1698/9, Mar 12-Will of Thomas Harwar of Essex County. Mentions
daughter Elizabeth (legacy given to her in will of John Penn).
Rest of estate to son Thomas Harwar. Son to be executor, with
assistance from friends Capt. Edward Thomas and Mr. Leonard
Hill. Signed Thomas Harwar Senior.
Wit: Daniell Whitehorne, Gerard Greenwood, Edward Adcocke.
Proved 11 Jul 1698.
"Frederick County, Virginia, Will Book 1, Page 387 - In the name
of God Amen, I John Lehew of Frederick County in the Colony of
Virginia. I being in my perfect mind and memory do make
constitute and allow this my last will and testament in manner
and form following. First, I bequeath my soul to God that gave
it and as to my lands and all my worldly goods I give and demise
and dispose of as followeth: after my just debts and funeral
expenses is paid to my brother Spencer Lehew’s son John Lehew my
land whereon George Check now lives, the still and mill and all
the appurtenances thereon and my Negro fellow Will and Negro
Moll and 11 heads of cattle now in my possession and a feather
bed and 15 heads of hogs and to my Brother William Lehew’s son
William Lehew I bequeath one hundred pounds current money of
Virginia to be paid to him at the age of 21 to be paid by my
brother Spencer Lehew for John Lehew out of my Estate as Witness
my hand this 26th January 1777. Signed John Lehew. Witnesses:
William Jennings & Spencer Lehew. At a court held for Frederick
County the 2nd day of June 1778. This will proved by the oaths
of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the
motion of Spencer Lehew certificate is granted him for obtaining
letters of Administration on with the will annexed of the said
Estate he having made oath according to law & with security
entered into & acknowledged bond conditioned as the law
King George County, Virginia: In Deed Book A1 King George
County, Virginia page 14 Humphrey Quisenbury left his will. He
mentions wife Mary Quisenbury mentions son John Quisenbury.
pages 15-22 of this book is missing as is the rest of the will
of Humphrey Quisenbury. (The Will before Humphrey's will is the
will of John Underwood Senior dated 7 July 1722.
The Election of 1752 in King George County, Virginia list two
Quisenbury men, namely James and John