The earliest Brock land patents in Virginia were (continued):

John 1637, William 1664, Joseph 1738; George, Sr., 1711; William Brock 1713;

1st cousins John Michael & Rudolph Brack/Brock ca 1740

Rudolph's son George 1749;

Rudolph's grandson Isaac Brock from VA in SC


JOSEPH BROCK (1668 England - 1742)


Second, on 12 Sep 1738 JOSEPH BROCK (possibly the son of JOSEPH mentioned in the will above) was granted by King George the Second 7,967 acres in the Parish of Saint George, Spotsylvania Co., VA.:


Joseph's son WILLIAM ORREL BROCK had a patent in Spotsylvania Co. in 1713.

On 15 Jun 1773, JOSEPH BROCK had a Patent for 150 acres adjoining Alexander Spotswood, his own, and John Harrison’s land.

Earliest Brocks in Virginia





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