Book (1713-1728), pp. 756-760:
1 Feb 1720 or 1721:
"To a survey for John Bradshaw lying between Nummisseen and
Mawhipponock Creeks" 91 acres
||Patent Book 12, pg. 278: 17 Aug. 1725: 91 acs. (N. L.), Pr.
Geo, Co; bet. Nummisseen Cr. & Mawhipponock Cr; adj. lines of John
Tucker, James Franklin, Ragsdell, & Hobbey; 17 Aug. 1724, p. 278. 10
||3, pg. 291
||380 acs. Pr. Geo. Co. on Bowens Br. of Nummisseen Cr. above John Gullums
L.; 12 Mar 1739/40, p.545. £2.
||1, pg. 211
||Land Office Patents No. 27, p. 217:
25 July 1749: Grantee: John Bradshaw.
Location: Prince George County.
Description: 766 acres on both sides of Bowens Branch of Nammisseen
Creek adjoining Ravenscroft Gilliam &c.
||Land Office Patents No. 25, p. 93:
5 June 1746: Grantee: William
Cross. Location: Prince
George County. Description:
300 acres on the upper side of Stells Branch of Bear Swamp adjoining
George Stell, John Bradshaw &c.
|William Hamlin, Gent.
||386 acs. Pr. Geo. Co. on both sides of Bowens Br. of Nammissean Cr. adj.
Thomas Broadway Junr., John Bradshaw, Edward Parrum,
Ravenscroft, John Gillum & Edward Brathwaite; 26 Mar 1739, p. 290 £2.
||1, pg. 189
||780 acs. Pr. Geo. Co. on both sides of & crosssing a large Fork of
Kitts Br. of Nammisseen Cr.; adj. John Bradshaw below his
Upper corner next Stells Br., adj. Parrum; 12 Mar 1739/40, p. 607 £4.
||1, pg. 215
Note: The headwaters of the Namozine Creek
are in Nottoway County northeast of Burkeville. The creek flows
northeasterly to the Appomattox River forming the county lines between Nottoway
and Dinwiddie County, as well as Amelia and Dinwiddie County. The location
of this land was most likely in the northeastern part of current day Nottoway
||Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants; Edited by Denis
Hudgins; Volume Four: 1732-1741; Virginia Genealogical Society, Richmond, 1994
||Record Submitted by Mark Arslan
||Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants;
Abstracted by Nell Marion Nugent; Volume Three: 1695-1732; Virginia State
||Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents,
1623-1774., Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA