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Name Description Source
Anne Bradshaw Deed Book 8: Pages 193-194: 5/18/1753: Anne Bradshaw gave to her children Edward and Mary Curd various items of personal property. 2
Benjamin Bracher Deed Book 1: Page 471: 3/5/1733:  John Gun of Goochland Co., to James Westbrook of same, for 20, 130 acres, being part of 300 acres granted by 28 Sept. 1730, with all houses.  Wit: Benj. (B) Bracher, George Bearfoot, Signed: John (I) Gun, Recorded: 19 March 1733 3, pg. 48
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 1: Page 396: 5/2/1733: Thomas Dawson of St. James Parrish, Goochland Co., to Benjn Bradshaw of same, for 50, land on north side of James River, 100 acres on Licking Hole Creek, bounded by said Dawson's plantation.  Wit: Thos. Murrell, Willm Cain, Signed: Thomas Dawson, Recorded 5/15/1733 3, pg. 41
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 2: Page 44: 4/26/1734: Thomas Dawson of St. James Parrish, Goochland Co., to Benjamin Bradshaw, for 20, land on north side of Licking Hole Creek, adjoining land sold him before.  Signed: Thomas Dawson, Recorded 1/21/1734, Mary, wife of Thomas, relinquished her dower right 3, pg. 58
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 2: Page 136: 7/2/1735: Thomas Murrell of St. James Parish, Goochland Co., to Benjamin Bradshaw of same, for 25, land on north side of James River and north side of Bever Dam Creek, bounded by Lewis's line, formerly called Amos Lead's corner, 50 acres.  Wit: John Moor, John (I) Good, Mary (M) Good. Recorded 19 Aug. 1735. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, relinquished her dower right 3, pg. 69
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 2: Page 136: 7/2/1735: Thomas Murrell of St. James Parish, Goochland Co., to Benjamin Bradshaw of same, for 25, 50 acres where said Murrell liveth on north side of Bever Dam Creek.  Wit: John Moor, John (I) Good. Signed: Thos. Murrell, Benja. (B) Bradshaw.  Recorded 19 Aug. 1735. 3, pg. 69
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 2: Page 271: 2/14/1736: Thomas Murrell of St. James Parish, Goochland Co., to Benjamin Bradshaw of same, for 20, land on north side of James River bounded by John Good, said Bradshaw; being part of tract divided between him and me, Cole Clark's road.  Wit: Jeffrey Murrell, Willm Kain.  Signed: Thomas Murrell. Recorded 15 Feb. 1736. 3, pg. 84
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 4: Page 301: 12/16/1743: John Goode to Benjamin Bradshaw 4, 35
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 7: Pages 178-179: 7/18/1757: Benjamin Bradshaw gave to his son John Bradshaw 150 acres on Lickinghole Creek. 2
Benjamin Bradshaw Deed Book 12: Page298: 5/7/1778: Benjamin Bradshaw gave to his brother William 3 slaves. 2
Claibourne & Elizabeth Bradshaw Deed Book 14: Pages 396-397: 4/1/1787: Claibourne & Elizabeth Bradshaw sold to Learner Bradshaw 79 acres on Lickinghole Creek. 2
Field Bradshaw Deed Book 5: Pages 253-255: 4/16/1747: Field Bradshaw sold to Field Robinson 100 acres on Deep Creek. 2
John Bradshaw Deed Book 8: Pages 388-389: 2/21/1764: John Bradshaw sold to Thomas Whitlock 6 acres on a branch of Bever Creek. 2
John & Hannah Bradshaw Deed Book 14: Pages 317-319: 9/18/1786: John & Hannah Bradshaw sold to Archer Payne 49 acres on the waters of Beaverdam Creek. 2
Heirs of John Bradshaw Deed Book 16: Page 196: 12/22/1794: Survey of the land of John Bradshaw equally dividing the land among his 6 children. 2
Heirs of John Bradshaw Deed Book 16: Pages 384-385: 2/16/1795: The heirs of John Bradshaw sold 1 acre & a house to John's widow Hannah Bradshaw being the late dwelling place of John Bradshaw. 2
Larner Bradshaw Deed Book 5: Page 387-389: 2/15/1747: Larner Bradshaw bought from Jeffry Clark 100 acres on Horsepen Creek 2
William Bracher 9/16/1756: William Bracher sold to Turner Clarke 50 acres of land willed to him by his father. 2
William Bradshaw 390 acs. NL in Goochland Co. bet. Deep Cr. & Muddy Cr., adj. Stephen Hughes; 3 Dec 1733, p. 130. L2 1, pg. 24
William Bradshew Deed Book 3: Pgs 540-542: 5/14/1741: William Bradshew gave 200 acres on Deep Creek to John Robinson. 2
William Bradshaw Deed Book 4: Pgs 207-208: 7/1/1743: William Bradshaw bought 330 acres on Deep Creek from William Tabour. 2

William Bradshew,  grantee.

Land Office Patents No. 24, p. 32:  20 September 1745:  Location: Goochland County.  Description: 800 acres on both sides of Deep Creek.

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Stephen Mallet 200 acs. Goochland Co. on the S brs. of Deep Cr.; adj. Rachel Hubbard, John Hughes, William Bradshaw & William Tabor; 29 Jun 1739, p. 317, L1 1, pg. 191
John Robinson 400 acs, Goochland Co., near the head of Muddy Cr.; adj. Samuel Nuckols, William Bradshaw & William Tabor; 20 Jul 1738, p. 56 L2 1, pg. 167

William Tabor

Land Office Patents No. 17, p. 370:  9 July 1737:  Grantee: William Tabor.  Location: Goochland County.  Description: 400 acres on both sides of Deep Creek, adjoining William Bradshew.

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1 Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants; Edited by Denis Hudgins; Volume Four: 1732-1741; Virginia Genealogical Society, Richmond, 1994
2 Goochland County Court House Records, Goochland County, VA
3 Goochland County, Virginia Wills and Deeds 1728-1736; Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III
4 Goochland County, Virginia Wills 1742-1749; Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III
5 Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774., Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA