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FUSHIA COLOR IS MINE AND PEGS RELATIONS
BLUE IS CLUES TO HUDSON JOHNSON
GREEN IS KNOWN MICHAEL JOHNSON DNA INFORMATION AND CONNECTING INORMATION

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 White Oak http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i.html#Group_White_Oak

Purple is Cousin Joe Matlock Research

Maroon is connecting of Johnson surname researcher to A. Euell Johnson

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 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i.html

 

Olive is the DNA LINE of Leonard Johnson and Todd Johnson

Haplogroup I1b -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 Norway Spruce  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i1b.html

 

Gold is the Color for descendants of Colonel Richard Johnson

 

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

 

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.

 

Notes: Some Quaker dates have been translated Before the 1752 calendar change, the first month of the year was March. The correct date is inserted
before the quoted excerpts below. 
From: Mary E. Stewart  

 

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.

 

Hungars Parish in Northampton Co available records 1758-1782 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/misc/parish1.txt

 

 

1634 Northampton County Johnson and Allied Families

 

1643 Samuel Johnson by John Neale Gent. The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1643 Transported Samuel Johnson’s trans by John Neale Northampton Co. 1643 CPv1 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

                              OLD KECOUGHTAN.                                      85

 

John Neale, merchant.  At the east side of this land, on the shore, about 100 poles or 500 yards from John's Creek, was the "look-out tree," where a sentinel watched the distant capes for approaching vessels.  In 1628, Lieut. Edward Waters, whose romantic career had begun in 1609, with the wreck of the "Sea Venture," and his discovery on the Bermuda Islands of a vast piece of ambergris worth three million dollars, patented

100 acres adjoining.  These two tracts, making 150 acres, or 165 acres as the surveys showed, became vested in George Downes and were long known as Downes' Field (see plat by John Lowry). 

 

On the east side was a marsh or gut called Thomas' Creek, still to be seen to the east of Mrs. Phoebus' residence, near the town of Phoebus.  Some distance above this, about 500 poles from John's Creek, was a tract of 100 acres, patented in 1644 by William Wilkinson "minister of God's word."  "It lay in or neare Buckerowe," a term, like "Strawberry Banks," originally meaning a considerable region of country, and afterwards used to designate a single plantation.  This tract extended along Mill Creek (originally Point Comfort Creek) for 75 poles till it reached 300 acres, called in the suit below "Buckroe," "late in the tenure of Dr. Calvert, and now (1644) in the possession of Anthony Elliott."  Further above, it seems, was an Indian Spring, on the shore side of Mill Creek, about a mile and a quarter from a branch of Harris' Creek.

   

At the head of John's Creek was the Glebe land, lying on the north side of the present trolly car line from Hampton to the town of Phoebus. A grant to Robert Partin, in 1637, locates his lease of 40 acres as "south on the Fort field, and north towards the church," and this was the same land as Thomas Coniers', which was described, in the

patent to Major Richard Moryson for Fort Field, as parted from the Glebe Land by a creek making in from Sandy Point (Soldiers' Home Point).  So it seems the church in 1637, was standing somehwere in the neighborhood at the Butler School.  A new church was afterwards

erected at Pembroke Farm, about 1667, and in 1727 the church in Hampton Town was erected.

    

In 1619, 3,000 acres were assigned at Hampton for the use of the company, and 100 acres for a glebe;* and 1,500 acres were reserved for the common lands.  These lands were on the easterly side of Southampton River, and stretched along Mill Creek as far as the Bay.  They were at first only leased for a term of years.  In 1625, there were 349 inhabi-

tants at Elizabeth City, and Captain William Tucker was commandant of the plantation.  The first minister was Rev. William Mease (1610-1620), the next was Francis Bolton, in 1621; the next, George Keith, 1623-25, and the next was Jonas Stockton.  "Mr. Fenton minister," died at Elizabeth City September 5, 1624.

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/elizabethcity/court/kecoughtan.txt

NOTES: Edward Johnson yeoman 50 acs .. parte of the Strawberry bancks abutting Wly upon Thomas his creek, parting from Edward Waters Ely along bancke of great river … Nov. 1627 CPv1

Dictoris Christmas … parte of the Strawberry bancke, Ely on land of Edward Waters Wly along bancke of the great river, S upon the same … Aug 1627 50 acs CPv1

William Cox …E on land of Dictoris Christmas extending towards ground now granted Christopher Calthropp, S on maine river Sept 1628 CPv1

Lt. Edward Waters 100 acs .. part of the Strawberry banckes, abutting E on Thomas his creek towards the part of Buck Roe, W along the banke of the River, S upon the maine river & N with direct line up into maine land Oct 1628 v1

Dictoris Christmas to Lyonell Roulston … 50 acs upon Strawberry banks where I now liveth .. Sept 1628. Roulston then made this over to John Neale Jan 1630 – who patented it Feb 1632 "upon land of Edward Waters, now in Tenure of Georg Downes, W along gr. Riv CPv1

Capt. Francis Hooke 100 acs upon the Strawberry Banks Upon a Cr. Next The fort field, S upon the maine river, E upon Thomas Oldis land & NE upon land of John Neale. The sd land being … Robert Partin and Gresham Covell Aug 1637. In another patent the land goes to "whoe shall bee Capt. Of the Fort … beg. By the plackett well which is upon the Cr. Side which runneth up by the Gate House W .. to place where a howse stood where one Powell lived … to a Spring in the bank of cr. Right against the howse of Thomas Oldis. CPv1 Linda Starrs Research

Notes: 1630 January 14: John Neale: County Unk: _____ upon the Strawberry Banckes where I now dwell: Land Office Patents # 1 1623-1643 vol 1 & 2, pg 134 on reel 1: Library of Virginia Archives Section;

Interesting John Neale, in 1630 his lands are on Strawberry Banckes which means he is close to Edward Johnson of Strawberry Banckes who came to the colonies by 1622. But in 1643 John Neale is in Northumberland Co.

1643,July 22d Will of William Burdett, gent. dated 22d July 1643, Rec. 7 Aug., 1643.

Son Thomas,

wife Alice, widow of George Traveller; wife's son Geo. Traveller, and dau. Elizabeth. Bequeaths "L5 to the lower parish of Northampton for a communion cup and plate if it will hold out. other-wise one cupp only, or, as the ministers and their church wardens shall think fitt."

Thos. Burdett to have 1 doz. silver spoons with his name engraved upon them

Alice, his wife, to have the charge of the education of his child and to live on his lands.

Asks that "Mr. John rozier, Capt. Wm. Stone and Mr. Thomas Johnson take special care of he educacon of my Tender Sonne"

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Papers, Vol. 1, No. 3. (Jan., 1893), pp. 155-156. Northampton County - misc court records (William and Mary College Quarterly)

 

Notes: William Burdett

Notes: Thomas Burdett

Notes: George Traveller

Notice: Alice:

Notes: Mr. John Rozier

Notes: Capt. William Stone

 

1645-55 Thomas Johnson Burgess Northampton County http://www.jamestowne.org/AncList/J_L.htm

 

1645 Northampton: E'd. Scarbrough, Speaker, Thomas Johnson http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/vareg1.htm

1646 June: Thomas Johnson Gent. 600 acs June 1646 at Naswattock Cr. Bounded on SW by creek separating same from James Bruse on the NW by the maine cr. CPv1 :::

Notes: Nassawattock Creek

Linda Starrs Notes; Christopher Kirke, son & heir Christopher Mar 1662 at Nuswattocks Cr bounded NE on land of Thomas Johnson granted James Bruse 1645 CPv1 Linda Starrs Notes:

Notes: James Bruse Mar 1645 at Nassawattockes Cr. Adj. Christopher Johnson CPv1

Notes: 1645 Mar: James Bruse Mar 1645 at Nassawattockes Cr. Adj. Christopher Johnson CPv1

1646 Oct 5: Northampton: Edward Douglas, Thomas Johnson: Burgess http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/vareg1.htm

1647 H. Barker,  by Thomas Johnson, Gent., Northampton Co. http://www.genealogy.com/users/b/a/r/Mike-Barker-VA/FILE/0022text.txt 

1647 Wm. Arnold transported, headright claimed by Thomas Johnson, Northampton County. Vol. I, Page 164: http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/ARNOLD/1998-06/0897844000

1647 April: Thomas Johnson 1000 acs Apr 1647 at Occohannock Cr beg. At western part Mattasipneck due by assignment of William Waters CPv1

Thos. Johnston, Gent. 1000 acres Northampton Co. 9 Apr. 1647 At Occohanock 
Creek for transport of 20 persons among them Win. Arnold. C & P, p. 164, P.B. 2, p. 76
http://searches.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/special/afas/volume1/vol1no1.txt 

 

Notes: Occohannock Creek

John Ellis, James Jones & John Taylor April 1648 at Otchahannock Cr bounded by land of Thomas Johnson due by assignment Edward Drew CPv1 Linda Starrs Research

1650 Aug 28: Timothy Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations: 1632-1800: pg 219 Request that adm. Of estate not be granted rec. 28 June 1650: pg 224a Adm. Bond rec. 28 Aug 1650: Deeds Wills Etc. # 3 1645-1651 on reel 3 : Library of Virginia Systems # 000556561

 

1650 Oct: 1650: John Taylor N side Charles River at point of land between two creeks Oct 1650. Formerly granted John Jones Jul 1642 & by Edward Williamson assigned unto James Johnson who assigned to William Tymon & accruing to Taylor by marriage with the relict of Tymon CPv1 Linda Starrs research

 

Notes: John Taylor

Notes: John Jones

Notes: Edward Williamson

John Taylor N side Charles River at point of land between two creeks Oct 1650. Formerly granted John Jones Jul 1642 & by Edward Williamson assigned unto James Johnson who assigned to William Tymon & accruing to Taylor by marriage with the relict of Tymon CPv1

 

Notes: William Tymon

Notes James Bruse or James Bruce

Notes: Christopher Kirke

1651 Richard Johnson by Anthony Johnson The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1651: Anthony Johnson 250 acs July 1651 at great Naswattock Cr, being a neck of land bounded on SW by the maine Cr & SE & NW by two small branches issuing out of the mayne Cr. Trans 5: Richard Johnson CPv1 Linda Starrs

Notes: Anthony Johnson

 Notes: John Rogers Mar 1662 at the head of the N br of Nondices Cr bounded on W by Truett E by Anthony Johnson & N by John Williams CPv1 Linda Stars

 Notes: Maj. George Parker 1671 granted to Anthony Johnson dec’d & by Inquisition CPv2 :linda Starrs

Notes; John Rolles 1672 granted to Antonio Johnson, negro, & escheated CPv2 Linda Starrs Notes: Geo. Parker at Pungat on SW side Pokomock Cr adj land of John Williams; land formerly Nich. Wadalow’s & land of Antonia Johnson negro 1673 CPv2

Notes: John Rogers

Notes: Nondices Creek

Notes: Major George Parker

Notes: John Rolles

Notes: Pungat

Notes: Pokomock Creek

Notes:  Nicholas Wadalow

1654 Nov.; William Johnson, merchant taylor 400 acs Nov 1654 at Ananock on W side of cr dividing this from Nich. Waddilow and on E with branch parting same from John Browne. Trans. List includes William Johnson CPv1 research of Linda Starr

1654 Nov; Rich. Johnson Negro 100 acs Nov 1654 on S side Pongoteague Riv., Ely upon Pocomock, Nly upon land of John Johnson negro, Wly upon Antho. Johnson negro & Sly upon Nich. Waddilow CPv1

Francis & Mary Vincent Mar 1660 S side Pungotege Riv, Ely upon a br of same called Pocomock, Nly upon land of Jno Johnson negro, Wly upon land of Anthony Jonson negro, & Sly upon land of Nicholas Waddilow. Granted Richard Johnson negro, Nov 1654 & due above by assignment from Mathew Pepin Dec 1660, to whom it had been assigned by sd Richard Johnson Mar 1657. CPv1 research of Linda Starr

Nich. Waddilow Apr 1655 on S. side Pongotegue Riv, Ely upon Pocomeck Cr. Nly on land of Richard Johnson negro & Sly with land of Richard Bunduch trans 20 including Wm Johnson CPv1 Research of Linda Starr

Mr. Hugh Yeo Mar 1664 S. side Pungotegue Riv., Nly upon land Charles Scarburgh purchased of Yeo merchant, Ely on land of Anth. Hoslins, Wly part on land Jno Robinson, & part on land of Nich. Waddilow; 400 acs at Pungotegue Cr bounded on W by land of Thomas Johnson, N by main creek CPv1 Linda Starrs Research

Francis Vincent and Mary Vincent

Notes: Mathew Pepin

Notes: Pocoomock

Notes: John Williams

John Williams Mar 1655 on S side Pungotegue Riv, Ely upon Pocomoke Cr, Nly upon land of Thomas Teagle, Wly upon land of Anthony Johnson Negro, & Sly upon land of John Johnson negro CPv1 research of Linda Starr

Notes: Thomas Teage

Notes: mr. Hugh Yeo

Notes: Charles Scarbbrugh

Notes: Anthony Hoslins

Notes: Jonathan Robinson

Notes: Pungotegue Creek

1652 Mary Johnson by John Johnson The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1652 April 26: Burgees: Northampton: Obedience Robins, Edm. Scarbrough,
Thomas Johnson, William Jones, Antho, Hoskins. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/vareg1.htm

1652 May: John Johnson 550 acs May 1652 at great Naswattocks Cr adj. 200 ac granted to Anthony Johnson trans 11 including Mary Johnson CPv1

Notes: Naswattocks Creek

Notes: Thomas Bell Nov 1657 at the head of Nuswattock Cr, Sly on branch parting from land of John Tilney & John Johnson Jr. & Nly by land of John Pepper CPv1

Notes: 1676: Jno Thompson bet Nasswattux & Ochahannocks Crs 1676 beg at land Thomas Savage; to Nico. Tubbins to Obed. Johnson, along Jno Smith [See Northampton Co.] CPv2

Notes: Maj. John Tilney May 1672 granted Thomas Clifton dec’d & afterwards remaining in possession of John Johnson; escheated 1663 … CPv1

Notes: Thomas Smith on N side Naswattox Cr May 1706 adj. John Johnson; land formerly Thos Marshall; John Sheppard & Tho Savage CPv3 Linda Starrs Research

Notes: Thomas Bell

Notes: John Tilney

Notes: John Pepper

Notes: Jonatha Thompson

Notes: Thomas Savage

Notes: Nicholas Tubbins

Notes: Obediah Johnson

Notes: Jonathan Smith

Notes: Thomas Clifton

Notes: Thomas Smith

Notes: Thomas Marshall

Notes: John Sheppard

1652 May; Thomas Johnson Jr. 450 acs May 1652 at Pongotegue Cr beg. At Pocomoke Cr CPv1

1652 May 10 George Andrews Northampton  One of 9 pers trans by Thomas Johnson, Jr, who rec 450a on Pongotegue Creek at Pocomoke Branch. http://www.genforum.familytreemaker.com/goodwin/messages/4814.html

Notes: Pongotegue Creek

Charles Scarburgh Oct 1652 at Pungotege Cr bounded on W side by land of Thomas Johnson Jr. CPv1

Mr. Hugh Yeo Mar 1664 S. side Pungotegue Riv., Nly upon land Charles Scarburgh purchased of Yeo merchant, Ely on land of Anth. Hoslins, Wly part on land Jno Robinson, & part on land of Nich. Waddilow; 400 acs at Pungotegue Cr bounded on W by land of Thomas Johnson, N by main creek CPv1 Linda Starrs Research

Notes: Charles Scarburgh

Notes: Mr. Hugh Yeo

Notes: Anthony Hoslins

Notes: Jonathan Robinson

1652 May 10: Northumberland Co: John Johnson: 550 acres at great Nuswattocks Creek adjoining to a tract of 200 acres granted to Anthony Johnson: Land Office Patents # 3: 1652-1655 pg 101 on reel 2: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

1652 June 13: Northampton Co: Events the next few months, however, only aggravated the complaint. On the 13th June, 1652, Richard Husband, master of the ship "Hopeful Adventure" seized the ship of Mr. Walter Chiles, "who on January 24, 1651-2 had sett sayle with his Page 192. owne shipp" called the "Fame of Virginia," to Rotterdam and was "in the Roade of Accomac" on the return to James City when the said Husband came up. Husband's pretext was that Chiles had no license from the Parliament and was bound with cargo to Brazil. Chiles petitioned the Court of Northampton for relief, maintaining that the seizure was "contrary to ye peace of this countrye. And also coutry to ye agreemt made by ye comrs that were appointed by ye keeprs of the Libertyes of England and to ye damage of ye petr towe thousands pounds sterl." The Court, thereupon, ordered Husband to restore the ship and cargo, the seizure of which was pronounced "contrary to the treaty with the Parliamentary Comrs." But Husband sailed away with his prize and the Court ordered such writings to be dispatched "as may be necessary to prosecute Husband before the Honble State of England." The next year (in June 1653), Thomas Harmanson,(1) aged 22 years and Dr. John Severne, aged 19, testified that some of the inhabitants of Northampton had met in Dr. George Hack's(2) old field where Capt. Tho. Johnson read them an order of Court, which caused Stephen Horsey to call the Comrs "a company of asses and villyans."

RESEARCH NOTE: Walter Chiles is a Ship Owner whose family ends up in the home of Col. John Page on Archers Hope. The Great Grand Child of Walter Chiles (Rowland Chiles) living beside William Johnson on Buffalo Creek in 1780 era of Henry Co. Va.

1653 Derrick Jonson (Johnson) by Anto. Hoskins The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1653 Transported Derick Johnson’s trans by Antho. Hopkins Northampton 1653 CPv1 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Anthon Hoskins or Anthony Hopkins

1653 Era: In addition to owning white redemptioners, Anthony and Mary Johnson also owned black servants. In the 1640's John Casor was brought to the Virginia Colony, where he was purchased by Anthony Johnson. In 1653 Casor filed a complaint in Virginia's Northamption County Court, claiming that his master had unjustly extended the term of his servitude with the intent of keeping Casor his servant for life. In his formal written pleading Casor alleged: "Yt hee come unto Virginia for seaven or eight years of Indenture, yt he had demanded his freedom of Anth. Johnson his masfter; & further sd yt hee had kept him his servt seaven years longer than he should or ought." [Original spelling.] Johnson, insisting he knew nothing of an indenture, fought hard to retain what he regarded as his personal property, stating, "hee had ye Negro for his life." On March 5, 1655 the presiding judge, Captain Samuel Goldsmith, ruled that "the said Jno Caster Negro shall forthwith bee returned to the service of his master Anthony Johnson." Casor went with the Johnson's to Maryland and was still owned by Mary Johnson in 1672.

Durante vite (servitude for life) had not existed in the colonies - except for a small number of white convicts transported from the British Isles - until Anthony and Mary Johnson won the judicial determination making John Castor their servant for life. It was not until 1670 that the Virginia legislature enacted durante vite by providing that "all servants not being Christians imported into this colony by shipping are to be slaves for their lives, but such servants as come are to serve, if boys or girls, until 30 years of age, if men or women, 12 years and no longer." http://www.epado.bravehost.com/whiteslaves09.htm

1653 Mar.; John Studson (Hudson) beg. At land of John Robins & running towards land of Tho. Johnson Mar 1653 CPv1

Marj John Robins, sr, Gent 12-5-1707/5-28-1709
probate: 5-28-1709 p
Witt: William Waters, James Ansell, Benjamin Baynton, Thomas Savage

codiciles 2-1-1707 and 3-25-1709 and 5-28-1709
Wit: William Watters, Edward Webb, Elizabeth Robins, Peter Clemant

Note: in 1677 Capt John Robins recorded cattle marks for Mrs Grace Robins, for his eldest son col Obedience Johnson for his wife Esther, and for his son Littleton Robins 1651-1654 p 235

Children:
eldest son Obedience Robins,

John Robins,

Edward Robins,

Thomas Robins,

Littleton Robins,

dau Esther wife of Arthur Denwood of Sumerset Co., MD

Grace Stringer wf of Hillary,

Elizabeth Robins,

Slaves/servents: n woman Betty Vembo, mallatto girl

Sarrah the dau of Hannah, n man James,

n woman Purharah,

Mallatto boy Charles son of Hannah,

n girl Jinney, ,

 n man Nedd,

n woman Nancy,

n girl Hagar, dau of the said Nancy,

mallatto boy William son of Betty Vembo and

n girl Mary,

n man Aminidab,

mallato servent Beck (female),

white servant boy John Smith

Grandchildren:Esther, Levin, John, PRissilla, Arthur, and Betty
Denwood (sons and daus of Arthur and Esther), Peleg Robins son of
John Robins and Katherine his wife,

Others:
William Cord
(MD), George Willis, Thomas Sheapherd, John Margett,
George harmanson, Charles and Joseph Hanby, John Daniel dec'd, Mrs
Sarah Matthews, Mr Wise (english merchant),  Goddau Margaret Waters
dau of Col William Waters, kinswoman Frances Powell wf of Samuel
Powell (has at least 4 children), William Kendall, George Blake,
Hannah (probably Blake), Edmund Scarburgh, Cl William Watters, Capt.
Thomas Savage, George Harmanson, Hillary Stringer, Nathaniel
Littleton brother of my dinsman Bowman Littleton dec'd, Richard
Waters 9brother in law to Bowman Littleton), Lt col William
Whittington, Mrs Esther Littleton, Southy Littleton brother of Bowman,
Edward Webb, Nathaniel Wilkins, Usetice Sanders, George Willis

Gelding, Charles 4-30-1709/5-28-1709
son Charles, grandson Southy Rue,dau Comfort Rue, Charity Stockly,
daus Hope, Hesia and Agetha….

Savage, Benjamin 10-23-1717/2-18-1717
son John,son Littleton, dau sarah, wf Susannah extrx  Witt: Peter
Dalby, Bridget Savage, Luke Johnson p 133

Banks, harrison 1-15-1717/4-18-1718 wf Jean Banks extrs Witt: Thomas
Banks, Thomas Savage p 138

Freshwater, George 10-26-1717/3-17-1717 sons: George and Thomas, Mark
and Mathew,
Wf Elizabeth
Daus Resander Freshwater, Sarah Freshwater, Elizabeth Rasco
granddau Comfort Freshwater
Wf extrs
Witt: John Eyre, Daniel Eyre, Samuel Burton, William Eyre p 138

Dowman, Daniel 12-15-1717/5-1718
brother Nathaniel Dowman, orthans Anne and Tamer Hin??? Sister
Elizabeth Dowman, mother not maned, brother Jacob Dowman, sister
Easter Dowman, sister Margarett Dowman,
Brother nathaniel extr
Witt: Arthur Rasco, Richard Smith, John Moore p 142

Powell, John 6-1-1719/6-1718
dau Sarah, dau Rose, dau Yearldly, John Granger, n Daniel, dau
Margaret, dau Mary n woman Quashe, mulatto man Will, wf Sarah,
friends John Robins, George Harmanson, and Argoll Harmanson to
overse
Witt: robert Sill, Ester Mapp, George Harmanson, John Douglas, Grace
Rabyshaw p 144

White, John 5-6-1718/6-1718
Wf Ann, dau Temporance, son Obedience (<21), dau Elizabeth,Wf Extrx]
Witt: John marshall, William Stakes, John Tilney p 146

Banks, Thomas 3-12-1717/6-1718
son Robert,wf Sarah, dau Grace, sons Robert and William,dau Ann (all
under 21)
Wf extrx
Witt: Richard Thorman, Joseph Warren, Littleton Robins [p 147

Golding, William jr 4-165-1718/7-1718
Thomas Fox, William Cammel, wf Elizabeth ,father, Wf Extrx Witt:
George Knight, Richard Bull, John White p 151 (probate the witness
john white is dec’d)

Robert Andrrews 6-23-1718/9-17-1718
To my son John andrews, to my son Robert Andrews …to son Jacob (<18….
Mathew Hegher, Philip Lecat,(Jacob grandfather Sheapherd, sons John
and Nathaniel Andrews are (<18), Dau Sarah Andrews, son Southy
Andrews (<14), dau Rachell Andrews (<14)
sons Robert and Nathaniel extrx brother Morris Shepherd to oversee
Witt: James Fairfax, Richard Booll, Thjomas Gascoyne, Thomas James p
152

Hopgood, Henry 12-28-1655

Raboon, Anthony 2-28-1665 Admtr John Tatum Apprs: thomas Dimmer,
Robert Harris, Samuel Young, William Hudson p 21
(elizabeth Raboone was the dau of Anthony Raboone)

Gilbert, Richard 1-23-1665/2-28-1665 p 21
Children: Richard, Sarah
Mentioned: Grace Satchell, William Satchell extr, John Cole, Peter
Vicker--servent,, John Evens
Witt: john Thirkitle, John cole

Gossall, John, Negro 2-28-1665  Admtr: william Harman, negro Widow
Jane Gossall md William Harmar p 26

Chelton, George 8-1666 Hicholas Hudson and Thomas Gittings ext4s.
Brothers John and Stephen Chelton. P 27

Jacobson, Lawrence 11-28-1666 Admtr: lt Col William Waters. Sec: John
Robins, Apprs: john Waterson, William Starling, Paul Trindall, Eustis
Sanders

Farrall, Donnough 6-26-1667/6-29-1667 Nuncup
Isaack Foxcroft Witt: David Edwards, Mary Robyc p 39

Stevens, John 12-30-1667  Admtrx: Ester Stevens widow Apprs: Thomas
Harmar, Mathew Gethings, Daniel Neech, Thomas Hogg
(the widow md Teage Odcare

Andrews, John 1-28-1667 Admtr: Col John Stringer on behalf of Andrew
Andrews  Apprs: William Westerhouse, Sampson Robins, John Haggoman,
William Gaskins p 46

Harris, John Servant to Lt col William Kendall undated/ 8-28-1668
Nuncup, Mrs Freeman
Witt: nicholas Slmon aged 34 marriner, Walter Jones aged 22

Jewett, John 10-28-1668 Admtr: Neale Mackmellinge,Alice Mackmellinge
dec’d wf of the said Neale
Apprs: William Ennis, John Allen, Stephen Costene, Edward Ennis

Harad, Nicholas 10-28-1668  Admtr: Arthur Upshott Apprs: John Dolbie,
John Kendall, William Steevens, Thomas Bullock p 56

Worgan, John 4-6-1668

Smith, William 10-30-1668
refers to the ec’ds estate and to his widow and children no names
William Mellinge, Nicholas Powell,
Children: Elizabeth Smith, Mary Smith dec’d orphans, William and
Agnes Smith also dec’d orphans
Thomas Maddux md the widow. P 308

Mathew Gethings, 10-30-1668 nuncup  proved by Neale Mackmellin and
Stephen Costen  Ellenor Gethings is widow and extrx p 60

Christopher Turner, 12-31-1668/1-28-1668 p 61
wf Mary Turner extrx
children mentioned Not named
Witt: William Abbott, John Tankard
(widow md Thomas Wilson p 87, 91)

Robins, Richard 3-1-1668 Col John Stringer high sheriff to take
custord of the dec’d estate p 62

Castle, Robert, turner 7-26-1672/11-4-1672
Wife Alice Castle (md John Parsons p 10)
George West, Thomas Leigh, John Webb
negro woman to be free and transported to james town if sh pleases
Witt: samuel Young, Thomas Leigh

Thomas Bagley, 7-29-1672/11-5-1672
Son Thomas Bagley, Robert Miller, Mr. Wallop, Mr Castell, Sampson
Robins—cooper, Ralph Bagley and Edward Bagley (brothers of dec’d),
WittMathias Holsy, Ralpyh Wornell
(the child died, Thomas: Ann Bagley the wf of Thomas Bagtley is the
mother in law of John Field p 240

Richard Robins, 3-1-1668 Col John Stringer high sheriff to take
custord of the dec’d estate p 62

John Hagamond, 10-10-1672/11-28-1672 of Hungars
Children: Marcus, Isaac, John (in order),  Patience, Comfort
Margaret Wf and Extrx
Witt: Capt Isaac Foxcroft, Edmond Yardley

****,Christian, servant woman to Arthur Upshott 6-30-1673 she died
from either a beating by Arthur Upshott or scurvy p 189, 193-195

Francis, Harper, planter 3-21-1673/6-30-1673
Children: Edward Harper, son in law Walter Carter,
wf Elizabeth Harper extrx
John Harper alias Markeham of Somersett co in Maryland
Witt: Daniel Neech, George lilley p 198

Joathan Newell, 6-30-1673 p 201
Thomas Betts, , cooper 8-28-1673  Admtr: Edmund Allen brother in law
of the dec’d on behalf of Margaret the dau of the dec’d p 206

Maj William Andrews, Gent 7-24-1673/8-28-1673
Mentions:
Son in law George Evelin (under 21) This is the son of his wife
Dorothea.
Children: William , Obedience, John Robert, Grace, Susanna andrews
and Elisheba Reverdy Andrews wf of Peter Reverdy
Grandchildren: katherin Reverdy
Wife extrx Dorothy Andrews
Brothers in law William Waters and John Robins
father William Andrews
Others: Jonathan Gills, William Sterling, Mrs Robert Hutchison,
William Jones and Georte Traveller
Witt: Lt Col William Waters and Mrs. Agnes Powell

Note : William Andrews, is the brother in law of Stephen Stringer
1651-1654

Francis Paine, negro 5-9-1673/9-29-1673
Wf Agnes Paine
Devrax Dregushe
Witt: nathaniel Wilkins, Elizaeth Pettitt p 220
(William Gray md Amey the extrx of Francis Paine p 38, 69)

Anthony hoskins, of Accomack 5-15-1666
Joyce Widow md Alexander Fleming of Rappahanock Co pp 1,2

Immanuel Halle, 4-3-1666/5-28-1666
son John hall, youngest son Immanuel hall, dau Ann hall, Wf Extrx
Witt: Edward Innis, William Innis, George Lillie
(Eustace Peasons md the mother o the three orphans of Emanuel hall p
193)

John Frizell, 4-23-1666/5-28-1666
James Walker, Goody Williams, John Bagwell Witt: Thomas Huett, Thomas
Bagwell

Sarah Dorman, 5-28-1666 Christopher Rater, wf Mary Dorman

Samuel Powell, 2-6-1660/8-29-1666
dau Elizabeth, William Lawrence to have my son Samuel until 20, John
Racmear to have my son Thomas until 20, dau Katheryn to remain wit
Thomas Powell until she comes to ate, Susannah remain with Roger
Spinney and Ellinor his wf until she come of age, Thoams Duparkes to
have son Gabreill……

John Trueman, 8-16-1678/3-27-1679
godson John Gethings the son of Thomas, dau Mary Trueman, god dau
Mary the dau of Peter Watson, friend Morgan Dowell, Wf Frances, dau
Mary Trueman Wf: extrx
Witt: William Abott, Owen Marsh p 7

Robert Warren, 11-12-1673/3-27-1679
wf and children mentioned John Warren ,son and extr
friends Lt col William Waters and Francis Pigot
Witt: John Willett, John Adolph p 9
(Owen Marsh md the widow June, and the son James was the youngest son
asnd a minor p331)

John Kendall, 2-2-1679/3-27-1679 Nuncup
wf Susannah
children not named
Witt: Richard Fortescue aged 37, Mary James aged 40 p 9
(widow susannah md Henry Warren and the dau Susanna md John Harmanson
p 215, p 248

Amey Gray, 5-28-1679 late wf of William Gray dec’d

William Sharpe,
Jacob, Risdon 8-14-1718/9-17-1718
wf Bridget,

children: Lazarus, Isaac, Thomas, Rachell, Abraham,Leah, Jacob Wf
Extrx
Witt: John Robins, William Taterson, John Waterson, Robert Foster p
154

Anthony Seady, 8-13-1718/9-17-1718
sons: stephen, John
dau: Charity, Patience
son in law Joseph Dunton, dau in law Cumfort Dunton, Dau Elizabeth,
Wf Elizabeth,John Walter,  Witt: luke Johnson, John Johnson p 155

Simon Teague, 8-26-1718/9-17-1718
cousin Simon Johnson (under age), cousin Bartholomew Coizer, neighbor
Ales Green, and her son Joseph Green, neighbor Joseph Green, cousin
Edmund Johnson, cousin Jepter Johnson, cousin Elizabeth Reed, cousin
Benjamin Johnson, cousin Naomy Maddox, four cousins Elizabeth Gill,
Peter Doubty, Rowland Doubty, and Jepter Doubty, neighbor Sarah
Laylor and her son Luke, cousin Obedience Johnson Srt, extr
Witt:
Arthur Rasco, Thomas Fisher, Sarah Fisher p155


Thomas, Eliott, sr 7-22-1718/10-22-1718
son Thoms dau Abigall, wf Mary extrs
Witt: Elizabeth Griffith, Deves Newton p 157

Partrick falconer, 11-12-1718/11-19-1718 nuncup
of hungars parish
Elizabeth All, Indian woman slave, John Denis, Mary elliot, Delves
Newton, Daniel Luke, James Warener, Joohn Lucar, John Robins, sr,
Luke Lucar, Charles Lucar, Henary Clegg, Benjamin Dolby, Edward
Belliat, brother James Falconer in London , Littleton Robins and
Hillary Stringer extrs
Witt: harman Gascoyn, John Denis, Charles Lucar, John Lucar p 159

powell, Sarah 10-11-1718/11-19-1718
dau Sarah, n man Jack of Morocco, children Sarah, Rose and Margaret,
n man Peter, dau Yearly Powell (uner age), dau Mary, husband dec’d,
dau Sarah extrx
Witt: Walter Dixon, Esther Mapp, George Harmanson p 160

Kendall, William
dates, witnesses and signature lost or not recorded. properly
recorded later 1717-1725  p 28a  P 164

Wife extrx. not named
George Harmanson, Hillure Stringer, and Severn Eyre to assist her

Children: john (uner age), unborn child, dau Sarah Kendall (under
age), dau Ann Parks Kendall, Palmer Kendall (under age)

sister: anne Hunt and Gauton, Esther

father Howson, grandfather of children Johnson, grandmother Scot's

slaves: n Jack Ball, n girl Bes, n Hannah, Pillober girl or boy, n
woman Sare,

walter, John 12-28-1718/2-1718
jsons: John, Thomas, Solomon (<21), dau s:Tamer, Rachell
Wf  not named
sons John and Thomas extrs
Witt: Arthur Rascoe, William Tankred, William Darby p 5

Dent, Joseph9-4-1718/2-17-1718
dau Eunice Dent, n wench Hanner, N boy Stephen, n girl Betty, Sister
sarah Notting, Richard notting, Nathaniel Barker, Littleton Kendall
son of William Kendall, cousin Richard notting,william Kendall extr.
Witt: arthur rascoe, Jonathan Scott, Nicholas Fountain p 6

caple, Thomas 1-23-1718/3-17-1718
son Waterson, wf Sarah
Witt: William Scott, Marke Roberts p8

Hanby, John 10-30-1717/3-17-1718
son William, grandson Richard Jacob, dau Ellener Jacob, ann Holt, dau
of Ann ;Mary Holt, Richard Thorman, Michael Cormick, Brother Charles,
son William Extr:
Witt: Thomas Harmanson, Richard Thorman
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/northampton/wills/wills002.txt

1653 July 5: Burgess: Northampton: Captain Thomas Johnson, William Mellin, Stephen Horsey. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/vareg1.htm

1654 Ann Johnson by Richard Allen The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

Notes: Richard Allen

1654 Nov 20: Burgess: Northampton: Peter Walker, Wm. Waters, Tho. Johnson. http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/vareg1.htm

1655 Richard Johnson by John Nicholls The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1655 Transported Richd Johnson’s trans by John Nicholls Northampton 1655 CPv1 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Tithables in Lancaster Co., 1716

SAINT MARYES WHITE CHAPPELL PARISH

 

                      LIST OF TITHABLES.

 

                   Capt Richard Ball's List

 

Charles Ewell  7              Wm Bell  2

Hen Stoneham  1               Hen ffleet jr.  4

Wm Dodson  3                  Jno Cox  2

Jno Alderton  3               Jno Stanno  1

Theoph Morgan  1              Chas. Christy jr  1

George ffinch  2              Charles Kelly Jr  1

John Moll  5                  George Home  1

Darby Dunaway  1              Edwd Mager  3

Danll Bryan  1                Wm Brush  2

John Crosted  1               Tho Davis  2

Wm Pittman  3                 Tho Nutall  2

Jno Reeves  2                 Alt. Butler  1

Wm Dodson  3                  Wm. Martin  5

John Wilkinson  3             Isaac Currell  5

Wm Bertrand  6                Jno Killgore  1

Tho Carpenter  4              Mr Jno Turbervile  10

Edwd Jones  1                 Rowland Cornelius  1

Peter Revier  1               Danll McRey  2

Geo. Downton  2               Gawin More  1

Wm ffrizell  2                James Plummer  2

Wm Robertson  2               Jno Hewes  2

Wm Delaney  1                 Jno Hart  2

Darby Callahan  1             Murto Wood  1

Jno Callahan  1               Jno Bell Clerk  4

James Stott  2                Walter Heard  5

 

Page 109

 

Wm Wood  2                    Doctr Attkins Quarte  3

Wm Norris  2                  Epaph: Lawson  7

Charles Taylor  2             Patric Mahone  1

William ffleet  2             Edwd Gibson  11

Henry Head  3                 ffort: Sydnor  2

Symon Hiskerson  2            Nica Martin  2

John Nicholls  2              Francis Hattaway  3

Henry Lawson  7               John Hawkins junr  1

Rod Gibson  6                 Mrs May Harwood  5

John Cox on ye hills  1       James Garton  1

John Swan  9                  Wm Brent  3

Wm Norton  1                  Rowld Lawson  8

Tho Heanaugc  1               Walter James  2

George Henry  1               Tho Purcell  4

Thomas Thompson  2            Ri. Chichester Esq  5

Hugh Kelly  1                 Wm Thompson  1

Robt Angell  1                Leonard Knight  1

Walter Heard  5

 

1655 Eliz. Johnson by John Hinman The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

Notes: John Hinman

1655 John Johnson by Southy Littleberry The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

Notes: Southy Littleberry

1655 Mar. Maj. Thomas Johnson 200 acs Mar 1655 at Occahannock Cr at the head of Matachepeneck bounded on W by Cedar Br. separating this from land of Henry Edwards & George Truett, N by his own land, E by pine bridge br. CPv1 Linda Starrs Research

Notes: Matachepeneck

Notes Cedar Branch

Notes: Henry Edwards

Notes: George Truett

Notes: Pine Bridge Branch

1655 March: Nicholas Waddilow 600 acs by land of Richard Johnson negro & adj. Richard Bunduck Mar 1655 CPv1

1655 Mar.; Obedience Johnson, son & heire of Thomas Johnson 200 acs, branch parting this from land of Henry Edwards & George Truett – patent Mar 1655 to Maj. Thos. CPv1

Notes: Obedience Johnson

William Andrews Oct 1665 … patent dated Oct 1637 & at length became the Inheritance of Obedience Johnson son & heire of Lt. Col. Thomas Johnson dec’d, who sold to Robert Hutchenson & by him assigned … CPv1

Thomas James in Naswaddux Neck; begin at head of Briggodee br; to land of Thomas Johnson; to John Parramore; on Cutting’s land adj. John Marshal; Richard Johnson & Obedience Johnson; on Cedar Br gutt Sep 1723. Said land found within bounds of patent to Thomas Johnson 1647 & entered by Obedience Johnson his grandson who sold to sd James Aug 1722 CPv3 Linda Starrs Research

Notes: Robert Hutchenson

Notes: Thomas James

Notes Naswaddux Neck

Notes: Briggodee Branch

Notes: John Paramore

Notes: John Marshall

Notes: Cedar Branch Gutt

1655 May; William Johnson & Stephen Horsey 500 acs May 1655 being a neck of land at Anacock bounded on W by a branch separating this from land of David Cuffin. Trans list includes Wm Johnson CPv1

Notes: Stephen Horsey

Notes: David Cuffin

Notes: Ananock

Research Notes: 1654 Nov.: William Johnson, merchant taylor 400 acs Nov 1654 at Ananock on W side of cr dividing this from Nich. Waddilow and on E with branch parting same from John Browne. Trans. List includes William Johnson CPv1 research of Linda Starr

1656 Geo. Johnson by Nicholas Waddilow The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1656 Eliza Johnson by John Evans The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1656 Transported John Johnson’s transp by Southey Littleton, renew patent 1656 Northampton CPv1 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Southey Littleton

Notes: LITTLETON. - QUARTERLY, VIII., p. 230.  The connection of Col. Nathaniel Littleton, Nadua
Creek,
Accomac county, with Sir Edward Littleton, baronet, Lord Chief Justice of England,
is further shown by an extract from the family pedigree book at the house of the present
Lord Chief Justice of England, is further shown by an extract from the family pedigree book
at the house of the present Lord Hatherton, which was furnished by Henry Stewart Littleton,
his younger brother, to Major John Cropper, of
Washington City, who kindly communicated it
to the editor. 

 

According to this paper, the line runs:  Sir Thomas Lyttleton, or Littleton,
knight of the Bath, dec'd 2'3 August, 1481, author of Littleton's Tenures, married Frances
Burley, and had issue William, from whom springs Lord Lyttleton's family (1893) in direct
descent;

Elena,

Alicia,

Richard, married Alice Wynesbury, of Pillaton, from whom springs
Lord Hatherton's family (Littleton), of Pillaton and Tedderley (1893), and Thomas. 

This last (Thomas) married Anne Batreaux, and had, with other children, John, who married Alice
Thornes. 

They had issue (1) Thomas, of Stoke, in Shropshire, who married Frances Southey,
(2) Edward, of Henley, Shropshire, died 1622, who married Mary (Walter de Ludlow,

(3)Christopher,

(4) Ada (?), married Margret Lacon,

(5) William, married Margaret Hopton.  Sir Edward Littleton and Mary de Ludlow had issue,

(1) Sir Edward, Bart.,

(2) William,

(3) James,
(4) William,

(5) John,

(6) "Nathaniel, emigrated to Virginia in 1635, a gentleman of the Earl of Southampton's Company in the Low Countries, 1625",

(7) Timothy,

(8) Anne,

(9) Mary,
(10) Martha,

(11) Priscilla,

(12) Joanna.

Col. Southey Littleton appears to have married twice, (1) Sarah, who, in 1665, is
mentioned as "the wife of Soluthey Littleton, of Nadua, gent.", and (2) Elizabeth, daughter
of Major Edmund Bowman. 

 

In 1679, Major Bowman gave 2,264 acres to Bowman Littleton, son of Col Southey Littleton, and grandson of said Bowman.  There is an order entered November 16, 1692, against Catherine Bowman, widow of Edmund Bowman, and

Gertrude Cropper, widow of John Cropper, to recover a silver bowl, etc., given the children
of Elizabeth Littleton by her father, Edmund Bowman, 22 December, 1681. 

Gertrude Bowman was the sister of Elizabeth Littleton, and the wife of the first John Cropper. 

The estate of Major Bowman, called "Bowman's Folly", on Folly Creek, as descended to John Cropper, Esq., of Washington City, he representing the eighth generation which has lived on the land.
(See also "Memoirs of Gen. John Cropper", Virginia Historical Society Collections, XI, pp.
275-315).

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/schools/wmmary/notes0017txt

 

Notes: 1671 Transported Mathew Johnson’s trans by Edmund Bowman & Southy Littleton N'ampton 1671 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes:    Lower Norff: att a Court held ye 15th Decemb.
A, (1659,) psent.   att Savill Gaskins,
Coll:Jno Sidney,            Mr John Porter, Jnr
Lt. Colo. Tho:Lambart,      Capt.  Richard ffoster,
Capt. ffran: Emperor,       Lt Thomas Keelinge.
Mr Edmund Bowman,
   

Whereas Ann Godby, the Wife of Tho: Godby, hath contrary to an ordr of ye Court bearing date In
May, 1655, Concerning Some Slangers & scandals Cast upon Women under ye notion of witches hath
contemptuously acted in abusing & taking ye good name & Creditt of
nico Robinson's wife, terming hre
a witche, as by severall deposicons appeares.  It is therefore ordd that ye sd Tho: Godby shall pay three
hundred pounds of tobo & Caske fine for her Contempt of ye menconed order, (being ye first time) &
also pay & defray ye Cost of sute together wth yWitnesses' Charges at twenty pounds tobo p day als
exec.
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/history/witchcraft.txt

Notes: Nicholas Robinson

Nicholas Robinson is the first of General James Randolph Robertson that can be dound in the Colonies. Nicholas Robinson’s son is Christopher Robinson

Notes: John Custis Died January 26, 1713
Here Lyeth ye body of John
Custis, Esquire, One of the Council of Virginia, Colonel and Commander in Chief of
the militia on the Eastern Shore of this Colony.
He was the son of the Honorable John
Custis of Arlington and departed this life in his sixtieth year.  His first
wife was Margaret, the daughter of Mr. John Michaell, by whom he had 7 sons and 2 daughters who with
3 of their sons lies near him.

His second wife was Sarah, the daughter of Colonel Southy Littleton and widow of Mr. Adam Michaell, who survives him but hopes to be buried by him when she dies as was his desire. Which accordingly now she is and departed this life  the 18th day of April Anno Domini 1720, in the fifty-first year of her age.
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/northampton/cemeteries/wilsonia01.txt

ye daughter of Mr. John Michaell, by whome he had seven sons and two daughters, who with three of their sons lies near him.  His second wife was Sarah, the daughter of Colonel Southy Littleton, and widow of Mr. Adam Michaell, who survived him, but hopes to be buried by him when she dies, as was his desire.  Which accord-
ingly now she is, and departed this life the 18th day of April, Anno Domini, 1720, and in the fifty first year of her age.
 

   OLD TOMBSTONES IN MATTHEWS COUNTY.         259
 
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/accomack/cemeteries/tombs000.txt
                     ____________________

 

1656 Oct; Nich. Waddilow Oct 1656 transp: George Johnson CPv1 research of Linda Starr

1658 March: Johnson Jr. 400 acs Mar 1658 SW upon the head of land of John Williams & his own land & running towards seaboard side. Renewed Oct 1662 CPv1

Notes: John Williams

Thos. Smith Mar 1663 SW upon part of the head of land of John Williams & part upon land of John Johnson granted Johnson Oct 1662 & by him assigned to sd Smith CPv1

 

1658 Dec 28 Thomas Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Pg 30-31 Will Pro. 28 Dec 1658: Deeds Wills Etc. 1657-1666 on reel 4 Library of Virginia Systems # 00055655

 

1660 May 5 The Republican period ended with the re-instatment of the monarchy and parliament's order that henceforth all writs should be issued in the name of King Charles

 

1660 Sept 12: John Nuthall & Jane Johnson Sept. 12th."A true account of such persons as have been baptised, married and burried in Hungars Parish from ye 25th of March anno 1660 unto the 25th of  March 1661.Hungars Parish Records for 1660-1661:  Northampton County, Virginia  Thomas B. Robertson William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 18, No. 3. (Jan., 1910), pp. 178-181.

 

Notes: John Nuthall

 

1660 Oct 22: Eliza ye wife of Adolph Johnson 8br 22nd.  Persons Burried - "A true account of such persons as have been baptised, married and burried in Hungars Parish from ye 25th of March anno 1660 unto the 25th of  March 1661.Hungars Parish Records for 1660-1661:  Northampton County, Virginia  Thomas B. Robertson William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 18, No. 3. (Jan., 1910), pp. 178-181.

 


12-18-1660/1-28-1660 John Penuell, children John Penuell and Hanna Penuell.

 

Joh Say on cow calf,

 

to ann johnson the dau of Hanna Johnson one cow calf over and above what was give by my deceased wf katherine Penuell to Ann

 

To john Walter my now servant one cow calf. 

 

To arthur Blake son of Robert Blake one cow calf. 

 

To my son John mu best suit of clather with short coat bought of Mrs parker to be reserved for him until he is of age. 

 

To john Webb a suit of clothers.
 

To this parish 500#t for thebuilding aor reedifying a church. 

 

My dau Hannah to enjoy the ring given her aby her late dec'd mother katherine 

 

To my dau hanna Penuell my n girl Ann Drigges 

 

To my son John my plantation. 

 

My now servant John Webb to act as overseer of my other servants and crops until my dau Hanna is 14 and then she to receive her part. 

 

My son John to have his hare when 16. 

 

My dau hanna to go to school this ensuing yr with Mrs Blake. 

 

My friend John Stringer, William Jones, William Waters, kendall, William Andrews, Edward Littleton to supervise my will. 

Mr Thoomas Teagle to preach my funeral sermon  Wit: Robert Blake, Francis Blake, Frances Robins p

Codicil one yearling which I formerly gave to Ursely Whittington to
be devivered to her
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/northampton/wills/wills001.txt

 

Notes: John Penuell

Notes: John Stringer

Notes: William Jones

Notes: William Waters

Notes: Kendall William Andrews

Notes: Edward Littleton

Notes: Thomas Teagle

Notes: Robert Blake

Notes: Francis Blake

Notes: Francis Robins

Notes: john Walter

Notes: Jno Kencall betw Broad Cr freshwater run & Bell’s Br adj. Jno Walter; Tho Bell, Maj. Tylney Oct 1673 trans: John Johnson [See Thomas Bell 1657 patent Northampton Co.] CPv2

 

Birth Records

DATE                CHILD                 FATHER               MOTHER LOCATION

1661: April 1 Richard Johnson: Thomas Johnson:     Ann : Northampton County so email me at FRMRNYR@AOL.COM for a copy

1662 Mar.; Christopher Kirke, son & heir Christopher Mar 1662 at Nuswattocks Cr bounded NE on land of Thomas Johnson granted James Bruse 1645 CPv1 Linda Stars research :

 

1662 June.15.  Margaret Johnson Northampton County vital blue 395 Virginia Death Records, 1600 -1699 Most of these are wills, so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy, there are a few that are not wills, but i will let u know when u email me.there are a couple of duplicates, if you see them let me know, thanks kristina thanks Kristina frmrnyr@aol.com

Notes a Margaret Johnson is associated with Joseph Johnson of Archer Hope

1664 Transported Anthony Johnson trans by John Savage Northampton 1664 CPv1 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

1664 Transported Johnson’s An. Trans by John Savadge Northampton 1664 CPv1 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: John Savage

Persons Married - John Savage married Dorothy Jordan 9br 18th.The following list of the births, deaths and marriages in Hungars Parish,

for 1660-1661,NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/northampton/vitals/16601661.txt

Notes: any relationship to Ceceley Reynolds who married her cousin William Jordan ?

1664 Transported Elias Johnson’s trans by Jno West Northampton 1664 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Jonathan West

1665 Jan 11: Adoleph Johnson ( Adolf) Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: (Wills) Order Book # 9: 1664-1674 on reel 26: Library of Virginia System # 000556481

 

1665 April 10: Edmund Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: (Wills) Order Book # 9 1664-1674 on reel 26: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556487

 

1666 Nov:  Robert Johnson 600 acs N side Paramores Cr on Johnson’s bay Nov 1666 trans 12 include James and Susan Johnson CPv2

Notes: Paramores Creek

Notes: Johnson’s Bay

 

1669 Transported John Johnson’s trans by Francis Harper 1669 Northampton CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Francis Harper

1669 Transported John Johnson trans by Stephen Costen 1669 Northampton CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Stephen Costen

1670: Capt John West betw Andin & Corotocks Crks adj Richard Johnson & Wm Wallter along Milboyes line 1670 CPv2

 

Notes: Capt. John West

Notes: Adin Creek

Notes: Corotocks

Notes: William Walter

Notes: Milboyes

1671 Transported Stephen Johnson’s trans by Ambrose White Northampton 1671 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Ambrose White

Notes: 1672            Ambrose White                   450                             Accomac
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/immigrants/vairish.txt

 

1671 Transported Mathew Johnson’s trans by Edmund Bowman & Southy Littleton N'ampton 1671 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Edmund Bowman

Notes: Southy Littleton

1672 Transported Roger Johnson, Samuel Johnson trans by Scarburgh, Brown, West Northampton 1672 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Scarburgh

Notes: Brown

Notes: West

c1672 Transported Joseph Johnson trans by West & Scarbrough Northampton c1672 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: West

Notes Scarbrough

1672 Transported Nody Johnson’s trans by Devorax Brown Northampton Co. 1672 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Devorax Brown

1672 Transported Robert Johnson’s trans by String, Brighouse & Foster Northampton 1672 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: String

Notes: Brighouse

Notes: Foster


1672 Transported Herman
Johnson trans by Argoll Yardley upper part Northampton 1672 CPv2 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

Notes: Argoll Yardley

Notes: JOHN Wilcocks, 5-7-1662/5-28-1662 of hungars parish wf my whole estate for life and then all my land to the child now in her womb.

Children of wf: henry and edmond, and Argol Yardly (father Esqr Yardly)
Uncle of Yardly children, John
Custis brother Henry Wilcocks.
Wf Extrx 

Wit: Joh n Ferebb, Jeane Johnson p 117 Cocicil 5-23-1662 

Wit: John Stringer, Elizabeth Wheatly, Mary  Robbins,

(widow name is Ann custis and her former husband was Argoll Yardley,)

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/northampton/wills/wills001.txt

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Notes: of Interest: Ann Custis,

1672 Mar  Jno Parker of Mattapanie Mar 1672 adj. Land of Geo. Johnson, formerly Alexr Massey; to Nicholas Millechop CPv2 Research of Lind Starr

Notes: Jonathan Parker

Notes: Alexander Massey

Notes Mattapanie ( Mattatpony)

Notes: Nicholas Millechop

Notes: George Johnson

1672 Oct: George Johnson 300 acs being hummocks of trees & marsh on N side of the N br Of Muddy Cr toward Cattayle Cr Oct 1672 CPv2 research of Linda Starr

Notes: Muddy Creek

George Johnson 300 acs being hummocks of trees & marsh on N side of the N br Of Muddy Cr toward Cattayle Cr Oct 1672 CPv2

Thomas Bagwell (Northampton formerly Accomack Co. in Old Plantation neck by the bay … surveyed by Luke Johnson, surveyor of Northampton Co. Aug 1733 CPv4

Notes: George Johnson 400 acs 28 Oct 1669 granted John Renny 1662 & assigned to sd Johnson N side N’n br of Muddy Cr CPv2

 

Notes: George Johnson 1100 acs between N br of Muddy Cr & Cattaile Cr 25 Sep 1674, 300 acs granted him 9 Oct 1672; 800 acs for trans 16 CPv2

 

Notes: Danll Eire, son of Mr. Thomas Eire dec’d … on the Swamp betw land of Massongo & Muddy Cr 29 Oct 1674 adj. Capt Daniel Jenifer; Robt Brace; Wm Alworth; land formerly John Wallops’; land of Geo. Johnson & assigned him by Col. Wm Kendall CPv2

 

Notes: Capt. Daniel Jenifer in Messango Sw 26 Jan 1675 adj. Col. Wm Kendall; land former Jno Wallop; by Jno Parker’s to land formerly Alexdr. Massie’s to N main freshwater br of Muddy Cr & along Geo. Johnson. Patent renewed Apr 1678. CPv2

 

Notes: Thomas Bagwell

Notes: Cattayle Creek or Cattail Creek

Notes: Luke Johnson

Notes: Danile Eire

Notes: Thomas Eire

Notes: Capt. Daniel Jenifer

Notes Robert Brace

Notes: William Alworth

Notes: John Wallops

Notes: Jonathan Parker

Notes: Col. William Kendall

Notes: Messango Swamp

Notes: Alexander Massey or Alexander Massie

 

1673 Oct: Jno Kencall betw Broad Cr freshwater run & Bell’s Br adj. Jno Walter; Tho Bell, Maj. Tylney Oct 1673 trans: John Johnson [See Thomas Bell 1657 patent Northampton Co.] CPv2

 

Notes: Jonathan Kencall

Notes: Broad Creek

Notes: Jonathan Walter

Notes: Thomas Bell

Notes: Major Tylney

1673 Oct: Wm & Mary Kendall, son & dau of Wm Kendall Oct 1673 from Crooked Cr along Col. Edmond Scarburgh; to Henry Smith; W by the Ratcliffs & Nicholas Lawyer; S on Messangoe Cr, lands of Robt Johnson & Germane Gilliott; to Jno Stockley, sd land first sold by David Williamson to Wm Kendall .. granted 1670 CPv2

Notes: William Kendall and Mary Kendall

Notes: William Kendall

Notes Crooked Creek

Notes Col. Edmund Scarburgh

Notes: Henry Smith

Notes: Ratcliffs

Notes: Nicholas Lawyer

Notes: Germane Gilliot

Notes: Jonathan Stockley

Notes: David Williamson

NOTES: Messongo Creek

Maj Edmd Boeman at Messongo Cr 1674 granted Robert Johnson 1666 deserted CPv2

Col. Wm Kendall at head of Messango Cr adj. Robert Johnson 1686, granted German Gilliott Nov 1666 deserted . CPv2

Daniel Neech at head of Messango Cr adj. Robt Johnson, granted Gilliott [date blank, but 1689 timeframe.] CPv2

Maj John Robins at head Mesango Cr adj Robert Johnson 1692, granted Gilliott, deserted, granted Kendall, deserted, granted need 1689 deserted … CPv2

Lt. Col. Wm Kendall from the N br freshwater br of Crooked Cr unto land of Henry Smyth, adj John Stokely, land formerly John Wallop’s along Robert Johnson to Massango Cr, along Assowam freshwater Br to land that was Nichols Lawler’s to the Ratcliffes. Trans 86 include: Thomas Mosse, John Johnson c1669 CPv2

William Waters Gent at head of Messango Cr adj. Robert Johnson Oct 1696 granted Maj John Robins 1692, deserted CPv3 Linda Starrs Research-

Notes: John Robins

Notes: 1638 Thomas Tinsley arrived in Jamestown, Virginia Colony, in 1638, his transportation furnished by John Robins of James City County.(1) In early land documents his name is spelled variously by scribes and copyists as Thomas Tilsley (1638), Thomas Tilsey (1650), and Thomas Tinslie (1655).(2) Before he owned any land, Thomas Tinsley lived on a creek that was then known as Moses Run.  On February 7,1650 Philip Charles was granted 450 acres on the west side of the Chickahominy River upon Moses Run and described as next above Thomas Tinsley.(3)


Notes: Thomas Tinsley

The first patent of land to Thomas Tinsley was issued December 13, 1650, by Sir William Berkeley, colonial governor, for 300 acres upon Moses Run, on the west side of Chickahominy River in James City County, Virginia. The grant was described as bounded west by north upon the Run; south by west upon the land of Mr. Theodore Moses; east by north upon Mr. Foyes land; and north by west upon the woods. The said land was granted unto Thomas Tinsley for paying the price of passage from England to the colony for emigrants Robert Arwin, Milliscent Thompson, Walter Villecott, Abraham Watson, Thomas Sawyer, and Elin. Faning.(4)

 

By 1662 Thomas Tinsley had bought 300 more acres of land from Martin Baker, on the south side of the York River in New Kent County.(5) A patent was issued to John Bowman on May 15, 1672, for 108 acres "on the North side of James River on the west side of Chickahominy river adjoining to Thomas Tinsley."(6)

 

On February 28, 1689, Thomas Tinsley was involved in the remarking of his land in St. Peter's Parish, and during the year helped "Cleere the roades in his prescinct...up the north Side of Totopotomoys Creeke."(7)

 

Thomas Tinsley built his home on Totopotomoy Creek, formerly known as

Moses Run, twelve miles north of the present site of Richmond. This creek, enclosing a peninsula in the present Hanover County, was named for Totopotomoy (d.1656), chief of the Pamunkey Indians and a successor to Powhatan. The ancestral place of the Tinsley family, called "Totomoi," still remains in the possession of descendants.(8)

 

 

1673: William Major betw Nuswadox & Ockahannock Crks adj Thomas Johnson, land formerly Nicholas Waddiloe’s now belonging to one Teage, an orphan & in possession of Tymothy Coe adj. John Cuttin & Jno Evence 1673 CPv2

 

Notes: William Major

Notes: Nuswadox Creek

Notes: Ockahannock Creek

Notes: Teage

Notes: Tumothy Co.

Notes: John Cuttin

Notes: Jonathan Evence

 

1674 Sept. Scarburgh, Capt Edmond Scarburgh & Mrs. Tabitha Browne betw Gr & Little Matomkin Cr Sep 1674 beg near Roads to Gargaphya by the Middle br or cr to Wm Waltham; to Capt Wm Custis; Wm Burton and said land … granted Col. Edmond 1667 an overplus granted to sd West & Scarburgh 1672 .. trans 100: Jno Johnson CPv2

 

Notes: Capt. Edmund Scarburgh

Notes: Mrs. Tabitha Browne

Notes:  Little Matomkin Creek

Notes: William Waltham

Notes: William  Custis

 

1676: Jno Thompson bet Nasswattux & Ochahannocks Crs 1676 beg at land Thomas Savage; to Nico. Tubbins to Obed. Johnson, along Jno Smith [See Northampton Co.] CPv2

 

Notes: Jonathan Thompson

Notes: Nasswattux Creek

Notes: Ochanannocks Creek

Notes: Thomas Savage

Notes: Nicholas Tubbins

Notes: Obed. Johnson

Notes Jonathan Smith

 

 

1688 May 28: John Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Order Book & Wills # 12 1688-1689 on reel 27: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556504

 

1691 Northampton Co. John Burt Sr. will recorded:
John BURT, , Sr. - 12 Jan 1690/28 Aug 1691 - To my loving wife Frances BURT all my land obtained by my own purchase and my right of land obtained by marriage to my wife Frances.

To my son John Burt one mare called Fancy. Wife resid. legatee and extrx.

Witt: Obedience Johnson, Thomas Simes, Thomas Phillips - p.129
Notes: John Burt

Notes: France Burt

Also: John HUGBIN, 19 Dec 1687/28 May 1688 To Susanna Carpenter 100 A. called Forked Neck to be kept in the hands of Mrs. Frances BURT until 16. To the said Frances BURT a black horse running at the plantation she lives on. To John BURT, Jr. my gun, chest, clothes. Remaining estate to John BURT, Sr. and his wife to dispose of as they see fit and to oversee. Witt: Thos. Bell, John Scamell p.368 http://www.rootsweb.com/~burtsou/time_earlyva.html

 

Notes: Obedience Johnson

Notes: Thomas Simes

Notes: Thomas Phhillips

 

 

1696 May 27: Cornelius Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton county Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Orders and Wills # 13 168-1698 on reel 27: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556486

 

Notes: Cornelius Johnson

Notes; 1654 Sept 6: Westmoreland Co: William Robinson and Cornelius Johnson: 400 acres on the South side of Potomack River and on the North East side of Oquij River: Land Office Patents # 3, 1652-1655 pg 284 on reel 2: Library of Virginia Archives Section

Notes: Cornelius Johnson & William Robinson 400 acs Sep 1654 on S side Petomeck Riv. & NE side Oquy riv bounded on E with land of Xph Boory & NW upon Capt Giles Brent CPv1

Ritter Townsend married Cornelius Johnson a known Michael Johnson d 1718 descendant, Daws is an Ann Parker surname connector

1703 Sept 28: Part of Index to Northampton County wills and Administration 1632-1800: Pg 166 Grd bond for Elizabeth and Margaret Johnson rec. ( 28 Sept 1703): Orders Wills Etc # 14 1698-1710 on reel 27: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556495

1704 Rent Rolls Edmd Johnson Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls John Johnson Junr Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls Jacob Johnson Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls Jeptha Johnson Senr Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls Jepha Johnson Junr Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls John Johnson Senr Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls Obedience & Jepha Johnson Sen Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls Obedience Johnson Capt Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls Thomas Johnson Senr Northampton County,


1704 Rent Rolls Tho Johnson Junr Northampton County,

 

1705 May 29: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 16732-1800: pg 233 Will pro. 29 May 1705: pg 238-240 Will Pro. 29 May 1705: pg 322 receipt from estate division rec. 28 Jan 1706-07: Orders Wills Etc. # 14: 1698-1710 on reel 27: library of Virginia Systems # 000556556

 

1708-1709 Jan 28: Obedience Johnson Senior: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1652-1800: pg 4-6 Will pro. 28 Jan 1708-09: Wills # 19, 1708-1717 on reel 28: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556532

 

1708-1709 Jan 29: Obedience Johnson Sr.: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Pg 462 Will pro. 29 Jan 1708-09: Orders Wills etc. # 14 1698-1710 on reel 27: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556531

 

1713 Dec 15: Richard Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800 : Pg 293-294 inv. And appr. Rec. 15 Dec 1713: Wills # 19 1708-1717 on reel 28: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556544

 

1716 July 17: John Johnson: Part of index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Wills Deeds Etc 1711-1718 on reel 29: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556506

 

1716 Oct 16: John Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and ADministration 1632-1800: Wills # 19 1708-1717 on reel 28: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556505

 

1717 July;  Philip Parker & Charles Parker near head of Nandewe Cr adj land formerly of Anthony Johnson; Thomas Middleton & Robert Andrews Jul 1717. Escheated from Anthony Johnson dec’d [See Northampton Co.] CPv3 Linda Starrs Research

 

Notes: Philipe Parker

Notes: Charles Parker

Notes: Anthony Johnson

Notes: Thomas Middleton

Notes: Robert Andrews

 

1721 April 19: Edmund Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Deeds Wills etc 1718-1725 on reel 5: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556489

 

1721 June 14: Edmund Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills etc # 15 1717-1725 on reel 29: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556488

 

1722 Jul 10: John Johnson Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Deeds Wills Etc, 1718-1725 on reel 5: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556508

 

1722 Aug 14: John Johnson : Part of Index o Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills, Etc # 15 1717-1725 on reel 29: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556507

 

1723 Sept 12 Samuel Johnson married Agatha Gilden Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

Notes: Agatha Gilden

 

1725 June 8: John Johnston: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 8 Inv. Rec. 8 June 1725: Wills Deeds Etc. # 26 1725-1733 on reel 29: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556509

 

1732 Oct 10: Thomas Johnson: Part of index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 327 Inv and appr. Rec. 10 Oct 1732: pg 327 inv.: Wills Deeds Etc. # 26 1725 -1733  on reel 29: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556557

 

1733 Feb 12: Luke Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 24-25 Will pro. 12 Feb 1733: pg 28-29 Inv and Appr. Rec 12 Mar 1733: pg 156 Inv and appr. Undated: Wills and Inventories # 18 1733-1740 on reel 30: Library of Virginia Systems # 00005566518

 

1735 April 9: Samuel Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton Co. Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 103-104 Will pro. 9 April 1735 and 10 June 1735: pg 116-117 Inv. & appr. Rec. 9 Sept. 1735: Wills and Inventories # 18, 1733-1740 on reel 30: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556551

 

1738 Jan 9: Obedience Jonson (also Johnson): Part of Index to Northampton County wills and administrations 1632-1800: pg 288 Will pro. 9 Jan 1738: pg 311 Inv rec. 11 Sept 1739: Wills and inventories # 18 1733-1740 on reel 30: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556533

 

1738 June 13: Thomas Griffin Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton Co. Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 264 Inv & appr. Rec. 13 June 1738: Wills and Inventories # 18 1733-1740 on reel 30: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556559

 

1738 June 13: Obedience Jonson: Part of Index to Northampton Co. Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 265 Will pro. 13 June 1738L pg 267 Inv and appr. Rec. 11 July 1738: Wills and Inventories # 18 1733-1740 on reel 30: Library of Virginia Systems # 0005566540

 

1739 Mar 11: Harmon Johnson: Part of index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 18 1733-1740 on reel 30: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556496

 

1739 May 9: Obedience Johnson: Part of index to Northampton County wills and administrations 1632-1800: pg 300 Will pro. 9 May 1739: pg 305 Inv & appr. Rec. 12 June 1739: pg 366 Accounts rec 12 Aug 1740: pg 370 Estate division rec 14 Oct 1740: Wills and Inventories # 18 1733-1740 on reel 30: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556534

 

1739 May 10: Obedience Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800 pg 91 gdn. Accounts rec. 10 May 1743: Wills and Inventories # 19, 1740-1750 on reel 31: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556535

 

1742 Mar 8: Josephus Maria Johnson or Josepha Mariah Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 86-87 Will pro. 8 Mar 1742: pg 105-106 Inv and appr. Rec. 8 Nov 1743:: Wills and inventories # 19 1740-1750: Library of Virginia Systems # 0005566515

 

1743 April 12: Mary Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton Co. Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 87-89 Will pro. 12 April 1743: pg 104-105 Inv and Appr. Rec. 12 Oct 1743: Wills and Inventories # 19 1740-1750 on reel 31: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556520

 

1745 April 9: Spencer Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 175-176 Will pro. 9 April 1745: pg 180-181 Inv. And appr. Rec. 9 July 1745: Wills and Inventories # 19 1740-1750 on reel 31: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556552

 

1746 Mar 10: Jepthah Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton county Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 19 1740-1750 on reel # 31: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556502

 

1747 Jan 12: Edmund Johnson: part of Indexs To Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 19 1740-1750 on reel 31: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

1748 Aug 9: Elijah Johnson: Part of Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 19 1740-1750 on reel 31: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556494

 

1749 Feb 13: Obedience Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton Co. Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 435-437 Will pro. 13 Feb 1749: pg 442-444 Inv and appr. Rec. 13 Mar 1749:: pg 444-447 Estate Division rec.13 Mar 1749: pg 529 Inv and appr. Rec. 11 Dec 1750: Wills and Inventories # 19 1740-1750 on reel 31: ibrary of Virginia Systems # 000556536

 

1749 Mar 13: John Johnson: Part o Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 19 1740-1750 on reel 31: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556510

 

1751 July 10: Richard Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 472-473 Accounts rec. 10 July 1765 Wills Etc. # 23 1763-1765 on reel 34: Library of Virginia Systems # 0005566547

 

1751: Robinson Johnson: Part of index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 282-283 gd, accounts rec. 12 July 1757: Wills and Inventories # 21, 1754-1760 on reel 33: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556549

 

1751: Richard Johnson Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: pg 134-135 Inv. And  Appr. Rec. 14 July 1761: Wills and Inventories # 22 1760-1763 reel 33 Library of Viriginia Systems # 000556546

 

1751: Richard Johnson Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 135-136 Will pro. 10 Dec 1751: pg 146-148 Inv and appr. Rec. 11 Feb 1752: pg 384-387 Accounts rec. 13 Mar 1753 pg 475-476 Inv and appr. Rec 8 Jan 1754: Wills and Inventories # 20 1750-1754 Library of Virginia Systems # 000556545

 

1751 April 9: Robinson Johnson: Part of index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 55-57 inv and appr. Rec 9 April 1751: pg 98-99 Estate Division rec 11 June 1751: Wills and Inventories Systems # 000556548

 

1751 Oct 9: Edmund Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 20: 1750-1754 on reel 32: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556491

 

1752 Mar 10 Nathaniel Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: pg 177-179 Inv. And appr. Rec 10 Mar 1752: pg 179-180 Accounts rec. 10 Mar 1752: Wills and Inventories # 20 1750-1754 on reel 32: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556528

 

1754: John Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills an Administration 1632-1800: rec Jan 14 1755: Wills and Inventories # 21 1754-1760 on reel 33: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556512

 

1754 April 9: John Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 20 1750-1754 on reel 32: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556511

 

1756 June 8: ?  Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Grd accounts for Eliakin Johnson rec 8 June 1756: Grd accounts for John and Peggy Johnson rec. 14 June 1756: Grd accounts for John and Peggy Johnson rec. 12 Sept 1758: Wills and inventories # 20 1750-1754 on reel 32: Library of Virginia

 

1758 June 13: Kelly Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton Co. Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 354-355 Will pro.13 June 1758: pg 362-364 Inv rec. 11 July 1758: pg 456-457 Accounts rec. 12 June 1759: pg 457 Inv rec. 12 June 1759: Wills and inventories # 21 1754-1760 on reel 33: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556516

 

1761 April 11: Beaufilla ( Beautefila) Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 22 1760-1763 on reel 33: Library of Virginia

 

1762: Mary Johnson; Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 9-10 Accounts rec. 11 Jan 1763: wills Etc # 23 1763-1765 on reel 34: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

1762 April 13: Mary Johnson part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 440-441 Wil pro. 13 April 1762: pg 471-472 Inv. And Appr. Rec 11 May 1762: pg 475 Inv and Appr. Rec 8 June 1762: Wills and Inventories # 22 1760-1763 on reel 33: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

1762 May 11: Luke Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations: pg 472-473 Inv and appr. Rec 11 may 1762: Wills and Inventories # 22 1760-1763 on reel 33: library of Virginia Systems # 000556519

 

1764 Jan 10: Jepthah Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills etc. # 23 1763-1765 on reel 34, Library of Virginia Systems # 000556503

 

1764 Jan 10: Moses Johnson Sr. Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and administrations 1632-1800: pg 162-165 Will pro. 1o Jan 1764: pg 214-217 Inv and appr. Rec 10 April 1764: pg 323-329 Accounts rec. 11 Sept. 1764: pg 357-358 Estate Division rec. 13 nov 1764: Wills Etc. # 23 1763-1765 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556527

 

1765 Feb 9 John Smith married Sarah Johnson Northampton dad Benjamin Johnson

 

1766 Sept 1 Joseph West married Ann Johnson widow Northampton

 

1767 July 14: Thomas Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 98-99 Inv & appr. Rec. 14 July 1767: pg 99-100 Estate Division rec. 14 July 1767: Wills and Inventories # 24 1766-1772 on reel 34: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556558

 

1767 Nov 12 Moses Johnson to Sarah Nottingham Northampton Dad jacob Nottingham

 

Notes: Jacob Nottingham

 

1768 Jan 12: Thomas Johnson Sr: : Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 127 Will pro. 12 Jan 1768: pg 137-140 Inv and Appr. Rec 12 April 1768: pg 140-143 Estate division rec 12 April 1768: Wills and Inventories # 24  1766- 1772 on reel 34: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556560

 

1768 Dec 22 Powell Johnson to Elizabeth Goffigon Northampton dad James Goffigon email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: James Goffigon

 

1770 June 4 Solomon Johnson to Adah Johnson Northampton dad obedience johnson dec'd email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

1770 July 24 Moses Johnson to Sarah Powell Northampton George Powell email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: George Powell

 

1770 Sept 11: Ismay Johnson ( Esme or Isme) :Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 24 1766-1772 on reel 34: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556497

 

1770 Oct 13 Ismay Johnson (Isme or Esme): Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556499

 

1770 Oct 13 Isamy Johnson or Esme or Isme: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: pg 69 Inv. And Appr. Rec. 13 Oc 1772:: pg 69-73 Accounts and estate division rec. 13 Oct 1772: pg 74 accounts rec. 13 Oct 1772: Wills and Inventories # 25 1772-1777 on reel 35 Library of Virginia Systems # 000556498

 

1772 Jan 11 Stuart Holt married Anne Johnson Northampton dad Benjamin Johnson email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Stuart Holt

 

1772 Feb 8 Obedience Johnson married Elishe Godwin Northampton dad Devorax Godwin email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

Notes: Devorax Godwin

 

1772 May 14 Thomas Scott married Sarah Johnson Northampton dad Thomas Johnson dec'd email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Thomas Scott

 

1773 June 9: Benjamin Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Virginia: Systems # 000556485

 

1773 July 30 Benjamin Johnson to Rose Hunt widow Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Rose Hunt

 

1773 Aug 11 William Wilkins to Elizabeth Johnson widow Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: William Wilkins

 

1773 Dec 14: Benjamin Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 25: 1772-1777 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556484

 

1773 Dec 14 Powell Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 215-218 Inv and appr. Rec 14 Dec 1773: pg 317-320 accounts rec 11 May 1774: pg 331 Inv and  Appr. Rec 14 June 1774: pg 371-372 Accounts rec. 8 Nov 1774: Wills and Administrations # 25 1772-1777 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556541

 

1774: Obediah Johnson or Obidiah or Obadiah: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 462 Estate Division rec. 12 June 1781: Wills and Inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel 35 Library of Virginia Systems # 000556530

 

1774 Feb 8: Obediah Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 266-267 Will pro. 8 Feb 1774: pg 487-489 Accounts Rec. 14 May 1776: Wills and Inventories # 35 1772-1777 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556529

 

1774 Sept 13: William Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 346 Will pro. 13 Sept. 1774: Wills and Inventories # 25 1772-1777 on reel 35: library of Virginia Systems # 000556562

 

1774 Sept 13: William Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 346 Will pro. 13 Sept. 1774: Wills and Inventories # 25 1772-1777 on reel 35: library of Virginia Systems # 000556562

 

1774 April 25 Edmund Johnson to Jane Dunton Northampton dad William Dunton dec'd email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: William Dunton

 

1774 Jul 16 William Elliott to Rose Johnson Northampton Dad John Johnson dec'd email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: William Elliot

 

1774 Sept. 13: Mary Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 347 Will pro. 13 Sept. 1774: Wills and Inventories # 25 1772-1777 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556523

 

1774 Oct 11 John Johnson to Margaret Jacob widow Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Margaret Jacob

 

1774 Dec 3 Peter Warren to Rose Johnson Widow Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Peter Warren

 

1774 Dec 14: William Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 384-385 Will pro. 14 Dec 1774: Wills and Invenoties # 25, 1772-1777 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556563

 

1775: Moses Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 222-224 Inv and appr. Rec 9 June 1779: pg 224-230 accounts rec. 9 June 1779: pg 231 Accounts rec 9 June 1779: Wills and Inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Viginia Systems # 000556525

 

1775 Jan 10: John Johnson Junior: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 25: 1772-1777 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556513

 

1775 Jan 10: Moses Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 385-386 Will pro. 10 Jan 1775: pg 416-417 Will pro. 10 Jan 1775: Wills and Inventories # 25: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556524

1775 Feb 14: Laban Johnson married Anne Gascoigne Widow  Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

Notes: Anne Gascoigne

1775 May 9: William Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800:  pg 420-422 Inv and appr. Rec. 9 May 1775: Wills and inventories # 25 1772-1777 on reel 35 Library of Virginia Systems # 000556564

1775 Aug 1: Jonathan Mathews married Margaret Johnson widow    Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

Notes: Jonathan Mathews

1776 Nov 8: Thomas Nottingham married Peggy Johnson father is William Johnson Deecd.  Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

Notes: Thomas Nottingham

1777 Sept. 9: Lucretia Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 60 Will pro. 9 Sept 1777: pg 120-121 Inv and appr. Rec 9 June 1778: Wills and Inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel # 35: Library of Virginia Sytems # 000556517

1778 Feb 9:  Thomas Smith married Susanna Johnson::::Obediah Johnson    Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

1778 Feb 10: John Waltham married Susanna Johnson father is Obediah Johnson decd.   Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

Notes: John Waltham

1778 Sept 16; William Johnson married Hannah Andrews widow    Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

Notes: Hannah Andrews

1779 Jan 11: Rachel Johnson: part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: pg 269-270 Accounts Rec. 11 Jan 1791: Wills and Inventories # 28 1788-1792 on reel 36: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556543

 

1779 Jan 12: Rachel Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton Co. Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 173-174 Will pro. 12 Jan 1779: pg 446-481 Inv and appr. Rec 13 June 1781: pg 481-484 Accounts rec. 13 June 1781: pg 484-485 Accounts rec. 13 June 1781: Wills and Inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556542

1779 June 8 Caleb Smith married Sarah Johnson widow   Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

Notes: Caleb Smith

 

1780: Edmund Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: Wills Etc. # 27: 1783-1788 on reel 36: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556493

 

1780 Feb 24 William Waltham to Sarah Johnson Northampton Obediah and Pricilla Johnson email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: William Waltham

 

1780 April 11: Jehu Johnson (John): Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556501

 

1780 May 10 Christopher Johnson to Susanna Stith Northampton Dad Griffin Stith Sr. .email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Susanna Stith

 

1780 Sept 12: Edmund Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton county Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 26 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556492

 

1781 June 22 Edmund Johnson to Polly Dowty Northampton dad Hezekiah Dowty email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Hezekiah Dowty

 

1782 May 14: William Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: pg 536 will pro. 14 may 1782: Wills and Inventories # 26, 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # ooo556565

 

1782 Sept 8: Obedience Johnson Jr.: Part of index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 147-153 Inv and Appr. & accounts rec. 8 Sept. 1789: Wills and Inventories # 28 1788-1792 on reel 36: library of Virginia Systems # 000556352

 

1782 Dec 10: Obedience Johnson Jr: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 577 Will pro. 10 Dec 1782: Wills and Inventories # 26, 1777-1783 on reel 35: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556351

1784 Dec 10 Caleb Savage to Elishe Johnson Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

1785 April 12 Robert Nottingham to Anne Johnson Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Robert Nottingham

 

1785 July 12 Johannes Johnson to Ansly Savage Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Ansly Savage

 

1786 Aug 3 Robinson Johnson to Mary Johnson Northampton widow of Edmund Johnson email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

1786 Aug 8 William Ward to Elizabeth Johnson Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: William Ward

 

1787 James Williams to Margaret Johnson Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: James Williams

 

1788 Mar 14 Brown Bradford to Peggy Johnson Northampton dad Obedience Johnson email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Brown Bradford

 

1788 Aug 12 Joshua Johnson to Esther Savage Northampton email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: Esther Savage

 

1789 Feb 12 William Fisher to Sally Johnson Northampton dad Powell Johnson dec'd email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes:  William Fisher

 

1789 Dec 8 John Smith to Elizabeth Johnson Northampton Dad Isaac Johnson email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: John Smith

 

1789 Jan 14: Anna Marie Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills and Inventories # 28 1788-1792 on reel 36; Library of Virginia Systems # 000556482

 

1790 Aug 3. William Bloxom to Mary Johnson wid Northampton Robinson Johnson email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: William Bloxom

 

1790 Oct 12: Robinson Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: pg 229-230 Will pro. 12 Oct 1790: Wills and Inventories # 28 1788-1792 on reel 36: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556550

 

1791 Oct 11 John Major Anne Johnson Northampton Dad Obedience Johnson dec'd email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

Notes: John Major

1794 April 26 William Johnson Hannah Carter Northampton so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

Notes: Hannah Carter


1794 Oct 2 James Johnson Betsey Stott Northampton so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

10-2-1794 James Johnson,  – Betsey Stott _  A list of marriage Bonds – Northampton Co. VA. 1706 1800, communicated by Stratton Nottingham.

Notes: Betsey Stott


1795 April 14: Obedience Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 390-392 Will pro. 14 April 1795: Wills Etc. # 29: 1792-1795 on reel 37: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556537

 

1795: Obedience Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 43 Estate Division rec 11 Feb 1799: Wills Etc # 31 1799-1802 on reel 37: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556539 & 000556538

1795 Aug 31:  Thomas Johnson Sally Fitchew Northampton so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

Notes: Sally Fitchew(Fitzhugh ?)

1796 Mar. 24:  Thomas Johnson Peggy Wheelor Northampton so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

Notes: Peggy Wheelor or Peggy Wheeler

1797 Mar 13:  John Johnson Rose shores Northampton so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

Notes: Rose Shores

1798 Jan 11:  John P Johnson Catherine Ames Northampton so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

Notes: Catherine Ames

 

1798 Oct 8: Moses Johnson: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administrations 1632-1800: pg 480-481 Will pro. 8 Oct 1798: Wills and Inventories # 30 1795-1798 on reel 37: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556526


1799 March 25 Scarbrough Pratt Sally Johnson Northampton so email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

Notes: Scarbrough Pratt

 

1799 Sept 9: John Johnson Senior: Part of Index to Northampton County Wills and Administration 1632-1800: Wills Etc # 31 1799-1802 on Reel 37: Library of Virginia Systems # 000556514

 

1812: Littleton James Johnson, M.D.:Born 1812 Northampton :::Died 1839 Source: Library of Virginia Digital