Edward Gill, died in 1811, son of Daniel Gill

Page 90: Jan. 7, 1785. Willliam Gibbs and Edward Gill appointed Tobacco pickers at John Bolling’s and took the oath required by Law.(Gill Chesterfield Co., VA.  Court Order Book No. 7, 1784-1787)

Page 98: March Court 1785. The last Will and Testament of Field Archer was proved by Edward Gill and continued. Edward Archer, an Exec. named gave Bond and took required oath.

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

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

Page 370: May Court 1792. Ordered that Robert Burton pay Edward Gill 25 lb. tobacco for one days attendance at this Court as a witness for the said Burton vs. William Perry.

Page 377: May Court 1792. Same with Edward Gill on page 370.

Page 381: May Court 1792. Same with Edward Gill on page 370.

Page 455: Aug. Court 1792. Ordered tht Robert Burton pay Edward Gill 25 lb. tobacco for one days attendance at this Court as a witness for the said Burton vs. William Perry.

Page 32: Jan. Court 1793. Ordered that the hands of John Rowlett, Daniel (Dyson?), (?) Perkinson, John (Pilcher?), (Creed Berry?), Edward Gill, Ephraim Andrews, John (?), and Frederick? (?), do work on the road district No. 86 under the surveyor thereof.

1811 Chesterfield Will Book 7, p. 476-477, Bond of his administrator William Gill (his brother), dated 1811.

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