John (of Robt I) Warren Sr.1

M, b. circa 1647, d. before 14 December 1725
FatherRobert Warren I2 b. 1615, d. b 27 Mar 1679
MotherRebecca (-----)2 b. c 1624
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1647John (of Robt I) Warren Sr. was born circa 1647 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Marriage*circa 1680He married Elizabeth Patrick, daughter of Richard Patrick I and Susan Godwin, circa 1680 at Northampton Co, VA.2,4 
Land acquired*17 November 1683John (of Robt I) Warren Sr. acquired land on 17 November 1683 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Richard Patrick Jr. conveyed this tract to John Warren & Elizabeth his wife (a sister of Richard Patrick Jr.)4 
Will - Brother's*20 September 1690John was named in his brother's will on 20 September 1690 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Joseph Warren gave to son Robert Warren that half of my land where I live. To son Joseph Warren the other half of my land. Remaining estate to be eq. div. by my wife and my daus. Frances and Elizabeth Warren. Wife Frances extrx. My brothers Henry and John Warren and Richard and Benjamin Nottingham to oversee. Witt: William Gelding, Elizabeth 'E' Gelding, Benjamin Nottingham.5 
Marriage*circa 1710He married Mary Harmanson (Hamarson?) circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will*18 November 1725John made a will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.1 
Death*before 14 December 1725He died before 14 December 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.1 
Land left*1725He left land in 1725 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. John Warren Sr. (dec'd wife Elizabeth Patrick) left this tract to his son Henry.4 
Land cause*8 October 1745He was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict: That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was at the time of his death seized of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5 devised the said premises to his son Richard Partick, to him and his heirs forever, by the name of the Homeset Plantation, and soon after died; that the said Richard, the elder, had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the said Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Ursula intermarried with Argol Warren, who after the death of the said Richard entered into the said premises as appears by a verdict heretofor found in a cause between the now defendant plaintiff, and George Monk, defendant, and that they had issue Hernry, their eldest son who survived the said Argol and Ursula, which said verdict is in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren Warren, Plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for 200 acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue, a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ------ and returned the following verdict: We of the Jury find that Richard Patrick the elder was possessed of the premises in fee; that by the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, dated 16 February, 1674, he devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset plantation on Governor Hawly's Creek; that after the death of the said Richard Sr., his son Richard, was possessed of the premises; that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by deed dated 17 November 1683, conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr. & Elizabeth, his wife; that the said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor's Hawly's Creek, above 49 acres; that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr. to his son Richard as aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren, dated 18 November 1725; that the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; We also fin that the plantation in question is the same devised by Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick Jr., and the same land conveyed by the said Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will of John Warren Sr., to his son Henry the lessor. That Richard Patrick Sr., had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula; that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next, Ursula after Agnes and that the said Elizabeth survived them all; that John Warren Sr., late of the aforesaid County, intermarried with the said Elizabeth by whom he had three sons, Richard, John and Henry, the lessor; that Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized, and after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the second son John, who is now living; that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died in or about the year 1724; and Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the said Ursula immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the said Homeset Plantation, and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; that there was a division between the said Argol & John the elder of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part whereof the said Argol was possessed, he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren &c. - That the said Ursula died in or about the year 1709, and that the said Argol survived her about 18 years and then died, and after the death of the said Argol the said Henry, his son, entered into the premises and was thereof seized, and being so seized the said Henry departed this life in or about the year 1732, having first made his last will and testament, dated 9 Dec 1732, whereby he devised the said premises to his brother Matthew Warren, the plaintiff, by the description of 200 acres; that the plaintiff by virtue of the said devise entered upon the premises and held possession until the time in the declaration mentioned when the defendant entered in and upon the possession of the premises; that the plaintiff and those under whom he claims, have had the quiet and peaceable possession of the premises from the year 1674 till the entry made by the defendant as aforesaid; was also find a deed from the said Richard Patrick Jr., the devisee of the said Richard Patrick Sr., to a certain John Warren and his wife, dated 7 November 1683, in which he devised his whole estate of land and which was left to him by the last will of his father, Richard Patrick deceased. We also find John Warren's will, dated 18 November 1725, in which he devised his interest in the tract called Homeset plantation to his son Henry Warren and his heirs; we also find that the Henry Warren in the said will mentioned is the defendant, and also that the place where the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed was on the land the said Richard Patrick granted and made over to the defendant's father and mother, and that the plaintiff has two brothers older than himself now living who have each of them several children also now living &c.4 
Land cause8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.6 

Family 1

Elizabeth Patrick b. 20 Apr 1662, d. c 1709
Marriage*circa 1680He married Elizabeth Patrick, daughter of Richard Patrick I and Susan Godwin, circa 1680 at Northampton Co, VA.2,4 
Children 1.Richard (of John Sr) Warren+1,4 b. a 1683, d. b 18 Nov 1725
 2.John (of John Sr) Warren+1,4 b. c 1685, d. b 13 May 1729
 3.Henry (of John Sr) Warren1,4 b. c 1687, d. b 11 Mar 1760

Family 2

Mary Harmanson (Hamarson?) b. c 1685
Marriage*circa 1710John (of Robt I) Warren Sr. married Mary Harmanson (Hamarson?) circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Children 1.Jane (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1710
 2.Patrick (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1712
 3.George Harmanson (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1714

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 276 (tract N49).
  3. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  4. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 144 (will of Joseph Warren, wife Frances).
  6. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).

Timothy Steere I1

M, b. circa 1660, d. before 3 August 1691
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1660Timothy Steere I was born circa 1660.1 
Marriage*circa 1685He married Agnes Patrick, daughter of Richard Patrick I and Susan Godwin, circa 1685 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*before 3 August 1691Timothy Steere I died before 3 August 1691 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Timothy Steers was granted to Argoll Warren on behalf of Timothy Steers, orphan and son of the dec'd.2 

Family

Agnes Patrick b. 28 Feb 1666, d. b 29 Jan 1690/91
Child 1.Timothy Steere II3 b. c 1686, d. b 12 Mar 1712/13

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 276 (tract N49).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 144 (adm of Timothy Steere to Argoll Warren).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 143 (will of Agnes Steere).

Timothy Steere II1

M, b. circa 1686, d. before 12 March 1712/13
FatherTimothy Steere I1 b. c 1660, d. b 3 Aug 1691
MotherAgnes Patrick1 b. 28 Feb 1666, d. b 29 Jan 1690/91
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1686Timothy Steere II was born circa 1686 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Mother's*21 September 1690Timothy was named in his mother's will on 21 September 1690 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Agnes Steere gave to Henry and Mary Warren the children of Argoll Warren a heifer apiece. To my son Timothy Steere remaining estate. My son to remain with my brother-in-law Argoll Warren until 18. For want of my son's heirs his legacies to be eq. div. by my sister Ursula's children. My brother-in-law John Warren and my friend Benjamin Nottingham to inventory and oversee the distribution. Witt: Argoll Warren, Benjamin Nottingham. Probate - Argoll Warren qualified as the admtr.1 
Est Settm't Father's*3 August 1691He was named in the settlement of his father's estate on 3 August 1691 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Timothy Steers was granted to Argoll Warren on behalf of Timothy Steers, orphan and son of the dec'd.2 
Death*before 12 March 1712/13He died before 12 March 1712/13 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Timothy Steere was granted to Richard Warren. Appraisers: Robert Wiggon, Nichollas Powell, Richard Carvy and Deverox Godwine.3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 143 (will of Agnes Steere).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 144 (adm of Timothy Steere to Argoll Warren).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 196 (adm of Timothy Steere to Richard Warren).

Robert Warren I1

M, b. 1615, d. before 27 March 1679
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*1615Robert Warren I was born in 1615.2 
Marriage*circa 1642He married Rebecca (-----) circa 1642 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Age was stated*September 1655His age was stated in September 1655 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Robt Warren, age 40.2 
Land patented*1657Robert Warren I patented land in 1657 at tract N27, Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Robert Warren and it contained 150 acres.1 
Marriage*circa 1665He married Jane (-----) circa 1665 at Northampton Co, VA.4,5 
Land bought*1667Robert Warren I bought land in 1667 at tract N27, Northampton Co, VA. Usetis and Margaret Saunders sold any rights they might have to Robert Warren.1 
Will*12 November 1673Robert made a will on 12 November 1673 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren gave his entire estate for the use of wife [no name] during her widowhood, and of my children. My friends (Lt. Col.) William Waters and Mr. Francis Pigot to care for my wife and children. My son James Warren extr. All my land to my abovesaid children. Witt: John Willett, John Adolph. (Note: Owen Marsh married the widow June, and the son James was the youngest son and a minor.)5 
Death*before 27 March 1679He died before 27 March 1679 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved. Upon the petition of Owen Marsh and Jane his wife for admin of the estate of Robert Warren dec'd, the said Jane's former husband. A copy of the said will appearing wherein the said Warren's youngest son James is nominated Extr. It is therefore the judgment of the Court & accordingly ordered. That the Sheriff give the said James Warren notice to appear at next court to prove his father's will or relinquish the same and that the Overseers of the said will have likewise notice thereof in the behalf of the said James Warren, he being a minor.5,4 
Land left*1679He left land in 1679 at tract N27, Northampton Co, VA. Robert Warren left his land in this tract to his children, but a son James seems to have inherited. He with Joseph and Robert Warren of N26 were sons of this first Robert.1 

Family 1

Rebecca (-----) b. c 1624
Marriage*circa 1642He married Rebecca (-----) circa 1642 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Children 1.Joseph (of Robt I) Warren+1 b. 1642, d. b 28 May 1691
 2.Henry (of Robt I) Warren+3 b. c 1645, d. b 29 Jan 1693/94
 3.John (of Robt I) Warren Sr.+6 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
 4.Robert Warren II3 b. 1653
 5.Florentine 'Valentine' Warren3 b. c 1657
 6.Argall (of Robt I) Warren I+6 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728

Family 2

Jane (-----) b. c 1640
Marriage*circa 1665Robert Warren I married Jane (-----) circa 1665 at Northampton Co, VA.4,5 
Child 1.James (of Robt I) Warren+5 b. 1668, d. b 10 Jun 1735

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 135 (tract N27).
  2. [S623] William R.M. Houston M.D. & Jean M. Mihalyka, Colonial Residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore (Whose Ages Were Proved Before Court Officials of Accomack and Northampton Counties), p. 111.
  3. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  4. [S2106] Dr. Howard Mackey & Candy McMahan Perry, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 10, 1674-1678, p. 344 (28 Feb 1678/79 Court).
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 109 (will of Robert Warren, wife no name).
  6. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 276 (tract N49).

Jane (-----)1

F, b. circa 1640
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1640Jane (-----) was born circa 1640 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Marriage*circa 1665She married Robert Warren I circa 1665 at Northampton Co, VA.3,1 
Married Namecirca 1665 As of circa 1665,her married name was Warren.2 
Will - Husb's*12 November 1673Jane was named in her husband's will on 12 November 1673 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren gave his entire estate for the use of wife [no name] during her widowhood, and of my children. My friends (Lt. Col.) William Waters and Mr. Francis Pigot to care for my wife and children. My son James Warren extr. All my land to my abovesaid children. Witt: John Willett, John Adolph. (Note: Owen Marsh married the widow June, and the son James was the youngest son and a minor.)1 
Will - Witnessed*20 November 1676Jane witnessed a will on 20 November 1676 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Daniel Neech, Jane (X) Warren & Owen Marsh witnessed the will of Mrs. Anne Melling.4 
Married Namebefore 28 February 1678/79 As of before 28 February 1678/79,her married name was Marsh.1,3 
Marriage*before 28 February 1678/79She married Owen Marsh before 28 February 1678/79 at Northampton Co, VA.1,3 
Est Settm't Husb's*28 February 1678/79Jane (-----) was named in her husband's estate settlement on 28 February 1678/79 at Northampton Co, VA. Upon the petition of Owen Marsh and Jane his wife for admin of the estate of Robert Warren dec'd, the said Jane's former husband. A copy of the said will appearing wherein the said Warren's youngest son James is nominated Extr. It is therefore the judgment of the Court & accordingly ordered. That the Sheriff give the said James Warren notice to appear at next court to prove his father's will or relinquish the same and that the Overseers of the said will have likewise notice thereof in the behalf of the said James Warren, he being a minor.3 

Family 1

Robert Warren I b. 1615, d. b 27 Mar 1679
Marriage*circa 1665She married Robert Warren I circa 1665 at Northampton Co, VA.3,1 
Child 1.James (of Robt I) Warren+ b. 1668, d. b 10 Jun 1735

Family 2

Owen Marsh b. c 1630
Marriage*before 28 February 1678/79Jane (-----) married Owen Marsh before 28 February 1678/79 at Northampton Co, VA.1,3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 109 (will of Robert Warren, wife no name).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 276 (tract N49).
  3. [S2106] Dr. Howard Mackey & Candy McMahan Perry, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 10, 1674-1678, p. 344 (28 Feb 1678/79 Court).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 98 (will of Mrs. Anne Melling).

Owen Marsh1

M, b. circa 1630
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1630Owen Marsh was born circa 1630.1 
Will - Witnessed*20 November 1676Owen witnessed a will on 20 November 1676 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Daniel Neech, Jane (X) Warren & Owen Marsh witnessed the will of Mrs. Anne Melling.2 
Marriage*before 28 February 1678/79He married Jane (-----) before 28 February 1678/79 at Northampton Co, VA.1,3 
Est Settm't Wife's H*28 February 1678/79Owen Marsh was named in the settlement of his wife's former husband's estate on 28 February 1678/79 at Northampton Co, VA. Upon the petition of Owen Marsh and Jane his wife for admin of the estate of Robert Warren dec'd, the said Jane's former husband. A copy of the said will appearing wherein the said Warren's youngest son James is nominated Extr. It is therefore the judgment of the Court & accordingly ordered. That the Sheriff give the said James Warren notice to appear at next court to prove his father's will or relinquish the same and that the Overseers of the said will have likewise notice thereof in the behalf of the said James Warren, he being a minor.3 

Family

Jane (-----) b. c 1640

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 109 (will of Robert Warren, wife no name).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 98 (will of Mrs. Anne Melling).
  3. [S2106] Dr. Howard Mackey & Candy McMahan Perry, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 10, 1674-1678, p. 344 (28 Feb 1678/79 Court).

James (of Robt I) Warren1

M, b. 1668, d. before 10 June 1735
FatherRobert Warren I1 b. 1615, d. b 27 Mar 1679
MotherJane (-----) b. c 1640
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*1668James (of Robt I) Warren was born in 1668 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Will - Father's*12 November 1673James was named in his father's will on 12 November 1673 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren gave his entire estate for the use of wife [no name] during her widowhood, and of my children. My friends (Lt. Col.) William Waters and Mr. Francis Pigot to care for my wife and children. My son James Warren extr. All my land to my abovesaid children. Witt: John Willett, John Adolph. (Note: Owen Marsh married the widow June, and the son James was the youngest son and a minor.)1 
Est Settm't Father's*28 February 1678/79He was named in the settlement of his father's estate on 28 February 1678/79 at Northampton Co, VA. Upon the petition of Owen Marsh and Jane his wife for admin of the estate of Robert Warren dec'd, the said Jane's former husband. A copy of the said will appearing wherein the said Warren's youngest son James is nominated Extr. It is therefore the judgment of the Court & accordingly ordered. That the Sheriff give the said James Warren notice to appear at next court to prove his father's will or relinquish the same and that the Overseers of the said will have likewise notice thereof in the behalf of the said James Warren, he being a minor.3 
Land inherited*1679He inherited land in 1679 at tract N27, Northampton Co, VA. Robert Warren left his land in this tract to his children, but a son James seems to have inherited. He with Joseph and Robert Warren of N26 were sons of this first Robert.4 
Marriage*circa 1693He married Frances (-----) circa 1693 at Northampton Co, VA.5 
Age was stated*February 1694/95His age was stated in February 1694/95 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Jas Warren, age 27.2 
Will - Brother's*18 November 1725James was named in his brother's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.6 
Will*24 March 1734/35James made a will on 24 March 1734/35 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Warren gave to son John my 150 A. plantation whereon I now live. My grandson William Warren to have right to live on my plantation whereon Garbery Loffley now lives when he is 21. To my son John the use of whole estate during his life and then to be div. by his children. If my son predeceases his wife Margaret she to have no thirds of my lands. Son John extr. Witt: Robert Warren, Jr., Joseph [X] Warren, Sr., John Stratton.7 
Death*before 10 June 1735He died before 10 June 1735 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.7 
Land left*1735He left land in 1735 at tract N27, Northampton Co, VA. James Warren left his 150-acres plantation in this tract to his son John.4 

Family

Frances (-----) b. c 1670
Marriage*circa 1693He married Frances (-----) circa 1693 at Northampton Co, VA.5 
Child 1.John (of Jms) Warren+7 b. c 1695, d. b 10 Aug 1762

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 109 (will of Robert Warren, wife no name).
  2. [S623] William R.M. Houston M.D. & Jean M. Mihalyka, Colonial Residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore (Whose Ages Were Proved Before Court Officials of Accomack and Northampton Counties), p. 110.
  3. [S2106] Dr. Howard Mackey & Candy McMahan Perry, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 10, 1674-1678, p. 344 (28 Feb 1678/79 Court).
  4. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 135 (tract N27).
  5. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  6. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  7. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 288 (will of James Warren, son John whose wife is Margaret).

Frances (-----)1

F, b. circa 1670
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1670Frances (-----) was born circa 1670 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1693 As of circa 1693,her married name was Warren.1 
Marriage*circa 1693She married James (of Robt I) Warren, son of Robert Warren I and Jane (-----), circa 1693 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

James (of Robt I) Warren b. 1668, d. b 10 Jun 1735
Child 1.John (of Jms) Warren+2 b. c 1695, d. b 10 Aug 1762

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 288 (will of James Warren, son John whose wife is Margaret).

Robert Warren II1

M, b. 1653
FatherRobert Warren I1 b. 1615, d. b 27 Mar 1679
MotherRebecca (-----)1 b. c 1624
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*1653Robert Warren II was born in 1653 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Age was stated*January 1677/78His age was stated in January 1677/78 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Robt Warren, age 25.2 
Land inherited*1679He inherited land in 1679 at Northampton Co, VA. Robert Warren left his land in this tract to his children, but a son James seems to have inherited. He with Joseph and Robert Warren of N26 were sons of this first Robert.3 

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  2. [S623] William R.M. Houston M.D. & Jean M. Mihalyka, Colonial Residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore (Whose Ages Were Proved Before Court Officials of Accomack and Northampton Counties), p. 111.
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 135 (tract N27).

Florentine 'Valentine' Warren1

F, b. circa 1657
FatherRobert Warren I1 b. 1615, d. b 27 Mar 1679
MotherRebecca (-----)1 b. c 1624
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1657Florentine 'Valentine' Warren was born circa 1657 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Rebecca (-----)1

F, b. circa 1624
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1624Rebecca (-----) was born circa 1624.1 
Marriage*circa 1642She married Robert Warren I circa 1642 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1642 As of circa 1642,her married name was Warren.1 

Family

Robert Warren I b. 1615, d. b 27 Mar 1679
Children 1.Joseph (of Robt I) Warren+1 b. 1642, d. b 28 May 1691
 2.Henry (of Robt I) Warren+1 b. c 1645, d. b 29 Jan 1693/94
 3.John (of Robt I) Warren Sr.+2 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
 4.Robert Warren II1 b. 1653
 5.Florentine 'Valentine' Warren1 b. c 1657
 6.Argall (of Robt I) Warren I+1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 276 (tract N49).

John (of Jms) Warren1

M, b. circa 1695, d. before 10 August 1762
FatherJames (of Robt I) Warren1 b. 1668, d. b 10 Jun 1735
MotherFrances (-----)1 b. c 1670
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1695John (of Jms) Warren was born circa 1695 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1720He married Margaret (-----) circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*24 March 1734/35John was named in his father's will on 24 March 1734/35 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Warren gave to son John my 150 A. plantation whereon I now live. My grandson William Warren to have right to live on my plantation whereon Garbery Loffley now lives when he is 21. To my son John the use of whole estate during his life and then to be div. by his children. If my son predeceases his wife Margaret she to have no thirds of my lands. Son John extr. Witt: Robert Warren, Jr., Joseph [X] Warren, Sr., John Stratton.1 
Land inherited*1735He inherited land in 1735 at tract N27, Northampton Co, VA. James Warren left his 150-acres plantation in this tract to his son John.2 
Will*3 July 1762John made a will on 3 July 1762 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren gave to son William one shilling. To my dau. Elishe Warren remainder of estate and extrx. Witt: Peter Warren, John Speakman, Thomas [X] Moor, Margaret [X] Wingate.3 
Death*before 10 August 1762He died before 10 August 1762 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.3 

Family

Margaret (-----) b. c 1700
Children 1.William (of Jno) Warren1 b. c 1725
 2.Elishe (of Jno) Warren3 b. c 1727

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 288 (will of James Warren, son John whose wife is Margaret).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 135 (tract N27).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 393 (will of John Warren, son Wm & daughter Elishe).

Margaret (-----)1

F, b. circa 1700
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1700Margaret (-----) was born circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1720 As of circa 1720,her married name was Warren. 
Marriage*circa 1720She married John (of Jms) Warren, son of James (of Robt I) Warren and Frances (-----), circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Will - Father-in-law*24 March 1734/35Margaret was named in her father-in-law's will on 24 March 1734/35 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Warren gave to son John my 150 A. plantation whereon I now live. My grandson William Warren to have right to live on my plantation whereon Garbery Loffley now lives when he is 21. To my son John the use of whole estate during his life and then to be div. by his children. If my son predeceases his wife Margaret she to have no thirds of my lands. Son John extr. Witt: Robert Warren, Jr., Joseph [X] Warren, Sr., John Stratton.2 

Family

John (of Jms) Warren b. c 1695, d. b 10 Aug 1762
Children 1.William (of Jno) Warren2 b. c 1725
 2.Elishe (of Jno) Warren3 b. c 1727

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 135 (tract N27).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 288 (will of James Warren, son John whose wife is Margaret).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 393 (will of John Warren, son Wm & daughter Elishe).

William (of Jno) Warren1

M, b. circa 1725
FatherJohn (of Jms) Warren1 b. c 1695, d. b 10 Aug 1762
MotherMargaret (-----)1 b. c 1700
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1725William (of Jno) Warren was born circa 1725 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Grfath's*24 March 1734/35William was named in his grandfather's will on 24 March 1734/35 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will James Warren gave to son John my 150 A. plantation whereon I now live. My grandson William Warren to have right to live on my plantation whereon Garbery Loffley now lives when he is 21. To my son John the use of whole estate during his life and then to be div. by his children. If my son predeceases his wife Margaret she to have no thirds of my lands. Son John extr. Witt: Robert Warren, Jr., Joseph [X] Warren, Sr., John Stratton.1 
Will - Father's*3 July 1762William was named in his father's will on 3 July 1762 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren gave to son William one shilling. To my dau. Elishe Warren remainder of estate and extrx. Witt: Peter Warren, John Speakman, Thomas [X] Moor, Margaret [X] Wingate.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 288 (will of James Warren, son John whose wife is Margaret).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 393 (will of John Warren, son Wm & daughter Elishe).

Robert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren1

M, b. circa 1674, d. before 11 February 1752
FatherJoseph (of Robt I) Warren1 b. 1642, d. b 28 May 1691
MotherFrances (-----)1 b. c 1656
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1674Robert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren was born circa 1674 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*20 September 1690Robert was named in his father's will on 20 September 1690 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Joseph Warren gave to son Robert Warren that half of my land where I live. To son Joseph Warren the other half of my land. Remaining estate to be eq. div. by my wife and my daus. Frances and Elizabeth Warren. Wife Frances extrx. My brothers Henry and John Warren and Richard and Benjamin Nottingham to oversee. Witt: William Gelding, Elizabeth 'E' Gelding, Benjamin Nottingham.2 
Land inherited*1691He inherited land in 1691 at tract N26, Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1700He married Mary (-----) circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Will - Brother's*13 January 1741/42Robert was named in his brother's will on 13 January 1741/42 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Joseph Warren gave to son Solomon my 150 A. plantation whereon I now live, and also 50 A. lying in the Piney Swamp which I bought of John Stokely, a walnut desk, one tennant saw, and my half of a cross cut saw which is partnership between me and Watkins Wilkins and 20s. My son Solomon to be obliged to grant wood privilege to my son Peter (under 18) off the above land. To my dau. Rachel Warren all her mother's clothing and £3. To dau. Mary Warren 30s. To my son Peter two horses called "Jagar" and "Gray", and 40s. The land given Solomon is bounded from Esq. Custis southerly, from David Darby dec'd easterly, William Waterson dec'd westerly, and James Floyd northerly. To daus. Rachel and Mary n. Daniel. My brother Robert Warren and Robert Banks to div. estate. Brother Robert extr. Witt: Abner Coffin, Robert Robert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren Warren, Robert [X] Banks.4 
Will*23 March 1747Robert made a will on 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren Sr. gave to son Robert my 115 A. plantation whereon I now live and all my wearing apparel. To my dau. Frances Warren one cow and two sheep. To dau. Mary Banks one pine cupboard. To granddau. Mary Cooper one heifer and a sute of Virginia linen curtains and vallens. My dear wife Mary resid. legatee. Son Robert to have n. wench Betty after his mother's death. Wife and son Robert extrs. Witt: Berry [his X] Wilkins, John Stratton. Probate - The witnesses being dec'd, this will was proved by the depositions of John Stratton, Jr. and John Warren.3 
Death*before 11 February 1752He died before 11 February 1752 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.3 
Land gave*1752He deeded land as a gift in 1752 at tract N26, Northampton Co, VA. In 1752 Robert Warren (wife Mary) left his part of this tract to son Robert as 115 acres. The next year young Robert and his mother Mary Warren sold 50 acres to George Wingate. The deed stated that Warren had bought this from a John Warren (N27) by a General Court deed and that it was bounded on the south by Robert's inherited 115 acres which he had also sold to Wingate by a General Court deed.1 

Family

Mary (-----) b. c 1680, d. b 11 Feb 1752
Marriage*circa 1700He married Mary (-----) circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Children 1.Robert (of Robt of Joseph) Warren3 b. c 1710
 2.Frances (of Robt of Joseph) Warren3 b. c 1715
 3.Mary (of Robt of Joseph) Warren3 b. c 1720
 4.(dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren+5 b. c 1722, d. b 23 Mar 1747

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 134 (tract N26).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 144 (will of Joseph Warren, wife Frances).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 310 (will of Joseph Warren).
  5. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Elizabeth (-----)1

F, b. circa 1735
ChartsDescendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1735Elizabeth (-----) was born circa 1735 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1760 As of circa 1760,her married name was Warren.1 
Marriage*circa 1760She married Solomon (158) Warren, son of Joseph (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren and (dau of Argoll) (48) Wilkins, circa 1760 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Est Settm't Husb's*12 February 1765Elizabeth (-----) was named in her husband's estate settlement on 12 February 1765 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Solomon Warren was granted to Elizabeth Warren. Appraisers: Benjamin Stratton, Henry Guy, Thomas Wilson and Jacob Freshwater.1 

Family

Solomon (158) Warren b. c 1731, d. b 12 Feb 1765

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 396 (adm of Solomon Warren to Elizabeth Warren).

Mary (-----)1

F, b. circa 1680, d. before 11 February 1752
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1680Mary (-----) was born circa 1680 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1700 As of circa 1700,her married name was Warren.1 
Marriage*circa 1700She married Robert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren, son of Joseph (of Robt I) Warren and Frances (-----), circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Husb's*23 March 1747Mary was named in her husband's will on 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren Sr. gave to son Robert my 115 A. plantation whereon I now live and all my wearing apparel. To my dau. Frances Warren one cow and two sheep. To dau. Mary Banks one pine cupboard. To granddau. Mary Cooper one heifer and a sute of Virginia linen curtains and vallens. My dear wife Mary resid. legatee. Son Robert to have n. wench Betty after his mother's death. Wife and son Robert extrs. Witt: Berry [his X] Wilkins, John Stratton. Probate - The witnesses being dec'd, this will was proved by the depositions of John Stratton, Jr. and John Warren.1 
Death*before 11 February 1752She died before 11 February 1752 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Land sold*1753She sold land in 1753 at tract N26, Northampton Co, VA. In 1752 Robert Warren (wife Mary) left his part of this tract to son Robert as 115 acres. The next year young Robert and his mother Mary Warren sold 50 acres to George Wingate. The deed stated that Warren had bought this from a John Warren (N27) by a General Court deed and that it was bounded on the south by Robert's inherited 115 acres which he had also sold to Wingate by a General Court deed.3 

Family

Robert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren b. c 1674, d. b 11 Feb 1752
Children 1.Robert (of Robt of Joseph) Warren1 b. c 1710
 2.Frances (of Robt of Joseph) Warren1 b. c 1715
 3.Mary (of Robt of Joseph) Warren1 b. c 1720
 4.(dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren+4 b. c 1722, d. b 23 Mar 1747

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 359 (adm of Mary Warren to Robert Warren Jr.).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 134 (tract N26).
  4. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Robert (of Robt of Joseph) Warren1

M, b. circa 1710
FatherRobert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren1 b. c 1674, d. b 11 Feb 1752
MotherMary (-----)1 b. c 1680, d. b 11 Feb 1752
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1710Robert (of Robt of Joseph) Warren was born circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*23 March 1747Robert was named in his father's will on 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren Sr. gave to son Robert my 115 A. plantation whereon I now live and all my wearing apparel. To my dau. Frances Warren one cow and two sheep. To dau. Mary Banks one pine cupboard. To granddau. Mary Cooper one heifer and a sute of Virginia linen curtains and vallens. My dear wife Mary resid. legatee. Son Robert to have n. wench Betty after his mother's death. Wife and son Robert extrs. Witt: Berry [his X] Wilkins, John Stratton. Probate - The witnesses being dec'd, this will was proved by the depositions of John Stratton, Jr. and John Warren.1 
Est Settm't Mother's*11 February 1752He was named in the settlement of his mother's estate on 11 February 1752 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Henry Warren was granted to William Dolby & Jacob Monk. Appraisers: John Harmanson, Devorax Godwin, Thomas Nottingham & George Powell.2 
Land inherited*1752He inherited land in 1752 at tract N26, Northampton Co, VA. In 1752 Robert Warren (wife Mary) left his part of this tract to son Robert as 115 acres. The next year young Robert and his mother Mary Warren sold 50 acres to George Wingate. The deed stated that Warren had bought this from a John Warren (N27) by a General Court deed and that it was bounded on the south by Robert's inherited 115 acres which he had also sold to Wingate by a General Court deed.3 
Moved to*1760He moved in 1760 to Pennsylvania..4 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 359 (adm of Mary Warren to Robert Warren Jr.).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 134 (tract N26).
  4. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Frances (of Robt of Joseph) Warren1

F, b. circa 1715
FatherRobert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren1 b. c 1674, d. b 11 Feb 1752
MotherMary (-----)1 b. c 1680, d. b 11 Feb 1752
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1715Frances (of Robt of Joseph) Warren was born circa 1715 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*23 March 1747Frances was named in her father's will on 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren Sr. gave to son Robert my 115 A. plantation whereon I now live and all my wearing apparel. To my dau. Frances Warren one cow and two sheep. To dau. Mary Banks one pine cupboard. To granddau. Mary Cooper one heifer and a sute of Virginia linen curtains and vallens. My dear wife Mary resid. legatee. Son Robert to have n. wench Betty after his mother's death. Wife and son Robert extrs. Witt: Berry [his X] Wilkins, John Stratton. Probate - The witnesses being dec'd, this will was proved by the depositions of John Stratton, Jr. and John Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).

Mary (of Robt of Joseph) Warren1

F, b. circa 1720
FatherRobert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren1 b. c 1674, d. b 11 Feb 1752
MotherMary (-----)1 b. c 1680, d. b 11 Feb 1752
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1720Mary (of Robt of Joseph) Warren was born circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1745 As of circa 1745,her married name was Banks.1 
Marriage*circa 1745She married Robert Banks circa 1745 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*23 March 1747Mary was named in her father's will on 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren Sr. gave to son Robert my 115 A. plantation whereon I now live and all my wearing apparel. To my dau. Frances Warren one cow and two sheep. To dau. Mary Banks one pine cupboard. To granddau. Mary Cooper one heifer and a sute of Virginia linen curtains and vallens. My dear wife Mary resid. legatee. Son Robert to have n. wench Betty after his mother's death. Wife and son Robert extrs. Witt: Berry [his X] Wilkins, John Stratton. Probate - The witnesses being dec'd, this will was proved by the depositions of John Stratton, Jr. and John Warren.1 

Family

Robert Banks b. c 1720

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).

Robert Banks1

M, b. circa 1720
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1720Robert Banks was born circa 1720.2 
Marriage*circa 1745He married Mary (of Robt of Joseph) Warren, daughter of Robert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren and Mary (-----), circa 1745 at Northampton Co, VA.2 

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).

(dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren1

F, b. circa 1722, d. before 23 March 1747
FatherRobert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren1 b. c 1674, d. b 11 Feb 1752
MotherMary (-----)1 b. c 1680, d. b 11 Feb 1752
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1722(dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren was born circa 1722 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1745 As of circa 1745,her married name was Cooper.2 
Marriage*circa 1745She married (-----) Cooper circa 1745 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Death*before 23 March 1747(dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren died before 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*23 March 1747(dau was named in her father's will on 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren Sr. gave to son Robert my 115 A. plantation whereon I now live and all my wearing apparel. To my dau. Frances Warren one cow and two sheep. To dau. Mary Banks one pine cupboard. To granddau. Mary Cooper one heifer and a sute of Virginia linen curtains and vallens. My dear wife Mary resid. legatee. Son Robert to have n. wench Betty after his mother's death. Wife and son Robert extrs. Witt: Berry [his X] Wilkins, John Stratton. Probate - The witnesses being dec'd, this will was proved by the depositions of John Stratton, Jr. and John Warren.1 

Family

(-----) Cooper b. c 1720
Child 1.Mary Cooper2 b. c 1745

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).

(-----) Cooper1

M, b. circa 1720
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1720(-----) Cooper was born circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1745He married (dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren, daughter of Robert (of Joseph of Robt I) Warren and Mary (-----), circa 1745 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

(dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren b. c 1722, d. b 23 Mar 1747
Child 1.Mary Cooper1 b. c 1745

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).

Mary Cooper1

F, b. circa 1745
Father(-----) Cooper1 b. c 1720
Mother(dau of Robt of Joseph) Warren1 b. c 1722, d. b 23 Mar 1747
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1745Mary Cooper was born circa 1745 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Grfath's*23 March 1747Mary was named in her grandfather's will on 23 March 1747 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Robert Warren Sr. gave to son Robert my 115 A. plantation whereon I now live and all my wearing apparel. To my dau. Frances Warren one cow and two sheep. To dau. Mary Banks one pine cupboard. To granddau. Mary Cooper one heifer and a sute of Virginia linen curtains and vallens. My dear wife Mary resid. legatee. Son Robert to have n. wench Betty after his mother's death. Wife and son Robert extrs. Witt: Berry [his X] Wilkins, John Stratton. Probate - The witnesses being dec'd, this will was proved by the depositions of John Stratton, Jr. and John Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 348 (will of Robert Warren Sr., wife Mary).

Richard (of John Sr) Warren1

M, b. after 1683, d. before 18 November 1725
FatherJohn (of Robt I) Warren Sr.1,2 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
MotherElizabeth Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1662, d. c 1709
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*after 1683Richard (of John Sr) Warren was born after 1683 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Marriage*circa 1705He married (-----) (-----) circa 1705 at Northampton Co, VA. 
Est Settm't Uncle's*12 March 1712/13Richard (of John Sr) Warren was named in the settlement of his uncle's estate on 12 March 1712/13 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Timothy Steere was granted to Richard Warren. Appraisers: Robert Wiggon, Nichollas Powell, Richard Carvy and Deverox Godwine.4 
Death*before 18 November 1725He died before 18 November 1725. Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother and left a son living named Jacob.1,2 
Land cause*8 October 1745He was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict: That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was at the time of his death seized of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5 devised the said premises to his son Richard Partick, to him and his heirs forever, by the name of the Homeset Plantation, and soon after died; that the said Richard, the elder, had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the said Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Ursula intermarried with Argol Warren, who after the death of the said Richard entered into the said premises as appears by a verdict heretofor found in a cause between the now defendant plaintiff, and George Monk, defendant, and that they had issue Hernry, their eldest son who survived the said Argol and Ursula, which said verdict is in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren Warren, Plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for 200 acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue, a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ------ and returned the following verdict: We of the Jury find that Richard Patrick the elder was possessed of the premises in fee; that by the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, dated 16 February, 1674, he devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset plantation on Governor Hawly's Creek; that after the death of the said Richard Sr., his son Richard, was possessed of the premises; that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by deed dated 17 November 1683, conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr. & Elizabeth, his wife; that the said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor's Hawly's Creek, above 49 acres; that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr. to his son Richard as aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren, dated 18 November 1725; that the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; We also fin that the plantation in question is the same devised by Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick Jr., and the same land conveyed by the said Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will of John Warren Sr., to his son Henry the lessor. That Richard Patrick Sr., had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula; that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next, Ursula after Agnes and that the said Elizabeth survived them all; that John Warren Sr., late of the aforesaid County, intermarried with the said Elizabeth by whom he had three sons, Richard, John and Henry, the lessor; that Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized, and after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the second son John, who is now living; that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died in or about the year 1724; and Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the said Ursula immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the said Homeset Plantation, and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; that there was a division between the said Argol & John the elder of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part whereof the said Argol was possessed, he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren &c. - That the said Ursula died in or about the year 1709, and that the said Argol survived her about 18 years and then died, and after the death of the said Argol the said Henry, his son, entered into the premises and was thereof seized, and being so seized the said Henry departed this life in or about the year 1732, having first made his last will and testament, dated 9 Dec 1732, whereby he devised the said premises to his brother Matthew Warren, the plaintiff, by the description of 200 acres; that the plaintiff by virtue of the said devise entered upon the premises and held possession until the time in the declaration mentioned when the defendant entered in and upon the possession of the premises; that the plaintiff and those under whom he claims, have had the quiet and peaceable possession of the premises from the year 1674 till the entry made by the defendant as aforesaid; was also find a deed from the said Richard Patrick Jr., the devisee of the said Richard Patrick Sr., to a certain John Warren and his wife, dated 7 November 1683, in which he devised his whole estate of land and which was left to him by the last will of his father, Richard Patrick deceased. We also find John Warren's will, dated 18 November 1725, in which he devised his interest in the tract called Homeset plantation to his son Henry Warren and his heirs; we also find that the Henry Warren in the said will mentioned is the defendant, and also that the place where the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed was on the land the said Richard Patrick granted and made over to the defendant's father and mother, and that the plaintiff has two brothers older than himself now living who have each of them several children also now living &c.2 
Land cause8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.5 

Family

(-----) (-----) b. c 1685
Child 1.Jacob (of Rich of John) Warren3 b. c 1710, d. 1729

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  3. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 196 (adm of Timothy Steere to Richard Warren).
  5. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).

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

F, b. circa 1685
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1685(-----) (-----) was born circa 1685 at Northampton Co, VA. 
Married Namecirca 1705 As of circa 1705,her married name was Warren. 
Marriage*circa 1705She married Richard (of John Sr) Warren, son of John (of Robt I) Warren Sr. and Elizabeth Patrick, circa 1705 at Northampton Co, VA. 

Family

Richard (of John Sr) Warren b. a 1683, d. b 18 Nov 1725
Child 1.Jacob (of Rich of John) Warren1 b. c 1710, d. 1729

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Jacob (of Rich of John) Warren1

M, b. circa 1710, d. 1729
FatherRichard (of John Sr) Warren1 b. a 1683, d. b 18 Nov 1725
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1685
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1710Jacob (of Rich of John) Warren was born circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Grfath's*18 November 1725Jacob was named in his grandfather's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.2 
Death*1729He died in 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. Jacob died under age and without issue about 17 years ago, according to a land cause dated 8 Apr 1746.3,4 
Land cause*8 October 1745He was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Northampton Co, VA. Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized.3 
Land cause8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.4 

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  3. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  4. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).

Mary Harmanson (Hamarson?)1

F, b. circa 1685
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1685Mary Harmanson (Hamarson?) was born circa 1685 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1710 As of circa 1710,her married name was Warren.1 
Marriage*circa 1710She married John (of Robt I) Warren Sr., son of Robert Warren I and Rebecca (-----), circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Husb's*18 November 1725Mary was named in her husband's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.1 

Family

John (of Robt I) Warren Sr. b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
Children 1.Jane (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1710
 2.Patrick (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1712
 3.George Harmanson (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1714

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).

John (of John Sr) Warren1

M, b. circa 1685, d. before 13 May 1729
FatherJohn (of Robt I) Warren Sr.1,2 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
MotherElizabeth Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1662, d. c 1709
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1685John (of John Sr) Warren was born circa 1685 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1718He married Elizabeth (-----) circa 1718 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Will - Father's*18 November 1725John was named in his father's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.1 
Land inherited*circa 1728He inherited land circa 1728 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. After Jacob, the only son of the the eldest son Richard, died under age and without issue, the second eldest son John, entered on this land and died thereof seized, and after his death George Monk intermarried with his widow.2 
Will*20 April 1729John made a will on 20 April 1729 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren, Sr., gave to son Thomas the plantation I live on. To son Moses the plantation which John Esdall liveth on. To dau. Sarah Warren all my land in Tims Neck. To my loving wife the use of the plantation I now live on until my son Thomas is at age. Brother Hillary (Henry?) Warren may sell the 1/4 part of Rack Island and div. it between wife and children. To my sister Jane Warren. Wife Elizabeth extrx. Friends Nicholas Powell, Nathaniel Powell and Joseph Godwine to assist her and my three small children. Witt: Joseph Godwine, Mary [X] Warren, William John (of John Sr) Warren Willson, John Satchell, John Esdall, Henry Warren, Mathew [X] Warren. Codicil - 22 Apr. 1729 John Esdall to have the plantation I gave to my son Moses until Moses is 21.3,4 
Death*before 13 May 1729He died before 13 May 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.3 
Land cause*8 October 1745He was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict: That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was at the time of his death seized of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5 devised the said premises to his son Richard Partick, to him and his heirs forever, by the name of the Homeset Plantation, and soon after died; that the said Richard, the elder, had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the said Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Ursula intermarried with Argol Warren, who after the death of the said Richard entered into the said premises as appears by a verdict heretofor found in a cause between the now defendant plaintiff, and George Monk, defendant, and that they had issue Hernry, their eldest son who survived the said Argol and Ursula, which said verdict is in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren Warren, Plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for 200 acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue, a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ------ and returned the following verdict: We of the Jury find that Richard Patrick the elder was possessed of the premises in fee; that by the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, dated 16 February, 1674, he devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset plantation on Governor Hawly's Creek; that after the death of the said Richard Sr., his son Richard, was possessed of the premises; that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by deed dated 17 November 1683, conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr. & Elizabeth, his wife; that the said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor's Hawly's Creek, above 49 acres; that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr. to his son Richard as aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren, dated 18 November 1725; that the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; We also fin that the plantation in question is the same devised by Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick Jr., and the same land conveyed by the said Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will of John Warren Sr., to his son Henry the lessor. That Richard Patrick Sr., had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula; that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next, Ursula after Agnes and that the said Elizabeth survived them all; that John Warren Sr., late of the aforesaid County, intermarried with the said Elizabeth by whom he had three sons, Richard, John and Henry, the lessor; that Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized, and after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the second son John, who is now living; that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died in or about the year 1724; and Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the said Ursula immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the said Homeset Plantation, and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; that there was a division between the said Argol & John the elder of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part whereof the said Argol was possessed, he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren &c. - That the said Ursula died in or about the year 1709, and that the said Argol survived her about 18 years and then died, and after the death of the said Argol the said Henry, his son, entered into the premises and was thereof seized, and being so seized the said Henry departed this life in or about the year 1732, having first made his last will and testament, dated 9 Dec 1732, whereby he devised the said premises to his brother Matthew Warren, the plaintiff, by the description of 200 acres; that the plaintiff by virtue of the said devise entered upon the premises and held possession until the time in the declaration mentioned when the defendant entered in and upon the possession of the premises; that the plaintiff and those under whom he claims, have had the quiet and peaceable possession of the premises from the year 1674 till the entry made by the defendant as aforesaid; was also find a deed from the said Richard Patrick Jr., the devisee of the said Richard Patrick Sr., to a certain John Warren and his wife, dated 7 November 1683, in which he devised his whole estate of land and which was left to him by the last will of his father, Richard Patrick deceased. We also find John Warren's will, dated 18 November 1725, in which he devised his interest in the tract called Homeset plantation to his son Henry Warren and his heirs; we also find that the Henry Warren in the said will mentioned is the defendant, and also that the place where the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed was on the land the said Richard Patrick granted and made over to the defendant's father and mother, and that the plaintiff has two brothers older than himself now living who have each of them several children also now living &c.2 
Land cause8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.4 

Family

Elizabeth (-----) b. c 1700, d. b 9 Mar 1744
Marriage*circa 1718He married Elizabeth (-----) circa 1718 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Children 1.Moses (of Jno & Eliza) Warren3 b. c 1718
 2.Thomas (of Jno & Eliza) Warren3 b. c 1727
 3.Sarah (of Jno & Eliza) Warren3 b. c 1728

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 265 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Elizabeth).
  4. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).

Henry (of John Sr) Warren1

M, b. circa 1687, d. before 11 March 1760
FatherJohn (of Robt I) Warren Sr.1,2 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
MotherElizabeth Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1662, d. c 1709
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1687Henry (of John Sr) Warren was born circa 1687 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*18 November 1725Henry was named in his father's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.1 
Land inherited*1725He inherited land in 1725 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. John Warren Sr. (dec'd wife Elizabeth Patrick) left this tract to his son Henry.2 
Will - Brother's*20 April 1729Henry was named in his brother's will on 20 April 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren, Sr., gave to son Thomas the plantation I live on. To son Moses the plantation which John Esdall liveth on. To dau. Sarah Warren all my land in Tims Neck. To my loving wife the use of the plantation I now live on until my son Thomas is at age. Brother Hillary (Henry?) Warren may sell the 1/4 part of Rack Island and div. it between wife and children. To my sister Jane Warren. Wife Elizabeth extrx. Friends Nicholas Powell, Nathaniel Powell and Joseph Godwine to assist her and my three small children. Witt: Joseph Godwine, Mary [X] Warren, William Henry (of John Sr) Warren Willson, John Satchell, John Esdall, Henry Warren, Mathew [X] Warren. Codicil - 22 Apr. 1729 John Esdall to have the plantation I gave to my son Moses until Moses is 21.3 
Land cause*8 October 1745He was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict: That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was at the time of his death seized of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5 devised the said premises to his son Richard Partick, to him and his heirs forever, by the name of the Homeset Plantation, and soon after died; that the said Richard, the elder, had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the said Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Ursula intermarried with Argol Warren, who after the death of the said Richard entered into the said premises as appears by a verdict heretofor found in a cause between the now defendant plaintiff, and George Monk, defendant, and that they had issue Hernry, their eldest son who survived the said Argol and Ursula, which said verdict is in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren Warren, Plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for 200 acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue, a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ------ and returned the following verdict: We of the Jury find that Richard Patrick the elder was possessed of the premises in fee; that by the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, dated 16 February, 1674, he devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset plantation on Governor Hawly's Creek; that after the death of the said Richard Sr., his son Richard, was possessed of the premises; that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by deed dated 17 November 1683, conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr. & Elizabeth, his wife; that the said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor's Hawly's Creek, above 49 acres; that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr. to his son Richard as aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren, dated 18 November 1725; that the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; We also fin that the plantation in question is the same devised by Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick Jr., and the same land conveyed by the said Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will of John Warren Sr., to his son Henry the lessor. That Richard Patrick Sr., had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula; that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next, Ursula after Agnes and that the said Elizabeth survived them all; that John Warren Sr., late of the aforesaid County, intermarried with the said Elizabeth by whom he had three sons, Richard, John and Henry, the lessor; that Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized, and after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the second son John, who is now living; that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died in or about the year 1724; and Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the said Ursula immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the said Homeset Plantation, and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; that there was a division between the said Argol & John the elder of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part whereof the said Argol was possessed, he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren &c. - That the said Ursula died in or about the year 1709, and that the said Argol survived her about 18 years and then died, and after the death of the said Argol the said Henry, his son, entered into the premises and was thereof seized, and being so seized the said Henry departed this life in or about the year 1732, having first made his last will and testament, dated 9 Dec 1732, whereby he devised the said premises to his brother Matthew Warren, the plaintiff, by the description of 200 acres; that the plaintiff by virtue of the said devise entered upon the premises and held possession until the time in the declaration mentioned when the defendant entered in and upon the possession of the premises; that the plaintiff and those under whom he claims, have had the quiet and peaceable possession of the premises from the year 1674 till the entry made by the defendant as aforesaid; was also find a deed from the said Richard Patrick Jr., the devisee of the said Richard Patrick Sr., to a certain John Warren and his wife, dated 7 November 1683, in which he devised his whole estate of land and which was left to him by the last will of his father, Richard Patrick deceased. We also find John Warren's will, dated 18 November 1725, in which he devised his interest in the tract called Homeset plantation to his son Henry Warren and his heirs; we also find that the Henry Warren in the said will mentioned is the defendant, and also that the place where the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed was on the land the said Richard Patrick granted and made over to the defendant's father and mother, and that the plaintiff has two brothers older than himself now living who have each of them several children also now living &c.2 
Land cause8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.4 
Death*before 11 March 1760He died before 11 March 1760 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Henry Warren was granted to William Dolby & Jacob Monk. Appraisers: John Harmanson, Devorax Godwin, Thomas Nottingham & George Powell.5,6 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 265 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Elizabeth).
  4. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).
  5. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.
  6. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 382 (adm of Henry Warren to William Dolby & Jacob Monk).

Patrick (of John Sr) Warren1

M, b. circa 1712
FatherJohn (of Robt I) Warren Sr.1 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
MotherMary Harmanson (Hamarson?)1 b. c 1685
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1712Patrick (of John Sr) Warren was born circa 1712 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*18 November 1725Patrick was named in his father's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).

Jane (of John Sr) Warren1

F, b. circa 1710
FatherJohn (of Robt I) Warren Sr.1 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
MotherMary Harmanson (Hamarson?)1 b. c 1685
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1710Jane (of John Sr) Warren was born circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*18 November 1725Jane was named in her father's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.1 
Will - Brother's*20 April 1729Jane was named in her brother's will on 20 April 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren, Sr., gave to son Thomas the plantation I live on. To son Moses the plantation which John Esdall liveth on. To dau. Sarah Warren all my land in Tims Neck. To my loving wife the use of the plantation I now live on until my son Thomas is at age. Brother Hillary (Henry?) Warren may sell the 1/4 part of Rack Island and div. it between wife and children. To my sister Jane Warren. Wife Elizabeth extrx. Friends Nicholas Powell, Nathaniel Powell and Joseph Godwine to assist her and my three small children. Witt: Joseph Godwine, Mary [X] Warren, William Jane (of John Sr) Warren Willson, John Satchell, John Esdall, Henry Warren, Mathew [X] Warren. Codicil - 22 Apr. 1729 John Esdall to have the plantation I gave to my son Moses until Moses is 21.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 265 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Elizabeth).

George Harmanson (of John Sr) Warren1

M, b. circa 1714
FatherJohn (of Robt I) Warren Sr.1 b. c 1647, d. b 14 Dec 1725
MotherMary Harmanson (Hamarson?)1 b. c 1685
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1714George Harmanson (of John Sr) Warren was born circa 1714 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*18 November 1725George was named in his father's will on 18 November 1725 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren Sr. gave to wife Mary. To each of my sons Patrick and George a gun. To my dear children John, Henry, Jane, Patrick and George. Wife extrx. To my son Henry all my right to a tract of land called Homesett Plantation described by patent beginning at the mouth of Governour Hawley's Creek, and bounded by trees marked by Richard Patrick, Sr., and for Mr. Argall Yardly. To my son John the tract where he now dwells on the sea side adjoining my brother James Warren's plantation. To my four sons John, Henry, Patrick and George 1/2 of all the land on Rack Island to be eq. div. To my grandson Jacob Warren. Wife and my five children, viz., John, Henry, Patrick, George Harman, and Jane Warren resid. legatees. My friends Devoroix Godwin and Nathaniel Powell to act as trustees. The parts of my estate left to my three children James, Patrick, and George Harmanson Warren to be under the care of my wife during their abode with her, except my son Patrick to have his part entirely in his possession, and likewise George Harmanson Warren to have his part but he to remain with his mother until 18. Witt: Henry Warren, Sr., Mathew [X] Warren, David Williams.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 256 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Mary).

Elizabeth (-----)1

F, b. circa 1700, d. before 9 March 1744
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1700Elizabeth (-----) was born circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1718 As of circa 1718,her married name was Warren.1 
Marriage*circa 1718She married John (of John Sr) Warren, son of John (of Robt I) Warren Sr. and Elizabeth Patrick, circa 1718 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Husb's*20 April 1729Elizabeth was named in her husband's will on 20 April 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren, Sr., gave to son Thomas the plantation I live on. To son Moses the plantation which John Esdall liveth on. To dau. Sarah Warren all my land in Tims Neck. To my loving wife the use of the plantation I now live on until my son Thomas is at age. Brother Hillary (Henry?) Warren may sell the 1/4 part of Rack Island and div. it between wife and children. To my sister Jane Warren. Wife Elizabeth extrx. Friends Nicholas Powell, Nathaniel Powell and Joseph Godwine to assist her and my three small children. Witt: Joseph Godwine, Mary [X] Warren, William Elizabeth (-----) Willson, John Satchell, John Esdall, Henry Warren, Mathew [X] Warren. Codicil - 22 Apr. 1729 John Esdall to have the plantation I gave to my son Moses until Moses is 21.1 
Marriage*circa 1730She, as the mother of the bride, attended the wedding of George (of Wm I) Monk and Elizabeth (-----) circa 1730 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA; After Jacob, the only son of the the eldest son Richard, died under age and without issue, the second eldest son John, entered on this land and died thereof seized, and after his death George Monk intermarried with his widow Elizabeth.2 
Married Namecirca 1730 As of circa 1730,her married name was Monk.3 
Death*before 9 March 1744She died before 9 March 1744 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Land cause*8 October 1745She was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict: That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was at the time of his death seized of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5 devised the said premises to his son Richard Partick, to him and his heirs forever, by the name of the Homeset Plantation, and soon after died; that the said Richard, the elder, had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the said Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Ursula intermarried with Argol Warren, who after the death of the said Richard entered into the said premises as appears by a verdict heretofor found in a cause between the now defendant plaintiff, and George Monk, defendant, and that they had issue Hernry, their eldest son who survived the said Argol and Ursula, which said verdict is in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren Warren, Plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for 200 acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue, a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ------ and returned the following verdict: We of the Jury find that Richard Patrick the elder was possessed of the premises in fee; that by the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, dated 16 February, 1674, he devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset plantation on Governor Hawly's Creek; that after the death of the said Richard Sr., his son Richard, was possessed of the premises; that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by deed dated 17 November 1683, conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr. & Elizabeth, his wife; that the said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor's Hawly's Creek, above 49 acres; that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr. to his son Richard as aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren, dated 18 November 1725; that the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; We also fin that the plantation in question is the same devised by Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick Jr., and the same land conveyed by the said Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will of John Warren Sr., to his son Henry the lessor. That Richard Patrick Sr., had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula; that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next, Ursula after Agnes and that the said Elizabeth survived them all; that John Warren Sr., late of the aforesaid County, intermarried with the said Elizabeth by whom he had three sons, Richard, John and Henry, the lessor; that Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized, and after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the second son John, who is now living; that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died in or about the year 1724; and Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the said Ursula immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the said Homeset Plantation, and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; that there was a division between the said Argol & John the elder of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part whereof the said Argol was possessed, he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren &c. - That the said Ursula died in or about the year 1709, and that the said Argol survived her about 18 years and then died, and after the death of the said Argol the said Henry, his son, entered into the premises and was thereof seized, and being so seized the said Henry departed this life in or about the year 1732, having first made his last will and testament, dated 9 Dec 1732, whereby he devised the said premises to his brother Matthew Warren, the plaintiff, by the description of 200 acres; that the plaintiff by virtue of the said devise entered upon the premises and held possession until the time in the declaration mentioned when the defendant entered in and upon the possession of the premises; that the plaintiff and those under whom he claims, have had the quiet and peaceable possession of the premises from the year 1674 till the entry made by the defendant as aforesaid; was also find a deed from the said Richard Patrick Jr., the devisee of the said Richard Patrick Sr., to a certain John Warren and his wife, dated 7 November 1683, in which he devised his whole estate of land and which was left to him by the last will of his father, Richard Patrick deceased. We also find John Warren's will, dated 18 November 1725, in which he devised his interest in the tract called Homeset plantation to his son Henry Warren and his heirs; we also find that the Henry Warren in the said will mentioned is the defendant, and also that the place where the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed was on the land the said Richard Patrick granted and made over to the defendant's father and mother, and that the plaintiff has two brothers older than himself now living who have each of them several children also now living &c.4 
Land cause8 April 1746She was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.5 

Family 1

John (of John Sr) Warren b. c 1685, d. b 13 May 1729
Marriage*circa 1718She married John (of John Sr) Warren, son of John (of Robt I) Warren Sr. and Elizabeth Patrick, circa 1718 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Children 1.Moses (of Jno & Eliza) Warren1 b. c 1718
 2.Thomas (of Jno & Eliza) Warren1 b. c 1727
 3.Sarah (of Jno & Eliza) Warren1 b. c 1728

Family 2

George (of Wm I) Monk b. c 1707, d. Jul 1744
Marriage*circa 1730Elizabeth (-----), as the mother of the bride, attended the wedding of George (of Wm I) Monk and Elizabeth (-----) circa 1730 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA; After Jacob, the only son of the the eldest son Richard, died under age and without issue, the second eldest son John, entered on this land and died thereof seized, and after his death George Monk intermarried with his widow Elizabeth.2 
Children 1.Rachel (of Geo) Monk3 b. c 1731
 2.Mary (of Geo) Monk3 b. c 1733
 3.Jacob (of Geo) Monk3 b. 1735, d. b 12 Feb 1771
 4.Esther (of Geo) Monk3 b. c 1737
 5.Isaac (of Geo) Monk3 b. c 1739

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 265 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Elizabeth).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 44.
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 314 (will of George Monk, Matthew Warren Extr).
  4. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  5. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).

Thomas (of Jno & Eliza) Warren1

M, b. circa 1727
FatherJohn (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1685, d. b 13 May 1729
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1700, d. b 9 Mar 1744
Last Edited15 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1727Thomas (of Jno & Eliza) Warren was born circa 1727 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Land inherited*20 April 1729He inherited land on 20 April 1729 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA.3 
Will - Father's*20 April 1729Thomas was named in his father's will on 20 April 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren, Sr., gave to son Thomas the plantation I live on. To son Moses the plantation which John Esdall liveth on. To dau. Sarah Warren all my land in Tims Neck. To my loving wife the use of the plantation I now live on until my son Thomas is at age. Brother Hillary (Henry?) Warren may sell the 1/4 part of Rack Island and div. it between wife and children. To my sister Jane Warren. Wife Elizabeth extrx. Friends Nicholas Powell, Nathaniel Powell and Joseph Godwine to assist her and my three small children. Witt: Joseph Godwine, Mary [X] Warren, William Thomas (of Jno & Eliza) Warren Willson, John Satchell, John Esdall, Henry Warren, Mathew [X] Warren. Codicil - 22 Apr. 1729 John Esdall to have the plantation I gave to my son Moses until Moses is 21.1 
Tithable list*1743He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1743. He was shown as Thomas Warren (age 16-21) listed under George Munk. (NOTE: Thomas Warren was his step-son and this implies he was born c. 1727.) They were on John Savage's list.2 
Will - Step Father*9 March 1743/44His was named in the will of his step-father on 9 March 1743/44 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will George Monk gave to my dau. Rachel. To dau. Mary. To son Jacob my sword. To my dau. Easther. To son Isaac. To Thomas Warren one cow in lieu of one his father gave him. To Sarah Warren one cow in lieu of one her father gave her. Matthew Warren extr. My five children to be bound as the law directs. Witt: John Marshall, Matthew [X] Warren, Mary [X] Wedgen, Frances Warren.4 
Guardian - chose*August 1744He chose a guardian on in August 1744 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Thomas Warren, age 14+ when he chose a guardian.5 
Land cause*8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 265 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Elizabeth).
  2. [S859] John B. Bell, Northampton Co, VA, Tithables, 1720-1769, p. 355.
  3. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 314 (will of George Monk, Matthew Warren Extr).
  5. [S623] William R.M. Houston M.D. & Jean M. Mihalyka, Colonial Residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore (Whose Ages Were Proved Before Court Officials of Accomack and Northampton Counties), p. 111.

Moses (of Jno & Eliza) Warren1

M, b. circa 1718
FatherJohn (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1685, d. b 13 May 1729
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1700, d. b 9 Mar 1744
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1718Moses (of Jno & Eliza) Warren was born circa 1718 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Will - Father's*20 April 1729Moses was named in his father's will on 20 April 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren, Sr., gave to son Thomas the plantation I live on. To son Moses the plantation which John Esdall liveth on. To dau. Sarah Warren all my land in Tims Neck. To my loving wife the use of the plantation I now live on until my son Thomas is at age. Brother Hillary (Henry?) Warren may sell the 1/4 part of Rack Island and div. it between wife and children. To my sister Jane Warren. Wife Elizabeth extrx. Friends Nicholas Powell, Nathaniel Powell and Joseph Godwine to assist her and my three small children. Witt: Joseph Godwine, Mary [X] Warren, William Moses (of Jno & Eliza) Warren Willson, John Satchell, John Esdall, Henry Warren, Mathew [X] Warren. Codicil - 22 Apr. 1729 John Esdall to have the plantation I gave to my son Moses until Moses is 21.1 
Guardian - chose*August 1732He chose a guardian on in August 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Moses Warren, age 14 when he chose a guardian.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 265 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Elizabeth).
  2. [S623] William R.M. Houston M.D. & Jean M. Mihalyka, Colonial Residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore (Whose Ages Were Proved Before Court Officials of Accomack and Northampton Counties), p. 111.

Sarah (of Jno & Eliza) Warren1

F, b. circa 1728
FatherJohn (of John Sr) Warren1 b. c 1685, d. b 13 May 1729
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1700, d. b 9 Mar 1744
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1728Sarah (of Jno & Eliza) Warren was born circa 1728 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*20 April 1729Sarah was named in her father's will on 20 April 1729 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren, Sr., gave to son Thomas the plantation I live on. To son Moses the plantation which John Esdall liveth on. To dau. Sarah Warren all my land in Tims Neck. To my loving wife the use of the plantation I now live on until my son Thomas is at age. Brother Hillary (Henry?) Warren may sell the 1/4 part of Rack Island and div. it between wife and children. To my sister Jane Warren. Wife Elizabeth extrx. Friends Nicholas Powell, Nathaniel Powell and Joseph Godwine to assist her and my three small children. Witt: Joseph Godwine, Mary [X] Warren, William Sarah (of Jno & Eliza) Warren Willson, John Satchell, John Esdall, Henry Warren, Mathew [X] Warren. Codicil - 22 Apr. 1729 John Esdall to have the plantation I gave to my son Moses until Moses is 21.1 
Will - Step Father*9 March 1743/44Her was named in the will of her step-father on 9 March 1743/44 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will George Monk gave to my dau. Rachel. To dau. Mary. To son Jacob my sword. To my dau. Easther. To son Isaac. To Thomas Warren one cow in lieu of one his father gave him. To Sarah Warren one cow in lieu of one her father gave her. Matthew Warren extr. My five children to be bound as the law directs. Witt: John Marshall, Matthew [X] Warren, Mary [X] Wedgen, Frances Warren.2 
Guardian - chose*August 1744She chose a guardian on in August 1744 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as Sarah Warren, age 14+ when he chose a guardian.3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 265 (will of John Warren Sr., wife Elizabeth).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 314 (will of George Monk, Matthew Warren Extr).
  3. [S623] William R.M. Houston M.D. & Jean M. Mihalyka, Colonial Residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore (Whose Ages Were Proved Before Court Officials of Accomack and Northampton Counties), p. 111.

(-----) Mariner (Marriner)1

M, b. circa 1650
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1650(-----) Mariner (Marriner) was born circa 1650.1 
Marriage*circa 1680He married Elizabeth Gunter, daughter of Edward Gunter I and Mary (-----), circa 1680 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

Elizabeth Gunter b. 1655

Citations

  1. [S622] Jean M. Mihalyka, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1660/1-1854 (Recorded in Bonds, Licenses, Minister Returns, and other sources).

Juda Wilkins1

F, b. circa 1785
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1785Juda Wilkins was born circa 1785 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*13 October 1806She married Hillary Warren on 13 October 1806 at Northampton Co, VA. Wm. S. Speakman was security on the M.L.B. of Hillary Warren and Juda Wilkins.1 
Married Name13 October 1806 As of 13 October 1806,her married name was Warren.1 

Family

Hillary Warren b. c 1775
Child 1.William (of Hillary) Warren1 b. c 1810

Citations

  1. [S622] Jean M. Mihalyka, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1660/1-1854 (Recorded in Bonds, Licenses, Minister Returns, and other sources).

Argall Warren II1

M, b. circa 1692
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1692Argall Warren II was born circa 1692 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721Argall was named in his father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).

Robert (of Argall I) Warren1

M, b. circa 1694
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1694Robert (of Argall I) Warren was born circa 1694 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721Robert was named in his father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.1 
Will - Brother's*29 December 1732Robert was named in his brother's will on 29 December 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Henry Warren Sr., planter, gave to brother Matthew Warren my 200 A. plantation I now live on, and 50 A. in Warren Town on the sea side. To my sister Anne Isdell. To my brother John Isdell. To sister Mary Wilkins. To my brother Robert Warren. To my brother Benjamin Warren. To Elisha Isdell dau. of John Isdell. To Patrick Wilkins a side of upper leather to make him and his mother shoes. To John Lunn. To Ann Justice. Brother Matthew resid. legatee and extr. Witt: Thomas Snow, Matthew Harmanson, Thomas Cable.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 308 (will of Henry Warren Sr., planter, unmarried).

Ann (of Argall I) Warren1

F, b. circa 1696
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1696Ann (of Argall I) Warren was born circa 1696 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1720 As of circa 1720,her married name was Isdell.1 
Marriage*circa 1720She married John Isdell circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721Ann was named in her father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.1 
Will - Brother's*29 December 1732Ann was named in her brother's will on 29 December 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Henry Warren Sr., planter, gave to brother Matthew Warren my 200 A. plantation I now live on, and 50 A. in Warren Town on the sea side. To my sister Anne Isdell. To my brother John Isdell. To sister Mary Wilkins. To my brother Robert Warren. To my brother Benjamin Warren. To Elisha Isdell dau. of John Isdell. To Patrick Wilkins a side of upper leather to make him and his mother shoes. To John Lunn. To Ann Justice. Brother Matthew resid. legatee and extr. Witt: Thomas Snow, Matthew Harmanson, Thomas Cable.2 
Will - Husb's*21 June 1736Ann was named in her husband's will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.3 

Family

John Isdell b. c 1690, d. b 13 Jul 1736
Children 1.Argall Isdell4 b. c 1721
 2.Ader Isdell3 b. c 1723
 3.Betty Isdell3 b. c 1725
 4.Elisha Isdell3 b. c 1727
 5.Patience Isdell3 b. c 1729
 6.Ann Isdell3 b. c 1731

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 308 (will of Henry Warren Sr., planter, unmarried).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 344 (will of Nehemiah Stott, wife Rosannah).

John Isdell1,2

M, b. circa 1690, d. before 13 July 1736
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1690John Isdell was born circa 1690 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1720He married Ann (of Argall I) Warren, daughter of Argall (of Robt I) Warren I and Ursula 'Ursly' Patrick, circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Bro-in-law*29 December 1732John was named in his brother-in-law's will on 29 December 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Henry Warren Sr., planter, gave to brother Matthew Warren my 200 A. plantation I now live on, and 50 A. in Warren Town on the sea side. To my sister Anne Isdell. To my brother John Isdell. To sister Mary Wilkins. To my brother Robert Warren. To my brother Benjamin Warren. To Elisha Isdell dau. of John Isdell. To Patrick Wilkins a side of upper leather to make him and his mother shoes. To John Lunn. To Ann Justice. Brother Matthew resid. legatee and extr. Witt: Thomas Snow, Matthew Harmanson, Thomas Cable.3 
Will*21 June 1736John made a will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.2 
Death*before 13 July 1736He died before 13 July 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.2 

Family

Ann (of Argall I) Warren b. c 1696
Children 1.Argall Isdell4 b. c 1721
 2.Ader Isdell2 b. c 1723
 3.Betty Isdell2 b. c 1725
 4.Elisha Isdell2 b. c 1727
 5.Patience Isdell2 b. c 1729
 6.Ann Isdell2 b. c 1731

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 308 (will of Henry Warren Sr., planter, unmarried).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 344 (will of Nehemiah Stott, wife Rosannah).

Argall Isdell1

M, b. circa 1721
FatherJohn Isdell1 b. c 1690, d. b 13 Jul 1736
MotherAnn (of Argall I) Warren1 b. c 1696
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1721Argall Isdell was born circa 1721 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Witnessed*8 February 1749/50Argall witnessed a will on 8 February 1749/50 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Thomas Abdeel, Argol Isdell & Anne Isdell witnessed the will of Nehemiah Stott, wife Rosannah.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 344 (will of Nehemiah Stott, wife Rosannah).

Ader Isdell1

F, b. circa 1723
FatherJohn Isdell1 b. c 1690, d. b 13 Jul 1736
MotherAnn (of Argall I) Warren1 b. c 1696
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1723Ader Isdell was born circa 1723 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*21 June 1736Ader was named in her father's will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).

Betty Isdell1

F, b. circa 1725
FatherJohn Isdell1 b. c 1690, d. b 13 Jul 1736
MotherAnn (of Argall I) Warren1 b. c 1696
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1725Betty Isdell was born circa 1725 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*21 June 1736Betty was named in her father's will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).

Elisha Isdell1

F, b. circa 1727
FatherJohn Isdell1 b. c 1690, d. b 13 Jul 1736
MotherAnn (of Argall I) Warren1 b. c 1696
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1727Elisha Isdell was born circa 1727 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Uncle's*29 December 1732Elisha was named in her uncle's will on 29 December 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Henry Warren Sr., planter, gave to brother Matthew Warren my 200 A. plantation I now live on, and 50 A. in Warren Town on the sea side. To my sister Anne Isdell. To my brother John Isdell. To sister Mary Wilkins. To my brother Robert Warren. To my brother Benjamin Warren. To Elisha Isdell dau. of John Isdell. To Patrick Wilkins a side of upper leather to make him and his mother shoes. To John Lunn. To Ann Justice. Brother Matthew resid. legatee and extr. Witt: Thomas Snow, Matthew Harmanson, Thomas Cable.2 
Will - Father's*21 June 1736Elisha was named in her father's will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 308 (will of Henry Warren Sr., planter, unmarried).

Patience Isdell1

F, b. circa 1729
FatherJohn Isdell1 b. c 1690, d. b 13 Jul 1736
MotherAnn (of Argall I) Warren1 b. c 1696
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1729Patience Isdell was born circa 1729 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*21 June 1736Patience was named in her father's will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).

Ann Isdell1

F, b. circa 1731
FatherJohn Isdell1 b. c 1690, d. b 13 Jul 1736
MotherAnn (of Argall I) Warren1 b. c 1696
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1731Ann Isdell was born circa 1731 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*21 June 1736Ann was named in her father's will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).

Benjamin (of Argall I) Warren1

M, b. circa 1698
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1698Benjamin (of Argall I) Warren was born circa 1698 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721Benjamin was named in his father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.2 
Will - Brother's*29 December 1732Benjamin was named in his brother's will on 29 December 1732 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Henry Warren Sr., planter, gave to brother Matthew Warren my 200 A. plantation I now live on, and 50 A. in Warren Town on the sea side. To my sister Anne Isdell. To my brother John Isdell. To sister Mary Wilkins. To my brother Robert Warren. To my brother Benjamin Warren. To Elisha Isdell dau. of John Isdell. To Patrick Wilkins a side of upper leather to make him and his mother shoes. To John Lunn. To Ann Justice. Brother Matthew resid. legatee and extr. Witt: Thomas Snow, Matthew Harmanson, Thomas Cable.3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 308 (will of Henry Warren Sr., planter, unmarried).

Elizabeth (of Argall I) Warren1

F, b. circa 1702
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1702Elizabeth (of Argall I) Warren was born circa 1702 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721Elizabeth was named in her father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).

Ursula 'Orsly' Warren1

F, b. circa 1704
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1704Ursula 'Orsly' Warren was born circa 1704 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721Ursula was named in her father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).

John (of Argall I) Warren1

M, b. circa 1706
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited13 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1706John (of Argall I) Warren was born circa 1706 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721John was named in his father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).

Henry (of Argall I) Warren1

M, b. circa 1686, d. between 21 June 1736 and 9 May 1739
FatherArgall (of Robt I) Warren I1 b. 1662, d. b 15 May 1728
MotherUrsula 'Ursly' Patrick1 b. 20 Apr 1663, d. c 1709
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1686Henry (of Argall I) Warren was born circa 1686 at Northampton Co, VA.2 
Will - Father's*4 September 1721Henry was named in his father's will on 4 September 1721 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Argall Warren gave to wife [no name]. To my son Matthew. To my dau. Mary Wilkins. To my son Argile my best gun. To my son Robert my least gun. To my dau. Ann Esdall. To my son Benjamin. To my son Henry one hand mill. To my dau. Elizabeth. To my dau. Orsly gold ring. Half my remaining estate to be div. by my sons Argil, Robert, Benjamin and Mathew, and the other 1/2 to be div. by my wife and all her children. My son Henry to care for my son John until he comes to age, and my dau. Wilkins to care for my dau. Orsly. Son Robert extr. Mr. Thomas Harmanson, Nathaniel Powell, and Devorax Godwin to oversee. Witt: Philip Jacob, Nathaniel Powell, Devorax Godwin. Probate - The witness Devorax Godwin is dec'd. Mrs. Gertrude Harmanson and Henry Warren qualified as administrators.1 
Will*29 December 1732Henry made a will on 29 December 1732 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In his will Henry Warren Sr., planter, gave to brother Matthew Warren my 200 A. plantation I now live on, and 50 A. in Warren Town on the sea side. To my sister Anne Isdell. To my brother John Isdell. To sister Mary Wilkins. To my brother Robert Warren. To my brother Benjamin Warren. To Elisha Isdell dau. of John Isdell. To Patrick Wilkins a side of upper leather to make him and his mother shoes. To John Lunn. To Ann Justice. Brother Matthew resid. legatee and extr. Witt: Thomas Snow, Matthew Harmanson, Thomas Cable.3,2 
Will - Witnessed*21 June 1736Henry witnessed a will on 21 June 1736 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Isdell gave to daughter Ader Isdell. To dau. Betty Isdell. To dau. Elisha Isdell. To dau. Patience Isdell. To dau. Ann Isdell. Wife Ann resid. legatee and extrx. Witt: Joseph White, Henry Warren.4 
Death*between 21 June 1736 and 9 May 1739He died between 21 June 1736 and 9 May 1739 at Northampton Co, VA. At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, 9 May 1739, an ejectment was brought by Thomas Goodright (fiticous name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant.2,5 
Will - Recorded*10 March 1740Henry's will was recorded on 10 March 1740 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.3 
Land cause*8 October 1745He was named in a land cause on 8 October 1745 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict: That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was at the time of his death seized of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5 devised the said premises to his son Richard Partick, to him and his heirs forever, by the name of the Homeset Plantation, and soon after died; that the said Richard, the elder, had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the said Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Ursula intermarried with Argol Warren, who after the death of the said Richard entered into the said premises as appears by a verdict heretofor found in a cause between the now defendant plaintiff, and George Monk, defendant, and that they had issue Hernry, their eldest son who survived the said Argol and Ursula, which said verdict is in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren Warren, Plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for 200 acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue, a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ------ and returned the following verdict: We of the Jury find that Richard Patrick the elder was possessed of the premises in fee; that by the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, dated 16 February, 1674, he devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset plantation on Governor Hawly's Creek; that after the death of the said Richard Sr., his son Richard, was possessed of the premises; that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by deed dated 17 November 1683, conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr. & Elizabeth, his wife; that the said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor's Hawly's Creek, above 49 acres; that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr. to his son Richard as aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren, dated 18 November 1725; that the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; We also fin that the plantation in question is the same devised by Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick Jr., and the same land conveyed by the said Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will of John Warren Sr., to his son Henry the lessor. That Richard Patrick Sr., had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula; that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next, Ursula after Agnes and that the said Elizabeth survived them all; that John Warren Sr., late of the aforesaid County, intermarried with the said Elizabeth by whom he had three sons, Richard, John and Henry, the lessor; that Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son living named Jacob, who about 11 years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized, and after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the second son John, who is now living; that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died in or about the year 1724; and Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the said Ursula immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the said Homeset Plantation, and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; that there was a division between the said Argol & John the elder of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part whereof the said Argol was possessed, he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren &c. - That the said Ursula died in or about the year 1709, and that the said Argol survived her about 18 years and then died, and after the death of the said Argol the said Henry, his son, entered into the premises and was thereof seized, and being so seized the said Henry departed this life in or about the year 1732, having first made his last will and testament, dated 9 Dec 1732, whereby he devised the said premises to his brother Matthew Warren, the plaintiff, by the description of 200 acres; that the plaintiff by virtue of the said devise entered upon the premises and held possession until the time in the declaration mentioned when the defendant entered in and upon the possession of the premises; that the plaintiff and those under whom he claims, have had the quiet and peaceable possession of the premises from the year 1674 till the entry made by the defendant as aforesaid; was also find a deed from the said Richard Patrick Jr., the devisee of the said Richard Patrick Sr., to a certain John Warren and his wife, dated 7 November 1683, in which he devised his whole estate of land and which was left to him by the last will of his father, Richard Patrick deceased. We also find John Warren's will, dated 18 November 1725, in which he devised his interest in the tract called Homeset plantation to his son Henry Warren and his heirs; we also find that the Henry Warren in the said will mentioned is the defendant, and also that the place where the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed was on the land the said Richard Patrick granted and made over to the defendant's father and mother, and that the plaintiff has two brothers older than himself now living who have each of them several children also now living &c.2 
Land cause8 April 1746He was named in a land cause on 8 April 1746 at Governor Hawly's Creek, Savage Neck (N49), Northampton Co, VA. In a cause wherein Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren, a case of trespass. Jury impaneled and returned the following special verdict. That Richard Patrick, the elder, late of Northampton County, deceased, was seized at the time of his death of the premises on which the trespass is supposed to be committed; that the said Richard by his last will and testament dated 16 February, 1674/5, devised the said premises to his son Richard Patrick, in the name of Homeset Plantation; that the said Richard Patrick had four children living at the time of his death, viz: Richard, Agnes, Elizabeth and Ursula; that the said Richard and Agnes departed this life in the lifetime of the Elizabeth and Ursula without issue; that the said Elizabeth intermarried with John Warren, the elder, late of the said County by whom the said Elizabeth had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the defendant; that the said Richard died in the lifetime of his father and after the death of his mother, and left a son named Jacob who died about 17 years ago without issue and under age, and possessed of the premises; that the said Elizabeth died in or about the year 1709 and the said John Warren, the elder, in or about year 1724; that soon after the death of the said Jacob, the said John, the second son, entered into the premises and so being possessed by his last will and testament, dated 20 April 1729, devised the said premises to his son Thomas, the plaintiff by the description of the plantation he then lived on after the death of his wife Elizabeth, and that the said Elizabeth died in or about the first of March last past, and after her death the said plaintiff planted some apple trees on the premises in the lifetime in the lifetime of George Monk, and that the said Monk survived his said wife until the month of July next following, and that the plaintiff after the death of the said George Monk came to the house and premises and turned out his horse in the pasture, and that the defendant about the time in the declaration mentioned entered into the premises; that the defendant some time in or about the year 1739 brought an ejectment in the Court of the said County of Northampton for the premises aforesaid, and George Monk, who intermarried with the widow of the said John, son of John the elder, defended the same, and that upon the trial thereof, at a Court held for the County of Northampton on Tuesday, the 12 day of June, MDCCXXXIX, upon a special verdict found in the said cause, judgment was entered by the Court that the law was for the defendant, as by the record of the said verdict and judgment hereto annexed in these words, to-wit: At a Court held for Northampton County on Tuesday, the 9 day of May, 1739, in the ejectment brought by Thomas Goodright (fictious name) on the demise of Henry Warren, plaintiff, against George Monk, defendant, for two hundred acres of land and the appurtenances, which being at issue a jury was impaneled and sworn to try the same ----- who having heard the evidence and received their charge returned the following verdict: We of the jury find that Richard Patrick, the elder, was seized of the premises in fee; we also find the last will and testament of the said Richard Patrick, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1674, duly recorded; we also find that the said will devised to Richard Patrick Jr., a certain plantation called his Homeset Plantation, on Governor Hawley's Creek; we also find that after the death of the said Richard Patrick Sr., this his son Richard Patrick was possessed of the premises; we also find that afterwards the said Richard Patrick Jr., by his deed bearing the date the 16 day of November, 1683, duly recorded conveyed the premises to John Warren Sr., and Elizabeth, his wife; we also find that said John Warren survived the said Elizabeth and that he was in possession of the land on Governor Hawley's Creek above 49 years. We also find that the said John Warren was possessed of part of the premises given by the will of Richard Patrick Sr., to his son Richard Patrick aforesaid, and was thereof possessed until the year 1725; we also find the last will and testament of the said John Warren bearing the date the 18 November 1725; we also find the lessor is the same person in the aforesaid will called by the name of his son Henry; we also find the plantation in question is the same in the last will and testament of Richard Patrick Sr., devised to his son Richard Patrick Jr., to John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, also the same with the plantation mentioned in the last will and testament of John Warren Sr., deceased, to his son Henry, the lessor ----- we also find the said Richard Patrick Sr. had four children living at the time of his decease, viz: Richard, Elizabeth, Agnes and Ursula, and that Richard died first without issue, Agnes next and Ursula after Agnes, and that said Elizabeth survived them all; we also find that John Warren Sr., late of the County aforesaid, intermarried with the said Elizabeth, by whom he had three sons, viz: Richard, John and Henry, the lessor, and that Richard died in the lifetime of his father, and after the death of his mother, and leaving a son living named Jacob, who about eleven years since died under age and without issue, and that soon after the decease of the said Jacob, John, the second son, entered on the land in question and died thereof seized; after his death the defendant intermarried with the widow of the said second son John, who is now living; we also find that the said Elizabeth died on or about the year 1709, and that the said John Warren Sr., died on or about the year 1724; we also find that Argoll Warren, who intermarried with the said Ursula, and the Ursula, immediately after the death of the said Richard Patrick Jr., and in her right, entered upon the part of the Homeset Plantation and both of them so died thereof possessed; that the said Argol during the life of the said Ursula, and their said possession, had issue now living and in possession of part of the said Homeset Plantation; we also find that there was a division between the said Argol and John, the elder, of the said Homeset Plantation, and that the part wereof the said Argol was possessed he possessed the same peaceably without any disturbance from the said John Warren ----- We find that John Warren, the son of John Warren and Elizabeth, his wife, at the time of his death left his widow named Elizabeth in possession of the House and Land, on which the supposed trespass aforesaid was supposed to be committed, and that she a short time after the death of the said John Warren, her husband, intermarried with the said George Monk who survived the said Elizabeth, his wife some months, and from the time of the said intermarriage to the time of his, the said George's death, the said George was possessed of the said house and land.5 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 262 (will of Argall Warren, wife no named).
  2. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 40-42 (Matthew Warren vs. Henry Warren).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 308 (will of Henry Warren Sr., planter, unmarried).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 294 (will of John Isdell, wife Ann).
  5. [S884] Stratton Nottingham, Northampton Co, VA, Land Causes 1731-1868 & Lancaster County, VA 1795-1848, p. 42-44 (Thomas Warren, Infant, by Bartholomew Pettitt, his guardian, vs. Henry Warren).

Richard Warren I1

M, b. circa 1620, d. before 22 August 1650
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1620Richard Warren I was born circa 1620.1 
Marriage*circa 1645He married Joane (-----) circa 1645.1 
Death*before 22 August 1650Richard Warren I died before 22 August 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Joane, late wife of the dec'd (Richard Warren) and the now wife of Anthony Raboone, gives by deed of gift to her son Richard Warren.1 

Family

Joane (-----) b. c 1620
Child 1.Richard Warren II1 b. c 1645

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 25 (death of Richard Warren).

Joane (-----)1

F, b. circa 1620
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1620Joane (-----) was born circa 1620.1 
Married Namecirca 1645 As of circa 1645,her married name was Warren.1 
Marriage*circa 1645She married Richard Warren I circa 1645.1 
Married Namebefore 22 August 1650 As of before 22 August 1650,her married name was Raboone.1 
Marriage*before 22 August 1650Joane (-----) married Anthony Raboone before 22 August 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Joane, late wife of the dec'd (Richard Warren) and the now wife of Anthony Raboone, gives by deed of gift to her son Richard Warren.1 
Deed of Gift - Gave*22 August 1650Joane (-----) gave by deed of gift on 22 August 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Joane, late wife of the dec'd (Richard Warren) and the now wife of Anthony Raboone, gives by deed of gift to her son Richard Warren.1 

Family 1

Richard Warren I b. c 1620, d. b 22 Aug 1650
Child 1.Richard Warren II1 b. c 1645

Family 2

Anthony Raboone b. c 1620

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 25 (death of Richard Warren).

Richard Warren II1

M, b. circa 1645
FatherRichard Warren I1 b. c 1620, d. b 22 Aug 1650
MotherJoane (-----)1 b. c 1620
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1645Richard Warren II was born circa 1645 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Deed of Gift - Rec'd*22 August 1650He received by deed of gift on 22 August 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Joane, late wife of the dec'd (Richard Warren) and the now wife of Anthony Raboone, gives by deed of gift to her son Richard Warren.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 25 (death of Richard Warren).

Anthony Raboone1

M, b. circa 1620
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1620Anthony Raboone was born circa 1620.1 
Marriage*before 22 August 1650He married Joane (-----) before 22 August 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Joane, late wife of the dec'd (Richard Warren) and the now wife of Anthony Raboone, gives by deed of gift to her son Richard Warren.1 

Family

Joane (-----) b. c 1620

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 25 (death of Richard Warren).

Isabell (-----)1

F, b. circa 1690
ChartsDescendants of Ensign Thomas Savage (Ancient Planter)
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1690Isabell (-----) was born circa 1690 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1720 As of circa 1720,her married name was Warren.1 
Marriage*circa 1720She married William (14) Warren, son of Henry (of Robt I) Warren and Susannah (3) Savage, circa 1720 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Est Settm't Husb's*11 February 1728/29Isabell (-----) was named in her husband's estate settlement on 11 February 1728/29 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of William Warren was granted to Isabell Warren. Appraisers: Peter Bowdoin, John Stockley, John Stratton and John Floyd.1 

Family

William (14) Warren b. c 1682, d. b 11 Feb 1728/29

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 254 (adm of William Warren to Isabell Warren).

Elishe (of Jno) Warren1

F, b. circa 1727
FatherJohn (of Jms) Warren1 b. c 1695, d. b 10 Aug 1762
MotherMargaret (-----)1 b. c 1700
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1727Elishe (of Jno) Warren was born circa 1727 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*3 July 1762Elishe was named in her father's will on 3 July 1762 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren gave to son William one shilling. To my dau. Elishe Warren remainder of estate and extrx. Witt: Peter Warren, John Speakman, Thomas [X] Moor, Margaret [X] Wingate.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 393 (will of John Warren, son Wm & daughter Elishe).

Sarah Godwin (Godwin?)1

F, b. circa 1700
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1700Sarah Godwin (Godwin?) was born circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1725She married Henry (f/o Hy, Dev & Patr) Warren circa 1725 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1725 As of circa 1725,her married name was Warren.1 
Est Settm't Husb's*13 June 1762Sarah Godwin (Godwin?) was named in her husband's estate settlement on 13 June 1762 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will John Warren gave to son William one shilling. To my dau. Elishe Warren remainder of estate and extrx. Witt: Peter Warren, John Speakman, Thomas [X] Moor, Margaret [X] Wingate.1 

Family

Henry (f/o Hy, Dev & Patr) Warren b. c 1700, d. b 13 Jun 1769
Children 1.Henry (of Henry) Warren1 b. c 1728
 2.Devorax (of Henry) Warren+1 b. c 1730, d. b 11 Mar 1760
 3.Patrick (of Henry) Warren1 b. c 1732

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 408 (adm of Henry Warren to Walter Hyslop & Sarah Warren, the widow).

Walter Hyslop1

M, b. circa 1740, d. before 15 February 1792
ChartsDescendants of William Kendall (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Francis Mason (Ancient Planter)
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1740Walter Hyslop was born circa 1740 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Administrator14 February 1764Walter was named as administrator of an estate on 14 February 1764 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of John Sampson was granted to Walter Hyslop. Appraisers: Thomas Nottingham, Isaac Nottingham, Howsen Mapp & William Nottingham.2 
Administrator11 June 1765Walter was named as administrator of an estate on 11 June 1765 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Moses Cox was granted to Walter Hislop. Appraisers: Laban Stott, Devin Dunton, Isaac Clegg & John Waterfield.3 
Administrator*13 June 1769Walter was named as administrator of an estate on 13 June 1769 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Henry Warren was granted to Walter Hyslop, Sarah Warren the widow of the dec'd having resigned.1 
Appraiser*12 July 1780Walter was named as an appraiser of an estate on 12 July 1780 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Henry Bryan was granted to Anne Bryan. Appraisers: James Taylor, Stephen Sampson, Griffin Stith Jr. & Walter Hyslop.4 
Marriage*3 October 1782He married Anne 'Nancy' Holland, daughter of (father of Jno, Susanna & Ann) Holland and (dau of Devorax & Susanna) Godwin, on 3 October 1782 at Northampton Co, VA. Wm. Stith was security on the M.L.B. of Walter Hyslop and Anne Bryan, widow of Henry Bryan.5 
Land bought*1788Walter Hyslop bought land in 1788 at tract N49, Eastville, Northampton Co, VA. In 1780 John Bowdoin sold 1 acre to Stephen Sampson, who left to his wife Anne for life and then to an unnamed son. In 1788 Isaac and Elizabeth Smith sold 4 acres to James Sampson, presumably the son, and he later sold it all to Walter Hyslop. The land was east of the Tavern Lot on the crossroad andexted up back of the other lots reported.6 
Security on MLB*20 December 1788He was the security on a M.L.B. On 20 December 1788 at Northampton Co, VA. Walter Hyslop was security on the M.L.B. of Nathaniel Holland and Susanna Bryan, daughter of Henry Bryan late of N'hamp Co dec'd. They were married on 20 Dec 1788 (see Bible Rec V3: 148, 180.)5 
Will*28 December 1791Walter made a will on 28 December 1791 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Walter Hyslop gave all my lands in this county to my wife Anne, and the rest of my estate after paying debts. Wife and Mr. Nathaniel Holland extrs. Witt: David Topping, Griffin Stith.7 
Death*before 15 February 1792He died before 15 February 1792 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.7 

Family

Anne 'Nancy' Holland b. c 1742
Marriage*3 October 1782He married Anne 'Nancy' Holland, daughter of (father of Jno, Susanna & Ann) Holland and (dau of Devorax & Susanna) Godwin, on 3 October 1782 at Northampton Co, VA. Wm. Stith was security on the M.L.B. of Walter Hyslop and Anne Bryan, widow of Henry Bryan.5 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 408 (adm of Henry Warren to Walter Hyslop & Sarah Warren, the widow).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 396 (adm of John Sampson to Walter Hyslop).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 396 (adm of Moses Cox to Walter Hislop).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 466 (adm of Henry Bryan to Anne Bryan).
  5. [S622] Jean M. Mihalyka, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1660/1-1854 (Recorded in Bonds, Licenses, Minister Returns, and other sources).
  6. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 267 (tract N49).
  7. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 513 (will of Walter Hyslop, wife Anne).

William Warren1

M, b. circa 1740, d. before 10 October 1786
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1740William Warren was born circa 1740 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*before 10 October 1786He died before 10 October 1786 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of William Warren was granted to John Graves. Appraisers: George Powell, Thomas Downs, Luke Griffith and Daniel Roles Hall.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 472 (adm of William Warren to John Graves).

Anne 'Nancy' Holland1

F, b. circa 1742
Father(father of Jno, Susanna & Ann) Holland2 b. c 1710
Mother(dau of Devorax & Susanna) Godwin2 b. c 1714
ChartsDescendants of William Kendall (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Francis Mason (Ancient Planter)
Last Edited19 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1742Anne 'Nancy' Holland was born circa 1742 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Grmoth's*5 October 1758Anne was named in her grandmother's will on 5 October 1758 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Susanna Powell gave to son Devorax Godwin 3 silver spoons. To my dau. Mary Savage my best chest lock and key. To dau. Ann Cutler one large steer and cow. To grandson Archibald Godwin n. man Petro, my hand mill and stones, large oval table, and one large gun. To grandson John Holland my little gun. To granddau. Anne Kendall my weaving loom and £5 worth of my clothes. To granddau. Elishe Godwin bed bolster, 2 sheets and quilt. To grandson Daniel Godwin 20s. To grandson William Kendall £10. To granddau. Susanna Eshon 2 head of cattle. To granddau. Ann Holland one black mare. To dau. Anne Godwin my clothes. Son Devorax Godwin extr. Witt: Jonathan Powell, Sarah Powell, Charles Satchell.3 
Married Name28 March 1764 As of 28 March 1764,her married name was Bryan.1 
Marriage*28 March 1764She married Henry Bryan on 28 March 1764 at Northampton Co, VA. Daniel Eshon was security on the M.L.B. of Henry Bryan and Nancey Holland.1 
Est Settm't Husb's*12 July 1780Anne 'Nancy' Holland was named in her husband's estate settlement on 12 July 1780 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Henry Bryan was granted to Anne Bryan. Appraisers: James Taylor, Stephen Sampson, Griffin Stith Jr. & Walter Hyslop.4 
Married Name3 October 1782 As of 3 October 1782,her married name was Hyslop.1 
Marriage*3 October 1782She married Walter Hyslop on 3 October 1782 at Northampton Co, VA. Wm. Stith was security on the M.L.B. of Walter Hyslop and Anne Bryan, widow of Henry Bryan.1 
Will - Husb's*28 December 1791Anne was named in her husband's will on 28 December 1791 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Walter Hyslop gave all my lands in this county to my wife Anne, and the rest of my estate after paying debts. Wife and Mr. Nathaniel Holland extrs. Witt: David Topping, Griffin Stith.5 

Family 1

Henry Bryan b. c 1740, d. b 12 Jul 1780
Marriage*28 March 1764She married Henry Bryan on 28 March 1764 at Northampton Co, VA. Daniel Eshon was security on the M.L.B. of Henry Bryan and Nancey Holland.1 
Child 1.Susanna (of Hy) Bryan+6 b. 16 Jan 1770, d. 24 Dec 1842

Family 2

Walter Hyslop b. c 1740, d. b 15 Feb 1792
Marriage*3 October 1782Anne 'Nancy' Holland married Walter Hyslop on 3 October 1782 at Northampton Co, VA. Wm. Stith was security on the M.L.B. of Walter Hyslop and Anne Bryan, widow of Henry Bryan.1 

Citations

  1. [S622] Jean M. Mihalyka, Northampton Co, VA, Marriages, 1660/1-1854 (Recorded in Bonds, Licenses, Minister Returns, and other sources).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 374 (will of Susanna Powell).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 374 (will of Susanna Powell, son Devorax Godwin Extr.).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 466 (adm of Henry Bryan to Anne Bryan).
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 513 (will of Walter Hyslop, wife Anne).
  6. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Mary Ann (of Southy W) Bull1

F, b. circa 1832
FatherSouthy W. Bull1 b. c 1805, d. b 25 Jan 1841
MotherAnn M. Mason1 b. c 1813, d. b 21 Mar 1838
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1832Mary Ann (of Southy W) Bull was born circa 1832 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Chancery suit*31 January 1842She was named in a chancery suit on 31 January 1842 at Accomack Co, VA. Chancery suit - William T. Gardner & wife vs. Infant of Southy W. Bull -
To the worshipful justices of the County of Accomack, sitting in chancery. Humbly complaining show unto your worships your orator and oratrix, William T. Gardner and Polly Gardner his wife, that on or about [blank] day of [blank] in the year of 1841 Southy W. Bull late of the county of Accomack departed this life having first made and published his last will and testament which remained in full force at his death and that at a court held for Accomac the said will was admitted to probate according to law. And you orator and oratrix further show, that the said testator in his last will and testament merely appointed a certain William Walston executor, and died intestate as to his property, all of which will more fully appear by reference to the said will of record in the clerk's office. And your orator and oratrix further show that at the death of the said Bull he had the following slaves, viz; Ibby, John and Moses. And you orator and oratrix further show that the said Bull deceased at the time of his death left as his lawfull heirs, on whom the possession of his property was cast, the following persons, his widow Polly (who afterward intermarried with your orator, William T. Gardner) and two children, George and Mary Bull, the former George was the child of his second wife Polly, your oratrix; and the latter Mary Bull was the child of said Bull's first wife. And your orator and oratrix further show that the said George Bull has since the death of the said Southy W. Bull departed this life; that he was an infant of very tender years; that he was the only child of Polly Gardner, your oratrix; and therefore your orator and oratrix are advised? and charge that at the death of the said Southy W. Bull, one third of the slave's aforesaid of which the said Bull died possessed became the property of his widow as her dower slaves, and the other two thirds belonged in equal shares to his two children then living, namely George Bull and Mary Ann Bull; and at the death of the infant George Bull only child of Polly Gardner, that two thirds of his share in the said slaves became the property of his mother, the said Polly Gardner, your oratrix; and the other third belonged to the said infant's half sister, Mary Bull, child of the said Southy Bull by his first wife, according to the rules of distribution contained in our statures of Descents and Distributions. And your orator and oratrix further show that the said slaves are not required to pay any of the debts of the said Bull deceased; and that they, the said slaves have never been divided between any of the said parties, though your orator and oratrix are very desirous that they should be, and delivered to the parties entitled to them.
In tender consideration whereof, and to the end that the said defendant, Mary Ann Bull may be made a party defendant to this Bill, and may be compelled to make true and perfect answer to every part of it; and that the said slaves may be divided and delivered to the said parties entitled to them: and for as much as your orator and oratrix are ??? at common law, and can find adequate relief only in court of equity; and that other further orders and decrees may be made as your orator and oratrix's case requires in equity and may a subpoena issue.
submitted by Wm. P. Bayly
Mary Ann Bull's answer by Revell West her guardian, ad litem
This defendant, answering by his said guardian, ad litem, saith that she is an infant, and therefore submits her rights in this question to the protection of the honorable court.
submitted by Revell West
Guardian ad litem
On outside of packet:
Bill & Answer & decree in the suit of
W.T. Gardner & Polly his wife vs. Mary Ann Bull
Bill filed & decree 31st Jany '42.1 

Citations

  1. [S2966] Accomack Co VA Clerks Office, Accomack Co, VA, Chancery Cases, W.T. Gardner & Polly his wife vs. Mary Ann Bull.

George (of Southy W) Bull1

M, b. circa 1840, d. before 31 January 1842
FatherSouthy W. Bull1 b. c 1805, d. b 25 Jan 1841
MotherMary 'Polly' Mason1 b. c 1822
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited15 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1840George (of Southy W) Bull was born circa 1840 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Death*before 31 January 1842He died before 31 January 1842 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Chancery suit*31 January 1842He was named in a chancery suit on 31 January 1842 at Accomack Co, VA. Chancery suit - William T. Gardner & wife vs. Infant of Southy W. Bull -
To the worshipful justices of the County of Accomack, sitting in chancery. Humbly complaining show unto your worships your orator and oratrix, William T. Gardner and Polly Gardner his wife, that on or about [blank] day of [blank] in the year of 1841 Southy W. Bull late of the county of Accomack departed this life having first made and published his last will and testament which remained in full force at his death and that at a court held for Accomac the said will was admitted to probate according to law. And you orator and oratrix further show, that the said testator in his last will and testament merely appointed a certain William Walston executor, and died intestate as to his property, all of which will more fully appear by reference to the said will of record in the clerk's office. And your orator and oratrix further show that at the death of the said Bull he had the following slaves, viz; Ibby, John and Moses. And you orator and oratrix further show that the said Bull deceased at the time of his death left as his lawfull heirs, on whom the possession of his property was cast, the following persons, his widow Polly (who afterward intermarried with your orator, William T. Gardner) and two children, George and Mary Bull, the former George was the child of his second wife Polly, your oratrix; and the latter Mary Bull was the child of said Bull's first wife. And your orator and oratrix further show that the said George Bull has since the death of the said Southy W. Bull departed this life; that he was an infant of very tender years; that he was the only child of Polly Gardner, your oratrix; and therefore your orator and oratrix are advised? and charge that at the death of the said Southy W. Bull, one third of the slave's aforesaid of which the said Bull died possessed became the property of his widow as her dower slaves, and the other two thirds belonged in equal shares to his two children then living, namely George Bull and Mary Ann Bull; and at the death of the infant George Bull only child of Polly Gardner, that two thirds of his share in the said slaves became the property of his mother, the said Polly Gardner, your oratrix; and the other third belonged to the said infant's half sister, Mary Bull, child of the said Southy Bull by his first wife, according to the rules of distribution contained in our statures of Descents and Distributions. And your orator and oratrix further show that the said slaves are not required to pay any of the debts of the said Bull deceased; and that they, the said slaves have never been divided between any of the said parties, though your orator and oratrix are very desirous that they should be, and delivered to the parties entitled to them.
In tender consideration whereof, and to the end that the said defendant, Mary Ann Bull may be made a party defendant to this Bill, and may be compelled to make true and perfect answer to every part of it; and that the said slaves may be divided and delivered to the said parties entitled to them: and for as much as your orator and oratrix are ??? at common law, and can find adequate relief only in court of equity; and that other further orders and decrees may be made as your orator and oratrix's case requires in equity and may a subpoena issue.
submitted by Wm. P. Bayly
Mary Ann Bull's answer by Revell West her guardian, ad litem
This defendant, answering by his said guardian, ad litem, saith that she is an infant, and therefore submits her rights in this question to the protection of the honorable court.
submitted by Revell West
Guardian ad litem
On outside of packet:
Bill & Answer & decree in the suit of
W.T. Gardner & Polly his wife vs. Mary Ann Bull
Bill filed & decree 31st Jany '42.1 

Citations

  1. [S2966] Accomack Co VA Clerks Office, Accomack Co, VA, Chancery Cases, W.T. Gardner & Polly his wife vs. Mary Ann Bull.

John West1

M, b. circa 1750, d. before 11 September 1793
Last Edited15 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1750John West was born circa 1750 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*before 11 September 1793He died before 11 September 1793 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of John West was granted to Custis Haslop. Appraisers: Maxwell Marley, Peter Lug, William Radin & Richard Bacchus.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 509 (adm of John West to Custis Haslop).

Anne (-----)1

F, b. circa 1705
ChartsDescendants of Thomas Hunt (Gentleman, Old Plantation Creek)
Descendants of Obedience Robins (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of John Wilkins (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1705Anne (-----) was born circa 1705 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1725 As of circa 1725,her married name was Pigot.1 
Marriage*circa 1725She married John (100) Pigot, son of Ralph Pigot and Ann (29) Hunt, circa 1725 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Court - namd in suit*November 1726Anne (-----) was named in a lawsuit in November 1726 at Northampton Co, VA. William Munk and Elizabeth, his wife, sued John Pigot and Anne, his wife. The said Anne is accused of saying in public that Elizabeth Munk is a thief for she stole my (the said Anne's) blue ribbon out of my trunk. I can prove it for the said Anne took my robbon out the said Elizabeth's pocket. The Dft's attorney, William Tazewell submits a statement that the offense is so trivial that judgement ought not to be given on the verdict. However, the jury found for the Plf.1 

Family

John (100) Pigot b. c 1698, d. b 11 Aug 1772

Citations

  1. [S878] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases 1628-1731, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume I, p. 139.

John Sanderson1

M, b. circa 1700
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1700John Sanderson was born circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Court - namd in suit*March 1722/23He was named in a lawsuit in March 1722/23 at Northampton Co, VA. Samuel Church sues John Drighouse, Negro, for assult. John Sanderson and Elizabeth Monk are called on behalf of the Plf. Case agreed.1 

Citations

  1. [S878] Jean M. Mihalyka, Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases 1628-1731, Northampton County, Virginia, Volume I, p. 48.

Henry Monk (Monke)1

M, b. circa 1640
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1640Henry Monk (Monke) was born circa 1640.2 
Headright*16 August 1667He was named as a headright on 16 August 1667 at Accomack Co, VA. He was shown as Henry Monke on a certificate granted to William Britingham for 700 acres of land.1 

Citations

  1. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 38.
  2. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695.

Rowland Monk (Monke)1

M, b. circa 1640
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1640Rowland Monk (Monke) was born circa 1640.1 
Headright*16 August 1667He was named as a headright on 16 August 1667 at Accomack Co, VA. He was shown as Rowland Monke on a certificate granted to Col. Edm. Scarburgh for 3,000 acres of land.1 

Citations

  1. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 39.

Robert Monk (Monke)1

M, b. circa 1660
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1660Robert Monk (Monke) was born circa 1660 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Tithable list*1686He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1686. He was shown as Robt. Monke with 1 tith on Mr. Baily's list.1 
Tithable list1687He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1687. He was shown as Robt. Monke with 1 tith on Mr. Bally's list.2 
Tithable list1688He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1688. He was shown as Robt. Monk with 1 tith on Mr. Bayly's list.3 

Citations

  1. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 137.
  2. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 141.
  3. [S579] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Certificates and Rights, 1663-1709 and Tithables, 1663-1695, p. 145.

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

F, b. circa 1730
Last Edited19 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1730(-----) (-----) was born circa 1730 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1748 As of circa 1748,her married name was Monk.1 
Marriage*circa 1748She married Nottingham (of Wm) Monk Sr., son of William Monk II and Elizabeth Nottingham, circa 1748 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

Nottingham (of Wm) Monk Sr. b. c 1721, d. b 20 Jul 1793
Children 1.Elisha Monk1 b. 15 Apr 1749, d. b 1840
 2.Nottingham Monk Jr.+1 b. c 1757, d. bt 28 Jan 1818 - 10 Feb 1818

Citations

  1. [S2965] William Lindsey, Monk Family Information.

Nottingham Monk Jr.1

M, b. circa 1757, d. between 28 January 1818 and 10 February 1818
FatherNottingham (of Wm) Monk Sr.1 b. c 1721, d. b 20 Jul 1793
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1730
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1757Nottingham Monk Jr. was born circa 1757 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Rev War Veteran*15 January 1777He served in the Revolutionary War on 15 January 1777 at Bertie Co, NC. His Revolutionary service packet shows him enlisting on 15 January 1777 for three years in Captain Howell Tatum’s company of the 1st North Carolina battalion commanded by Colonel Thomas Clarke. A muster roll of the company dated 8 September 1778 shows him in service under Clarke at that date.1 
Land warrant*29 October 1784He was granted a warrant for land on 29 October 1784. Nottingham Monk received a warrant for 274 acres in Davidson County, Tennessee — the county to which his son Strachan would move his family initially when Strachan Monk left North Carolina between 1810 and 1820. A stream of records about this tract of land indicate that Nottingham Monk sold the warrant on 4 May 1786 to Thomas Ryan Butler, who entered the land in his name on 22 September 1787, and again on 15 May 1809, with the entry noting that it was a duplicate military warrant Nottingham Monk had assigned to Butler.1 
Marriage*between 22 February 1785 and 23 November 1786He married Rachel Strachan, daughter of George Strachan and Elizabeth (-----), between 22 February 1785 and 23 November 1786 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Death*between 28 January 1818 and 10 February 1818Nottingham Monk Jr. died between 28 January 1818 and 10 February 1818 at Bertie Co, NC.1 

Family

Rachel Strachan b. c 1755, d. b 24 Dec 1816
Child 1.Strachan "Strawhorn' Monk1 b. 1787, d. b 1858

Citations

  1. [S2965] William Lindsey, Monk Family Information.

Rachel Strachan1

F, b. circa 1755, d. before 24 December 1816
FatherGeorge Strachan1 b. c 1725
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1730
Last Edited19 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1755Rachel Strachan was born circa 1755 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Married Namecirca 1775 As of circa 1775,her married name was Kittrell.1 
Marriage*circa 1775She married George Kittrell circa 1775 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Married Namebetween 22 February 1785 and 23 November 1786 As of between 22 February 1785 and 23 November 1786,her married name was Monk.1 
Marriage*between 22 February 1785 and 23 November 1786Rachel Strachan married Nottingham Monk Jr., son of Nottingham (of Wm) Monk Sr. and (-----) (-----), between 22 February 1785 and 23 November 1786 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Death*before 24 December 1816Rachel Strachan died before 24 December 1816 at Bertie Co, NC.1 

Family 1

George Kittrell b. c 1750, d. c 1785

Family 2

Nottingham Monk Jr. b. c 1757, d. bt 28 Jan 1818 - 10 Feb 1818
Child 1.Strachan "Strawhorn' Monk1 b. 1787, d. b 1858

Citations

  1. [S2965] William Lindsey, Monk Family Information.

George Strachan1

M, b. circa 1725
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1725George Strachan was born circa 1725 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Marriage*circa 1750He married Elizabeth (-----) circa 1750 at Bertie Co, NC.1 

Family

Elizabeth (-----) b. c 1730
Child 1.Rachel Strachan+1 b. c 1755, d. b 24 Dec 1816

Citations

  1. [S2965] William Lindsey, Monk Family Information.

Elizabeth (-----)1

F, b. circa 1730
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1730Elizabeth (-----) was born circa 1730 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Marriage*circa 1750She married George Strachan circa 1750 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Married Namecirca 1750 As of circa 1750,her married name was Strachan.1 

Family

George Strachan b. c 1725
Child 1.Rachel Strachan+1 b. c 1755, d. b 24 Dec 1816

Citations

  1. [S2965] William Lindsey, Monk Family Information.

George Kittrell1

M, b. circa 1750, d. circa 1785
Last Edited16 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1750George Kittrell was born circa 1750 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Marriage*circa 1775He married Rachel Strachan, daughter of George Strachan and Elizabeth (-----), circa 1775 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Death*circa 1785George Kittrell died circa 1785 at Bertie Co, NC.1 

Family

Rachel Strachan b. c 1755, d. b 24 Dec 1816

Citations

  1. [S2965] William Lindsey, Monk Family Information.

Strachan "Strawhorn' Monk1

M, b. 1787, d. before 1858
FatherNottingham Monk Jr.1 b. c 1757, d. bt 28 Jan 1818 - 10 Feb 1818
MotherRachel Strachan1 b. c 1755, d. b 24 Dec 1816
Last Edited19 Aug 2019
Birth*1787Strachan "Strawhorn' Monk was born in 1787 at Bertie Co, NC.1 
Death*before 1858He died before 1858 at Hardin Co, TN.1 

Citations

  1. [S2965] William Lindsey, Monk Family Information.

June Lillian Schrader1

F, b. 27 January 1933, d. 27 July 1991
FatherLeon Shelby Schrader (Nottingham)1 b. 28 Jun 1906, d. 28 Jun 1996
MotherEvelyn Godfried1 b. 22 Jan 1902, d. 9 Nov 1992
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Col. John Wise (Gentlemen, Chesconessex)
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*27 January 1933June Lillian Schrader was born on 27 January 1933 at Alpena, MI.1 
Death*27 July 1991She died on 27 July 1991 at Holland, MI, at age 58. She did not marry and had no children.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Gladys Marie Nottingham1

F, b. 26 March 1909, d. 24 February 1985
FatherVictor Emmanuel Nottingham1 b. c 1874, d. 28 Aug 1929
MotherEmma Mary Bell1 b. 3 Mar 1888, d. 25 Jan 1951
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Col. John Wise (Gentlemen, Chesconessex)
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*26 March 1909Gladys Marie Nottingham was born on 26 March 1909 at Norfolk, VA.1 
Death*24 February 1985She died on 24 February 1985 at age 75. Like her brother Leon, she was raised by another family, McNabb, and it is believed that she was legally adopted into that family, and she used that name growing up.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Gladdis Nottingham1

F, b. circa 1871, d. 24 December 1957
FatherWilliam Thomas (of Wm & Eliz Snead) Nottingham1 b. 1839, d. 18 Mar 1895
MotherCeleste Beale1 b. 1842, d. 5 May 1917
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Col. John Wise (Gentlemen, Chesconessex)
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1871Gladdis Nottingham was born circa 1871 at Baltimore, MD.1 
Married Name17 December 1890 As of 17 December 1890,her married name was Stanton.1 
Marriage*17 December 1890She married Augustus B. Stanton on 17 December 1890.1 
Death*24 December 1957Gladdis Nottingham died on 24 December 1957 at Norfolk, VA.1 

Family

Augustus B. Stanton b. c 1870

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Augustus B. Stanton1

M, b. circa 1870
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Col. John Wise (Gentlemen, Chesconessex)
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1870Augustus B. Stanton was born circa 1870.1 
Marriage*17 December 1890He married Gladdis Nottingham, daughter of William Thomas (of Wm & Eliz Snead) Nottingham and Celeste Beale, on 17 December 1890.1 

Family

Gladdis Nottingham b. c 1871, d. 24 Dec 1957

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

William Raymond Nottingham1

M, b. 1872, d. 1872
FatherWilliam Thomas (of Wm & Eliz Snead) Nottingham1 b. 1839, d. 18 Mar 1895
MotherCeleste Beale1 b. 1842, d. 5 May 1917
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bayley (Gentleman, Craddock Creek)
Descendants of William Burton (Gentleman, Metompkin)
Descendants of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Anthony West (First Families of Virginia)
Descendants of Col. John Wise (Gentlemen, Chesconessex)
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Death*1872William Raymond Nottingham died in 1872 at Baltimore, MD.1 
Birth*1872He was born in 1872 at Baltimore, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Albert Augusta Beale1

M, b. circa 1812, d. circa 1858
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1812Albert Augusta Beale was born circa 1812 at Virginia.1 
Marriage*circa 1840He married Alexina (-----) circa 1840 at Virginia.1 
Census head*1850Albert was listed as a head of household in the census of 1850 at Norfolk, VA. The 1850 Norfolk census shows all family members except Raymond, but the 1860 Norfolk census the only family members included are Alexina, Celeste, Virginia, Alice, and Raymond. There is also a record showing the family returned to Philadelphia from an overseas voyage to Europe around 1858, and the only family members on that voyage likewise were Alexina, Celeste, Virginia, Alice, and Raymond.)1 
Death*circa 1858He died circa 1858.1 

Family

Alexina (-----) b. c 1813
Children 1.Gustavus Beale1 b. c 1840, d. c 1858
 2.Celeste Beale+1 b. 1842, d. 5 May 1917
 3.Virginia Augusta Beale1 b. c 1843
 4.Alobert Beale1 b. c 1846, d. c 1858
 5.Alice Beale1 b. c 1849, d. 1883
 6.Martha Beale1 b. c 1849, d. c 1858
 7.Raymond Beale1 b. c 1857, d. 1932

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Alexina (-----)1

F, b. circa 1813
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1813Alexina (-----) was born circa 1813 at Virginia.1 
Marriage*circa 1840She married Albert Augusta Beale circa 1840 at Virginia.1 
Married Namecirca 1840 As of circa 1840,her married name was Beale.1 

Family

Albert Augusta Beale b. c 1812, d. c 1858
Children 1.Gustavus Beale1 b. c 1840, d. c 1858
 2.Celeste Beale+1 b. 1842, d. 5 May 1917
 3.Virginia Augusta Beale1 b. c 1843
 4.Alobert Beale1 b. c 1846, d. c 1858
 5.Alice Beale1 b. c 1849, d. 1883
 6.Martha Beale1 b. c 1849, d. c 1858
 7.Raymond Beale1 b. c 1857, d. 1932

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Gustavus Beale1

M, b. circa 1840, d. circa 1858
FatherAlbert Augusta Beale1 b. c 1812, d. c 1858
MotherAlexina (-----)1 b. c 1813
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1840Gustavus Beale was born circa 1840 at Virginia.1 
Death*circa 1858He died circa 1858.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Alobert Beale1

M, b. circa 1846, d. circa 1858
FatherAlbert Augusta Beale1 b. c 1812, d. c 1858
MotherAlexina (-----)1 b. c 1813
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1846Alobert Beale was born circa 1846 at Virginia.1 
Death*circa 1858He died circa 1858.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Alice Beale1

F, b. circa 1849, d. 1883
FatherAlbert Augusta Beale1 b. c 1812, d. c 1858
MotherAlexina (-----)1 b. c 1813
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1849Alice Beale was born circa 1849 at Virginia.1 
Death*1883She died in 1883.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Martha Beale1

F, b. circa 1849, d. circa 1858
FatherAlbert Augusta Beale1 b. c 1812, d. c 1858
MotherAlexina (-----)1 b. c 1813
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1849Martha Beale was born circa 1849 at Virginia.1 
Death*circa 1858She died circa 1858.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Raymond Beale1

M, b. circa 1857, d. 1932
FatherAlbert Augusta Beale1 b. c 1812, d. c 1858
MotherAlexina (-----)1 b. c 1813
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1857Raymond Beale was born circa 1857 at Virginia.1 
Death*1932He died in 1932.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Virginia Augusta Beale1

F, b. circa 1843
FatherAlbert Augusta Beale1 b. c 1812, d. c 1858
MotherAlexina (-----)1 b. c 1813
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1843Virginia Augusta Beale was born circa 1843 at Virginia.1 

Citations

  1. [S2944] Jeffrey L. Schrader <, e-mail address> and OH Dayton, Schrader/Burnett Family Tree.

Nathaniel Holland1

M, b. circa 1700, d. before 18 March 1742
Last Edited18 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1700Nathaniel Holland was born circa 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1740He married Anne (-----) circa 1740 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*before 18 March 1742Nathaniel Holland died before 18 March 1742 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Nathaniel Holland was granted to Anne Holland, relict of the dec'd. Appraisers: Custis Kendall, John Kendall, Southy Satchell & John Marshall.1 

Family

Anne (-----) b. c 1710

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 335 (adm of Nathaniel Holland to Anne Holland, relict of the dec'd).

Anne (-----)1

F, b. circa 1710
Last Edited18 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1710Anne (-----) was born circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1740 As of circa 1740,her married name was Holland.1 
Marriage*circa 1740She married Nathaniel Holland circa 1740 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Est Settm't Husb's*18 March 1742Anne (-----) was named in her husband's estate settlement on 18 March 1742 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Nathaniel Holland was granted to Anne Holland, relict of the dec'd. Appraisers: Custis Kendall, John Kendall, Southy Satchell & John Marshall.1 

Family

Nathaniel Holland b. c 1700, d. b 18 Mar 1742

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 335 (adm of Nathaniel Holland to Anne Holland, relict of the dec'd).

William Holland1

M, b. circa 1650, d. before 28 January 1684/85
Last Edited18 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1650William Holland was born circa 1650.1 
Will*4 March 1684William made a will on 4 March 1684 at Northampton Co, VA. In his verbal will William Holland gave to Mr. Francis Pettitt the 200 lbs tobacco that George Esdell owes me. Witt: John Sparlinge.1 
Death*before 28 January 1684/85He died before 28 January 1684/85 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 123 (will of William Holland).

Nathaniel Littleton Holland III1

M, b. 2 November 1794
FatherNathaniel Littleton Holland II1 b. 1760, d. 4 Jan 1838
MotherSusanna (of Hy) Bryan1 b. 16 Jan 1770, d. 24 Dec 1842
ChartsDescendants of William Kendall (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Francis Mason (Ancient Planter)
Last Edited18 Aug 2019
Birth*2 November 1794Nathaniel Littleton Holland III was born on 2 November 1794 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Nancy Holland1

F, b. 19 October 1798
FatherNathaniel Littleton Holland II1 b. 1760, d. 4 Jan 1838
MotherSusanna (of Hy) Bryan1 b. 16 Jan 1770, d. 24 Dec 1842
ChartsDescendants of William Kendall (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Francis Mason (Ancient Planter)
Last Edited18 Aug 2019
Birth*19 October 1798Nancy Holland was born on 19 October 1798 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

Griffin Holland1

M, b. 27 April 1806
FatherNathaniel Littleton Holland II1 b. 1760, d. 4 Jan 1838
MotherSusanna (of Hy) Bryan1 b. 16 Jan 1770, d. 24 Dec 1842
ChartsDescendants of William Kendall (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Francis Mason (Ancient Planter)
Last Edited18 Aug 2019
Birth*27 April 1806Griffin Holland was born on 27 April 1806 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S574] The Robert Mears Collection (Work of Dr. Bill Burton & other Ghotes), http://espl-genealogy.org/mearscol.

(father of Jno, Susanna & Ann) Holland1

M, b. circa 1710
ChartsDescendants of William Kendall (Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Francis Mason (Ancient Planter)
Last Edited19 Aug 2019
Birth*circa 1710(father of Jno, Susanna & Ann) Holland was born circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1735He married (dau of Devorax & Susanna) Godwin, daughter of Devorax (of Joseph) Godwin II and Susanna (52) Kendall, circa 1735 at Northampton Co, VA.1 

Family

(dau of Devorax & Susanna) Godwin b. c 1714
Children 1.John Holland (Hollon)1 b. c 1735, d. b 15 May 1776
 2.Susanna Holland1 b. c 1737
 3.Anne 'Nancy' Holland+1 b. c 1742

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 374 (will of Susanna Powell).