Cumberland Co, VA, WB 1, 1746-1769, Pierre Louis Soblet's will, William received that tract of land on which his father was living at the time of his death.
September 22, 1755, DB 2, p 245, Cumberland Co, VA, William (Albermarle Co) sells the 133 acres he inherited in his fathers' will to Peter Soblet (King William Parish, Cumberland Co, VA) for 150 pounds being part of the last five thousand acres of land survyed for the French refugees
Charlotte Co, VA, DB 1, p 56, May 4, 1765, Mattox Mayes of Halifax Co to William Soblett of Charlotte Co, for 500 pounds, 220 acres on the north side of Turnip Creek.
Charlotte Co, VA, DB 1, p 387, August 3, 1767, Richard Adams of Charlotte Co to William Sublett of Cumberland Co, for 45 pounds, 178 acres in Charlotte on the branches of Louse Creek
Charlotte Co, VA, DB 2, p 284, William Sublett of Charlotte Co to Joseph Fuqua of same for 120 pounds, 230 acres in Charlotte on the north side of the Stanton Ri ver and on the east side of Turnip Creek. Dower relinquished by Susannah, wife of William Sublet. Recorded May 7, 1770
Charlotte CO, VA, DB 2, p 343, April 27, 1770, John East of Pittsylvania CO to William Sublett of Charlotte Co, for 125 pounds, 404 acres in Charlotte (according to patent)
Charlotte Co, VA, DB 3, p 375, Oct 11, 1773 from William Soblett of the Parish of Cornwall in Charlotte, to George Smith of Prince Edward Co, for 110 pounds, a certain tract of about 404 acres of land in Charlotte on the branches of Louse Cr, and bounded by Kennon, according to the bounds laid down in the patent. Signed - William Soblett, Wit - John White, William Price, Samuel White. Recorded Jan 3, 1774.
Charlotte Co, VA, will written March 13, 1780 and proved August 07, 1780, only names wife Susannah, after her death everything is to be sold and equally divided among the children not named.
From Icle Smith: Tax lists 1782 Charlotte Co. had one William, family of 6.
By the close of the war quite a number of the Subletts had migrated to Kentucky. P