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Graham John
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  • Gender  Male 
    Person ID  I187  Middleton and Extended Families
    Last Modified  06 Aug 2013 
     
    Family  Middleton Mary Fleet,   b. 21 Feb 1782, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  12 Oct 1801  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Graham Mary Elizabeth
    Last Modified  12 Jun 2010 
    Family ID  F71  Group Sheet
     
  • Event Map
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    Link to Google MapsMarried - 12 Oct 1801 - Westmoreland County, Virginia Link to Google Earth
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  • Histories Rochester House
    Rochester House, National Register of Historic Places
    Lyells, Westmoreland County Virginia
     
  • Notes 
    • JOHN GRAHAM and THOMAS PLUMMER, in the Superior Court for the District of Richmond, Westmoreland, Lancaster and Northumberland Counties. Orders, Deeds, etc. Northumberland District Court, 395, 2/15/1805. ? . . . in consideration of Mary, the wife of said John [Graham] having this day voluntarily relinqsh?d her rights to a moiety of a tract of land devised to her by her deceased father Captain William Middleton to her sister Eliza Monroe and for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to her in hand paid by Thomas Plummer, Esq. does bargain and sell unto said Thomas the following negro slaves . . . upon special trust that said John during his life enjoy the benefit of their labor . . .? On his death the slaves revert to Mary. Witness Jo Jo Monroe, John Middleton, William Middleton, Charles R. Thompson.

      MARY [Mary Fleet Middleton, d. of Capt. William] IS NOW OUT OF THE LAND. WENT TO ELIZABETH COX MONROE.

      Then:

      In the Superior Court for the District of Richmond, Westmoreland, Lancaster and Northumberland Counties. Orders, Deeds, etc. Northumberland District Court, 434, 7/10/1805, 9/4/1805 JAMES J. & ELIZABETH MONROE of Northumberland Co. to PETER PRESLEY [PETER P. in most places in deed] COX [son of Fleet, Sr.] of Westmoreland Co. Elizabeth as one of two daughters and devisees. [of Capt. William Middleton] $1000. 300 acres STONY HILL ?being described to be all the land which aforesaid Capt. William Middleton, dec. died by his last will and testament devised to his two daughters Elizabeth and Mary Fleet? Bounded on the west by the road from Kinsale to Richmond County; adjacent to the land of Fleet Cox, dec. and William Wright, on the north and by the east . . . Fleet Cox, dec and the east by the lands of the aforesaid Peter P. Cox south by Tr+++ King and Nathaniel Oldham.

      The 300 acres is way too large. Later it was said to be 100. Stony Hill was the old arrow shaped land at the north end of the patent. It is the land Robert sold in 1686 and which Robert, his grandson, retrieved in 1761. At lease I know how the land got to the Cox family.