Henrico Co., VA. Record Book No. 3 (1694-1701)
Film # 0031770
Page 260: March Court 1699. John Gill vs. Nicholas Sharpe. Debt. Ref'd.

Henrico Record Book No. 5 (1688-1697)
Page 133: June 2, 1690. In Court: Will Gill for swearing.
Page 321: May 16, 1692. In Court: Will Gill for once swearing. ("by God." p. 322)

1704 Rent Rolls (from Tina Ellis) John Gill Henrico County, 1705

Bristol Parish, VA
William, son of Stephen & Martha Gill. b. 6 Inst. (Jan) 1721/2; Bapt. Jan. 20, 1721/2.
Ann, dau. of Jos. & Eliz. Gill b. 30 May last, Bapt. June 15, 1723.
Amy, dau. of Stephen & Martha Gill b. 25 May; Bapt. 30 Aug. 1729.
Lucy Jones, dau. of Erasmus Gill & Sarah his wife was b. Sept. 7th and Bapt. the 23rd 1792.
Lucy Jones, dau. of ditto buried Sept. 23rd 1792.
May 24, 1724. It is ordered that Joseph Gill, being in a weak condition not able to work be acquitted from paying Parish Levies.
Oct. 3, 1725. It is ordered that Ann Gill be allowed by ye Vestry five yards blew plains from Maj. Munford he to be payd at the next laying ye levies as also Capt. Randolph to let ye sd Gill to have linnin to make two shirts, he to be allowed for It at the laying the next Levies.
By order of Henrico County Court dated 3 July 1727......Henry Vaden and Webster Gill procession from Youls branch to the Extent of the Parish on the north side of the land.
1727. Ordered that Betty Gill, a bastard child of Mary Gill be bound to Capt. Buller herbert as the Law Directs.
Vestry at Terry Chapple, Nov. 10, 1735. Paid: To Charles Couzens for keeping Eliz. Gill. 200 (This is probably the widow of Joseph Gill, who died in 1732).

Edward Gill. Transported. Chicheley Corbin Thacker received 3,080 acres for his transport in King and Queen Co. 1701.

Frances Gill. Transported. John Teasly received 200 acres. Isle of Wight Co. 1713.

George Gill. John and Emanuel Richardson received 2400 acres in New Kent Co. 1701. George Gill was a land-owner in the description.

Henry Gill. Amos Ladd rec. 250 acres in Henrico Co. which was adjacent to Henry Gill. North side of James River; mentions Beaver Dam Creek. 1718.

Henry Gill. 500 acres, Henrico Co. Pumunkey River adjacent to William Ladd; Beaver Dam Creek. 1714. Henry was a landowner.

Hugh Gill. A transported person. Samuell Williams & Daniell Coleman rec. 600 acres in King William Co. between Herring Creeks, 23 Apr. 1703.

Joseph Gill was a transported person. Herny Michelle, Jr. rec. 327 acres, in Prince George Co. 1717.

Rochelle Gill a transported person. Thomas Taylor rec. 150 acres in Isle of Wight Co.1715.

Stephen Gill a transported person. John Woodson rec. 15,096 in Henrico Co. Forgot to ask year.


Orphans Court Book 1677-1739, Henrico Co. VA

Book by Pauline Pearce Warner

Page 60: "Att a Court held at Varina for Henrico County the first day of Octobr A ( "o" symbol like degrees) dm ("o") 1689 A "o" regni regis & regina Guil(s?) & Mar (some other symbol, such as used to shorten a longer word).

(This was the only reference in the entire book to Gill or Guille). I have no idea what this means.

Page 71: 1693. The Complaint this day Exhibitted by Rosamon Webster agst. Phillimon Jones Concerning her son Charles Cousens: It is ordered that the said Jones doe appeare at the next Court and give Security for performing his part of an Indenture made between the sd. Jones & Cousens his apprentice.

Page 71: 1693. Capt. Peter Field and Mr. John Wilson did this day In open Court with Rosamon the Admx and Guardian to the orph. of Thomas Webster decd Confesse and acknowledge themselves their heirs Exrs & Adms. Joyntly and Severall indebted to the ( ? ) their Majesties Justices of the peace for this County in the Sume of one hundred thousand pounds of tobacco Conditionally that if the said Rosamon as Admx. & Guardian aforsd did well and truly in Every respect perform her duty as by law Enjoyned and Save the Court harmless and Endemnified Then this Recognizance be void or Else remain in full force & vertue.

Page 104: 1711. Thomas Webster appears in proper person and acknowledges to have Received from Charles Cousens the estate which was due to him and doth discharge the said Cusins from the Same.


Henrico County Virginia Deeds 1750-1774 at 481

19 June 1756 Deed of Mortgage from Robert Scott of Henrico County to John Pleasants and Robert Pleasants, his son, for payment of 15 pounds, 9 shillings and 6 pence, and lawful interest, to be paid before 19 June next ensuing, 100 acres, being the tract whereon said Robert Scott now dwelleth, bounded on the east by Francis Redford, on the south by Abraham Childers, on the west by Hayes Whitlow, on the north by John Frazier and David Gill. Wit: Thomas Pleasants, William Gathright, Thomas Perkins, Thomas Storrs. Signed Robert (his R mark) Scott. Recorded 7 March 1757

From Davis and Williams (2007) henrico county Deeds 1750-1774. Heritage Books

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