Westmoreland County Deeds & Wills 1716-1720
p. 27 -- Morrice Jolley gives for his mark of cattle and hoggs a cropp and a hole in the right ear and a cropp and a slitt in the left. Recorded 9 Nov. 1711.
Westmoreland County Orders 1716-1718
p. 301 Oct. 31, 1716 -- Upon the motion of Morriss Jolly, it is ordered his mark of cattle and hoggs be recorded.
Westmoreland Deeds and Will Book 6
p. 484 -- Inquisition taken at Ragged Point sands upon the body of a man to the coroner and jury unknown there lying dead, before Henry Lee, coroner, by Wm. Newton, Jno. Footman, Wm. Garnar, Wm. Garnar Junr., Jno. Bailey Junr., Wm. Lain, Thomas Allison, Wm. Veale, Thomas Watson, Thomas Jenkins, James Hambleton, Morriss Jollott, who say that he was drowned by accident. [NOTE: in the list of signatures, Morriss Jollott is spelled "Morrice Jollit"] 27 May 1719 Returned
Orange County Order Book 1
p. 93 July 20, 1736 -- May Bloodworth the wife of Joseph Bloodworth being first privately examined relinquished her right of Dower to the land conveyed by her said husband to William Jelliff by Deed of Lease & Release bearing date the 18th day of May 1736 which is ordered to be certified on the said Deeds.
Orange County Order Book 5:228
1750 -- On the motion of Thomas Jollett a witness for Thomas Houison Plaintiff against Henry Elly Defendant. It is ordered that the said Thomas Houison pay him one hundred & forty pounds of Tobacco for two days attendance and for coming thirty miles from Spotsylvania County & returning according to law.
Orange County Order Book 5:272
1750 -- On the motion of Thomas Jollett a witness for Thomas Houison Plaintiff against Henry Elly Defendent. It is ordered that the said Houison pay him forty-nine pounds of Tobacco for one days attendance & coming over eight miles from Culpeper County according to Law.
Culpeper County Land Alterations 1786
Alienated from Thomas Jolley to James Jolley 150 acres valued at 22.10.0. Quitrents deducted 0.3.9 leaving net tax 0.0.9.
Culpeper County Land Tax Returns
1788 -- James Jolley 150 acres, value 25.17.6. Taxed at 1 1/2 cent per. 0.6.6 3/4.
Orange County Minute Book 3:109
1791 -- John Warner & James Jollett -- Judgment for [some type of legal symbol] on the motion of the Plaintiff. It appearing to the Court that the Pl. had paid for the Def. as his security to Joseph Chapman 4.0.12 Judgment for the same.
Present ?? Burnley Gent.
Warner to pay Joseph Chapman 1 Days att. vs Jollett
Culpeper County Personal Property Tax Books
1782 -- Francis Jollett: 1 white titheable, 1 horse, 3 cattle [on list of Henry Field, Gentleman]
1784 -- James Jollett: 1 white titheable under age 21, 1 horse [on list of Elijah Kirtley]
1785 -- James Jolley: 1 white titheable over age 21, 1 horse, 2 cattle [on list of William Walker]
1787 -- Mary Jolly: 1 horse, 3 cattle, no titheables
Frances Jolly: 1 horse, 5 cattle, no titheables
1788 -- Mary Jolly: 1 white titheable over 16, 1 horse
Frances Jolly: 1 white titheable over 16, 1 horse
1789 -- Mary Jolley & James Jolley: 1 white titheable over 16, 1 horse
1790 -- James Jollett: 1 white titheable over 16
Mary Jollett: 1 horse
Orange County Road Orders
June 27, 1796, p. 386
Zachary Taylor appointed overseer of the road from the Old Muster Field run up to William Taylors & ord [ordered] that he with John Sampson, Elisha Shearman, James Jolly, Cuthbert Norman, Sanders Walker, Lewis Gordon Powell, Wm. Thompson, Benjamin Walker, Wm. B. Knight, Benjamin Powell, Wm. Lewis Powell, Thomas Walker, William Taylor & Wm. Eaton do clear the sd. precincts & keep the same in good repair according to law.
Orange County Personal Property
from 1801 - 1807, 1809 - 1811, 1813 - 1816, and 1819 - 1820, James Jollett claimed 1 white titheable and 1 horse. [NOTE: there were no records for 1808.]