Notes for William (Guillieuame) Sallee: Notes for GUILLAUME (WILLIAM) SALLE: William Salle' was willed a "plantation", a little mulatto boy and twenty pounds sterling, or five thousand weight of tobacco (see the Will of Abraham Salle'). After the birth of Oliver in 1749, he moved west to what later became Buckingham County (the courthouse burned in 1869). We do have tax and tithable lists as records. On January 12, 1747, William patented 1200 acres on both sides of Joshua Creek, a branch of the Slate River, at that time, in Albemarle County. Three years later he sold practically all of his and his 2nd wife, Magdalen's holdings in King William Parish. At one time he seems to have owned 2050 acres, but by 1782 he had reduced his holdings to 700 acres. William was about 83 years old when he died. Magdalen seems to have died after 1800 (she may be on the tax list of Lincoln County, Kentucky ?). William Salle' of the Parish of St. Anns, in the county of Albemarle, in a whole series of deeds in May 1750, virtually stripped himself of realty in King William Parish (Cumberland County). In 1771, he advertised for sale, two tracts of land "on the branches of Slate River in the County of Buckingham", containing 950 acres and 400 acres "with all necessary houses for cropping and is convenient to Church, Mill and Courthouse". (Virginia Gazette) William was taxed in 1782 on 700 acres in Buckingham.
He was taxed one person in Buckingham annually through 1789, then the tax lists of 1790 records tax imposed on "Wm. Sallie Est." Magdelaine is listed through the year 1800, and still carried on the realty lists in 1803. The following are land entries found in Jillson's "Old Kentucky Deeds and Entries" 1782, 1783, 1785 - Abraham Sally , 4 deeds, amounted to 1,600 acres. The location was at the Watercourse of the Kentucky River, Howards upper Creek, none & Grey's Run. (page 143) 1780 - John Sally, 400 acres, Knob Lick Branch George Sally, 400 acres, Willson's Creek Phillip Sally, 400 acres, Willson's Creek William Sally, 400 acres, Knob Lick Creek Guillaume Salle' was born in 1705 in Manakintowne, Virginia. LDS Ancestral File 416F gives birth in 1720. He died on February 15 1789. The Douglas Register lists the births of his children. He was married to Marie Magdelaine Chastain in 1740 Elizabeth Givaudan - Married: about 1727- Virginia, Spouse: William (Guillaume) Sallee More About GUILLAUME (WILLIAM) SALLE: Misc: donated supplies for Rev War effort Children of ELIZABETH GEVAUDAN and GUILLAUME SALLE are: i. ELIZABETH3 SALLE, b. July 04, 1728, Manakintowne, VA; d. Abt. 1729, Manakintowne, VA. More About ELIZABETH SALLE: Source: Huguenot Emigration to Virginia page 81 ii. ELIZABETH SALLE, b. February 21, 1728/29, Manakintown, VA. iii. GUILLIAUME WILLIAM SALLE, JR, b. April 17, 1732; d. 1732. More About GUILLIAUME WILLIAM SALLE, JR: Source: Huguenot Emigration to Virginia page 87 5. iv. WILLIAM (GUILLAUME) SALLE, b. May 08, 1734, King Edward Parish, VA; d. Bet. 1816 - 1820, Washington County, KY. v. ISAAC SALLE, b. July 27, 1739, Manakintowne, VA; d. 1739, Manakintowne, VA.
More About William (Guillieuame) Sallee and Magdaline (Marie) Chastain: Marriage: 1740
Marriage Notes for William (Guillieuame) Sallee and Magdaline (Marie) Chastain: 2nd wife.
Children of William (Guillieuame) Sallee and Magdaline (Marie) Chastain are:
+Oliver Sallee, b. November 05, 1749, Goochland Co., Manakintown , Virginia, d. 1831, Somerset, Kentucky, Pulaski county.