Elizabeth (surname unknown)

HAIRSTON.org ID#5068
Married NameHer married name was HUNTER. 
Marriage*Elizabeth (surname unknown) married Alexander HUNTER.1 
DeedElizabeth (surname unknown) is mentioned in the property documents of Alexander HUNTER on 11 February 1761 in Albemarle, Virginia; On 11 February 1761, Alexander Hunter, of Bedford County, sold to Robert Rutledge, of Prince Edward County, 275 acres in Albemarle County. Elizabeth Hunter, wife of Alexander Hunter, relinquished her right to dower. - FSL 7893699-221.1 
DeedElizabeth (surname unknown) witnessed the deed of Alexander HUNTER on 28 February 1761 in Albemarle, Virginia; On 28 February 1761, Alexander Hunter, of Bedford County, sold to Nicholas Hays, of Bedford County, 200 acres in Albemarle County. Elizabeth Hunter, wife of Alexander Hunter, relinquished her right to dower. - FSL 7893699-223.1 
DeedElizabeth (surname unknown) is mentioned in the property documents of Alexander HUNTER on 28 February 1761 in Albemarle, Virginia; On 28 February 1761, Alexander Hunter, of Bedford County, sold to Alexander Davidson, of Albemarle County, 334 acres in Albemarle County. Elizabeth Hunter, wife of Alexander Hunter, relinquished her right to dower. - FSL 7893699-222.1 
DeedElizabeth (surname unknown) is mentioned in the property documents of Alexander HUNTER on 12 March 1761 in Albemarle, Virginia; On 12 March 1761, Alexander Hunter, of Bedford County, sold to James Vest, of Albemarle County, 140 acres in Albemarle County. Elizabeth Hunter, wife of Alexander Hunter, relinquished her right to dower. - FSL 7893699-223.1 
DeedElizabeth (surname unknown) is mentioned in the property documents of Alexander HUNTER and James HUNTER on 18 February 1763 in Bedford, Virginia; On 18 February 1763, Alexander Hunter and James Hunter, of Bedfor County, sells to Edward Hunter, of Bedford County, 325 acres in Bedford County. Witnessed by John Hunter, Samuel Hunter, Elizabeth Carson and Edward ?. - Bedford Deed Book 2, p. 359 FSL 7846222-309. 
WillIn Alexander HUNTER's will dated 21 December 1767 in Bedford County, Virginia, Elizabeth (surname unknown) was named as an heir; Bedford County - His will lists Alexander Hunter, James Hunter, Samuel Hunter, John Hunter and Betty Hunter. witnessed by Alexander Steele, Mary Hunter, Cessley Walker. Will was presented to court on 22 March 1768 by James and Alexander Hunter. - Bedford County Will Book 1, p. 50. FSL 7645309-56.2

Family

Alexander HUNTER b. a 1698, d. a 1768
Children

Sources (www.HAIRSTON.org)

  1. [S3411] Davis, Bailey Fulton, Albemarle County Virginia Deed Book 3, 1760-1763. Amherst Courthouse, Va. 1971, Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2009, Family Search Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. [S3109] Clemens, William M. Virginia Wills Before 1799: A Complete Abstract Register of All Names Mentioned in Over Six Hundred Recorded Wills ... Copied from the Court House Records of Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Loudoun, Prince William, and Rockbridge Counties. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co, 1973. Print., Personal Collection - printed book.
Last Edited7 Nov 2023