FUCHSIA COLOR IS Tony L. Johnson, Peggy Johnson and Lee
Johnson’s Relations mostly: Burton & Hatcher RELATIONS
BLUE IS CLUES TO HUDSON JOHNSON
GREEN IS KNOWN MICHAEL JOHNSON DNA INFORMATION AND CONNECTING INORMATION
-The I, I1, and I1a lineages are nearly completely restricted to northwestern Europe. These would most likely have been common
within Viking populations. One lineage of this group extends down into central Europe. Haplogroup I dates to 23,000 years ago or
longer. Lineages not in branches I1a, I1b or I1c are found distributed at low
frequency throughout Europe Group White Oak http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i.html#Group_White_Oak
Purple is my Cousin Joe Matlock’s Research
Haplogroup I -The I, I1, and I1a lineages are nearly completely restricted to northwestern Europe. These would most likely have been common within Viking populations. One lineage of this group extends down into central Europe. Haplogroup I dates to 23,000 years ago or longer. Lineages not in branches I1a, I1b or I1c are found distributed at low frequency throughout Europe Group Sessile Oak Maroon is the assigned color: Researchers are Avin Euell Johnson: John Kenneth Johnston: Terry Merrell Johnson: Dean Allen Johnson: Richard Johnson: Michael Lee Johnson: John Raines Johnson: Eugene F. Johnson: Robert Leonard Johnson: William Jefferson Johnson: Richard Karl Johnson: Robert Hugh Johnston: Jeffery M. Johnstone: David Keith Johnston: Lorne Alvin Johnston: William Bradley Maurice Johnston: Clifford Alexander Johnston: Richard William Johnston: Joseph Duant Johnston: George Edward Johnston: Philip Sherman Johnston: Oliver Renaud Johnston: David F. Johnston: E.D.L. Johnston: Robert Edward Johnston: Robert J. Johnston: Nancy Breidenthal
Group Leader: Jeffery Johnson e-mail at:
Haplogroup I2A -This subgroup of Haplogroup I is found within the Balkans countries at it's greatest frequency and diversity. These countries probably harbored this subset of Haplogroup I as a refuge during the Last Glacial Maximum. Group PIN OAK http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i1b.html
Group Leader is: Leonard Johnson
Indigo Color is: Haplogroup 12a Researchers Carl Johnson (brother of Charlotte JOHNSON) and James Clifford Johnson: This subgroup of Haplogroup I is found within the Balkans countries at it's greatest frequency and diversity. These countries probably harbored this subset of Haplogroup I as a refuge during the Last Glacial Maximum. Group Burr OAK Group Leader: Charlotte JOHNSON email: email@example.com.
Lime is the Color assigned to this DNA GROUP OF JOHNSON RESEARCHERS and will be added to Current Files of Johnson and Allied Families in Faquier Co. Va. Halifax Co. Va. Pittsylvania Co. Granville Co. NC
Haplogroup R1b1 -Haplogroup R1b is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded throughout Europe as humans re-colonized after the last glacial maximum 10-12 thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroup containing the Atlantic modal haplotype . Group Elm
Group Leaders is
Turquoise is the DNA of Jeffery Michael Johnson
Haplogroup E3a - Haplogroup E3a is an Africa lineage. It is currently hypothesized that this haplogroup dispersed south from northern Africa within the last 3,000 years, by the Bantu agricultural expansion. E3a is also the most common lineage among African Americans
Group Leader is
My Notes On This Group: The Roman Empire was the first to use troops all over the world they left blood groups ever where they went from Countries of Africa to England: The Roman Empire was one of the VAST spreading Empires in the World to first use troops of other Countries it conquered. The use of using other troops from Conquered Countries spread with each developing Empire.
Red is the County lines and Parish Lines: These lines can and will change people in a County or in a Parish. This is to serve as a Time line to show changes, in lines or in changes where families moved to from this area.
Teal is being used for Quaker dates, these are not the same as the Julian Calender for all the other information, these need to be transcribed to be used in a Julian Calender.
Quaker dates have not been translated Before the 1752 calendar change, the first month of the year was March. From: Mary E. Stewart
In 1752 the new year began to be counted from Jan 1. Before that it ran from March 26-March 25, Julian Calender changed. So a date in July 1750 would be earlier in the same "year" as one in Feb 1750 (which once 1752 rolled around, would be thought of as the next year). From: Barbara Schenck
Haplogroup E1b1b1: This lineage is estimated to have originated in north-eastern Africa about 23,000 years ago. Some of its branches exited Africa during the Paleolithic, and today it can be found in Europe, the Middle East, and north and east Africa. Lines of LBJ coming off Samuel E. Johnson Descendants. Researchers are David F. Johnson, Brett Kerry Johnson: Orange Color:
Group Leader is
Haplo groups R1b-R1b1C is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded through out Europes as humans re colonized after the las glacial maximum 10-12 thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroups containing the Atlantic modal haplotype. Group is Black Oak: Color is Brown: Researcher is Dean Johnston: Thomas Johnson reside Pits.Co Va 1776 moved to Washington Co.
Group Leader is
Plum Color is Haplo group I2b1 Group Cherrybark Oak I2b: The I2b lineage likely has its roots in northern France. Today it is found most frequently within Viking / Scandinavian populations in Northwest Europe and extends at low frequencies into Central and Eastern Europe. Researchers: Daryl Keith Johnson, Larry Dean Johnson, Mark Younger Johnson
Group Leader: Valerie Johnson
Blue-Grey is being used to show where German Dutch and Holland families lived and those connected to these families
These files come from numerous Johnson-Johnston-Johnstone-Jonson-Jonston researchers and Sent to Tony L. Johnson who compiled the information” Please share with Other researchers”
Report made by Tony L. Johnson a descendant of Hudson Johnson and Agness Johnson of Bartons Creek, Dickson Co. Tn, Big Creek Hawkins Co Tn and Buffalo Creek of Henry Co. Va.
The link to the Johnson/Johnston/Johnstone DNA Project is:
The link to the J/J/J Research site is:
The Richard Johnson below came to the Colonies as the Servant of William Farrar. Richard Johnson owned properties in Bermuda Hundred and Neck of Land. He had a wife Elizabeth Johnson and son Francis Johnson who he transported in 1639 to the Colonies. William Farrar Attorney is reported to have been christened on Apr 28 1583 in Croxton Parish, Lincolnshire.
The reported Father of William Farrar is John Farrar born 1548 in Ewood, Halifax, Yorkshire, England, and died May 1628 in Croxton, Lincolnshire, England. The Family coat of arms is found in College of Arms; Bretton, "Heraldry in the Halifax Parish Church:" Harl. Soc., Visitations of Hertfordshire, p. 53) Mother is reported to be Cecily Kelke, born before 1552 daughter of William Kelke and Thomasine Skerne and they married Aug. 26, 1574 at St. Sepulchre's Church without Newgate, England,. They lived at the Manor of Croxton, Lincolnshire, only about five miles from Barnetby, home of the Kelkes. William Kelkes mercer of London, off Christopher Kelke of the Manor of Barnet-by-the-Wold, Lincolnshire, and Great Kelke, Yorkshire.
Of Note is John Farrar’s will in May 28 1628: John Farrer, the elder of London, Esquire, of parish of St. Mary Aldermanbury Parish.
Alos of note is one Nicholas Ferrar, he is widely associated with the parish church of St. Sythes and his portrait, by Janssen, is to be seen at Cambridge in the Master's Lodge at Magdalen College. This is where we believe the Rev. Edward Johnson was educated at prior to coming to the colonies
All of the Farrars are descended from the de Ferriers who came to England with William Conqueror in 1066, and then from the Ferris family of Leicestershire, England, descended from Henri de Ferriers, son of Gwalchalme de Ferriers, who was Master of Horse to the Duke of Normandy. His name is found "upon the Battle Abbey Roll". We do know that there was a Henry Ferriers who came with William the Conqueror to England from a town named Ferriers or Ferrieres in France. His descendants continue to possess the estate of Baddlesley Clinton, Warwickshire, England. The Ferriers were a distinguished family in England and France. The surname is originally Norman and means "one who works in iron", which could have been in any country. http://www.angelfire.com/al2/bcampbell/farrar.html
It should also be noted to Johnson researchers that William Farrar’s brother Henry Farrar was married to one Martha Woodward daughter of a John Woodward
We now know that William Farrar brought his servant Richard Johnson to the Colonies with him. Lets take a look at what we can find out about the Johnson families where William Farrar was raised in Lincolnshire, then lets look at Johnson families associated with Halifax Parish Church. The Johnson families associated with Parish of St. Mary Aldermanbury Parish and also Johnson families that might be associated with the Manor of Croxton. As these are known areas where William Farrar lived and frequented.
Professional researchers used such ancient manuscripts as the Domesday Book (compiled in 1086 by William the Conqueror), the Ragman Rolls, the Wace poem, the Honour Roll of the Battle Abbey, The ''Curia Regis'', Pipe Rolls, the Falaise Roll, tax records, baptismals, family genealogies, and local parish and church records to establish that the first record of the name Johnson was found in Lincolnshire where they had been granted lands by Duke William on his conquest of England in 1066. http://www.tripatlas.com/Johnson
Also of Note the name Johnson was found in Lincolnshire where they had been granted lands by Duke William of Normandy on his conquest of England in 1066. The Normans were commonly believed to be of French origin but, more accurately, they were of Viking origin
The surname Johnson emerged as a notable family name in the county of Lincoln. Many of the ancient and leading houses of the Johnson family name claim descendancy originally from the house of FitzJohn in Normandy, particularly that of one of the leading branches and oldest, that of the Johnsons of Ayscough-Fee in the county of Lincolnshire.
Sir John Walpole sold the Ayscough-Fee Hall to John Johnson in 1658 and his family stayed there until 1851. http://britannia.com/tours/lincs/swlinc38.html
1658: Dymoke Walpole's eldest son Sir John Walpole, sold the house to John Johnson
The Johnsons emerged from the neighbouring town of Pinchbeck, and bought the hall from puritan Walpole’s son in 1658. Rising through the law, they had wealth and learning and, by the early 1700s, the leisure to enjoy it. Maurice Johnson II, the second in a line of six Johnsons bearing the same Christian name to own Ayscoughfee, made an indelible mark. http://new.edp24.co.uk/content/PlaceinHistory/content/43AyscoughfeeHall.aspx
Ayscoughfee Hall, now a museum and tourist information centre, has a history dating back to early medieval times. In the past, staff at the Hall have reported feeling a ghostly presence around the rooms and galleries, which used to be home to the late Maurice Johnson and his family. http://www.bbc.co.uk/lincolnshire/unexplained/ayscoughfee_ghostwatch.shtml
Maurice Johnson, the antiquarian was the eldest son of Maurice Johnson and his wife Jane née Johnson of Ayscoughfee Hall, Spalding Linconshire, and was born at Ayscoughfee Hall on 19th June 1688. He was admitted a member of the Society of the Inner Temple on 26th May 1705, and called to the Bar on 26th June 1710. On 5th January 1709/10 he married Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of William Ambler of Holyrood House, Spalding, and by her had 26 children. Maurice Johnson's armorial bearings were granted to his great-great grandfather, Martyn Johnson, Lord of the Manors of Aunsby and Sutterton, by Cooke Clarenceaux, King of Arms sometime between 1567 and 1593. The water-bouget in the arms allude to the initials MJ, and this device is used on the tie of members of the Spalding Gentlemen's Society. Maurice Johnson lived chiefly in Spalding, following antiquarian pursuits. http://www.rogerparsons.info/johnson.html
Manor of Aunsby (Ounesby)
The manor of Norman by by Spittal was granted to the dean and chapter by Henry Beck, nephew of Bishop Thomas Beck, to maintain two chantries in Norman by church and one in the cathedral. (fn. 170) In 1324 a licence was granted for the manor of Aunsby [Ounesby] to be alienated to the dean and chapter, who were to find three chaplains to pray for the souls of Robert de Lacy, formerly treasurer of the cathedral, Richard de Rowell, formerly canon, and Hervey de Luda, custodian of the altar of St. Peter.
1346 the return is the same with the exception of the omission of Mumby and Theddlethorpe, and the addition of half a knight's fee in Claypole, a quarter in Stoke, a quarter in Ormsby, a tenth in Thurlby, three quarters, a fifth, and one fifty-fourth in Aunsby.
From: 'Lincoln cathedral', A History of the County of Lincoln: Volume 2 (1906), pp. 80-96. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=37987 Date accessed: 28 January 2009.
1428 no mention was made of Timberland, Claypole, Stoke, Thurlby, Scredington and Tetford, but a quarter of a fee is mentioned in Thorpe-in-theFallows, a quarter in Fillingham and in Hemswell, and lesser portions in North Ormsby and Utterby. (fn. 177)
From: 'Lincoln cathedral', A History of the County of Lincoln: Volume 2 (1906), pp. 80-96. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=37987 Date accessed: 28 January 2009.
1649-50 mentions these manors in Lincolnshire: Glentham, Fillingham, Navenby, Normanby (2), Crosholm, Osbournby, Greetwell, Aunsby, Willingham, Southrey, Welton Panshall, Westhall with Goringhall, Beckhall, Brinkhall and Rivehall, Friesthorpe, Asgarby, Scamblesby, Maltby, Caistor, Corringham and South Scarle; also the manors of Hambledon, Empingham and Ketton in Rutland; of Gretton, Nassington and Marston St. - Lawrence in Northamptonshire; of Great Paxton in Hunts; of Walton in Bucks; of Langford in Beds; of Chesterfield in Derbyshire; and of Mansfield and Edwinstowe in Notts. (fn. 191)
From: 'Lincoln cathedral', A History of the County of Lincoln: Volume 2 (1906), pp. 80-96. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=37987 Date accessed: 28 January 2009.
Maurice Johnson II (1688-1755). http://www.andersonandglenn.com/architecture3.htm
Of note is St. Marys and St. Nicolas Parish is currently associated with Spalding Lincolnshire
The Anglican parish church is dedicated to St. Mary and St. Nicholas and was rebuilt in 1294. (JB) It was originally a Benedicting priory, founded in 1051 by Thorold de BOKENHALE. It was extensively repaired and restored in 1865 and again in 1886 Anglican parish registers exist from 1550 for marriages, 1538 for baptisms and burials. http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/LIN/Spalding/#ChurchHist
William Waynflete (c. 1395 – 1486), Bishop, born as William Patten in Wainfleet, was ordained in Spalding Parish Church on 21 April 1420, was appointed provost of Eton College soon after its foundation and founded Magdalen College, Oxford in 1448. On 11 October 1456 he was appointed Lord Chancellor of England [Ketteringham, 1995
Now getting back to a Time line on Richard Johnson servant of William Farrar
In 1671 Richard Johnson is with Thomas Johnson in Deeds mentioned in Gilbert Elams land deeds. I need to locate the deeds of Gilbert Elam in the era of 1671 as this will give us more details on Richard and Thomas Johnson. But it appears to me that Thomas Johnson is some sort of relation to Richard Johnson who was the servant of William Farrar.
The History of Gilbert Elams deeds is as Follows; 1671: Gilbert Elams lands were in Bermuda Hundred by Richard Johnson and Thomas Shippey, another land deed in 1671 show his lands by Richard Johnson, Thomas Shippey, Henry Lowin (Henry Lound), William Hatcher, Thomas Wells, Fox Slash, Martin Elam, Robert Bowman Jr and Martin Elam.
1674 and in 1676 Gilbert Elams Plantation is by William Hatcher and Henry Lound.
1679 Gilbert Elam Sr is in William Randolph’s distirict of Varina Parish Henrico Co.
1680 Gilber Elams lands is beside Edward Hatcher and Benjamin Hatcher.
1686 Gilbert Elam is in Henrico Co. Court testifying against Edward Hatcher.
1705 Gilbert Elam Sr. and Gilbert Elam Jrs lines in the deeds of William Byrd whose lands are also beside Philemon Childers, Henry Trent Powhattan Branch of Powhite Creek(disputed lands of Blisland Parish and St. Peters Parish where Edward Johnson is found), John Pleasants lands, Westham Creek, the lower French Lines, Jeremy Benskins lines, Abraham Mishew lines, Manchfeild Woodhouse Branch, Bowmans Lines in Varina Parish Henrico Co and the Poakashock also know as Shocco Creek (See Daniel Johnson’s deeds)
The Deeds below are to assist in locating where these Lands Richard Johnson owned on Henrico River might have went and who his neighbors were on the lands Ricahrd Johnson owned in Henrico Co. and where the lands and neighbors went to. As these land deeds seem to be first filed in Charles City Co and then in Henrico Co. Va.
The people that owned lands in this area will first be found in Henrico Co, then in 1655 era they are in Westover Parish and Bermuda Hundred. Later on in 1670 they are in Varina Parish and in Bristol Parish.
Present day City of Petersburg was originally formed as Fort Henry in 1645, renamed Peter's Point and then renamed Petersburg in 1733. Established in 1748, it was incorporated as a town in 1784 and incorporated as a city in 1850. Parent counties for the City of Petersburg were Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, and Prince George County. In 1784, the towns of Blandford, Pocahontas and Ravenscroft were added.
In the below you will find the Surnames Randolph and John Zouch both of these are cousin Lines coming off Sir Humphrey De Bohun and his wife
1622 Richard Johnson aged 22 yeares arrived in the Southampton which sailed out of London England
Capt. Samuel Mathews, upon whose plantation Peter Montague resided, came from England in the ship " Southampton " in 1622, in the same ship came Robert Mathews. http://www.montaguemillennium.com/history/montague/america/peter_lineage/1-pm1603.html
The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of Jordans Jorney taken the 21th of January 1624 The MUSTER of m' William Ferrar & m's Jordan
William Ferrar aged 31 years in the Neptune in August 1618
Sisley Jordan aged 24 yeres in the Swan in August 1610
Mary Jordan her daughter aged 3 yeares
Margaret Jordan aged 1 yeares
Temperance Baley aged 7 yeares
Thomas Williams aged 24 yeares in the Dutie May 1618
Robert Turner aged 26 yeres in the Tryall June 1619
William Dawson aged 25 yeres in the Discovery March 1621
Roger Preston aged 21 yeares in the Discoverie March 1621
John Hely aged 24 yeares in the Charles November 1621
Robert Manuell aged 25 yeres in the Charles November 1621
Richard Johnson aged 22 yeares in the Southampton 1622
William Hatfield aged in the Southampton 1622
John Pead 35 yeares old in the same Shipp
John Freame aged 16 yeares in the same Shipp
20 November 1635. William Dawson Description: 150 acres lying wth.in the first small creeke of Warresquioake Great Creeke, being the N:Wt. betweene Henry Hoopers land, and the 1st point wth.in the Great Creeke Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 316 (Reel 1).
22 August 1638. William hatfield Location: Northumberland County. Description: 300 acres next adjoining to the land of Percivall Champion run.g up a creek called Dumpling Island Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 592 (Reel 1).
24 August 1638 William hatfield Location: Northumberland County. Description: 100 acres in Nansanund River upon the southern branch of the said river, butting east upon a creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 593 (Reel 1).
24 August 1638. William Hatfield Location: Upper Norfolk County. Description: 200 acres in Nansainund River, on the southern branch of said river joining on a little creek downwards. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 593 (Reel 1).
21 September 1652 John Pead: Description: 150 acres beg.g at a marked pine of Willm. Bearlines on the southern side of Winters Harbour. Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 127 (Reel 2).
22 November 1682. John Peade "Orphan of George Peade" Location: Gloucester County. Description: 317 acres lying on the south side of Winter Harbour Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 215 (Reel 7).
John Freame reported t Birth: 1608 in Gloucester, England Death: 17 DEC 1655 in Charles City married Anne Clay
Children of John Freame and Anne Clay
Mary Freame b: ABT 1630 in Charles City, Va married William Justice
Notes: John Freames off spring will be found involved with the off spring of Michael Johnson
1635 November 14 Thomas Shippey: Description: 250 acres south upon Robert Greene west upon the river, over agst. the neck of land, north upon the Fower Mile Creeke.
1635 Nov 14, Thomas Shippey received 250 acres south upon land of Robert Greene http://www.crossedbrushstudio.com/windowsintoourpast/Vol6/Families.htm#_edn4
1735 Robert Green Henrico Co p. 474. Will pro. 7 Apr. 1735.
Fower Mile Creeke
11 July 1637 Thomas Shippey Location: Henrico County. Description: 300 acres about 2 miles above Curles. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 436 (Reel 1).
JUN 1679 Three Tithables, Bermuda Hundred, Varina, Henrico, VA
Thomas Shippey, Sr. (b. 1603), of Henrico County, Va., was an original landed proprietor, 1637. He was born in England.
1688 Thomas Shippey p. 5-6. Inv. & appr. rec. 12 Oct. 1688. Henrico Co
Martha, widow and relict of Thomas Shippy, who died intrestate is granted administration of his estate 9 Oct 1684.
REPORTED CHILDREN OT THOMAS SHIPPEY AND WIFE MARTHA
Thomas Shippey, Jr., of Henrico County, Va., was an original landed proprietor born BEF 1640 in HENRICO COUNTY VIRGINIA Death: AFT 1679 in HENRICO COUNTY VIRGINIA married Martha Brown
Edward Stratton, 2d, m. Martha Shippey (d. 1721);
Elizabeth Shippey reported to have married Jeremiah Brown Probate: 1 DEC 1690 Henrico County, VA and Edward Osborne ABT. 1645 Death: BET. 6 JAN 1696/97 - 1 APR 1697
Frances Shippey aka Sheepy, Shippy and Sheppey, died 1698. She was the daughter of Thomas Shippey. She married January 01, 1694/95 in Henrico County, Virginia. John Archer, born 1644 in Virginia; died Bet. March 14, 1716/17 and November 14, 1718 in Bermuda Hundred, He was the son of George Archer and Mary Bevill (?). He married second: Martha Field before August 2, 1711 Henrico County, Virginia
Mary Shippey married to Joseph Tanner Death: 1668 then to Gilbert Platt Death: along the James River, was Henrico Co, Virginia/along the James River, was Henrico Co, Virginia MAY 1692 in Bermuda Hundred,
Reported Children of Edward Stratton and Martha Shippey
i Mary STRATTON b: 1684 reported to have married William Batte 1 May 1704 in Saint Johns, Henrico, Virginia son of Henry Batte and Mary Lound
ii Prudence STRATTON : 27 AUG 1698 in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico Co., VA reported to have married Henry Anderson who was also married to Elizabeth Claiborne
iii Martha STRATTON b: ABT 1677 reported to have married George Cox
iv Sarah STRATTON was born in 1694 in Prince George Co., Va. She died in 1725 in Prince George Co., Va.. reported to have married Col Richard Jones: Born 1692 in Bristol Parish, Prince George Co., VA (now Dinwiddie) died JUN 1759 in Raleigh Parish, in Amelia Co Son of Capt. Richard Jones and Amy Batte : Reported Grandson of rev. Richard Jones and Margaret Llewellyn
v Edward III STRATTON ABT 1679 in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico Co., reported to have married Anne Batte daughter of Henry Batte and Anne Lound Grand daughter of Henry Lound also Grand daughter of John Batte and Martha Katherine Mallory Great Grand daughter of REV. Thomas Mallory Birth: 1566 in Studely, Yorkshire, England Death: 3 APR 1644 in Deanery-House, Chester, Cheshire, England and Elizabeth Vaughn
NOTES: Martha Katherine Mallory’s brother was the Rev. Dr. Thomas Mallory:
A Phillip Mallory who served as the Rector of Hampton Parish who will leave and go back to England about 1661 where he died. He left his estates in the Virginia Colonies to his Nephew Roger Mallory. It is reported that the Reverend Robert Mallory descends from Aline (Aliva) BASSETT: Mrs. Mallory wife of Rev. Phillip Mallory IS INVOLVED IN THE Estate of Rev. Edward Johnson in York Co.
Notes; The Rev. Phillip Mallory is also a brother of Martha Katherine Mallory, he married Catherine Batte daughter of Robert Batte vice-master of University College, Oxford, and Mary Elizabeth Perry
Notes: Catherine Battes brother is one Capt. John Batte of Charles City Co: married to Martha Mallory, sister of Rev. Philip Mallory
vi Elizabeth STRATTON b: 27 AUG 1675 in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico Co., VA married Thomas Chamberlain –Thomas CHAMBERLAYNE and Gilbert Fyfe
? Anna Stratton born ABT 1712 in Henrico County, VA Death: 1756 in Henrico County, VA married Joseph Watson son of John Watson and Alice Rowen Watson
We also know from below that one Phillip Mallory and Mrs. Mallory are involved in the Estate of Reverend Edward Johnson. Phillip Mallory who served as the Rector of Hampton Parish who will leave and go back to England about 1661 where he died. He left his estates in the Virginia Colonies to his Nephew Roger Mallory. It is reported that the Reverend Robert Mallory descends from Aline (Aliva) BASSETT Born: 1241 Married to Sir Hugh II LE DESPENCER. This Bassett lines goes back to Thurston Basset “The Norman” who came to England with William of Anjou. Her Paternal Aunt Aliva Basett married Dreux De Montague and Richard Talbot. The De Montague lines are the Fore Fathers of Peter De Montague of Coxes Creek in Colonial Virginia. The De Montague lines in the colonies also come off of William Count of Anjou.
The De Bassett families have Margaret Basset, Countess Hereford & Essex Birth: ABT 1320 Death: AFT 1347 married to John De Bohun Earl Hereford 9 & Essex Birth: 23 NOV 1305 in St. Clements Death: 20 JAN 1334/35 in Kirkby-Thore, Wetsmoreland, England · Burial: Stratford Abbey, London City, Middlesex (now London), England John De Bohun was the Lord High Constable of England. John De Bohun is the son of Sir Humphrey De Bohun b: 1276 in earliest record / Essex or Herefordshire, England and his wife Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet : 7 AUG 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Caernarvon, Gwynedd (medieval principalitiy), Wales
We now know that Mrs. Mallory the wife if Rev. Phillip Mallory was married to Catherine Batte the daughter of Robert Batte and Mary Elizabeth Perry. This Batte family is married into the families that live on the Appomattox River at Fort Henry.
1638 May 7 Thomas Ellis: Location: Henrico County. Description: 50 acres between two Brookes that pteth. neck of land from the land lately belonging to Sir. John Zouch Kt. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 567 (Reel 1)
1638 May 14: Abraham Wood: Location: Charles City County: Description: 400 acres on Appamattox River, adjoining the land of John Baker &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 557 (Reel 1)
31 May 1636 John Baker: Location: Henrico County. "At the foot of the record it states patt. renewed &c. in the name of Seth Ward Novr. 17, 1643 and a pat. of 750 acres dated Feby. 13, 1635, granted sd. Ward and 450 acres added unto them." Description: 50 acres upon the two mile creek, in Varinae. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 352 (Reel 1).
12 July 1637 John Baker: Location: Henrico County. Description: 200 acres near unto Varinaes, eastly. Upon the head of Seath Ward’s land. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 434 (Reel 1).
20 November 1637 John Baker: Location: Charles City County. Description: 650 acres part of the land upon Causons field Creek, east upon Appamattox River, north towards the City Creeke; the remainder east on sd. river; S0: alongst sd. creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 497 (Reel 1).
6 May 1638 Joseph Boarne Location: Charles City County. Description: 500 acres bounded north towards the land of John Baker. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 544 (Reel 1).
4 December 1641. Nathaniel Tatum: Location: Charles City County Description: 500 acres on Appomattox River. Begg. &c., upon the farther side of a creek that parteth the land of the said Nath. Tatum from the land of John Baker. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 773 (Reel 1).
4 October 1668 Capt. Francis Eppes: Location: Charles City County Description: 1980 acres on the South side of James River on the South side of Appamattox River. Adjoining the land of Captn. Batts, Walter Brookes, Nicholas Tatum and John Bakers land. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 203 (Reel 6).
John Baker Death: 10 Mar 1655 in Charles City Co., Virginia married to Dorothy Harris Death: Oct 1684 in Isle Of Wight Co. Virginia daughter of John HARRIS Birth: 1588 in Cricksea, Essex, England Death: 14 Oct 1638 in Isle of Wight Co., Virginia wife reported to be Dorothy COLCOTT 1590 in Cricksea, Essex, England: Doroty Baker harris remarried one John Bond whose daughter Francis Bond married a John Watson (um interesting)
1639 Oct 10: Edward Prince, gentleman,
patented 500 acres in Charles City Co., (B. 1-689) "upon S. side
of Apamut tuck River, adj. Nathaniel Tatum, running up by the falls of the
river one-half mile. Due for the transportation of ten persons (C. P. 117 ).
This grant was afterwards the site of Fort Henry, now Petersburg, Va., and Edward Prince was therefore the first land owner of the site of what is now the City of Petersburg (3 W. (2) 10-11). Edward Prince assigned this patent to Thomas Pitt at a court held for Henrico, December 1, 1641, and evidently removed to the neighborhood of THOMAS PLUMER in James City County, and later Surry.
1641 Dec 7: Thomas Pitt, 872 1/2 acs. Charles City Co., Dec. 7, 1641, Page 767. At Appamattocks River near land of Edward Skyrnes (or Kyrnes). 500 acs. by assignment from Edward Prince at a Court held for Henrico Co., 1 Dec. 1641, & 372 1/2 for trans. of 8 pers.: Thomas Pitt, Walter Johnson, Edwin Young, Thomas Browne, Samuell Butler, William Price, William Strange, Penelope Laurell (or Lanvell). [pg 127][Patent Book No.1 - Part II] http://users.ticnet.com/shmartonak/p1bk10.htm
1648 May 24, in York County, Edward Prince and Captain Joseph Johnson were administrators of Robert Horsleys estate http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/o/n/Tom-Martin-TX/GENE6-0019.html
Edward Prince is reported to been born: 1609 in England Death: ABT 1678 in Virginia he married 14 Jan 1629/1630 in Christ Church,Bristol,England Mary Yeats or Mary Yates b: BEF 13 Jun 1613 in Bristol England daughter of HenryYeats and wife Mary
Reported Children of Edward Prince and Mary Yeats
John Prince abt 1650 of Surry Co Va. Married Mary Sarah Berry
Margaret Prince Birth: 1635 in Bristol, Gloucester, England Christening: 17 Jun 1635 Bristol, Gloucester, England
1619, 200 orphans from Bridewell were sent to help populate the new colony of Virginia. http://mccandlessa.people.cofc.edu/walk-Southwark.htm
NATHANIEL TATAM Child Immigrant Sent to VA 1618 49-09
PAUL TAYLOR Child Immigrant Sent to VA 1618 49-09
THOMAS THRESHEN Child Immigrant Sent to VA 1618 49-09
THOMAS WEBB Child Immigrant Sent to VA 1618 49-09
JOHN WELLS Child Immigrant Sent to VA 1618 49-09
ANTHONY YONGE Child Immigrant Sent to VA 1618 49-09
Nathaniel Tatum was christened on 18 Nov 1599 at Holy Trinity the Less Church, the son of William Tatum and Ellen Kirk who married on 3 Aug 1587 at St. Benet Grace Church in London. Holy Trinity the Less Church was an Anglican Church in the center of London, near St. Paul's Cathedral
1618/19 of 75
boys and 25 girls who were to go to Virginia. These children were 8-16 years
old and had been found "running wild in the streets" of London,
"sleeping under stalls", and begging and had been committed to Bridewell,
which served as a house of correction. They were mainly homeless waifs though
some were probably petty pilferers.
One of the ships that brought these children to Virginia was the "George" which left London March 1619 and arrived in Virginia
One account says that 3 brothers, Augustine, Lawrence, and Nathaneill Tatham sailed from Southhampton, England, on the Good Ship George in 1619 for America via Bermuda. In 1620 this ship landed in New Jersey where Augustine remained and Nathaniell traveled on to Virginia. Nothing is known of Lawrence except that descendants of Nathaniel sometimes gave their children the name Lawrence. [from Meadia Research]
From the Virginia Colonial Record: "So far as can be definitely ascertained, the first in America, Nathaniell Tatham, who immigrated to Virginia and settled in Charles City County." Nathaniel left England in March 1619 and after a 2-month voyage arrived in Jamestown, Va. in May.
Nathaniel was living in the West and Shirley Hundred and at Shirley Hundred,
Charles City (on the north side of the James River), and was in the muster, 22
Jan 1624/5. He was listed as 20 years old and having come to Virginia in 1619
on the "George."
In 1624 when he was 25 years old, Nathaniel Tatum moved from the north side of the James River to the south side.
When he was 39 years old, Nathaniel Tatum patented 100 acres of land in Charles City County on Appomattox River, 25 July 1638, for transporting his wife Ann and his daughter Mary Tatum. This would lead us to believe that he went back to England, married, had a child, and brought them to Virginia, giving him claim to a 100-acre tract of land. This land adjoined a 500-acre patent to him which he re-patented 4 Dec. 1641.
25 July 1638 Nathaniel Tatum: Location: Charles City County. Description: 100 acres on Appamattox River. Bounded &c., northerly upon the river, easterly upon a creek that parteth the said land from a former devident of 500 acres granted sd. Tatum. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 579 (Reel 1).
An Act of Assembly of 6 Jan. 1639/40 named Nathaniel Tatum, Cheney Boyce, and Anthony Wyatt as a "Viewers of Tobacco" for Charles City for the north side of Appomattox River.
Nathaniel was living as late as 27 Jan. 1675/6 when a deed of gift from Nathaniel Tatum the Elder to his grandson Nathaniel Tatum was recorded in Bristol Parish court.
19 Oct 1677: Christopher Robinson, son and heir of Christopher Robinson of Bristol Parish dec'd, sold to Richard Kennon of Bermuda Hundred, a tract of land called the "Neck" bounded by the land formerly sold to said Kennon, the lands of Nicholas Dixon, John Worsham and on Appomattox and Swift Creek. Attest William Sloane, Nathaniel Tatum Jr, Henry Robinson. Colonial Wills of Henrico Co VA 1677-1737 p 8 Benjamin B Weisiger III 1976.
Children of Nathaniel Tatum
1. MARY TATUM, must be the oldest since she is the only one mentioned as having made the trip from England with her parents before 1638.
2. NATHANIEL TATUM
II, b abt 1635, Charles
City, Va. He married Elizabeth Turner. Died bef 1719, Prince George
Children: Nathaniel TATUM III, maybe also Edward TATUM, Christopher TATUM, Peter TATUM and Henry TATUM.
3. SAMUEL TATUM,
born abt 1630 in Charles City Co, Va. He married Mary Elizabeth Moore.
Children: Nathaniel TATUM (1727, m Elizabeth), Ann TATUM, Rebecca TATUM, Mary TATUM, Barbara TATUM, Samuel TATUM (m Phoebe) http://mjgen.com/tatum/EarlyTatums.html
Christopher Robinson ca 1625-1665 his daughter Marie Robinson married Nathaniel Tatum Jr. b 1635, whose father was a homeless waif sent here from London’s Bridewell Royall Hospital. http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&1600
1642 Oct: Abraham Wood Henrico Co. Oct 1642 E upon Sizemores Cr running towards Henrico Rivers & the S side butting upon Appamattocke Riv Richard Johnson 350 acs at Neck of Land June 1639 N. upon land of James Usher, E upon Main river, S towards Godspeeds Forte due per adv of his wife Elizabeth and son Francis CPv1 Linda Starrs research
20 June 1639 Richard Johnson: Henrico Co: Description: 350 acres at neck of land, butting northerly upon the land of James Usher. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 662 (Reel 1).
Neck of Land
See report on Richard Johnson of Neck of Woods
It is reported that major General Abraham Wood was Aboard the Margaret and John, commanded by Capt. Anthony Chester . On the way to the colony it got into a fight with two Spanish Men-of-War, and its passengers were killed, including the ship's surgeon and Abraham Wood’s parents. Abraham Wood was unhurt was unhurt. His parents are reported as Marie Chaddwick (Mary Chadwick) ABT 1561 in Rochdale, Co. Lancaster, ENG and Francis Wood 18 DEC 1582 in Potternewton, Leeds, Co. York, ENG
A lad named Abraham Wood came to Virginia in the "Margaret and John" in 1620, as an indentured servant, and he was living in the service of Captain Samuel Mathews on that worthy's plantation across the river from Jamestown in 1623 and in 1625. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1636 Dec: Ralph Wyatt to Richard Johnson, Roger Davis & Abraham Wood planters Dec 1636 Land lying & being from Sizemores Cr and up cr as far as Capt. Button’s land, thence To the Rock in Apamattock Riv and so into the Bay .. 10 acs running down from the Rock, lease 21 years. CPv1 Linda Starrs research
31 December 1636. Grantee(s): Richard Johnson; Roger Davis and Abraham Wood: Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 590 (Reel 1).
14 May 1638: Abraham Wood: Location: Charles City County: Description: 400 acres on Appamattox River, adjoining the land of John Baker &c.Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 557 (Reel 1).
Abraham Wood. In 1638 he was granted 400 acres in that part of Charles City County now Prince George-"50 acres being due for his own personal adventure, 50 for his wife Elizabeth, 50 for his son William, 50 for his son Walter, and 200 for the transportation of four other persons to the colony:" namely, Henry Fulton, John Govey, John Shaw, and Sarah Cole. Other grants, including the one to land now in Dinwiddie, were recorded in later years. http://www.vagenweb.org/dinwiddie/apamatica/ch1.htm
1638 May 14, Abraham Woods patented four hundred acres in Charles City, on the Appomattox River
The first appearance of Abraham Wood as a man, and undeniably the Wood of history, is in 1638, when, according to the identification just accepted, he was twenty-eight years old. From that time until 1680, the records have by assiduous patching of tiny fragments been made to give us a reasonably continuous, though by no means complete and satisfactory account of him. No record of the date or circumstances of his death has been found, and he passes from the stage as shrouded in obscurity as he entered it. During forty-two years of known active life he attained eminence as a landowner, politician, soldier, trader, and explorer. His position in each of these lines of endeavor was as high as the colony afforded, and the first adequate presentation of his life reveals him as, with the possible exceptions of Bacon and Berkeley, the most interesting and commanding figure of contemporary Virginia. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1639 Abraham Woods secured two hundred acres in Henrico http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
8 June 1639 Abraham Wood Location: Henrico County Description: 200 acres upon the north side of Appamattuck River; easterly upon a great bottom, near unto the great rock. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 653 (Reel 1).
1642, Abraham Woods secured seven hundred more in Henrico Co. Va http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
Fort Henry not only was an effective defense against Indian attacks but became a fur trading post and center of frontier life. It was the means of maintaining peaceful relationship between settlers and aborigines. Indicative of the regimentation of tribes along the James is an act passed by the General Assembly in October 1648, requiring "that upon any occasion of Message to the Cov'r, or trade, The . . . Indians doe repair to fforte Henery alias Appamattucke fforte, . . . at which . . . the aforesayd badges of striped stuffe are to be and remaine." Garrison forces were changed at times by order of the Assembly; county militia came at the call of the commander to march and countermarch and to practice musketry in the fields above the river; and rangers, beating about the country for roaming savages, made the stockade their headquarters. Here also came Indian chiefs, bearing gifts and trailed by retinues of their braves, some from distant tribes staying for days to trade and treat with Wood and to talk of the unknown country that lay beyond the mountains. They told of strange bearded men who long before had built their walled brick towns far to the south-richly dressed and wearing - glittering ornaments and red hats; of even stranger men, who wore long, dark robes without ornaments and told of the Great Spirit worshipped by the white men. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vadinwid/apamatica/ch1.htm
Besides Abraham Wood, several men connected with the area of future Dinwiddie deserve a place in history. The Walter Chiles who, with Walter Austin, Rice Hooe, and Joseph Johnson, contemplated in 1642 the discovery of "a new river or unknowne land, bearing southerly from the Appomattox River," and who in 1649 took up land near the falls of the Appomattox, had a career as interesting as that of Abraham Wood. In 1638 he was granted 400 acres in that part of Charles City County now Prince George-"50 acres being due for his own personal adventure, 50 for his wife Elizabeth, 50 for his son William, 50 for his son Walter, and 200 for the transportation of four other persons to the colony:" namely, Henry Fulton, John Govey, John Shaw, and Sarah Cole. Other grants, including the one to land now in Dinwiddie, were recorded in later years. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vadinwid/apamatica/ch1.htm
The colonists continued to be curious concerning the westward lands, though fear of the Indians for many years prevented discoveries. Upon the petition of Walter Austin, Joseph Johnson, Rice Hooe, and the Walter Chiles who seven years later took up land in the Dinwiddie area, the General Assembly gave "leave and encouragement to undertake the discovery of a new river or unknowne land bearing southerly from Appomattake river." The proposed expedition seems not to have materialized, however. So Abraham Wood holds the unchallenged distinction of exploring territory about which the colonists imagined much but knew little. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vadinwid/apamatica/ch1.htm
1646 March the Assembly provided for a fourth post, at the falls of the Appomattox, to protect southside Virginia and from which expeditions might be led against the Indians. "Fort Henry," as it was called, had a garrison of forty-five men. Its commander, Captain Abraham Wood, was to play an important part in the subsequent explorations. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1646 he acquired another six hundred acres in the Fort Henry tract, by special grant of the Assembly. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1646 Abraham Wood is first mentioned as a militia soldier when his rank was that of captain. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1646 Oct Be it therefore enacted that Capt. Abraham Wood whose service hath been employed at Forte Henery, be the undertaker for the said Forte, unto whome is granted sixe hundred acres of land for him and his heires for ever; with all houses and edifices belonging to the said Forte, with all boats and amunition att present belonging to the said Forte, Provided that he the said Capt. Wood do maintayne and keepe ten men constantly upon the said place for the terme of three yeares, duringe which time he, the said Capt. Wood, is exempted from all publique taxes for himself and the said tenn persons.'18
This fortified post remained the property and the home of Abraham Wood for at least thirty years; and there, doubtless, he died, leaving it as an inheritance to his children. He himself always called it "Fort Henry," but the station or the settlement that grew up about it was long known as Wood. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1650 Edward Bland, merchant in James River, Captain Abraham Wood and others, were permitted by the Governor to go exploring south. They went South South West several days journey and then they thought it well to return. www.libertyparkusafd.org/...orrison, Virginia Indian Trade to 1673.htm
1652 he is "Major" Wood, http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1653 June, Abraham Woods patenting one thousand, five hundred, fifty seven acres on the south side of the Appomattox River in Charles City County http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1654 Abraham Woods seven hundred acres in Henrico
Abraham Wood was the pivot about which all the military and industrial activity at Fort Henry revolved. Before becoming the commander of Fort Henry, he had served as burgess from Henrico County. Though he did not stand for election as a burgess from Charles City until 1654, it is scarcely probable that he kept his fingers out of politics. For a time, however, he concentrated upon the exploration of unknown lands. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vadinwid/apamatica/ch1.htm
1655 Abraham Woods is described as "Lieutenant-colonel http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1656, we find him petitioning the House that courts be held on the south side of the river, for the benefit of the inhabitants of the south side of Charles City County http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1656 December he received his promotion to the colonelcy of the Charles City and Henrico regiment, by special act of the Burgesses growing out of the legislative investigation and removal of Colonel Edward Hill for misconduct as commander in the well-known affair at the forks of the Pamunkey, where the Virginians and friendly Pamunkeys were so badly defeated by the strange Ricahecrian Indians from beyond the mountains. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1671 Sept: Captain Thomas Batts, well known to the colony and, with his brother Henry, a patentee of large tracts of land along the Appomattox River; Thomas Wood, probably a kinsmzn of Abraham Wood; and Robert Fallam. Others in the party were one Jack Weason, supposedly Wood's indentured servant, and Perecute, a courageous and faithful "great man of the Appamattucks." Seven other Appomattox Indians, sent by Wood to join the expedition, overtook the party on the morning of the fifth day. The commission that Wood gave the leaders stated as objective of the expedition "the finding out the ebbing and flowing of the Waters on the other side of the Mountaines in order to the discovery of the South Sea." Fallam kept a brief journal, from which it is possible to trace the course of the expedition and to learn of happenings along the way.
The little party, all mounted, set out from the Appomattox village on the river opposite Fort Henry on the first of September 1671 http://www.vagenweb.org/dinwiddie/apamatica/ch1.htm
1674: a letter from Abraham Wood to John Richards in London gave the account of the events of that journey, including the death of James Needham. The journey of James Needham and Gabriel Arthur began in April of 1673 and ended, at least for Arthur, in June of 1674. The letter written by Wood was dated August 22, 1674 and was, for the most part, a retelling of the events Arthur described to him. http://www.saponitown.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-878.html
1676, Berkeley complained to the home government that Wood was "kept to his house thro infirmity," and that certain of the subordinate officers were either dead or for various reasons unavailable http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1676 November 28 Abraham Wood was appointed by the home government a member of the special commission of oyer and terminer for Virginia, which was to settle affairs in the colony after Bacon's Rebellion http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1678 Indian alarm of general supervision of all arrangements for defense was committed to "Major [General?] Abraham Wood," and all persons were warned to obey him
The last appearance is in a curious connection. For January 23, 1679/80, there has been preserved a tantalizing fragment of the council journal: "For insulting words to Major-- General Wood, forgiveness to be asked. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
1680 March 18, Nicholas Spencer wrote to the Lords of Trade and Plantations that "Colonel Wood, a person well skilled in all Indian affairs," had been chosen by the governor and council to try to effect the desired arrangement with the hostiles. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/eta.htm
Abraham Wood is reported to have married Margaret Lewellyn ABT 1620 in Chelmsford, Co. Essex, ENG
Lineage of Abraham Wood
George Wood Birth: ABT. 1525 in Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England
John Wood b: 30 NOV 1559 in Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England married Margaret Dawson daughter of William Dawson b: ABT. 1528 in Halifax, West Riding, Yorkshire, England and Agnes Scolfeld : ABT. 1532 in Halifax, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
Frances Wood 18 DEC 1582 in Potternewton, Leeds, Yorkshire, England married Mary Chadwick (Marie) daughter of James Chadwick b: ABT. 1561 in Rochdale, Lancaster, England
Abraham Wood: 14 AUG 1614 in St. Mary, Bury, Lancashire, England
Children of Abraham Wood and Margaret Lewellyn
Abraham Wood Jr; abt 1635 died 1655 on a westward expedition with Bland
Mary Susan Wood married Thomas Chamberlain Abt 1635 in England Death: 1719 in Henrico Co., Virginia. Thomas Chamberlayne was also married to Elizabeth Stratoon
Sarah Wood Birth: 1631 in Henrico, Virginia, Death: 1682 in Henrico, Virginia reported to have married George Archer and Joseph Royall
Reported child of Abraham Woods
Margaret Woods reported to have married Peter Jones who married Mary Batte
1642 Oct 20: Abraham Wood: Henrico Co: Description: 700 acres upon a creek called by the name of Sizemores Creek &c. towards Henrico River &c. Wt. upon the land of John Zouch, Esgr., on the northern side of Appamattock River. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 839 (Reel 1).
John Zouch, Esgr
Phillippa Ludlow b 1560 era ; m. Thomas Zouch, son of Sir John Zouch.
Notes: John Zouch Sir Francis Coke to Sec. Sir John Coke. Understands he has been already moved in the behalf of Sir John Zouch to be Governor of Virginia. He is a gentleman well deserving a right good place, and hath bestowed much time and study in things belonging to military discipline, and hath had some practise, having had a company in the Low Countries. Extract. [Coke MSS., Hist. MSS. Commis., XII. Report, App. /., p. 340.] http://www.archive.org/stream/1964colonialrecordsc09greauoft/1964colonialrecordsc09greauoft_djvu.txt
1630, Governor Harvey made a journey to the site of the old iron works on Falling Creek, with a view to discovering whether they could be restored. He wrote to the authorities in England that all of the conditions of the locality were favorable to the reestablishment of the works; he sent over at the same time two specimens of ore from the vicinity. A few years later, Sir John Zouch and his son seem to have taken steps to establish iron works in Virginia, but the project collapsed on account of the failure of their partners to come to their assistance. The cost of reviving the manufacture of iron in the Colony was so great that practical interest in it died out for a period of many years.” http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~george/johnsgermnotes/germhs80.html
Sir John Zouch and his son seem to have taken steps to establish iron works in Virginia, but the project collapsed on account of the failure of their partners to come to their assistance.The cost of reviving the manufacture of iron in the Colony was so great that practical interest in it died out for a period of many years. http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Economic_History_of_Virginia_in_the_Seventeenth_Century/Chapter_18
Nov 1634 - Sir John Zouch, one of the Commissioners for Virginia, and a friend of Mathews, in November, 1634, visited the Colony where he had a son and daughters. Governor Harvey told the Privy Council that he was of the Puritan Sect." After remaining a few months, he and Captain Button returned to England.
1635 May 5 From Virginia Letter: Zouch to "his dear and loving father Sir John Zouch." Perceives that if the Governor (Sir John Harvey) could have done him any "dispight" here he would have pursued it to the utmost. Left one of the kine he was to receive for his father at Capt. Browne's. The Councillors and Burgesses for the Assembly have framed a letter as from the Burgesses and others to the Council, complaining of their manifold aggrievances, and desiring redress from them. The people of the lower parts met in such troops to set their hands to the letter, that it put Capt. Purify into an affright that caused him to write to the Governor of many incident dangers, insomuch that he durst not keep a Court until he heard from him or had a letter from his Majesty. Hereupon the Governor sendeth warrants for the Council, who, soon after they met, consulted about sending the Governor for England, but Capt. Browne went home over night, "a pain that he had in his belly excused him sufficiently," by reason he opposed the Governor as did the rest. Mr. Menefie absolutely refused his aid in arresting the Governor, alleging reasons that it was not fit to deal so with his Majesty's substitute. Menefie went not home as he said, but to the back river, where he debated with himself, desiring of God to confirm his resolution or abolish it; but the loss of his country striking in his stomack, at last he came resolved as the rest, where the Governor did arrest him of high treason for the words he spake against him at Kecoughton, Sir John Zouch then present; but the Governor had no sooner given Mr. Menefie the thump on the shoulder, but Capt. Utye took him by the middle and arrested him in his Majesty's name, the rest stepping and taking hold of him likewise, looking pale as did Kemp. The Governor refused to go till he saw no resistance, and then desired to choose a Deputy, who, though he spoke very mildly ever since, was denied; they meet (?sic) sending him for England with all that can object ought against him, himself residing at Little Town in the interim, forgetting and laying aside all malice formerly between them. Need not be further impertinent, presuming he will be acquainted with the cause shortly after he has wondered at Harvey's unlooked for coming. The Maryland men have boarded Capt. Claiborne, taking all his trade and trading stuff, bound his men and cast them into the hold, besides beating and hurting them in what manner they are not fully acquainted with, but hopes they will have a journey to Pacowomeeke. The country prayeth for Sir John Zouch, and generally wishes him to come Governor. His sisters and all friends very well. 3 pp. [Col. Papers, Vol. 32 No. 4.] Gov. Hareey, in a letter to See. Windebonk, of 3 April 1635 complains of "the preposterous haste" of Sir John Zouch to leave the Colony. In another letter to See Windebank of 14 July 1635, dated, from Plymouth, Harvey "execuses his coming from Virginia without license." See Col. Papers, Vol. VIII., Nos. 53, 73.
From: 'America and West Indies: Addenda 1635', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 9: 1675-1676 and Addenda 1574-1674 (1893), pp. 76-79. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=70061 Date accessed: 22 January 2009. http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=70061
1638 May 7 Thomas Ellis: Location: Henrico County. Description: 50 acres between two Brookes that pteth. neck of land from the land lately belonging to Sir. John Zouch Kt. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 567 (Reel 1
Between 1671 and 1676, Edward Stratton bought 287 acres at Bermuda Hundred, which had been granted to Martin Elam, but was found “to escheat unto his majisty from John Zouch, Esq.; but Col. William Byrd I obtained an assignment of said escheat and reassigned it to Edward Stratton as per Wm. Byrd’s deed, July 1, 1681.” In the 1681 deed, Edward paid Col. Byrd 1,600 pounds of tobacco for the land, half of which he deeded to Thomas Poulden for £15 on 1 June 1687. http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&s
20 April 1682: Capt. William Byrd: Location: Henrico County Description: 4250 acres escheated land from John Zouch Esqr. which sd. land was since granted to Abell Gower; Sd. Gower assigned unto the said Wm. Bird.
The De Zouch families are allied families of Sir Humphreys De Bohun to wife Elizabeth Plantagenet b: 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle Flintshire Wales daughter of King Edward I King of ENGLAND “LONGSHANKS” Birth: 17 JUN 1239 in Westminster Middlesex England which are also the cousin families of William Randolph families of Colonial Virginia. They are Norman Families going back in time from England back to Normandy France to Norway. The Zouch families also connect at Sir. Humphrey De Bohun
Lineage of Sir John Zouch
Connecting points are Roger La Zouche and wife Eleanor Longespée Plantagenet
John ZOUCHE b: ABT 1564 d: BET 03 APR 1610 AND 1611
+ Maria BERKELEY b: 05 MAY 1554
2 John ZOUCHE b: ABT 1585 d: 1639
2 Maria ZOUCHE b: 1586
2 Isabella ZOUCHE b: 1588
2 Anne ZOUCHE b: 1589
7 November 1673 Abel Gower: Location: Henrico County Description: 501 acres 1 r. 24 po. on the south side of James River; Begg. &c. standing nigh the swamp side neigh a remarkable great Stone and rung. along the bank by Sheffeilds Swamp. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 496 (Reel 6).
27 April 1686 Abel Gower: Edward Stratton: Description: 487 acres escheated land. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 508 (Reel 7).
25 April 1702 Robert Grigg: henrico Co: Description: 400 acres beginning &c. rung. from thence cross Mr. Branches Brooke formerly granted to Abel Gower Novr. 7, 1673. &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 9, 1697-1706 (v.1 & 2 p.1-742), p. 429 (Reel 9).
23 Dec 1679 Will of George Browninge
All of my estate to kind and loving wife and she to be executor. Mr. Thomas Grendon and Mr. Abell Gower to be overseers of this will.
Wit: Edward Stratton*, Edw. Stanly
Recorded 23 Dec. 1679 p. 116 2 Feb. 1679
1677 Oct 19. Po 1677. EDWARD ROBINSON to Nicholas Dison, a tract of land lying between said Dison and John Worsham In Bristol Parish, bounded by the sd. ROBINSON, the Church path, and betwixt the Swift Creek and the high land gutt of Hog Pen Marsh; witnesses: George Worsham, Henry Roberson: ANN, wife of ROBINSON, relinquished her dower right: EDWARD ROBINSON, son and heir of CHRISTOPHER ROBENSON late of Bristol Parish In Henrico Co., decd., gives bond to Richard Kennon of Bemuda Hundred; deed of release witnessed by Edward Stratton, Charles Featherston, Joseph Royall, and Nicholas Dison. Henrico County, Virginia, Wills, Deeds, etc. 1677-1692, 25
1 June 1685 p. 318 Agreement between Abell Gower of Henrico Co. and Edward Stratton, Sr. of same: George Browning, late of this county, dec'd, died seized of 480 acres and left no heir. The land escheated to His Majesty, and the escheat grant being given to said Gower and Stratton equally. They agree that Stratton is to enjoy the land is to be divied between his heirs and Gower, or his heirs. 20 Dec. 1684
Wit: Wm. Randolph, Pet. Field, George Worsham
Signed: Abell Gower, Edward Stratton
Recorded 1 June 1685
I relinquish my dower in land of Bermuda Hundred sold by my husband Abell Gower to Edward Stratton, Jr. 1 April 1687. I appoint Henry Randolph my attorney. 30 July 1687
Wit: Wm Glover, Charles Bartholomew
Signed: Jane Gower
Recorded 1 Aug 1687
Above presented in court by Henry Randolph p. 456
WILL OF EDWARD STRATTON
In the Name of God Amen, I Edwd Stratton Senr being in a Sick weak condition doe make & ordain this my last will & testament in manner & form as followeth
First. I will & bequeath my Soul to Almighty God who gave it hoping in his merceyes to receive full & free pardon & absolution & remission of all my sins, & my body to return to ye dust from whence it came & to be buryed at ye discretion of my Execrs hereafter named.
Imprs I bequeath to my loveing wife Martha ten pds. Sterling & after my debts & funerall charges paid And fully satisfied. All the rest of my estate Goods & Chattells to be divided into three parts my wife to have one & my son to have the other two. I make my son Edwd Stratton Junr my Execr of this my last will & testamr whereunto I have sett my hand & seal this tweneth fifth day of December 1688.
Signed & sealed in ye Gl Elam
psence of his
E Stratton Senr
Mary Platt mark
Inventory of Thomas Shippy exhibited in court by Joseph Royall for Frances Shippy, relict and executrix taken by Martin Elam, Abraham Womecke and Edward Stratton. Value 7960 lbs tobacco. Recorded 12 Oct 1688 (from Sam firstname.lastname@example.org posted on WGN Message Page 1 Aug 2000) On Page 23 Bk 3 of Henrico County Wills & Deed 1688-1697, p 5
1 Feb 1698 p. 136 Inventory of Edward Stratton. Value pounds 452/17/3 by Fran. Epes, Richard Ligon, Ed. Haskins, and presented in court by Martha Stratton, Executrix. Recorded 1 Feb. 1698
1689 Abraham Womack pet the court declaring that being possesed of a parcell of land he has been stopped from ascertaining the bounds of sd land by William Clarke & Edward Stratton who bound upon him. The sd William Clarke pet at the same time in the presence of sd Stratton, saying that he is uncertain of his right till the sd Womack's land which is unbounded be laid out which the sd Womack refuses to do. It is ordered that Womack and Clarke, at their own expense, have the land surveyed before the next court
1 Oct.1689-In the difference bet William Clarke & Abraham Womack concerning bounds of their land, the sd Womack says that Mr. Minge has all his papers and requests a cont. 2 Dec.
1689/90-The pets of William Clarke & Abraham Womack concerning the bounds of their lands are referred to next court; Womack has already surveyed his land & Clarke is to survey his next week, 1 Feb. 1690-Agree: William Clark, Abraham Womack, about bounds of their lands, adj Gilbert Elam & Thomas Shipy, wit: William Randolph & Littleberry Epoes, 30 May-1 Aug http://www.worsham.larrywasham.com/Page23.htm
MY NOTES: 1642 Nov The Elams were represented in Henrico as early as November 1642 in the person of Robert Elam who at that date had a patent for land above Bermuda Hundred, between the lands of Thomas Sheppy and Richard Johnson and among the headrights to the patent is the name of Ann Elam Henrico County, Virginia: Beginnings of Its Families: Part I William Clayton Torrence William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 24, No. 2. (Oct., 1915), pp. 116-142. Henrico County Virginia - Deeds & Wills, 1706-1845 Film #1697555 Family History Library
1691 Oct 20 :
John Wosham, Edward Straton and Abraham Womack -879 acres -Henrico County, "To all &c whareas &c now know yee that I ye sd ffrancis Nicholson Esqr. the ? Lt. Govr. &c give and grant unto Mr. John Wosham Mr. Abraham Womack a tract of land containing eight hundred seventy nine acres lying and being in ye County of land containing eight hundred seventy nine acres lying and being in ye County of Henrico at the mouth of a run known by ye name of ye Cold Water Run and runeth thence along that runn as it wendeth to ye head thereof to two corner pines thence east fifty six poles to a corner pine thence north west forty nine poles to corner white oake thence north by east ninety two poles to a corner Pocknay (?) thence west north west one hundred poles to a corner pine, thence west by south one hundred and eighty poles to a corner pine, thence north west by west eighty eight poles to a corner pine thence north west and by north sixty eight poles to a corner black oake thence north sixty eight poles to a corner white oake thence north west one and fifty poles to a corner black oake, thence west fourty eight poles to a corner pine, thence south west one hundred and eighty poles to a corner black oake standing on Swift Creeke thence down ye creeke as it wendeth to a place it begun. The sd land being due unto ye sd Mr. John Worsham Mr. Edward Stratton & Mr. Abraham Womack by and for ye importation of eighteen psons &c To have and to hold &c To be held &c yeilding and paying &c provided &c dated ye 20th day of October Ano Dom 1691. (Names of those transported) 5 negroes by Cert. granted Mr. Rich Kennon for seventy negroes by Henrico County Court April 1st 1690 Richard Lewis, Judith Lewis, Sarah Somerseals, Clemons Proveer, John Stewart, Wm Migettoe, James Butlidge, John Bull, Eliza, Pain, Tom, Nan, Peter, negroes. (Source: Roger G. Womack & WGN site http://www.womacknet.com/) Virginia Patent Book 8, Page 172 http://www.worsham.larrywasham.com/Page23.htm
tax record as follows:
Martin Elam, 6
Abrah Childers, 2
Thomas Shippey, 3
Richard Morish, 6 (Morris ??)
Edward Stratton, Jr, 3
John Howard, 2
Samuel Knibb, 2
William Theobald, 1
Fra Epes, 9
Robert Woodson, 5
Joseph Royall, 3
John Woodson Sr, 3
Mrs Isham's, 6
Mary Royall Isham)
John Woodson Jr, 2
George Browninge, 5
John Pleasants, 13
Kennon, wife and dau)
John Ball, 1
John Worsham 4
Edward Goode, 1
Edward Lester, 1
Henry Brazeel, 1
John Greenbaugh, 1
Ben Hatcher, 1
Williamm Hews, 1
5 Aug. 1728 *p. 190 Will of Jacob Woodson. Brothers Josiah, Stephen. Land at Dover, between Col. Nathaniel Harrison, John Fleming and John Woodson, bounding on a creek called Jenneto Cr. Wit: Edward Stratton, Ann Stratton, Henry Cox Recorded
1645 Jul 24 Date of patent: Patentee(s): John Baugh (Gent.)
Area: 100 acres
Description: Henrico Co., "Bermuda Hundred . . . eighty acres . . . East North East upon the Land formerly belonging to John Arundell - South East upon the Bay of Appomatock west South west upon Powell Creek and North West Upon Connococke path four Acres bounded viz. North North East Upon James River East South East Upon the Land of James Usher [?] South South west Upon the Land of Michaell Maghort [??] and west North west Upon the Land of William Sharp, the other Sixteen Acres lying in Bermuda hundred Neck, bounded South Upon the Land of Joseph Royall North East Upon the Swamp and North west Upon the Land of Michaell Magfors [??], the Said one hundred Acres of Land being due unto him the Said John Baugh, by and for the Transportation at his own proper Cost and Charge of two persons into this Colony whose Names are in the records mentioned under this Patent . . . George Woolfe Elizabeth Cowells" VA, Land Patent Book 2, p. 27
11 May 1638 Location: Henrico County. Description: 250 acres on Appamatturk River, joining to Land, lately belonging to Abraham Peircey. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 559 (Reel 1).
5 July 1639 Ambrose Cobbs: Henrico County. Description: 350 acres being upon Appamattuck River Southly. upon the main river; Westly. upon the land of Mr. John Baugh. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 658 (Reel 1).
24 July 1645. John Baugh Henrico Co: Description: 100 acres in Bermodo hundred. part of the Land, E, N, Et. upon the Land formerly beloning to John Arrundell S: Et. upon the bay of Appomatock &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 27 (Reel 2).
6 August 1650 John Baugh Henrico Co: Description: 100 acres et. No. Et. Upon the Land of George Browning; So. Et. upon the bay of Appamattock. Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 219 (Reel 2).
7 October 1672. John Baugh: Henrico Co: Description: 200 acres on the South side of James river, Begg. &c. on a line belonging to the orphans of Joseph Tanner and also belongg. to Major Wm. Harris. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 427 (Reel 6).
10 July 1680. Thomas Burton: Henrico Co: Description: 350 acres upon Appamattocks River, and is bounded Ssutherly on the Maine River, adjoing the land of John Baugh. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 44 (Reel 7).
John Baugh of Bermuda Hundred is reported to have a son William Baugh who married Jane Burton
Michaell Maghort or Michaell Magfors
William Sharp is reported to have been married to Elizabeth Womack who was lao married to Williambaugh born abt 1605 England and to Thomas Packer b abt 1600
William Sharp and Elizabeth Womacks Children are
Isaac Sharp b: ABT 1622 in Charles City Co., VA
Samuel Sharp b: ABT 1624 in Charles City Co., VA
Reported Children of William Baugh and Elizabeth Womack
James Baugh b: 1639 in Henrico Co., VA
15 August 1637. Joseph Royall Henrico Co: Description: 300 acres at the south east side of Turkey Island Creeke. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 452 (Reel 1).
4 May 1638 Joseph Royal Charles City Co: Description: 200 acres begg. &c. --- Island Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 631 (Reel 1).
20 August 1642 Joseph Royall: Description: 600 acres bounding on the land of Edward Maddox above Sherley hundred &c. on the river, to Dickinans Creeke. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 790 (Reel 1).
5 October 1698. Joseph Royall: Henrico Co: Description: 235 acres on Proctors branch, adjoing. the land of John Clarke. Source: Land Office Patents No. 9, 1697-1706 (v.1 & 2 p.1-742), p. 159 (Reel 9).
15 October 1698 Joseph Royall: Henrico Co: Description: 50 acres escheated land, late in the possession of John Chaplin. Source: Land Office Patents No. 9, 1697-1706 (v.1 & 2 p.1-742), p. 160 (Reel 9).
Joseph Royal: Birth: Abt 1600 in London, England Death: Abt 1658 in Henrico Co.,Virginia married Katherine BANKS Birth: in Canterbury, England daughter of Name: Christopher BANKS
Reported Children of Joseph Royall and Katherine Banks
Sarah Royall Death: 1689 in Charles City Co.Virginia married John Wilkinson
Capt Joseph Royall born Birth: 1639 in Doghams, Charles City, VA Death: 7 May 1722 in Va married Mary Epees Birth: 1664 in Henrico, VA Death: 1761 in Prince George, VA daughter of Francis Epess and Elizabeth Littleberry Granddaughter of Francis Epees and Mary Pawlett
Elizabeth Royall Birth: 1648 in Conjurors Neck, Death: 1704 in , , Virginia, USA
Katherine Royall: Birth: 1637 in Henrico County, Virginia Death: 10 OCT 1686 in Henrico County, Virginia married Name: Richard E. PERRIN Birth: ABT 1632 in New Kent, Henrico County, Virginia Death: 1 APR 1695 in Henrico County, Virginia son of Thomas Richard PERRIN Birth: 22 FEB 1610 in Ashley, De La Fouche, England and wife Elizabeth CHAEFONT Birth: ABT 1610 in Westbourne, Sussex, England Grandson of Thomas II PERRIN and Anne Potter Birth: ABT 1585 in Ashley, De La Fouche, England
Mary Royall Birth: 1648 in , Henrico, Virginia Death: 1735 in Turkey Island, Henrico, Virginia,
1645-6 MARCH 21st, LAWS OF VIRGINIA, −−− CHARLES 1st
BE it enacted for the defence of the inhabitants on the southside of James River and the prevention of the great releife and subsistance to the Salvages by ffishing in Bristoll alias Appomattocke River, as also for the cutting down their corne or performeing any other service vpon them,
That there be a ffort forthwith erected, att the Falls of the said Appomattock River, nominated fforte Henry, and forty-five soldiers raised from the inhabitants from Basses choyce vpwards, including the said Basses choice: All which soldiers are to bee raised by the leu'ts. and deputy Leu'ts. within the said lymitt either by presse or otherwise as the Leu'ts. and deputy Leu'ts shall think fitt, from the inhabitants resideing within the said precincts proportionably, that is to say, Henrico 3, Charles Citty 12, James Citty 15, Isle of Wight 15, which said Leiuet's and deputy Leu'ts are authorized to leavie armes, ammunition and all other things necessary for the service, as well for the building of the ffort as otherwise:
And it is further enacted that the inhabitants within the lower parish of Isle of Wight county and the Vpper and Lower Norff. counties do vndertake the warr against the Nansimum Indians, or any other neighbouring Indians, by cutting vp their corne and doing or performing any act or acts of hostility against them, And that they have power (if it be thought fitt by the Lefts. and deputy Lefts. within the said countie) to erect a forte within the said countyes, And it is further thought fitt, that the charge of the said warr in all the aforesaid lymitts be leavied proportionably from the inhabitants of the south side of James River, And that the same salary be allowed to the officers respectively of the ffort Henry that the officers of the fortes on the north side of the rive had and enjoyed the last year by vertue of the 3d act of the 17th of ffeb: 1644, with the like priviledge to the Capt. to elect his inferior officers, And that the Leu'ts. and dept. Leu'ts. do take are to provide a sufficient chirurgeon for the said forte. http://www.vagenweb.org/hening/vol01-13.htm
1645 July 24, MICHAEL MASTERT, 413 acs. Henrico County, in Bermodo Hundred,. Page 26. 390 acs. bounded E.S.E. upon James Riv., S.W. upon Pates Sw. & Court Sw., S. upon Lieut. CRADDOCK, N. upon Thomas SHEPPYE, Mr. BAUGH, James USHER & Robert ELAM, S. by W. & E. by S. & N. by E. upon Mr. Samuell JORDIN. 12 acs. in Bermodo Hundred neck, formerly known as Capt. MARTIN land, N.W. upon James River, N.E. upon Mr. Samll. JORDIN, S.W. upon Mr. Edward GURGUNYE. Due sd MASTERS for trans. of 9 pers: Henry LOWNEE, James KING, Tho. PAGE (?) George WELLS, Thomas WALLIS, Jane PRICE, John MANCHEST, James MORRICE, Peter MAYDLEY. http://mattocks2.wordpress.com/
MICHAEL MASTERT, or Michael Mater or Michael Masters
Henry Lownee” appeared first in Virginia as a headright when Michael Master obtained a patent for land in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico County in 1645 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~virginiahuddlestons/captain_john_huddleston_of_the_b.htm
24 July 1645. Michael Masters: Henrico Co: Description: 413 acres lying in Bermodo hundred 390 acs. is bounded E: and S: Et. upon James River; S: Wt. upon Pates Swamp and Court Swamp 12 acres lying in the Neck Bermodo hundred, formerly known by the name of Captn. Martin’s land. Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 26 (Reel 2).
1656, Robert Cobbs sold the same 350 acres to Michael Masters in turn surrendered the 350 acres to Thomas & John Burton. (Will & Deed Books, Henrico Co., Va. / transcript) http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/e/l/Marlene-B-Delung/GENE1-0003.html
15 August 1637 John Davis and Robert Craddock: Henrico Co: Description: 300 acres northerly upon a great swamp, southly. towards the land of Alice Edloe widow, westly. over the river. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 451 (Reel 1).
29 May 1638 Robert Craddock Henry Co: Description: 300 acres northly. on a little creeke, towards Lilley Valley, joing. to land of Wm. Cox and Isaac Hutchins. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 537 (Reel 1).
Unsure which Robert Elam this is
Mr. Samuell JORDIN
I am unsure of which Smauel Jordan this is but I believe him to be the son of Samuel Jordan married to Ceciley Reynolds Bayley
31 May 1636 Nathaniel Martin Henrico Co: Description: 500 acres being called by the name of the great fields &c. over agst. the Fallon Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 356 (Reel 1).
Edward GURGUNYE or Edward Gurganey:
CAPT. THOMAS HARRIS, 700 acs. in Henrico Co., 12 July 1637, p. 438. Called by the name of the Long feild with Sw. & marshes, beg. at a little Cr. over against the land of Capt. MARTIN, bounded Nwd. on the backside of the Sw., Wwd. on the maine river, & S.E. towards Bremoes devident. Due as followeth: 400 acs. graunted unto Edward GURGANEY by order of Court 1 Oct. 1617 from the late Treasurer & Co. & bequeathed by Ann GURGANEY, Widdowe of sd. Edward, to Thomas HARRIS as by her last will dated 11 Feb. 1619; 300 acs. for trans. of 8 pers.* http://mattocks2.wordpress.com/
See John Baugh above
1646 the General Assembly enacted That Capt. Abraham Wood whose service hath been employed att fforte Henery, be the undertaker for the said fforte, unto whome is granted sixe hundred acres of land for him and his heirs for ever; with all houses and edifices belonging to the said fforte, with all boats and amunition att present belonging to the said fforte, Provided that he the said Capt. Wood do maintayne and keepe ten men constantly upon the said place for the terme of three yeares, duringe which time he the said Capt. Wood is exempted from all publique taxes for himselfe and the said tenn persons.
Five hundred acres of the land granted to Wood were included in the 1639 patent of Edward Prince. They had passed, however, to Thomas Pitt, probably because Prince had allowed his grant to lapse. In order to be quite just, the General Assembly further enacted that "whereas Mr. Thomas Pitt hath a former grant for the said land whereon the forte is built, As alsoe part of the said land hereby granted. It is thought fitt and enacted, That the said Thomas Pitt shall receive a reasonable satisfaction of the countrey for the same."
1649 Walter Chiles patented his 813 acres on lands that are by Fort Henry http://www.vagenweb.org/dinwiddie/apamatica/ch1.htm
1 March 1638 Walter Chiles: Charles City Co: Description: 400 acres upon Appomattox River, westerly upon the river, easterly &c., upon the land of Edward Tunstall. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 625 (Reel 1).
2 May 1638 Walter Chiles: Location: Charles City County. Description: 250 acres in Appomattox River, &c. above the land of Edward Tonstall. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 551 (Reel 1).
20 October 1642. Walter Chiles Charles City: Description: 613 acres beginning at the upwards bounds of Mr. Tunstall’s land (part of this tract of land was formerly granted to said Chiles by patent bearing date March 1, 1638; lying on Appamattack River.) Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 859 (Reel 1).
29 October 1649. Walter Chiles: Charles City: Description: 813 acres on the southly. side of Appomattox River; beginning &c., a run of water that parteth this from the land of Nath. Tatum, adjoining land of Mr. Tonstall. Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 193 (Reel 2).
20 November 1673, for a tract of land in James City County, Virginia, from James Wadding and Susanna Wadding of James City County to John Page (1627-1692) of York County, Virginia. The property belonged to Susanna Waddy through her late husband Walter Chiles. Deed was recorded 8 December 1673 in James City County. Walter Chiles was the stepson of Page’s wife Alice Lucken (1625-169-) from her first marriage to Walter Chiles, Sr. Deed, 20 November 1673, for a tract of land in James City County, Virginia, from James Wadding and Susanna Wadding of James City County to John Page (1627-1692) of York County, Virginia. The property belonged to Susanna Waddy through her late husband Walter Chiles. Deed was recorded 8 December 1673 in James City County. Walter Chiles was the stepson of Page’s wife Alice Lucken (1625-169-) from her first marriage to Walter Chiles, Sr. John Page was born in 1627 in England to Francis Page (1594-1678) and his wife. Page emigrated to Virginia about 1650 and settled in York County, Virginia. He became a successful merchant and planter. Page was colonel of the York County militia and served on the governor’s council for the colony of Virginia. Page married Alice Lucken Chiles (1625-169-) about 1656, and they had two sons. Page died 23 January 1691/2 in York County and was buried in the Bruton Parish cemetery.
1652 November 20 Robert Elam: Location: Henrico County Description: 503 acres on the south side of James River, above Bermoda Hundred, between Thomas Shippey’s land and Richd. Johnson’s. Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 114 (Reel 2).
10 June 1663 George Browning: Description: 400 acres between the land of one Clark, Henry Lawne, Gilbert Deacon, and Robert Elam. Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 125 (Reel 5).
1653 June 9: Abraham Wood; Charles City Co: Description: 1557 acres on the south side of Appamattox River, begg. &c. on the back of a little swamp on Appamattox River &c. to the lower end of an island called Flea Island &c. above the tenement of John Yowers, including the islands and inletts. Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 77 (Reel 2).
1655 May 1; Richard Johnson sold lands to Henry Lowne pg. 154, Patent Book 6
My Notes this is Henry Lound
1655 Jun 4 CHARLES CITY COUNTY Court Order Book Att a Co'rt holden att Wentov'r Juni: 4 1655 present
Coll'n Ed'd Hill ,
Capt Henry Pery ,
osqrs Maior Abra. Wood Ca:,
mr Thomas Drewe,
Capt John Epea,
mr Anthot Wyatt,
mr John Gibbs,
mr Rise Hoo,
Capt David Peibils
rec July. 11. '55
1655 Aug 3: Att a Co'rt holden att Westover Present
Coll Edd Hill Esq'r,
a'r Abr Wood
mr Rice Hoe
mr Tho Draws Ca:
1655 Sept 17th Att a Colrt holden att Westover
Coll Edd Hill Esqr
Ma'r Abra Wood
Mr Rice Hoe
Mr Tho: Drewe
Mr Wart Horsmonden
Mr Antho Wyatt
Ca: David Peibils
1656 Jan 15, At Court at Fort Henry
Present : Col. Abraham Wood, Mr Wm. Baugh. Mr Wm Walthall and me George Worsham, Commissioners
I John Knight, etc. grant to Ambrose Cobbs. 350 acres on Appomattox River in Henrico, Co. bounded on south by the main river, west by land of Mr John Baugh, north by the main woods Signed : Thos Brerton Recorded 1 Feb. 1683 at request of Thomas Burton. p 265
"extracted from the records of Bristol Parrish by Nich. Dison. C. Cur." http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/e/l/Marlene-B-Delung/GENE1-0003.html
1718 Ambrose Cobbs Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811
10 July 1680. Thomas Burton: Henrico Co: Description: 350 acres upon Appamattocks River, and is bounded Ssutherly on the Maine River, adjoing the land of John Baugh. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 44 (Reel 7).
20 September 1683 James Baugh: Henrico Co: Description: 119 acres lr. 30po. In the parish of Bristoll and on the North side of Appamattocks, adjoing. the land of Thomas Burton. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 318 (Reel 7).
p. 342. Adms. bond rec. 1 Feb. 1685. Thomas Burton : Henrico Co:
Mr Wm. Baugh.
27 January 1665. John Pockett: Henrico Co: Description: 500 acres in the parish of Bristol next above the land of Mr. William Baugh on Perristyle Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 589 (Reel 5).
16 April 1668. William Baugh Henrico Co: Description: 577 acres on the North side of Appamattock river Begg. &c. in meadow nigh Wm. Jeffry’s house. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 5 (Reel 6).
p. 427. Will pro. 1 Apr. 1687. William Baugh: Henrico Co:
Mr Wm Walthall
1715 William Walthall: p. 45. Will pro. 3 Oct. 1715. Henrico Co:
1663 September 16: Colonel Abraham Wood: Charles City Co: Description: 2073 acres lying at Fort Henry, on the south side of Appamattox River. Bounded &c., from thence it crosseth a part of Appamattox Run to the lower end of an island called Flea Island &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 486 (Reel 4).
1665 Robert Coleman took up a 450-acre tract and three years later another tract of 283 acres. Other patentees were Robert Burgesse, John Maies, and James Thweat, whose grants are recorded in 1666, 1668, and 1670 respectively near Fort Henry http://www.vagenweb.org/dinwiddie/apamatica/ch1.htm
20 October 1665. Robert Coleman Jr: Charles City Co: Description: 450 acres on the south side of Appomattox River. Beg. at Robert Coleman, senior’s. head line. Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 519 (Reel 5).
29 October 1668. Robert Coleman Sr: Charles City Co: Description: 283 acres 14p. lying on the south side of Appamattox River. Beg. &c. at the river being a corner tree between Henry Leadbeater and the said Coleman, thence &c. to the head lyne of the island patent. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 189 (Reel 6).
12 November 1666. Robert Burgesse: Charles City Co: Description: 343 acres 105po. on the South side of Appomattox River. Adjoining the land of Gilbert Platt, Robert Coleman, senr. and Robert Coleman, junr. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 39 (Reel 6).
7 August 1667. John Maies son of William Maies Decd: Charles City Co: Description: 293a.2r.33p. on the south side of Appamattox River; 125 acs. part thereof being part of a former patt. of 250 acs. G’tg. to Ed:Townstall and by him sold to Wm. Maies father to sd. John Maies. Adj. to sd. Maies’ land next the river. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 134 (Reel 6).
24 April 1695 Capt. Henry Batt: Charles City Co: Description: 270 acres on the South side of Appamattox River, between the lands of Christopher Woodward on the river and the lands called Baylys on the heads the lands of Mr. John Mays. Source: Land Office Patents No. 8, 1689-1695, p. 411 (Reel 8).
15 March 1672/1673. James Thweat: Charles City Co: Description: 550 acres on the south side of Appamattox River; adjoining the land of Robert Coleman; thence &c. to the Blackwater. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 447 (Reel 6).
20 April 1682. James Thweat and Henry Bates: Charles City Co: Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 150 (Reel 7).
20 April 1689.Jame Thweat: Charles City Co: Description: 125 acres on the south side of Appamattox River; Beg. &c., to the line of Henry Batte, thence &c. being the line of Edward Birchett. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 708 (Reel 7).
20 April 1694 Thomas Parranm: Charles City Co: Description: 70 acres on the north side of Black Water Swamp; adjoining the land of James Thweat, John Clay &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 8, 1689-1695, p. 368 (Reel 8).
1674 Sept 26: HENRY LOWNE, 516 acs. Henrico Co., S. side James Riv., 26 Sept. 1674, p. 5 30. Running to his Landing; beyond the mouth of Usher's Cr., to Mr. Wm. Hatcher, above Packers Gutt, &c. 359 acs. granted to Richard Johnson 20 June 1639 and sold to sd. LOWNE May 1 1655; 100 acs. granted to James Usher in 1620 and by Ann Gates (or Gales), dau. and lawful heir of sd. Usher, with her husband, sold to sd. Johnson in 1638, and by him, sold to sd L OWNE 16 April 1655, as by Henrico Court may appeare; 66 acs. for trans p. of 2 pers.: Grace Savage, Tho. Clare. pg. 154, Patent Book 6 http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I43718&tree=WmTheIm
HENRY LOWNE or Henry LOUND
Henry Lound was born about 1619 according to later depositions in Henrico County. “Henry Lownee” appeared first in Virginia as a headright when Michael Master obtained a patent for land in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico County in 1645.
was later listed as a headright when Thomas Harris patented land in
Lower Norfolk County in 1667.
Henrico County in 1645. “Hen. Lownd” was later listed as a headright when Thomas Harris patented land in Lower Norfolk County in 1667.
March 1652. Henry Lowne: Henrico Co: Description: 300 acres on the north side of Appamattux River, beginning at a brooke called Conecock Brook. Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 41 (Reel 2).
In March 1652 Henry Lowne patented 300 acres on the north side of the Appomattox River in Henrico County near that of Abraham Wood, which he assigned this land to Thomas Wells before 1663 according to a 1672 patent issued to Wells. http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&3526
In March 1652 Henry Lowne patented 300 acres on the north side of the Appomattox River in Henrico County. His land was near that of Abraham Wood [7046.W]. Lound assigned this land to Thomas Wells before 1663 according to a 1672-patent issued to Wells. Lound later secured a patent on 516 acres in Henrico County on the south side of the James River in September 1674. http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/print.cgi?huddleston::3048.html
1667 Sept 14: Thom. Harris, 97 acs. Low, Norf. Co. N. side of Danil, Tanner's Cr., 14 Se pt. 1667, p. 222. Adj. Mr. Tho. Fulcher. Trans. of 4 pers.: Wm. Mosse, Robt. Taunton, Peter Abram, HEN. LOWND. pg. 57 Patent Book 6
1674 soon before his death, Mr. William Hatcher obtained a patent for 227 acres in Henrico County on the south side of the James River, between the plantations of Henry Lound and Gilbert Elam. http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&7076
26 September 1674. Henry Lowne: Location: Henrico County. Description: 516 acres on the south side of James River begg. &c. beyond the mouth of Ushers Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 530 (Reel 6).
Will of William
IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen, I William Hatcher being in perfect memory but now stricken in years do make my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. In primus I give and bequeath my spirit to Almighty God who gave it to me whensoever it shall please him to call me out of this sinful world and my body to the ground.
Item: I give unto Thomas Burton, Jr. the plantation between the land of Mr. Henry Lound and the land of Gilbert Elam to wit: two hundred and twenty-six acres, his choice of all my horses or mares, one heifer called blackchops, a young ewe, and a years schooling and clothes, till he reaches the age of seventeen years, to the confirmation of which I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this two and twentieth day of February, 1676/7.
and sealed in the presence of
Memorandum before the signing and sealing hereof, I do bequeath unto the above mentioned Thomas Burton Jr. the second choice of all my furniture thereunto belonging.
1678 Ann Hatchers mother, Anne Lound Hatcher, md. 2ndly, Samuel Moody. http://www.mindfreedom.net/gen/t-s-p/p196.htm#i451
Henrico Co., Va., Colonial Rec. Bk. 1, p. 70, Reel 4, Va. State Library. Other presentments by Worsham were Joseph Royall being at cards on the Sabboth; Henry Lound drunk in my sight; John Stuart drunk three days together; Charles Featherstone drunk since he has been in the jury and swore several oaths in my hearing; Mary Farley not at church above three times within the twelve month." — Park, p. 229 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~poythress/Epes.html
On 20 Aug. 1678 Henry Lound deeded livestock to his Hatcher grandchildren: Anne, Henry, Mary, William, and Martha Hatcher. Should they die before becoming of age and marrying then the property would go to his Batte grandchildren. He mentioned also his daughter, then called Anne Moody
Aug. 1678 Ann Hatcher was named an orphan of Henry Hatcher, dec'd, with Henry Lound as her guardian along with siblings (Henry, William, & Martha). http://www.mindfreedom.net/gen/t-s-p/p196.htm#i451
August 19, 1678 HENRY LOUND of Varina Parish, Henrico County, conveyed certain personality to grandchildren: ANNE HATCHER, HENRY HATCHER, WILLIAM HATCHER & MARTHA HATCHER. [Henrico Records, Vol 1678-1693, p 55]
Henry Lound is the maternal grandfather of Anne Hatcher. http://www.mindfreedom.net/gen/t-s-p/p196.htm#i451
As “Henry Lounds” was ordered to provide three men in the defense of Henrico County in 1679. In 1686 three of Henry’s Indian servants ran away, but Richard Embry caught them about ten miles away and returned them. Mr. Henry Lound and his wife Ann, were socially prominent citizens of Henrico County. He served on Henrico County juries http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/print.cgi?huddleston::3048.html
April 1680 Edward
Hatcher, son of William Hatcher, of Varina
Parish, Hennco Co., dec’d, to Benjamin Hatcher, son of said William Hatcher,
for sake of quiet and peaceable settlement of estate left by their father and to avoid
future suits and quarrels, confer each to the other 1/2 of personal estate left
by their father. Edward grants to Benjamin 200 acres of land at Varina,
lately in occupation of said William, and one tract called "Pigg in the
Bole" in same county, near land of Thomas Holmes, 100 acres; also one
tract called "Turkey Island", 150 acres. Benjamin confirms to Edward
a tract known as "Necke of Land", 400 acres; also one
plantation between Gilbert Elam and Henry
Lound, 250 acres, lately in occupation of Thomas Wood.
Wit: Tho. Cocke, Richard Cocke, Sr.
Signed: Edward Hatcher (EH)
p.129 - Identical deed ofsame date, signed: Ben Hatcher
15 - We, Edward Hatcher, Thomas
Shippy, and John Davis agree to share profits
and losses on our voyage to trade among the Indians, and give
bond for same. Dated 15 Jan 1681 Wit: Henry Lound (H), Leon. BALLOW
Signed: Edward Hatcher (E), Tho. Shippy (TS), John Davis (ID) http://www.myplanet.net/gedmnds1/vaballews.htm
1 August 1683 Mr. Henry Lound's Indian boy named Tom (who came in amongst ye English since ye late act making Indians slaves) adjduged seventeen p.150, http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/free_Indians.htm
Feb. 1686/7 Lound accused Edward Hatcher of stealing a pig. The jury of 12 good citizens of Henrico County heard Gilbert Elam Sr. and Gilbert Elam Jr. testify for Lound and listened to William Hatcher testify for Edward Hatcher. Convinced the jury the pig was Hatcher’s, the court ordered Lound pay the Elams 40 pounds of tobacco each and made Edward pay William the same http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&3526
2 August 1686 Certificate of Richd. Embry for takeing up five Runaway Indians, two of them belonging to Mr. Edwd Hatcher, the other three to Mr. Hen: Lound p.213 http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/free_Indians.htm
October 1686 Drake the servant of Henry Lound ran off and Lionel Morris of New Kent County caught him about ten miles from home http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/print.cgi?huddleston::3048.html
1690 the court confirmed Lound was due 200 acres for the importation of three “Negroes” and John Drake. Drake had been an indentured servant for Lound for at least four years
April 1699, it appeared that the Colony might have cause to fear "the Indian commonly called the Emperor of Piscatoway or Architekes and his Indians." It was ordered that Constable Edward Tanner give notice to all the principal inhabitants and others within his precinct, especially to Captain Joseph Royall, Abraham Womack, Francis Patram, Henry Lound, Henry Hatcher, Thomas Osborne, Thomas Edwards, Thomas Jefferson and Edward Haskins, to appear at Court on Friday next, the 21st Henrico Book 3, P. 225). http://www.womacknet.net/cherrygrove.htm
Henry Lound still owned this 516 acres in 1704. In 1690 the court confirmed Lound was due 200 acres for the importation of three “Negroes” and John Drake. Drake had been an indentured servant for Lound for at least four years. In October 1686 Drake ran off and Lionel Morris of New Kent County caught him about ten miles from home. His name was variously spelled “Lowne” and “Lounds.” http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/print.cgi?huddleston::3048.html
1708 Anne Lound Hatcher Moody, died.
1 Nov. 1708. p. 119. Will pro. Henry Lound Henrico Co
Will of Henry Lound
In the name of God Amen. I Henry Lound of Henrico County, Virginia, being weak in body but of perfect sense and memory praised be Almighty God do will, make, and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form as follows.
Imprimis. I give and bequeath my Soul to God that gave it and my body to the Earth from whence it came to be buried at the discretion of my Executrix hereafter mentioned in sure and certain hope of a Joyful Resurrection at the Last day.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Batte two hundred fifty acres of land joining upon the land of Capt. John Worsham it being one half of my patent to her and her heirs, executors, and assigns forever. The other half being disposed of already to William Ligon.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Anne Moody one feather bed now in the chamber upstairs, two blankets, one rug, bolster, and pillow and two silver spoons.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary Batte my Negro girl Betty to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Grandson Henry Hatcher one Shilling.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Granddaughter Ann Ward one Shilling.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Granddaughter Mary Tanner one Shilling.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Granddaughter Martha Blanks one Shilling.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Grandson William Ligon one gray mare marked with a small crop on the right ear with two small nicks on the left now in his possession and a gun commonly called Berham now in his possession.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Anne Moody one small chest now standing in the chamber upstairs.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Granddaughter Elizabeth Ligon my horse named Blaze now in her possession and one small trunk and one brass kettle. And all the remaining part of my estate, moveable and immovable, not yet disposed of I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary Batte. And I do hereby will, make, ordain, constitute, and appoint my Daughter Mary Batte my full whole and sole Executrix of this my Last Will and Testament she paying all my just debts and legacies.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this second day of July 1708.
Henry (H) Lound
Anna Lound married Henry Hatcher b: 1637 in Henrico Co, Virginia
Mary Lound was born Abt. 1650 in, and died Aft. 1708 in Prince George county, VA. She married Henry Batte http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/c/o/William-Rice-Scott/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0049.html
John Edloe The son and grandson of men named Matthew Edloe, I was born about 1660 in Charles City County first wife was Rebecca Hubbard daughter of Matthew Hubbard of York County and his wife, Sibella. We were the parents of John, Philip, and Matthew Edloe Married second Martha Hatcher in 1699. Our only son was Henry Lound Edloe was named for Martha’s grandfather Henry Lound whose 1708 will called her Martha Lound, I then being dead. http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&ed
My Notes: This is the Arrowhattocks Edloe Familes and the Families where Michael Johnson is being tithed at in the Edloe Plantation
June 1715 Mary Batte was living in Prince George County when she and William Ligon agreed to divide a tract called “Neck of Land” in Henrico County that had belonged to her father, Henry Lound. http://beejay1.tripod.com/pafn335.htm#10478
Henry Lounds and Anne Children as Reported
Mary Lound is married to Capt. Henry Batte on of Katherine Mallory and John Battes
Anne Lound Birth: ABT 1640 in Varina Parish, Henrico, VA married Henry Hatcher b: ABT 1638 in England and a Mr. Moody: Henry Hatcher is the son of William Hatcher of Swift Creek and Appottomax River
Children of Anne Lound and Henry Hatcher as reported
Anne Hatcher Birth: Abt 1660 in Varina Parish, Henrico Co. VA married Seth Ward b: 1661 in Sheffield, Henrico Co.,Va and William Blackman
Henry Hatcher Birth: 1658 in Henrico County Va Death: 1743 in Chesterfield Co. Va married Dorothy HARDAWAY Death: Abt 1750 in Dale Parish, Chesterfield Co., Virginia daughter of John Hardaway and Francis Harris Granddaughter of Thomas Harris and Lady Yeutt: To Thomas Harris and Adria Gurganey: To Edward Gurganey and wife Anne Bright
Martha Hatcher Birth: 1672 in Henrico, Virginia Death: 1705 in Henrico, Virginia Maried John Edloe b: 1660 in Henrico, Virginia and a Mr. Blanks: John Edloe is the son of Mathew Edloe and wife Tabitha he was also married to Rebecca Hubbard or Rebecca Herberd whose family is also involved with the Rev. Edward Johnson of Cheesecake Paths estate.
Mathew Edloe is also part of the Edloe Plantation where we find Michael Johnson and his brother in Law Jones being added to the tithes list in St. Peters Parish. The Edoes lived by Edward Johnson John Johnson and Luke Johnson of Strawberry Bankes,
Mary Hatcher Birth: 1662 in Henrico County Va Death: 1756 in Chesterfield Co., VA married Edward Tanner Death: 13 Aug 1719 in Henrico Co., Va son of Joseph Tanner and Mary Platt: his sister Mary Tanner was married to William Farrar and to William Ligon
William Hatcher: Birth: 1669 in Henrico County Va Death: 1694 in Va.
Rev. Robert Batte Birth: 1560 in Okewell Hall, Birstall Parish, Yorkshire, England Death: 16 Jan 1618 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Will: 1 Dec 1617 Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Married: 7 Feb 1603/4 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Elizabeth PARRY Birth: 1582 in Hampshire, England Baptism: 14 July 1582 Hinton-Ampner, Hampshire, England Death: 1633 in Okewell, Yorkshire, England. She is reported daughter of Roger Parry Burial: 24 May 1634 Hampshire, England
Rev. Robert Batte is reported to have been First married to Alice Lockey Married: 5 Oct 1597 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Burial: 21 Aug 1603 Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England
Child Margaret Batte: Death: Aft 1618 married George Parry
Child Elizabeth Batte Birth: 1600 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Death: 1607 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England
Martha Batte Birth: 1607 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Married: Henri Ranier 7 June 1620 in Birstall Parish, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
Anthony ROLLINSON married the Widow Mary Elizabeth Batte 4 June 1629 in Okewell, Yorkshire, England
Reported Children of Rev. Robert Batt and Mary Elizabeth Parry
Capt. John Batte: 1606 in Newton Tony Parish, Wiltshire, England Death: 1652 in Oakwell Hall, Yorkshire, England married Martha Katherine Mallory daughter of Thomas Mallory and Elizabeth Vaughan
Mary Batte b: 1605/6 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Death: bef 1612
Elizabeth Batte Birth: 1607 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Death: 1643 in Bristoll Parish, West Riding, Yorkshire, England married Dr. Richard Marsh who was the chaplain to King Charles I and vicar of Birstall and Halifax."
Henry Batte death abt 1659
William Batte Birth: 1611 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Note: William Batte "joined his brother in Virginia. More than one William Batte came to the Colony and identifying who they were is hard. Further, one settled in Charles City County where most of the records have been destroyed Death Va
Mary Batte: Birth: 1612 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Married: Reresby Eyre on 12 Nov 1633 in Birstall Parish, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
Katherine Batte; Birth: 1614 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Death: bef 1661 in VA as she is not mentioned in her husbands will She was married to Rev. Philip Mallory
Rebecca Batte: Birth: 1616 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Death: 1643 in Birstall Parish, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
Robert Batte: Birth: 1617 in Newton Tony Parish, Wilshire, England Death: in Birstall Parish, West Riding, Yorkshire, England Note: "grocer of London, petitioned the 'Committee for advances of money cases' on behalf of his brother who went to Virginia with his family in June 1646
Reported Children of Thomas Mallory and Elizabeth Vaughan or Elizabeth Vaughn
Elizabeth Mallory b 1614 married Thomas Glover
Jane Mallory married John Halford
Mary Mallory married Edward Wryley
Rev. Phillip Mallory 1618 in Dovenham, England Death: 27 Jul 1661 in London, England married Catherine Batte daughter of Robert Batt Birth: ABT 1590 in England Death: ABT 1660, vice-master of Oxford University and wife was Mary Elizabeth Parry. Rev. Phillip Mallory was Rector of Charles Parish in York County, Virginia. He returned to England. His will was dated July 23, 1661 and probated July 27, 1661
Rev. Thomas Mallory: b: BEF 27 AUG 1605 in Davenham, Chestershire, England Baptism: 27 AUG 1605 Brindle, Lancashire, England Death: 8 SEP 1671 in Brindle, Lancashire, England married Jane and or a Mary or a Francis
William Mallory abt 1606 was bapt. at Davenham. died abt 1643
Martha Katherine Mallory ca 1630 probably in England married John Batte who was born ca 1606 in England. Son of Robert Batte Birth: 6 Jul 1560 in Okewell Hall,Nr Birstall,Yorkshire, England Death: Aft 1617 in Okewell Hall,Yorkshire ,England and Mary Elizabeth Parry · Birth: 1568 in Golden Valley,Hertford, England Death: Abt 1635 in York,,England
Katherine Mallory’s brother is the Rev. Phillip Mallory who was involved in the Rev. Edward Johnson of Cheesecake Paths estate, Mrs. Mallory is Catherine Batte daughter of Robert Batte and wife Mary Elizabeth Parry mentioned in the reports of Rev. Edward Johnson is the Aunt of Capt. Henry Batte married to mine and Peggy’s lines of Mary Lound, whose sister is Anne Lound married to our Henry Hatcher reported to be one of our forefathers.
Capt. John Batte who married Katherine Martha Mallory was born in 1609 in Chester, England. She died on 9 Feb 1643/44 in Yorkshire,
Capt Henry Batte was born on 13 Aug 1628 in Yorkshire, England. He died in 1702 in Prince George, Virginia. "In 1673 Henry Batte, patented 3528 acres on south side of Appomattox River and second branch of the Black water. He was a member of the House of Burgesses 1685-86." came to Virginia about 1646." married Mary Lound:
William Batte was born in 1629 in England. William "was a burgess for Elizabeth City Co. in 1658/9." married Mary Stratton:
Henry Batte married Elizabeth Chamberlaine:
Mary Batte married George Cox
Children of Mary Lound and Capt. Henry Batte died before 2 July 1708 in Prince George, VA as reported
Elizabeth Batte married Henry Ligon
Mary Batte married John Poythress, Sr
Anne Batte married William Stratton
Rachel Batte married James Parham
Sarah Batte married Abraham Jones
Henry Batte married
29 June 1671 Robert Bowman Jr 557 Acres Henrico County south of James on south side of Henry Lower above Packers Gutt, to land given him by his father, Robert Bowman, dec'd; along Martin Elam, to Joseph Tanner's orphants, to Coles Creek, to the landing; 100 acre part given him by his father 10 Jan 1661.
Mr. Wm. Hatcher in era of 1674;
Well this is not William Hatcher of Swift Creek but it is one of his off spring Possible William Hatcher born 1659 son of Edward Hatcher and Mary Ward but I think he would not be old enough to own lands in 1674: There is a wide Variance when WilliamHatcher Jr son Of Williamhatcher of Swift Creek died
Ann Gates or Gales
Timothy Markham's transport to Virginia was paid for by Thomas Wells, who on 24 March 1665/6 was granted 260 acres, 2 rods, 24 poles in Henrico County, on the north side of Appomattox River at the head of said Wells old patent.
March 1652 Henry Lowne patented 300 acres on the north side of the Appomattox River in Henrico County. His land was near that of Abraham Wood [7046.W]. Lound assigned this land to Thomas Wells before 1663 according to a 1672-patent issued to Wells.
24 March 1665. Thomas Wells; Henrico Co: Description: 260 acres on the north side of Appamattox River, at the head of the said Wells’s old patent &c. from Flintone Swamp &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 584 (Reel 5).
1665 Oct 20: To all & whereas & now know yee that I ye said Sr Wm BERKELEY Knt & give & grant unto James AKIN & Richd. WOMACK 335 acres of land in Henrico Coty. on ye north side of Appamattock River beginning at a wt. oake being a corner(?) tree at ye head of Tho. WELLS his land, extending into ye woods N 160 po. to fflintons River then W 250 po. S 160 po. E 250 po. then at the heads 106 po. N W by W160 po. to a small slash running into fflintons S S W 160 po. E 116 po. N 60 po. to the place aforementioned, 250 acres of ye sd land being formerly granted to ye sd James AKIN by Patt. dated 20th of October 1665 the remainder being 85 acres due to ye sd James AKIN, & Richd. WOMACK by & for ye transortacon of 2 psons into this Collonny to have & to hold & to be held yielding as provided. Patent Book 6, pg 454 Henrico Co., VA
26 May 1673 James Akin: and Richard Womack: Description: 335 acres on the North side of Appamattock River; begg. &c. a corner tree at ye. head of Thomas Wells’ land. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 454 (Reel 6).
2 January 1677. Thomas Wells Henrico Co Description: 296 acres 3r. l9po. on the north side of James River, adjoining the land of Thomas Cooke and John Wattson. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 632 (Reel 6).
Deed 1677 Henrico Co., Virginia Thomas Wells, was called “father” (step-father) by William Harris, who with his wife Mary (b. 1642), made him a deed (1677), in which they relinquished their title to a deed of gift of land, from Thomas Wells, which he formerly gave them, “to have and to enjoy in the same manner and form as he gave it to us, and if Richard Holmes, who is now in possession of one parcel of said house and land do leave the said plantation, that the rights and privileges return to my father-in-law, Thomas Wells.” Witnesses; Thomas Cheatham, and Thomas Gregory
1677 Henrico Co., Virginia Thomas Cheathem witnessed a deed of gift from William Harris and Mary, his wife, to Thomas Wells, Marys father.
15 May 1678 Henrico Co.,
Virginia p.138 page 48 We
have made a division of land between George Worsham and John Willson as by
survey of Col. Lygon. 15 May 1678
Signed: Thomas Batte, Tho. Lockett, Charles Fetherston, Thomas Wells (™), Richard Womack (W), JAMES EKINS (IE), James Baugh, William Puckett (W), Peter Ashbrook (P), John Baugh (IB), John Puckett (P), James Gates (G)
Feb 1680 Virginia Henrico County, Deeds
1677-1705 Weisiger 975.5453 p.11 page 162 Robert Russell for a valuable
consideration to Eben Bellangey, all my interest in land on East side of Cobe
Creek, next to Thomas Welles, being part of a patent to JAMES AKIN and
for 335 acres 26 May 1673. 28 Feb. 1680
Wit: Rich’d Ligon, JAMES AKEN, Sr. (IE)
20 April 1684. Evan Bellange: Henrico Co: Description: 83: 1: 32 in the parish of Bristol and on the north side of Appamattocks River beginning at a corner white oak belonging to the patent of Thomas Wells now in the possession of Richard Holmes. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 356 (Reel 7).
Henrico Co. Book 7: Alex Mackenny 296 acres 3 R, 19 P, Henrico Co, north side James adj Mr. Tho Cock and Mr. Jno Watson near Cedar Branch fall ing into White Oake Branch near New Kent road along line of Walton 20 OCT 1688 granted Thomas Wells ... deserted ... from cert granted by Mr. E. Chilton to Mr. Lanct Bathhurst 7 APR 1687
My Notes: This is very Interesting Alexander Mackenny now owns the lands that were granted to Thomas Wells in 1688 Oct 20. LOL WHERE DO WE FIND ALEXANDER MACKEENY IN THE JOHNSON REPORTS.
Thomas Wells Henrico Co: p. 115-116. Will pro. 1 Oct. 1696.
Will: 21 Jan 1695 Henrico Co., Virginia
Will of Thomas Wells
Dated: 1 Oct 1698, Henrico County, Virginia
Will Book 5 Chesterfield County, Virginia
I, Thomas Wells being very sick and weak in body of good mind and memory, I do think fit to make this my last will and testament. First I bequeath my soul to God and who gave it and my body to the earth. Next I give unto my son Thomas Wells and his heirs forever all my land and my two Indian boys Jack and Will, and one gray mare by the name of Moll branded with a T on the one buttuck (buttock) and a X on her foluck (forelock), she and her increase forever and one feather bed and one pair of blankets and one rug and two small guns and one small Duke chest and King Bible.
Next I give to my daughter Mary Wells my Indian woman called Betty, she and her heirs forever after hereof and to have the woman and her increase in her own possession when she, the said Mary Wells, shall attain the age of fifteen and one young mare by the name of Ruby branded with a T she and her heirs forever and one iron pot of about nine gallons and one pair of pot hooks and one brass kettle of about seven gallons and one small bowl of about one peck, if my daughter should die before she shall attain the age of fifteen, then my son Thomas to have her part and my Thomas to have the benefit of his Indians when he shall attain the age of fifteen.
I make my wife my whole and sole Executor of all the rest of my Estate whatever with my hand and seal the 21st of Jan. 1695.
Signed, sealed and delivered The W T marke of SEAL
in person of Thomas Wells
Henrico County, October 1, 1696
Proved in Court by all the witnesses
Subscribed to be the Act and Deed of
Thomas Wells, Decd.
Reported Children of Thomas Wells
Thomas Wells Jr: Birth: Abt 1660 Death: Sep 1696 in Henrico Co., Virginia
Mary Wells married William Harris : born Abt 1650 in Hanover Co., Virginia son of Thoams Harris b abt 1630 whose brother is William Harris killed in 1678
Ann Wells married Robert Clarke
1663 September 16 Col. Abraham Wood: Location: Charles City County part of Appamattox Run to the lower end of an island called Flea Island &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 486 (Reel 4).
1675 about, Wood's son-in-law, Peter Jones, who then commanded the fort and traded with the Indians, opened a trading post nearby, known as Peter's Point. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petersburg,_Virginia
Peter Jones, who married the daughter of Abraham Wood and who by act of the General Assembly was made commander of Fort Henry in 1675 to succeed his father-in-law. The earliest record of the first Peter Jones is dated 1655, for that year, on the first of June, Abraham Wood made an agreement that was witnessed by Henry Randolph and Peter Jones. Two years later, at a meeting of the militia held at Merchant's Hope, it was ordered that Captain Peter Jones be given command of the company belonging to Coll. Abraham Wood, Esq." In his will, dated January 19, 1721, the first Peter Jones mentions his sons- Abraham, Peter, William, Thomas, John, and Wood-and his daughters, Ann, Margaret, and Martha. http://www.vagenweb.org/dinwiddie/apamatica/ch1.htm
13 December 1736. Location: Henrico County. Grantee(s): Peter Jones and Dorothy Jones, his wife; and Henry Batte, and Elizabeth Batte, his wife. Description: 1600 acres on the North side of Appamattox River. And known by the name of Cunneecock. Source: Land Office Patents No. 17, 1735-1738, p. 211 (Reel 15).
Peter Jones Birth: 1634 in Charles City, Virginia Death: 1680 in Charles City, Virginia is reported to be the son of Richard Jones Birth: 1608 and wife Anne Jefferies Birth: 1612
Reported Children of Peter Jones and Margaret Woods daughter of Major General Abraham Woods
Abraham Wood Jones Birth: 1662 in Of, Henrico, Virginia Death: 5 Dec 1689 in , Charles City Co., Va
Mary Margaret Jones Death: 1718 in Henrico, Virgnia Married: 6 Jul 1685 in Charles City, Jordan Parish, Virginia Joshua Wynne “Major” Birth: 20 Mar 1662 in Charles City, Virginia Death: 30 May 1715 in Prince George, Virginia, son of Colonel Robert Wynne and wife Mary Sloman b: 16 Jun 1629 in London, England
Peter Jones Capt: Birth: 1666 in , Charles City Co., Va Death: AFT 10 Mar 1726 in Bristol Parish, Prince George, Va Married: Oct 1688 in , Henrico Co., Va Mary Batte Birth: 1668/1669 in Of, Henrico, Va daughter of Thomas Batte b: 1634 in , England and wife Mary: Granddaughter of John Batte and Katherine Mallory
1680 July 10: Charles City Co; Abraham Wood Description: 1304 acres in Bristol Parish and on the south side of the run of Appomattox River and joineth to the westward of his former devident at an ancient marked tree and near the Indian Town Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 45 (Reel 7).
Indian Town Creek.
1681 Jan 16, An agreement between Edward Hatcher, Thomas Shippey and John Davis to go on a trading expedition among the Indians. Henrico Co, VA WilIs and Deeds 1677-1705, p.216
p.363 - 4 Jan. 1685 Edward Hatcher of Varina
Parish, planter, to John Field of same, carpenter, for 1060 lbs
tobacco, 300 acres in same parish on north
side of James River, next to land sold by said Hatcher to Robert
Burton, being part of a grant to said Hatcher 6 Oct.
1675. Wit: Jno. Woodson, Will
Johnson Signed: Edward Hatcher (EH) Recorded 1 April 1686 Mary,
wife of Edward, relinquished her dower right.
Recorded I April 1686
Mary, wife of Edward, relinquished her dower right. http://kyusa.addr.com/Ward/Farmer-Ward.html
Edward Hatcher in 1685: this could be Edward Hatcher married to Mary ward: Or Edward hatcher son of this Edward Hatcher
30 October 1642. Cornelius De Hull "The description of this grant will be found in the book contg. the abstract of grants under the head of No County - perhaps if this grant should not be in Henrico, it may be adjoining therefore it may be proper to introduce in this place." Description: 502 acres known by the name of Lilley Valley. Begg. &c. next Mrs. Edloes swamp &c. over the creek where Cornelius is now seated &c. a mile So. Et. on John Davis Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 842 (Reel 1).
31 October 1642. John Davis Henrico Co: Description: 200 acres joining on his former patent called the Long Fields N: Wt. towards the land of Cornelius De Hull, East on the river. Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 842 (Reel 1).
1 October 1672 John Davis: Henrico Co: Description: 500 acres northly, upon the land now in possession of John Burton and including nigh half the long Feilds &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 426 (Reel 6).
John Davis Henrico Co: p. 101. Inv. & appr. rec. 2 Dec. 1689.
John Davis was married to Martha Burton or a Mary Burton who died in 1690 Henrico Co. Va reported daughter of Robert Burton and Mary Cox. Grandaughter of William Cox of Arrowhattocks and his wife Elizabeth Hutchins.
1720 Bristol had served the southern part of Henrico, the present Dinwiddie, and the western part of present Prince George. With the organization, however, of Brunswick from Prince George, a slice had been cut from Bristol and constituted a parish for the new county. Yet the ministers still stacked up considerable mileage in the service of their parishioners. It must have been quite a relief to the Reverend Robert Ferguson - rector in 1742 - when Bath Parish was created from the western part of Bristol. The Reverend George Robertson had been rector of Bristol from 1693 to 1740. Though the area soon to become Dinwiddie County lay chiefly in Bath Parish, its eastern quarter was retained by Bristol. The reason for the creation of Bath and the bounds of the parish are set forth in the following act :
Whereas the inhabitants of the parish of Bristol, in the county of Prince George, labour under great inconveniences, by reason of the small number of tithables in the same; and it is reasonable that part of the adjacent parish of Bath, in which there are a greater number of tithables, should be added and annexed to the said parish of Bristol :
Be it therefore enacted, . . . That from and after the first day of May next ensuing, part of the said parish of Bath, be annexed to, and made part of the said parish of Bristol; and that the bounds thereof, for the future, be established in manner following; that is to say, by a line to begin at Appamattox River, on the east side of Wallace Creek, thence a south course to Surry County Line; which shall always hereafter, be reputed, deemed, and taken, to be the bounds between the said parishes.
The early churches of Bath Parish were Sapony (1725-1726) and Hatcher's Run (1738-1740) both established in Bristol Parish prior to the creation of Bath, and Butterwood (built before 1762). These served major portion of the area that was to become Dinwiddie. Sapony Church was situated in the southern part of Bath, Hatcher's Run in the northern, and Butterwood in the western. Blandford (1734- 1737), now in Petersburg, was a church of Bristol Parish.
1727 AERA: Major Peter Jones considered the real founder of the city, already had a well established trading post there in 1727. His old stone warehouse still stands on Peter’s Point. The following were trustees of Petersburg beginning in 1762: Robert Bolling, Rodger Atkinson William Eaton, John Banister Robert Rufin Thomas Jones, Henry Walker, George Turnbull, and James Field. http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&862
Major Peter Jones in 1727
1733 Peter's Point renamed Petersburg Founded by Peter Jones and William Byrd http://encyclopedia.jrank.org/PER_PIG/PETERSBURG.html
1734 Blandford Church is erected http://encyclopedia.jrank.org/PER_PIG/PETERSBURG.html
1737 June 20 Mary Worsham, born 1658 in Henrico Co., VA died 20 Jun 1737 in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico Co., VA wife of Richard Ligon, born 1657 in Malvern Hills, Henrico Co., VA
1784, The towns of Blandford, Pocahontas and Ravenscroft ere added to the City of Petersburg http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&862