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Darrell, Sampson, -1777



Sampson Darrell (d. 1777) was from Fairfax County, Va., where he served for a time as sheriff. He had also served with the rank of captain in the Fairfax County militia during the French and Indian War (see Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, Virginia's Colonial Soldiers [Baltimore, c.1988], 14).--The Papers of George Washington Digital Edition, ed. Theodore J. Crackel. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, Rotunda, 2008.

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Deed, Dogue Creek, Hon. Catherine Lady Fairfax to Sampson Darrell, 1717 November 26

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 1717.11.26
Identifier: 2022-SC-007-021
Scope and Contents Sampson Darrell deed for Dogue Creek land, George Washington's copy. Virginia deed for land described as located in Stafford County [Fairfax County], granted to Sampson Darrell for 162 acres by the Right Hon. Catherine Lady Fairfax, sole proprietor of the Northern neck of Virginia. Dated November 26, 1717 with a separate docket in the handwriting of George Washington relating to the 1717 deed that came into his possession after he purchased the land in his expansion of the Mount Vernon...
Dates: 1717 November 26