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Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia
Volume I
Order Book No VII

May 19, 1762
Page John Hopkins and Joohn Herdman, surveyors of highway, from Ephraim
Love's to James Wait's.
August 23, 1762
Page 317 Archd. Hopkins, special bail

Order Book No VI
Page 312 Lieutenant John Hopkins, for ranging.

Order Book No XI
Page 500 Hemp certificates: Baptist McNabb, James Crockett, Thos.
McCallock, Pat. Hays, Andrew Hall, Andrew Woods, Elizabeth Taylor,
Andrew Lewis, Alexr. Evans, David Forbes, John Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins

Typed by Coleen Scot  granscot@centex.net

 

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XI.
page 145
Page (500) Hemp certificates: Baptist McNabb, James Crockett, Thos. McCallock, Pat. Hays,Andrew Hall, Andrew Woods, Elizabeth Taylor, Andrew Lewis, Alexr. Evans, David Forbes,John Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins.

Page (449) John Lock, runaway servant of Archibald Hopkins. Solomon Lein, runaway servant of James Pollick.

Page (471) On petition of John Hopkins, Samuel Moral, Peter Vaminon, Michael Wolf, John Gordon and Nicholas Harpole-to view a road from the widow Moses's to Gabriel Cock's.

Page (21) John Hopkins qualified Captain.

XVI Page (222) Tithables to be taken in following Companies: Capt. John Hopkins'

XVII.
page 214 Page (217) Thomas Bowyer proves that in 1760 he was appointed Lieutenant of a Company of Regulars raised in the Virginia Regiment, at that time commanded by Colonel Byrd, since deceased; that he served in said office until said regiment was disbanded, and that on the said regiment's being disbanded he entered into the Virginia Regiment then raised, commanded by Colonel Hopkins, in 1762, as a subaltern in said regiment.

XXIII.
page 277
Page (81) Henry Hall, heretofore bound to John Gunn, to be bound to Philip Hopkins.

XXIV.
page 317
Hopkins vs. Love.--John Hopkins vs. Joseph Love on a note dated Philadelphia, 30th May,1745.

XXIV.
page 417
Isabella Burns vs. George Mathews.--Capias, 11th July, 1797. Action to recover from George,the board, etc., of his wife,, Margaret. Order by Margaret to Mr. Robert Gamble to pay the account to "Sister Burns," 1793. Mrs. Margaret Mathews to Philip Hopkins. 1793, One hat for Grace. One hat for Charles Mathews. Received of Mrs. Isabella Burns the above account in full.  Philip Hopkins. 1793. Boarding Mrs. Mathews fifty days. Boarding Miss Peggy. Boarding Miss Jean. Boarding son, George. Boarding son, Charles. Boarding driver, Patrick Donoghe. Boarding servant, Grace. 1797. Order by Isabella dated Harrisonburg.

XXIV.
page 422 Cochran vs. Hopkins.

XXIV.
page 429
Commonwealth vs. Cavern.--Signatures of Hugh Brown, John Tanner (Johann Danner), James Hopkins, Andrew Wilson, John and Michael Dickey.

XXIV.
page 509
Sir:--I have received information by the deposition of David Harned, etc., that a certain William Hinton has openly appeared in defense of George the Third, King of Great Britain, and in open violation against the United States of America, and has enlisted men in behalf of the King of Great Britain. These are therefore to request you, in the name of the Commonwealth, to raise any number of volunteers or as many as you will think necessary without the loss of time. You are to march your men to Smith's to apprehend the said William Hinton and all his abettors and all those concerned in behalf of the said King and in violation against this Commonwealth. You are to bring them to Staunton and have them secured under a proper guard until proper proceedings can be had on them, and I expect they will receive their proper reward of their deserts. You are to be
reinforced by Capt. David Bell, Thomas Hewit, Capt. William Anderson, Captain Hopkins and Capt. Daniel Smith. Herein fail not. Given under my hand this 19th August, 1777. (Signed) Abraham Smith. To Capt. Patrick Buckhanon. Endorsed: "By virtue of the within order, I have taken Martin Groeder and Henry Groeder, and John Groeder, William Hinton, Peter Hinton, and Elisha Nox, and brought them before Sampson Mathews, William Bowyer and Alexander St. Clair. (Signed) Patrick Buchanan. August 21, 1777.

Mrs. Grace P. Hopkins, Historian, Louisa Adams Chapter.

No. I.
page 15 Page (18) Claim Patrick Martin--taking up a slave, property of Dr. Hopkins

. VI.
page 85
Page (312) Lieutenant John Hopkins, for ranging. William Christian, for ranging and provisions for his Company. James Bell, for a horse impressed. John Henderson, for ranging. Saml. McDowell, for ranging.

VII.
page 97
Page (215) John Hopkins and John Herdman, surveyors of highway, from Ephraim Love's to James Wait's.

VII.
page 100 Page (317) Archd. Hopkins, special bail.

VIII.
page 110
Page (327) Robt. Scott, 3 tithables, and 820 acres, added to tithables. Six tithables of Stephen Willis added to tithables. Will of John Harrison, Jr., proved by John Hopkins and lies for further proof.

No. XI.
page 145
Page (500) Hemp certificates: Baptist McNabb, James Crockett, Thos. McCallock, Pat. Hays,Andrew Hall, Andrew Woods, Elizabeth Taylor, Andrew Lewis, Alexr. Evans, David Forbes,John Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins.

No. XV.
page 179
Page (449) John Lock, runaway servant of Archibald Hopkins. Solomon Lein, runaway servant of James Pollick.

No. XV.
page 180
Page (471) On petition of John Hopkins, Samuel Moral, Peter Vaminon, Michael Wolf, John Gordon and Nicholas Harpole-to view a road from the widow Moses's to Gabriel Cock's.

No. XVI.
page 182 Page (21) John Hopkins qualified Captain.

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
EXECUTIONS.
page 7
Brewer Reeves vs. Peter Crim and Jacob Hawler--1,000 Pennsylvania currency, 800 Virginia currency. Bond, Ezekiel Harrison and Brewer Reeves, of Rockingham, to Archibald Hopkins, 28th June, 1781. Capias Rockingham, 24th June, 1793.

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
JUDGMENTS.
page 54
Francis Erwin & the heirs of William Erwin, decd., viz: James R. Erwin, Francis Allen and Margaret (late Erwin), Robertson Erwin, Davidson Erwin, Theophilus Gamble & Elizabeth (lateErwin) Robert Erwin; And the heirs & Reps. of Jane Hopkins, decd. (late Erwin) who was alsoone of the heirs of William; viz: William & Thomas C. Hopkins, infants vs.----O. S. 499. N. S.187. --Bill filed 3rd April, 1835--Francis Erwin, Senr.; died intestate 1791, leaving lands on Long Glade to sons John, William & Francis--John died after his father intestate, unmarried & without issue leaving William. Francis & 5 sisters, viz: Elizabeth, who married Andrew Nichol; Mary, who married William Erwin; Jane, who married John Erwin; Frances, who married James Allen; Susannah, who married George Balsley. William & Francis bought interests of the five sisters (Jane is now widow--Elizabeth is dead; leaving large number children). (See this paper for large number of descendants all over the U. S.)

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
JUDGMENTS.
page 134
Gullion vs. Fulton--O. S. 162; N. S. 57--Bill in Wythe County, 1799. When act was passed for ascertaining claims to unpatented lands, John Gullion claimed a tract by improvement on head of Walker's Creek, but owing to a legal incapacity "he was prevented from asserting his claim before the Commissioners." In 1783 Hugh Fulton, deputy surveyor, agreed to get John an entry andwarrant for the tract, but afterwards refused to convey to John, and tried to sell to others. Answersays John Gullion was one of those description of persons called Tories, and refused to apply tothe Commissioners for a certificate of his right, alleging that such a title was worth nothing and that he would wait until King George got possession of the country. Defendant was a deputy surveyor
in Montgomery County in 1783. John Gullion and Barney Gullion were brothers. Defendant moved to Kentucky, Mason County, in 1790. On 17th June, 1803, suit abates by orator's death. On 10th August, 1803, on motion of Barney Gullion, Duncan Gullion, John Messersmith and Nancy, his wife, Patrick Johnston and Esther, his wife, Isaac Hopkins and Polly, his wife, James and Robert Peirce, suit is revived. John died intestate leaving Barney and Duncan (brothers), Nancy and Esther (sisters), Polly, a daughter of John's, deceased sister Polly, James and Robert,sons of said deceased sister Polly. Alexander Smith, who was attorney in the case, accepted acommission in U. S. Army in 1808. Daniel Pierce deposes in 1805 that 31 years ago Hugh
Gullion raised corn on the land and left what he had to John Gullion, before Hugh was killed by the Indians at the Point on Shawnee Expedition. George Kinder deposes ditto. Hugh Gullion was in possession of the land in 1774. Samuel Fulton and Hugh Fulton were brothers.

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
JUDGMENTS.
page 183
Davidson vs. Lacey--O. S. 232; N. S. 82--Copy of record in Harrison County. Bill filed
September, 1803, by Fanny Lacey, relict and widow of Thos. B. Lacey, late of Harrison County; Lydia Lacy, Wm. Hopkins Lacey, Elizabeth Jackson Lacy, Sarah Lacy, John Botts Lacy, Fanny Frazure Lacy, children of said Fanny, against Joseph Davison, John Davison, Peter Deveman and Stephen R. Wilson. (Bill addressed to Ohio County Court.) Fanny was Fanny Hopkins from New Kent County, Va., and shortly after the marriage they moved to Harrison County. The marriage was contrary to the wishes of Fanny's father, William Hopkins, but he gave Fanny a slave in 1794. Thomas B. died 12th January, 1802. William Hopkins died 1799 intestate, and his son, Reuben Hopkins, administered and Reuben died 1802. Peter De Everman died 1804. James Bartlett deposes in Harrison County.


JUDGMENTS.
page 258
Pollard vs. Pollard--O. S. 380; N. S. 139--Bill in Richmond City Superior Court, 1809, by Elizabeth Boush Pollard, wife of Richard C. Pollard, [p.258] by Henry Martin of Fluvanna, nextfriend, and by Arthur Pollard by same. Elizabeth B. was daughter of Dr. James Hopkins, of Amherst, who died 1803, testate. Will, 31st October, 1802. Richard C. has deserted Elizabeth and gone to Louisiana or Mississippi. Deed, 5th November, 1798, by James Hopkins, at present of Annadales, Amherst County, to only surviving child, Anna Boush Pollard, at present of Mount Liberty, of same county, for parental affection and anxious to alleviate the miserable state of those my fellow mortals whom the Supreme Creator and Governor of all hath put into my hands--slaves
to be emancipated. Recorded in Amherst, 17th June, 1799. Will of James Hopkins, of Amherst County. To be buried by his parents in the burying ground on land formerly belonging to hisfather, but now Mr. Samuel Dyer's, in Albemarle. Legacy to heirs of his friend, Dr. George Gilmer, of Albemarle; also to Col. Wm. Miles Cary, formerly of Fluvanna; also to Edward BybeeCarpenter, formerly of Amherst, since of Bedford or Pittsylvania, to William Allen, stonemason,formerly of Amherst, now of Kentucky; negroes to be emancipated, devises land to wife. Sister, Lucy Robinson, living in Pittsylvania, and her sons, Nicholas and Arthur. Wife was Ann Sparks Hopkins. Establishes a hospital, patients to be poor and afflicted, one with consumption, one with
the yaws or venerial diseases, and one with stone in kidney or bladder. The physician is to use his best efforts to effect cure. If he is successful, or if he is so only in one instance of the three in one year, then the physician is to enjoy the occupancy of the farm and building another year gratis, and so on from year to year; but if he is not successful in curing two of the patients in the second year,or in one of the two first years, he shall for the third year cure two patients ill of one of the saiddisorders (four in all) for that year; and if he fail that year to cure two out of the four, then the trustees have discretion to dismiss him. The farm-hospital is to be located in Buckingham, Campbell or Bedford. Contributions are to be asked to enlarge the hospital and to establish bounties for cure of the species of deplorable disorder, such as hydrophobia, and on the discovery of any useful medicine of native American plants or vegetables or of foreign origin,
makes trustees (besides his executors), viz: Wilson Cary Nicholas, of Albemarle; Wm. Lewis, son-in-law of his sister, Mary Cabell, of Buckingham; Wm. Callaway, son-in-law of his sister, E. Smith, near New Loudon; Saml. Calland, also son-in-law of sister Smith. Hospital not to be more than 12-15 miles from James River or from town of New Loudon. Two acres to be purchased and house built, then conveyed to John Shephard, preacher of the Gospel, Tandy Kee and Richard Breedlove, members of the Methodist Society. To be called Christ Church; to be opento any other denomination; also a preaching house to be erected on his Waterford tract in Fluvanna by trustees, viz: His brother, William Hopkins, Tandy Kee and Skyler Harris, of Albemarle, to be called the Waterford Preaching House. Son-in-law, Richard C. Pollard; nephew, James Hopkins, eldest son of brother Arthur Hopkins, late of Pittsylvania County; grandson, Arthur, only child of Elizabeth Boush Pollard; grandnephew, Arthur Hopkins, son of James, supra; grandnephew, Jacob Hopkins, son of nephew William, son of brother William; daughter, Elizabeth B. Pollard--Arthur Pollard was born February, 1794; brother-in-law (Dr. Wm. Martin Wallace?) William Martin (?); brother, Wm. Hopkins--place to be called Limerick; nephew, James Hopkins Davis, son of sister Amelia; sister Frances Davis's deceased children; sister Isabella Town's children; nephew, John Davis, son of sister Jane Davis, deceased; brother-in-law, Braxter Davis, of Mecklinburg County; nephew, Joseph Cabell; niece, Mrs. Mary
Hopkins Breckinridge, of Kentucky; nephew, Gen. Saml. Hopkins, of Kentucky.

RECORD BOOKS IN CIRCUIT COURT OFFICE.
BOOK MARKED "RECORDS."
page 271
Page 244--Wm. Hopkins vs. ---- ----. Bill, 1827. Wm., orator, is son of Wm. Hopkins, who, on 25th August, in 1800, conveyed lands to son Arthur, brother of Wm., Jr., on Toller's Creek, in Albemarle. Deed was never recorded. Arthur died in Kentucky, intestate. Wm., senior, is also dead, intestate. Wm., senior, left following descendants and heirs, viz: Saml. Hopkins; Jane, widow of ---- Moon; Susan, wife of Jacob Robertson, formerly Susan Haden; Samuel, Christopher and Robert Haden, infants of Elizabeth Haden, formerly Hopkins; Ann, wife of Peter Porter; Margarite D., wife of John H. Roberts; Mildred, wife of James Thomas; Isabella, wife of Henry Turner; Mary C. Hopkins, orator, and Arthur. Deed, 26th August, 1800, by Wm.
Hopkins, Senior, and wife, Mary, of Albemarle, to Arthur Hopkins, of Cumberland County, Kentucky.

MARRIAGE LICENSES, MARRIAGE BONDS, AND MARRIAGES.
1793-1794.
page 331
1799--December 2, Wm. Blain and John Henry, surety. Wm. Blain and Sarah Hopkins Henry, daughter of Saml. Henry (consent). Teste: P. Thompson.

MEMORANDUM OF MARRIAGES FOR 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795.
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY RECORDS.
page 369
1783--April 29th, Ezekiel, Reuben, and Josiah Harrison going to Georgia; same order as to Gawin Hamilton. Samuel Harrison granted certificate of good character and Wiggish principles.Captain Thomas Hewit appointed guardian to Mary, orphan of John Cloverfield. Jeremiah, son of Wm. Haney, to be bound. Margaret, daughter of Wm. Haney, to be bound. William Donnophon proves he lost a smooth-bore gun in serving a tour of duty under Colonel Naul at Stoner's Mill, near Portsmouth, in 1781. Cornelius Cain appointed Captain vice Wm. Herring. Ulrick Gortonappointed Lieutenant in Captain Wm. Herring's Company. Michael Mullen appointed Ensign inCaptain Wm. Herring's Company. Richard Custard appointed Captain vice Michael Baker, and
former order appointing John Riddle is reversed. Noah Humble appointed Ensign in Custard's Company. Jno. Hopkins appointed Ensign in Captain George Baxter's Company. Court of Claims.

DELINQUENTS.
ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS.
page 415
1753-4--John Catlett, runaway; Harmoneous Dacker, gone away; Edward Hogain, gone away; Jno. Hopkins, gone away; Sam'l Munsey, runaway; Jno. Doyl, runaway; Nicolus Nut, out of County; Wm. Price, out of County; Jno. Pharis, out of County; Sam'l Patton, out of County; Jno.Rorick, to Carolina; Barned See, gone out of County; Nicolas Roberts, gone away; Luse Thompson, to Carolina; Cres Thompson, to Carolina; James Winters, gone away; Owen Wickfield, out of county; Timothy Coe, gone away; George Carevan, gone away; Chas. and Moses Dotson, out of County; Thos. Milsaps, Jr., gone away; George Malcom, runaway; Wm.McKinney, Jr., Frederick; Barned McKinney, Frederick; Jno. Posey, runaway; Benj. Posey,
runaway; Thos. Roberts, gone away; Benj. Roberts, gone away; Stephen Wright, gone away; Wm. Shipman, out of County; Jeremiah Wittegay, to Carolina; Joseph Wright, runaway; Henry and Chas. William, gone away.

DELINQUENTS.
ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS.
page 420
1766--Supernumeraries: Thos. Shanklin, 1; John Deniston, 2; James Bruister, 1; Perunia Regen, 1; John Taylor, 1; Chas. Powers, 1; Aaron Hughs, 1; Martin Shoemaker, 1; Thomas Gordon, 2; John Barley, 1; Philip Crites, 1; Geo. Conrod, 1; John Shanklin, 1; Adam Raeburn, 1; James Crawford, 1; Mich'l Shorley, 1; John Black, 1; Joel Robinson, 1; Thos. Frames, 1; Mich'l Mildeberger, 1; Thos. Hutcheson, 1; Ephraim Love, 3; Mark Rigs, 1; Charles Parsons, 1; Andrew Bushong, 1; David Keal, 1; Francis Hughes, 1; Henry Shoemaker, 1; John Stalp, 1; Sam Nicholas, 1; Wm. Lewis, 1; Jno. Slavin, 1; Boslin Nosler, 1; John Hopkins, 2; James Bell, 2; Geo. Shoemaker, 1; Geo. Jordan, 1; Adam Kelvie, 1; Edw'd Beard, 2; John Stephenson, 5;
Petter Assomsis, 1.


AUGUSTA PARISH VESTRY BOOK.
ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS.
page 435
Daniel Harrison and Morgan Bryant report, viz: Processioned for Samuel Harrison, present Daniel Love, John Wright; processioned for Robert Cravens, present Daniel Love, John Wright; processioned for Daniel Harrison, present John Rutledge, Richard Wainscot; Daniel Harrison not processioned, there being a dispute; processioned for James Anderson, lines unknown; processioned for Col. James Wood; processioned for Daniel Harrison, present Archibald Hopkins; processioned for Daniel Harrison, present Jacob Dye, Richard Wincot; processioned for Cornelius Bryan, present Thos. and Benj. Bryan; processioned for Charles Robinson, present Adam Reder; processioned for Townsend Robinson, present Adam Reder; processioned forThomas Moore, present Francis Hughes; processioned for John Miller, present Thos. Hughes,Thos. Moore; processioned for Thomas Moore, present Francis Hughes; processioned for Joseph Hite, present Samuel and David Stuart; processioned for Jacob Chrisman, present David Stuart, Sam'l Harrison; processioned for Robert McKay, present Thomas Bryan; processioned for Robert McKay, present Thomas Bryan; processioned for Jost Hite, present Thomas Bryan; processioned for Jost Hite, present Thomas Bryan; processioned for Robert McKay, present Thomas Bryan; processioned for Wm. Duff's estate, present John Miller; processioned for Robert Green, present John Miller; processioned for Robert Green, present John Miller; processioned for James Robeson, present John Miller; processioned for George Bowman, present Richard Winscot; processioned for Joseph Bryan, present Wm. Bryan; processioned for Morgan Bryan, present James Bryan; processioned for Samuel Wilkins, present Wm. and James Bryan and Samuel Wilkins.

AUGUSTA PARISH VESTRY BOOK.
ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS.
page 441
Page 150.--1755: Thos. Moore and David Robson processioned as follows, viz: For Adam Reader, present Arnold Custard, Alex. Painter; for Adam Burd; for Nicholas Cane, present his son, Daniel Cane; for John Miller; for Wm. Pickins; for Jno. Forting; for Wm. Caslberry; for Wm. Hopkins, present Thos. Shanklin; for Francis Green; for Thomas Gordon; for James Beggs, present Uriah Humble; for Jacob Bare; for Jacob Trumbo, present Amrode Lamb; for Rees Thomas, present Jno. Thomas; for John Bare; for Thomas Moore, present Francis Hieghl; forDavid Robson.


AUGUSTA PARISH VESTRY BOOK.
ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS.
page 454
Page 429.--James Meteire, Thomas Shields, Saml. Blackwood, James Henderson, William Palmer, Robt. Thompson, from Burden's line to William Tease's between South Mountain and Kennady's Road by Staunton and thence by the Tinkling Spring Meeting House. Andrew McClure, John Galespie, James Craige, Jr., and James Patterson, from Tease's by the Tinkling Spring to Christian's Creek, down the Creek to the mouth, down Middle River to South River, toSouth Mountain. Joseph Bell, Robert Russell, Robert Rodgers, James Lessley, Jr., Alex. Walker,Hugh Donahoe, beginning at Foard of Christian's Creek below the Court House, down the same to the Mouth, down Middle to South River, down to the Forke up North River to Fowler's, to
Staunton. William McKemey, Thomas Waddle, John Young, Jr., David Erwin, William Fowler, Hugh Diver, Jr., from Court House to Jenning's Gap, thence along the mountain to the Dry River, down the same to North River, down to Fowler's, thence to Staunton. Robert Cravens, Jeremiah Harrison (son of Thomas), Archibald Hopkins, Isaac McDonnald, David Robinson, Cornelius Riddle, from Fowler's along the road to the County Line on the side to the North Mountain. Michael Humble and Thos. Baggs, in Brock's Gap to the Mountain. Benj. Logan, John Fraizer, David Laird, Reuben Harrison, Jacob Woodley, Evain Phillips, from County Line to Fowler's,
down North River to Mr. Jones's, thence along the Picket Mountain to County Line. Frederick Armontrout, Augustine Price, John Coutts, Stephen Hanceberger, Saml. Magart, Jno. Miller, Callum Price, from Mr. Jones's to the Pickett Mountain and as low as the County line on both sides the river to Mouth of South River. Isaac Robinson, Geo. Rider, James Johnston, Jno. Thomas, in the Forrest. John Graham, Jr., William Hamilton (Andrew's son), William Elliot (Govenor), John Waughub, on both rivers of Calf Pasture and waters thereof. John Bodkin, John Montgomery, John McCreery, Jr., Hugh Hicklin, John Clendenning, James Hugart, Saml. Hamilton, from head to mouth of Cow Pasture and waters thereof. James Burnside, Loftus Pulling, Richard Bodkin, Jr., John Estill, in Bull Pasture and waters thereof. John Willson, Stephen Willson, John Dean, Robert Armstrong, William Mann, Edward McMullen, from head of
Jackson's River to mouth of Cowpasture. George Givens and Wm. Galespie, from mouth of Cowpasture to mouth of Craig's Creek. John Dunkle, Henry Pickle, Henry Stone, Michl. Props, Jr., William Davis, Jno. Roadabough, on South Fork of Potowmack. Nicholas Harpool and Martin Peterson, on North Mill Creek.

AUGUSTA PARISH VESTRY BOOK.
ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS.
page 462
Page 270.--James Allen, Sr., and Pat. Crawford, in Capt. James Alexander's Company. Robert Hooks and John Stevenson, in Capt. Shanklin's Company. John Hopkins and David Walston, in Capt. Ephraim Love's Company. Abram Bird and David Robinson, in Capt. Michael Warren's Company.

ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS.
page 465
Page 295.--1760: Processioned by John Hopkins, David Ralston, in Capt. Ephraim Love's Company: For Thomas Gordon, for Francis Green, for Jeremiah Harrison, for Daniel Love, for Daniel Callkin, for Robert Cravens, for Thos. Harrison, for Ephraim Love, for Widow Johnston, for Alex. Herring, for Edward Shankling, for Widow Logan, for William Logan, for JohnCravens, for Widow McDonel, for Joseph Cravens, for Wm. Hopkins, for John Hopkins, for Thomas Shankling, for Alex. Miller, for Mathew Black, for Thos. Campbell, for Daniel Harrison, for Daniel Harrison, Jr., for Samuel Harrison, for Robert Harrison, for Pat. Guin, for Wm.Snoding, for John Fowler, for David Nelson, for Samuel Briges, for John McGill, for Christopher Thompson, for John Wright, for Archibald Hopkins.

REVOLUTIONARY DECLARATIONS--AUGUSTA COUNTY, VA.
page 466
Joseph Peck's Declaration: Mentions Lieut. Catlan, Commander Dudley Salterson, Commander John Hopkins.

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT. WILL BOOK NO.1.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 18 Page 274.--14th November, 1750. Charles Gallagher's will (Gallaghar)--Beloved friend, Rev. Mr. William Wappaler, 10; beloved friend, Rev. Mr. Taylor, 10; beloved friend, William Hopkins; beloved friend, Samuel Cerrel; beloved friend, Ephraim Love, executor. Teste: William Hopkins, Isaiah Shipman, Jennet Love. Proved, 28th August, 1750, by Wm. Hopkins, and others
summoned. Proved, 26th February, 1750, by other witnesses, and Ephraim Love qualified executor.

WILL BOOK NO.3.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 63
Page 28.--28th June, 1758. Peter Moser's estate settlement, by Michael Mallow, allowed 19th May, 1761--To Cathron Moser, Jno. Hopkins, Danl. Love, James McDole, Jno. Wright, Fardrick Kestor, Jacob Harper, Andrew Arewen, Powl Shaver, Eaform Love, Nickles Hofman, Edward McGary. (2nd vendue held 8th November, 1758?) To Alex. Miller, James McGill, Jno. McCoy. (3d vendue held 3d October, 1760.) Credit by Patterkole money received on Peter Moser's account. From Jno. Madison, from George Caplinger, from Henry Carr, from CaptainCartley (Keartley), Capt. Abraham Smith (patterole money), from Captain Smith, for provender;
from Captain Smith, on account of Wm. Wood; from Jno. Hogleer; from Capt. Ephraim Love, for provender and paterrole (patrol) money; from Capt. Smith, patterole money. Paid Jacob Rolman, paid Daniel Smith for clorking, paid Fredk. Opp for schooling, paid Fredk. Easter for salt and store goods, paid Johnson Hill for weaving, paid John Hughes, paid Stephen Conrad, the blacksmith. [p.63]

WILL BOOK NO.3.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 66  Page 92.--17th November, 1761. Robert Harrison's appraisement by Hugh Hamilton, John Hopkins, Robt. Cravens. Recorded.

WILL BOOK NO.3.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 82
Page 296.--23d August, 1758. John Harrison, Jr.'s will, yeoman--Brother Zebulon, eldest son of Jno. Harrison, tract on Smith's Creek, 400 acres; to Phel Harrison, eldest daughter of Zebulon; to sister Phebe Moore, and her daughter; Ann Davison, and to her daughters; Phebe Davison; to brother, Reuben. Executors, brothers Zebulon and Reuben. Teste: Jonathan Douglass, Jno. Hopkins, James Breame (?). Proved, 15th November, 1763, by Jno. Hopkins, and 16thNovember, 1763, by Jonathan Douglass. Executors qualified (Zebulon's mark ), with Danl. Love, Robt. Cravens.

WILL BOOK NO.3.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 87
Page 370.--21st November, 1764. Silas Hart's (sheriff) bond (with Danl. Harrison, Andw. Erwin, Jno. Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins, Geo. Anderson, Wm. Anderson) to collect officers' fees.

WILL BOOK NO.3.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 87
Page 370.--21st November, 1764. Silas Hart's (sheriff) bond (with Danl. Harrison, Andw. Erwin, Jno. Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins, Geo. Anderson, Wm. Anderson) to collect taxes.

WILL BOOK NO.3.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 87
Page 371.--21st November, 1764. Silas Hart's (sheriff) bond (with Danl. Harrison, Andw. Erwin, Jno. Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins, Geo. Anderson, Wm. Anderson) to collect quit rents.

No. 4.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 118
Page 403.-- -- May, 1771. Archibald and John Hopkins' (commissioners) assignment of dower to Sarah Harrison (widow) recorded.

WILL BOOK NO. V.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 138
Page 301.--15th April, 1774. Thomas Shankland's (his mark) will, farmer--To wife, Eleanor, tract adjoining Thomas Gordon; to grandchildren, viz: Of son Robert's children, viz: Thomas, William, Robert, son John, son ----; son Thomas' son Thomas; to oldest son, Robert. Executors, sons Robert and John. Teste: William and Archibald Hopkins, George Baxter. Proved, 17thJanuary, 1775, by Archd. Hopkins and Baxter. Executors qualify with Archd. Hopkins, Geo. Baxter.

WILL BOOK NO. V.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 141
Page 384.--1st February, 1775. Thomas Shanklin's estate appraised by Ephraim Love, John Hopkins, Jesse Harrison.

WILL BOOK NO. V.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 143
Page 410.--14th July, 1775. James Davison's will--To wife, Jane; to eldest son, John, infant; to two youngest children; to daughter, Mary; to division "among my children." Executors, Archibald and John Hopkins. Teste: John Hagarty, Wm. Chesnutt, James Dunn. Proved, 19th March, 1776, by Chesnutt and Dunn. Executors summoned. At a Court for Augusta County by authority of the Commonwealth of Virginia, August 20, 1776, Archibald and John Hopkins refuse to qualify executors.

WILL BOOK NO. VII.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 195
Page 388.--Dr. estate of John Hind in account with William Hind, administrator--1788, paid Archibald Hopkins as per son Ephraim; 1788, paid Daniel Kidd, bond given in 1772 as per Dutchman's receipt.

WILL BOOK NO. VIII.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 215
Page 339.--17th July, 1798. Subscribers form themselves into a fire company--James
Edmonson, Wm. Breckinridge, J. Bowyer, Michael Garber, Sr.; Peter Elliott, Joseph Dickey, John Gorden, Robt. McCullock, Geo. Grant McIntosh, John McCausland, Vincent Tapp, Abraham Teebo, Jacob Leas, Philip Hopkins, David Griener, John Moore, John Fackler, Alex.St. Clair, H. Paul, Jacob Swoope, Samuel Clarke, W. Herren, W. Chambers, Geo. Mitchell, Thos. Barry, David Parry, Joseph Cowan, Hamp Keyes, Cornelius Baldwin, Smith Thompson, John Backenstoe, Jno. Wayt, Jno. Johnston, Robt. McDowell, Jno. Wise, James McGongal, Joseph Points, Ro. B. St. Clair, Andrew Haveouf, Jno. McDowell, Jacob Kinney.

DEED BOOK NO. 2.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 270
Page 16.--29th July, 1748. Jacob Dye and wife Mary, farmer, to Ephraim Love, late of
Lancaster County, Penna. Delivered: Wm. Hopkins, 5th March, 1753. Muddy Creek; corner Daniel Harrison, Wm. White, Wm. Carroll.

DEED BOOK NO. 7.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 345
Page 390.--16th March, 1757. William ( ) Castleberry and Margaret ( ), his wife, to Ersbald Hopkins (delivered Archibald Hopkins, May, 1763), 130, 350 acres on Muddy Creek.

DEED BOOK NO. 8.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 353
Page 82.--20th March, 1759. Robert Ralston and Martha (her mark) to Thomas Campbell, 6, 40 acres on a branch of North River called Muddy Creek. Teste: Ephraim Love. James Bruster, Jno. Davison. Delivered: Archibald Hopkins, March. 1763.

DEED BOOK NO. 9.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 376
Page 531.--20th August, 1761. Ephraim Love to William Hopkins, 20, on head branch of  Muddy Creek above John Hopkins' land patented to said Love and William Hopkins, 5th September, 1749, the Aspe Bottom Branch, 204 acres. Teste: John Poage, Daniel Love, John Hopkins.

DEED BOOK NO. 9.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 376
Page 533.--20th August, 1761. William Hopkins and Elizabeth to John Hopkins, 20, 200 acres, part of 258 acres conveyed to William by Cap. Ephraim Love, on a branch of Muddy Creek; cor. between William and John Hopkins; cor. Ephraim Love. Teste: Daniel and Ephraim Love.

DEED BOOK NO. 11.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 398
Page 244.--22d June, 1763. Thomas Campbell to Archibald Hopkins, 7, on Muddy Creek of North River, 40 acres; corner to land now or formerly Robt. Raulston's. Teste: John Poage,Richard Shanklin, James Hughes.

DEED BOOK NO. 11.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 402
Page 350.--5th June, 1762. John McGarry and Sarah ( ) to James Greer, farmer, power of attorney to recover a patent for the land John now lives on and convey same to Archibald Hopkins. Teste: Ephraim Love and John Hopkins. [p.402]

DEED BOOK NO. 11.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 402
Page 352.--17th September, 1763. John Megarry and Sarah by James Greer, attorney, to Archibald Hopkins (John, formerly of Augusta, but now of North Carolina), 40, 170 acres on Muddy Creek on a line of Pincher's old place. Teste: John Archer, Wm. Hyde. Delivered to Thomas Hopkins, the grandson of grantee, who produced the original patent for the same lands in testimony of his right to have the same as per receipt filed with the deeds of this same date, 19th January, 1814. (Receipt says Thomas is entitled to the land by devise from Archibald, his grandfather.)

DEED BOOK NO. 11.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 402
Page 354.--21st June, 1763. Jacob Gum and Sarah to Thomas Gordon, 20, 165 acres patented to Jacob. 16th August, 1756, on head spring of Linville's Creek. Teste: Ephraim Love, James Green, John Hopkins.

DEED BOOK NO. 11.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 418
Page 772.--4th September, 1764. Thomas O'Neal to Archibald (Ersbald) Hopkins. 4, 27 acres on a branch of Muddy Creek; corner Wood's land. Teste: Ephraim Love, Jno. Hopkins, Geo. Baxter.

DEED BOOK NO. 16.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 494
Page 178.--19th March, 1770. Benjamin Kinley to William Hopkins, 70, on a branch of Brock's Creek, 215 acres; Rees Thomas' line.

DEED BOOK NO. XVII.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 509
Page 221.--2d May. 1771. Gabriel ( ) Powel to Archibald Hopkins, 15, cows and horses. horses and cows. Mortgage to secure 15.

DEED BOOK NO. 19.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 534
Page 443.--17th June, 1771. Ephraim Love to John Hopkins, on head branches of Muddy Creek, part of tract whereon said Love now lives. Teste: Silas Hart, Daniel Smith, Jno. Grattan, Jno. Steed, Jno. Gorden.


DEED BOOK NO. 21.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
page 545
Page 233.--22d November, 1775. John Kennerley and Mary, of Craven County, Camden District, South Carolina, to James Kennerley. Patented to Wm. Russell, 1st December, 1740. Patented to Joseph Bloodworth, 1st August, 1745. Teste: John Strother, William Kennerley, Joseph Strother. Certificate that the other witnesses that Joseph Strother, the other witness who came with them from South Carolina to prove this deed, died since his arrival. Privy examination of Mary as to above certified by Robert Goodwin, David Hopkins and Richard Brown.

 

This large and informative overview of the history of the
Scotch-Irish outlines the most noteworthy events of Scottish history.
Use this database to acquaint yourself with this group as they appear in
North Britain, North Ireland, and North America. The record mentions
many prominent Scotch-Irish individuals in the revolutionary war and
other parts of American history, as well as lengthy discussions of the
Great Plantation of Ulster.

Bibliography: Hanna, Charles A. The Scotch-Irish: The Scot in North
Britain, North Ireland, and North America Vol.1 New York, NY:
G. P. Putnam, 1902.

The Scotch-Irish, p.12
In 1779, and thereafter, of the sixteen additional regiments raised under
resolution of Congress of 27th December, 1776, the 2d and 3d (Virginia) were
united under Nathaniel Gist; the 4th (Pennsylvania) was designated as the 11th
Pennsylvania; the 5th, 6th, and 7th (Massachusetts) were united under Henry
Jackson, and became the 16th Massachusetts in 1780; the 8th and 12th (New
Jersey) were united under Oliver Spencer, and the remainder seem mostly to
have been continued by their respective States as additional regiments until
1781. The Massachusetts Line (fifteen regiments) remained substantially intact
until 1781; as did those of New Hampshire (three regiments), Rhode Island
(two regiments), and Connecticut (eight regiments), until the end of 1780.
Lieutenant-Colonel Isaac Sherman succeeded Giles Russell in command of the
8th Connecticut in October, 1779; and the names of John Bailey (in 1780),
Ichabod Allen (in 1778), Samuel Carlton (in 1778), and Edward Wigglesworth
(in 1779) disappear as commanders of regiments from Massachusetts. There
was no change in the number or commanders of the five regiments of New
York from 1778 to 1781, excepting in the case of the 5th, where Marinus
Willet succeeded Lewis Dubois in December, 1779. In New Jersey, the 4th
was probably incorporated with one of the additional regiments after 1778. In
Pennsylvania, Morgan Connor succeeded William Irvine as commander of the
7th in May, 1779, and he was succeeded in January, 1780, by Josiah Harmar;
the 12th and 13th were disbanded before the close of 1778. In Delaware,
Joseph Vaughan continued in command of the one regiment from that State to
the close of the war. In [p.13] Maryland, Otho H. Williams was transferred to
the command of the 1st and John Gunby to that of the 2d, in January, 1781;
Lieutenant-Colonels John E.Howard and Thomas Woolford serving
successively in the 5th up to October, 1779, under Colonel William
Richardson; and Lieutenant-Colonel N. Ramsay succeeding Mordecai Gist as
commander of the 3d at the beginning of 1779. In Virginia, the 12th, 13th,
14th, and 15th regiments were disbanded towards the close of 1778; William
Davies became colonel of the 1st, Abraham Buford of the 2d, and John Gibson
of the 7th, in February, 1781; the 9th, 10th, and 11th having also been
disbanded. In North Carolina there are no returns from the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th,
after 1778. In South Carolina, the 2d regiment seems to have been under
command of Major Isaac Harleston after December, 1778, the 1st and 3d
remaining unchanged to 1781; there are no returns, lists, or rolls of the 4th to
be found, but Isaac Huger continued as colonel of the 5th to June, 1779, and
the regiment remained in service until 1781. The names of Colonels Francis
Marion and David Hopkins also appear in orders. In Georgia, the 1st, 2d,
and 3d regiments remained in service to the close of the war; the 4th probably
not later than 1779.

The Scotch-Irish, p.20
Colonel, Stephen Moylan; Captains, Moore, Plunket, Hopkins, Heard,
Pike, Gray; commissioned officers, 15; staff, 5; non-commissioned and
privates, 187.

The Scotch-Irish, p.31
LET us now examine the composition of the Continental Congress of 1776, the
fifty-six members of which were the signers of the Declaration. So far as can at
this time be ascertained, that body consisted of thirty-four of English descent,
as follows: John Adams (Mass.), Samuel Adams (Mass.), Josiah Bartlett (N.
H.), Carter Braxton (Va.), Samuel Chase (Md.), George Clymer (Pa.),
William Ellery (R. I.), Benjamin Franklin (Pa.), Elbridge Gerry (Mass.), Lyman
Hall (Ga.), John Hancock (Mass.), Benjamin Harrison (Va.), Thomas
Heyward, Jr. (S. C.), Joseph Hewes (N. C.), Stephen Hopkins (R. I.),
Francis Hopkinson (N. J.), Samuel Huntington (Conn.), F. L. Lee (Va.), R. H.
Lee (Va.), Arthur Middleton (S. C.), Robert Morris (Pa.), Lewis Morris (N.
Y.), William Paca (Md.), Robert Treat Paine (Mass.), John Penn (N. C.),
Caesar Rodney (Del.), Benjamin Rush (Pa.), Roger Sherman (Conn.), Richard
Stockton (?) (N. J.), Thomas Stone (Md.), George Walton (Ga.), William
Whipple (N. H.), Oliver Wolcott (Conn.), George Wythe (Va.); eleven of
Scottish: William Hooper (N. C.), Philip Livingston (N. Y.), Thomas McKean
(Pa.), Thomas Nelson, Jr. (Va.), George Ross (Del.), Edward Rutledge (S.
C.), James Smith (Pa.), George Taylor (Pa.), Matthew Thornton (N. H.),
James Wilson (Pa.), John Witherspoon (N. J.); five of Welsh: William Floyd
(N. Y.), Button Gwinnett (7) (Ga.), Thomas Jefferson (Va.), Francis Lewis (N.
Y.), William Williams (Conn.); one of Swedish: John Morton (Pa.); two of
Irish: Charles Carroll (Md.), Thomas Lynch, Jr. (S. C.). The father of George
Read (Del.) was born in Ireland and his mother in Wales; Abraham Clark, of
Elizabethtown, and John Hart, of Hunterdon County, both from strong Scottish
settlements in New Jersey, are difficult to place.

The Scotch-Irish, p.180
Of the twenty.nine names given above, the bearers of seven were of Scottish
descent in the male line--Webster, Grant, Fulton, Irving, Cooper, Stuart, and
Gray; Marshall was Welsh and Scotch; Morse, English and Scotch; Jefferson,
Welsh, English, and Scotch; Farragut, Spanish; Audubon, French and Spanish:
Clay, uncertain; Edwards, Welsh; Adams, English and Welsh; and the
remaining fourteen English. Of the other names voted on by the jury, the fifteen
receiving the most votes under the number necessary to elect (fifty-one) were
as follows, the names of those of Scottish descent (six out of fifteen) being
printed in italics: John C. Calhouh (49), Andrew Jackson (49), John Quincy
Adams (48), William Cullen Bryant (48), James Madison (48), Rufus Choate
(47), Mark Hopkins (47), Elias Howe

The Scotch-Irish, p.582
[p.583]Early in December, the inhabitants of Derry were alarmed to hear that a
Catholic regiment under Lord Antrim was about to be placed in their town as a
garrison, and that these troops were actually on their march. This alarm was
strengthened by a sermon preached to the Roman Catholics of Derry, showing
how dangerous it was to spare even one of those whom God had devoted to
destruction. On the 7th of December, when a copy of the letter addressed to
Lord Mount-Alexander was received by Alderman Tom-kins, the people
concluded that Lord Antrim was coming to murder the inhabitants. A fearful
scene of excitement ensued, and many determined to fight rather than admit the
king's forces. Dr. Hopkins, the Episcopalian bishop of Derry, pointed out
the sin of disobeying James, the "Anointed of the Lord," but the people could
not comprehend that it was "a crime to shut the gates against those whom they
believed sent thither to cut their throats." Nine out of every ten being
Presbyterians, they were the more inclined to reject a policy they condemned,
because it was advocated by a man whose office they despised. But when the
Rev. James Gordon, Presbyterian minister of Glendermot, strongly advised
resistance, they were easily persuaded to adopt the course they desired, when
urged by one who held the same religious principles as themselves. The spirit of
the Derry Presbyterians now rose high. Lord Antrim's soldiers were drawing
near. No time was to be lost. Thirteen young men, since known to history as
the "'Prentice Boys of Derry," drew their swords, ran to the gate, and locked it,
when the Irish were only sixty yards distant. Their names were: William Cairns,
Henry Campsie, William Crookshanks, Alexander Cunningham, John
Cunningham, Samuel Harvey, Samuel Hunt, Alexander Irwin, Robert
Morrison, Daniel Sherrard, Robert Sherrard, James Spike, James Steward.
The other gates were secured and the magazine seized. The Irish soldiers
remained outside until they heard a man named James Morrison shouting,
"Bring about a great gun here," when they retired in haste and recrossed the
river. Bishop Hopkins now addressed the multitude, telling them that in
resisting James, who was their lawful king, they were resisting God Himself.
But this speech had no effect, and he soon left the town to those whom he
called "the disloyal Whigs."

The Scotch-Irish, p.610
[p.611]~ENACTED, that the Persons hereafter named, viz. :--Hugh
Montgomery, Earl of Mount Alexander; John Skeffington, Viscount
Massareene; William Caulfield, Viscount Charlemont; William Stewart,
Viscount Mountjoy; Ezekiel Hopkins, Lord Bishop of Derry; Henry Lord
Blaney, of Monaghan; Sir Arthur Royden, of Moyra, Bart.; Sir Francis
Hamilton, of Castlehamilton, Bart.; Sir William Franckiln, of Belfast, Bart.; Sir
Tristrum Beresford, of Ballykally, Bart.; Sir John Mugill, of Gill-Hall, Knt.;
Samuel Morrison, Gent.; all late of the CITY OF DUBLIN. Robert Rochford,
Esq., of WESTMEATH. Henry Baker, of Dumagan, Esq; James Brabazon, of
Carrstown, Gent.; Christopher Fortescue, of Dromiskin, Esq.; all of the
COUNTY OF LOWTH. George Vaughan, of Buncrana, Esq.; John Forward,
of Coolemackiltraine, Esq.; Hugh Hamill, of Lifford, Esq; William Groves, of
Castles-hannaghan, Esq.; Kilmer Braizier, of Rath, Esq.; Major Gustavus
Hamilton, of Rusogile; John Wigton, of Raphoe, Gent.; John Cowen, of St.
Johnstown, Gent.; Chas. Calhoone, of Letterkenny, Gent.; James Fisher, of
Derry, Gent.; and Captain Jervis Squire, of Donagh-more, all of the COUNTY
OF DONEGAL AND LONDONDERRY. David Kearnes, of Askragh, Esq.;
Audley Meryn, of Trilick, Gent.; George Walker, of Donoughmore, Clerk;
William Stewart of Killemoon, Gent.; all of the COUNTY OF TYRONE. John
Knox, of Glasslogh, Clerk, of the COUNTY OF MONAGHAN. Clotworthy
Skeffington, of Antrim, Esq.; Col. Robt. Adaire, of Ballymena; Arthur Upton of
Templepatrick, Esq.; Lieutenant-Colonel William Shaw, of Gemeway; Captain
William Shaw, of Bash; Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Hueston, of Cregg; Captain
William Adare of Ballymena; all of the COUNTY OF ANTRIM. Daniel Mac
Neale, of Dundrum, Gent., of the COUNTY OF DOWN. Major Joseph
Strowde, of Lisburne, in the COUNTY OF ARMAGH. Alex. Stewart, Esq.,
son of the Lord Mountjoy; Warham Jemett, Collector; Capt. Alexander
Lecky, Capt. Samuel Norman, Capt. Matthew Cockins, Capt. Alex. Tomkins,
Capt. John Tomkins, Capt. Thomas Mon-crieff, Capt. James Lennox, Capt.
Horace Kennedy, Lieut. Wm. Crookshanks, Lieut. Jas. Spicke, Lieut. Danl.
Sherrard, Lieut. Edward Brooks, Lieut. Henry Long, Lieut. William Macky,
Lieut. Robert Morrison, Lieut. Wm. Newton, Lieut. Henry Campsy, Lieut.
Henry Thompson, Col. George Philips, of Newtownlimavady: Lieut.-Col.
Edward Carry, of Dungivin; Capt. Stephen Heard, Capt. James Strong, Capt.
Thomas Ash, Capt. Samuel Hobson, Captain Abraham Hilhouse, of
Ballycastle; Col. George Canning, of Garvagh; Capt. Wm. Church, Capt.
Miller, Capt. Adam Downing, of Bellaghy; Captain Samuel Wright,
Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Lundy, and David Rosse, of Londonderry, Gent.;
all of the COUNTY OF LONDONDERRY. Capt. Chidley Coote, of
Voughtershire, ROSCOMMON. Henry Nickleson, of Ballanagargine, Gent.;
Adam Ormsby, of Comine, Gent.; Francis Gore, of Sligo, Gent.; Charles
Nicleson, of Larrass, Gent.; all of the COUNTY OF SLIGO. Major Owen
Vaughan of Carrowmore, MAYO, whether dead or alive, or killed in open
rebellion, or now in arms against your Majesty, and every one of them shall be
deemed, and are hereby declared and adjudged traitors, convicted and
attainted of high treason, and shall suffer such pains of death, penalties, and
forfeitures respectively, as in cases of high treason are accustomed. And
whereas Robert Lindsay, of Manor Lindsay, Esq., of TYRONE, and Francis
Annesley, jun., of Cloghmagherycatt, Gent., of DOWN, have absented
themselves from this Kingdom, since the Fifth of November last, they shal1
suffer such pains of death, and other forfeitures and penalties as in cases of high
treason are accustomed."

 

 

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