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Washington, Augustine, approximately 1694-1743

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: approximately 1694-1743
  • Existence: 1694 - 1743

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Bond, Roger and Mildred Gregory to Augustine Washington, 1726 October 19

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1726.10.19
Identifier: RM-212; MS-828
Scope and Contents

A.D.S. 1 page. Signed and sealed by Roger Gregory, Mildred Gregory. Docketed on reverse, possibly later in the hand of George Washington, Roger and Mildred Gregory "Bond to Auge Washington 19th Octr 1726."

Dates: 1726 October 19

Indenture, Augustine Washington with William Soresbey, Adam Soresbey, James Buchanan, and George Crosby, 1729 January 31

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1729.01.31
Identifier: RM-683; MS-4630
Scope and Contents

D.S. oversize parchment folded. An indenture for the sale of the estate of Culthorpe in Derbyshire, England by Francis Ash "of St. Mary's county in the province of Maryland planter, ..." Augustine Washington acting under a power of attorney granted him by Ash. Reference to the contract for the sale on June 25, 1728. presumably Washington, when he traveled to England in 1729, acted to complete the sale for Ash.

Dates: 1729 January 31

Indenture, Roger Gregory and Mildred Gregory to Augustine Washington, 1726 May 16

 Item — Box: 88 OVERSIZE, Folder: 1726.05.16
Identifier: A-373
Scope and Contents A.D.S. 1 page. For consideration of 5 shillings, Roger and Mildred Gregory "hath Granted Bargained Sold ... all that certain Parcel or Tract of Land Situate Lying and being in Overwharton Parish in Stafford County and Being by Estematon Two Thousand and Five hundred Acres ... Half of five Thousand Acres formerly laid out for Nicholas Spencer and Capt. Lawrence Washington ..." for a term of 1 year. Document signed, endorsed on reverse in unknown hand "Merandom this Lease was acknowledged by...
Dates: 1726 May 16

Indenture, Roger Gregory and Mildred Gregory to Augustine Washington, 1726 October 18

 Item — Box: 88 OVERSIZE, Folder: 1726.10.18
Identifier: A-373
Scope and Contents A.D.S. 1 page. In consideration of sum of 5 shillings, Roger and Mildred Gregory have "Bargained and Sold ... unto Augustine Washington all that ... Tract ... Lying ... in the Parish of Overwharton and county of Stafford, Containing by Estimation two Thousand five Hundred Acres being a moity or half of five Thousand Acres of Land formerly laid out for Coll. Nicholas Spencer and Capt. Lawrence Washington ... ". Document signed, endorsed by G.W. "Roger and Mildd. Gregory Lease to Auge....
Dates: 1726 October 18

Indenture, Roger Gregory and Mildred Gregory to Augustine Washington, 1726 October 19

 Item — Box: 88 OVERSIZE, Folder: 1726.10.19
Identifier: A-373
Scope and Contents A.D.S. 1 page. Roger and Mildred Gregory, "... for and in Consideration of the Summ of one hundred and Eighty pounds Sterling ... Do Give Grant ... unto the said Augustine Washington ... in he the said Augustine Washington's actuall possession Now being by vertue of a Bargan and Sale to him there of made by Indenture ... All that ... Tract ... of Land ... Lying ... in the parish of Overwharton and County of Stafford containing by Estimation two thousand five hundred acres being a moiety or...
Dates: 1726 October 19

Legal document, lawsuit over Augustine Washington's will, 1775 October 31

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1775.10.31
Identifier: RM-813; MS-5237
Scope and Contents

A.D.S. 1 page. A document in connection with a lawsuit over Augustine Washington's will: Alexander and Elizabeth Spotswood, Burdett and Ann Aston, and Jane Washington vs. John Augustine Washington, William Augustine Washington, and George Washington "Infants under the Age of Twenty one Years" [at the time of Augustine's death]. This document stipulates how George Washington's father's estate will be divided amongst the defendents and plaintiffs.

Dates: 1775 October 31

Release of Indenture, Roger Gregory and Mildred Gregory to Augustine Washington, 1726 May 17

 Item — Box: 88 OVERSIZE, Folder: 1726.05.17
Identifier: A-373
Scope and Contents A.D.S. " ... in Consideration of the Sum of One Hundred and Eighty pounds Stirling Money of Great Britain ... All that certain Tract or Parcel of Land Situate Lying and Being in the Parish of Overwharton [Stafford] [now Fairfax] County ... Being by Estimation Two Thousand and Five hundred Acres a Moiettie or half of Five Hundred Acres formerly Lay'd out for Collo. Nicholas Spencer and Capt. Lawrence Washington ..."Signed by Mildred and Roger Gregory and witnessed by William Aylett Jr., John...
Dates: 1726 May 17