Ida McMath1

F, b. circa 1884
FatherGeorge W. McMath1 b. 19 Jul 1856, d. 11 Sep 1890
MotherMargaret D. Belote1 b. 6 Jul 1856, d. 6 Jul 1935
ChartsDescendants of William Andrews (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Henry Bagwell (Ancient Planter)
Descendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Nicholas Granger (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of William Jones (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Obedience Robins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Richard Smith (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited18 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1884Ida McMath was born circa 1884 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*30 August 1890Ida was named in her father's will on 30 August 1890 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will George W. McMath directed that whereas my three youngest children are not included in my $3000 life insurance policy, I hereby give to my three youngest daughters, Mammie Dunton, Pearl and Ida the baby the sum of $1000 each and direct my executor with the consent of my mother Kissia A. McMath and my wife Margaret D. McMath to have the farm where I reside at Onley Station laid out in streets and sold off in lots. I direct my executor to pay to building com. Of Church at Onley Station the sum of $100. Exec. Albert J. McMath. Proved 29 Sep 1890. John Grant and John W. Edmonds swore to the handwriting, there being no witness. Sureties Abel G. Kelly, George W. LeCato.1 

Citations

  1. [S839] Elizabeth Smith Comp, Accomack Co, VA, Wills, 1861-1901, p. 60 (will of George W. McMath).

Edward 'Ned' Tankard McMath Sr.1

M, b. 23 April 1925, d. 13 February 1997
FatherGeorge Wescott McMath2 b. 11 Sep 1896, d. 1 Jan 1985
MotherSophie Elizabeth 'Soph' Tankard2 b. 20 Nov 1898, d. 29 Jan 1989
ChartsDescendants of William Andrews (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Henry Bagwell (Ancient Planter)
Descendants of William Custis (Ravenswood, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Nicholas Granger (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Harmanson (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Richard Hill (Gentleman, Hunting Creek)
Descendants of William Jones (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of John Major (Nandua Creek)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Richard Smith (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of John Tankard (Gentleman, Esquire, Marionville)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited30 Jan 2017
Birth*23 April 1925Edward 'Ned' Tankard McMath Sr. was born on 23 April 1925 at Onley, Accomack Co, VA.2 
Death*13 February 1997He died on 13 February 1997 at St. Augustine, St. John's Co, FL, at age 71.2 

Citations

  1. [S2708] Great-great-grandchild of E.G. Tankard & A.D. Nottingham, Descendants of Edward Garrison Tankard and Annie Dunton Nottingham.
  2. [S2686] Henry Barraud Hunt Jr., William Tankard, Gentlemen, Jamestown 1607, Ancestors & Descendants, p. 138.

William 'Bill' Clore Fray Sr.1

M, b. 28 May 1906, d. 27 November 1989
FatherHampton Fray2 b. c 1880
MotherEmma Clore2 b. c 1880
ChartsDescendants of William Andrews (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Harmanson (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Richard Hill (Gentleman, Hunting Creek)
Descendants of William Jones (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of John Major (Nandua Creek)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of John Tankard (Gentleman, Esquire, Marionville)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited30 Jan 2017
Birth*28 May 1906William 'Bill' Clore Fray Sr. was born on 28 May 1906 at Madison Co, VA.3 
Marriage*27 December 1934He married Anne 'Roonie' Nottingham Tankard, daughter of Edward 'Ned' Garrison Tankard and Anna 'Annie' Dunton Nottingham, on 27 December 1934 at Madison Co, VA.3 
Death*27 November 1989William 'Bill' Clore Fray Sr. died on 27 November 1989 at Northampton Co, VA, at age 83.2 

Family

Anne 'Roonie' Nottingham Tankard b. 27 Apr 1908, d. 26 Mar 1968

Citations

  1. [S2708] Great-great-grandchild of E.G. Tankard & A.D. Nottingham, Descendants of Edward Garrison Tankard and Annie Dunton Nottingham.
  2. [S2686] Henry Barraud Hunt Jr., William Tankard, Gentlemen, Jamestown 1607, Ancestors & Descendants, p. 138.
  3. [S2590] Austin D. Kilham and Fannie M. Clark, Badger and Tankard Families of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, p. 177.

Hampton Fray1

M, b. circa 1880
Last Edited18 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1880Hampton Fray was born circa 1880.1 
Marriage*circa 1905He married Emma Clore circa 1905.1 

Family

Emma Clore b. c 1880
Child 1.William 'Bill' Clore Fray Sr.+1 b. 28 May 1906, d. 27 Nov 1989

Citations

  1. [S2686] Henry Barraud Hunt Jr., William Tankard, Gentlemen, Jamestown 1607, Ancestors & Descendants, p. 138.

Emma Clore1

F, b. circa 1880
Last Edited18 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1880Emma Clore was born circa 1880.1 
Marriage*circa 1905She married Hampton Fray circa 1905.1 
Married Namecirca 1905 As of circa 1905,her married name was Fray. 

Family

Hampton Fray b. c 1880
Child 1.William 'Bill' Clore Fray Sr.+1 b. 28 May 1906, d. 27 Nov 1989

Citations

  1. [S2686] Henry Barraud Hunt Jr., William Tankard, Gentlemen, Jamestown 1607, Ancestors & Descendants, p. 138.

J. Fred Harlan1,2

M, b. circa 1900
Last Edited18 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1900J. Fred Harlan was born circa 1900.1 
Marriage*circa 1925He married Myrtle Clarke circa 1925.1 

Family

Myrtle Clarke b. c 1900

Citations

  1. [S2686] Henry Barraud Hunt Jr., William Tankard, Gentlemen, Jamestown 1607, Ancestors & Descendants, p. 163.
  2. [S2590] Austin D. Kilham and Fannie M. Clark, Badger and Tankard Families of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, p. 201.

Myrtle Clarke1

F, b. circa 1900
Last Edited18 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1900Myrtle Clarke was born circa 1900.1 
Marriage*circa 1925She married J. Fred Harlan circa 1925.1 
Married Namecirca 1925 As of circa 1925,her married name was Harlan. 

Family

J. Fred Harlan b. c 1900

Citations

  1. [S2686] Henry Barraud Hunt Jr., William Tankard, Gentlemen, Jamestown 1607, Ancestors & Descendants, p. 163.

James Davis1

M, b. circa 1640
Last Edited30 Jun 2017
Birth*circa 1640James Davis was born circa 1640.1 
Marriage Bann*26 April 1668Marriage banns for James Davis and Ann (wid of John Marcum) (-----) were published on 26 April 1668 at Somerset Co, MD; They were shown as James Davis and Ann Marckum.1 

Citations

  1. [S224] Clayton Torrence, Old Somerset on The Eastern Shore of Maryland, p. 400 (records of Marriage Banns published in Somerset County Court Minutes).

(-----) (-----)

F, b. circa 1630
Last Edited20 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1630(-----) (-----) was born circa 1630. 
Marriage*circa 1650She married John Marcum Sr. (Marcomb) circa 1650. 
Married Namecirca 1650 As of circa 1650,her married name was Marcum. 

Family

John Marcum Sr. (Marcomb) b. c 1630, d. b 3 Jul 1667
Child 1.John Marcum Jr. (Marcomb) b. c 1652

John Marcum Jr. (Marcomb)

M, b. circa 1652
FatherJohn Marcum Sr. (Marcomb) b. c 1630, d. b 3 Jul 1667
Mother(-----) (-----) b. c 1630
Last Edited9 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1652John Marcum Jr. (Marcomb) was born circa 1652. 
Immigrated*1662He immigrated in 1662 to Annemessex, Somerset Co, MD. John Marcum (also Marcam), who was in Northampton County, VA in 1661/62, came, with his son John Marcum Jr. to the Annemessex settlement in 1662. (NOTE: There was no mention of a wife Ann.)1 
Land cert named in*12 August 1662He was named in a certificate for land on 12 August 1662 at Somerset Co, MD. It was on this date that Jno. Marcam was granted 50 acres for himself and 50 acres for his son Jno. Jr.2 
Lived*circa 1663He lived circa 1663 at Annemessex, Somerset Co, MD. John Marcam (Marcum) and his son, John Marcam, Junior were among those living in this section.1 
Court - namd in suit*1674He was named in a lawsuit in 1674 at Somerset Co, MD. John Markum deft: Wm: Tompson pro deft: Sommersett Ss John Marcum was attached to answer the Suite of Phillip Risdon in an accon of Trespas upon the Case And the said Phillip by his Attorney Henry Smith saith That the said John is indebted unto the said Phillip the summe of one hundred & five pounds of Tobacco as pr his Accot: here in Cort: produced more plainly will appeare, but the said John fraudulently intending refuseth to pay the Aforesaid summe of one hundred and five pounds of tobacco and Caske allthough thereunto hath severall times bin demanded whereby the said Phillip is Damnified and hath Dammadge to the vallue of three hundred pounds of Tobacco and Caske & thereupon brings his suite; pro qued Henry Smith, John Markum Debt to Phillip Risdon. 3 deare Skins -- 90, fixeing one gun Lock -- 15, 105, errors except Phillip Risdon.3 

Citations

  1. [S224] Clayton Torrence, Old Somerset on The Eastern Shore of Maryland, p. 452.
  2. [S224] Clayton Torrence, Old Somerset on The Eastern Shore of Maryland, p. 474.
  3. [S2522] Bill & Peter Kelly, to M.K. Mies.

William Slaughter1

M, b. circa 1700, d. before 1 February 1736/37
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1700William Slaughter was born circa 1700.1 
Marriage*circa 1725He married Abigail (-----) circa 1725.1 
Court - named in ord*5 July 1727William Slaughter was named in a court order on 5 July 1727 at Accomack Co, VA. Upon the petition of Joseph Lacey, it was ordered that Willm. Slaughter appear at the next court and that he bring orphan Patience Lacey with him.2 
Est Settm't Named In*5 July 1727He was named in an estate settlement on 5 July 1727 at Accomack Co, VA. Edward Revell had brought attachment against the estate of John Parker; the sheriff reported he had attached what was in the hands of Maj. Edmd. Scarburgh, Morris Shepheard, Owen Colony, John Fisher, John Polson, and William Slaughter. Scarburgh swore he owed Capt. John Parks £15:16:11 to be paid in tobacco (at 25 shillings per 100 lb) in the fall. Ordered that Fisher and Polson be taken into custody till giving security to appear at the next court.3 
Court - named in ord1 August 1727He was named in a court order on 1 August 1727 at Accomack Co, VA. The petition of Joseph Lazey against Wm. Slaughter was dismissed.4 
Death*before 1 February 1736/37He died before 1 February 1736/37 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of William Slaughter was granted to Abigal Slaughter, there were no securities. Abigal Slaughter (widow of Willm. Slaughter), who swore that her husband died without making a will, was granted administration of the estate.1,5 
Est inv & app orderd*1 February 1736/37He's inventory and appraisal was ordered on 1 February 1736/37 at Accomack Co, VA. Willm. Bagg, John Parker, Sacker Parker and John Baily, or any three of them, were ordered to inventory and appraise the estate of Willm. Slaughter (deceased).6 

Family

Abigail (-----) b. c 1700
Marriage*circa 1725He married Abigail (-----) circa 1725.1 
Children 1.Thomas (of Wm) Slaughter7 b. 10 Jun 1729, d. b 28 Feb 1758
 2.Zorobabel (of Wm) Slaughter8 b. 1732

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 111 (adm of William Slaughter to Abigal Slaughter).
  2. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 160 (5 July 1727 Court).
  3. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 159 (5 July 1727 Court).
  4. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 162 (1 Aug 1727 Court).
  5. [S973] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1731-1736, Volume 16, p. 355 (1 Feb 1736/37 Court).
  6. [S973] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1731-1736, Volume 16, p. 356 (1 Feb 1736/37 Court).
  7. [S978] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1737-1744, Volume 17, p. 39 (2 May 1738 Court).
  8. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 17 (29 Jan 1744/45 Court).

Abigail (-----)1

F, b. circa 1700
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1700Abigail (-----) was born circa 1700.1 
Marriage*circa 1725She married William Slaughter circa 1725.1 
Married Namecirca 1725 As of circa 1725,her married name was Slaughter. 
Administrator*1 February 1736/37Abigail was named as administrator of an estate on 1 February 1736/37 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of William Slaughter was granted to Abigal Slaughter, there were no securities. Abigal Slaughter (widow of Willm. Slaughter), who swore that her husband died without making a will, was granted administration of the estate.1,2 

Family

William Slaughter b. c 1700, d. b 1 Feb 1736/37
Children 1.Thomas (of Wm) Slaughter3 b. 10 Jun 1729, d. b 28 Feb 1758
 2.Zorobabel (of Wm) Slaughter4 b. 1732

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 111 (adm of William Slaughter to Abigal Slaughter).
  2. [S973] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1731-1736, Volume 16, p. 355 (1 Feb 1736/37 Court).
  3. [S978] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1737-1744, Volume 17, p. 39 (2 May 1738 Court).
  4. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 17 (29 Jan 1744/45 Court).

Thomas (of Wm) Slaughter1

M, b. 10 June 1729, d. before 28 February 1758
FatherWilliam Slaughter1 b. c 1700, d. b 1 Feb 1736/37
MotherAbigail (-----)1 b. c 1700
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*10 June 1729Thomas (of Wm) Slaughter was born on 10 June 1729 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Bound Out*2 May 1738He was bound out on 2 May 1738 at Accomack Co, VA. Thomas Slaughter (orphan of William Slaughter), aged 9 years next 10 June, was bound till lawful age to William Barns to learn the trade of bricklayer.1 
Will - Witnessed11 April 1749Thomas witnessed a will on 11 April 1749 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that John Doe, Mary Cortney & Thomas Slatter witnessed the will of Tabitha Carrothers.2 
Court - named in ord28 February 1749/50He was named in a court order on 28 February 1749/50 at Accomack Co, VA. Ordered that the sheriff take Thomas Slaughter and Littleton Chandler into custody and bring them to court for circulating false money.3 
Court - named in ord28 March 1750He was named in a court order on 28 March 1750 at Accomack Co, VA. The information against Thomas Slaughter for circulating false money was dismissed.4 
Death*before 28 February 1758He died before 28 February 1758 at Accomack Co, VA. The will of Tabitha Carruthers (decd) was proved by witness John Doe, who swore he saw deceased witnesses Mary Courtney and Thomas Slatter sign as well. The named executors being dead, Ezekiel Young and Thomas Riley (security: John Snead and Clement Parker) were sworn as administrators. Appraisers/dividers of the estate: Spencer Drumond, Smith Snead, George Melson and John Abbott Bundick (or any three).5 

Citations

  1. [S978] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1737-1744, Volume 17, p. 39 (2 May 1738 Court).
  2. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 191 (will of Thabitha Carrothers).
  3. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 282 (28 Feb 1749/50 Court).
  4. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 288 (28 Mar 1750 Court).
  5. [S2224] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1753-1763, Volume 19, p. 200 (28 Feb 1758 Court).

Alexander Slaughter1

M, b. circa 1710
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1710Alexander Slaughter was born circa 1710 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Court - namd in suit*6 March 1738/39He was named in a lawsuit on 6 March 1738/39 at Accomack Co, VA. Sarum Kellam sued Alexander Slaughter, who failed to appear, though legally summoned. Ordered that he pay Kellam £2:10:09 in corn at the rate of 20 pence per bushel plus costs.1 
Court - named in ord*29 December 1744He was named in a court order on 29 December 1744 at Accomack Co, VA. He was shown as Alexander Slaughter who was to pay the county 6 lbs tobacco for 3 squirrel heads not turned in.2 
Witness paid to be*27 July 1748Alexander was paid for being a witness on 27 July 1748. Otto William Wiese, who sued Robert Todd, was awarded £18:08:06 plus court costs because the defendant had not performed his promise. Wiese's witnesses were John Smith and Alexander Slaughter (eight days each) and Joseph Feddiman (ten days).3 

Citations

  1. [S978] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1737-1744, Volume 17, p. 93 (6 March 1738/39 Court).
  2. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 14 (20 Dec 1744 Court).
  3. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 206 (27 July 1748 Court).

Joseph Lacey1

M, b. circa 1700
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1700Joseph Lacey was born circa 1700.1 
Court - named in ord*5 July 1727He was named in a court order on 5 July 1727 at Accomack Co, VA. Upon the petition of Joseph Lacey, it was ordered that Willm. Slaughter appear at the next court and that he bring orphan Patience Lacey with him.1 
Court - named in ord1 August 1727He was named in a court order on 1 August 1727 at Accomack Co, VA. The petition of Joseph Lazey against Wm. Slaughter was dismissed.2 

Citations

  1. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 160 (5 July 1727 Court).
  2. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 162 (1 Aug 1727 Court).

Patience Lacey1

F, b. circa 1715
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1715Patience Lacey was born circa 1715 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Court - named in ord*5 July 1727She was named in a court order on 5 July 1727 at Accomack Co, VA. Upon the petition of Joseph Lacey, it was ordered that Willm. Slaughter appear at the next court and that he bring orphan Patience Lacey with him.1 

Citations

  1. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 160 (5 July 1727 Court).

Owen Slaughter1

M, b. circa 1700
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1700Owen Slaughter was born circa 1700.1 
Pow of Atty named in*2 February 1730/31He was named in a power of attorney on 2 February 1730/31 at Accomack Co, VA. A power of attorney from Nicholl Buntine to Adam Muir was proved by the oaths of Isaac Smith and Owen Slaughter.2 

Citations

  1. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 162 (1 Aug 1727 Court).
  2. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 364 (2 Feb 1730/31 Court).

John Slaughter1

M, b. circa 1710
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1710John Slaughter was born circa 1710 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Witness paid to be*8 February 1733/34John was paid for being a witness on 8 February 1733/34 at Accomack Co, VA. James Lewis, Thomas Window, William Niblett and John Slaughter each attended four days as evidence against Henry Reed and his wife Ann (defendants) for Charles Parker, who was ordered to pay them according to law. [Signed] Henry Bagwell.2 

Citations

  1. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 364 (2 Feb 1730/31 Court).
  2. [S973] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1731-1736, Volume 16, p. 198 (8 Feb 1733/34 Court).

Zorobabel (of Wm) Slaughter1

M, b. 1732
FatherWilliam Slaughter1 b. c 1700, d. b 1 Feb 1736/37
MotherAbigail (-----)1 b. c 1700
Last Edited23 Dec 2016
Birth*1732Zorobabel (of Wm) Slaughter was born in 1732 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Bound Out*27 January 1744/45He was bound out on 27 January 1744/45 at Accomack Co, VA. Zerrobabel Slaughter (13-year-old orphan of William Slaughter) was bound to Rhuben Shield till lawful age to learn the trade of bricklayer.1 
Court - named in ord*31 January 1749/50He was named in a court order on 31 January 1749/50 at Accomack Co, VA. Reuben Shield was cited to next court to show why he did not take care of Zorobabel Slaughter, an orphan bound to him.2 

Citations

  1. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 17 (29 Jan 1744/45 Court).
  2. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 275 (31 Jan 1749/50 Court).

Mary Milby1

F, b. circa 1715
Last Edited2 May 2019
Birth*circa 1715Mary Milby was born circa 1715.2 
Married Namecirca 1735 As of circa 1735,her married name was Atkinson. 
Marriage*circa 1735She married Samuel (of James II) Atkinson, son of James Atkinson II and Patience 'Pation' Haggoman, circa 1735.3 

Family

Samuel (of James II) Atkinson b. c 1710, d. b 4 Jun 1767
Children 1.Mary (of Samuel) Atkinson+3 b. c 1735, d. b 12 Apr 1767
 2.Milby (of Samuel) Atkinson2 b. c 1737
 3.Tabitha 'Taby' (of Samuel) Atkinson3 b. 3 Sep 1741
 4.Naomi (of Samuel) Atkinson2 b. 13 Apr 1747
 5.Levi (of Samuel) Atkinson2 b. 9 Apr 1750
 6.Nancy (of Samuel) Atkinson2 b. 9 Oct 1753
 7.William (of Samuel) Atkinson2 b. 12 Jun 1756

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 14 (James Atkinson Family).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14, 1767-1772, p. 4 (will of Samuel Atkinson, wife Sarah).
  3. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

William (of Samuel) Atkinson1

M, b. 12 June 1756
FatherSamuel (of James II) Atkinson1 b. c 1710, d. b 4 Jun 1767
MotherMary Milby1 b. c 1715
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*12 June 1756William (of Samuel) Atkinson was born on 12 June 1756 at Worcester Co, MD.2 
Will - Father's*12 April 1767William was named in his father's will on 12 April 1767 at Worcester Co, MD. In is will Samuel Atkinson named his wife Sarah Extr and gave her the use of land and plantaion will all livestock and farming implements for the term of 5 years, plus £400 in bonds or out of the estate. To son William dwelling plantation where I now live, being 2 trac ts called Atkinson's Choice and Atkinson's Outlett containing 375 acres, and £15 at age 16; if William should die without issue said lands to go to male heirs of my daughter Nancy. To son Levi all land and houses in Snow Hill, plus £200 in bonds and cash. To son Milby (Extr), £15 to be paid and applied to discharge debt due the estate of Nehemiah King to whom I became bound as security for Will Tull, plus £5 to purchase clothing for my daughter Tabby Tull and £50 in cash and bonds. To grandson Samuel Otten £20 in cash or bond to be used for his education, plus personal property in the hands of Will Tull. To daughter Naomi Atkinson, £100 and personalty. To 4 children Levi, Naomi, William and Nancy, remainder of stock equally divided. Witt: Sally Hayward, George Hayward & John Davis. The Maryland Calendar of Wills abstract shows that Samuel Atkinson, Gentleman, named children: William, Nancy, Levi, Milley (son), and Naomi Atkinson, Tabby Tull, and grandson Samuel Outen. Tracts: Atkinson's Choice. Extrs: Wife Sarah and son Milley Atkinson. Witt: Sally and George Hayward & John Davis.1 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14, 1767-1772, p. 4 (will of Samuel Atkinson, wife Sarah).
  2. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

Nancy (of Samuel) Atkinson1

F, b. 9 October 1753
FatherSamuel (of James II) Atkinson1 b. c 1710, d. b 4 Jun 1767
MotherMary Milby1 b. c 1715
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*9 October 1753Nancy (of Samuel) Atkinson was born on 9 October 1753 at Worcester Co, MD.2 
Will - Father's*12 April 1767Nancy was named in her father's will on 12 April 1767 at Worcester Co, MD. In is will Samuel Atkinson named his wife Sarah Extr and gave her the use of land and plantaion will all livestock and farming implements for the term of 5 years, plus £400 in bonds or out of the estate. To son William dwelling plantation where I now live, being 2 trac ts called Atkinson's Choice and Atkinson's Outlett containing 375 acres, and £15 at age 16; if William should die without issue said lands to go to male heirs of my daughter Nancy. To son Levi all land and houses in Snow Hill, plus £200 in bonds and cash. To son Milby (Extr), £15 to be paid and applied to discharge debt due the estate of Nehemiah King to whom I became bound as security for Will Tull, plus £5 to purchase clothing for my daughter Tabby Tull and £50 in cash and bonds. To grandson Samuel Otten £20 in cash or bond to be used for his education, plus personal property in the hands of Will Tull. To daughter Naomi Atkinson, £100 and personalty. To 4 children Levi, Naomi, William and Nancy, remainder of stock equally divided. Witt: Sally Hayward, George Hayward & John Davis. The Maryland Calendar of Wills abstract shows that Samuel Atkinson, Gentleman, named children: William, Nancy, Levi, Milley (son), and Naomi Atkinson, Tabby Tull, and grandson Samuel Outen. Tracts: Atkinson's Choice. Extrs: Wife Sarah and son Milley Atkinson. Witt: Sally and George Hayward & John Davis.2 
Marriage*circa 1775She married Philip Marsh circa 1775.2 
Married Namecirca 1775 As of circa 1775,her married name was Marsh. 

Family

Philip Marsh b. c 1750

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14, 1767-1772, p. 4 (will of Samuel Atkinson, wife Sarah).
  2. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

Levi (of Samuel) Atkinson1

M, b. 9 April 1750
FatherSamuel (of James II) Atkinson1 b. c 1710, d. b 4 Jun 1767
MotherMary Milby1 b. c 1715
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*9 April 1750Levi (of Samuel) Atkinson was born on 9 April 1750 at Worcester Co, MD.2 
Will - Father's*12 April 1767Levi was named in his father's will on 12 April 1767 at Worcester Co, MD. In is will Samuel Atkinson named his wife Sarah Extr and gave her the use of land and plantaion will all livestock and farming implements for the term of 5 years, plus £400 in bonds or out of the estate. To son William dwelling plantation where I now live, being 2 trac ts called Atkinson's Choice and Atkinson's Outlett containing 375 acres, and £15 at age 16; if William should die without issue said lands to go to male heirs of my daughter Nancy. To son Levi all land and houses in Snow Hill, plus £200 in bonds and cash. To son Milby (Extr), £15 to be paid and applied to discharge debt due the estate of Nehemiah King to whom I became bound as security for Will Tull, plus £5 to purchase clothing for my daughter Tabby Tull and £50 in cash and bonds. To grandson Samuel Otten £20 in cash or bond to be used for his education, plus personal property in the hands of Will Tull. To daughter Naomi Atkinson, £100 and personalty. To 4 children Levi, Naomi, William and Nancy, remainder of stock equally divided. Witt: Sally Hayward, George Hayward & John Davis. The Maryland Calendar of Wills abstract shows that Samuel Atkinson, Gentleman, named children: William, Nancy, Levi, Milley (son), and Naomi Atkinson, Tabby Tull, and grandson Samuel Outen. Tracts: Atkinson's Choice. Extrs: Wife Sarah and son Milley Atkinson. Witt: Sally and George Hayward & John Davis.2 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14, 1767-1772, p. 4 (will of Samuel Atkinson, wife Sarah).
  2. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

Milby (of Samuel) Atkinson1

M, b. circa 1737
FatherSamuel (of James II) Atkinson1 b. c 1710, d. b 4 Jun 1767
MotherMary Milby1 b. c 1715
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1737Milby (of Samuel) Atkinson was born circa 1737 at Worcester Co, MD.2 
Will - Father's*12 April 1767Milby was named in his father's will on 12 April 1767 at Worcester Co, MD. In is will Samuel Atkinson named his wife Sarah Extr and gave her the use of land and plantaion will all livestock and farming implements for the term of 5 years, plus £400 in bonds or out of the estate. To son William dwelling plantation where I now live, being 2 trac ts called Atkinson's Choice and Atkinson's Outlett containing 375 acres, and £15 at age 16; if William should die without issue said lands to go to male heirs of my daughter Nancy. To son Levi all land and houses in Snow Hill, plus £200 in bonds and cash. To son Milby (Extr), £15 to be paid and applied to discharge debt due the estate of Nehemiah King to whom I became bound as security for Will Tull, plus £5 to purchase clothing for my daughter Tabby Tull and £50 in cash and bonds. To grandson Samuel Otten £20 in cash or bond to be used for his education, plus personal property in the hands of Will Tull. To daughter Naomi Atkinson, £100 and personalty. To 4 children Levi, Naomi, William and Nancy, remainder of stock equally divided. Witt: Sally Hayward, George Hayward & John Davis. The Maryland Calendar of Wills abstract shows that Samuel Atkinson, Gentleman, named children: William, Nancy, Levi, Milley (son), and Naomi Atkinson, Tabby Tull, and grandson Samuel Outen. Tracts: Atkinson's Choice. Extrs: Wife Sarah and son Milley Atkinson. Witt: Sally and George Hayward & John Davis.2 
Est Settm't Father's*18 May 1770He was named in the settlement of his father's estate on 18 May 1770 at Worcester Co, MD. The estate of Samuel Atkinson dec'd was appraised at £2,027:0:01 and was administered by Milby Atkinson (Extr) and mentioned William Tull, son-in-law of the dec'd. On 5 Sep 1770 the estate was administered by Milby Atkinson, William Drummond and Sarah Drummond (wife of said William) and mentioned distribution made to widow and 5 children, who were not named.2 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14, 1767-1772, p. 4 (will of Samuel Atkinson, wife Sarah).
  2. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

Naomi (of Samuel) Atkinson1

F, b. 13 April 1747
FatherSamuel (of James II) Atkinson1 b. c 1710, d. b 4 Jun 1767
MotherMary Milby1 b. c 1715
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*13 April 1747Naomi (of Samuel) Atkinson was born on 13 April 1747 at Worcester Co, MD.2 
Will - Father's*12 April 1767Naomi was named in her father's will on 12 April 1767 at Worcester Co, MD. In is will Samuel Atkinson named his wife Sarah Extr and gave her the use of land and plantaion will all livestock and farming implements for the term of 5 years, plus £400 in bonds or out of the estate. To son William dwelling plantation where I now live, being 2 trac ts called Atkinson's Choice and Atkinson's Outlett containing 375 acres, and £15 at age 16; if William should die without issue said lands to go to male heirs of my daughter Nancy. To son Levi all land and houses in Snow Hill, plus £200 in bonds and cash. To son Milby (Extr), £15 to be paid and applied to discharge debt due the estate of Nehemiah King to whom I became bound as security for Will Tull, plus £5 to purchase clothing for my daughter Tabby Tull and £50 in cash and bonds. To grandson Samuel Otten £20 in cash or bond to be used for his education, plus personal property in the hands of Will Tull. To daughter Naomi Atkinson, £100 and personalty. To 4 children Levi, Naomi, William and Nancy, remainder of stock equally divided. Witt: Sally Hayward, George Hayward & John Davis. The Maryland Calendar of Wills abstract shows that Samuel Atkinson, Gentleman, named children: William, Nancy, Levi, Milley (son), and Naomi Atkinson, Tabby Tull, and grandson Samuel Outen. Tracts: Atkinson's Choice. Extrs: Wife Sarah and son Milley Atkinson. Witt: Sally and George Hayward & John Davis.2 
Marriage*circa 1770She married Ebenezer Campbell, son of Ebenezer Campbell and Naomi Atkinson, circa 1770.2 
Married Namecirca 1770 As of circa 1770,her married name was Campbell. 

Family

Ebenezer Campbell b. c 1752

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14, 1767-1772, p. 4 (will of Samuel Atkinson, wife Sarah).
  2. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

Mary (of Samuel) Atkinson1

F, b. circa 1735, d. before 12 April 1767
FatherSamuel (of James II) Atkinson1 b. c 1710, d. b 4 Jun 1767
MotherMary Milby1 b. c 1715
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1735Mary (of Samuel) Atkinson was born circa 1735 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*circa 1755She married (-----) Outten circa 1755.1 
Married Namecirca 1755 As of circa 1755,her married name was Outten. 
Death*before 12 April 1767Mary (of Samuel) Atkinson died before 12 April 1767 at Worcester Co, MD. She was evidently dec'd by this date as her father Samuel Atkinson named a grandson Samuel Outten instead of her.1 

Family

(-----) Outten b. c 1725
Child 1.Samuel Outten1 b. c 1760

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

(-----) Outten1

M, b. circa 1725
Last Edited24 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1725(-----) Outten was born circa 1725 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*circa 1755He married Mary (of Samuel) Atkinson, daughter of Samuel (of James II) Atkinson and Mary Milby, circa 1755.1 

Family

Mary (of Samuel) Atkinson b. c 1735, d. b 12 Apr 1767
Child 1.Samuel Outten1 b. c 1760

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

Samuel Outten1

M, b. circa 1760
Father(-----) Outten1 b. c 1725
MotherMary (of Samuel) Atkinson1 b. c 1735, d. b 12 Apr 1767
Last Edited24 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1760Samuel Outten was born circa 1760 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Grfath's*12 April 1767Samuel was named in his grandfather's will on 12 April 1767 at Worcester Co, MD. In is will Samuel Atkinson named his wife Sarah Extr and gave her the use of land and plantaion will all livestock and farming implements for the term of 5 years, plus £400 in bonds or out of the estate. To son William dwelling plantation where I now live, being 2 trac ts called Atkinson's Choice and Atkinson's Outlett containing 375 acres, and £15 at age 16; if William should die without issue said lands to go to male heirs of my daughter Nancy. To son Levi all land and houses in Snow Hill, plus £200 in bonds and cash. To son Milby (Extr), £15 to be paid and applied to discharge debt due the estate of Nehemiah King to whom I became bound as security for Will Tull, plus £5 to purchase clothing for my daughter Tabby Tull and £50 in cash and bonds. To grandson Samuel Otten £20 in cash or bond to be used for his education, plus personal property in the hands of Will Tull. To daughter Naomi Atkinson, £100 and personalty. To 4 children Levi, Naomi, William and Nancy, remainder of stock equally divided. Witt: Sally Hayward, George Hayward & John Davis. The Maryland Calendar of Wills abstract shows that Samuel Atkinson, Gentleman, named children: William, Nancy, Levi, Milley (son), and Naomi Atkinson, Tabby Tull, and grandson Samuel Outen. Tracts: Atkinson's Choice. Extrs: Wife Sarah and son Milley Atkinson. Witt: Sally and George Hayward & John Davis.1 

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

(-----) Jackson1

M, b. circa 1685
Last Edited25 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1685(-----) Jackson was born circa 1685.1 
Marriage*circa 1710He married Rachell (of James II) Atkinson, daughter of James Atkinson II and Patience 'Pation' Haggoman, circa 1710.1 

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 13 (James Atkinson Family).

James (of James I) Atkinson1

M, b. circa 1694
FatherJames Atkinson I1 b. c 1640, d. b 7 Apr 1697
MotherElizabeth (of Gerturde) Bowman1 b. c 1672
Last Edited25 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1694James (of James I) Atkinson was born circa 1694 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Est Settm't Father's*6 August 1700He was named in the settlement of his father's estate on 6 August 1700 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that Mr. William Martiall and Mr. George Parker presented the inventory of the estate of James Atkinson (deceased) and the division they had made between Henry Allin and the children: Elizabeth, John and James Atkinson. Sebastian Cropper, who had been ordered to take care of the Atkinson orphans' estates, presented security (George Parker and Thomas Cope) to be responsible for it and deliver it to the children when they reached lawful age.2 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 22 (adm of James Atkinson to Henry Allen).
  2. [S704] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1697-1703, Volume 9, p. 103 (6 Aug 1700 court).

George Miles1

M, b. circa 1775
ChartsDescendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1775George Miles was born circa 1775 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*13 August 1799He married Mary 'Polly' Feddeman, daughter of Isaiah Feddeman and Esther Towles, on 13 August 1799 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as George Willis and Mary Feldman, who received a license on 13 Aug 1799. (NOTE: lizdfamily@comcast.net reports that this is the marriage of George Miles and Mary Feddeman and that she obatined this info from Becky Miller at the Nabb Center, who read the notes of Leslie Dryden which are at the Nabb Center.)1 

Family

Mary 'Polly' Feddeman b. c 1780

Citations

  1. [S594] Jody Powell, Worcester Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1795-1865.

Mary (-----)1

F, b. circa 1640
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1640Mary (-----) was born circa 1640.1 
Marriage*circa 1665She married James Atkinson I circa 1665.1 
Married Namecirca 1665 As of circa 1665,her married name was Atkinson. 
Land Exchanged*1666Mary (-----) exchanged land in 1666 at Accomack Co, VA. It was in this year that James Atkinson and his wife Mary exchanged 500 acres, which he patented in 1663, tract A88 on Hunting Creek, with Richard Hill for 300 acres (part of tract A19).1 

Family

James Atkinson I b. c 1640, d. b 7 Apr 1697

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 987 (tract A88).

Robert Atkinson1

M, b. circa 1650
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1650Robert Atkinson was born circa 1650.1 
Tithable list1677He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1677. He was shown as Robt. Atkinson with 1 tith on Capt. Hill's List.2 
Tithable list1678He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1678. He was shown as Robt. Atkinson with 1 tith.3 
Tithable list1679He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1679. He was shown as Robt. Atkinson with 1 tith.4 
Tithable list*1681He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1681. He was shown as Robt. Atkinson with 1 tith.1 
Tithable list1683He was on the list of tithables in 1683. He was shown as Robt. Atkinson with 1 tith on Tho. Walburne's List.5 
Tithable list1685He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1685. He was shown as Robt. Atkinson with 1 tith on John Wallop's List.6 

Citations

  1. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 117.
  2. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 103.
  3. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 107.
  4. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 110.
  5. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 123.
  6. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 131.

John (of James II) Atkinson (innholder)1

M, b. circa 1698, d. before 6 March 1750/51
FatherJames Atkinson II2 b. bt 1657 - 1663, d. b 21 Nov 1721
MotherPatience 'Pation' Haggoman2 b. c 1668
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1698John (of James II) Atkinson (innholder) was born circa 1698 at Somerset Co, MD.2 
Will - Father's*20 April 1717John was named in his father's will on 20 April 1717 at Somerset Co, MD. In his will James Atkinson, cooper, named wife Pation (also spelled Patience) Extr, and gave her dwelling plantation during her life and at her decease to pass with 100 acres of tract Coopers' Punkin to son Samuel. To sons John and Isaac (at age 21), Anglow and Joshua (when of age), Samuel (at age 10), and daughters Rachel Jackson, Thamar and Baxster (at age 10), personalty. To son Isaac, 70 acres (unnamed tract). To sons Joshua and Anglow, 250 acres of tract Poor Hall near plantation of Edward Jones. Should wife marry, sons to be of age at 18 years, otherwise of age at 21 years. Witt: Jeremiah Morris, Eleanor Morris & Donnock. Dennis.2 
Marriage*after 1740He married Comfort Barkley, daughter of William Barkley, after 1740.3 
Will*15 February 1750/51John made a will on 15 February 1750/51 at Worcester Co, MD. In his will John Atkinson left wife Comfort real and personal estate unless she marries, then her thirds. To Levinah Selby, wife of William Selby, two thirds of the above estate. To William & John Selby, sons of levinah Selby, land and houses after death of Comfort Atkinson. Should Levinah die without heirs, real estate to be divided between John Atkinson, son of Angelo and the other half to the children of Comfort Atkinson. To John and Thomas Outten, sons of Abraham Outten, part of Lott #12 in Snow Hill Town. To brother Samuel Atkinson part of Lott #12. To Thomas Redding part of Lott #12 upon payment of 8 pounds, 18 shillings to Comfort Atkinson. Extr: Comfort Atkinson. Witt: Alexander Buncle, George Drummond, John Hall and Thomas Peale.4 
Death*before 6 March 1750/51He died before 6 March 1750/51 at Worcester Co, MD. It was on this date that his will was proved.4 

Family 1

Child 1.Levinah Atkinson+1 b. c 1730

Family 2

Comfort Barkley b. c 1695, d. b 31 Oct 1766

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 18 (James Atkinson Family).
  2. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 13 (James Atkinson Family).
  3. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 257 (John Townsend Family).
  4. [S2160] Sharon S. Jones, Worcester Co, MD Wills, JW-2, 1742-1758, p. 25 (will John Atkinson, wife Comfort).

Thamar (of James II) Atkinson1

F, b. circa 1706
FatherJames Atkinson II1 b. bt 1657 - 1663, d. b 21 Nov 1721
MotherPatience 'Pation' Haggoman1 b. c 1668
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1706Thamar (of James II) Atkinson was born circa 1706 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*20 April 1717Thamar was named in her father's will on 20 April 1717 at Somerset Co, MD. In his will James Atkinson, cooper, named wife Pation (also spelled Patience) Extr, and gave her dwelling plantation during her life and at her decease to pass with 100 acres of tract Coopers' Punkin to son Samuel. To sons John and Isaac (at age 21), Anglow and Joshua (when of age), Samuel (at age 10), and daughters Rachel Jackson, Thamar and Baxster (at age 10), personalty. To son Isaac, 70 acres (unnamed tract). To sons Joshua and Anglow, 250 acres of tract Poor Hall near plantation of Edward Jones. Should wife marry, sons to be of age at 18 years, otherwise of age at 21 years. Witt: Jeremiah Morris, Eleanor Morris & Donnock. Dennis.1 

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 13 (James Atkinson Family).

Backster 'Baxster' Atkinson1

F, b. circa 1708
FatherJames Atkinson II1 b. bt 1657 - 1663, d. b 21 Nov 1721
MotherPatience 'Pation' Haggoman1 b. c 1668
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1708Backster 'Baxster' Atkinson was born circa 1708 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*20 April 1717Backster was named in her father's will on 20 April 1717 at Somerset Co, MD. In his will James Atkinson, cooper, named wife Pation (also spelled Patience) Extr, and gave her dwelling plantation during her life and at her decease to pass with 100 acres of tract Coopers' Punkin to son Samuel. To sons John and Isaac (at age 21), Anglow and Joshua (when of age), Samuel (at age 10), and daughters Rachel Jackson, Thamar and Baxster (at age 10), personalty. To son Isaac, 70 acres (unnamed tract). To sons Joshua and Anglow, 250 acres of tract Poor Hall near plantation of Edward Jones. Should wife marry, sons to be of age at 18 years, otherwise of age at 21 years. Witt: Jeremiah Morris, Eleanor Morris & Donnock. Dennis.1 

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 13 (James Atkinson Family).

William Scott1

M, b. circa 1675
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1675William Scott was born circa 1675.1 

Family

Child 1.Elizabeth Scott+1 b. c 1700

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 13 (James Atkinson Family).

Philip Marsh1

M, b. circa 1750
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1750Philip Marsh was born circa 1750.1 
Marriage*circa 1775He married Nancy (of Samuel) Atkinson, daughter of Samuel (of James II) Atkinson and Mary Milby, circa 1775.1 

Family

Nancy (of Samuel) Atkinson b. 9 Oct 1753

Citations

  1. [S975] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 9, p. 15 (James Atkinson Family).

Sarah (of Parker III) Selby

F, b. circa 1746
FatherHon. Parker (of Parker & Mary Watts) Selby III b. c 1725, d. b 8 Jun 1773
MotherMary Sturgis (Sturgis?) b. c 1725
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1746Sarah (of Parker III) Selby was born circa 1746 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*circa 1770She married (-----) Atkinson circa 1770 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Married Namecirca 1770 As of circa 1770,her married name was Atkinson. 
Will - Father's*20 February 1773Sarah was named in her father's will on 20 February 1773 at Worcester Co, MD. In his will Parker Selby, wife Mary, named: sons Samuel, David, John & Parker; daughters Sarah Atkinson, Mary Selby, Leah Selby and Ann Selby; and brothers James and John Selby.1 

Family

(-----) Atkinson b. c 1740

Citations

  1. [S825] Ruth Dryden, Worcester County, MD, Will Book JW4, 1769-1783, p. 26 (will of Parker Selby, wife Mary).

(-----) Atkinson

M, b. circa 1740
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1740(-----) Atkinson was born circa 1740 at Worcester Co, MD. 
Marriage*circa 1770He married Sarah (of Parker III) Selby, daughter of Hon. Parker (of Parker & Mary Watts) Selby III and Mary Sturgis (Sturgis?), circa 1770 at Worcester Co, MD.1 

Family

Sarah (of Parker III) Selby b. c 1746

Citations

  1. [S825] Ruth Dryden, Worcester County, MD, Will Book JW4, 1769-1783, p. 26 (will of Parker Selby, wife Mary).

Levi Daugherty1

M, b. 17 May 1793, d. 10 October 1870
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*17 May 1793Levi Daugherty was born on 17 May 1793 at Daughterty Town, Somerset Co, MD.1 
Marriage*27 February 1816He married Esther W. Miles on 27 February 1816 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Levi Daughterty and Esther W. Miles.2 
Death*10 October 1870Levi Daugherty died on 10 October 1870 at Daughterty Town, Somerset Co, MD, at age 77.1 
Burial*Levi was buried at Daugherty Family Plot, Daughterty Town, Somerset Co, MD. 

Family

Esther W. Miles b. Mar 1796, d. 19 Nov 1875
Child 1.Esther Snead Daugherty+1 b. Feb 1831, d. 7 Oct 1904

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 75113383 (Levi Daughterty).
  2. [S564] Roy C. Pollitt, Somerset Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1796-1871.

Esther W. Miles1

F, b. March 1796, d. 19 November 1875
Last Edited4 Mar 2017
Birth*March 1796Esther W. Miles was born in March 1796 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Marriage*27 February 1816She married Levi Daugherty on 27 February 1816 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Levi Daughterty and Esther W. Miles.2 
Married Name27 February 1816 As of 27 February 1816,her married name was Daugherty. 
Death*19 November 1875Esther W. Miles died on 19 November 1875 at Daughterty Town, Somerset Co, MD, at age 79.1 
Burial*1876Esther was buried in 1876 at Daugherty Family Plot, Daughterty Town, Somerset Co, MD. 

Family

Levi Daugherty b. 17 May 1793, d. 10 Oct 1870
Child 1.Esther Snead Daugherty+1 b. Feb 1831, d. 7 Oct 1904

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 75115836 (Esther Miles Daughterty).
  2. [S564] Roy C. Pollitt, Somerset Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1796-1871.

Capt. Thomas Fletcher Russell1

M, b. 10 May 1855, d. 6 March 1903
FatherJosiah Thomas Russell1 b. c 1832
MotherEsther Snead Daugherty1 b. Feb 1831, d. 7 Oct 1904
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*10 May 1855Capt. Thomas Fletcher Russell was born on 10 May 1855 at Hopewell, Somerset Co, MD.1 
Census w/parents*30 June 1860Thomas was listed with his parents in the census of 30 June 1860 at Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#812 was headed by Josiah T. Russell, a 28 year old sailor with real estate valued at $8,000 and personal property valued at $300. Listed with him were Esther Russell, age 28; Catharine Russell, age 6; Fletcher Russell, age 5 and Margaret Daughtery, age 3.2 
Census w/mother*6 July 1870Thomas was listed with his mother in the census of 6 July 1870 at Marion, Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#194 was headed by Esther S. Russell, a 38 year old housekeeper with real estate valued at $700. Listed with her was Ellanor C. Russell, age 18; Thomas F. Russell, age 15; and Anna E. Russell, age 9.3 
Marriage*27 May 1879He married Matilda J. Lawson on 27 May 1879 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Thomas T. Russell, age 24 and Matilda J. Lawson, age 19.4 
Census w/mother*5 June 1880Thomas was listed with his mother in the census of 5 June 1880 at Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#113 was headed by Ester S. Russel, a 49 year old widow. Listed with her was Annie E. Blair, a 20 year old daughter; Louis W. Blair, a 23 year old son-in-law; Thomas F. Russell, a 25 year old son; and Matilda J. Russel, a 20 year old step-daughter.5 
Death*6 March 1903He died on 6 March 1903 at Somerset Co, MD, at age 47. Capt. Fletcher Russell, son of Thomas Russell and Esther Snead Daugherty, was born in Hopewell, Md. He was an oyster dredger in the Potomac River and ran freight up and down the Chesapeake Bay. He was known to have owned one of the finest fleets of schooners, including the Judy (later known as the Maud Thomas) the Delmay, the Charles H. Gibson and the George P. Keagle. Capt. Russell lived in Hopewell, Md., a small water community four miles northeast of Crisfield. He later moved to the town of Crisfield and occupied a residence on Maryland Ave. That residence was sold in February 1913 to John Sterling. Son of Thomas Russell and S. Dougherty, Death Certificate, State of Maryland.1 
Burial*Thomas was buried at Sunny Ridge Memorial Park, Cristfield, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Family

Matilda J. Lawson b. 1860, d. 13 May 1936
Marriage*27 May 1879He married Matilda J. Lawson on 27 May 1879 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Thomas T. Russell, age 24 and Matilda J. Lawson, age 19.4 

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 134829080 (Thomas Fletcher Russell).
  2. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1860 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.
  3. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1870 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.
  4. [S595] Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages (including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico) 1865-1906.
  5. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1880 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.

Effie Katherine 'Kate' Russell1

F, b. 17 July 1851, d. 12 December 1914
FatherJosiah Thomas Russell1 b. c 1832
MotherEsther Snead Daugherty1 b. Feb 1831, d. 7 Oct 1904
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*17 July 1851Effie Katherine 'Kate' Russell was born on 17 July 1851 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Census w/parents*30 June 1860Effie was listed with her parents in the census of 30 June 1860 at Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#812 was headed by Josiah T. Russell, a 28 year old sailor with real estate valued at $8,000 and personal property valued at $300. Listed with him were Esther Russell, age 28; Catharine Russell, age 6; Fletcher Russell, age 5 and Margaret Daughtery, age 3.2 
Census w/mother*6 July 1870Effie was listed with her mother in the census of 6 July 1870 at Marion, Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#194 was headed by Esther S. Russell, a 38 year old housekeeper with real estate valued at $700. Listed with her was Ellanor C. Russell, age 18; Thomas F. Russell, age 15; and Anna E. Russell, age 9.3 
Marriage*28 December 1871She married Wingate W. Lewis, son of Asa Lewis and Susan R. Lewis, on 28 December 1871 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Wingate Lewis and Kate Russell.4 
Married Name28 December 1871 As of 28 December 1871,her married name was Lewis. 
Death*12 December 1914Effie Katherine 'Kate' Russell died on 12 December 1914 at Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD, at age 63.1 
Burial*Effie was buried at Crisfield Cemetery, Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Family

Wingate W. Lewis b. 17 May 1850, d. 5 Mar 1917
Marriage*28 December 1871She married Wingate W. Lewis, son of Asa Lewis and Susan R. Lewis, on 28 December 1871 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Wingate Lewis and Kate Russell.4 

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 115274141 (Effie Katherine Russell Lewis).
  2. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1860 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.
  3. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1870 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.
  4. [S564] Roy C. Pollitt, Somerset Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1796-1871.

Annie E. Russell1

F, b. 9 October 1860, d. 15 February 1889
FatherJosiah Thomas Russell1 b. c 1832
MotherEsther Snead Daugherty1 b. Feb 1831, d. 7 Oct 1904
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*9 October 1860Annie E. Russell was born on 9 October 1860 at Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD.1 
Census w/mother*6 July 1870Annie was listed with her mother in the census of 6 July 1870 at Marion, Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#194 was headed by Esther S. Russell, a 38 year old housekeeper with real estate valued at $700. Listed with her was Ellanor C. Russell, age 18; Thomas F. Russell, age 15; and Anna E. Russell, age 9.2 
Marriage*5 June 1879She married Lewis William Blair on 5 June 1879 at Somerset Co, MD.3 
Married Name5 June 1879 As of 5 June 1879,her married name was Blair. 
Census w/mother*5 June 1880Annie was listed with her mother in the census of 5 June 1880 at Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#113 was headed by Ester S. Russel, a 49 year old widow. Listed with her was Annie E. Blair, a 20 year old daughter; Louis W. Blair, a 23 year old son-in-law; Thomas F. Russell, a 25 year old son; and Matilda J. Russel, a 20 year old step-daughter.4 
Death*15 February 1889She died on 15 February 1889 at Somerset Co, MD, at age 28.1 
Burial*Annie was buried at Daugherty Family Plot, Daughterty Town, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Family

Lewis William Blair b. 24 Oct 1856, d. 10 Oct 1918
Marriage*5 June 1879She married Lewis William Blair on 5 June 1879 at Somerset Co, MD.3 

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 143252921 (Annie E. Russell Blair).
  2. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1870 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.
  3. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 115275039 (Lewis William Blair).
  4. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1880 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.

Lewis William Blair1

M, b. 24 October 1856, d. 10 October 1918
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*24 October 1856Lewis William Blair was born on 24 October 1856 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Marriage*5 June 1879He married Annie E. Russell, daughter of Josiah Thomas Russell and Esther Snead Daugherty, on 5 June 1879 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Census w/moth-in-law*5 June 1880Lewis was listed with his mother-in-law in the census of 5 June 1880 at Lawson's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#113 was headed by Ester S. Russel, a 49 year old widow. Listed with her was Annie E. Blair, a 20 year old daughter; Louis W. Blair, a 23 year old son-in-law; Thomas F. Russell, a 25 year old son; and Matilda J. Russel, a 20 year old step-daughter.2 
Death*10 October 1918He died on 10 October 1918 at Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD, at age 61.1 
Burial*Lewis was buried at Crisfield Cemetery, Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Family

Annie E. Russell b. 9 Oct 1860, d. 15 Feb 1889

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 115275039 (Lewis William Blair).
  2. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1880 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.

Matilda J. Lawson1

F, b. 1860, d. 13 May 1936
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*1860Matilda J. Lawson was born in 1860 at Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD.2 
Marriage*27 May 1879She married Capt. Thomas Fletcher Russell, son of Josiah Thomas Russell and Esther Snead Daugherty, on 27 May 1879 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Thomas T. Russell, age 24 and Matilda J. Lawson, age 19.1 
Married Name27 May 1879 As of 27 May 1879,her married name was Russell. 
Marriage*26 December 1906Matilda J. Lawson married Charles H. Whittington on 26 December 1906 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Charles Whittington, a 43 year old widower and Matilda J. Russell, a 45 year old widow.1 
Married Name26 December 1906 As of 26 December 1906,her married name was Whittington. 
Death*13 May 1936Matilda J. Lawson died on 13 May 1936 at Baltimore, MD. Mrs. Matilda J. Whittington, a former resident of this city who had been making her home in Baltimore for the past twenty years, died at her home in that city on Wednesday morning of this week. She was 76 years of age. Mrs. Whittington was the daughter of the late Isaac and Nancy Lawson, of this community, and was a member of one of Somerset county's oldest families. She was twice married, her first husband being Captain William Fletcher Russell, and her second Mr. Charles Whittington. She is survived by two sons, Mr. Edgie Russell, of Frederick, Md., and Mr. William F. Russell, of Baltimore, and one daughter, Miss Nina Russell, of Baltimore. One brother, Mr. I. S. Lawson, of Crisfield, also survives. The body will be brought to Crisfield and funeral services will be held at Immanuel M. E. Church this, Friday, afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. J. R. Bicking, pastor. Interment will be in Crisfield cemetery. The Crisfield Times, Crisfield, Maryland, Friday, May 15, 1936.2 
Burial*Matilda was buried at Sunny Ridge Memorial Park, Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD.2 

Family 1

Capt. Thomas Fletcher Russell b. 10 May 1855, d. 6 Mar 1903
Marriage*27 May 1879She married Capt. Thomas Fletcher Russell, son of Josiah Thomas Russell and Esther Snead Daugherty, on 27 May 1879 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Thomas T. Russell, age 24 and Matilda J. Lawson, age 19.1 

Family 2

Charles H. Whittington b. 1860, d. 1917
Marriage*26 December 1906Matilda J. Lawson married Charles H. Whittington on 26 December 1906 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Charles Whittington, a 43 year old widower and Matilda J. Russell, a 45 year old widow.1 

Citations

  1. [S595] Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages (including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico) 1865-1906.
  2. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 134829370 (Matilda J. Lawson Whittington).

Charles H. Whittington1

M, b. 1860, d. 1917
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*1860Charles H. Whittington was born in 1860 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Marriage26 December 1906He married Matilda J. Lawson on 26 December 1906 at Somerset Co, MD. They were shown as Charles Whittington, a 43 year old widower and Matilda J. Russell, a 45 year old widow.2 
Death*1917Charles H. Whittington died in 1917.1 
Burial*Charles was buried at Sunny Ridge Memorial Park, Crisfield, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 136231962 (Charles H. Whittington).
  2. [S595] Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages (including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico) 1865-1906.

(1st c/o Robt) Drake1

?, b. circa 1651
FatherRobert Drake1 b. 1623
MotherElizabeth Starr1 b. c 1625
ChartsDescendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1651(1st c/o Robt) Drake was born circa 1651 at England.1 
Will - Grmoth's*20 January 1656/57(1st was named in an unknown person grandmother's will on 20 January 1656/57 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr, gave to daughter Frances Bibbye all my clothes, my wedding ring and silver bodkin. To Thomas Parramore one serge suit, and to Frances Parramore a calf. To my grandchild Mary Hill one cow calf. And to Patience Hill one cow calf. To my grandchild Elizabeth Beby one mare coult (when it shall please god that my son Thomas Hunt buys a mare), she to receive the 1st mare coult. To each of my son Drak's two children a cow calf. To Mary Beck's child one cow calf when the mother is free. To my mayde Ann Dreyton one cow calf when she is free. Remaining estate to my son Thomas Hunt. Witt: Allexander Maxwell, James Camwell. (Marshall's NOTE: Mary Eires is the eldest dau. of Richard Hill.)1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 49 (will of Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr).

(2nd c/o Robt) Drake1

?, b. circa 1653
FatherRobert Drake1 b. 1623
MotherElizabeth Starr1 b. c 1625
ChartsDescendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1653(2nd c/o Robt) Drake was born circa 1653 at England.1 
Will - Grmoth's*20 January 1656/57(2nd was named in an unknown person grandmother's will on 20 January 1656/57 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr, gave to daughter Frances Bibbye all my clothes, my wedding ring and silver bodkin. To Thomas Parramore one serge suit, and to Frances Parramore a calf. To my grandchild Mary Hill one cow calf. And to Patience Hill one cow calf. To my grandchild Elizabeth Beby one mare coult (when it shall please god that my son Thomas Hunt buys a mare), she to receive the 1st mare coult. To each of my son Drak's two children a cow calf. To Mary Beck's child one cow calf when the mother is free. To my mayde Ann Dreyton one cow calf when she is free. Remaining estate to my son Thomas Hunt. Witt: Allexander Maxwell, James Camwell. (Marshall's NOTE: Mary Eires is the eldest dau. of Richard Hill.)1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 49 (will of Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr).

Mary Beck1

F, b. circa 1635
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1635Mary Beck was born circa 1635.1 
Will - Named as heir*20 January 1656/57Mary was named as a heir in a will on 20 January 1656/57 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr, gave to daughter Frances Bibbye all my clothes, my wedding ring and silver bodkin. To Thomas Parramore one serge suit, and to Frances Parramore a calf. To my grandchild Mary Hill one cow calf. And to Patience Hill one cow calf. To my grandchild Elizabeth Beby one mare coult (when it shall please god that my son Thomas Hunt buys a mare), she to receive the 1st mare coult. To each of my son Drak's two children a cow calf. To Mary Beck's child one cow calf when the mother is free. To my mayde Ann Dreyton one cow calf when she is free. Remaining estate to my son Thomas Hunt. Witt: Allexander Maxwell, James Camwell. (Marshall's NOTE: Mary Eires is the eldest dau. of Richard Hill.)1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 49 (will of Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr).

Ann Dreyton1

F, b. circa 1630
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1630Ann Dreyton was born circa 1630.1 
Will - Named as heir*20 January 1656/57Ann was named as a heir in a will on 20 January 1656/57 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr, gave to daughter Frances Bibbye all my clothes, my wedding ring and silver bodkin. To Thomas Parramore one serge suit, and to Frances Parramore a calf. To my grandchild Mary Hill one cow calf. And to Patience Hill one cow calf. To my grandchild Elizabeth Beby one mare coult (when it shall please god that my son Thomas Hunt buys a mare), she to receive the 1st mare coult. To each of my son Drak's two children a cow calf. To Mary Beck's child one cow calf when the mother is free. To my mayde Ann Dreyton one cow calf when she is free. Remaining estate to my son Thomas Hunt. Witt: Allexander Maxwell, James Camwell. (Marshall's NOTE: Mary Eires is the eldest dau. of Richard Hill.)1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 49 (will of Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr).

Edward Loughlin1

M, b. circa 1675
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1675Edward Loughlin was born circa 1675.1 
Will - Named as heir*15 January 1700/1Edward was named as a heir in a will on 15 January 1700/1 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Hunt gave son John Hunt 600 A. of my house and plantation from my southern line northerly to Cherry Tree Gutt, and thence to the road, which I have marked for the bounds of my son John Hunt and his brother Thomas Hunt. To my son Thomas the remainder of the 600 A. To son Gawton Hunt (to be at age at 18) 200 A. lying on Broad Creek Branch upon the head of Thomas Harmanson's land which said land I bought of Ralph Pigot, the cattle known to be his by his mother and others, and 2 silver spoons. To my three sons John, Thomas and Gawton Hunt 418 A. on Hogg Island. To my loving wife Ann Hunt her riding horse Button, and during her widowhood two servants named Edward Loughlin and Rebecca Alphey, and then to sons Thomas and Gawton. To son John my horse mill. To son Thomas my hand mill. To wife Ann during her widowhood 1/2 the plantation I now live on. To dau. Frances Benthall. To dau. Ann Pigot gold ring. Wife and three sons extrs. Witt: Ralph Pigot, Edward Loughlin, Daniel Benthall, Margaret Nelson.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 167 (will of Thomas Hunt, wife Ann).

Rebecca Alphey1

F, b. circa 1675
Last Edited26 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1675Rebecca Alphey was born circa 1675.1 
Will - Named as heir*15 January 1700/1Rebecca was named as a heir in a will on 15 January 1700/1 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Hunt gave son John Hunt 600 A. of my house and plantation from my southern line northerly to Cherry Tree Gutt, and thence to the road, which I have marked for the bounds of my son John Hunt and his brother Thomas Hunt. To my son Thomas the remainder of the 600 A. To son Gawton Hunt (to be at age at 18) 200 A. lying on Broad Creek Branch upon the head of Thomas Harmanson's land which said land I bought of Ralph Pigot, the cattle known to be his by his mother and others, and 2 silver spoons. To my three sons John, Thomas and Gawton Hunt 418 A. on Hogg Island. To my loving wife Ann Hunt her riding horse Button, and during her widowhood two servants named Edward Loughlin and Rebecca Alphey, and then to sons Thomas and Gawton. To son John my horse mill. To son Thomas my hand mill. To wife Ann during her widowhood 1/2 the plantation I now live on. To dau. Frances Benthall. To dau. Ann Pigot gold ring. Wife and three sons extrs. Witt: Ralph Pigot, Edward Loughlin, Daniel Benthall, Margaret Nelson.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 167 (will of Thomas Hunt, wife Ann).

Thomas (of Daniel) Benthall1

M, b. circa 1702
FatherDaniel Benthall1 b. c 1662, d. b 21 Jul 1719
MotherFrances (30) Hunt1 b. c 1674, d. b 18 May 1720
ChartsDescendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited27 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1702Thomas (of Daniel) Benthall was born circa 1702 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Cattle Mark*1713A cattle mark was recorded for Thomas (of Daniel) Benthall in 1713 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Thomas Benthall son of Daniel Benthall which mark was formerly Richard Tatlock's and given by Paul Fabian to Benjamin Cowell.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 224 (will of Daniel Benthall, wife Frances).

Molly Whittington1

F, b. circa 1756
FatherJoshua (31) Whittington1 b. c 1728, d. b 4 Mar 1763
MotherElizabeth Marshall Nairne1 b. c 1730, d. b 15 Dec 1788
ChartsDescendants of William Anderson (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Nathaniel Littleton (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Col. John Wise (Gentlemen, Chesconessex)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited31 Dec 2016
Birth*circa 1756Molly Whittington was born circa 1756 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Uncle's*21 March 1771Molly was named in her uncle's will on 21 March 1771 at Worcester Co, MD. In his will John Nairne gave to cousin Southy Whittington, son of Southy (bro-in-law) lands Cedar Hall, unless cousin William Whittingham, son of Joshua should purchase it. To sister Esther, wife of said Southy Whittington. To neices Esther, Betty, Molly daughters of Joshua Whittington. To John Marshall lands I have as heir of my mothre. To Milly Whittington daughter of Southy. To Robert Marshall, son of Esme lands in Somerset Co. & to his brother William Allen Marshall, children of my sister Mary. To friend Littleton Dennis, to Betty Purnells son Esme. To Thomas Marsahll son of Esme. To cousin John Marshall Extr. Witt: Littleton Dennis, Stephen Drummond and Nathaniel Wilkins.1 

Citations

  1. [S825] Ruth Dryden, Worcester County, MD, Will Book JW4, 1769-1783, p. 8 (will of John Nearn).

Carson F. Chandler1

M, b. circa 1872
FatherJohn T. Chandler1 b. c 1848, d. Jan 1922
MotherMartha Fitzgerald1 b. 19 Aug 1847, d. 11 Sep 1931
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited1 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1872Carson F. Chandler was born circa 1872.1 
Obituary - Mother's*12 September 1931He was named in his mother's obituary on 12 September 1931 at Snow Hill, Worcester Co, MD. Mrs. Martha Chandler, widow of the late John T. Chandler, and mother of Carson F. Chandler, Esq., of Snow Hill, died suddenly of cerebral hemorrhage about one o'clock this (Friday) morning at the home of her son in Snow Hill. Mrs. Chandler had been enjoying her usual good health, and on Tuesday she had visited her brother and sister in Onancock She retired on Thursday night about ten o'clock, and was stricken about half after twelve o'clock. Her sudden passing away was a great shock to her family, relatives and friends. Mrs. Chandler is survived by three sons, Carson F. Chandler, of Snow Hill, with whom she has made her home since the death of her husband, in January 1922; Thomas S. Chandler, of Baltimore, and Oscar M. Chandler, of Ocean City. She is also survived by two brothers, Thomas Fitzgerald, of near Accomac, Va, and Charles H. Fitzgerald, of Onancock, Va, and a sister. Miss Sallie Fitzgerald, of Onancock. Mrs. Chandler was a native of Virginia, having been born in Hampton August l9th, 1847. Her parents were Thomas Fitzgerald and Margaret Hopkins Fitzgerald, members of old and well known families of the Eastern Shore. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald located in Hampton, where Mr. Fitzgerald was engaged in the mercantile business. Mrs. Chandler attended Hampton Academy, at which institution she received the groundwork of a liberal education. She was an aristocratic, refined and highly cultured woman. She had a retentive memory, and was a splendid conversationalist. Having lived through the stirring scenes of the Civil War, she recalled many interesting historical events connected with the four-year period the war lasted, and the reconstruction days that followed. After Hampton was burned by the Confederates, to keep the city from falling into the hands of the Union forces, her father moved to his plantation near Hamilton, where his death occurred in 1863. Following his death his family went to Onancock to reside. Mrs. Chandler, then Miss Fitzgerald, taught in a private school at Onancock, until her marriage to Mr. Chandler, a prominent resident of Accomac County. She had a brother, who enlisted in the Confederate army, while he was attending college, and gave his life for the ''lost cause." Mrs. Chandler was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She was a splendid Christian woman and a kind and affectionate mother. A nature so rare and exalted, and possessing human qualities so refined and beneficent that she attracted and charmed, while her children "rise up and call her blessed." Funeral services will be held at the house, and burial will be in Whatcoat M.E. Cemetery beside her husband.1 

Citations

  1. [S2694] The Democratic Messenger, 12 Sep 1931 issue, Sudden Death of Mrs. Chandler, 84 Years Old.

Thomas S. Chandler1

M, b. circa 1874
FatherJohn T. Chandler1 b. c 1848, d. Jan 1922
MotherMartha Fitzgerald1 b. 19 Aug 1847, d. 11 Sep 1931
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited1 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1874Thomas S. Chandler was born circa 1874.1 
Obituary - Mother's*12 September 1931He was named in his mother's obituary on 12 September 1931 at Snow Hill, Worcester Co, MD. Mrs. Martha Chandler, widow of the late John T. Chandler, and mother of Carson F. Chandler, Esq., of Snow Hill, died suddenly of cerebral hemorrhage about one o'clock this (Friday) morning at the home of her son in Snow Hill. Mrs. Chandler had been enjoying her usual good health, and on Tuesday she had visited her brother and sister in Onancock She retired on Thursday night about ten o'clock, and was stricken about half after twelve o'clock. Her sudden passing away was a great shock to her family, relatives and friends. Mrs. Chandler is survived by three sons, Carson F. Chandler, of Snow Hill, with whom she has made her home since the death of her husband, in January 1922; Thomas S. Chandler, of Baltimore, and Oscar M. Chandler, of Ocean City. She is also survived by two brothers, Thomas Fitzgerald, of near Accomac, Va, and Charles H. Fitzgerald, of Onancock, Va, and a sister. Miss Sallie Fitzgerald, of Onancock. Mrs. Chandler was a native of Virginia, having been born in Hampton August l9th, 1847. Her parents were Thomas Fitzgerald and Margaret Hopkins Fitzgerald, members of old and well known families of the Eastern Shore. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald located in Hampton, where Mr. Fitzgerald was engaged in the mercantile business. Mrs. Chandler attended Hampton Academy, at which institution she received the groundwork of a liberal education. She was an aristocratic, refined and highly cultured woman. She had a retentive memory, and was a splendid conversationalist. Having lived through the stirring scenes of the Civil War, she recalled many interesting historical events connected with the four-year period the war lasted, and the reconstruction days that followed. After Hampton was burned by the Confederates, to keep the city from falling into the hands of the Union forces, her father moved to his plantation near Hamilton, where his death occurred in 1863. Following his death his family went to Onancock to reside. Mrs. Chandler, then Miss Fitzgerald, taught in a private school at Onancock, until her marriage to Mr. Chandler, a prominent resident of Accomac County. She had a brother, who enlisted in the Confederate army, while he was attending college, and gave his life for the ''lost cause." Mrs. Chandler was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She was a splendid Christian woman and a kind and affectionate mother. A nature so rare and exalted, and possessing human qualities so refined and beneficent that she attracted and charmed, while her children "rise up and call her blessed." Funeral services will be held at the house, and burial will be in Whatcoat M.E. Cemetery beside her husband.1 

Citations

  1. [S2694] The Democratic Messenger, 12 Sep 1931 issue, Sudden Death of Mrs. Chandler, 84 Years Old.

Oscar M. Chandler1

M, b. circa 1876
FatherJohn T. Chandler1 b. c 1848, d. Jan 1922
MotherMartha Fitzgerald1 b. 19 Aug 1847, d. 11 Sep 1931
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited1 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1876Oscar M. Chandler was born circa 1876.1 
Obituary - Mother's*12 September 1931He was named in his mother's obituary on 12 September 1931 at Snow Hill, Worcester Co, MD. Mrs. Martha Chandler, widow of the late John T. Chandler, and mother of Carson F. Chandler, Esq., of Snow Hill, died suddenly of cerebral hemorrhage about one o'clock this (Friday) morning at the home of her son in Snow Hill. Mrs. Chandler had been enjoying her usual good health, and on Tuesday she had visited her brother and sister in Onancock She retired on Thursday night about ten o'clock, and was stricken about half after twelve o'clock. Her sudden passing away was a great shock to her family, relatives and friends. Mrs. Chandler is survived by three sons, Carson F. Chandler, of Snow Hill, with whom she has made her home since the death of her husband, in January 1922; Thomas S. Chandler, of Baltimore, and Oscar M. Chandler, of Ocean City. She is also survived by two brothers, Thomas Fitzgerald, of near Accomac, Va, and Charles H. Fitzgerald, of Onancock, Va, and a sister. Miss Sallie Fitzgerald, of Onancock. Mrs. Chandler was a native of Virginia, having been born in Hampton August l9th, 1847. Her parents were Thomas Fitzgerald and Margaret Hopkins Fitzgerald, members of old and well known families of the Eastern Shore. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald located in Hampton, where Mr. Fitzgerald was engaged in the mercantile business. Mrs. Chandler attended Hampton Academy, at which institution she received the groundwork of a liberal education. She was an aristocratic, refined and highly cultured woman. She had a retentive memory, and was a splendid conversationalist. Having lived through the stirring scenes of the Civil War, she recalled many interesting historical events connected with the four-year period the war lasted, and the reconstruction days that followed. After Hampton was burned by the Confederates, to keep the city from falling into the hands of the Union forces, her father moved to his plantation near Hamilton, where his death occurred in 1863. Following his death his family went to Onancock to reside. Mrs. Chandler, then Miss Fitzgerald, taught in a private school at Onancock, until her marriage to Mr. Chandler, a prominent resident of Accomac County. She had a brother, who enlisted in the Confederate army, while he was attending college, and gave his life for the ''lost cause." Mrs. Chandler was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She was a splendid Christian woman and a kind and affectionate mother. A nature so rare and exalted, and possessing human qualities so refined and beneficent that she attracted and charmed, while her children "rise up and call her blessed." Funeral services will be held at the house, and burial will be in Whatcoat M.E. Cemetery beside her husband.1 

Citations

  1. [S2694] The Democratic Messenger, 12 Sep 1931 issue, Sudden Death of Mrs. Chandler, 84 Years Old.

Charles H. Fitzgerald1

M, b. circa 1862
FatherThomas E. Fitzgerald1 b. c 1811
MotherMargaret Ann Hopkins1 b. 6 Apr 1822, d. 5 Jun 1903
ChartsDescendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited1 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1862Charles H. Fitzgerald was born circa 1862.1 
Obituary - Sister's*12 September 1931He was named in his sister's obituary on 12 September 1931 at Snow Hill, Worcester Co, MD. Mrs. Martha Chandler, widow of the late John T. Chandler, and mother of Carson F. Chandler, Esq., of Snow Hill, died suddenly of cerebral hemorrhage about one o'clock this (Friday) morning at the home of her son in Snow Hill. Mrs. Chandler had been enjoying her usual good health, and on Tuesday she had visited her brother and sister in Onancock She retired on Thursday night about ten o'clock, and was stricken about half after twelve o'clock. Her sudden passing away was a great shock to her family, relatives and friends. Mrs. Chandler is survived by three sons, Carson F. Chandler, of Snow Hill, with whom she has made her home since the death of her husband, in January 1922; Thomas S. Chandler, of Baltimore, and Oscar M. Chandler, of Ocean City. She is also survived by two brothers, Thomas Fitzgerald, of near Accomac, Va, and Charles H. Fitzgerald, of Onancock, Va, and a sister. Miss Sallie Fitzgerald, of Onancock. Mrs. Chandler was a native of Virginia, having been born in Hampton August l9th, 1847. Her parents were Thomas Fitzgerald and Margaret Hopkins Fitzgerald, members of old and well known families of the Eastern Shore. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald located in Hampton, where Mr. Fitzgerald was engaged in the mercantile business. Mrs. Chandler attended Hampton Academy, at which institution she received the groundwork of a liberal education. She was an aristocratic, refined and highly cultured woman. She had a retentive memory, and was a splendid conversationalist. Having lived through the stirring scenes of the Civil War, she recalled many interesting historical events connected with the four-year period the war lasted, and the reconstruction days that followed. After Hampton was burned by the Confederates, to keep the city from falling into the hands of the Union forces, her father moved to his plantation near Hamilton, where his death occurred in 1863. Following his death his family went to Onancock to reside. Mrs. Chandler, then Miss Fitzgerald, taught in a private school at Onancock, until her marriage to Mr. Chandler, a prominent resident of Accomac County. She had a brother, who enlisted in the Confederate army, while he was attending college, and gave his life for the ''lost cause." Mrs. Chandler was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She was a splendid Christian woman and a kind and affectionate mother. A nature so rare and exalted, and possessing human qualities so refined and beneficent that she attracted and charmed, while her children "rise up and call her blessed." Funeral services will be held at the house, and burial will be in Whatcoat M.E. Cemetery beside her husband.1 

Citations

  1. [S2694] The Democratic Messenger, 12 Sep 1931 issue, Sudden Death of Mrs. Chandler, 84 Years Old.

Sallie Fitzgerald1

F, b. circa 1864
FatherThomas E. Fitzgerald1 b. c 1811
MotherMargaret Ann Hopkins1 b. 6 Apr 1822, d. 5 Jun 1903
ChartsDescendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited1 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1864Sallie Fitzgerald was born circa 1864.1 
Obituary - Sister's*12 September 1931She was named in her sister's obituary on 12 September 1931 at Snow Hill, Worcester Co, MD. Mrs. Martha Chandler, widow of the late John T. Chandler, and mother of Carson F. Chandler, Esq., of Snow Hill, died suddenly of cerebral hemorrhage about one o'clock this (Friday) morning at the home of her son in Snow Hill. Mrs. Chandler had been enjoying her usual good health, and on Tuesday she had visited her brother and sister in Onancock She retired on Thursday night about ten o'clock, and was stricken about half after twelve o'clock. Her sudden passing away was a great shock to her family, relatives and friends. Mrs. Chandler is survived by three sons, Carson F. Chandler, of Snow Hill, with whom she has made her home since the death of her husband, in January 1922; Thomas S. Chandler, of Baltimore, and Oscar M. Chandler, of Ocean City. She is also survived by two brothers, Thomas Fitzgerald, of near Accomac, Va, and Charles H. Fitzgerald, of Onancock, Va, and a sister. Miss Sallie Fitzgerald, of Onancock. Mrs. Chandler was a native of Virginia, having been born in Hampton August l9th, 1847. Her parents were Thomas Fitzgerald and Margaret Hopkins Fitzgerald, members of old and well known families of the Eastern Shore. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald located in Hampton, where Mr. Fitzgerald was engaged in the mercantile business. Mrs. Chandler attended Hampton Academy, at which institution she received the groundwork of a liberal education. She was an aristocratic, refined and highly cultured woman. She had a retentive memory, and was a splendid conversationalist. Having lived through the stirring scenes of the Civil War, she recalled many interesting historical events connected with the four-year period the war lasted, and the reconstruction days that followed. After Hampton was burned by the Confederates, to keep the city from falling into the hands of the Union forces, her father moved to his plantation near Hamilton, where his death occurred in 1863. Following his death his family went to Onancock to reside. Mrs. Chandler, then Miss Fitzgerald, taught in a private school at Onancock, until her marriage to Mr. Chandler, a prominent resident of Accomac County. She had a brother, who enlisted in the Confederate army, while he was attending college, and gave his life for the ''lost cause." Mrs. Chandler was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She was a splendid Christian woman and a kind and affectionate mother. A nature so rare and exalted, and possessing human qualities so refined and beneficent that she attracted and charmed, while her children "rise up and call her blessed." Funeral services will be held at the house, and burial will be in Whatcoat M.E. Cemetery beside her husband.1 

Citations

  1. [S2694] The Democratic Messenger, 12 Sep 1931 issue, Sudden Death of Mrs. Chandler, 84 Years Old.

(-----) Michael (Michael?)

F, b. circa 1700
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1700(-----) Michael (Michael?) was born circa 1700. 
Marriage*circa 1725She married Watkins (44) Wilkins, son of Argoll (13) Wilkins and (-----) (-----), circa 1725. 
Married Namecirca 1725 As of circa 1725,her married name was Wilkins. 

Family

Watkins (44) Wilkins b. c 1700, d. b 11 Feb 1752
Children 1.John (151) Wilkins+ b. 1729, d. b 20 May 1793
 2.(dau of Watkins) (150) Wilkins+ b. c 1731, d. b 6 Jan 1751/52
 3.Joachim Michael (152) (of Watkins) Wilkins I+ b. c 1733, d. b 10 Oct 1786
 4.Peggy (153) Wilkins b. c 1735
 5.Elizabeth (154) Wilkins b. c 1745

Thomas (of James) Wilson1

M, b. circa 1700, d. before 12 December 1732
FatherJames Wilson2 b. c 1675, d. b 17 May 1720
Mother(-----) (-----)2 b. c 1675
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1700Thomas (of James) Wilson was born circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1720He married (-----) (-----) circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Will - Father's*27 April 1720Thomas was named in his father's will on 27 April 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Willson gave to his three sons Thomas, James and William 300 A. to be eq. div., and for want of their heirs that son's part to my son John. My son James to have the 100 A. where I now live, my son Thomas where he is now, and my son William in the woods. My loving wife Mary and her children resid. legatees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Susannah Bowden, William Willett, John Stratton.2 
Marriage*circa 1722He married Abigail (94) Hunt, daughter of Thomas (27) Hunt III and Tamer (14) Fisher, circa 1722 at Northampton Co, VA.1,4 
Will - Brother's*8 November 1725Thomas was named in his brother's will on 8 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Wilson gave to dau. Hannah Wilson the plantation whereon I now live, but in case my wife should have a boy then the aforesaid plantation to him. To my friend John Webb, Jr. My loving wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. My brother Thomas Wilson and John Stratton to oversee. Witt: John Stratton, Thomas Wilson, Robert 'W' Warren. Probate: According to the body of the will, the signature, and the liber index, the name of the testator is James Wilson. But the proof shows Thomas Wilson.5 
Will*13 September 1732Thomas made a will on 13 September 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Wilson gave to son James 100 A. To my beloved wife Abigail. To my son Thomas. To my dau. Barbary £3. To dau. Adah £3. To dau. Anne £3. Wife resid. legatee and extrx. John Webb and Hillary Hunt to oversee. Witt: Hillary Hunt, George Hall, John [X] Webb.1 
Death*before 12 December 1732He died before 12 December 1732 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Land left*1732He left land in 1732 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. Thomas Wilson (wife Abigale) left his part of this tract to son James; he also had another son Thomas, who was in possession during the later part of the century, so James many have died without issue. This part was in the corner formed by the road and Dun Branch.6 

Family 1

(-----) (-----) b. c 1700
Marriage*circa 1720He married (-----) (-----) circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Child 1.Tabitha Wilson3 b. c 1720

Family 2

Abigail (94) Hunt b. c 1702, d. b 9 Dec 1760
Marriage*circa 1722Thomas (of James) Wilson married Abigail (94) Hunt, daughter of Thomas (27) Hunt III and Tamer (14) Fisher, circa 1722 at Northampton Co, VA.1,4 
Children 1.James (of Thos) Wilson+1 b. c 1724, d. b 10 Jun 1788
 2.Thomas (of Thos) Wilson+1 b. c 1726, d. b 13 Dec 1770
 3.Barbary (of Thos) Wilson1 b. c 1728, d. 11 Jul 1786
 4.Adah (of Thos) Wilson1 b. c 1730
 5.Anne (of Thos) Wilson1 b. c 1732

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 270 (will of Thomas Wilson, wife Abigail).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).
  3. [S877] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases, 1732-1744/5, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume II, p. 17 (George Monk petition).
  4. [S2686] Henry Barraud Hunt Jr., William Tankard, Gentlemen, Jamestown 1607, Ancestors & Descendants, p. 1018.
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of James Wilson, wife Ann).
  6. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 102 (tract N17).

Anne (of Thos) Wilson1

F, b. circa 1732
FatherThomas (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
MotherAbigail (94) Hunt1 b. c 1702, d. b 9 Dec 1760
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited14 May 2017
Birth*circa 1732Anne (of Thos) Wilson was born circa 1732 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*13 September 1732Anne was named in her father's will on 13 September 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Wilson gave to son James 100 A. To my beloved wife Abigail. To my son Thomas. To my dau. Barbary £3. To dau. Adah £3. To dau. Anne £3. Wife resid. legatee and extrx. John Webb and Hillary Hunt to oversee. Witt: Hillary Hunt, George Hall, John [X] Webb.1 
Marriage*circa 1755She married (-----) Fabian circa 1755 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Married Namecirca 1755 As of circa 1755,her married name was Fabian. 
Will - Mother's*23 October 1760Anne was named in her mother's will on 23 October 1760 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Abigail Williams gave to dau. Sarah Williams oval table, kettle, cow and yearling, bed and furniture, and one old mare. To dau. Barbary Wilson one young mare, side saddle, and bed and furniture. To son Thomas Wilson one shilling. To dau. Anne Fabin one shilling. To grandson James Wilson one shilling. Resid. legatees my daus. Barbary Wilson and Sarah Williams. Witt: William Dolby, Grace 'X' Elliot, Elizabeth 'X' Dodd. Probate: Sarah Williams qualified.2 
Will - Witnessed*4 April 1786Anne witnessed a will on 4 April 1786 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Mary 'X' Capper, Ann 'X' Phebin and Francis Goffigon witneseed the will of Joseph Freshwater.3 

Family

(-----) Fabian b. c 1730

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 270 (will of Thomas Wilson, wife Abigail).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Abigail Williams).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 486 (will of Joseph Freshwater).

Adah (of Thos) Wilson1

F, b. circa 1730
FatherThomas (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
MotherAbigail (94) Hunt1 b. c 1702, d. b 9 Dec 1760
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1730Adah (of Thos) Wilson was born circa 1730 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*13 September 1732Adah was named in her father's will on 13 September 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Wilson gave to son James 100 A. To my beloved wife Abigail. To my son Thomas. To my dau. Barbary £3. To dau. Adah £3. To dau. Anne £3. Wife resid. legatee and extrx. John Webb and Hillary Hunt to oversee. Witt: Hillary Hunt, George Hall, John [X] Webb.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 270 (will of Thomas Wilson, wife Abigail).

Barbary (of Thos) Wilson1

F, b. circa 1728, d. 11 July 1786
FatherThomas (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
MotherAbigail (94) Hunt1 b. c 1702, d. b 9 Dec 1760
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1728Barbary (of Thos) Wilson was born circa 1728 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*13 September 1732Barbary was named in her father's will on 13 September 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Wilson gave to son James 100 A. To my beloved wife Abigail. To my son Thomas. To my dau. Barbary £3. To dau. Adah £3. To dau. Anne £3. Wife resid. legatee and extrx. John Webb and Hillary Hunt to oversee. Witt: Hillary Hunt, George Hall, John [X] Webb.1 
Will - Mother's*23 October 1760Barbary was named in her mother's will on 23 October 1760 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Abigail Williams gave to dau. Sarah Williams oval table, kettle, cow and yearling, bed and furniture, and one old mare. To dau. Barbary Wilson one young mare, side saddle, and bed and furniture. To son Thomas Wilson one shilling. To dau. Anne Fabin one shilling. To grandson James Wilson one shilling. Resid. legatees my daus. Barbary Wilson and Sarah Williams. Witt: William Dolby, Grace 'X' Elliot, Elizabeth 'X' Dodd. Probate: Sarah Williams qualified.2 
Will*3 April 1786Barbary made a will on 3 April 1786 at Northampton Co, VA. In her Nuncup. will Miss Barbary Willson gave everything to Mr. Major Caple, and that is insufficient to pay him for his trouble and kindness to me. Witt: Peggy Garrison, Betty Roberts.3 
Death*11 July 1786She died on 11 July 1786 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that her will was proved.3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 270 (will of Thomas Wilson, wife Abigail).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Abigail Williams).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 486 (will of Miss Barbary Willson).

Thomas (of Thos) Wilson1

M, b. circa 1726, d. before 13 December 1770
FatherThomas (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
MotherAbigail (94) Hunt1 b. c 1702, d. b 9 Dec 1760
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited3 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1726Thomas (of Thos) Wilson was born circa 1726 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*13 September 1732Thomas was named in his father's will on 13 September 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Wilson gave to son James 100 A. To my beloved wife Abigail. To my son Thomas. To my dau. Barbary £3. To dau. Adah £3. To dau. Anne £3. Wife resid. legatee and extrx. John Webb and Hillary Hunt to oversee. Witt: Hillary Hunt, George Hall, John [X] Webb.1 
Land inherited*1732He inherited land in 1732 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. Thomas Wilson (wife Abigale) left his part of this tract to son James; he also had another son Thomas, who was in possession during the later part of the century, so James many have died without issue. This part was in the corner formed by the road and Dun Branch.2 
Marriage*circa 1750He married Mary (-----) circa 1750 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Will - Mother's*23 October 1760Thomas was named in his mother's will on 23 October 1760 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Abigail Williams gave to dau. Sarah Williams oval table, kettle, cow and yearling, bed and furniture, and one old mare. To dau. Barbary Wilson one young mare, side saddle, and bed and furniture. To son Thomas Wilson one shilling. To dau. Anne Fabin one shilling. To grandson James Wilson one shilling. Resid. legatees my daus. Barbary Wilson and Sarah Williams. Witt: William Dolby, Grace 'X' Elliot, Elizabeth 'X' Dodd. Probate: Sarah Williams qualified.4 
Will*26 November 1770Thomas made a will on 26 November 1770 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Wilson gave to dau. Anne Wilson linen wheel and 6 pewter plates. To wife Mary whole estate after debts are paid, and after her decease to be div. by all my children lawful of my body. Witt: Thomas Puel, David Jones. Probate: Walter Hyslop qualified.3 
Death*before 13 December 1770He died before 13 December 1770 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.3 

Family

Mary (-----) b. c 1726
Marriage*circa 1750He married Mary (-----) circa 1750 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Children 1.Ann Wilson3 b. c 1752
 2.(c/h of Thomas Wilson) Wilson3 b. c 1754

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 270 (will of Thomas Wilson, wife Abigail).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 102 (tract N17).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 419 (will of Thomas Wilson, wife Mary).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Abigail Williams).

James (of Thos) Wilson1

M, b. circa 1724, d. before 10 June 1788
FatherThomas (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
MotherAbigail (94) Hunt1 b. c 1702, d. b 9 Dec 1760
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited3 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1724James (of Thos) Wilson was born circa 1724 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*13 September 1732James was named in his father's will on 13 September 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Wilson gave to son James 100 A. To my beloved wife Abigail. To my son Thomas. To my dau. Barbary £3. To dau. Adah £3. To dau. Anne £3. Wife resid. legatee and extrx. John Webb and Hillary Hunt to oversee. Witt: Hillary Hunt, George Hall, John [X] Webb.1 
Land inherited*1732He inherited land in 1732 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. Thomas Wilson (wife Abigale) left his part of this tract to son James; he also had another son Thomas, who was in possession during the later part of the century, so James many have died without issue. This part was in the corner formed by the road and Dun Branch.2 
Marriage*circa 1750He married (-----) (-----) circa 1750 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Death*before 10 June 1788James (of Thos) Wilson died before 10 June 1788 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of James Wilson was granted to Thomas Wilson. Appraisers: Severn Nottingham, Nathaniel Goffigon, John Williams & John Nelson Sr.4 

Family

(-----) (-----) b. c 1725
Child 1.James (of James) Wilson3 b. c 1750

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 270 (will of Thomas Wilson, wife Abigail).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 102 (tract N17).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Abigail Williams).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 495 (adm of James Wilson to Thomas Wilson).

George (of Wm I) Monk1

M, b. circa 1707, d. July 1744
FatherWilliam Monk I1 b. c 1660, d. b 17 Jul 1716
MotherCatherine (-----)1 b. c 1670
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1707George (of Wm I) Monk was born circa 1707 at Accomack Co, VA.2,3,4 
Court - namd in suit*December 1725He was named in a lawsuit in December 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. Severn Eyre sues George Munk of Accomack Co for debt.5 
Tithable list*1726He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1726. He was shown as George Munke (age 16-21) listed under John Dolbe who was on Devrorax Godwin's list. (NOTE: Since this was his first time on the list, he could have recently turned 16, implying he was born circa 1710.)2 
Court - namd in suitJuly 1726He was named in a lawsuit in July 1726 at Northampton Co, VA. Gertrude Harmanson sues George Munk for 7 yards of linen and 30 pence per 210 lb tobacco.6 
Tithable list1727He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1727. He was shown as George Munk (age 16-21) listed under John Dolby who was on Matt. Harmanson's list.7 
Tithable list1728He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1728. He was shown as George Monke (age 21 or over, implying he was born c. 1707) listed next to John Dollock who was on Michael Crhistian's list. William Monke and John Sanderson were also on this list.3 
Tithable list1728He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1728. He was shown as George Monk (age 21 or over, implying he was born c. 1707) listed next to John Dolbe who was on John Haggoman & Robert Nottingham's list. Wm Monk with John Saners (age 16-21) listed under him, were about a page apart.4 
Tithable list1729He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1729. He was shown as George Munk (age 21 or over) listed next to John Isdell who was on John Haggoman & Clark Jacob's list. Wm Monk and John Sanderson were about a page apart.8 
Tax list*1729He was on the tax list in 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as George Munk (age 21 or over) listed next to John Isdell Michael Christian's list. William Monk and John Sanders were about a page apart.9 
Marriage*circa 1730He married Elizabeth (-----) circa 1730 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. After Jacob, the only son of the the eldest son Richard, died under age and without issue, the second eldest son John, entered on this land and died thereof seized, and after his death George Monk intermarried with his widow Elizabeth.10 
Tithable list1731George (of Wm I) Monk was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1731. He was shown as George Munk (age 21 or over). Under him was William Williams (age 16-21). Listed next to him was John Isdell with William Widgen (age 16-21) under him. They were on Michael Christian's list.11 
Court - nam in petit*April 1733He was named in a petition that was recorded in court records in April 1733 at Northampton Co, VA. George Monk petitions that he was chosen as guardian for Tabitha Wilson at the Feb Court. The said Monk requests an order for the estate which is now in the hands of Abigail Wilson.12 
Tithable list1734He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1734. He was shown as George Monk with Jacob Williams (age 16-21) under him. He was listed next to John Easdill (Isdell) who had
Agrull Easdill (age 16-21) under him. The were on Joseph Godwin's list.13 
Tax list1735He was on the tax list in 1735 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as George Monk (age 21 or over). He was listed next to John Esdill (Isdell) and Henry Warren who had Mathew Warren (age 16-21) under him. The were on Joseph Godwin's list.14 
Tithable list1735He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1735. He was shown as George Monk (age 21 or over). He was listed next to John Esdill (Isdell) and Henry Warren who had Mathew Warren (age 16-21) under him. The were on Joseph Godwin's list.14 
Tithable list1737He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1737. He was shown as George Monk. A page apart from him were William Monk, Howsen Mapp who had Nottingham Monk (age 16-21) under him and Negroes Harry, Sarah & Hannah under him. They were on Hillary Stringer's list.15 
Tithable list1738He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1738. He was shown as George Monk with John Nellson (age 16-21) under him. They were on Hillary Stringer's list.16 
Tithable list1739He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1739. He was shown as George Monk with Richard Sanders (age 16-21) under him. They were on Major Peter Bowdoin's list.17 
Tithable list1741He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1741. He was shown as Geo. Munk with Annabell Smith (age 16-21) under him. They were on John Custis's list.18 
Tithable list1742He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1742. He was shown as George Munk with Nottingham Munk (age 16-21) under him. They were on John Savage's list.19 
Tithable list1743He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1743. He was shown as George Munk with Thomas Warren (age 16-21) under him. (NOTE: Thomas Warren was his step-son and this implies he was born c. 1727.) They were on John Savage's list.20 
Will*9 March 1743/44George made a will on 9 March 1743/44 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will George Monk gave to my dau. Rachel. To dau. Mary. To son Jacob my sword. To my dau. Easther. To son Isaac. To Thomas Warren one cow in lieu of one his father gave him. To Sarah Warren one cow in lieu of one her father gave her. Matthew Warren extr. My five children to be bound as the law directs. Witt: John Marshall, Matthew [X] Warren, Mary [X] Wedgen, Frances Warren.1 
Death*July 1744He died in July 1744 at Northampton Co, VA. George Monk survived his said wife Elizabeth until the month of July next following.1 
Will - Recorded*14 August 1744George's will was recorded on 14 August 1744 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.1 
Land cause*8 October 1745He was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict: That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was at the time of his death seized of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5 devised the said premises to his son Richard Partick, to him and his heirs forever, by the name of the Homeset Plantation, and soon after died; that the said Richard, the elder, had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the said Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Ursula intermarried with Argol Warren, who after the death of the said Richard entered into the said premises as appears by a verdict heretofor found in a cause between the now defendant plaintiff, and George Monk, defendant, and that they had issue Hernry, their eldest son who survived the said Argol and Ursula, which said verdict is in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren Warren, Plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for 200 acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue, a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ------ and returned the following verdict: We of the Jury find that Richard Patrick the elder was possessed of the premises in fee; that by the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, dated 16 February, 1674, he devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset plantation on Governor Hawly's Creek; that after the death of the said Richard Sr., his son Richard, was possessed of the premises; that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by deed dated 17 November 1683, conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr. & Elizabeth, his wife; that the said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor's Hawly's Creek, above 49 acres; that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr. to his son Richard as aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren, dated 18 November 1725; that the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; We also fin that the plantation in question is the same devised by Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick Jr., and the same land conveyed by the said Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will of John Warren Sr., to his son Henry the lessor. That Richard Patrick Sr., had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula; that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next, Ursula after Agnes and that the said Elizabeth survived them all; that John Warren Sr., late of the aforesaid County, intermarried with the said Elizabeth by whom he had three sons, Richard, John and Henry, the lessor; that Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized, and after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the second son John, who is now living; that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died in or about the year 1724; and Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the said Ursula immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the said Homeset Plantation, and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; that there was a division between the said Argol & John the elder of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part whereof the said Argol was possessed, he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren &c. - That the said Ursula died in or about the year 1709, and that the said Argol survived her about 18 years and then died, and after the death of the said Argol the said Henry, his son, entered into the premises and was thereof seized, and being so seized the said Henry departed this life in or about the year 1732, having first made his last will and testament, dated 9 Dec 1732, whereby he devised the said premises to his brother Matthew Warren, the plaintiff, by the description of 200 acres; that the plaintiff by virtue of the said devise entered upon the premises and held possession until the time in the declaration mentioned when the defendant entered in and upon the possession of the premises; that the plaintiff and those under whom he claims, have had the quiet and peaceable possession of the premises from the year 1674 till the entry made by the defendant as aforesaid; was also find a deed from the said Richard Patrick Jr., the devisee of the said Richard Patrick Sr., to a certain John Warren and his wife, dated 7 November 1683, in which he devised his whole estate of land and which was left to him by the last will of his father, Richard Patrick deceased. We also find John Warren's will, dated 18 November 1725, in which he devised his interest in the tract called Homeset plantation to his son Henry Warren and his heirs; we also find that the Henry Warren in the said will mentioned is the defendant, and also that the place where the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed was on the land the said Richard Patrick granted and made over to the defendant's father and mother, and that the plaintiff has two brothers older than himself now living who have each of them several children also now living &c.21 
Land cause8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.22 

Family

Elizabeth (-----) b. c 1700, d. b 9 Mar 1744
Marriage*circa 1730He married Elizabeth (-----) circa 1730 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. After Jacob, the only son of the the eldest son Richard, died under age and without issue, the second eldest son John, entered on this land and died thereof seized, and after his death George Monk intermarried with his widow Elizabeth.10 
Children 1.Rachel (of Geo) Monk1 b. c 1731
 2.Mary (of Geo) Monk1 b. c 1733
 3.Jacob (of Geo) Monk1 b. 1735, d. b 12 Feb 1771
 4.Esther (of Geo) Monk1 b. c 1737
 5.Isaac (of Geo) Monk1 b. c 1739

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 314 (will of George Monk, Matthew Warren Extr).
  2. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 105.
  3. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 137.
  4. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 163 & 164.
  5. [S878] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases 1628-1731, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume I, p. 121.
  6. [S878] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases 1628-1731, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume I, p. 133.
  7. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 128.
  8. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 193 & 194.
  9. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 197 & 198.
  10. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 44.
  11. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 225.
  12. [S877] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases, 1732-1744/5, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume II, p. 17 (George Monk petition).
  13. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 241.
  14. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 250.
  15. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 259 & 260.
  16. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 281.
  17. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 287.
  18. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 323.
  19. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 339.
  20. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 355.
  21. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  22. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).

(-----) (-----)1

F, b. circa 1700
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1700(-----) (-----) was born circa 1700.1 
Marriage*circa 1720She married Thomas (of James) Wilson, son of James Wilson and (-----) (-----), circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1720 As of circa 1720,her married name was Wilson. 

Family

Thomas (of James) Wilson b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
Child 1.Tabitha Wilson1 b. c 1720

Citations

  1. [S877] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases, 1732-1744/5, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume II, p. 17 (George Monk petition).

Tabitha Wilson1

F, b. circa 1720
FatherThomas (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1700
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1720Tabitha Wilson was born circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Court - nam in petit*April 1733She was named in a petition that was recorded in court records in April 1733 at Northampton Co, VA. George Monk petitions that he was chosen as guardian for Tabitha Wilson at the Feb Court. The said Monk requests an order for the estate which is now in the hands of Abigail Wilson.1 

Citations

  1. [S877] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases, 1732-1744/5, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume II, p. 17 (George Monk petition).

(-----) Fabian1

M, b. circa 1730
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited14 May 2017
Birth*circa 1730(-----) Fabian was born circa 1730 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1755He married Anne (of Thos) Wilson, daughter of Thomas (of James) Wilson and Abigail (94) Hunt, circa 1755 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

Anne (of Thos) Wilson b. c 1732

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Abigail Williams).

James Wilson1

M, b. circa 1675, d. before 17 May 1720
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1675James Wilson was born circa 1675.1 
Marriage*circa 1700He married (-----) (-----) circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Land bought*1705James Wilson bought land in 1705 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. William and Ann Willett sold 300 acres of this tract to James Wilson. This was south of Bowdoin and extended along the seaside road to Dun Branch.2 
Marriage*circa 1715He married Mary (-----) circa 1715 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will*27 April 1720James made a will on 27 April 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Willson gave to his three sons Thomas, James and William 300 A. to be eq. div., and for want of their heirs that son's part to my son John. My son James to have the 100 A. where I now live, my son Thomas where he is now, and my son William in the woods. My loving wife Mary and her children resid. legatees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Susannah Bowden, William Willett, John Stratton.1 
Death*before 17 May 1720He died before 17 May 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.1 
Land left*1720He left land in 1720 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. In 1720 James Wilson (wife Mary) left 100 acres each to sons James, Thomas & William, James to have the home place, presumably on the road.2 

Family 1

(-----) (-----) b. c 1675
Marriage*circa 1700He married (-----) (-----) circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Children 1.Thomas (of James) Wilson+1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
 2.James (of James) Wilson+1 b. c 1702, d. b 14 Dec 1725
 3.William (of James) Wilson+1 b. c 1704, d. b 14 Feb 1764
 4.John (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1706

Family 2

Mary (-----) b. c 1675
Marriage*circa 1715James Wilson married Mary (-----) circa 1715 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 101 (tract N17).

(-----) (-----)1

F, b. circa 1675
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1675(-----) (-----) was born circa 1675.1 
Marriage*circa 1700She married James Wilson circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1700 As of circa 1700,her married name was Wilson. 

Family

James Wilson b. c 1675, d. b 17 May 1720
Children 1.Thomas (of James) Wilson+1 b. c 1700, d. b 12 Dec 1732
 2.James (of James) Wilson+1 b. c 1702, d. b 14 Dec 1725
 3.William (of James) Wilson+1 b. c 1704, d. b 14 Feb 1764
 4.John (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1706

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).

James (of James) Wilson1

M, b. circa 1702, d. before 14 December 1725
FatherJames Wilson1 b. c 1675, d. b 17 May 1720
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1702James (of James) Wilson was born circa 1702 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1720He married Ann (-----) circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Will - Father's*27 April 1720James was named in his father's will on 27 April 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Willson gave to his three sons Thomas, James and William 300 A. to be eq. div., and for want of their heirs that son's part to my son John. My son James to have the 100 A. where I now live, my son Thomas where he is now, and my son William in the woods. My loving wife Mary and her children resid. legatees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Susannah Bowden, William Willett, John Stratton.1 
Land inherited*1720He inherited land in 1720 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. In 1720 James Wilson (wife Mary) left 100 acres each to sons James, Thomas & William, James to have the home place, presumably on the road.3 
Will*8 November 1725James made a will on 8 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Wilson gave to dau. Hannah Wilson the plantation whereon I now live, but in case my wife should have a boy then the aforesaid plantation to him. To my friend John Webb, Jr. My loving wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. My brother Thomas Wilson and John Stratton to oversee. Witt: John Stratton, Thomas Wilson, Robert 'W' Warren. Probate: According to the body of the will, the signature, and the liber index, the name of the testator is James Wilson. But the proof shows Thomas Wilson.2 
Death*before 14 December 1725He died before 14 December 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.2 
Land left*1725He left land in 1725 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. James Wilson (wife Ann) left to an unborn child if a son, otherwise to a daughter Hannah. Northing further was found, except that in later bounds of adjacent land, the owner of this was given as Hannah Wilson. In some undetermined manner this land was acquired by the Bowdoin family.4 

Family

Ann (-----) b. c 1700
Marriage*circa 1720He married Ann (-----) circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Child 1.Hannah Wilson2 b. c 1722

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of James Wilson, wife Ann).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 101 (tract N17).
  4. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 102 (tract N17).

William (of James) Wilson1

M, b. circa 1704, d. before 14 February 1764
FatherJames Wilson1 b. c 1675, d. b 17 May 1720
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1704William (of James) Wilson was born circa 1704 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*27 April 1720William was named in his father's will on 27 April 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Willson gave to his three sons Thomas, James and William 300 A. to be eq. div., and for want of their heirs that son's part to my son John. My son James to have the 100 A. where I now live, my son Thomas where he is now, and my son William in the woods. My loving wife Mary and her children resid. legatees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Susannah Bowden, William Willett, John Stratton.1 
Land inherited*1720He inherited land in 1720 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. In 1720 James Wilson (wife Mary) left 100 acres each to sons James, Thomas & William, James to have the home place, presumably on the road.2 
Marriage*circa 1730He married Leah (-----) circa 1730 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Will*14 December 1763William made a will on 14 December 1763 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Williams Wilson directed son Littleton to pay £31 debt to William Benthall that I was bound for, or else as much land sold as will pay it. To my wife all my estate during her widowhood and then to be eq. div. by her and all my children. Wife Leah and son Littleton extrs. Witt: William Holland, John 'X' Wilson, Anne 'O' Benthall.3 
Death*before 14 February 1764He died before 14 February 1764 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.3 
Land left*1764He left land in 1764 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. William Wilson (wife Leah) did not mention the land in his will, but he was succeeded by a son Littleton. 1766 Littleton Wilson had sold two thirds of the land to John Bowdoin by a General Court deed and Leah now sold him her dower interest in the balance. In 1764 however, Littleton & Esther Wilson had already sold the reversion interest in the third to William Benthall, so Bowdoin held title to it only during the live of Leah.4 

Family

Leah (-----) b. c 1710
Marriage*circa 1730He married Leah (-----) circa 1730 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Children 1.Littleton (of Wm) Wilson3 b. c 1732, d. b 13 Jan 1784
 2.(c/o Wm & Leah) Wilson3 b. c 1735

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 101 (tract N17).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 400 (will of Williams Wilson, wife Leah).
  4. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 102 (tract N17).

John (of James) Wilson1

M, b. circa 1706
FatherJames Wilson1 b. c 1675, d. b 17 May 1720
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1706John (of James) Wilson was born circa 1706 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*27 April 1720John was named in his father's will on 27 April 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Willson gave to his three sons Thomas, James and William 300 A. to be eq. div., and for want of their heirs that son's part to my son John. My son James to have the 100 A. where I now live, my son Thomas where he is now, and my son William in the woods. My loving wife Mary and her children resid. legatees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Susannah Bowden, William Willett, John Stratton.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).

Mary (-----)1

F, b. circa 1675
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1675Mary (-----) was born circa 1675.1 
Marriage*circa 1700She married (-----) (-----) circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1715Mary (-----) married James Wilson circa 1715 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1715 As of circa 1715,her married name was Wilson. 
Will - Husb's*27 April 1720Mary was named in her husband's will on 27 April 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Willson gave to his three sons Thomas, James and William 300 A. to be eq. div., and for want of their heirs that son's part to my son John. My son James to have the 100 A. where I now live, my son Thomas where he is now, and my son William in the woods. My loving wife Mary and her children resid. legatees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Susannah Bowden, William Willett, John Stratton.1 

Family 1

(-----) (-----) b. c 1675, d. b 1715
Child 1.(c/o Mary's 1st marriage) (-----)1 b. c 1702

Family 2

James Wilson b. c 1675, d. b 17 May 1720

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).

(-----) (-----)1

M, b. circa 1675, d. before 1715
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1675(-----) (-----) was born circa 1675.1 
Marriage*circa 1700He married Mary (-----) circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*before 1715(-----) (-----) died before 1715 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

Mary (-----) b. c 1675
Child 1.(c/o Mary's 1st marriage) (-----)1 b. c 1702

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).

(c/o Mary's 1st marriage) (-----)1

?, b. circa 1702
Father(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1675, d. b 1715
MotherMary (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1702(c/o Mary's 1st marriage) (-----) was born circa 1702 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Step Father*27 April 1720 An unknown person was named in the will of an unknown person step-father on 27 April 1720 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Willson gave to his three sons Thomas, James and William 300 A. to be eq. div., and for want of their heirs that son's part to my son John. My son James to have the 100 A. where I now live, my son Thomas where he is now, and my son William in the woods. My loving wife Mary and her children resid. legatees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Susannah Bowden, William Willett, John Stratton.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 229 (will of James Willison, wife Mary).

(-----) (-----)1

F, b. circa 1725
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1725(-----) (-----) was born circa 1725 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1750She married James (of Thos) Wilson, son of Thomas (of James) Wilson and Abigail (94) Hunt, circa 1750 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1750 As of circa 1750,her married name was Wilson. 

Family

James (of Thos) Wilson b. c 1724, d. b 10 Jun 1788
Child 1.James (of James) Wilson1 b. c 1750

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Abigail Williams).

James (of James) Wilson1

M, b. circa 1750
FatherJames (of Thos) Wilson1 b. c 1724, d. b 10 Jun 1788
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1725
ChartsDescendants of John Fisher (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Charlemagne (741-813, King of the Franks & Holy Roman Emperor of the West)
Last Edited2 Jan 2017
Birth*circa 1750James (of James) Wilson was born circa 1750 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Grmoth's*23 October 1760James was named in his grandmother's will on 23 October 1760 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Abigail Williams gave to dau. Sarah Williams oval table, kettle, cow and yearling, bed and furniture, and one old mare. To dau. Barbary Wilson one young mare, side saddle, and bed and furniture. To son Thomas Wilson one shilling. To dau. Anne Fabin one shilling. To grandson James Wilson one shilling. Resid. legatees my daus. Barbary Wilson and Sarah Williams. Witt: William Dolby, Grace 'X' Elliot, Elizabeth 'X' Dodd. Probate: Sarah Williams qualified.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Abigail Williams).