This is from "Charles City County,Virginia Records 1737-1774 with Several 17th century Fragments" Abstracted & Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger 3, Copyright 1986. Microform at Mid Continent Genealogy Library, Independence, MO.
p.154Evidence between Robert Abernathy, plantiff, and Randolph Burchard, defendant: Burchard confessed that sometime in January last, there came to his house two unmarked pigs, and he marked them with his mark. Sometime afterward, Robert Abernathy came to his house, seizing the pigs and saying they were his, and demanded them. They were refused. Afterwards Burchard made inquiry to Mr. Thomas Winn, as to whose pigs they were. It appears the pigs are Abernathy's and Burchard agrees to return or pay for them. 27 Feb 1692. Signed Rudolph (R) Burchard. Sworn before Charles Goodrich.Joseph Patison, age about 35, says Abernathy asked him if he had seen his 2 pigs he had gotten from Charles Goodrich, and Patison says he saw them go up the branch by his house towards Burchard's. 27 Feb 1692. Signed Joseph (E) Patison. Letter to Mr. Bland from Joshua Wynne who said Randolph inquired of him if he knew anyone who wanted 2 pigs. Wynne also heard Robert Abernathy say that if Randolph would do his "chimbley" it would satisfy him for the pigs. Signed: Joshua Wynne.
Elizabeth Ferguson has posted from some of these Weisiger abstracts- thanks Elizabeth.
This Joshua Wynne's grandmother is Martha Cubisha who lived and died in England. This is on several websites and I think accurate and this could be Robert Abernathy 1 line of Cubishas. Probably. Joshua Wynne is also according to some websites a direct descendant of Pocahontas through the Poythress family. Could be, she(Pocahontas)lived close by. Joshua Wynne was killed by the Indians.