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Margery BEALL

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I89372

Father: Ninian BEALL Sr. "the Immigrant"


Family 1 : Joseph BELT
  1. +Margery BELT
Family 2 : Thomas SPRIGG II

Notes


needs more research - these dates don't work. b. abt 1665? different Margery Beall?

[447766]
abt 1665


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                                    _James B. BEALL _____|
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 _Ninian BEALL Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
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|                                  |_Ann Marie CALVERT __|
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|--Margery BEALL 
|  (1700 - ....)
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MARIE de DAMPIERRE of Dampierre

1220 - 1274

ID Number: I35702

  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: 1220
  • DEATH: 1274, Dreux
  • RESOURCES: LDS
Father: ARCHAMBAUT VIII de DAMPIERRE Lord of Bourbon
Mother: BEATRIX of Montlucon


Family 1 : JOHN I "The Red" de DREUX Duke of Brittany
  1. +JOHN (Jean) II de MONTFORT de DREUX Duke of Bretagne Brittany
  2. +ROBERT IV de DREUX of Dreux

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 _ARCHAMBAUT VIII de DAMPIERRE Lord of Bourbon_|
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|--MARIE de DAMPIERRE of Dampierre
|  (1220 - 1274)
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|_BEATRIX of Montlucon_________________________|
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Edward HATCHER of "Neckaland"

1637 - ABT 1711

ID Number: I48306

Father: William HATCHER "the Immigrant"
Mother: Mary? SMITH?


Family 1 : Mary BACON? WARD?
  1. +Mary HATCHER
  2.  William HATCHER
  3.  Edward HATCHER
  4. +Martha HATCHER
  5. +Sarah HATCHER
  6.  John HATCHER
  7.  Seth HATCHER

Notes


Researcher: Lloyd L Strange: The following excerpt about Edward Hatcher was taken from "The History of Henrico Co, Virginia" by Pauline Pearce Warner. "Edward Hatcher owned 1300 acres of land on the north side of the James River beginning next to Lily Valley. It was a long, narrow crooked piece of land. Fort Gregg and Fort Gilmer are on it. (Fall of the last stronghold. Until the very last, Fort Gilmer stood impregnable against attacks by Northern troops. Not until April 3, 1865 when Richmond was burning and Lee was retreating from Petersburg, did its gallant garrison withdraw from it and march sorrowfully westward. Before they left they spiked their guns and blew up their store of ammunition. When or where they surrendered, if ever, is not known. Enemies swarmed over the breastworks and marched up the roads and across the fields in a wild scramble to reach the stricken city. These were the first Yankee troops to enter Richmond.)


It (Edward's land) extended on both sides of Mill Road almost to the Varina Road, then slanted across country to include Holly Springs and Laurel Hill on which the Methodist Church of that name stands, crossed the Newmarket Road to embrace the lands on both sides of Cornelius Creek, before the War between the States the property of Alexander Turpin. It seems that Edward Hatcher and Mary Bacon??, his wife, lived on this property for some years, and much of it went to their descendents. (In a paragraph about William Hatcher where Pauline Pearce Warner describes how William was fined for his part in Bacon's Rebellion, Warner says, "His son Edward later married Mary, only surviving child of Nathaniel Bacon, Jr, the rebel".)


The following from Roy Hatcher, Nashville, TN, describes the current status of Edward's Varina Plantation: Varina Plantation is privately owned by an elderly lady. Her husband bought it and he has since died. She is in the process of restoring the Varina Mansion. Some of the plantation has been sold off but most of it is still intact. It is not known if she will make the plantation available to the public once restored.


The James River runs directly behind the Mansion. Next to Varina is the Bacon Plantation where several of the old buildings still stand. The large Mansion burned several years ago. Some of the land is still being farmed, but a lot of the good bottom land is being mined for gravel. To the best of my knowledge, there are no plans for opening the Bacon Plantation to the public.


Henrico Colonial Wills 1677, Letter from Elizabeth Bucanan, and her "now" husband, John Bucanan, from Boston, dated 9 Nov 1691, to Mrs Susannah Burton who is addressed as "Honoured Mother", mentions her late husband, Mrs Burton's son Thomas and related the recent death of Mrs Bucanan's Son, Thomas Burton. Presented in court by Edward Hatcher as proof of death of Thomas Burton Jr.


Henrico Co. Va. Order Book & Wills 1678-1693, p. 415: Edward Hatcher this day appearing to make proof of his Allegun concerning ye death of Tho. Burton tent. for time? of life in a Certain parcell of land the Fee simple whereof is in ye sd Edwd (according to ye Order of Febry Court last) did in Court Exhibitt a Letter directed from ye late wife of ye sd Burton (asp ye sence thereof appears) to his Mother wherein menntion is made of his ye sd Burton's death, & did also summons Mr Stephen Cocke as an Evidence to declare his knowledge ye manner of Conveyance of ye sd letter; upon wch circumstances and no Objection agt ye same being made by Abra: Womeck late Attorney of ye sd Burton he being psent in Court & required soe to doe It is Ordered That ye sherrif of this County do farther put ye sd Edward Hatcher unto Quiett & peacesable Possession of ye land aforemenconed and yt ye sd Letter & Mr. Cocke's deposicon be put upon ye Records of the County.


"p.216, 16 Jan, 1681: An agreement between Edward Hatcher, Thomas Shippey and John Davis to go on a trading expedition among the Indians.


p.269: 1 April 1684 Edward Hatcher of County & Parish of Henrico, planter, for 11,000 lbs tobacco received of Nathaniel Bacon, late of Curles, dec'd, deeds to Thomas Jarvis of Kiquotan in Elizabeth City Co., Gent., who married the relict and trustee of estate of Nathaniel Bacon, dec'd, 50 acres in Varina Parish, next to land formerly belonging to widow Parker and now in occupation of Will Byrd, Esq., part of 200 acres formerly belonging to Will Danks, purchased by Will Hatcher, Jr. and Hen. Hatcher of Robert Bullington and Hen. Rowing and Alee his wife in two deeds dated 1 Feb. 1661, and by Hen. Hatcher, the survivor of the joint purchasers, sold to said Edward Hatcher 20 Aug. 1667.
Wit: Hen. Randolph, Wm Hatcher
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher
Recorded 1 April 1684


p.407 - I, Jeremiah Chaplin, agree to serve Edward Hatcher, John Milner, and Michael Turpin for 4 years, from this date, for meat, drink and apparel.
Wit: John Poythress, Henry Printall (?)
Signed: Jeremiah (J) Chaplin
Edward Hatcher, John Milner and Michael Turpin assign their interest to Edmund Belsher 2 Nov. 1683
Wit: Stephen Cocke, Gilbert Elam
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher, John Milner, Michael Turpin
Recorded 1 Feb. 1686.


p.363 - 4 Jan. 1685 Edward Hatcher of Varina Parish, planter, to John Field of same, carpenter, for 1060 lbs tobacco, 300 acres in same parish on north side of James River, next to land sold by said Hatcher to Robert Burton, being part of a grant to said Hatcher 6 Oct. 1675.
Wit: Jno. Woodson, Will Johnson
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher
Recorded 1 April 1686
Mary, wife of Edward, relinquished her dower right.


p.296 - 1 Feb. 1688 There is due to Edward Hatcher 600 acres, for importation of: Thomas Devin, Robert Hall, John Lanthrope, John Louth, Elizabeth Clifton, Ann Scofield, Sarah Somerseale, Kath. Gerrald, Thomas Elder, William Leigh, Joshua Loader, Thomas Hagen.


Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1688-1697 Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.28 - Edward Hatcher of Henrico Co., planter, for valuable consideration, to William Cox of Henrico Co., planter, and Richard Cox of same, planter, 300 acres, part of a greater tract granted said Hatcher 6 Oct. 1675 for 1300 acres on Cornelius Creek on north side of James River.
Wit: Wm Giles, Edward Tanner
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher, Mary (MH) Hatcher
Recorded 1 Dec. 1688. Sale confirmed by said Hatcher and Mary his wife."


p.530 - Edward Hatcher, Sr. of Henrico Co., for love & affection to my son John Hatcher, land where I dwell, bounded by the river, by land given by me to my son William Hatcher, and by the swamp, 42 2/3 acres. If John dies without issue, then to my son Seth Hatcher. Also I give to my son Edward Hatcher 46 2/3 acres between his brother John and Henry Loone, and if he dies without issue, then to my son Seth. To my son Seth Hatcher, all the plantable highland between his brother William and mouth of Reed Marsh branch. 20 Nov. 1694
Wit: Edward Tanner, Wm Cocke
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher
Recorded 1 Dec. 1694


Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705 Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.375 - 20 Dec. 1703 Edward Hatcher, Sr. of Neck of Land, son of William Hatcher of Henrico Co., planter, to John Woodson, son of Robert Woodson of Henrico Co., merchant, for L30, all the swamp called Neck of Land Swamp on south side of James River, 300 acres; being part of a patent to William Hatcher, dec'd, 5 Aug. 1663, except for privileges formerly made to my sons.
Wit: Edward Lester, Bartholomew Newcomb, C. Evans
Signed: Edward (H) Hatcher, Sr.
Recorded 1 Feb. 1703/4
Edward Hatcher, Sr. of Henrico Co. appoints his beloved couzen Henry Hatcher of same, his attorney to acknowledge above deed. 31 Jan. 1703/4
Wit: Edward Curd, C. Evans
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher
Recorded 1 Feb. 1703
Mary, wife of Edward, relinquished her dower right by her attorney Henry Hatcher.


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 _William HATCHER "the Immigrant"_|
| (1613 - 1680) m 1633            |
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|--Edward HATCHER of "Neckaland"
|  (1637 - 1711)
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|_Mary? SMITH? ___________________|
  (1615 - 1646) m 1633            |
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Rachel HUTCHINS

ABT 1632 - ____

ID Number: I98655

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1632
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS

Family 1 : John BURTON of Longfield

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Marriage 2 Rachael Hutchins b: ABT. 1632 Married: 1650 in Va

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George Noble LYLES Sr.

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I102387

  • RESIDENCE: of Prince George Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3405]
Father: William LYLES
Mother: Charity Fendall NOBLE


Family 1 : Elizabeth CLAGETT
  1. +Mary "Polly" Clagett LYLES

Notes


Children:
2 Mary "Polly" Clagett LYLES b: 13 MAY 1796 + Howell Gideon HARRIS b: 1790
2 George Noble LYLES b: 20 FEB 1798
2 Elizabeth Ann LYLES b: 22 MAY 1805
2 William LYLES b: 24 JAN 1795 d: 1800

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 _William LYLES _________|
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|--George Noble LYLES Sr.
|  (1770 - ....)
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|_Charity Fendall NOBLE _|
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Martha ROCHELLE

1820 - 1867

ID Number: I60906

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond, VA
  • BIRTH: 1820
  • DEATH: 1867
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2127]

Family 1 : John TYLER V of C.S.A.

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Anthony SWEET III

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I52222

  • RESIDENCE: "Dogg Bluff" Kings Town & Marion Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1862]
Father: Anthony SWEET II
Mother: Dorothy McCants DAVIS



                                                      _________________________
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                          _Anthony SWEET I___________|
                         | (1720 - 1800)             |
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 _Anthony SWEET II_______|
| (1764 - 1813) m 1785   |
|                        |                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) AVANT _
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|                        |_Ruth Prudence AVANT ______|
|                          (1733 - 1792)             |
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|--Anthony SWEET III
|  (1790 - ....)
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|                         _Henry (Harry) DAVIS ______|
|                        | (1751 - 1823) m 1771      |
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|_Dorothy McCants DAVIS _|
  (1760 - 1814) m 1785   |
                         |                            _John MCCANTS II_________+
                         |                           | (1720 - 1772) m 1748    
                         |_Rachel Elizabeth MCCANTS _|
                           (1755 - 1841) m 1771      |
                                                     |_Rachel COMMANDER _______+
                                                       (1720 - 1772) m 1748    

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Robinette TAYLOR

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I20164

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S662] [S722]
Father: Edmund Pendleton TAYLOR
Mother: Mildred Edmonia TURNER


Family 1 : Thomas RIVELY

                                                            _Erasmus TAYLOR ___________+
                                                           | (1715 - 1794) m 1749      
                            _Robert TAYLOR ________________|
                           | (1763 - 1845) m 1784          |
                           |                               |_Jane MOORE _______________+
                           |                                 (1728 - 1812) m 1749      
 _Edmund Pendleton TAYLOR _|
| (1791 - 1840)            |
|                          |                                _Edmund PENDLETON Sr.______+
|                          |                               | (1744 - 1827) m 1764      
|                          |_Frances PENDLETON ____________|
|                            (1767 - 1831) m 1784          |
|                                                          |_Mildred "Millie" POLLARD _+
|                                                            (1747 - 1827) m 1764      
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|--Robinette TAYLOR 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                                           _Reuben TURNER Sr._________+
|                                                          | (1740 - 1807)             
|                           _Reuben TURNER Jr._____________|
|                          | (1772 - ....)                 |
|                          |                               |_Sarah DUNN _______________+
|                          |                                 (1750 - ....)             
|_Mildred Edmonia TURNER __|
  (1799 - 1882)            |
                           |                                _Edmund PENDLETON Sr.______+
                           |                               | (1744 - 1827) m 1764      
                           |_Elizabeth "Betsey" PENDLETON _|
                             (1776 - ....)                 |
                                                           |_Mildred "Millie" POLLARD _+
                                                             (1747 - 1827) m 1764      

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William WILBURN

7 Aug 1760 - ABT 1811

ID Number: I100017

  • RESIDENCE: of Madison Co. AL
  • BIRTH: 7 Aug 1760, Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: ABT 1811, Sussex Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3628]

Family 1 : Sarah "Sallie" BONNER
  1.  Polly WILBURN
  2. +Rebecca Bonner WILBURN
  3.  Sally WILBURN
  4.  Jimmie WILBURN
  5. +Ellizabeth "Betsy" WILBURN
  6. +Patsy WILBURN
Family 2 : Rebecca OLIVER
  1.  Frances WILBURN
  2.  Jack WILBURN
  3.  Tom WILBURN
  4.  John King WILBURN
  5.  Ben WILBURN

Notes


6th: Sallie Bonner married William Wilburn. They had six children: Betsy, Polly, Rebecca, Sally, Patsy and Jimmie. After the death of Sallie Bonner, William Wilburn married the widow Rebecca Oliver Wilburn. They had five children: Henry, William, Thomas, Frances and John.


Children by Sallie Bonner
Betsy Wilburn
Polly Wilburn
Rebecca Wilburn
Sally Wilburn
Patsy Wilburn
Jimmie Wilburn


Marriage 2 Rebecca Oliver Married: 1798
Children
Henry Wilburn
William Wilburn
Thomas Wilburn
Frances Wilburn
John King Wilburn b: 1803

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