George Goodloe (1637-1710), Middlesex County, Virginia

The location of Middlesex County, Virginia in Virginia's Tidewater Region


The following page is for George Goodloe:

Pioneer of Middlesex County, Virginia:



GEORGE GOODLOE. Son of THOMAS GOODLOE & ELIZABETH (UNKNOWN), born 1637 in Aspull, Wigan, Lancashire, England; christened 26 Apr 1637 in Aspull, Wigan Parish, Lancashire, England.


GEORGE GOODLOE arrives in Lancaster County, Virginia. (recorded in Lancaster County Deed Book #1 of 1656) Paul Miller Goodloe II, Goodloe Genealogy (Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, 1982).


Entered America in Middlesex County, Virginia on May 28, 1674 [WHB – Conflicts with 1655 entry]


GEORGE GOODLOE, 113 Acres Middlesex Co., adj Mr. Francis Weeks; Seager’s land, his own, and patent of Abraham Weeks (now Mr. Young’s land; 28 Oct 1702, page 499). Trans. of 3 persons; Thomas Chapman, Sarah Palmer, Edward Griffing. [Cavaliers and Pioneers]


In 1704 on the Quit Rent roll Frances Weeks is listed having 225 acres, widdow Weeks had 225 aceres both in Middlesex Co., VA. GEORGE GOODLOE (only one Goodloe listed) had 50 acres. William Montague had 500 acres, Marvill Moseley had 225 acres, Esq Wormley estate had 5200 acres, John Robinson 1500 acres all in Middlesex Co., VA


GEORGE GOODLOE died 7 Dec 1710 in Middlesex County,VA; buried 12 Dec 1710 in Middlesex County, VA.


[Will of George Goodloe, 1710, Middlesex Co., Va,]

In the name of God Amen I GEORGE GOODLOE of Middlesex County Senior being Sick and weak of body but of Sound and perfect Sense and Memory thankes be to Almighty God do make and Ordaine this my last will and Testament in Manner & form following (vizt.)

Impr. I resigne my Soul unto the hand of Almighty — who gave it in hopes of a Joyfull resurrection in and through the meritts of my Ever blessed Saviour Jesus Christ my body I recomend to ye Earth to be decently buryed in Christian buriale at ye discretion of my Executrix here in after Named and as to what wordly estate both reall and personall that it hath pleased Almighty God of his infinite Mercy to bestow upon me I give bequeath and dispose there of in Manner and forme following (that is to Say)

Item I lend all my estate both reale and personall unto my dear wife MARY GOODLOE for and during her Natureall life and after ye decease of my Said Dear wife I give and bequeath all my said estate to my three Children Henry Goodloe MARY CARTER and Anne Cranke to be Equally divided among them Share and Share alike to them and their respective heires forever

Item I give and bequeath unto my Grandchild John Crank a patent for Sixty Acres of Land my plantation whereon I now live being part thererof to have and to hold the Same to him and his heires forever according to patent

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Grandchild George Carter two Cows to be paid him out of my Sd. estate after the decease of my Said dear wife

Lastly I nominate Constitute and Appoint my Said Dear wife MARY GOODLOE whole and Sole Executrix of this my last will and Testament hereby revoaking Annulling & makeing Voyd all other wills and bequests by me at any time before made doe publish and declareth this to be my last will and Testament

In witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seale this 7th day of December Anno Dom 1710

Signed Sealed published & Signum declared in the presence GEORGE (X) GOODLOE (Seal) of us. John Owen 1710; Signum John (H) Hand; Signum Hanah (H) Owen

At a Court held for Midd’x County the 2d day of January Anno Dom 1710
This will this day proved in Court by the Oath of John Owen one of the witnesses to it which is hereby certified Test Wil Stanard ClCou
At a Court held for Midd’x County the 8th day of Febry

This will this day proved in Court by the Oath of John Hand and Hanah Owen & Admitted to record Test Wil Stanard ClCou Truly recorded Test R Hickinson DClCou




1703-1709 Middlesex Co Va Deed Book 3; Antient Press: (Page 210)
Virginia SS THE DEPOSITION of GEORGE GOODLOE aged Seventy years or thereabout being examined and sworn saith That he very well knew and was acquainted with Capt John Haselwood and that he married Frances the Daughter of Francis Cole deced by whom he had his Son George Haselwood which George married ANNE the Daughter of Richard Robinson deced by whom he had three children of which the only one now living (to wit) Anne now married to William Stanard in Virginia and this deponent further saith that ye said Anne Stanard is the only daughter and surviveing child of the said George Haselwood who was the oldest son and heir of the said Capt. John Haselwood formerly of London Mariner and this Deponent further saith that ye said John Haselwoods last Wife was the Widdow of John Carter Esqr, deced and further this deponent saith not
Sworn in Court held for Middx. County the 3d day of October 1709 and admitted to record

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