1 Goring surnames

1 Goring surnames

1653 John Gorange as witness to an agreement btw John Saines and Jno Berrye in Surry Co Va

1653 Jan: Page 51. Jan. 1653. An article of agreement between John Seines (Zeines) end Jno. Berrye regarding some work. John Berrye’s wife to Work in the ground. Wit. John Gorange. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 13.

1658 May 17 – Christian Gorein is transported to Virginia by Rice Jones, and Anthony Jackman, Mr. Miles Dixon, who receive 1040 acres in Rappa Co, on S. side of Rappa R. 17 May 1658. p. 277 (378). Beg nigh the edge of the great swampe or main pocosan, part of same bounded with marked trees belonging to Mr. Miles Dixon, nigh Matapawny Path near head of Dedmans Cr and Trans of 20 pers: (Edward Howgrave, John Anderton, James Payne, , James Fossett, Thos Bowman, Priscilla Holloway, Alice Kinge, Mary Floyd, Mary ____, Eliz Farme, Edward Allen, Thos Gill, Robert Doore, John Cox, Fra. Overton, Susanna Nurse, Wm Matthews, Fran. Morgans, Doris (?) Williams, Adam Higgison, Christian Gorein) , Renewed 13 Jan 1661. p. 391. Va. Land Trans – Rappa Co. , Va.
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1664 Sept 12, MR. SOUTHBY LITTLETON, 850 acs. Accomack Co., 12 Sept. 1664, p. 181, (71). At Occocomson, bounded on E. by the seaboard side, N. by land of Samll. Taylor & S. by Edward Smith. Trans, of 17 pers: Peter Luevell, Jno. Goring, Thomas Dule (or Diche), Jno. Steward, Thomas Gray, Ralph Carr, Henry Chown, Henry Bill, Edward May, Stephen Elphich (?), Jno. Churle, (or Charle), Jno. Charles, Wm. Rye, Edward Nott, Robt. Stoller, Lawrence Marsh, James Austin.

1665 Thomas Gorne transp to Isle of Wight Va, with 56 people, by Wm Body for 3350 acs

1665 May 1: George Empson. Dying intestate, Thomas Empson his brother requested administration. May 1, 1665. Security, Mr. Driver, William Goering. Page 10.
Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719.
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1665 July 12, MR. WM. BODY, 3350 acs., Isle of Wight Co., 12 July 1665, p. 252, (183). At the head of the Cyprus & western branches, beg. by the Beaver Dam, running N.E. &c. to the Meadow which makes the head of the western branch &c. to Colemans corner, E. by N. Nly. to corner of Tho. Joyner near the head of the Elme Sw. 550 acs. by patent dated 20 Oct. 1661 & 2800 for trans, of 56 pers: Jno. Horsmans, Wm. Roberts, Jno. Dizen. Wm. Painter, Edward Mumpford, Rich. Foxen, Hen. Hunt. Samll. Lucas, Fra. Weekes, Wm. Evans, Jasper Fisher, Jno. Dan, Jno. Taylor, Wm. Hancock, Evan Haines (or Hames), Abram Andrews, Hugh Taylor, Wm. Ranson, Jno. Walters, Jno. Bunzey, Sarah Adams, Thomas Demor, Robt. Welch, Jno. Rousee, Hen. Herbert, Jno. Morgan, Jacob Willoughbie, Wm. Browne, Jacob Taylor, Francis Fletcher, Wm. Body, Ann Body, Mary Body, Jno. Downe, twice, Mathew Andrews, Wm. Wenham, Robt. Elkes, Francis Heymore, Eliz. Wood, Eliz. Wms. (Williams), Jno. Taylor, Jno. Cocer, Samll. Porter, Ed. Hilman, Jno. Branson, Wm. Rickett, Henry Homes, Mary Codner, James Knott, Nathall. Sharpe, Wm. Tinzey, Tho. Bugg, Tho. Gorne, Isaak Prosser, Mathew North, Susan Nore, Jane Charratt, Fortune Trevett, Wm. Bough, Eliz. Lees, Robt. Gues.

1668 John Goring tax list in Surry Co Va

1669 John Gorin as wit to Edward Middleton making John Wimberly his atty in Surry Co Va

1669 John Goring on tax list in Surry Co Va

1669 John Goring wit to Henry Hollingsworth confessing judgment to Edward Napkin in Surry Co Va

1669 Feb 7: Page 357. 7 Fsb. 1669. Henry Hollingsworth desires to confess judgment to Ed. Napkin before the Court. Wit. Randall Holt, John Goring. Surry County Records, Surry County Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 95.

1669 Oct 9: Page 549. 9 Oct 1669. Edward Middleton, of London makes John Wimberly of Virginia, planter his Atty. Rec. 11 Aug. 1669. Wit. John Goring, Edward Amry, Thos Amry. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 13.

1670 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1670 Va Surry Co John Goringe wits Robert Shaw pay bill to Mrs Berber

1670 Dec 30: Page 378. Robert Shaw pays bill to Mrs. Barber. Wit. Edward Bridgman, John Goringe. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 99.

1671 Va Surry Co James Goring wit to John Rogers asking for judgment on debt of John Rogers

1671 March 4: John Rogers a Welshman has run away owing a debt, has run away in to the Bay, and Robert Shaw wants judgment for the debt. Wit. James Goring. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 104.

1673 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1673 Va Surry Co Mr Goring mentioned in investigation of James Chissett and 13 others re riotous assembling

1674 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1674 Va Surry Co Walter Bartlett obtains deed fr Roger Delk and Rebecka delk wit by John Goring

1673/4 Jan 3: Mr. Goring mentioned in investigation of James Chissett and 13 others re riotous assembling in Surry Co Va.
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Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 122.

1674 Oct 1: Robt Lacy obtains deed fr Roger Delk and Rebecka Delk out of Lawnes Ck. to Walker Bartlett’s line, wit by John Goring and Wm Hancock in Surry Co Va
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Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 127.

1675 June 10 – Ezekiel Gowering with Thomas Gowering on his tithe in Surry County Titheables: Same household as James Reduck. Surry Co, Va. http://interactive.ancestry.com/6131/VGS_2002_01_01_0386/525370754?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3fdb%3dvgs%26gss%3dsfs28_ms_db%26new%3d1%26rank%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gsln%3dGoin%26gsln_x%3d0%26MSAV%3d1%26uidh%3dm37&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnSearchResults&rc=510,1721,605,1750#?imageId=VGS_1984_01_01_0093

1676 Va Surry Co John Goring on Thomas Amry estate in Wills and Administrations 1671 – 1750

1676 April 25: AMRY, Thomas, Est: Inventory by his wife, Ruth Amry. Sworn before Capt. Charles Barham. 25 Apr. 1676. Signed by Randall Holt, Jno. Goring. Fra: Hogwood received of Edward Warren Est. for Mary Creed. Test: Wm Thomas. 29 Mar. 1676. Book 2 – Page 115. Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 6.

1677 Va Surry Co John Gorin on the will of Henry Goard

1677 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1677 March 1: John Goring buys 250a from Thomas Blunt and Richard Washington, in Surry Co Va
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Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 151.

1677 Dec 30: John Gorin on the will of Henry Goard in Surry Co Va. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 147.
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1678 Va Surry Co Jno Goring as wit to land sale btw Wm Harris and Thomas Jarroll on Robt Ruffin line

1678 Va Surry Co Jno Goring as witness to sale between Richard Blow and Robt Caufield

1678 Va Surry Co Jno Goring is debtor to Henry Goards estate

1678 Va Surry Co John Goring is wit to deed btw George Branch Jr and Susannah Corker and Eliza White and Robt Spenser

1678 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1678 May 7: Page 171. May 7, 1678. Jno. Goring debtor to Henry Goard‘s Est., by Martin Thomas, Charles Amry. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 149.

1678 May 7: Goard, Henry, Est: John Goring, admr. Signed – By Charles Amry, Martin, Thorne. May 7, 1678. Book 2 – Page 171. Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 73.

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring as witness to Randall Holt will

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring decd tax list

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring probate estate

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring will

1679 Va Surry Co will of John Goring of Surry abstracted in Isle of Wight Va

1679 Va Surry Co Mr Goring estate with Charles Moryson asking Robt Caufield to secure the Rapier pistol and holsters he lent Goring (Note: Likely this Surry Co, Va entry is for Goring – not Going – see below).

1679 Feb 26: Robert Ruffin Qual as admr John Goring decd. with Fra. Mason and Wm Edwards security – bond, 80,000 lbs legal tob Wit. Thos Binns ad Thos Senior.
Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 104.

1679 May 15 (Not sure of date? – need to look at handwritten copy): Goring, John: Leg. – To son, Charles Goring (not 21) if he die to William Holt, son of Mr. Randall Holt, late of this county, deceased and Rem. divided between sd William Holt and his brother, Thomas Holt. Loving kinsman Coll. Charles Morrison to take into his tuition and care my sd son, Charles, educate him and with friend, Robert Caufield, sole executors. 15 May, 1679. Prob. October 9, 1679. Wit: John Moyel (or Moyee), Elizabeth Holt. Book 2 – page 233. Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 72-73.

1679 Oct 2: Holt, Randall: Leg. – To my eldest son, John Holt, all my land; if he die uner age, to go to my son, William Holt. If he die, to my son, Thomas Holt. Mentions wife and six children (does not name them). Makes wife and son, John, exers. October 2, 1679.
Wit: John Meyer, John Goring. Book 2 – page 223. Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 91.

1679 Oct 26: Charles Moryson writes to his freind Mr. Robert Caufield, merchand, excusing himself for not writing from Col Bridger’s concerning Mr. Goring’s estate. Said he forgot, being just leaving the country full of troubles and distractions, as he was bound for New Yorke with the “Indyans wch came from Barmudus, who I am commanded to carry to the abovesaid place, etc.” He stated that he wished Caufield to secure the Papier, Pistolls and Holsters he had lent Mr. Goring etc. Signed, Ch. Moryson. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 155.

1680 Va Surry Co costs of admittance to probate of John Ruffin for est of John Goring

1680 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1680 October 26: Received of Wm Edwards, of Surry County, several costs of admittance of Probate –
Mr. John Ruffin — John Goring est.
Rob. Randall — Ann Hoskin’s est.
Eliza. Newhouse — Thos Newhouse est.
Wm Rowland — Daughter Baly’s est.
Ni. Smith — Thos King’s est.
Katherine Cornell — Samuell Cornell’s est.
Charles Williams — Mary Haydon’s est.
October 26, 1680. Henry Hartwell, Clerk. Court. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 172.

1681 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1682 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1685/6 March 6: GEORGE IVY of the County of Lower norfolke planter. Book 5 f. 86.
dated 6 Mch. 1685/6. proved 17 Jan. 1688/9. by Wm & Tho. Langley.
. . . buried att the Discretion of my beloved wife and Executrix . . . . wife Hannah Ivy my plantation or tract of Land whereon. I now Live being about one hundred and forty Six
acres of Land During her Life and after her Deceis to my Eldest Son Alexander Ivy . . . if it Shall please God to Call him out of this world before hee Come to age without issue male then the next brother to Succeid & Soe Consequently to the forth brother or more if ther Shall bee any . . . unto my Son George Ivy that tract of Land Commonly Called Crouches old field being one hundred acres . . . Comes to age . . . . . . unto my Son Samuell Ivy that nick of Land Called Cedars Nick being one hundred acres of Land . . . Soe Soone as hee is of age . . . . . . unto my Son Thomas Ivy fifty acres of Land joyning next to Coll. Lemuel Mason Land neare to the mouth of the broad nick . . . soe Soon as hee is of age . . . . . . to my Son John Ivy one hundred acres of Land by and in the Deep nick . . . soe soon as he is of age . . . . . . unto my son Joseph Ivy fiftie acres of Land Commonly Called the Cods by and betwixt Deep neck and the old field Commonly Called Crouches old field . . . soe soon as hee is of age . . . . unto my Daughter Elizabeth one Ewe . . . . unto my youngest Daughter Hanah Ivy one Ewe . . . . Children Shall bee of age att Sixteen yeares . . . . my daughters . . .
. wife hannah Ivy . . . Executrix . . . . William & Thomas Langlyes my near neighbours bee
. . . overseers . . . witnesses: Daniell Gorring. George Smart. Wm Langley. Tho: Langley.
June ye 21: 1688. George Ivy & Seale.
Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County wills, 1637-1710. pg. 108.

1686/7 Jan 27: JOHN GILCRIST . . . of Lower Norfolke in the Collony
of Virga Gentleman . . . Book 5 f. 15. dated 27 Jan 1686/7. proved 16 Mch 1686/7 by Pr Smith & Jno Edwards. . . . appoynt William Craford Gen’man & hugh Cambell
Gen’man my whole & Sole Executors . . . . . . Agnes Gilcrist my wife, robust and John Gilcrist my Children . . . . . . unto poore of the Church three thousand pounds of
tobacco . . . . . . “I desire to bee Buried att the Church in Tanners Creeke and that my Executors, Expend for the dovinge thereof fives pounds sterling or twelve hundred pounds
of tobacco . . . . . . unto my sd. Executors two morneing rings Each ring to bee in vallue twenty one Shillings & to Mr. George Craford one of ten shillings value & to Mr. Thomas Scott one of five shillings to Coll. Millioner one of ten Shillings . . . . . . I Give unto the writer heare of John Edwards one ring value ten Shillings . . . . . . Mr Geo. Newton bills wch I have against him of nynteen hundred & Six thousand be given up unto him hee
giving unto my Executors — generill release in full . . . also . . . one ring value ten shillings . . . . . . unto Sarah peters my best feather bed . . . my best tankad . . . . . . unto Sam Roberts my Gun . . . . . . unto Mr. George Craford my Sword belt sadle & furniture . . . witnesses: Peter Smith. Danullun Goring. Jno. Edwards. Je°ilcrist & Seale.
Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County wills, 1637-1710. pg. 108.

1689 June 3 Henry Goring – p.59. Deed. 3 June 16 -. Tho Arnold “of the County of Rappa and Grace my wife” to Henry Goring of the same Co. 50 acres. Wit: Jos: Rutter signed Tho: Arnold Wm x Tayler Grace Arnold Rec, 4 Nov 1689 in Rappa Co. (Virginia Colonial Abstraots, Volume 16, Richmond County, Records 1692 – 1704, Deed Book No.l 1692 – 1693, Deed Book No.2 1693/4 – 1696, Deed Book No.3 – lost., Miscellaneous Records 1699 – 1704, Beverley Fleet, Box 5161 – Saunders Station, Richmond, Virginia. Pg 19) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1689 Nov 4: p.59. Deed. 3 June 16 -. Tho Arnold “of the County of Rappa and Grace
my wife” to Henry Goring of the same Co. 50 acres. signed Tho: Arnold, Grace Arnold. Wit: Jos: Rutter, Wm x Tayler. Rec. 4 Nov 1689 in Rappa Co. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v16 Richmond 1692 to 1704. pg 19.

1690 Ezekiel Goring: Inventory of his estate and that of an orphan boy he kept named William Story. Signed Elianor Lucy. Not dated. Page 306. Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 46.
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1691 Apr 1: p,58. Deed, 1 April 1691, “Henry Goring late of the Colony of Virginia now Resident in Calvert County in the Providence of Maryland” to Antho Carnaby of Rappa River in the Colony of Virginia, for 2500 lb tobo, 50 acres in Rappa Co at the head of Papeto Creek, “which said Land I bought of Wm Jennings”, adj land of John Jennings and land of Tho Erwin. signed: Hen x Goaring. Wit: Tho x Smyth, Hen: Forneley.
p.60. Certificate 2 June 1692 re signatures.
p.60. Power of Atty, 1 Apl. 1691. Henry Goring of Calvert Co., Md. to “my Loving friend Mr James Tayler of Rappa County” to ack sale of 2 pc land, each 50 acres, to Antho Carnaby. Signature and Wit: as above. p.61. Certificate as above.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v16 Richmond 1692 to 1704. pg 19.

1691 July 29: Will of George Lamkin decd proved by oaths of Peter Smith, Sr., Margaret Goreing, and James Ellis, wits. Probate granted to the executrix.
Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 14.

1692 June 21: Henry Goaring – p,59, Certifioate. 21 June 1692. James Keith and Hen Mitchell, two Justioes of Peaoe for Calvert Co. in the Province of Maryland re. the Signature of Henry Goaring, Wit: Tho, Tasker, Reo, 15 April 1693, (Virginia Colonial Abstraots, Volume 16, Richmond County, Records 1692 – 1704, Deed Book No.l 1692 – 1693, Deed Book No.2 1693/4 – 1696, Deed Book No.3 – lost., Miscellaneous Records 1699 – 1704, Beverley Fleet, Box 5161 – Saunders Station, Richmond, Virginia. Pg 19)

1695 Va Isle of Wight will of Lear w Charles Goreinge as a beneficiary

1695 Nov 21: Council Chamber Whitehall. 26 October 1743. Committee report on the appeal of David Meade of Virginia, merchant, setting out that letters patent were granted in Virginia 10 July 1688 to Colonel John Lear since deceased, for a tract of land in the counties of Nansemond and Isle of Wight containing 900 acres which the same Colonel built on and improved and is the estate in question. He was seized thereof in fee simple and had issue one son Thomas Lear who died in his father’s lifetime leaving issue one son John Lear and two daughters Elizabeth and Martha. The aforesaid Colonel Lear made a Will 21 November 1695 and gave his granddaughter Elizabeth another distinct tract of land, to her and the heirs of her body with remainder to John George and his heirs, with remainder to the testator’s grandson the aforesaid John Lear and the heirs of his body for_ ever. And he gave another parcel of land to Charles Goring in fee and after several legacies he bequeathed to his aforesaid grandson John Lear (who was his heir-at-law) all other his lands tenements and heraditaments, with bases for term of years and appointed Executors, but he did not limit any remainder over of the said patented lands but such reversion descended upon his aforesaid grandson to whom an estate tail had been devised in the same lands. Some time after making his will the said Colonel Lear died seized in fee of the same patented lands and John Lear his aforesaid grandson entered therein. That by indenture of lease for a year of 29 June 1743 he, for consideration of 5/- sold the tract of land described in the said patent to his late grandfather with other premises, to the petitioner for one year for a peppercorn rent for certain reasons. By indenture of release of 1 July 1734 in consideration of £80 did give bargain sell alien release and confirmed to the petitioner the said tract of land to hold with appurtenances to the petitioner and his heirs for evero The lease and release and receipts for consideration moneys were at the 1st Court held 24 July 1734, proved by all three witnesses. The $aid John Lear the grandson died later without any issue •. On 15 October 1740 one William Thrustout filed a declaration in ejectment in Virginia against the petitioner for one messuage, one tenement and 900 acres of land in the parish of Newport county of Isle of Wight, Virginia, as the said William Thrustout was the feigned lessee under Martha Godwin and others The petitioner pleaded not guilty and issue was joined and the action was successively continued by the Court until 15 April 1741, 15 October 1741 and 15 April 1742. The last was considered by the judgment of the Court to be with the plaintiff and therefore, he, the said William Thrustout should recover against the petitioner with 1/- damages and his costs. The plaintiff prayed a writ of possession which was granted. The petitioner was greatly aggrieved by the judgment and brought his appeal to His Majesty in Council and prays that the said judgment given in Virginia 15 April 1742 be reversed. The Lords of the Committee heard the appellant by his Counsel and thereupon agreed that the said judgment be reversed and he be restored possession and that judgment be entered up to the appellant with costs. Privy Council Registers pp. 1-14, Vol.no.10.A.Press 12.

1696 March 24: Att a Court held 24 [sic: 25?] March 1696 [1697]. John Layton arresting Henry Goaring in an action of the case and noe further proceedings had therein, the suite is dismist. From: York County, Virginia Deeds, Orders, Wills, Etc., No. 8 – Part One 1687-1691 – Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman

1699 Va Henrico Co Jane Gower wife of Abell her will discussed

1699/1700 Feb 28: Will of John Goreham proved by David Thomas. Probate to William Butler, etc. Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 114.

1744 Sept 16: DODD, JOHN, 16 Sept. 1744; 26 March 1745, of Washington Parish. My son Joseph land in King George; son Nathaniel home plantation; son Benjamin household goods; dau. Mary McKenny and her husband John a servant maid; dau. Elizabeth; son in law William Goaring 6 shillings; son John Dodd; dau. Elizabeth Weedne. Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654 to 1800. pg 118.

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