virginia Survey Book 2, p. 222.

    Randal Fugatt [Fugate]; 300 acres, entry 1Sep1805, part of a T.W. 500 acres, 18 Jul 1805, on waters of New River by William Herrald...by James Black...by Fugatt's [Fugate's] patent land.

    Harrell
    28 Jan 1808Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnWythe County Virginia Deed Book 5, pp. 80, 81.

    Samuel Fullen & Elizabeth his wife of Washington Co, TN to David Stewart of Wythe Co, VA; for £250; 135 acres on waters of Reed Creek, between a tract of land known by the name of Paxtons Glade and Henry Lambert's land, beginning corner near a spring and Henry Lambert's land...on a ridge corner to George Kinser's land...south side of Pine Ridge; Samuel & Elizabeth Fullen both signed; witnesses: Nathaniel Davis, John Harrell; recorded Sep 1808.

    27 Mar 1808Wythe County, VAHerraldWilliamWythe County Virginia Survey Book 2, p. 275.

    Surveyed for William Harrald 12 acres of land by virtue of an entry made the 10th day of July 1807 on part of a land office treasury warrant number 7444 and issued the 28 of October 1781 lying in Wythe county on the waters of New River and bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at two White Oaks a corner to his own land & running thence N. 60° E. 32 poles to a large white oak on the north side of a hill N. 20° W. 66 poles to a white oak black oak and hickory sapling on the south side of a ridge S. 53° W. 40 poles to a black oak on a line of his own land & thence S. 69° E. 60 poles with said line to the beginning.

    Geo W. Davis
    Robert Adams Sr.

    Harrell
    27 Jul 1808Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamWythe County Deed Book 5, pp. 98, 99.

    This Indenture made the 27th day of July, 1808, between William Harrell of the County of Wythe State of Virginia of the one part, John Feeley, Joseph Russell & John Draper Junior of the other part, trustees, Witnesseth that the said William Harrell for and in consideration of three hundred and fifty Dollars, hath bargained, sold and relinquished unto John Feeley, Joseph Russell and John Draper Jr., trustees, a certain tract or parcel of land situate in the county aforesaid on the waters of New River for the express and special purpose of erecting a house thereon for the purpose of a Seminary of learning and divine worship, and bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at a Buck eye, South 75, West 14 poles to a white Oak by Humphrey Ellis's fence, South 24, East 15 Poles to a white Oak, North 73, East 18 poles to a white Oak, North 26, East 6 poles to a white Oak, from thence to the beginning together with all the appurtenances threunto belonging for the sole use and purpose aforesaid, unto the aforesaid John Feeley, Joseph Russell and John Draper Jr., and their successors forever. And the said William Harrell doth for himself, his heirs &c. warrant and forever defend the aforesaid tract and parcel of land unto the said John Feeley, Joseph Russell and John Draper Jr. and their successors forever. In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name & affixed my seal the year & date above written.

    William Harrell {Seal}

    At Wythe County October Court 1808

    This indenture of bargain & sale from William Harrell to John Feeley, Joseph Russell & John Draper Jr, trustees, was acknowledged in court by the said Harrell to be his act & deed & ordered to be recorded.

    Teste, John R. Mathews DC

    marginal note, delivered J. Feeley 8 Aug 1815, J.T.F.

    Feely
    9 Nov 1808Wythe County, VAHarrollWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 158.

    On the application of John Flora for a new road to be opened from the head of Draper's Valley to the main road between Russell and Feeley and Humphry Ellis’s passing said Flora’s mill, it is ordered that William Harroll, James Simpson, Halbert Ellison, and David Sayers, Jr., or any three, to view the way proposed.

    Harrell
    14 Sep 1808Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 160.

    Holbert Allison, David Sayers, William Harrell and James Simpson viewed the way for the new road proposed by John Flora from the head of Draper's Valley to the main road between Russells and Feeleys and Humphrey Eillis's pass1ng sa1d Flora's mill made their report and the following are to appear to show reasons why the said road should not be opened: William Foster, Samuel Shepperd, Andrew Boyd, James Foster, heirs of Joseph Honeaker, deceased, Adolph Flora, Alex, Miller, Randolph Fugate, and John Flora.

    11 Oct 1808Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 161.

    Will of Joseph Russell, deceased, proved by the oaths of Thomas Boyd, William Harrell, and John Mallory, probate granted John Feeley, one of the executors, bond with William Foster and John Flora for $10,000. William Foster, Thomas Boyd, James Foster and Henry Honeaker or any three, to take the appraisal of the estate.

    25 Feb 1809Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County, Virginia Marriages, 1790-1853, by Beverly Repass Hoch and Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 100.

    Jacob Harrell and Nancy Gray, daughter of William Gray. Surety Jas. [James] Jones; consent of R. [Robert] Crockett for Jacob Harrell to obtain a license.

    10 Oct 1809Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 171.

    October 10, 1809; Christian May appointed overseer of the road replacing William Harrell, Sr.

    13 Feb 1810Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1791; 1795-1810, Volume 1, by Mary B. Kegley, 1996, p. 174.

    Will of Henry Christly deceased proved by oath of William Harrell.

    12 Mar 1811Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 2.

    The last will and testament of William Bates, deceased, proved by Jacob Hays, Amon McDaniel and William Harrell and ordered to be recorded. On the motion of Joseph and John Bates, executors of the estate, probate is granted them. John Buchanan, Patrick Buchanan, John Dougherty, and Daniel Dougherty, or any three, are to appraise the estate.

    14 Jan 1812Wythe County, VAHaroldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 13.

    On the petition of Thomas Boyd and others it is ordered that James Allison, James Simpson, William Harold, James Graham, and David Sayers, Jr., view the way proposed for a new road leading from Thomas Hewey's land to the “great road,” intersecting on the land of John T. Sayers or Samuel Shepperd, and report.

    Harrell
    11 Jun 1812Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 17.

    Present, Joseph Kent, Joseph Crockett, John P. Nye, James Graham, John Stanger, and Robert Sayers. George Oury account as jailer, $8.92. Daniel Green appointed constable in the 1st Battalion, 35th Regiment. The following are recommended: Jacob T. Fishback as captain of a company of artillery replacing John Ear1y; George Winniford, as 1st lieutenant same, replacing Christopher Oury who refused to qualify; Jacob Harrell 2nd lieutenant same company replacing George Winniford, promoted. Overseers of the poor to bind out Sally Jenkins, poor child.

    14 Jul 1812Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 17.

    John Harrell is appointed overseer of the road replacing Christly May.

    12 Aug 1812Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 18.

    Qualification of Samuel Crockett as lieutenant of the 35th Regiment, 19th Brigade 3rd Division; Jacob Harrell as 2nd lieutenant in a company of artillery, 3rd Regiment, 3rd Division.

    12 Mar 1812Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 25.

    On the application of James Craig, it Is ordered that William Ross Sr., James Jones, William Harrell and Reuben Harrell are to view the way proposed by Craig for an alteration of the road leading from Poplar Camp Furnace to Montgomery County line, passing through the lands of sd James Craig, and report.

    14 Jun 1814Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 42.

    Michael Cline paid for 7 young wolf heads, $8.75; Reuben Harrell paid for the use of his plow and two horses in repairing the highway, $1.50; and for use of his wagon and team, $3.

    1815Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamSouthwest Virginia Tax Assessments 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, and Wythe Counties, compiled By Mary B. Kegley, 1991, p. 18.

    1815; William Harrell (Harrel), one farm on the “blew” ridge the waters of Reed Island [Creek], 200 acres having thereon one “cabben,” and two stables, valued at $175.

    1815Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamSouthwest Virginia Tax Assessments 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, and Wythe Counties, compiled By Mary B. Kegley, 1991, p. 119.

    1815; JOHN CHISLEY, one farm on New River, adjoining William Harrell, Senr., 100 acres having thereon two “cabbens,” one barn and corn crib, valued $300.

    1815Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamSouthwest Virginia Tax Assessments 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, and Wythe Counties, compiled By Mary B. Kegley, 1991, p. 124.

    1815; Randolph Fugate’s Estate, one farm lying on the main road, leading from Ingles Ferry, 22 miles from Wythe Courthouse, 400 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 26 feet by 20 feet, with cellar under, kitchen, barn, stable, still house, blacksmith shop, smoke house, and corn crib, valued at $2000; one other tract known by the name of “Sulpher” Springs, 224 acres having thereon one “cabben,” valued at $250; one other tract adjoining Wm. Harrell, 300 acres, unimproved, valued at $300; one other tract unimproved, on Peack (Peak) Creek, a branch of New River, 440 acres, valued at $120; one other unimproved tract of land on New River near the line between Wythe and Montgomery counties, 190 acres valued at $100; one other unimproved tract lying on New River adjoining the Persimmon Bottom, 100 acres, valued at $20; one other tract of land on New River on the North side of the River known by the name of Fugate’s Ford, 400 acres having thereon two dwellings of wood, one 20 feet by 16 feet and the other 24 feet by 18 feet, two stories, one barn and no other buildings, valued at $1500; one other tract unimproved adjoining the above, 150 acres, valued at $150; one other tract adjoining the above unimproved, 324 acres, valued at $320; one other tract adjoining the above, unimproved, 150 acres, valued at $150; one other tract lying on the north side of New River near the line between Wythe and Montgomery counties, 300 acres having thereon one old dwelling house and other old “cabbens,” valued at $600; total $5,510.

    1815Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenSouthwest Virginia Tax Assessments 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, and Wythe Counties, compiled By Mary B. Kegley, 1991, p. 128.

    1815; REUBEN HARRELL, JUNR., one female slave between 12 and 50 years; one under 12 years, valued at $400.

    1815Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamSouthwest Virginia Tax Assessments 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, and Wythe Counties, compiled By Mary B. Kegley, 1991, p. 128.

    1815; WILLIAM HARRELL (HARREL), SENR., one farm lying between Ingles Road and New River, 267 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, 1 ½ stories, 24 feet by 18 feet, one kitchen, smoke house, one barn, and one corn crib, valued at $534; one other farm, 387 acres, having thereon two “cabbens,” one barn, one smoke house and corn crib, valued at $580; one other unimproved tract adjoining the above tracts, 12 acres, valued at $3; total $1,117.

    14 Feb 1815Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 50.

    Richard Williams constable account $29.184; Henry Honaker for wagon, team and driver in repairing the road one day $2.50; John Feely same two days, $5.50; James Jones, same, three days, $7.02; William Harrell, timber furnished for repairing the road, $3.00.

    15 Mar 1815Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 52.

    Grand jury presents: indictments against William Walraven and Reuben Harrell for disturbing a religious congregation.

    13 Feb 1816Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 66.

    Reuben Harrell appointed guardian of Charles Gray who is upwards of 14 years of age.

    14 Feb 1816Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 66.

    The following mentioned as co-defendants in a suit: John Davis, George Davis, William Davis, Abraham Davis, Larkin Johnson and Polly his wife, Spencer Lehue and Peggy his wife, Jacob Harrell and Anne his wife, Jacob Whitmore and Nancy Whitmore and William Ferguson and Susanna his wife, the legal representatives of John Davis, who departed this life intestate.

    13 Mar 1816Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 68.

    Samuel Cassell and William Harrell to appear to show why $10 fine should not be imposed on them for not attending as court witnesses.

    12 Jun 1816Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 72.

    The following are recommended in the 35th Regiment: John Davis, captain, Ambrose Grayson, resigned; Michael Robinett lieutenant, Devor, promoted; Hiram Robinett, ensign, Robinett promoted; Samuel Draper, lieutenant, Jas Steel refuses to qualify; Andrew Boyd, ensign, Joseph Draper, same; John A. Nye, 2nd lieutenant of artillery, Jacob Harrell resigned.

    12 Nov 1816Wythe County, VAHarroldJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 77.

    The new road from James Calfee's Ferry to Fugate's Ford added to the precinct of John Harrold.

    Harrell
    10 Dec 1816Wythe County, VAHarrelReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 78.

    Jesse Honaker, Reuben Harrel and Peter Thrasher, or any two, to allot the hands to John Harrell, James Jones, Spencer Breeding, John Hurst, and Peter Stevens, overseers of the road.

    Harrell
    10 Dec 1816Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 78.

    Isaac Lehue, constable, $4.20; George Jones for acting as guard for conveyance of prioress, $3.12; James Jack, same, $3.12; John Harrell for use of his wagon, team and driver, in repairing the road 2 ½ days, $7.50.

    10 Jun 1817Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 84.

    Jesse Honaker appointed overseer of the road in precinct heretofore worked by John Harrell as overseer including the road leading from Calfee's Ferry to Fugate's Ford.

    9 Sep 1817Wythe County, VAHarrellAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 88.

    Recommendations for the 35th Regiment of militia: Henry Whitman 1st lieutenant in company of artillery replacing Lieutenant Winniford, removed; Taurus Marshall, 2nd lieutenant in same company replacing Lieutenant Harrell, resigned; Ephraim Ward, captain of cavalry replacing Captain Stailey, resigned; Richard Lockett, 1st lieutenant same company replacing Lieutenant Wampler, resigned.

    11 Nov 1817Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 90.

    Thomas Boyd, Elijah Sayers and Jacob Harrell are to settle administration accounts of John Craig, executor of Mary Craig, deceased.

    25 Dec 1817Wythe County, VAHarrelWilliamWythe County, Virginia Marriages, 1790-1853, by Beverly Repass Hoch and Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 28.

    I have married the following persons this year to wit: Elisha Dixon & Nancy Hopkins, William Dobbins to Betsey Stephens, William Fisher to Amy Hutson, William Harrel to Eliza Hurst, Thomas Caldwell to Betsey Smithers, Reason Vermilion to Amelia W. Boyd, George Carter to Betsey Calfee. Given under my hand this 25th December 1817. To the Clerk of Wythe County.

    -Daniel Lockett

    *The date 25th December 1817 was probably the date of the minister's return, not the date of the marriage.

    Harrell
    10 Feb 1818Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 93.

    Reuben Harrell appointed overseer of the road from Captain Fugate's old cabin to Pine Run, replacing James Sayers, resigned.

    10 Mar 1818Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnThe Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia 1790-1878, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices From County Records, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 1995, p. 116.

    Andrew W. Longacre*, orphan of Andrew Longacre, deceased, over the age of 14 years, chose John Draper his guardian.

    *There is a marriage for an Andrew W. Longacre and Mary, daughter of John Harrell on August 28, 1827. Margaret Longacre was granted the administration of the estate of Andrew Longacre, deceased, on May 10, 1814 (Wythe County marriages; Wythe County Court Orders).

    9 Jun 1818Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 98.

    James Ward was recommended as colonel and John A. Sanders as lieutenant colonel in the 35th Regiment; Taurus Marshall as captain of artillery, replacing Fishback, resigned; James Fullen, 2nd lieutenant of Artillery replacing Marshall, promoted; William Patterson, lieutenant replacing Josiah Reeder, resigned; Elijah Sayers, ensign in the Rifle Company attached to the first Battalion of the 35th Regiment, replacing Samuel Calfee, resigned; Henry Umbarger, lieutenant in Captain Hays' Company, replacing Absalom McDaniel, resigned; Jacob Woolford, ensign, replacing Patterson, promoted; John Cox, ensign; Reuben Harrell, lieutenant in company commanded by Captain Samuel Draper, 1st Battalion, 35th Regiment; Samuel Sayers, ensign same company.

    11 Jun 1818Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 99.

    John Harrell appointed overseer of the road for the precinct worked by Jesse Honaker overseer, including the road leading from Calfee's Ferry to Fugate's Ford.

    11 Aug 1818Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 100.

    James McGavock presented as overseer of the road from Abraham Cooter's to Mrs. Graham's at Reed Creek by the information of William H. Fisher of Montgomery County, the stage driver, dated August 10, 1818; Zachariah Hurt from Reed Creek at Graham's to James Graham's branch now Thomas Graham's branch Reuben Harrell from Captain Fugate's cabin to Pine Run; David Florey from Fugate's waste house to the county line of Montgomery along Ingram's road.

    26 Sep 1818Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliam R.Wythe County, Virginia Marriages, 1790-1853, by Beverly Repass Hoch and Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 106.

    William R. Harrell and Susanah Florey, daughter of David Florey. Surety John Hurt; September 25, 1818, consent from David and Martha Florey for William R. Harrell to marry daughter Susanah.

    11 Nov 1818Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 104.

    Reuben Harrell took the oath as lieutenant in the 35th Regiment.

    8 Jun 1819Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 112.

    On the motion of John Fugate and for reasons appearing to the court, it is ordered that David Flora be appointed overseer of the road from Fugate's waste house to the county line of Montgomery and that Reuben Harrell be overseer from Captain Fugate's cabin to the Pine Run do proceed to open that part of the road within their respective precincts an alteration in which was established by the court at last term on application of John Fugate.

    11 Aug 1819Wythe County, VAHarrellReubinAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 115.

    Claims allowed: Reubin Harrell allowed for guarding Leonard Knipp at the Wythe County jail, for burning a barn, $0.75; Peter Stephens, constable, allowed $3.99 for summoning witnesses.

    Reuben
    1655Northampton County, VAHarraldJohnEarly Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666, published 1912 by George Cabell Greer

    Harrald, John, immigrant, arrived 1655, passage sponsored by John Jenkins, settled in Northampton County;

    Harrell
    9 May 1820Wythe County, VAHarrellReuben and JohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 121.

    The following allowed: Michael Creager, 6 days overseer of the road, $3.00; Michael Lambert, 10 days, same, $5.00; Henry Harman, 4 days, $2.00; Reuben Harrell, 16 days same, $8; John Dougherty, 12 days, $6; John Wilson, 4 days same, $2; David Flora, 7 days same, $3.50; George W. Davis, 2 days, same, $1; John Harrell 7 days, $3.50; Samuel Folks, 2 days, same, $1; John Clark, 7 days same, $3.50; Joseph Scott, 9 days, $4.50; Henry Hoffman, 3 days same, $1.50; and same for wagon and team one day, $2; Richard Walton 2 days overseer of the road, $2.50; Aquilla Davis, wagon and team and driver one day, $3.50; Michael Lambert, wagon, team and driver, one day, $2.50; Mrs. Susannah Sayers, same one day, $2.50; Michael Cassell same, $3.00; James Davis, 2 days, $6.00; John Draper, 5 days, $12.50; John Feely, 5 days, $12.50; Henry Honaker same 2 days $5.00; same tw1ce more, $5.00 each time; Isaac Lehue, 12 hours patrol, $4.50; David Graham, same, $4.50; Samuel Sayers, same, $4.so; William Crockett, 60 hours same, $3.75; Samuel Sloan, 60 hours same, $3. 75; Peter Cline, killing one old wolf, $2.50; Galbreath Hamilton, use of wagon and team, one day, $2.50; Jacob Hedrick, killing 4 old wolves, $10.00; Jacob Cline, same 8 young wolves, $10.00; Richard and John P. Mathews account for record books for clerk's office, $76.50; Granville Henderson, Commonwealth prosecutor for one year, $125.00; Sheriff, $25.00; jailer, $25.00; Jailer for wood and candles, keeping court house one year last past, $20.00; James E. Brown, rent for an office for the Superior Court of Law, $30.00; John P. Mathews, Clerk, $50.00; sum appropriated for building of a courthouse, $500.00.

    9 May 1820Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 122.

    Andrew Boyd appointed overseer of the road from Captain Fugate's old cabin to the Pine Run, replacing Reuben Harrell, resigned.

    9 May 1820Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1811-1820, Volume 2, by Mary B. Kegley, 1997, p. 123.

    The following recommended: William Davis, major, replacing Samuel Williams, resigned, 2nd Battalion, 35th Regiment; Solomon Pickle, captain, replacing William Davis, promoted; Abram Snavely, lieutenant, replacing Solomon Pickle, promoted; Joseph W. Davis, ensign; George Edwards, captain in company of artillery attached to the 35th Regiment, replacing Henry Whitman, who refused to qualify; Peter Knipp, 1st lieutenant, same, replacing James Fullen, resigned; David Harkerader, 2nd lieutenant, same company; Robert Stewart, ensign, company of riflemen, 1st Battalion in place of Samuel Sayers, who failed to qualify; Henry Wampler, ensign in company of riflemen, 2nd Battalion commanded by Captain John Miller, replacing Henry Burkhart, removed; John J., Woolford, lieutenant in company of militia commanded by Captain Stephen Haulsey attached to the 1st Battalion replacing William Patterson, Jr., resigned; John Baumgardner, ensign, same company, replacing John J. Woolford, promoted; Samuel Sayers, lieutenant in company of militia 1st Battalion, commanded by Captain Draper, replacing Reuben Harrell, resigned; Joseph Graham, ensign in company commanded by Captain Draper, 1st Battalion; Michael Robinett, captain in place of John Devor, removed, 2nd Battalion; Hyram Robinett, lieutenant in place of Michael Robinett, promoted; James Waddle, Jr., ensign in place of Hyram Robinett, promoted; Montgomery Friel, captain in place of Hugh McGavock, Jr., resigned, 1st Battalion; William Crockett, lieutenant, replacing Thomas Graham, resigned; John Carter, ensign, replacing Daniel Whiteker, who refused to qualify; John R. Nye, captain of a company of light infantry attached to the 35th Regiment; George Hoback, lieutenant, same company, and James Fullen, ensign, same company.

    13 Mar 1821Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 3.

    It is ordered that Jacob Harrell be appointed overseer of the road from Captain Fugate's cabin to the Pine Run in room of Andrew Boyd, removed.

    11 Apr 1821Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 5.

    On the application of Fugate Clark, it is ordered that William Calfee, Henry Davis, John Harrell, and Samuel Calfee, or any three, are to view the road alteration proposed by him through his own land and report.

    12 Jun 1821Wythe County, VAHarrellJacob, John, and WilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, pp. 8, 9.

    Claims allowed: George Wisman, for 2 days overseer of the road and putting up 1 index, $1.50; Palsor Johnson, 3 days services and putting up 3 indexes, $3.00; Benjamin Cox, 4 days and putting up 2 indexes, $3.00; William Henley, 2 days and putting up 1 index, $1.50; David Flora, 7 days work and 1 index, $4.25; George W. Davis, 2 days as overseer of the road, $1.00; Charles Ferrill, 15 days overseer of the road and putting up 2 indexes, $8.50; James Calfee, 2 days overseer of the road and 6 indexes, $4.00; Jacob Harrell, 5 days services as overseer of the road, $2.50; John Slimp, 2 days as overseer of the road, $1.00; John Harrell, 9 days overseer of the road, $4.50; Henry Huffman, 4 days overseer of the road and 4 indexes, $4.00; James Cowden, 5 days overseer of the road, $2.50; Larkin Johnson, 2 days overseer of the road, and 1 index, $1.50; George Simmerman, 8 days overseer of the road $4.00; Andrew Porter, 2 days overseer of the road and 2 indexes, $3.00; Henry Lambert 11 days as overseer of the road, $5.50; Thomas Huey, 8 days as overseer of the road, $4.00; Michael Cassell, 6 days as overseer of the road, $3.00 and wagon and team 2 days, $5.00; Frederick Collup, 1 day overseer of the road. $.50; Thomas Sanders, 1 day overseer of the road, $.50; John Clark, 3 days overseer of the road, $1.50; Burwell Bevell, 1 day overseer of the road, $.50; Michael Creager, Senr., 7 days overseer of the road, $3.50; Casper Yost, putting up 2 sign boards, $1.00; John Dougherty, 14 days overseer of the road, $7.00, and from the last levy, $6.00; Barnabas Messersmith, wagon and team 1 day, $2.50; Jacob Miller, same and plough and 1 horse, $3.00; Jonathan Aker, same 1 day, $3.00; Nimrod Owens, same 1 day, $2.50; John Feely, same 4 days, 2 claims, $10.00; Henry Honaker, same 7 days, 2 claims, $19.00; Christian May same 3 days, $6.00; John Kettering, same 3 days, $7.50; Thomas Sexton, same 5 days, $12.50; James Allison, same 2 days, $6.00; Michael Creager same 2 days, $3.25; William Creager, same 2 days, two claims, $3.25; John Feely, timber for the bridge, $2.00; William Harrell, timber to build bridge, $4.00; Josiah Reeder, wagon, team 3 days, $9.00 and 6 days overseer of the road and putting up index, $3.50; William Stewart, wagon and team 2 days, $5.00; Robert Davis, same 1 day, $3.00; Andrew Vaught wagon and team 2 days, $4.25; Jacob Miller, same 3 days, $7.50; Anthony Owens, same 4 1/2 days, $11.25; Peter Shoup, killing 5 young wolves, $12.50; Jacob Heddrick, killing 4 young wolves and one old one, $15.00; Abram Davis, killing one old wolf, $5.00; Robert Crockett, coroner, held an inquest on dead body, $5.00; Samuel Williams, wagon and team one day, in repairing the road $2.50; John Griffit for same one day, $2.50.

    12 Mar 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellMargaretAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 20.

    Margaret Harrell is appointed administrator of the estate of Jacob Harrell, deceased. It is ordered that William Ross, Henry Miller, Randolph Fugate and James Sayers, or any three, appraise the estate.

    11 Apr 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Wills of Wythe County, Virginia, Will Books 3 and 4, May 1822-April 30, 1837, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 2.

    Jacob Harrell, sale of personal property April 11, 1822, signed by Margaret Harrell; recorded December 10, 1822 (p. 24).

    27 Apr 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamWythe County Virginia Will Book 3, pp. 12, 13.

    William Harrell, will signed April 27, 1822, mentioned wife Martha, boys, John and Ruben Harrell, who were to inherit the property at his wife's death. They were to pay other heirs William Harrell, Elizabeth Pierce and Sarah Fultz*. Reuben to have the large family Bible; grandsons Mourow (Monroe?) and Jacob Harrell, sons of Jacob Harrell, deceased; daughters Mary Patrick, Nancy Brown and Rebeckah Axby. Sons John and Ruben to be executors; witnesses Christian May, James Rogers and James Harrell. Presented to court on August 13, 1822, and to lie for further proof; presented again on August 14, 1822, when the will was recorded. On September 10, 1822, John Harrell qualified as executor (pp. 12-13); inventory and appraisal of personal property April 12, 1822* ; recorded August 14, 1822 (p. 14).

    *"Sarah Fultz" is actually "Leah Fulks." The copy of the will at the courthouse is not the original, and her name was mistranscribed.

    *This date probably should be August 12, as the will was not yet written on April 12.

    14 May 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 24.

    Claims allowed: Susanna Sayers for use of wagon, team and driver two days for fixing the road, $5.00; Charles Hays, 15 days as overseer of the road, $7.50; John Harrell, 7 days same, $3.50;

    12 Jun 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 26.

    The precinct of Thomas Graham, overseer of the road from Fugate's cabin to Pine Run to be divided by John Draper, Jr., and William Ross and Reuben Harrell be appointed overseer of the east end of said precinct that said Draper and Ross allot and divide the work under said overseer.

    13 Aug 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 28.

    The last will and testament of William Harrell, deceased, presented, and continued for further proof.

    14 Aug 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 29.

    The will of William Harrell was fully proven by the oaths of Christian May and James Rogers and ordered to be recorded.

    15 Aug 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 29.

    Inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of Jacob Harrell, deceased, is returned.

    10 Dec 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 30.

    The account of the sales of the estate of Jacob Harrell, deceased, was returned to court.

    10 Sep 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 31.

    Probate of the will of John Christly granted John Harrell.

    10 Sep 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 31.

    John Draper, James Sayers, Peter Thrasher and Jesse Honaker, or any three, are to appraise the estate of William Harrell, deceased.

    14 Jan 1823Wythe County, VAHarrellJohn and MarthaAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 36.

    John Harrell was appointed as a committee for Martha Harrell, a lunatic.

    13 May 1823Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 39.

    Claims allowed: Michael Creager for use of his wagon and team and driver, 3 days repairing the road, $4.50; Thomas Crow, 1 day, $2.50; Nathaniel Atkins, 1 day, $2.50; John Cook, 4 days, $7.00; James Allison, 9 1/2 days, $28.50; Abraham Steffey, 1 day, $2.25; Robert Cranston, 1 day, $2.00; Abraham Steffey 1 day, $2.50; John Scott, 1 day, $2.25; Charles Hays, 1 day, $2.50; Nathaniel Atkins, 1 day, $2.50; John Snider, 1 day, $2.50; William Porter, 3 days, $6.75; Joseph Crockett, 3 days, $6.00; Henry Sprinkle, 4 days, $8.00; Thomas Copenhaver, 2 days, $5.00; Arhart Simmerman, Sr., timber to repair the road of which John Cranston is overseer, $2.50; Daniel Sponslor, same, $3.50; Daniel Wisely, Jr., 5 days service as overseer of the road and putting up 3 indexes, $4.00; Michael Creager, 7 days service and putting up 1 index, $4.00; John Cranston 7 days and putting up 2 indexes and 1 post, $5.50; Thomas Crow, 4 days, $2.00; Thomas Ramsey, 5 days, $2.50; Charles Hays, 2 days same, $1.00; John Harrell, 16 days, $8.00; George M. Wilson account for repairs to the jail, $9.37 1/2; Joseph Stailey for use of wagon and team and driver 1 day repairing the road, $2.50; George W. Davis 3 days service as overseer of the road and for 1 sledge hammer for repairing same, $4.50; Abraham Steffey 2 days services, $1.00.

    10 Jun 1823Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 40.

    John Hurst, 5 days service as overseer, $2.50; John Graham, 5 days, same, $2.50; George Kegley, 5 days, same, $2.50; George Rosenbaum, 3 days same, $1.50; Richard Lockett, 3 days same and powder and tools, $9.68 3/4; James Calfee, 6 days, same, $3.00; Samuel Folks, 4 days same and putting up post and index, $ 3.00; John Cassell, 5 days same, $2.50; Thomas Graham, 11 days, same, $5.50; Palser Johnston, 4 days same, $ 2.00; Reuben Harrell, 6 days same, $3.00;

    10 Jun 1823Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 41.

    Reuben Harrell, timber furnished to repair the road, $2.00;

    27 Oct 1823Wythe County, VAHarrelWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 47.

    Call Court to examine William Harrel who is charged with forgery of an order which was purportedly drawn by Henry Clark on said Harrell for 2 1/2 gal of whiskey to be sent him by Joseph Fugate. To be tried November 10.

    Harrell
    10 Nov 1823Wythe County, VAHarrellWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 47.

    Call Court to examine William Harrell charged with forgery. "Because there is a variance between the order now produced and the writing set out in the proceeding, Harrell is dismissed from further prosecution."

    8 Jun 1824Wythe County, VAHarrellReubin and JohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 55.

    Claims allowed: Reubin Harrell, 7 days surveyor of the public road, $3.50; John Cassell, 2 days as surveyor of the public road, $1.00; John Harrell 9 days $4.50;

    Reuben
    12 Oct 1824Wythe County, VAHarrellReuben and JohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 61.

    Robert Sayers, Jr., Samuel Shepherd, and John Draper were appointed to allot the hands under John Cook, Reuben Harrell, Thomas Graham, and John Harrell overseers of the road.

    14 Dec 1824Wythe County, VAHarrellElijahAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 64.

    Christian May resigned as constable and Elijah S. Harrell was appointed in 1st Battalion, 35th Regiment to replace him.

    10 May 1825Wythe County, VAHarellElijahAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 69.

    Recommendations for the 35th Regiment: John Sutton, captain in room of Samuel Sayers, resigned, 1st Battalion; Samuel Pearman, captain in room of Alexander Pierce, who refused to qualify; Michael Jackson, lieutenant in room of Samuel Pearman, promoted; Christopher Walton, ensign in the same company; Adam Cassell, captain in room of John Baumgardner, resigned; Jacob Davis, lieutenant in room of Adam Cassell, promoted; David Graham, lieutenant in room of William D. Crockett, resigned; Randolph McGavock, Jr., ensign in room of John Carter, resigned; Joseph W. Davis, lieutenant in room of Abram Snavely, resigned, 2nd Battalion; John Staley, Jr., ensign in room of Joseph W. Davis, promoted; Charles Vaught, captain in room of Henry Horn, removed; John Vaught, lieutenant in room of James Scott, who refused to qualify; Abraham Copenhaver, ensign in room of John Vaught, promoted in a company of riflemen commanded by Captain Sayers; Elijah Harell, ensign in room of John Allison, who refused to qualify.

    Harrell
    14 Jun 1825Wythe County, VAHarrellElijahAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 71.

    The following are appointed constables: Isaac Lehew, John Allison, Elijah S. Harrell, James Davis, John Umbarger, Theodore P. Johnston, Stephen Kettering and John Brawley all in the fist battalion of the 35th Regiment.

    14 Jun 1825Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 71.

    Claims allowed: Michael Moyers for whitewashing the jail, $16.87 1/2; John Sutton 4 days as overseer of the road and 2 indexes, $3.00; John Earhart, 3 days as overseer of the road, $1.50; William Porter 1 day as overseer of the road $.50; Daniel Waddle, 3 days as overseer of the road $1.50; Casper Yost, 3 days as overseer of the road and 1 index, $2.00; Adam Kettering, 5 days and 2 indexes, $3.50; Michael Creager, 9 days $4.50; John Doak, 4 days, $2.00; John Crockett, 6 days, $3.00; George Wisman, 3 days 1 index, $2.00; Ransom Tilson, 2 days, $1.00; Jacob Cline, 2 days, $1.00; John Baumgardner, 2 days and wagon and team and powder, $2.25; Alexander Young, 4 days, $2.00; Joseph Corvin, 6 days and 2 indexes, $4.00; Charles Hays, 3 days, $1.50; David Miller, 4 days, $2.00; George W. Nye, 5 days, $2.50; Thomas Graham, 8 days, $4.00; Spencer Breeding, 3 days, $1.50; Adam Cassell, 3 days, $1.50; Tunis Muncy 2 days, $1.00; George Kegley, 4 days, $1.00; Andrew Thompson, 4 days, $2.00; Daniel Brown, 4 days, $2.00; James Calfee, 4 days and 4 indexes, $4.00; David Graham, 5 days, $2.50; John Harrell, 5 days and 2 indexes, $3.50; Leonard Umbarger, 10 days, plough and team, and powder and 1 index, $6.75; Henry Umbarger, 3 days $1.50; Jacob Wampler, 2 days, $1.00; Michael Wisely, 4 days and 2 indexes, $3.00; Joseph Wanhop, 3 days, $1 .50; George Neff, 1 day and wagon and team 1 day; $3.00; John Ward, 4 days, $2.00; George W. Davis, 3 days, $1.50; Daniel Wisely, wagon and team 1 day $2.50; Susanna Sayers, same, 2 days, $5.00; same, 3 days, $7.50; John Draper, same 2 days, $5.00; James T. Gleaves same 2 days, and 2 horses 1 day (3 claims), $6.25; John Earhart, wagon and team 1 day, $2.50; Henry Miller, same 6 days and 1 sledge, $15.00; Jacob King, wagon and team 1 day, $3.00; John Leedy, 1 day, $.75; Arhart Simmerman, same 1/2 day, $1.25; Henry Steffey, 1 1/2 days, $3.00; John Feely, 5 days, $12.50; Wilham Sloan, 3 days, $4.50; Samuel give to John Nuckolls, one of the heirs who has arrived at age 21 at which age according to the will, he was to receive the same.

    14 Jun 1825Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 72.

    Reuben Harrell, overseer of the road and tools, $14.37 ½;

    13 Sep 1825Wythe County, VAHarrelWilliamThe Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia 1790-1878, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices From County Records, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 1995, p. 131.

    It was certified to the court that George Flora, John Flora, Betsy Flora (who married ___ Jones), and Adam Flora are the only children of John Flora by his wife Elizabeth Bridinger, and Caty Flora who married Peter Thrasher, George Flora, Adam Flora, John Flora, Polly Flora who married David Seachrist, Betsy Flora who married Henry Lemmon, Susan Flora who married William Harrel, Joseph Flora, and David Flora are the only children of David Flora by is wife Eva Bridinger.

    Harrell
    13 Dec 1825Wythe County, VAHarrellMargaretAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 78.

    James Stephens granted administration of the estate of Margaret Harrell, deceased.

    3 Jan 1826Wythe County, VAHarrellMargaretAbstracts of Wills of Wythe County, Virginia, Will Books 3 and 4, May 1822-April 30, 1837, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 17.

    Margaret Harrell, inventory and appraisal January 3, 1826, recorded March 13, 1827 (pp. 260-261); sale January 3, 1826; recorded March 13, 1827 (p. 261).

    10 Jan 1826Wythe County, VAHarrellJacob Jr. and Jacob Sr.Abstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 79.

    The court appointed James Stephens guardian of Jacob Harrell, [Jr.], orphan of Jacob Harrell, [Sr.], deceased.

    16 Mar 1826Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 82.

    It is ordered that the precincts of the road from Pine Run to Fugate's cabin be divided and James Crockett continued as overseer from Pine Run to the house of John Feely; that Reuben Harrell be appointed overseer of the road from the house of Feely to Fugate's cabin and that John Allison and Joseph Graham be appointed to allot the hands under them.

    9 May 1826Wythe County, VAHarrellElijahAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 84.

    Charles May was appointed constable in the 1st battalion, 35th Regiment, in room of Elijah Harrell, removed.

    13 Jun 1826Wythe County, VAHarrellJamesAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 88.

    James Harrell was appointed overseer of the road from Calfee's Ferry to Fugate's Ford. Claims allowed: John Grayson, 2 days as overseer $1.00; John Harrell, 7 days, $3.50;

    14 Jun 1826Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 90.

    Claims allowed: Joseph Corvin three days overseer of the road, $1.50; Charles Allison, 7 days, $3.50; Samuel Calfee, timber to repair the road, $1.00; John Dickard, constable, account, $7.37; Reuben Harrell, 3 days overseer of the road and furnishing powder, $2.94 ¼; Henry Miller, use of wagon and team, $2.00.

    13 Mar 1827Wythe County, VAHarrellMargaretAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 100.

    The inventory and appraisement of the estate of Margaret Harrell, returned.

    12 Jun 1827Wythe County, VAHarrellJohn, James, and ReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 105.

    John Harrell sled and horses 2 days, $2.00; same for wagon and team 3 days, $4.50; James Harrell, 9 days overseer, $4.50; Reuben Harrell 6 days as overseer and 1 lb. powder $3.50.

    10 Jul 1827Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 107.

    Samuel Sloan was appointed overseer of the road from the house of John Feely to Fugate's cabin in room of Reuben Harrell, resigned.

    15 Aug 1827Wythe County, VAHarrellJohn Jr. and John Sr.Wythe County, Virginia Marriages, 1790-1853, by Beverly Repass Hoch and Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 111.

    John Harrell, Jr., and Hester Galbreath, daughter of Thomas Galbreath. Surety Christian May who stated he had known Hester from her infancy and believed that in the year 1805 she was then a child running about and also stated he had heard John Harrell Sr. say that his son John Harrell was upwards of 21 years old. Andrew W. Longacre stated he heard the mother of Hester say that her son William was upwards of 21 years old and that her daughter Hester was older than her son William.

    15 Aug 1827Wythe County, VAHarrellMary and JohnWythe County, Virginia Marriages, 1790-1853, by Beverly Repass Hoch and Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 111.

    Andrew W. Longacre and Mary Harrell, daughter of John Harrell. Surety Christian May who stated he had known Mary Harrell since infancy and believed her to be upwards of age 21 and also knew Andrew Longacre a number of years, perhaps 20 and believed him to be more than 21.

    10 Jun 1828Wythe County, VAHarrellJamesAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 122.

    Claims allowed: James Harrell, overseer of the road 5 days and 3 indexes, $4.00;

    11 Aug 1828Wythe County, VAHarrellMargaretAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 124.

    It was ordered that William Crawford, James Calfee and John Calfee, Senr., be appointed to settle with James Stephens, administrator of the estate of Margaret Harrell, deceased.

    10 Nov 1828Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 130.

    John Draper, James Crockett and James Sayers viewed Randolph Fugate's new road proposal and it was to be opened after hearing any objection of landowner Reuben Harrell.

    9 Feb 1829Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 133.

    The road applied for by Randolph Fugate and others through the land of Reuben Harrell and others to be opened.

    9 Feb 1829Wythe County, VAHarrellAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 133.

    Thomas Hurst was appointed overseer of the road from the wagon road on the lands of John Carnahan to the New River at Boyd's Ford and Andrew Boyd is appointed overseer of the road from the ford to the road at the mouth of Harrells Branch and John Carnahan to allot the hands.

    9 Mar 1829Wythe County, VAHarroldWilliamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 133.

    On the application of Evan Davis it was ordered that John Cox, James Cox, Jazreal Harmon and William Harrold, or any three, were to view the way he proposes.

    Harrell
    9 Jun 1829Wythe County, VAHarrellJamesAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 139.

    Claims allowed: John Draper for use of wagon and team 1 day, $2.50; Henry Ketner overseer of the road 3 days and 1 index, $2.00; James Harrell overseer of the road 4 days, $2.00.

    14 Dec 1829Wythe County, VAHarrellMargaretAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 145.

    Settlement of the estate of Margaret Harrell, deceased, was recorded.

    8 Feb 1830Wythe County, VAHarrellAbrahamAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 146.

    It was ordered that John P. Mathews, John Foster, Harold Smith and Joseph Draper, or any three, be appointed commissioners to divide the land allotted to Mary Davis in the estate of John Davis, deceased, between James E. Brown, Larkin Johnston, Abraham Davis and Abraham Harrell regarding their respective interests. Jacob Haller and Abraham Harrell Sr., were to serve as guardians ad litem for Abraham Harrell, who is an infant under 21 years of age.

    13 Apr 1830Wythe County, VAHarrelJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 150.

    A writ of ad quod damnum was issued to Jacob Harrel in connection with a new road proposed by Henry Hufford.

    Harrell
    14 Jun 1830Wythe County, VAHarrelJamesAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 153.

    James Black was appointed overseer of the road from Calfee's Ford to Fugate's Ford in room of James Harrel, resigned.

    Harrell
    14 Jun 1830Wythe County, VAHarrellJamesAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 154.

    Claims allowed overseers of the road: John Grayson, 2 days, $1.00; John Wyrick, 6 days, $3.00; James Sayers, 4 days, $2.00; Thomas Sayers, 8 days, $4.00; James Harrell, 9 days $4.50; Jacob Horn, 6 days, $3.00; John Nelson, 6 days, $ 3.00; Andrew Lassley, 6 days, $3.00; George W. Davis, 4 days, $2.00; Thomas Huey, 3 days, $1.50; Henry Snavely, 2 days, $1.00; Andrew Porter 3 days, $1.50; Anderson Howard 5 days, $2.50; Joshua Hammons, 3 days, $ 1.50; Leonard Litts, 1 day, $0.50; Jacob W. Fox, 2 days, $1.00; Daniel Sharretts [Sharitz], 4 days, $2.00; Hiram Roberts 1 day, $ .50; Daniel Waddle, 3 days, $1.50; David G. Shepherd, 3 days, $1.50; Abraham Snavely, 3 days, $1.50; Valentine Fry, 4 days, $2.00; Tunis Muncy, 2 days, $ 1.00; Thomas Dunn, 2 days, $1.00.

    17 Jun 1830Wythe County, VAHarrelJamesAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 3, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 156.

    John T. Sayers, Jacob W. Fox and Joseph Graham were to a lot of the hands between William Breeding, Jacob Miller, James Harrel and Elijah Farmer, overseers of the road.

    Harrell
    14 Feb 1831Wythe County, VAHarrelJacob, Reuben, William, John, Nathaniel, Enoch, Robert, Hannah, Rebecca, James, Bayless, and HenryAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 2.

    On the motion of Jacob Harrel who on behalf of the heirs of Reuben Harrel, deceased, wished to obtain a military land for services in the Revolutionary War by Reuben, his father, and it appeared to the court by the evidence of David Sayers and Isaac Lehew that the following were children of Reuben Harrell: Jacob, William, John, Nathaniel, Enoch, Robert, Hannah, Rebecca, James, Bayless and Henry, the last three died in infancy.

    Harrell
    14 Mar 1831Wythe County, VAHarrelJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 3.

    It is ordered that George Simmerman, Henry Simmerman, John Simmerman, John Williams, John Johnston, James Johnston, Joseph Armbrister, Abraham Davis, John D. Fields, Jacob Harrel, Elijah McMullen, Jacob Davis, William Warden, William Wilkinson, Francis A. Crockett's two hands, William Camp, Camp Thomas, John Thomas, Anderson Moore, Enoch Moore, George Archer, William Archer were allotted to assist in opening a new road commencing at the main road near David Collins' and from thence to Wythe Court House. Henry Huffard who proposed the road was to be the overseer.

    Harrell
    14 May 1832Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 23.

    May 14, 1832; The call court to examine Brooks Brizendine who is charged with passing a counterfeit note dated August 4, 1830 to Reuben Harrell with intent to defraud. Sent to jail; not bailable.

    15 May 1832Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 23.

    May 15, 1832; Claims allowed: Reuben Harrell account, $18.24; Jefferson R. Fugate account $4.88; Acles Fannon, Jr., 1 old red fox, $1.00.

    11 Jun 1832Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 24.

    It is ordered that the hands from Harrells' spring branch down Lick Mountain to Sprinkle's lime kiln residing south of Reed Creek and north of the top of Lick Mountain including Jacob Harrell and Elijah McMilan were to work on the main road from the ford of Reed Creek at Joseph Crockett's to Sprinkle's lime kiln.

    8 Mar 1833Wythe County, VAHarrelSusannah, Matilda, Mitchel, and RhodaThe Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia 1790-1878, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices From County Records, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 1995, p. 9.

    Anderson Howard, Commissioner; William H. Greene, teacher; Jas. 12, Robt., 10, children of Robt. Black; Matilda 13, Mitchel, 10, Rhoda, 9, children of Susannah Harrel.

    Susan, Susanna, Harrell
    9 Sep 1833Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 46.

    Reuben Harrell was appointed overseer of the road from Calfee’s Ferry to the main road at Thomas Galbreath’s in room of Samuel Black, removed.

    7 Mar 1834Wythe County, VAHarrelSusannah and MitchelThe Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia 1790-1878, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices From County Records, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 1995, p. 13.

    Anderson Howard, Commissioner; William H. Green, teacher; James, 13, Robert 12, children of Robert Black; Mitchel, 10, child of Susannah Harrel.

    Susan, Susanna, Harrell
    9 Jun 1834Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 55.

    John Harrell was appointed overseer of the road from Fugate's cabin to the bridge on Peak Creek and up the said creek to the county line of Montgomery in room of John Whittaker, resigned.

    9 Jun 1834Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 57.

    Claims allowed for overseers of the road: Reuben Harrell, 4 days and 1 index, $2.50;

    13 Oct 1834Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 63.

    Jefferson R. Fugate was appointed overseer of the road from Calfee's Ferry to the main road at Thomas Galbreath's in room of Reuben Harrell, resigned.

    9 Mar 1835Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 68.

    The precinct of the road from Galbreath's to Calfee's Ferry to be divided. Jefferson R. Fugate to be continued as overseer from Galbreath's to Nathaniel Whitteker's and Joseph Clark was appointed overseer to Calfee's Ferry and hands to be allotted by William Sloan, Reuben Harrell and Joseph Graham, or any two.

    8 Jun 1835Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 71.

    Account of Andrew Porter, constable, allowed, $7.19; Robert Sanders, $3.12; Michael Jackson, $3.12 and Reuben Harrell $11.04.

    8 Jun 1835Wythe County, VAHarrellReuben and JohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 73.

    Claims allowed: Reuben Harrell, 1 day, $0.50; John Harrell, 3 days, $ 1.50;

    12 Jun 1837Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 109.

    John Harrell was appointed overseer of the road from the house of John Feely to Fugate's cabbin in room of Thomas Galbreath, resigned.

    13 Jun 1837Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 113.

    For reasons appearing to the court it is ordered that Joseph H. Howe, William Breeding and Randolph Fugate, or any two, to a lot the hands to work under Simeon Bryson, William Stone, John Harrell, Jefferson R. Fugate, Randolph Clark, Randolph Fugate, Jr., John Nunn and William Nunn, overseers of the road.

    9 Apr 1838Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 126.

    Ordered that William Sloan be appointed overseer of the road from the house of John Feely to Fugate's cabin in room of John Harrell, removed.

    11 Jun 1838Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 130.

    Claims for the overseer of the road: William Wilson, 10 days, $5.00; John Harrell, 4 days, $2.00;

    13 Mar 1839Wythe County, VAHarrellSusan and MitchellThe Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia 1790-1878, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices From County Records, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 1995, p. 35.

    Anderson Howard, Esqr., Commissioner; John Calfee, teacher; Charles, 14, Elizabeth, 12, children of George Hollandsworth; Mitchell, 14, child of Susan Harrell.

    Susanna, Susannah
    8 Jul 1839Wythe County, VAHarrellPerryAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1821-1830, Volume 4, by Mary B. Kegley, 1999, p. 154.

    Ordered that Earhart Simmerman, Jr., Perry Harrell, John Williams, George Archer, Abram Davis, Larkin Johnston and hands and Allen J. Bennett, John Simmerman, Jr., and Washington Simmerman were to be exempt…

    14 Feb 1842Wythe County, VAHarrellJacob and JamesAbstracts of Wills of Wythe County, Virginia, Will Books 5 and 6, October 9 1837-September 11, 1848, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 2006, p. 38.

    ISABELLA FEELY, will signed February 14, 1842, mentioned Negro woman Harriet who was to go to niece Rachel B. Longacre, and Negro child Milly to go to niece Isabella E. Stephens, relict of Joseph Stephens, deceased; mentioned American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions who were to have principal and interest on a bond due from Joseph H. Howe, in the amount of $120, "to promote holiness among heathen nations." Friends James Stephens and George Painter to act as executors; witnesses William Sayers and Jacob M. Harrell; codicil January 24, 1845, mentioned Harriet was to go to Isabella E. Stephens and to Isabelle E. Stephens and her youngest daughter, Sarah J. J. A. Stephens, jointly and equally, all right, title and interest in land, as a result of a claim said to be arising to legal heirs of Timothy Feely, who acted as a soldier and officer in the Revolutionary War; witnesses James Stephens and William Sayers; presented to court September 14, 1846, and proved by William Sayers, but continued for further proof; On January 11, 1847, it appeared that James M. Harrell had departed this life and his handwriting was proved and the will recorded; executors were not mentioned (pp. 458-459).

    8 Aug 1842Wythe County, VAHarrelJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1841-1850, Volume 5, by Mary B. Kegley, 2000, p. 26.

    The examination of W. S. Ireland who was charged with feloniously offering to pass a forged and counterfeit note to Jacob Harrel, was continued.

    Harrell
    9 Apr 1844Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobThe Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia 1790-1878, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices From County Records, compiled by Mary B. Kegley, 1995, p. 66.

    John P. Mathas [Mathews], Esq., Commissioner; John D. Simmerman, teacher; Martha J., 13, Maryan, 9, children of James G. Akin; William, 11, child of George Archa; James, 13, child of Jacob Harrell.

    9 Dec 1844Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1841-1850, Volume 5, by Mary B. Kegley, 2000, p. 54.

    Jacob M. Harrell and Abner Thompson were declared candidates for constable of the 1st District. Harrell was elected and he entered into bond.

    9 Jun 1845Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1841-1850, Volume 5, by Mary B. Kegley, 2000, p. 59.

    Leonard Phelps, Stephen S. Crockett, Jacob M. Harrell, Charles A. Bowyer, Montgomery Baker and Robert A. Calfee were elected constables for the first district. John Doherty, John Henderson, Eli Davis, Abram Kegley, Henry Hoppess, Francis E. Kincannon, George Robinett, James R. Cregger, Michael Cline, Hiram T. Wallis, James w. Ward, Eli Kegley and Abram Vaught were the candidates for constable in the second district. The tally on pages 292-293 show that Davis, Kegley, Hoppess, Kincannon, Robinett, Cline, Wallis, and Ward were elected.

    11 Nov 1845Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1841-1850, Volume 5, by Mary B. Kegley, 2000, p. 66.

    The sheriff’s account of $17.85 was allowed and certified to the auditor of public accounts. Clerk's account for $1400 same; Jacob M. Harrell, Constable, account of $1.26 the same.

    12 Oct 1846Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1841-1850, Volume 5, by Mary B. Kegley, 2000, p. 79.

    The court proceeded to elect a constable in room of Jacob M. Harrell, deceased, when William T. Bell was declared to be a candidate. He received the majority of the votes and was duly elected constable for the 1st District. He gave bond.

    13 Oct 1846Wythe County, VAHarrellMartha and JacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1841-1850, Volume 5, by Mary B. Kegley, 2000, p. 80.

    Martha Harrell, widow of Jacob Harrell, deceased, declined to administer the estate in favor of Robert Jackson. Ordered that Abraham Painter, Robert Porter, Lee Nuckolls, George Kincannon and William M. Chatwell, or any three, appraise the estate.

    11 Jan 1847Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Court Orders of Wythe County, Virginia, 1841-1850, Volume 5, by Mary B. Kegley, 2000, p. 83.

    The will of Isabella Feely was again presented and being partially proved it was noted that the other witness to the will, Jacob M. Harrell, had departed this life, but his handwriting was proved by William M. Chatwell, Esquire, and the will was ordered to be recorded.

    11 Apr 1853Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Wills of Wythe County, Virginia, Will Books 7 and 8, 1848-1855, compiled by Janie Dillon and Mary B. Kegley, 2013, p. 37.

    April 11, 1853; Will Book 8, pp. 59, 60; inventory and appraisal of the property of Jacob M. Harrell, deceased, on 7 Nov 1846 by Geo. Kincanon, Lee Nuckolls, Wm. Chatwell, and A. Painter; recorded 11 Apr 1853; original inventory and appraisal found at Courthouse.

    11 Apr 1853Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobAbstracts of Wills of Wythe County, Virginia, Will Books 7 and 8, 1848-1855, compiled by Janie Dillon and Mary B. Kegley, 2013, p. 37.

    April 11, 1853; Will Book 8, pp. 61, 62; sale of the personal property of Jacob Harrell, deceased, on 7 Nov 1846; recorded 11 Apr 1853; original sale found at Courthouse.

    11 Oct 1796Wythe County, VAHarrellDavidEarly Adventurers of the Western Waters, Vol. III Part 1, pg. 128 by Mary KEGLEY (from Survey Book 1, Wythe County 1791-1800 pg. 292)

    Richard ELLIS, 160 acres, not dated, on part of a treasurey warrant, 1782, assigned by David HARRELL, heir of John HARRELL, on east side of New River.

    1819Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 7, p. 280

    Deed, recorded in January 1819, from the trustees of the town of Evansham (now Wytheville) to Jacob Harrell for one lot containing one half acre and designated number ninety-two.

    1775Dunmore County, VAHarrellJohn, Jacob, Moses, RubinCensus Of Dunmore County, Virginia, 1775, “A List of the Persons In Dunmore County, Distinguishing Whether They Be Male Or Female, White Or Black, And Of The Males, Whether They Be Over Or Under Sixteen Years Of Age. Taken By Thomas Allen, 1775,” Revolutionary War Records, by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh.

    John Harrell: 4 white males 16 years or older; 1 black male under 16 years; 6 white females; 1 black female;
    Jacob Harrell: 1 white male 16 years or older; 1 white male under 16 years; 3 white females;
    Moses Harrell: 5 white males 16 years or older; 3 white males under 16 years; 4 white females; 3 black females;
    Rubin Harrel: 1 white male 16 years or older; 2 white males under 16 years; 1 white female;

    Harrel, Reuben
    1775Dunmore County, VAHarrellRichard and AaronCensus Of Dunmore County, Virginia, 1775, “A List of the Persons In Dunmore County, Distinguishing Whether They Be Male Or Female, White Or Black, And Of The Males, Whether They Be Over Or Under Sixteen Years Of Age. Taken By John Netherton, 1775,” Revolutionary War Records, by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh.

    Richard Harrell: 1 white male 16 years or older; 1 white female;
    Aaron Harrell: 1 white male 16 years or older; 3 white males under 16 years; 1 white female;

    15 Feb 1858Caldwell County, KYHarraldWinnafredCaldwell County Kentucky, Court Order Book H, p. 569.

    Monday, February 15th 1858–This day Jesse Stevens Jr., Zadok Stevens and Reuben G. McCaslin came into court and made oath that Winnafred Harrald (widow of William Harrald) who was a pensioner of the United States, died at her residence in this county on the 17th day of December 1856 leaving as her legal heirs and representatives John Harrald, William Harrald, Reuben Harrald, Polly McCaslin, Rebecca Williams and Polly Ann Stevens, her grand-daughter child of Harriet Stevens. And James C. (?) Weller being sworn at the same time stated that Mrs. Winnafred Harrald was a pensioner of the United States at the time of her death, as he did her business up to the time of her death, as proven above, all of which is ordered to be copied and certified to the proper department.

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin
    8 Mar 1821Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenWythe County Deed Book 8, pp. 238-239.

    This indenture made this 8th day of March 1821 between Reuben Harrell of the County of Wythe and state of Virginia of the first part and John Feely of the same county and state of the other part whereas the said Reuben Harrell is justly indebted to David & Robert Miller in the sum of two hundred and sixty two dollars to be paid on the 9th day of October next for the balance of a negro woman purchased at the sale of John Miller dec’d which debt the said Reuben Harrell is willing and desirous to secure, now this indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of one dollar to the said Reuben Harrell in hand paid by the said John Feely at and before the sealing and delivering of__ presents the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged he the said Reuben Harrell hath given granted bargained sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain & sell unto the said John Feely his heirs and assigns forever the following slaves Viz one negro woman named Lucy and two of her children a girl named Harriet and a boy named Burrell to have and to hold the said slaves and the future increase of the females thereof to the said John Feely his heirs executors administrators or assigns forever in manner and form following Viz that the said Reuben Harrell his executors administrators the aforesaid slaves and the future increase of the females thereof hereby conveyed unto the s’d John Feely, his executors administrators or assigns against the claims of all person whatever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents upon trust nevertheless the said John Feely his heirs executors and administrators shall permit the said Reuben Harrell to remain in quiet and peaceable possession of the aforesaid slaves and take the profits thereof unto his own use until default be made in the payment of the said sum of two hundred and sixty two dollars in the whole or in part and then upon the further trust that the said John Feely’s executors administrators or assigns shall and will do soon after the happening of such default of payment as his executor administrator or assigns may think proper or the said David & Robert Miller their executors administrators or assigns may request shall sell the said slaves and the future increase of the females thereof or such part as the said trustee or his representatives hereby authorized to act may think sufficient for the purpose and shall think proper to sell to the highest better for ready money at public auction after having fixed the time and place of the sale at his or her representatives own discretion and given thirty days notice thereof by advertisement to be set up at the door of the courthouse in and Wythe County and some other publick place in the county and out of the money arising from such sale shall after satisfying the charge thereof and all other expenses attending the premises hey to the son David and Robert Miller their executors administrators or assigns the sum of two hundred and sixty two dollars with the legal interest which may thereon have lawfully accrued and the balance if any shall pay to the said Reuben Harrell his heirs executors administrators or assigns. But if the whole of the s’d debt of two hundred and sixty two dollars be made then this indenture to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue and witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written.

    Sealed & delivered in presence of
    Reuben Harrell {Seal}
    John Feely {Seal}

    A. Pickett
    David Florey
    James R. Feely

    Virginia, At a court held for Wythe County, the 13th day of March 1821.
    This Deed in Trust from Reuben Harrell to John Feely was acknowledged by the said Reuben Harrell and John Feely as their act & deed & the same is ordered to be recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews Cl

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin, Feeley
    16 Feb 1821Wythe County, VAHarrellLandyWythe County Deed Book 8, pp. 236-237.

    16 February 1821; This indenture made this 16th day of February 1821 between Landy Harrell of the one part and Reuben Harrell both of the County of Wythe and state of Virginia whereas the said Landy Harrell is justly indebted to Henry Honaker Jr and the just some of thirty eight dollars to be paid on or before the first day of December next for paying an execution to James Ward of thirty three dollars and paying Peter Stephens five dollars which debts the said Landy Harrell is willing and anxious to secure. Now this indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the premises and also for the further consideration of one dollar to the said Landy Harrell in hand paid by the said Reuben Harrell at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged he the said Landy Harrell hath given granted bargained sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell unto the said Reuben Harrell his heirs and assigns forever the following property Viz two feather beds and furniture two pots one oven one fish pan when one chest one table two spinning wheels one leythe and a blade two axes & one mattock unto the said Reuben Harrell and his heirs executors administrators and assigns forever in manner and form following that is to say that the said Landy Harrell his heirs executors & the aforesaid property unto the said Reuben Harrell his heirs executors administrators & assigns against the claims of all persons whatever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents upon trust nevertheless that the said Reuben Harrell his heirs executors and administrators shall permit the said Landy Harrell to remain in quiet and peaceable possession of the aforesaid property to his own use untill default be made in the payment of the said sum of thirty eight dollars in the whole or in part and then upon this further trust that he the said Reuben Harrell his executors administrators or assigns shall and will so soon after the happening of such default of payment as he his executors administrators or assigns may think proper or the said Henry Honacker Jr his executors administrators or assigns shall requests sell the said property or as much of the said property as will raise the aforesaid sum of thirty eight dollars and costs first given due notice and then shall sell to the highest bider for redy money at a publick auction after having fixed the time and place of sale at his or his representatives own discretion and given thirty day notise thereof by advertisement to be set up at Wythe Courthouse and some other publick place in said County and out of the moneys arising from such sale shall after satisfying the charge thereof, and all other expenses attending the premises pay to the said Henry Honacker Jr is a executors or assigns the sum of thirty eight dollars with the legal interest which may thereon be due and the balance if any shall pay to the said Landy Harrell his heirs or assigns but of the whole sum of thirty eight dollars shall be fully paid and due charges to the said Henry Honacker Jr his heirs etc. on or before the first day of December next when the same is payable so that no default of payment of thirty eight dollars be made then this indenture to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue in witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and affixed to their seals the day and year above written.

    Sealed & delivered in presents of

    Landy Harrell {Seal}
    Reuben Harrell {Seal}
    John Feely
    Jas. R. Feely

    Virginia, At a court held for Wythe County, the 13th day of March 1821.
    This Deed in Trust from Landy Harrell to Reuben Harrell was acknowledged in Court by the said Landy Harrell & Reuben Harrell as their act & deed & the same is ordered to be recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews Cl

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin, Feeley, Jason, Honeaker, Honaker
    18 Nov 1815Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 7, pp. 57-58

    November 18th, 1815; This Indenture made this Eighteenth day of November in the year of Christ, One thousand eight hundred and fifteen Between Joseph Fugate of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia of the one part and Jacob Harrell of the County & State aforesaid of the other part, whereas the said Joseph Fugate is Indebted to Fugate Clark of the County and State aforesaid the just sum of Five hundred and twenty seven Dollars by notes bearing intrest from the April and May 1814 the payment of which the said Joseph Fugate being willing & desirious effectually to assure and secure to the said Fugate Clark this Indenture therefore Witnesseth that the said Joseph Fugate as will in consideration of the premises aforesaid as of one Dollar to him in hand paid by the said Jacob Harrell the receipt whereof the said Joseph Fugate doth hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained sold by these presents doth grant Bargain & sale Joseph Fugate undivided moiety of the real estate of Randolph Fugate deceased lying and being in the County of Wythe on the waters of New River to have & to hold he said undivided moiety of the sail Estate unto him the said Jacob Harrell and his Heirs and assigns and to their proper use and behoof forever __ In Trust nevertheless that if the said Joseph Fugate his heirs executors or administrators or ither of them shall on or before the first day of January 1818 well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Fugate Clark the said sum of Two hundred and twenty Eight Dollars with legal Intrust from the April and May 1814 as stipulated in the said notes together with all cost for executing & Recording this Trust then this Indenture and every thing herein contained is to become void __ but if the said sum of Two hundred and Twenty Eight Dollars and Intrust is not paid on or before the s’d first day of January 1818 together with all costs of recording & executing this or any part theirof shall remain unpaid then the said Jacob Harrell his heirs or assigns shall and may sell and dispose of the said undivided Moiety of real Estate afore for the best price that can be had for the same in ready money at Public sale in the Town of Evansham in the County of Wythe previous notice of sutch sale haveing given in writing to the said Clark or advertised in some pubic newspaper for three Months, advertisement to be set on the Court house door for the spase of one Month of said County to such sale and the proceeds of such sale after paying there out all costs attending the same, to be applied towards the discharge and payment of the said Joseph Fugate his heirs and the said Jacob Harrell do covenant that he will faithfully execute the trust here reposed in him __ In witness where of we have here at set our hands and seals the date before written.

    Signed & acknowledged in presense of }

    Thomas Jones
    William Harrell
    Reubin Harrell
    Joseph Fugate {Seal}
    Jacob Harrell {Seal}

    At a Court of Quarterly Session held for the County of Wythe at the Court house on Tuesday the 10th day of June 1817.

    This Indenture of Bargain & Sale in Trust from Joseph Fugate to Jacob Harrell acknowledged by the said Jacob Harrell, & proved as to Joseph Fugate by Thomas Jones & William Harrell two of the witnesses thereto & continued for further proof.

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin
    10 Aug 1819Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 7, pp. 342-343

    10 August 1819; This Indenture made the 10th day of August in the year of Our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and nineteen Between Henry Hufford and Peggy his wife of the one part and Jacob Harrell of the other part all of the County of Wythe, and State of Virginia, Witnesseth: that the said Henry Hufford & Peggy his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred and Twenty Dollars, to them in hand paid by the said Jacob Harrell, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the said Henry Hufford & Peggy his wife have given, granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do give, grant, bargain and sell unto the said Jacob Harrell and his heirs forever, a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Wythe on a South Branch of Reed Creek at the foot of the north side of the Lick mountain, containing twenty six acres and thirteen poles, and being part of a tract of Sixty acres conveyed to the said Henry Hufford by Joseph Davis by Deed dated the 2nd day of June 1819 and of Record in the Clerks Office of the County Court of Wythe and bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at a large black oak and two white oaks in a draft, and with a line of division North 1 ½° West, 80 poles to a black oak and white oak on a ridge N 8° W 70 poles to a black oak in a draft, near a corner of said Huffords land, and on his line South 70° West 30 poles to three white oaks on a ridge, South 4° West 90 poles to three white oaks in a draft North 59° East 72 poles to the Beginning, with its appurtenances to have and to hold to the said Jacob Harrell and his heirs forever, to the sole use and behoof of the said Jacob Harrell and his heirs forever and the said Henry Hufford & Peggy his wife to covenant with the said Jacob Harrell, that they will warrant and defend the right and Title of the tract or parcel of land as herein described, to the said Jacob Harrell and his heirs forever free from the claim of them the said Henry Hufford & Peggy his wife and their heirs, and from the claim or claims of all and every other person or persons whosoever In Testimony whereof the said Henry Hufford and Peggy his wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first herein written.

    Henry Hufford {Seal}
    Margaret (her X mark) Hufford {Seal}

    Virginia
    At a Court held for Wythe County the 10th day of August 1819
    This Indenture of Bargain and sale from Henry Hufford and Margaret his wife to Jacob Harrell was presented in Court and acknowledged by the said Henry Hufford & wife as their act and Deed, the said Margaret the wife having been first prively examined as the Law directs, relinquished her right of Dower therein and the same is ordered to be Recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews, Cl

    10 Oct 1821Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenWythe County Deed Book 9, pp. 100-102

    10 October 1821; This indenture made this 10th day of October 1821 between Reuben Harrell of the first part James McGavock and Robert Miller Executors of the last Will & Testament of Conrad Keesling of the Second part and Isaac Lehue of the third part all of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia Witnesseth That Whereas Jacob Harrell and the above named Reuben Harrell are Justly indebted to the said James McGavock & Robert Miller executors of Conrad Keesling in the Sum of thirty Six Dollars & fifty Cents with Interest thereon from the first day of September 1819 as by their hand dated the first day of September 1818, will more fully and at large appear the payment of which to the said Executors the Said Reuben Harrell is Willing more fully to assure and secure. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that the Said Reuben Harrell as well in Consideration of the premises as of the further Sum of One Dollar to him in hand paid by the Said Isaac Lehue the receipt Whereof is hereby acknowledged hath Sold and delivered to the Said Isaac Lehue the following Slaves to with their future increase Viz, One Negro woman named Lucy, with her children Harriet and Burrell to have and to hold the Said Slaves with their future increase to the Said Isaac Lehue their heirs forever and the Said Reuben Harrell for himself his heirs Executors Admin’s & Assigns the Said Slaves with their increase to the Said Lehue his heirs Executors Admin’s & assigns Will forever Warrant & Defend free from the claim of himself his heirs executors & administrators & all & every other person or persons Whatsoever &c. trust nevertheless that of the Said Jacob Harrell & Reuben Harrell or either of them Shall Well & truly pay to the Said James McGavock & Robert Miller Exec’s of Conrad Keesling the aforesaid sum of thirty Six Dollars, and fifty Cents with interest from the first day of September 1819 on or before the first day of October 1822 then this deed with all and every thing herein contained shall be absolutely null and void and of no effect. But if the Said Sum of Money or any part thereof Shall remain due & unpaid on the Said first day of October 1822 then and in that event it Shall be lawful for the Said Isaac Lehue his Exec’s or Admin’s So Soon thereafter as he or they Shall be requested by either the Said James McGavock or Robert Miller So to do, to proceed to Sell at Public Auction the Slaves aforesaid with their increase or Such part thereof as may be necessary to pay toe Sum of money then due together with the expense of recording this deed, he having first advertised the time & place of the Sale of Said Slaves for two Weeks at the front door of the Courthouse of Wythe County and having also left a written notice thereof at the usual residence of the Said Reuben Harrell, or having delivered the Same to him personally for the Same length of time previous thereto and Out of the proceeds of Said Sale Shall first Satisfy, and pay, the Costs of recording this deed together with the charges attending Said Sale, and then the Sum of money aforesaid due to the Said Executors with Interest, and the balance if any Shall be paid Over to the Said Reuben Harrell and it is further covenanted & agreed between the Said parties that the Said Reuben Harrell Shall remain in possession of the Slaves aforesaid With their increase until the day of the Sale of the Slaves he paying all taxes and public due which may be chargeable on account of the Same, unless He Should attempt to recover them Out of the County Without the consent of the Said James McGavock & Robert Miller in Which event it shall be lawful for the Said Isaac Lehue to take them into his possession & hire them out until the day of the Sale of the Same or make such disposition thereof as may be most advantageous & best calculated to promote the interest of all the parties concerned. In Witness whereof the parties have hereunto Set their hands & affixed their seals the date first herein mentioned.

    Signed, Sealed, acknowledged & dated and in presence of us by Reuben Harrell, James McGavock & Isaac Lehue

    J. P. Mathews
    John Stranger
    John Foster

    Reuben Harrell {Seal}
    James McGavock {Seal}
    Robert Miller {Seal}
    Isaac Lehue {Seal}

    Virginia
    At a Court Continued & held for Wythe County the 11th day of October 1821

    This Deed in Trust Between Reubin Harrell of the first part & James McGavock & Robert Miller Executors of the last Will and Testament of Conrad Keesling Dec’d of the Second part & Isaac Lehue of the third part was proved to be the act & Deed of the Said Reubin Harrell James McGavock & Isaac Lehue by the oaths of John Stranger John Foster & John P. Mathews the Subscribing witnesses thereto and the Same is Ordered to be Recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews Cl

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin
    4 Mar 1822Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 9, pp. 155-157

    4 March 1822; This Indenture made this 4th day of March in the Year of Christ 1822 Between Jacob Harrell & Hannah his wife of the One Part and James Ward of the other Part all of Wythe County Virginia; Whereas the Said Jacob Harrell is indebted to the Trustees of the Town of Evansham in the Sum of One hundred & two Dollars the payment of which with legal interest from this day the Said Harrell is desirous to Secure to the Said Trustees; Now this Indenture therefore Witnesseth that the Said Harrell in Consideration of the premises as well as of one dollar to him in hand paid by the Said James Ward the receipt Whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath given granted bargained & sold & by theses presents doth grant bargain and Sell unto the Said James Ward his heirs &c. the following real property to with, One Lot of Land in the Town of Evansham known by No. 92 lying on the South East Side of Spring Street adjoining the lots of John Johnston Containing One half acre conveyed to the Said Harrell by the Trustees by deed dated the 12th day of August 1818, and of Record in the Clerks Office of Wythe County Court, also a tract of land conveyed to Said Harrell by Henry Hufford & wife by deed dated the 10th day of August 1819 and of record in the Clerks Office of Wythe County Court Containing Twenty Six acres thirteen poles lying on a South branch of Reed Creek at the foot of the north side of the Lick Mountain and bounded as followeth to wit; Beginning at a large Black Oak and two White Oaks in a draft & with a line of division North 1 ½° West 80 poles to a black oak & white oak on a ridge N 8° W 70 poles to a black oak in a draft near a Corner of Said Hufford land and as his line South 70° W 30 poles to three White oaks on a ridge, South 4° West 90 poles to three White oaks in a draft North 59° East 72 poles to the Beginning. Also the said Harrells interest in a tract of Land Supposed to contain about 200 acres purchased by the said Harrell from John P. Nye lying on the Waters of Reed Creek the legal Title of which is yet in the said John P. Nye, with their appurtenances To have & to hold the Said real property to the Said James Ward his heirs & assigns forever; and the Said Harrell & wife for themselves & their heirs the Said real property to the Said James Ward his heirs & assigns against the claim or claims of all persons Shall will and do Warrant & forever defend; Upon Trust nevertheless that if the Said Jacob Harrell Shall on or before the first day of October next pay to the Said Trustees the Said Sum of $102 with the interest due thereon as also the Expenses of drawing & recording this Indenture then this Indenture & every thing herein Contained is to become void. But upon this further Trust that if the Said Jacob Harrell Shall fail on or before the 1st day of October next to pay to the Said Trustees the Said Sum of $102 or any part thereof With Interest & Expenses as aforesaid then & in that case it Shall be lawful for the Said James Ward by giving three weeks previous notice by advertisement at the front Door of Wythe C House to proceed to sell the lot Land & Interest aforesaid at the Said front Door of Wythe CH to the highest bidder for ready money& out of the proceeds thereof; after paying the Expenses of this Trust and retaining to himself a commission of five percent on the amt of Sale for his trouble as Trustee pay and Satisfy the Trustees of Evansham aforesaid the Said Sum of $102 With the interest due thereon and the Overplus if any restore to the Said Jacob Harrell and the Said James Ward doth bind himself faithfully to Execute the trust hereby reposed in him on Testimony Whereof the Said parties have hereunto Set their hands & affixed their Seals the day and year first written.

    Jacob Harrell {Seal}
    James Ward {Seal}

    Virginia
    In the Clerks Office of Wythe County Court the 4th day of March 1822

    This Deed in Trust Between Jacob Harrell and Hannah his wife of the One part and James Ward of the other part was acknowledged by the Said Jacob Harrell & James Ward as their act & Deed & admitted to be recorded

    Test
    J. P. Mathews CC

    Margin Notes:
    Delivered to R. Gibboncy, exor
    Jno P. Mathews dec’d 1st April 1851
    H. S. Mathews Cl

    14 Dec 1824Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnWythe County Deed Book 9, pp. 691-692

    14 December 1824; This Indenture made this 14th day of December 1824 Between John Harrell of the one part & John Foster of the other part both of Wythe County Virginia. Whereas the said John Harrell is indebted to Henry Hoppess Jr. the Sum of One hundred nineteen Dollars and fifty cents as will more fully appear by his note executed on the 11th day of December 1824 and payable on the 1st day of October 1825 the payment of which Sum the Said Harrell is desirous more fully to Secure to the said Hoppess. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that for and in Consideration of the premises as well as of one Dollar to him in hand paid by the said John Foster the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged to the Said John Harrell hath grated bargained & Sold and by these presents doth grant bargain & Sell to the Said John Foster all the right title Interest & claim of him the Said John Harrell as one of the heirs of William Harrell Dec’d in and to a tract of land of which his said father Wm Harrell Dec’d died Seized being the Same tract on which the Said Wm. Harrell Dec’d lived at the time of his death and the Said John Harrell’s interest being one undivided moiety at least With its appurtenances To have and to hold the interest in the land aforesaid to the Said John Foster his heirs or assigns forever against the claim of all persons Whatever. Upon Trust nevertheless that of the Said John Harrell shall on or before the Said 1st day of October 1825 pay to the Said Hoppess the Said Sum of $119.50c together with the costs of drawing & recording this Indenture then this Indenture shall be void. But on this further trust that if the Said Harrell shall fail to pay the Said Sum of money or any part thereof together with the costs aforesaid to the Said Hoppess on or before the Said 1st day of October 1825, Then full power is hereby given to the Said John Foster on being requested by Said Hoppess and after having given ten day s previous notice by advertisement posted at the front door of the courthouse of Wythe County and at Some public house in Newbern to proceed to Sell on the premises the Interest of the Said Harrell in the tract of land aforesaid to the highest bidder for ready money and out of the proceeds of Said Sale after paying the costs aforesaid & retaining a commission of five per cent on the amount of Sale to himself as a compensation for his trouble as trustee pay to the Said Hoppess Jr. the Sum of money aforesaid or any part thereof which may remain unpaid together with the interest due thereon and it is agreed between the parties that the Interest in the land aforesaid is to remain in the possession of the Said Harrell until a Sale if any Shall take place he paying all taxes &c. which may become due thereon. In Testimony whereof the parties have hereunto Subscribed their names & affixed their Seals this day & year first herein written.

    John Harrell {Seal}
    John Foster {Seal}

    Virginia
    At a Court held for Wythe County the 14th day of December 1824.

    This Deed in Trust Between John Harrell of the one part and John Foster of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the Said John Harrell & John Foster as their act & Deed & the Same is ordered to be Recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews CC

    14 Jun 1825Wythe County, VAHarrellElijahWythe County Deed Book 10, p. 112

    14 June 1825; Know all men by these presents that we Elijah S. Harrell John Cook & John Christley are held and firmly bound unto James Pleasant Esq. Governor of Virginia and to his successors in office in the Sum of One Thousand Dollars to which payment well and truly to be made to the Said Governor and to his Successors. We bind ourselves our heirs &c. jointly & severally firmly by these presents, Sealed with our Seals & dated this 14th day of June eighteen hundred and twenty five.

    The condition of the above obligations is Such that whereas the above bound Elijah S. Harrell is by the County Court of Wythe appointed a Constable in the 1st Battallion of the 35th Regiment of the militia in the Said County of Wythe. If therefore the Said Elijah S. Harrell do and Shall well and truly discharge & perform the duties of his Said Office of Constable within the limits of the district aforesaid in the Said County of Wythe during the time of his continuance in Office then the above obligation to be void else to remain in full force.

    Signed Sealed & acknowledged In presence of the Court

    Elijah S. Harrell {Seal}
    John (his X mark) Christley {Seal}

    Virginia

    At a Court held for Wythe County the 14th day of June 1825.
    This Bond was entered into & acknowledged in Court & ordered to be Recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews CC

    Elisha
    10 Dec 1803Wythe County, VAHarrellJohnWythe County Will Book 1, p. 267

    10 December 1803; The personal estate of William Foster deceased was listed on December 10, 1803 by John T.Sayers, John Harrell, and James Ellis. Among the items listed were the following: wagon, stack of rye, a still and 3 still tubs, table, 8 chairs, tools, stretchers, mattock, hoes, clevises, irons for double tree, axes, harrow teeth, cutting box and knife, old oven, shovel and tongs, fire dogs, three books, sheep, one bay horse, cattle and other horses, a coat valued at $8, a short coat valued at $2, two wainscoats, 3 pair of breeches, 2 hats, 2 bells and collar, and 35 hogs.

    10 Nov 1825Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 10, pp. 185 - 187

    10 November 1825; This Indenture made the tenth day of November in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty five Between Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell both of the county of Wythe and State of Virginia of the one part and David McComas of the same county & state of its other part Witnesseth that whereas the Said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell are justly indebted to Henry Hoppess Jr. in the just and full sum of Three Hundred and twenty Dollars and eighty four cents as appears by this Bond given and bearing date on this day and payable eight months after date, the payment of which with the interest thereafter and being the said Davis & Harrell are willing and desirous effectually to assure to secure to the said Henry Hoppess Jr. This Indenture thereafter witnesseth that the said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell as well in consideration of the premises aforesaid is of one dollar to them in hand paid by the said David McComas the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged they the said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell have granted bargained & sold and by these presents do grant bargain & sell unto the said David McComas a certain Lot or parcel of land belonging to the said Joseph Davis lying and being in the town of Evansham in the County of Wythe known in the plan of Said Town as Number fifty five on the north west side of main street and being the south west from the cross Street containing One Half acre being five poles in front on the Main Street and running back Sixteen poles being the same conveyed by the Trustees of said town to John Reddick and by an order of the Superior Court of Chancery holden at Wythe Court house directed to be conveyed by the Marshal of said court to the said Joseph Davis also Twenty five acres of land the property of the said Joseph Davis lying on the north side of Reed Creek to join on said Creek and adjoin the lands of John T Holland and include the Land & appurtenances in the possession at this time of Thomas Moore—also Twenty Six acres and thirty One poles of Land the property of Jacob Harrell lying on its south side of Reed Creek and adjoining the Land of Joseph Davis, Henry Hufford &c and being the same on which the said Jacob Harrell at this time resides with his appurtenances: To have and to hold, the said Lot, tracts or parcel of Land with this the said David McComas and his Heirs, to the sole use and behoof of the said David McComas and his Heirs, and the said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell for themselves and their Heirs the said Lot, Tracts or parcels of Land with their appurtenances to the said David McComas and his Heirs against the claim of themselves the said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell and their heirs and all other persons whomsoever, shall will and do, by theses presents warrant and forever defend: In Trust nevertheless that if the Said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell their Heirs, Executors or administrators do and shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid to the said Henry Hoppess Jr. his heirs or assigns, the said sum of Three Hundred and twenty dollars and eighty four cents on or before the tenth day of September on which together with the expenses of drawing and recording this Indenture then and in that case, this Indenture and every thing herein contained shall become void and of no effect. But if the said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell shall fail to pay the said sum of money or any part thereof on or before the tenth day of September next then it shall be lawful for the said David McComas and full power and authority is hereby given him to proceed to sell the said Lot, tract or parcel of Land with their appurtenances, so soon after the said tenth day of September next as he may be requested by the said Henry Hoppess Jr. at public auction for ready money to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court house of Wythe County as previously advertised the time and place of sale at least one month by posting a notice thereof at the front door of the Court house on some Court day, and the proceeds of such sale after paying therewith all the expenses attending the execution of this trust including a commission of six percent on the amount of sale to the said David McComas Trustee for his trouble in executing the same shall be applied by the said David McComas toward the discharge and payment to the said Henry Hoppess Jr. of the aforesaid sum of Three Hundred and Twelve Dollars and eighty four cents with interest or so much of the said sum with interest as may remain unpaid. And in further Trust that until such Sale shall be made it shall be lawful for the said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell and their heirs to hold and to occupy the said granted Lot & Tract of land and premises and to take and receive the rents Issues and profits thereof their and their own proper use and benefit, and also that the said Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell and their Heirs Executors and Administrators will pay and discharge all Taxes, impositions, assessments, and other charges whatsoever which may or shall become chargeable thereon during their possession thereof, and the said David McComas doth covenant on his part that he will faithfully execute the trust hereby reposed in him In Testimony whereof the parties hereunto have to these presents have set their hand and affixed their seals the day and year first in this Indenture written.

    Signed, sealed & acknowledged In presence of

    Joseph (his X mark) Davis {Seal}
    Jacob Harrell {Seal}
    David McComas {Seal}

    A.B. The following ??? before signing “just” in the sixth line the interest thereafter occurring the said Davis & Harrell are in the ninth line “Tracts” “their” in the twenty eighth line “Their” in the thirty first line “Eighty four cents” in the thirty sixth line “Recording” in the thirty seventh or last line on the first page “of Land” in the fourteenth line second page — “& twelve” in the twelfth line second page — “his” in the thirty second line first page.

    Joseph (his X mark) Davis {Seal}
    Jacob Harrell {Seal}
    David McComas {Seal}

    Virginia,
    At a court continued and held for Wythe County the 10th day of November 1825. The Deed in trust between Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell of the one part and David McComas of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the said parties as their act and Deed and Ordered to be Recorded.

    Test, J. P. Mathews Cl

    Margin notes: Del’d McComas, 22nd Nov 1830, A. B. Moore DC

    13 Dec 1826Wythe County, VAHarroldJohn and SarahWythe County Deed Book 10, pp. 451-452

    13 December 1826; This Indenture made this 13th day Dec'r in the year of our Lord 1826 between John Harrold and Sarah his wife of the County of Wythe & State of Virginia of the one part and William Breeding of the County & State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Eleven hundred ninety eight Dollars and eighty cents to them the said John Harrold & Sarah his wife in hand paid before the ensealing and delivery of these presents doth give grant bargain and sell and by these presents hath given granted bargained sold and conveyed to the said William Breeding one certain tract or parcel of land lying on a branch of New River containing Three hundred and thirty three acres by Survey and bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at a large Lynn, on the patent line and corner to the line of partition between said John & Reuben Harrold & with lines of the old survey N 65° W 70 poles to a black oak on the top of a hill West 89 poles to two white oaks on the top of a hill, N 75° W 32 poles to a walnut and white oak sapling on a stony point corner to John Crocketts land S 11° W 126 poles passing s'd Crockett's corner at 16 poles and with Thrashers to two white oak saplings in a draft S 33° E 86 poles to a Spanish oak on the top of a hill N 82 E 74 poles to a Spanish Oak S 72 E 110 poles to two white oak saplings & pine tree on the west end of a ridge corner to the land of John Chrisley and with a line thereof N 65° E 63 poles to a large white oak & back oak on s'd line and corner to the line of partition between s'd John & Reuben Harrold & with it N 21 W 116 poles passing a black oak & two chesnut oaks, called for in William Harrolds will to a black oak and hickory sapling on the top of a hill & N 22 W 126 poles crossing a branch to the beginning. Together with all and singular the appurtenances and priviledges thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the said William Breeding and his heirs to the soul use and behoof of him the s'd William Breeding & his heirs and the said John Harrold & Sarah his wife for themselves and their heirs the said land to the said William Breeding & his heirs the s'd land will forever warrant and defend the said land against the lawful claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever. In Testimony whereof the s'd John Harrold & Sarah his wife hath hereunto set their hand and affixed their seals the day & year above written.

    John (his X mark) {Seal}
    Sarah (her X mark) {Seal}

    Wythe County To wit,
    We Joseph Montgomery & Randolph Fugate Justices of the peace in the County aforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that John Harrell a party to a certain deed bearing date on the 13th day of December 1826 and hereunto annexed personally appearing before us in our County aforesaid and acknowledged the same to be his act and deed and desire us to certify the said acknowledgment to the Clerk of the County Court of Wythe in Order that the said deed may be recorded. Given under our hands and seals this 13th of Dec'r 1826.

    Joseph Montgomery {Seal}
    Randolph Fugate {Seal}

    Wythe County to wit,
    We Joseph Montgomery & Randolph Fugate Justices of the peace in the County aforesaid and State of Virginia do hereby certify that Sarah Harrell the wife of John Harrell parties to a certain deed bearing date on the 13th day of Dec'r 1826 and hereunto annexed personally appeared before us in our County aforesaid and being examined by us privily and apart from her husband and having the deed aforesaid fully explained to her, she the said Sarah Harrell, acknowledged the same to be her act and deed and declared that she had willingly signed, sealed, and delivered the same, and that she wishes not to retract it. Given under our hands and seals this 13th of Dec'r 1826.

    Joseph Montgomery {Seal}
    Randolph Fugate {Seal}

    Margin note: Delivered on Order to Jesse Honaker 9 Feb'y 1829, J. P. Mathews Cl

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin, Honeaker, Honaker
    14 Jun 1826Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenWythe County Deed Book 10, pp. 297-298

    14 June 1826; This Indenture made this 14th day of June in the year of Christ 1826 Between Reuben Harrell of the one part and Francis Allison of the other part both of Wythe County Virginia whereas the said Reuben Harrell is justly indebted to John Allison of said County in the sum of one hundred and thirty one Dollars and fifty cents as will fully appear by his note this day executed to the said John Allison Jr. payable Twelve months after date the payment of which sum to the said John Jr. the said Reuben is willing effectually to secure now this Indenture witnesseth that the said Reuben Harrell as well in consideration of the premises as of one Dollar to him in hand paid by the said Francis Allison the receipt of which he doth hereby acknowledge he hath given, granted, bargained f& Sold and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain & Sell to the said Francis Allison a certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and Sixty seven acres lying on a branch of New River being the same on which the said Reuben at present resides and the same granted to William Harrell the father of said Reuben as assee of Isaac Runnion assee of Frederick Edwards who was assignee of James Newell by patent bearing date the 10th day of July 1784 and devised to the said Reuben by the last will & Testament of his father the said William excepting out of said Tract about nine acres part thereof to wit about eight acres sold by said William in his life time to Henry Honaker and which Thomas Galbreath at present owns and on which he resides and one acre given by said William to Trustees on a site for a meeting house with its appurtenances To have and to hold the said tract of land except as before excepted with its appurtenances to the said Francis Allison and his heirs forever free from the claim of him the said Reuben & his heirs & all persons whatever Upon Trust nevertheless that if the said Reuben his heirs &c shall on or before the expiration of Twelve months from this time pay to the said John Allison Jr. the said sum of $131.50 together with the costs of drawing & recording this Indenture then this Indenture and every thing therein contained shall become void. But on their further Trust that if the said Reuben Harrell his heirs &c shall fail on or before the expiration of Twelve months from this date time to pay to the said John Allison Jr. his heirs &c the said sum of money or any part thereof that may remain unpaid, then full power is hereby given to the said Francis upon being requested by the said John Allison Jr to proceed to sell on the premises the land aforesaid to the highest bidder for ready money he having previously advertised the time & place of sale at least forty days previous thereto by written advertisement posted at the front door of the Court House of Wythe County and at some public place in the neighbourhood of said land and out of the proceeds of such sale after paying all costs of drawing & recording this Indenture expenses of sale retaining a commission of five per cent on the amt of Sale to himself as compensation for his trouble as trustee pay to the said John Allison Jr the said Sum of money or any part thereof that may remain unpaid together with any interest that may be due thereon and the balance if any pay over to the said Reuben his heirs &c and it is expressly agreed that the said land is to remain in the possession of said Reuben until sale (if any under this Deed) takes place he paying all taxes &c which may be charged thereon and the said Francis doth bind himself to faithfully execute the trust hereby reposed in him In Testimony whereof the said Reuben Harrell and Francis Allison have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day and year first herein written.

    Reuben Harrell {Seal}
    Francis Allison {Seal}

    Virginia,
    At a Court Continued & held for Wythe County the 14th day of June 1826.

    This Deed in Trust between Reuben Harrell of the one part & Francis Allison of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the said Reuben Harrell & Francis Allison as their act & deed and ordered to be recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews Cl

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin
    13 Sep 1826Wythe County, VAHaroldJacob and HannahWythe County Deed Book 10, p. 384

    13 September 1826; This Indenture made this 13th day of September in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty six Between Jacob Harold and Hannah his wife of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia of the one part, and John D Fields of the County and State aforesaid of the other part, witnesseth that the said Jacob Harold for and in consideration of the Sum of Seventy nine Dollars, to them in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do grant bargain & Sell, to the said John D Fields a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County and state aforesaid containing ten acres and two roods (be the same more or less) and bounded as follows Beginning at a black oak near to a school house, corner to Henry Hufford, thence S. 67° W 33 ¾ poles crossing a branch to three white oaks on the top of a hill then S. 5° to 40 poles along said hill to two white oaks & a dogwood, thence N 49 ½° E. 47 poles crossing a branch to a stake on Huffords line and 1 ½ poles distant from a white oak and black oak corner to said Hufford and Harold, then N 9° W 43 poles to the Beginning. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances unto the said Jno D. Fields and his heirs, to the sole use and behoof of him the said Jno D. Fields and his heirs forever. And the said Jacob Harold and Hannah his wife for themselves and their heirs do covenant with the said Jno D. Fields and his heirs that they the said Jacob & wife and his heirs the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances to the said John D. Fields and his heirs against the claims of all persons whomsoever shall warrant and will forever defend. In witness whereof the said Jacob Harold and Hannah his wife have hereunto subscribed their names, and affixed their seal, the day and year first above written.

    Jacob Harrell {Seal}
    Hannah (her X mark) Harrold {Seal}

    Signed, Sealed & delivered in Presence of

    JP Mathews
    Peter Kinder
    F. Davis

    Wythe County to wit,
    We Joseph Crockett & Robert Crockett, justices of the peace in the County aforesaid, in the state of Virginia do hereby certify that Jacob Harold a party to a certain Deed, bearing date on this 14th day of September 1826, and hereto annexed, personally appeared before us, and acknowledged the same to be their act and deed, and desired us to certify, the said acknowledgement to the Clerk of the County Court of Wythe in order that the said Deed may be recorded. Given under our hands & seals this 11th day of October 1826.

    Joseph Crockett {Seal}
    Robert Crockett {Seal}

    Margin notes: Delivered grantee 20th Sept. 1831
    A. B. Moore DC

    Harrell
    28 Jul 1827Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenWythe County Deed Book 10, pp. 567-568

    28 July 1827; This Indenture made this 28th day of July in the year of Christ 1827 Between Reuben Harrell of the one part and James Davis of the other part Both of Wythe County Virginia. Whereas the said Reuben Harrell is justly indebted Joseph Stephens of said County in the sum of two hundred and seventeen Dollars & thirty five cents as will fully appear by his notes this day executed to the said Joseph Stephens & payable twelve months after date the payment of which sum to the said Joseph Stephens the said Reuben Harrell is willing effectually to secure. Now this Indenture witnesseth that the said Reuben Harrell as well in consideration of the premises as of one Dollar to him in hand paid by the said James Davis the receipt of which he doth hereby acknowledge he hath given granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell to the said James Davis a certain parcel or tract of Land containing Two hundred & Sixty Seven acres lying on a branch of new river, Being the Same on which the said Reuben now resides & the same granted to William Harrell the Father of said Reuben as assee of Isaac Runnion assee of Frederick Edwards who was assignee of James Newell by patent bearing date the 10 day of July 1784 and devised to the said Reuben by the last will and Testament of his father the said William excepting out of said tract about nine acres parts thereof to wit about Eight acres sold by said William in his life time to Henry Honaker and which Thomas Galbreath at present owns of an which he resides, and one acre given by said William to trustees as a Site for a meeting house with its appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract of Land except as before excepted with its appurtenances to the said James Davis and his heirs forever free from the claims of him the said Reuben his heirs and all persons whatever, upon trust nevertheless that if the Said Reuben his heirs &c Shall on or before the expiration of twelve months from this time pay to the Said Joseph Stephens the full sum of $217 together with the costs of drawing & Recording this Indenture, then this Indenture and every thing therein contained shall become void, But on this further trust that if the said Reuben Harrell his heirs &c shall fail on or before the expiration of Twelve months from this time to pay to the said Joseph Stephens his heirs &c the said sum of money or any part thereof that may remain upaid then full power is hereby given to the said James Davis upon being requested by the said Joseph Stephens to proceed to Sell on the premisis the Land aforesaid to the highest for ready money he having previously advertised the time & place of Sale at least forty days previous thereto by written advertisement posted at the front door of the court house of Wythe County and at some publick place in the neighborhood of said land and out of the proceeds of such sale after paying all costs of drawing and recording this Indenture expences of sale retaining a commission of five per cent on the amts of Sale to himself as a compensation for his trouble as trustee pay to the said Joseph Stephens the said Sum of money as any part thereof that may remain unpaid, together with any interest that may be due thereon on and the Balance of any pay over to the Said Reuben his heirs &c And it is expressly agreed that the said Land is to remain in the possession of Said Reuben until a Sale (if any under this deed) take place be paying all taxes which may be charged thereon and the Said James doth bind himself to faithfully execute the trust hereby reposed in him in Testimony whereof the said Reuben Harrell & James Davis have hereunto Subscribed their names and affixed their Seals this Day & year first herein writen.

    Reuben Harrell {Seal}
    James Davis {Seal}

    Wythe County to Wit,
    We Joseph Montgomery & Randolph Fugate Justices of the peace in the County aforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that Reuben County aforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that Reuben Harrell & James Davis parties to a certain Deed bearing date on the 28th Day of July 1827 and hereunto annexed, personale appeared before us in our County aforesaid, and acknowledged the same to be his act and Deed and desired us to certify the said acknowledgement to the Clerk of the County Court of Wythe in order that the said deed may be recorded given under our hands and seals this 14th day of August 1827.

    Joseph Montgomery {Seal}
    Randolph Fugate {Seal}

    Virginia
    At a Court held for Wythe County on Tuesday the 14th day of August 1827

    This Deed in trust between Reuben Harrell of the one part & James Davis of the other part with a certificate of the acknowledgement of the said Harrell & Davis annexed was returned to court & ordered to be recorded.

    Teste
    J. P. Mathews Cl.

    Margin notes: Delivered to James Davis 11th August 1828, LR Miller DC

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin
    7 Nov 1827Wythe County, VAHarrellReubenWythe County Deed Book 10, pp. 689-690

    7 November 1827; This Indenture made this 7th day of November in the year of our Lord 1827 between Reuben Harrell of the first part Joseph Graham of the second part and William Breeding of the third part whereas the said Reuben Harrell hath this day executed a bond in the penalty of five hundred dollars with certain conditions thereto annexed to the said William Breeding which the aforesaid Reuben Harrell is willing and desirious to secure, Now the Indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the premises and also for the further consideration of One dollar of Lawful money of Virginia to the said Reuben Harrell in hand paid by the said Joseph Graham at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, he the said Reuben Harrell hath given granted bargained sold aliened enforced released and confirmed to the said Joseph Graham his heirs and assigns forever all that part of tract of land Lying and being in the County of Wythe and State of Virginia to contain Two hundred and Fifty acres be the same more or less adjoining the lands of Andrew Boyd, John Christly, and William Breeding and also adjoining the tract of Land whereas the Said Reuben Harrell now lives with all and Singular the appurtenances to the said tract of land belonging to the said Reuben Harrell unto the Said Joseph Graham and his assigns against all persons whatever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents upon trust nevertheless that the said Joseph Graham his heirs as assigns shall permit the said Reuben Harrell to remain in quiet and peaceable possession of the said tract of Land and premises with its appurtenances and to take the profits thereof to his own use until default be made in the performance in the condition of the aforesaid bond either in whole or in part and then upon the further trust the said Joseph Graham his heirs as assigns shall and will so soon after the happenning of such default as he may think proper—as the said William Breeding shall request sell the said tract of land and premises with the appurtinances or such part of the hereby granted premises as the trustee or his representatives hereby authorized to act shall think sufficient for the purpose and shall think proper to sell to the highest bidder for ready money at public auction after having fixed the time and place of sale giving the said Harrell Sixty days notice by advertisement at the Court house of Wythe County and other publick places in the neighbourhood and out of the monies arising from such sale shall after Satisfying the charges thereof and all other expenses attending the premises pay to the said William Breeding his heirs or assigns the amount of any default that may accrue in the aforesaid land, and the balance if any shall pay to the said Reuben Harrell his heirs or assigns, but if no default should accrue in the condition of the aforesaid bond to the said Wm Breeding his heirs or assigns then this Indenture to be void or else to remain in the full force and virtue. In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and affixed their Seals the day and year first above written.

    Sealed and delivered in presense of
    Reuben Harrell {Seal}
    Joseph Graham {Seal}

    Wythe County to wit
    We Randolph Fugate & James Crockett Justices of the peace in the County aforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that Reuben Harrell & Joseph Graham parties to a certain Deed bearing date on the 7th day of November 1827 personally appeared before us in our County aforesaid and acknowledged the same to be their act and Deed, and desired us to certify the said acknowledgement, to the Clerk of the County Court of Wythe, in order that the s’d Deed may be recorded. Given under our hands and Seals this 7th day of November 1827

    Randolph Fugate {Seal}
    James Crockett {Seal}

    Margin notes: Delivered Wm Breeding 3rd Sep 1833, A. B. Moore D. C.

    Harrell, Rubin, Ruben, Reubin
    25 Sep 1830Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 11, pp. 510-512

    25 September 1830; This Indenture made this 25th day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty Between Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell of the county of Wythe and state of Virginia of the one part, and John Foster of said County & State of the other part Witnesseth that whereas Leonard Straw has this day become bound as the security of said Davis & Harrell in a forthcoming Bond executed by them to Henry Hoppess Jr in the sum of one hundred & twenty eight Dollars & fifty three cents the payment of which with interest & the costs that may accrue by motion on s’d bond s’d Davis & Harrell are willing and desirous effectually to assure & secure & save harmless said Straw as their security. This Indenture therefore witnesseth that the said Harrell & Davis in consideration of the premises aforesaid as of one Dollar to him in hand paid by the said Foster the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the said Harrell & Davis have granted bargained and sold, and by these presents do grant bargain and sell unto the said Foster the following property, to wit, all the interest of said Harrell in about seventeen acres of land which descended to his wife as one of the heirs of John Davis dec’d, also all his interest in the Dower of the widow of said John Davis she being dead also all his interest in a house & lot which belonged to the estate of said John Davis which interest of said Harrell in the property aforesaid is a life estate in the said 17 acres of land and a life estate in one tenth part of the dower & the lot & house aforesaid. Also the following property of said Davis a piece or parcel of land the property of said Davis being the same whereon he now lives supposed to contain about forty or fifty acres with the appurtenances. To have and to hold the said interest or & land with appurtenances to the said Foster and his heirs, to the sole use and behoof of the said Foster and his heirs and the said Harrell & Davis for themselves and their heirs the said property with its appurtenances, to the said Foster and his heirs, against the claim of them the said Harrell & Davis and their heirs, and all other persons whomsoever, shall, will, and __ by these presents warrant and forever defend. In trust, nevertheless, that if the said Harrell & Davis their his heirs, executors or administrators do and shall well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, to the said Hoppess __ heirs or assigns, the amt. of said bond Int. & costs so soon as a judgment is obtained thereon together with the expenses of drawing and recording this Indenture, then, and in that case, this Indenture, and every thing herein contained shall become void and of no effect: But if the said Harrell & Davis shall fail to pay the said sum of money, or any part thereof, on or before the obtaining judgmt. On s’d bond then it shall be lawfull for the said Foster and full power and authority is hereby given him to proceed to sell the said property with its appurtenances, so soon after the obtaining of judgmt. On s’d bond as he may be requested by the said Straw at public auction, for ready money, to the highest bidder at Wythe Courthouse & front door thereof the property of said Harrell to be sold first & if not sufficient then Davis’s having previously advertised the time and place of sale at least one month by a written advertisement posted at the front door of Wythe CH. And the proceeds of such sale after paying thereout all the expenses attending the execution of this trust, including a commission of five per cent on the amount of sale to the said Foster as Trustee, for his trouble in executing the same, shall be applied by the said Foster towards the discharge and payment to the said Straw any money he may have paid or s’d judgment with interest, or so much of said sum with interest, as may remain unpaid. And in further trust, that until such sale shall be made, it shall be lawful for the said Harrell & Davis and their heirs to hold and occupy the said granted property and premises, and to take and receive the rents, issues and profits thereof, to them and their own proper use and benefit, and also that the said Harrell & Davis their heirs, executors, or administrators, will pay and discharge all taxes, impositions, assessment, and other charges whatsoever which may or shall become chargeable thereon, during their possession thereof. And the said Foster doth covenant on his part, that he will faithfully execute the trust hereby reposed in him. In testimony whereof the parties hereunto have to these present set their hands and affixed their seals, the day and year first in this Indenture written.

    Signed, Sealed and acknowledged In presence of
    Jacob Harrell {Seal}
    Joseph (his X mark) Davis {Seal}
    John Foster {Seal}

    Virginia. In the Clerks Office of Wythe County Court 25 September 1830. This deed of trust was acknowledged by Joseph Davis & Jacob Harrell. And in said office 28 September 1830 the same was acknowledged by John Foster and admitted to be recorded.

    Test
    J. P. Mathews Cl

    19 Feb 1831Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 11, p. 608

    19 February 1831; This Indenture made this 19th day of February 1831 between Jacob Harrell of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia of the one part and James E. Brown of the County & State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Harrell for and in consideration of the sum of twelve Dollars and fifty cents to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain & sell unto the said Brown all the right title interest & estate of him the said Harrell in and to so much of the real estate of John Davis dec’d as was assigned to the widow of the said John as her dower—being one tenth part thereof to which the said Harrell is entitled to as tenant by curtesy as husband to Anne late Anne Davis one of the heirs of the said John Davis dec’d __ To have & to hold the said estate to the said Brown during the natural life of him the said Jacob Harrell. In Testimony whereof the said Harrell hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & year above written.

    Jacob Harrell {Seal}

    Witness,
    Leonard Straw
    John Foster.

    Virginia, In the Clerk’s Office of Wythe County Court 19th February 1831.
    This deed of bargain & sale was acknowledged by Jacob Harrell as his act and deed, and admitted to be recorded.

    Test,
    J. P. Mathews Cl

    26 May 1836Wythe County, VAHarrellAbrahamWythe County Deed Book 13, pp. 346-347

    26 May 1836; This Indenture made this 26th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six. Between Abraham D. Harrell of United States navy of the one part and John Wirt of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia of the other part Witnesseth that the said Abraham D. Harrell for and in consideration of the sum of five dollars current money of the United States to him in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said Wirt all his interest in a certain lot or parcel of land, lying and being in the County of Wythe and town of Evansham on the South east side of the main street adjoining a lot of the said John Wirt on the East and lot formerly owned by Daniel Sharritz now by said John Wirt on the West & which was assigned to Mary Davis Dec’d late the widow of John Davis dec’d as part of her dower with all the appurtenances to have and to hold the said lot or parcel of land with all the appurtenances unto the said John Wirt and his heirs. And the said Harrell for himself and his heirs doth covenant with the said Wirt that he the said Harrell the said interest in the said lot or parcel of land with all the appurtenances unto the said Wirt and his heirs against the claims of all persons whomsoever shall warrant and will forever defend. In Witness whereof, the said Abram D. Harrell hath hereunto subscribed his name and affixed his seal the day and year first above written.

    Signed Sealed and delivered In presence of }

    Abraham D. Harrell {Seal}

    Virginia: In the Clerks office of Wythe County Court 26 May 1836 __ This deed of bargain and sale was acknowledged by Abram D. Harrell as his act and deed and was admitted to be recorded.

    Teste
    A. B. Moore DC

    Abram
    26 May 1836Wythe County, VAHarrellAbramWythe County Deed Book 13, p. 347

    26 May 1836; This Indenture made this 26th day of May 1836 between Abram D. Harrell of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia of the one part and James E. Brown of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia of the other part Witnesseth that the said Harrell for and in consideration of the sum of thirty dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained & sold and by these presents doth grant bargain & sell unto the said James E. Brown all the interest of the said Harrell in and to a lott of land adjoining the town of Evansham in the County of Wythe containing by estimation about thirty acres and which was assigned to the late Mary Davis widow of John Davis dec’d as her dower in the land of her deceased husband, the interest of the said Harrell being a reversion in an undivided tenth part thereof subject to the life estate of his father Jacob Harrell who is tenant by courtesy thereof. To have and to hold the said reversionary interest with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging to the said James E. Brown and his heirs to the sole use and behoof of him the said James E. Brown and his heirs forever and the said Abram D. Harrell for himself & his heirs the reversionary interest aforesaid to the said James E. Brown and his heirs will forever warrant and defend free from the claim of himself and his heirs and of all and every other person whatsoever. In witness whereof he hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the date first herein mentioned.

    Signed Sealed & acknowledged in presence of }
    Abram D. Harrell {Seal}

    Harold Smyth
    Denison Baldwin

    Virginia: In the Clerks office of Wythe County Court 26th May 1836. This deed of bargain and sale was acknowledged by Abram D. Harrell as his act and deed and admitted to be recorded.

    Teste
    A. B. Moore DC

    Abraham
    26 May 1836Wythe County, VAHarrellAbramWythe County Deed Book 13, p. 348

    26 May 1836; This Indenture made this 26th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six. Between Abram D. Harrell of the United States Navy of the one part and Francis A. Crockett of Wythe County Virginia of the other part Witnesseth that the said Harrell for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars current money of the United States to him in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged doth grant bargain and sell unto the said Crockett a certain tract or parcel of land, lying and being in the County of Wythe aforesaid containing sixteen acres twelve poles more or less being lot N°14 of the division of the estate of John Davis dec’d recorded in the County Court of Wythe aforesaid at February term 1819 and bounded as follows. Beginning at a stake on the old line (at a point marked (f) in said division) and with N S. 25° E 76 poles to the corner (n) thence with a line of the same to a white oak (o) thence N 45° E 76 poles passing (e) to the beginning which land was sold by said Abram D. Harrell to Leonard Straw and by him sold and conveyed to said Francis A. Crockett but the deed not having been recorded this Indenture is executed to save trouble & expense with all the appurtenances To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with all the appurtenances unto the said Crockett and his heirs to the sole use and behoof of him the said Crockett and his heirs. And the said Harrell for himself and his heirs do covenant with the said Crockett that he the said Harrell the said tract or parcel of land, with all the appurtenances unto the said Crockett and his heirs against the claims of all persons whomsoever shall warrant and will forever defend. In witness whereof the said Abram D. Harrell hath hereunto subscribed his name and affixed his seal the day and year first above written.

    Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of }

    Abram D. Harrell {Seal}

    Virginia: In the Clerks office of Wythe County Court 26th May 1836. This deed of bargain and sale was acknowledged by Abram D. Harrell as his act and deed and admitted to be recorded.

    Teste
    A. B. Moore DC

    Abraham
    3 May 1844Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 16, pp. 408-409

    3 May 1844; This Indenture made & entered into this 3rd May 1844 between Ben Rush Floyd of the one part and Marion Sehorn, Jacob M. Harrell, James Ward (son of Wm), Charles A. Bowyer, Andrew F. Gregory & Samuel G. Brawley of the other part all of the State of Virginia & County of Wythe witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to him in hand paid by the parties of the second part at & before the ensealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged he the said Floyd hath bargained sold transferred & delivered unto the said parties of the second part a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Wythe Containing three hundred acres, to wit, to the said Marion Sehorn fifty acres thereof, to Jacob M. Harrell fifty acres thereof, to James Ward fifty acres thereof, to Charles A. Bowyer fifty acres thereof, to Andrew F. Gregory fifty acres thereof, and to Samuel G. Brawley fifty acres the residue thereof which said tract of three hundred acres of land is bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at a pine near the top of the Iron Mountain thence N 82 W 300 poles to a pine & double chesnut N8 E 160 poles to a stake, S 82 E 300 poles to a gum & chesnut S 8 W 160 poles to the beginning. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances to them the said parties of the second part & their heirs forever. And the said Floyd doth covenant with the said parties of the second part that he the said Floyd the said tract of land against the claim of him the said Floyd his heirs and against the claim of any or all persons claiming by through or under him shall & will forever warrant & defend by these presents. In witness whereof he hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his Seal the day and year above written.

    Ben Rush Floyd {Seal}

    Virginia, In the Clerks Office of Wythe County Court 3rd May 1844.
    This deed of bargain and sale was returned to said office acknowledged by Ben Rush Floyd as his act and deed and ordered to be recorded.

    Test,
    J. P. Mathews, Cl

    9 Dec 1844Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 16, p. 547

    9 Dec 1844; Know all men by these Presents, That we Jacob M. Harrell, Alexander Peirce & Daniel B. Sanders are held and firmly bound unto the Common Wealth of Virginia in the sum of two thousand dollars to which payment well and truly to be made to the said Governor and his Successors, we find ourselves our heirs &c jointly and severally firmly by these presents Sealed with our Seals and dated this 9 day of December eighteen hundred and forty four.

    The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound Jacob Harrell is by the County Court of Wythe appointed a Constable in the 1st District in the said County of Wythe. If therefore the said Jacob Harrell do and shall well and truly discharge and perform the duties of his said office of Constable in the said County of Wythe during the time of his continuance in office, Then the above obligation to be void, else to remain in full force.

    Signed Sealed and acknowledged In presence of the Court }

    Jacob M. Harrell {Seal}
    Alexander Peirce {Seal}
    Daniel B. Sanders {Seal}

    Virginia, At a Court held for Wythe County at the Courthouse on Monday, 9 December 1844
    This Bond was entered into and acknowledged in Court and ordered to be recorded.

    Teste,
    J. P. Mathews, Cl

    9 Jun 1845Wythe County, VAHarrellJacobWythe County Deed Book 16, p. 672

    Know all men by these Presents, That we Jacob M. Harrell, David B. Sanders & Robert Jackson are held and firmly bound unto the Common Wealth of Virginia in the sum of Five thousand Dollars, to which payment well and truly to be made to the said Commonwealth, we bind ourselves, our heirs &c. jointly and severally firmly by these presents, Sealed with our seals and dated the ninth day of June eighteen hundred and forty five.

    The condition of the above obligations is such that whereas the above bound Jacob M. Harrell is by the County Court of Wythe, appointed as Constable, in the 1st District in the said County of Wythe. If therefore the said Jacob M. Harrell do and shall well and truly discharge and perform the duties of his said office of Constable in the said County of Wythe, during the time of his continuance in Office, Then the above obligation to be void, else to remain in full force.

    Signed Sealed and acknowledged In presence of the Court }

    Jacob M. Harrell {Seal}
    Daniel B. Sanders {Seal}

    Robert Jackson {Seal}

    Virginia, At a Court held for Wythe County at the Courthouse on Monday, 9 June 1845
    This Bond was entered into and acknowledged in Court and ordered to be recorded.

    Teste,
    J. P. Mathews, Cl

    3 May 1754Frederick County, VAHarillJacob and JohnFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 118 [Frederick County Deed Book 3, p. 217]

    [Lease] Between William Calfee and Mary Calfee his wife of Frederick County [to] Thos. Cockerel of Dittengen Parish in Prince William County…for and in consideration of five Shillings…one certain tract of Land containing two hundred and Fifty Acres more or less and is part of a greater tract Scituate Lying and being in the County of Augusta…and joyning to the Lands of John Calfee Reubin Paget and Philip Crume…uper side of East Branch of flint Run…Yielding and paying the rent of one Ear of Indian Corn at the feast of St. Michaels the Arch Angel…

    Willm. Calf
    Mary Calfee

    Wit: Jacob Harill
    Henry McDonnell
    John (X) Harill

    Recorded: 7 May 1754

    Harrell, Calfee
    1 May 1754Frederick County, VAHarrilJacob and MarthyFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 118-119 [Frederick County Deed Book 3, p. 223]

    [Lease] Between Jacob Harril of Frederick County [to] Thomas Robinson of the same County…consideration of five Shillings...Parciel of Land containing One Hundred acres more or less situate lying and being on one of the East Branches of flint Run…corner of John Calfee...it being part of a tract of Land taken up by Reubin Paget...from the Proprietors Office 1749 and since by a Deed of Conveyance become the Estate of said Jacob Harril...yielding and paying rent of one pepper corn at the feast of St. Michaels the Arch angel...

    Jacob Harrill
    Marthy (X) Harrell

    Wit: William Calfee
    Henry McDonnell
    Thomas ( ) Cockrell
    Recorded: 7 May 1754

    Harrell, Martha
    9 Mar 1743Frederick County, VAHarroldJonathanFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 4 [Frederick County Deed Book 1, p. 46]

    [Lease] Between John Mills of Prince Georges County in province of Maryland Farmer [to] Jonathan Harrold of Opechan in the County of Frederick & Collony of Virginia Husbandman...Consideration of five Shillings...part of the Tract of Land Granted to the said John Mills Sen. by Patent bearing date 12th Nov. 1735...the whole tract containing one thousand three hundred & fifteen Acres...Containing by Survey one hundred and fifty Acres

    Wit: none
    John (O) Mills
    Recorded: 9 March 1743

    John Harrell
    9 Mar 1743Frederick County, VAHarroldJonathanFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 4 [Frederick County Deed Book 1, p. 46]

    [Release] Between John Mills of Prince Georges County in province of Maryland Farmer [to] Jonathan Harrold of Opechon in County of Frederick & Collony of Virginia Consideration of fifteen pounds 150 Acres (same as above)...

    John Harrell
    6 Aug 1750Frederick County, VAHarroldJonathanFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 67 [Frederick County Deed Book 2, p. 147]

    [Lease] Between Jonathan Harrold of Opehon in County of Frederick [to] John Mills Sen. of the same County both farmers...Consideration of five Shillings...a certain tract of Land which was conveyed by the said John Mills unto the said Jonathan Harrold by deed of sale the 9th June 1743 & being part of that Tract of Land granted to John Mills Sen. by patent Containing 1,315 Acres bearing date 12th Nov. 1735...containing by survey one hundred & fifty Acres...

    Wit: none Jonathan (H) Harrold
    Recorded: 14 Aug. 1750

    John Harrell
    7 Aug 1750Frederick County, VAHarroldJonathanFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 67 [Frederick County Deed Book 2, p. 149

    [Release] Between Jonathan Harrold of Opehon County of Frederick [to] John Mills Sen. of the same County...Consideration of Eighteen pounds...150 Acres (same as above)...

    Wit: none
    Jonathan (H) Harrold
    Recorded: 14 Aug. 1750

    John Harrell
    27 Apr 1753Frederick County, VAHarroldJonathanFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 106 [Frederick County Deed Book 3, p. 64]

    [Lease] Between John Mills of County of Frederick farmer [to] Jacob Rees late of Nottingham in County of Chester and Province of Pennsylvania Mason...consideration of five Shillings...Tract of Land sold by Thomas Hills to John Thomson by Indenture the 31st August 1745 and then granted to John Hills by John Tomson by Indenture the 2nd June 1749 all should appear on record...by Estimation containing 130 acres and also that Tract of Land which was conveyed by John Mills to Jonathan Harrold by deed of Sale the 9th March 1743 and now being in possession of sd John Mills by virtue of a Deed of Sale from Harrold the 6th August 1750 both Tracts being part of that tract of Land granted to sd John Mills Sen. by patent containing 1,315 acres the 12th Nov. 1735...

    John (O) Mills
    Wit: Horris Rees Sen.
    Morris Rees Jun.
    James Humphreys
    Recorded: 6 June 1753

    John Harrell
    3 May 1754Frederick County, VAHarrillJacobFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 118 [Frederick County Deed Book 3, p. 211]

    [Lease] Between William Calfee of Frederick County [to] Willm. Lynch of Prince William County...consideration of five Shillings...parcel of Land containing two hundred Acres situate lying and being in the fork of flint run...being part of a Patent taken up by the sd Wm. Calfee from the Proprietors Office the 13th June 1751...yielding and paying the rent of one pepper corn at the feast of St. Michaels the Arch Angel...

    William Calfee
    Mary Calfee

    Wit: Jacob Harrill
    Henry McDonnell
    Chrisfir (W) Marr
    Recorded 7 May 1754

    Harrell
    2 May 1754Frederick County, VAHarrillJacob and MarthyFrederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 1, Deed Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 1743-1758, abstracted by Amelia C. Gilreath, p. 119 [Frederick County Deed Book 3, p. 225]

    [Release] Between Jacob Harrill of Frederick County [to] Thomas Robinson of the same County...consideration of twenty Pounds...100 Acres (same as above)

    Jacob Harrill
    Marthy (X) Harrill

    Wit: same as above
    Recorded: 7 May 1754

    Jacob, Martha, Harrell