4O:119Date: 20 Apr 1840Returned to court: 1 Jun 1840 Ann M. WHALEY (wd/o William dec'd) of Ldn to Newton KEENE Exor of William WHALEY dec'd of Ldn. Surrender of her claim to 70a dower land nr bridge over Broad Run by Leesburg Turnpike Co. (under agreement that she can remain in house for rest of year and received 1/7th of sale).
4O:184Date: 14 Jul 1840Returned to court: 15 Jul 1840 Ann M. WHALEY of Ldn to Algernon S. TEBBS of Ldn. Trust for Ann while she is alive and at her death to Ann's children Harriet F. WHALEY, George W., Susan T., John B., William H. WHALEY and Nancy C. WHALEY of Ldn using int. under will of Ann's grandfather Charles A. TURLEY dec'd recorded in Fairfax; and farm and household items. [note: will of Charles Turley in Fairfax, Will Book N, page 292,(Book N covers 1825-1827)]
4P:029Date: 9 Feb 1841Returned to court: 9 Mar 1841 Newton KEENE Exor. of William WHALEY dec'd of Ldn to Elijah PEACOCK of Ldn. Bargain and sale of 69a (1½a belongs to Turnpike Rd. Co) on Broad Run. Delv. to John HAMILTON Exor. of E. PEACOCK dec'd 30 May 1851.
From “Implied Marriages of Fairfax Co Va” by Hiatt and Scott: William Whaley & Ann M. Horseman, grand-daughter of Charles Turley [CFF #100ff (1834) Whaley vs Turley; CFF #100gg (1839) Whaley vs Turley]
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