From Peter Jones and Richard Jones Genealogies, by August B Fothergill, Old Dominion Press, Richmond, VA, 1924, p 26
"September 28, 1728 Abraham Jones of Prince George County was granted 235 acres of land lying on the lower side of Reedy Creek and North side of Nottoway River, adjoining Godfrey Ragsdale, Captain Peter Jones and Thomas Thrower.
From Godfrey Ragsdale by Carolina Skelton, p 18: Benjamin Ragsdale witnessed the will of his wife's brother, Abraham Jones, September 29, 1758
Amelia County, VA WB 1, Abraham Jones will, p 137a-139a
In his will in addition to individual gifts of land, Abraham equally divdes among his five sons, his right to a tract in the County of Dinwiddie on the Falls of Appomattox RIver which formerly was held by my brother Peter Jones, deceased, by him conveyed to William Pride, deceased, and now in possession of Halbert Pride Gates, by estimation 140 acres.
In his father's will Prince George Co, VA, WB 1713-1728, p 943, Peter Jones, Sr. Will
"a part of my land on the S side of Brickhouse Run, joining on my son in law Peter Jone's land, 70 or 80 acres