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Harrolds/Harrells of Northern Virginia
HARROLD, HARRALD, HARRILL, HARRELL
Information Pertaining to Northern VA. Harrells etc. Compiled by Ron Nota & G. Lee Hearl, December 2000. Contributions by Carol Hodge March, Dave Metz and others.

Item 1
THOMAS HARRALD of James City, County, Virginia, 1622-1629
SOURCE: Virgnia Historical Magazine Volume 21, page 59, taken from Minutes of Council and General Court of James City, Virginia 1622-29 "Hugh Haywood and Robert Fitt, sworne and examined, State that they were present when THOMAS HARRALD made his will and Both were Wittnesses to the same and that THOMAS HARROLD was in perfect memory when he made same and he lived a month after."

Item 1B
RANDELL HERLE of Virginia 1649
Source: VA Easter Shore, by Whitelaw Volume 1, page 649
"RANDELL HERLE 600 A. Upon Great Nuswattock River from Chingandehee Creeke mouth unto Arokoko Creek. For transportation of 12 persons to Colony".
Editors note: This is believed to be Capt. Herle who owned a ship and was lost at sea. His son came to the Colony of VA and attempted to claim his father's land but was only partially successful.

Item 2
RICHARD HARROW of Virginia, 1650
SOURCE: Early Virignia Immigrants, page 150
"HARROW, RICHARD, 1650 by Richard Axom, and Tho. Godwin, ----?---, Co."

Item 3
JOHN HARROLD of Northampton County, Virginia 1655
SOURCE: Cavaliers and Pioneers page 331, Land Patenet Book Richmond, Virginia. "JOHN HARROLD with John Jenkins on March 17, 1655 granted a patent to 400 acres of land on the south side of Ananacook Creek in Northampton County." (Note: This county is located on the Cape Charles Peninsula across the Chesapeake Bay from the mainland of Virginia.

Item 3B
RICHARD HARROWD of Lancaster Co., VA, 1655
Source: Lancaster Co. Record Book, No. 2 1637-1640 page 26
"John Gillet to Joe Bayly 200 a. on Rappahannock "of which divident one Mr Best hath 500 x x x and Jo Smithy 200" acres. Dated 4th Feb. 1655/56. Signed by Jo Billet the seale, Jane Billet. Rec. 12 June 1656. Wit: RICHARD HARROWD, Ed Parkley.

Item 3C
RICHARD HARROLD of Lancaster Co., VA 1657
Source: Lancaster Co. Record Book No. 2 1637-1640, page 133
"Jno Nichols binds himself to pay Capt. Thos Hackett 2000 lb tobo 10 Oct 1655. Signed Jno Nichols Wit: Tho Madestard, Jo Millisunt. Thos Hackett assigns the above to Wm. Cappam Senr with Jno Nichols consent. 27 Oct---. Signed Thoms Hackett. Wit: RICHARD HARROLD. Rec. 7th Oct. 1657.

Item 4
RICHARD HURRALL of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1659/60
SOURCE: Lancaster County Record Book 2, 1637-1640, page 161: "Reference is made to 200 acres of land, beyond the plantation of RICHARD HURRALL, dated 25 January 1659/60."

Item 4B
HEARLE of Accomack Co. VA 1666
Source: Certificates and Rights Accomack Co. VA 1663-1709 by Stratton Notingham, pub. Genealogical Pub. Co. Inc. Baltimore, Maryland
"October 16, 1666, THOMAS HEARLE list of Daneil Selby 600 A
October 16, 1666 FRANCIS HEARLE, EDWARD HEARLE list of Alexander Williams Granted 600 A".

Item 4C
AUGUSTINE HURLE of Accomack Co. Va 1667
Source: Certificates and Rights Accomack Co. VA 1663-1709 by Stratton Notingham, pub. Genealogical Pub. Co. Inc. Baltimore, Maryland
"August 16, 1667 AUGUSTINE HURLE list of George Johnson 200 A"

Item 5
RICHARD HARROLD of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1668
Summoned to serve on a jury in Lancaster County, Va.

Item 6
JAMES HARREL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1679
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 438: "JAMES HARREL, son of GILBERT, born 3 May 1679."

Item 7
MARY HARREL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1680
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Births 1661-1810, PAGE 438: "MARY HARREL, daughter of GILBERT, born March 3, 1680."

Item 8
GILBERT HARREL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1682
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Brith 1661-1810, page 438: "GILBERT HARREL, son to GILBERT, born 25 March 1682."

Item 9
MARY HARALD of Northumberland County, Virginia 1682
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 439: "MARY HARALD, daughter of WALTER, born 22 August 1682."

Item 10
RICHARD HARROWELL (HARWELL)of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1682
SOURCE: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume I, page 13:
"2-167 (see 2-164) Thomas Binnision son of Abiah 5 September 1682, sold RICHARD HARROWELL (HARWELL)100 A. on Great Sw. of Haddoways Cr. adj. Durty Sw., near HARROWELL's house, Mr. Robert Griggs, 27 May 1695."
"2-164: Abihah Bonison (Bonnison) and alien died seized of 1200 A. in Christ Church Par. Lancaster Co. & could leave no heir or dispose by Will. Thomas Bonison so ofAbiah of Lancaster Co. presents same to Escheat and 7 September 1682 sold 212 A. of the 1300 A. to Urihah (Huriah) Angell. Grant to Angell adj. Mr. John Pinkar, Thomas Bonnison, the Mill Rd., Thomas Banton. John Hashley, Thomas Martin, Abiah Bonnison's Sw. 27 may 1695 (Both 1200 A. & 1300 A. are in Deed)"

Item 11
NICHOLUS HARALD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1684
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 439: "NICHOLUS HARALD, son of WALTER, born 15 October 1684."

Item 11b
JAMES HESSELL (HERRELL?)of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1684
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 438:
"JAMES HELLELL, son of WILLIAM, born 29 September 1684".

Item 12
GILBERT HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1685
SOURCE: Northumbria Collectanea 1645-1720 A-L, page 533: "In Order Book 4, pg. 279 Saml. Gerrard-dece.-his administrator Elizabeth Gerrard arrests GILBERT HARROLD for debt 15 July 1685."

Item 13
SARAH HARALD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1687
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 439: "SARAH HARALD, daughter of WALTER, born 17 April 1687."

Item 14
MR. HARRILL of Virginia, 1688
SOURCE: William and Mary Quarterly Volume 4, page 80
"A letter from Joseph Clarke, dated August 22, 1688 to Col. John Washington says. 'My good friend MR. HARRILL, brother-in-law, and executor to Mr. Browne'."

Item 14 AA
RICH'D HARRELD, SEN of Lancaster Co VA 1689
Source: Lancaster Co. Court Records
"11 July 1688, a probate of the last will and test of Rich'd Curtis dec'd Estate is granted unto Mary Curtis, his widow and relict, She giving security according to Acte.
Geo. Wale, Francis Emanuell, Thomas Baker, John Bradley are ordered to Appraise the said estae and bee sworn by the next Justice. An Inventory thereof to bee exhibited to the next Court. RICH'D HERRELD, SEN. and Henry Bell, Security..."

Item 14 AC
RICH'D HARROLD of Lancaster Co., VA 1689
Source: Lancaster Co. Court Records
"10th April 1689, at this Court RICH'D HARROLD is discharged from office of Constable and John Bendley is order to succeede him and bee sworn by the next Justice".

Item 14 AD
GOERGE HARROLD of Lancaster Co., VA 1690
Source: Lancaster Co. Court Records
"13th August 1690. It appearing to this Court that Francis Emanuell, Senr, deceased, does stand indebted unto GEORGE HARROLD on barrell of Indian Corne and one Peck of wheat. It is therefore ordered that same bee forwith pd. with costs out of the saide Emanuells estate".

Item 14 AE
RICHARD HARROLD of Lancaster Co. VA 1690/1691
Source: Lancaster Co. Court Records
"Oct. 4th 1690, RICHARD HARROLD on Jury in trespass case. Nov. 21st 1691 On Jury. Survey ordered for the above.

Item 14b
RICHARD HARROLD of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1690/91.
SOURCE:Lancaster County, Virginia Will Abstracts, 1690-1709, by Ruth and Sam Sparacio, page 16:
"The Inventory of the Estate of Capt. John Pinckard (decd) mentions RICHARD HARROLD among those with bill and obligations to the estate."

Item 15
JOHN HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1695/96
SOURCE: Northumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750 compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, page 720. "18 March 1695/96 JOHN HARROLD son of WALTER and PRISCILLA seven years old last December is bound by the Court and apprentice to serve John Trimlett and his wife and their heirs until he attaines twenty one years of age and the said John Trimlett causeing the JOHN HARROLD to Read and Write in the case ye s'd Jno Trimlett...until ye expiration of said terme to teach him the trade of cooper...OB 1678-1698."

Item 16
HUGH HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1695/96
SOURCE: Northumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750, compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 2, page 720:
"18 March 1695/96 HUGH HARROLD seven years old December last bound by the Court an apprentice to serve Wm. Woodland and his heirs until he attaine to twenty one years of age, the said Wm. Woodland promising to do his endeavor to teach said HUGH the trade of Taylor and also to read the Bible...OB 1678-1698."

Item 17
NICHOLAS HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virignia, 1695/96
SOURCE: Northumberland county Apprenticeships 1650-1750, compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 2, page 720:
"18 March 1695/96 NICHOLAS HARROLD son of WALTER and PRISCILLA eleven years old last February is by court bound an apprentice to serve Capt. Tho. Brereton an dhis heirs until he attains the age of twenty one years the said Capt. Brereton in Court having in consideration thereof promised to cause the said NICHOLAS to be taught to read and write and give him a heifer of three years old at age of eighteen years....OB1678/98."

Item 17b
GILBERT HARROLD in Bedford County, Virginia, 1700
SOURCE: Land Records for Bedford County:
"March 9, 1700 surveyed for GILBERT HARROLD 26 acres in Bedord Co......".

Item 18
RICHARD HARRELL of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1700
SOURCE: Tithable List 1700 Lancaster County, Va., Compiled by Sam and Ruth Sparacio of Ancient Press.
"Christ Church Parish November 1700 RICHARD HARRELL- 1 tithable."

Item 19
JOHN HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1702/03
SOURCE: Northumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750 compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, page 237. "17 February 1702/03 JOHN HARROLD orphan child about fifteen years old Having been formerly bound by the Court to John Trimlett and Hannah his wife under four provisions and the said Trimlett and his wife beind deced and it having been presented to this Court that the said child is incapable of getting his living and toytoring (tutoring) and idleing his time away loosely and almost naked and Capt. Thomas Winder and the boy consenting in court thereto havin goffered in Court provided the said child shall serve him to be taught the trade of a cooper and to read...shall appeare the next Court to the conrary Jno. Cooke of Lancaster County by Capt. Richard Haynie his attorney claiming the said boy and ordered the said boy be produced the next Court and upon Tryal of the matter the order to be confirmed or made void....OB 1699-1713."

Item 20
JOHN HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1702/03
SOURCE: Northumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750 compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, page 248. "19 May 1703 Whereas In March Court last JOHN HARROLD under some conditions bound to Capt. Thomas Winder provided Mr. John Cooke of Lancaster County should not show sound reasons to the contrary and upon his apprearance and debating the matter the former order to be made null or confirmed and ordered the said HARROLD serve the said Winder according to the directions of the former order...OB 1699-1713.

Item 21
GILBERT HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1703
SOURCE: Virginia Colonial Abstracts Series II Volume I Northumberland Co., Va. 1678-1713
"Court 17 November 1703 Motion of JAMES HARROLD, Exor. a probate of the last Will of GILBERT HARROLD. Proved by Francis Dawson and Mary Chapman."

Item 22
JAMES HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1704
SOURCE: Records of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland County, Virginia 1650-1703
Compiled by W. Preston Haynie Part I, page 311. "20 September 1704 Mary Chapman, serv't to JAMES HARROLD, in Court having acknowledged that she had a bastard Child in the time of her service, the fine for her said default is remitted, her said Master in Court having assumed to pay the fine OB 1699-1713." (Note: Apparently JAMES HARROLD married Mary Chapman, or later married another Mary, since his wife at his death appears to have been named Mary).

Item 23
NICHOLAS HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1705
SOURCE: Northumberland County Apprenticeships 1650-1750 compiled by W. Preston Haynie, part 1, page 341. "18 July 1705 NICHOLAS HARROLD son of WALTER HARROLD petitioning this Court for his descharge from his apprenticehip from the Exectrs. Of Capt. Leon'd Dawson desceased he having served the full time as also for a three yeares old heifer and her increase which were to be delivered to him at eighteen years of age also his schooling which he was to have by Covenant in his indenture and it appearing he is free, he is descharged bu Richard Wright one of the Exec'rs moving the Court that the other matter might lye could the same if therefore could to the next Court at his request....OB 1699-1713."

Item 24
EDWARD HARRELL of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1707
SOURCE: "April 20, 1707 Christ Church Parish, Lancaster Co., Virginia EDWARD HARRELL married Margaret Brumwell, daughter of Peter Brumwell. Children of EDWARD and MARGARET are: THOMAS, EDWARD, JUDITH (married William Green), MARY (married Peter Hudson).

Item 25
RICHARD HARROLD, JR. of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1711
SOURCE: Records of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland Co., Va. 1650-1793
"Court 18 July 1711 RICHARD HARROLD, JR. and MARGARET his wife, one of the daughters of Thomas Ball deceased vs. John Burns, who married the widow and relict of said Ball, for Margaret's portion of the estate."

Item 26
GILBER HARRELL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1711:
"GILBER, son to MARY, born 22 January 1711."

Item 27
GILBERT HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1715
SOURCE: Northumbria Collectanea 1645-1720 A-L page 540. "In order Book 6, page 110, GILBERT HARROLD and his wife JOAN - to appear in Williamsburg as witnesses, 30 May 1715."

Item 28
JOHN HERRELL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1716
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Births 1661-1810, page 440. "JO'N HARRELL, son to JOHN, born March 10, 1716."

Item 29
JAMES HARRELL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1719
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 440. "JAMES HARRELL, son of JA'S, born 29 November 1719."

Item 30
WILLIAM HERRELL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1720
SOURCE: Northumberland county Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 440. "WILLIAM HERRELL, son of JOHN, born 13 October 1720."

Item 30B
HUGH HARROW of Essex Co. VA 1720
Source: Essex County Wills and Administrations No 3, 1717-1721, (Reel 40) p. 150-51
"HARROW, HUGH, Inv. & Rec. May 17, 1720".

Item 31
HARRELLS OF Lancaster County, Virgnia, 1721
SOURCE: Rent Rolls of Christ Church Parish, Lancaster County, Virginia 1721,1743, 1750, Compiled by Daughters of the American Colonists:
Note: no HARRELLS appear in any of the the lists for 1721, 1743, 1750.

Item 32
GILBERT HARRELL of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1721
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 440. "GILBERT HARRELL, son of JA'S, born 14 October 1721."

Item 33
JOHN HURLE of Stafford County, Virginia, 1728/29
SOURCE: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume 1, page 98:
"Deed Book B page 210: John Edy of Westmoreland Co. 464 A. in Stafford Co. on Pimmetts Run. March 1728/29. JOHN HURLE first took up land but paid no compostition. Grant to Edy. HURLE paid fees before Edy had Deed. Deed cancelled. New Deed for HURLE Bk. C fo..196."

Item 34
JOHN HARLE (HURL) of Stafford County, Virginia, 1729
SOURCE: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume I, page 100:
"Deed Book C page 8: William Gunnel of Westmoreland Co. 400 A. in Stafford on Pimmet's Run adj. Dorrel's land on Four Mile Run, JOHN HURLE (HURL). 15 January 1729."

Item 35
WILLIAM & JOHN HARLE of Prince William County, Virginia, 1731
SOURCE: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume I, page 111:
"Deed Book C page 206: Edward Embs, WILLIAM HARLE & JOHN HARLE of Pr. William Co. 512 A. in Pr. William Co. adj. John Parker, on Mill Br., William Harrison. 15 July 1731."

Item 36
ROSANA HEARALD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1731
SOURCE: Northumberland County Records of Birth 1661-1810, page 441. "ROSANA HEARALD, daughter of JA'S and MARY, born 24 December 1731."

Item 37
JOHN HERLE of Orange County, Virginia, 1735
SOURCE: Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 1735-1738, compiled and abstracted by John Frederick Droman, page 7:
"pages 83-87: 17 May 1735. Alexander Spotswood, esq. to JOHN HERLE, planter. Lease for lives of JOHN HERLE and Wilm. Ingram son of Jno. Ingram. 120 acres on the south side of the River Rappidanne, part of 40,000 acres granted granted Alexander Spotswood and called the Sptsylvania Tract. Yearly rent for first four years on 25 December, one ear of Indian corn, and thereafter 600 pounds of tobacco, delivered at a convenient landing in Spotsylvania County, the first due 25 Dec. 1736.
14 July 1735. Possession granted JOHN HERLE by James Chissum, attorney of Alexander Spotswood. Wit: Charles Spoe, Bryan Sisson.
15 July 1735. Acknowledged by Alexander Spotswood, Esq. on motion of John Bramham." (Note: the abstract is actually much longer than this. The more interesting portions of this abstract were chosen to be posted. Other researchers may wish to look up the abstract in its entirety).

Item 38
JOHN HARRELL of Frederick County, Virginia, 1735
SOURCE: Texas D.A.R. Register for Marion Lege Henderson Halton, No. 479874:
"JOHN HARRELL born 1735 Virginia died after 1797 in Frederick Co., Va. Married Sarah ---?--- born 1745 and died July 30, 1810 in Frederick Co., VA. Military: Ensign, Frederick Co., VA. Children: JOHN, JR. born 1759, JOSIAH born Jan. 1761 married (2)Sarah Evans, NATHAN born 1769, ELIZABETH born 1772."

Item 39
JOHN HARROW of Orange County, Virginia, 1737
SOURCE: Orange County Virginia Deed Books 1738-1741 abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, pages 112-113:
"Petition dated 23 July 1737: JOHN HARROW is among a group of petitioners for a wagon road through Chester's Gap."

Item 40
WILLILAM HARLE & JOHN HARLE of Prince William County, Virginia, 1739
SOURCE: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume I, page 122:
"Deed Book E, page 38: Thomas Lord Fairfax land in Pr. William Co. on Difficult Run near Falls of Potomack R. adj. Maj. Dennis McCarthy's Sugarland Tract, Mr. Wm. Harrison, Messsrs. WILL'M & JOHN HARLE, John Parker (now Mr. Watson), above Clark's Br., edward Emmes, Guy Broadwater, Thomas Simmonds, Mr. Lewis Elzey, on Difficult Run, Will'm Norris, line of Mr. John Grant now Maj. John Covill, Piney Br. of Difficult Run, John Lewis, John Warner, John Reid's now Rodham Neale, Mr. James Thomas, Col. Carter, Wm. Berkley. Surv. by Jno. Warner 8 June 1739. 12, 12,588 A. granted Bryan Fairfax, Esq. Bk F. fol:124."

Item 41
RICHARD HARRALD of Prince William County, Virginia, 1740
SOURCE: Orange County Virginia Deed Books 1738-1741, abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, page 37:
"Deed Book Four 1740-1741, pages 40-43: 27-28 April 1740. William Russell of Orange County, Gent. to RICHARD HARRALD, planter, of Prince William County. Lease and release; for L45 current money. 760 acres on the south side of Shenandoah River....by deep gully.....down the river..... (signed) W. Russell, Wit: David Vaunce, Charles Buck, Michael (M) French [in release also RICHARD (h) HARRALD].
26 June 1740. Acknowledged by William Russell, Gent.
26 June 1740. Commission to Robert Slaughter, John Finlason and Samuel Bell, Gent. to take the acknowledgement of Mary, wife of William Russell.
20 July 1741. Mary Russell relinquishes her right of dower before Robert Slaughter and Saml. Ball 24 7br.(Sept) 1741. Privy examiniation returned.
Pages 43-46. 28-29 April 1740 William Russell of Orange County, to Charles Buck, farmer of same. Lease and release; for L45 current money. 450 acres on west side the south river of Shenandoah on the lowere side a deep gully near river bank opposite to an island....W. Russell, Wit: David Vaunce, Michael (M) French, RICHARD (h) HARRALD.
26 June 1740. Acknowledged by Wm. Russell, Gent.
(Relingquishment of dower as above, Russell to HARRALD)." (Note: The "M" in parenthesis represents Michael French's mark. The same for the "h" for Richard Harrald. Although this particular abstract of this deed does not illustrate it, other abstracts indicate that Richard Harrald's wife, named Elizabeth, also made her mark on the deed.

Item 42
JOHN HARROW of Orange County, Virginia, 1740
SOURCE: Orange County, Virginia Will Book I 1735-1743, abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, page 24:
"Pages 125-26. John Calver. Inventory. Appraisers sworn before Morgan Morgan. Total valuation L68.4.7, David Vance Senr, robert Allan, David Vance, Junr.
Debts due by John Colvert's estate:
To Mr. Jost Hite, L3.2.2, To JOHN HARROW, L13.1,To Grisham Woodall, L2.7 1/2,To Robert Warph, L4.4 1/2
To George Boman, L7.8,To Mr. James Wood, L2.2.1,To James Megrowe, L2.9,To James Cathey, L1.8,To Wm. McMachen, L2.8,To Nathaniel Chapman, L10.1,To Jacob Whit, L2.0,To Robert Brookes, L17.6, We the undersigned executors do justify the above County to be just and true. Wm. McMachen, Robert Colvert, Jane Stevenson, Isaiah Calvert. 23 May 1740. Returned to court." (Note: the spelling of the names has been faithfully followed as they were in the original document)

Item 43
WILLIAM HARLE of Prince William County, Virignia, 1740
SOURCE: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume I, page 130:
"Deed Book E page 184: John Summers of Pr. William Co. 359 A. in said Co. between Accotinck and Holme's Run adj. Messrs Harrison and Pearson. WILLIAM HARLE, Mad'm Broadwater's Rolling Road, Maj. John Fithugh. Surv. by Mr. John Warner. 10 November 1740."

Item 44
WILLIAM HARLE of Prince William County, Virginia, 1741
source: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume I, page 135:
"Book E page 282: WILLIAM HARLE Pr. William Co. 603 A. in said Co. on Middle Run of Holme's Run adj. Capt. Simon Pearson dec'd. Surv. by Mr. John Warner. Adj. Col. Colvill, Michael Reagon now Capt. Cocke's, Maj. John Fithugh, Mr. Broadwater's Rolling Road. Watts & Harrison's land, corner of Edwrad Emms now Colvil's land. 18 June 1741."

Item 45
JUDITH HARRELL of Stafford County, Virgnia, 1742
SOURCE: Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg, and of Orange, Spotsylvania and Stafford Counties, Virginia 1722-1850 by Therese A. Fisher, page 73:
"Green, William & JUDITH HARRELL; 21 January 1742 (Stafford County Marriages)"

Item 46
WILLIAM HARLE of Prince William County, Virignia, 1742
SOURCE: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, compiled by Gertrude Grey, Volume I, page 144:
"Deed Book E, page 471:WILLIAM HARLE & Gerrard Tramel of Pr. William Co. 547 A. in said Co. adj. Col. Mason dec'd, Messrs Watt & Harrison on Brs. Of Accotink Run. Surv. by John Warner. 17 July 1742."

Item 47
RICHARD HARREL of Augusta County, Virginia, 1743
SOURCE: The Virginia Magazine, Volume 38, page 73. In a boundary dispute between Augusta and Frederick counties this statement was made: "February 10, 1743, crost the South River of the Shenandoah at the limestone rocks below Richard Harrel's bottom after crossing the mountains and Happy Creek."

Item 48
WILLIAM HARLE of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1743
SOURCE: Fairfax Co. Virginia Deed Abstracts, Book A, pages 86=87:
"November 15, 1743 between WILLIAM HARLE of Fairfax and Ownes Willliams Co. Fairfax 5 shillings 288 acrs, part of 683 Acre tract taken up by WILLIAM HARLE, Patent dated June 18, 1741 situated in Prince William Co., now Fairfax.
For 1 ear of Indian corn at the Feast of St. Michael the Arch-angel if demanded. Recorded Nov. 18, 1743, Signed....WM.HARLE."

Item 49
HUGH HARROLL of Frederick County, Virginia, 1743
SOURCE: Frederick County Order Book One 1743-1744:
"HUGH HARROLL died 1743 in Frederick Co., VA.....left orphans HUGH and JANE HARROLL. Custody given to William Davis by court order"

Item 50
JOHN HARLE of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1744
Source: Fairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book A, pages 155-157:"JOHN HARLE witness to Deed"

Item 51
JOHN HARLE & WM. HARLE of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1744
Source: Fairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book A, pages 258-260:
".....in lines of lands of Daniel Trammell, bought of JOHN HARLE..WM. HARLE Witness."

Item 52
GILBERT HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1744:
Source: Records of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland County, Va.1650-1793, compiled by W. Preston Haynie page 48:
" 19 December 1744 On information of Spencer Ball and Ellis Gill, Churchwardens of St. Stephen's Parish against Margaret Burn, late servant of GILBERT HARROLD, ordered the Sheriff take the s'd Margaret Burn in custody for being lately delivered of a bastard Child & Cause her to appear the next Court to answer s'd information:OB 1743-49."

Item 53
GILBERT HARROLD of Northumberland County, Virginia, 1745
Source: Records of Indenture Servants and Certificates for Land Northumberland County, Va.1650-1793, compiled by W. Preston Haynie page 57:
"10 April 1745 On the presentment of the grand jury versus Margaret Burn for having a bastard child in St. Stephen's Parish in this county, the s'd Margaret being called and not appearing, on the motion of ___________ (name of person not stated), gen't, one of the Churchwardens of afores'd Parish, judgment is granted against the s'd Margaret & GILBERT HARROLD, her security, for five hundred pounds of tabacco, being the fine inflicted by Law for the afors'd offence which the Margaret and GILBERT are ordered to pay at the laying of the next levy for s'd Parish to use of the poor thereof with Costs. OB 174-49." (Note: This explains why Gilbert named Samuel Burn in his will. Samuel was his son.)

Item 54
JOHN HARLE of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1745
Source: Fairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book A, pages 409-411:
"JOHN HARLE witness to deed. Recorded July 16, 1745."

Item 55
JOHN HARL/HARLE of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1746
Source: Abstracts of Virginia Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys 1653-1781, Volume I by Peggy Shomo Joyner:
"JOHN HARL/HARLE; Fairfax; 24 Feb. 1746, 24 (?) June 1751; 131 a. near mouth of Secolin Br. on Goose Crk; adj. Abram Lindsay, Jacob Binks, Col. Carter, Mad. Mason (formerly Capt. Asbery's), Mr. Russ. Surv. Guy Broadwater.
June 1752 " Eliza. the Widow of JOHN HARLE came & desired the benefit of this land, But if Any in behalf of the Son shd. Claim, then must submit."

Item 56
WILLIAM and JACOB HARREL of Augusta County, Virginia, 1746
Source: Augusta County Records by Lyman Chalkley Volume I, page 26:
" March 18, 1746/7 . ...Road ordered from Caleb Jones's mill down to county line. James McKay, Henry Harding, John Mill, Adam Cunningham, Jacob Sterrell, William Hurst, Thomas Burke, WILLIAM HARREL, Thomas Grubb, JACOB HARREL, Charley Cox, Charles Burke, Calib Jobe." (These tithables ordered to work on the road.)

Item 57
SAMUEL HARRILL of Prince William County, Virginia, 1747
Source: Prince William Tithables 1747

Item 58
JACOB HARREL of Augusta County, Virginia, 1747
Source: The Virginia Magazine Volume I, page 35:
"JACOB HARREL fined for not attending as a witness in court."

Item 58B
JNO. HARILD & RICH'D HARIL of Augusta Co. VA 1748
Source: Chalkey Papers, Volume 2, page 414
"1748 Tax Delinquents of Augusta Co.:JNO HARILD, not found, RICH'D HARIL, twice charged."

Item 59
WILLIAM HARLE of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1749
Source: Fairfax Co., Virginia Deed Abstracts Book B, pages 481-482:
" Land of WILLIAM HARLE and Garrard Trammell sold to John Moncure. On branches of Accotink, granted to WM. HARLE and Trammell July 17, 1742. Located N. side of Accontink branch, place called Elk Lick. 517 acres Recorded 21 June 1749."

Item 60
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1749
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 2, Chalkley Volume III, page 274:
"August 18, 1749 RICHARD HARRALD, SR. to RICHARD HARRALD, JR., planter of Culpepper Cave Branch, Joining JOHN HARRALD Planter, Capt. Russell's line. Teste: Leonard Burton, Judith Hurst."

Item 61
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1749
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 2, Chalkley Volume III, page 274:
"August 18, 1749 RICHARD HARRALD to son WILLIAM HARRALD Planter and to son JOHN HARRALD and to son MOSES HARRALD and to son JAMES HARRALD and to son AARON HARRALD, Duggley Branch on condition that the sons stay with him until they are of age. Delivered to JOHN HARRALD in March 1758."

Item 61b
GILBERT HARRELL of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1750
SOURCE: Last Will and Testament of Gilbert Harrell, filed in Lancaster County:
Filed August 17, 1750, GILBERT, anems his good friend, William Taite, as Executor, he makes provisions of inheritance for his son Samuel Burn, and mentions his loving brother JAMES.

Item 62
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1750
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3 page 22, Chalkey Volume III, page 289:
"November 21, 1750 RICHARD HARRALD, planter to WILLIAM HARRALD, planter 180 acres, Shanandore River; corner JOHN HARROLD; corner MOSES HARRALD. Teste. John Funk, Henry Netherton, James McKay."

Item 63
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1750
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3 page 25, Chalkey Volume III, page 289:
"November 21, 1750 RICHARD HARRALD to JOHN HARRALD planter 131 acres, Shenandore River, corner RICHARD HARRALD, JR., Teste: Henry Netherton, James McKay."

Item 64
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1750
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3 page 27, Chalkey Volume III,
page 289.
"November 21, 1750 RICHARD HARRALD, planter to JAMES HARRALD planter 126 acres Shenadore River, corner AARON HARRALD planter, MOSES HARRALD planter."

Item 65
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1750
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3 page 27, Chalkey Volume III, page 289:
"November 21, 1750 RICHARD HARRALD, planter to MOSES HARRALD, planter on the Shenandore River, corner JAMES HARRALD and WILLIAM HARRALD."

Item 66
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1750
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3 page 27, Chalkey Volume III,
Page 290:
"November 21, 1750 Same to AARON HARRALD Planter, 78 acres, corner JAMES HARRALD."

Item 67
RICHARD HARRALD of Augusta County, Virginia, 1750
Source: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 3 page 33, Chalkey Volume III, Page 191:
"January 31, 1750 Richard HARROLD planter to RICHARD HARRALD JR. planter 51 acres on the South River Shenadore, corner MOSES HARRALD. Teste: -James McKay, JACOB HARRALD, William Hurst."

Item 68
RICHARD HARREL of Augusta County, Virginia, 1751
Source: The Virginia Magazine Volume I, page 438:
"May 22, 1751 Petition for a road from widow Cobren's mill on the South Branch to Patton's Mill on the South Fork. Last Fall the court cent James McKay and RICHARD HARREL to view a road. They accordingly viewed the road to Ruben Pagets and so to keep down the river on the east side of county line. Prays an order all tithables on Flint Run and its branches from Walter Cunningham's down to the county line. JACOB HARREL, Peters Emlie, Anthony Horton, Ruben Paget, RICHARD HARREL SR, William Owens, John Kelly, Howard Gibson, James McKay, Philip Curme, Joseph Hoskins, William Hurst, Thomas Lann, RICHARD HARRELL JR, WILLIAM HARREL, Thomas Lenn, William Colbee, THOMAS HARREL, JOHN HARREL, John Jones, Joseph Ballinger, James Lenn, MOSES HARREL."


Item 69
JACOB HARRIL of Augusta County, Virginia, 1751
SOURCE: Land Deeds Recorded in Augusta County, Virginia, Deed Book 3, page 101, Chalkley Volume III, page 294:
"Ruben Paget and Elizabeth to JACOB HARRIL 100 acres on a branch of Flint Run, patented by Farifax Spetember 19, 1749. Corner of John Calfee. Teste: John Sellers, William Hurst, James McKay".


Item 70:
WILLIAM HARREL of Augusta Co., Virginia, 1751
SOURCE: The Virginia Magazine Volume I, page 46:
August 27, 1751 WILLIAM HARREL approved overseer of rad, vice William Hurst and James McKay and tithables on the west side of South River to Fredericky City and to Good's Run. Keep in order."

Item 71
JOHN HARROLD of Shenandoah area. 1754-1760
SOURCE: Kegley's Virginia Frontier, page 452:
"A JOHN HARROLD of the Shenandoah area served in Capt. Joseph Pryor's Company of men during this time. He was listed as having one horse and four cattle in the records."Item 72
JAMES HARRILL of Prince William County, Virginia 1756
SOURCE: Records Cnter, Richmond Virginia, Will of JAMES HARRILL of Prince William County, Virginia, date 20 September 1756:
"JAMES HARRILL of Prince William County, Va. Wife (unnamed in wikll) was Executrix. Sons; JOHN, DANIEL, MOSES, WILLIAM, GILBERT, and SAMUEL. Daughters; ELIZABETH, MARY, SUSANA, ROASAN. Signed JAMES HARRILL (by marke). Wit; JOHN HARRILL (by mark), and DANIEL HARRILL (does not say by mark."
(Note: Daniels signature appears to be in the same handwriting as the rest of the text. The Will is probably in his handwriting. Another orginal document accompanied the Will. This is a note from Mary Harrill to the Court of Fauquier dated 23 June 1763. Mary asks the Court to name either Capt. Houson (Housen) Kenner or her son Daniel Harrill to be the Administrator of the Estate of her husband, james Harrill. She sayd she is ....old and crazy and not able to go through the trouble of it.)Item 72ab
JOHN & RICHARD HARROLD of Frederick County, Virginia 1759
SOURCE: 1759 RENT ROLLS FOR FREDERICK CO.
"HARROLD, JOHN, Va Frederick Co. 1759 Rent Roll
HARROLD, RICHARD, VA Frederick Co., 1759 Rent Roll."Item 72ac
JOHN HARLE of Loudon County, Virginia, 1761
SOURCE:"FTM- Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-`789 (#310)

Item 72b
ELIZBETH HERRILL of Fauquier County, Virgnia 1764
SOURCE: Early Fauquier County Marriage Bonds, compiled by Fauquier Bicentennial Committee:
"ELIZABETH HERRILL m. John Clayter date of bond 7 June 1764."
(note: The groom's name might correctly be John Clayton)

Item 72c
RICHARD HARROLD of Frederick County, Virginia, 1764
SOURCE: 1764 Rent Rolls for Frederic Co.:
"HARROLD, RICHARD, VA Frederick Co. 1764 Rent Roll."

Item 72d
DANIEL HARRELL of Fauquier County, Virgnina, 1770
SOURCE: FTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

Item 72e
DANIEL HERRELL of Fauquier County, Virginia, 1770
SOURCE: FTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

Item 73
JOHN and JACOB HARRELL of Shenandoah County, Virginia, 1773
SOURCE: Shenandoah co. Virginia Deed Book A:
"Bond by JOHN and JACOB HARRELL dated April 27, 1773."

Item 73b
WILLIAM and JOHNATHAN HARROLD of Fauquier County, Virginia, 1773
SOURCE: FTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

Item 73c
JNO. HARROW of Fauquier County, Virginia, 1773
SOURCE: FTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)

Item 74
JACOB HARRELL of Shenandoah County, Virginia, 1774
SOURCE: Shanandoah CO. Virginia Deed Book A, page 527:
"Indenture May 27, 1774 Between JACOB HARRELL of Shenandoah Co. and Isaac Hite, Gent. of county Frederick L94 Sh 19. Pence 1. To him in hand paid by Hite: 1 sorrel mare brand TS, 1 red sow, 1 red hefier white face, 1 red? Sow and 6 shoats, 2 axes, 2 feather beds and furniture, 1...?, 2 bedsteads, 1 chest, Shear...? and shovel plows, 5 iron hoes, 1 frying pan 1 iron skillet, 2 pewter Basons, 2 pewter planes, 2 piggons and p....?, 2 wash tubs, 1 gini...? iron, 2 pr pot hooks, 2 hogsheads tobacco, parcel of corn."Item 74B
RICHARD HARROLD of Dunmore County, Virginia, 1774
SOURCE: FTM-Family Archive Census Index: Colonial America 1607-1789 (#310)"