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41. 1720, Essex County, VA
HARROW, HUGH, Inv. & Rec. May 17, 1720.
42. 1720, Northumberland County, VA
WILLIAM HERRELL, son of JOHN, born 13 October 1720.
43. 1721, Northumberland County, VA
GILBERT HARRELL, son of JA’S, born 14 October 1721.
44. 1728, Stafford County, VA
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.
45. 1729, Stafford County, VA
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.
46. 1731, Prince William County, VA
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.
47. 1731, Northumberland County, VA
ROSANA HEARALD, daughter of JA’S and MARY, born 24 December 1731.
48. 1735, Orange County, VA
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.
49. 1735, Frederick County, VA
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.
50. 1737, Orange County, VA
Petition dated 23 July 1737: JOHN HARROW is among a group of petitioners for a wagon road through Chester’s Gap.
51. 1739, Prince William County, VA
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.
52. 1740, Prince William County, VA
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).
53. 1740, Orange County, VA
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.
54. 1740, Prince William County, VA
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.
55. 1741, Prince William County, VA
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.
56. 1742, Stafford County, VA
Green, William & JUDITH HARRELL; 21 January 1742 (Stafford County Marriages)
57. 1742, Prince William County, VA
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.
58. 1743, Augusta County, VA
crost the South River of the Shenandoah at the limestone rocks below Richard Harrel’s bottom after crossing the mountains and Happy Creek.
59. 1743, Frederick County, VA
[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
John (O) Mills
Recorded: 9 March 1743
60. 1743, Frederick County, VA
[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)…