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SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VIRGINIA|
Shenandoah was formed in 1772 from Frederick County, originally named Dunmore County.
Book: Shenandoah County Virginia Marriage Bonds 1772-1850 by Bernice M. Ashby
John Atwood m. Elizabeth Roy May 25, 1780. Bondsman: John Roy
Joseph Feathermgail m. Mary Atwood December 7, 1784. Bondsman: James Atwood
Nehemiah Slater m. Susan Atwood Daughter of John. January 25, 1816
Charles Sexton m. Margaret Atwood Daughter of Gilbert. January 6 1817
Elisha Odell m. Nancy Atwood Daughter of Kennet. (Wonder if they meant Sennet) October 12, 1818
Richard Vincent, m. Sarah Atwood Widow of James. February 16, 1799. Bondsman: Edward Smith
Benjamin Corder m. Mary Nancy Atwood Daughter of John Atwood. Son of William September 15, 1803
Nathan Jennings m. Jane Atwood Daughter of John. August 10, 1808
Gilbert Atwood m. Nancy Harrit Daughter of Simon. April 8, 1811
John Atwood m. Catharine Hill. January 21 1811 Bondsman: John Wood.
John Atwood m. Sarah Russell Daughter of Robert. January 30, 1811
John George m. Elizabeth Atwood Daughter of John Atwood. September 27, 1815
Edwin Atwood m. Eleanor Blackwood Daughter of Thomas, he brother of John. September 2, 1815
James Atwood m. Mary Allen Daughter of Moses. Son of John. December 1, 1815
Book: Shenandoah County Virginia Abstract of Wills 1772-1850 by Amelia C. Gilreath
Will Book K page 131
John Atwood, Shenandoah County, Wife: Elizabeth.
Son-in-Law: John George – to have the plantation.
Daughters: Nancy; Jane; Elizabeth; Susanna
Sons: Thompson (youngest); John; Edwin; William; James
Exors: Son, Edwin and John George
Wit: John Holmes and Edmond Holmes
Dated: 21 June 1816
Proved: 12 August 1816
Gilbert & James Atwood
Book: Shenandoah County, Virginia Deed Book Series, Volume 1Deed Books A, B, C, D 1772-1784 by Amelia C. Gilreath
Deed Recorded: 26 August 1777. George Harrison, John Sehorn, 1 witness signed in German, Selby Foley, John Atwood, Jacob Neff, John Newman and Peter Fine were Witnesses to a Deed for Edwin Young.
Page 276 – 22 May 1780
Between Reuben Padgett, Junior and Nancy his wife of Parish of Beckford and County of Shannandoah & Colony of Virginia to Theophilus Padgett… Consideration of Ten Pounds… Tract of Land containing Ten acres more or less… near branch of Flint Run joining Gilbert Atwood line… Signed Reuben Padgett, Nancy (X her mark) Padgett. Wit: none. Recorded: 25 May 1780
Page 329 – 3 October 1780
(Lease) Between Samuel Perry of County of Shanandoah & Colony of Virginia to Gilbert Atwood of County of Colony aforesaid… Consideration of Five Shillings… Certain tract of land on one of the East branches of Flint Run… same land that was granted to Reuben Padgett by deed from the Proprietors office in year 1749… by Diver conveyances at Last became said Samuel Perry … corner of John Calfee… containing one hundred acres… Rent of one Pepper corn on Lady Day next… Signed: Samuel Perry, Wit: Edwin Young, Abraham McKay, Jeremiah McKay. Recorded: November Court 1780
Page 112 – 26 March 1783
(Lease) Between John Roy of County of Shanando to John Atwood of County aforesaid… consideration of five shillings… John Roy hath granted to farm lett… W. side of flint Run… containing fifty acres more or less… rent of one year of Indian corn in the last day of said Term…Signed: John Roy, Wit: none. Recorded: 27 March 1783
Page 113 – 27 March 1783
(Release) Between John Roy and Jean his wife of County of Shanandoah to John Atwood of said County … consideration of five shillings… containing 50 acres more or less… Signed: John Roy, Jane (+ her mark) Roy, Wit: none. Recorded: 27 March 1783
Book: Shenandoah County, Virginia Deed Book Series, Volume 2 Deed Books E, F, G, H 1784-1792 by Amelia C. Gilreath
E-60, 1 September 1783
Between Jacob Fish back & Phebe his wife of County of Culpepper to John Fishback of said County of Culpepper… Consideration of Thirty Pounds… Certain Tract of Land being in county of Shanando containing by estimation one Hundred acres… part of a Tract of Four Hundred Acres given by William Morgan to four of his Daughters Phebe the wife of Jacob Fishback being one…Signed: Jacob Fishback, Phebe (+ her mark) Fishback, Wit: James Atwood, Frederick Fishback, Harmon Button, Martin Fishback.
Recorded: 29 April 1784
F-506, October 1787
Deed of John Roy. Location of land being sold: on a branch of Flient Run… Corner to John Atwood… Line of Philip Crums… Corner to William Lynch and Daniel Stover. Recorded: 26 October 1787
Book: Shenandoah County, Virginia Deed Book Series, Volume 2 Deed Books I, K, L 1792-1799 By Amelia C. Gilreath
L-441, 13 March 1799
Between John Huddle eldest son of heir at Law of Charles Huddle deceased of County of Shenandoah to Solomon Huddle of same County…consideration of ten dollars… tract of land lying and being on the North River of Shenandoah below the mouth of Stoney Creek being granted to the said Charles Huddle by deed from the proprietors office the 8th August 1749… containing two hundred and four acres and two Road… Signed in German, Wit: Jacob Rinker, J. G. Atwood, George Fravel. Recorded: 13 March 1799
Book: Shenandoah County, Virginia Deed Book Series, Volume 4 Combination Minute Book 1774-1780 & Deed Books M and N 1799-1804 by Amelia C. Gilreath
M-275, 26 January 1800
Between Nehemiah Wood Senior of County of Shenandoah to John Wood his son of County aforesaid… consideration of one hundred and ten pounds… a certain tract of land situate lying & being in said County and bounded by a survey made by James Miller for Henry Nelson and by him conveyed to said Nehemiah Wood… containing two hundred acres… Signed Nehemiah (N his mark) Wood, Wit: Mit. Robertson, Joshua Wood, William (X his mark) Wood, Sinnet Atwood. Recorded: 13 October 1800
M-276, 26 July 1800
Between Nehemiah Wood of County of Shenandoah to William Wood his son of County aforesaid… consideration of twenty pounds…. Tract of land …being part of a tract which said Nehemiah Wood conveyed to his son in law Sinnet Atwood… containing eighty acres… Signed: Nehemiah (N his mark) Wood, Wit: Mit. Robertson, Samuel Atwood, Joshua Wood. Recorded: 13 October 1800
M-520, 26 July 1800
Between Nehemiah Wood Senior of County of Shenandoah to Sinnet Atwood of county aforesaid… consideration of Forty pounds… a certain tract of land… being part of a tract which said Nehemiah Wood divided between his son William Wood and said Sinnet Atwood… corner to Henry Nelson, Jun. … Containing eighty acres and a half acre… likewise one other piece of land … which said Nehemiah Wood bought of Jeremiah Whitson heir in law of Charles Whitson deceased who was --- of Barnaba Eagan… containing fifteen acres… Signed: Nehemiah (N his mark) Wood, Witnesses: Mitchel Robertson, Joshua Wood, William (X his mark) Wood. Recorded: 7 September 1801
N-96, 26 July 1802
Sennet Atwood and Joshua Wood were Witnesses to a Deed between Nehemiah Wood of Shenandoah County & Mitchell Robertson of the same County.
N-97, 26 July 1802
Between Nehemiah Wood of County of Shenandoah to Joshua Wood his son of County aforesaid… consideration of ten pounds… tract of land… being part of a tract conveyed to said Nehemiah Wood by Jeremiah Whitson, heir at law of Charles Whitson deceased, who was assignee of Barnaba Eagan… now divided between his son in law, Sinnet Atwood, and his son Joshua Wood… corner made between Joshua Wood and Philip Tailor… containing about twelve acres… Signed: Nehemiah (N his mark) Wood, Wit: Mit. Robertson, Sinnet Atwood, William (X his mark) Wood. Recorded: 13 September 1802
Book: Order Book 1781-1784 Shenandoah County, Virginia by Amelia C. Gilreath
Page 116, 1 November 1782
Gilbert Atwood along with many others were sworn as a Grand Jury.
Page 159, 27 March 1783
John Atwood was in a jury for the case of John Crookshanks vs. Mary Mourer.