Page 3: Nov. Court 1787. Grand Jury included John Gill and Edward Gill.

Page 30: Dec. Court 1787. A Visit of (Ad quad Dammum?) with an Inquisition thereunto annexed taken at a place proposed to erect a water grist mill by James Gill being returned on consideration whereof it is ordered that the said Gill have leave to erect the said Mill.

Page 42: Feb. Court 1788. Joseph Gill has leave to keep Ordinary at his house in the County on his giving Bond as the Law requires.

Page 72: March Court 1788. Daniel Mann vs. Erasmus Gill. Abates by the return.

Page 79: April Court 1788. On the motion of Stephen Gill who gave Bond as the law requires, License is granted him to keep Ordinary at his house for one year ensuing the date hereof.

Page 83: April Court 1788. On the motion of Eams Administration of the Estate of Susannah Dance, deceased, is granted him, he thereupon gave Bond and took the oath required by Law. John Gill heir at law to the said Susannah Dance came into Court and relinquished his Right of Administration on the same.

Page 86: April Court 1788. The last Will and Testament of Thomas Gill, deceased, was proved by the oaths of John Bott and John Gill, witnesses thereto, and was ordered to be recorded. The Executor therein named refusing to qualify, Administration on his Estate with the will annexed is granted Mary Gill. She thereupon gave Bond as the law requires.

Page 86: April Court 1788. Ordered that William Cousins, George Cousins, Edward Dance, and James Gill, or any three of them, they being first sworn, to appraise the Estate of Thomas Gill, deceased.

Page 117: June Court 1788. On the motion of James Gill he is exempted from paying taxes on Warrick an old and infirm Negro.

Page 134: August Court 1788. Mary Gill (P) vs. William Gibbs & John Rowlett (D).  Debt. Dismissed the Defendants costs.

Page 188: Dec. 11, 1788. Last Will and Testament of Robert Gill, deceased, was proved by the oath of James Gill, a witness thereto, and continued for further proof, and on the motion of Daniel Dyson an Executor named in the said Will, he gave Bond and took the oath as the Law requires.

Page 190: Dec. Court 1788. An Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of Thomas Gill, deceased, being examined, was ordered to be recorded.

Page 197: January Court 1789. The last Will and Testament of Robert Gill, deceased, was further proved by the oath of William Clarke, a witness thereto and was ordered to be recorded.

Page 200: Feb. Court 1789. A deed from Robert Gill to Isham Wells proven by the oaths of James Gill, William Eames, and Edward Dance, witnesses thereto and was ordered to be recorded.

Page 204: March Court 1789. James Gill in a Grand Jury list.

Page 236: April Court 1789. A deed from Aaron Ferguson to James Gill was acknowledged by the said Aaron and ordered to be recorded.

Page 239: April Court 1789. On the motion of Stephen Gill who gave Bond as the Law directs, License is granted him to keep Ordinary at his House in the County for one year ensuing the Date hereof.

Page 240: April Court 1789. On the motion of Benjamin Gill and for reasons appearing to the Court, he is exempted from paying taxes on Lucy, an old and infirm Negro.

Page 240: April Court 1789. On the motion of Joseph Gill who gave Bond as the Law directs License is granted him to keep Ordinary at his House for one year ensuing the date hereof.

Page 241: April Court 1789. Ordered that Joseph Gill, William Dunnivant, Stephen Gill, James Gill, or any three of them being first sworn to appraise the Estate of Isham Evans, deceased.

Page 244: May Court 1789. James Gill in a list of Grand Jurors.

Page 245: May Court 1789. On the motion of Mary Gill who gave Bond as the Law directs, she is appointed Guardian to Thomas Gill and Peter Gill, orphans of Thomas Gill, deceased.

Page 246: May Court 1789. On the motion of Mary Gill, Administrator of Thomas Gill, deceased, and Guardian of Thomas Gill and Peter Gill, orphans of the said Thomas, deceased, Ordered that Thomas Clarke, George Robertson, William Cousins, and Edward Archer, or any three of them to divide the Estate of the said Thomas, deceased, between the said Mary Gill, Thomas Gill, and Peter Gill.

Page 257: May Court 1789. Ordered that John Williams pay Joseph Gill 125 lb. Tobacco for attending this Court five days as a witness for said Williams vs. Archer.

Page 264: June Court 1789. John Gibbs wishes to erect a water grist mill, which is near property of Edward Gill. A jury to decide the request.

Page 268: July Court 1789. An acre of land belonging to Edward Gill was assigned to John Gibbs, so that he could erect a water grist mill.

Page 320: August Court 1789. Edward Gill surviving acting Executor of Daniel Gill, deceased (P) vs. John Bott (D). Plaintiff to recover against the Defendant 50 Pounds with interest. Paid by Bond given to John Gill. [*note: although Bond given to John Gill, this must be a mistake with names, as the Plaintiff was Edward Gill, not John.]

Page 335: Sept. Court 1789. Ordered that Thomas Worsham, Maurice? Belcher, Stephen Gill, and James Gill, or any three of them to view the grounds regarding a Road leading from David Moore’s mill to (Wimlipork?) Road and make report.

Page 337: Sept. Court 1789. On the motion of William Gill he is sworn Picker of Tobacco at John Bolling’s Warehouses in this County.

Page 372: Feb. Court 1790. A deed from Andrew Baugh to Rowlett Gill was acknowledged by Baugh and ordered to be recorded.

Page 372: Feb. Court 1790. A Division of Negroes between John Rowlett, William Rowlett, Thomas Rowlett, Thomas Covington, William Clarke, and Edward Eames was proved by the oath of Rowlett Gill, a witness thereto and ordered to be recorded.

Page 397: April Court 1790. Stephen Gill granted a one-year License to keep Ordinary at his House.

Page 398: April Court 1790. Deed from William Perkinson to Rowlett Gill (for William Rowlett) was proved by oaths of Thomas Rowlett, William Rowlett, and John Rowlett.  Deed was acknowledged and ordered to be recorded.

Page 400: May Court 1790. Grand Jury list included Edward Gill.

Page 414: May Court 1790. Minor, Gill and Brown (P) vs. James Ferguson.

Page 445: June Court 1790. Deed from Susanna Mann to Daniel Morris was proved by oaths of Daniel Naden, Daniel Totty, and Joseph Gill.

Page 487: Sept. Court 1790. A deed from Francis Gill to Joseph Gill proved by oaths of witnesses Daniel Mann, James Gill, and George Markham.

Page 488: Sept. Court 1790. A deed from Thomas Totty & al to Armistead? Davis was further proved by the oath of Frederick Traylor, a witness thereto, and Sukey Gill, wife of James Gill, being privily examined acknowledged the same.

Page 489: Sept. Court 1790. Last Will and Testament of Robert Gill, deceased, was further proved by oath of Rowlett Gill, a witness thereto, and ordered to be recorded.

Page 496: Oct. Court 1790. Recommended Militia Officers: included Rowlett Gill Lieutenant to Captain Walthall’s Company.

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