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Ancestors of Amy Russell Tolbert



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Peter de Cave and Elena Bromflete




Husband Peter de Cave

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         Father: Geoffrey de Cave (      -      )
         Mother: Mabel de Talso/Saltmarsh (      -      )


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Wife Elena Bromflete

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         Father: Sir Thomas Bromflete (      -      )
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1 M Sir Alexander de Cave, Knight of the Shire for Yorkshire

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         Spouse: Joan de Malodaen/Mawley (      -      )
           Marr: 1318



2 M Thomas de Cave

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         Spouse: Miss  Cliffe (      -      )



3 F Catherine de Cave

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         Spouse: John Riplingham (      -      )



4 F Beatrix de Cave

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         Spouse: Philip de Waldby (      -      )



5 F Jane de Cave

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         Spouse: John Dawney (      -      )




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Sir Thomas Bromflete




Husband Sir Thomas Bromflete

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   Other Spouse: Ursula Cave (      -      )




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1 F Elena Bromflete

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         Spouse: Peter de Cave (      -      )




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Sir Thomas Bromflete and Ursula Cave




Husband Sir Thomas Bromflete

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Wife Ursula Cave

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         Father: Sir Alexander de Cave, Knight of the Shire for Yorkshire (      -After 1275)
         Mother: Joan de Malodaen/Mawley (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Sir John Ella (      -      )



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Jonathan Brooks and Sarah Mayo




Husband Jonathan Brooks

           Born: Abt 1650 - Aberfield, , Berkshire, England
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           Died: Feb 1685/86 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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Wife Sarah Mayo

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         Father: James Mayo (1640/1650-      )
         Mother: Mary Valentine (1640/1650-      )





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1 F Mary Martha Brooks

           Born: May 1687-1690 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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           Died: Jul 1735 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Powell Stamper (Abt 1685-1727)
           Marr: 10 Apr 1708 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
         Spouse: Thomas Ownby (Bef 1707-1734)
           Marr: 27 Jul 1727 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA



2 M Charles Brooks

           Born: 12 Aug 1680
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3 M Jonathan Brooks

           Born: 4 Dec 1684
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4 F Alyce Brooks

           Born: Abt 1685
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General Notes: Wife - Sarah Mayo

On June 5, 1711, Valentine Mayo and his wife Ann (John's last wife) gave 39 acres of land to "our well beloved cuzon Jonathan Brooks," and the land joined that of Thomas Obrissell, deceased; Henry Tugwell; and John Bourk. Valentine had patented the land in 1702 (DB 3, p. 251). This Jonathan Brooks, son of Sarah Mayo and Jonathan Brooks, married Mary Tugwell, born Sept. 20, 1693, the daughter of Henry Tugwell (John's half brother) and Mary Basket. The will of a Henry Baskit, proved Jan. 3, 1720 was witnessed by John Allin (whose father appears to be Richard Allen) and Henry Tugel. Further, in 1686 Thomas Thompson (who knew Jane Burk) imported a John Baskettfield.
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Powell Stamper and Mary Martha Brooks




Husband Powell Stamper

           Born: Abt 1685 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 22 May 1727 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 23 May 1727 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA


         Father: John Stamper (1647-1688)
         Mother: Cary Susannah Powell (Abt 1650-1720)


       Marriage: 10 Apr 1708 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA




Wife Mary Martha Brooks

           Born: May 1687-1690 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Jonathan Brooks (Abt 1650-1686)
         Mother: Sarah Mayo (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Thomas Ownby (Bef 1707-1734) - 27 Jul 1727 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA



Children
1 F Mary Stamper

           Born: Abt 1709 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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2 F Cary Stamper

           Born: 23 Jun 1712 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 2 Sep 1720 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 4 Sep 1720



3 M John Stamper

           Born: 17 Oct 1714 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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           Died: Bef 24 Oct 1774 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Sarah Perrott (1708-1801)
           Marr: 25 Mar 1733 - Christ Church Parish, Middlesex, Virginia, USA



4 F Susannah Stamper

           Born: 19 Dec 1716 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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5 M Jonathan Brooks Stamper

           Born: 21 Apr 1719 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 1799 - , Wilkes, North Carolina, USA
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6 F Kerah Stamper

           Born: 21 Mar 1722/23 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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7 F Letitia Stamper

           Born: 22 Sep 1723 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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General Notes: Husband - Powell Stamper

General Notes: provided by Jesse Stamper

The inventory of the estate of Powell Stamper was presented to the Cou rt of Middlesex Co, VA on July 4, 1727. 'In obedience to an order of the C ourt held the sixth of June 1727. We the Subscribers first sworn have m et and appraised the Estate of Powell Stamper deceased as followeth:

3 young steers, 3 yearlings, 3 cows with calf, 8 barren cows, 1 heife r, 1 old mare, young mare, 4 Ewes and 6 lambs, 2 old beds and furniture, b ed and furniture, 1 old bed and furniture, 1 old table, 1 old chest, 1 sm al chest, 1 ditto, 5 old chares and 3 frames, 1 felt hat, 2 remnants of cl oth, 2 *Quires* of Paper, parcel of old cloths, 1 Raw dowe skin, 3 jigg s, 1 meal sifter, 1 *Rundet*, 1 old tub and 3 old poles, 3 frying pan s, 1 iron pot, one grate pot and one small do (pot) & hooks, 1 ladle and f lesh hook, 1 pare of fior tongs & gridiron, 1 brass skillet, a parcel of c arpenters tools, a pare of old Shoes, 1 Sadle and bridle and cloth, 1/2 Po wder & a Shott 6 fish hooks, 1 Box Iron and heater, a parcel of old book s, 47 lb of tabo and 10 p pound, 9 lb of old Puter, 1 dish, 1 old tankar d, a parcel of lime, 15 quart bottles, 1 Small Looking glass, 1 old gu n, 1 old do (gun), 3 pr of wool cards, 13 1/2 pounds of picked cotton, a p arcle of old cotton, 22a of unpicked cotton at 2 pa to 10 3/4 pounds of co tton at 4 p pound, 2 wedges & 1 cutting knife, 1 Iron Pestle, 2 Grubbing h oes/2 axes/2 weed hoes, 38 pd of old iron, 1 old rope 1 old gun barrel l, 3 old tubs, 1 sifting tray 1 tub, 2 raw hides, cask, 8 barren ho gs at 4 shill pr hog, 4 Sows at fore shilling sow, 13 Shott at 12 d piec e, and 4 hogs not yet come to hand.

Executor: Mary Stamper (her X mark) Witnesses: J.C. Tagel, J.H. Lewis, Law r. Orrill. (*Quires*- is a book of loose pages, *Rundet*- is a cask)

At a court held for Middlesex County the 11th day of July 1727: Mary Stamper made Oath to this Inventory of Powell Stamper decd estate a nd it was admitted to record. No record of Powell Stamper's birth has be en found. The fact that Powell named a daughter Cary who died young a nd a later daughter Kerah (probably the same name spelled differently by t he church scribes of the day) is good indication that he was the son of Jo hn Stamper and his third wife, Cary/Carew. He also named his first son Jo hn (after his father?). Research in the Tidewater Virginia area has not re vealed definite evidence of Stampers in that area before John Stamper. According to the Parish Register of Christ Church, 'Powell Stampar & Ma ry Brookes were married ye 10th of April 1708'. In 1711, Powell Stamper sold 100 acres (out of his 200 acres) to John Lewi s. The 100 acres which were left remained in the Stamper family until Jam es Stamper and Nancy Stamper Williams sold it to William F. Newcomb in Oct ober of 1852. Powell seems to have inherited his fathers estate and to have been a reaso nably prosperous Tidewater farmer. At the time of his death, he left a con siderable estate. The inventory of his estate was presented to the Court of Middlesex C o, VA on July 4, 1727. 'In obedience to an order of Court held the s ix of June 1727. We the Subscribers first sworn have met and appraised t he Estate of Powell Stamper deceased as followeth: 3 young steers, 3 yearlings, 3 cows with calf, 8 barren cows, 1 heife r, 1 old mare, young mare, 4 Ewes and 6 lambs, 2 old beds and furniture, b ed and furniture, 1 old bed and furniture, 1 old table, 1 old chest, 1 sm al chest, 1 ditto, 5 old chares and 3 frames, 1 felt hat, 2 remnants of cl oth, 2 *Quires* of Paper, parcel of old cloths, 1 Raw dowe skin, 3 jigg s, 1 meal sifter, 1 *Rundet*, 1 old tub and 3 old poles, 3 frying pan s, 1 iron pot, one grate pot and one small do (pot) & hooks, 1 ladle and f lesh hook, 1 pare of fior tongs & gridiron, 1 brass skillet, a parcel of c arpenters tools, a pare of old Shoes, 1 Sadle and bridle and cloth, 1/2 Po wder & a Shott 6 fish hooks, 1 Box Iron and heater, a parcel of old book s, 47 lb of tabo and 10 p pound, 9 lb of old Puter, 1 dish, 1 old tankar d, a parcel of lime, 15 quart bottles, 1 Small Looking glass, 1 old gu n, 1 old do (gun), 3 pr of wool cards, 13 1/2 pounds of picked cotton, a p arcle of old cotton, 22a of unpicked cotton at 2 pa to 10 3/4 pounds of co tton at 4 p pound, 2 wedges & 1 cutting knife, 1 Iron Pestle, 2 Grubbing h oes/2 axes/2 weed hoes, 38 pd of old iron, 1 old rope 1 old gun barrel l, 3 old tubs, 1 sifting tray 1 tub, 2 raw hides, cask, 8 barren ho gs at 4 shill pr hog, 4 Sows at fore shilling sow, 13 Shott at 12 d piec e, and 4 hogs not yet come to hand.' Executor: Mary Stamper (her X mark) Witnesses: J.C. Tagel, J.H. Lewis, Law r. Orrill. (*Quires*- is a book of loose pages, *Rundet*- is a cask) At a court held for Middlesex County the 11th day of July 1727: Mary Stamper made Oath to this Inventory of Powell Stamper decd Estate a nd it was admitted to record. Test H Stanard CMC Although, Powell was not a rich man, he was comfortable for a man of his t ime.

Records concerning Cary, Susannah, Letitia, and Kerah are lacking. We a re fortunate to follow the lines of John and Jonathan Stamper, Sr., in mo re detail. provided by Jesse Stamper

General Notes: According to the book, 'Stamper Court Records of Middlesex Co, VA', only t wo records were found naming John Stamper, Jr: his birth record and his fa thers will. Since Powell Stamper (1685/90-1727) inherited all his father 's estate, it is assumed that John, Jr., died before reaching maturity. T he Elizabeth Stamper whose inventory was returned to court in 1697, mak es one wonder if John lived long enough to have gotten married. Elizabe th Stamper would have to be an adult with her own property. Since there we re no other Stampers in Middlesex County during this time period, this see ms to be the only plausible answer; yet, there are no records to prove t he theory. We find the following record of John Stamper, Jr., in the Parish Regist er of Middlesex Co, VA: 'Jno. Stamper, the sone of Jno. and Elizabeth Stam per was borne the 29th of August 1677 and was baptized at the house of t he said Jno Stamper p. Mr. Sheppard, 8th of October 1677.' from Jesse Stam per According to the book, 'Stamper Court Records of Middlesex Co, VA', only t wo records were found naming John Stamper, Jr: his birth record and his fa thers will. Since Powell Stamper (1685/90-1727) inherited all his father 's estate, it is assumed that John, Jr., died before reaching maturity. T he Elizabeth Stamper whose inventory was returned to court in 1697, mak es one wonder if John lived long enough to hace gotten married. Elizabe th Stamper would have to be an adult with her own property. Since there we re no other Stampers in Middlesex County during this time period, this see ms to be the only plausible answer; yet, there are no records to prove t he theory.

We find the following record of John Stamper, Jr., in the Parish Regist er of Middlesex Co, VA: 'Jno. Stamper, the sone of Jno. and Elizabeth Stam per was borne the 29th of August 1677 and was baptized at the house of t he said Jno Stamper p. Mr. Sheppard, 8th of October 1677.' ----------- from GKVI Others, however, believe he is the John Stamper who appears in Pennsylvan io Church Records in late 1600s and early 1700s.



General Notes: Wife - Mary Martha Brooks

16. Betty M. Maynard of Danville, VA, Stamper Court Records Middlesex Co, VA 1673-1852 (1989).

General Notes: Mary's parents were Jonathan and Sarah Brooks. From records of Christ Chur ch Parish we find: 'Mary daughter of Sarah widow of Jonathan Brooks bap'p o, May 1687'. This means that Mary's father had died before or shortly aft er her birth. Sarah's maiden name is believed to be Mayo. This assumption probably ste ms from the will of Jonathan Brooks dated May 7, 1686, naming his wi fe as 'Saray' and Valentine Mayo as a witness. This assumes that Sarah w as Sarah Mayo, a possible sister of Valentine Mayo. After the death of Jon athan Brooks, Sarah supposedly married John Burk (or Bourk) and had two ch ildren (twins), Mayo and Sarah, born May 22, 1690, and baptized on June 1 5, 1690. It is known that John Mayo, Sarah, and Valentine Mayo lived in close proxi mity to each other. Mary was left a widow with five young children, Cary had died at age eigh t. There is a record of a Mary Stamper marrying a John Dobbs on May 11, 17 35. This would of been our Mary, for at that time women did not stay widow s. The book, 'Stamper Court Records of Middlesex Co, VA', states that Ma ry died in July of 1735.

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Thomas Ownby and Mary Martha Brooks




Husband Thomas Ownby

           Born: Bef 1707
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           Died: 1734
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       Marriage: 27 Jul 1727 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA




Wife Mary Martha Brooks

           Born: May 1687-1690 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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           Died: Jul 1735 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Jonathan Brooks (Abt 1650-1686)
         Mother: Sarah Mayo (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Powell Stamper (Abt 1685-1727) - 10 Apr 1708 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



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General Notes: Wife - Mary Martha Brooks

16. Betty M. Maynard of Danville, VA, Stamper Court Records Middlesex Co, VA 1673-1852 (1989).

General Notes: Mary's parents were Jonathan and Sarah Brooks. From records of Christ Chur ch Parish we find: 'Mary daughter of Sarah widow of Jonathan Brooks bap'p o, May 1687'. This means that Mary's father had died before or shortly aft er her birth. Sarah's maiden name is believed to be Mayo. This assumption probably ste ms from the will of Jonathan Brooks dated May 7, 1686, naming his wi fe as 'Saray' and Valentine Mayo as a witness. This assumes that Sarah w as Sarah Mayo, a possible sister of Valentine Mayo. After the death of Jon athan Brooks, Sarah supposedly married John Burk (or Bourk) and had two ch ildren (twins), Mayo and Sarah, born May 22, 1690, and baptized on June 1 5, 1690. It is known that John Mayo, Sarah, and Valentine Mayo lived in close proxi mity to each other. Mary was left a widow with five young children, Cary had died at age eigh t. There is a record of a Mary Stamper marrying a John Dobbs on May 11, 17 35. This would of been our Mary, for at that time women did not stay widow s. The book, 'Stamper Court Records of Middlesex Co, VA', states that Ma ry died in July of 1735.

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Andrew Brown and Mary Fortune




Husband Andrew Brown

           Born: WFT Est 1728-1748
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       Marriage: WFT Est 1759-1792




Wife Mary Fortune

           Born: 1745 - , Albemarle, Virginia, USA
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         Father: John Fletcher Fortune (Abt 1720-1790)
         Mother: Lucy Williamson (1723-Bef 1789)





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Living and Living




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Spurgeon T. Teer and Bonnie Rozella Brown




Husband Spurgeon T. Teer 1

           Born: WFT Est 1872-1906 1
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           Died: WFT Est 1942-1991 1
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       Marriage: WFT Est 1913-1947 1




Wife Bonnie Rozella Brown 1

           Born: 1900 1
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           Died: WFT Est 1942-1995 1
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         Father: John Brown (WFT Est 1849/1877-WFT Est 1903/1961) 1
         Mother: Nancy Elizabeth Phillips (1865-WFT Est 1903/1960) 1



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Fact 1 1, Fact 1 See Note Page



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1 M Unknown Teer 1

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General Notes: Wife - Bonnie Rozella Brown

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Family Source Uncertain about children's names, came from a letter from Rozella.

Alt. Family Source 1982 In letter, Rose stated that, "all of her sisters had been dead a long time."

Religion 1981 Member of Temple Baptist Church, Garland, Dallas Co TX.
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Charles Brown and Patsie Fugate




Husband Charles Brown 2

           Born: WFT Est 1861-1896 2
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           Died: WFT Est 1893-1975 2
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       Marriage: WFT Est 1888-1932 2




Wife Patsie Fugate 2

           Born: WFT Est 1871-1897 2
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         Father: Caledonia J. Fugate (Abt 1850-WFT Est 1880/1941) 2
         Mother: Caroline Coats (Abt 1854-WFT Est 1880/1948) 2





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1 v108t0969.ftw.

2 Genealogy.com, LLC, World Family Tree Vol. 100, Ed. 1 (Release date: July-2002), Tree #0990.


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