William Creasy. Son of John Creasy Jr. Wife Mary. He appears first in Goochland Co., VA in 1732. See following court record made in 1737: "Indenture made this 9th day of December in the year of our Lord 1737 between William Creasy of St. James Parish, Goochland County, Virginia and Miles Cary of the same parish for fifty pounds current money one half tract of land in the parish aforesaid on the south side of the north branch of the James River, being part of the land on which William Creasy now lives, being a patent of 400 acres bearing date of Sept 28, 1732." (Goochland Co. Records, Deed Book No. 3, p. 76. Other appearances of William Creasy:
1733 March Court. Thomas Dicin sues William Creasy, Goochland County Records. Order Book No. 1, p. 165.
1734. William Creasy witness for John Creasy in suit of Dudley Diggs. Goochland County Records. Order Book No. 1, p. 265.
1746. June 12. William sells Thomas Gregg Yarborough, 400 acres of land in Albemarle Co., VA. Mary Creasy was privately examined and relinquished her right of dower in this land. First Court Order Book, Albemarle Co., VA, 1746, p. 120.
1756. Benjamine Woodson, patent 400 acres of land in Albemarle Co., VA on both sides Rivanna River, adjoining William Creasy. Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers, Vol. 3, p. 2039.
1760. William Creasy witnesses deed for Benj. Woodson of Albemarle County to Benj. Woodson Jr. Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers, Vol. 3, p. 1809.
1762. Thomas Creasy sells to William Creasy 100 acres of land in Albemarle Co., VA. Deed Book 3, p. 151.7