William Hatcher

Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705 p . 410

Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.410 Edward Hatcher, Sr. and William Hatcher, Sr. and John Hatcher, sons of said Edward of “Neckaland” in Henrico Co., planters, to John Woodson of same, merchant, for L148, land on south side of James River known as “Neckaland”, bounded by land where Henry Hatcher, formerly dwelt, land formerly…

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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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Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705 p 122

Agreement between Benjamin Hatcher and Robert Sharpe, both inhabitants of Henrico Co.,: There is now a tract in the county called Varina, lately in possession of William Hatcher, dec’d, and claimed at law by said Robert Sharpe, and the right of said William since his death being derived to said Benjamin Hatcher, and also claimed…

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Cavaliers & Pioneers Patent Book 6 p 154, 529

Patent Book 6 page 529. Mr Will Hatcher, 227 acs, Henrico Co, S side James Riv, 26 Sept 1674, Bet. Gilbert Elam & Henry Lown. Trans of 5 pers: Tho. Childers, Sarah Poynter, Hen. Davernett, Edwd Stringer, Ann Fryer. pg. 154, Patent Book 6 HENRY LOWNE, 516 acs. Henrico Co., S. side James Riv., 26…

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Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666

From “”. These 3 importees were Alice Emmerton, Richard Radford, and John Winchester. And in 1637 William Hatcher again imported 3 people: Benjamin Gregory, Thomas Browne, and Charles Howell. Source: http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I43718&tree=WmTheIm

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The Records of Henrico County, Virginia 1677-1771

Court held in Varina December 1, 1677 Page 7, Item 6 Deposition of Wm Hatcher, aged about 63, that Richard Martin said certain of his goods were seized for the passage of himself and two servants. by William G. Stanard, Richmond Virginia, 1877 Source: http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I43718&tree=WmTheIm

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The House of Burgesses and William Hatcher

A Little Parliament, by Warren M. Billings, 2004. p. 37 discussing the rules for the House of Burgesses of VA. In tone and substance, those rules bore marked resemblance to orders then in force in the House of Commons [of Parliament in England]. Burgesses were to attend whenever the House sat; those who absented themselves…

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