Patience (-----)1

F, b. circa 1680
Last Edited1 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1680Patience (-----) was born circa 1680.1 
Marriage*circa 1700She married George 'Accomack George' Truitt, son of Henry Truitt and Elizabeth Anderson, circa 1700.1 
Married Namecirca 1700 As of circa 1700,her married name was Truitt. 

Family

George 'Accomack George' Truitt b. c 1670
Child 1.Comfort Truitt+1 b. c 1710, d. 1783

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 1140 (tract A120).

Mary Epes1

F, b. circa 1600
FatherJohn Epes1 b. 1560, d. b 16 Dec 1627
MotherThomazine Fisher1 b. c 1563
ChartsDescendants of the Epes family (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited3 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1600Mary Epes was born circa 1600 at Ashford, Co Kent, England.1 
Marriage*March 1622/23She married Capt. William Roper (Burgess) in March 1622/23 at Kennington, Co Surry, England. This William Roper disposed of his inherited estate in England which may indicate he was planing to leave England which certainly fits with him having 3 brothers-in-law already in Virginia.2 
Married NameMarch 1622/23 As of March 1622/23,her married name was Roper. 

Family

Capt. William Roper (Burgess) b. c 1600, d. b 30 Dec 1650

Citations

  1. [S2333] Eva Turner Clark, Francis Epes, His Ancestors and Descendants.
  2. [S2333] Eva Turner Clark, Francis Epes, His Ancestors and Descendants, (based on discussion with Fred Dorman on 10/03/2013 who looked it up in this book).

Margaret Whaley (Whaley?)1

F, b. circa 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1730Margaret Whaley (Whaley?) was born circa 1730.1 
Marriage*circa 1750She married George Baker, son of William Baker (Gargatha) and Elizabeth Mills, circa 1750.1 
Married Namecirca 1750 As of circa 1750,her married name was Baker. 
Will - Husb's*29 January 1796Margaret was named in her husband's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as wife Margaret and given 50 acres of the tract Whayey Venture in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret.2 

Family

George Baker b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
Children 1.William Baker+2 b. c 1772, d. b 11 Oct 1836
 2.Salathiel Baker2 b. c 1774
 3.Archibald Baker2 b. c 1776
 4.Ann Baker2 b. c 1778
 5.Esther Baker2 b. c 1780
 6.Mary Baker2 b. c 1782
 7.Betsy Baker2 b. c 1784

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 31 (25e - George Baker).
  2. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).

William Baker1

M, b. circa 1772, d. before 11 October 1836
FatherGeorge Baker1 b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
MotherMargaret Whaley (Whaley?)1 b. c 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1772William Baker was born circa 1772 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*19 December 1795He married Martha Evans on 19 December 1795 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as William Baker and Martha Evans.2 
Will - Father's*29 January 1796William was named in his father's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son William in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret. He was named Extr and given a 50 acre tract Whayey Venture after wife's death.1 
Will*17 September 1836William made a will on 17 September 1836 at Worcester Co, MD. To wife Martah, lands after death. Son Thomas to be Extr. Sons George and James. To daughter Elizabeth Davis. Witt: Samuel Baker & Eli Dale.3 
Death*before 11 October 1836He died before 11 October 1836 at Worcester Co, MD. It was on this date that his will was probated.3 

Family

Martha Evans b. c 1782, d. b 25 Jan 1847
Children 1.Thomas Baker3 b. c 1797
 2.George Baker3 b. c 1800
 3.Elizabeth Baker3 b. c 1804
 4.Charlotte Baker4 b. c 1806
 5.James Baker+3 b. 4 Feb 1814, d. 25 Jun 1853

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).
  2. [S594] Jody Powell, Worcester Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1795-1865.
  3. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 10 (will of William Baker, wife Martha).
  4. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 42 (will of Martha Baker, widow of Wm.).

Salathiel Baker1

M, b. circa 1774
FatherGeorge Baker1 b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
MotherMargaret Whaley (Whaley?)1 b. c 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1774Salathiel Baker was born circa 1774 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*29 January 1796Salathiel was named in his father's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son Salathiel in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret. He was given a tract Bakers Interest.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).

Archibald Baker1

M, b. circa 1776
FatherGeorge Baker1 b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
MotherMargaret Whaley (Whaley?)1 b. c 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1776Archibald Baker was born circa 1776 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*29 January 1796Archibald was named in his father's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son Archibald in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).

Ann Baker1

F, b. circa 1778
FatherGeorge Baker1 b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
MotherMargaret Whaley (Whaley?)1 b. c 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1778Ann Baker was born circa 1778 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*29 January 1796Ann was named in her father's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as daughter Ann in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).

Esther Baker1

F, b. circa 1780
FatherGeorge Baker1 b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
MotherMargaret Whaley (Whaley?)1 b. c 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1780Esther Baker was born circa 1780 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*29 January 1796Esther was named in her father's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as daughter Esther in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).

Mary Baker1

F, b. circa 1782
FatherGeorge Baker1 b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
MotherMargaret Whaley (Whaley?)1 b. c 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1782Mary Baker was born circa 1782 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*29 January 1796Mary was named in her father's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as daughter Mary in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).

Betsy Baker1

F, b. circa 1784
FatherGeorge Baker1 b. c 1725, d. b 4 Mar 1796
MotherMargaret Whaley (Whaley?)1 b. c 1730
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1784Betsy Baker was born circa 1784 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*29 January 1796Betsy was named in her father's will on 29 January 1796 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as daughter Betsy in the will of George Baker, wife Margaret.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 24 (will of George Baker, wife Margaret).

Elizabeth (-----)1

F, b. circa 1740
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1740Elizabeth (-----) was born circa 1740.1 
Marriage*circa 1760She married Levin Baker, son of William Baker (Gargatha) and Elizabeth Mills, circa 1760.1 
Married Namecirca 1760 As of circa 1760,her married name was Baker. 
Will - Husb's*16 January 1791Elizabeth was named in her husband's will on 16 January 1791 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as wife Elizabeth in the will of Levin Baker. She was named Extr and given 100 acres of tract Framans Contentment.1 

Family

Levin Baker b. c 1736, d. b 25 Apr 1794
Children 1.Hancock Baker1 b. c 1762
 2.Jonathan Baker1 b. c 1764

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 15 (will of Levin Baker, wife Elizabeth).

Hancock Baker1

M, b. circa 1762
FatherLevin Baker1 b. c 1736, d. b 25 Apr 1794
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1740
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1762Hancock Baker was born circa 1762 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*16 January 1791Hancock was named in his father's will on 16 January 1791 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son Hancock in the will of Levin Baker, wife Elizabeth. He was given 50 acres of land after the death of his wife.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 15 (will of Levin Baker, wife Elizabeth).

Jonathan Baker1

M, b. circa 1764
FatherLevin Baker1 b. c 1736, d. b 25 Apr 1794
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1740
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1764Jonathan Baker was born circa 1764 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*16 January 1791Jonathan was named in his father's will on 16 January 1791 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son Jonathan in the will of Levin Baker, wife Elizabeth. He was given 50 acres of land.1 

Citations

  1. [S2148] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book JW, 1790-1799, p. 15 (will of Levin Baker, wife Elizabeth).

Esther Copes1

F, b. circa 1745
FatherGiles Copes III1 b. c 1712, d. b 30 Jun 1767
Mother(-----) (-----) b. c 1725
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited20 Jun 2014
Birth*circa 1745Esther Copes was born circa 1745 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1765She married Salathiel Baker, son of William Baker (Gargatha) and Elizabeth Mills, circa 1765.1 
Married Namecirca 1765 As of circa 1765,her married name was Baker. 
Will - Father's*7 March 1767Esther was named in her father's will on 7 March 1767 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Giles Copes named a son Joshua and 4 daughters Ann, Elizabeth & Leah Copes and Esther Baker.1 

Family

Salathiel Baker b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
Children 1.John Sheperd Baker2 b. c 1766
 2.Solomon Baker+2 b. c 1768, d. b 30 Jul 1804
 3.Esther Baker2 b. c 1770
 4.Elizabeth Baker2 b. c 1772
 5.Rachel Baker2 b. c 1774
 6.Sophia Baker2 b. c 1776
 7.Mary Baker2 b. c 1778
 8.Sarah Baker2 b. c 1780

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 237 (will of Giles Copes).
  2. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Giles Copes III1

M, b. circa 1712, d. before 30 June 1767
FatherGiles Copes II1 b. c 1663, d. b 6 Jan 1730/31
MotherElizabeth Parker1 b. c 1676
ChartsDescendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited21 Jun 2014
Birth*circa 1712Giles Copes III was born circa 1712 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Uncle's*25 December 1718Giles was named in his uncle's will on 25 December 1718 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Mathais Copes, wife Margaret, named a brother Giles Copes and his youngest son Giles Copes.1 
Marriage*circa 1740He married (-----) (-----) circa 1740 at Accomack Co, VA.2 
Land bought*1752Giles Copes III bought land in 1752 at tract A121, Modest Town area, Accomack Co, VA. Ayres Onions joined with John & Susanna Onions, all of Worcester County, in a sale of 100 acres of this tract to Giles Copes. In 1767 he left it to his son Joshua, who died intestate in 1789, and 11 years later the land was divided between a son William and a daughter Nancy, the wife of Daniel Baker, each getting 45 acres.3 
Will*7 March 1767Giles made a will on 7 March 1767 at Accomack Co, VA. To son Joshua Copes my land & plantation To each of my daughters, Ann, Elizabeth & Leah Copes. 4 daughters Ann Copes, Elizabeth Copes, Esther Baker & Leah Copes residual legatees. Son Joshua Exr. Witt: Charles Bagwell, William Warner.2 
Death*before 30 June 1767He died before 30 June 1767 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was probated.2 

Family

(-----) (-----) b. c 1725
Children 1.Joshua Copes+2 b. c 1740, d. b 29 Dec 1789
 2.Ann Copes2 b. c 1742
 3.Esther Copes+2 b. c 1745
 4.Elizabeth Copes2 b. c 1747
 5.Leah Copes2 b. c 1750

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 59 (will of Mathias Copes, wife Margaret).
  2. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 237 (will of Giles Copes).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 1143 (tract A121).

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

F, b. circa 1725
ChartsDescendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited20 Jun 2014
Birth*circa 1725(-----) (-----) was born circa 1725. 
Marriage*circa 1740She married Giles Copes III, son of Giles Copes II and Elizabeth Parker, circa 1740 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1740 As of circa 1740,her married name was Copes. 

Family

Giles Copes III b. c 1712, d. b 30 Jun 1767
Children 1.Joshua Copes+1 b. c 1740, d. b 29 Dec 1789
 2.Ann Copes1 b. c 1742
 3.Esther Copes+ b. c 1745
 4.Elizabeth Copes1 b. c 1747
 5.Leah Copes1 b. c 1750

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 237 (will of Giles Copes).

John Sheperd Baker1

M, b. circa 1766
FatherSalathiel Baker1 b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
MotherEsther Copes1 b. c 1745
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1766John Sheperd Baker was born circa 1766 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 June 1796John was named in his father's will on 12 June 1796 at Accomack Co, VA. He was shown as son John Sheperd Baker in the will of Salathel Baker.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Esther Baker1

F, b. circa 1770
FatherSalathiel Baker1 b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
MotherEsther Copes1 b. c 1745
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1770Esther Baker was born circa 1770 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 June 1796Esther was named in her father's will on 12 June 1796 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Ester Baker in the will of Salathel Baker.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Elizabeth Baker1

F, b. circa 1772
FatherSalathiel Baker1 b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
MotherEsther Copes1 b. c 1745
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1772Elizabeth Baker was born circa 1772 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 June 1796Elizabeth was named in her father's will on 12 June 1796 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Elizabeth Baker in the will of Salathel Baker.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Rachel Baker1

F, b. circa 1774
FatherSalathiel Baker1 b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
MotherEsther Copes1 b. c 1745
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1774Rachel Baker was born circa 1774 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 June 1796Rachel was named in her father's will on 12 June 1796 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Rachel Baker in the will of Salathel Baker.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Sophia Baker1

F, b. circa 1776
FatherSalathiel Baker1 b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
MotherEsther Copes1 b. c 1745
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1776Sophia Baker was born circa 1776 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 June 1796Sophia was named in her father's will on 12 June 1796 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Suphia Baker in the will of Salathel Baker.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Mary Baker1

F, b. circa 1778
FatherSalathiel Baker1 b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
MotherEsther Copes1 b. c 1745
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1778Mary Baker was born circa 1778 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 June 1796Mary was named in her father's will on 12 June 1796 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Mary Baker in the will of Salathel Baker.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Sarah Baker1

F, b. circa 1780
FatherSalathiel Baker1 b. c 1740, d. b 27 Jun 1796
MotherEsther Copes1 b. c 1745
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Descendants of William Taylor I (Assawoman)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1780Sarah Baker was born circa 1780 at Accomack Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 June 1796Sarah was named in her father's will on 12 June 1796 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Sarah Baker in the will of Salathel Baker.1 

Citations

  1. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 433 (will of Salathel Baker, wife dec'd).

Mary Dale1

F, b. circa 1720, d. before 1753
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1720Mary Dale was born circa 1720.1 
Marriage*4 June 1741She married Solomon Baker, son of William Baker (Gargatha) and Elizabeth Mills, on 4 June 1741 at St. Martins Parish, Wor Co, MD.1 
Married Name4 June 1741 As of 4 June 1741,her married name was Baker. 
Death*before 1753Mary Dale died before 1753.1 

Family

Solomon Baker b. c 1720, d. b 1 Aug 1797
Children 1.Anne Baker1 b. 3 Feb 1741/42
 2.Betty Mills Baker1 b. 21 Oct 1746
 3.Jonathan Baker1 b. 11 Sep 1749
 4.Elisha Baker1 b. 7 Dec 1752

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 29 (24e - Solomon Baker).

Anne Baker1

F, b. 3 February 1741/42
FatherSolomon Baker1 b. c 1720, d. b 1 Aug 1797
MotherMary Dale1 b. c 1720, d. b 1753
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*3 February 1741/42Anne Baker was born on 3 February 1741/42 at St. Martins Parish, Wor Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 29 (24e - Solomon Baker).

Betty Mills Baker1

F, b. 21 October 1746
FatherSolomon Baker1 b. c 1720, d. b 1 Aug 1797
MotherMary Dale1 b. c 1720, d. b 1753
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*21 October 1746Betty Mills Baker was born on 21 October 1746 at St. Martins Parish, Wor Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 29 (24e - Solomon Baker).

Jonathan Baker1

M, b. 11 September 1749
FatherSolomon Baker1 b. c 1720, d. b 1 Aug 1797
MotherMary Dale1 b. c 1720, d. b 1753
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*11 September 1749Jonathan Baker was born on 11 September 1749 at St. Martins Parish, Wor Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 29 (24e - Solomon Baker).

Elisha Baker1

F, b. 7 December 1752
FatherSolomon Baker1 b. c 1720, d. b 1 Aug 1797
MotherMary Dale1 b. c 1720, d. b 1753
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*7 December 1752Elisha Baker was born on 7 December 1752 at St. Martins Parish, Wor Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 29 (24e - Solomon Baker).

Martha Evans1

F, b. circa 1782, d. before 25 January 1847
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1782Martha Evans was born circa 1782 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*19 December 1795She married William Baker, son of George Baker and Margaret Whaley (Whaley?), on 19 December 1795 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as William Baker and Martha Evans.1 
Married Name19 December 1795 As of 19 December 1795,her married name was Baker. 
Will - Husb's*17 September 1836Martha was named in her husband's will on 17 September 1836 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as wife Martha in the will of William Baker.2 
Will*21 July 1841Martha made a will on 21 July 1841 at Worcester Co, MD. To son Thomas Baker Extr. To daughter Charlotty Dunnaway, wife of John. Witt: Jessee Baker, Thomas Dunaway & Peter Whaley.3 
Death*before 25 January 1847She died before 25 January 1847 at Worcester Co, MD. It was on this date that her will was probated.3 

Family

William Baker b. c 1772, d. b 11 Oct 1836
Children 1.Thomas Baker2 b. c 1797
 2.George Baker2 b. c 1800
 3.Elizabeth Baker2 b. c 1804
 4.Charlotte Baker3 b. c 1806
 5.James Baker+2 b. 4 Feb 1814, d. 25 Jun 1853

Citations

  1. [S594] Jody Powell, Worcester Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1795-1865.
  2. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 10 (will of William Baker, wife Martha).
  3. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 42 (will of Martha Baker, widow of Wm.).

Thomas Baker1

M, b. circa 1797
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1772, d. b 11 Oct 1836
MotherMartha Evans1 b. c 1782, d. b 25 Jan 1847
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1797Thomas Baker was born circa 1797 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*17 September 1836Thomas was named in his father's will on 17 September 1836 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son Thomas and named Extr in the will of William Baker, wife Martha.1 
Will - Mother's*21 July 1841Thomas was named in his mother's will on 21 July 1841 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son Thomas Baker and named Extr in the will of Martha Baker, widow of Wm.2 

Citations

  1. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 10 (will of William Baker, wife Martha).
  2. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 42 (will of Martha Baker, widow of Wm.).

George Baker1

M, b. circa 1800
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1772, d. b 11 Oct 1836
MotherMartha Evans1 b. c 1782, d. b 25 Jan 1847
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1800George Baker was born circa 1800 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*17 September 1836George was named in his father's will on 17 September 1836 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as son George in the will of William Baker, wife Martha.1 

Citations

  1. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 10 (will of William Baker, wife Martha).

Elizabeth Baker1

F, b. circa 1804
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1772, d. b 11 Oct 1836
MotherMartha Evans1 b. c 1782, d. b 25 Jan 1847
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1804Elizabeth Baker was born circa 1804 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*17 September 1836Elizabeth was named in her father's will on 17 September 1836 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as daughter Elizabeth Davis in the will of William Baker, wife Martha.1 

Citations

  1. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 10 (will of William Baker, wife Martha).

Charlotte Baker1

F, b. circa 1806
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1772, d. b 11 Oct 1836
MotherMartha Evans1 b. c 1782, d. b 25 Jan 1847
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1806Charlotte Baker was born circa 1806 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*10 October 1827She married John Dunaway on 10 October 1827 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as John Dunnaway and Charlotte Baker.2 
Married Name10 October 1827 As of 10 October 1827,her married name was Dunaway. 
Will - Mother's*21 July 1841Charlotte was named in her mother's will on 21 July 1841 at Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as daughter Charlotty Dunnaway, wife of John, in the will of Martha Baker, widow of Wm.1 

Family

John Dunaway b. c 1805

Citations

  1. [S2248] Ruth Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, Will Book LPS, 1834-1851, p. 42 (will of Martha Baker, widow of Wm.).
  2. [S594] Jody Powell, Worcester Co, MD, Marriage Records, 1795-1865.

John Dunaway1

M, b. circa 1805
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1805John Dunaway was born circa 1805 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*10 October 1827He married Charlotte Baker, daughter of William Baker and Martha Evans, on 10 October 1827 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as John Dunnaway and Charlotte Baker.1 

Family

Charlotte Baker b. c 1806

Citations

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

Cyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker1

M, b. circa 1841, d. 1921
FatherJames Baker1 b. 4 Feb 1814, d. 25 Jun 1853
MotherJulia Ann Truitt1 b. 8 Mar 1815, d. 22 Feb 1848
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1841Cyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker was born circa 1841 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*5 January 1865He married Fanny Henry Smith on 5 January 1865 at New York City, NY.2 
Death*1921Cyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker died in 1921.3 
Burial*Cyrus was buried at Parsonsburg, MD. His tombstone shows him as Silas C. Baker.3 

Family

Fanny Henry Smith b. c 1845
Children 1.George Henry Baker+4 b. 1866, d. 1952
 2.Emory Baker4 b. 1869
 3.Emory Baker II5 b. c 1871
 4.Charles S. Baker4 b. c 1874, d. 1895
 5.William Thomas Baker4 b. 1879, d. 1952
 6.Cyrus Baker4 b. c 1880

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 66 (118h - Cyrus Goldsboro Baker).
  2. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 67.
  3. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 68.
  4. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 9 (Descendant Chart).
  5. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 70.

Garretson Gordy Baker1

M, b. circa 1844
FatherJames Baker1 b. 4 Feb 1814, d. 25 Jun 1853
MotherJulia Ann Truitt1 b. 8 Mar 1815, d. 22 Feb 1848
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1844Garretson Gordy Baker was born circa 1844 at Worcester Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 66.

James Baker Jr.1

M, b. circa 1848
FatherJames Baker1 b. 4 Feb 1814, d. 25 Jun 1853
MotherJulia Ann Truitt1 b. 8 Mar 1815, d. 22 Feb 1848
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1848James Baker Jr. was born circa 1848 at Worcester Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 66.

Nancy C. Baker1

F, b. circa 1841
FatherJames Baker1 b. 4 Feb 1814, d. 25 Jun 1853
MotherJulia Ann Truitt1 b. 8 Mar 1815, d. 22 Feb 1848
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1841Nancy C. Baker was born circa 1841 at Worcester Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 66.

Fanny Henry Smith1

F, b. circa 1845
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1845Fanny Henry Smith was born circa 1845 at Whaleyville, Wor Co, MD.1 
Marriage*5 January 1865She married Cyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker, son of James Baker and Julia Ann Truitt, on 5 January 1865 at New York City, NY.1 
Married Name5 January 1865 As of 5 January 1865,her married name was Baker. 

Family

Cyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker b. c 1841, d. 1921
Children 1.George Henry Baker+2 b. 1866, d. 1952
 2.Emory Baker2 b. 1869
 3.Emory Baker II3 b. c 1871
 4.Charles S. Baker2 b. c 1874, d. 1895
 5.William Thomas Baker2 b. 1879, d. 1952
 6.Cyrus Baker2 b. c 1880

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 67.
  2. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 9 (Descendant Chart).
  3. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 70.

William Thomas Baker1

M, b. 1879, d. 1952
FatherCyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker1 b. c 1841, d. 1921
MotherFanny Henry Smith1 b. c 1845
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*1879William Thomas Baker was born in 1879 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Death*1952He died in 1952.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 9 (Descendant Chart).

Cyrus Baker1

M, b. circa 1880
FatherCyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker1 b. c 1841, d. 1921
MotherFanny Henry Smith1 b. c 1845
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1880Cyrus Baker was born circa 1880 at Worcester Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 9 (Descendant Chart).

Emory Baker1

M, b. 1869
FatherCyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker1 b. c 1841, d. 1921
MotherFanny Henry Smith1 b. c 1845
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*1869Emory Baker was born in 1869 at Worcester Co, MD.2 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 9 (Descendant Chart).
  2. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 70.

Charles S. Baker1

M, b. circa 1874, d. 1895
FatherCyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker1 b. c 1841, d. 1921
MotherFanny Henry Smith1 b. c 1845
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1874Charles S. Baker was born circa 1874 at Worcester Co, MD.2 
Death*1895He died in 1895.2 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 9 (Descendant Chart).
  2. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 70.

George Henry Baker1

M, b. 1866, d. 1952
FatherCyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker1 b. c 1841, d. 1921
MotherFanny Henry Smith1 b. c 1845
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited25 Aug 2017
Birth*1866George Henry Baker was born in 1866 at Worcester Co, MD.2 
Marriage*17 March 1891He married Susan Levicia Richardson on 17 March 1891 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as George H. Baker, age 23 and Susie L. Richardson, age 18.2,3 
Death*1952George Henry Baker died in 1952.2 

Family

Susan Levicia Richardson b. 1872, d. 1955
Child 1.Harry Farrell Baker Sr.+4 b. 1905

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 9 (Descendant Chart).
  2. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 70.
  3. [S595] Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages (including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico) 1865-1906.
  4. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 72.

Emory Baker II1

M, b. circa 1871
FatherCyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker1 b. c 1841, d. 1921
MotherFanny Henry Smith1 b. c 1845
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited5 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1871Emory Baker II was born circa 1871 at Worcester Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 70.

Susan Levicia Richardson1

F, b. 1872, d. 1955
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited25 Aug 2017
Birth*1872Susan Levicia Richardson was born in 1872 at Worcester Co, MD.1 
Marriage*17 March 1891She married George Henry Baker, son of Cyrus Goldsboro 'Gold' Baker and Fanny Henry Smith, on 17 March 1891 at Worcester Co, MD. They were shown as George H. Baker, age 23 and Susie L. Richardson, age 18.1,2 
Married Name17 March 1891 As of 17 March 1891,her married name was Baker. 
Death*1955Susan Levicia Richardson died in 1955.1 

Family

George Henry Baker b. 1866, d. 1952
Child 1.Harry Farrell Baker Sr.+3 b. 1905

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 70.
  2. [S595] Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages (including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico) 1865-1906.
  3. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 72.

Harry Farrell Baker Sr.1

M, b. 1905
FatherGeorge Henry Baker1 b. 1866, d. 1952
MotherSusan Levicia Richardson1 b. 1872, d. 1955
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited25 Aug 2017
Birth*1905Harry Farrell Baker Sr. was born in 1905 at Berlin, Wor Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S2334] Vaughn Baker, The Bakers (Draft II) Jamestown, Northampton, Accomac, Somerset, Worcester & Susex, p. 72.

Mary Carpenter1

F, b. circa 1670
Father(-----) Carpenter b. c 1640
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1670Mary Carpenter was born circa 1670.1 
Marriage*circa 1688She married William Baker, son of Hugh Baker and Mary Munns, circa 1688.1 
Married Namecirca 1688 As of circa 1688,her married name was Baker. 
Will - Husb's*12 August 1700Mary was named in her husband's will on 12 August 1700 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as wife Mary Baker in the will of William Baker. She was given 1/2 of either my plantations during her widowhood and then to my sons when 21.1 
Est Settm't Husb's*28 May 1701She was named in her husband's estate settlement on 28 May 1701 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as Mary Baker, the widow and Extr of William Baker dec'd, when exhibited his estate that was divided to his children John, William, Licia and Ann Baker.2 
Will - Witnessed*25 January 1702/3Mary witnessed a will on 25 January 1702/3 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Leverett Clay, John Clay, Mary (O) Baker and Daniel Neech witnessed the will of Nathaniel Littleton.3 
Marriage*circa 1704She married Benjamin (of Jerom) Griffith, son of Jerom Griffith Sr. and Elizabeth Gelding, circa 1704 at Northampton Co, VA.4 
Married Namecirca 1704 As of circa 1704,her married name was Griffith. 

Family 1

William Baker b. c 1652, d. b 28 Nov 1700
Marriage*circa 1688Mary Carpenter married William Baker, son of Hugh Baker and Mary Munns, circa 1688.1 
Children 1.John Baker+1 b. c 1688, d. b 16 Feb 1719/20
 2.William Baker1 b. c 1690
 3.Elisha 'Licia' Baker1 b. c 1692
 4.Ann Baker5 b. a 12 Aug 1700

Family 2

Benjamin (of Jerom) Griffith b. c 1680, d. b 21 Jul 1719
Marriage*circa 1704Mary Carpenter married Benjamin (of Jerom) Griffith, son of Jerom Griffith Sr. and Elizabeth Gelding, circa 1704 at Northampton Co, VA.4 
Children 1.Luke Griffith4 b. c 1706
 2.Benjamin (of Benjamin) Griffith4 b. c 1708

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).
  2. [S2144] Frank V. Walcyzk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 14, Orders & Wills, 1698-1710, Vol 1 (1698-1703), p. 59-61 (estate of William Baker dec'd was exhibited and sworn to by Mary Baker his widow).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 171 (will of Nathaniel Littleton).
  4. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 105 (tract N17).
  5. [S819] Mark C. Lewis, Mark C. Lewis Genealogy Research Files, Baker Family Chart.

William Baker1

M, b. circa 1690
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1652, d. b 28 Nov 1700
MotherMary Carpenter1 b. c 1670
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1690William Baker was born circa 1690 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 August 1700William was named in his father's will on 12 August 1700 at Northampton Co, VA. William Baker, wife Mary, left his 2 sons John & William Baker (under 21) 600 acres bought of William Willett, John to have the wester bounds and William the other half. If his unborn child was a son then he to have the 200 acres in between sons John and William.1 
Est Settm't Father's*28 May 1701He was named in the settlement of his father's estate on 28 May 1701 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as William Baker when a part of his father William Baker's estate was exhibited and sworn to by Mary Baker, his widow.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).
  2. [S2144] Frank V. Walcyzk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 14, Orders & Wills, 1698-1710, Vol 1 (1698-1703), p. 59-61 (estate of William Baker dec'd was exhibited and sworn to by Mary Baker his widow).

Elisha 'Licia' Baker1,2

F, b. circa 1692
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1652, d. b 28 Nov 1700
MotherMary Carpenter1 b. c 1670
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1692Elisha 'Licia' Baker was born circa 1692 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*12 August 1700Elisha was named in her father's will on 12 August 1700 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Elisha Baker (under 18) in the will of William Baker, wife Mary.1 
Est Settm't Father's*28 May 1701She was named in the settlement of her father's estate on 28 May 1701 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as Licia Baker when a part of her father William Baker's estate was exhibited and sworn to by Mary Baker, his widow.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).
  2. [S2144] Frank V. Walcyzk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 14, Orders & Wills, 1698-1710, Vol 1 (1698-1703), p. 59-61 (estate of William Baker dec'd was exhibited and sworn to by Mary Baker his widow).

Ann Baker1

F, b. after 12 August 1700
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1652, d. b 28 Nov 1700
MotherMary Carpenter1 b. c 1670
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*after 12 August 1700Ann Baker was born after 12 August 1700 at Northampton Co, VA.1,2 
Est Settm't Father's*28 May 1701She was named in the settlement of her father's estate on 28 May 1701 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as Ann Baker when a part of her father William Baker's estate was exhibited and sworn to by Mary Baker, his widow.3 

Citations

  1. [S819] Mark C. Lewis, Mark C. Lewis Genealogy Research Files, Baker Family Chart.
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).
  3. [S2144] Frank V. Walcyzk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 14, Orders & Wills, 1698-1710, Vol 1 (1698-1703), p. 59-61 (estate of William Baker dec'd was exhibited and sworn to by Mary Baker his widow).

Hannah Webb1

F, b. circa 1665
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1665Hannah Webb was born circa 1665 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Mentioned in*26 August 1678Hannah was mentioned in a will on 26 August 1678 at Northampton Co, VA. Capt. John Savage, Gent., left to each of Jacob Bishop, John Harmanson, Hannah Web, Anne Hudson and Mary Baker a heifer.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 104 (will of Capt. John Savage, Gent.).

(-----) Carpenter

M, b. circa 1640
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1640(-----) Carpenter was born circa 1640. 

Family

Children 1.Mary Carpenter+ b. c 1670
 2.(-----) Carpenter+1 b. c 1672, d. b 12 Aug 1700

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).

(-----) Carpenter1

F, b. circa 1672, d. before 12 August 1700
Father(-----) Carpenter1 b. c 1640
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1672(-----) Carpenter was born circa 1672.1 
Death*before 12 August 1700She died before 12 August 1700 at Northampton Co, VA. She was evidently dec'd by this date when William Baker, wife Mary, mentioned Ann Carpenter (under 16), my wife's sister's child in his will.1 

Family

Child 1.Ann Carpenter1 b. c 1690

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).

Ann Carpenter1

F, b. circa 1690
Mother(-----) Carpenter1 b. c 1672, d. b 12 Aug 1700
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1690Ann Carpenter was born circa 1690 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Uncle's*12 August 1700Ann was named in her uncle's will on 12 August 1700 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as Ann Carpenter (under 16), my wife's sister's child in the will of William Barker, wife Mary.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).

(d/o Wm) Baker1

F, b. circa 1678
FatherWilliam Baker1 b. c 1652, d. b 28 Nov 1700
Mother(d/o Daniel) Jackson1 b. c 1655
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1678(d/o Wm) Baker was born circa 1678 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1698She married (-----) Eves (Evans?) circa 1698.1 
Married Namecirca 1698 As of circa 1698,her married name was Eves. 

Family

(-----) Eves (Evans?) b. c 1675
Child 1.Ann Eves1 b. c 1698

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).

(-----) Eves (Evans?)1

M, b. circa 1675
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1675(-----) Eves (Evans?) was born circa 1675.1 
Marriage*circa 1698He married (d/o Wm) Baker, daughter of William Baker and (d/o Daniel) Jackson, circa 1698.1 

Family

(d/o Wm) Baker b. c 1678
Child 1.Ann Eves1 b. c 1698

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).

Ann Eves1

F, b. circa 1698
Father(-----) Eves (Evans?)1 b. c 1675
Mother(d/o Wm) Baker1 b. c 1678
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1698Ann Eves was born circa 1698 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Grfath's*12 August 1700Ann was named in her grandfather's will on 12 August 1700 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as my granddaughter Ann Eves who was to continue with my wife until age 16 in the will of William Baker, wife Mary.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 166 (will of William Baker, wife Mary).

Josias Baker1

M, b. circa 1710
FatherJohn Baker1 b. c 1688, d. b 16 Feb 1719/20
MotherMargaret (-----)1 b. c 1690
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1710Josias Baker was born circa 1710 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*7 November 1719Josias was named in his father's will on 7 November 1719 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as son Josias (under 18) in the will of John Baker, wife Margaret. He was given my plantation whereon I now live half the land.1 
Land inherited*1720He inherited land in 1720 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. In 1696 William and Ann Willett sold 600 acres of this tract to William Baker. Two years later William and Mary Baker deeded it back to Willett so he could give them a new deed with a better description of the land and title. In 1700 William Baker (wife Mary) left to sons John and William, the former to have the western or settled part: if an unborn child was a son, he also was to share in the land. Nothing more was found concerning young William or a posthumous son. The widow Mary married Benjamin Griffith and in 1709 the Griffiths released to John Baker her dower interest in the land. In 1720 John Baker (wife Margaret) left the home part to son Josias and the rest of son John. He also had daughters Comfort and Hannah. Neither of the sons lived to enjoy the land and Margaret is known to have married a Tennant.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 226 (will of John Baker, wife Margaret).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 105 (tract N17).

John Baker1

M, b. circa 1712
FatherJohn Baker1 b. c 1688, d. b 16 Feb 1719/20
MotherMargaret (-----)1 b. c 1690
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1712John Baker was born circa 1712 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*7 November 1719John was named in his father's will on 7 November 1719 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as son John (under 18) in the will of John Baker, wife Margaret. He was given my plantation on the eastward side of my land and the remaining half of my land.1 
Land inherited*1720He inherited land in 1720 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. In 1696 William and Ann Willett sold 600 acres of this tract to William Baker. Two years later William and Mary Baker deeded it back to Willett so he could give them a new deed with a better description of the land and title. In 1700 William Baker (wife Mary) left to sons John and William, the former to have the western or settled part: if an unborn child was a son, he also was to share in the land. Nothing more was found concerning young William or a posthumous son. The widow Mary married Benjamin Griffith and in 1709 the Griffiths released to John Baker her dower interest in the land. In 1720 John Baker (wife Margaret) left the home part to son Josias and the rest of son John. He also had daughters Comfort and Hannah. Neither of the sons lived to enjoy the land and Margaret is known to have married a Tennant.2 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 226 (will of John Baker, wife Margaret).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 105 (tract N17).

Comfort Baker1

F, b. circa 1716
FatherJohn Baker1 b. c 1688, d. b 16 Feb 1719/20
MotherMargaret (-----)1 b. c 1690
ChartsDescendants of William Munns (1624/5 Muster on E.S.)
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1716Comfort Baker was born circa 1716 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Will - Father's*7 November 1719Comfort was named in her father's will on 7 November 1719 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Comfort Baker (under 16) in the will of John Baker, wife Margaret.1 
Marriage*circa 1735She married Stephen O'Dear circa 1735 at tract N17, between Capeville & Cheriton, Northampton Co, VA. It was in this year that Stephen Odeer sold 300 acres of this tract to Francis Costin; it may be that he had been the husband of Comfort Baker and that what he sold was only his life interest in half of the tract. In 1743 Francis Costin resold this interest to Peter Bowdoin and Margaret Tennant also released to him her dower interest in the whole.2 
Married Namecirca 1735 As of circa 1735,her married name was O'Dear. 

Family

Stephen O'Dear b. c 1710

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 226 (will of John Baker, wife Margaret).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 105 (tract N17).

Thomas Tennant1

M, b. circa 1690, d. before 9 April 1735
Last Edited6 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1690Thomas Tennant was born circa 1690.1 
Marriage*circa 1721He married Margaret (-----) circa 1721 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Death*before 9 April 1735Thomas Tennant died before 9 April 1735 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Thomas Tennant was granted to Margaret Tennant, relict of the dec'd. Appraisers: Francis Costin, Luke Griffith, Benjamin Griffin & Capt. Ralph Pigot.1 

Family

Margaret (-----) b. c 1690

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 105 (tract N17).

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

F, b. circa 1600
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1600(-----) (-----) was born circa 1600. 
Marriage*circa 1620She married (father of Dan'l, Susan, Edw) Baker circa 1620. 
Married Namecirca 1620 As of circa 1620,her married name was Baker. 

Family

(father of Dan'l, Susan, Edw) Baker b. 1595
Children 1.Daniel Baker b. c 1620, d. b 31 May 1667
 2.Susannah Baker+ b. c 1630, d. c 1683
 3.Edward Baker+ b. c 1632, d. b 16 Nov 1664

(-----) Dunn1

M, b. circa 1600
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1600(-----) Dunn was born circa 1600.1 
Marriage*circa 1630He married Anne (-----) circa 1630.1 

Family

Anne (-----) b. c 1600, d. b 23 Nov 1649

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 8 (death of Mrs. Anne Dunn of James City).

Anne (-----)1

F, b. circa 1600, d. before 23 November 1649
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1600Anne (-----) was born circa 1600.1 
Marriage*circa 1630She married (-----) Dunn circa 1630.1 
Married Namecirca 1630 As of circa 1630,her married name was Dunn. 
Death*before 23 November 1649Anne (-----) died before 23 November 1649 at James City, VA. She was shown as Mrs. Anne Dunn. Mr. Phillip Taylor petitioned the court that her goods be appraised, and (Capt.) William Roper, Mr. Stephen Charleton, James Perryn, and Daniell Baker were appointed. Her last will (recorded in James City County?) is referred to. Mrs. Seaverne (wife of John) was one of the legatees, receiving a satin petticoat and a silver-laced wastcoat.1 

Family

(-----) Dunn b. c 1600

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 8 (death of Mrs. Anne Dunn of James City).

Capt. Philip Taylor I (Burgess)1,2

M, b. circa 1600, d. before 25 February 1645/46
Last Edited24 May 2020
Birth*circa 1600Capt. Philip Taylor I (Burgess) was born circa 1600.1 
Marriage*circa 1622He married (-----) (-----) circa 1622.3 
Anecdote*before April 1634 Philip Taylor settled on the Eastern Shore prior to April 1634, when a bargain he had made with Capt. Edmund Scarburgh was discussed by Accomack County's court justices. Later in the year he went to court to protest the behavior of a local man, who had had sex with his maidservant. Taylor patented 500 acres on the seaside in 1643. When he testified in May 1635 about a large quantity of beaver pelts that Capt. William Claiborne had brought from Kent Isle he gave his age as 24. Two years later Taylor again was summoned to court because he had shipped some rotten tobacco to John Neale's store at Kecoughtan. In February 1638 Taylor was away from Virginia when a man tried to collect on a debt. Later that year the county justices learned that he and Mr. Neale had made a bargain involving the purchase of 21-22 hogsheads of salt. When Philip Taylor testified at Kecoughtan in 1640, he discussed the sacrifices that William Claiborne had made when establishing a trading post at Kent Island. He also identified himself as one of the original free men at Kent Island. In 1641 Accomack justices ordered Taylor not to disturb the Indians living on Mattawomes (Mattawoman) Creek, directly from his plantation. In 1642 Taylor was designed a churchwarden and took the oath of office; he also became a justice and sheriff of Northampton County, newly named in 1643. While sheriff, he was obliged to detain prisoners in his home because there was no jail. He served as a burgess for Northampton County in 1643 and died intestate sometime prior to 25 Feb 1645. His widow, Jane, who served as his administratrix, later married William Eltonhead of Maryland. Philip Taylor's heirs included two children, Zarah and Thomas. Court testimony taken in September 1645 reveals that in July 1645 one of Taylor's African servants was Anthony (Antonio) or Anthony Johnson, who came to Virginia in 1621 as one of the Bennett family's servants and eventually moved to the Eastern Shore, where he became a free man and landowner.4 
Court - named in ord*8 September 1634Capt. Philip Taylor I (Burgess) was named in a court order on 8 September 1634 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. Upon the complaint of Phillip Taylor against John Little for abusing his house in going to bed to the maid of said Taylor and the next day Little being at work in the ground with a company of men boasted that the cooke was up, and the steale down and reddy to give fyre, but as the Little confessed he was disturbed. It is therefore ordered that John Little shall for the offence lay neck and heels close for 3 hours and for as much as Little confessed himself to be drunk at that time, it is ordered that he shall pay 5 shillings unto Walter Scott provost marshall. It is ordered that Ellen Muce for accusing John Little to have to do with her in the act of fornication and not approving the same, shall be whipped.5 
Anecdote11 May 1635 In 1635 Phillip Taylor had been the active assistant to William Claiborne in the settlement and later affairs of Kent Island, which is evident by this letter from Claiborne to Taylor:
I understand that the Marylanders have taken my Pinnace the Longtayle with her Company and some other of my men, trading in other places. Now where as his Majesties Commission to myself warrantees me in the trade with the natives, and for as much also his Majesties gracious letters in America do declare his express pleasure to be against this their violent and exorbitant proceedings, and contrary to justice and the true intent of his Majesties Grant to the Lord Baltimore. These are to desire you that would with the first opportunity with such Company as are appointed for you set sail to Patawomack and Patuxant Rivers, or elsewhere, and to demand of them my said Pinnace and men, and if you can obtain them to take possession of them for my use and bring them again unto this place. Or missing of them make stay of such boats of theirs as you can light on. Wherein I beseech you proceed without violence unless it be in lawful necessary defense of yourself especially to avoid any bloodshed or making any assault upon and of them, and to this end I require all your Company to be obedient and assistant unto you as if I were there myself. Given at the Ile of Kent under my hand & seal this 11 May 1635.3 
Marriage*circa 1640He married Jane (-----) circa 1640.6 
Est Settm't Named In*23 November 1640Capt. Philip Taylor I (Burgess) was named in an estate settlement on 23 November 1640 at Northampton Co, VA. Mr. Phillip Taylor petitioned the court that Mrs. Anne Dunn's goods be appraised, and (Capt.) William Roper, Mr. Stephen Charleton, James Perryn, and Daniell Baker were appointed. Her last will (recorded in James City County?) is referred to. Mrs. Seaverne (wife of John) was one of the legatees, receiving a satin petticoat and a silver-laced wastcoat.1 
Land patented*1643He patented land in 1643 at tract N46, between Eastville & Cherition on Seaside, Northampton Co, VA. It contained 1,000 acres which was approximatly the land between the seaside road and the seaboard. In 1643 Thomas Taylor, son and heir of Phillip, and his wife Frances, of Patuxant, MD, sold the 1,000 acres to William Anderson. Although the date of Phillip Taylor's death was not determined, it is evident that he must have died before the date of this transaction, yet it was not until early in 1646 that his widow Jane, or Joane, was granted local papers of administration on the estate of her late husband. The widow later married William Eltonhead of Maryland.3 
Burgess*1643Philip served in the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1643 at Northampton Co, VA.7 
Deposition named in*22 September 1645He was named in a deposition on 22 September 1645 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. Edwyn Conaway Clarke saith that being at the house of Capt. Taylor about 10 July last the said Capt. Taylor in the morning went into the quartering house and this deponent comeing forth of the dwelling house did see Capt. Taylor and Anthony the Negro going into the corn field and when they returned from the said corn field the said Negro told this deponent saying now Mr. Taylor and I have devided our corn and I am very glad of it now I know mine own, he finds fault with me that I do not work but now I know my own ground I will work when I please and play when I please. And the said Capt. Taylor asked the said Negro saying are you content with what you have and the Negro answered saying I am very well content with what I have or words to that effect.2 
Death*before 25 February 1645/46He died before 25 February 1645/46 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Capt. Phillip Taylor was granted to Jane Taylor, widow of the dec'd. (NOTES: Zarah and Thomas Taylor are orphans of the dec'd, and Zarah is the godchild of Robert Moryson. The inventory of his estate was filed. There is a reference to Mrs. Jane Eltonhead, former wife of the dec'd. William Eltonhead of Maryland married Mrs. Jane Taylor the relict of Capt. Phillipp Taylor. Phillipp Taylor is orphan of Capt. Phillip Taylor dec'd.)6 
Guardian Rept named*20 October 1648He was named in a guardian report on 20 October 1648 at Acc-N'hamp Co, VA. Whereas Wm. Taylor has petitioned this court that he has taken into his care Phillipp Taylor, orphan, who hath been provided for by him about two years since the decease of his father Capt. Phill: Taylor and has to the best of his ability seen him educated. Wm. Taylor as likewise petitioned to have the land of the said orphan in his possission to improve until said Phillip Taylor becomes of age. Whereas it appears to the Court that there is 1,000 acres belonging to the said orphan Phillip Taylor, situated at the seaboard side in N'hamp County, it is tought fit and ordered that said Wm. Taylor be hereby authorized to let out & dispose of the said land for the best use of the orpahn until he becomes of age, provided that he does not mollest the Indians.8 
Court - namd in act*31 January 1653/54He was named in an action that was brought to the court on 31 January 1653/54 at Acc-N'hamp Co, VA. Upon consideration of the charge and expense that Wm. Taylor this day made appearance he hath deposited for Phillip Taylor (orphan of Capt. Phillip Taylor dec'd) since he has been in his tuitition and custdoy, the estate at present being of small value, its thought fit and ordered that Capt. Wm. Whittington this day elected guardian of the said Phillip Taylor orphan, shall forthwith make payment unto the said Wm. Taylor, the inst. sum and quantity of 2,000 lbs tobacco which the said orphan's accunt is to be responsible for, where upon the said Wm. Taylor is to give a full discharge for all claims which he may have unto the orphan Phill. Taylor.9 

Family 1

(-----) (-----) b. c 1600
Marriage*circa 1622He married (-----) (-----) circa 1622.3 
Children 1.Thomas Taylor6 b. c 1622
 2.Zarah Taylor6 b. c 1625

Family 2

Jane (-----) b. c 1615
Marriage*circa 1640Capt. Philip Taylor I (Burgess) married Jane (-----) circa 1640.6 
Child 1.Philip Taylor II10 b. c 1640, d. b 27 Dec 1655

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 8 (death of Mrs. Anne Dunn of James City).
  2. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 457 (depostion of Edwyn Conaway Clarke).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 206 (tract N46).
  4. [S2335] Martha W. McCartney, Jamestown People to 1800 (Landowners, Public Officials, Minorities, and Native Leaders), p. 399 (Philip Taylor).
  5. [S2325] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records 1632-1640, p. 20 (8 Sep 1634 Court).
  6. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 17 (adm of Capt. Phillip Taylor to Jane Taylor widow of the dec'd).
  7. [S2335] Martha W. McCartney, Jamestown People to 1800 (Landowners, Public Officials, Minorities, and Native Leaders), p. 399 (Phillip Taylor).
  8. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 298.
  9. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 189.
  10. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 37 (will of Elizabeth Turner, orphan).

James Perrin (Perryn)1,2

M, b. circa 1600, d. before 28 April 1643
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1600James Perrin (Perryn) was born circa 1600.1 
Est Settm't Named In*23 November 1640He was named in an estate settlement on 23 November 1640 at Northampton Co, VA. Mr. Phillip Taylor petitioned the court that Mrs. Anne Dunn's goods be appraised, and (Capt.) William Roper, Mr. Stephen Charleton, James Perryn, and Daniell Baker were appointed. Her last will (recorded in James City County?) is referred to. Mrs. Seaverne (wife of John) was one of the legatees, receiving a satin petticoat and a silver-laced wastcoat.3 
Death*before 28 April 1643He died before 28 April 1643 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of James Perreene, planter was granted to William Parry. Note: Henry Peddenton, John Browne, John Vaughn and John Hinman were subsequently (10 Feb. 1646) appointed to appraise a plantation at Nuswattocks formerly belonging to the dec'd, and now to be divided by William Parrey and Elias Hartree.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 13 (adm of James Perreene, planter, to William Parry).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 1482 (Index).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 8 (death of Mrs. Anne Dunn of James City).

(-----) Pott1

M, b. circa 1575
Last Edited28 Feb 2021
Birth*circa 1575(-----) Pott was born circa 1575.1 

Family

Children 1.(-----) (bro of Fran) Pott+2 b. c 1583
 2.Gov. Dr. John Potts Sr.3 b. c 1585, d. b 13 Jun 1642
 3.Capt. Francis Pott1 b. c 1586, d. b 28 Oct 1658
 4.(-----) (sis of Fran) Pott (Mrs. Perry)+4 b. c 1590
 5.Hattill Pott5 b. c 1600
 6.Henry Pott5 b. c 1600
 7.Mary (bro Francis) Pott6 b. c 1610
 8.Catherine (bro Francis) Pott6 b. c 1612
 9.Bridget (bro Francis) Pott6 b. c 1615

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 397 (tract N70).
  2. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 182 (letter to nephew John Pott in N'hamp VA from his uncle Francis Pott to manage his estate).
  3. [S888] John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5, p. 311 (Holt Family), footnote #2 stating The American Genealogist, XXXVII, p. 89, suggests Randall Holt may have been a realative of Dr. Pott (possibily because at the age of 18 he came on the George in 1620 with Dr. John Pott & Mrs Elizabeth Pott).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 58 (will of Fran Pott, wife Susanna).
  5. [S893] Complier Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666, Vol I, p. 248 (Capt. Francis Pott, 2,000 acres in N'hamp Co).
  6. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 59 (will of Fran Pott).

Dr. John Severn1

M, b. circa 1610, d. before 4 July 1643
Last Edited26 Feb 2021
Birth*circa 1610Dr. John Severn was born circa 1610 at Limehouse, Co Middlesex, England.2 
Marriage*circa 1632He married Bridget (neice of Francis) Pott, daughter of (-----) (bro of Fran) Pott and (-----) (-----), circa 1632 at England.1,3 
Land certificate*23 November 1640Dr. John Severn was granted a certificate for land on 23 November 1640 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas John Seaverne Chirurgion made it appear to this Court that 300 acres is due for his personal adventure and for the transportation of the following: Bridgett Seaverne, John Seaverne Junior, William Stephens, Abraham Merifeild and John Pott.3 
Deposition*11 January 1640/41He gave a deposition on 11 January 1640/41 at Northampton Co, VA. The deposition of John Seaverne, Chirurgion, had and taken in open court, saith that Liveing Denwood being at his house they being at prayers, said unto Seaverne, country man, how long have you learned this of my neighbor Traviler, and concerning that the said Traviler was a hypocrite, the said Denwood delivered some words to that purpose.
The deposition of John Pott had and taken in open court, saith that Liveing Denwood being at his brothers (meaning brother-in-law) Mr. John Seavernes house all night, the said Seaverne went to prayers and the said Denwood asked him if he had learned to pray of this neighbor Travile.
It was so ordered by the court that Liveing Denwood shall ask George Traviler forgiveness in open court for some scandalous words which he the said Denwood have raised upon the said Traveler and he is to pay 5 shillings which is to be disposed of by the Vestry and to pay all charges of court.4 
Headright29 August 1642He was named as a headright on 29 August 1642 at Northampton Co, VA. A certificate was granted unto Thomas Savage Carpenter [for] John Seaverne, Bridgett his wife, John Seaverne Jr., William Stevens, Robert Sattmus, Abraham Merified, John Pott, Abraham Bargraves[?], William Alleson & John Luck[?].5 
Death*before 4 July 1643He died before 4 July 1643 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as John Severne, chirurgion. Admtr: (Capt.) Bridges Freeman. John Pott by deed of gift gave a cow calf to his nephew Peter Severne the younger son of the dec'd to be delivered to Bridget his mother and the widow of the dec'd. If Peter died under 21, then his brother John to have the calf. His inventory and appraisal by Jonathan Gills and Thomas Gaskins. (Note: Thomas Severne is of Limehouse in the County of Middlesex in England.)2 
Est settm't*7 January 1644/45His estate was settled on 7 January 1644/45 at Northampton Co, VA. The deposition of Capt. William Roper, taken in open court, saith that John Severne died desire this deponent to bear witness that he was to give to his brother (meaning brother-in-law) John Pott one bed and one suit of clothes and all accounts to be cleared between them both which was in full satisfaction for his services and labor spent in the said Severnes employment.
Whereas it appears to the court by the affidavit of Capt. William Roper, high sheriff for Northampton County, that the state of John Severne, Chirurgion, dec'd, do owe and stand indebted unto John Pott for his wages, one bed and suit of apparel. Whereas if also appears by sufficient testimony that the said estate does owe and stand indebted unto the said John Pott, 800 lbs tobacco for a steer killed at the funeral of the said Severne. It is therefore ordered by this Court that Humphrey Price, attorney of Capt. Bridges Freeman, Admr of the said estate, shall in the first place satisfy and pay the said bed and suit of apparel unto the said John Pott being his wages, and also 800 lbs tobacco for funeral charges.6 
Headright*20 June 1646He was named as a headright on 20 June 1646 at Nassawadox Cr., Northampton Co, VA. Thomas Savedge was granted 50 acres at Naswattock Cr. for transporting 10 pers: Jno. Seaverne, Bridgett his wife, Jno. Severn Jr., Abra. Hargraves, Wm. Alleson, Wm. Stephens, Abra. Merifield, John Pott, Robert Satums & John Linch.7 

Family

Bridget (neice of Francis) Pott b. c 1615, d. c 1650
Marriage*circa 1632He married Bridget (neice of Francis) Pott, daughter of (-----) (bro of Fran) Pott and (-----) (-----), circa 1632 at England.1,3 
Children 1.John Severn Jr.+1 b. 1634, d. b 2 Mar 1664
 2.Peter Severn1 b. c 1636, d. b 7 Nov 1668

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 397 (tract N70).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 13 (adm of John Severne, chirurgion).
  3. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 50 (land certificate to John Seaverne Chirurgion).
  4. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 59-60 (11 Jany 1640/41 court).
  5. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 191 (29 Aug 1642 Court).
  6. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 399 (7 Jan 1644/45 Court).
  7. [S893] Complier Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666, Vol I, p. 171.

John Pott Gent. (nephew of Francis & bro of Bridget)1,2

M, b. circa 1620, d. before 4 July 1676
Father(-----) (bro of Fran) Pott3 b. c 1583
Mother(-----) (-----) b. c 1585
Last Edited7 Mar 2021
Birth*circa 1620John Pott Gent. (nephew of Francis & bro of Bridget) was born circa 1620 at England.1 
Court - namd in act*February 1637/38He was named in an action that was brought to the court in February 1637/38 at Northampton Co, VA. An account of what cattle George Travellor received with Elzabeth Bibbe, being about ten months old, included in 1637 one yearling heifer which in 1640 being barren was changed with John Pott for another called Magg which had in 1641 one cow calf of Magg.4 
Headright*23 November 1640He was named as a headright on 23 November 1640 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas John Seaverne Chirurgion made it appear to this Court that 300 acres is due for his personal adventure and for the transportation of the following: Bridgett Seaverne, John Seaverne Junior, William Stephens, Abraham Merifeild and John Pott.5 
Deposition*11 January 1640/41He gave a deposition on 11 January 1640/41 at Northampton Co, VA. The deposition of John Seaverne, Chirurgion, had and taken in open court, saith that Liveing Denwood being at his house they being at prayers, said unto Seaverne, country man, how long have you learned this of my neighbor Traviler, and concerning that the said Traviler was a hypocrite, the said Denwood delivered some words to that purpose.
The deposition of John Pott had and taken in open court, saith that Liveing Denwood being at his brothers (meaning brother-in-law) Mr. John Seavernes house all night, the said Seaverne went to prayers and the said Denwood asked him if he had learned to pray of this neighbor Travile.
It was so ordered by the court that Liveing Denwood shall ask George Traviler forgiveness in open court for some scandalous words which he the said Denwood have raised upon the said Traveler and he is to pay 5 shillings which is to be disposed of by the Vestry and to pay all charges of court.6 
Court - name in stat7 July 1641He was named in a statement that was recorded in court records on 7 July 1641 at Northampton Co, VA. These are to authorize John Pott or whom he shall lawfully depute to drive away and possess forever with the increase these cattle undernamed now being upon the plantation which Mr. John Neale lives on which cattle belonged to Mr. Thomas Deacon and Company (Viz.) One black cow with a hole in her ear, ready to calve, one black heifer which hath not as yet calved, with one cow calf about four months old, which three above female cattle I am to receive the like for at Harropp near Martins Hundred, from Capt. Francis Pott or his assignes. Signed 7 July 1641 by William Whitby. Witt: Cornelius Loyde. Recorded 18 March 1644/45.7 
Headright29 August 1642He was named as a headright on 29 August 1642 at Northampton Co, VA. A certificate was granted unto Thomas Savage Carpenter [for] John Seaverne, Bridgett his wife, John Seaverne Jr., William Stevens, Robert Sattmus, Abraham Merified, John Pott, Abraham Bargraves[?], William Alleson & John Luck[?].8 
Deed of Gift - Gave*14 September 1644He gave by deed of gift on 14 September 1644 at Northampton Co, VA. John Pott of N'hamp County, Gentlemen, gave his nephew Peter Severne the younger son of John Severne Chirurgion dec'd, unto his mother Bridgett Severne, widow, for the use of the said Peter Severne one cow calf and it to remain in the possession of Bridgett until Peter comes to age 21, and if he is dec'd before age 21, then to John Severn, brother of the said Peter.2,1 
Headright20 September 1644He was named as a headright on 20 September 1644 at Northampton Co, VA. A certificate was granted to Mrs. Bridgett Severne, widow, in right of her son John Severne [for] Bridgett Severne widow, John Severne, John Pott, Thomas Hatton, one Negro woman, one Negro child.9 
Livestock Sold*21 September 1644He sold livestock on 21 September 1644 at Northampton Co, VA. Be it known to all men by these present that I, John Pott, have sold & delivered unto Francis Goodman one brown cow with calf in consideration in hand received. Signed 21 September 1644 by Jno Pott. (NOTE: Included in the court records of 20 July 1648.)
Recorded right below the above record: I, Francis Goodman, do assign all my right, interest & title of this bill with all the privileges to Charles Sallett. Witness my hand this 17 Dec 1646.
Recorded right below the above record: I, Charles Sallett, do assign all my right & title of this bill of sale to Edward Harrington belonging unto mee Jno Pott by an assignment. Witness my had this 4 March 1646. Signed Charles [his mark] Sallett. Witt: Nath'l Hickman & Tho: Ashbrooke.
(NOTE: Also recorded with the above sales were the inventories of the estates of Jno & Peter Severne in their mother's hands (Mrs. Bridgett Charlton) dated 20 July 1648 and the sale by Steph: Charlton of a Negro child called Grace Susanna to Mr. Rich: Vaughan dated 19 Mar 1647, which was recorded 9 Dec 1648.)10 
Est Settm't B-in-law*7 January 1644/45He was named in the settlement of his brother-in-law's estate on 7 January 1644/45 at Northampton Co, VA. The deposition of Capt. William Roper, taken in open court, saith that John Severne died desire this deponent to bear witness that he was to give to his brother (meaning brother-in-law) John Pott one bed and one suit of clothes and all accounts to be cleared between them both which was in full satisfaction for his services and labor spent in the said Severnes employment.
Whereas it appears to the court by the affidavit of Capt. William Roper, high sheriff for Northampton County, that the state of John Severne, Chirurgion, dec'd, do owe and stand indebted unto John Pott for his wages, one bed and suit of apparel. Whereas if also appears by sufficient testimony that the said estate does owe and stand indebted unto the said John Pott, 800 lbs tobacco for a steer killed at the funeral of the said Severne. It is therefore ordered by this Court that Humphrey Price, attorney of Capt. Bridges Freeman, Admr of the said estate, shall in the first place satisfy and pay the said bed and suit of apparel unto the said John Pott being his wages, and also 800 lbs tobacco for funeral charges.11 
Est Settm't B-in-law28 January 1645He was named in the settlement of his brother-in-law's estate on 28 January 1645 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas John Pott hath formerly had an execution against the estate of John Severne, Chirurgion, dec'd, for his wages & funeral charges, which execution was executed upon his cows & a calf which were accordingly appraised and delivered unto the said John Pott, and further whereas the said cows & calf were pretended to have been formerly made over by the said Severne unto one Mr. Watkins, Admr of the said estate, for a debt. It is therefore ordered that the said execution shall be in full force to be served upon and part of the estate of the said Severne, whereupon it may be found within this county of Northampton, or to have, hold, posses, & enjoy the said cattle & their increase both make & female, provided the said Pott can justly make it appear that the said cattle do solely belong unto the said estate.12 
Servants obtn'd witt27 May 1645He witnessed a document where servants were obtained on 27 May 1645 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Thom: [his mark] Powell & John Pott witnessed an indenture wherein Capt. Francis Pott took into service two daughters (Elizabeth & Jane) of his Negro Emanuel Dregis.13 
Sold livestock witt27 May 1645He witnessed the sale of livestock on 27 May 1645 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that Tho: [his mark] Powell and John Pott witnessed the sale of one red cow calf from Francis Pott to his Negro man called Bashawe Fannando.14 
Jury duty*28 July 1645He served on a jury on 28 July 1645 at Northampton Co, VA. John Pott was on a jury on a suite between Capt. Phillip Taylor, gentleman, and John Morris, carpenter. He signed his name.15 
Livestock Sold21 December 1645He sold livestock on 21 December 1645 at Northampton Co, VA. Know all men by these presents, that I, John Pott, have bargained, sold, assigned and delivered unto Francis Goodman one brown cow with calf, crop't both ears and under halved on the right ear for and in consideration in hand received. To have and to hold the said cow with all her increase, both male and female, unto the said Francis Goodman. Signed John Pott. Witt: Edwyn Conaway & Roger Marshall.16 
Headright20 June 1646He was named as a headright on 20 June 1646 at Nassawadox Cr., Northampton Co, VA. Thomas Savedge was granted 50 acres at Naswattock Cr. for transporting 10 pers: Jno. Seaverne, Bridgett his wife, Jno. Severn Jr., Abra. Hargraves, Wm. Alleson, Wm. Stephens, Abra. Merifield, John Pott, Robert Satums & John Linch.17 
Court - name in stat10 October 1646He was named in a statement that was recorded in court records on 10 October 1646 at London, England. Letter from Francis Pott in London, to nephew John Pott in Northampton Co, VA (recorded in court records) -
To: Loving Cousin &c., nephew John Pott - I am in the saddest condition ever I was in, since I [illegible] man, by being disappointed of money that Mr. Nuthall promised me so faithfully at his going away from Accomack. Therefore, my request & advice unto you is that you provide for all things necessary for my people & plantation at the best hand you can, I being altogether unprovided to bring in supply; my Cousin Menefye have paid 116 pounds sterling for me; for which is bound over for her security my three Negroes, Manuell & his wife & Bashawe; with 16 of my best cattle; all which (if it come to be demanded) of you, I would have you immediately to deliver without any suite or contention they being first appraised: (or satisfaction to the value either in tobacco or any other goods or lands; that I have, reserving my said Negroes or what you can of them; for I had rather part with anything, or all that I have, besides, then with my Negroes; I hope that before my coming over, that I may compose the business into tobacco: or other ways which (if I should) I hope you & Mr. Cockitt will be careful to get in my debts of Mr. Whitby, Mr. Jones & others. I left all my bills with Mr. Wilkinson, minister, & Mr. Cockitt; I shall not need further to enlarge in this; but by your next ship you may either expect me (or more ample directions concerning all other matters.) Till then & ever while I remain your constant loving uncle, Francis Pott. Signed in London, 10 Oct 1646.
Read more - of my cousin Mrs. Mary Menefye, 4 pounds sterling which makes 120 to be paid as aforesaid. Witness my hand, recorded per me Francis Pott.18 
Sold Negroes11 November 1646He sold Negroes on 11 November 1646 at Northampton Co, VA. Memorandum that I, John Pott, the Assignee of Capt. Francis Pott, do assign & let to John, unto John Browne, his heirs, Extrs, Admrs, & Assignees, two Negro children, one male & the other female, named William & Prew, forever in consideration the said John Browne shall make payment unto Stephen Charlton to 2400 lbs tobacco for the use of said Capt. Francis Pott, without fraud or coven[?] and for confirmation of the sale I warrant the same from the claims or any person or persons whatsoever as witness my hand 11 November 1646. Signed John Pott. Witt: John Stringer & John Dorman.19 
Sold Negroes28 December 1646He sold Negroes on 28 December 1646 at Northampton Co, VA. John Pott, assigne of Capt Francis Pott, do by these presents sell & deliver unto John Browne two Negro children, the one male child of about three years old called William, the other a female about 5 years old, called Prew. Signed last day of Dec 1646, John Pott. Witt: John Stringer & Garrett Andrewes(?) (Anderson).20 
Court - gave release31 January 1647He issued a release on 31 January 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. John Pott (the lawful attorney of Capt. Francis Pott) do acquit, release, and discharge Stephen Charlton, his heirs, Extrs & Admrs from all manner of debts, suits, (-----) and accounts due from the said Stpehen Charlton unto the said Capt. Francis Pott from the beginning unto the day of the date here of. Signed the last day of January 1647, John Pott. Witt: Thos. Johnson.21 
Court - named in ord22 March 1646/47He was named in a court order on 22 March 1646/47 at Northampton Co, VA. Ordered that John Pott pay Argoll Yardley Esqr (attorney of Abraham Johnson) 375 lbs tobacco. And in case he cannot show cause to the contrary by the next Court, that then execution shall proceed.22 
Court - named in ord22 March 1646/47He was named in a court order on 22 March 1646/47 at Northampton Co, VA. Ordered that Luke Billington shall be satisfied the tobacco & corn due him for rent from John Pott (in case he show no cause to the contray by the next Court).23 
Livestock Sold6 May 1647He sold livestock on 6 May 1647 at Magothy Bay, Northampton Co, VA. John Pott, of Magottey Bay in N'hamp County, Gent, have bargained, sold & delivered unto John Johnson, the son of Andrew(sic) (Anthony) Johnson, of the aforesaid County, Negro, one cow calf aged about two months, colored black, marked . . . I do hereby acknowledg to hav received good payment and do bind my self to make lawfull sale thereof. Signed 6 May 1647 by John Pott.24 
Deposition named in30 August 1647He was named in a deposition on 30 August 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. The deposition of Rich: Hill, taken in open court, saith that in July, was twelve months, Mr. Edm: Scarburgh (having occasion to go to Dunn) borrowed a mare of Mr. Jno Pottes; the said Mr. Scarburgh rod upon his own horse, and this deponent rod upon Mr. Pottes mare, and we rod but at a foot pace backward & forward only the plain path between Dunn & Piminoe, we rode at a hand gallop. And when we came home we walked the mare half an hour & better (to the best of our judgment) the mare was then well. Furthermore this Deponent saith that when the mare was brought home & turned out, she hung down her head & would not feed. Signed Rich: Hill.25 
Court - namd in suit30 August 1647He was named in a lawsuit on 30 August 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. Upon a suite commenced between Jno Pott (Attor. of Capt Franc. Pott) against Mr. Edmund Scarburgh; And by the said Scarburgh against Jno Robins(sic) (Roberts) concerning a mare of the said Capt. Pottes (which was supposed to be killed by Jno Robins(sic) (Roberts) who borrowed the said mare of Mr. Edm: Scarburgh) which was before lent to the said Scarburgh by the said Jno Pott; The jury having found the matter of fact in occasioning the death of said mare to be occasioned by the said Jno Robertes his overburdening her (according to good evidence produced to them) The Court doth therefore order (according to the finding of the jury) that the said Mr. Edm: Scarburgh shall pay Jno Pott (the attorney of Capt Francis Pott) for the said mare; and Jno Roberts shall pay the said Mr. Scarburgh for the said mare (so much as he shall pay the said Pott for the mare.26 
Court - testified28 December 1647He testified in court on 28 December 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. Mr. Jno Pott confessed in open Court that he had received 1,800 lbs tobacco (which is allowed by this Court as full satisfaction for the mare formerly in question belonging to Capt Francis Pott directed to be paid by a precedent order).27 
Court - named in ord28 December 1647He was named in a court order on 28 December 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. Ordered by the Court that a Judgment be entered & execution shall proceed against Mr. Anth: Hoskins for 800 lbs tobacc due Mr. Jno Pott (Attorney of Capt. Francis Pott) (in case the said Mr. Hoskins shall not show a sufficient provision in law to the contrary by the next court.)28 
Jury duty29 December 1647He served on a jury on 29 December 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Mr. Jno. Pott.29 
Court - named in ord1 February 1647/48He was named in a court order on 1 February 1647/48 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas Jno Pott (Attorney of Capt Francis Pott) has petitioned this court for judgment upon an order granted last court against Antho: Hoskins for 800 lbs tobacco (in case of a "nihill dicit") and for as much as Hoskins has made his personal appearance this present court and by the attestation of Mr. Steph: Charlton has made manifest that the 800 lbs tobacco (now claimed by the said Jno Pott) for which order (as aforesaid) granted in December Court last was for so much paid to Capt Pott (for the use of Mr. William Whitby and by the said Whitby's appointment) it is therefore thought fit & ordered that Execution shall be "respited" until a certificate shall be procured by the said Hoskins (concerning the cause in question from Elizabeth City County Court.)30
 
Court - named in ord28 August 1648He was named in a court order on 28 August 1648 at Northampton Co, VA. (According to an order formerly granted) It is thought fit & by this present Court ordered (at the request of Jno Pott) that the execution against the said Jno Pott's estate (at the suite of Luke Billington) be suspended & the cattle seized remain in the sheriff's custody until a legal trial shall further determine the same.31 
Jury duty28 August 1648He served on a jury on 28 August 1648 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Jno Pott.32 
Court - referred to6 November 1648He's case was referred to the next court on 6 November 1648 at Northampton Co, VA. The difference depending between Jno Pott & Luke Billington (at the request of the said Pott) is referred to the Court holden for this county and that then a rehearing of the cause may be had.33 
Deposition named in8 January 1648/49He was named in a deposition on 8 January 1648/49 at Northampton Co, VA. Jno Foster saith that about 28 January 1645, Luke Billington spoke to me at Jno Badhams house for to be upon an Arbitration between him & Jno Potts & I promissed him I would. The said Billingam giving me notice when to come. Witt: Argoll Yardley & Wm. Roper.34 
Deposition named in8 January 1648/49He was named in a deposition on 8 January 1648/49 at Northampton Co, VA. Tho: Dimor saith that Jno Potts did desire this deponent would be one of the arbitrators between him & Luke Billington (about a controversie at present between the said Pott & Billington concerning a plantation Wm Berry did live upon). Signed Tho: [his mark] Dimor.34 
Court - named in ord29 November 1649He was named in a court order on 29 November 1649 at Northampton Co, VA. Ordered that Edward Blacklocke shall forthwith make payment unto Jno Potts 940 lbs tobacco. The differance depending between Edw: Blacklocke plt. and Jno Pott dft. is referred to the next court.35 
Court - named in ord18 December 1649He was named in a court order on 18 December 1649 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas it appears to the Court by sufficient evidence that John Pott has not performed the bargain (now in question between him and Edward Blacklocke.) And it is further manifested that the said Blacklocke is damnified in the said bargain upon consideration of the premises, it is the opinion of the Court and thought fit that Jno Pott shall forthwith make payment unto the said Edw: Blacklocke 150 lbs tobacco for charges and damages and acquit Blacklocke of the tobacco which he is bound to pay him for rent. And this to be the period of the suit.36 
Deed of Gift - Named20 May 1650He was named in a deed of gift on 20 May 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. John Parramore gave a gift of cattle to Thomas Hunt and wife Joan (his mother-in-law), Richard Hill (husband of his wife's sister Mary Drake) and John Potts for his (Parramore's) children Thomas, John and Elizabeth, their mother being death.37 
Deed of Gift - Rec'd*3 June 1650He received by deed of gift on 3 June 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that John Parramore gave a gift of cattle to Thomas Hunt and wife Joan (his mother-in-law), Richard Hill (husband of his wife's sister Mary Drake) and John Potts for his (Parramore's) children Thomas, John and Elizabeth, their mother being death.38,39 
Deposition named in31 December 1650He was named in a deposition on 31 December 1650 at Northampton Co, VA. Randall Revell saith that after a "breeife" was out for Daniel Dale concerning the burning of his house, John Parramore came to this deponent and demanded some relief towards the said loss by fire, whereupon this Examinant inquired how the house came to be fired. Then Jno Parramore replied that Jno Pott took three or 4 sticks of lightwood (with fire in them) and holding them up set the house on fire. Signed Randall Revell. Recorded January 1650/51.40 
Court - named in ord8 January 1650/51He was named in a court order on 8 January 1650/51 at Northampton Co, VA. Order by the Court (in the case of a "nihil dicit" next Court) that David Dale shall forthwith make payment unto Mr. Jno Pott (the tobacco he shall justly make that is due unto him) with Court charges.41 
Deposition named in27 February 1650/51He was named in a deposition on 27 February 1650/51 at Northampton Co, VA. John Dolling, saith the day after David Dales house was burnt, I demanded of John Parramore how it came to be set on fire, he answered me that John Pott came to the table with a handful of light wood burning and carefully set the English corn (in stand) on fire, although he had been warned careful of casing light wood so near the corn.42 
Oath to England*30 March 1651He took the oath of allegiance to hereby engage and promise to be true and faithful to the Commonwealth of England as it is now established without King or House of Lords on 30 March 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as John Pott.43 
Witnessed a document*8 October 1651John witnesed a document that was recorded in court records on 8 October 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that John James & John Pott witnessed a document wherein Richard Vaughan did agree to pay John Willyames, employed by him upon building of housing where fore I am indebted to him for 950 lbs tobacco. Vaughan's brother (brother-in-law) Steph. Charleton specified that John Williams did promise to pay the same to Charlton, after the finishing of the work. Signed Rich. Vaughan.44 
Court - named in ord29 October 1651He was named in a court order on 29 October 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. In the case of Davis Dale plt. and Mr. John Pott deft., it is ordered that Mr. John Pott make payment to David Dale of 10 lbs tobacco for damages and David Dale pay court charges.45 
Court - named in ord29 December 1651He was named in a court order on 29 December 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. Where as Phillip Mathews, showmaker (upon the complaint of Mr. John Pott for shooting of his horse) was considered and fined by the commissioners the sum of 500 lbs tobacco, to be emloyed for the public use.46 
Court - named in ordJanuary 1651/52He was named in a court order in January 1651/52 at Northampton Co, VA. It appears to the court that John Pott of this county hath paid unto Mr. John Edwards of James City County for the use of David Dale planter, 1,000 lbs of tobacco (which was satisfied 2 years since). Its therefore ordered that the said David Dale shall pay to the said John Pott 1,000 lb tobacco with 2 years interest and court charges.47 
Deposition24 May 1652He gave a deposition on 24 May 1652 at Northampton Co, VA. The deposition of Mr. John Pott, sworn and examined 24 May 1652 saith: That about the 20th of April 1646 Capt. Francis Pott, being then going for England) sold a negro woman unto my brother Steph. Charlton called Merchant, and a Negro boy called William and passed a bill of sale for the same, under his own hand and left the bill of sale with my brother Charlton and the said Negro woman in the possession of this deponent within a short time after my uncle Capt. Pott, his displeasure, my brother Charlton came unto me and demanded the said Negro woman, about a month or two after the Negro woman ran away from my brother Charlton and came again unto me, and being in my possession, I wrote a letter to my said Uncle Pott (then in England) to aquatint him that I had sold two Negro children unto Mr. John Browne of Northampton County, to pay my said brother Charlton the tobacco my uncle stood engaged to him (as may appear) within a short time after this deponent wrote the letter, the aforesaid Negro woman ran away from him (the Deponent) unto Mr. Charlton, presently upon the same, this deponent came to his brother Charlton and demanded the said Negro woman (or Capt. Francis Pott his bond) Mr. Charlton then answered that it was indifferent to him (or words to that purpose) whether he had the Negro woman (or tobacco presently) upon his answer, this deponent went to the Negro woman and asked her whether she would go and live with him (the Deponent) or stay with his brother Charlton, she answered she would not go with the deponent. She would stay where she was, where upon immediately after, this deponent told Mr. Charlton her answer upon which my brother said that (if she would stay) he would deliver this deponent up my said uncle's bond, and did so, since which time the said Negro woman hath lived with this deponent's brother Charlton. Further saith that discharges were passed and all charges paid between us. Signed John Pott.3 
Bought Negro*28 December 1652He bought a Negro on 28 December 1652 at Northampton Co, VA. William Whittington of Northampton, Gent., sold unto John Pott of said county, Gent., one Negro girl named Jowan, aged about 10 years and with her issue and produce during her (or either of them) for their lifetime and their succesors forever. Signed 28 Dec 1652 by Wm. Whittington in the presents of Steph. Charlton & John Custis. Recorded 22 Feb 1652/53.48 
Court - name in stat*29 December 1652He was named in a statement that was recorded in court records on 29 December 1652 at Northampton Co, VA. Upon the part of Mr. John Browne, Capt. Steph. Charlton (in open court) hath this day disclaimed any claim, interest or relation unto a boy (now in the said Mr. Browne, his possession, bought of Mr. John Pott, attorney of Capt. Francis Pott and the question therein is cleared from any controversy that may here after arise by or from the said Capt. Charlton, his heirs or successors, and the sale of the said Negro is sufficient and effectual in the law, is hereby signified in open court to be expressed upon record for posterity to peruse (as occasion may require).49 
Court - named in ord*1 March 1652/53He was named in a court order on 1 March 1652/53 at Northampton Co, VA. Ordered that Mr. John Pott shall pay John Parramore the tobacco he shall make appearance upon demand, before Capt. Edward Douglas per special due 969 lbs tobacco with court charges. It is likewise thought fit and ordered that John Parramore make payment and delivery unto the said Mr. John Pott, with court charge.50 
Court - named in ord2 January 1653/54He was named in a court order on 2 January 1653/54 at Northampton Co, VA. Ordered that Mr. John Pott make payment unto Capt. Steph. Charlton 2,650 lbs tobacco and cask (due per spec) with court charges. Its likewise thought fit and ordered that (according to act of assembly) the said John Pott shall discount the tobacco he shall make appearance already paid (upon the said bill) between this and the next court, that the remainder may be paid with in 27 days.51 
Marriage*before 1655He married Elizabeth (-----) before 1655 at Northampton Co, VA.52,53 
Moved to*circa 1655John Pott Gent. (nephew of Francis & bro of Bridget) moved circa 1655 to Calvert Co, MD. John Pott, immigrated circa 1655, as a free adult with wife and one servant from Virginia. He resided in Calvert County. He was possibly the nephew of Capt. Francis Pott of Virginia and Dr. John Pott, governor of Virginia, 1628. He married first by 1655, Elizabeth. Married second, Hannah, who subsequently married Richard Edwards. Children: son John & daughter Bridget, who married Daniel Cunningham. He was probably the John Pott Jr., who was transported to Virginia in 1653 by Capt. Francis Pott and was called "of Golden Quarter, Virginia" (the home of Francis Pott) in 1655. He was in the Parliamentary Commission, 1655-1657/58. He was a justice, Provincial Court, 1655-1657/58..53 
Power of Atty gave*2 September 1657He gave power of attorney on 2 September 1657 at Northampton Co, VA. This 2nd of Sept 1657, I, Jno Pott, do by these presents authorize my very loving friend, Mr. Wm. Johnson, my true & lawfull attorney, to demand & receive all debts due to me from Major Peter Walker dec'd, his estate, and what he my said attorney shall lawfully do in this, I do ratify & confirm, as if I were presoally present. Signed: Jno Pott. Recorded 24 Sept 1657 in N'hamp Co by Edm: Mathews, Clerk of Court.54 
Will - Uncle's*5 August 1658John was named in his uncle's will on 5 August 1658 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Fran Pott named dear friend and my entirely loved wife: Having taken a sudden resolution to go over the Bay about some urgent occasions and having travelled near 38 years to my long home, and knowing nothing to the contrary but that I may arrive there before my return to you again, and at this time I have not so much leisure as to make so formal a will and testament as I could desire. Therefore dear friend you must rest content with this, viz., To my nephew John Pot and my two kinsmen and second nephews John and Peter Severn all my lands contained in 2 patents, one for 1500 A. and the other for 1000 A. To my cousin (Capt.) Henry Perry and his wife my dear friend Mrs. Elizabeth Perry £3 sterling. He to take notice that I own him 80#t and Mrs. Aston his neighbor owes me 500#t by order of Westefer Court record. To my godsons and goddaus., viz., Argoll Yardley and my godson Bishop on the other side of the Bay. To those whom I should remember at home in England 1000#t. To my countryman John Allen a mare colt. To my neighbors Christopher Dixon and his wife. To my three sisters Mary, Catherine and Bridget £10 each, and if any of them should be dead then to the survivors. To Mrs. Elizabeth Ely one hogshead of tob. To my wife (no name) all my land in Magattbay, viz., Golden Quarter and the lands bought of Mr. Edmon Scarburgh and 1000 A. at Mockon. My neighbors John Allen and Christopher Dixon to oversee. Witt: George Smith, Peter Severn. (Note: Susanna the extrx. and relict of (Capt.) Francis Pott married (Lt. Col.) William Kendall.)55 
Power of Atty gave1 October 1660He gave power of attorney on 1 October 1660 at Patuxent, Calvert Co, MD. Know all men by these presents, that I, John Pott, of Potuxon in the province of Maryland, have constituted, ordained & deputed & do by these presents, constitute, ordain & make John Severne of Accomack my true & lawful attorney giving him full power & authority to act, sue or implead according to order from me received & to recover any debts, give acquittances & discharges and whatsoever my said attorney doth Act or do or cause to be acted or done in my behalf to stand as firm and sure as if I myself personally acted. In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 1 October 1660. Signed John Pott (seal). Witt: Wm. Kendall & Jno Ferebee. Recorded 15 May 1661.56 
Est Settm't Nephew's*27 June 1665He was named in the settlement of his nephew's estate on 27 June 1665 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas it appears to the Court that John Severne, dec'd, upon the receipt of 5,000 lbs tobacco paid him by Lt. Col. Will: Kendall, the said Severne passed bond to the said Lt. Col. Kendall to procure sufficient discharges from John Pott & Peter Severne for all & singular matters or causes any ways due from their Uncle Capt. Francis Pott, dec'd, and whereas there is now procured from John Pott, it is ordered that Lt. Col. Kendall, now the Admr of the said Severne's estate, shall reserve in this hands 1,666 lbs tobacco and caske of the estate of the said John Severne in the xt [?] place whereby to make payment of it to the said John Pott in case he will receive it.57 
Est Settm't Nephew's28 December 1665He was named in the settlement of his nephew's estate on 28 December 1665 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas Lt. Col. Will: Kendall hath formerly had commission of administration granted to him from the court upon the estate of John Severne, dec'd, in the behalf of Jane Severne, orphan of the said John Severne, & hath since paid beyond assets 164 lbs tobacco & cask as per his account upon record, appears & he petitions for his "Quietus est" from the Court, it is accordingly granted, provided that the order, which the said Kendall procured in the behalf of John Potts for 1,666 lbs tobacco & cask be paid him, otherwise to be responsible for it to the orphan of the said John Severne, and that his bond for performance of administration be delivered him, upon he paying court charges.58 
Court - named in ord5 November 1667He was named in a court order on 5 November 1667 at Northampton Co, VA. In the difference depending between Mr. John Pott plt. & Mr. Arthur Uppshott deft., upon the refusal of the said Mr. John Pott to take the Oath of Allegiance & Supremacy before enjoining of the issue, upon the petition of the said Mr. Uppshott; it is ordered that the said Pott be Nonsuited & pay court charges. (NOTE: Evidently he was now a Quaker.)59 
Court - namd in suit*16 December 1667He was named in a lawsuit on 16 December 1667 at Northampton Co, VA. The suit brough against Arthur Upshott by John Pott of Maryland was dropped because Pott failed to prosecute. Pott paid court costs. The suit brought against John Smith by John Pott of Maryland was dropped because Pott failed to prosecute. Pott paid court costs. (Since Col. Scarburgh left the court for this case, he evidently had some relationship with this John Pott.)60 
Deposition named in*17 December 1667He was named in a deposition on 17 December 1667 at Northampton Co, VA. At the request of Lt. Col. Kendall, John Wise swore that John Pott had been in Accomack County three times since the year 1661. Signed by John Wise on 16 December, before Robt. Hutchinson.61 
Will - Nephew's*13 January 1667/68John was named in his nephew's will on 13 January 1667/68 at Patuxent River, Calvert Co, MD. He was shown as Uncle John Pott and named Extr in the will of Peter Severn of Patuxent River in Calvert County, MD.62 
Marriage*circa 1670He married Hannah (-----) circa 1670 at Calvert Co, MD.63 
Will*9 April 1675John made a will on 9 April 1675 at Calvert Co, MD. In his will John Pott gave to daughter Bridget and heirs, 200 acres, part of "Mt. Pleasant." To wife Hanna, Extrx, residue of "Mt. Pleasant" during life; to descend to son John at death of wife aforesaid. To son John, land on south side Spring Branch and all estate not in this province. Childrent to be of age at 18 years or marriage. Overseers: Nath. Truman, Tobias Norton & Geo. Lingan. Witt: Nich. Terrett, James Williams, Francis Swinfem.63 
Death*before 4 July 1676He died before 4 July 1676 at Calvert Co, MD. It was on this date that his will was proved.63 
Est settm't*24 July 1676His estate was settled on 24 July 1676 at Calvert Co, MD. Settlement of estate of John Pott - Appraisers: Ninean Beall & James William.64 
Est settm't23 June 1677His estate was settled on 23 June 1677 at Calvert Co, MD. Settlement of estate of John Pot - Payments to; John Welch, Thomas Cosden, Tobias Norton for Richard Smith, George Parker for Thomas & Samuel Hedge, James Williams, Francis Collier who married relict & Extrx of Dr. Francis Swanston, Daniel Golstone. Extrx: Hannah Edwards (relict).65 
Land surveyed*8 October 1677He's land was surveyed on 8 October 1677 at Mr. Pleasant, Calvert Co, MD. When, sometime in 1676, John Pott of Calvert County died, he left a daughter Bridget and a wife Hannah. Whether Hannah was the mother of Bridget is not known. As to property, he left a tract of land known as Mt. Pleasant, and in his will he gave 200 acres of it to daughter Bridget and the remainder to his wife for her life. Widow Hannah promptly married Richard Edwards, and daughter Bridget married Daniel Cunningham. Because it was not possible to draw the line amicably, Cunningham demised his wife's part of the land to Ninian Beall for three years. On the same day on which Beall entered into the land by virtue of his lease, James More also entered and ejected The new leaseholder. Whereupon Beall sued More for 40,000 pounds of tobacco. On October 8, 1677, the Court, in the usual way, ordered that Edwards and his wife, who had been Hannah Pott, be admitted defendants, and ordered also that there be a survey made, with a plot and certificate. On February 14, 1677/8 Charles Boteler, surveyor for Calvert County, told the Court that he had gone upon the land as he was ordered to do, and that he “could not finde any bounded or lined tree of the same land or other known marke to begin the Survey upon, so that the same land I could not Resurvey nor the lines thereof runn out as by the same order I was comanded.”. At the suggestion of Christopher Rousby, Cunningham's attorney, made in the presence of George Parker, Edwards's attorney, the Court ordered Surveyor Boteler, “to lay out that tract of land which lyes next above the land in question formerly Surveyed for John Pott before the tract in question [Mt. Pleasant] was Surveyed, that the bounds of the land in question may be found out” and so that the Court could do “what to Justice shall appertaine” (post, 234-236). June 11, 1678 Boteler made his second return. By running one line he had been able to find the be ginning point for Mt. Pleasant, and to lay out its courses. He said that the northern part contained 200 acres, which is the amount John Pott had given his daughter, and that it included fifteen acres of cleared land now occupied by Edwards, but that it did not include any of the houses belonging to Mt. Pleasant. The Court ordered that the parties hold their tracts of land according to Boteler's plot, and that each party pay his own charges. In some of these land cases the phrase “as to Justice apperteineth”, is not used, but it seems clear that the Court, in considering all of them, was moved by that equitable desire.66 
Est settm't17 March 1681His estate was settled on 17 March 1681 at Calvert Co, MD. Settlement of estate of John Dott(sic) - Payments to: Mr. Robert Carvile, attorney for Daniel Jenifer, Mr. Christopher Rousby, Mr. John Abington, Mr. James Cranford. Extrx: Hannah Edwards (relict), wife of Richard Edwards.67 

Family 1

Elizabeth (-----) b. c 1635, d. c 1670
Marriage*before 1655He married Elizabeth (-----) before 1655 at Northampton Co, VA.52,53 
Children 1.Bridget (of Jno) Pott52 b. c 1658
 2.John (of Jno) Pott63 b. c 1660

Family 2

Hannah (-----) b. c 1640
Marriage*circa 1670John Pott Gent. (nephew of Francis & bro of Bridget) married Hannah (-----) circa 1670 at Calvert Co, MD.63 

Citations

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  5. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 50 (land certificate to John Seaverne Chirurgion).
  6. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 59-60 (11 Jany 1640/41 court).
  7. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 354 (23 Feb 1643/44 Court).
  8. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 191 (29 Aug 1642 Court).
  9. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 381 (20 Sep 1644 Court).
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  14. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 162.
  15. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 451 & 452 (28 July 1645 Court).
  16. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 461.
  17. [S893] Complier Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666, Vol I, p. 171.
  18. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 182 (letter to nephew John Pott in N'hamp VA from his uncle Francis Pott to manage his estate).
  19. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 105 (11 Nov 1646 Court).
  20. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 116.
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  25. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 208 (30 Aug 1647 Court).
  26. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 211 (30 Aug 1647 Court).
  27. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 234 (28 Dec 1647 Court).
  28. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 236 (28 Dec 1647 Court).
  29. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 187.
  30. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 241 (1 Feb 1647/48 Court).
  31. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 292 (28 Aug 1648 Court).
  32. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 291 (28 Aug 1648 Court).
  33. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 302 (6 Nov 1648 Court).
  34. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 319 (8 Jan 1648/49 Court).
  35. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 368 (29 Nov 1649 Court).
  36. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 377 (18 Dec 1649 Court).
  37. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 26 (20 May 1650 & 3 Jun 1650).
  38. [S888] John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5, p. 777, Footnote#17 (Parramore Family).
  39. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 26.
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  42. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 63 (27 Feb 1650/51).
  43. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 34 (oath to England).
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  45. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 45 (29 Oct 1651).
  46. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 57 (29 Dec 1651).
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  50. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 142 (1 Mar 1652/53 Court).
  51. [S2257] Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton Co, VA, Bk 04, Orders, Deeds & Wills, 1651-1654, p. 184 (2 Jan 1653/54 Court).
  52. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 39 (will of William Burk).
  53. [S2580] Edward C. Papenfuse & Alan F. Day & David W. Jordan & Gregory A. Stiverson, A Biographical Disctionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789, Volume 2: I-Z, Vol 426, Page 656, John Pott (?-1676).
  54. [S2136] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 06 & 7-8, 1655-1657(sic) 1668, p. 167-168 (2 Sep 1657).
  55. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 58 (will of Fran Pott, wife Susanna).
  56. [S2137] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 07, 1657-1666, p. 128 (1 Oct 1660).
  57. [S974] Dr. Howard Mackey & Marlene A. Groves, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 09, 1664-1674, p. 23 (record right after the inventory of John Severne).
  58. [S974] Dr. Howard Mackey & Marlene A. Groves, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 09, 1664-1674, p. 67 (28 Dec 1665 Court).
  59. [S974] Dr. Howard Mackey & Marlene A. Groves, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 09, 1664-1674, p. 138 (5 Nov 1667 Court).
  60. [S697] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1666-1670, Volume 2, p. 70 (16 Dec 1667 Court).
  61. [S697] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1666-1670, Volume 2, p. 77 (17 Dec 1667 Court).
  62. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 3 (will of Peter Severn of Calvert Co, MD).
  63. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 172 (will of John Pott, wife Hanna).
  64. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Prerogative Court Abstracts, 1674-1678, p. 32 (Estate of John Pott, Appraisers named).
  65. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Prerogative Court Abstracts, 1674-1678, p. 43 (Estate of John Pot).
  66. [S3113] Proceeding of the Provinical Court 1677-1678, Vol. 67, Vol 67, preface 23
    http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000067/html/…
  67. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Prerogative Court Abstracts, 1679-1686, p. 37, settlement of John Dott(sic).

Abraham Merifeild1

M, b. circa 1610
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1610Abraham Merifeild was born circa 1610 at England.1 
Headright*23 November 1640He was named as a headright on 23 November 1640 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas John Seaverne Chirurgion made it appear to this Court that 300 acres is due for his personal adventure and for the transportation of the following: Bridgett Seaverne, John Seaverne Junior, William Stephens, Abraham Merifeild and John Pott.1 

Citations

  1. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 50 (land certificate to John Seaverne Chirurgion).

William Stevens Senr (Stephens)1,2

M, b. circa 1615
Last Edited5 Mar 2021
Birth*circa 1615William Stevens Senr (Stephens) was born circa 1615 at England.1,3 
Headright11 June 1635He was named as a headright on 11 June 1635 at James City Co, VA. Mr. Jerimiah Clement was granted 500 acres E. upon land formerly in his possesson & N. upon James River. 50 acres for the personal adventure of his wife Edey Clements & 450 acres for transportating 9 persons: John Clement, John Giles, John Dawtres, Christopher Abbott, Henry Thompson, John Taylor, Tho. Ashly (or Ashby), Wm. Stevens, Wm. Winter, Nathaniel Eaton. Renewed by Sir John Harvey in the name of the patentee. Witt: Tho. Cooke, Clerk.3 
Headright*23 November 1640He was named as a headright on 23 November 1640 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas John Seaverne Chirurgion made it appear to this Court that 300 acres is due for his personal adventure and for the transportation of the following: Bridgett Seaverne, John Seaverne Junior, William Stephens, Abraham Merifeild and John Pott.1 
Headright29 August 1642He was named as a headright on 29 August 1642 at Northampton Co, VA. A certificate was granted unto Thomas Savage Carpenter [for] John Seaverne, Bridgett his wife, John Seaverne Jr., William Stevens, Robert Sattmus, Abraham Merified, John Pott, Abraham Bargraves[?], William Alleson & John Luck[?].4 
Will - Mentioned in*10 February 1646/47William was mentioned in a will on 10 February 1646/47 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Edward Ginkins directed all his debts in Northampton County to be satisfied, viz., to Mr. William Burwell 100#t, to Mr. Stringer 100#t, to William Stanley 10#t, to William Munns for 3 months work, to Jeffrey Minshall 40#t, and to John Peniwell one heyfer. Debts due to me from Thomas Savidge, from Thomas Dymor, from my brother Pettit two barrels of corne one of which I give to my brother Pettit and the other to John Savidge, from William Stephens as much kersey as will make a pair of mittens to be made for me by the said Jeffery. There is one heyfer of mine in John Little's field, and another in Savidge his neck. To Edward Daniel one pair of shoes and stockings. Remaining estate to William Burwell, Gent. Witt: John Prittyman, James Redwood.5 
Court - named in ord*20 November 1655He was named in a court order on 20 November 1655 at Northampton Co, VA. Ordered that attachment shall proceed at the suit of Wm. Stephens Senr against the estate of Jno Markeham for 560 lbs tobacco.2 

Citations

  1. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 50 (land certificate to John Seaverne Chirurgion).
  2. [S2136] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 06 & 7-8, 1655-1657(sic) 1668, p. 21 (20 Nov 1655 Court).
  3. [S893] Complier Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666, Vol I, p. 28 (Mr. Jerimiah Clement for 500 acres).
  4. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 191 (29 Aug 1642 Court).
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 19 (will of Edward Ginkins).

Peter Severn1

M, b. circa 1636, d. before 7 November 1668
FatherDr. John Severn1 b. c 1610, d. b 4 Jul 1643
MotherBridget (neice of Francis) Pott1 b. c 1615, d. c 1650
Last Edited7 Mar 2021
Birth*circa 1636Peter Severn was born circa 1636 at Northampton Co, VA.1,2 
Deed of Gift - Rec'd*14 September 1644He received by deed of gift on 14 September 1644 at Northampton Co, VA. John Pott of N'hamp County, Gentlemen, gave his nephew Peter Severne the younger son of John Severne Chirurgion dec'd, unto his mother Bridgett Severne, widow, for the use of the said Peter Severne one cow calf and it to remain in the possession of Bridgett until Peter comes to age 21, and if he is dec'd before age 21, then to John Severn, brother of the said Peter.3 
Land pat named in*22 July 1645He was named in a land patent on 22 July 1645 at tract N70, Hungars Creek, Northampton Co, VA. John Severne was granted 500 acres of this tract, at Hungars Cr., adjoining Richard Smith. Formerly granted to Mr. Edwin Connaway, clerk, on 8 Oct 1644 & assigned by him. According to Whitelaw, it was assigned to Mrs. Bridgett Charleton for the use of her child John Severne, to be seated and possession to be delivered when he shall come to the age of 18 years. Mrs. Charlton previously had been the widow of Dr. John Severne; her maiden name was Pott, and she was a sister of Francis Pott (N5). There were two Severn sons, John and Peter, the elder, John, being concerned with this land, while Peter later moved to Patuxent River in Calvert County, MD, where he died without issue and his will was written in 1668.4 
Est inv filed*20 July 1648He's inventory was recorded on 20 July 1648 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that the estate of Peter Severne, which is in his mother's hands (Mrs. Bridgett Charlton), included: 3 cows & 1 heifer. Signed Mrs. Bridgett [her mark] Charlton.5 
Will - GrUncle's*5 August 1658Peter was named in his great-uncle's will on 5 August 1658 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Fran Pott named dear friend and my entirely loved wife: Having taken a sudden resolution to go over the Bay about some urgent occasions and having travelled near 38 years to my long home, and knowing nothing to the contrary but that I may arrive there before my return to you again, and at this time I have not so much leisure as to make so formal a will and testament as I could desire. Therefore dear friend you must rest content with this, viz., To my nephew John Pot and my two kinsmen and second nephews John and Peter Severn all my lands contained in 2 patents, one for 1500 A. and the other for 1000 A. To my cousin (Capt.) Henry Perry and his wife my dear friend Mrs. Elizabeth Perry £3 sterling. He to take notice that I own him 80#t and Mrs. Aston his neighbor owes me 500#t by order of Westefer Court record. To my godsons and goddaus., viz., Argoll Yardley and my godson Bishop on the other side of the Bay. To those whom I should remember at home in England 1000#t. To my countryman John Allen a mare colt. To my neighbors Christopher Dixon and his wife. To my three sisters Mary, Catherine and Bridget £10 each, and if any of them should be dead then to the survivors. To Mrs. Elizabeth Ely one hogshead of tob. To my wife (no name) all my land in Magattbay, viz., Golden Quarter and the lands bought of Mr. Edmon Scarburgh and 1000 A. at Mockon. My neighbors John Allen and Christopher Dixon to oversee. Witt: George Smith, Peter Severn. (Note: Susanna the extrx. and relict of (Capt.) Francis Pott married (Lt. Col.) William Kendall.)6 
Deposition*28 October 1658He gave a deposition on 28 October 1658 at Northampton Co, VA. George Smith, aged about 25 years, sworn & examined in open court, saith about 2 months since, Capt. Francis Pott showed your deponent a writting which he said was his will and desired me to put my [signature] to the said will for being to go up to the house of John Wise about business and the time there was clammer about the Indians. The said Capt. Pott said he did not know how God Amighty might deal with him, to which he said will your deponent [and he] did subscribe his name as a witness thereunto as did appear this day in court the said will underwritten in the deponent's sight and Peter Severnes. Capt. Francis Pott did him self deliver the said will unto Mrs. Susanna Pott, his wife, into her own hands and said these words, here wife or friend I give you this my will to keep.
Peter Severne, also sworn & examined on the same day, declareth and sayeth he well remembered each thing sworn to by George Smith to be true.2 
Tithable list*1664He was on the list of tithables at Northampton Co, VA, in 1664. John Sevorne & Peter Sevorne were listed next to each other and next to John ffarthing. None of them shown with any tithables. Right below them was Nich Barnes with 4 tithables.7 
Est Settm't Bro's*27 June 1665He was named in the settlement of his brother's estate on 27 June 1665 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas it appears to the Court that John Severne, dec'd, upon the receipt of 5,000 lbs tobacco paid him by Lt. Col. Will: Kendall, the said Severne passed bond to the said Lt. Col. Kendall to procure sufficient discharges from John Pott & Peter Severne for all & singular matters or causes any ways due from their Uncle Capt. Francis Pott, dec'd, and whereas there is now procured from John Pott, it is ordered that Lt. Col. Kendall, now the Admr of the said Severne's estate, shall reserve in this hands 1,666 lbs tobacco and caske of the estate of the said John Severne in the xt [?] place whereby to make payment of it to the said John Pott in case he will receive it.8 
Court - named in ord*28 March 1667He was named in a court order on 28 March 1667 at Northampton Co, VA. Upon the petition of Wll: Mellinge against Peter Severne for 230 lbs tobacco & cask & after being returned by the Sheriff non est inventus [?], it is ordered that attachment be granted against the estate of the said Peter Severne for the said 230 lbs tobacco & cask & court chartes.9 
Court - named in ord28 October 1667He was named in a court order on 28 October 1667 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas Lt. Col. Will: Kendall entered an Action against Peter Severne for 464 lbs tobacco & cask, & being returned by the Sheriff Non est Inventus, upon the petition of the said Lt. Col. Will: Kendall, order is granted for an attachment against the estate of the said Peter Severne for 464 lbs tobacco & cask & court chargers.10 
Court - named in ord28 October 1667He was named in a court order on 28 October 1667 at Northampton Co, VA. Whereas at a court held 28 March 1667 Wm Mellinge procured an order for attachment against the estate of Peter Severne for 230 lbs tobacco & cask with court charges upon which order attachment issued out against the said Severne's estate & according to law was returned to this court of goods of the said Severn's attached in the hands of Mathew Gethings as should make satisfaction for the said 230 lbs tobacco & cask & charges of court, & the said Will: Mellinge having made his debt justly appear to be due, petitioning to this court that execution may be granted unto him upon the said estate upon such goods as are attached in the hands of the said Gethings, whereby he may receive satisfaction for his said debt with charges; It is therefore ordered that execution be granted unto the said Wm. Mellinge for 230 lbs tobacco & cask with charges of court.11 
Will*13 January 1667/68Peter made a will on 13 January 1667/68 at Patuxent River, Calvert Co, MD. He was shown as Peter Severn, of Patuxent River in Calvert County, Md. - To Arthur Ludford & Tobias Norton for drawing will, witnessing same &c. To John Holshott. Jane Severn residual legatee - Uncle John Pott Ex'r. Witt: Arthur Loudford, Tobias Norton.12 
Death*before 7 November 1668He died before 7 November 1668 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was probated.12 

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 397 (tract N70).
  2. [S2105] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 08, 1657-1664, p. 54 (28 Oct 1658).
  3. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 293 (gift from John Pott to nephew Peter Severne).
  4. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 396 (tract N70).
  5. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 288 (20 Jul 1648 Court).
  6. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 58 (will of Fran Pott, wife Susanna).
  7. [S2105] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 08, 1657-1664, p. 358 (Northamtpon titable list for 1664).
  8. [S974] Dr. Howard Mackey & Marlene A. Groves, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 09, 1664-1674, p. 23 (record right after the inventory of John Severne).
  9. [S974] Dr. Howard Mackey & Marlene A. Groves, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 09, 1664-1674, p. 113 (28 Mar 1667 Court).
  10. [S974] Dr. Howard Mackey & Marlene A. Groves, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 09, 1664-1674, p. 135 (28 October 1667 Court).
  11. [S974] Dr. Howard Mackey & Marlene A. Groves, Northampton Co, VA, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 09, 1664-1674, p. 137 (28 October 1667 Court).
  12. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 3 (will of Peter Severn of Calvert Co, MD).

John Allen1

M, b. circa 1625, d. before 28 June 1670
Last Edited26 Mar 2014
Birth*circa 1625John Allen was born circa 1625.1 
Marriage*circa 1650He married Margaret (-----) circa 1650.2 
Will - Mentioned in*5 August 1658John was mentioned in a will on 5 August 1658 at Northampton Co, VA. Neighbors John Allen and Christopher Dixon were named to oversee the will of Fran Pott.1 
Appraiser*28 October 1668John was named as an appraiser of an estate on 28 October 1668 at Northampton Co, VA. William Ennis, John Allen, Stephen Costene and Edward Ennis were named appraisers of the estate of John Jewett.3 
Will*25 May 1670John made a will on 25 May 1670 at Northampton Co, VA. To my son Edmund Allen my longest gun and to my son Henry Allen my little gun. Remaining estate to be eq. div. by my loving wife Margaret Allen and all my children when they attain to full age. My son Edmund to have use of my oxen and 1/2 of my plantation (during the term I have in it) if he has need of them. Wife extrx. Witt: Steven -B- Costin, William Innis, Thomas Betts, Daniel Neech. (Note: The div. of the dec'd's estate gives the names of his children as Edmund, Anne, Elizabeth and Henry.)2 
Death*before 28 June 1670He died before 28 June 1670 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was probated.2 

Family

Margaret (-----) b. c 1630
Child 1.Edmund Allen+2 b. 1654, d. b 2 Oct 1711

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 59 (will of Fran Pott).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 83 (will of John Allen, wife Margaret).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 81 (adm of John Jewett to Neale Mackmelline).

Mary (bro Francis) Pott1

F, b. circa 1610
Father(-----) Pott1 b. c 1575
Last Edited28 Feb 2021
Birth*circa 1610Mary (bro Francis) Pott was born circa 1610 at England.1 
Will - Brother's*5 August 1658Mary was named in her brother's will on 5 August 1658 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Francis Pott, wife Susanna, named his three sisters Mary, Catherine and Bridget and gave them £10 each, and if any of them should be dead then to the survivors. (NOTE: Whitelaw states he "has a feeling" and "has a theory" that Mary married Edmund Scarburgh and Katherine married Randall Revell, which might account for the later intimate relations between the two men. To account for these close relations, some have thought that Revell had married a sister of Scarburth, but no proof was found that Katharine was a Scarburgh. At the time of his marriage, Scarburgh was living on N3 which was adjacent to the N5 land of Francis Pott, so perhaps the marriage was due to proqinquity and practical considerations, which would explain the differences in ages of the the two. When Scarburgh moved to Accomack, he sold his Northampton land to Pott. Whitelaw also stated that Francis Pott's sister Bridget is known to have been married to Dr. John Severne (N70) and to Captain Stephen Charlton (N75). This Bridget was his neice and the sister to his nephew John Pott, named in his will.)2,3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 59 (will of Fran Pott).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 59 (will of Fran Pott, wife Susanna).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 625 (tract A17).

Catherine (bro Francis) Pott1

F, b. circa 1612
Father(-----) Pott1 b. c 1575
Last Edited3 Mar 2021
Birth*circa 1612Catherine (bro Francis) Pott was born circa 1612 at England.1 
Will - Brother's*5 August 1658Catherine was named in her brother's will on 5 August 1658 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Francis Pott, wife Susanna, named his three sisters Mary, Catherine and Bridget and gave them £10 each, and if any of them should be dead then to the survivors. (NOTE: Whitelaw states he "has a feeling" and "has a theory" that Mary married Edmund Scarburgh and Katherine married Randall Revell, which might account for the later intimate relations between the two men. To account for these close relations, some have thought that Revell had married a sister of Scarburth, but no proof was found that Katharine was a Scarburgh. At the time of his marriage, Scarburgh was living on N3 which was adjacent to the N5 land of Francis Pott, so perhaps the marriage was due to proqinquity and practical considerations, which would explain the differences in ages of the the two. When Scarburgh moved to Accomack, he sold his Northampton land to Pott. Whitelaw also stated that Francis Pott's sister Bridget is known to have been married to Dr. John Severne (N70) and to Captain Stephen Charlton (N75). This Bridget was his neice and the sister to his nephew John Pott, named in his will.)2,3 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 59 (will of Fran Pott).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 59 (will of Fran Pott, wife Susanna).
  3. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 625 (tract A17).

John Baker

M, b. 1605
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*1605John Baker was born in 1605 at England. 
Anecdote*5 September 1623 John Baker, a 17 year old joiner from London, arrived in Jamestown on 5 Sep 1623 on the Ann and took the oath of supremancy.1 
Muster*February 1624/25John was listed in the Muster of February 1624/25 at Eastern Shore, VA. He was shown as John Baker, age 20 in Capt. William Epes' Muster, who came in the Ann in 1623.2 
Anecdote*1630 It has been suggested that the John Baker in William Epes' Muster in 1624/5 on the Eastern Shore was the father of all the early Bakers on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. However, there is no direct proof of this. Three of these Bakers: Daniel, Edward and Susanna are proven siblings. However, Daniel, having been named as an appraiser of an estate in 1640, would probably have been of age to have been given that responsibility, putting his birth before 1620 and making him too old to have been a son of John Baker, who was born 1605. 
Power of Atty gave*19 January 1646/47He gave power of attorney on 19 January 1646/47 at Northampton Co, VA. I Jno. Baker nominate & appoint Jno. Dickseon (Dixon?) my true & lawfull attorney to recover & receive of Thomas Powell 1400 lbs of tobacco and to give discharge therefore. Recorded 20 Aug 1648.3 
Court - named in ord*4 June 1647He was named in a court order on 4 June 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. It was ordered that Tho: Powell shall upon 10 Nov next, pay Jno. Baker, the assignee of Dr. Rich: Hall, 1400 lbs tobacco with charges.4 

Citations

  1. [S2330] Martha W. McCartney, Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers, 1607-1635: A Biographical Dictionary, p. 103 (John Baker).
  2. [S887] John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5, p. 68 (Muster of the Eastern Shore).
  3. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 256 (1 Feb 1647/48 Court).
  4. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 169 (4 June 1647 Court).

Fanget(?) Baker1

M, b. circa 1615
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1615Fanget(?) Baker was born circa 1615 at England.1 
Headright*16 November 1635He was named as a headright on 16 November 1635 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. Garrett Andrewes (Anderson?) testified that his following 4 servants entitled him to a land certificate: Garrett Andrewes, Fanget(?) Baker, Phillipp Colle & Thomas Williams.1 

Citations

  1. [S2325] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records 1632-1640, p. 41 (16 Nov 1635 Court).

Robert West1

M, b. 1612, d. before 11 November 1646
Last Edited14 Jan 2019
Birth*1612Robert West was born in 1612 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1636He married Mary (-----) circa 1636 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. On 28 Nov 1642 Mary the widow of Rowland Rayne, had married Roberte West, and Mary the orphan of the dec'd was given a heifer and cow calf out of the estate of Rowland Rayne.2 
Deposition*28 November 1636Robert West gave a deposition on 28 November 1636 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Robert West, 24th aged or there abouts.3 
Anecdote*6 March 1642/43 On 6 Mar 1642/43 in Accomack-Northampton County Court, it was recorded that Danniell Baker is much ingaged unto Roberte West and the said West having a stuff suite of apparrell belonging to the said Baker in his custody, it is thought fit that the stuff suite shall be sold as an outcry.1 
Will - Mentioned in*2 November 1643Robert was mentioned in a will on 2 November 1643 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as my friend Robert West and named Extr in the will of Robert Lawson.4 
Death*before 11 November 1646He died before 11 November 1646 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Robert West was granted to Mary West, widow of the dec'd. Appraisers: Goodman Harloe & Goodman Gaskins. His inventory refers to George West the orphan of Robert West. (NOTE: Goodman is a title like Yeoman.)5 

Family

Mary (-----) b. c 1615
Children 1.George West (Yeoman)+5 b. 1639, d. b 2 Feb 1702
 2.Elizabeth West b. c 1640

Citations

  1. [S2038] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records, 1640-1645, p. 263 (6 Mar 1642/43 Court).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 12 (death of Rowland Rayne refered to) & 18 (adm of Robert West to Mary West widow of the dec'd).
  3. [S2325] Susie M. Ames, Accomack-Northampton County, Virginia, Court Records 1632-1640, p. 61 (28 Nov 1636 Court).
  4. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 14 (will of Robert Lawson).
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 18 (adm of Robert West to Mary West widow of the dec'd).

Mary (-----)1

F, b. circa 1615
Last Edited14 Jan 2019
Birth*circa 1615Mary (-----) was born circa 1615.1 
Marriage*circa 1634She married Rowland Renny circa 1634 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. In 1636 there was a patent to John Harlow for 300 acres of tract N21 on the east side of the upper part of Old Plantation Creek. Later in the year is was noted that it had lately been in the possession of Rowland Reyne, and still later in the year Mary, widow of Reyne, complained that she could not get payment for a piece of land she had bought and which her second husband Robert West had sold for her. (NOTE: There was no record of any Reyne or West transactions.)2 
Married Namecirca 1634 As of circa 1634,her married name was Renny. 
Marriage*circa 1636Mary (-----) married Robert West circa 1636 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. On 28 Nov 1642 Mary the widow of Rowland Rayne, had married Roberte West, and Mary the orphan of the dec'd was given a heifer and cow calf out of the estate of Rowland Rayne.3 
Married Namecirca 1636 As of circa 1636,her married name was West. 
Administrator*11 November 1646Mary was named as administrator of an estate on 11 November 1646 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Robert West was granted to Mary West, widow of the dec'd. Appraisers: Goodman Harloe & Goodman Gaskins. His inventory refers to George West the orphan of Robert West.1 
Court - named in ord*28 May 1649She was named in a court order on 28 May 1649 at Northampton Co, VA. It was ordered that Mary West in N'hamp County be attached for 300 lbs tobacco due to Dan'll Baker with 2 years forbarence & court charges.4 

Family 1

Rowland Renny b. c 1610, d. b 23 Mar 1639
Marriage*circa 1634She married Rowland Renny circa 1634 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. In 1636 there was a patent to John Harlow for 300 acres of tract N21 on the east side of the upper part of Old Plantation Creek. Later in the year is was noted that it had lately been in the possession of Rowland Reyne, and still later in the year Mary, widow of Reyne, complained that she could not get payment for a piece of land she had bought and which her second husband Robert West had sold for her. (NOTE: There was no record of any Reyne or West transactions.)2 
Child 1.Mary Renny3 b. c 1635

Family 2

Robert West b. 1612, d. b 11 Nov 1646
Marriage*circa 1636Mary (-----) married Robert West circa 1636 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. On 28 Nov 1642 Mary the widow of Rowland Rayne, had married Roberte West, and Mary the orphan of the dec'd was given a heifer and cow calf out of the estate of Rowland Rayne.3 
Children 1.George West (Yeoman)+1 b. 1639, d. b 2 Feb 1702
 2.Elizabeth West b. c 1640

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 18 (adm of Robert West to Mary West widow of the dec'd).
  2. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 125 (tract N21).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 12 (death of Rowland Rayne refered to) & 18 (adm of Robert West to Mary West widow of the dec'd).
  4. [S2134] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 03, 1645-1651, p. 335 (28 May 1649 Court).

George West (Yeoman)1,2

M, b. 1639, d. before 2 February 1702
FatherRobert West1 b. 1612, d. b 11 Nov 1646
MotherMary (-----)1 b. c 1615
Last Edited14 Jan 2021
Birth*1639George West (Yeoman) was born in 1639 at Northampton Co, VA.3 
Est Settm't Father's*11 November 1646He was named in the settlement of his father's estate on 11 November 1646 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Robert West was granted to Mary West, widow of the dec'd. Appraisers: Goodman Harloe & Goodman Gaskins. His inventory refers to George West the orphan of Robert West.1 
Marriage*circa 1660He married (-----) (1st wife of Geo) (-----) circa 1660 at Northampton Co, VA.4 
Deposition*29 January 1661/62George West (Yeoman) gave a deposition on 29 January 1661/62 at Northampton Co, VA. George West, aged 23 years or there abouts, deposed in open Court on 29 Jan 1661/62 that the night before John Furrs went over the Bay with Mr Wm Smart when he was bound for England, heard the bargin between Thomas Dimer and John Furrs about the sale of Mary Keeling, late servant to Dimer who was to give Furrs 800 lbs tobacco for 2 years service and Dimer did not receive the servant until Furrs returned over the Bay, which was 3 weeks after. Signed: George (his mark) West. (NOTE: Evidently it was Mr. Wm. Smart that was bound for England.)3 
Will - Mentioned in*26 July 1672George was mentioned in a will on 26 July 1672 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as my friend George West in the will of Robert Castle, turner, wife Alice, and was given his whole estate if wife Alice predeceases me in death.5 
Land bought*1675He bought land in 1675 at tract A136, between Hallwood & Mappsville, Accomack Co, VA. Robert and Jane Hill sold 200 acres each to George West and John Hudson. This included all the land on the south side of the branch and 50 acres above it.6 
Will - Extr*5 October 1683He was named as the executor of a will on 5 October 1683 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will William Loring directed his wife Alice to sell my 300 acres at St. Marys in Somerset County, Md., proceeds to be divided between William Loring, Elizabeth Loring and wife Alice. To son William 200 acres Purchased of Benjamin Eyres. To daughter Elizabeth. Wife Alice & Nicholas Millechop & George West Ex'rs. Son to be at age at 18, daughter at 17 - Witt: John Stratton, Daniel Harwood, Sarah Harwood.7 
Court - appeared in*26 March 1684He appeared in court on 26 March 1684 at Accomack Co, VA. George West told the court that Giles Monperson (who had married West's daughter) had deserted the county with his wife, leaving a young child in the custody of Dennis Morris "to his and his wife's great grief." They did no know when Monperson or his wife would return to take the child, so West requested an order that he should have the child and any estate that might be found. West promised to pay any just debts and save the parish the expense of supporting the child. It was so ordered with West paying court charges.4 
Marriage*circa 1690He married Susanna (-----) circa 1690 at Accomack Co, VA. 
Land sold*1697George West (Yeoman) sold land in 1697 at tract A136, between Hallwood & Mappsville, Accomack Co, VA. Mr. William Dennison presented letters of attorney from George West Sr. & his wife Susanna. Dennison was authorized to acknowledge a sale of land to John Northam. The deed was put on record. According to Whitelaw in 1697 George and Susanna West of the Territory of Pennsylvania sold the George West part Whitelaw's tract A136 to John Northam, late of Northampton. This was land on the south side of the south branch of Messongo Creek and 50 acres above it. A record of his death was not noted, but he may have been succeeded by a son Thomas for in 1712 Thomas and Comfort Northam sold 100 acres to John Clifft, Saddler, of Northampton.6,8 
Will*11 January 1702George made a will on 11 January 1702 at Sussex Co, DE. In his will George West named heirs: sons Thomas, John, Robert and George West; daughters Jane West, Susanna West, Alice Williams and Elizabeth Barker, widow; grandson John Numparsons. Extrs sons Thomas & John West. Witt: James Walker, Roger Corbett.9 
Death*before 2 February 1702He died before 2 February 1702 at Sussex Co, DE. It was on this date that his will was proved.9 

Family 1

(-----) (1st wife of Geo) (-----) b. c 1640
Marriage*circa 1660He married (-----) (1st wife of Geo) (-----) circa 1660 at Northampton Co, VA.4 
Children 1.Thomas (of Geo) West+2 b. c 1660, d. b 5 Jun 1708
 2.Capt. John West Sr.+9,10 b. c 1662, d. b 19 Jun 1716
 3.(-----) (dau of Geo) West+11 b. c 1664
 4.Elizabeth West9 b. c 1675
 5.Alice West9 b. c 1680
 6.George West10 b. c 1685, d. b 2 Sep 1729

Family 2

Susanna (-----) b. c 1670
Marriage*circa 1690George West (Yeoman) married Susanna (-----) circa 1690 at Accomack Co, VA. 
Children 1.Robert West+9 b. c 1692, d. 23 Oct 1742
 2.Jane West2 b. 1694
 3.Susanna West9 b. c 1696

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 18 (adm of Robert West to Mary West widow of the dec'd).
  2. [S971] F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of Delaware, Vol. 4, p. 218 (West Family Revised).
  3. [S2105] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Court Cases, Volume 08, 1657-1664, p. 223 (29 Apr 1662 Court).
  4. [S971] F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of Delaware, Vol. 4, p. 217 (West Family Revised).
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 86 (will of Robert Castle, turner, wife Alice).
  6. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 1218-1219 (tract A136).
  7. [S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 12 (will of William Loring, wife Alice).
  8. [S704] JoAnn Riley McKey, Accomack Co, VA, Court Order Abstracts, 1697-1703, Volume 9, p. 1 (7 Dec 1697 Court).
  9. [S2194] State Archivist Leon deValinger Jr, Calendar of Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800, p. 18 (will of George West).
  10. [S971] F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of Delaware, Vol. 4, p. 219 (West Family Revised).
  11. [S971] F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of Delaware, Vol. 4, p. 216 (West Family Revised).

Rowland Renny1

M, b. circa 1610, d. before 23 March 1639
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1610Rowland Renny was born circa 1610.1 
Marriage*circa 1634He married Mary (-----) circa 1634 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. In 1636 there was a patent to John Harlow for 300 acres of tract N21 on the east side of the upper part of Old Plantation Creek. Later in the year is was noted that it had lately been in the possession of Rowland Reyne, and still later in the year Mary, widow of Reyne, complained that she could not get payment for a piece of land she had bought and which her second husband Robert West had sold for her. (NOTE: There was no record of any Reyne or West transactions.)1 
Death*before 23 March 1639Rowland Renny died before 23 March 1639 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his estate inventory was presented.2 

Family

Mary (-----) b. c 1615
Child 1.Mary Renny3 b. c 1635

Citations

  1. [S572] Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore (A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties), p. 125 (tract N21).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 5 (inventory of Rowland Rayne).
  3. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 12 (death of Rowland Rayne refered to) & 18 (adm of Robert West to Mary West widow of the dec'd).

Mary Renny1

F, b. circa 1635
FatherRowland Renny1 b. c 1610, d. b 23 Mar 1639
MotherMary (-----)1 b. c 1615
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1635Mary Renny was born circa 1635 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA.1 
Est Settm't Father's*28 November 1642She was named in the settlement of her father's estate on 28 November 1642 at Accomack-Northampton Co, VA. On 28 Nov 1642 Mary the widow of Rowland Rayne, had married Roberte West, and Mary the orphan of the dec'd was given a heifer and cow calf out of the estate of Rowland Rayne.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 12 (death of Rowland Rayne refered to) & 18 (adm of Robert West to Mary West widow of the dec'd).

John Baker1

M, b. circa 1630
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1630John Baker was born circa 1630 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1653He married Judith (-----) circa 1653.1 
Headright*28 February 1654/55John Baker was named as a headright on 28 February 1654/55 at Northampton Co, VA. Jno: Baker and Judieth Baker were on a certificate granted to Lt. THomas Hunt for 600 acres of land.1 

Family

Judith (-----) b. c 1630

Citations

  1. [S2135] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 05, 1654-1655, p. 220.

Judith (-----)1

F, b. circa 1630
Last Edited7 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1630Judith (-----) was born circa 1630.1 
Marriage*circa 1653She married John Baker circa 1653.1 
Married Namecirca 1653 As of circa 1653,her married name was Baker. 
Headright*28 February 1654/55Judith (-----) was named as a headright on 28 February 1654/55 at Northampton Co, VA. Jno: Baker and Judieth Baker were on a certificate granted to Lt. THomas Hunt for 600 acres of land.1 

Family

John Baker b. c 1630

Citations

  1. [S2135] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 05, 1654-1655, p. 220.

Thomas Harmar1

M, b. 1631, d. before 28 April 1671
FatherDr. John Harmar Professor of Greek1 b. 1594, d. 1670
MotherMartha (-----)2 b. c 1595, d. b 1660
Last Edited15 Jul 2019
Birth*1631Thomas Harmar was born in 1631 at England.1,2 
Anecdote*1 March 1652 On 1 Mar 1652 Dr. John Harmar (Greek Reader of the University of Oxford and next surviving brother of the dec'd Charles Harmar, merchant) mentions the relict of the dec'd, and gives Northampton land which fell to him by his brother's death to Thomas Harmar (son of said Dr. John), said Thomas now or lately of Jamestown, Va. (Note: Thomas Harmar (late of Jamestown and now of Accomack) is son and heir to Dr. John Harmar (Greek Reader at the Univ. of Oxford.)1
Land sold*1 May 1654He sold land on 1 May 1654 at tract N12, S.W. of Capeville, Northampton Co, MD. Thomas Harmar, son & heir to Dr. John Harmar, who was the brother of Charles Harmar, sold his Uncle Charles Harmar's land to Col. Nathaniel Littleton, who had married his Uncle Charles Harmar's widow Ann.3 
Land sold6 March 1659/60He sold land on 6 March 1659/60 at tract N12, S.W. of Capeville, Northampton Co, VA. Thomas Harmar, being next heir-at-law after my father John Harmar unto Charles Harmar, my Uncle and his daughter Elizabeth, sold Edward Littleton of N'hamp County in Virginia land belonging to & patented by my Uncle Charles Harmar on the south side of a parcel of land formerly sold to Col. Nathaniel Littleton, his dec'd father, confirming as well a former sale of land to Col. Nathaniel Littleton for a sum of one hundred thousand (100,000) pounds of good tobacco & cask. It was witnessed by Tho. Teackle, Wm. Watson & Tho. Betts.4 
Will - Cousin's*30 May 1663Thomas was named in his cousin's will on 30 May 1663 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Edward Littleton named loving wife Frances Littleton extrx. and to possess and enjoy my whole estate at her disposing. If the child my wife now goeth with is a son and attains to age I give him all my lands in Virginia or elsewhere excepting the tenement of land now in the possession of Jeremiah Robinson called "Mannahorradons Neck" which I give to my dau. Grace Littleton when the lease is out. To my dau. Grace my mare called "Rose" with all her increase except for the 1st mare foal which was formerly given by (Capt.) Edward Douglas to Sarah and Gartrad Boman. To my dau. Grace, ns. Edward and Mary Carter the son and dau. of ns. Paul and Hannah Carter. To my said dau. a silver tankard marked "E:E:L", a small gilded looking glass, and cedar chest. To the child my wife goes with, ns. Thomas Carter, James Carter and Anthony George, a silver salt marked "AH", and a silver wine cup marked "NAL". And if the child is a son one rapier and belt, a cutlace and belt, two cases of pistols and four guns, a sealed ring, and a silver seal. My dau. Grace to be at age and enjoy her estate at 15. Whereas I formerly bought of my cousin Thomas Harmer 600 A., 200 A. of which I sold to John Sevorne, I assign the remaining 400 A. to my said cousin he being presently in possession of the same, and allow him 5000#t for the 200 A. sold by me. Witt: William Andrews, John Robins.5 
Will*4 April 1671Thomas made a will on 4 April 1671 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Thomas Harmar, Gent., gave entire estate in Virginia or elsewhere to my son-in-law Arthur Hill when 18. My friends Robert Castle and his wife extrs. My two godsons Henry Allen and Thomas Hogg, Jr. each to have a cow calf. To my kinswoman Susannah B?ssett a mare colt. Witt: Walter (X) Carter, Daniel Neech.6 
Death*before 28 April 1671He died before 28 April 1671 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that his will was proved.6 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 37 (death of Charles Harmar, merchant, refered to).
  2. [S2434] Christopher Handy, to M.K. Miles.
  3. [S2135] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Orders, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 05, 1654-1655, p. 66.
  4. [S2137] Dr. Howard Mackey and Marlene A. Groves, Northampton County, Virginia, Record Book, Deeds, Wills &c, Volume 07, 1657-1666, p. 91-92-93 (Thomas Harmar sells the land of his Uncle Charles Harmar to Edward Littleton).
  5. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 72 (will of Edward Littleton, wife Frances).
  6. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 85 (will of Thomas Harmar, Gent).

Dr. Henry Bradshaw1

M, b. circa 1600, d. 1690
Last Edited9 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1600Dr. Henry Bradshaw was born circa 1600 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1645He married Margaret (-----) circa 1645. Margaret married 2nd Dr. Henry Bradshaw, rector of Chawton, Hampshire, and Prebendary of Winchester Cathedral.1 
Death*1690Dr. Henry Bradshaw died in 1690 at England.1 

Family

Margaret (-----) b. c 1600, d. b 19 Jan 1673/74

Citations

  1. [S887] John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5, p. 855 (Epes Family).

Frances (5) Epes1

F, b. circa 1630, d. before 4 August 1643
FatherCapt. William (1) Epes1 b. b 7 Mar 1594/95, d. b 3 Mar 1642/43
MotherMargaret (-----)1 b. c 1600, d. b 19 Jan 1673/74
ChartsDescendants of the Epes family (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited9 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1630Frances (5) Epes was born circa 1630.1 
Death*before 4 August 1643She died before 4 August 1643 at St. Mary the Virgin, Ashford, Kent, England. Frances was buried 4 Aug 1643.1 

Citations

  1. [S887] John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5, p. 855 (Epes Family).

William (4) Epes1

M, b. circa 1625
FatherCapt. William (1) Epes1 b. b 7 Mar 1594/95, d. b 3 Mar 1642/43
MotherMargaret (-----)1 b. c 1600, d. b 19 Jan 1673/74
ChartsDescendants of the Epes family (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited9 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1625William (4) Epes was born circa 1625.1 

Citations

  1. [S887] John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5, p. 855 (Epes Family).

(-----) Hillary (Hillary?)

F, b. circa 1625
ChartsDescendants of John Stringer (Burgess at Jamestown)
Last Edited10 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1625(-----) Hillary (Hillary?) was born circa 1625. 
Marriage*circa 1645She married Lt. Col. John Stringer (Burgess), son of (father of Mary,Stephen,John) Stringer, circa 1645. 
Married Namecirca 1645 As of circa 1645,her married name was Stringer. 

Family

Lt. Col. John Stringer (Burgess) b. c 1620, d. b 21 Dec 1689
Children 1.Capt. Hillary Stringer (I)+ b. c 1645, d. b 10 Feb 1695/96
 2.Ann Stringer+ b. c 1647
 3.Frances Stringer1 b. c 1649

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 141 (will of John Stringer).

Frances Stringer1

F, b. circa 1649
FatherLt. Col. John Stringer (Burgess)1 b. c 1620, d. b 21 Dec 1689
Mother(-----) Hillary (Hillary?)1 b. c 1625
ChartsDescendants of John Stringer (Burgess at Jamestown)
Last Edited10 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1649Frances Stringer was born circa 1649 at Northampton Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1670She married Bartholomew Taylor circa 1670.2 
Married Namecirca 1670 As of circa 1670,her married name was Taylor. 
Administrator*1 September 1684Frances was named as administrator of an estate on 1 September 1684 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Bartholomew Taylor was granted to Mrs. Frances Taylor, widow of the dec'd, with Col. John Stringer and Capt. Hillary Stringer securities. Appraisers: Thomas Harmanson Sr., Francis Pettitt, Samuel Powell & Charles Wrassell.2 
Marriage*circa 1685She married Edward Mosely circa 1685.1 
Married Namecirca 1685 As of circa 1685,her married name was Mosely. 
Will - Father's*10 February 1688/89Frances was named in her father's will on 10 February 1688/89 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as daughter Frances Mosely in the will of John Stringer. It was also mentioned that her current husband was Edward Mosely and that she had a dec'd husband Taylor.1 

Family 1

Bartholomew Taylor b. c 1640, d. b 1 Sep 1684
Marriage*circa 1670She married Bartholomew Taylor circa 1670.2 

Family 2

Edward Mosely b. c 1650
Marriage*circa 1685Frances Stringer married Edward Mosely circa 1685.1 

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 141 (will of John Stringer).
  2. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 122 (adm of Bartholomew Taylor to Frances Taylor).

Bartholomew Taylor1

M, b. circa 1640, d. before 1 September 1684
ChartsDescendants of John Stringer (Burgess at Jamestown)
Last Edited10 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1640Bartholomew Taylor was born circa 1640.1 
Marriage*circa 1670He married Frances Stringer, daughter of Lt. Col. John Stringer (Burgess) and (-----) Hillary (Hillary?), circa 1670.1 
Death*before 1 September 1684Bartholomew Taylor died before 1 September 1684 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that administration on the estate of Bartholomew Taylor was granted to Mrs. Frances Taylor, widow of the dec'd, with Col. John Stringer and Capt. Hillary Stringer securities. Appraisers: Thomas Harmanson Sr., Francis Pettitt, Samuel Powell & Charles Wrassell.1 

Family

Frances Stringer b. c 1649

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 122 (adm of Bartholomew Taylor to Frances Taylor).

Edward Mosely1

M, b. circa 1650
ChartsDescendants of John Stringer (Burgess at Jamestown)
Last Edited10 Oct 2013
Birth*circa 1650Edward Mosely was born circa 1650.1 
Marriage*circa 1685He married Frances Stringer, daughter of Lt. Col. John Stringer (Burgess) and (-----) Hillary (Hillary?), circa 1685.1 
Will - Father-in-law*10 February 1688/89Edward was named in his father-in-law's will on 10 February 1688/89 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as son (son-in-law) Edward Mosely in the will of John Stringer.1 

Family

Frances Stringer b. c 1649

Citations

  1. [S497] James Handley Marshall, Northampton Co, VA, Abstracts of Wills & Administrations, 1632-1802, p. 141 (will of John Stringer).