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Paul Chiles

Male Abt 1718 - 1767  (~ 49 years)


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  • Name Paul Chiles 
    Born Abt 1718  New Kent County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 19 Mar 1767  Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I7244  Our Back Rhodes Genealogy Pages
    Last Modified 20 May 2016 

    Father Henry Chiles, Jr.,   b. Between 1695 and 1700, St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Jun 1746, Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Mother Anne Harrelson,   d. Bef 1734, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F2786  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Anne Rowland,   d. Aft 21 May 1767 
    Married
    • U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
      about Paul Chiles
      Name: Paul Chiles
      Gender: Male
      Birth Place: VA
      Birth Year: 1718
      Spouse Name: Anne Rowland
      Number Pages: 1
      Source Citation: Source number: 35.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: VAU.

      Source Information:
      Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
      Original data: This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie.
    Children 
     1. Paul Chiles
     2. Elizabeth Chiles
     3. Henry Chiles
    +4. Frances Chiles,   b. Abt 1754, VA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1829-1830, KY Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 76 years)
    +5. Rowland Horsley Chiles,   b. Abt 1755, Prince Edward County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2014 
    Family ID F2411  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Extensive records for the Chiles Family of America by Janice Kinsler Smith found at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~janiceksmith/chiles/ index.html

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      Fifth Generation
      29. Paul CHILES was born about 1718. He died in 1761 in Halifax County, Virginia.2 He was buried in family cemetery behind home, Altavista, Campbell, Virginia.
      Patent #28, Lunenberg, 10 Jan 1748 William Gooch grants unto Paul Chiles 400 acres in Lunenburg "including some of the head Branches of Falling River.... Beginning at Henry Chiles's Corner."

      Deed Book #6, 1748-1755, Goochland County, 22 June 1750 "Paul Chiles and Anne his wife of the County of Albermarle to John Payne of the County of Goochland... 200 Acres in Goochland County on Little Byrd Creek."

      Halifax County Deed Book 1, 1752-1759, 17 July 1753: Paul Chiles of the Parish of Saint Andrew in the County of Albemarle grants to Valentine Allen of the Parish of Antrim of the County of Halifax 240 acres of land on the "South side of Stanton River opposite to the Mouth of Otter, which was Granted to Henry Chiles by Letters Patent bearing the date of Twelfth Day of January One thousand seven hundred and forty six AND ALSO that other Tract, piece or parcel of Land Scituate lying and being in the County of Halifax aforesaid on the South Side of Stanton River containing Fifty Acres adjoyning the Lines of the above mentioned Tract of Land. Which said Fifty Acres of Land was Granted to Susanna Chiles by Letters Patent bearing date the Tenth Day of January One thousand seven hundred and forty eight And the said Henry Chiles having departed this Life Intestate as well the said Tract of Two hundred and four as that of Fifty Acres of Land descended to the said Paul Chiles as Eldest Son and Heir at Law to the said Henry According to the known and reputed Sounds...."
      Land office Patent #31, 1751-1756, 10 Sep 1755: George the Second "in Consideration of the Sum of TEN SHILLINGS" grants to Paul Chiles 80 acres "being in the County of Albemarle on the Branches of Appamattox River." Robt Dinwiddie

      Halifax County Deed Book 1, 1752-1759, 30 Nov 1758: Paul Chiles of the County of Bedford to John Payne of the County of Goochland two tracts of parcels of land in the County of Halifax on the South side of The "Stanton River containing Two hundred and thirty four Acres. One hundred and four Acres part thereof Granted to Henry Chiles by Patent baring date the first Day of August One thousand seven hundred and forty five."
      Albemarle County Deed Book 2, 1758-1761, 24 June 1760: Paul Chiles of Halifax County deeds to Alexander Trent of Cumberland County "land on the branches of the Appamatux River."
      Patent # 34, 1756-1762, 10 Aug 1759: George the Second & c: to Paul Chiles 200 acres in the County of Lunenburgh of both Sides of the South fork of Mayo River.

      Land Office Patent #33, 1756-1761, 18 June 1760. "George the second... for divers good causes & Considerations but more especially for and in Consideration of the Sum of FIVE SHILLINGS of good & lawful Money for our use paid to our Receiver General of our Revenues in this our Colony and Dominion of Virginia. WE HAVE Granted and Confirmed by these Presents for us our Heirs and Successors DO Give Grant and Confirm unto Paul Chiles One certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing forty three Acres lying and being in the County of Bedford on the North side of Stanton River..." Fran Fauquier

      Bedford County Deed Book 1, 1754-1762, 25 Feb. 1760: John Johnson of Cumberland County grants to Paul Chiles of the County of Bedford 345 acres.

      Various deeds bearing the names of Paul and his wife Anne involve land in the following places: on the Appomattox and Holloday Rivers, Bedford County, Albemarle County, Halifax County, Parish of St. Ann in the county of Albemarle, and Pittsylvania County. (Eakin, Walter Chiles of Jamestown, p.23)

      There are four possible additional children who have not been proved as stated in Sevier Family History p.512-3. They are: Katherine married William Barker; Nancy married an unknown Meeks; Polly married Joseph Russell, Washington County, Virginia on 24 Nov 1810; and William.

      Halifax County Will Book O, 1753-1772
      2 Sep 1761, 19 Mar 1761:
      "I Paul Chiles of Halifax County ... ordain this my last Will and Testament... I lend my loving wife Anne Chiles all my Land where I now dwell during her life then after her deceas I give to my son Henry Chiles One hundred and forty Acres at the Uper End where I now live also One hundred and Eighty four Acres of Land Lying on Buttun Town Creek in Halifax County... to my son Paul Chiles four Hundred Acres on Land lying on the white Marsh in Bedford County and also Four hundred Acres of Land upon Frying Pan Creek in Halifax County... to my Son Rowland Chiles not yet Baptised the Remainder Part of the Land I now live on after my Wifes deceas also one hundred and ten Acres at the mouth of Buttun Town Creek also seventy Acres on Sycamore Creek in Halifax County... my daughter Elizabeth Chiles one Tract of Land Containing Seven hundred and Twenty Eight Acres lying on both sides of Smiths River in Halifax County... to my Daughter Frances Chiles two hundred Acres of Land lying on the Mayo River also four hundred Acres of Land Joining the same not Yet cleared out of the Office in Halifax County also one hundred and Thirty Acres on the other Fork of the Mayo and Four hundred Acres joyning it not yet cleared out of the office to be cleared with my Estate"

      Paul CHILES and Ann ROWLAND were married. Ann ROWLAND19 was also known as Ann Chiles.
      Albemarle County Wills and Deeds Book 1, 1748-1752, 27 Feb 1748/9: Ann grants to her son Paul land in Albemarle on both sides of the Attomatock River on both sides of Holladay River Containing two hundred and Sixty five acres "it was surveyed for Henry Chiles the first day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred and forty." Paul CHILES and Ann ROWLAND had the following children:

      67 i. Paul CHILES.

      68 ii. Frances CHILES.

      +69 iii. Henry CHILES.

      +70 iv. Rowland Horsley CHILES.

      +71 v. Elizabeth CHILES.

      Source:
      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~janiceksmith/chiles/ henry%20chiles/b38.htm#P38

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      "History of Halifax County, Virginia", page 282-283
      by Wirt Johnson Carrington, 1924

      02 September 1761
      Will of Paul Chiles

      To my son Henry, negroes and land on Bottom Town creek in Halifax county.

      To my son Paul Chiles, negroes and land in Bedford county and in Halifax county.

      To my son, Rowland Chiles (not yet baptized), land I now live on, and after my wife's decease, also 110 acres at mouth of Bottom Town creek, also 70 acres on Sycamore creek in Halifax county, and Negroes.

      To my daughter, Elizabeth Chiles, 728 acres on both sides of Smith's river in Halifax county, also Negroes.

      To my daughter, Frances Chiles, 200 acres on Mayo's river and 400 acres joining the same not yet cleared, out of the office in Halifax county; also 130 acres on the other fork of the mayo and 400 acres joining it not yet cleared; one of the offices to be cleared with my estate; also Negroes.

      All personal estate sold at public sale, giving six months credit.

      All debts paid from it, and all back lands not mentioned in the will to be sold and equally divided among the children.

      To my loving wife, Anne, 60 pounds to be at her disposal.

      Ann Chiles, my wife, executrix; John Chiles and Captain John Ward, executors.

      Paul (his-X---mark) Chiles

      Witnesses: William Cadwell, R. Robinson Hunt and William W. Glass.

      Source Information
      Ancestry.com. A history of Halifax County (Virginia) [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
      Original data: Carrington, Wirt Johnson. A history of Halifax County (Virginia). Richmond, Va.: Appeals Press, 1924.

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      Halifax County, Virginia
      Will Book 0
      1752-1773
      by Marian Dodson Chiarito

      page 29
      186 Paul Chiles Accounts Current
      Names: Pd. William Owens, Uriah Cameron, Paul Carrington bal. Buchanans Judt., Clemt. Reade by Bond, James Lyle, ditto, John Talbot ditto, David George, William Spurlock, Charles Spurlock, William Owen, Jr., Shadrack Turner, Jno. Denny, Edmd. Pendleton atto. fee vs Paine, Paul Carrington Sharpes Judt., Jos. Ashworth, Webs(to) Gilbert, Alexr. Caldwell, Hugh Challis, Wm. Dudley, Robert Routledge, Mrs. Chiles part of her portion, Acquilla Gilbert, Thomas Dillard, Jonathan Jennings, Moses Harris, Benja. Lank(for) Bumpass Judt., Clerk of Bedford, George Yates,
      Wm. Owen for laying 3 negro wenches, William Dudley, William McCoy atto. fee vs Thompson, Paul Carrington Boumans Judt., William Stamps, Benja. Lankford, Jer. Earley, Crocket for smiths work, John Ward, Cox for carriage of tobo., interest on Bond to Lyle from 14 April 1760 til 22 June 1764, David Walker, John Martin, George Yates, John Wood, Richare Lee, John Chiles, Ann Chiles, John Wood, John Ward.
      Total: 666.3.6
      By John Hanby for a negro sold him, balance of : 204.8.1 due the Exrs.
      Dated: 20 July 1764
      Signed: Tho. Dillard, Jr., Jno. Donelson
      Returned: 20 July 1764

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      Halifax County, Virginia
      Will Book 0
      1752-1773
      by Marian Dodson Chiarito

      page 37
      222 Paul Chiles
      Accounts Current
      Capt. John WArd, Exr.
      To 4510 lbs tobacco, negroes Matt, Lucy, Tom, Daniel & Essex, the hire of 3 negroes 2 years.
      By William Madlock his part of crop, Paul Chiles his attendance on the back Surveys 68 days, John Thompson, Exr., John Woodson, Mrs. Munfords fees, Thomas Duncan, Mr. Howard, Robt. Dolton for boarding & schooling two children, Mrs. Ann Chils her Bond, Expences going to Wms.burg, Joseph Whitehead, sail of negro Tom, Kendirck for services, Alex.r Gilbert, Henry Chiles, James Lyle for Bumpass, John Bryand.
      Dated: 21 May 1767
      Signed: Thomas Dillare, Jr., Ben Lankford
      Returned: 21 May 1767