Charles Hopkins1

M, b. circa 1730
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1730Charles Hopkins was born circa 1730 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Will - Father-in-law*15 September 1761Charles was named in his father-in-law's will on 15 September 1761 at Somerset Co, MD. In his will James Weatherly gave to sons James, Charles and Jessey Weatherly all my lands as follows. To son James plantation where I now live called Cedar Landing. To son Charles plantation where Joseph Tully now lives adjacent to aforesaid. To son Joseph part of Weatherlys Lott. To son Jessey lands beginning at upper Wadding PLace on Rewastico Creek called Weatherly's Lott. To children Eleanor, Mary, Sarah, James and Charles, slaves. To son-in-law Charles Hopkins slaves. I give Daniel Rodes half the survey I made upon Nanticoke River. Friend Beauchamp Hull may have custody of son Charles to learn the trade of ship carpenter until age 21. Friend Joseph Weatherly, Extr, to have educating of sons James & Jessey. Witt: Jno. Weatherly, Joseph Husk, Joseph Parramore & William Nutter.1 
Est Settm't F-in-law*24 June 1765He was named in the settlement of his father-in-law's estate on 24 June 1765 at Somerset Co, MD. Distribution of the estate of James Weatherly showed legatees: Eleanor (dau.), Mary (dau.), Sarah (dau.), James (son), Charles (son), Jesse (child), & Charles Hopkins. Residue to 6 unnamed children. Extr. Joseph Weatherly.2 

Citations

  1. [S2152] Ruth T. Dryden, Somerset County, Maryland, Will Book 1750-1772, p. 24 (will of James Weatherly, no wife).
  2. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

Mary Weatherly1

F, b. circa 1756
FatherJames Weatherly III1 b. c 1716, d. b 6 Oct 1761
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1725
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1756Mary Weatherly was born circa 1756 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Est Settm't Father's*24 June 1765She was named in the settlement of her father's estate on 24 June 1765 at Somerset Co, MD. Distribution of the estate of James Weatherly showed legatees: Eleanor (dau.), Mary (dau.), Sarah (dau.), James (son), Charles (son), Jesse (child), & Charles Hopkins. Residue to 6 unnamed children. Extr. Joseph Weatherly.1 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

Robert Twilley1

M, b. circa 1710
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1710Robert Twilley was born circa 1710 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Marriage*9 April 1732He married Anne Weatherly, daughter of James Weatherly II and Elizabeth Robertson, on 9 April 1732 at Somerset Co, MD.1 

Family

Anne Weatherly b. c 1718
Children 1.James Twilley1 b. 16 Jan 1733
 2.Elizabeth Twilley1 b. 9 Aug 1735
 3.Robert Twilley1 b. 20 Feb 1738

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

James Twilley1

M, b. 16 January 1733
FatherRobert Twilley1 b. c 1710
MotherAnne Weatherly1 b. c 1718
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*16 January 1733James Twilley was born on 16 January 1733 at Stepney Parish, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

Elizabeth Twilley1

F, b. 9 August 1735
FatherRobert Twilley1 b. c 1710
MotherAnne Weatherly1 b. c 1718
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*9 August 1735Elizabeth Twilley was born on 9 August 1735 at Stepney Parish, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

Robert Twilley1

M, b. 20 February 1738
FatherRobert Twilley1 b. c 1710
MotherAnne Weatherly1 b. c 1718
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*20 February 1738Robert Twilley was born on 20 February 1738 at Stepney Parish, Somerset Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

Jane (-----)1

F, b. circa 1716
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1716Jane (-----) was born circa 1716 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Marriage*circa 1737She married John Weatherly, son of James Weatherly II and Elizabeth Robertson, circa 1737 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Married Namecirca 1737 As of circa 1737,her married name was Weatherly. 

Family

John Weatherly b. c 1714
Child 1.Arthur Weatherly1 b. 30 Mar 1738

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

Arthur Weatherly1

M, b. 30 March 1738
FatherJohn Weatherly1 b. c 1714
MotherJane (-----)1 b. c 1716
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*30 March 1738Arthur Weatherly was born on 30 March 1738 at Somerset Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

James Dryden1

M, b. 30 December 1754
FatherJonathan Dryden1 b. 11 Sep 1730, d. b 23 May 1769
MotherRachel Weatherly1 b. c 1730
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*30 December 1754James Dryden was born on 30 December 1754 at Coventry Parish, Somerset Co, MD.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S297] Leslie Powell Dryden, Dryden Family and Descendants Book I, p. 79 (item#148 James Dryden).
  2. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 265 (Weatherly Family).

Matthew Dorman II1

M, b. 13 February 1678
FatherMatthew Dorman I1 b. c 1648, d. 16 Sep 1692
MotherPhillippa Gillman1 b. c 1650
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*13 February 1678Matthew Dorman II was born on 13 February 1678 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*31 August 1692Matthew was named in his father's will on 31 August 1692 at Somerset Co, MD. In his will Matthew Dorman gave to son Henry tracts Elliott's Improvements and Turkey Ridge. To son John land. To son Matthew tract Dorman's Purchase and part of Nelson's Choice. To daughter Sarah personalty. To wife Phillis Extr, dwelling plantation until youngest child is of age, the said plantation to be divided among wife and all my children equally. Witt: John Browne, Roger Burkum & Henry Philips. It was proved 16 Jan 1692/93.2 
Marriage*circa 1700He married Frances Disharoon, daughter of Michael Disharoon I and Jane (-----), circa 1700 at Somerset Co, MD.3 

Family

Frances Disharoon b. 1 Nov 1681

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 110 (John Dorman Family).
  2. [S2065] Vernon L. Skinner Jr., Other Wills in the Prerogative Court for Someret & Worcester Counties, MD 1664-1775, p. 5 (will of Matthew Dorman, wife Phillis).
  3. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 112 (John Dorman Family).

Esther Dorman1

F, b. 16 April 1682
FatherMatthew Dorman I1 b. c 1648, d. 16 Sep 1692
MotherPhillippa Gillman1 b. c 1650
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*16 April 1682Esther Dorman was born on 16 April 1682 at Somerset Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 110 (John Dorman Family).

John (of Matthew) Dorman1

M, b. 7 October 1687
FatherMatthew Dorman I1 b. c 1648, d. 16 Sep 1692
MotherPhillippa Gillman1 b. c 1650
Last Edited12 Nov 2018
Birth*7 October 1687John (of Matthew) Dorman was born on 7 October 1687 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*31 August 1692John was named in his father's will on 31 August 1692 at Somerset Co, MD. In his will Matthew Dorman gave to son Henry tracts Elliott's Improvements and Turkey Ridge. To son John land. To son Matthew tract Dorman's Purchase and part of Nelson's Choice. To daughter Sarah personalty. To wife Phillis Extr, dwelling plantation until youngest child is of age, the said plantation to be divided among wife and all my children equally. Witt: John Browne, Roger Burkum & Henry Philips. It was proved 16 Jan 1692/93.2 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 110 (John Dorman Family).
  2. [S2065] Vernon L. Skinner Jr., Other Wills in the Prerogative Court for Someret & Worcester Counties, MD 1664-1775, p. 5 (will of Matthew Dorman, wife Phillis).

Henry Dorman1

M, b. circa 1673
FatherMatthew Dorman I1 b. c 1648, d. 16 Sep 1692
MotherPhillippa Gillman1 b. c 1650
Last Edited13 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1673Henry Dorman was born circa 1673 at Somerset Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*31 August 1692Henry was named in his father's will on 31 August 1692 at Somerset Co, MD. In his will Matthew Dorman gave to son Henry tracts Elliott's Improvements and Turkey Ridge. To son John land. To son Matthew tract Dorman's Purchase and part of Nelson's Choice. To daughter Sarah personalty. To wife Phillis Extr, dwelling plantation until youngest child is of age, the said plantation to be divided among wife and all my children equally. Witt: John Browne, Roger Burkum & Henry Philips. It was proved 16 Jan 1692/93.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S2199] Henry C. Peden Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, p. 111 (John Dorman Family).
  2. [S2065] Vernon L. Skinner Jr., Other Wills in the Prerogative Court for Someret & Worcester Counties, MD 1664-1775, p. 5 (will of Matthew Dorman, wife Phillis).

George Lewis1

M, b. circa 1814
FatherIsaachar Lewis1 b. c 1790
MotherHannah Rogers Tankard1 b. 11 Oct 1793, d. b 9 Sep 1822
ChartsDescendants of William Jones (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of John Tankard (Gentleman, Esquire, Marionville)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited13 Oct 2018
Birth*circa 1814George Lewis was born circa 1814 at Northamton Co, VA.1 
Land cause*9 August 1824He was named in a land cause on 9 August 1824 at Northampton Co, VA. On 9 August 1824, the plaintiffs in the 9 Sep 1822 cause (Read, et ux, et al, vs N.B. Turner and Nancy, his wife) filed a new suit for sale and divison, as follows: The bill of complaint of Edmund Read and Nancy, his wife, William Henderson and Catharine, his wife, William Wyatt and Peggy, his wife, George L.E. Tankard, Peggy Turner, William Pettit and Fanny, his wife, formerly Fanny Tankard, Mary Tankard, Anne Lewer and George Lewer, infants, by George L. Tankard, their next friend (guardian) humbly showath unto your worships: That a certain Tabitha Turner departed this life in or about the year 1812, being at the time seized in fee simple of a tract of land containing, by estimation 96 acres, situate on Occohannock Creek in this County, adjoining the lands of James S. Turner and others, and subject to a life estate in a certain Joshua Turner as tenant by the curtesy. That the said Joshua Turner departed this life sometime in the year 1821, and upon his death your orators and oratrixes are advised that the said tract of land became subject to division among the heirs at law of the said Tabitha Turner. That the following persons are the heirs at law of the said Tabitha Turner, viz: Your oratrix Nancy B. Read, her daughter; Margaret Turner, her daughter; your oratrix Catharine Henderson, her granddaughter, being the only child of her dec'd daughter, Sally Michael, formerly Sally Turner; also your oratrix Margaret Wyatt, the wife of William Wyatt, George L. Tankard, Fanny Pettit, formerly Fanny Tankard, Mary Tankard and George and Ann Lewer, the only children of Hannah Lewer, formerly Hannah Tankard, the said Margaret, George L., Fanny, Mary and Hannah Tankard being the only children of Zilla Tankard, formerly Zilla Turner, a daughter of the said Tabitha Turner. The said Tabitha Turner also left one granddaughter Elizabeth Kellam, the wife of Samuel Kellam, the only child of Comfort Dowing, dec'd, Comfort Turner, a daughter of the said Tabitha Turner; the said Tabitha Turner also left one son Nathaniel Turner.1 

Citations

  1. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 109-110 (Read, et ux, et al vs. N.B. Turner & Nancy his wife).

John Read (Reade)1

M, b. circa 1650, d. before 30 November 1696
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1650John Read (Reade) was born circa 1650.1 
Marriage*circa 1675He married Hannah (-----) circa 1675 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Land bought*1676John Read (Reade) bought land in 1676 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, MD. John and Rebecca Thomson sold this 150 acre tract to John Read.2 
Will*3 March 1695/96John made a will on 3 March 1695/96 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Reade gave to son John and my son Major my 115 A. at Guilford Creek to be eq. div., but if either dies in his minority then the survivor to take whole plantation. To my sonJohn Read (Reade) Thomas and Ismael the plantation I now live upon to be eq. div., and if either dies in his minority the survivor to enjoy the whole. To my loving wife Hannah Reade during her widowhood all my remaining estate, and then to be div. by my wife and two daus. Mary and Hannah. Wife extrx. Witt: (Capt.) Obedience Johnson, John Marshall, Temperence [TJ] Johnson. [Note: By 1700 Joseph Lalor had married the widow of John Reade.]1 
Death*before 30 November 1696He died before 30 November 1696 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.1 
Land left*1696He left land in 1696 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, VA. John Reade (wife Hannah) left his land to his sons Thomas and Ishmael, after providing in other ways for his eldest son and heir-at-law John. In spite of that, in 1731 the son John Reed of Somerset sold his right to the revision interest in the land to Joseph Backwell of Dorset (Dorchester Co, MD). In 1748 a suit was brought to upset that sale, on the contention that although Ishmael had died without issue, it was not until after the death of his brother Thomas, who had reached h is age of 21 and had issue before his decease. The issue was a daughter Sarah who married Andrew Turner and they recovered the land. Apparently they disposed of more acreage then called for by the patent.2 
Land cause*12 April 1748He was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at Northampton Co, VA. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.3 

Family

Hannah (-----) b. c 1650
Marriage*circa 1675He married Hannah (-----) circa 1675 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Children 1.John Read (Reade)1 b. c 1676
 2.Major Read (Reade)1 b. c 1678
 3.Thomas Read (Reade)+1 b. c 1680, d. b 13 Dec 1722
 4.Ismael Read1 b. c 1682, d. c 1700
 5.Mary Read (Reade)1 b. c 1684
 6.Hannah Read (Reade)1 b. c 1686

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 155 (will of John Reade, wife Hannah).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 525 (tract N114).
  3. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

Hannah (-----)1

F, b. circa 1650
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1650Hannah (-----) was born circa 1650.1 
Marriage*circa 1675She married John Read (Reade) circa 1675 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1675 As of circa 1675,her married name was Read. 
Will - Husb's*3 March 1695/96Hannah was named in her husband's will on 3 March 1695/96 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Reade gave to son John and my son Major my 115 A. at Guilford Creek to be eq. div., but if either dies in his minority then the survivor to take whole plantation. To my sonHannah (-----) Thomas and Ismael the plantation I now live upon to be eq. div., and if either dies in his minority the survivor to enjoy the whole. To my loving wife Hannah Reade during her widowhood all my remaining estate, and then to be div. by my wife and two daus. Mary and Hannah. Wife extrx. Witt: (Capt.) Obedience Johnson, John Marshall, Temperence [TJ] Johnson. [Note: By 1700 Joseph Lalor had married the widow of John Reade.]1 
Marriage*before 1700She married Joseph Laylor, son of Nicholas Laylor and Jacominte (-----), before 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namebefore 1700 As of before 1700,her married name was Laylor. 
Death*Hannah (-----) died at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Land cause*12 April 1748She was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at Northampton Co, VA. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.2 

Family 1

John Read (Reade) b. c 1650, d. b 30 Nov 1696
Marriage*circa 1675She married John Read (Reade) circa 1675 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Children 1.John Read (Reade)1 b. c 1676
 2.Major Read (Reade)1 b. c 1678
 3.Thomas Read (Reade)+1 b. c 1680, d. b 13 Dec 1722
 4.Ismael Read1 b. c 1682, d. c 1700
 5.Mary Read (Reade)1 b. c 1684
 6.Hannah Read (Reade)1 b. c 1686

Family 2

Joseph Laylor b. c 1676
Marriage*before 1700Hannah (-----) married Joseph Laylor, son of Nicholas Laylor and Jacominte (-----), before 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 155 (will of John Reade, wife Hannah).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

John Read (Reade)1

M, b. circa 1676
FatherJohn Read (Reade)1 b. c 1650, d. b 30 Nov 1696
MotherHannah (-----)1 b. c 1650
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1676John Read (Reade) was born circa 1676 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*3 March 1695/96John was named in his father's will on 3 March 1695/96 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Reade gave to son John and my son Major my 115 A. at Guilford Creek to be eq. div., but if either dies in his minority then the survivor to take whole plantation. To my sonJohn Read (Reade) Thomas and Ismael the plantation I now live upon to be eq. div., and if either dies in his minority the survivor to enjoy the whole. To my loving wife Hannah Reade during her widowhood all my remaining estate, and then to be div. by my wife and two daus. Mary and Hannah. Wife extrx. Witt: (Capt.) Obedience Johnson, John Marshall, Temperence [TJ] Johnson. [Note: By 1700 Joseph Lalor had married the widow of John Reade.]1 
Land sold*29 January 1730/31He sold land on 29 January 1730/31 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, VA. John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, sold 150 acres in Nassawadox Neck, Northampton County, VA, to Joseph Blackwell of Dosset (Dochester) County, MD.2 
Land cause*12 April 1748He was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at Northampton Co, VA. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 155 (will of John Reade, wife Hannah).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

Major Read (Reade)1

M, b. circa 1678
FatherJohn Read (Reade)1 b. c 1650, d. b 30 Nov 1696
MotherHannah (-----)1 b. c 1650
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1678Major Read (Reade) was born circa 1678 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*3 March 1695/96Major was named in his father's will on 3 March 1695/96 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Reade gave to son John and my son Major my 115 A. at Guilford Creek to be eq. div., but if either dies in his minority then the survivor to take whole plantation. To my sonMajor Read (Reade) Thomas and Ismael the plantation I now live upon to be eq. div., and if either dies in his minority the survivor to enjoy the whole. To my loving wife Hannah Reade during her widowhood all my remaining estate, and then to be div. by my wife and two daus. Mary and Hannah. Wife extrx. Witt: (Capt.) Obedience Johnson, John Marshall, Temperence [TJ] Johnson. [Note: By 1700 Joseph Lalor had married the widow of John Reade.]1 
Land cause*12 April 1748He was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at Northampton Co, VA. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 155 (will of John Reade, wife Hannah).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

Ismael Read1

M, b. circa 1682, d. circa 1700
FatherJohn Read (Reade)1 b. c 1650, d. b 30 Nov 1696
MotherHannah (-----)1 b. c 1650
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1682Ismael Read was born circa 1682 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*3 March 1695/96Ismael was named in his father's will on 3 March 1695/96 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Reade gave to son John and my son Major my 115 A. at Guilford Creek to be eq. div., but if either dies in his minority then the survivor to take whole plantation. To my sonIsmael Read Thomas and Ismael the plantation I now live upon to be eq. div., and if either dies in his minority the survivor to enjoy the whole. To my loving wife Hannah Reade during her widowhood all my remaining estate, and then to be div. by my wife and two daus. Mary and Hannah. Wife extrx. Witt: (Capt.) Obedience Johnson, John Marshall, Temperence [TJ] Johnson. [Note: By 1700 Joseph Lalor had married the widow of John Reade.]1 
Land inherited*1696He inherited land in 1696 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, VA. John Reade (wife Hannah) left his land to his sons Thomas and Ishmael, after providing in other ways for his eldest son and heir-at-law John. In spite of that, in 1731 the son John Reed of Somerset sold his right to the revision interest in the land to Joseph Backwell of Dorset (Dorchester Co, MD). In 1748 a suit was brought to upset that sale, on the contention that although Ishmael had died without issue, it was not until after the death of his brother Thomas, who had reached h is age of 21 and had issue before his decease. The issue was a daughter Sarah who married Andrew Turner and they recovered the land. Apparently they disposed of more acreage then called for by the patent.2 
Death*circa 1700He died circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.3,2 
Land cause*12 April 1748He was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at Northampton Co, VA. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 155 (will of John Reade, wife Hannah).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 525 (tract N114).
  3. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

Mary Read (Reade)1

F, b. circa 1684
FatherJohn Read (Reade)1 b. c 1650, d. b 30 Nov 1696
MotherHannah (-----)1 b. c 1650
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1684Mary Read (Reade) was born circa 1684 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*3 March 1695/96Mary was named in her father's will on 3 March 1695/96 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Reade gave to son John and my son Major my 115 A. at Guilford Creek to be eq. div., but if either dies in his minority then the survivor to take whole plantation. To my sonMary Read (Reade) Thomas and Ismael the plantation I now live upon to be eq. div., and if either dies in his minority the survivor to enjoy the whole. To my loving wife Hannah Reade during her widowhood all my remaining estate, and then to be div. by my wife and two daus. Mary and Hannah. Wife extrx. Witt: (Capt.) Obedience Johnson, John Marshall, Temperence [TJ] Johnson. [Note: By 1700 Joseph Lalor had married the widow of John Reade.]1 
Land cause*12 April 1748She was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at Northampton Co, VA. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 155 (will of John Reade, wife Hannah).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

Hannah Read (Reade)1

F, b. circa 1686
FatherJohn Read (Reade)1 b. c 1650, d. b 30 Nov 1696
MotherHannah (-----)1 b. c 1650
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1686Hannah Read (Reade) was born circa 1686 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*3 March 1695/96Hannah was named in her father's will on 3 March 1695/96 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Reade gave to son John and my son Major my 115 A. at Guilford Creek to be eq. div., but if either dies in his minority then the survivor to take whole plantation. To my sonHannah Read (Reade) Thomas and Ismael the plantation I now live upon to be eq. div., and if either dies in his minority the survivor to enjoy the whole. To my loving wife Hannah Reade during her widowhood all my remaining estate, and then to be div. by my wife and two daus. Mary and Hannah. Wife extrx. Witt: (Capt.) Obedience Johnson, John Marshall, Temperence [TJ] Johnson. [Note: By 1700 Joseph Lalor had married the widow of John Reade.]1 
Land cause*12 April 1748She was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at Northampton Co, VA. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 155 (will of John Reade, wife Hannah).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

Joseph Blackwell1

M, b. circa 1700
Last Edited15 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1700Joseph Blackwell was born circa 1700 at Dorchester Co, MD.1 
Land bought*29 January 1730/31He bought land on 29 January 1730/31 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Dorchester Co, MD. John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, sold 150 acres in Nassawadox Neck, Northampton County, VA, to Joseph Blackwell of Dosset (Dochester) County, MD.1 
Land cause*12 April 1748He was named in a land cause on 12 April 1748 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, MD. In the Ejectment Proceedings of John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner, a jury was impaneled and returned the following verdict: We find that John Read, late of Northampton dec'd, was possessed of the land in question in fee simple; on the 3 March 1695, we find that the said John Read made his last will in writing, which was duly proved in the Court of Northampton on 30 Nove 1696, and hereto annexed, in these words, to-wit: (abstract) To son John and son Major my land in Gilford Creek containing 115 acres, and should either die in their minority the survivor to enjoy the whole plantation, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To sons Thomas and Ishmale plantation were I now live, and should either of them die the survivor to enjoy the whole, but should both live to be equally divided between them. To wife Hannah Read the balance of my estate during her natural life or widowhood, but should she marry to be divided between my wife and two daughters, Mary and Hannah. Wife Extr. In which said will he devised the land in question in these words, to-wit: "I have given unto my sons Thomas and Ishmael this plantation I now live upon, to them and to their heirs, forever, but should it please God that either Thomas or Ishmael should die in their minority, them my will is that the survivor shall enjoy, but if both my sons live, then this plantation to be equally divided between them." We find that Ishmael survived Thomas and died without issue; we find that John Read, eldest son and heir at law to John Read, the testator, by his deed of bargain and sale bearing the date 29 Jan 1730, and duly acknowledged with livery & seizen on 9 Feb 1730, in the Court of Northampton County, and here to annexed, did convey the lands in question to one Joseph Blackwell, father of the plantiff, which deed is as follows, to-wit: Articles of agreement made and concluded on 29 January 1730, between the parties following, to-wit: John Read of Somerset County, in Maryland, of the one part and Joseph Blackwell, of Dosset (Dorchester) County, Maryland of the other part ----- all my right to the reversion of a certain parcel of land, by estimation 150 acres, situate, lying and being in Northampton County, Virginia, in Nassawadox Neck ----- we find that John Blackwell is the surviving heir of Joseph Blackwell, purchaser of the land in question; we find that John Blackwell, is about 21 years and 7 months of age; we find that John Read, the vendor of the lands in question to John Blackwell, lived out of the government from the time of his father's death, or soon after, til 29 January 1730, at which time he sold the lands in question to the aforesaid Joseph Blackwell, and soon after returned to Maryland, and that Ishmael died in his minority; that he survived his brother Thomas who died after he arrived to the age of 21 years, and that Thomas left issue.1 

Citations

  1. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 48-49 (John Blackwell vs. Thomas Marshall & Andrew Turner).

Sarah Read1

F, b. circa 1705, d. circa 1730
FatherThomas Read (Reade)1 b. c 1680, d. b 13 Dec 1722
MotherElizabeth Johnson b. c 1684
Last Edited14 Oct 2018
Birth*circa 1705Sarah Read was born circa 1705 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Land inherited*before 13 December 1722She inherited land before 13 December 1722 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, VA. In 1696 John Reade (wife Hannah) left his land to his sons Thomas and Ishmael, after providing in other ways for his eldest son and heir-at-law John. In spite of that, in 1731 the son John Reed of Somerset sold his right to the revision interest in the land to Joseph Backwell of Dorset (Dorchester Co, MD). In 1748 a suit was brought to upset that sale, on the contention that although Ishmael had died without issue, it was not until after the death of his brother Thomas, who had reached h is age of 21 and had issue before his decease. The issue was a daughter Sarah who married Andrew Turner and they recovered the land. Apparently they disposed of more acreage then called for by the patent.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1723She married Andrew (of Rich II) Turner, son of Richard Turner II and (-----) (-----), circa 1723 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Land sold*1723Sarah Read sold land in 1723 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, VA. Andrew and Sarah Turner sold 75 acres of this tract to John Bryant and 50 acres more, two years later. Nothing more was found about Bryant and the title perhaps reverted to the Turners. (NOTE: Whitelaw evidently didn't know that John Bryant died in 1728 and left a daughter Alice and that John Furbush left a will in 1737 leaving John Furbush Turner, son of Andrew, 1/2 of the estate that fell to him by the death of Alice Bryant.)1 
Married Namecirca 1723 As of circa 1723,her married name was Turner. 
Land sold1729She sold land in 1729 at tract N114, Nassawadox Neck, south of Jamesville, Northampton Co, VA. Andrew & Sarah Turner sold 50 acres to Nathaniel Savage and 50 acres more later in the year. This was the east end of Sarah's inheritance from her father Thomas Read and was on both sides of the present neck road. In 1754 Nathaniel and Henrietta Savage sold the 100 acres to David Raws (Ross), and in 1768 he left to his son John and then to his son Ishmael. He did not mention a wife, so she may have died, but she had been Tamar, the daughter of Andrew and Sarah Ross(sic) (Read) Turner, which accounts for the name Ishamael being continued in this family. In 1778 it was land which Ishmael and Rosanna Ross exchanged with John F. Turner for the land to the west of it. In 1799 John F. and Bridget Turner deeded to George Turner, and in 1808 he and his wife Leurancy Turner sold to Thomas James Jr.3 
Death*circa 1730She died circa 1730 at Northampton Co, VA.3 

Family

Andrew (of Rich II) Turner b. 1704, d. b 9 Dec 1760
Marriage*circa 1723She married Andrew (of Rich II) Turner, son of Richard Turner II and (-----) (-----), circa 1723 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Children 1.Tamar (of Andrew) Turner+4,3 b. c 1724
 2.Redegil Turner+4,3 b. c 1726
 3.Sarah Turner+3 b. c 1728

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 525 (tract N114).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 249 & 251 (adm of Thomas Reed to John Bryant and Elizabeth his wife, relict of the dec'd).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 526 (tract N114).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 386 (will of Andrew Turner, wife Sarah).

Alice Bryant1

F, b. circa 1723, d. circa 1737
FatherJohn Bryant1 b. c 1680, d. b 8 Oct 1728
MotherElizabeth Johnson1 b. c 1684
Last Edited16 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1723Alice Bryant was born circa 1723 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Est Settm't Father's*8 October 1728She was named in the settlement of her father's estate on 8 October 1728 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of John Bryant was granted to Obedience Parramore. John Rogers, who was the dec'd's choice to care for Alice Briant, daughter of the dec'd, refused the administration. Appraisers: Dingley Grey, Holloway Bunting, Luke Johnson & William Stakes.1 
Death*circa 1737She died circa 1737 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Will - Mentioned in*31 August 1737Alice was mentioned in a will on 31 August 1737 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as John Forbes. To my cousin Thomas Knight all the land I bought of Andrew Turner and for want of heirs to my cousin Forbes Turner. My friend Isaac Smith to have the use of the land until Thomas Knight is 21. To Peter Dowty and Isaac Smith what they owe me. John Hadson, Moses Johnson, Robinson Savage, Mary Johnson, and Kelly Johnson to pay what they owe me to Jonathan Johnson. To Mary Gray the dau. of Dingly Gray £10 and pair of silver shoe clasps. To my sister Ann Aventon 20s. To Forbes Turner son of Andrew, the cupboard which Andrew has in his house. To Forbes Turner 1/2 the estate that fell to me by the death of Alice Bryant now in the hands of Obedience Parramore; and the other 1/2 to Robins Parramore son of Obedience. To Mary Gray and Isaac Smith. Remaining estate to my brother Peter Forbes if he be living else to my sister Ann Avernton. Friend Dingly Gray extr. Dingly Gray and Mary his wife not to be put to their oaths in delivering up the estate. Witt: John Smith, Golden Fox, John Pitts.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 253 (adm of John Bryant to Obedience Parramore).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 298 (will of John Forbes, brother of Peter Forbes).

Nathaniel R. Dunton1

M, b. 22 April 1781, d. 19 October 1791
FatherRickards (of Wm) Dunton Senr.1 b. 27 May 1752, d. 3 Sep 1821
MotherSophia Harmanson1 b. 12 May 1753, d. 20 Sep 1794
ChartsDescendants of William Andrews (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Harmanson (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of William Jones (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of John Major (Nandua Creek)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited9 Jul 2019
Birth*22 April 1781Nathaniel R. Dunton was born on 22 April 1781 at Northampton Co, VA. Nath'l R. Dunton, son to Rickards Dunton & Sophia his wife, born 22 April 1781 and departed this life Wednesday, 19th October 1791, aged 10 years, 5 months & 27 days.2 
Death*19 October 1791He died on 19 October 1791 at Northampton Co, VA, at age 10.2 

Citations

  1. [S2821] Gail M. Walczyk & Dr. William S. Burton, The Duntons of the Eastern Shore, p. 35.
  2. [S2957] Dr. Howard Mackey and Candy McMahan Perry, Vestry Book of Hungar's Parish, Northampton County, Virginia, 1757-1875, p. 136.

Sarah Dunton1

F, b. 15 February 1790
FatherRickards (of Wm) Dunton Senr.1 b. 27 May 1752, d. 3 Sep 1821
MotherSophia Harmanson1 b. 12 May 1753, d. 20 Sep 1794
ChartsDescendants of William Andrews (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Thomas Harmanson (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of William Jones (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of John Major (Nandua Creek)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited9 Jul 2019
Birth*15 February 1790Sarah Dunton was born on 15 February 1790 at Northampton Co, VA. Sarah, daughter to Rickards Dunton & Sophia his wife, was born the 15th February 1790.2 

Citations

  1. [S2821] Gail M. Walczyk & Dr. William S. Burton, The Duntons of the Eastern Shore, p. 35.
  2. [S2957] Dr. Howard Mackey and Candy McMahan Perry, Vestry Book of Hungar's Parish, Northampton County, Virginia, 1757-1875, p. 136.

Elizabeth (-----)1

F, b. circa 1680
Last Edited20 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1680Elizabeth (-----) was born circa 1680 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1700She married Joseph or Josiah Harrison, son of Arnold Harrison and Matilda Selve, circa 1700 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1700 As of circa 1700,her married name was Harrison. 
Land sold*1731Elizabeth (-----) sold land in 1731 at tract A24, south of Pungoteague, Accomack Co, VA. In 1704 Matilda Harrison deeded 50 acres of this tract to son Selvey Harrison; if Selvey had no son, but a daughter to be named Matilda, it was to go to her, but if Selvey had no heir at all, then it was to go to his brother Joseph Harrison. In 1731 Joseph Harrison (wife Elizabeth) sold to Stephen Harrison, who died intestate in 1749, and in 1753 Salathiel Harrison deeded to Josiah Harrison his interest in the 50 acres. Just how he obtained all of it was underterimined, but Josiah Harrion disposed of several parcels.1 

Family

Joseph or Josiah Harrison b. c 1676

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 661 (tract A24).

Susanna A. Andrews1

F, b. circa 1630, d. before November 1692
Father(father of Susanna & James) Andrews1 b. c 1600
Last Edited21 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1630Susanna A. Andrews was born circa 1630.2 
Marriage*circa 1650She married Alexander Harrison I circa 1650. 
Married Namecirca 1650 As of circa 1650,her married name was Harrison. 
Court - nam in petit*16 April 1673Susanna A. Andrews was named in a petition that was recorded in court records on 16 April 1673 at Accomack Co, VA. At the petition of Alexander Harrison and upon the oaths of Wm. Chase and Robert Hewett, it was certified that Arnall Harrison was the son of Alexander Harrison and Suzan his wife, lately of this county, deceased.3 
Deposition named in*16 April 1673She was named in a deposition on 16 April 1673 at Accomack Co, VA. Deposition of Wm. Chase aged about 50 years, 16 April 1673: Chase swore that Arnall Harrison was the son of Susanna, wife of Alexander Harrison, deceased, who used to live at Nanduy Creek. According to what Susanna's mother had told Chase, Susanna (later the wife of Owen Collonell), was the sister of James Andrews, who lived at Hampton River in Virginia. Signed William (O with a dot inside) Chase.1 
Marriage*circa 1675She married Owen Colonna I circa 1675 at Accomack Co, VA.2,1 
Married Namecirca 1675 As of circa 1675,her married name was Colonna. 
Death*before November 1692Susanna A. Andrews died before November 1692 at Accomack Co, VA. She was evidently dec'd by this date, as she did not cosign his deed of land to this daughter Esther Sill.4 

Family 1

Alexander Harrison I b. c 1630, d. b 16 Apr 1673
Marriage*circa 1650She married Alexander Harrison I circa 1650. 
Children 1.Arnold Harrison+2 b. c 1650, d. b 1704
 2.Alexander Harrison II+1 b. c 1652

Family 2

Owen Colonna I b. c 1630, d. b 19 Sep 1693
Marriage*circa 1675Susanna A. Andrews married Owen Colonna I circa 1675 at Accomack Co, VA.2,1 

Citations

  1. [S698] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1671-1673, Volume 3, p. 122 (16 Apr 1673 Court).
  2. [S2864] Robert L. Colona, Colonnas 1663- 1997 (A 3 Ring Binder with 12 Tabs) found in the Eastern Shore Room at the E.S.P.L., Accomac, VA, Colona Chart I.
  3. [S698] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1671-1673, Volume 3, p. 121 (16 Apr 1673 Court).
  4. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, p. 3 (Owen Collony).

Alexander Harrison I1

M, b. circa 1630, d. before 16 April 1673
Last Edited20 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1630Alexander Harrison I was born circa 1630. 
Marriage*circa 1650He married Susanna A. Andrews, daughter of (father of Susanna & James) Andrews, circa 1650. 
Oath to England*25 March 1651Alexander Harrison I took the oath of allegiance to hereby engage and promise to be true and faithful to the Commonwealth of England as it is now established without King or House of Lords on 25 March 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Allexander Harryson.2 
Death*before 16 April 1673He died before 16 April 1673 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Court - nam in petit*16 April 1673He was named in a petition that was recorded in court records on 16 April 1673 at Accomack Co, VA. At the petition of Alexander Harrison and upon the oaths of Wm. Chase and Robert Hewett, it was certified that Arnall Harrison was the son of Alexander Harrison and Suzan his wife, lately of this county, deceased.1 

Family

Susanna A. Andrews b. c 1630, d. b Nov 1692
Children 1.Arnold Harrison+ b. c 1650, d. b 1704
 2.Alexander Harrison II+1 b. c 1652

Citations

  1. [S698] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1671-1673, Volume 3, p. 121 (16 Apr 1673 Court).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 34 (Oath to England).

(father of Susanna & James) Andrews1

M, b. circa 1600
Last Edited20 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1600(father of Susanna & James) Andrews was born circa 1600.1 

Family

Children 1.James Andrews1 b. c 1625
 2.Susanna A. Andrews+1 b. c 1630, d. b Nov 1692

Citations

  1. [S698] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1671-1673, Volume 3, p. 122 (16 Apr 1673 Court).

James Andrews1

M, b. circa 1625
Father(father of Susanna & James) Andrews1 b. c 1600
Last Edited20 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1625James Andrews was born circa 1625.1 
Deposition named in*16 April 1673He was named in a deposition on 16 April 1673 at Accomack Co, VA. Deposition of Wm. Chase aged about 50 years, 16 April 1673: Chase swore that Arnall Harrison was the son of Susanna, wife of Alexander Harrison, deceased, who used to live at Nanduy Creek. According to what Susanna's mother had told Chase, Susanna (later the wife of Owen Collonell), was the sister of James Andrews, who lived at Hampton River in Virginia. Signed William (O with a dot inside) Chase.1 

Citations

  1. [S698] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1671-1673, Volume 3, p. 122 (16 Apr 1673 Court).

Eleanor Sill1

F, b. circa 1690
FatherWilliam Sill1 b. c 1645, d. b 6 Aug 1728
MotherEsther Colonna1 b. c 1670
Last Edited20 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1690Eleanor Sill was born circa 1690 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Grfath's*5 December 1692Eleanor was named in her grandfather's will on 5 December 1692 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Owen Collony gave son Owen Collony the plantation where he lived containing 300 acres, 2 best feather beds in the two chambers below stairs, with curtains and vallens, and bedsteads, and all belonging to them, all wearing apparrell both linen and woolen, and his horse called "Golding," and bridle and saddle and othe furniture. The long table - - - - which will now form a three square table, a turned couch, six chairs, a large pair of and irons, tow steelyards, a great one and small one, a fire shovel and tongues, and a hand mill, 2 guns, a large iron dripping pan, an iron spitt, a pair of bellows, and iron pot that is large, an iron kettle, a brass stew pan, a chafing dish and gridiron, and all other iron work that belong to me, a looking glass, 2 casks of salt, and all other casks, old and new, and other wooden ware belonging to me. I give to my daughter Esther Sill, there pewter dishes, three saucers, three porringers, a pewter - - - -, the round table in the hall, three flag chairs, and three plant bottom chairs, an hair couch, a feather bed that is in the chamber above stairs with a pair of sheets, a pair of blankets, a rug belonging to it, two iron pots and pot hooks, one small and the other large, two cows named "Cherry" and "Brindle", one piece of blue linen, on remnant of white linen, which I guess to be about eleven or twelve yards, 6 yards more white linen, bought of Rich and Lucas; a woman servant, Margaret Moon, a broadcloth waistcoat, 3 1/2 yards white linen bought of Rich and Lucas, also two chests, one called a Dutch chest and the other the Elm chest: and to her daughter Eleanor Sill, one cow called Little Thing; and to the other daughter of Esther Sill named Susanna he gave one red cow called Beggar. To his grandson Bryan Collony he gave the island neck of land up to the hdline towards Kellam's land, and bounding otherwise by the 300 ac formerly given to his father Owen Collony, also one cow called "Mealy Mouth", one mare called "Mall." I give unto my son-in-law William Sill 1/3 profits of an orchard on the land given unto my grandson Brian Collony, for the space of seven years, provided he will keep and maintain said orchard fence in sufficient repair, and I give him the benefit of the great pasture for his own creatures in moyreeling (mireing) time, together with my son Owen Collony for the space of four years provided he help my son Owen Collony to keep up and secure the said pasture fence, same is to be understood my meaning about the orchard fence. I give unto my son-in-law Stephen Warrington a Kersie gown lined with purple baze and his wife one cow called Prittie. I give unto Arnold Harrison my son-in-law a purple gown. To my son-in-law William Sill, a red penny stone waist coat, and remainder of his estate he gave to son Owen Collony and appointed he Extr, but desire his friend Mr. Thomas Teackle to be overseer over what he had given to his grandson Brian, and he gave to his daughter Esther Sill the last of all, three pewter plates. Witt: Thomas Teackle and Provis Nelson.1 

Citations

  1. [S2862] W.W. Colonna Jr & W.W. Colonna III, Colonna Papers, Volume 1, p. 2-3 (complete will of Own Collony).

Susanna Sill1

F, b. circa 1692
FatherWilliam Sill1 b. c 1645, d. b 6 Aug 1728
MotherEsther Colonna1 b. c 1670
Last Edited20 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1692Susanna Sill was born circa 1692 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Grfath's*5 December 1692Susanna was named in her grandfather's will on 5 December 1692 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Owen Collony gave son Owen Collony the plantation where he lived containing 300 acres, 2 best feather beds in the two chambers below stairs, with curtains and vallens, and bedsteads, and all belonging to them, all wearing apparrell both linen and woolen, and his horse called "Golding," and bridle and saddle and othe furniture. The long table - - - - which will now form a three square table, a turned couch, six chairs, a large pair of and irons, tow steelyards, a great one and small one, a fire shovel and tongues, and a hand mill, 2 guns, a large iron dripping pan, an iron spitt, a pair of bellows, and iron pot that is large, an iron kettle, a brass stew pan, a chafing dish and gridiron, and all other iron work that belong to me, a looking glass, 2 casks of salt, and all other casks, old and new, and other wooden ware belonging to me. I give to my daughter Esther Sill, there pewter dishes, three saucers, three porringers, a pewter - - - -, the round table in the hall, three flag chairs, and three plant bottom chairs, an hair couch, a feather bed that is in the chamber above stairs with a pair of sheets, a pair of blankets, a rug belonging to it, two iron pots and pot hooks, one small and the other large, two cows named "Cherry" and "Brindle", one piece of blue linen, on remnant of white linen, which I guess to be about eleven or twelve yards, 6 yards more white linen, bought of Rich and Lucas; a woman servant, Margaret Moon, a broadcloth waistcoat, 3 1/2 yards white linen bought of Rich and Lucas, also two chests, one called a Dutch chest and the other the Elm chest: and to her daughter Eleanor Sill, one cow called Little Thing; and to the other daughter of Esther Sill named Susanna he gave one red cow called Beggar. To his grandson Bryan Collony he gave the island neck of land up to the hdline towards Kellam's land, and bounding otherwise by the 300 ac formerly given to his father Owen Collony, also one cow called "Mealy Mouth", one mare called "Mall." I give unto my son-in-law William Sill 1/3 profits of an orchard on the land given unto my grandson Brian Collony, for the space of seven years, provided he will keep and maintain said orchard fence in sufficient repair, and I give him the benefit of the great pasture for his own creatures in moyreeling (mireing) time, together with my son Owen Collony for the space of four years provided he help my son Owen Collony to keep up and secure the said pasture fence, same is to be understood my meaning about the orchard fence. I give unto my son-in-law Stephen Warrington a Kersie gown lined with purple baze and his wife one cow called Prittie. I give unto Arnold Harrison my son-in-law a purple gown. To my son-in-law William Sill, a red penny stone waist coat, and remainder of his estate he gave to son Owen Collony and appointed he Extr, but desire his friend Mr. Thomas Teackle to be overseer over what he had given to his grandson Brian, and he gave to his daughter Esther Sill the last of all, three pewter plates. Witt: Thomas Teackle and Provis Nelson.1 

Citations

  1. [S2862] W.W. Colonna Jr & W.W. Colonna III, Colonna Papers, Volume 1, p. 2-3 (complete will of Own Collony).

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F, b. circa 1660
Last Edited20 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1660(-----) (-----) was born circa 1660. 
Marriage*circa 1675She married Owen Colonna II, son of Owen Colonna I and (-----) (-----), circa 1675. 
Married Namecirca 1675 As of circa 1675,her married name was Colonna. 

Family

Owen Colonna II b. c 1655, d. b 2 Oct 1716
Child 1.Brian Colonna b. 1679, d. b 30 Jan 1744/45

Winifret (-----)1

F, b. circa 1675
Last Edited21 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1675Winifret (-----) was born circa 1675 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1693She married Owen Colonna II, son of Owen Colonna I and (-----) (-----), circa 1693 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1693 As of circa 1693,her married name was Colonna. 
Will - Husb's*10 April 1711Winifret was named in her husband's will on 10 April 1711 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Owen Collony gave his land to his two sons Owen Collony and Benjamin Collony equally divided between them that is to have a line to divide the land from the Creek to the head of the sald land equally and Owen is to have the part whereon the house stands where I now live and my wife have her thirds during her natural life and then to my two sons before mentioned and they shall not have priviledge to sell their land except to each other. To son Brian Collony 3 cows and one calf, one two year old heifer and one three year old heifer, one gun, one small sword, one weavers loom and harniss - - the new chest up stairs. To my son Owen Collony my pistols, houlsters and sword thereto belonging and one musket, the hand mill, but his two brothers to have ful priviledge to use hur as long as she shall last. To my son Benjamin Collony one carbine. To wife one orphan boy called tier Gladwell till he shall come to age. To my daughter Isabel Repentans Collony one lining wheel. To daughter Hester one linning wheel. To wife Winifret Collony all the remainder of my estate within doors and without doors after my debts are paid if she continue a widow, but if she marries then to be divided equally between my three sons and three daughters. Wife Winifrit Collony my sole Extr. Witt: Christopher Stockely, John Osborn and Arthur Layler.1 

Family

Owen Colonna II b. c 1655, d. b 2 Oct 1716
Children 1.(3rd dau of Owen) Colonna2 b. c 1676
 2.Owen Colonna III+3 b. c 1695, d. a 30 Nov 1763
 3.Isabel Repentaus Colonna3 b. c 1697
 4.Benjamin Colonna+1 b. 16 Jun 1701, d. 2 Apr 1776
 5.Hester Colonna3 b. c 1703

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts.
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart I.
  3. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 54 (will of Owen Collony).

Owen Colonna III1

M, b. circa 1695, d. after 30 November 1763
FatherOwen Colonna II1 b. c 1655, d. b 2 Oct 1716
MotherWinifret (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited21 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1695Owen Colonna III was born circa 1695 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*10 April 1711Owen was named in his father's will on 10 April 1711 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Owen Collony gave his land to his two sons Owen Collony and Benjamin Collony equally divided between them that is to have a line to divide the land from the Creek to the head of the sald land equally and Owen is to have the part whereon the house stands where I now live and my wife have her thirds during her natural life and then to my two sons before mentioned and they shall not have priviledge to sell their land except to each other. To son Brian Collony 3 cows and one calf, one two year old heifer and one three year old heifer, one gun, one small sword, one weavers loom and harniss - - the new chest up stairs. To my son Owen Collony my pistols, houlsters and sword thereto belonging and one musket, the hand mill, but his two brothers to have ful priviledge to use hur as long as she shall last. To my son Benjamin Collony one carbine. To wife one orphan boy called tier Gladwell till he shall come to age. To my daughter Isabel Repentans Collony one lining wheel. To daughter Hester one linning wheel. To wife Winifret Collony all the remainder of my estate within doors and without doors after my debts are paid if she continue a widow, but if she marries then to be divided equally between my three sons and three daughters. Wife Winifrit Collony my sole Extr. Witt: Christopher Stockely, John Osborn and Arthur Layler.2 
Marriage*circa 1720He married (-----) (-----) circa 1720. 
Court - named in ord*5 July 1727Owen Colonna III was named in a court order 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 - namd in suit*10 January 1728/29He was named in a lawsuit on 10 January 1728/29 at Accomack Co, VA. Owen Collony brought action against John Smith, who was granted a delay.4 
Court - namd in suit6 February 1728/29He was named in a lawsuit on 6 February 1728/29 at Accomack Co, VA. Unless John Pratt appeared at the next court, Owen Collony would be granted judgment against him.5 
Court - namd in suit3 June 1729He was named in a lawsuit on 3 June 1729 at Accomack Co, VA. The action of Owen Collony against John Pratt was referred to the next court for trial.6 
Court - namd in suit5 September 1738He was named in a lawsuit on 5 September 1738 at Accomack Co, VA. Owen Colony swore to his account against the estate of Thomas Gascoigne, dec'd.7 
Court - namd in suit31 January 1743/44He was named in a lawsuit on 31 January 1743/44 at Accomack Co, VA. Benjamin Stuart vs. Both John Jenkins and Owen Colony, being agreed, were dismissed.8 
Appraiser*26 February 1750/51Owen was named as an appraiser of an estate on 26 February 1750/51 at Accomack Co, VA. John Robins Downing (security: William Kellam, Bay Side) was sworn as administrator of the estate of Francis Downing (decd). Littleton Scarburgh Major, Bartholomew Meers, Owen Coloney and Darman Sullivant (or three of them) were to appraise the estate.9 
Witness paid to be*26 June 1751Owen was paid for being a witness on 26 June 1751 at Accomack Co, VA. William Cole sued Josiah Harrison, who was to pay 45 shillings for killing Cole's cow plus costs. Harrison's witnesses were Owen Colloney (four days), Peter Major, Darmon Darby and John Lewis (two days each). Cole's witnesses were John Darby and Richard Read (two days each).10 
Court - namd in suit27 January 1763He was named in a lawsuit on 27 January 1763 at Accomack Co, VA. John Taylor was to recover debts from several persons, including Owen Colony, who owed £1:07:01.11 
Court - namd in suit30 March 1763He was named in a lawsuit on 30 March 1763 at Accomack Co, VA. The sheriff report a list of cases satisfied, including John Taylor vs. Owen Colony.12 
Court - namd in pres*30 November 1763He was named in a presentment on 30 November 1763 at Accomack Co, VA. George Stephens was presented for swearing and oath (infomation by Owen Colony). (NOTE: This was the last record found in Accomack County Orders for Owen Colony.)13 
Death*after 30 November 1763He died after 30 November 1763 at Accomack Co, VA.13 

Family

(-----) (-----) b. c 1700
Marriage*circa 1720He married (-----) (-----) circa 1720. 
Child 1.Littleton Colonna+14 b. c 1720, d. b 28 Aug 1784

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 54 (will of Owen Collony).
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts.
  3. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 159 (5 July 1729 Court).
  4. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 252 (10 Jan 1728/29 Court).
  5. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 255 (6 Feb 1728/29 Court).
  6. [S972] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1724-1731, Volume 15, p. 273 (3 June 1729 Court).
  7. [S978] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1737-1744, Volume 17, p. 69 (5 Sep 1738 Court).
  8. [S978] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1737-1744, Volume 17, p. 369 (31 Jan 1743/44 Court).
  9. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 331 (26 Feb 1750/51 Court).
  10. [S2013] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753, Volume 18, p. 355 (26 Jun 1751 Court).
  11. [S2224] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1753-1763, Volume 19, p. 429 (27 Jan 1763 Court).
  12. [S2224] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1753-1763, Volume 19, p. 438 (30 Mar 1763 Court).
  13. [S2224] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1753-1763, Volume 19, p. 506 (30 Nov 1763 Court).
  14. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, p. 23 (Brian Colony) & Colonna Chart I.

Isabel Repentaus Colonna1

F, b. circa 1697
FatherOwen Colonna II1 b. c 1655, d. b 2 Oct 1716
MotherWinifret (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited21 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1697Isabel Repentaus Colonna was born circa 1697 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*10 April 1711Isabel was named in her father's will on 10 April 1711 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Owen Collony gave his land to his two sons Owen Collony and Benjamin Collony equally divided between them that is to have a line to divide the land from the Creek to the head of the sald land equally and Owen is to have the part whereon the house stands where I now live and my wife have her thirds during her natural life and then to my two sons before mentioned and they shall not have priviledge to sell their land except to each other. To son Brian Collony 3 cows and one calf, one two year old heifer and one three year old heifer, one gun, one small sword, one weavers loom and harniss - - the new chest up stairs. To my son Owen Collony my pistols, houlsters and sword thereto belonging and one musket, the hand mill, but his two brothers to have ful priviledge to use hur as long as she shall last. To my son Benjamin Collony one carbine. To wife one orphan boy called tier Gladwell till he shall come to age. To my daughter Isabel Repentans Collony one lining wheel. To daughter Hester one linning wheel. To wife Winifret Collony all the remainder of my estate within doors and without doors after my debts are paid if she continue a widow, but if she marries then to be divided equally between my three sons and three daughters. Wife Winifrit Collony my sole Extr. Witt: Christopher Stockely, John Osborn and Arthur Layler.2 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 54 (will of Owen Collony).
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts.

Hester Colonna1

F, b. circa 1703
FatherOwen Colonna II1 b. c 1655, d. b 2 Oct 1716
MotherWinifret (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited21 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1703Hester Colonna was born circa 1703 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*10 April 1711Hester was named in her father's will on 10 April 1711 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Owen Collony gave his land to his two sons Owen Collony and Benjamin Collony equally divided between them that is to have a line to divide the land from the Creek to the head of the sald land equally and Owen is to have the part whereon the house stands where I now live and my wife have her thirds during her natural life and then to my two sons before mentioned and they shall not have priviledge to sell their land except to each other. To son Brian Collony 3 cows and one calf, one two year old heifer and one three year old heifer, one gun, one small sword, one weavers loom and harniss - - the new chest up stairs. To my son Owen Collony my pistols, houlsters and sword thereto belonging and one musket, the hand mill, but his two brothers to have ful priviledge to use hur as long as she shall last. To my son Benjamin Collony one carbine. To wife one orphan boy called tier Gladwell till he shall come to age. To my daughter Isabel Repentans Collony one lining wheel. To daughter Hester one linning wheel. To wife Winifret Collony all the remainder of my estate within doors and without doors after my debts are paid if she continue a widow, but if she marries then to be divided equally between my three sons and three daughters. Wife Winifrit Collony my sole Extr. Witt: Christopher Stockely, John Osborn and Arthur Layler.2 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 54 (will of Owen Collony).
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts.

(3rd dau of Owen) Colonna1

F, b. circa 1676
FatherOwen Colonna II1 b. c 1655, d. b 2 Oct 1716
MotherWinifret (-----)1 b. c 1675
Last Edited21 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1676(3rd dau of Owen) Colonna was born circa 1676 at Accomack Co, VA.2 
Deed of Gift - Rec'd*6 December 1690She received by deed of gift on 6 December 1690 at Accomack Co, VA. Owen Collonon Junior recorded a deed of gift to Thomas Fletcher, son of William Fletcher and Elizabeth his wife. He gave him "one heifer of three years old last Spring marked as ffolloweth Swallow tailed on ye left ear and underbitted and slitt on ye right ear and now in the possession of William Fletcher, to him and the said Thomas Fletcher with her increase for ever excepting he male increase to go to this father William Fletcher for his care in looking after the stock until the said Thomas arrives to ye age of 16 years, then to be in possession, but if the said Thomas Fletcher dies before he attains the age of 16 years, then I greely give the said heifer to Elizabeth Fletche with her increase forever & which is attested on the 6th day of December 1690." (NOTE: Mary Frances Carey assumed this Elizabeth Fletcher was the third unnamed daughter of Owen Colonna Jr. However, it appears by other evidence that this is Elizabeth Selve, daughter of Tobias Selve, and there seems to be no obviouse reason why Owen Colonna Jr. was giving this deed of gift.)3,4 
Will - Father's*10 April 1711(3rd was named in her father's will on 10 April 1711 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Owen Collony gave his land to his two sons Owen Collony and Benjamin Collony equally divided between them that is to have a line to divide the land from the Creek to the head of the sald land equally and Owen is to have the part whereon the house stands where I now live and my wife have her thirds during her natural life and then to my two sons before mentioned and they shall not have priviledge to sell their land except to each other. To son Brian Collony 3 cows and one calf, one two year old heifer and one three year old heifer, one gun, one small sword, one weavers loom and harniss - - the new chest up stairs. To my son Owen Collony my pistols, houlsters and sword thereto belonging and one musket, the hand mill, but his two brothers to have ful priviledge to use hur as long as she shall last. To my son Benjamin Collony one carbine. To wife one orphan boy called tier Gladwell till he shall come to age. To my daughter Isabel Repentans Collony one lining wheel. To daughter Hester one linning wheel. To wife Winifret Collony all the remainder of my estate within doors and without doors after my debts are paid if she continue a widow, but if she marries then to be divided equally between my three sons and three daughters. Wife Winifrit Collony my sole Extr. Witt: Christopher Stockely, John Osborn and Arthur Layler.5 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart I.
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart I & p. 16 (Owen Collony Jr).
  3. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, p. 16 (Owen Collony Jr).
  4. [S2692] Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Deeds, 1677-90(vi), p. 541 (Owen Collonon Junior to Thomas Fletcher).
  5. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts.

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

F, b. circa 1700
Last Edited21 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1700(-----) (-----) was born circa 1700 at Accomack Co, VA. 
Marriage*circa 1720She married Owen Colonna III, son of Owen Colonna II and Winifret (-----), circa 1720. 

Family

Owen Colonna III b. c 1695, d. a 30 Nov 1763
Child 1.Littleton Colonna+ b. c 1720, d. b 28 Aug 1784

Rosannah Colonna1

F, b. circa 1753
FatherLittleton Colonna1 b. c 1720, d. b 28 Aug 1784
MotherAmey (184) Kellam1 b. c 1724
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1753Rosannah Colonna was born circa 1753 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*22 December 1774She married Teagle Waltham, son of John Heath (alias Waltham) and Sarah Bayly, on 22 December 1774 at Accomack Co, VA. Littleton Colony was security on the M.L.B. of Teackle Waltham and Rosannah Colony.2 
Married Name22 December 1774 As of 22 December 1774,her married name was Waltham. 

Family

Teagle Waltham b. c 1745

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart I.
  2. [S558] Nora Miller Turman, Accomack Co, VA, Marriage Records, 1776-1854 (Recorded in Bonds, Licenses and Ministers's Returns).

Susanna Colonna1

F, b. circa 1742
FatherBenjamin Colonna1 b. 16 Jun 1701, d. 2 Apr 1776
MotherMary Ester Wale (Whales)1 b. 20 Aug 1709, d. b 12 Apr 1775
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1742Susanna Colonna was born circa 1742 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 April 1775Susanna was named in her father's will on 12 April 1775 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Benjamin Colony gave to son Major Colony land where I now live and 12 pounds cash which he borrowed from me. To son John eight pounds cash or the choice of my horses. To son William Colony one hand mill and half a dozen of mettle spoons. To daughter Susanna Colony one bed and furniture her choice, one rug, two blankets, two sheets, one counterpin, one bed quilt, two pillars and pillar cases and bolster and beadstead her choice, one large iron kettle, one hackle and tow petwer dishes, one bason, half a dozen mettle spoons and half a doze pewter plates and two dozen stone plates and all the rest of the earther ware and glasses that she claims as her own and one walnut desk, two blue chests, half a dozen black chairs and one linning wheel, one black walnut box and the new box iron and heaters. I give Susana one cow that is called her's and all the increased of that cow and one loom and the utencils that belong to it, stays and geers. To grandson Joshua Darby one feather bed, bedstead, mat and cord, one rug, two blankets, & one pair of sheets and bolstar. I give the remaining part of my estate not given to my 4 children Major, William, John & Susana Colony to be equally among them. I appoint sons Major & William Exrs. Witt: Abel West, Upshur Colony, Ann Coloney, Laban Chandler. Signed Benjamin (his X mark) Colony.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 302 (will of John Colony, wife Elizabeth).
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, p. 26 (copy of the full will of Benjamin Colony).

(dau of Ben) Colonna1

F, b. circa 1734, d. before 30 April 1769
FatherBenjamin Colonna1,2 b. 16 Jun 1701, d. 2 Apr 1776
MotherMary Ester Wale (Whales)1,2 b. 20 Aug 1709, d. b 12 Apr 1775
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1734(dau of Ben) Colonna was born circa 1734 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1755She married John Darby (constable), son of Daniel Darby II and Ann (-----), circa 1755 at Accomack Co, VA.2,1 
Married Namecirca 1755 As of circa 1755,her married name was Darby. 
Death*before 30 April 1769(dau of Ben) Colonna died before 30 April 1769 at Accomack Co, VA. She was evidently dec'd by this date as she was not name in the will of her husband John Darby. Luke Luker was named gardian to Joshua Darby, heir at law to the testator.1 
Will - Father's*12 April 1775(dau was named in her father's will on 12 April 1775 at Accomack Co, VA. She was evidently dec'd by this date as she was not name in the will of her father Benjamin Colony and instead he named a grandson Joshua Darby.2 

Family

John Darby (constable) b. c 1718, d. b 31 Oct 1769
Children 1.Joshua Darby1 b. c 1756
 2.Benjamin Darby1 b. c 1758
 3.Ann Darby1 b. c 1760

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 248 (will of John Darby).
  2. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 296 (will of Benjamin Colony).

Joshua Darby1

M, b. circa 1756
FatherJohn Darby (constable)1 b. c 1718, d. b 31 Oct 1769
Mother(dau of Ben) Colonna1 b. c 1734, d. b 30 Apr 1769
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1756Joshua Darby was born circa 1756 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*30 April 1769Joshua was named in his father's will on 30 April 1769 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will John Darby gave to son Benjamin Darby all my land, & for want of heirs to my daughter Ann Darby, & for want of heirs to my brother Churchell Darby, & for want of heirs to my brother Francis Darby. To brother Churchell Darby 1/2 my water mill. Two children Benjamin & Ann residual legatees. Brother Churchell Exr. & guardian of my children. Witt: Bezaleel Watson, Mary Crafford, John Meers. On 26 Dec 1769 in Order of Probate Luke Luker was appointed guardian to Joshua Darby, heir at law to the testator.1 
Will - Grfath's*12 April 1775Joshua was named in his grandfather's will on 12 April 1775 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Benjamin Colony gave to son Major Colony land where I now live and 12 pounds cash which he borrowed from me. To son John eight pounds cash or the choice of my horses. To son William Colony one hand mill and half a dozen of mettle spoons. To daughter Susanna Colony one bed and furniture her choice, one rug, two blankets, two sheets, one counterpin, one bed quilt, two pillars and pillar cases and bolster and beadstead her choice, one large iron kettle, one hackle and tow petwer dishes, one bason, half a dozen mettle spoons and half a doze pewter plates and two dozen stone plates and all the rest of the earther ware and glasses that she claims as her own and one walnut desk, two blue chests, half a dozen black chairs and one linning wheel, one black walnut box and the new box iron and heaters. I give Susana one cow that is called her's and all the increased of that cow and one loom and the utencils that belong to it, stays and geers. To grandson Joshua Darby one feather bed, bedstead, mat and cord, one rug, two blankets, & one pair of sheets and bolstar. I give the remaining part of my estate not given to my 4 children Major, William, John & Susana Colony to be equally among them. I appoint sons Major & William Exrs. Witt: Abel West, Upshur Colony, Ann Coloney, Laban Chandler. Signed Benjamin (his X mark) Colony.2 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 248 (will of John Darby).
  2. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 296 (will of Benjamin Colony).

Benjamin Darby1

M, b. circa 1758
FatherJohn Darby (constable)1 b. c 1718, d. b 31 Oct 1769
Mother(dau of Ben) Colonna1 b. c 1734, d. b 30 Apr 1769
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1758Benjamin Darby was born circa 1758 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*30 April 1769Benjamin was named in his father's will on 30 April 1769 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will John Darby gave to son Benjamin Darby all my land, & for want of heirs to my daughter Ann Darby, & for want of heirs to my brother Churchell Darby, & for want of heirs to my brother Francis Darby. To brother Churchell Darby 1/2 my water mill. Two children Benjamin & Ann residual legatees. Brother Churchell Exr. & guardian of my children. Witt: Bezaleel Watson, Mary Crafford, John Meers. On 26 Dec 1769 in Order of Probate Luke Luker was appointed guardian to Joshua Darby, heir at law to the testator.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 248 (will of John Darby).

Ann Darby1

F, b. circa 1760
FatherJohn Darby (constable)1 b. c 1718, d. b 31 Oct 1769
Mother(dau of Ben) Colonna1 b. c 1734, d. b 30 Apr 1769
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1760Ann Darby was born circa 1760 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*30 April 1769Ann was named in her father's will on 30 April 1769 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will John Darby gave to son Benjamin Darby all my land, & for want of heirs to my daughter Ann Darby, & for want of heirs to my brother Churchell Darby, & for want of heirs to my brother Francis Darby. To brother Churchell Darby 1/2 my water mill. Two children Benjamin & Ann residual legatees. Brother Churchell Exr. & guardian of my children. Witt: Bezaleel Watson, Mary Crafford, John Meers. On 26 Dec 1769 in Order of Probate Luke Luker was appointed guardian to Joshua Darby, heir at law to the testator.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 248 (will of John Darby).

Fannie Bindon Bailey1

F, b. 1862, d. 7 February 1941
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*1862Fannie Bindon Bailey was born in 1862.2 
Marriage*1890She married Benjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.), son of John Watson Colonna and Margaret Jones, in 1890 at Washington, DC.1 
Married Name1890 As of 1890,her married name was Colonna. 
Death*7 February 1941Fannie Bindon Bailey died on 7 February 1941.1 

Family

Benjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.) b. 17 Oct 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925
Children 1.Benjamin Bindon Colonna3 b. 22 Aug 1891, d. 22 Aug 1891
 2.Eileen Alton Colonna3 b. 18 Dec 1892
 3.Benjamin Allison Colonna3 b. 12 Nov 1894
 4.Fannie Bindon Colonna3 b. 8 Jun 1897
 5.John Owen Colonna3 b. 25 Apr 1901
 6.Flora Colonna3 b. 23 Sep 1904

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 9.
  2. [S2259] findagrave.com, MEMORIAL ID 39128346 (Benjamin Azariah Colonna).
  3. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.

George Jones1

M, b. circa 1845
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1845George Jones was born circa 1845.1 
Marriage*circa 1870He married Elizabeth Esther 'Betsy' Colonna, daughter of John Watson Colonna and Margaret Jones, circa 1870. According to Benjamin A. Colonna George Jones was of Norfolk,
VA and the two children by this marriage both died.1 

Family

Elizabeth Esther 'Betsy' Colonna b. 1 Oct 1845, d. 1945

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 9.

Hannah McCann1,2

F, b. 1879, d. 1966
ChartsDescendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*1879Hannah McCann was born in 1879.2 
Marriage*circa 1895She married Cornelius 'Nealy' Colonna Stewart, son of Lewis W. Stewart and Sarah Cornelia Colonna, circa 1895.1 
Married Namecirca 1895 As of circa 1895,her married name was Stewart. 
Marriage*after 1930Hannah McCann married John F. Lingo after 1930.1,2 
Married Nameafter 1930 As of after 1930,her married name was Lingo. 
Death*1966Hannah McCann died in 1966.2 
Burial*Hannah was buried at St. George's Episcopal Church Church Cemetery, Pungoteague, Accomack Co, VA.2 

Family 1

Cornelius 'Nealy' Colonna Stewart b. 28 Mar 1870, d. 27 Feb 1929
Marriage*circa 1895She married Cornelius 'Nealy' Colonna Stewart, son of Lewis W. Stewart and Sarah Cornelia Colonna, circa 1895.1 

Family 2

John F. Lingo b. 1872, d. 1960
Marriage*after 1930Hannah McCann married John F. Lingo after 1930.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 9.
  2. [S502] Jean Merritt Mihalyka & Faye Downing Wilson, Graven Stones of Lower Accomack County, Virginia.

John F. Lingo1

M, b. 1872, d. 1960
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*1872John F. Lingo was born in 1872 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*after 1930He married Hannah McCann after 1930.2,1 
Death*1960John F. Lingo died in 1960.1 
Burial*John was buried at St. George's Episcopal Church Church Cemetery, Pungoteague, Accomack Co, VA.1 

Family

Hannah McCann b. 1879, d. 1966

Citations

  1. [S502] Jean Merritt Mihalyka & Faye Downing Wilson, Graven Stones of Lower Accomack County, Virginia.
  2. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 9.

Maggie Dunstan1

F, b. circa 1850, d. June 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1850Maggie Dunstan was born circa 1850 at Norfolk, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1877She married Charles Jones Colonna (shipyard), son of John Watson Colonna and Margaret Jones, circa 1877.1,2 
Married Namecirca 1877 As of circa 1877,her married name was Colonna. 
Death*June 1893Maggie Dunstan died in June 1893.1 

Family

Charles Jones Colonna (shipyard) b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
Children 1.John Wilkins Colonna2 b. c 1878
 2.Margaret Evelyn Colonna2 b. c 1880
 3.Carl Dunston Colonna2 b. c 1882
 4.Willoughby Warren Colonna2 b. c 1884
 5.Edward Holt Colonna2 b. c 1886
 6.Benjamin Aheson(?) Colonna2 b. c 1888
 7.George Lankford Colonna2 b. c 1890

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 9.
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Fannie Fentress1

F, b. circa 1870
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1870Fannie Fentress was born circa 1870 at Norfolk, VA.1 
Marriage*30 January 1902She married Charles Jones Colonna (shipyard), son of John Watson Colonna and Margaret Jones, on 30 January 1902.1 
Married Name30 January 1902 As of 30 January 1902,her married name was Colonna. 

Family

Charles Jones Colonna (shipyard) b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
Child 1.Bruce Cornick Colonna2 b. c 1904

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 9.
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Lizzie (-----)1

F, b. circa 1855
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1855Lizzie (-----) was born circa 1855 at Chester, PA.1 
Marriage*circa 1875She married Major D. (of John W.) Colonna, son of John Watson Colonna and Margaret Jones, circa 1875. There were no children of this marriage.1 
Married Namecirca 1875 As of circa 1875,her married name was Colonna. 

Family

Major D. (of John W.) Colonna b. 22 Aug 1852

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 9.

Azariah Jones1

M, b. circa 1790
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1790Azariah Jones was born circa 1790 at Brooklyn, NY.2 
Marriage*circa 1815He married Maria Cheney circa 1815 at Brooklyn, NY.2 

Family

Maria Cheney b. c 1790
Child 1.Margaret Jones+1 b. 6 Jun 1819, d. 30 Dec 1856

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.
  2. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 11.

Maria Cheney1

F, b. circa 1790
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1790Maria Cheney was born circa 1790 at Brooklyn, NY.1 
Marriage*circa 1815She married Azariah Jones circa 1815 at Brooklyn, NY.1 
Married Namecirca 1815 As of circa 1815,her married name was Jones. 

Family

Azariah Jones b. c 1790
Child 1.Margaret Jones+1 b. 6 Jun 1819, d. 30 Dec 1856

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 11.

Benjamin Bindon Colonna1

M, b. 22 August 1891, d. 22 August 1891
FatherBenjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.)1 b. 17 Oct 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925
MotherFannie Bindon Bailey1 b. 1862, d. 7 Feb 1941
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Death*22 August 1891Benjamin Bindon Colonna died on 22 August 1891 at Washington, DC.1 
Birth*22 August 1891He was born on 22 August 1891 at 138 B. St, N.E., Washington, DC.1 

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.

Eileen Alton Colonna1

F, b. 18 December 1892
FatherBenjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.)1 b. 17 Oct 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925
MotherFannie Bindon Bailey1 b. 1862, d. 7 Feb 1941
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*18 December 1892Eileen Alton Colonna was born on 18 December 1892 at 138 B. St, N.E., Washington, DC.1 

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.

Benjamin Allison Colonna1

M, b. 12 November 1894
FatherBenjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.)1 b. 17 Oct 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925
MotherFannie Bindon Bailey1 b. 1862, d. 7 Feb 1941
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*12 November 1894Benjamin Allison Colonna was born on 12 November 1894 at 138 B. St, N.E., Washington, DC.1 

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.

Fannie Bindon Colonna1

F, b. 8 June 1897
FatherBenjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.)1 b. 17 Oct 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925
MotherFannie Bindon Bailey1 b. 1862, d. 7 Feb 1941
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*8 June 1897Fannie Bindon Colonna was born on 8 June 1897 at 138 B. St, N.E., Washington, DC.1 

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.

John Owen Colonna1

M, b. 25 April 1901
FatherBenjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.)1 b. 17 Oct 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925
MotherFannie Bindon Bailey1 b. 1862, d. 7 Feb 1941
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*25 April 1901John Owen Colonna was born on 25 April 1901 at 138 B. St, N.E., Washington, DC.1 

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.

Flora Colonna1

F, b. 23 September 1904
FatherBenjamin Azariah Colonna (U.S.C. & G.S.)1 b. 17 Oct 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925
MotherFannie Bindon Bailey1 b. 1862, d. 7 Feb 1941
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*23 September 1904Flora Colonna was born on 23 September 1904 at 138 B. St, N.E., Washington, DC.1 

Citations

  1. [S2863] Benjamin A. Colonna, Benjamin A. Colonna, Autobiography of Benjamin Azariah Colonna of Accomac County Virginia, and of Washington, D.C. and a Sketch of his Ancestors and their way of living in Colonial Days and during the early days of the Republic, p. 10.

Mary A. Truitt1

F, b. circa 1849
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1849Mary A. Truitt was born circa 1849 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*27 May 1867She married Henry W. Colonna, son of William Colonna (carpenter) and Louisa Walter, on 27 May 1867 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Henry W. Colonna, a 24 year old blacksmith, the son of William & Louisa Colonna and she was shown as Mary A. Truitt, age 18, the daughter of George & Lauretta Truitt.1 
Married Name27 May 1867 As of 27 May 1867,her married name was Colonna. 

Family

Henry W. Colonna b. 1843, d. 1913
Children 1.Sallie S. Colonna2 b. c 1870
 2.Aylott Colonna2 b. c 1877

Citations

  1. [S2019] Phyllis Elmore, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1853-1922.
  2. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.

Massena G. Nottingham1

F, b. circa 1879
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1879Massena G. Nottingham was born circa 1879 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*27 December 1899She married William 'Willie' H. Colonna, son of William Frank Colonna and Margaret Ann Hatton, on 27 December 1899 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as William H. Colonna, a 32 year old single merchant, the son of William F. & M.A. Colonna and she was shown as Massena G. Nottingham, age 20, the daughter of A.G. & Jerusha Nottingham.1 
Married Name27 December 1899 As of 27 December 1899,her married name was Colonna. 

Family

William 'Willie' H. Colonna b. c 1868, d. 1930

Citations

  1. [S2019] Phyllis Elmore, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1853-1922.

Clara M. Lilliston1

F, b. circa 1879
Last Edited22 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1879Clara M. Lilliston was born circa 1879 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*21 December 1898She married Benjamin Azariah Colonna, son of William Frank Colonna and Margaret Ann Hatton, on 21 December 1898 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Benjamin A. Colonna, a 25 year old mason, the son of William F. & Margaret A. Colonna and she was shown as Clara M. Lilliston, age 19, the daughter of Edward C. & Ann Lilliston.1 
Married Name21 December 1898 As of 21 December 1898,her married name was Colonna. 

Family

Benjamin Azariah Colonna b. 29 Jan 1874, d. 23 Mar 1965

Citations

  1. [S2019] Phyllis Elmore, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1853-1922.

Fannie Cutler1

F, b. 15 April 1924, d. 9 September 2018
ChartsDescendants of William Andrews (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of Obedience Robins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of John Tankard (Gentleman, Esquire, Marionville)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*15 April 1924Fannie Cutler was born on 15 April 1924 at Nassawadox, Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1950She married Richard Eugene Miles, son of Richard Eldridge Miles Jr. and Sally Doughty, circa 1950 at Northampton Co, VA. 
Married Namecirca 1950 As of circa 1950,her married name was Miles. 
Death*9 September 2018Fannie Cutler died on 9 September 2018 at Virginia Beach, VA, at age 94. Fannie Cutler Miles passed away September 9, 2018 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She was born April 15, 1924 in Nassawadox, Virginia to the late Stella Cutler Simpson and Leonard C. Cutler. She was predeceased by her husband Richard Eugene Miles (Eugene) and son Bryan. She is survived by her son Richard (Dicky) Miles and his wife Miriam (Cookie), grandchildren Amy Bosher (Jason), Melissa, and Scott (Melissa A.), along with great-grandchildren Saderiah, Haley, Jason Jr., Hunter, Luke, Coltrane, and Molly. She is also survived by her son Harley Miles (Jeanne), their son Scott (Julie), daughter Leigh Catherine (Ningy) and husband Matt, grandchildren Jefferson, Lorelei, and Alexander, and many nieces and nephews. Fannie was one of seven children. She and her husband were born and raised on the Eastern Shore and grew up in Willis Wharf. Then the family resided in Exmore, Cape Charles, Cheriton, and Belle Haven. In the early sixties, the family moved to Salisbury, Maryland. Her husband Eugene died in 1981 and son Bryan died in 1991. She had a great passion for antiques and politics. She resided at Pine Bluff and for the past couple of years was in and out of nursing homes. Once she arrived at Beth Sholom Village in Virginia Beach, she blossomed. Her final year with Richard and Cookie, the grandchildren, and great grandchildren was a wonderful blessing. She was able to spend and enjoy more time with everyone. We would like to thank David Abraham and all of his staff at Beth Sholom Village, especially the staff inthe blue unit who was very attentive. We would also like to thank all the staff at Freda Gordon Hospice for their loving care. We would like to recognize fellow patients Charlean, Joyce, and Linda for their support and friendship, and thank Mary for her many prayers. Also, we would like to acknowledge Cantor Flax, who was attentive to our mother and well-liked by her. There will be a graveside service at Belle Haven Cemetery in Belle Haven, Virginia on Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 3:30 pm. Following the service, there will be a reception at Exmore Moose Lodge, 15315 Merry Cat Lane, Belle Haven, VA 23306. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Beth Sholom Village, 6401 Auburn Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 PH. #757-420-2512 or a . Dr. Michael Panitz, the family rabbi, will join the Miles family for the ceremony. Online condolences may be sent to the family at foxandjamesfh.com. Arrangements by Fox and James Funeral Home, Eastville, VA.1 

Family

Richard Eugene Miles b. 1924, d. 14 Feb 1981

Citations

  1. [S69] Daily Times, Salisbury, MD, Sept. 20, 2018 (obituary of Fannie Cutler Miles).

George W. Colonna1

M, b. 1844, d. 1845
FatherAbel B. Colonna1 b. 14 Oct 1813, d. 12 Mar 1872
MotherMargaret E.R. Powell1 b. c 1821, d. 17 Jul 1887
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*1844George W. Colonna was born in 1844 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Death*1845He died in 1845 at Accomack Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Susan B. Colonna1

F, b. 1850, d. 1931
FatherAbel B. Colonna1 b. 14 Oct 1813, d. 12 Mar 1872
MotherMargaret E.R. Powell1 b. c 1821, d. 17 Jul 1887
ChartsDescendants of Nicholas Granger (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*1850Susan B. Colonna was born in 1850 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*23 December 1873She married Samuel W. Nock, son of Elijah W. Nock and Margaret A. Charnock, on 23 December 1873 at Pungoteague, Accomack Co, VA. He was shown as Samuel W. Nock, a 35 year old single farmer, the son of Elijah W. & Marg't A. Nock and she was shown as Susan B. Colonna, age 24, the daughter of Abel B. & Marg't Colonna.2 
Married Name23 December 1873 As of 23 December 1873,her married name was Nock. 
Death*1931Susan B. Colonna died in 1931 at Accomack Co, VA.1 

Family

Samuel W. Nock b. c 1839

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.
  2. [S551] Barry W. Miles & Moody K. Miles, Accomack Co, VA, Marriage Records, 1854-1895 (Recorded in Licenses and Ministers' Returns).

Bettie Catherine Colonna1

F, b. 18 June 1853, d. 20 January 1920
FatherBenjamin S. Colonna2 b. 24 Jul 1820, d. 3 Nov 1861
MotherMary 'Mollie' C. Powell2 b. c 1830
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of John Major (Nandua Creek)
Descendants of Randall Revell (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Col. John Wise (Gentlemen, Chesconessex)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*18 June 1853Bettie Catherine Colonna was born on 18 June 1853 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*24 December 1873She married Major Thomas Wise, son of Edward Taylor Wise and Mary Parker Guy, on 24 December 1873 at Accomack Co, VA. He was shown as Major T. Wise, a 22 year old mechanic, the son of Edward T. & Mary P. Wise and she was shown as Bettie C. Colonna, age 20, the daughter of Benjamin S. & Mollie Colonna.2 
Married Name24 December 1873 As of 24 December 1873,her married name was Wise. 
Death*20 January 1920Bettie Catherine Colonna died on 20 January 1920 at Accomack Co, VA, at age 66.1 
Burial*Bettie was buried at Belle Haven Cemetery, Accomack Co, VA.1 

Family

Major Thomas Wise b. 27 Aug 1851, d. 5 Nov 1920

Citations

  1. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.
  2. [S551] Barry W. Miles & Moody K. Miles, Accomack Co, VA, Marriage Records, 1854-1895 (Recorded in Licenses and Ministers' Returns).

George Colonna1

M, b. 1859, d. 1859
FatherBenjamin S. Colonna1 b. 24 Jul 1820, d. 3 Nov 1861
MotherMary 'Mollie' C. Powell1 b. c 1830
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Death*1859George Colonna died in 1859 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Birth*1859He was born in 1859 at Accomack Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Hugh Colonna1

M, b. 1856, d. 1863
FatherBenjamin S. Colonna1 b. 24 Jul 1820, d. 3 Nov 1861
MotherMary 'Mollie' C. Powell1 b. c 1830
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*1856Hugh Colonna was born in 1856 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Death*1863He died in 1863 at Accomack Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Bruce Cornick Colonna1

M, b. circa 1904
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherFannie Fentress1 b. c 1870
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1904Bruce Cornick Colonna was born circa 1904.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

John Wilkins Colonna1

M, b. circa 1878
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherMaggie Dunstan1 b. c 1850, d. Jun 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1878John Wilkins Colonna was born circa 1878.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Margaret Evelyn Colonna1

F, b. circa 1880
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherMaggie Dunstan1 b. c 1850, d. Jun 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1880Margaret Evelyn Colonna was born circa 1880.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Carl Dunston Colonna1

M, b. circa 1882
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherMaggie Dunstan1 b. c 1850, d. Jun 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1882Carl Dunston Colonna was born circa 1882.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Willoughby Warren Colonna1

M, b. circa 1884
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherMaggie Dunstan1 b. c 1850, d. Jun 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1884Willoughby Warren Colonna was born circa 1884.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Edward Holt Colonna1

M, b. circa 1886
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherMaggie Dunstan1 b. c 1850, d. Jun 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1886Edward Holt Colonna was born circa 1886.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Benjamin Aheson(?) Colonna1

M, b. circa 1888
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherMaggie Dunstan1 b. c 1850, d. Jun 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1888Benjamin Aheson(?) Colonna was born circa 1888.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

George Lankford Colonna1

M, b. circa 1890
FatherCharles Jones Colonna (shipyard)1 b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 1920
MotherMaggie Dunstan1 b. c 1850, d. Jun 1893
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1890George Lankford Colonna was born circa 1890.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.

Abel Thomas Colonna1

M, b. 1870, d. 1939
FatherArthur B. Colonna1 b. 15 Nov 1842, d. 8 Sep 1891
MotherAnnie Tyler Ames1 b. 28 Oct 1843, d. 4 Nov 1879
ChartsDescendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*1870Abel Thomas Colonna was born in 1870 at Accomack Co, VA.1,2 
Marriage*1900He married Mollie Henderson in 1900 at Accomack Co, VA.2 
Death*1939Abel Thomas Colonna died in 1939 at Accomack Co, VA.1,2 
Burial*Abel was buried at Onancock Cemetery, Accomack Co, VA.2 

Family

Mollie Henderson b. 1880, d. 1950

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.
  2. [S502] Jean Merritt Mihalyka & Faye Downing Wilson, Graven Stones of Lower Accomack County, Virginia.

Mollie Henderson1

F, b. 1880, d. 1950
ChartsDescendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*1880Mollie Henderson was born in 1880 at Accomack Co, VA.2 
Marriage*1900She married Abel Thomas Colonna, son of Arthur B. Colonna and Annie Tyler Ames, in 1900 at Accomack Co, VA.2 
Married Name1900 As of 1900,her married name was Colonna. 
Death*1950Mollie Henderson died in 1950 at Accomack Co, VA.2 

Family

Abel Thomas Colonna b. 1870, d. 1939

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.
  2. [S502] Jean Merritt Mihalyka & Faye Downing Wilson, Graven Stones of Lower Accomack County, Virginia.

Margie L. Colonna1,2

F, b. circa 1872
FatherArthur B. Colonna1 b. 15 Nov 1842, d. 8 Sep 1891
MotherAnnie Tyler Ames1 b. 28 Oct 1843, d. 4 Nov 1879
ChartsDescendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1872Margie L. Colonna was born circa 1872 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*28 September 1892She married Charles E. Nichols on 28 September 1892 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as Charles E. Nichols, age 25 and Margie L. Colona, age 20.2 
Married Name28 September 1892 As of 28 September 1892,her married name was Nichols. 

Family

Charles E. Nichols b. c 1867

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart II.
  2. [S595] Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages (including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico) 1865-1906.

Charles E. Nichols1

M, b. circa 1867
ChartsDescendants of Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1867Charles E. Nichols was born circa 1867.1 
Marriage*28 September 1892He married Margie L. Colonna, daughter of Arthur B. Colonna and Annie Tyler Ames, on 28 September 1892 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as Charles E. Nichols, age 25 and Margie L. Colona, age 20.1 

Family

Margie L. Colonna b. c 1872

Citations

  1. [S595] Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages (including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico) 1865-1906.

Victor B. Charnock1

M, b. 1860, d. 1938
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*1860Victor B. Charnock was born in 1860 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*1883He married Fannie Elizabeth Colonna, daughter of Major C. Colonna (carpenter) and Sally P. Underhill, in 1883 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*1938Victor B. Charnock died in 1938 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Burial*Victor was buried at Red Bank Cemetery, Marionville, Northampton Co, VA.2 

Family

Fannie Elizabeth Colonna b. 1859, d. 1941

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.
  2. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.

Mary Colonna

F, b. circa 1847
FatherMajor C. Colonna (carpenter) b. c 1815, d. a 1880
MotherSally P. Underhill b. c 1820
Last Edited23 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1847Mary Colonna was born circa 1847 at Accomack Co, VA. 
Census w/parents*1850Mary was listed with her parents in the census of 1850 at St. George Parish, Acc Co, VA. She was shown as Mary Collona, age 3 in HH#721 headed by Major C. Collona, a 35 year old carpenter..1 
Census w/parents1860Mary was listed with her parents in the census of 1860 at Belle Haven, St. George Paish, Accomack Co, VA. HH#1088 was headed by Major Colinna, a 44 year old carpenter, born in Glouster Co, VA, with real estate valued at $100 and personal property valued at $50. Listed with him were the following Colinnas: Sally, age 40; Geo. H., age 14; Mary, age 12; Wm., age 8; John, age 5; and Eliz't, age 2.2 

Citations

  1. [S638] Family Tree Maker's Family Archives, 1850 Virginia Census Microfilm Records, CD#309.
  2. [S7] 1860 Accomack Co, VA, Census.

Margaret Colonna1

F, b. 1857, d. 1857
FatherMajor C. Colonna (carpenter)1 b. c 1815, d. a 1880
MotherSally P. Underhill1 b. c 1820
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Death*1857Margaret Colonna died in 1857. She died at the age of 3 months.1 
Birth*1857She was born in 1857 at Accomack Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.

Matilda Colonna1

F, b. 1851, d. 1856
FatherMajor C. Colonna (carpenter)1 b. c 1815, d. a 1880
MotherSally P. Underhill1 b. c 1820
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*1851Matilda Colonna was born in 1851 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Death*1856She died in 1856 at Accomack Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.

Sallie S. Colonna1

F, b. circa 1870
FatherHenry W. Colonna1 b. 1843, d. 1913
MotherMary A. Truitt1 b. c 1849
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1870Sallie S. Colonna was born circa 1870 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.

Aylott Colonna1

F, b. circa 1877
FatherHenry W. Colonna1 b. 1843, d. 1913
MotherMary A. Truitt1 b. c 1849
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1877Aylott Colonna was born circa 1877 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.

Ethel Colonna1

F, b. 1885
FatherArthur B. Colonna1 b. 1852, d. 1933
MotherWillianna 'Willie' McMath1 b. 1857, d. 1931
ChartsDescendants 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 Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
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 Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*1885Ethel Colonna was born in 1885 at Northampton Co, VA.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1910She married George W. Freeman circa 1910 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1910 As of circa 1910,her married name was Freeman. 
Death*Ethel Colonna died.2 
Burial*Ethel was buried at Belle Haven Cemetery, Accomack Co, VA.2 

Family

George W. Freeman b. 1887, d. 1961
Child 1.Estelle Freeman2 b. c 1915

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.
  2. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.

George W. Freeman1

M, b. 1887, d. 1961
ChartsDescendants 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 Richard Kellam (Gentleman, Occahannock)
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 Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*1887George W. Freeman was born in 1887.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1910He married Ethel Colonna, daughter of Arthur B. Colonna and Willianna 'Willie' McMath, circa 1910 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*1961George W. Freeman died in 1961.2 
Burial*George was buried at Belle Haven Cemetery, Accomack Co, VA.2 

Family

Ethel Colonna b. 1885
Child 1.Estelle Freeman2 b. c 1915

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.
  2. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.

Alice B. Colonna1

F, b. circa 1890
FatherGeorge H. Colonna1 b. 19 Nov 1842, d. 23 Aug 1915
MotherAlice Kellam1 b. c 1863, d. 1930
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*circa 1890Alice B. Colonna was born circa 1890 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S1022] Mary Frances Carey, Colonna Lands Report & Accompaning Charts, Colonna Chart III.

George H. Colonna1

M, b. 19 March 1899, d. 19 July 1971
FatherGeorge H. Colonna1 b. 19 Nov 1842, d. 23 Aug 1915
MotherAlice Kellam1 b. c 1863, d. 1930
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*19 March 1899George H. Colonna was born on 19 March 1899 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1930He married Louise L. (-----) circa 1930 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*19 July 1971George H. Colonna died on 19 July 1971 at Northampton Co, VA, at age 72.1 
Burial*George was buried at Johnson Church, Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

Louise L. (-----) b. 10 Oct 1910, d. 30 Nov 1954

Citations

  1. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.

Louise L. (-----)1

F, b. 10 October 1910, d. 30 November 1954
Last Edited24 Sep 2018
Birth*10 October 1910Louise L. (-----) was born on 10 October 1910 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1930She married George H. Colonna, son of George H. Colonna and Alice Kellam, circa 1930 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1930 As of circa 1930,her married name was Colonna. 
Death*30 November 1954Louise L. (-----) died on 30 November 1954 at Northampton Co, VA, at age 44.1 
Burial*Louise was buried at Johnson Church, Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

George H. Colonna b. 19 Mar 1899, d. 19 Jul 1971

Citations

  1. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.

Charles Magruder Lankford Sr.1

M, b. 15 March 1864, d. 7 August 1951
FatherWilliam Smith Lankford2 b. 16 May 1836, d. 3 Jan 1922
MotherAmelia Emily Adams2 b. 23 Mar 1837, d. 23 Dec 1921
ChartsDescendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of William Jones (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited26 Sep 2018
Birth*15 March 1864Charles Magruder Lankford Sr. was born on 15 March 1864 at Somerset Co, MD.2,3 
Census w/parents*1 June 1870Charles was listed with his parents in the census of 1 June 1870 at Marion P.O., Brnkley's District, Somerset Co, MD. HH#1 was headed by William S. Lankford, a 37 year old farmer. Listed with him were the following Lankfords: Amelia E., age 34; Samuel S., age 12; William A., age 10; Emma A., age 8; Charlie M., age 6; Mary C., age 4; and Francis G., age 1.4 
Marriage*15 October 1885He married Sallie E. Powell, daughter of Thomas J. (of Thos) Powell I and Sally A. Turner, on 15 October 1885 at Franktown North Church, Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Charles M. Langkford, age 21 yrs, 6 mos, 28 days, a single farmer, born in Somerset Co, MD, living in N'hamp Co, VA, and she was shown as Sallie E. Powell, age 21 years, 8 mos & 1 day, the daughter of Thomas J. & Sally E. Powell.2 
Marriage*10 October 1888Charles Magruder Lankford Sr. married Mary Woodson Fitchett on 10 October 1888 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Charles M. Lankford, a 24 year old widowed merchant, the son of William S. & Emma Lankford and she was shown as Mary W. Fitchett, age 24, the daughter of Edward C. & Mary W. Fitchett.2 
Death*7 August 1951Charles Magruder Lankford Sr. died on 7 August 1951 at Northampton Co, VA, at age 87.1 
Burial*Charles was buried at Franktown Cemetery, Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family 1

Sallie E. Powell b. 22 Feb 1864, d. 18 Aug 1886

Family 2

Mary Woodson Fitchett b. 16 Nov 1865, d. 19 Nov 1922
Children 1.Sallie Vale Lankford1 b. 20 Jun 1889, d. 30 Jun 1970
 2.Charles Magruder Lankford Jr.1 b. 30 Sep 1897, d. 31 May 1977

Citations

  1. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.
  2. [S2019] Phyllis Elmore, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1853-1922.
  3. [S564] Roy C. Pollitt, Somerset Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1796-1871.
  4. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, 1870 Federal Census, Somerset Co, MD.

Mary Woodson Fitchett1

F, b. 16 November 1865, d. 19 November 1922
Last Edited25 Sep 2018
Birth*16 November 1865Mary Woodson Fitchett was born on 16 November 1865 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*10 October 1888She married Charles Magruder Lankford Sr., son of William Smith Lankford and Amelia Emily Adams, on 10 October 1888 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Charles M. Lankford, a 24 year old widowed merchant, the son of William S. & Emma Lankford and she was shown as Mary W. Fitchett, age 24, the daughter of Edward C. & Mary W. Fitchett.2 
Married Name10 October 1888 As of 10 October 1888,her married name was Lankford. 
Death*19 November 1922Mary Woodson Fitchett died on 19 November 1922 at Northampton Co, VA, at age 57.1 

Family

Charles Magruder Lankford Sr. b. 15 Mar 1864, d. 7 Aug 1951
Children 1.Sallie Vale Lankford1 b. 20 Jun 1889, d. 30 Jun 1970
 2.Charles Magruder Lankford Jr.1 b. 30 Sep 1897, d. 31 May 1977

Citations

  1. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.
  2. [S2019] Phyllis Elmore, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1853-1922.

Ella V. Lankford1

F, b. 27 October 1871, d. 12 June 1957
FatherWilliam Smith Lankford1 b. 16 May 1836, d. 3 Jan 1922
MotherAmelia Emily Adams1 b. 23 Mar 1837, d. 23 Dec 1921
Last Edited25 Sep 2018
Birth*27 October 1871Ella V. Lankford was born on 27 October 1871 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*12 June 1957She died on 12 June 1957 at Northampton Co, VA, at age 85.1 
Burial*Ella was buried at Franktown Cemetery, Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S559] Jean Merritt Mihalyka, Gravestone Inscriptions in Northampton County, Virginia.