Gottlieb Zink of Shenandoah County, Virginia

Gottlieb Zin(c)k (born about 1730) married Barbara Funkhouser in Frederick (now Shenandoah) County, Virginia, about 1752 (see web page by Donn C. Neal). Barbara was the daughter of Jacob Funkhouser, who owned property on Funk's Mill Creek (now Tumbling Run). This is a study of the area where Gottlieb lived on Stony Creek.

 


 

 

Linked below are tract maps for the northerly areas of Stony Creek. There are 77 tracts of land plotted on the maps, with grant dates from 1754 to 1851. This is not an exhaustive study of the tracts granted in this area during the stated period. However, the majority of tracts granted prior to 1800 are plotted. The data in the tables below should be used in conjunction with the maps for interpretation.

Tract Map Key (lower resolution, tract boundaries only - 331 KB)

Tract Map Key as an overlay in Google Earth (you need Google Earth installed on your computer for this link:

http://earth.google.com )

Tract Map of Stony Creek (high resolution, including topographic map background - 2.98 MB)

I welcome any comments and corrections to the maps and information presented here. You may contact me at the email address provided below.

Jeffrey La Favre
jlafavre@jcu.edu

Return to master page on Gottlieb Zink and George Brock

last updated December 1, 2008

 

 

Data to Accompany Tract Maps of Stony Creek, Shenandoah County, Virginia

Name of Grantee

Map Label

Assignee of:

Acres

Warrant Date

Survey Date

Grant Date

Anderick, Frederick

FA226

 

226

 

18 NOV 1771

27 JUN 1787

Barb, Abraham

AB338

 

338

8 SEP 1783

13 NOV 1786

13 AUG 1789

Barb, Jacob, Sr.

JB245

 

245

1000 acres to William C. Williams, 25 JUL 1794, part assigned to Jacob Barb Sr. with an entry date of 28 FEB 1803

26 JUL 1804

12 NOV 1805

Bean, William

WB400

 

400

NW

date torn from page

12 APR 1762

Beeler, Ulrick

UB384

John McKenny, George Onman/Amand

384

4 APR 1752

11 APR 1753

9 OCT 1766

Bernhard, George

GB330

 

330

entry
17 AUG 1785

12 JUN 1786

3 JUN 1788

Biteler, Jacob

JB289

Peter Hoop, Gabriel Seager

289

 

for Peter Hoop
31 JAN 1775

9 JUN 1788

Borden, Jacob

JB400

Randle Borden, John Baily

400

NW

for John Bayley
9 MAY 1753

11 AUG 1767

Bowen, Henry

HB276

 

276

entry
31 AUG 1785

6 APR 1786

13 AUG 1789

Coffield, George

CG400

Edward Rian 1774

400

Edward Rian
28 SEP 1753

Edward Rian
29 DEC 1753

14 APR 1774

Coffield, George

GC300

 

300

17 FEB 1752

27 APR 1752

14 AUG 1766

Defort, Jacob

JD268

Jacob Row
1774

268

14 SEP 1773

4 APR 1774

24 APR 1778

Dillinger, Christian

CD400

 

400

 

 

11 JUL 1766

Dellinger, Christian

CD340

 

340

 

26 DEC 1794

29 DEC 1795

Dellinger, Emmanuel

ED113

Elias Coffield (decd)

113

 

 

20 OCT 1780

Dellinger, Emmanuel

ED10.5

 

10.5

entry
19 APR 1785

28 AUG 1786

17 AUG 1789

Dellinger, Emanuel

ED180

 

180

 

 

17 AUG 1789

Dellinger, George

GD180

 

180

entry
19 APR 1785

15 NOV 1786

19 AUG 1789

Freed, Jacob

JF180

George Brock
23 JUL 1787

180

15 AUG 1780
obtained by George Brock

for George Brock
4 JUL 1787

6 JUN 1788

Freed, Paul

PF159

Cudlip Sink [Gottlieb Zink] & Gabriel Sagar
22 AUG 1787

159

 

8 MAY 1778
for Gabriel Sagar and Cudlip Sink [Gottlieb Zink]

11 AUG 1789

Funkhouser, Christian

CF260

 

260

4 APR 1753

10 MAY 1753

13 AUG 1766

Funkhouser, Christian

CF250

 

250

entry
2 JUN 1785

30 JAN 1787

13 AUG 1789

Gander, Peter

PG200

Michael Shaver
5 NOV 1787

200

 

12 MAY 1778

9 JUN 1788

Harrison, Burr, Sr.

BH200

George Harrison, forfeited by Henry Burge (where Burge lives)

200

NW

3 JAN 1755

5 MAY 1768

Harrison, Burr, Sr.

BH234

Leonard Garrison

234

22 JUN 1765

20 NOV 1766

7 MAY 1768

Harrison, George

GH300

heirs of John Cristy, decd.

300

 

 

31 JAN 1777

Helsley, Henry
Rinker, Absalom
(Jacobs Church)

HH120

 

120

entry by
H.H. & A.R.
19 APR 1785

29 AUG 1786

18 AUG 1789

Helsley, Jacob

JH25

 

25

 

 

15 MAR 1779

Helsly, Jacob

JH275

Frederick Fisher, Jr.

275

4 APR 1753

14 MAY 1753

31 JUL 1766

Hess, Abraham

AH95

Hercules Mears

95

entry by Hercules Mears
27 JUL 1785

6 AUG 1788

19 AUG 1789

Hoy, Elizabeth
Hoy, Zacheriah
Hoy, Mary
Hoy, Francis Charles

EH91

 

91

entry by Valentine Coffield
10 FEB 1762

24 DEC 1788

10 DEC 1789

Ilor, Adolph

AI400

 

400

NW

10 MAY 1751

27 SEP 1756

Ilor, Adolph

AI419

Mark Ilor

419

30 OCT 1752

19 DEC 1752

9 SEP 1766

Kingly, John

JK230

Simon Fisher

230

9 APR 1771

12 APR 1774

6 APR 1780

Lonas, George

GL320

Henry Sporr 7 DEC 1775

320

 

for Henry Sporr
9 MAY 1778
[assign date of 1775 and survey for H.S. in 1778 conflict, but are given here as found in survey]

9 JUN 1788

Messersmith, Henry

HM200

John Hoy, Christopher Coffield, Elias Coffield, Peter Coffield

200

part of 273 acres surveyed 18 JUN 1754 for Peter Coffield

7 NOV 1780

7 AUG 1789

Naselrod, Lewis

LN76.5

 

76.5

500 acres to Reuben Walton
31 OCT 1830
part assigned to L. N. with entry date of 6 NOV 1850

10 NOV 1850

1 NOV 1851

Poke, Adam

AP128

 

128

500 acres to Jacob Rinker
7 NOV 1797
part assigned to A. P. with an entry date of 4 APR 1798

3 APR 1800

1 DEC 1801

Pugh, Joseph [Jr.]

JP300

Joseph Pugh Sr., John Koppel 1753, Adam Fox

300

30 OCT 1752

23 DEC 1752

9 SEP 1778

Pugh, Joseph
Redd, George

JP220

Charles Taylor

220

8 MAR 1753

2 JAN 1755

28 APR 1761

Rider, Catharine
Rider, Jacob
Rider, Peter

CR180

 

180

500 acres to Jacob Rinker
7 NOV 1797
part assigned to grantees with entry date of 26 APR 1800

3 JUN 1800

30 NOV 1801

Rinker, Casper

CR245

 

245

entry 23 OCT 1784

27 OCT 1787

4 JUN 1788

Rinker, Jacob, Sr.

JR200

 

200

entry 16 APR 1785

26 AUG 1788

13 AUG 1789

Rinker, Jacob

JR386

 

386

 

 

9 JAN 1764

Rode, Abraham
Rode, John
Rode, Jacob

AR251

Henry Travel, Mark Iler

251

 

for Mark Iler
26 APR 1776

10 MAR 1789

Roman, Henry
[Henry Bowman]

HR175

Adolph Ilor 1766

175

NW

19 DEC 1752

14 JUL 1766

Rush, Valentine, Sr.
[Valentine Rust]

VR210

 

210

NW

7 APR 1774

22 MAY 1778

Russell, John

JR370

 

370

1978 acres to Nicholas Albert
27 JUN 1783
part assigned to J. R. with entry date of 8 OCT 1803

26 DEC 1804

14 OCT 1806

Ryan, Edward

ER400

 

400

NW

10 MAY 1753

9 SEP 1766

Sailer, Godfrey

GS18.5

 

18.5

1100 acres to Abraham Bird
11 DEC 1783
part assigned to G. S. with entry date of 31 JAN 1795

26 AUG 1796

8 JAN 1799

Sayger, Gabriel

GS154

Jacob Sink

154

entry by Jacob Sink
2 FEB 1785

for G. Sayger
25 MAY 1791

12 AUG 1794

Sheffer, Christian

CS400

William Brinkly

400

entry by William Brinkley
9 ARP 1784

for C. Sheffer
22 AUG 1789

14 SEP 1791

Shoemaker, George

GS191

 

191

30 AUG 1773

10 MAY 1778

24 APR 1779

Shoemaker, George

GS85

Mary Shoemaker

85

entry by Mary Shoemaker
31 JAN 1785

7 DEC 1789

13 JUL 1792

Sink, Cudlip
[Gottlieb Zink]

CS114

 

114

7 APR 1774

9 APR 1774

5 FEB 1778

Sink, Culdep
[Gottlieb Zink]

CS294

Martin Roller 1766

294

NW

22 DEC 1752

12 JUL 1766

Smith, Adam

AS210

William C. Williams

210

1000 acres for William C. Williams
7 MAY 1794
part assigned to A. S. with entry date of 17 MAY 1794

for A. Smith
7 SEP 1798

8 OCT 1800

Spitler, John

JS30

 

30

500 acres for Jacob Rinker, Sr.
19 MAR 1816
part assigned to J. S.

27 APR 1824

19 SEP 1825

Stout, Dan
(and Elisabeth his wife)

DS450

 

450

NW

27 NOV 1751

16 SEP 1761

Stover, Peter

PS375

Martin Roller 1766

375

30 OCT 1752

14 DEC 1753

13 SEP 1766

Shouman, Stephen

SS300

 

300

 

 

23 JUL 1787

Voltz, Joshua

JV200

 

200

entry 10 JUL 1784

16 NOV 1786

3 JUN 1788

Voltz, Peter

PV400

Barbara Road [wife of Jacob Powsel]

400

NW

17 APR 1775

2 MAR 1778

Waggoner, Ulrick

UW350

 

350

entry 8 OCT 1785

15 DEC 1790

12 JUL 1792

Weatherholt, Henry

HW84

John Kingry (to H.W. 28 OCT 1788), Christopher Young

84

 

2 NOV 1781

13 JUL 1792

Weatherholt, Henry

HW100

Jacob Rinker & Robert Macky [executors for Isaac Zane, decd]

100

666 1/2 acres to Isaac Zane
11 DEC 1794
part assigned to H. W.

15 MAR 1806

24 FEB 1809

Weaver, Adam

AW83

 

83

 

1 FEB 1775

2 MAR 1789

Weaver, Adam

AW86

 

86

entry 21 SEP 1785

2 NOV 1790

10 JUN 1791

Webb, Daniel

DW25

 

25

 

 

1 DEC 1801

Webb, Daniel

DW50

 

50

 

27 MAY 1800

5 MAY 1802

Windle, Augustine

AW145

 

145

8 MAR 1775

13 SEP 1788

21 AUG 1789

Wolf, Jacob

JW400

 

400

NW

7 NOV 1751

17 NOV 1754

Young, Christopher

CY70

Henry Roman 13 SEP 1788

70

 

for Henry Roman
9 MAR 1775

11 AUG 1789

Zane, Isaac

IZ338

 

338

20 JUL 1767

3 APR 1774

27 OCT 1778

Zane, Isaac, Col.

IZ350B

 

350

6 AUG 1767

2 APR 1774

24 OCT 1778

Zane, Isaac, Col.

IZ350A

 

350

6 AUG 1767

2 APR 1774

26 OCT 1778

Zane, Isaac, Col.

IZ390

 

390

20 JUL 1767

6 APR 1774

23 OCT 1778

NW = No Warrant

In Assignee column, if there was more than one, the names are separated by commas (e.g. John Hoy, Christopher Coffield, Elias Coffield, Peter Coffield should be understood as: Henry Messersmith was the assignee of John Hoy, who was the assignee of Christopher Coffield, who was the assignee of Elias Coffield, who was the assignee of Peter Coffield). Names separated by ampersand (&) indicate multiple owners at the same time.

Assignee Names, Warrant Dates and Survey Dates were obtained from Peggy Shomo Joyner's books "Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys" or original documents (surveys and grants).

Grantee Names and Grant Dates were obtained from the original grants (digital images available online at the Library of Virginia). The names are spelled as they are in the grants. As is commonly known, the spellings of names, especially last names, varied considerably between documents for some individuals. Thus, a single individual may be represented by a number of spelling variations. The author of these maps did not attempt to sort out individuals, but rather has presented names as they appear in the grants. In some instances, alternative spellings are supplied in parentheses.

Corner and Line Key for Surveys on Stony Creek

The surveys list trees and geographical features for most corners. In addition, some information may be supplied for a line (e.g. "crossing a creek" or "running along a ridge"). A number located near a corner is a label for the nearby corner. A number near a line, but not near a corner, is a label for that line. If a line is said to cross a creek, usually the exact location of crossing is not indicated. Thus, a number label for a line should not be interpreted to mark the exact location of a described feature on the line, unless specified in the key below..

One must be careful in matching corners of adjacent tracts by the tree descriptions because they can vary between surveys for the same point. The geographical descriptions may vary as well (for example, in one survey a corner may be described as "on a hill" and in another survey the same corner may be described as "on a ridge"). In any case, the descriptions of trees are of no value when attempting to apply survey lines to a modern topographical map. However, the geographical descriptions can be useful. For this reason, the geographical descriptions for corners and lines are included in the maps, marked by number labels. Use the key below to translate the numbers to descriptions. One must keep in mind that some features may change over a period of time, particularly the course of a river or creek, when running through relatively flat terrain. Thus, we must not demand that a 250-year-old survey describe all points of geographical interest at the locations that match a modern topographical map. In attempting to apply these old surveys to the terrain, as visualized on a topographic map, I have tried my best to position the surveys near their true locations. However hard one may try, this is not possible to a high degree of accuracy, due to a lack of sufficient data. For those who need to know the exact location of a tract, these maps will fail in most cases. Nevertheless, they probably provide a relatively close approximation to the true locations in many cases. And perhaps more importantly, they provide information on the neighbors of many families.

  1. by a small branch
  2. head of a deep valley
  3. crossing Laurel Branch, crossing Laurel Spring Branch
  4. top of a high knoll, on a high knoll
  5. top of a hill
  6. foot of a hill, near Stony Creek
  7. bank of Stony Creek
  8. near top of a ridge
  9. between bank of the [Stony] creek and foot of a hill
  10. crossing the [Stony] creek
  11. northwesterly side of creek, near creek, near foot of a very steep hill on opposite side of creek 
  12. east side of creek by deep drain
  13. in flat land
  14. on a hillside
  15. by a valley
  16. brow of a small hill
  17. on a cliff by the creek
  18. crossing a branch, crossing the branch
  19. bottom land by a branch
  20. on a steep hillside
  21. crossing the creek [at a specified distance from adjacent corner]
  22. flat land by a branch
  23. by a deep drain
  24. in a valley
  25. pretty level ground
  26. on a hill
  27. brow of a hill
  28. north east side of steep hill
  29. east side of a ridge
  30. south side of a steep stony hill
  31. south side of a hill
  32. about 30 poles from Stony Creek, north side of a hill
  33. bank of Ryans Run
  34. steep bank near Stony Creek
  35. north bank of Stony Creek by high bank abutting opposite side of creek
  36. top of Stony Creek Ridge
  37. top of Stony Creek Ridge by a path
  38. nearly top of ridge
  39. near top of [Stony Creek] ridge
  40. on a ridge
  41. on Stony Creek Ridge
  42. south side Stony Creek Ridge
  43. crossing Ryals Run creek [at a specified distance from adjacent corner]
  44. spur of a mountain
  45. side of a large hill
  46. on a level
  47. near top of a hill
  48. north side of Glossips Run
  49. east side Little North Mountain
  50. near top of Little North Mountain
  51. near head of a spring, north side Glossips Run
  52. top of a ridge, near Little North Mountain
  53. by a branch
  54. top of a ridge
  55. west side of Little North Mountain
  56. by a pond
  57. bank of a branch of Beans Run
  58. by a branch of Beans Run
  59. crossing run
  60. on a flat
  61. side of a hill
  62. east side of ridge
  63. crossing Ryans Run [at a specified distance from adjacent corner]
  64. side of a ridge
  65. near a valley
  66. west bank of branch
  67. in a hollow
  68. on a cliff
  69. steep hillside
  70. north westwardly bank Stony Creek
  71. easterly side of a hill
  72. south side of a ridge
  73. top of a very high point of a ridge
  74. side of a very steep hill
  75. point of a hill
  76. head of a drain or valley
  77. brow of a steep hill

 

  1. north side Stony Creek
  2. on a hillside by a drain
  3. spur of a ridge
  4. east side of the [Elk] run by a drain
  5. end of a ridge
  6. bank of a gully
  7. bank of Beans Run in a gap of the Little North Mountain
  8. north bank of a branch
  9. foot of a hill
  10. north side of a hill
  11. on a large ridge
  12. side of a hill, near the main road
  13. on south branch of Stony Creek and south side of said branch on a large ridge
  14. near the branch
  15. crossing Liberty Run
  16. on a knoll
  17. a little to the south side of the top of Timber Ridge
  18. top of Timber Ridge
  19. west side of a hill
  20. side of a large ridge
  21. in a hollow by a branch
  22. on a high hill
  23. foot of a knoll
  24. on a large ridge on south side of branch
  25. head of a valley
  26. in a deep valley by a branch
  27. south side of a large ridge
  28. north bank Ryalls Run
  29. crossing Ryalls Run
  30. north side of a gully
  31. point of a ridge
  32. along the mountain
  33. near the top of Three Mile Mountain
  34. near a branch
  35. side of a mountain
  36. south side of draught of Stony Creek
  37. spur of Three Mile Mountain
  38. side of Three Mile Mountain
  39. near Three Mile Mountain
  40. east side of Three Mile Mountain
  41. up Three Mile Mountain
  42. top of mountain
  43. along Three Mile Mountain
  44. gully at foot of the mountain
  45. south bank of Laurel Run
  46. high point of a hill
  47. west side of a ridge near the top
  48. on a brow
  49. south east side of Devils Hole Mountain
  50. side of Ornament Mountain
  51. north bank of Laurel Run
  52. crossing the run twice
  53. in a small bottom
  54. side of Devils Hole Mountain
  55. small bottom near Stony Creek
  56. under a ledge of the Round Top Hill
  57. crossing Little Stony Creek  [at a specified distance from adjacent corner]
  58. point of a mountain, small bottom near Stony Creek
  59. crossing the creek and mountain
  60. on a hill west side of Stony Creek
  61. crossing Stony Creek  [at a specified distance from adjacent corner]
  62. by a run
  63. crossing Laurel Run  [at a specified distance from adjacent corner]
  64. bank of Laurel Run
  65. top of Little North Mountain
  66. north side of creek in a deep valley
  67. foot of a ridge
  68. point of a steep hill
  69. crossing Stony Creek at a precipice [at a specified distance from adjacent corner]
  70. along creggy side of a small mountain
  71. crossing Stony Creek
  72. stony gully at foot of Three Mile Mountain
  73. south bank of Stony Creek at foot of a mountain
  74. ascending mountain
  75. large rock on side of a mountain, amongst other large stones
  76. foot of a hill by a branch
  77. westerly bank of Stony Creek
  78. by a branch of the run

 

 

Tract History for Selected Properties - Stony Creek, Shenandoah Co., VA

 

Bean, William - 400 acres - granted 12 APR 1762

James Beam sells 400 acres to Jacob Funkhouser, 30 MAR 1786 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "F" p. 8)
"...conveyed to William Beam by deed from the proprietors office who conveyed the same to James Beam..."

Jacob Funkhouser sells 400 acres to John Conn, 11 JUN 1793 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book I p. 81)

The Jacob Funkhouser associated with this property was the son of Jacob Funkhouser (b. ABT 1700 d. 1771) according to Daniel W. Bly (From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, vol. 1, 1993).

 

Borden, Jacob - 400 acres - granted 11 AUG 1767

Jacob Borden sells 400 acres to John Six and Isaac Funkhouser, 2 [lease] 3 [release] NOV 1767 (Frederick Co. Deed Book 11 p. 600 & 601)

Christian Funkhouser and wife Barbara, the late Barbara Six, widow of John Six decd and John Six, eldest son and heir of John Six decd sell 200 acres to Isaac Funkhouser, 30 OCT 1786 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "F" p. 286)

The Isaac Funkhouser associated with this property was the son of Jacob Funkhouser b. ABT 1700 d. 1771) according to Daniel W. Bly (From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, vol. 1, 1993). Bly also states that Isaac's will was probated 12 SEP 1797 (Shenandoah Co. Will Book "E" p. 110) and his land was divided among his sons.

 

Coffield, George - 400 acres - granted 14 APR 1774

George Coffield sells 400 acres to Abraham Funkhouser, 26 AUG 1777 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "B" p. 532 [lease] p. 533 [release])

Abraham Funkhouser sells 148 acres to Conrod Seyger, 26 [lease], 27 [release] MAR 1782 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "C" p. 460)

Abraham Funkhouser sells 50 acres to Jacob Bidler, 26 [lease], 27 [release] MAR 1782 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "C" p. 458)

Abraham Funkhouser sells 200 acres to John H. Houser, 10 APR 1797 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "K" p. 519)

Conrod Sager sells 148 acres to John Kranck?, 30 ARR 1789 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "G" p. 279)

John Krank sells 148 acres to Jacob Freed, 11 FEB 1796 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "K" p. 376)

The Abraham Funkhouser associated with this property was the son of Jacob Funkhouser (b. ABT 1700 d. 1771) according to Daniel W. Bly (From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, vol. 1, 1993).

 

Funkhouser, Christian - 260 acres - granted 13 AUG 1766

Heirs and children of Christian Funkhouser (Jacob Funkhouser, Margaret Freshour [wife of John Freshour], and Daniel Funkhouser sell 260 acres plus 250 acres to Isaac Funkhouser, also son of Christian Funkhouser, 16 JUN 1802 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "N" p. 135)

The Christian Funkhouser associated with this property was the son of Jacob Funkhouser (b. ABT 1700 d. 1771) according to Daniel W. Bly (From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, vol. 1, 1993).

 

Funkhouser, Christian - 250 acres - granted 13 AUG 1789

see 260 acre entry above

The Christian Funkhouser associated with this property was the son of Jacob Funkhouser (b. ABT 1700 d. 1771) according to Daniel W. Bly (From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, vol. 1, 1993).

Roman, Henry [Henry Bowman] - 175 acres - granted 14 JUL 1766

Valentine Rust and Catharine his wife, Christopher Young and Elizabeth his wife, all of Shenandoah County, Catharine & Elizabeth only children and heirs of Henry Bowman decd, sell 67 acres to George Rinker, 8 MAR 1796, part of a tract of 175 acres granted to Henry Bowman on 14 JUL 1766 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "K" p. 97). [note: this entry also contains a sale of an additional tract of 70 acres granted to Christopher Young 11 AUG 1789, the 70 acres sold to George Rinker]

Valentine Rust and Catharine his wife, Christopher Young and Elizabeth his wife sell 108 acres to Jacob Kellar (son of John Kellar), 8 MAR 1796, part of a tract of 175 acres granted to Henry Bowman on 14 JUL 1766 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "K" p. 99).

Regina Roman (widow and relick of Henry Roman decd) sells to George Rinker and Jacob Keller (son of John Keller) ... whereas Valentine Rust and Catharine his wife, Christopher Young and Elizabeth his wife, Catharine and Elizabeth heirs of Henry Roman, sell and convey unto George Rinker and Jacob Keller the revision and fee simple estate of a certain tract of land containing 175 acres, 24 APR 1797 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "K" p. 606) [i.e., the widow of Henry Bowman, Regina, also sells the property]

George Rinker and Magdaline his wife, sell 70 acres and 43 acres, part of tract adjacent to 70 acres, to James Russell, 12 JUN 1798, same lands conveyed to George Rinker by Valentine Rust and Catharine his wife, Christopher Young and Elizabeth his wife by indenture 8 MAR 1796 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "L" p. 256).

Jacob Keller (son of John Keller) and Magdalene his wife, sell 108 acres to James Russell, 10 SEP 1798, part of a tract of 175 acres granted Henry Roman and said part conveyed to Jacob Keller by Valentine Rust and Catharine his wife, Christopher Young and Elizabeth his wife, 8 MAR 1796. (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "L" p. 289).

Rush, Valentine Sr. [Valentine Rust Sr.] - 210 acres - granted 22 MAY 1778

Valentine Rush Sr. and Catharine his wife sell 210 acres to Christopher Helsley, 30 JUL 1788 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "G" p. 115).

Sink, Cudlep [Gottlieb Zink] - 294 acres - granted 12 JUL 1766

Cutlip Sink and Barbara his wife sell 294 acres to James Russell, 28 JUL 1790 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "G" p. 508)

The Barbara Sink associated with this property was the daughter of Jacob Funkhouser (b. ABT 1700 d. 1771) according to Daniel W. Bly (From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, vol. 1, 1993).

 

Sink, Cudlip [Gottlieb Zink] - 114 acres - granted 5 FEB 1778

Cutlip Sink and Barbara his wife sell 114 acres to James Russell, 28 JUL 1790 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "G" p. 508)

The Barbara Sink associated with this property was the daughter of Jacob Funkhouser (b. ABT 1700 d. 1771) according to Daniel W. Bly (From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, vol. 1, 1993).

Stout, Daniel - 450 acres - granted 16 SEP 1761

Elizabeth Berger, Godfrid Daniel Stout, John Stout and George Benjamin Stout sell 150 acres to Nathaniel Siron, 25 SEP 1775 [lease] 26 SEP 1775 [release] (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "B" p. 246 [lease] p. 247 [release])

Article of agreement...between John Berger & Elizabeth, his wife, and George Stout...John Berger & Elizabeth give up all rights and dower of land and plantation formerly belonged to Daniel Stout dec'd viz that part George was to have after his mother's decease and said John Berger & Elizabeth reserve the following part thereof...the house that was built for the said John Berger & Elizabeth, 16 MAR 1776 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "B" p. 334)

Elizabeth Berger late Elizabeth Stout, Daniel Stout, John Stout, George Stout sell 150 acres to Adam Smith... having conveyed 150 acres to Nathaniel Siron and 150 acres to Ulrick Waggoner, 27 APR 1779 [lease] 28 APR 1779 [release] (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "C" p. 165 [lease] p. 166 [release])

Elizabeth Berger, Godfrid Daniel Stout, John Stout and George Benjamin Stout sell 150 acres to Ulric Waggoner, 26 AUG 1777 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "D" p. 182 [lease] p. 183 [release])

Ulric Waggoner sells 150 acres to John Spiller [John Spitler]...it being the upper part of a greater tract of 450 acres [in this case it is believed that "upper part" is the portion most upstream on Stony Creek], 22 JUN 1784 [lease] 23 JUN 1784 [release] (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "D" p. 390 [lease] p. 391 [release])

John Siron & wife, Solomon Bull & wife, Phillip Summers & wife, Benjamin Lendas & wife, heirs at law of Nathan Siron dec'd sell 150 acres to Powlas Winters, 17 JUN 1798 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "M" p. 307)

Joanna Smith widow of Adam Smith, Phebe Smith, Adam Smith, Absolom Hoffman, John Smith, Jacob Anderick, John Coffman, Isaac Smith, Peter Eversole, Daniel Clause, William Smith sell 150 acres to John Middleton, 31 AUG 1807 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "Q" p. 164)

 

 

 

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Young, Christopher - 70 acres - granted 11 AUG 1789

see Henry Roman - 175 acres

 

Zane, Isaac - 338 acres - granted 27 OCT 1778

Ex. of will of Isaac Zane sell 338 acres to George Miller, 14 OCT 1796 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "K" p. 436)

Zane, Isaac - 350 acres - granted 24 OCT 1778 - and - 350 acres - granted 26 OCT 1778

Ex. of will of Isaac Zane sell 350 acres + 350 acres to Joshua Voltz, 20 JUN 1810 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "R" p. 366)

Zane, Isaac - 390 acres - granted 23 OCT 1778

Ex. of will of Isaac Zane sell 390 acres to Joshua Voltz, 20 JAN 1810 (Shenandoah Co. Deed Book "R" p. 218)