Jno (John)1 Leland was born circa 1726 Northumberland,
He married Elizabeth
(Elisabeth) Lombard, daughter of Bishop (--?--) Lombard,
He married Lucy
Lee, daughter ofCharles Lee and Elizabeth
Pinckard, on 20 Jan 1762 Northumberland,
He died circa 1778VA.5
He was buried before Apr 1778 Point
Pleasant,, Northumberland, VA; It occurred to J.A.C.II, that it was Jno.
Leland meant by Bishop Meade when he says in deploring the state
of the church at Wicomico in 1840, "Beneath whose altar lie the remains
of one of it's earliest Pastors." However Miss Lucy Leland, Jno.
great granddaughter, says he was buried at Point Pleasant.6
He was ordained before 1744; orders were written on black parchment in white ink. They passed to his son Charles Leland and from him to his son John Dudley Leland who emigrated to Fayette, Missouri, and was a judge. In 1933 Miss Lucy leland, Richmond, Virginia, said, "Someone asked Charles Leland 'Where are your Father's orders' but he did not know." J.A.C.Leland, pg 10.8The Library of Virginia catalog lists "Wicomico Parish, Northumberland County"; the listing is for the following resource:
CALL NO F232 W6 N8
AUTHOR Northern Neck Historical Society.
MAIN TITLE Commemorating the establishment of a memorial monument to the Parish of Great Wiccocomoco [Northumberland County, Va.] June 5, 1961. Sponsored by Northern Neck Historical Society.
PUBLISHER [Montross? Va., 1961] 062117110523
LOCATION STATUS ITEM-ID COPY UNITS
1. *Stacks-Library Use Available 1000023942 1
2. Stacks - Circulating Available 1000050518 2.7
He performed the marriage of Thomas Edwards Jr. and Elisabeth Fauntleroy on 24 June 1747 Wiccocomico Parish,, Northumberland Co., VA.9 He left a will on 11 Apr 1778 Northumberland, VA, USA; will probated: Record book 10, pg 285.10
Children of Rev. Jno (John)1 Leland and Elizabeth (Elisabeth) Lombard were as follows: