Thomas Garner, Sr. (c.1668 - 1726) MP

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Birthplace: Cherry Point Neck, Stafford , Virginia
Death: Died in Stafford, Virginia
Occupation: Plantation Farmer
Managed by: Alta Ginger Beth Bean Talbert
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About Thomas Garner, Sr.

Owned abt 2000 acres in the area of Tinpot and Licking Runs, he being the original grantee of certain parcels of land received from Lady Fairfax, sole proprietor of the Northern Neck. 35 36

Will

Dated 08 JUN 1726 Fauquier Co, Virginia

Note: To my eldest son John Garner 400 acres of land. lying on Tinpot Run in Rappahannock where my plantation is,.... between my son Thomas and my son John and to his heirs, wanting heirs to son Parish if he has no heirs to son Charles, if he has no heirs to son James Garner. To son John ... 3 cows 3 young cattle, a feather bed, a bolster, rugg, 2 blankets, 6 hogs of 2 years, also 6 hogs of 3 years, one iron pot, but not to have possession until he becomes of age of twenty-one, without his mother's consent. To my son Thomas 400 acres lying below my son John's... 3 cows, 3 calves, 3 barrows of 3 years, 3 brooding sows, an iron pot, one feather bed, one bolster, a rugg 2 blankets, when 21 years of age. To my son Vincent a tract of about 400 acres of land beginning at the corner of Mr. James Withers, at Livking Run, running west to Thomas Welch, ... a feather bed, a bolster, a Rugg, 2 blankets, 3 cows and calves, 3 young cattle, 3 barrows of 3 years, 3 brooding sows and one iron pot. To my son Parish Garner 400 acres lying on Licking Run running west to Tinpot Run in Rappahannock, joining the land of my son John, ... 3 cows 3 calves, 3 young cattle 3 barrows 3 sows and one iron pot. To son Charles 400 acres of land on Licking Run over the Rappa- hannock River west to my son John's, ... (also a stock of household things like his brothers). To my son James 400 acres of land running to the Rappa-hannock River and joining my son John's, ... (other things like his brothers). To my daughter Susanna Garner 2 cows, 3 calves ... (etc.) To my loving wife Mary all of the remaining part of my estate movable and unmovable, the dwelling plantation she how lives on for her life then to my son James... (signed)Thomas Garner***

Sources

  1. Garner-Keene families of Northern Neck, Virginia. Ruth Ritchie, Sudie Rucker Wood. R. Ritchie and S. R. Wood, 1952 - Reference - 241 pages. Page 68

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8 Jun 1726 Fauquier County, Virginia

probated 13 Jul 1726

Full Text of Will:

To my eldest son John Garner 400 acres of land lying on Tinpot Run in Rappahannock where my plantation is...between my son Thomas and my son John and to his heirs, wanting heirs to son Parish if he had no heirs to son Charles, if he had no heirs to son James Garner.

To son John a negro names Wills, 3 cows, 3 young cattle, a feather bed, a bolster, rugg, 2 blankets, 6 hogs of 2 years, also 6 hogs of 3 years, one iron pot, but not to have possession until he becomes of age of twenty-one, whithout his mother's consent.

To my son Thomas 400 acres lying below my son John's ...a negro names George, 3 cows 3 calves, 3 barrows of 3 years, 3 brooding sows, an iron pot, one feather bed, one bolster, a rugg 2 blankets, when 21 years of age.

To my son Vincent a tract of about 400 acres of land beginning at the corner of Mr. James Withers, at Licking Run, running west to Thomas Welch, a negro named Tony, a feather bed, a bolster, a Rugg, 2 blankets, 3 cows and calves, 3 young cattle, 3 barrows of 3 years, 3 brooding sows and one iron pot.

To my son Parish Garner 400 acres lying on Licking Run running west to Tinpot Run in Rappahannock, joining the land of my son John, a negro named Peter, 3 cows 3 calves, 3 young cattle 3 barrows 3 sows and one iron pot.

To son Charles 400 acres on Licking Run over the Rappahannock River west to my son John's, a negro named Frank...[also a stock of household things like his brothers].

To my son James 400 acres of land running to the Rappahannock River and joining my son John's, a negro named Giles...[other things like his brothers].

To my daughter Susanna Garner 2 cows, 3 calves a nogro names Cate [etc]

To my loving wife Mary all of the remaining part of my estate movable and unmovable, the dwelling plantation she now lives on for her life then to my son James, a negor girl names Judie, later she and her increase to my boys.

(signed) Thomas Garner

Executors of the will were wife, Mary, and son John Garner. Witnesses were James Jewers, Thomas Seddon and John Harding.

Source: http://www.palmspringsbum.org/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I4159&tree=Legends

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Capt. Thomas Garner, of Tinpot & Licking Run's Timeline

1668
1668
Stafford , Virginia
1705
1705
Age 37
Stafford, VA, USA
1706
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Age 38
Stafford, VA, USA
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Age 40
Stafford, Virginia
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Age 42
Stafford, VA, USA
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Age 44
Stafford, Stafford, Virginia, United States
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Age 46
Stafford, VA, USA
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Age 48
Stafford, VA, USA
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Age 50
Stafford, Virginia, United States
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Age 54
Stafford, Stafford, Virginia, United States