VIRGINIA COURT RECORDS
PAVEY, Sarah and Walter are listed with no other information.
Webley Pavey, being Presented by the Grand Jury for being generally Suspected to live in Adultery with Sarah Yeats, It is therefore Ordered that the said Webley PAVEY enter into bond with good and sufficient Security in the Sume of L 50. Sterl for his dismissing the said Sarah Yeats from her dweling and Cohabitation with him in his house as alsoe for his restraining himself from reporting to or frequenting her company, and that the Sheriff take him into Custody and him safely keep untill he shall give such bond with Security as above said. Wheupon the said Webley PAVEY, appeard in Court and together with David Burrick his Security Acknowledged themselves Indebted to Our Sovereign Lord this King his heirs and successors in the Sume of Fifty pounds Sterling to be Leveyed of their Lands and Tenements, Goods and Chattels if the said Webley PAVEY, did not comply with and fulfill the purport and contents of the above order.”
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY RECORDS 1721-1800
WILL BOOK B
£500 Agnes PAVEY admx. of Adam PAVEY, decd., with Wm. McWilliams, Jr., and Roger Dixon, sec. Apr. 6, 1756.
£200 Est. of Adam PAVEY, decd., unadministered on by Agnes PAVEY, decd., Roger Dixon, admr., William Waller, sec. Feb. 8, 1758.
DEED BOOK E 1751-1761
Jany. 3, 1753. Fielding Lewis of Fredericksburg, Gent., and Betty, his wife, to Alexander Cruikshanks of the same town, carpenter. £30 curr. A lot of land adj. Fredksbg. John Moor, Ben. Johnson, Adm. PAVEY. June 5, 1753.
Sept. 14, 1753. Thomas Dowdall of Spts. Co. to Mary James of Fredericksburg, Innkeeper. £65 curr. Lot No. 18, in town of Fredericksburg. Joseph Steward, Charles Colson, Adam PAVEY. Octr. 2, 1753.
ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY
EARLY WILLS AND DEEDS
Nicholas Aldred to Philips PAVEY – assignment of land – acres not given in 1655