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Richard Perrott, Jr and Sarah Curtis




Husband Richard Perrott, Jr

           Born: 24 Feb 1649/50 - Rappahannock River, Virginia
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           Died: 11 Nov 1686 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Judge Richard Perrott, Sr (1616/1617-1686)
         Mother: Sarah Henry (Abt 1620-Abt 1667)


       Marriage: 11 Feb 1671/72 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA




Wife Sarah Curtis

           Born: 16 Aug 1657 - Ware Parish, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 28 Dec 1694
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         Father: Major Thomas Curtis (Abt 1597-After 1661)
         Mother: Averilla (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Willilam Halfhide (      -Bef 1672)



Children
1 M Richard Perrott

           Born: 5 Oct 1668
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2 M Henry Perrott

           Born: 25 Jan 1674/75
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3 F Frank Perrott

           Born: 28 Aug 1677
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4 F Sarah Perrott

           Born: 21 Jul 1679
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5 F Averilla Perrott

           Born: 3 Aug 1683
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6 M Robert Perrott

           Born: 25 Oct 1685 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 9 Aug 1723 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Catherine Daniel (Abt 1686-      )
           Marr: 25 Mar 1706 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



7 M Curtis Perrott

           Born: 19 Aug 1688
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8 F Mary Perrott

           Born: 19 Jan 1689/90
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Willilam Halfhide and Sarah Curtis




Husband Willilam Halfhide

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           Died: Bef 1672
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Wife Sarah Curtis

           Born: 16 Aug 1657 - Ware Parish, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 28 Dec 1694
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         Father: Major Thomas Curtis (Abt 1597-After 1661)
         Mother: Averilla (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Richard Perrott, Jr (1650-1686) - 11 Feb 1671/72 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



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Edward Dale




Husband Edward Dale

           Born: Abt 1598 - Sefton, Lancanshire, England
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1 M Major Edward Dale

           Born: 6 Apr 1620 - Sefton, Lancanshire, England
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           Died: 2 Feb 1694/95 - , Lancaster, Virginia, USA
         Buried:  - White Chapel Parrish, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
         Spouse: Diana Skipwith (1621-1694)
           Marr: Abt 1650 - England




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Major Edward Dale and Diana Skipwith




Husband Major Edward Dale

           Born: 6 Apr 1620 - Sefton, Lancanshire, England
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           Died: 2 Feb 1694/95 - , Lancaster, Virginia, USA
         Buried:  - White Chapel Parrish, Lancaster, Virginia, USA


         Father: Edward Dale (Abt 1598-      )
         Mother: 


       Marriage: Abt 1650 - England

Noted events in his life were:
Occupation, Burgess of Lancaster County, Virginia, 1677 & 1682-1683




Wife Diana Skipwith

           Born: 21 May 1621 - Prestwold, Leicestershire, England
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           Died: 8 Dec 1694 - , Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Henry Skipwith, IV Sir (1589-1622)
         Mother: Amy Kempe (1591-1631)





Children
1 F Katherine Dale

           Born: 1652 - Prestwich, , Lancashire, England
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           Died: 10 May 1703 - , Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Capt. Thomas Carter, Sir (1631-1700)
           Marr: 4 May 1670 - Barford, Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



2 F Elizabeth Dale

           Born: 1654 - , Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 1674 - , Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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3 F Mary Dale

           Born: 1659 - , Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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General Notes: Husband - Major Edward Dale

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Major Edward Dale was a distinguished Royalist who sought refuge in Virginia about 1649 after the death of King Charles the First. He was from England and lived in Lancaster Co., Va. Sworn in as clerk of Lancaster County on December 7, 1655 and remained as clerk until 1674. This was a very important position and was always held by a very prominent man of the county. He also became a Justice and a Commissioner of the County Court, High Sheriff and finally a member of the house of Burgesses 1677 and 1682. He was an attorney by self study. He died in that county of February 2, 1695 and his will dated August 4, 1694 mentions his wife, two daughters, Elizabeth, wife of William Rogers and Catherine Carter who married Thomas Carter and the Carter grandchildren. The will is in Will Bk. 8, p. 110 and was proved on March 17, 1695 and the inventory of estates was returned March 30, 1695.

Little is known of the lineage of the Dale family in England. Edward's son in law, Thomas Carter used the Dale seal on his will in 1700. That seal incorporates the crest of the Dales of Northampton and London. In 1613 this crest and the appropriate arms were confirmed by the College of Arms to William Dale, Esq. of Brigstock, Northampton. He was the 3rd son of Robert Dale, Esq. of Wencle, in the county of Chester. The 1st son was Robert of Wencle and the 2nd was Roger of Inner Temple London. Edward was possibly the son of one of these.

Edward and his wife accompanied her brother, Sir Grey Skipwith to Virginia to escape the commonwealth of Oliver Cromwell. They settled on opposite side of the Rappahanock River, the Dales in Lancaster Co. and the Skipwiths in Middlesex.


General Notes: Wife - Diana Skipwith

Diana Skipwith was the first immigrant of this line to the Americas.
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John Everard and Margaret Dale




Husband John Everard

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         Father: John Everard (      -      )
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   Other Spouse: Margery Keddington (      -      )




Wife Margaret Dale

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Children
1 M Henry Everard

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         Spouse: Olive Parker (      -      )




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Nicholas Dale and Sarah Henry




Husband Nicholas Dale

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Wife Sarah Henry

           Born: Abt 1620
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           Died: Abt 1667 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
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   Other Spouse: Judge Richard Perrott, Sr (1616/1617-1686) - Abt 1648 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



Children
1 M Thomas Dale

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2 F Joane Dale

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3 F Sarah Dale

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Living and Living




Husband Living (details have been suppressed)

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         Father: Cecil Duncan Harper (1904-1984)
         Mother: Living


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1 M Living (details have been suppressed)

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2 F Living (details have been suppressed)

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Manasses De Montdidier Comte De Dammartin and Constance Princess Of France




Husband Manasses De Montdidier Comte De Dammartin 1 2 3

           Born: Abt 992 - Dammartine, Seine-Et-Marne, Ile-DE-France, France
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           Died: 15 Nov 1057 - Seige Of Bar-Le-Duc, Lorraine, France
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         Father: Hildouin II Comte De Montdidier (0960-0992) 1
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       Marriage: Abt 1032 - Orleans, France

Noted events in his life were:
Alt. Death 3, 1037




Wife Constance Princess Of France 1 2

           Born: Abt 1014 - Orleans, Loiret, Orleanais/Centre, France
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         Father: Robert II "The Pious" Capet, King of France (0972-1031) 1 4 5 6 7
         Mother: Queen Constance d'Arles (Abt 0986-1032) 1 7 8 9





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Bernard "The Harcourt" Dan and Sprota of Burgundy




Husband Bernard "The Harcourt" Dan

           Born: Abt 860 - Normandy, France
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           Died: Abt 955
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Wife Sprota of Burgundy

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Children
1 M Torf "The Rich" de Harcourt

           Born: Abt 900 - Normandy, France
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         Spouse: Ertemberge de Ertemberge (      -      )




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John Stamper and Elizabeth Dandridge




Husband John Stamper

           Born: 1647 - Crosthwaite, Cumberland, England
     Christened: 16 May 1647 - Crosthwaite, Cumberland, England
           Died: Mar 1687/88 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Phillipe 'Philip' Stamper (      -      )
         Mother: Weniffrid 'Winifryde' Hodgshon (      -      )


       Marriage: Abt 1677 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA

   Other Spouse: Cary Susannah Powell (Abt 1650-1720) - 8 May 1684 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA

   Other Spouse: Dorcas (Abt 1645-1667) - Abt 1659 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA




Wife Elizabeth Dandridge

           Born: Abt 1645
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           Died: 29 Apr 1683 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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Children
1 M John Stamper

           Born: 29 Aug 1677 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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           Died:  - Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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2 M Joseph Stamper

           Born: Abt 1680 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
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3 M Living (details have been suppressed)

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General Notes: Husband - John Stamper

General Notes: from Jesse Stamper <Leecorydon@juno.com> Based on two facts, it is presumed that John Stamper was the immigrant anc estor and that he was from England. (1). at the time he arrived, the immig rants of the Virginia Colony were almost exclusively from England. (2) Jo hn Stamper's handwriting points to English rather than Colonial origin.

The parentage of John Stamper is not known, but there are some theori es on who his parents might of been. Most Stamper researchers believe he w as the son of Phillipe 'Philip' Stamper and Weniffrid 'Winifryde' Hodgsho n, but this is not for certain. Philip Stamper married Weniffrid Hodgsh on on June 17, 1645, in Crosthwaite, Cumberland, England. They have 3 reco rded children: John, Anthony, and George. John was christened on May 16, 1 647. Anthony was christened on May 24, 1651. George was born on July 16, 1 654. They were all born in Crosthwaite.

However, other Stamper researchers believe John was the son of William Sta mper (1610-1682/3) and Elizabeth Partridge (ca.1612-1648). William land ed in Massachusetts from Cumberland Co, England. However, there appea rs to be no records of him having a son named John.

We are not for certain when John Stamper arrived in Virginia. The earlie st mention of him is in 1665, when he was one of those listed as fit for m ilitary service.

John Stamper was a literate man. He was both a planter and a carpente r. He was requested by both the church and the court to view the quali ty of carpentry work done by others. At one time he was a Major in the Lan caster militia. He entertained Minister John Shepherd in his home in 167 9.

Early records refer to John Stamper as 'Mr'. At that time, 'Mr.' was th en a title used for men of high standing in their community, who had estab lished themselves as gentlemen of integrity.

It is known that John had at least one bound servant. From Court Orders, B ook No. 1, 1673-1680 dated February 2, 1673, page 3: 'Mary Grier, daught er of Anner Grier is bound apprenticed to John Stamper'. About a year aft er John's death, we find in the court orders on April 6, 1691: 'Mary Grie r, Apprenticed to John Stamper decd is this day discharged and set free a nd ordered to be paid Corne and Cloathes according to act'.


Will of John Stamper:

In ye name of God Amen. I John Stamper of ye County of Midlesex being in g ood health of body, and of sound and pfect Mind and Memory, Praise be ther efore given unto Allmighty God, doe make and ordaine this my pesent Last W ill and Testament in manner and forme following (that is to say) first a nd principally I commend my Soul into ye hands of Allmighty God, hopeing t hrough ye Merrits death and passion of my Savior Jesus Christ to have fu ll and free pardon and forgiveness of all my Sins, and to inherite everlas ting Life, and my body I commit to ye Earth to be decently buried at ye di screcion of my Executors hereafter Named and as touching ye discreti on of all Such Temporall Estate, As it hath pleased Allmighty God to best ow upon me I give and dispose thereof as followeth;

first I will that my debts and funerall charge shall be paid and discharge d. Item I doe give and bequeath unto My Loving Wife Carew Stamper, & my Lo veing Sonn John Stamper all my Temporall Estate that Lieth of Consiste th in goods and Chattles whatsoever Jointly betwene them boath, who me I do leave my Joynt and Sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testame nt. Item I leaveth Richard Robinson my Sonns guardian Item That my Lovei ng wife aforesaid Carew Stamper doe Injoy and possess the third part of a ll my Lands for her life, and in Case that my Sonn John die before he come th to age my will is that my aforesaid wife Carew Stamper Shall Injoy a nd possess all my Lands to her and her heirs forever, and I doe hereby Rev oke and disanull and make voide all former wills and Testaments by me here tofore made. In Witness whereof I the said John Stamper to this my Last wi ll and Testament Sett my hand and Seale, this ninth day of November one th ousand Six hundred Eighty and Eight-1688. John Stamper, Seal Sealed and Delivered in ye psents of Robard Vallicot George Wortam William Vallicot Based on two facts, it is presumed that John Stamper w as the immigrant ancestor and that he was from England. (1) At the ti me he arrived, the immigrants of the Virginia Colony were almost exclusive ly from England. (2) John Stamper's handwriting points to English rather t han colonial origins. It is known that John had at least one bound servant. From Court Orders, B ook No. 1, 1673-1680 dated February 2, 1673, page 3: 'Mary Grier, daught er of Anner Grier is bound apprenticed to John Stamper'. About a year aft er John's death, we find in the court orders on April 6, 1691: 'Mary Grie r, Apprenticed to John Stamper decd is this day discharged and set free a nd ordered to be paid Corne and Cloathes according to act'. The Will of John Stamper: In ye name of God Amen. I John Stamper of ye County of Midlesex being in g ood health of body, and of sound and pfect Mind and Memory, Praise be ther efore given unto Allmighty God, doe make and ordaine this my pesent Last W ill and Testament in manner and forme following (that is to say) first a nd principally I commend my Soul into ye hands of Allmighty God, hopeing t hrough ye Merrits death and passion of my Savior Jesus Christ to have fu ll and free pardon and forgiveness of all my Sins, and to inherite everlas ting Life, and my body I commit to ye Earth to be decently buried at ye di screcion of my Executors hereafter Named and as touching ye discreti on of all Such Temporall Estate, As it hath pleased Allmighty God to best ow upon me I give and dispose thereof as followeth;

first I will that my debts and funerall charge shall be paid and discharge d. Item I doe give and bequeath unto My Loving Wife Carew Stamper, & my Lo veing Sonn John Stamper all my Temporall Estate that Lieth of Consiste th in goods and Chattles whatsoever Jointly betwene them boath, who me I do leave my Joynt and Sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testame nt. Item I leaveth Richard Robinson my Sonns guardian Item That my Lovei ng wife aforesaid Carew Stamper doe Injoy and possess the third part of a ll my Lands for her life, and in Case that my Sonn John die before he come th to age my will is that my aforesaid wife Carew Stamper Shall Injoy a nd possess all my Lands to her and her heirs forever, and I doe hereby Rev oke and disanull and make voide all former wills and Testaments by me here tofore made. In Witness whereof I the said John Stamper to this my Last wi ll and Testament Sett my hand and Seale, this ninth day of November one th ousand Six hundred Eighty and Eight-1688. John Stamper /seal/ Sealed and Delivered in ye psents of Robard Vallicot George Wortam William Vallicot [from Jesse Stamper <Leecorydon@juno.com>]

Noted events in his life were:

Military: Middlesex Co, VA, John Stamper, 1687. Virginia Colonial Militia, 1651-1776 (Upon further examination that the persons underwritten are thought by this court capable to serve as footmen and to finde themselves with Armes).

Will Date: Middlesex Co, VA, 9 Nov 1688.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Dandridge

General Notes: From the Parish Register of Christ Church, 'Elizabeth Stamper ye Wife of J no. Stamper departd this life 29th Aprill 1683.' Also found in the Registe r, 'Jno. Stamper, the sone of Jno. and Elizabeth Stamper was borne the 29 th of August 1677 and was baptized at the house of the said Jno Stamp er p. Mr. Sheppard, 8th of October 1677.'

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Sources


1 Jim Weber (https://myaccount.rootsweb.com/publicprofile?mn=jimweber110&kurl=http:%2F%2Fwc%2Erootsweb%2Eancestry%2Ecom%2Fcgi%2Dbin%2Figm%2Ecgi%3Fdb%3Djweber%26id%3DI03403%26op%3DGED).

2 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Peter Stewart, 19 May 2002.

3 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968, 13.

4 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.

5 Encyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on, Robert II.

6 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 101-21, 53-21.

7 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968, 14, 19.

8 Encyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on, Henry I of France.

9 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 53-21.


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