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Amelia County Court Order Records, 1735-1760
unless otherwise noted, are abstracts/transcriptions by Combs Researcher Sue Elfving
from Original court order books on FHC Microfilm:

FHC# 0267550 Amelia County Court Order Books v 1, 1-A, 2 1735-1751
AC-COB1 Amelia County Court Order Book 1 1735-1747 (Indexed, begins 4 May 1735)
AC-COB1-A Amelia County Court Order Book 1-A 1746-1751
Extremely poor quality, extensive ink smears and lots of bleed through of ink
AC-COB2 Amelia County Court Order Book 2 1746-1751
Some overlap and duplication between COB1-A and COB2

FHC# 0267551 Amelia County Court Order Books v 3 1751-1755
AC-COB3 Amelia County Court Order Book 3 1751-1755

FHC# 0030460 Amelia County Court Order Book 4-5 1755-1760
AC-COB4 Amelia County Court Order Book 4 1755-1757
AC-COB5 Amelia County Court Order Book 5 1757-1760

SE NOTE: Some page numbers were unreadable, so the page number given represents the page number for that particular date and will be designated as #1, 2, etc. These abstractions do not represent all the COMBS entries. Essentially, I tried to make a note of the first time a particular name occurred or of any record that was interesting.

Except where otherwise noted, tax list extractions are by Combs Researcher Sue Elfving from "Amelia County, Virginia Tax Lists 1736-1764, An Every-Name Index," 1993, T.L.C. Genealogy.

Sue adds: COMPILER'S DEFINITIONS: p. VI: "List or tithe(s) - when the word list or tithe(s) follows a name, in most tax lists (Greenhill list of 1756 excepted, where it was used with each head of household) it suggests that that person was not taxable. People were not taxable if they were non-residents, or if they were executors, administrators, guardians, trustees, or if they were white women, old, infirm, poor, a political employee, a minister, a soldier or sailor, or a ferryboat operator." With reference to the above see entries for Francis COMBS, 1762-1764. Descriptive information following the list is given exactly as in printed source. According to the compiler, that information contained within [ ] represent's the compiler's interpretation. Location information within { } came from the court order books. The compiler explains that some residents were missing from some years as some lists were badly faded, etc. so names could not be read and some years had missing lists. Undated lists were not included in this compilation. Furthermore, Thomas Tabb's lists included only the heads of households instead of every taxable person.

Ed. Note: The tax lists are as follows, but are also integrated with other records below (chronologically). Also note that this publication apparently did not include when an individual was tithed by another; i.e., in 1737, George COMBS was tithed by John COMBS (George not on the TLC list) and in 1762, Phillip COMBS was tithed by Benjamin HAMMOCK.

1736
COMBS, Geor - Edward Booker's List, above Flatt Creek
COMBS, John - Ditto

1737
COMBS, John - {Henry Anderson's} List, btwn Flatt and Deep Creeks

1738
COMBS, George - Edward Booker's List, btwn Deep and Flatt Creeks
COMBS, Jno - Ditto

1739
COMBS, George - Edward Booker's List, btwn Deep and Flatt Creeks
COMBS, Jno - Ditto

1740
COMBS, George - Thos Tabb's List, btwn Deep and Flatt Creeks
COMBS, John - Ditto

1741 - no entries

1742
COMBS, Geo - Edward Booker's List, below Flatt and Nibbs Creeks
COMBS, Jno - Ditto

1743
COMBS, Geo - Edward Booker's List, below Flatt and Nibbs Creeks {btwn Deep and Flatt Creeks}
COMBS, Jno - Ditto

1744
COMBS, Geo - Edward Booker's List, below Flatt and Nibbs Creeks
COMBS, Jno - Ditto

1745 - no entries

1746
COMBS, Jno - Edward Booker's List, btwn Deep and Flatt Creeks

1747
COMBS, Georg - Thomas Tabb's List, above Flatt Creek
COMBS, Jno - Edward Booker's List, below Flatt and Nibbs Creeks {btwn Deep & Flatt creeks}

1748
COMBS, George - Colo. Edwd Booker's List, below Flatt and Nibbs Creeks
COMBS, Jno 48e - Ditto
COMBS, Jno 48c - Josias Randle's List [lower end Nottoway Parish?]

1749
COMBS, Georg - Jno Nash's List {Nottoway Parish}
COMBS, Jno - Edwd Booker's List, Raleigh Parish below Flatt and Nibbs Creeks
COMBS, John - Thos. Burton's List [upper end of Nottoway Paraish]
COMBO, Peter - Wood Jones' List, Raleigh Parish below Deep Creek

1750
COMBS, George - Jno Nash's List, Nottoway Parish

1751
COMBS, George - Jno Nash's List, Nottoway Parish
COMBS, John - Thomas Tabb's List, Raleigh Parish

1752
COMBS, Geo - John Nash's List, Nottoway Parish
COMBS, Jno - Capt. Thos Tabb's Poll [above Flatt Creek?]

1753
COMBS, John - Thomas Tabb's List, Raleigh Parish
COMBS, Wm - Jno Nash's List, Nottoway Parish

SE Note: Wm COMBS in same list in 1753 as was George in 1750-52

1754
COMBS, John - Thomas Tabb's List

1755
COMBS, John - Colo. Richd Booker's Poll [btwn Flatt & Nibbs Creeks?]
COMBS, John - Thomas Tabb's List, Raleigh Parish

1756
COMBES, John - Thomas Tabb's List, Raleigh Parish

1757
COMBS, John - Greenhill's List, {below Deep Creek in Raleigh Parish}

1758 - no entries

1759 - no entries

1760 - no entries

1761 - no entries

1762
COMBS, Frances tithes - Thomas Tabb's List, Raleigh Parish [btwn Flatt Cr & Appomattox R]
COMBS, George - Ditto
COMBS, Philip - John Winn & Hampton Wade's List, [middle & lower end?] Nottoway Parish

1763
COMBS, Frances list - Capt Edmd Booker's List, Raleigh Parish, the upper side of Flat Creek
COMBS, George 63k - Ditto
COMBS, Philip 63c - Thomas Bowrey's List, the lower part of Nottoway Parish

1764
COMBS, Francis list - Ben: Ward's List, Raleigh Parish {btwn Flatt & Deep Creeks}
COMBS, George - Ditto
COMBS, John - Alexr Erskine's List, Nottoway Parish [lower end of?]
COMBS, Philip - Ditto


Chronology of Records

John COMBS I is first found in Prince George, that part that later became Amelia, in 1732:

John Combs' neighbors all seem to have patented land in Prince George County beginning around 1727 through 1735. Following are John's patent and some of those belonging to his earliest neighbors.

27 Sep 1728 (VA Land Patent Book 13:404) John ANDERSON of Prince George Co, VA, 952 acres of land on both sides of Knibbs Creek… Edward BOOKER'S line….(Abstracted by S. Elfving from LOVA Digital Land Patent Database, Book 13, pp. 404). Edward BOOKER had patented land in 1727 on both sides of Knibbs adjacent his own land (PB13:190).

28 Sep 1732 (VA Land Patent Book 14:486-7) John COMBS of Prince George Co, VA, 400 acres of new land lying in Prince George Co, on lower side of Flatt Creek adj. BOOKER'S … line, Edward BOOKER, & FARGUSON'S lines (Abstracted (brief) by C. Hamnet from on-line image, Virginia State Library and Archives, Book 14, pp. 401-500)

28 Sep 1732 (VA Land Patent Book 14:516) John FARGUSON of Prince George Co, VA, 400 acres of new land in Prince George County lying on upper side of Flatt Creek beginning at an Elm on the said creek below the lower Tommahawk Branch (Abstracted by S. Elfving from LOVA Digital Land Patent Database, Book 14, pp. 516).

28 Sep 1732 (VA Land Patent Book 14:490) John FARGUSON of Prince George Co, VA, 400 acres of new land in Prince George County lying on the southside of Flatt Creek adjacent COBBS land (Abstracted by S. Elfving from LOVA Digital Land Patent Database, Book 14, pp.490).

John FARGUSON may be the same who deposed (age 61) in 1766 for George Combs,son of John. He may also be related (possible father?) to the James FERGUSON who deposed (age 46) in 1766 on George's behalf. In his deposition, James stated that John placed the hand of the slave boy Ned in the hand of his son George before his Uncle Jamey and Aunt Patty as witnesses. See Chancery court record for Moses ESTIS vs. Combs. John FARGUSON (b 1705) and John COMBS (b 1705) were contemporaries who obtained their land patents on the same day. A 1735 grant (see below) shows that one John ELAM also lived on Tommahawk Branch; interesting for the reason that John Combs I of Amelia married secondly in 1750, Frances ELAM, yet to be identified. Also, is this James FERGUSON the same who, with Phebe DELANY, sold household items to George (son of John) in Halifax in 1772?

31 Jul 1732 (Prince George - VA Patent Book 14:459) Richard BOOKER, Gent., of James City Co; 970 acs (N. L.), bet. Knibbs' & Flatt Creeks; adj. John FARGUSON; Samuel COBBS; John COMBS; Edward BOOKER, John ANDERSON; & Field JEFFERSON; 5 Lbs., Money.(Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. 3, p. 418)

He has not been identified; however, it is thought he may have been somehow kin to the Combs of Old Rappahannock Co, VA, possibly from Essex Co, VA, due to: (1) Although the Bookers were of James & Gloucester Cos, VA, they also owned land in Essex where they are found near Combs & Associated Families (See Booker Families); (2) The above John ANDERSON has not been identified. Might he have been kin to the ANDERSONS of Richmond & King George Cos VA? (John ANDERSON, d 1720, King George) was exec. of will of John COMBS, d 1716/7, Richmond). See also Ann ANDERSON Evans Stern of 1773 below.

Other pertinent land records include:

31 Jul 1732 (Prince George - Patent Book 14:458) 31 July 1732 - Edward BOOKER, Gent., of Henrico Co; 1000 acs (N. L.), on low side of Flatt Creeks; adj. his old land, on up. Side of Knibs Cr; on FARGUSON'S line; 5 Lbs., Money. (C&P, Vol. 3, p. 418)

23 Jun 1732 (Prince George - Patent Book 14:444) 23 Jun 1732 - Samuel COBBS, Gent. of York Co; 2120 A (N.L.) bet. Knibbs & Flat Cr; adj. Henry ANDERSON; on Beaver Pond Br; Field JEFFERSON; and John ANDERSON; to mouth of Beach Tree Br; 23 Jun 1732. 10 Lbs., 15 Shill. (C&P, Vol. 3, p. 418)

Benjamin WARD also had land (1728 patent PB 13:423)) between the head of Knibbs Creek and the head branch of Beaver Pond Branch of Deep Creek in Prince George. In 1745 the defendant in Frederick BLAKE vs Thomas TABB) states that the plantation where Frederick BLAKE was overseer belonged to the orphans of Benjamin WARD. John Combs deposed for Frederick BLAKE.

See Also Samuel COBB of Westmoreland Co VA. The above land all became part of Amelia when that county was established in 1734-5:

28 Jan 1733 (VA Land Patent Book 15:150) Field JEFFERSON of Henrico Co, VA, 800 acres in Henrico Co, VA between Flatt and Knibbs Creek adjacent Samuel COBBS line (abstracted by S. Elfving from LOVA Digital Land Patent Database, Book 15, pp. 150).

This patent record for Field JEFFERSON, together with the 1732 patent record for Richard BOOKER showing John Combs as a neighbor is important because George Combs is hired as an overseer by Field JEFFERSON in 1740 (see Chancery records). Both George and John Combs appear in 1736 in Edward BOOKER's Amelia Co. tax list.


12 Mar 1735 [6] (AC-COB1: no page #). Fran? LAYDE[sp?] of P_____ George COMBS being sumoned as witness for J_____ CHALMERS heard said Chalmers pay him _____ days.

A George COMBS is found in Essex Co, VA Order Books in the late 1720s (record not yet extracted), but not found again. It is not yet known if he might be the same George COMBS, or if he is the George COMBS of 1737 below

10 Sept. 1735 (VA Land Patent Book Patent Book 16:273). John ELAM of Henrico, 400 acres on Lower Side of Flatt Creek above mouth of Tomahawke Branch opposite to Philip JONES land. (abstracted by S. Elfving from LOVA Digital Land Database PB16:273).


1736 Amelia Tax List of Edward Booker, above Flatt Creek
COMBS, Geor
COMBS, John

14 May 1736 (AC-COB1:#2).John COMBS on Grand Jury.

Jun 1736 (Amelia Deeds) Edward BOOKER of Amelia to Edmund BOOKER of Essex, a tract of land in Amelia near Richard BOOKER'S mill. (Virginia Families, Vol. 1, p. 174)


1737 Amelia Co, VA Titheables. (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Birdie McNutt from Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, by The Virginia Genealogical Society, Volume 34, Fall 1996 Number 4, page 348-349. Amelia County, Virginia Tithables, 1737 [Tithable Lists, Amelia County, Virginia Accession No. 20919, Archival and Information Services Division, Library of Virginia], Transcribed by Robert Young Clay (Richmond, Va. Mr. Clay, FVGHS is a senior archivist with the Library of Virginia and lectures frequently on Virginia research topics.) There were three surviving lists for 1737, one which covered the area above Flat Creek, the second the area between Flat and Deep creeks and the last the area below Deep Creek. Flat Creek flows easterly through present-day Amelia County into the Appomattox River.

"A List of the tithables in Amelia County, June 10th 1737 between Flatt and Deep Creek as followeth"

At Capt Wm WORSHAM quarter
Godfrey FOWLER
Peter, George Negroes
3
At Jno OSBORNS
Soacer a negro1
Collo Samuel COBBS
Robt JOHNSON
Toby, Bob, Jammy'
Roger, John, Galeah
Kate, Sue, Sary
Lucy, Sucey, Hanah
14
At Joseph WILKINSON
Dick, Robin, Nancy3
Wm WILKINSON1
Joseph GRANGER
John WORSHAM2
Thoms BOTTOM1
George STEAGALL1
Robt TOMSON
Peter TOMSON
Dick, Mungo negroes
4
John BLANCHETT
[torn]
Isaac HUDSON1
Imanuel JONES1
Peter WEBSTER1
Hannah ROBERTS tithes
John ROBERTS
Tom, Pompy, Lucy
4
John NICOLS1
Wm WILSON1
Francis MAN=
[sic?]
Robt MAN1
Sam- MAN1
John CHAPPEL1
At Mr TOWNSES quarter
Henry JOLLY
Harkeylres, Sharper,
Glouscester, Charles,
Veanus, Negroes
6
John FARGRASSON
Adam negro2
51
Edmund BOOKER
Edmund BOOKER Junr
Bob, Jammy, Magg
5
Humfris DUNAVANT1
Wm DUNAVANT1
John OLD
Lucy2
John WALER
Doll2
James LONG1
Martin EALAM1
Joseph WILKINSON1
At Collo Richd RANDOLPHS quarters
Jos MORTON, John HARDIN, Ralf ELKEN,
Sanco, Warwick,
Bellow, Fibbe, Mary,
Seaser, Abram, Cook,
Driver, Amey, Sue
14
At John HUDSONS
Jenny Negro1
At Collo HARRISONS quarters
Hew Boston
R[torn] Lander, Yallow,
Will N[torn] Fillis,
Belender, Ballender
9
Thomas JONES
Cyrus, Digs, Pollimus Bess, Bess, Annykey, Jenny8
John ELLIS
Philis2
Matthew JACKSON1
At Eliz. ANDERSON quarter
Andrew, Doll,
Nann, Lett, Ned
5
At Stephen BEASLEYS
Thos LENARD
Joe[,] Seaser
3
John LENARD1
Samuel YOUNG1
John SPYCER1
At Jno HILLS
Jno BROWN, Lott2
Lodwick TANNER
John KELLY Coccooe,
Robin, Moll Jenny
6
68
Robt FARGRASSON1
At Collo Robt BOLLINGS quarter
Samuel JONES
Adam, Eve negroes
3
Higdon ROBERTSON1
Henry ROBERTSON1
John CHILDREY1
Wm MAYS
Sambo, Judy3
David BURN1
John BENSON1
Wm WORSHAM at his plantation
Tom Negro1
David NEAL
Adam2
at Stephen NEALS
Boss negro1
Wm HATCHETT1
Wm CHANLER1
Israel SMITH1
Thoas HAMBLING1
At Mr SHURRINGS quarter
Wm FOSTER Peter, M[torn], Surry, Lucy, Singleton6
Barnett WELLS1
Esex BEVELL1
John COMBS
George COMBS2
Larance BROWN
Jacob DUGLIS2
Robert VORN
Patt2
John BR[torn]2
Hew BR[torn]2
Michal FR[torn]K1
Thos SPENCER
Jack Jenny3
Thos WINFORD1
Thomas BRUKS
Frank2
At Collo KENNONS quarter
Dick negro1
Charles BURK
George BURK Chusshie3
Daniel LUEELING
Pompy2
49
At Wm BRANCHES
John ORSBORN
Harry, Peter, Pegg
4
At Wm SHORTS
Jammy, Bett, Tony,
Cupe
4
Charles CHEATHAM
Hall2
At Capt Peter JONESES
Ishmale Will2
Peter ROWLETT1
Thomas BOTTS tithes
Frank Nancy2
Richd BOOKER
Tom, Abinton, Pompy,
Rose, Carryfare,
Abbygarl, Philis
8
Thos BALEY1
Wm WALTERS
Will Nancy3
Wm RUSSELL
At Wm MOTES
Wm MOTE Junr
John MOTE
2
David MOTE1
Wm BOOKER
George, Sharper,
Jenny, Mereah
5
5
Robert TAYLOR
Robert TAYLOR Junr2
Samuel PINCHAM
Dick2
At Capt Jams BRADLEYS quarter
Jno HUDSON
Pompy, Black, Tony,
Walke
5
Thos TABB
Edmand TABB
Jack, Glouscester, Jammy,
Rubin, Sary, Nanny
8
Joseph WILKINSON1
Wm MARSHALL
Harry2
John MAINYARD1
Henry ANDERSON
Jammy, Tom, Job, Sue,
Grisell, Pegg
7
Taken pr Henry ANDERSON64
At the plantation of Benja WARD
deceas'd
Yeo AVERY
Jack Frank
Bowswarn Hanah
5
at Capt COCKES quarters
James MITCHEL
Molborrow, Esop, Ned
York, Harry, Chesor,
Eve, Sarah, Sue,
Doll, Temp
12
Lenard DAY
Ned, Wnsor, Cupd4
Field JEFFERSON
Tom, Ceaser3
John HALL
Frank2
George WILSON
Daniel WILSON
Robin, Dilcy, Lucy
5
Wm CLARK1
Jno LEVERITT1
John GARROTT
Issac GARROTT2
John PHILLIPS1
Wm HUDSON
Nicholas HUDSON
Billinton WILLIAMS
Cofe, Plimuth, Jack
6
Ricd CLARK
Wm ORSBORN
Seagrove, Phill, Ruth
5
At Catherine ADAMS
John DUFFIELD1
Samuel BENTLEY
Will[#?]
Willm CRADDOCK
Richard CROSS
Sawny, Sue
4
Wm HOWSIN1
Samuel MORGIN
Janny2
John YOUNG1
Edwd BOOKER
Edwd BOOKER Jr
Joe, Jack, Job, Swon,
Isaac, Peter, York,
Seaser, Niria, Patt,
Nancy, Moll, Philis
15
Thos DUNAVANT1
74
Thomas COVINGTON
London, Sibeo.
Gabriell Ceasar
belonging to Wm TOWNS
5
John JINKINS1
George BOOKERS tithes
Tom[,] Indian Joe
Veanus Sarah
4
Frances STOCKES tithes
Jack, Rachel Moll
Sarah
[#?]
14

The 1737 TLC transcription lists both John and George COMBS in 1736, but only John in 1737 whereas the above indicates that George was tithed by John which is sometimes an indication of a father and son. However, we know that John was born about 1705 and therefore not old enough (age 32) to have a tithable son, and we know that the early George in Amelia records was also born about 1705. It is possible this George might also be the 1725 George COMBS of Essex Co, VA, or they may have been descendants either George of 1725 or William COMBS of Richmond Co VA whose descendants, if any, remain unknown. Note: The minimum age for titheables in Virginia at this time was 16. Also note that Barnett WELLS above may have actually been Barnaby WELLS earlier of Richmond Co VA (See later Freeman WELLS/Mary COMBS marriage in Halifax Co VA)


13 May 1737 (AC-COB1:#4) John COMBS on Grand Jury.

10 Jun 1737 (VA Land Patent Bk 17:324) Thomas TABB, 2400 acres between Buckskin and West Creeks joining Henry LESTER, Thomas MITCHELL, Thomas CHILDREY, Isham VAUGHAN, Richard ECHOLS, Fitz GERALD, and others (abstracted by S. Elfving from LOVA Digital Land Database PB117:324).

SE Notes: In 1745, Frederick BLAKE, former overseer for Thomas TABB, brought suit against TABB and John Combs, age 40, deposed (refer to Chancery records). Both BLAKE (upper side) and TABB later received patents for land on Sandy River. Also of interest is TABB's neighbor Henry LESTER. On 15 Mar. 1750[1] (AC-COB1-A:#?), the suit of March COMBS v LESTER abates on plaintiff´s death. March Combs is George March/Marsh Combs of early Amelia Co. who appears to have died unless there is a mistake in the abstract or recording and LESTER (first name not given) is the one who died. This record needs further research to determine if a LESTER did die in 1750. Also, one John Combs with a Clayton LESTER in the 1787 Amelia Co. tax records in Nottoway parish.

14 Oct 1737 (AC-COB1:#2) John COMBS on Grand Jury.

12 May 1738 (AC-COB1:#1) On this petition Timothy MURROLL against George Marsh COMBS for 800 pounds tobacco. On hearing the argument this court is of the opinion __________ & MURROLL to pay costs of the suit.

George Marsh COMBS (aka March COMBS and George March COMBS) appears to have been the George COMBS tithed by John in 1737. Might Timothy's surname have been MURRELL? See also Combs-Murrell in Lunenburg Co, VA and Hawkins Co, TN. A "surface search" for a George MARSH or George MARCH has shown none in Amelia around this time, nor in earlier Prince George. A Mr. George MARSH (aka MARCH aka MARKES), Gent., patented land in Old Rappa Co, VA on the south side of the Rappa River in 1662, and was probably the same whose will is mentioned in a 1670 Old Rappa deed in which Henry CORBIN is the executor appointed by George MARSH, who died testate, the land, a tract called Nemcock (aka Nimcock), sold to Richard LOES and adjacent to Richard PARRET (Old Rappa Deeds, Book 1668-1772). This George MARSH appears to have had a wife Alice and then one named Eve (unless this was Else), but will not yet located nor any record of descendants as yet.

1738 Amelia Tax lists
COMBS, George - Edward Booker's List, btwn Deep and Flatt Creeks
COMBS, Jno - Ditto

9 Jun 1738 (AC-COB1:#1) A deed with Livery & Siesen from Benjamin CLEMENTS to Lewis THOMAS was acknowledged by said CLEMENTS and his wife Susnnah was privately examined.

According to Combs Researcher Danny Knight, this Benjamin CLEMENTS was the s/o William of Amelia (d 1760), and m Susannah HILL, d/o Isaac & Margaret JENINGS Hill. Benjamin later removed to Pittsylvania Co, VA where he died. Among his children were: (1) Benjamin CLEMENTS, Jr. who m Mary BAKER and removed to Montgomery Co, VA where his daughter, Rachel, m 26 Sep 1788, Henry "8" COMBS (s/o John & Nancy HARDING Combs & gs/o Mason COMBS, Sr.; (2) Susannah CLEMENT who m William EVANS and removed to Wilkes Co, GA where they lived on Kettle Creek. Their son, William EVANS, Jr., m Elizabeth Combs HAMMOCK, d/o Benedict and Mary COMBS Hammock, Jr. of Amelia Co, VA and Wilkes Co, GA.

1739 COMBS, George - Edward Booker's List, btwn Deep and Flatt Creeks
COMBS, Jno - Ditto

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