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Name Description Source
James Bratchey Deed Book 13, Pg. 106: 11 Nov 1766: Hugh Hicklin and Elizabeth to James Bratchey, 50. 100 acres on a draft of Newfoundland Creek, now called the Bullpasture.  Wallis Estill and Robert and John Carlile.  Delivered: James Bratchey. November, 1767. 2, pg. 446
James Bradshaw Deed Book 13, Pg. 255: 16 May 1767: James Botkin and Dinah ( ) to Robert Carlile, 50, 216 acres on Cowpasture River; corner a tract in possession of Robert Hall.  Test: John Carlile, Jas. Bradshaw, Wm. Black 2, pg. 451
James Bradshaw Land Office Patents E, p. 710:  1 September 1780:  Grantee: James Bradshaw.  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 76 acres adjoining his own land on a branch of the Bullpasture River. 3
James Bradshaw Land Office Patents E, p. 878:  Grantee, Thomas Hicklin.  1 September 1780:  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 85 acres joining the lines of Jas. Bradshaw's land on the waters of the Bull Pasture. 3
James Bradshaw Deed Book 27, Pg. 203: 23 Aug 1791: James Bradshaw, of Fayette County, Ky., Thomas Bradshaw and Margaret Bradshaw of Augusta, to John Canote (Kanote), part of 364 acres patented to Robert Ralston, 15th December 1749; also 25 acres patented to Thomas Bradshaw, Sr., 1st September, 1780, and became property of grantors by heirship.  Teste: Thos. Goone, Jno. Nichole. 2, pg. 593
John Bradshaw Deed Book 27, Pg. 341-347: 16 May 1786: Philip ( ) Hansell to sons Lawrence and Geroge Hansell, horses, cattle, chattels.  Teste: John Bradshaw, James Peebles, Andrew Lockridge 2, pg. 578

John Bradshaw,  grantee.

Land Office Grants No. 20, p. 559:  24 July 1789:  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 135 acres on the dividing waters of Wilsons Mill Run and the Dry Branch waters of Jacksons River and on the east side of his own land.

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John Bradshaw

Land Office Grants No. 23, p. 119:  29 March 1790:  Grantee: William Green.  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 400 acres on the head of Wilsons Mill Creek a branch of Jacksons River joining land of Thos. Hugart at one end and John Bradshaw at the other end.

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John Bradshaw, grantee.

Land Office Grants No. 28, p. 489:  1 July 1793:  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 100 acres on the waters of Jacksons River and agjoing. his own land on the west side.

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John Bradshaw grantee.

Land Office. Grants A-Z:  19 August 1796:  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 47 acres on the west side of the Bullpasture and on the north side of his home tract.

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John Bradshaw

Land Office Grants No. 23, p. 119:  29 March 1790:  Grantee: William Green.  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 400 acres on the head of Wilsons Mill Creek a branch of Jacksons River joining land of Thos. Hugart at one end and John Bradshaw at the other end.

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Thomas Bradshaw Deed Book 3, Pg. 288: 23 May 1751: Robert Rallstone and Martha, to Thomas Bradshaw, 364 acres, Moffett's branch of Cathey's River; corner John Smith; patented to Robert, 15th December, 1749.  Test: William Snadon, Alex. Gardner. 2, pg. 294
Thomas Bradshaw Deed Book 6, Pg. 506: 18 Mar 1755: Robert Young, plantationer, to William, Hugh and Joseph Young, his sons, for their better preferment and advancement.  Conveys his personal estate. Ducan McFarland, weaver; Thomas Bradshaw, weaver; (Robert called distiller).  Teste: Francis Dame.  Delivered: James Young 2, pg. 332
Thomas and Margrit Bradshaw Deed Book 13, Pg. 213: 18 Mar 1767: Thomas Bradshaw ( ) and Margrit ( ) to James Hogshead, Jr., 59, 150 acres on Moffet's branch, part of 364 acres patented to Robert Ralstone, 15th December, 1749, and by him conveyed to Thomas; corner James Hogshead. 2,  pg. 450
Thomas Bradshaw Deed Book 22, Pg. 515: 5 Jul 1774: 363 acres patented to Jacob Bear. Teste: Thomas Bradshaw, John Sterling 2, pg. 558

Thomas Bradshaw,  grantee.

Land Office Patents E, p. 879:  1 September 1780:  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 25 acres on the south side of Moffetts Branch.

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Thomas Bradshaw,  grantee.

Land Office Grants No. 25, p. 562:  22 February 1792:  Location: Augusta County.  Description: 168 acres on the south side of his other land.  "Heir at law to Thomas Bradshaw deceased"

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Thomas and Margaret Bradshaw Deed Book 27, Pg. 203: 23 Aug 1791: James Bradshaw, of Fayette County, Ky., Thomas Bradshaw and Margaret Bradshaw of Augusta, to John Canote (Kanote), part of 364 acres patented to Robert Ralston, 15th December 1749; also 25 acres patented to Thomas Bradshaw, Sr., 1st September, 1780, and became property of grantors by heirship.  Teste: Thos. Goone, Jno. Nichole. 2, pg. 593
William Bradshaw Land Entry Book 1: 24 Feb 1749-50: William Bradshaw, 200 on Back Creek, on Reed's road, above Davidson's survey. 1, pg. 377
William Bradshaw Deed Book 7, Pg. 546: 14 Mar 1758: Sampson and George Mathews, executors of John Mathews, Jr., 8.12, 291 acres on Mill Creek in Fork of James; Thos. Williams line, cor. Joshua Mathews; cor. Wm. Bradshaw.  Teste: Audly Paul, Wm. Mathews 2, pg. 351
William Bradshaw Deed Book 13, Pg. 302: 4 May 1767: Sampson and George Mathews, executors of John Mathews, to William McBride.  John in his lifetime sold to William Bradshaw 306 acres in forks of James River and by his will directed his executors to make deed for same and Bradshaw relinquishes his purchase in favor of William McBride.  70 paid to John and 80 paid to executors.  306 acres, corner John Mathews  2, pg. 453

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1 Chalkley, Lyman; Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Volume II; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1989
2 Chalkley, Lyman; Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Volume III; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1989
3 Virginia. Land Office. Register. Land grants, 1779-, Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA