Name: Elizabeth Awbrey
Given Name: Elizabeth
Birth: Abt 1722 in Prince William , Virginia
Change Date: 25 Apr 2013 at 06:19
The Following information was copied from a book by Edward J. Ronsheim, Sr., called"The Stephen - Daniel Line of the Noland Family"
Owned Noland's Ferry - located below 'Noland's Island'at the mouth of the Monocacy on the Potomack River~Philip, married Elizabeth Awbrey, daughter of Francis AwbreyPhilip remained in Loudon County, Va. and ran Noland's Ferry~In 1748 he is living on the Potomac River on Awbrey land~In 1749, he petitioned the Assembly for a licensein the County of Fairfax, now Loudon County~In 1752, Loudon County, appointed Philip Noland surveyorof the road from Great Limestone to Noland Ferry~Deed records reflect that Philip of Loudon bought Noland Ferry landfrom Mary Noland who had married an Awbrey~In 1769, Philip of Loudon was on the bench as a judge in Loudon County Court~In 1777, Patrick Henry appointed Philip Noland as Sheriff of Loudon County, Va.~In 1778, Philip Noland conveyed ferry lands to son, Thomas Noland~In 1794, Philip Noland die
Father: Francis Aubrey b: Abt 1661 in , Westmoreland , Virginia
Mother: Frances Tanner b: Abt 1684 in Leesburg, , Virginia
Philip Noland b: Abt 1718 in Stafford, Virginia
ĞuğPhilip Ğ/uğ married ĞuğElizabeth Awbrey Ğ/uğ, daughter of ĞuğFrancis Awbrey Ğ/uğprior to 1741 - This marriage is confirmed by an entry made in the Noland Family Bible.
By the year 1748, ĞuğPhilip Ğ/uğ and his wife were living on ĞuğAwbrey land Ğ/uğ located on the Potomac above the Monocacy and opposite the mouth of the Maryland Tuscarora.
- Change Date:
24 Nov 2011
- Awbrey Noland b: 1742 in Virgina
- Philip Noland b: 1743 in Virgina
- Thomas Noland b: 1748 in Aldie, Loudoun, Virginia
- Elizabeth Noland b: Abt 1751 in Loudoun, Virginia
- Molly Ann Noland b: 1754 in Loudoun, Virginia