Raphael (of Thos & Goditha) Neale1,2

M, b. circa 1538
FatherThomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale1,2 b. c 1512, d. b 26 Apr 1544
MotherGoditha Throckmorton1,2 b. c 1505
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1538Raphael (of Thos & Goditha) Neale was born circa 1538 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England.1 
Will - Father's*3 April 1544Raphael was named in his father's will on 3 April 1544 at Beford, Yieldon Parish, Northamptonshire, England. In his will Thomas 'Nele' requested his body to be buried in Our Lay Chapel in Yielden, giving to the church 3s. 4d. To the High Altar for tithes forgotten, 3s. 4d. To the mother Church of Lincoln, 6d. To the bells of Yielden, 6d.
My mother shall have all my land in Newton Bromshold and in Nether Dean during her life, and after her decease, I will that my wife shall have all the aforesaid lands lying within the foresaid town of Newton Bromshold and Nether Dean during her life, and so after her decease to remain to my eldest son and his heirs; and for lack of issue lawfully begotten, to his next brother.
My brother Richard shall have the one half of the pastures called The Bery Field, to him and his heirs during the years mentioned within a pair of indentures, paying the rent now accustomed.
To my wife [_____] the other half of the foresaid pastures against my said brother as long as she keep herself widow, for the maintenance of her and her children.
She shall have all my farms within the parish of Yielden, in like manner; and if she do marry again, then all the foresaid farms shall remain to my eldest son, and if my eldest son die as is aforesaid, then his next brother shall have all the foresaid farms.
To my eldest son to have £40 raised of my goods and chattels, and every one of my other children £20 apiece for their parts in like case, to be received of my goods in like manner; and also whereas my wife [_____] if it please God to send it well into the world to live, it shall have £20 in like case. Also, if it fortune that any of foresaid children do die, then that part or parts to be divided among the rest at doth live.
And if it fortune that my wife doth marry again, then all my children's portions shall be delivered before the day of her marriage, by them whom I shall appoint.
John Leche, my servant, shall have 20s.
The residue of my servants, after their year's service be come forth (?) have at their departing each of them a quarter's wages.
And the residue of my goods unbequeathed, I give them to Gooddeth my wife, whom I make my executrix, and my eldest son to be my executor, and my brother William Ledy, esquire, to be my supervisor, and in his absence I put in my brother Richard.
Master John Throgmarten, Sir William Howght, curate, Master Richard Nele, John Leche, with many others, being witnesses.
The said testament was proved before us, Thomas Reyner, Bachelor of Laws, Commissary and Official of Bedford, on 26 April 1544, being approved by us and enrolled, and administration of all and singular the goods of the same deceased was committed to the executors named in such testament and sworn in form of law.3 

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  3. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, providing a transcribed copy of the will of Thomas 'Nele' from the Bedford Record Office APB/R 1544, fos. 10-11.

Jane (of Thos & Goditha) Neale1,2

F, b. circa 1532
FatherThomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale1,2 b. c 1512, d. b 26 Apr 1544
MotherGoditha Throckmorton1,2 b. c 1505
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1532Jane (of Thos & Goditha) Neale was born circa 1532 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England.3 
Will - GrFath's*16 September 1532Jane was named in her grandfather's will on 16 September 1532 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England. In his will, Thomas Nele of Yielden, requested his body to be buried in the church of Yielden, in Saint Katherine's Chapel before Our Lady, 'greeing with the churchwardens.
To my wife all my lands lying in Nether Dean and Over Dean, and all by lands in Newton Bromshold, during her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas and to his heirs, except 7 acres and a half lying in Newton fields aforesaid, which I bought of Richrd Yseley, that I give and bequeath to my son Richard. And for lack of issue of my son Thomas, the said lands afore rehearsed shall remain to my son Richard.
To my son Richard all my lands and tenements in Buckinghamshire, and in the field and town of Yielden. Also to son Richard all the copyholds within the said town and fields of Yielden, that is to say, the Castle Close with the Spinney, the Conigree, Skottes Croft and Medelton, the town half of the Bery Falde, with his brother Thomas paying the chief lord his fee.
To my wife half of my goods and chattels during her life, and after her death whole to remain to my son Richard through all my goods; the other half of my goods to the said son Richard.
To son Thomas 2 kine that he hath in his keeping, and to my daughter, his wife, a cow and 10 sheep, and also I give to Jane his daughter another 10 sheep.
These be the debts which be owing to me: The Parson of Rushden, for a gelding, £3.6.8; Blowfeld of Caldecott, £0.26.8; Robert Small, horse coper of London, £0.23.4; John Talor of Willington, for receiving of rent, £5; John a Lee of Willington, for rent, £0.40; Ynglys the freemason of Passenham, £0.19.6; One in Pyrry that married Edmund Bayreth's wife, £0.10; to John Lambert, £0.6.8; Master Smyth for a gelding, £0.40; and William Smythe, butcher, £0.22.8.
To Thomas my son, my best gown; to Sir Richard Ympay, my best russet gown.
I ordain and make my wife Emeling and my son Richard, my executors, and Sir John Saint John, Master Richard Throgmarton, squire, Master William Lee, squire, to be overseers of my will, to be fulfilled.
Witnesses: Gabrell Peneington, gentleman, Sir Richard Ympay, Thomas Butler, John Bromfilde, Robert Drawble and others.
It was proved before Robert Gostwik, Bachelor in utroque jure, Commissary of Bedford and also Offical of the Lord Archdeacon of the same, on 4 December 1532.3 
Married Namecirca 1550 As of circa 1550,her married name was St.John.2 
Marriage*circa 1550She married Henry St.John circa 1550 at Bedfordshire, England.2 

Family

Henry St.John b. c 1530

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  3. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, providing a transcribed copy of the will of Thomas 'Nele' from the Bedford Record Office AP P/R 1532-3, fos.68v-69.

Margaret (of Thos & Goditha) Neale1,2

F, b. circa 1542
FatherThomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale1,2 b. c 1512, d. b 26 Apr 1544
MotherGoditha Throckmorton1,2 b. c 1505
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1542Margaret (of Thos & Goditha) Neale was born circa 1542 at Beford, Yieldon Parish, Northamptonshire, England.1 
Married Namecirca 1565 As of circa 1565,her married name was Frankin.2 
Marriage*circa 1565She married Nicholas Frankin circa 1565 at Bedfordshire, England.2 

Family

Nicholas Frankin b. c 1540

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Alice (of Thos & Goditha) Neale1,2

F, b. circa 1544
FatherThomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale1,2 b. c 1512, d. b 26 Apr 1544
MotherGoditha Throckmorton1,2 b. c 1505
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1544Alice (of Thos & Goditha) Neale was born circa 1544 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England.1 
Married Namecirca 1565 As of circa 1565,her married name was FitzJeffrey.2 
Marriage*circa 1565She married Robert FitzJeffrey circa 1565 at Bedfordshire, England.2 

Family

Robert FitzJeffrey b. c 1540

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Thomas Neale1

M, b. circa 1481, d. before 4 December 1532
FatherJohn Neale1 b. c 1450
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1481Thomas Neale was born circa 1481 at Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire, England.2,1 
Marriage*circa 1508He married Emelyn Cheshire circa 1508 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England.2,1 
Will*16 September 1532Thomas made a will on 16 September 1532 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England. In his will, Thomas Nele of Yielden, requested his body to be buried in the church of Yielden, in Saint Katherine's Chapel before Our Lady, 'greeing with the churchwardens.
To my wife all my lands lying in Nether Dean and Over Dean, and all by lands in Newton Bromshold, during her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas and to his heirs, except 7 acres and a half lying in Newton fields aforesaid, which I bought of Richrd Yseley, that I give and bequeath to my son Richard. And for lack of issue of my son Thomas, the said lands afore rehearsed shall remain to my son Richard.
To my son Richard all my lands and tenements in Buckinghamshire, and in the field and town of Yielden. Also to son Richard all the copyholds within the said town and fields of Yielden, that is to say, the Castle Close with the Spinney, the Conigree, Skottes Croft and Medelton, the town half of the Bery Falde, with his brother Thomas paying the chief lord his fee.
To my wife half of my goods and chattels during her life, and after her death whole to remain to my son Richard through all my goods; the other half of my goods to the said son Richard.
To son Thomas 2 kine that he hath in his keeping, and to my daughter, his wife, a cow and 10 sheep, and also I give to Jane his daughter another 10 sheep.
These be the debts which be owing to me: The Parson of Rushden, for a gelding, £3.6.8; Blowfeld of Caldecott, £0.26.8; Robert Small, horse coper of London, £0.23.4; John Talor of Willington, for receiving of rent, £5; John a Lee of Willington, for rent, £0.40; Ynglys the freemason of Passenham, £0.19.6; One in Pyrry that married Edmund Bayreth's wife, £0.10; to John Lambert, £0.6.8; Master Smyth for a gelding, £0.40; and William Smythe, butcher, £0.22.8.
To Thomas my son, my best gown; to Sir Richard Ympay, my best russet gown.
I ordain and make my wife Emeling and my son Richard, my executors, and Sir John Saint John, Master Richard Throgmarton, squire, Master William Lee, squire, to be overseers of my will, to be fulfilled.
Witnesses: Gabrell Peneington, gentleman, Sir Richard Ympay, Thomas Butler, John Bromfilde, Robert Drawble and others.
It was proved before Robert Gostwik, Bachelor in utroque jure, Commissary of Bedford and also Offical of the Lord Archdeacon of the same, on 4 December 1532.3 
Death*before 4 December 1532He died before 4 December 1532 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England. It was on this date that his will was proved.3 

Family

Emelyn Cheshire b. c 1490
Children 1.Richard (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale3,1 b. c 1511
 2.Thomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale+3,1 b. c 1512, d. b 26 Apr 1544

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  3. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, providing a transcribed copy of the will of Thomas 'Nele' from the Bedford Record Office AP P/R 1532-3, fos.68v-69.

Emelyn Cheshire1

F, b. circa 1490
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1490Emelyn Cheshire was born circa 1490 at Wellington, Shropshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1508She married Thomas Neale, son of John Neale, circa 1508 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England.1,2 
Married Namecirca 1508 As of circa 1508,her married name was Neale.1 
Will - Husb's*16 September 1532Emelyn was named in her husband's will on 16 September 1532 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England. In his will, Thomas Nele of Yielden, requested his body to be buried in the church of Yielden, in Saint Katherine's Chapel before Our Lady, 'greeing with the churchwardens.
To my wife all my lands lying in Nether Dean and Over Dean, and all by lands in Newton Bromshold, during her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas and to his heirs, except 7 acres and a half lying in Newton fields aforesaid, which I bought of Richrd Yseley, that I give and bequeath to my son Richard. And for lack of issue of my son Thomas, the said lands afore rehearsed shall remain to my son Richard.
To my son Richard all my lands and tenements in Buckinghamshire, and in the field and town of Yielden. Also to son Richard all the copyholds within the said town and fields of Yielden, that is to say, the Castle Close with the Spinney, the Conigree, Skottes Croft and Medelton, the town half of the Bery Falde, with his brother Thomas paying the chief lord his fee.
To my wife half of my goods and chattels during her life, and after her death whole to remain to my son Richard through all my goods; the other half of my goods to the said son Richard.
To son Thomas 2 kine that he hath in his keeping, and to my daughter, his wife, a cow and 10 sheep, and also I give to Jane his daughter another 10 sheep.
These be the debts which be owing to me: The Parson of Rushden, for a gelding, £3.6.8; Blowfeld of Caldecott, £0.26.8; Robert Small, horse coper of London, £0.23.4; John Talor of Willington, for receiving of rent, £5; John a Lee of Willington, for rent, £0.40; Ynglys the freemason of Passenham, £0.19.6; One in Pyrry that married Edmund Bayreth's wife, £0.10; to John Lambert, £0.6.8; Master Smyth for a gelding, £0.40; and William Smythe, butcher, £0.22.8.
To Thomas my son, my best gown; to Sir Richard Ympay, my best russet gown.
I ordain and make my wife Emeling and my son Richard, my executors, and Sir John Saint John, Master Richard Throgmarton, squire, Master William Lee, squire, to be overseers of my will, to be fulfilled.
Witnesses: Gabrell Peneington, gentleman, Sir Richard Ympay, Thomas Butler, John Bromfilde, Robert Drawble and others.
It was proved before Robert Gostwik, Bachelor in utroque jure, Commissary of Bedford and also Offical of the Lord Archdeacon of the same, on 4 December 1532.3 
Will - Son's*3 April 1544Emelyn was named in her son's will on 3 April 1544 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England. In his will Thomas 'Nele' requested his body to be buried in Our Lay Chapel in Yielden, giving to the church 3s. 4d. To the High Altar for tithes forgotten, 3s. 4d. To the mother Church of Lincoln, 6d. To the bells of Yielden, 6d.
My mother shall have all my land in Newton Bromshold and in Nether Dean during her life, and after her decease, I will that my wife shall have all the aforesaid lands lying within the foresaid town of Newton Bromshold and Nether Dean during her life, and so after her decease to remain to my eldest son and his heirs; and for lack of issue lawfully begotten, to his next brother.
My brother Richard shall have the one half of the pastures called The Bery Field, to him and his heirs during the years mentioned within a pair of indentures, paying the rent now accustomed.
To my wife [_____] the other half of the foresaid pastures against my said brother as long as she keep herself widow, for the maintenance of her and her children.
She shall have all my farms within the parish of Yielden, in like manner; and if she do marry again, then all the foresaid farms shall remain to my eldest son, and if my eldest son die as is aforesaid, then his next brother shall have all the foresaid farms.
To my eldest son to have £40 raised of my goods and chattels, and every one of my other children £20 apiece for their parts in like case, to be received of my goods in like manner; and also whereas my wife [_____] if it please God to send it well into the world to live, it shall have £20 in like case. Also, if it fortune that any of foresaid children do die, then that part or parts to be divided among the rest at doth live.
And if it fortune that my wife doth marry again, then all my children's portions shall be delivered before the day of her marriage, by them whom I shall appoint.
John Leche, my servant, shall have 20s.
The residue of my servants, after their year's service be come forth (?) have at their departing each of them a quarter's wages.
And the residue of my goods unbequeathed, I give them to Gooddeth my wife, whom I make my executrix, and my eldest son to be my executor, and my brother William Ledy, esquire, to be my supervisor, and in his absence I put in my brother Richard.
Master John Throgmarten, Sir William Howght, curate, Master Richard Nele, John Leche, with many others, being witnesses.
The said testament was proved before us, Thomas Reyner, Bachelor of Laws, Commissary and Official of Bedford, on 26 April 1544, being approved by us and enrolled, and administration of all and singular the goods of the same deceased was committed to the executors named in such testament and sworn in form of law.4 

Family

Thomas Neale b. c 1481, d. b 4 Dec 1532
Children 1.Richard (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale3,2 b. c 1511
 2.Thomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale+1,2 b. c 1512, d. b 26 Apr 1544

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  3. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, providing a transcribed copy of the will of Thomas 'Nele' from the Bedford Record Office AP P/R 1532-3, fos.68v-69.
  4. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, providing a transcribed copy of the will of Thomas 'Nele' from the Bedford Record Office APB/R 1544, fos. 10-11.

Richard (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale1

M, b. circa 1511
FatherThomas Neale2,1 b. c 1481, d. b 4 Dec 1532
MotherEmelyn Cheshire2,1 b. c 1490
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1511Richard (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale was born circa 1511 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England.3 
Will - Father's*16 September 1532Richard was named in his father's will on 16 September 1532 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England. In his will, Thomas Nele of Yielden, requested his body to be buried in the church of Yielden, in Saint Katherine's Chapel before Our Lady, 'greeing with the churchwardens.
To my wife all my lands lying in Nether Dean and Over Dean, and all by lands in Newton Bromshold, during her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas and to his heirs, except 7 acres and a half lying in Newton fields aforesaid, which I bought of Richrd Yseley, that I give and bequeath to my son Richard. And for lack of issue of my son Thomas, the said lands afore rehearsed shall remain to my son Richard.
To my son Richard all my lands and tenements in Buckinghamshire, and in the field and town of Yielden. Also to son Richard all the copyholds within the said town and fields of Yielden, that is to say, the Castle Close with the Spinney, the Conigree, Skottes Croft and Medelton, the town half of the Bery Falde, with his brother Thomas paying the chief lord his fee.
To my wife half of my goods and chattels during her life, and after her death whole to remain to my son Richard through all my goods; the other half of my goods to the said son Richard.
To son Thomas 2 kine that he hath in his keeping, and to my daughter, his wife, a cow and 10 sheep, and also I give to Jane his daughter another 10 sheep.
These be the debts which be owing to me: The Parson of Rushden, for a gelding, £3.6.8; Blowfeld of Caldecott, £0.26.8; Robert Small, horse coper of London, £0.23.4; John Talor of Willington, for receiving of rent, £5; John a Lee of Willington, for rent, £0.40; Ynglys the freemason of Passenham, £0.19.6; One in Pyrry that married Edmund Bayreth's wife, £0.10; to John Lambert, £0.6.8; Master Smyth for a gelding, £0.40; and William Smythe, butcher, £0.22.8.
To Thomas my son, my best gown; to Sir Richard Ympay, my best russet gown.
I ordain and make my wife Emeling and my son Richard, my executors, and Sir John Saint John, Master Richard Throgmarton, squire, Master William Lee, squire, to be overseers of my will, to be fulfilled.
Witnesses: Gabrell Peneington, gentleman, Sir Richard Ympay, Thomas Butler, John Bromfilde, Robert Drawble and others.
It was proved before Robert Gostwik, Bachelor in utroque jure, Commissary of Bedford and also Offical of the Lord Archdeacon of the same, on 4 December 1532.2 
Marriage*circa 1540He married Alice Moore (More), daughter of Thomas Moore, circa 1540. She was Alice More, daughter of Thomas More and widow of Giles Poulton.3,1 
Will - Brother's*3 April 1544Richard was named in his brother's will on 3 April 1544 at Yieldon, Bedfordshire, England. In his will Thomas 'Nele' requested his body to be buried in Our Lay Chapel in Yielden, giving to the church 3s. 4d. To the High Altar for tithes forgotten, 3s. 4d. To the mother Church of Lincoln, 6d. To the bells of Yielden, 6d.
My mother shall have all my land in Newton Bromshold and in Nether Dean during her life, and after her decease, I will that my wife shall have all the aforesaid lands lying within the foresaid town of Newton Bromshold and Nether Dean during her life, and so after her decease to remain to my eldest son and his heirs; and for lack of issue lawfully begotten, to his next brother.
My brother Richard shall have the one half of the pastures called The Bery Field, to him and his heirs during the years mentioned within a pair of indentures, paying the rent now accustomed.
To my wife [_____] the other half of the foresaid pastures against my said brother as long as she keep herself widow, for the maintenance of her and her children.
She shall have all my farms within the parish of Yielden, in like manner; and if she do marry again, then all the foresaid farms shall remain to my eldest son, and if my eldest son die as is aforesaid, then his next brother shall have all the foresaid farms.
To my eldest son to have £40 raised of my goods and chattels, and every one of my other children £20 apiece for their parts in like case, to be received of my goods in like manner; and also whereas my wife [_____] if it please God to send it well into the world to live, it shall have £20 in like case. Also, if it fortune that any of foresaid children do die, then that part or parts to be divided among the rest at doth live.
And if it fortune that my wife doth marry again, then all my children's portions shall be delivered before the day of her marriage, by them whom I shall appoint.
John Leche, my servant, shall have 20s.
The residue of my servants, after their year's service be come forth (?) have at their departing each of them a quarter's wages.
And the residue of my goods unbequeathed, I give them to Gooddeth my wife, whom I make my executrix, and my eldest son to be my executor, and my brother William Ledy, esquire, to be my supervisor, and in his absence I put in my brother Richard.
Master John Throgmarten, Sir William Howght, curate, Master Richard Nele, John Leche, with many others, being witnesses.
The said testament was proved before us, Thomas Reyner, Bachelor of Laws, Commissary and Official of Bedford, on 26 April 1544, being approved by us and enrolled, and administration of all and singular the goods of the same deceased was committed to the executors named in such testament and sworn in form of law.4 

Family

Alice Moore (More) b. c 1510

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, providing a transcribed copy of the will of Thomas 'Nele' from the Bedford Record Office AP P/R 1532-3, fos.68v-69.
  3. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  4. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, providing a transcribed copy of the will of Thomas 'Nele' from the Bedford Record Office APB/R 1544, fos. 10-11.

Alice Moore (More)1

F, b. circa 1510
FatherThomas Moore2 b. c 1480
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1510Alice Moore (More) was born circa 1510 at Burton, Buckinghamshire, England.1 
Married Namecirca 1530 As of circa 1530,her married name was Poulton.1 
Marriage*circa 1530She married Giles Poulton circa 1530 at England.1 
Married Namecirca 1540 As of circa 1540,her married name was Neale.1 
Marriage*circa 1540Alice Moore (More) married Richard (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale, son of Thomas Neale and Emelyn Cheshire, circa 1540. She was Alice More, daughter of Thomas More and widow of Giles Poulton.1,2 

Family 1

Giles Poulton b. c 1510

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Giles Poulton1

M, b. circa 1510
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1510Giles Poulton was born circa 1510 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1530He married Alice Moore (More), daughter of Thomas Moore, circa 1530 at England.1 

Family

Alice Moore (More) b. c 1510

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Richard Throckmorton Esq.1

M, b. circa 1480, d. 1547
FatherRobert Throckmorton1 b. 1453, d. 1519
MotherKatherine Marrow1 b. c 1460
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1480Richard Throckmorton Esq. was born circa 1480 at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1500He married Joan Beaufo, daughter of Humphrey Beaufo and Joan Hugford, circa 1500.1 
Death*1547Richard Throckmorton Esq. died in 1547 at Highham Park, Northamptonshire, England.1 

Family

Joan Beaufo b. c 1480
Child 1.Goditha Throckmorton+1 b. c 1505

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

George FitzJefferon1

M, b. circa 1500
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1500George FitzJefferon was born circa 1500.1 
Marriage*circa 1525He married Goditha Throckmorton, daughter of Richard Throckmorton Esq. and Joan Beaufo, circa 1525 at England.1 

Family

Goditha Throckmorton b. c 1505

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Elias Allen1

M, b. circa 1580
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1580Elias Allen was born circa 1580 at England.1 
Marriage*30 July 1611He married Elizabeth (-----) on 30 July 1611 at Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England. They were shown as Elizabeth Neale, of Whiston, widow and Elias Allen, of Castle Ashby, in juris, oath by said Allen & John Man, of Northamptonshire. Mar. Lic. Peterborough.1 

Family

Elizabeth (-----) b. c 1580

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, citing letter dated 28 March 1985 from Mrs. Jean R. Wormald of The Hollies, 70 Green Street, Milton Malsor, Northamptonshire, NN7 3AT to Tom Howland, Esq., of 1315 Lindsay Lane, Meadowbrook, PA 19046.

William Prithugh (Dr. of Law)1

M, b. circa 1550
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1550William Prithugh (Dr. of Law) was born circa 1550 at England.1 
Marriage*14 November 1612He married Grace Butler, daughter of John Butler and Ann Travers, on 14 November 1612 at England. They were shown as Grace Neale, of Wollaston, gent. widow and William Prithugh, doctor of Law, of Chadson (in Parish of Castle Ashby) Marriage License Petition dated 14 Nov 1612.1 

Family

Grace Butler b. c 1554

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, citing letter dated 28 March 1985 from Mrs. Jean R. Wormald of The Hollies, 70 Green Street, Milton Malsor, Northamptonshire, NN7 3AT to Tom Howland, Esq., of 1315 Lindsay Lane, Meadowbrook, PA 19046.

Robert Throckmorton1

M, b. 1453, d. 1519
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*1453Robert Throckmorton was born in 1453 at Northamptonshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1480He married Katherine Marrow circa 1480 at Northamptonshire, England.1 
Death*1519Robert Throckmorton died in 1519 at Northamptonshire.1 

Family

Katherine Marrow b. c 1460
Child 1.Richard Throckmorton Esq.+1 b. c 1480, d. 1547

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Katherine Marrow1

F, b. circa 1460
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1460Katherine Marrow was born circa 1460.1 
Marriage*circa 1480She married Robert Throckmorton circa 1480 at Northamptonshire, England.1 
Married Namecirca 1480 As of circa 1480,her married name was Throckmorton.1 

Family

Robert Throckmorton b. 1453, d. 1519
Child 1.Richard Throckmorton Esq.+1 b. c 1480, d. 1547

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Joan Beaufo1

F, b. circa 1480
FatherHumphrey Beaufo1 b. c 1450
MotherJoan Hugford1 b. c 1450
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1480Joan Beaufo was born circa 1480 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1500She married Richard Throckmorton Esq., son of Robert Throckmorton and Katherine Marrow, circa 1500.1 
Married Namecirca 1500 As of circa 1500,her married name was Throckmorton.1 

Family

Richard Throckmorton Esq. b. c 1480, d. 1547
Child 1.Goditha Throckmorton+1 b. c 1505

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Humphrey Beaufo1

M, b. circa 1450
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1450Humphrey Beaufo was born circa 1450 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1475He married Joan Hugford circa 1475 at England.1 

Family

Joan Hugford b. c 1450
Child 1.Joan Beaufo+1 b. c 1480

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Joan Hugford1

F, b. circa 1450
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1450Joan Hugford was born circa 1450 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1475She married Humphrey Beaufo circa 1475 at England.1 
Married Namecirca 1475 As of circa 1475,her married name was Beaufo.1 

Family

Humphrey Beaufo b. c 1450
Child 1.Joan Beaufo+1 b. c 1480

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Arnold Butler1

M, b. circa 1490, d. 1524
FatherJohn Butler1 b. c 1470
MotherElizabeth Percival1 b. c 1470
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1490Arnold Butler was born circa 1490 at Wales.1 
Marriage*circa 1515He married Elizabeth (-----), daughter of John AP (-----) and Jenkin Elliott, circa 1515 at Wales.1 
Death*1524Arnold Butler died in 1524.1 

Family

Elizabeth (-----) b. c 1490
Child 1.John Butler+1 b. c 1520

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Elizabeth (-----)1

F, b. circa 1490
FatherJohn AP (-----)1 b. c 1470
MotherJenkin Elliott1 b. c 1470
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1490Elizabeth (-----) was born circa 1490 at Wales.1 
Marriage*circa 1515She married Arnold Butler, son of John Butler and Elizabeth Percival, circa 1515 at Wales.1 
Married Namecirca 1515 As of circa 1515,her married name was Butler.1 

Family

Arnold Butler b. c 1490, d. 1524
Child 1.John Butler+1 b. c 1520

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

John Butler1

M, b. circa 1470
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1470John Butler was born circa 1470 at Wales.1 
Marriage*circa 1490He married Elizabeth Percival circa 1490 at Wales.1 

Family

Elizabeth Percival b. c 1470
Child 1.Arnold Butler+1 b. c 1490, d. 1524

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Elizabeth Percival1

F, b. circa 1470
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1470Elizabeth Percival was born circa 1470 at Wales.1 
Marriage*circa 1490She married John Butler circa 1490 at Wales.1 
Married Namecirca 1490 As of circa 1490,her married name was Butler.1 

Family

John Butler b. c 1470
Child 1.Arnold Butler+1 b. c 1490, d. 1524

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

John AP (-----)1

M, b. circa 1470
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1470John AP (-----) was born circa 1470 at Wales.1 
Marriage*circa 1490He married Jenkin Elliott circa 1490 at Wales.1 

Family

Jenkin Elliott b. c 1470
Child 1.Elizabeth (-----)+1 b. c 1490

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Jenkin Elliott1

F, b. circa 1470
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1470Jenkin Elliott was born circa 1470 at Wales.1 
Marriage*circa 1490She married John AP (-----) circa 1490 at Wales.1 
Married Namecirca 1490 As of circa 1490,her married name was (-----).1 

Family

John AP (-----) b. c 1470
Child 1.Elizabeth (-----)+1 b. c 1490

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Brian Travers1

M, b. circa 1500, d. 1524
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1500Brian Travers was born circa 1500.1 
Marriage*circa 1520He married Joan (-----) circa 1520 at England.1 
Death*1524Brian Travers died in 1524 at Devonshire, England.1 

Family

Joan (-----) b. c 1500
Child 1.Ann Travers+1 b. b 1524

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Joan (-----)1

F, b. circa 1500
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1500Joan (-----) was born circa 1500 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1520She married Brian Travers circa 1520 at England.1 
Married Namecirca 1520 As of circa 1520,her married name was Travers.1 

Family

Brian Travers b. c 1500, d. 1524
Child 1.Ann Travers+1 b. b 1524

Citations

  1. [S3136] Thomas Stuart Howland Jr. Pipersville PA 18947 < and e-mail address>, The Howland Family and their Carteret Co, NC; Northampton Co, VA & English Ancestors, Neale Family Chart.

Thomas Moore1

M, b. circa 1480
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1480Thomas Moore was born circa 1480 at Burton, Buckinghamshire, England.1 

Family

Child 1.Alice Moore (More)1 b. c 1510

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

John Neale1

M, b. circa 1450
ChartsAncestors of Thomas Hearne Fooks V
Ancestors of Barry Wayne Miles
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1450John Neale was born circa 1450 at Staffordshire, England.1 

Family

Child 1.Thomas Neale+1 b. c 1481, d. b 4 Dec 1532

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Henry St.John1

M, b. circa 1530
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1530Henry St.John was born circa 1530 at Keyso, Bedfordshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1550He married Jane (of Thos & Goditha) Neale, daughter of Thomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale and Goditha Throckmorton, circa 1550 at Bedfordshire, England.1 

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Nicholas Frankin1

M, b. circa 1540
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1540Nicholas Frankin was born circa 1540 at Thurslie, Bedfordshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1565He married Margaret (of Thos & Goditha) Neale, daughter of Thomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale and Goditha Throckmorton, circa 1565 at Bedfordshire, England.1 

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Robert FitzJeffrey1

M, b. circa 1540
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1540Robert FitzJeffrey was born circa 1540 at Mylton, Bedfordshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1565He married Alice (of Thos & Goditha) Neale, daughter of Thomas (of Thos & Emelyn) Neale and Goditha Throckmorton, circa 1565 at Bedfordshire, England.1 

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Marlyon Ryve1

M, b. circa 1525
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1525Marlyon Ryve was born circa 1525 at Lysse, Southamptonshire, England.1 

Family

Child 1.Jane Ryve+1 b. c 1550

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

George FitzGeoffrey1

M, b. circa 1550
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1550George FitzGeoffrey was born circa 1550 at England.1 

Family

Child 1.Elizabeth FitzGeoffrey+1 b. c 1575

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Elizabeth Conquest1

F, b. circa 1580
FatherRichard Conquest1 b. c 1550
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1580Elizabeth Conquest was born circa 1580 at England.1 
Married Namecirca 1600 As of circa 1600,her married name was Neale.1 
Marriage*circa 1600She married John (of Jno & Grace) Neale, son of John (of Thos & Goditha) Neale and Grace Butler, circa 1600 at Northamptonshire, England. The Maryland Historical Magazine showed he had issue by both marriages, but did not name the children.1 

Family

John (of Jno & Grace) Neale b. c 1574

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Richard Conquest1

M, b. circa 1550
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1550Richard Conquest was born circa 1550 at England.1 

Family

Child 1.Elizabeth Conquest1 b. c 1580

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 201 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Edward Lacon1

M, b. circa 1550
Last Edited16 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1550Edward Lacon was born circa 1550 at Willey, Shropshire, England.1 

Family

Child 1.Elizabeth Lacon1 b. c 1577

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 202 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

(father of Setphen & Erasmus) Dryden1

M, b. circa 1550
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1550(father of Setphen & Erasmus) Dryden was born circa 1550.1 

Family

Children 1.Stephen Dryden1 b. c 1575
 2.Erasmus Dryden1 b. c 1577

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 202 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Erasmus Dryden1

M, b. circa 1577
Father(father of Setphen & Erasmus) Dryden1 b. c 1550
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1577Erasmus Dryden was born circa 1577 at Bulwike, Northamptonshire.1 

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 202 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Robert Freeman1

M, b. circa 1590
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1590Robert Freeman was born circa 1590 at Shitton & Houghton, Huntingdonshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1615He married Frances (of Jno & Grace) Neale, daughter of John (of Thos & Goditha) Neale and Grace Butler, circa 1615 at Northamptonshire, England.1 

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 202 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

(-----) Cromer1

M, b. circa 1590
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1590(-----) Cromer was born circa 1590 at England.1 
Marriage*circa 1615He married Margaret (of Jno & Grace) Neale, daughter of John (of Thos & Goditha) Neale and Grace Butler, circa 1615 at England.1 

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 202 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Dr. (-----) Forman (Dr. of Physsick)1

M, b. circa 1580, d. before 9 July 1612
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1580Dr. (-----) Forman (Dr. of Physsick) was born circa 1580.1 
Marriage*circa 1605He married Jane Baker circa 1605 at England.1 
Death*before 9 July 1612Dr. (-----) Forman (Dr. of Physsick) died before 9 July 1612 at London, England. It was on this date that Raphael Neale married Jane Forman, widow of Dr. Forman, doctor of physsick.1 

Family

Jane Baker b. c 1585

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 202 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Anne Gill1

F, b. circa 1625, d. before 3 June 1698
FatherBenjamin Gill1 b. c 1600
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1625Anne Gill was born circa 1625.1 
Marriage*circa 1646She married Capt. James Neale (Councillor), son of Raphael (of Jno & Grace) Neale and Jane Baker, circa 1646 at Charles Co, Maryland.1 
Married Namecirca 1646 As of circa 1646,her married name was Neale.1 
Will - Husb's*27 November 1683Anne was named in her husband's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")2 
Will - Daughter's*6 April 1697Anne was named in her daughter's will on 6 April 1697 at Talbot Co, MD. In her will Henrietta Maria Loyd of Talbot Co, MD, gave to mother Ann Neal, estate given testatrix by will of her father, and personalty during life; said personalty to pass to brother Anthony Neale and sister Jane Boreman. To son Richard Bennett, 400 acres of "The Folly," 400 acres of "Buckingham," on Sassafras River, and 2 town lots out of tract of land. To son Edward and heirs 250 acres of "Bettys Branch" bought of Rich'd Wooleman. To so Philemon, all land bought of Chas. Helmsely on the Great Island in Wye River and 216 acres of "The Outlet." To 2 sons Philemon and James, house and lot at the town on Wye River. To son James and heirs, 400 acres of "Timber Land" on Tuchahoe bought of Jas. Scott. To daughter Henrietta Maria 450 acres of "The Adventure" on St. Michael's River and "Upper Range" purchased of Geo. Hillock. To daughter Ann and heirs, 500 acres of "Loyd's Coftyne" bought of Henry Coftyne. To daughter Alice and heirs residue of "Buckingham." To daughter Margaret, "Groscoate" bought of Wm. Gross, "Lambert" bought of Henry Costin; "Court Road" bought of Jacob Gibson, all lying on Gross Creek in Wye River. To the priests of the Chapel at Wye River 100 acres of "Town Road" bought of Rich'd Hazeltine, and 200 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery" and also land bequeathed testatrix by Jno. Londy of Chester River. To Sarah Grason, 16 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery." To William Hunter, Mr. Gulick and Mr. Hubbard, all priests, personalty. To brother William Boreman and sister Jane Boreman, cousins Dorothy Brookes, Mary and Henrietta Neale, and to Joseph Hunniwell, personalty. To daughters Alice, Ann and Margaret jointly, the great wrought silver dish. To 8 children aforesaid, residue of personal estate; 2 shares bequeathed to daughter Margaret in lieu of one having been given to daughter Susanna Lowe, desiring daughter Margaret to remember Henrietta Maria Lowe, daughter of Susanna Lowe aforesaid. To mother Ann Neal, brothers James and Anthony Neal, sons Richard Bennet and Philemon Loyd, joint Extrs and to have charge of children until they attain majority. Witt: Philip Helmsey, Jno. Burke, Wm. Pruite and Wm. Fitzgerald.3 
Will*28 June 1697Anne made a will on 28 June 1697 at Charles Co, MD. In her will Ann Neale gave to sons James and Anthony and their wives (unnamed), to granddaughter Mary Neale, to grandchildren, viz., William Boarman's children and to Richard Hobert, personalty. To son Anthony, Extr., and son James aforesaid, residue of estate. Witt: Raphael Neale, Catherine Ivory, and Thos. Writter.4 
Death*before 3 June 1698She died before 3 June 1698 at Charles Co, MD. It was on this date that her will was proved.4 

Family

Capt. James Neale (Councillor) b. 1615, d. b 29 Mar 1684
Marriage*circa 1646She married Capt. James Neale (Councillor), son of Raphael (of Jno & Grace) Neale and Jane Baker, circa 1646 at Charles Co, Maryland.1 
Children 1.Henrietta Maria Neal+1 b. 27 Mar 1647, d. 21 May 1697
 2.James Neale Sr.1 b. c 1650, d. b 11 Oct 1727
 3.Dorothy Neale+1 b. c 1652
 4.Anthony Neale1 b. 1659, d. 1723
 5.Jane Neale+5 b. a 1666

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 204 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).
  3. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 117 (will of Henrietta Maria Loyd, daughter of Ann Neale).
  4. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 138 (will of Ann Neale).
  5. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Benjamin Gill1

M, b. circa 1600
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1600Benjamin Gill was born circa 1600 at England.1 
Power of Atty receiv*before 1647He was given power of attorney before 1647 at Charles Co, MD. Capt. James Neale returned to Europe, leaving his father-in-law Benjamin Gill, as his attorney and representative.1 

Family

Child 1.Anne Gill+1 b. c 1625, d. b 3 Jun 1698

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 204 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

James Neale Sr.1

M, b. circa 1650, d. before 11 October 1727
FatherCapt. James Neale (Councillor)2 b. 1615, d. b 29 Mar 1684
MotherAnne Gill2 b. c 1625, d. b 3 Jun 1698
ChartsDescendants of Thomas Graves (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1650James Neale Sr. was born circa 1650 at Europe.2 
Naturalized*1666He was naturalized in 1666 at Charles Co, MD. James Neale petitioned for and obtained the naturalization of his children Henrietta Maria, James, Dorothy, and Anthony Neale, born of Anne his wife during the time of his abode in foreign parts.2 
Marriage*20 December 1681He married Elizabeth (of Wm of Leonard) Calvert, daughter of Col. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland) and Elizabeth (24) Stone, on 20 December 1681 at Charles Co, MD. This was the date of the marriage settlement of James Neale, son of James Neale and Ann his wife (daughter and heir of Benjamin Gill deceased) and Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. William Calvert and Elizabeth his wife.3 
Will - Father's*27 November 1683James was named in his father's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")4 
Marriage*1687He married Elizabeth Lord, daughter of Capt. John Lord, in 1687.3 
Land acquired*28 November 1687James Neale Sr. acquired land on 28 November 1687. It was on this date that Capt. John Lord of Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co, VA conveys land to James Neale of Wollaston, Charles Co, MD.3 
Will - Mother's*28 June 1697James was named in his mother's will on 28 June 1697 at Charles Co, MD. In her will Ann Neale gave to sons James and Anthony and their wives (unnamed), to granddaughter Mary Neale, to grandchildren, viz., William Boarman's children and to Richard Hobert, personalty. To son Anthony, Extr., and son James aforesaid, residue of estate. Witt: Raphael Neale, Catherine Ivory, and Thos. Writter.5 
Will*1 April 1725James made a will on 1 April 1725 at Wolleston Mannor, Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale Sr. of Wolleston Mannor, Charles Co, MD, gave to eldest son James Jr., deed of "Woolleston Mannor" aforesaid confirmed and personalty. To second son Henry, deed of 500 acres "Gills Land" confirmed; and personalty. To son Benjamin and heirs, 500 acres leased to and known by names of Davies, Antho. Smith, Jno. Castles and Tho. Sparkes; said son dying without issue to son William and heirs, and personalty. To son William and heirs 500 acres leased to Cha. Rocks, Nat. Freeman and Thomas Marrish; and all land at Matta Woman bought of Geo. Hinson; said son dying without issue or during minority, to son Benj and heirs; and personalty at age of 21. To wife Elizabeth and heirs, interest in 340 acres lying at Upper Machoteck, Va., lately in possession of Michael Webb and Benja. Berryman; 1/3 personal estate. To daughters Mary Deaton, formerly Vanswerring; Mary Tawney, formerly Neale; Ann, now wife of Mr. Edward Cole; and Margaret, personalty. To daughter Mildred, £30 at age or marriage. Extrs: Wife and sons Benjamin and William to divide residue of personal estate equally. Witt: Walter Storry, Thos. Taney & Joseph Alvey. Codicil: Son William and daughter Mildred to have no interest in bequests until they give bond to acquit themselves and heirs of all interest in certain slaves once property of daughter Elizabeth. Date and witnesses same as above will.1 
Death*before 11 October 1727He died before 11 October 1727 at Charles Co, MD. It was on this date that his will was proved.2,1 

Family 1

Elizabeth (of Wm of Leonard) Calvert b. c 1664, d. b 1687
Marriage*20 December 1681He married Elizabeth (of Wm of Leonard) Calvert, daughter of Col. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland) and Elizabeth (24) Stone, on 20 December 1681 at Charles Co, MD. This was the date of the marriage settlement of James Neale, son of James Neale and Ann his wife (daughter and heir of Benjamin Gill deceased) and Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. William Calvert and Elizabeth his wife.3 

Family 2

Elizabeth Lord b. c 1660
Marriage*1687James Neale Sr. married Elizabeth Lord, daughter of Capt. John Lord, in 1687.3 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 6, 1726-1732, p. 38 (will of James Neale Sr., Wolleston Mannor, Charles Co, MD, wife Elizabeth).
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 204 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  3. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  4. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).
  5. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 138 (will of Ann Neale).

Dorothy Neale1

F, b. circa 1652
FatherCapt. James Neale (Councillor)1 b. 1615, d. b 29 Mar 1684
MotherAnne Gill1 b. c 1625, d. b 3 Jun 1698
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1652Dorothy Neale was born circa 1652 at Europe.1 
Naturalized*1666She was naturalized in 1666 at Charles Co, MD. James Neale petitioned for and obtained the naturalization of his children Henrietta Maria, James, Dorothy, and Anthony Neale, born of Anne his wife during the time of his abode in foreign parts.1 
Married Namecirca 1670 As of circa 1670,her married name was Brooke. 
Marriage*circa 1670She married Roger Brooke circa 1670 at Charles Co, MD.2 

Family

Roger Brooke b. 20 Sep 1637, d. 8 Apr 1700
Children 1.Roger Brooke3 b. c 1672
 2.James Brooke3 b. c 1674
 3.Dorothy Brooke3 b. c 1676

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 204 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  3. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).

Anthony Neale1

M, b. 1659, d. 1723
FatherCapt. James Neale (Councillor)1 b. 1615, d. b 29 Mar 1684
MotherAnne Gill1 b. c 1625, d. b 3 Jun 1698
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*1659Anthony Neale was born in 1659 at Europe.1 
Naturalized*1666He was naturalized in 1666 at Charles Co, MD. James Neale petitioned for and obtained the naturalization of his children Henrietta Maria, James, Dorothy, and Anthony Neale, born of Anne his wife during the time of his abode in foreign parts.1 
Will - Father's*27 November 1683Anthony was named in his father's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")2 
Will - Mother's*28 June 1697Anthony was named in his mother's will on 28 June 1697 at Charles Co, MD. In her will Ann Neale gave to sons James and Anthony and their wives (unnamed), to granddaughter Mary Neale, to grandchildren, viz., William Boarman's children and to Richard Hobert, personalty. To son Anthony, Extr., and son James aforesaid, residue of estate. Witt: Raphael Neale, Catherine Ivory, and Thos. Writter.3 
Death*1723He died in 1723 at Charles Co, MD.1 

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 204 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).
  3. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 138 (will of Ann Neale).

Jane Neale1

F, b. after 1666
FatherCapt. James Neale (Councillor)1 b. 1615, d. b 29 Mar 1684
MotherAnne Gill1 b. c 1625, d. b 3 Jun 1698
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*after 1666Jane Neale was born after 1666 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Married Namecirca 1680 As of circa 1680,her married name was Boarman.1 
Marriage*circa 1680She married William Boarman circa 1680 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Will - Father's*27 November 1683Jane was named in her father's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")2 
Will - Sister's*6 April 1697Jane was named in her sister's will on 6 April 1697 at Talbot Co, MD. In her will Henrietta Maria Loyd of Talbot Co, MD, gave to mother Ann Neal, estate given testatrix by will of her father, and personalty during life; said personalty to pass to brother Anthony Neale and sister Jane Boreman. To son Richard Bennett, 400 acres of "The Folly," 400 acres of "Buckingham," on Sassafras River, and 2 town lots out of tract of land. To son Edward and heirs 250 acres of "Bettys Branch" bought of Rich'd Wooleman. To so Philemon, all land bought of Chas. Helmsely on the Great Island in Wye River and 216 acres of "The Outlet." To 2 sons Philemon and James, house and lot at the town on Wye River. To son James and heirs, 400 acres of "Timber Land" on Tuchahoe bought of Jas. Scott. To daughter Henrietta Maria 450 acres of "The Adventure" on St. Michael's River and "Upper Range" purchased of Geo. Hillock. To daughter Ann and heirs, 500 acres of "Loyd's Coftyne" bought of Henry Coftyne. To daughter Alice and heirs residue of "Buckingham." To daughter Margaret, "Groscoate" bought of Wm. Gross, "Lambert" bought of Henry Costin; "Court Road" bought of Jacob Gibson, all lying on Gross Creek in Wye River. To the priests of the Chapel at Wye River 100 acres of "Town Road" bought of Rich'd Hazeltine, and 200 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery" and also land bequeathed testatrix by Jno. Londy of Chester River. To Sarah Grason, 16 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery." To William Hunter, Mr. Gulick and Mr. Hubbard, all priests, personalty. To brother William Boreman and sister Jane Boreman, cousins Dorothy Brookes, Mary and Henrietta Neale, and to Joseph Hunniwell, personalty. To daughters Alice, Ann and Margaret jointly, the great wrought silver dish. To 8 children aforesaid, residue of personal estate; 2 shares bequeathed to daughter Margaret in lieu of one having been given to daughter Susanna Lowe, desiring daughter Margaret to remember Henrietta Maria Lowe, daughter of Susanna Lowe aforesaid. To mother Ann Neal, brothers James and Anthony Neal, sons Richard Bennet and Philemon Loyd, joint Extrs and to have charge of children until they attain majority. Witt: Philip Helmsey, Jno. Burke, Wm. Pruite and Wm. Fitzgerald.3 

Family

William Boarman b. 1654, d. 1720
Child 1.Jane Boarman2 b. c 1681

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).
  3. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 117 (will of Henrietta Maria Loyd, daughter of Ann Neale).

William Boarman1

M, b. 1654, d. 1720
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*1654William Boarman was born in 1654 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Marriage*circa 1680He married Jane Neale, daughter of Capt. James Neale (Councillor) and Anne Gill, circa 1680 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Will - Father-in-law*27 November 1683William was named in his father-in-law's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")2 
Will - Sister-in-law*6 April 1697William was named in his sister-in-law's will on 6 April 1697 at Talbot Co, MD. In her will Henrietta Maria Loyd of Talbot Co, MD, gave to mother Ann Neal, estate given testatrix by will of her father, and personalty during life; said personalty to pass to brother Anthony Neale and sister Jane Boreman. To son Richard Bennett, 400 acres of "The Folly," 400 acres of "Buckingham," on Sassafras River, and 2 town lots out of tract of land. To son Edward and heirs 250 acres of "Bettys Branch" bought of Rich'd Wooleman. To so Philemon, all land bought of Chas. Helmsely on the Great Island in Wye River and 216 acres of "The Outlet." To 2 sons Philemon and James, house and lot at the town on Wye River. To son James and heirs, 400 acres of "Timber Land" on Tuchahoe bought of Jas. Scott. To daughter Henrietta Maria 450 acres of "The Adventure" on St. Michael's River and "Upper Range" purchased of Geo. Hillock. To daughter Ann and heirs, 500 acres of "Loyd's Coftyne" bought of Henry Coftyne. To daughter Alice and heirs residue of "Buckingham." To daughter Margaret, "Groscoate" bought of Wm. Gross, "Lambert" bought of Henry Costin; "Court Road" bought of Jacob Gibson, all lying on Gross Creek in Wye River. To the priests of the Chapel at Wye River 100 acres of "Town Road" bought of Rich'd Hazeltine, and 200 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery" and also land bequeathed testatrix by Jno. Londy of Chester River. To Sarah Grason, 16 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery." To William Hunter, Mr. Gulick and Mr. Hubbard, all priests, personalty. To brother William Boreman and sister Jane Boreman, cousins Dorothy Brookes, Mary and Henrietta Neale, and to Joseph Hunniwell, personalty. To daughters Alice, Ann and Margaret jointly, the great wrought silver dish. To 8 children aforesaid, residue of personal estate; 2 shares bequeathed to daughter Margaret in lieu of one having been given to daughter Susanna Lowe, desiring daughter Margaret to remember Henrietta Maria Lowe, daughter of Susanna Lowe aforesaid. To mother Ann Neal, brothers James and Anthony Neal, sons Richard Bennet and Philemon Loyd, joint Extrs and to have charge of children until they attain majority. Witt: Philip Helmsey, Jno. Burke, Wm. Pruite and Wm. Fitzgerald.3 
Will - Mother-in-law*28 June 1697William was named in his mother-in-law's will on 28 June 1697 at Charles Co, MD. In her will Ann Neale gave to sons James and Anthony and their wives (unnamed), to granddaughter Mary Neale, to grandchildren, viz., William Boarman's children and to Richard Hobert, personalty. To son Anthony, Extr., and son James aforesaid, residue of estate. Witt: Raphael Neale, Catherine Ivory, and Thos. Writter.4 
Death*1720He died in 1720 at Charles Co, MD.1 

Family

Jane Neale b. a 1666
Child 1.Jane Boarman2 b. c 1681

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).
  3. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 117 (will of Henrietta Maria Loyd, daughter of Ann Neale).
  4. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 138 (will of Ann Neale).

Roger Brooke1

M, b. 20 September 1637, d. 8 April 1700
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*20 September 1637Roger Brooke was born on 20 September 1637.1 
Marriage*circa 1670He married Dorothy Neale, daughter of Capt. James Neale (Councillor) and Anne Gill, circa 1670 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Death*8 April 1700Roger Brooke died on 8 April 1700 at Calvert Co, MD, at age 62.1 

Family

Dorothy Neale b. c 1652
Children 1.Roger Brooke2 b. c 1672
 2.James Brooke2 b. c 1674
 3.Dorothy Brooke2 b. c 1676

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).

Jane Boarman1

F, b. circa 1681
FatherWilliam Boarman1 b. 1654, d. 1720
MotherJane Neale1 b. a 1666
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1681Jane Boarman was born circa 1681 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Will - GrFath's*27 November 1683Jane was named in her grandfather's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")1 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).

Roger Brooke1

M, b. circa 1672
FatherRoger Brooke1 b. 20 Sep 1637, d. 8 Apr 1700
MotherDorothy Neale1 b. c 1652
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1672Roger Brooke was born circa 1672 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Will - GrFath's*27 November 1683Roger was named in his grandfather's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")1 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).

James Brooke1

M, b. circa 1674
FatherRoger Brooke1 b. 20 Sep 1637, d. 8 Apr 1700
MotherDorothy Neale1 b. c 1652
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1674James Brooke was born circa 1674 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Will - GrFath's*27 November 1683James was named in his grandfather's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")1 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).

Dorothy Brooke1

F, b. circa 1676
FatherRoger Brooke1 b. 20 Sep 1637, d. 8 Apr 1700
MotherDorothy Neale1 b. c 1652
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1676Dorothy Brooke was born circa 1676 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Will - GrFath's*27 November 1683Dorothy was named in her grandfather's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")1 
Will - Aunt's*6 April 1697Dorothy was named in her aunt's will on 6 April 1697 at Talbot Co, MD. In her will Henrietta Maria Loyd of Talbot Co, MD, gave to mother Ann Neal, estate given testatrix by will of her father, and personalty during life; said personalty to pass to brother Anthony Neale and sister Jane Boreman. To son Richard Bennett, 400 acres of "The Folly," 400 acres of "Buckingham," on Sassafras River, and 2 town lots out of tract of land. To son Edward and heirs 250 acres of "Bettys Branch" bought of Rich'd Wooleman. To so Philemon, all land bought of Chas. Helmsely on the Great Island in Wye River and 216 acres of "The Outlet." To 2 sons Philemon and James, house and lot at the town on Wye River. To son James and heirs, 400 acres of "Timber Land" on Tuchahoe bought of Jas. Scott. To daughter Henrietta Maria 450 acres of "The Adventure" on St. Michael's River and "Upper Range" purchased of Geo. Hillock. To daughter Ann and heirs, 500 acres of "Loyd's Coftyne" bought of Henry Coftyne. To daughter Alice and heirs residue of "Buckingham." To daughter Margaret, "Groscoate" bought of Wm. Gross, "Lambert" bought of Henry Costin; "Court Road" bought of Jacob Gibson, all lying on Gross Creek in Wye River. To the priests of the Chapel at Wye River 100 acres of "Town Road" bought of Rich'd Hazeltine, and 200 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery" and also land bequeathed testatrix by Jno. Londy of Chester River. To Sarah Grason, 16 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery." To William Hunter, Mr. Gulick and Mr. Hubbard, all priests, personalty. To brother William Boreman and sister Jane Boreman, cousins Dorothy Brookes, Mary and Henrietta Neale, and to Joseph Hunniwell, personalty. To daughters Alice, Ann and Margaret jointly, the great wrought silver dish. To 8 children aforesaid, residue of personal estate; 2 shares bequeathed to daughter Margaret in lieu of one having been given to daughter Susanna Lowe, desiring daughter Margaret to remember Henrietta Maria Lowe, daughter of Susanna Lowe aforesaid. To mother Ann Neal, brothers James and Anthony Neal, sons Richard Bennet and Philemon Loyd, joint Extrs and to have charge of children until they attain majority. Witt: Philip Helmsey, Jno. Burke, Wm. Pruite and Wm. Fitzgerald.2 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 117 (will of Henrietta Maria Loyd, daughter of Ann Neale).

Col. Philemon Lloyd1

M, d. 1685
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Marriage*circa 1670Col. Philemon Lloyd married Henrietta Maria Neal, daughter of Capt. James Neale (Councillor) and Anne Gill, circa 1670.1 
Death*1685Col. Philemon Lloyd died in 1685.1 

Family

Henrietta Maria Neal b. 27 Mar 1647, d. 21 May 1697
Child 1.James Lloyd2 b. c 1672

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).

James Lloyd1

M, b. circa 1672
FatherCol. Philemon Lloyd1 d. 1685
MotherHenrietta Maria Neal1 b. 27 Mar 1647, d. 21 May 1697
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1672James Lloyd was born circa 1672 at Charles Co, MD.1 
Will - GrFath's*27 November 1683James was named in his grandfather's will on 27 November 1683 at Charles Co, MD. In his will James Neale gave to sons James and Anthony, gifts of land, etc., confirmed. To grandson Raphael Neale, 100 acres in Charles Co. To grandchildren, viz., Roger, James and Dorothy Brooke, Jane Boarman, daughter of William and Jane Boarman, and Jas. Lloyd, personalty. To wife Anne and son Anthony, aforesaid. Witt: John Darnall. (NOTE: He also left "to the poor of St. Giles' Parish, near London, £5 - to be sent to Mr. Henry Warrin.")1 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, p. 131 (will of James Neale, wife Anne).

Elizabeth (of Wm of Leonard) Calvert1

F, b. circa 1664, d. before 1687
FatherCol. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland)1 b. 1644, d. 26 May 1682
MotherElizabeth (24) Stone1
ChartsDescendants of Thomas Graves (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited19 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1664Elizabeth (of Wm of Leonard) Calvert was born circa 1664 at Maryland.1 
Married Name20 December 1681 As of 20 December 1681,her married name was Neale.1 
Marriage*20 December 1681She married James Neale Sr., son of Capt. James Neale (Councillor) and Anne Gill, on 20 December 1681 at Charles Co, MD. This was the date of the marriage settlement of James Neale, son of James Neale and Ann his wife (daughter and heir of Benjamin Gill deceased) and Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. William Calvert and Elizabeth his wife.1 
Death*before 1687Elizabeth (of Wm of Leonard) Calvert died before 1687.1 

Family

James Neale Sr. b. c 1650, d. b 11 Oct 1727

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Col. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland)1

M, b. 1644, d. 26 May 1682
FatherGov. Leonard Calvert1,2,3 b. 1606, d. 9 Jun 1647
Mother(-----) (-----)1 b. c 1600
ChartsDescendants of Thomas Graves (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited19 Jun 2021
Birth*1644Col. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland) was born in 1644 at Richmondshire, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1661/62He married Elizabeth (24) Stone, daughter of Capt. William Stone and Verlinda (5) Graves, circa 1661/62 at Maryland.1,3 
Death*26 May 1682Col. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland) died on 26 May 1682 at Wicomico River, Somerset Co, MD. He drowned in bad weather. 

Family

Elizabeth (24) Stone
Child 1.Elizabeth (of Wm of Leonard) Calvert1 b. c 1664, d. b 1687

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2781] Wikipedia.org, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_Calvert
  3. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Leonard Calvert (ca. 1606-1647), MSA SC 3520-198.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Gov. Leonard Calvert1

M, b. 1606, d. 9 June 1647
FatherSir George Calvert (1st Lord Baltimore)2 b. 1579, d. 15 Apr 1632
MotherAnne Mynne2 b. 1579, d. 1622
Last Edited19 Jun 2021
Birth*1606Gov. Leonard Calvert was born in 1606 at England.2 
Marriage*circa 1630He married (-----) (-----) circa 1630.1 
Death*9 June 1647Gov. Leonard Calvert died on 9 June 1647 at Maryland.2 

Family

(-----) (-----) b. c 1600
Child 1.Col. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland)+1,2,3 b. 1644, d. 26 May 1682

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).
  2. [S2781] Wikipedia.org, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_Calvert
  3. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Leonard Calvert (ca. 1606-1647), MSA SC 3520-198.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

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

F, b. circa 1600
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1600(-----) (-----) was born circa 1600.1 
Marriage*circa 1630She married Gov. Leonard Calvert, son of Sir George Calvert (1st Lord Baltimore) and Anne Mynne, circa 1630.1 
Married Namecirca 1630 As of circa 1630,her married name was Calvert.1 

Family

Gov. Leonard Calvert b. 1606, d. 9 Jun 1647
Child 1.Col. William Calvert (Secretary of Maryland)+1 b. 1644, d. 26 May 1682

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Gov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore)1,2

M, b. 8 August 1605, d. 30 November 1675
FatherSir George Calvert (1st Lord Baltimore)1 b. 1579, d. 15 Apr 1632
MotherAnne Mynne1 b. 1579, d. 1622
Last Edited19 Jun 2021
Birth*8 August 1605Gov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore) was born on 8 August 1605 at County Kent, England.1,3 
Marriage*1627/28He married Anne Arundell (Arundell?) in 1627/28.3 
Death*30 November 1675Gov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore) died on 30 November 1675 at Middlesex, England, at age 70.3 

Family

Anne Arundell (Arundell?) b. c 1607, d. 1649
Child 1.Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore)+4 b. 27 Aug 1637, d. 20 Feb 1714/15

Citations

  1. [S2781] Wikipedia.org, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_Calvert
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Cecilius Calvert (1605-1675), Second Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-191. <https://msa.maryland.gov/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/000100/…
  3. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Cecilius Calvert (1605-1675), Second Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-191.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  4. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calvert (1637-1714/15), Third Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-193.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Anne Mynne1

F, b. 1579, d. 1622
Last Edited19 Jun 2021
Birth*1579Anne Mynne was born in 1579 at England.2 
Marriage*circa 1604She married Sir George Calvert (1st Lord Baltimore), son of Leonard Calvert and Grace 'Alicia' Crossland, circa 1604.1 
Married Namecirca 1604 As of circa 1604,her married name was Calvert.1 
Death*1622Anne Mynne died in 1622 at England.2 

Family

Sir George Calvert (1st Lord Baltimore) b. 1579, d. 15 Apr 1632
Children 1.Gov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore)+1 b. 8 Aug 1605, d. 30 Nov 1675
 2.Gov. Leonard Calvert+1 b. 1606, d. 9 Jun 1647

Citations

  1. [S2781] Wikipedia.org, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_Calvert
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Cecilius Calvert (1605-1675), Second Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-191.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Elizabeth Lord1

F, b. circa 1660
FatherCapt. John Lord1 b. c 1630
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1660Elizabeth Lord was born circa 1660 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Married Name1687 As of 1687,her married name was Neale. 
Marriage*1687She married James Neale Sr., son of Capt. James Neale (Councillor) and Anne Gill, in 1687.1 

Family

James Neale Sr. b. c 1650, d. b 11 Oct 1727

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Capt. John Lord1

M, b. circa 1630
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1630Capt. John Lord was born circa 1630.1 
Land conveyed*28 November 1687He conveyed land on 28 November 1687. It was on this date that Capt. John Lord of Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co, VA conveys land to James Neale of Wollaston, Charles Co, MD.1 

Family

Child 1.Elizabeth Lord1 b. c 1660

Citations

  1. [S3138] Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol VIII, 1912, p. 205 (Neale Family of Charles County, by Christopher Johnston).

Richard Bennett1

M, b. circa 1667
FatherRichrard (2) Bennett1 b. c 1640, d. b 6 May 1667
MotherHenrietta Maria Neal1 b. 27 Mar 1647, d. 21 May 1697
ChartsDescendants of Richard Bennett (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited17 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1667Richard Bennett was born circa 1667 at AnneArundel Co, MD.1 
Will - Mother's*6 April 1697Richard was named in his mother's will on 6 April 1697 at Talbot Co, MD. In her will Henrietta Maria Loyd of Talbot Co, MD, gave to mother Ann Neal, estate given testatrix by will of her father, and personalty during life; said personalty to pass to brother Anthony Neale and sister Jane Boreman. To son Richard Bennett, 400 acres of "The Folly," 400 acres of "Buckingham," on Sassafras River, and 2 town lots out of tract of land. To son Edward and heirs 250 acres of "Bettys Branch" bought of Rich'd Wooleman. To so Philemon, all land bought of Chas. Helmsely on the Great Island in Wye River and 216 acres of "The Outlet." To 2 sons Philemon and James, house and lot at the town on Wye River. To son James and heirs, 400 acres of "Timber Land" on Tuchahoe bought of Jas. Scott. To daughter Henrietta Maria 450 acres of "The Adventure" on St. Michael's River and "Upper Range" purchased of Geo. Hillock. To daughter Ann and heirs, 500 acres of "Loyd's Coftyne" bought of Henry Coftyne. To daughter Alice and heirs residue of "Buckingham." To daughter Margaret, "Groscoate" bought of Wm. Gross, "Lambert" bought of Henry Costin; "Court Road" bought of Jacob Gibson, all lying on Gross Creek in Wye River. To the priests of the Chapel at Wye River 100 acres of "Town Road" bought of Rich'd Hazeltine, and 200 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery" and also land bequeathed testatrix by Jno. Londy of Chester River. To Sarah Grason, 16 acres part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery." To William Hunter, Mr. Gulick and Mr. Hubbard, all priests, personalty. To brother William Boreman and sister Jane Boreman, cousins Dorothy Brookes, Mary and Henrietta Neale, and to Joseph Hunniwell, personalty. To daughters Alice, Ann and Margaret jointly, the great wrought silver dish. To 8 children aforesaid, residue of personal estate; 2 shares bequeathed to daughter Margaret in lieu of one having been given to daughter Susanna Lowe, desiring daughter Margaret to remember Henrietta Maria Lowe, daughter of Susanna Lowe aforesaid. To mother Ann Neal, brothers James and Anthony Neal, sons Richard Bennet and Philemon Loyd, joint Extrs and to have charge of children until they attain majority. Witt: Philip Helmsey, Jno. Burke, Wm. Pruite and Wm. Fitzgerald.1 

Citations

  1. [S2200] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774, CD #5206, Calendar of Wills, Vol 2, 1685-1702, p. 117 (will of Henrietta Maria Loyd, daughter of Ann Neale).

Anne Arundell (Arundell?)1

F, b. circa 1607, d. 1649
Last Edited19 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1607Anne Arundell (Arundell?) was born circa 1607 at Wardour, England.1 
Married Name1627/28 As of 1627/28,her married name was Calvert.1 
Marriage*1627/28She married Gov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore), son of Sir George Calvert (1st Lord Baltimore) and Anne Mynne, in 1627/28.1 
Death*1649Anne Arundell (Arundell?) died in 1649.1 

Family

Gov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore) b. 8 Aug 1605, d. 30 Nov 1675
Child 1.Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore)+2 b. 27 Aug 1637, d. 20 Feb 1714/15

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Cecilius Calvert (1605-1675), Second Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-191.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calvert (1637-1714/15), Third Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-193.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore)1

M, b. 27 August 1637, d. 20 February 1714/15
FatherGov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore)1 b. 8 Aug 1605, d. 30 Nov 1675
MotherAnne Arundell (Arundell?)1 b. c 1607, d. 1649
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*27 August 1637Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore) was born on 27 August 1637 at England.1 
Marriage*1666He married Jane Lowe in 1666. She was the daughter of Vincent Lowe, of Denby, England & widow of Henry Sewell.1 
Death*20 February 1714/15Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore) died on 20 February 1714/15 at England at age 77.1 

Family

Jane Lowe b. c 1640, d. 1700
Children 1.Benedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore)+2 b. 1679, d. 16 Apr 1715
 2.Gov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland)+3 b. 1680, d. 2 Feb 1733/34

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calvert (1637-1714/15), Third Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-193.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), Fourth Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-190.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  3. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calverty (?-1733/34), MSA SC 3520-194.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Jane Lowe1

F, b. circa 1640, d. 1700
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1640Jane Lowe was born circa 1640 at Denby, England.1 
Married Name1666 As of 1666,her married name was Calvert.1 
Marriage*1666She married Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore), son of Gov. Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore) and Anne Arundell (Arundell?), in 1666. She was the daughter of Vincent Lowe, of Denby, England & widow of Henry Sewell.1 
Death*1700Jane Lowe died in 1700.1 

Family

Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore) b. 27 Aug 1637, d. 20 Feb 1714/15
Children 1.Benedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore)+2 b. 1679, d. 16 Apr 1715
 2.Gov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland)+3 b. 1680, d. 2 Feb 1733/34

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calvert (1637-1714/15), Third Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-193.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), Fourth Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-190.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  3. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calverty (?-1733/34), MSA SC 3520-194.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Benedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore)1

M, b. 1679, d. 16 April 1715
FatherCharles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore)1 b. 27 Aug 1637, d. 20 Feb 1714/15
MotherJane Lowe1 b. c 1640, d. 1700
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1679Benedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore) was born in 1679 at Maryland.1 
Marriage*1698/99He married Lady Charlotte Lee in 1698/99. She was the daughter of Edward Henry Lee (1663-1716), Earl of Lichfield, and wife Charlotte Fitzroy. Divorced in 1705, Charlotte subsequently married in 1719 Christopher Crewe.1 
Death*16 April 1715Benedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore) died on 16 April 1715 at Epsom, County Surrey, England.1 

Family

Lady Charlotte Lee b. c 1680
Child 1.Charles Calvert (5th Lord Baltimore)+2 b. 29 Sep 1699, d. 24 Apr 1751

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), Fourth Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-190.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), Fourth Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-195.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Charles Calvert (5th Lord Baltimore)1

M, b. 29 September 1699, d. 24 April 1751
FatherBenedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore)1 b. 1679, d. 16 Apr 1715
MotherLady Charlotte Lee2 b. c 1680
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*29 September 1699Charles Calvert (5th Lord Baltimore) was born on 29 September 1699 at England.1 
Death*24 April 1751He died on 24 April 1751 at age 51.3 

Family

(-----) (-----) b. c 1700
Child 1.Benedict Swingate Calvert+3 b. c 1724, d. 1788

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), Fourth Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-195.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), Fourth Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-190.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…
  3. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calvert (1699-1751), 5th Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-195.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Lady Charlotte Lee1

F, b. circa 1680
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1680Lady Charlotte Lee was born circa 1680 at England.1 
Marriage*1698/99She married Benedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore), son of Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore) and Jane Lowe, in 1698/99. She was the daughter of Edward Henry Lee (1663-1716), Earl of Lichfield, and wife Charlotte Fitzroy. Divorced in 1705, Charlotte subsequently married in 1719 Christopher Crewe.1 
Married Name1698/99 As of 1698/99,her married name was Calvert.1 

Family

Benedict Leonard Calvert (4th Lord Baltimore) b. 1679, d. 16 Apr 1715
Child 1.Charles Calvert (5th Lord Baltimore)+1 b. 29 Sep 1699, d. 24 Apr 1751

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), Fourth Lord Baltimore, MSA SC 3520-190.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Elizabeth Clavert1

F, b. 1730, d. 1798
FatherGov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland)2 b. 1680, d. 2 Feb 1733/34
MotherRebecca Gerard2 b. 1706, d. 1734/35
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1730Elizabeth Clavert was born in 1730 at England.1 
Marriage*27 April 1748She married Benedict Swingate Calvert, son of Charles Calvert (5th Lord Baltimore) and (-----) (-----), on 27 April 1748.1 
Married Name27 April 1748 As of 27 April 1748,her married name was Calvert.1 
Death*1798Elizabeth Clavert died in 1798.1 

Family

Benedict Swingate Calvert b. c 1724, d. 1788
Child 1.Eleanor 'Nellie' Calvert+1 b. 1753, d. 28 Sep 1811

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Benedict Calvert (ca. 1724-1788).
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/…
  2. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calverty (?-1733/34), MSA SC 3520-194.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Gov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland)1

M, b. 1680, d. 2 February 1733/34
FatherCharles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore)1 b. 27 Aug 1637, d. 20 Feb 1714/15
MotherJane Lowe1 b. c 1640, d. 1700
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1680Gov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland) was born in 1680 at England.1 
Marriage*21 November 1722He married Rebecca Gerard on 21 November 1722. She was the daughter of John Gerard (1678-1715) of Prince George's County, a merchant and planter, and his wife Elizabeth.1 
Death*2 February 1733/34Gov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland) died on 2 February 1733/34 at Annapolis, Anne Arundel Co, MD.1 

Family

Rebecca Gerard b. 1706, d. 1734/35
Child 1.Elizabeth Clavert+1 b. 1730, d. 1798

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calverty (?-1733/34), MSA SC 3520-194.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

Rebecca Gerard1

F, b. 1706, d. 1734/35
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1706Rebecca Gerard was born in 1706 at Prince George's Co, MD.1 
Marriage*21 November 1722She married Gov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland), son of Charles Calvert (3rd Lord Baltimore) and Jane Lowe, on 21 November 1722. She was the daughter of John Gerard (1678-1715) of Prince George's County, a merchant and planter, and his wife Elizabeth.1 
Married Name21 November 1722 As of 21 November 1722,her married name was Calvert.1 
Death*1734/35Rebecca Gerard died in 1734/35.1 

Family

Gov. Charles Calvert (Gov. of Maryland) b. 1680, d. 2 Feb 1733/34
Child 1.Elizabeth Clavert+1 b. 1730, d. 1798

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calverty (?-1733/34), MSA SC 3520-194.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

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

F, b. circa 1700
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1700(-----) (-----) was born circa 1700 at England.1 

Family

Charles Calvert (5th Lord Baltimore) b. 29 Sep 1699, d. 24 Apr 1751
Child 1.Benedict Swingate Calvert+1 b. c 1724, d. 1788

Citations

  1. [S3139] Archives of Maryland (Biographical Serices), Charles Calvert (1699-1751), MSA SC 3520-195.
    <https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/…

John Lee (Lies or Lyes)1

M, b. circa 1595, d. February 1630
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1595John Lee (Lies or Lyes) was born circa 1595 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England.1 
Marriage*before 1616He married Jane Hancock before 1616 at England.1 
Death*February 1630John Lee (Lies or Lyes) died in February 1630 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England.1 

Family

Jane Hancock b. c 1595, d. 1639
Children 1.John Lee1 b. Sep 1616
 2.Col. Richard Lee (the Emigrant)+1 b. b 22 Mar 1618, d. 1664
 3.Thomas Lee1 b. c 1620

Citations

  1. [S2512] Paul C. Nagel, The Lees of Virginia, Seven Generations of an American Family, p. 8.

Jane Hancock1

F, b. circa 1595, d. 1639
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1595Jane Hancock was born circa 1595 at Twining (Twyning), Gloucestershire, England.1 
Marriage*before 1616She married John Lee (Lies or Lyes) before 1616 at England.1 
Married Namebefore 1616 As of before 1616,her married name was Lee.1 
Will*1639Jane made a will in 1639 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England. Jane Hancock Lee died in 1639, leaving a will which favored sons John and Thomas to the apparent disadvantage of Richard.1 
Death*1639She died in 1639 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England.1 

Family

John Lee (Lies or Lyes) b. c 1595, d. Feb 1630
Children 1.John Lee1 b. Sep 1616
 2.Col. Richard Lee (the Emigrant)+1 b. b 22 Mar 1618, d. 1664
 3.Thomas Lee1 b. c 1620

Citations

  1. [S2512] Paul C. Nagel, The Lees of Virginia, Seven Generations of an American Family, p. 8.

John Lee1

M, b. September 1616
FatherJohn Lee (Lies or Lyes)1 b. c 1595, d. Feb 1630
MotherJane Hancock1 b. c 1595, d. 1639
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*September 1616John Lee was born in September 1616 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England.1 
Will - Mother's*1639John was named in his mother's will in 1639 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England. Jane Hancock Lee died in 1639, leaving a will which favored sons John and Thomas to the apparent disadvantage of Richard.1 

Citations

  1. [S2512] Paul C. Nagel, The Lees of Virginia, Seven Generations of an American Family, p. 8.

Thomas Lee1

M, b. circa 1620
FatherJohn Lee (Lies or Lyes)1 b. c 1595, d. Feb 1630
MotherJane Hancock1 b. c 1595, d. 1639
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1620Thomas Lee was born circa 1620 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England.1 
Will - Mother's*1639Thomas was named in his mother's will in 1639 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England. Jane Hancock Lee died in 1639, leaving a will which favored sons John and Thomas to the apparent disadvantage of Richard.1 

Citations

  1. [S2512] Paul C. Nagel, The Lees of Virginia, Seven Generations of an American Family, p. 8.

Col. Thomas Lee1

M, b. 1690, d. 14 November 1750
FatherRichard Lee II (The Scholar)1 b. 1646, d. 12 Mar 1714
MotherLaetitia Corbin1 b. 1657, d. 6 Oct 1706
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1690Col. Thomas Lee was born in 1690 at Mount Pleasant, Machodoc River, Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1725He married Hannah Harrison Ludwell circa 1725 at Westmoreland Co, VA.2 
Death*14 November 1750Col. Thomas Lee died on 14 November 1750 at Stratford Hall, Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Burial*Thomas was buried at Burnt House Fields Cemetery, Coles Point, Westmoreland Co, VA.1 

Family

Hannah Harrison Ludwell b. 5 Dec 1701, d. 25 Jan 1750

Hannah Harrison Ludwell1

F, b. 5 December 1701, d. 25 January 1750
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*5 December 1701Hannah Harrison Ludwell was born on 5 December 1701 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1725 As of circa 1725,her married name was Lee.1 
Marriage*circa 1725She married Col. Thomas Lee, son of Richard Lee II (The Scholar) and Laetitia Corbin, circa 1725 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Death*25 January 1750Hannah Harrison Ludwell died on 25 January 1750 at Stratford Hall, Westmoreland Co, VA, at age 48.1 
Burial*Hannah was buried at Burnt House Fields Cemetery, Coles Point, Westmoreland Co, VA.1 

Family

Col. Thomas Lee b. 1690, d. 14 Nov 1750

Lt. Col. Henry Lee1

M, b. 1691, d. 25 August 1747
FatherRichard Lee II (The Scholar)1 b. 1646, d. 12 Mar 1714
MotherLaetitia Corbin1 b. 1657, d. 6 Oct 1706
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1691Lt. Col. Henry Lee was born in 1691 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1723He married Mary Elizabeth Bland circa 1723 at Westmoreland Co, VA.2 
Death*25 August 1747Lt. Col. Henry Lee died on 25 August 1747 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 

Family

Mary Elizabeth Bland b. 31 Aug 1704, d. 1764
Child 1.Henry Lee II+3 b. 1729, d. Oct 1787

Mary Elizabeth Bland1

F, b. 31 August 1704, d. 1764
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*31 August 1704Mary Elizabeth Bland was born on 31 August 1704 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1723 As of circa 1723,her married name was Lee.1 
Marriage*circa 1723She married Lt. Col. Henry Lee, son of Richard Lee II (The Scholar) and Laetitia Corbin, circa 1723 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Death*1764Mary Elizabeth Bland died in 1764 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Burial*Mary was buried at Burnt House Fields Cemetery, Coles Point, Westmoreland Co, VA.1 

Family

Lt. Col. Henry Lee b. 1691, d. 25 Aug 1747
Child 1.Henry Lee II+2 b. 1729, d. Oct 1787

Henry Lee II1

M, b. 1729, d. October 1787
FatherLt. Col. Henry Lee1 b. 1691, d. 25 Aug 1747
MotherMary Elizabeth Bland1 b. 31 Aug 1704, d. 1764
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1729Henry Lee II was born in 1729 at Westmoreland Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1755He married Lucy Grymes circa 1755.2 
Death*October 1787Henry Lee II died in October 1787 at Prince William Co, VA.1 
Burial*Henry was buried at Leesylvania Plantation Graveyard, Prince William Co, VA.1 

Family

Lucy Grymes b. 1734, d. 1792
Child 1.Henry 'Light-Horse Harry' Lee III+3 b. 29 Jan 1756, d. 25 Mar 1818

Lucy Grymes1

F, b. 1734, d. 1792
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*1734Lucy Grymes was born in 1734 at Middlesex Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1755 As of circa 1755,her married name was Lee.1 
Marriage*circa 1755She married Henry Lee II, son of Lt. Col. Henry Lee and Mary Elizabeth Bland, circa 1755.1 
Death*1792Lucy Grymes died in 1792 at Prince William Co, VA.1 

Family

Henry Lee II b. 1729, d. Oct 1787
Child 1.Henry 'Light-Horse Harry' Lee III+2 b. 29 Jan 1756, d. 25 Mar 1818

Henry 'Light-Horse Harry' Lee III1

M, b. 29 January 1756, d. 25 March 1818
FatherHenry Lee II1 b. 1729, d. Oct 1787
MotherLucy Grymes1 b. 1734, d. 1792
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*29 January 1756Henry 'Light-Horse Harry' Lee III was born on 29 January 1756 at Dumfries, Prince William Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1797He married Anne Hill Carter circa 1797.2 
Death*25 March 1818Henry 'Light-Horse Harry' Lee III died on 25 March 1818 at Dungeness, Camden Co, GA, at age 62. Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer, US Congressman. The father of Civil War Confederate General Robert E. Lee, his lightning raids against the British during the American Revolution earned him the nickname "Light-Horse Harry." He also wrote the famous epitaph of George Washington, "First in War, first in Peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen." Born in Leesylvania, Prince William County, Virginia, he graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in 1773. A captain in the Virginia Cavalry in 1776, his unit joined General George Washington's Army. In 1778, he was promoted to Major and commanded a cavalry troop called "Lee's Legion," which he led in a daring raid on the British post at Paulus Hook, New Jersey. In 1780, he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and fought under General Nathaniel Greene. After the war, Lee served in the Virginia House of Delegates and in the Congress, from 1785 to 1788, then served as Governor of Virginia from 1791 to 1794. He commanded the troops sent by President George Washington in 1794 to end the Whisky Rebellion. A member of the Federalist Party, he served as a Congressman from 1799 to 1801. In later years, Lee fell into debt, and in 1808 to 1809, he was imprisoned in debtor's prison, during which time he wrote his "Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States." In the strife that led up to the War of 1812, he was injured while trying to protect a friend from rioters in Baltimore, Maryland, receiving wounds from which he never recovered. He died at Dungeness, on Cumberland Island, Georgia. Originally buried in Greene Family Cemetery, he was reinterred at the Lee Chapel Museum in Lexington in 1913.1 
Burial*Henry was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

Family

Anne Hill Carter b. 26 Mar 1773, d. 26 Jun 1829
Child 1.Gen. Robert Edward Lee+2 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870

Anne Hill Carter1

F, b. 26 March 1773, d. 26 June 1829
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*26 March 1773Anne Hill Carter was born on 26 March 1773 at Charles City Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1797 As of circa 1797,her married name was Lee.1 
Marriage*circa 1797She married Henry 'Light-Horse Harry' Lee III, son of Henry Lee II and Lucy Grymes, circa 1797.1 
Death*26 June 1829Anne Hill Carter died on 26 June 1829 at Ravensworth, Fairfax Co, VA, at age 56. Ann Carter Lee is buried near her son, Robert E. Lee at the Lee Chapel in Lexington, VA. A myth of the Lee family is that Ann was wrongly pronounced dead in the fall of 1805. She was placed in a coffin and a funeral was held and her remains placed in the family vault. A week later the sexton entered the Lee vault to put fresh flowers on the casket, he heard her cry for help. She soon revivied and regained her health. 15 months later on January 19, 1807 she gave birth to a boy who was named Robert E. Lee.1 
Burial*Anne was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

Family

Henry 'Light-Horse Harry' Lee III b. 29 Jan 1756, d. 25 Mar 1818
Child 1.Gen. Robert Edward Lee+1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870

George Washington Custis Lee1

M, b. 16 September 1832, d. 18 February 1913
FatherGen. Robert Edward Lee1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870
MotherMary Ann Randolph Custis1 b. 1 Oct 1808, d. 6 Nov 1873
ChartsDescendants of John Custis II (Arlington, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Adam Thorowgood (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*16 September 1832George Washington Custis Lee was born on 16 September 1832 at Fort Monroe, Elizabeth City Co, VA.1 
Death*18 February 1913He died on 18 February 1913 at Annadale, Fairfax Co, VA, at age 80. Civil War Confederate General. Though an accomplished man in his own right, he is better remembered as the eldest son of Robert E. Lee. Raised an 'Army brat' and thus often denied daily contact with his father, he was educated in a series of private boarding schools, lastly at the mathematics academy of Benjamin Hallowell. At 17 he received an appointment to West Point from President Zachary Taylor and at the Academy had, as did his father before him, an outstanding academic record. Custis barely missed expulsion at the start of his second year due to an alcohol related incident, but continued his good class work. Under the command of father during his final two years at school, he graduated first in the Class of 1854 and was assigned to the Corps of Engineers. During his time in the Army he had duty in California, Georgia, and Florida; upon the October 10, 1857, death of his grandfather George Washington Parke Custis he inherited Arlington House. The property was taken via a spurious claim of non-payment of taxes during the Civil War, eventually to become Arlington National Cemetery. After the war Custis sued for recovery of his house and land and in an 1882 Supreme Court decision won his case; having never harbored a desire to see the dead dug up, he sold his title to the federal government for $150,000 in 1883. Stationed in Washington, D.C. at the outbreak of war, Custis resigned his commission and tendered his services to Virginia. Commissioned in the Confederate Army in July 1861, he was named aide-de-camp to President Davis the next month and promoted to Colonel. Thru most of the conflict he was to serve as Davis' assistant and earned respect, though questions persist; by some accounts, Custis wanted field duty and was prevented from accepting it either by Davis' superior rank or by his father's, while according to other versions of the tale he lacked confidence in his own abilities and was happy behind a desk. Whatever the truth, he did maintain a home on East Franklin Street in Richmond where he cared for his invalid mother. He was sent on frequent fact-finding missions for the President and his engineering skills were put to occasional use as when he supervised the fortification of Drewery's Bluff on the James River in the spring of 1862. Named Brigadier General on June 25, 1863, he commanded Richmond troops during the period covering the Battle of Gettysburg. In 1864 he was placed in charge of the defense of Richmond and commanded at Chaffin's Bluff where he did a good enough job that the Union did not take Richmond until after the surrender at Appomattox. Promoted to Major General on October 20, 1864, he participated in the final retreat from Petersburg and was captured at Sayler's Creek on April 6, 1865, though he was released when the war ended three days later. When his father accepted the presidency of Washington College, Custis followed his parents to Lexington where he held a professorship of civil engineering at VMI while helping to design the Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee; named President of the University of Maryland in 1867, he declined the post after public protest of a Confederate getting the job and returned to Lexington. Upon his father's death Custis became President of what would one day be Washington and Lee University, remaining in office until 1897 and during his tenure donating Charles Willson Peale's 1772 portrait of George Washington to the Lee Chapel. After retirement he moved into Ravensworth Mansion, the Fairfax County estate of his by-then deceased younger brother Rooney, where he lived out his days.
Bio by: Bob Hufford.1 
Burial*George was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

Mary Custis Lee1

F, b. 12 July 1835, d. 22 November 1918
FatherGen. Robert Edward Lee1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870
MotherMary Ann Randolph Custis1 b. 1 Oct 1808, d. 6 Nov 1873
ChartsDescendants of John Custis II (Arlington, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Adam Thorowgood (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*12 July 1835Mary Custis Lee was born on 12 July 1835 at Arlington, Arlington Co, VA.1 
Death*22 November 1918She died on 22 November 1918 at Hot Springs, Bath Co, VA, at age 83. Mary was the second child and first daughter of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Custis Lee and she outlived all of her siblings. Mary was recorded as being the most aloof and outspoken of the Lee children and she assumed little, if any, of the responsiblity of helping to run the large Lee household; she was also regarded as "stern" and "bossy" and preferred to be "away from home" much of the time. She loved to travel so much that, in her later years, she roamed the globe almost continuously, collecting visiting cards from nobility and was overseas when World War One began. Mary has the distinction of being partially responsible for her father's move to Lexington, VA and his acceptance of the Presidency of Washington College there and she also has the distinction of being the first person to be cremated and interred in Lexington. After the deaths of her brothers and sisters, Mary was proud to announce to anyone who would listen that she was "the last surviving child of General Robert E. Lee."1 
Burial*Mary was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Arlington, Lexington City, VA.1 

William Henry Fitzhugh 'Rooney' Lee1,2

M, b. 31 May 1837, d. 15 October 1891
FatherGen. Robert Edward Lee1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870
MotherMary Ann Randolph Custis1 b. 1 Oct 1808, d. 6 Nov 1873
ChartsDescendants of John Custis II (Arlington, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Adam Thorowgood (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*31 May 1837William Henry Fitzhugh 'Rooney' Lee was born on 31 May 1837 at Arlington, Arlington Co, VA.1 
Death*15 October 1891He died on 15 October 1891 at Ravensworth, Fairfax Co, VA, at age 54. Civil War Confederate Major General, US Congressman. He was the third child and second son of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. After graduation from Harvard University he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Army, serving from 1857 until he resigned in 1859 to become a planter. At the start of the Civil War, he was commissioned a Captain in the Confederate Cavalry and made Major in the Virginia Volunteers. In April 1862, he was promoted Colonel of the 9th Virginia Cavalry Regiment and participated the Antietam Campaign. He was promoted Brigadier General and commanded the 3rd Cavalry Brigade at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and at Brandy Station where he captured. He was exchanged in March 1864 and was promoted as the youngest Confederate Army Major General in April 1864. He commanded a Cavalry Division at Petersburg and was second in command of Cavalry at Appomattox at the end of the war. In 1886 he was elected as a Democrat to represent Virginia’s 8th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1887 until his death in office in 1891.
Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith.1 
Burial*William was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S2259] findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11012/…
  2. [S2512] Paul C. Nagel, The Lees of Virginia, Seven Generations of an American Family, p. 1-2 (The Lees of Virginia: A Selective Genealogy Chart).

Anne 'Annie' Carter Lee1

F, b. 18 June 1839, d. 20 October 1862
FatherGen. Robert Edward Lee1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870
MotherMary Ann Randolph Custis1 b. 1 Oct 1808, d. 6 Nov 1873
ChartsDescendants of John Custis II (Arlington, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Adam Thorowgood (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*18 June 1839Anne 'Annie' Carter Lee was born on 18 June 1839 at Arlington, Arlington Co, VA.1 
Death*20 October 1862She died on 20 October 1862 at Warrenton, Warren Co, NC, at age 23. Anne, or Annie as she was called, was the second daughter and third child of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Custis Lee and she was the only child of the seven Lee children to die before her father. Black-haired and pretty, Annie was the least outgoing of the four Lee girls and she was extremely attached to her father, as he was to her. She lost the sight in one eye due to an accident with a pair of scissors but she managed, despite continuing ill health, to enjoy teaching slave children and she was once captured by Federal troops during the Civil War, along with her mother and her sister, Mildred. Upon Mrs. Lee's request, an exchange was made and she and her daughters were allowed (by the Union General McClellan)to pass unmolested back into Confederate territory where General Lee was personally waiting for them with open arms. Annie developed typhoid fever in the autumn of 1862 and, despite desperate measures by family members, she died. General Lee never recovered from the grief of losing his "Annie".
Annie was originally buried near Warrenton, North Carolina but, in 1994, her remains were moved to lie with her family members in the Lee Chapel and Museum in Lexington, Virginia.
Annie Carter Lee, the second daughter of Robert Edward Lee and Mary Anne Randolph Custis Lee, was born in 1839 at Arlington, the 10,000-acre plantation built by her grandfather on the Potomac River overlooking Washington, D.C. Both of her parents were native Virginians. Her mother was the only surviving child of George Washington Parke Custis, the grandson of George Washington's wife Martha. Her paternal grandmother, Ann Carter Lee, for whom she was named, was the wife of "Light Horse Harry" Lee, a Revolutionary War hero and close associate of George Washington.
Upon graduating second in his class at West Point, Robert E. Lee began his career with the Army Corps of Engineers where he was often given assignments that created extended separations from his wife and seven children. Lee strived to be a dedicated and doting father despite his absences from home. He had a special bond with Annie, whom he nicknamed "Little Raspberry" due to a reddish birthmark on her face. She was a gifted and competent young woman. However, she was shy, due to a childhood injury that disfigured an eye. She and her sister Agnes, who were known as "The Girls" by the family, were so close they were often thought of as twins.
Annie Carter Lee was twenty-three at the start of the war that left her family homeless and her father a hero. In June 1862, after the Union Army occupied their home at Arlington, Annie and Agnes were sent to a popular resort outside of Warrenton named Jones Springs (also known as White Sulphur Springs) for safety. Several months after her arrival, Annie died of typhoid fever while her father was serving as commanding general of the Army of Northern Virginia. Unable to take their beloved Annie's body home across enemy lines, her mother gratefully accepted the resort owner's generous offer to lay her to rest in the nearby Jones family cemetery. General Lee visited her grave with Agnes shortly before his death during his final Southern tour in 1870.
In 1994, Lee family members requested that bring Annie Carter Lee's remains be brought back to Virginia to be reunited with her parents and siblings in the family crypt at Lee Chapel in Lexington, Virginia, where her father had served as president of Washington and Lee University after the war. The granite obelisk created in her honor by a Confederate veteran in 1866 remains behind.1 
Burial*1863Anne was buried in 1863 at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

Eleanor Agnes 'Agrey' Lee1

F, b. 27 February 1841, d. 15 October 1873
FatherGen. Robert Edward Lee1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870
MotherMary Ann Randolph Custis1 b. 1 Oct 1808, d. 6 Nov 1873
ChartsDescendants of John Custis II (Arlington, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Adam Thorowgood (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*27 February 1841Eleanor Agnes 'Agrey' Lee was born on 27 February 1841 at Arlington, Arlington Co, VA.1 
Death*15 October 1873She died on 15 October 1873 at Lexington, Albemarle Co, VA, at age 32. Called simply "Agnes," she was the third daughter and fifth child of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Custis Lee. Like her three sisters, she never married chiefly because the General simply could not let go of his girls. However, there was one young soldier who was determined to make Agnes his bride - but he got nowhere since the General proclaimed him too "unsettled" to take a wife. Agnes attended the Virginia Female Institute in her youth and later on she did much traveling with her father as a companion and nurse. A deeply religious young woman, she is perhaps best remembered for her delightful journal (published in 1984) that detailed life in the South and the ups and downs of the Lee family. After her father's death in 1870, Agnes never fully recovered from her grief and, to her family's intense sorrow, she succumbed to typhoid fever. She is interred with her family members in the Lee Chapel and Museum in Lexington, Virginia.1 
Burial*Eleanor was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

Capt. Robert Edward 'Rob' Lee Jr.1

M, b. 27 October 1843, d. 19 October 1914
FatherGen. Robert Edward Lee1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870
MotherMary Ann Randolph Custis1 b. 1 Oct 1808, d. 6 Nov 1873
ChartsDescendants of John Custis II (Arlington, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Adam Thorowgood (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*27 October 1843Capt. Robert Edward 'Rob' Lee Jr. was born on 27 October 1843 at Arlington, Arlington Co, VA.1 
Death*19 October 1914He died on 19 October 1914 at Upperville, Fauquier Co, VA, at age 70. Robert E. Lee, Jr. was the sixth child and third son of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Custis Lee. When his father first laid eyes on his namesake he said: "He has a long fine nose like his father, but no whiskers." Rob, as he was called, was a favorite of his father and he used to get into bed with the General in the mornings for talking sessions. A rather laid-back person, with simple tastes, Rob attended boarding schools during the 1850s and, unlike his two older brothers, he did not want to have a military career. However, when the Civil War was in progress, he enlisted as a private (1862) and then he was eventually appointed a Captain. He inherited the Romancock property from his grandfather and he retired there after the war, later writing Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee which was published in 1904. This work remains an important source for reference to this day. Rob married twice; he married his first wife, Charlotte Haxall, in November of 1871 and then, after Charlotte's death, he married Juliet Carter (April 6, 1860 - Nov. 17, 1915). Juliet is buried beside Rob in the Lee family crypt in Lexington, Va.1 
Burial*Robert was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

Mildred Childe Lee1

F, b. 10 February 1845, d. 27 March 1905
FatherGen. Robert Edward Lee1 b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 12 Oct 1870
MotherMary Ann Randolph Custis1 b. 1 Oct 1808, d. 6 Nov 1873
ChartsDescendants of John Custis II (Arlington, Burgess at Jamestown)
Descendants of Adam Thorowgood (First Families of Virginia)
Last Edited20 Jun 2021
Birth*10 February 1845Mildred Childe Lee was born on 10 February 1845 at Arlington, Arlington Co, VA.1 
Death*27 March 1905She died on 27 March 1905 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LA, at age 60. Mildred was the youngest child of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Custis Lee. She was a great favorite of the family, nicknamed "Precious Life" and, although she was rather plain and tending towards plumpness, she had a vital and captivating spirit. General Lee always used to say that she brought light into any room she entered. Mildred was very close to her father and when he died, she seemed to lose any purpose in her life. She traveled extensively but found little joy in it. She died in New Orleans, LA and was brought back to join her other family members in the crypt at the Lee Chapel and Museum.1 
Burial*Mildred was buried at Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, VA.1 

William Savage (Nansemond)1

M, b. circa 1714
Last Edited11 Aug 2021
Birth*circa 1714William Savage (Nansemond) was born circa 1714.1 
Land Processioned*1752He was named in processioners return in 1752 at Nansemond Co, VA. And later Caleb Savage was in possessions of the same land.1 
Tax list*1789He was on the tax list in 1789 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 

Family

Child 1.Caleb Savage Sr.+1 b. c 1740, d. b 1810

Citations

  1. [S3135] Lynn Bryan Trowbirdge. 17 Paintbrush Lane. Orinda. CA 94563 < and e-mail address>, The Savage Family of Nansemond Co, VA & Gates Co, NC and their descendants' DNA matches to Wm Edward 'Ted' Savage of Accomack Co, VA.

Elizabeth (-----)1

F, b. circa 1750, d. circa 1815
Last Edited21 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1750Elizabeth (-----) was born circa 1750 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 
Marriage*circa 1770She married Caleb Savage Sr., son of William Savage (Nansemond), circa 1770 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 
Married Namecirca 1770 As of circa 1770,her married name was Savage.1 
Death*circa 1815Elizabeth (-----) died circa 1815.1 

Family

Caleb Savage Sr. b. c 1740, d. b 1810
Children 1.Caleb (of Caleb Sr) Savage Jr.1 b. c 1770
 2.Nancy (of Calel Sr) Savage1 b. c 1771
 3.Jesse (of Caleb Sr) Savage1 b. c 1773
 4.Thomas (of Caleb Sr) Savage1 b. c 1775
 5.Abel (of Caleb Sr) Savage+1 b. 1777, d. a 7 May 1838
 6.John (of Caleb Sr) Savage+1 b. c 1779, d. a 13 Jun 1844
 7.Betsey (of Caleb Sr.) Savage1 b. c 1781

Citations

  1. [S3135] Lynn Bryan Trowbirdge. 17 Paintbrush Lane. Orinda. CA 94563 < and e-mail address>, The Savage Family of Nansemond Co, VA & Gates Co, NC and their descendants' DNA matches to Wm Edward 'Ted' Savage of Accomack Co, VA.

Nancy (of Calel Sr) Savage1

F, b. circa 1771
FatherCaleb Savage Sr.1 b. c 1740, d. b 1810
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1750, d. c 1815
Last Edited21 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1771Nancy (of Calel Sr) Savage was born circa 1771 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S3135] Lynn Bryan Trowbirdge. 17 Paintbrush Lane. Orinda. CA 94563 < and e-mail address>, The Savage Family of Nansemond Co, VA & Gates Co, NC and their descendants' DNA matches to Wm Edward 'Ted' Savage of Accomack Co, VA.

Betsey (of Caleb Sr.) Savage1

F, b. circa 1781
FatherCaleb Savage Sr.1 b. c 1740, d. b 1810
MotherElizabeth (-----)1 b. c 1750, d. c 1815
Last Edited21 Jun 2021
Birth*circa 1781Betsey (of Caleb Sr.) Savage was born circa 1781 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 

Citations

  1. [S3135] Lynn Bryan Trowbirdge. 17 Paintbrush Lane. Orinda. CA 94563 < and e-mail address>, The Savage Family of Nansemond Co, VA & Gates Co, NC and their descendants' DNA matches to Wm Edward 'Ted' Savage of Accomack Co, VA.

Ann (-----)1

F, b. circa 1810, d. after 7 June 1842
Last Edited7 Aug 2021
Birth*circa 1810Ann (-----) was born circa 1810 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 
Marriage*1837She married John (of Caleb Sr) Savage, son of Caleb Savage Sr. and Elizabeth (-----), in 1837 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 
Married Name1837 As of 1837,her married name was Savage.1 
Death*after 7 June 1842Ann (-----) died after 7 June 1842 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 
Marriage Named in*16 October 1856She was named as a parent in a marriage record on 16 October 1856 at Nansemond Co, VA. It was on this date that Jackson B. Wilkins, age 27, the son of Samuel Wilkins and Mary, married Texana V. Savage, age 18, the daughter of John Savage and Ann.2 

Family

John (of Caleb Sr) Savage b. c 1779, d. a 13 Jun 1844
Children 1.Texana V. Savage1 b. 4 Mar 1840, d. 3 Sep 1889
 2.Mary Melissa Savage+1 b. 19 Oct 1840, d. 24 Mar 1914

Citations

  1. [S3135] Lynn Bryan Trowbirdge. 17 Paintbrush Lane. Orinda. CA 94563 < and e-mail address>, The Savage Family of Nansemond Co, VA & Gates Co, NC and their descendants' DNA matches to Wm Edward 'Ted' Savage of Accomack Co, VA.
  2. [S802] Ancestry.com web page, Ancestry.com, Jackson B. Wilkins & Texana V. Savage in the Virginia, U.S., Select Marriages, 1785-1940.

Alexander H. Savage1

M, b. 1830, d. 1911
FatherJohn (of Caleb Sr) Savage1 b. c 1779, d. a 13 Jun 1844
MotherRebecca Lytton1 b. c 1800, d. b 1837
Last Edited21 Jun 2021
Birth*1830Alexander H. Savage was born in 1830 at Nansemond Co, VA.1 
Death*1911He died in 1911.1 

Citations

  1. [S3135] Lynn Bryan Trowbirdge. 17 Paintbrush Lane. Orinda. CA 94563 < and e-mail address>, The Savage Family of Nansemond Co, VA & Gates Co, NC and their descendants' DNA matches to Wm Edward 'Ted' Savage of Accomack Co, VA.