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2. Ann MABRY4,5 was born circa 1685.

The birth order of the children of Francis Mabry is based on when they married, bought land, and also the order they were named in his will - he named four sons first, then the three daughters, a customary practice of the times.

Ann's married name was Peebles according to her father's will.

Research by descendants of the Peebles family suggests that David Peeble was the only man of that surname available to the be the husband of Ann Maybury. There is an account in the vestry meeting of Bristol Parish on 10 Nov 1726 of a payment to Mr. Richard Jones for burying David Peoples.

Before 1740, Ann had married for a second time to Abraham Burton. In that year, Abraham Burton bought 200 acres on the Meherrin River from John Duke and his wife Rejoice. On 28 Mar 1756, Ann Burton of Brunswick Co, St. Andrew's Parish gave to her son, Joseph Peebles, 200 acres, both sides of the Meherrin which her husband had purchased in 1740. Abraham Burton's undated will was recorded in Brunswick Co in 1750; he left his plantation to his wife Ann and her heirs.

Ann MABRY and David PEEBLES were married before March 1711/2. David PEEBLES died by 10 November 1726 in Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia.

Ann MABRY and David PEEBLES had the following children:



Jehu PEEBLES was born circa 1705 in Surry County, Virginia.



David PEEBLES was born circa 1720. He died in 1795 at the age of 75 in Green County, Georgia.



Joseph PEEBLES was born circa 1725. He died circa 1781 at the age of 56 in Brunswick County, Virginia.

Ann MABRY and Abraham BURTON were married. Abraham BURTON died by 26 June 1750 in Brunswick County, Virginia.