Edward Hatcher

Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705 p 127

1 April 1680 Edward Hatcher, son of William Hatcher, of Varina Parish, Henrico Co., dec’d, to Benjamin Hatcher, son of said William Hatcher, for sake of quiet and peaceable settlement of estate left by their father and to avoid future suits and quarrels, confer each to the other 1/2 of personal estate left by their…

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The History of Henrico Co. Virginia by Pauline Pearce

Edward Hatcher owned 1300 acres of land on the north side of the James River beginning next to Lily Valley. It was a long, narrow crooked piece of land. Fort Gregg and Fort Gilmer are on it. (Fall of the last stronghold. Until the very last, Fort Gilmer stood impregnable against attacks by Northern troops.…

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Tax list of Inhabitants in Henrico County in 1679

1679 Tythables For Henrico County Att a Court holden att Varina for the County of Henrico the second day of June Anno Dom 1679… An account of ye several fortye Tythables ordered by this Wor’ll Court to fitt out men and horse armes &c. according to act, vis: ——————————— In Bermuda Hundred: Curls ——————————— Mr. Martin…

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Henrico County, Virginia Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705 p296

1 Feb. 1688 There is due to Edward Hatcher 600 acres, for importation of: Thomas Devin, Robert Hall, John Lanthrope, John Louth, Elizabeth Clifton, Ann Scofield, Sarah Somerseale, Kath. Gerrald, Thomas Elder, William Leigh, Joshua Loader, Thomas Hagen.  Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p. 296   Source: http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I43720&tree=WmTheIm

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Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1688-1697 p 28

Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.28 Edward Hatcher of Henrico Co., planter, for valuable consideration, to William Cox of Henrico Co., planter, and Richard Cox of same, planter, 300 acres, part of a greater tract granted said Hatcher 6 Oct. 1675 for 1300 acres on Cornelius Creek on north side of James River. Wit:…

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