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Viewers of Tobacco Crop, 1639 For the North side of Appomattox River: Mr. William Hatcher, Thos. Shippay, Rich’d Johnson. Source: http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I43718&tree=WmTheImRead More
This land grant, dated 1 July 1637, was William’s second for 850 acres. The interesting aspect of this grant is that it appears he is once again receiving acreage for transporting people, including the same 3 individuals from his 1st grant in 1636 – Alice Emmerton, Richard Radford, John Winchester. Source: http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I43718&tree=WmTheImRead More
William Hatcher is granted 200 ac Henrico Co on Appomatuck River “near to the land of Elizabeth Warde, widow”, 50 for his personal adventures and 150 for transporting 3 persons including himself. Near to the land of Pearse and Mary Box.Read More
This land grant, dated 1 June 1636, was William’s first – 200 acres for the importation of three people -Alice Emmerton, Richard Radford, John Winchester. Source: http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I43718&tree=WmTheImRead More
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.…Read More
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…Read More
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=WmTheImRead More
Edward Hatcher for affection to Henry Turpin, son to his daughter Sarah and her husband Matthew Turpin, 1 brown cow calf, when he is 18. 1 June 1686 Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.370Read More
Several years ago Edward Hatcher of Henrico Co., for love and affection gave to his grandchild Mary Gower, daughter of Richard and Martha Gower, 1 cow calf and 1 mare, which have since increased to 5 head cattle & 1 mare & filly. Gower has disposed of 2 of the cattle. Now for good will…Read More
The following record is the first in which Edward is referred to as Sr, implying son Edward has come of age. LDS Film 31770 Transcribed by Cecil Q Larsen This Indenture made the first of the Month Called ffeby. in the year of our Lord one Thousand Six Hundred Ninety and three by & between…Read More