Colonial Records of Henrico Co., Book 2, p. 61: Mr. Richd Ligon & Mr. Robert Hancock enter themselves Security for Mr. William Ligon's future good behaviour, to Continue dureing the pleasure of ye Court & to enter into bond for ye same.
Colonial Records of Henrico Co., Book 2, p.66: Att a Court at Varina ... eighteenth day of November ... 1678.
Edward Hatcher aged about 46 yeares: Deposeth: That when ye right Honble Governor was last up in these parts and this deponent and others kept guard at ye Worlds end one Tho: Perren or some other at ye worlds end told Major Lygon that Mr Tibbald had a fatt Cow ... and killed as this deponent heard, but he did not see her killed, and further saith not. Edwd Hatcher...
Colonial Records of Henrico Co., Book 2, p. 137: Comit: Henrici primo die ffeby Dom 1682. Mr William Lygon refusing to serve being sumoned as a Juryman ...
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Colonial Records of Henrico Co., Book 5, pp. 338-339: ATT A COURT held at Varina for the County of Henrico by their Maties Justices of the Peace for the sd County on the twentyeth day of August by Adjournmt from the first of ye sd month in ye fourth year of ye Reign of Our Sovereign Lord & Lady King Willm & Queen Mary &c: & in ye year of our Lord God, 1692.
TO ALL TO WHOM these Psents shall come Greeting in our Lord God Everlasting Know ye by these Psents That I Willm Midgely of the Parish of Bristoll in the County of Henrico for a Considerable valuacom already recd have hereby bargained Sold passed over conveyed & assured for me my Heirs Exec:rs Adm: & assigns a Certain parcell of Land unto Mary Ligon the Widdow of Willm Ligon of the Same Parish & County aforesd wch Land is Scituate lying & being as hereafter followeth Viz:t the Full & compleat Quantity of two hundred Acres begining at a Corner black Oak on Swift Creek in the Pish & County afores'd belonging to the Land of sd Eusebius King & Runeth thence along the sd King's Line North East One hundrd & SIxty Poles to a Corner Hokickory thence Northwest crossing Parsimmon Branch & soe along that line & the same length
land transaction to Mary Ligon continued.
Colonial Records of Henrico Co., Book 5, p. 637: To all to whom these presents shall come greeting in our Lord God Everlasting Know ye by these presents that I Mary Lygon WIdow of Wm Lygon deceased of the County of Hen:co & the parish of Bristoll for a Considerable Valuation already recd have hereby bargained Sold passed over Conveyed & Assured from me My Heirs Exec.rs Adm.rs & Assigns a certaine parcell of land unto my Mother Mary Platt Widow of Gilbert Platt of the parish of Varina . . .
Will of Martha Stratton names Mary Liggon as cousin 1692
February 1, 1695 - Mrs. Mary Platt comes into Court with the last will as she pretends of her Sister, Martha Stratton late of this County deceased ...