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Thomas Stockton Sr., was a son of Davis Stockton (c.1685-1761), one of the very early settlers in what would later become Albemarle County, Virginia. Davis Stockton arrived in what was then Goochland (now Albemarle) County, Virginia, before June of 1737. "Davis Stockton's Line" is mentioned on a Virginia Land Office Patent to Michael Wood (Woods) dated 10 June 1737. "George the Second . . . in Consideration of the Sum of Forty Shillings of good and lawful Money . . . do Give Grant and Confirm unto Michael Wood one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing four hundred Acres lying and being in the County of Goochland on the heads of Ivy Creek on other Branches of the North River on the South Side of the North River and bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at a hiccory on Davis Stockton’s Line . . . crossing a Branch of the North River . . . to Pointers in Davis Stockton's Line . . . the Tenth Day June one thousand seven hundred and thirty seven In the Tenth Year of our Reign. William Gooch”

It is not known when or where Thomas Stockton was born. It appears that he was born about 1714, and maybe in Ireland. It is also not known when or where his father Davis Stockton was born. All dates of birth for Davis Stockton and his children are only approximate. It appears that Davis Stockton and his children might have been born in Ireland, however, no evidence of the Davis Stockton family has been found there. In the 1730's the Davis Stockton family settled in the Ivy Creek area of then Goochland County, Virginia. They might have also been on the North and South Forks of Mechum's River in the 1730's, however, they are not found there until 15 March 1741. The North Fork of Mechum's River became known as Stockton Creek, and the South Fork became known as Stockton's Mill Creek.

When Henrico Shire was created in 1634 it included the Ivy Creek and Mechum's River area. The name Henrico Shire was soon changed to Henrico County. In 1728 the Ivy Creek and Mechum's River area became part of Goochland County, and in 1744 it became part of the newly formed Albemarle County. From 1728 until 1744 the headwaters of Mechum's River, including Stockton's Branch of Mechum's River and Stockton's Mill Creek, were in St. James Parish, Goochland County, Virginia. After the formation of Albemarle County in 1744 this area was now in St. Anne's Parish, Albemarle County, Virginia. The northern area of Albemarle County was now in Fredericksville Parish and the southern area of Albemarle County was in St. Anne's Parish. In 1761 Amherst County was formed from the southern part of Albemarle County, however, Stockton's Branch of Mechum's River and Stockton's Mill Creek remained in St. Anne's Parish, Albemarle County. In 1807 the northern part of Amherst County became Nelson County. See 1751 Joshua Fry - Peter Jefferson map.

Thomas Stockton married Rachel Allen, a daughter of Samuel and Margaret (nee Chapman) Allen. The Chapman family was from Chesterfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. Rachel Allen's father died and her mother married Samuel Arnold. The Samuel Arnold family moved to Goochland County and can be found there by 1741, however, they might have been living there several years before that time. Thomas Stockton appears to have met and married Rachel Allen in Goochland County in the late 1730's or very early 1740's.

GOOCHLAND COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1728-1744, by Nathaniel Mason Pawlett, 1975, revised 2004, p. 41
Order Book 5, Goochland County, 15 Sept. 1741 O.S., p. 3
"Road to be Clear'd . . . On the Petition of . . . Davis Stockdon . . . Sam. Arnett [Samuel Arnold], Richard Stockdon, Thomas Stockdon . . . Leave is given to Clear a road from Thomas Morrisons to the D.S. tree in Michael Woods road. And that the Petitioners be exempt from working on any other road."

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE PATENT BOOK NO. 22, 1743-1745, pp. 42-44, 1 March 1743
"George the Second . . . in Consideration of the Sum of Twenty Shillings of good and Lawful Money . . . do Give Grant and Confirm unto Samuel Arnold one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing two hundred Acres lying and being in the County of Goochland on the Branches of Ivy Creek and bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at Captain Hudsons Corner . . . the First Day of March One thousand seven hundred and forty three In the Seventeenth Year of our Reign . . . William Gooch"

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE PATENT BOOK NO. 24, 1745-1746, pp. 141-143, 20 Sep 1745
"George the Second . . . in Consideration of the Sum of Forty Shillings of good and lawful Money . . . do Give Grant and Confirm unto Thomas Stockton one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing four hundred acres lying and being in the County of Goochland and on both sides of the South Fork of Mechums River and bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at Davis Stocktons corner . . . the Twentieth Day of September one thousand seven hundred and forty five In the Nineteenth Year of our Reign . . . William Gooch"

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK, p. 472, 21 Jan 1764
"This Indenture made this Twenty first Day of January in the . . . year of our Lord one Thousand seven hundred & Sixty four between Thomas Stockton of the County of Albemarle on the one part & Adam Goudylock . . . in Consideration of the Sum of Thirty five pounds ninteen Shillings & three pence Current Money of Virginia . . . Four hundred acres lying & being on both sides of Rockfish Road & Bounded followeth (to wit) Beginning at pointers in Henry Terrells Line . . . to pointers in Martha Stocktons line . . . Adam Goudylock . . . Samuel Stockton . . . Thomas Stockton"

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK, pp. 480-482, 13 June 1764
"This Indenture maid the thirteen Day of June one thousand and seven Hundred & Sixty four Between Samuel Stockton & William Stockton & their wives each & every of them of the Parish of St. Anns & County of Albemarle yeoman of the other part & Thomas Stockton wheel Wright . . . one hundred pounds current Money of Virginia . . . unto Thomas Stockton . . . one hundred acres lying & being in the County of Albemarle on Both sides the South fork of Mitchams River which said land was Granted to Samuel Stockton & William Stockton by Patent bearing Date the sixt Day of July one thousand Seven hundred & Forty one . . . Samuel Stockton . . . William Stockton . . . Prudence Stockton . . . Jane Stockton . . . Test . . . John Nicholas Clk"  It does not appear that there was a patent to Samuel and William Stockton on 6 July 1741, there was however a patent to Davis Stockton on 6 July 1741 for 400 acres "on both sides the South fork of Mechum's River." This appears to be part of the patent that was given to Davis Stockton on 6 July 1741.

DAVID LEWIS JR. OF VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA, by Chester R. Johnson, c1995
Albemarle County, Virginia, Court Records, 23 July 1762
David Lewis of St. Anns Parish, Albemarle Co., appointed Alexander Baine of Henrico Co., his attorney to recover from several persons the sums of money or tobacco listed by their names which are now due and owed to him:
In Albemarle County, Virginia, about 125 men including:
     Samuel Arnall, 11 pounds, 15 shillings, 10 pence, 3 farthings
     Francis Whelchel, 3 pounds, 10 shillings, 6 pence
     Wm. & Saml. Stockton, 9 pounds, 2 shillings, 10 pence
     Thos. Stockton, 1 pound, 4 shillings, 10 pence
     Richd. Stockton, 10 shillings
     Adam Goudelock, 1 pound, 4 shillings, 6 pence, 3 farthings
Recorded in court, 13 Aug 1762
David Lewis Junr. seal

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, WILL BOOK 2, 1752-1785, pp. 179-180, 9 May 1765
In the name of God, Amen this Ninth day of May in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty five . . . I Samuel Arnold of the Parish of Saint Ann in the County of Albemarle in the Colony of Virginia, Yeoman, being sick and weak of body but of good and perfect mind and memory . . . I commit to the earth to be buryed with such charges and in such place as my dear wife, Martha Arnold, shall think good and touching the distribution of my worldly goods I dispose of the same as followeth, First, I will as all I justly owe be truly paid . . .  I give and bequeath the rest of my Estate both real and personal, viz, lands and goods, to my well beloved wife, Martha Arnold, and her heirs and assigns for ever . . . Samuel (his mark) Arnold . . . Signed sealed published . . . in the presence of us the under written . . . Thomas Stockton . . . James Johnson . . . David Dove . . . Benjamin McCord . . . At Albemarle July Court 1765. This will was proved by the Oaths of David Dove and Benjamin McCord, witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded, and on the motion of Martha Arnold . . . whereupon she with Thomas Stockton and Robert Logan, her Securitys, entered into and acknowledged their Bond accordingly. Test: Henry Fry, D. C.

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 4, 1764-1768, pp. 138-139, 12 Sep 1765
"Know all men by these presents that I Martha Arnal Widow of Samuel Arnal deced of the County of Albemarle Aged Seventy three years last March and Born of Rebecca the Wife of Robert Chapman late of the Township of Chesterfield County of Burlington Province of West Jersey . . . have made my Trusty and Loving Son Thomas Stockton my true and lawfull Attorney for me to demand and receive from the Heirs Executors or Trustees of the sd Robert Chapman wheresoever residing all of the gifts legacies either in money goods or chattles which sd Robert Chapman Bequeathed to me by Will or otherwise . . .  Martha M hir marke . . . At a Court held for Albemarle County the XII day of September 1765 . . . This Writing was acknowledged by Martha Arnold & ordered to be recorded"  

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE PATENT BOOK NO. 37, 1767-1768, pp. 406-407, 20 Sep 1768
"George the Third . . . in consideration of the sum of Ten Shillings of good and Lawful money . . . Do give grant and confirm unto Thomas Stockton one certain Tract or parcel of Land containing one hundred Acres lying and being in the County of Albemarle between the Cucumber, Piney and Walnut Mountains . . . the twentieth day of September one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight In the eighth year of our Reign . . . John Blair"

ALBEMARLE COUNTY IN VIRGINIA, by Rev. Edgar Woods, 1901, pp. 319-320
“Among the earliest settlers in the western part of the county, who came as is said under the leadership of Michael Woods, was a family named Stockton. Though their name has entirely disappeared, they have in a number of ways left their mark behind. They consisted of several branches. They erected perhaps the first mill in that section of the county. The north fork of Mechum's River still bears the name of Stockton's Creek, the south fork in early times was called Stockton's Mill creek, and the first name by which Israel's Gap was known was Stockton's Thoroughfare. The famous abbreviation of D. S. is also ascribed to the head of the family. One story recites that Michael Woods and Davis Stockton landed at Williamsburg, and came to the wilds of Goochland together, that arriving at D. S., they advanced in different directions, Woods continuing straight forward to Woods's Gap, and Stockton bearing to the left along the foot of the mountain towards Batesville, and that as a memorial of the place where they separated, Stockton carved his initials on a tree . . . Woods's home lay at the mouth of Woods's Gap, and the Stocktons were settled along Mecham's River, the south fork as well as the north . . . Richard [Stockton] lived in the fork of Mechum's, near the old Black place; in fact, that place was a part of his land, he and his wife Agnes having sold four hundred acres to Rev. Samuel Black in 1751.”

ALBEMARLE COUNTY IN VIRGINIA, by Rev. Edgar Woods, 1901, pp. 362-363
"Ivy Creek, March 29, 1747. Whereas it is agreed or proposed that ye Inhabitants of Ivy Creek and ye Mountain Plain Congregation joyn together with ye Congregation of Rockfish, to call and invite ye Reverend Samuel Black . . . to be our Minister and Pastor . . . do promise and oblige ourselves to pay yearly and every year ye several sums annexed to our names, for ye outward support and Incouragement of ye said Mr. Samuel Black . . . according to ye Rules and Practice of our Orthodox Reformed Presbyterian Church." Among those who promised support for Reverend Samuel Black were: Richard Stockton, 12 shillings; Davis Stockton, 1 pound, no shillings; Adam Gaudylock, 10 shillings; William Whiteside, 10 shillings; Thomas Whiteside, 10 shillings; Thomas Lockhart, 10 shillings; Michael Woods, 1 pound, 10 shillings; and Michael Woods Jr., 10 shillings. Richard Stockton, Sr. (c.1710-1775) was a brother of Thomas, and Adam Goudelock and William Whiteside were brothers-in-law of Thomas. It is important to note that neither Thomas Stockton nor Samuel Arnold, who are both known to have been living in Albemarle County in 1747, are not mentioned as being members of the Orthodox Reformed Presbyterian Church.

ALBEMARLE COUNTY IN VIRGINIA, by Rev. Edgar Woods, 1901, p. 363
"Albemarle Company of Militia, lately in actual service for the defence and protection of the frontier against the Indians, September, 1758. Hening's Statutes, VII, 203." Captain James Nevill, Samuel Stockton, William Stockton, Adam Gaudylock, William Whiteside, Henry Brenton and Michael Woods, Jr., were among the 56 men mentioned as members of the Albemarle Company of Militia in William Waller Hening's 1820 book. Samuel Stockton (c.1720-1807) and William Stockton were both brothers of Thomas Stockton who is not mentioned as being in the militia. Thomas was a Quaker and would not have been involved with the militia.  

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN QUAKER GENEALOGY, by William Wade Hinshaw
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS
- - - HENRICO MONTHLY MEETING [Henrico County, Virginia]
Counties within bounds of this Monthly Meeting: . . . Goochland 
2 July 1749, Thomas Stockton appointed representative from this Monthly Meeting to quarterly meeting; first time name appeared
- - - CEDAR CREEK MONTHLY MEETING [Hanover County, Virginia]
Counties within the bounds of this Monthly Meeting: . . . Albemarle . . . Goochland . . . Henrico
- - - Stockdon
12 Jan 1747/48 Thomas & his family received by request 
6 Mar 1748 Henry Terrell & Thomas Stockton chosen overseer in place of David Terrell & Nicholas Stone, resigned
14 Mar 1748 Thomas chosen overseer of Caroline (particular or preparative) meeting 
8 Aug 1752 Davis Terrell chosen overseer in place of Thomas Stockton
12 Jan 1754 Prudence, "supposed daughter Thomas of Caroline County, disowned for married out of unity  
8 Nov 1755 Thomas under care of Monthly Meeting for non-attendance 
11 Sep 1756 Thomas ordered to appear in person at next Monthly Meeting 
10 Jun 1758 Thomas condemned misconduct & (accept or accepted or acceptable)
14 Mar 1761 Newberry, son Thomas, disowned for misconduct; mentioned that he removed from the bounds of this Monthly Meeting
14 Dec 1771 Daniel granted certificate to South River Monthly Meeting, Va. to marry
12 Apr 1772 John (or Jehu) received on certificate from New Garden Monthly Meeting, N. C. with his family
10 Oct 1772 Jenu & family requested certificate to New Garden Monthly Meeting, N. C.; certificate delayed as his affairs were not fully settled; finally discontinued 
- - - SOUTH RIVER MONTHLY MEETING [Bedford County, Virginia]
21 Dec 1771 This meeting received a certificate for Dan Stocton from the Monthly Meeting he belonged to, but he was obstinate & would not proceed in marriage according to good order used amongst us; the certificate returned to the Monthly Meeting to which he belonged
16 Jun 1787 (From Marriage Bonds of Bedford Co., Va.) Jesse Hix & Jane Ferrill, October 22, 1787. Dan Stockton, surety  
21 Aug 1790 Catherine Ferrell (now Stocton) disowned for married contrary to discipline
21 Aug 1790 Catherine Stocton (formerly Ferrell) disowned for marrying contrary to advice of Friends; a minute dated 21 Dec 1771 referred to concerning this marriage; first in 1771 but never disowned

ALBEMARLE: JEFFERSON'S COUNTY, 1727-1976, by John Hammond Moore, 1976, pp. 83-84
". . . a state property tax list compiled in 1782 . . . included a tax of ten shillings on free male citizens over twenty-one years of age and on all slaves; two shillings on every horse, mare, colt, and mule; threepence per head on "nett cattle"; five shillings per wheel for coaches . . . "

ALBEMARLE: JEFFERSON'S COUNTY, 1727-1976, by John Hammond Moore, 1976, p. 84
Albemarle County tax returns, 1782
928 whites at 10 shillings each, 464 pounds, 0 shillings, 0 pence
4,409 blacks at 10 shillings each, 2,204 pounds, 10 shillings, 0 pence
9,882 cattle at 3 pence each, 123 pounds, 10 shillings, 6 pence
3,160 horses at 2 shillings each, 316 pounds, 0 shillings, 0 pence
38 wheels at 5 shillings each, 9 pounds, 10 shillings, 0 pence
Total 3,117 pounds, 10 shillings, 6 pence

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1782
"A List of property with the Amount of Tax Thereon, taken by the magistrates in Albemarle County April 10th 1782"
Thomas Stockton Senr., 2 white males over 21, 0 slaves, 8 cattle, 4 horses - 1 pound, 10 shillings, 0 pence 
[Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr., a son of Davis 1 Stockton.]
Thomas Stockton, 1 white male over 21, 0 slaves, 5 cattle, 1 horse - 13 shillings, 3 pence 
[This is Thomas 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton, Jr.]
John Stockton, 1 white male over 21, 1 slave, 4 cattle, 2 horses - 1 pound, 5 shillings, 0 pence 
[This is John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]

Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton was born 4 Sep 1755 and would have been about 27 years old in 1782. Jesse appears to be the other male over 21 shown living in the Thomas Stockton, Sr., household. Thomas Stockton, Sr., left his plantation to son Jesse.

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, WILL BOOK 2, p. 407
407 / Stocktons Will
Be this known unto all unto whom this may hereafter Concearne
that I Thomas Stockton Senr. of the County of Albemarle and Colony of
Virginia doo appoint this to bee my Last will and testament, first my
Will is that at my death all my moveables shall bee sold, and the
Amount of the money to be Equally divided amongst all my Children
Only I Except one bed and furnerter, and one Chest and one Side saddle
Which I give unto my wife Rachel Stockton, to be at her own dis-
-posal, Also I do give and bequeath unto my son Newbery Stockton
Twenty Eight pounds, Eleven shillings, also I do give unto my
Daughter Jemime, Twenty Eight pounds Eleven shillings, also
I do give unto my Son Thomas Twenty Eight pounds Eleven shillings
Also I do give unto my Son John Twenty Eight pounds Eleven shillings
Also I do give unto my Son dan Twenty Eight pounds Eleven shillings
Also I do give unto my daughter Rachel, Twenty Eight pounds Eleven shillings
Also I do give unto my Son Davis Twenty Eight pounds Eleven shillings
Also I do give and bequeath unto my Son Jessee, all my Lands and
plantation whereon I now live, also I do give unto my wife
Rachel, the Third of my Lands, during her life as widowhood, and
after her death my will is that my Son Jessee Shall have the hole
of my Lands, and I also do appoint my Sons Thomas Stockton &
John Stockton, Executors unto this my Last will & Testament to
take due Care and see the same performed According to the True
intent and meaning, In Witness whereof I the said Thomas Stockton
hath hereunto my Last will and Testament, Set my hand and
fixed my Seal this Thirty first day of July Ano domany One Thou-
-sand seven hundred & Eighty two 
                                                        thomas Stockton (LS)
   test
     William Grayson
     John Black

At a Court held for Albemarle County the Eleventh day of April
MDCCLXXXIII. This will was proved by the Oath of William Grayson
and John Black the Witnesses thereto and Ordered to be Recorded, and on
the Motion of Thomas Stockton and John Stockton the Executors therein
Named who made oath according to Law Certificate was granted them
for Obtaining a probat in due form on their giving Security where-
-upon they with Menan Mills and Jessee Stockton their securitys
Entered into and Acknowledged their Bond for performing the said
Will Accordingly 
                                                            Teste 
                                                                  H Martin DY Clrk

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1783
Thomas Stockton               [This is Thomas 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton, Jr.]
John Stockton                    [This is John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
Jesse Stockton                  [This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
Daniel Stockton                  [This is Daniel 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
- - - - - - - - - - - -                  [Newberry 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton is already living in North Carolina in 1783.]
- - - - - - - - - - - -                  [Davis 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton might be too young to be on a tax list.]

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, TAX LIST, 1785
Thomas Stockton, 5 whites, 0 dwellings, 0 other buildings    [This is Thomas 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton, Jr.]
John Stockton, 7 whites, 0 dwellings, 0 other buildings         [This is John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
Davis Stockton, 2 whites, 0 dwellings, 0 other buildings        [This is Davis 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
Dan Stockton, 7 whites, 0 dwellings, 0 other buildings          [This is Daniel 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
Jessee Stockton, 3 whites, 1 dwelling, 0 other buildings       [This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
- - - - - - - - - - - -                     [Newberry 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton was living in North Carolina in 1785.]

Jesse Stockton is shown in the 1785 tax list with one dwelling. This appears to be the plantation that is mentioned in the 1782 will of Thomas Stockton, Sr. "Also I do give and bequeath unto my son Jessee, all my lands and plantation whereon I now live, also I do give unto my wife Rachel, the Third of my Lands {C {C

VIRGINIA COUNTY COURT RECORDS, ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS, 1784-1789, pp. 89-90
by Ruth and Sam Sparaco, 1997
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, 10 March 1785, pp. 67-68
Stockton to Stockton
This indenture made this Tenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty five; Between Thomas Stockton and Fanny his Wife of County of Albemarle of one part and John Stockton of same County of other part; Witnesseth that Thomas Stockton and Fanny his Wife in consideration of sum of one hundred sixty pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by John Stockton, the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto John Stockton and to his heirs one certain tract of land containing one hundred forty eight acres lying in County of Albemarle on the Branches of Stockton's Creek and bounded, Begining at corner pointers and runing thence North seventy seven degrees East one hundred seventy nine poles to pointers, North forty two degrees East seventy two poles to pointers at the Fork of a Path, new lines North eighty four degrees West eight four poles to pointers by a Fence on a Path, South seventy four degrees West eighteen poles to a white Oake saplin on the Old line and with it soth twenty nine degrees West twenty three poles to a red Oak, South six degrees East thirty six poles to pointers, East thirty poles to pointers, South one hundred and eighty two poles to a Pine, South eighty degrees East twenty two poles to a Pine, North thirty five degrees East one hundred forty two poles to pointers, North twenty nine degrees East four poles to the first station; all houses orchards and water courses to the same belonging; To have and to hold the one hundred forty eight acres of land with appurtenances unto John Stockton and his heirs, and Thomas Stockton for himself and his heirs doth covenant with John Stockton his heirs that he will forever warrant and defend against him and his heirs and against all other persons; In Witness whereof Thomas Stockton and Fanny his Wife hath hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals this day and year first above written . . . [signed] Thomas Stockton . . . Signed sealed and delivered in presence of (no witnesses recorded)

March the Tenth 1785. Then received of John Stockton the sum of one hundred sixty pounds current money in full for the consideration in this Deed mentioned, I say received by me [signed] Thomas Stockton

Memorandum that on the Tenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty five quiet and peaceable possession and seizen of the land and premises was had and taken by Thomas Stockton and by him delivered unto John Stockton and his heirs, in presence of [signed] Thomas Stockton (no witnesses recorded)

At Albemarle March Court 1785
This Indenture and Memorandum were acknowledged by Thomas Stockton, party thereto, and ordered to be recorded . . . Teste . . . [signed] H. Martin Dy Clk
(Note: This is Thomas 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton, Jr., and John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOKS, 1785-1787,
by Ruth & Sam Sparacio, 1997, p. 8,
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEED BOOK 9, pp. 129-131, 11 Sep 1785
This Indenture made the Eleventh day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty five; Between Thomas Stockton and Frances his Wife of County of Albemarle of one part and Dan Stockton of the same County of other part; Witnesseth that Thomas Stockton and Fanny his Wife in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by Dan Stockton, the receipt whereof he doth acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto Dan Stockton and to his heirs one certain tract of land containing seventy four acres lying in County of Albemarle on a Branch of Stockton's Creek and bounded; Begining at a white Oak on the top of the Yallow Mountain and runing thence North seventy six degrees West twenty nine poles to a Pine, South seven degrees West sixty two poles to a Chesnut Oak, South seventy degrees East seventy five poles to a Pine, North twelve degrees West sixteen poles to a white Oak sapplin, South eighty two degrees East eighteen poles to pointers, South seventy degrees East forty four poles to a read Oak saplain, New lines North twenty degrees West one hundred sixty nine poles to a red Oak on the top of said Mountain, South forty three degrees West eighty four poles to a Chesnut Oak, South fifty four degrees West thirty four poles to the first station; and all houses orchards and water courses to the same belonging; To have and to hold the seventy four acres of land and all appurtenances unto Dan Stockton and to his heirs and Thomas Stockton for himself and his heirs doth covenant with Dan Stockton his heirs that he will forever warrant and defend the land and premises unto Dan Stockton against all persons claiming; In Witness whereof Thomas Stockton and Fanny his Wife hath hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year above written
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of (no witnesses recorded)
                                                                                                              [signed] Thos: Stockton
                                                                                                              [signed] Fanny Stockton

September 8th 1785. Then received of Dan Stockton the sum of fifty pounds current money being in full for the consideration money of this Deed mentioned I say received by me Thos: Stockton

Memorandum; That on the Eighth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty five quiet and peaceably possession and seizen of the land and premises within mentioned was had and taken by Thomas Stockton and by him delivered unto Dan Stockton and his heirs;

At Albemarle September Court 1785
This Indenture, Memorandum and Receipt were acknowledged by Thomas Stockton, party thereto, and ordered to be recorded. Fanny Stockton, Wife of Thomas Stockton, personally appeared in Court and after being privately examined as the Law directs, voluntarily relinquished her Right of Dower in the said lands conveyed by the said Indenture . . . Teste [signed] H. Martin, Dy. Clk.
(Note: This is Thomas 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton Jr. and Daniel "Dan" 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, pp. 172-174, 10 Nov 1785
This Indenture made the 10th day of November in the year of our Lord on thousand seven hundred and eighty five; Between Dan Stockton and Cattron his Wife of County of Albemarle of one part and Jesse Stockton of the same County of other part. Witnesseth that Dan Stockton for sum of one hundred pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by Jesse Stockton, the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these doth bargain and sell unto Jesse Stockton and to his heirs one certain tract of land containing one hundred fifty two acres lying in County of Albemarle on both sides of the . . . and on the waters of the North Fork of Micham's River . . . to a Poplar Stump corner to John Davis and Richard Stockton . . .
(Note: This is Daniel "Dan" 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton and Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY VIRGINIA MARRIAGES, 1780-1853, Volume I, by John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr., 1991, p. 301
"Stockton Jessee & Mary Hays -  - - - 178-; Benjamin Burger, no date given [Hudson's Register]"
(Note: This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.) 

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, p. 370-372, 16 April 1787
This Indenture made this Sixteenth day of April one thousand Seven Hundred Eighty seven Between Jesse Stockton and Rachel Stockton of the County of Albemarle of the one part and Thomas Smith of the County of Amherst of the other part Witnesseth that the said Jesse Stockton and Rachel Stockton for and in Consideration of the Sum of two Hundred and fifty Pounds Specie to them in hand Paid the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge, Hath Bargained and Sold and do hereby Bargain & Sell . . . a Certain Tract of Land lying in the County of Albemarle on both sides of Michems River unto the said Thomas Smith the said Plantation Containing one Hundred and sixty acres more or less and bounded as follows . . . Signed Sealed & Delivered . . . Jesse Stockton (seal) . . . Rachel Stockton (seal) . . . In the presence of Menan Mills, Jacob Oglesby, W. Woods Junr., James Brooks, James Hayes, Philemon Snell, Thomas Stockton, James Hayes.

In his will Thomas Stockton, Sr., left the the plantation to his son Jesse Stockton, however, he also left one third of his lands to his wife Rachel Stockton. Jesse 3 Stockton was not the sole owner of the plantation, his mother Rachel (nee Allen) Stockton owned one third of the estate of Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr. For Jesse to sell the plantation his mother would also need to sell her one third interest in the plantation. This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton and his mother Rachel (nee Allen) Stockton selling the plantation of Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr. The Thomas Stockton who was a witness to the deed was Thomas 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton, Jr., and the James Hayes who was a witness to the above deed was a brother of Mary Hayes who married Jesse Stockton. 

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1787, List "B", p. 153
Thomas Stocton, 1 white male 21+, 0 white males 16-21, 0 slaves, 0 horses, 1 cow                
[This is Thomas 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton, Jr.]
John Stocton, 1 white male 21+, 1 white male 16-21, 1 slave under 16, 3 horses, 0 cows         
[This is John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
Davis Stocton, 1 white male 21+, 0 white males 16-21, 0 slaves, 1 horse, 1 cow                      
[This is Davis 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]
Jesse Stockton, 1 white male 21+, 0 white males 16-21, 1 slave under 16, 2 horses, 2 cows    
[This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]

BEDFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1787, List "B", p. 208
Dan Stockton, 1 white male 21+, 0 white males 16-21, 0 slaves, 2 horses, 2 cows                  
[This is Daniel 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]

PETITION FROM ALBEMARLE FOR EMISSION OF PAPER MONEY, 3 Nov 1787
Signed by John Stockton                                                                                                    
[This is John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, p. 507, 21 May 1788
This Indenture made twenty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Eight Between John Stockton and Margaret his wife of Albemarle County of the one part and Jesse Stockton of the County aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said John Stockton and Margaret his wife for and in Consideration of the Sum of Eighty pounds to them in hand paid by the said Jesse Stockton the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge have given bargained Sell . . . one Certain tract or parcel of land Containing one hundred and forty Acres lying in the fork of Mechams River on the head of Virgin Creek Bounded as followeth . . . that they the said John Stockton and Margaret his wife at the time of the Ensealing of these presents are and Seized of a sure Certain & indefeasible Estate of Inheritance in fee simple in the land and premises before mentioned . . . John Stockton (seal) Margaret Stockton (seal) William Wood Junr, James Hayes, Hugh Alexander, Philemon Snell
(Note: This is John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton and Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton. James Hayes, a witness to this deed, was a brother of Mary Hayes or Hays who married Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.)

Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton and Mary (nee Hays) Stockton named their first son Thomas Stockton. This would follow the tradition of naming a first son after his paternal grandfather. Thomas 4 Stockton, a son of Jesse and Mary (nee Hays) Stockton, married Elsie Johnson. Thomas was buried in Holeman Cemetery, Warren County, Illinois. His headstone shows he died 17 Jan 1853 at age 64 years, 7 months and 13 days, so born 4 June 1788. The 1850 census, Warren County, Illinois, shows Thomas Stockton as 62 years old and born in Virginia.

Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton and Mary (nee Hays) Stockton named their second daughter Rachel. This would follow the tradition of naming a second daughter after her paternal grandmother. Rachel 4 Stockton's paternal grandmother was Rachel (nee Allen) Stockton. Jesse and Mary Stockton named their first daughter Sophia after her maternal grandmother, Sophia (nee Wood) Hays.

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1789, List "A", p. 16, 7 April 1789
Jessie Stockton, 1 white male 16+, 3 Negroes 16+, 0 Negroes 12-16, 2 Horses                      
[This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton.]

1790 FEDERAL CENSUS, RUTHERFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, 5th COMPANY, p. 135
Newbury Stocton:
1 white male over 16  [Newberry 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton]
1 white male under 16  [Thomas 4 (Newberry 3, Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton]
1 white female  [Margaret (nee Lattimore) Stockton]

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 10, p. 373, 7 Feb 1792
Jesse and Mary Stockton to William Woods, Jr., 148 acres. This appears to be the same 148 (or 140) acres that John and Margaret Stockton sold to Jesse Stockton on 21 May 1788.
(Note: This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton and his wife Mary (nee Hayes) Stockton.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK, 26 Jan 1793
Jesse and Mary Stockton to Francis Davis, 44 or 54 acres.
(Note: This appears to be the last mention of Jesse Stockton in Virginia.)

MASON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TAX LISTS, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 and 1804.
Jesse Stockton (Note: This is Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton and Mary (nee Hays) Stockton.)

SPOUSE:
Thomas Stockton married Rachel Allen, a daughter of Samuel and Martha (nee Chapman) Allen. After Samuel Allen died Martha (nee Chapman) Allen married Samuel Arnold. The Samuel Arnold family was living next to the Davis Stockton family probably as early 1740. It appears that Thomas Stockton probably met and married Rachel Allen in Goochland County, Virginia. The will of Thomas Stockton, Sr., "I do give and bequeath unto my Son Jessee, all my Lands and plantation whereon I now live, also I do give unto my wife Rachel, the Third of my Lands, during her life as widowhood." Rachel (nee Allen) Stockton and her son Jesse Stockton sold the Thomas Stockton plantation on 16 April 1787. Rachel (nee Allen) Stockton has not been located after the 16 April 1787 deed.

CALENDAR OF NEW JERSEY WILLS, ADMINISTRATIONS, ETC., Edited by A. Van Doren Honeyman, 1918
1732, January 14. Allen, Samuel, of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Martha, sole legatee and executrix for bringing up of children whose names are not given. Witnesses – Charles Woolverton (?), John Carr, George Fox and Samuel Green. Proved May 3, 1733. Executrix a Quaker.

1732, February 19. Inventory of estate, £97.5.0, incl. what was found in the weaving room, loom, tubs, etc.; fifteen head of cow kind; twelve head of swine; eight head of horse kind; one servant man; made by Charles Woolverton and Samuel Green.

1734, May 15. Account of Samuel Arnold and Martha, his wife, late Martha Allen, executrix of will of Samuel Allen. Mentions Joseph Higby, William Montgomerie, Stephen Pidcock, Daniel Howel, Elizabeth Reed, John Mullin, William dugdale, Thomas Woollverton, Thomas McClehan, isaac Herrin, Joseph Reed, Isaac Arey, Richard Hough, Christian Cornelius, Frances Bowes. Lib. 3, p. 298; 100J.

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 4, 1764-1768, pp. 138-139, 12 Sep 1765 "Know all men by these presents that I Martha Arnal Widow of Samuel Arnal deced of the County of Albemarle Aged Seventy three years last March and Born of Rebecca the Wife of Robert Chapman late of the Township of Chesterfield County of Burlington Province of West Jersey . . . have made my Trusty and Loving Son Thomas Stockton my true and lawfull Attorney for me to demand and receive from the Heirs Executors or Trustees of the sd Robert Chapman wheresoever residing all of the gifts legacies either in money goods or chattles which sd Robert Chapman Bequeathed to me by Will or otherwise . . . Martha M hir marke . . . At a Court held for Albemarle County the XII day of September 1765 . . . This Writing was acknowledged by Martha Arnold & ordered to be recorded"
(Note: Thomas Stockton was the son-in-law of Martha (nee Chapman) Arnold.)

CHILDREN:
Newberry Stockton m. Margaret Lattimore
Jemima Stockton m. Capt. John Lattimore II
Thomas Stockton, Jr., m. Frances "Fanny" ____?____
John "The Signer" Stockton m. Margaret ____?____
Daniel Stockton m. Catherine Ferrell
Rachel Stockton m. Francis Lattimore
Davis Stockton m. Susannah ____?____
Jesse Stockton (1755-1834) m. Mary Hays

It appears that Thomas Stockton, Sr., and Rachel Allen, met and married in what was then Goochland County, Virginia. The area where Thomas and Rachel (nee Allen) Stockton, Sr., lived became part of the newly formed Albemarle County, Virginia, in 1744. All of Thomas and Rachel's children appear to have been born in what is now Albemarle County, Virginia.

SOURCES:

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE PATENT BOOK NO. 17, 1735-1738, pp. 350-351, 10 June 1737 
(Michael Woods, 400 acres)

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 15 Sep 1741 
("Road to be Clear'd . . . Davis Stockdon . . . Richard Stockdon, Thomas Stockdon")

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, ORDER BOOK, p. 16, 18 Nov 1741
(Thomas Stockton, 140 pounds of tobacco for a wolf's head)

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE PATENT BOOK NO. 22, 1743-1745, pp. 42-44, 1 March 1743 
(Samuel Arnold, 200 acres)

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE PATENT BOOK NO. 24, 1745-1746, pp. 141-143, 20 Sep 1745 
(Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr., 400 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, SURVEY BOOK, 9 Dec 1749
(Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr., 200 acres on Branches of the N. F. of Mechum's River)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, SURVEY BOOK, 4 June 1752 
(Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr., 100 acres between Piney and Walnut Mountains)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK, p. 472, 21 Jan 1764 
(Adam Goudylock to Thomas Stockton, 400 acres on Rockfish Road)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK, pp. 480-482, 13 June 1764 
(Samuel 2 and William 2 Stockton to Thomas 2 Stockton, 100 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, BOOK 2, pp. 179-180, 9 May 1765 
(The will of Samuel Arnold)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 4, pp. 138-139, 12 Sep 1765 
(Martha Arnold power-of-attorney to Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 4, p. 295, 1766 
(Martha Arnold of St. Ann's Parish to Robert Gentry, 200 acres on Ivy Creek)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 4, p. 298, 1766 
(Martha Arnold of St. Ann's Parish and Robert Gentry, 234 acres on Ivy Creek) 

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 5 pp. 28, 94, 1768 
(Samuel 2 Stockton to Thomas Stockton, 50 acres)

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE PATENT BOOK NO. 37, 1767-1768, pp. 406-407, 20 Sep 1768 
(Thomas Stockton, 100 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK, 8 Jan 1771 
(Martha Arnold to Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr., for maintenance etc., Robert Gentry)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1782 
(John 3 Stockton, Thomas 3 Stockton and Thomas 2 Stockton, Sr.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, WILL BOOK 2, p. 407 
(Thomas Stockton's 31 July 1782 will, proven on 11 April 1783)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1783
(Thomas, John, Jesse, and Daniel, all sons of Thomas Stockton, Sr.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, TAX LIST, 1785
(Thomas, John, Davis, Dan, and Jesse Stockton, all sons of Thomas Stockton, Sr.)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, pp. 67-68, 10 March 1785
(Thomas 3 Stockton, Jr., to John 3 Stockton, 148 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, pp. 129-131, 11 Sep 1785
(Thomas and Frances Stockton to Dan Stockton, 74 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, pp. 172-174, 10 Nov 1785
(Dan and Cattron Stockton to Jesse Stockton, 152 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1787, List "B", p. 153 
(by Netti Schreiner-Yantis, 1987)

BEDFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPETY TAX LIST, 1787, List "B", p. 208
(by Netti Schreiner-Yantis, 1987)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, pp. 370-372, 16 April 1787 
(Jesse 3 Stockton and his mother sold the Stockton plantation)

PETITION FROM ALBEMARLE FOR EMISSION OF PAPER MONEY, 3 Nov 1787
(signed by John 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 9, p. 507, 21 May 1788
(John and wife Margaret Stockton to Jesse Stockton, 140 or 148 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, 1789, List "A", p. 16, 7 April 1789 
(Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton)

1790 FEDERAL CENSUS, RUTHERFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, 5th COMPANY, p. 135

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK 10, p. 373, 7 Feb 1792
(Jesse and Mary Stockton to William Woods, Jr., 148 acres)

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK, 26 Jan 1793
(Last mention of Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton in Virginia)

MASON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TAX LISTS, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 and 1804
(Jesse 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton)

BEDFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA, CHANCERY RECORDS, Aug 1815
(Catherine (nee Ferrell) Stockton vs. Daniel 3 (Thomas 2, Davis 1) Stockton)

[HENING'S] STATUTES AT LARGE, Volume VII, 1820
by William Waller Hening, p. 203

ALBEMARLE COUNTY IN VIRGINIA
by Rev. Edgar Woods, 1901, pp. 319-320, 362-363

THE STOCKTON FAMILY OF NEW JERSEY AND OTHER STOCKTONS
by Thomas Coates Stockton, M. D., 1911, p. 236

CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH-IRISH SETTLEMENT IN VIRGINIA
by Lyman Chalkley, 1912

CALENDAR OF NEW JERSEY WILLS, ADMINISTRATIONS, ETC.
Edited by A. Van Doren Honeyman, 1918
- HUNTERDON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, 14 Jan 1732
(will of Samuel Allen of Amwell, wife Martha is executrix, Quaker)
- HUNTERDON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, 3 May 1733
(Samuel Allen of Amwell, will proven)
- HUNTERDON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, 19 Feb 1732
(Inventory of estate, £97.5.0)
- HUNTERDON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, 15 May1734
(Samuel Arnold and Martha, his wife, late Martha Allen, executrix of will of Samuel Allen)

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN QUAKER GENEALOGY
by William Wade Hinshaw

DAVIS STOCKTON OF VIRGINIA
by Leona Irene Smith Johnson and Winfred Broadus Smith, First Edition1972, Second Edition 1975

DEED ABSTRACTS OF ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEED BOOK NO. 4, by Ruth Sparacio
pp. 32-33, Martha Arnold's power of attorney

ALBEMARLE: JEFFERSON'S COUNTY, 1727-1976
by John Hammond Moore, 1976, pp. 83-84

ALBEMARLE COUNTY VIRGINIA MARRIAGES, 1780-1853, Volume I
by John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr., 1991, p. 301 

GOOCHLAND COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1728-1744
by Nathaniel Mason Pawlett, 1975, revised 2004, p. 41

DAVID LEWIS JR. OF VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA,
by Chester R. Johnson, c1995

VIRGINIA COUNTY COURT RECORDS, ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
by Ruth and Sam Sparacio, 1997

Headstone of Thomas Stockton, Holeman Cemetery, Warren County, Illinois
(Died 17 Jan 1853, aged 64 Yrs, 7 Ms, 13 ds)

1850 census, Warren County, Illinois, Thomas Stockton, age 62, born in Virginia

DAVIS STOCKTON OF ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
by Jerry Stockton



GALLERY:

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Davis Stockton of Albemarle County, Virginia - RootsWeb
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Davis Stockton (c.1685-1761) - Familypedia
Richard Stockton, Sr. (c.1710-1775) - Familypedia
Thomas Stockton, Sr. (c.1714-1783) - Familypedia
Samuel Stockton (c.1720-1807)- Familypedia
Jesse Stockton (1755-1834) - Familypedia
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Davis Stockton (c.1685-1761)- Find A Grave
Richard Stockton Sr. (c.1710-1775) - Find A Grave
Thomas Stockton Sr. (c.1714-1783) - Find A Grave
Samuel Stockton (c.1720-1807)- Find A Grave
William Stockton Sr. (c.1722-__?__)- Find A Grave
Elizabeth (nee Stockton) Whiteside (c.1725-1791) - Find A Grave
Sarah (nee Stockton) Branton (c.1728-__?__)- Find A Grave
Jesse Stockton (1755-1834) - Find A Grave
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Virginia County Formation Map - Family History 101
Albemarle County, Virginia - Historical Maps - Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society
Albemarle County, Virginia - Wikipedia
Goochland County, Virginia - Wikipedia
1751 Joshua Fry - Peter Jefferson map of Virginia and Maryland - Wikimedia
Map Showing the Location of Battle Fields of Virginia, 1891 - Wikimedia
      Mechum's River, Ivy Creek, Jarman's Gap (first known as Woods' Gap),
      and Israel's Gap (first known as Stockton's Thoroughfare) are shown on
      this 1891 map at I-10 and J-10, just east of Waynesboro.
Three Notch'd Road - Pawlett and Newlon, 2003
Peter Jefferson- Wikipedia
Thomas Jefferson - Wikipedia
French and Indian War (1754-1763) - Wikipedia
George Washington in the French and Indian War - Wikipedia
Tryon Resolves - Wikipedia
American Revolutionary War - Wikipedia
Battle of Kings Mountain - Wikipedia
The Stockton DNA Project
Descendants of Davis Stockton - Ancestry.com

NOTE:
DNA has proven that Davis Stockton of Albemarle County, Virginia, was not related to Richard Stockton of New York and later Burlington County, New Jersey. That Richard Stockton is shown at Familypedia as Richard Stockton (c1606-1707).

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