Israel Robertson, Sr.
|Also Known As:||"Isreal /Robinson/"|
|Birthplace:||Prince George, Virginia|
|Death:||Died in Granville, North Carolina, USA|
Son of Nicholas Robertson and Sarah Robertson
|Managed by:||Private User|
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I, Israel Roberson Sr. of Granville County, North Carolina, for divers
causes and the love I have for my son Charles Roberson, have granted to
Charles Roberson, one tract of land of 200 acres in Lunenburg County
and bounded be Rosses Branch [and] Thomas Ross. Israel [his X mark]
Roberson. Wit: Nicholas Roberson, Henry [his X mark] King, George
Nicholas. Recorded: September 1, 1761. [Lunenburg County, VA deed
Book 7, p. 128]
On August 1, 1755
Israel Robinson was an Ensign in the American Revolutionary War
12 Israel Roberson's Will
Granville County Unrecorded Wills, No. 53
In the Name of god this forth Day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven / hundred and fifty Eight I ISRAEL ROBBERSON Senr. of Granvill county in North Carrolinar Being of perfect / Sense and memory thanks be to [sic] given to God But colling to mind to mind [sic] the mortallity of my Body and Knowing / That it is appointed for all men to dy do makke and do ordain this my last will and Testemant / That is to say Principally and first of all I give and Recommend my Sole in to the hands of god that made / it and my Boddy I Recommend to the Earth to be Buried in a Decient manner at the Discaion of / my Exrs Not Doubting but at the General [Resurrection] I Shall Receive the Same a gain and touching Such Worldly / Estate Where with it hath pleased god to give me in this Life I give Divise Bequeathe and / Dispose of the Same in the following manner and form
IMPRIMIS I give to my Son MATHEW ROBERSON five Shillings Starling.
ITEM I give to my grandafter MARY ROBERSON Daughter of my Son MATHEW ROBERSON Twenty Shillings.
ITEM I give to my Son JOHN ROBERSON five Shillings Starlng.
ITEM I give to my Son ISRAEL ROBERSON five Shilling Starling.
ITEM I give to my son DAVID ROBERSON five Shilling Starling.
I give to my Granson ISRAEL ROBERSON son [of] DAVID ROBERSON Twenty Shillings.
ITEM I give to my Son NICHOLAS ROBERSON five Shillings Starling
I give to my grand Daughter ABEE ROBERSON Daughler of my Son NICHOLAS ROBERSON Twenty Shillings.
I give to my Son CHARLES ROBERSON five Shillings Starling.
I give to my granson JULES Son of CHARLES ROBERSON Twenty Shilling
ITEM I give to my Daughter SUSANNAR KENDRICK a Neagro Boy Named gimme
ITEM I give my Son GEORGE ROBERSON three Neagroes a negro womman Named Doll a Neagro Named Tonla a Negro gall Named frank Sixteen head of Cattel three feather / Beds all thother [ ] goods that Belongs to the house my plantashon I now live / on and mill and all the Land Belong[ing] to me and SARAH ROBERSON my beloved wife / The mother of GEORGE to have a Living In the Estate
LAST to GEORGE During his Life and there by apoint my Son DAVID ROBERSON and my Son GEORGE ROBERSON Executors / that this my will be preformed to the Trew Intent and meaning there of
The Day and year Israel Robertson (his mark)
first above Written
Signed Sealed and Declared
In Presence us
John King his mark Jurat
Robert King his mark
At a court held for Granville County 12th August 1760 / This Will was proved by the oath of John King one of the Subscribing / Witnesses thereto and was Ordered to be Recorded
Test Danl Weldon
Source: North Carolina County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions (Granville County), Loose Wills, 1749-1771, FHL microfilm 306193 / Item 2.
LAND DEEDED 1755 TO SON, CHARLES
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[126 Charles] Roberson / from / [12 Israel] Roberson
Lunenburg County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, 128, 129.
To all people to whom these presence Shall Com I Isreal Roberson Senr. / of Granvil County in North Carolina Know ye that I Israel Roberson for Divers Causes and Consideration me hereunto moving but More Especialy for / the Love Good Will and affection which I have and do bare to my son Charles / Roberson have Given Granted Alien'd Conveyed and Confirmed and by these / Presencs do fully freely and absolutely Give Grant Alien Convey and Confirm unto / him the said Charles Roberson his heirs and assigns for ever one Tract or parcel / of Land Contaning Two hundred acres Lying Lunenburg County [sic] and bounded as / followeth, To wit, Begining at a Corner white oak on Rosses Branch Thence / South forty eight Degrees East one hundred and sixty nine poles to a Corner / Hiccory in Thomas Rosses line Thence along the same South Twelve Degrees West / One hundred and twenty two poles to a border pine in the Same Line Thence along / the Same West Two hundred poles to a Hicory Thence North Twenty fore degrees / Thence East Two hundred and fifty two poles to the first station And to have and / to hold for ever the said Granted and Granted premisis with all appertenances / Priveledges and and Commodities to the saime belonging or in any ways appertaining / with all houses orchards gardens Cleared Ground Woodland ground Pastures and / pasture Ground Watter and Watter Courses and all other Liberties and priviledges / therein and thereon Containg to him the Charles Roberson [sic] his heirs and assigns / for ever to and this only propper use benefit and behoof for ever and the said Israel
Roberson for myself my heirs Exrs. and admistrators Covenant promise and grant to and with / the said Charles Roberson his heirs and assigns that before the Ensealing and Delivery / hereof I am the true sole and Lawful owner of teh above given Premises and am Lawfully / Seized as aforesaid of the same in my own proper Right as a good perfect and absolute Estate of / Inheritance Fee Simple and have in my self good Right full power and Lawful Authority to give / Grant Convey and Confirm the said Given and Granted premises in Manner above said and that / the said Charles Roberson his heirs and assigns shall and may from time to time and at all / times for ever hereafter by force will and virtue of these presences Lawfully peaceably and / Quietly hold use Occupy possess and enjoy the said Given and Granted premisis with the / appertanances free and Clear and freely and Clearly acquitted Isonnerated and Discharged of from / all manner of former and these Gifts Bargain Sails Leases mortgages Intails Joyntures doweries / Judgements Executions Incumbrances and Entails farthermore I the said Israel Roberson for myself / my heirs Exrs. and Admrs. Do Covenant Warrant and Engage the above said Land and premises / with all people and Interests therein depensing to him the said Charles Roberson and his heirs / for ever against the Lawful Claims or Demands of any person or persons whatsoever for ever / hereafter To warrant Insure and Defend In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand / and fixed my seal ye first day of august In the year of our Lord one thousand seven / hundred and fifty five -----
Israel (his I mark) Roberson
Sined Sealed Delivered in the Presences of us - Nicholas Roberson
Henry (his H mark) King. George Nichols
At a Court held for Lunenburgh County the fifth day of August 1755 / The within written deed was proved by the Oaths of one of the Subscribing witnesses thereto to be/ the Act and Deed of the Within Named Israel Robertson and the same was ordered to be / Executed Test Clement Read CSC
At a Court held for Lunenburgh County the fourth day of August 1761. / The Within Written deed was proved by the oath of one of the Subscribing Witnesses thereto / To be the Act and Deed of the Within Named Israel Roberson and the same was ordered / to be Certified Teste Clement Read CSC
At a Court held for Lunenburgh County the first day of September 1761 / The Within written deed was further proved by the oath of one of the witnesses thereto Subscribed to / be the Act and Deed of the Within Named Israel Roberson and the same was Ordered to be / Recorded Test. Clement Read CSC
Source: Lunenburg County (Virginia) County Clerk, Deeds, 1746-1869, Deeds, Volumes 7-9, FHL microfilm 32391.
"6. The evidence for 11 John, 12 Israel, and 13 Edward Roberson's connection to 1 Nicholas Robertson is circumstantial, and it is based on the references I have cited here. The connection is tentative. One might add, however, that the Marks will names John, Israel, and Edward Marks as Mathew Marks' sons and that they appear to have been the namesakes of 11 John, 12 Israel, and 13 Edward Roberson."
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