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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Henry Chiles: Birth: ABT 1741 in Virginia Colony.

  2. Paul Chiles: Birth: ABT 1743 in Virginia Colony. Death: AFT 02 SEP 1761

  3. Elizabeth Chiles: Birth: ABT 1745 in Virginia Colony.

  4. Frances Chiles: Birth: ABT 1753 in Virginia Colony. Death: BEF 03 AUG 1839 in Shelby County, Kentucky, USA

  5. Rowland Horsley Chiles: Birth: BEF 02 SEP 1761 in Virginia, USA. Death: AUG 1825 in Anderson County, Tennessee, USA


Sources
1. Title:   Halifax County, Virginia Will Book 0, 1752-1773
Page:   by Marian Dodson Chiarito
2. Title:   Colonial Chesapeake Families, British Origins and Descendants, Volume 2

Notes
a. Note:   Anne Horsley Chiles
 Birth: 1715
 New Kent County
 Virginia, USA
 Death: 1794
 Pittsylvania County
 Virginia, USA
  Daughter of Robert Horsley and wife Frances Bassett of New Kent & Hanover counties in Virginia & granddaughter of Rowland Horsley of New Kent County, Virginia, her dates of birth & death are estimated until conclusive records can be located.
  Anne married Paul Chiles sometime after 16 August 1740, possibly in Hanover County, Virginia, when Anne, still unmarried, sold her 200 acres of land on Little Bird Creek left to her by her father. They had five known children: Henry, Paul, Elizabeth, Frances & Rowland Horsley Chiles.
  Anne was named Executrix of her husband's will, along with his brother John Chiles & brother-in-law John Ward.
  Anne died sometime after 26 November 1793 when she, along with John Chiles & John Ward filed a Bill & Injunction in Bedford County, Virginia against the heirs of Jeremiah Rust deceased, assignee of James Johnson against the estate of Paul Chiles:
  Library of Virginia
 Chancery Court Records
 Index Number: 1797-012
 Locality: Bedford County, Virginia
 Chancery Court
 Plaintiff(s): Executors of Paul Chiles
 Defendant(s): Jeremiah Rust
 August 1797 - final date on document
  While there is no official burial record, she is said to be buried with her husband on their River View Plantation home:
  Frontiers along the upper Roanoke River, 1740-1776 : a story of first settlement
 by Maud Carter Clement
 J.P. Bell Company, 1964
 Chapter VII, page 66
  Walter Chiles of Jamestown
 By Joannie Chiles Eakin, 1983
 page 24
  Rest in peace.
  ~~~~~~~~~~~
 For you Mama with much love.
  Family links:
 Spouse:
 Paul Chiles (1710 - 1761)*
  Children:
 Rowland Horsley Chiles (1755 - 1825)*
  Burial:
 Chiles Riverview Plantation-AKA Riverview Manor
 Hurt
 Pittsylvania County
 Virginia, USA
  Created by: Gloria Tune
 Record added: May 08, 2016
 Find A Grave Memorial# 162354961
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 While many databases show Anne to be a daughter of John Rowland and Elizabeth Hampton of Henry County, VA, I found no evidence. Rather, I found Anne Horsley, a daughter of Robert Horsley & Frances Bassett & a granddaughter of Rowland Horsley, lived in the New Kent/Hanover area of Virginia, just as did the Chiles family.
  According to "A history of Henry County, Virginia: with biographical sketches of its most prominent citizens and genealogical histories of half a hundred of its oldest families", page 253, "John Rowland, a brother of Michael and Baldwin, married Elizabeth Hampton in 1728" & had these children: Benjamin, b. 1720; John b. 1730 & Andrew b. 1731.
  Source Information:
 Ancestry.com. A history of Henry County, Virginia : with biographical sketches of its most prominent citizens and genealogical histories of h [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
 Original data: Hill, Judith Parks America.. A history of Henry County, Virginia : with biographical sketches of its most prominent citizens and genealogical histories of half a hundred of its oldest families. unknown: unknown, 1925.
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 HENRY COUNTY, VIRGINIA - WILL BOOK 1, ABSTRACTS; 1779-1799
 P. 37-39 - JOHN ROWLAND
  The will of John Rowland of Henry County, Virginia dated 05 July 1780 mentions brother Michael & his son William; brother George; John Palfree; wife Mary; Obedience Ryan, wife of Philip Ryan; George Rowland Jr. & Will Rowland, sons of Gilbert Rowland; Garland Akin; Joshua & Sarah Bowls; John Wells; Mary Isham, wife of James Isham; Executors, William Tunstall, Haynes Morgan, Peter Saunders and Josiah Carter; Patrick Henry, John Fountain, John Salmon to settle with executors; Witness: Baldwin Rowland, Henry Barsdill, John Salmon. Probate 29 September 1780 by William Tunstall and Peter Saunders who gave bond with John Fountain & George Hairston.
 Source:
 http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/henry/wills/willbk01.txt
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 Records for Anne Horsley Chiles..................
  COLONIAL CHESAPEAKE FAMILIES
 British Origins and Descendants, Volume 2
 By Harrison Dwight Cavanagh
 Xlibris Corporation, May 2, 2014
 Winner of the Maryland Historical Society's 2014 Sumner A. Parker Prize for the best genealogical work concerning Maryland families.
  Horsley Lineage
 page 35
  Will of Robert Horsley of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover, County, Virginia made in Goochland County, Virginia.
  Goochland County, Virginia
 Will Book, pages 57-58
 05 February 1734; 03 May 1734
  Abstract: Names sons Rowland Horsley, William Horsley, Robert Horsley, John Horsley; daughters Elizabeth Horsely, Ann Horsley (200 acres on Little Bird Creek), Mary Horsley; nephew William Moore; wife Frances; daughter-in-law Frances Houl (Herd)
  Wife Frances and son Rowland Executors
  Witness: Jane Crumpton, Ealso Woods, John Ryan
  21 January 1735
 Goochland County, Virginia Book 2, page 58
 Appraisement of Robert Horsley's Estate, value 31 pounds by Wm. Cabell, Arthur Hopkins, Jonas Lawson, and Samuel Burk.
  page 36
 Ann Horsley born ca. 1710, New Kent County, married ca. 1740 Paul Chiles
 Issue: Henry Chiles, Rowland Horsley Chiles, Paul Chiles Jr., Elizabeth Chiles, Frances Chiles
 Source:
 https://books.google.com
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 Library of Virginia lists Anne's father's will in these counties:
 Virginia Wills and Administrations
  Title: Horsley, Robert.
 Publication: 1734
 Gen. note: Part of index to Hanover County Wills and Administrations (1724 - 1898)
 Note: Court Records, 1733-1735 (Reel 2)
 pp. 57-58. Will pro. 3 May 1734.
 pp. 58-59. Ex�ors bond rec. 3 May 1734
 pp. 167-168. Inv. & Appr. rec. 5 Dec. 1734.
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 Title: Horsley, Robert.
 Publication: 1734
 Gen. note: Part of index to Halifax County Wills and Administrations (1753 - 1800)
 Note: pp. 57-58. Will pro. 3 May 1734.
 pp. 58-59. Ex�ors bond rec. 3 May 1734
 pp. 167-168. Inv. & Appr. rec. 5 Dec. 1734.
 Note: Court Records, 1733-1735 (Reel 2)
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 Titlle: Horsley, Robert.
 Publication: 1734
 Gen. note: Part of index to Goochland County Wills and Administrations (1728 - 1800)
 Note: p. 58. Inv. & Appr. rec. 21 Jan. 1734/1735.
 Note: Deed Book No. 2, 1734-1736 (Reel 1)
 Source:
 http://lva1.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/
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 Abstract of will.......
 Hanover County, VA Court Records 1733-1735
 By Charles P. Blunt.
  Will of Robert Horsley of Saint Paul�s Parish
  To my son, Rowland Horsley, after the death of my wife, a tract of land� on the north side of my Mill Pond in Hanover County;
 to my son, William Horsley, my mill and 200 acres of land adjoining thereto; lying upon Little Bird Creek in Goochland County;
 to my nephew, James Moore, 200 acres adjoining to my son Williams on a branch of Little Bird Creek in Goochland County;
 to my son, Robert, the lower 200 acres on the north side of Rivanna River in Goochland County (the lower 200 acres);
 to my son, John, the upper 200 acres� on the north side of the Rivanna River in Goochland County;
 to my daughter, Elizabeth Horsley, 200 acres upon Rockey Branch of Little Bird Creek in Goochland County� land purchased of Jonas Lawson and adjoins him;
 to my daughter, ANN HORSLEY, 200 acres on the Little Bird Creek;
 to my daughter, Mary Horsley, 200 acres on Little Bird Creek, adjoining to my daughter Anne�s;
 to my son, Rowland, a negro fellow, Gemey;
 to my son, William, a negro fellow, Adam,
 to my son, Robert, a negro girl, Mol;
 to my son, John, a negro boy, Sam;
 to my wife, Frances Horsley, a negro fellow, Jack, and a negro woman, Judy;
 to my daughter-in-law Frances Houl, a featherbed and furniture.
 The rest of my estate in to be equally divided between my wife and children. I appoint my wife, Frances, with my son, Rowland, as Executors of Will written on 5 February 1733/34.
 Witnesses: Jane Crumpton, Ealso Woods and John Ryan
 Will proved and admitted to record 3 May 1734
 Page 57 and 58.
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 Jonas & David Lawson
 16 Aug 1740
 Goochland
 Goochland Co. Wills and Deeds 1737-1742, Book 3, pages 349-350, 16 Aug 1740, David Lawson of Goochland Co, to Anne Horsley of same, for �30, land on North side of James River on upper side of Little Byrd Creek, two hundred acres; being the lower two hundred of four hundred acres surveyed for David Lawson 6 Feb 1733, bounded by George Payne, Joseph Pare, Jonas Lawson. Wit: James George, William Matlock and Peter Massie Jr. Signed: David (X) Lawson Recorded 19 Aug 1740
  David Lawson
 16 Aug 1740
 Goochland
 Goochland Co. Order Book 4, page 510, David Lawson acknowledges a Deed with the Livery of Seizin and Receipt endorsed from himself to Anne Horsley his Acts and Deeds which are ordered to be recorded.
 Source:
 http://lawsondna.org/Media/virginiacounties/Goochland.html
  ***Note by Gloria - Little Byrd Creek GPS coordinates are 37.822643 -78.039442
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 22 June 1750
 Goochland County, Virginia
 The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 22, page 315
 edited by Philip Alexander Bruce, William Glover Stanard
 "Deed from Paul Chiles and Anne his wife of Albemarle County, June 22 1750, to John Payne, of Goochland, conveying 200 acres on Little Byrd Creek."
 Source:
 https://books.google.com
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 Transcription by Gloria J. Tune
 from copy of original
 03 October 2017
  Bedford County, Virginia
 Deed Book 1, pp. 487-488
 01 January 1761
  This Indenture made this first day of January in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and sixty one and in the thirty first year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the second by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland King defender of the faith of c.
  Between Paul Chiles of the county of Halifax in the colony of Virginia, Gentleman of the one part and William Dudley of the parish of Russell in the county of Bedford in the colony and dominion aforesaid, Planter of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Paul Chiles for and in consideration of the sum of sixty two pounds current money to him the said Paul Chiles on hand paid by the said William Dudley at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof he the said Paul Chiles doth hereby acknowledge and thereof doth aquit, exonerate and discharge his heirs, executors and administrators hath given, granted, bargained and sold and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain and sell unto the said William Dudley his heirs and asigns forever one tract or parcel of land situated, lying and being in Russell parish in the county of Bedford county aforesaid commonly called and known by the name of Horsleys Mountain and the said tract or parcel of land containing by estimation three hundred and eighty eight acres be the same more of less together with all houses, out houses, gardens, fences, orchards, trees, woods, underwoods, ways, waters, water courses, hereditaments, commodities and appertenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to the same unto the said William Dudley, his heirs and assigns and the rerversion and reversions, remainder and remainders yearly and other rents and profits of the said profitsses and of every part and parcel thereof. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land and all and singular the premises herein mentioned or intended to be bargained and sold with their and every of their appertenances unto the said William Dudley, his heirs, executors and administrators forever which said tract or parcel of land and premises now are in actual posession of the said William Dudley.
  In witness thereof the said Paul chiles hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above written.
  S/ Paul Chiles L.L.
  Sealed and delivered in presence of
 William Henson, Wm. Alford, Silvater
 Alford, Anne Henson
  January the first 1761 Then received of the within named William Dudley the sum of sixty two pounds current money being the consideration money for the within bargained premises I say received by
  S/ Paul Chiles (L.L.)
  Witness William Henson, William Alford
 Silvater Alford, Ann Henson
  At a court held for Bedford County March 23rd 1761
 This indenture of memorandum of livery of seisin hereon indorsed were proved by the oaths of Silvater Alford and at a court held for the said County May 26th 1761 the same were further proved by the oath of William Alford at a court held for the said county June 23rd 1761 the same were further proved by the oath of Anne Henson and Ann Chiles widow and relict of Paul Chiles deceased came into court and relinquished her right of dower in and to the land and premises conveyed by the said indenture except one acre of ground which the said Dudley agrees to give her for a burying place all which is ordered to be recorded.
  Teste
 Ben Howard CBC
  Truly Recorded
 Teste
 Ben Howard CBC
  ****Note - Livery of Seisin
 A ceremony performed in medieval England that effected the transfer of land from one party to another.
 Livery of seisin was the dominant method of transferring land in England until 1536, and it continued to be legal until 1925. The term livery of seisin means simply "transfer of possession": livery means "delivery" and is from the Old French livrer, and seisin means "possession" and is from the Old French saisir or seisir. The concept behind livery of seisin, therefore, was the symbolic transfer of the possession of land. The entire ceremony of transfer was called feoffment with livery of seisin, with feoffment meaning "a gift," specifically a gift of a freehold interest in a parcel of land. The transferor was the feoffor, the transferee was the feoffee, and the land interest was the fief.
 Source:
 http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Livery+of+Seisin
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 Forms of Deeds in Colonial America
  In America, deeds for land were made in all these forms, in fee simple by a feoffment with livery of seisin; the bargain and sale & a lease and release. For instance, the first deed book for Surry County, Virginia covering deeds recorded 1652-1671 contains deeds executed by each of these methods.
  The specific method used for the conveyance was far less important in America than in England. The advantage of privacy, which favored lease and release conveyances in England, was eliminated by the actions of colonial legislatures which required public recording of deeds regardless of form they employed. Virginia, for instance, required deeds for land to be publicly recorded as early as 1640.5
  The most common form of colonial deed (at least in the southern colonies) was the bargain and sale. Livery of seisin and deeds of feoffment appear to have become steadily less popular to the point of becoming quite rare by the end of the colonial period. Lease and release conveyances seem to have been more popular in some areas than in others, perhaps more a reflection of a preference on the part of the individual clerks or attorneys who created them rather than any inherent advantage to the method. In Virginia, at least, there was seemingly no legislated preference as to method, nor any local advantage of one form over another. The statutes dealing with deeds persistently lump all the various types together, singling none out for special treatment.
 Source:
 http://www.genfiles.com/articles/deeds/
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 05 August 1763
 Walter Chiles of Jamestown
 by Joannie Chiles Eakin
 page 49
 This Indenture made this fifth day of August in the year of our Lord Christ One thousand Seven hundred and Sixty three. Between John Payne of the County of Goochland of the one Part and Anne Chiles, Henry Chiles and Rowland Chiles of the County of Halifax of the Other Part. Witnesseth that whereas Paul Chiles of the County of Halifax Dec'd, in his lifetime by his certain Indenture bearing date the thirtyth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven did convey unto the said John Payne a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the aforesaid county of Halifax containing two hundred and thirty four acres by particular metes and bounds as is there on set for and expressed as by the said indenture of record in the court of the said county of Halifax relation being thereunto had will more fully and at large appear and afterwards towit on the.........
 Source:
 https://books.google.com
  In reference to this deed....
 Halifax County Deed Book 1, 1752-1759, 30 Nov 1758: Paul Chiles of the County of Bedford to John Payne of the County of Goochland two tracts of parcels of land in the County of Halifax on the South side of The "Stanton River containing Two hundred and thirty four Acres. One hundred and four Acres part thereof Granted to Henry Chiles by Patent bearing date the first Day of August One thousand seven hundred and forty five."
  ****************
 20 July 1764
 Halifax County, Virginia
 Will Book 0
 1752-1773
 by Marian Dodson Chiarito
  page 29
 186 Paul Chiles Accounts Current
 Names: Pd. William Owens, Uriah Cameron, Paul Carrington bal. Buchanans Judt., Clemt. Reade by Bond, James Lyle, ditto, John Talbot ditto, David George, William Spurlock, Charles Spurlock, William Owen, Jr., Shadrack Turner, Jno. Denny, Edmd. Pendleton atto. fee vs Paine, Paul Carrington Sharpes Judt., Jos. Ashworth, Webs(to) Gilbert, Alexr. Caldwell, Hugh Challis, Wm. Dudley, Robert Routledge, Mrs. Chiles part of her portion, Acquilla Gilbert, Thomas Dillard, Jonathan Jennings, Moses Harris, Benja. Lank(for) Bumpass Judt., Clerk of Bedford, George Yates,
 Wm. Owen for laying 3 negro wenches, William Dudley, William McCoy atto. fee vs Thompson, Paul Carrington Boumans Judt., William Stamps, Benja. Lankford, Jer. Earley, Crocket for smiths work, John Ward, Cox for carriage of tobo., interest on Bond to Lyle from 14 April 1760 til 22 June 1764, David Walker, John Martin, George Yates, John Wood, Richard Lee, John Chiles, Ann Chiles, John Wood, John Ward.
 Total: 666.3.6
 By John Hanby for a negro sold him, balance of : 204.8.1 due the Exrs.
 Dated: 20 July 1764
 Signed: Tho. Dillard, Jr., Jno. Donelson
 Returned: 20 July 1764
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 21 May 1767
 Halifax County, Virginia
 Will Book 0
 1752-1773
 by Marian Dodson Chiarito
  page 37
 222 Paul Chiles
 Accounts Current
 Capt. John Ward, Exr.
 To 4510 lbs tobacco, negroes Matt, Lucy, Tom, Daniel & Essex, the hire of 3 negroes 2 years.
 By William Madlock his part of crop, Paul Chiles his attendance on the back Surveys 68 days, John Thompson, Exr., John Woodson, Mrs. Munfords fees, Thomas Duncan, Mr. Howard, Robt. Dolton for boarding & schooling two children, Mrs. Ann Chiles her Bond, Expences going to Wms.burg, Joseph Whitehead, sail of negro Tom, Kendirck for services, Alex.r Gilbert, Henry Chiles, James Lyle for Bumpass, John Bryand.
 Dated: 21 May 1767
 Signed: Thomas Dillare, Jr., Ben Lankford
 Returned: 21 May 1767
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 Genealogies of Virginia Families from the William and Mary College Quarterly. Vol. I. Adams-Clopton
 Some Notes Regarding the Chiles Family, page 740
 (Communicated by Julia Fauntleroy.)
  "The will of Paul Chiles, dated September, 1761, and recorded in Halifax County, Va., names executors his wife, Anne Chiles; John Chiles, (his brother); and John Ward, (his brother-in-law). He provides for the following children: sons, Henry, Paul and Rowland Chiles; and daughters Elizabeth and Frances.
  The will of Henry Chiles, dated October 9, 1757, was proved and recorded in Bedford County, Va., November 27, 1758. The devisees named were his "well beloved Mother, Ann Chiles, of the County of Hallifax;" his "Well beloved Brother, John Chiles, of Prince Edward County, Planter;" and his sister, Ann Ward. His executors were John Chiles, John Ward and Ann Chiles.
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 Library of Virginia
 Chancery Court Records
 Index Number: 1797-012
 Locality: Bedford County, Virginia
 Chancery Court
 Plaintiff(s): Executors of Paul Chiles
 Defendant(s): Jeremiah Rust
 August 1797 - final date on document
  Chiles Executors vs. Rust} Bill & Injunction
 From these records, it appears the complaint was in regards to the following:
  11 July 1754
 "I Paul Chiles of Albermarle County do promise to pay to James Johnson of Bedford or to his Assigns, the sum of twenty four pounds current money of Virginia on or before the twentieth day of July for Value received of him to the which payment well and truly to be made, I do bind myself, my Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, in the Penal Sum of forty eight pounds of like money.
 In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal, this eleventh day of July anno Dom. one thousand seven hundred and fifty four."
  S/ Paul Chiles (seal)
 Sealed and delivered in the presence of Jeremiah Rust
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 20 October 1793
 Anne Chiles, John Chiles and John Ward were to appear before the Justices of Bedford County Court on the fourth Monday in the next month regarding the dispute over the debt owed by Paul Chiles to Jeremiah Rust in 1754. [Note - that would have made the court date on 26 November 1793.]
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 10 June 1794
 Bedford County Court heirs of Jeremiah Rust deceased, assignee of James Johnson, against Anne Chiles, John Ward & John Chiles, Executors of Paul Chiles
  "Bedford County, to wit
 Jeremiah Rust assignee of James Johnson complainant of Paul Chiles (otherwise called J Paul Chiles)......that whereas the aforesaid Paul on the eleventh day of July Anno Dom. one thousand seven hundred and fifty four in the Parish of Cumberland in the County aforesaid by his certain bill obligatory signed & sealed....."
  "And the said Paul Chiles by Benjamin Harris his attorney comes & said ........... because he saith that the said Bond in the said Declaration mentioned was extorted by the said James Johnson from him the said Paul by fraud & that the same was given without any valuable cnsideration and of this he puts himself upon the Country"
  S/ Ben Harris for Defendant
  Image 3
 26 November 1793
 "To the Worshipful Court of Bedford County seitting in Chancery
 Humbly Complaining shew unto your Worships your Oratrix and Orators Ann Chiles, John Ward and John Chiles, Executrix and Executors of the last will & testament of Paul Chiles deceased, that one James Johnson late of this County on the eleventh day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & fifty four, pretending to be intitled to a certain tract of two hundred acres of land near the long Mountain in this County, and the said Paul Chiles in his lifetime having an inclination to purchase the said land did come upon terms of agreement with the said James Johnson and actually purchased the said land at & for the price of one hundred pounds current money for which sum the said Paul Chiles paid his Bills .... to the said James Johnson dated as payable the twentyeth day of the same month and attested by one Jeremiah Rust the defendant herein after names as a witness.....................................and the said Paul Chiles was to have been conveyed or otherwise secured to the said Paul at some future day, but it hath since manifestly appeared that the said James Johnson had no right in the land but that at the time of the contract and sale of the land absolute property thereof was vested in one David Bell. And the said James Johnson being about to depart this Colony on the eighteen day of July in the year aforesaid made an assignment of the bill to said Jeremiah Rust who soon afterward commenced a suit thereon in the Court of this County, but knowing the same (as your Oratrix & Orators have just reason to believe) was obtained for no real consideration did dismiss his suit at his own ........ but kept possession of the said bill till after the death of the said Paul Chiles commenced a suit in the same Court against your Oratrix & Orators as Executors of said Paul Chiles on the Bill against said on the 23rd day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty five recovered a Judgment for the which sum and costs, and threatened to sue out Execution thereon alltho your Oratrix and Orators charge and hope to prove that the said bill was unjustly and for no real consideration obtained............"
  S/ J. Ward
  ************Also stated in these documents was that John Ward was a resident of Bedford County, Virginia
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 Chiles Executors vs. Rust
 "The Defendants plead that Paul Chiles was drunk when he executed the Bond in the Declaration mentioned and that the same was given for no valuable consideration wherefore &c"
  Source:
 http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery

b. Note:   Birth estimated
c. Note:   Index Number: 1797-012
 Locality: Bedford County, Virginia
 Chancery Court
 Plaintiff(s): Executors of Paul Chiles
 Defendant(s): Jeremiah Rust
 August 1797 - final date on document
  10 June 1794
 Bedford County Court heirs of Jeremiah Rust deceased, assignee of James Johnson, against Anne Chiles, John Ward & John Chiles, Executors of Paul Chiles
d. Note:   Anne is still unmarried on this date when she sells her 200 acres of land on Little Bird Creek to David Lawson. Goochland County, Virginia Wills and Deeds 1737-1742, Book 3, pages 349-350. See notes section.



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