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Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol 1, "Northumberland County, VA Records of Births, 1661-1810", Beverley Fleet, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 1961.FHL Microfilm #0908178.
Ja's Shurley Son to Jo'n Born Feb'y 8 1712
Notes from Culpepper C. Va.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~vaculpep/culp.htm (link to Culpeper Co. VA. GenWeb )
1758 Warrant to James Shirley, 106 acres on Hug's River, Indian Run on North side of a ridge of the Indian Thro'fare adjacent John McKenny/McKenzie (now Jonathon Pratt's). Chaincarrier: James Shierer and Daniel Campbell. Surveyor Richard Young. (from Ken Scislaw).
1760 Michael Clore of Culpeper county to my loving son Peter Clore. ...two tracts containing 446 acres in Brumfield Parish on the north side of the Robinson River, one of which Michael and Peter now lives...on the river...the other tract being part of land which Michael bought of Yowell...corner to Peter Clore...line of Yowell's. (s) John Michael Clore. wit: Matthew (J) Rouse, JAMES (x) SHIRLEY, Christopher (H) Criglar
21 Aug 1760 Proved by Matthew Rouse, JAMES SHIRLEY and Christopher Criglar. (info from Ken Scislaw)
1763 James Shirley of Culpeper Co., land from John Jones and Catherine his wife from New Kent Co. VA. 100 acres being part of a larger patent granted William Duff at the beginning point on the South side of Robinson Riverrunning down to the mouth of a larger branch called Quakers Run.
1765On motion of Christopher Crigler, it is entered that James Shurley be appointed surveyor of road from Robinson River to a pine on Muddy Run.
1768 James Shirley, 106 acres on the head of Hughes River
November 1, 1771 James Shirley, 55 acres of waste land between 3 tracts lately belonging to Phillip Roots on the drains of Quaker Run, a branch of Robinson River; adjacent 2 pattons granted William Rush and Benjamin Walker, (now Root's), Thomas Philips, (now Root's). Chain carrier: Thomas Garret and James Sherley, Jr.Surveyor: Richard Young
1770-1773Warrant to James Crow of Culpeper County between the two heads of Naked Creek, a branch of South River Shenandoah near foot of the Blue Ridge, also near the boundary line in Frederick Co, the same land James Shirley of Culpeper County entered in 1769 but did not renew.Surveyor: Richard Rigg. (this info sent by Ken Scislaw. This reference in Dunmore County Virginia).
Patriots of the Revolution James Shirley Pvt. Virginia LineP. 62
Tax Payers, 1782 - 1787James Shirley
1782James Shirley's slavesnamed: Cloe, Dick and Dinah
1789 James Shirley and Judith his wife of Culpeper Co.2 1/2 acres to Daniel Mauk of Shenandoah County
James and Shirley and children were here. See branch # 21. Shirley Association
Public Service Claims, Rev. WarJames Shirley (Shurley), Court Booklet 1, page 50, 1 certificate