63113
James Baugh

b.
d. 1 Aug 1810 Chesterfield County, VA.
m1. Mary Farguson (Ferguson)
m2. Sarah Newby (widow of Elijah Newby)

Children

Spouses and Marriage Dates Where Known

631131 James Baugh, Jr.

m. Dyson Norris
8 Sep 1793
Married by Eleazar Clay

631132 Daniel

d. by 9 Jun 1800 (estate document)
had 2 young sons, John and Arthur.

m. Ann Graves
7 Jan 1791 (documents related to transactions after his death refer to the wife as Nancy)
Married by Eleazar Clay

631133 Mary

Philip Vest
   m. 1797
Married by Eleazar Clay

631134 Frances

Jesse Gill
   m. 1803
Married by Eleazar Clay

631135 Tabitha

William Hatchett
   m. 1803
Married by Eleazar Clay

631136 Sarah

John Jackson
   m. 1803
Married by Eleazar Clay

631137 John
b. 1 may 1774

1. Sally Rofret
m. 1793
Married by Eleazar Clay
2. Elizabeth Taylor
   m. before 1807 in SC

631138 Nancy

Thomas Hatchett
   m.

631139 Moses
   b. abt 1786

 

63113A Elizabeth

Henry Vest
   m. 1810

63113B
Solomon (PPT) 1810 & 1811

 

63113C. Samuel (PPT) 1811
b. c. 1788

Elizabeth Williams (in SC)
   m. Mar 1815

63113D
Rebecca Thomas Baugh

 

Will of James Fargeson of Dale Parish, Chesterfield County, VA
Lend to my mother Sarah Fargeson all of my estate for life and at her death, divided between my brother Daniel Fargeson and my two sisters, Mary Baugh and Sarah Newby.
Executors: James Baugh, Levy Newby.
Dated 15 April 1784.
Witnesses: King Graves, Jessie Newby, T. Clay.


1776, Jan 6 court of Chesterfield court order bk #6 - page 94 - Moses Ferguson granted administration of the estate of Daniel Ferguson.

Note: pg123 p121 Daniel Farguson, John Baugh and Mary his wife, John, Sarah, and James Farguson, Infants, Against MOSES FARGUSON, heir at law and admin. of Daniel Farguson dec'd. Ordered that personal estate of dec'd be divided among the parties to the suite.


The father of Elijah Newby died in 1794. Elijah Newby died in 1797. After his death, James Baugh married his widow, Sarah Newby. Her maiden name may have been Belcher.

Pg 100 p460 Will of WILLIAM NEWBY, To son WILLIAM, tract he lives on, 132 acres, next to WILLIAM BAUGH, THOMAS BEALCHER and JESSE CLARK, being part of land I had by my wife, and 6 acres on lower side of plantation. To son ELIJAH, land he lives on, 155 acres, on South side of Swift Creek, 100 yards below the new mill bounded by WILLIAM BAUGH, WILLIAM NEWBY, WILLIAM NEWBY Jr, LEVI NEWBY, THOMAS ASHBROOK, and ELEASURE CLAY. To son ELISHA, land I live on, 213 acres, bounded by ELIJAH, and WILLIAM NEWBY, JOHN, THOMAS BELCHER, and MOSES FERGUSON. To grandson WILLIAM NEWBY, son of WILLIAM, the tract where my father JOHN NEWBY lived, 100 acres, next to SAM. COBBS, JOHN NEWBY, PERRY'S ESTATE, WIDOW GRAVES, MOSES FARGUSON and ELISHA NEWBY. To grandson ARTHUR HORNER, 100 acres, it being land of JAMES and ISHAM CLARK, next to WILLIAM WINFREE, THOMAS FARGUSON, JAMES CLARK and SAMUEL NEWBY. To grandson SAM NEWBY, rest of land I bought of JAMES and ISHAM CLARK, 94 acres, next to JAMES CLARK, GARDNER FOWLER and PUCKETT. Wife AMEY To have plantation and use of three Negroes for widowhood. TO dau. SARAH NEWBY, 1 feather bed, etc. To dau. JANE NEWBY, items. To dau. DINAH CLARK, 1 feather bed, etc. To son JOHN, bed and items. To dau. AMEY HUDSON, bed, etc. at the death of my wife. Wife and unmarried dua.'s to have use of plantation. Exc: sons ELIJAH and ELISHA. Wit: JAMES RAILEY, ROBERT FARGUSON, ALLEN WHITWORTH

     I did not see Levi mentioned in the will, but the person, who included this will in his data base in the World Connect Project, does include Levi. Also, note that the Father, William Newby's wife is Amey Ferguson. The children of William and Amey are listed in the data base as follows: Elijah b. 1747, Sarah b. 1749, Dinah b. 1751 Amey b. 1754 Levi b. 1756 Jane b. 1757 John b. 1759 Elisha b. 1761 William b. 1763. All of the birth dates are approximate.


Baugh to Ferguson
This indenture made this 7th day of January in the year of our Lord 1805, between James Baugh of the County of Chesterfield of the one part and William Ferguson of the other part. Witnesseth that the said James Baugh for and in consideration of the sum of 200 pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said William Ferguson at or before the sealing and delivery of the presence, the receipt whereof he, the said James Baugh, do by these presence acknowledge and confess and discharge the said William Ferguson, his heirs, executors and administrators, he, the said James Baugh, hath granted bargained, sold, alienated, surrendered up, yielded and confirmed and by these presence do grant bargain sell alien surrender, yield up, and confirm unto the said William Ferguson and to his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the said county of Chesterfield containing 99 acres and 7/8 of an acre of land. Be the same more or less and bounded the by lands of the said William Ferguson on the north and west and Cleveland Perdue, deceased. And on the said William Ferguson and on the south line bounded by the said William Ferguson land and on east by James Baugh it being part of the land whereon he lived on with all of the woods, ways, waters, and water courses, profits, and ______ thereof and the reversion and ­­­­­_____ and remainder ____ thereof and the appurtenances thereunto and belonging in any use appertaining into the said the William Ferguson and his heirs forever. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land and promises and appurtenances unto the said William Ferguson his heirs and assigns, forever to the only proper use and behoof of him the said William Ferguson, his heirs and assigns forever and the said James Baugh do by these presence promise for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators to and with the said William Ferguson, his heirs, executors and administrators to warrant and forever ____________ the said tract or parcel of land and promises and the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof unto the said William Ferguson, his heirs and assigns forever against the right title interest property claim and _____ whatsoever of him and the said James Baugh and his heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever claiming by through from or under him the said James Baugh, his heirs, executors, or administrators, or by through from or under all and every  other person or persons whatsoever, he the said James Baugh will by these forever defend.
In witness wherever he the said James Baugh have hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year firsts before written.
James Baugh and seal
Teste William Hatchett, Daniel Ferguson, and John Ferguson.
Chesterfield County Court 14 Jan 1805.

This deed was acknowledged by James Baugh, party thereto, and ordered to be recorded.
Teste: Thomas Watkins


Worsham to Baugh
This indenture made this 11th day of February in the year of our Lord 1790 between Thomas Worsham of Chesterfield County, of the one part, and James Baugh, Sr. of the same county, of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Thomas Worsham for an in consideration of the sum of 10 pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand _______ by the said James Baugh, Sr. the receipt whereof he the said Thomas Worsham doth here by acknowledge at given granted bargained and sold alienated confirmed and by these presence doth give grant bargain and sell unto the said James Baugh and to his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land containing 10 acres situate lying and being in Chesterfield County aforesaid and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a corner tree on Josiah Perdue’s land and joining the lands of a said Thomas Worsham and James Baugh with all woods underwoods water and water courses thereunto belonging on in _____ appertaining unto the said tract or parcel of land with the reversion and ____ ____ and remainders of all and singular the said lands and premises and every part and parcel thereof to him the said James Baughs and to his heirs and assigns forever to have and to hold the said land and premises and all any of its parts rights and members unto the said James Baugh and to his heirs and assigns. The said land and premises with their ­­­­­and any of their rights and appurtenances unto the said James Baugh and to his heirs and assigns against him the said Thomas Worsham and his heirs and all and every other person or persons whatever.
In witness where the said Thomas Worsham hath hereunto set his hand and seal this day and your above written.
Thomas Worsham seal
Signed sealed and delivered William ____ and John Worsham.

At a court for Chesterfield County 8 Apr 1790, this ___ was acknowledged by Thomas Worsham a party thereto in order to be recorded.

Thomas Watkins,
Teste


Chesterfield County, VA WB 7, pages 225 and 419. Order books have information on the shooting, etc.

Chesterfield County, VA 1812 documents the settling of his estate. It includes the above list of children. This is the same information as appeared in http://genforum.genealogy.com/baugh/messages/735.html.

Pritchett, John W. Southside Virginia Genealogies. pp. 2467-2468


Baugh and Findley
Articles of Agreement made and entered into this 31 day July 1800 between James Baugh of the one part and William Findley of the other part both of the same county. Whereas James Baugh and Sarah his wife had in contemplation before marriage this not complied with that the estate he then was in possession of by the death of her late Elijah Newby shall in consideration of her the said Sarah relinquishing all rights and title to her dower in his the said James Baugh estate. He doth on his path confirm unto said William Findley in trust for the benefit of said Sarah and her children by Elijah Newby all and every part of the said Newby Estate. The faithful performance of which ____ myself, my heirs, executors and administrators as witness my hand and seal this day and date above mentioned.
James Baugh

Signed and acknowledge in presence of Eleazar Clay and Thomas Burfoot.

Chesterfield County September court this deed was proved by the _____ of the Eleazar Clay and Thomas Burfoot witness these two in order to be recorded.

Teste,
Thomas Watkins


John was in South Carolina by 1806 as the first child from his marriage to Elizabeth Taylor was born in Jan 1807.

James and Samuel left Chesterfield County 1812 or 1813 after the distribution of their father's estate and went to South Carolina. Samuel served in the War of 1812 in the South Carolina Militia from the Edgefield District. The three brothers left for Kentucky sometime in 1817. Van Allen Baugh, son of John and Elizabeth, was born in Tennessee in 1817. Samuel and John appear on the Logan County, KY tax list for 1818/1819 having signed in that order.