Our Nunnally/Nunley Family - Some Descendants of Richard Nunnally by Jean Nunley Dennison
References on page 121:
March 1, 1735 - Inventory of Elizabeth Puckettís estate included payments to Curtis Kates and JOHN NUNNALLY - Henrico County VA Deeds, Wills 1725-1737, p. 552
August 20 1745 - JOHN NUNNALLY patented 246 acres Henrico County, Virginia, beginning at William Gatesí corner on Thomas Bassí line. Henrico County VA Patent Book 22, p. 403
July 20, 1765 - JOHN NUNNALLY bought 100 acres in Dale Parish, Adjoining William Gates et.al; witnesses included Margaret and Jane Nunnery. - Chesterfield County VA Deed Book 4, p. 528
Henrico County, Virginia Deeds 1706-1737 975.5453 Weisiger
p.7 page 56
Deed John Curtis of Henrico Co., Planter for love and affection to my daughter MARTHA, now wife of John Cate, planter of Charles City Co., to them both. If MARTHA has no children by this or other husbands, the land goes to my youngest daughter Mary. Land is 100 acres, being part of 308 on main branch of Proctors Creek, sold to me by Richard Ligon, Surveyor of Henrico Co. Dated 1 Oct 1707
Wit: Thomas Osborn, Simon Jeffreys
Signed: John (+) Curtis, Mary Curtis Recorded 1 Oct 1707
p.28 page 100
John Curtis of Henrico Co., planter for love and affection to my daughter Mary Besely, wife of Robert Besely, planter in Charles City, Co. (but if my daughter dies without issued, then to my eldest daughter MARTHA) 100 acres, part of 308 acres on Proctors Creek, conveyed to me by Richard Lygon, next to Capt. John Worsham. Dated 1 Oct. 1711
Wit: William Soane, Fran. Patram, Richard Ligon
Signed: John (X) Curtes, Mary Curtes
Recorded 1st Mon. in Oct. 1711
Mary, wife of Curtis, relinquished her dower right
p.49 page 91 June 1716
John Elam of Henrico Co., to John Cates of same, for L 15, 100 acres, part of a tract taken up by Martin Elam, Sr. on south side of Proctors Creek on the great branch, next to Robert Beasley.
Wit: John Pride, Arthur Mosley, Jr.
Signed: John (+) Elam Recorded 4 June 1716
Mary, wife of Elam, relinquished her dower right.
p.166 page 677 3 Dec. 1737
Richard Nunnally of Henrico Co., to his brother JOHN NUNNALLY of same, for L 10/6/4, 88 acres, being all the land given said Richard by will of his father Richard Nunnally, decíd, bounded by said JOHN NUNNALLY, John Archer, John Farley, Sr., Joseph Farley and Proctors Creek.
Wit: Arthur Moseley, Martha Moseley, John Green
Signed: Richard (RN) Nunnally Recorded 1st Mon. Dec 1737
Mary, wife of Richard, relinquished her dower right.
1720 Reconstructed Virginia Census
NUNALY, JOHN Henrico 8:49
NUNNALY, JOHN Henrico 8:54
8 = Henrico Co. Court Minutes Book 1719-1724 Reel 4
Colonial Wills of Henrico Co, VA pt 1 1654-1737 Weisiger 975.5459
p.116-7 page 118
Will of Richard Nunaley
To son Richard, tract where he now lives, joining John Fareley, Jr.
To son William, 10 shillings, when of age
To son Daniel, the plantation he hath cleared and builded, joining Henry Walthall, Sr. and John Farley. Daniel shall give his brother Joseph the plantation 3 years, rent free, and 100 lbs tobacco All my lands on north side of the swamp
To son JOHN; and if he dies, to my grandson James Nunaley, son of Richard. JOHN to give his brother Joseph 10 shillings.
To son Walter, all the rest of my lands; Walter to give his brother William 200 lbs of tobacco when William of age
To my wife Sarah, this plantation for life, and at her death to son Walter; and wife to be executor
Dated 29 March 1722
Wit: John Worley, John Blankenship
Recorded July 3, 1727
Henrico County, Virginia Deeds 1737-50 Weisiger 9795.5453
p.69 Court Orders 1737-1744 December Court 1737 page 12
Richard Nunnary to JOHN NUNNARY, deed. Mary, wife of Richard, relinquished her dower right.
Part 2 1737-1781
September Court 1739
p5. Page 89 Sarah Jackson produced the will of William Jackson, proved by oath of John Blankenship and William Turner, two witnesses; JOHN NUNNALLY and John Blankenship, sec.
Court 6 March 1720
p.157 page 75 Will of John Harwood presented by Catherine Harwood, his executrix, and proved by John Russell and James Aken; JOHN NUNNALLY, security.
Chesterfield County, Virginia Deeds 1749-56 Weisiger 975.5594
p.33 page 375 26 Feb 1753
Richard Belcher of Chesterfield Co. to William Thompson, Gent., of same, for L 20, 2 tracts, one being plantation I live on, 100 acres; and other being plantation where William Tanner lately lived.
Wit: JOHN (+) NUNNALLY, Michael Clay, John Ward
Recorded 4 May 1753
p68. Page 294 20 April 1755
John Dale of Chesterfield Co. to Thomas Robertson of same, for L 6, 60 acres bounded by Northcutís corner, Richard Norcut, Robert Reickman, Thomas More, Joseph Blankinship and JOHN NUNNALLY.
Wit: Jas. Elam, Gilbert Elam, William (W) Blankinship
Recorded 2 May 1755
Chesterfield County, Virginia Deeds 1756-64 Weisiger 975.5594
Deed book #3, 1755-1759
p.3 page 42 1 April 1756
Robert Rickman of Chesterfield Co., to JOHN NONELY of same for L 22, land at head of Horsepen Branch of Skinquarter Creek, 150 acres, with plantation where said Rickman now lives, bounded by Thomas Rickman, Thomas Bass.
Wit: Thomas Bass, Joseph Blankinship, Nathíl Tanner
Signed: Robert Rickman, Elizíth (E) Rickman
Recorded 7 May 1756. Elizabeth, wife of Robert Rickman,r elinquished dower right.
p.21 page 280 JOHN NUNNALLY of Dale Parish, Chesterfield Co., to his son John Nunnally of same, for love & affection, gives him 175 acres being land and plantation where my said son lives. 7 July 17589
No witnesses Signed: JOHN ( ) NUNNALLY Recorded 7 July 1758
p.29 page 26 25 April 1760
JOHN NUNNALLY of Dale Parish, Chesterfield Co., from John Dale and Tomas Robertson of same, for L 10, 63 acres adjoining RicAhrd Northcutt, Thomas Moore, Joseph Blankinship, Henry Blankinship and JOHN NUNNALLY.
Wit: Archelaus Nunnery, Thomas Nunnery, Jane (J) Nunnally
Signed: John ( ) Daile, Thomas (+) Robinson, Elizabeth (+) Robinson
Recorded 4 July 1760
p.54 page 528 20 July 1762
Peter Blankinship of Dale Parish, Chesterfield Co., to JOHN NUNNALLY of same, for L 25, 100 acres in Dale Parish, bounded by William Gates, Skinquarter road, Richard Belcher, Isham Belcher and Lodowick Blankinship.
Wit: Peter (+) Blankinship, MARGRET (+) NUNNERY, Jane (+) Nunnery
Signed: Peter (+) Blankinship, Ann (+) Blankinship
Recorded Aug. 1762
p.59 page 600 11 Jan. 1763
Jacob Ashurst of Chesterfield Co., to Robert Ashurst of same, for good causes, land on Turkea branch, on Benjamin Gipsonís line, next to Thomas Gipson, Miles Gipson and Turpin, 200 acres.
Wit: John Burton, Miles Gipson, John (M) Moody, JOHN (+) NUNELY
Signed: Jacob Ashurst Recorded 1 April 1763
p.60 page 605 11 Jan 1763
Robert Ashurst and John Ashurst of Lunenburg Co., to Jacob Ashurst of Chesterfield Co., for L 50, 400 acres on south side of Turkea branch adjoining Wooldridge, Flornoy and said Jacob.
Wit: John Burton, Miles Gipson, John (M) Moody, JOHN (+) NUNELY
Signed: Robert (+) Ashurst, John (X) Ashurst Recorded May 1763
p.62 page 644 27 March 1764
Isham Belcher of Chesterfield Col, to Thomas Moore of same, for L 20, 73 acres on Deep Creek, being land formerly held by Richard Balcher and ajoining William Clay and JOHN NUNNERY.
Wit: James Elam, Joseph Blankinship, William Blankinship
Signed: Isham (+) Belcher Recorded July 1764
1760 Reconstructed Virginia Census
Daniel Jr. - Chesterfield 33:69
Daniel Sr. "
John Jr "
Chesterfield County, Virginia Wills 1749-1774 Weisiger 975.5594
p.? page 159 Will of JOHN NUNNALLY 9 May 1765
To son John, 1 shilling
To son in law Elam Farmer, 1 shilling
To grandchildren Elam Farmer, Jr. and Martha Farmer, 1 shilling
To daughter Sarah Jackson, 1 shilling
To son in law Gilbert Elam, 1 shilling
To my late daughter Jane Elam, decíd, to her child, 1 shilling
To daughter Ann Flournoy, 1 negro Cesar
To daughter Margaret Nunnally, 1 negro named Doctor
To daughter Rebecca Nunnally, 1 negro
To son Archelaus, 150 acres with plantation he lives on, land I bought of Robert Rickman, and 1 negro
To son Jeremiah land I bought of Peter Blankinship, 100 acres, 1 negro, and items
To son Thomas, part of land I live on, on south side of Spring Branch, also to him negroes and items, and he is to give his brother Jeremiah L 10 when he is of age
To wife MARGARET, use of plantation I live on for life, except part I gave son Thomas, and all land 306 acres to said Thomas entailed him; also to wife negroes
Executrix; wife MARGARET
Wit: John Ellis, Agnes Markham, Nath. Tanner
The land I gave Archelaus by will, he has sold to his brother in law John Ellis. To son Jeremiah, 1 negro girl
Dated 19 Oct 1765
Wit: Nath. Tanner, Elam Farmer
p.143 page 733 6 June 1766
Will of JOHN NUNNALLY presented by MARGARET NUNNALLY, Exec., and proved by Ellis and Markham and by Elam Farmer
p.144 page 770 3 October 1766
Will of JOHN NUNNALLY further proved by Nathaniel Tanner, a witness.
Library of Virginia Archives Web Site
Patents No. 22 1743-1745 page 403-4
JOHN NUNNALLY 20 August 1745 Henrico Co.granted 246 acres begg at William Gatesís corner white oak standg. In Thomas Basses line.
Patents No. 25 1745-1747 page 249-50
Joseph Farley, 12 January 1746 Henrico Co. granted 44 acres begg. &c. on the south side of Proctors Creek. Adjoining land of JOHN NUNNALLY.