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  1. Ann Paine: Birth: 22 SEP 1693 in Middlesex Co, VA.

  2. John Paine: Birth: ABT 1705 in King & Queen Co., VA. Death: 20 SEP 1770 in Spotsylvania Co, VA

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1. Title:   paine.ged
2. Title:   roberts.GED
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Notes
a. Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [roberts.GED] Patent of land in Spotsyvlania Co 22 Jan 1717; sold 350 ac to John Farish 2 Feb 1741. Places of Residence: Drysdale Parish, King & Queen Co; Spotsylvania Co., VA Reference in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex Co., VA as the parents of Ann Paine. The first definite mention of Barnett Paine was the 1704 Quit Rent Roll for King and Queen Co., VA at that time he owned 130 acres. By 1718 Barnett Paine had increased his land holdings to 350 acres. Barnett Paine was involved in numerous land transactions in K & Q Co., and, when Spotsylvania Co was formed in 1720 from Essex, King William, and King & Queen Co. He was involoved in numerous land transactions there. He remained a resident of King and Queen Co., until his death about 1742 or 1743. Before his death Barnett Paine served as the administrator of the estate of his son, Barnett Paine, Jr. He lived at one time in Spotsylvania in 1724 next to Lawrence Franklin. Franklin ancestors were named Bernard. Supposedly the sons migrated from Spotsylvania Co., VA to Burke Co., NC in the mid to late 1700's. Children: Ann PAINE b: 22 SEP 1693 in Middlesex Co,VA Barnett PAINE William PAINE John PAINE b: Abt 1705 in King & Queen Co.,VA George PAYNE Thomas PAINE Robert PAINE Patent of land in Spotsyvlania Co 22 Jan 1717; sold 350 ac to John Farish 2 Feb 1741. Places of Residence: Drysdale Parish, King & Queen Co; Spotsylvania Co., VA Reference in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex Co., VA as the parents of Ann Paine. The first definite mention of Barnett Paine was the 1704 Quit Rent Roll for King and Queen Co., VA at that time he owned 130 acres. By 1718 Barnett Paine had increased his land holdings to 350 acres. Barnett Paine was involved in numerous land transactions in K & Q Co., and, when Spotsylvania Co was formed in 1720 from Essex, King William, and King & Queen Co. He was involoved in numerous land transactions there. He remained a resident of King and Queen Co., until his death about 1742 or 1743. Before his death Barnett Paine served as the administrator of the estate of his son, Barnett Paine, Jr. He lived at one time in Spotsylvania in 1724 next to Lawrence Franklin. Franklin ancestors were named Bernard. Supposedly the sons migrated from Spotsylvania Co., VA to Burke Co., NC in the mid to late 1700's. Ann PAINE b: 22 SEP 1693 in Middlesex Co,VA Barnett PAINE William PAINE John PAINE b: Abt 1705 in King & Queen Co.,VA George PAYNE Thomas PAINE Robert PAINE[paine.ged] Patent of land in Spotsyvlania Co 22 Jan 1717; sold 350 ac to John Farish 2 Feb 1741. Places of Residence: Drysdale Parish, King & Queen Co; Spotsylvania Co., VA Reference in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex Co., VA as the parents of Ann Paine. The first definite mention of Barnett Paine was the 1704 Quit Rent Roll for King and Queen Co ., VA at that time he owned 130 acres. By 1718 Barnett Paine had increased his land holding s to 350 acres. Barnett Paine was involved in numerous land transactions in K & Q Co., and , when Spotsylvania Co was formed in 1720 from Essex, King William, and King & Queen Co. H e was involoved in numerous land transactions there. He remained a resident of King and Quee n Co., until his death about 1742 or 1743. Before his death Barnett Paine served as the administrator of the estate of his son, Barnet t Paine, Jr. He lived at one time in Spotsylvania in 1724 next to Lawrence Franklin. Frankli n ancestors were named Bernard. Supposedly the sons migrated from Spotsylvania Co., VA to Burke Co., NC in the mid to late 17 00's.


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