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  • ID: I2024930
  • Name: John BRADFORD
  • Change Date: 5 SEP 2005
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1688 in VA
  • Death: 1753 in Prince William, VA
  • Note:
    http://www.bradfordgenealogy.org/BradfordImmigrants.html
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    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/d0098/g
    0000037.html
    ===
    "John Bradford was born between 1690 and 1695. He was probably born in
    Stafford County, Virginia. His parentage is unknown at this time. He
    married in about 1717, Mary Marr Kingcart. Mary was born in about 1695
    in Virginia, probably in Lancaster County, the daughter of John Marr
    and his first wife, whose name is not known. The Marrs moved to
    Stafford County in about 1700. Mary was the widow of Thomas Kingcart,
    Jr. of Calvert County, Maryland. Thomas and Mary Marr Kingcart had one
    daughter, Martha. Thomas Kingcart died in 1715.
    In 1720, King George County, Virginia was formed from parts of
    Richmond and Stafford Counties. The area where John and Mary Bradford
    lived apparently was in the newly formed King George County. As shown
    in the earlier article from the Genealogies of Virginia Families, John
    Bradford had been granted land, and had a home in King George County
    by 1822. This land was originally surveyed for Thomas Kingcart, the
    late husband of John's wife, Mary Marr Kingcart. This land, and
    another 125 acres he later from purchased William Russell in 1728,
    adjoined land owned by the Marr Family. John and Mary Bradford had
    nine known children.
    ===
    In 1731, the area John owned in King George County, was included in
    another new county, Prince William. On the 1737 Quit Rent Roll of
    Prince William County, John is shown with 250 acres. It is assumed
    John was a farmer.
    ===
    John Bradford received a grant of 309 acres in Prince William County
    in 1748. This land adjoined his other land. He now owned 559 acres in
    Prince William County.
    ===
    John Bradford died between 1748-1753 in Prince William County,
    Virginia."
    ===
    http://www.ormsby.org/genie/Miscellaneous/Bradford.html
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    From the Book "From Log Cabins to the White House" by Mary Brewer, we
    learn his place of birth and the following: John Bradford came to
    America on the ship "Temperance" as headright of William Peirce..this
    means his passage was paid by this man. Wm Peirce claimed land in
    Prince William Co., now Fauquier Co. VA. John lived at Marr's Run
    where he met John Marr and his daughter Mary Marr Kingcart and by this
    first marriage had a daughter Martha Kingcart who married John McBee
    ===
    Peggy Shomo Joyner, Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants &
    Surveys Hampshire, Berkeley, Loudoun, Fairfax, King George,
    Westmoreland, Richmond, Northumberland & Lancaster Counties 1697-1784,
    Volume IV (Portsmouth, Virginia: Privately Published, 1987) pp. 121,
    125, 127
    ===
    JOHN BRADFORD, 20 Dec 1722 - 22 Dec 1722; 15 a. of Marrs Run falling
    into Gt Marsh Run; John Brandford's house drawn on plat; adj. Thos
    Kingcart, decd (now Jno Bradford's), John Marr, Junr, John Hopper,
    James Warren. Surv. Thomas Hooper.
    ===
    3 July 1722-15 Dec 1722 William McBee/Macby, 342 a. on br of Marrs
    Run, falling into Ft Marsh Run, the Chappell Br; adj. Mr John Copedge.
    Surv. Thomas Hooper.
    Daniel Marr for who survd, assignee of William Mcbee, warrantee, no
    wart, date from surv, 11 Jan. 1726/27-1 Sep 1727; 260 a. on brs of
    Marrs Run; adj. Jno Bradford, Jno Hopper, Jno Marr, Wm Mcbee. Surv.
    John Savage.
    ===
    2 Jan 1725/6-1 Oct 1726 Ralph Falkner for whom survd, assignee of John
    McGuier, warrantee; no wart, date from surv, 80 a. on Marrs Run; adj.
    James Warren, Joseph King, Mr Coppedge, William McBee. Surv. John
    Savage.
    11 Jan 1726/27-1 Sep 1727 Daniel Marr for whom survd, assignee of
    William Mcbee, warrantee; no wart, date from surv, 260 a. on brs of
    Marrs Run; adj. Jno Bradford, Jno Hopper, Jno Marr, Wm Mcbee. Surv.
    John Savage.
    9 Feb 1729/30-5 Aug 1730 Catesby Cocke, assignee of William Hawkins
    for whom survd, assignee of William McBee, warrantee, 481 a. on brs of
    Elk Marsh Run & Tinpot, adj. Hedgman, Garner, James Carter, Surv. John
    Warner.
    15 Apr 1728-3 May 1728 John Williams, assignee of Daniel Marr for
    whom survd; 85 a. on Marrs Run; adj. William McBee, John Bradford,
    Marr's own. Surv. John Warner.
    28 Aug 1729-1 Jul 1730 Capt. John Williams, no wart, date from surv,
    460 a. ca three miles form Gt Marsh of Rappa: adj William McBee,
    Coppedge, Mercer, John Hudnall, John Hopper, Daniel Marr. Surv. John
    Warner.
    ===
    B-107 1727/1728, January 25. Daniel Marr of King George County,
    260 acres in King George County on Marr's Run adjacent John Bradford,
    John Marr, John Hopper, William McBee.
    ===
    B-121 1728, May 28. Capt. John Williams of King George Co. 85 a. in
    King George Co on Marrs Run adj Wm. McBee, Daniel Marr, John Bradford.
    Gertrude E. Gray, Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants 1694-1742
    (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1987) p. 72, 91-92.
    ===
    DB 1 pp. 577-582 Indenture 27/28 Nov 1728 between William Russell of
    County of Stafford and John BRADFORD of Hanover Parish King George
    County ... by deeds of lease and release ... for 5000 pounds of
    Tobacco sold 125 acres at a place called the Marsh land and being part
    of a Tract of 316 acres granted to sd William Russell by Patent
    bearing date 2nd July 1712 ... tract lying on a Branch of the Marsh
    Run called the Horse Pen branch ... line of land of John Marr Junr.;
    and John Hopper ...
    ===
    DB 1-A pp. 41-44 April 28, 1730, King George's County, Virginia,
    William McBee acquired 259 acres by a deed from Thomas Riphley for two
    thousand pounds of "Good and merchantable tobacco in cask at the
    rolling house within this county ...." In order to have that deposit
    in the County before 1730. [all that tract of land taken up by Grace
    Riphley alias Butler now wife of the said Thomas Riphley in the time
    of her widowhood ... 14 Jul 1727] ... land bounded by William Russell,
    Joshua Butler & Joseph King, head of a Savannah of Elk Run, Mark
    Hardins land.
    Wit: John Wright, Charles Morgan
    Ack: 1 May 1730 by William Strother Gent.
    Know all men ... We Thomas Riphley & Grace Riphley alizas Butler his
    wife ... of Hanover Parish King Geroge County... appoint well beloved
    friend Capt. William Strother & John BRADFORD ... Lawfull attorneys
    for us ...
    Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Deed Abstracts of King George County, Virginia
    (1721-1735), (McLean, VA:1986) pp. 79, 93.
    ===




    Marriage 1 Mary MARR b: ABT 1695
    • Married: 1717

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