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The Christopher Pritchard land is less than two miles from the Potomac waterfront and his father, Thomas Pritchard, was married to Jane Muse who lived adjacent to the GW visitor center.
The original Muse farm is still operational and the entire surroundings are simply beautiful and untouched by much of civilization. Though he was often involved in lawsuits in Loudoun County, Virginia during his life, his name does not appear on the tax rolls during some of the war years.
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A pioneer born and bred, in he was charged with swearing a profane oath in the wilderness of Ohio and Yohogania Counties, where he may have gone west to speculate in real estate, if he was not serving in the Continental Army during this period. Before , Thomas farmed land near near Difficult Run. Later, he moved to Leesburg, Virginia, where the skilled carpenter and mason constructed several homes. He transferred most of his father's Fairfax grant to George Vandivere on May 11, , though he regained it in From the s to the s, Thomas continued to lose more lawsuits.
He was given a contract to repair the prison, but he seems not to have finished it properly. The court ordered him to pay the costs for guarding two women for felony. He earned 16 pounds and 2, pounds of tobacco after he completed the job in October In , he was threatened with a fifty pound fine, payable to King George III, if he would not "Peaceably and Orderly demean and behave himself toward all his said Majesty's Liege Subjects for one year.
His entire family but one married daughter headed west. By , Thomas was dead, leaving no will. William, VA. Old Rappahannock County, for instance, disappeared completely, absorbed by Richmond County in This strip of land did not join Westmoreland County until However, part of his land was always in Westmoreland County. Thus, even though the counties changed, Christopher remained on the same property. His grandson Christopher, father of Thomas Sr. Fairfax County was formed in from Prince William County. Loudoun County was formed in from Fairfax County.
Fauquier County was formed in from Prince William County. From until , Difficult Run was the boundary between Loudoun and Fairfax Counties, so it is not surprising that Cameron Parish, which served Leesburg, was located at the present-day boundary of Loudoun and Fairfax Counties just beyond the town of Herndon. At the time it served the Pritchard family births, deaths, baptisms, and marriages were recorded there regardless of a family's religious affiliation, in accordance with the Church of England laws , the parish church was but a mile or so from Dranesville Tavern, an important stop on Leesburg Pike, the present-day Route 7 which runs from Alexandria the Fairfax County seat from until to Leesburg.
Unfortunately, the Cameron Parish records have mysteriously disappeared. They are rumored to be in the possession of someone with connections to the Virginia Theological Seminary and it is hoped that they will one day be returned to the Virginia State Library in Richmond. Furthermore, the Cameron Parish property is now privately owned and visitors are not permitted on the premises. Thomas Pritchard Sr. Their oldest son, John, served in the Revolutionary War. It is possible that Thomas, too, was involved in the war, as he is missing from the tax rolls for some of that period.
He was a carpenter and mason and built several homes in Leesburg. He also made the railings for the Loudoun County Court House. In , he purchased one lot or half acre No.
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Thomas was to build a house of brick, stone or wood, 20 x 16x 9. Thomas Pritchard was married to Rachel Davis by March 7, At that time, his occupation was joiner skilled carpenter. The deed was probably given for a loan of money as Thomas and Rachel sell this same land in It is not known when Thomas Pritchard received this land the Lord Fairfax grant from his father.
The names of John Smarr and Richard Skinner are also on this list. Hopkins, Margaret Lail comp. Slaveholders and Slaves of Loudoun County, Virginia p. Did Thomas Pritchard, Sr. This question is raised by the existence of a State of Virginia list copied from original records by the Secretary of War, Aug. Thomas Pritchett also appears on a list in vol. Wood 23 pounds, 18 shillings, 2 pence on January 25, On the same page, , he received the sum of 13 pounds, 0 shillings, 6 pence on February 25, from Jos.
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Another item retrieved by Ethel Taylor is a small slip of paper that reads: This is to certify that the bearer, Thomas Pritchett, a gunner in the State Artillery, having served three years the time for which he stood engaged is hereby discharged form the Service of the United States given under my hand at Prince Edward Court House this 2d day of April - John Majarett, Major. Charles Duncan 2nd Battalion 57th Regt. VA, Class No. Class No. Class no. A notation was made that he removed to Carolina about two years ago; able to pay.
Was he visiting relatives or exploring the region? Thomas Pritchard was in and out of Loudoun County Court House many times, both as Plaintiff and Defendant, mostly for judgments involving money owed by another or by him. May to May , Virginia State Library, Richmond, Reel 73, is as follows: April 10, - Thomas Pritchard exhibits an account upon oath against his servant man John Bryan for eighteen pounds thirteen shillings and ten pence and twenty two days runaway time. September 8, , p. Thomas Pritchard Complied.
This land was sold to William Ellzey, Jr. A survey was made for Thomas Pritchard Jr. This land was westward from Fort Cumberland. Thomas Pritchard was assessed with military lots 96 and 97, valuation 22 pounds, 2 shillings, 8 d, and with personal property including 16 cattle pounds 3 shillings 4 d, he was one of eight living in what is now Garrett County who were assessed with silver plate. In , John Pritchard was assessed with a house and lot in the village of Selbyport and with a nearby military lot Nancy was his third wife, the other two having died.
In his household were one male and one female over 45 and two males and two females between Hannah was the step-daughter of Ann Nancy Pritchard. Thomas Pritchard Jr. William Pritchard is found living in District 1.