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Date: 27 FEB 2008
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CAVALIERS & PIONEERS, Vol III, p.393. William Mayo, Gent received a patnet for 9350 acres in Goochland County, South side of the James from upper Manikin Crk to Deep Crk on 28 Sep 1730. Adj lands of Thomas Jefferson & Company, Daniel Thomas, William Allen, Mathew Lygon, William Randolph Esqr, Abraham Micheaux, John Saunders, William Lax, John Woodson Gent, Bartholomew Stoval, Daniel Stoner. 1000 acres part granted Thomas Randolph 2 Jun 1722; 400 acres granted Mathew Cox 18 Feb 1722; 7950 acres wasteland.
28 Sep 1732 Abraham Michaux patent for 400 acres in Goochland, South side of James on branches of Little Deep Crk adj John Sanders & Peter LeGrand. [PB 14, p.466]
Goochland Co VA Deed Book 4:
.p.5 29 Dec 1741 Abraham Michaux sold 100 acres to Robert Burton; land patented by his father and left to him by Will. Jacob Michaux was one of the witnesses. States that this land was patented by Abraham's father and left to him by Will. On the river being the dividing line between Anthony Morgan [his brother-in-law] and Abraham Michaux
Lunenburg co VA, Will Book 1 1746-1762 p.30 Nuncupative Will Amelia County 31 Dec 1747. Peleg Farguson made oath that on Sat 28 Nov 1747 he was with Abraham Michaux...lying very sick and like to die. ...will was that William Tucker should have everything that he was possessed of with only 1 black heifer, which he gave to his sister Susanna Quinn. If Tucker die without heirs, then John Jr. and Abraham Mechaux, his brother, sons of John Mechaux, should come in for his estate. Michaux died before Ferguson finished writing the will Proved 2 Aug 1748. Lyddal Bacon, Gent. with John Bacon & Lewis Delony, surety, entered into bond for the execution of the estate.
7 Apr 1752: Report of Lydall Bacon's account of administration of Ab'm. Michaux, dec'd., included payments to Susannah Quinn. Payments to the estate included those of John Morton, Richard Woodson.
[Tradition states that Abraham was injured by an Indian and that was the cause of his death. He never married.]
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Source: S231 Abbreviation: Ancestry of William Clopton Title: Lucy Lane Erwin, The Ancestory of William Clopton of York County, Virginia, (Rutland, Vermont: The Tuttle Publishing Co., Inc., 1939) Repository: #R10 Call Number: CS/71/C641/1939
Repository: R10 Name: NEHGS Lending Library Address: New England Historic Genealogical Society Address 1: New England Historic Genealogical Society Note: 2008. No longer lends books, available only at the Library.
Source: S623 Abbreviation: Cavaliers & Pioneers Title: Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers.: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants , 7 Volumes. (Richmond: Virginia State Library.) Note: Found also at Birgminham Public Library. Vol I found at the FHC. Repository: #R17
Repository: R17 Name: National Genalogical Society Address: Lending Library Address 1: Lending Library Note: The Lending Library of NGS was moved to St. Louis; the books may be obtained on Interlibrary Loan.
Source: S730 Abbreviation: Early VA Families Along the James Title: Louise Pledge Heath Foley, Compiler, Early Virginia Families Along the James River: Their Deep Roots & Tangled Branches. 3 Volumes. Patents taken from CAVALIERS & PIONEERS. (Richmond: Foley, 1974. np: Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co Inc, 1980) Repository: #R12 Call Number: F225 .F596 1979 Page: Vol 1 Henrico County - Goochland County
Repository: R12 Name: Birmingham Public Library-Tutwiler Collection Address: 2100 Park Place CONT Birmingham, AL 35203 Address 1: 2100 Park Place City: Birmingham State: AL Postal Code: 35203 Note: M-T 9AM-8PM CONT W-Sa 9AM-6PM CONT Su 2PM-6PM Phone Number: 205-226-3665
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Abraham by comparing test results with other
carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Abraham: