(Probably not my John Payne but would like to keep with this page)
ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Early Court Documents

BEADLES, Robert.  Will made 9 Oct 1782; rec 23 Oct 16 1783.  Wife Delilah.
also his Exr. with John Payne.  CH  Mary Carrell [Cason], G Ch  William, John,
Edward, Mary Cason.
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BICKERS. Nicholas. Will made 17 March 1825; rec 27 June 1786; Exrs. John
Taylor,  William Quarles;  Ch  Moses,  William,  Benjamin C, Joanna
[Marshall], Polly [Hawkins} Joel.  Both Exrs. dead; Coleman Marshall, Husband
of Joanna with Benjamin Hawkins and John Payne is Securities granted
adminstration


AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA - CHALKLEY'S CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH IRISH IN VIRGINI

Captain Payne's order on Lieutenants Farrar and McClenachan.--Mr.
Abel Farror, debtor to John Payne, to one mare (mair), £10.0.0. Mr.
Ellix. McClenachan, to one coat, £3.17.6. August 15, 1760. Gent: As I
am not intended out on the expedition I shall not have an opportunity of
seeing either of you. Should esteem it a favor, very particular, if you'll be
kind enough to pay the above accounts to Captain Merridith. His receipt
shall be your discharge from yours, etc., (Signed) John Payne.


FIRST LIST OF TITHABLES OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA
YEAR 1767

The History of Pittsylvania County
by Maud Carter Clement
List of Tithables Taken by George Jefferson in Pittsylvania County
and Cambden Parish for the year 1767
John Payne, John Payne, Jr.  Greennwood Payne 


GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA  - MARRIAGE REGISTER
File transcribed and submitted to the USGenWeb Archives by:
Edward Reynolds elreynolds@atl.mindspring.com
William And Mary College Quarterly.
Vol 15. No 1. Pages 24-36 July 1906.

REGISTER OF ST. JAMES NORTHAM PARISH,
GOOCHLAND COUNTY.
(This register, which was kept by Rev. William Douglas, Is the property of
R. Lee Traylor, Esq;. of Memphis, Tennessee,  and the following notes were taken by

I came to Goochland Dec 12, 1750. Preached 1st. at Dover Church Sept 15, 1750.
Received by the vestry as parish minister by the then vestry following viz; Step
List of the Vestry for the year 1756 when I got this book;

Capt. Will Burton          Church wardens 1756.
Col. Arthur Hopkins.      Church wardens 1756.

Col.. Charles Lewis, Col Henry Wood, Col. John Payne, Major John Smith,
Major Josias Payne, Capt. James Holman, George Payne, William Miller,
Charles Jordan, J 1757, Capt Noel Burton, 1761, Tho: Mann Randolph, 1763,
Tho: Bolling, 1764, (all dead) John Bolling, George Payne, Jun., Tho:
Underwood, Joseph Woodson 


Virginia Pension  Roll of 1835
Report from the Secretary of War
In relation to the Pension Establishment Of the United States 1835
Copied and indexed by William R. Navey P. O. Box 251 Hollyridge, NC 28445-0251

JOHN PAYNE
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY
PRIVATE
VIRGINIA LINE
$96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$1,527.69 AMOUNT RECEIVED
DECEMBER 9, 1818 PENSION STARTED
AGE 84 


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