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The Lunsford Family Line

 

Created March 16, 2011

Robert M. Sharp is the 29th lineal descendant of Ingelramus de Lundresford.  This lineage is through his Sharp, Kinsey, Thorn, Coppage and Lunsford lines.  We can trace our Lunsford line with certainty to Lucy Sarah Lunsford who married Charles Coppedge in 1735 in Northumberland Co, VA.  The “Coppage Coppedge Chronicle” and other sources were not even certain of her first name but had evidence she was clearly a Lunsford.  From there they speculate that she is the daughter of Sheriff John Lunsford (1675-1735) who was the son of William Lunsford (1638-1663).   From here they stretch that William is the son of Sir Thomas Lunsford (1611-1656) who is famous for possibly being one the brothers who inspired the story of The Three Musketeers.  Sir Thomas’s genealogy is well documented back to the time of the Norman Conquest of England.   The following story has been put together based on all the available best evidence including the errors and improbabilities in the hope that the Lunsford lineage can someday be improved and proven.

 

Generation 1

 

1. Ingelramus de Lundresford-1[1] was born in 1062 in Circa, Sussex, England[1, 2]. He died in Circa, Sussex, England[2].

   

THE COLLECTANEA TOPOGRAPHICA includes a Pedigree of the Lunsford family of Lunsford and Wilegh, County Sussex.  This collection, published in 1837, transcribes a pedigree that was developed from original Saxon deeds in 1648.  The Pedigree is graphed through the earliest generations and followed by transcriptions of the original deeds written in Latin.

 

Ingelrammus de Lundresford is the first person mentioned in the Lunsford line.  The Latin may translate to “Ingram of Lunsford during the time of Edward the Confessor”.  Edward the Confessor was one of the last Anglo-Saxon kings of England ruling from 1042 to 1066.   Edward's successor, Harold Godwinson, reigned for less than a year.   He was killed at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, being defeated by Duke William of Normandy who succeeded him to the Crown of England.   It is family legend that both Ingram and his son Aelricus were killed during the Norman Conquest. 

 

Ingelrammus de Lundresford tempore Edwardi Confessoris  

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Aelricus De Lundresford, tempore Haroldi R.

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Johannes de Lundresford, miles, tempore Will'mi Conquestoris.

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David de Lundresford,miles, tempore Will'mi Rufi, ut patet per cartem eccl'ise de Bello; et sepult' ib m 1089  

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         i.            Robertus de Londresford, fil. Dauid ob s. p. 1088

                                      ii.            Reginalaldis de Lundresford, miles tempore, Steph. R. ut P. per cartum ecel'ise de Bello, sepult. ib'm 1138

m. Elianor, filia et unica haer. Walt'i Morevill.

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         i.            Hugo de Lundesford temp. Hen. 2 et Ric 1.

        ii.            Lorenzo de londresford, miles, per cartem eccl'ie de Bello, ob. 1168

m. Johanna neptis aubredi de Vere, Comitis Oxon.  

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Hugo de Lundresford, miles ob. 1203 ut p per catem eccl'iae de Bello.

m. Soror Aluerdi de St. Martin, fundatoris de Ponte Roberti.  

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Will'us frater Johannis de Lundresford, sine dato.

m. Johannes de lundresford, alia carta de Lundesford, sine Filia.

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Symon filius et haeres Joh'is de Lunesford, per cartam sine dat.

m. Mabell, filia Johannis Ashburnha, militis.

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 Symon de Lundresford, miles, patet per Finem 20 Edw. I

m. Anna, filia Will'mi de Cantelowe, Baronis de Raventhorpe.

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         i.            Johannes de Lonesford, 5 Edw. iii

        ii.            Will'mus Lonesford, vixit annis 3, 6 et 26 Edw. III

m. Johanna, filia et haeres Gualteri de Woknolle, superstes 20 Edw III

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Johannes filius et haeres Will'mi de Lonesford 26, 43 et 47 Edw. III

m. Agnes, filia et haeres Walteeri de Rockele  

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Johannes Lunesford de Lunesford senior 22 Ric. II 10 Hen. IV

m. filia ... uxor...eius  

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Johannes Lunesford, junior, de Lunsford, miles 6 Hen. IV et Hen. V et 6 Hen VI

m. Elizabeth, filia Thomas Echingham, D'ni de Echingham, com. sussex.  

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Will'mus Lunesford, de Lunsford et de Battell, com. Sussex, 6 et 16 Hen. VI. 1 maritus

m. Thomasina, sola fil' et haer' Joh'is Barington, renupta Johani Hopton ar. t'p'e Hen. VI 3 marit' ob.

13 Hen. VII 16 Jan.  

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         i.            Johannes Lunsford, frater Will'i, 2 Edw II

        ii.       Elizabeth, uxor Thomas Knyvet, ar. 2 Edw. IV.

      iii.            Elijnor, m. Sir roger Townsend of Raynham St. Mary, co. Norf, Esq. 3 Hen. VII

      iv.            Will'mus Lunsford de Lunsford, filius et heres Will'mwi 22 Edw. IV, et 23 Hen VI et 50 et em 1498

       m. Cicelia, filia Joh'is Pelham, mil. de Laughton, com. Sussex  

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         i.            Jane

        ii.       Emelyn, mar. Harding

      iii.      William Lunsford de Lunsford et de Wilegh, in com. Sussex, 27 Hen. VII. et ob. (3 May) 21 Hen VIII  

(1531); bur. at E. Hoathley; will dated 10 Dec 1530, proved 3 Sep 1531

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i.         Isabell, mar. to Will'm Roberts of Warleton in Sussex; he bur there 30 May 1561, she at E. H 30 May 1570

ii.        Bridget, mar. to Tho, Coxe of Beamond, nigh St. Alban's, Esq who died 1589; she was bur. at St. Alban's 5 Ap 1595

         i.            Jane mar Jennyns of Essex

        ii.            Mary, mar. Robert Dallinger of surrey

      iii.       Margaret

      iv.            Johannes Lunsford de Lunsford et de Wilegh 35 Hen VIII; bur. at E. hoathley 28 Nov 1581, et 12 ann       22 Hen Viii. will dated 19 Oct. 1581, then of  Clerkenwell, Middlesex; proved 29 Jan 1581-2.

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  1. James Lunsford, aet. 15, 1574
  2. Anne Isabella, marr. at E. H. 3 Ap 1570 to John Randolph, or Randall

      iii.            Johannes Lunsford de Lunsford, et de Wilegh, mil. Vicecomes Sussex et Surrie 8 Jacob R. (1611); bur at E. hoathley 5 May 1618, aet. 23, 1574  

m.  Anna, filia Johannis Appsly de Thacombe in sussex; bur. at E, Hoathley 10 Sep 1612, (2nd wife)

m. Barbara, filia et haer. Joh'is Lewknor de Buckingham, in com. Sussex, ar. (1st wife)  

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i.         Moyses Lunsford

ii.        Thomas Lunsford de Lunsford et de Wilegh, ar. died at Greenwich, where he was buried 4 Nov 1637  

m. Katherine, filia Tho. Flud de Milgate, co. Kent, mil., Treasurer of War to Quenn Elizabeth; bur. at E. H. 19 May 1642  

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i.         William Lunsford bap. at Framfield, sussex 6 Nov. 1608; bur. at E. H. 17 May 1628

ii.        Henricus Lunsford bap at Framfield 29 Sep 1611, a Colonel in the Army of Charles I occisus apud Bristoll cum invaserunt urbem, 25 July 1643

  1. Herbert Lunsford, miles, a Colonel in the Army of Charles I now Commander in Chief of 3 regiments in France in ye absence of Generall Edw. Cooke, knighted 6 July 1644; admistered to his father's effects 2 Decv 1637.

iv.      Anne, 1st dau mar Cooper

v.       Sara, 2nd nupta Thoma Price, de cardigan

vi.      Lisle (a dau) bur at Framfiled 17 Nov 1610

vii.    Thomas Lunsford de Lunsford, miles et Baronettus 1647; a colonel in the Army of Charles I; kn'ted

28 Dec 1641. sometime Liet. of the Tower; died 1691; will dat 4 Jan 1688, then of Tooting Graveney, Surrey; prov. 13 Jun 1691, by Lady Elizabeth Lunsfordalias Thomas, relict of the deceased.

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i.         a son and only child, ob. infant

  1. Elizabetha, nata at Framfield, 1642; bap. there 24 Aug the same year; mar vto Daniell Norton, gent. at Lawrence Waltham, Berks. Aug. 21, 1667
  2. Maria, nata in Turri London. 1647; mar at Lawrence Waltham, nov 30, 1665 to Thomas Collyer, Brewer of Shoe Lane, London

 

?? ??[2] was born in 1062 in Circa, Sussex, England[2]. She died in Curca, Sussex, England[2].

 

Ingelramus de Lundresford and ?? ?? were married in 1082 in Sussex, England[2]. They had the following children:

 

 

2.

i.

Aelricus de Lundresford[1, 3] was born in 1083 in Circa, Sussex, England[2]. He died in

 

 

 

1066 in Circa, Sussex, England[1, 2].

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Generation 2

2.

Aelricus de Lundresford-2 (Ingelramus-1)[1, 3] was born in 1083 in Circa, Sussex, England[2]. He died

 

in 1066 in Circa, Sussex, England[1, 2].

 

Legend is that AELRICUS may have been one of those who fought in the initial charge/defense against the Norman's (William the Conqueror), led by his father (Ingram). It is said that he -- and his father, died in this effort.  The name shown is probably the Latin rendering, rather than the actual name used (correct name may have been Eric or Elric Lunsford).

http://lunsford_history.tripod.com/origins.htm

 

Aelricus de Lundresford and unknown spouse married. They had the following child:

 

 

3.

i.

John de Lundresford[1, 4] was born in 1015. He died in 1067.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Generation 3

3.

John de Lundresford-3 (Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 4] was born in 1015. He died in 1067.

 

John de Lundresford and unknown spouse married. They had the following child:

 

4.

i.

David de Lundresford[1, 5] was born in 1040 in Circa, Sussex, England. He died in 1089.

 

 

 

 

 

Generation 4

 

4. David de Lundresford-4 (John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 5] was born in 1040 in Circa, Sussex, England. He died in 1089.

 

David de Lundresford and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

 

5.

i.

Reginald de Lundresford[1, 6] was born in 1072 in Circa, Sussex, England. He married

 

 

Elianor Morevill in 1105 in Sussex, England[1]. He died in 1138 in Church Bell, Kent,

 

 

England.

 

ii.

Robert de Lundresford[1]. He died in 1088.

Generation 5

 

5. Reginald de Lundresford-5 (David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 6] was born in 1072 in Circa, Sussex, England. He died in 1138 in Church Bell, Kent, , England.

 

Elianor Morevill daughter of Walter Morevill and ?? ??[7] was born in 1166 in Sussex, England. She died in 1166.

 

Reginald de Lundresford and Elianor Morevill were married in 1105 in Sussex, England[1]. They had the following children:

 

i. Lorenzo de Lundresford[8] was born in 1105 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England. He died in 1168.

ii. Hugh de Lundresford[1, 9] was born in 1110 in Sussex, England.

Generation 6

 

6.          Lorenzo de Lundresford-6 (Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[8] was born in 1105 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England. He died in 1168.

 

Johanna DeVere daughter of Alberic deVere and Adeliza Alice DeClare[10] was born in 1115 in Oxfordshire, England. She died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

 

Her grandfather, Aubrey de Vere I, came to England with William the Conqueror, his brother-in-law, by whom he was given vast estates, consisting of manors in the counties of Essex, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and Middlesex. The de Veres were also Lords of Cheniston, now Kensington, London, and Earl's Court.   His ancestry dates to Corvus, the first king of Scotland (abt 148 AD).

 

Lorenzo de Lundresford and Johanna DeVere married. They had the following child:

 

7.           i.     Hugo de Lundresford[11] was born in Sussex, England. He died in 1203 in England.

Generation 7

 

7.          Hugo de Lundresford-7 (Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[11] was born in Sussex, England. He died in 1203 in England.

 

?? de St. Martin daughter of Guillaume DeStMartin[12] was born in 1218 in Sussex, England. She died in England.

 

Hugo de Lundresford and ?? de St. Martin married. They had the following children:

 

i.            William de Lundresford[13] was born in 1237 in Lunsford, Sussex, England. He died in England.

 

8.           ii.    John de Lundresford[14] was born in 1239 in Sussex, England. He died in England.

Generation 8

 

8.          John de Lundresford-8 (Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[14] was born in 1239 in Sussex, England. He died in England.

 

?? ??[15] was born in 1244 in Sussex, England.

 

John de Lundresford and ?? ?? married. They had the following child:

 

9.           i. Simon de Lunesford[16] was born in 1265 in Sussex, England[1]. He married Mabell Ashburnham in 1280 in Sussex, England. He died in England.

Generation 9  

 

9.          Simon de Lunesford-9 (John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[16] was born in 1265 in Sussex, England[1]. He died in England.

 

Mabell Ashburnham daughter of John Ashburnham and Joane Covert[1, 17] was born in 1270 in Sussex, England. She died in England.

 

The Ashburnhams first emerged as small landowners in the parish of Ashburnham in Sussex towards the close of the twelfth century. By the time of Queen Elizabeth I the family had become great enough to tempt the heralds to record for them a pedigree fitting to their station and antiquity.

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/A2A/records.aspx?cat=179-ashburnham&cid=0#0

 

Simon de Lunesford and Mabell Ashburnham were married in 1280 in Sussex, England. They had the following child:

 

10.       i. Symon de Lundresford[1, 18] was born in 1281 in Sussex, England[1]. He married Anna DeCantelowe in 1311 in Sussex, England. He died in Lunsford, Sussex, England.

Generation 10

 

10.       Symon de Lundresford-10 (Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 18] was born in 1281 in Sussex, England[1]. He died in Lunsford, Sussex, England.

 

Anna DeCantelowe daughter of William de Cantelowe and ?? ??[1, 19] was born in 1296 in Sussex, England. She died in Lunsford, Sussex, England.

 

Symon de Lundresford and Anna DeCantelowe were married in 1311 in Sussex, England. They had the following children:

 

11.       i. William Lonesford[20] was born in 1317 in Sussex, England. He married Johanna de Woknolle in 1335 in Sussex, England. He died in 1352 in Lunsford Hall, Sussex, , England.

 

ii.           John de Lonesford[21] was born in 1319 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England.

Generation 11

 

11.       William Lonesford-11 (Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[20] was born in 1317 in Sussex, England. He died in 1352 in Lunsford Hall, Sussex, , England.

 

Johanna de Woknolle daughter of Walter DeWoknolle and Johanna DePapilon[22] was born in 1322 in Sussex, England. She died in 1346.

 

William Lonesford and Johanna de Woknolle were married in 1335 in Sussex, England. They had the following child:

 

12.       i. John Lonesford[1, 23] was born in 1343 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England[1]. He married Agnes de Rockele in 1359 in Sussex, England. He died in 1370.

Generation 12

 

12.       John Lonesford-12 (William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 23] was born in 1343 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England[1]. He died in 1370.

 

Agnes de Rockele daughter of Walter de Rockele and Agnes DeTyseherst[1, 24] was born in 1350 in Sussex, England. She died in England.

 

John Lonesford and Agnes de Rockele were married in 1359 in Sussex, England. They had the following child:

 

13.       i. John Lunesford[1, 25] was born in 1360 in Lunsford, , Sussex County, England. He died in 1428 in Lunsford, Sussex County, England.

Generation 13

 

13.       John Lunesford-13 (John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 25] was born in 1360 in Lunsford, Sussex County, England. He died in 1428 in Lunsford, Sussex County, England.

 

John Lunesford and unknown spouse married. They had the following child:

 

14.       i. John Lunesford[1, 26] was born in 1391 in Sussex, England[1]. He died in 1419 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England. He married Elizabeth Echingham in 1419 in Sussex, England.

Generation 14

 

14.    John Lunesford-14 (John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 26] was born in 1391 in Sussex, England[1]. He died in 1419 in Lunsford, Sussex, England.

 

Elizabeth Echingham daughter of Thomas Echingham and Margaret Knyvet[1, 27] was born in 1408 in Lambeth, Norfolk, England. She died on 19 Jul 1464 in Lunsford, Sussex, England.

 

Her ancestry extends to Edward I "Longshanks" who was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

 

John Lunesford and Elizabeth Echingham were married in 1419 in Sussex, England. They had the following children:  

 

                15.  William Lunesford[28, 29] was born in 1420 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England. He died on 03 May 1451 in Lunsford, Sussex, England. He married Thomasine Barrington on 03 May 1451 in East Hoathly, Sussex, England.

Generation 15

 

15.       William Lunesford-15 (John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[28, 29] was born in 1420 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England. He died on 03 May 1451 in Lunsford, Sussex, , England.  

 

William Lunsford, of Battle, in co. Sussex married Thomazin, da. and heir of John Barrington: mar. 2dly, William Sydney

See LUNSFORD-004  

Thomasine Barrington daughter of John Barrington and Isabel Tottam[1, 29, 30, 31, 32] was born in 1422 in Sussex, England[31]. She died on 16 Jan 1498 in Blythburgh, Suffolk, , England.  

 

The Barrington lineage dates to Randulfus de Barentone who was one of those sworn by William the Conqueror to assist in taking the general account of the kingdom in County Cambridgeshire.

 

Thomasine Barrington, who was a considerable heiress and of an ancient house, was thrice married, 1. to William Lunsford (Lunsforthe or Louseworthe), Esq., 2. to William Kidney, of Stoke Daubernon in Surrey, 3. to John Hopton, Esq. Her first husband made a brief will in Latin, dated the 10th and proved the 24th of April, 1445, wherein he describes himself as William Lonesforde de Bello (Battle), Co. Sussex, and desires to be buried in the Church of Battle in the Chapel of S. Catherine, and gives. "To Thomasine my wife all my goods and chattels in the parish of Rayleigh, Co. Essex." His wife as an only child and heir retained the inheritance from both her parents. It was as the widow of her third husband that she made her own will, dated the 3rd of Nov. 1497, and proved 10th Feb. 1497-8, in which she describes herself as Thomasine Hopton, widow, of Yokkingfeld, Co Suffolk.

http://www.tim.ukpub.net/barringtons/Tsine.html

 

William Lunesford and Thomasine Barrington were married on 03 May 1451 in East Hoathly, Sussex, England. They had the following children:

 

i. Eleanor Lunsford[1, 33, 34] was born in 1445 in Battle, Sussex, England[33]. She married Roger Townshend in 1469 in England. She died on 08 Oct 1500 in Raynham, Norfolk, England[33].

 

16.       ii. William Lunsford[1, 29, 35] was born in 1448 in Sussex, England. He married Cicelia Pelham in 1470 in Laughton, Sussex, , England. He died in 1498 in Lunsford, Suffolk, , England.

 

iii.         Elizabeth Lunsford[1, 36] was born in 1454 in Sussex, England. She married Thomas Knyvet in 1466 in Sussex, England. She died in 1472 in Sussex, England.

 

iv.         John Lunesford[1].

Generation 16

 

16.       William Lunsford-16 (William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 29, 35] was born in 1448 in Sussex, England. He died in 1498 in Lunsford, Suffolk, England.  

 

The Lunsfords were originally a Battle family, which along some lines of descent counted Plantagenet kings among their ancestors. William Lunsford came to live at Whyly sometime in the 15th century, and married Cecily, daughter of Sir John Pelham - this must have been the son of the hero of Poitiers: the younger Sir John was an influential figure at the court of Henry IV.

   

We know that William Lunsford was keenly concerned with the fate of his immortal soul. His will, dated 1529 and probated in 1531, specified:  

I will that my executors have, or cause to be said or sung, a trental of masses [that is, a set of thirty masses] for my soul the day of my burying if there may be gotten so many priests, and if there lack of a trental the same day, then to have so many masses as lacketh to be said for my soul before the month-day. Item I will that a trental of masses be said for me at Scala Coeli [a chapel at Westminster, much in demand with seekers of indulgences because it had a special link to the Pope] … Item I will that my executors find and assign a priest to sing or say masses for my soul one whole year incontinent [i.e. immediately] after my decease …

- this must have been one of the last occasions when a chantry was created, just a few years before the Reformation ended masses for the souls of the dead.

 

William Lunsford, of Battle married Cicely, da. of Sir John Pelham, Knt. see Lunsford-004

 

Cicelia Pelham daughter of John Pelham and Joan DeCourcy[1, 37] was born in 1450 in Sussex, England. She died in Lunsford, Suffolk, England.

 

Her ancestry can be traced to Richard (The Fearless), 1st Duke of Normandy.

 

William Lunsford and Cicelia Pelham were married in 1470 in Laughton, Sussex, England. They had the following children:

 

17.    i. William Lunsford[1, 29, 38] was born in 1471 in Sussex, England[39]. He married Margaret Fiennes in 1501 in Arlington, Sussex, England. He died on 03 May 1531 in Sussex, England.

 

ii.  Jane Lunsford[1].

 

iii. Emelyn Lunsford[1].

Generation 17

 

17.       William Lunsford-17 (William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 29, 38] was born in 1471 in Sussex, England[39]. He died on 03 May 1531 in Sussex, England.  

 

William Lunsford of Hotheley, in co. Sussex, Esq married Margaret, da of Sir Thomas Fines, Knt.

See LUNSFORD-004

Buried at East Hoathly. Will dated 10 Dec 1530; proved 03 Sep 1531

 

Margaret Fiennes daughter of Thomas Fiennes and Ann Ursewick[1, 40] was born in 1481 in Arlington, Sussex, England[39]. She died on 26 Sep 1531 in Lunsford, Suffolk, , England.  

 

A descendant of the early kings of England, Margaret Fiennes was married to William Lunsford, Esq., of Lunsford and Wilegh, Sussex, son of William Lunsford and Wilegh, by Cecily daughter of John Pelham, Knt, of Laughton, sussex. They had one son and six daugters. "William Lonsforde, esquire', died testate on 3 May 1531 (P.C,C. 17 Thower, and buried at East Hoathley, Sussex. His widow was living on 26 Sep 1533.

 

Source: Ancestry.com. Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.

Original data: Faris, David. Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1996.  

 

William Lunsford and Margaret Fiennes were married in 1501 in Arlington, Sussex, England. They had the following children:  

i.            Bridget Lunsford[1, 41] was born in 1506 in Hoathley, Sussex, England[29]. She died on 05 Apr 1595. She married Thomas Cox in Sussex, England.

 

18.        ii.   John Lunsford[1, 29, 42] was born about 1510 in Hoathley, Sussex, England[43]. He married Mary Sackville in 1550 in Sussex, England[39]. He died on 28 Nov 1581 in East Hoathly, Sussex, England[39, 43].

 

               iii..Isabel Lunsford[1, 29, 44] was born in 1523 in Hoathley, Sussex, England. She died on 30 May 1570. She married William Roberts in Sussex, England.

 

iv.         Jane Lunsford[1, 29].

 

v.          Mary Lunsford[29].

 

vi.         Ann Lunsford[1, 29].

 

vii.       Margaret Lunsford[1].

Generation 18

 

18.       John Lunsford-18 (William-17, William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2,

 

Ingelramus-1)[1, 29, 42] was born about 1510 in Hoathley, Sussex, England[43]. He died on 28 Nov 1581 in East Hoathly, Sussex, England[39, 43].

 

John LUNSFORD Esquire sources

1    Brydges, Egerton, Collins's Peerage of England (London: T. Bensley, 1812.), 2:106, Family History Library, 942 D22be.

2    Weis, Frederick Lewis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215 (5th ed., Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999.), 17A-13, 88A-15, Los Angeles Public Library, 929.273 W426 1999.

3    Faris, David, Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999. [2nd Edition]), pp. 231-2, Los Angeles Public Library, Gen 974 F228 1999.

 

4    Bannerman, William Bruce, The Visitations of the County of Sussex, Made and Taken in the Years 1530 (London: Harleian Society Publications, 1905.), p. 30, Los Angeles Public Library, Gen 942.005 H284 v.53.

 

5    Richardson, Douglas, Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2004.), pp. 180, 481, Family History Library, 942 D5rd. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hwbradley/aqwc2810.htm

 

John Lunsford, Esq., of Lunsford and Wilegh, son and heir, was born about 1510 (age 12 in 1532). He was married to Mary Sackville, daughter of John Sackville, of Wthyham and Chiddingley, Sussex, by Margaret (descendant of King Edward I), daughter of William Boleyn, Knt. [See Butler 5ii for her ancestry]. They had 2 sons and 2 daughters. The will of "john Lunsford, esquirer", then of Clerkenwell, Middlesex, was dated 19 Oct 1581 and proved 29 Jan 1581/2 (P.C.C., 5 Tirwhite). They were bureid at East Hoathley, Mary on 30 June 1571, John on 28 Nov 1581

 

John Lunsford, of Hotheley married Mary, da. of John sackville, of Sussex see LUNSFORD-004

 

Mary Sackville daughter of John Sackville and Margaret Boleyn[1, 45] was born in 1524 in Chiddingleigh, Sussex, England[39, 43]. She died on 30 Jun 1571 in East Hoathly, Sussex, England[43].  

 

Her ancestors include William the Conqueror.   The Sackville line dates to Herbran de Sackville, born 1008 in Normandy, France.

 

John Lunsford and Mary Sackville were married in 1550 in Sussex, England[39]. They had the following children:

 

19.       i. John Lunsford[29, 46] was born in 1551 in Wilegh, Sussex, England[39, 43]. He died on 05 May 1618 in East Hoathley, Sussex, England[43].

 

ii.           James Lunsford[1, 29].

 

iii. Isabel Lunsford[1, 29]. She married John Randoloph in 1570 in East Hoathley, Sussex, England.

 

31        Mary Lunsford[29].

 

32        Ann Lunsford[1, 29].

Generation 19

 

19.       John Lunsford-19 (John-18, William-17, William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[29, 46] was born in 1551 in Wilegh, Sussex, England[39, 43]. He died on 05 May 1618 in East Hoathley, Sussex, England[43].

 

Sources  

1Weis, Frederick Lewis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215 (5th ed., Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999.), 88A-16, Los Angeles Public Library, 929.273 W426 1999.

2Faris, David, Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999. [2nd Edition]), p. 232, Los Angeles Public Library, Gen 974 F228 1999. 3Bannerman, William Bruce, The Visitations of the County of Sussex, Made and Taken in the Years 1530 (London: Harleian Society Publications, 1905.), p. 30, Los Angeles Public Library, Gen 942.005 H284 v.53.

 

4Richardson, Douglas, Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2004.), p. 481, Family History Library, 942 D5rd. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hwbradley/aqwc3035.htm #74937C1

 

John Lunsford, Knt., of Lunsford and Wilegh,Sheriff of Sussexand Surry, son and heir, was born about 1551 (aged 23 in 1574). He was married for the first time to Barbara Lewknor, daughter of heiress of John Lewknor, Gent., of Buckingham, Sussex. He was married for the 2nd time to Anne Apsley, daughter of John Apsley, of Thaneham. She was baptised at Horsham on 2 Mar 1557. They had 3 sons and 5 daughters. She was buried at East Hoathly on Sep 1612. Sir John Lunsford was buried in East Hoathly on 5 May 1618.

 

Ancestry.com. Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.

Original data: Faris, David. Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1996.

 

Sir John Lunsford, son and heir.   see LUNSFORD-004

 

Anne Apsley daughter of John Apsley[1].

 

John Lunsford and Anne Apsley were married on 02 Sep 1577 in Horsham, Sussex, England[39, 43]. They had the following children:

 

i.            Margaret Lunsford[47] was born on 29 Dec 1596 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[47]. She died on 17 Feb 1624[47].

 

ii.    Herbert Lunsford[1, 47] was born on 05 Feb 1591 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[47].

 

iii.   Cycelia Lunsford[1, 47] was born in 1585 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[47].

iv.

John Lunsford[47] was born on 15 Oct 1583 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[1, 47]. He died on

 

21

Dec 1583[47].

v.

Mary Lunsford[1, 47] was born on 21 Feb 1582 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[47]. She died on

 

12

May 1584[47].

 

Barbara Lewknor daughter of John Lewknor and ?? ??[1, 48] was born in 1555 in Wilegh, Sussex, England[39, 43].

 

John Lunsford and Barbara Lewknor married. They had the following children:

 

20.        i. Thomas Lunsford[49, 50] was born about 1586 in Sussex, England[29, 39]. He married Katherine Fludd on 07 Mar 1602 in Greenwich, Kent, England[39]. He died on 04 Nov 1637 in Greenwich, Kent, England[1].

 

ii.    Moses Lunsford[1, 47] was born in 1578 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[47].

Generation 20

 

20.       Thomas Lunsford-20 (John-19, John-18, William-17, William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3,

Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[49, 50] was born about 1586 in Sussex, England[29, 39]. He died on 04 Nov 1637 in Greenwich, Kent, England[1].  

 

From an article on Sir Thomas Lunsford, lists Sir Thomas Lunsford's parents as:

 

Thomas Lunsford, of Lunsford, Sussex, a gentleman of decayed fortunes, and Katherine Fludd, his wife, whose father was treasurer to Queen Elizabeth.

 

This was taken from the article, Virginia Magizine, Vol. 17 Notes and Queries, I, ix, 373; II, i, 122

 

The Gentleman's Magizine, April, June, July, August Taken from, Portraits of the Founders.

 

By Bolton, Volumes I and II. http://genforum.genealogy.com/lunsford/messages/1323.html

 

 

FATHER, THOMAS (SR)

 

Sir Thomas' father was Thomas Lunsford (Sr.), c1575 - burial Nov. 4 1637 at Greenwich, Kent, UK. He refused to receive knighthood and to attend the ascension of James I, as a fee would have been required of him. He was promptly fined for this refusal.  

 

There was also a Thomas Lunsford (of Hastings), who was a Bailiff on Bourne Stream at Hastings, circa 1607-1629. However, it was not the same man we speak of.

 

Thomas Sr. was imprisoned "in the Fleet" from about 1633 until the time of his death. He was convicted for conspiring with his son, and his half-brother Herbert (an uncle to Sir Thomas, not to be confused with his brother, Sir Herbert), to kill kinsman Sir Thomas Pelham (explained later). According to one source, one of his cell mates was Alexander Leighton, who had been a physician. Leighton diagnosed Thomas Sr. with a kidney stone, and a putrid fever. Leighton noted that the stale air was a danger to his health. Thomas Sr. died in prison, kept there at the urging of Pelham, despite several petitions for his release. Pelham saw to it that Thomas Sr. would not be released by keeping the required security at a high level. Another source says that he was released, with the influence of Pelham, only to die shortly thereafter, but this is not likely the case.

 

Thomas (Sr.) and his wife, Katherine, seem to have resided at Milgate (a home that belonged to Katherine's father in the parish of Bearsted, Kent), until just after Sir Thomas was born (1602/3). It is said that the house in which Sir Thomas was born (Milgate), and the one in which he grew up (Old Whyly), both still stand.  Wilegh in fact does still exist and still displays the Lunsford Arms inside.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lunsford/research/biographies/sirthomasstudy.htm

 

Thomas Lunsford, son and heir, of Wylie, in East Hotheley, co, Sussex, ob 1638, bu. at Greenwich, co. Kent. Married Katherine, da. of Sir Thomas Fludd, of co. Kent, M. D. see LUNSFORD-004

 

Katherine Fludd daughter of Thomas Fludd and Elizabeth Andrews[1, 51] was born on 05 Dec 1579 in Mylgate, Kent, England. She died on 19 May 1642 in Sussex, England.

 

MOTHER, KATHERINE

 

Sir Thomas' mother was Katherine Fludd, c1582 - burial May 19, 1642. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Fludd (Treasurer/Minister of War to the Queen) and Elizabeth Andrews. She was the sister of Robert Fludd, famed Rosicrucian (which is a term for the follower of a mystical set of beliefs). I have received at least one indication that Katherine may not have been the daughter of Sir Thomas Fludd, at all -- based on the Arms quartered with the Lunsford Arms. However, it is generally accepted that she was.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lunsford/research/biographies/sirthomasstudy.htm

 

Thomas Lunsford and Katherine Fludd were married on 07 Mar 1602 in Greenwich, Kent, England[39]. They had the following children:

 

21.       i. Thomas Lunsford[1, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56] was born in 1610 in Wiliegh Hall, Sussex, England[52, 53, 54]. He married Mary Ann Hudson in 1633 in Peckham, Surrey, England. He died in 1653 in Richneck, James City, Virginia, United States.

 

ii. Herbert Lunsford[1, 57] was born in 1610 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[57]. He married Margaret Engham about 1650 in Goodnestone, Kent, England[58]. He died in 1667[39, 57].   
He married Margaret Engham about 1650 in Goodnestone, , Kent, England[58].
 

 

BROTHER, SIR HERBERT

Sir Herbert, c1610 - after 1664, married a Margaretta Engham and they had two daughters (Frances and Margaret) and a son (Thomas). The son is not believed to have survived, nor left issue. Sir Herbert served abroad in mainland Europe, then in the Royal Army (where he was a Colonel) and then again in the French Service, where he was commanding three regiments as late as 1658. In 1664, he was still around, as he updated the Lunsford pedigree in the College of Arms. He obtained the governorship of Monmouth, from Sir Thomas, around July of 1645. He also held the governorship of Orgueil Castle. It is said that there exists a portrait of Sir Herbert, handed down through the Lomax family. If I ever obtain a copy, I will present it. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lunsford/research/biographies/sirthomasstudy.htm  

 

iii.         Henry Lunsford[1] was born on 29 Sep 1611 in , Devon, , England[57]. He died on 25 Jul 1643 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England[57].  

 

Sir Henry Lunsford

Sir Thomas and Herbert also had a third brother, Sir Henry Lunsford, christened Sep. 29, 1611 - killed July 25, 1643. He was an officer of "...great sobriety, wisdom and courage..." He was killed in battle, leading a charge to capture Bristol. He may have married, but left no known issue. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lunsford/research/biographies/sirthom asstudy.htm

 

iv.         William Lunsford[57] was born in 1607 in , Devon, , England[57]. He died on 17 Nov 1610[57].

 

BROTHER, WILLIAM

 

The lesser known of the Lunsford brothers was William Lunsford, christened Nov. 6, 1608 - burial May 17, 1628 at East Hoathly, UK. He may have married Mary Wiley of Ticehurst (left no known issue). http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lunsford/research/biographies/sirthom asstudy.htm

 

v.       Lisle Lunsford[1].

 

vi.      Ann Lunsford[1] was born in 1609 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[57]. She married Capt. Thomas Cooper.

 

vii.    Sarah Lunsford[1] was born in 1615 in Wilegh, Sussex, , England[57].

Generation 21

 

21.       Thomas Lunsford-21 (Thomas-20, John-19, John-18, William-17, William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4,

John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[1, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56] was born in 1610 in Wiliegh Hall, Sussex, England[52, 53, 54]. He died in 1653 in Richneck, James City, Virginia, United States.

 

Virginia Biographical Encyclopedia Name: Sir Thomas Lunsford  

Son of Thomas Lunsford, of Wilegh, Sussex, England, was born about 1610. Though but little is known of his life in Virginia, and his only memorial there is a stone, his name was once a familiar one in every hamlet in England, and was the object of the most intense hatred and fear to a large part of the English people. He was, according to Clarendon, of a very old family, but of small fortune and without much education. His youth was wild and he was imprisoned and fined £9,000, for outrages of a violent kind. He made his escape into France, however, and a sentence of outlawry was pronounced against him in England. Upon his return to England, he was pardoned by the King and a large part of his fine remitted. In the following year, 1640, he was given a command against the Scots and distinguished himself at Newburn in spite of the English defeat. The King, who seems to have regarded him with favor from the start, now rewarded him by appointing him lieutenant of the Tower, an act which at once caused the most intense excitement all over the country. It was at the time when the struggle between the King and commons was rapidly drawing to a crises, and every royal act was scrutinized with hostile eyes. The placing of a man, whose youth had been anything but exemplary, was seized upon by the excited popular imagination and exaggerated beyond the bounds of reason. He was accused of every crime of oppression, of plotting against the people's and was even believed to be a cannibal who ate children. That Lunsford's sympathies were entirely royalist, that he was a resolute and dangerous enemy of the parliament in the civil wars, was later abundantly proven, and it seems quite possible that he was even violent towards those who opposed him; but the popular belief was undoubtedly quite without foundation, and merely one of those extravagances which the heated feelings of such a time give rise to. Lunsford took an active part in the wars which shook England, and was unusually successful in the field. He was thrice captured and twice released, though on each occasion he resolutely declared his allegiance to the King. The manner of his regaining his freedom for the third time is not known, but he was at liberty before June 29, 1648, for there is a letter of that date from him to the Prince of Wales. After the execution of the King, Lunsford, like so many of his fellow cavaliers, sought refuge in Virginia, which held out for the royal cause, and on Aug. 7, 1649, he received a pass for himself and family to the new home across the water. In Col. Norwood's account of his own voyage to Virginia, he relates finding at Capt. Wormley's, several friends and brother officers who, a short time before, had come from England. They were Cols. Philip Honeywood, Mainwaring Hammond, Sir Henry Chicheley and Sir Thomas Lunsford. In Oct., 1650, he received a patent for 3423 acres of land on the Rappahannock river. When Virginia was threatened with an invasion by the parliamentary forces from England, Gov. Berkeley did not overlook so distinguished a soldier as Lunsford, who accordingly appears in a list of councillors present on Nov. 6, 1651, as Sir Thomas Lunsford, lieutenant-general. He of course retired from the council on the colony's surrender to parliament. His death must have occurred about 1653, as there is, in that year, an order among the English records, appointing a guardian for his three daughters. By his third wife, whom he married in Virginia, he had a daughter Catherine, who married Hon. Ralph Wormeley, Esq., secretary of state, and from this marriage Sir Thomas has many descendants in Virginia.

 

Ancestry.com. Virginia Biographical Encyclopedia [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.

 

Original data: Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography. Richmond, VA, USA: n.p., 1915. also see Colonial Couselors of State p115 Encyclopedia of Virginia Biographies Vol I

 

SIR THOMAS LUNSFORD, called in the records of the Land Office, in Richmond, "Sr Tho Luntsford Kt and Barronett," although the patent was never passed, was born abour 1610, the son of Thomas Lunsford, of Lunsford, Sussex, a gentleman of "decayed" fortures, and Katherine Fludd, his wife, whose father was treasurer to Queen Elizabeth.

 

Lunsford was married, first to Anne Hudson, of Peckham, Surrey; second, to Katherine Neville, of "Billingbear," Berkshire, who bore him three daughters; and third, to Elizabeth, widow of Richard Kempe, and perhaps a Ludwell, since Philip Ludwell in 1727 erected a memorial to Thomas Ludwell, Richard Kempe, and Sir Thomas Lunsford, who were buried at Williamsburg.

 

Lunsford had by her a daughter Katherine, who married Ralph Wormeley. Elizabeth, Lady Lunsford, married Major General Robert Smith and was living in 1658. Sir Thomas was buried in 1653, in the peaceful graveyard at Williamsburg; but still lives in "Hudibras," where to be "as bad as Bloodybones of Lunsford" was to be bad indeed.

 

It would be a piety to compress the story of his wild career into a single page. On coming of age, Lunsford was fined heavily for killing a deer on Sir Thomas Pelham's estate. In August, 1633, he murderously assaulted Pelham, was sent to Newgate, and contrived to escape to France, where three years later he raised a regiment in the French service. Having been outlawed in England, and then forgiven by the King, he returned to enter the army.

 

His appointment as lieutenant of the Tower, in 1641, aroused bitter opposition; he was called an outlaw, absentee from church, and ruined and desperate character, subsisting in part on the flesh of young children. When moved, he had to content himself with knighthood and a free fight in Westminister Hall. Then followed, in bewildering succession, high military rank, prison, governorship of castles, and imprisonment again, because of his loyalty to the Stuarts, ending in 1649, with a pass to take his family to that haven of knightly gentlemen-Virginia.

 

He had red hair and a lame leg, the former indicative of his temperament, and the latter a by product of his career. Lunsford appears to have been an effective speaker. When accused of treason, in 1642, he said:

 

"I stand here before you a prisoner accused of high treason, and liberty is offered me, 'tis true; but like merchants, you value it at such a rate, that my fidelity, and all that is due to a noble minde, must be the price to purchase it. If I refuse what you propound, racks, torture, losse of goods, lands, and perhaps life itselfe threatened.

 

Hard choyse, yet I must choose; it is in my power to be a freeman, but how, if I will be a slave? I have already given my faith unto my prince, upon whose head this crowne, by all law of nature and nations doth justly appertane. Shall I falsifie that faith?

 

Heaven forbid....

 

"For my part I am in your power, and know not how this speech will be taken; howsoever you dispose of me, I will never staine mine ancestors, nor leave the title of traytor upon my posterity, but will end with the saying of that worthy gentleman M.H.--you may, when you please, take my head from my shoulders, but not my heart from my Soveraigne."

 

The oft-quoted truth that the evil that men do lives after them, accounts for the survival of this stanza:

 

"From Fielding and from Vavasour, Both ill affected men;  

From Lunsford eke deliver us, That eateth up children."

 

Virginia Magazine, Vol. 17. Notes and Queries, I, ix, 373; II, i, 122.

The Gentleman's Magazine, April, June, July, August, 1836.

Taken from: Portraits of the Founders.

 

By Bolton Volumes I and II.

http://genforum.genealogy.com/lunsford/messages/1322.html

 

I assume the connections from John Jr. to Sir Thomas based simply on probabilities. To the best of my knowledge Sir Thomas was the first Lunsford to arrive in VA (1650) and I recall that as stated in The Albion Seed by Dr David Hackett Fischer of Brandeis Univ. - the migration began slowly in 1640 and increased thereafter. The offspring of Sir Thomas is not documented as well as his son William. Sir Thomas was married several time, as you can see herein, but identifying his offspring is skimpy. It is well documented that a William Lunsford, age 11 or 12 accompanied Sir Thomas. It is not stated explicitly that William is the son of Sir Thomas but reasonable logic would say that he is. The Children from William on to John II is reasonably well documented and based on geometric progession it is reasonable to assume that Sir Thomas is the ancestor of John Jr. and thus Elisha.

 

Here's a brief description of the royalist/cavalier migration. The migration to what later was called the plantation states also called the slave states (because of the importation of both white and black slaves) began when Royalists/Cavaliers began to migrate in 1640. This migration of the Royalists/Cavaliers were the lessor sons and occurred because these lessor sons received none of the inheritance of their fathers due to Progenitor wherein the eldest son received all of his fathers inheritance. The King then offered these lessor sons large land holdings if they would migrate to one of the plantation states. The reason for the Kings generosity was simply to populate the area with English and prevent the French and Spanish from gaining control. The crop at this time was tobacco and raising tobacco was land and labor intensive. The royalists then asked the King to send criminals as so called indentured servants as opposed to the expense of incarcerating them. Legitimate convicts were quickly depleted and then young people (even small children) were arrested for as little as stealing a handkerchief (I got this from a book in the Sons of the Revolution Library in Glendale CA) Later, the English Land Barons began raisingsheep as their product and they then drove their serfs to the cities. There was no employment in the cities and thus grinding poverty. Many of these povery stricken people volunteered to be indentured servants. In fact there were more indentured servants/white slaves in the 17th and first half of the 18th century than black. The reason for more whites than black was at least partly due to economics. The whites cost the boat fare of 15 to 25 dollars whereas the negro slaves cost 300 to 400 dollars.

 

[Record Book 4, pages 260-261, Northumberland County, Virginia]

 

/Sir Thomas Lunsford/ * Among the cavaliers who came to Virginia in 1649 was Sir Thomas Lunsford,

knight baronet. He was knighted December 28, 1641, and made lieutenant of the Tower of London.

 

On the 27th of December, while walking through Westminster Hall with twenty or thirty of his friends, and meeting a band of appretices, he and his companions drew their swords and wounded twenty or thirty of them and denounced them as "Roundheads" because of their fashion to cut the hair round. He married, it seems, three times. His second wife was Catherine, daughter of Sir Henry Neville, of County Berks, and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Smith, of County Kent. By her he had a daughter, Elizabeth, born in 1642, who in 1667 married Daniel Norton of County Berks, Philippa, who died young, and Maria, born in the Tower of London, who in 1665 married Thomas Collier, a brewer of Shoe Lane, London. (Neill's Virginia Carolonum, p. 381.) There was a William Lunsford, Esq., probably a son, mentioned in the land grant given him on his arrival in Virginia.* * This grant, dated Oct. 24, 1650, was for 3,423 acres "lying upon a Bay on the south side of Rappahannock river." The consideration was his transportation of sixty-five persons, who are named in the records as fallows:* * S^r Thomas Lunsford Kn^t Bar^t ., the Lady Lunsford, Mrs. Elizabeth Lunsford, Mrs. Philippa Lunsford, Mrs. Mary Lunsford, Wm. Lunsford Esq^rs , M^r Foster, M^r Henry Benskin, M^r Bird, M^r Cook, M^r Warren, M^r Cartwright, M^r David Phillips, M^r Wm Caldwell, M^rs Peirce, M^rs Ann Bradley, M^r Thomas Marshall, James Randall, Robert Beard, Edmond Roberts, William Bush, Valentine Harvey, Thomas Aldridge, Thomas Davis, Francis Roberts, Richard Millard, Richd Greene, Isabella Maidhone, John Butcher, John Beech, Nicholas Menlgo, John Madley, Nicho. Church, Antho: Griffith, Wm Fletcher, Richard Holdrich, Cassanamjius Smith, John Williams, George Weeden, Edmond Hawkes, John Bradbury, Thomas Menloe, Thomas Hodskins, William Velley, Tho. Maidstone, Yarmer Jones, Mrs. Jones, Jones his child, Jones his child, Robert Hallowes, W^m Griffeth, W^m Copeland, James Wheafsby, Old Buck, Wm Harphy, Christopher Godwon, Eliz^a Scotchwoman, Martha, Isaac Cavalier, Gregory, Dandall, our called Indian, Penelope Harris, M^rs Maidstones child.* * A pedigree of the Lunsfords in the British Museum mentions that Lunsford "sould all and went into Virginia, where he married his third wife." He was made by Sir William Berkeley lieutenant-general of the Colony and a member of the Council. (QUARTERLY, IV., p. 202.) He died before 1656, as in that year the Dame Elizabeth Lunsford appears in the Lancaster records as transacting business in her own name. She was the widow first of Richard Kempe, Esq., secretary of state, and after Lunsford's death, married Major-General Robert Smith, of Middlesex county.* *"I Thomas Stegge do hereby acknowledge that I have receaved of the Lady Lunsford Twoe Thousand pounds of Tobaccoe & Caske w^ch is in full of all Accompts between M^r John Calvert & M^r Richard Kempe, as witness my hand this first of December 1656. "Recorded 7 ^o Jan A^o 1656 Thomas Stegge."* * Sir Thomas Lunsford was buried near /Greenspring/, the residence of Sir William Beckeley, and there was a monument there to the joint memories of Thomas Ludwell, Esq., secretary of state, Richard Kempe, his predecessor in the secretary's office, and Sir Thomas Lunsford. This tombstone is now in the churchyard at Williamsburg, whither it was carried some years ago. The Lady Lunsford, who survived him, was his Virginia and third wife. In the Lancaster county records occurs a deed, dated April 28, 1656, from Dame Elizabeth Lunsford to her loving friend Richard Lee, for fifty acres on Rappahannock river, "being part of a dividend assigned me by Sam'l Abbot." She had one daughter, Catherine, so called by reason of the custom of our ancestors of naming the eldest child after the death wife. In the records of the General Court appears this entry some years latter:* *12th of October 1670.-- Governor Sir Henry Chicheley, Tho. Ludwell, Secr, Edw^d Diggs, Majo^r Gen^ll Smith, Theo. Bland, Coll Swann, Lt Coll Parke, Coll Brown, Coll Jennings, Tho. Ballard. * * * *

 

Whereas Sir Thomas Lunsford Knt Barront decd was by pattent possessd of a tract of land conteyning about three or foure thousand acres of Land lying in the freshes of Rapp river commonly called portobacco and whereas at this Court M^rs Katherine Lunsford one of the Daughters of the said S^r Thomas petitions this cort that she might be permitted to seat such p^t of the said land in her owne right as this court should thinke fitt to allow The Cort doth thereupon ord^r that she doe seat and possesse herselfe of some pt of the said land that may not prjudice the Indians now liveing upon pt of the said land And whereas there are three daught^rs in England by a form^r venture who hath not made any claime to the said land It is ord^rd that if they doe not make their clayme to the sd land according to Act, that then the said Katherine to have hold possesse and enjoy the same to her and her heirs forever and the petition of the said Katherine ordrd to be recorded.* * Madam Katherine married, first, Peter Jennings, attorney-general, and, second, about 1652, Hon. Ralph Wormely, Esq., secretary of state, and her death in 1685 is thus recorded in the parish register of Middlesex county:*

 

* The Honorable Lady Madam Katherine Wormeley wife of the Honable Ralph Wormeley Esqr

 

Departed this Life 17th of May 1685 & was buried in the Chancell of the Great Church between ye Hon [Sir Henry] Chicheley & * ** * She had issue, by Wormely, two daughters, (1) Elizabeth, who married Mr. John Lomax, son of Rev. John Lomax and Catherine Gray his wife, (2) Catherine, who married Gawin Corbin, but left no issue.* * "Mr. John Lomax & M^rs Elizabeth Wormley were Married June ^ye 1st 1703" (/Middlesex Register/).* * There is of records in Essex county a deed, dated April 8, 1707, from Gawin Corbin, releasing his right to "John Lomax of the county of Essex, in the Colony of Virginia, gentleman, and to Elizabeth Lomax, his wife, late Elizabeth Wormeley, daughter of Ralph Wormeley, Esq., deceased," in an island of 500 acres included within the land called Portabago formerly granted to Sir Thomas Lunsford, knight and baronet, on October 24, 1650. The deed recites that Gawin Corbin and John Lomax and Elizabeth his wife "have actual possession of said land," and that Gawin Corbin "has a life interest in a moiety of the same, after whose death the reversion thereof is the proper inheritance of the said John Lomax and Elizabeth his wife, late Elizabeth Wormeley, in fee simple." Issue of John Lomax and Elizabeth Wormeley: Lunsford, born Nov. 5, 1705; Catherine, born Oct. 5, 1707; Susanna, John, Frances. Lunsford Lomax married Mary Edwards, daughter of William Edwards,* of Williamsburg, June 14, 1729. The ceremony was performed by Rev. James Blair at Mr. Ludwell's (/Greenspring/). Thus, through the Lomax family and its intermarriages, Sir Thomas Lunsford has numerous descendants in Virginia, among whom may be mentioned Lunsford Lomax Lewis, Ex-President of the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia. (See /Virginia Magazine/, Vol. I., and /Lomax Family/.)* *

________________________________________________________________________

*William Edwards resided more often in Surry where his ancestors had long been seated.* *[Article from  The William and Mary Quarterly/, Ser. 1, Vol. 8, No. 3 (Jan., 1900), pages 183-186.]* http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~edfrye/pafn27.htm

 

Mary Ann Hudson daughter of ?? Hudson and ?? ??[59] was born in 1614 in Peckham, Surrey, England[39]. She died on 28 Nov 1638 in East Hoathly, Sussex, England.

 

Thomas Lunsford and Mary Ann Hudson were married in 1633 in Peckham, Surrey, England. They had the following child:

 

  1. i. William Lunsford[60] was born in 1638 in Framfield, Sussex, England. He died in 1663 in Northumberland Co, VA.  Other records indicate a son who died in infancy.

 

Katherine Neville[62] was born in 1610 in Waltham St Lawrence, Berkshire, , England[39]. She died in 1649 in Greensprings, Williamstown, Virginia, United States.

 

Thomas Lunsford and Katherine Neville were married on 01 Jun 1640 in Billingbear, Berkshire, England. They had the following children:

 

i.     Mary Lunsford[1, 63] was born in 1636.

 

ii.    Phillipa Lunsford[1, 64] was born in 1637 in Framfield, Sussex, England. She died in 1643.

 

iii.   Elizabeth Lunsford[1, 65] was born on 24 Aug 1642 in Framfield, Sussex, England[65].

 

Elizabeth ??[61] was born in 1631 in Rosegill, Middlesex, Virginia, United States[39]. She died in 1698 in Middlesex, Virginia, United States.  

 

She was the widow of Richard Kemp who was deputy governor of Virginia 1644-1645. "He made a will in 1649, and his widow Elizabeth (whose maiden name is not known) married (secondly) Sir Thomas Lunsford, and after his death, (thirdly) Major-General Robert Smith.

 

Colonial Presidents and Governors p 47 Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Vol I (Ancestry)

 

Thomas Lunsford and Elizabeth ?? were married in 1649 in Virginia, United States. They had the following child:

 

i.     Catherine Lunsford was born about 1652[39].

Generation 22

 

22.       William Lunsford-22 (Thomas-21, Thomas-20, John-19, John-18, William-17, William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[60] was born in 1638 in Framfield, Sussex, England. He died in 1663 in Northumberland Co, VA. 

 

In a book by the Coppedge Family, it states, based on their research:

 

"Tradition has it that William Lunsford, who arrived in Va. with Sir Thomas, Lady Lunsford, in 1650 lived to marry a Miss Blackwell in Northumberland. The land patent of 24 Oct. 1650 reads: "Sr. Thomas Luntsord Knt., The Lady Luntsford, Mrs. Elizabeth Luntsford, Mrs. Philippa Luntsford, Mrs. Mary Luntsford, Wm. Luntsford, Esqr., Mr. Foster, Mr. Buffin ..." 65 in all. From the position of William Esq., he must have been younger than his sisters, perhaps born on the voyage and not in London Tower like Mary; to have the designation Esqr. he must have been the eldest son living of a knight, as we clearly see, and what is more important, he must have been the son of Sir Thomas's English wife, Katherine Nevill of Billingbere, Berk s, dau. of Sir Henry Nevill and descended from the Killigrews, Smiths, Greshams and the Lords Abergavenny, not to mention the House of York, Pedro of Castile, Boleyn, Mortimer, Portugal, Chiche, Pierleoni, and Chichele ."

 

From: Tim Lunceford

 

These are excerpts from an Email dated 7-18-98 sent to onelist by Lance Bretsnyder.

Re: THE ORPHAN WILLIAM LUNSFORD

 

In regards to Robert Treweek, from Sporacio's Stafford County Will Bo ok H we find this: att pp. 77-78:

 

Know all men .. We ROBERT TRAWEEK, JOHN PAYTON & SNODALE HORTON are bound unto worshipfull Justices of Stafford County sum of 100 pounds Sterling .. this 14th March 1732. The condition of obligation .. if above bound Robert Traweek Guardian of WILLIAM LUNSFORD shall truly pay unto the said Orphan all Estate due as soon as said Orphan shall attain to Lawfull age or when required by Justices & also keep harmless said Justices from all trouble about the Estate then this obligation to be void or else be in full force ..

 

Presence Wm. Henry Terrett Robert (marklike an R) Traweek John Payton Snodale (mark S)Horton

 

Father: Thomas LUNSFORD b: Abt 1610 in Framfield, Sussex, England  

Mother: Ann HUDSON b: Abt 1614 in Echham, Surrey, England

Marriage 1 Unk BLACKWELL

Children

 

John LUNSFORD b: 1675 in Northumberland, VA

Samuel LUNDSFORD b: ABT. 1669 in Northumberland County, VA

Charles LUNDSFORD b: ABT. 1673 in Northumberland County, VA

 

Children of William Lunsford and Susannah  Blackwell are:  

i. Samuel Lunsford, born Abt. 1669 in of Wicomico, Northumberland County, VA; died 1718; married Rebecca; born Abt. 1673.  

More About Samuel Lunsford:

Alternate Lineage: See other Samuel, b. 1669

Witness: 03 Dec 1709, Deed of Jno Champion, Northumberland County, VA

ii.        John* Lunsford I, born Abt. 1669 in probably Wicomico, Northumberland County, VA; died Abt. 1731 in Northumberland County, VA; married (1) Elizabeth Kenner; married (2) Elizabeth Swanson Abt. 1698 in Northumberland County, VA.  

iii.      William Lunsford II, born Abt. 1671 in of Wilegh, Sussex, England; died 17 Sep 1735 in of Wicomico, Northumberland County, VA.

iv.      Charles Lunsford, born Abt. 1673 in of Wicomico, Northumberland County, VA; died Abt. 1740; married Judith.

v.       John Lunsford, born Abt. 1675 in Northumberland County, VA; died 1731; married Elizabeth Kenner; born Abt. 1679.

vi. Moses Lunsford, Sr, born Abt. 1683 in Northumberland County, VA; died Bef. 14 Mar 1731/32 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, VA; married Rachel?.

 

Notes for Moses Lunsford, Sr:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/y/e/Ron-C-Myers/GENE31-0093.html

 

Susanna Blackwell[74] was born in 1636 in Northumberland Co, VA. She died in Span, Johnson, Georgia, United States.

 

William Lunsford and Susanna Blackwell had the following children:

 

23.       i. John Lunsford[68, 69, 70, 71] was born in 1675 in Northumberland Co, VA[68, 69, 70]. He married Elizabeth Swanson in 1695[72]. He died in 1730 in Northumberland Co, VA[69].

 

ii.  Moses Lunsford was born in 1683 in Northumberland Co, VA. He married Rachel about 1716. He died in 1732 in Stafford Co, VA.  

 

Posted By: Sue Harris Email:

Subject: Moses Lunsford d 1732 Stafford Co., VA Post Date: January 28, 1998 at 15:51:29

Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/lunsford/messages/21.html

Forum: Lunsford Family Genealogy Forum

Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/lunsford/

Moses Lunsford d before 14 March 1732, Stafford Co., VA. Children: William; Rachel m Charles Harding ca 1736; Moses, Jr. m Rachel Miller 1742 Northumberland. Who were wife & parents of Moses? Need info about sons William & Moses, Jr.

 

Posted By: Lynwood Lunsford Email:  

Subject: Re: Moses Lunsford d 1732 Stafford Co., VA Post Date: August 08, 2000 at 07:22:46

Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/lunsford/messages/775.htm

Forum: Lunsford Family Genealogy Forum

Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/lunsford/

If Moses was the brother of John Lunsford whose father was William Lunsford, whose father was Sir Thomas and whose mother was Anne Hudson, then his mother’s maiden name was Griffin.  

 

EMAIL TO RCM FROM CONNIE [CALLEN440@AOL.COM] OF 12 JAN 2002

Hi! I have Moses Lunsford, wife unknown as the father of William, Rachel (Harding), and Moses, Jr. This Moses, Sr., was born c1683 in Northumberland Co., Va. According to Northumberland Co., Va Will Book--Jan. 173 9: Moses Lunsford to be awarded his part of the estate of John Lunsfor d, dec'd. Admin. George Mills. Charles Harding and Moses Lunsford acquired land in Prince William Co., Va. c1760s. I assume this is Moses, Jr., buying land with his brother in law. Moses, Jr., and Rachel Harding were both born c1720 and married c1740. Charles and Rachel (Lunsford) Harding had son Moses Harding. I think your Moses was the grandson of John Lunsford and sister of my Rachel Lunsford Harding. Do you have any info on John? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Connie http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/y/e/Ron-C-Myers/GENE31-0093.html

 

Anne Howson[73] was born in 1630.

 

William Lunsford and Anne Howson married. They had no children.  

Generation 23

 

23.       John Lunsford-23 (William-22, Thomas-21, Thomas-20, John-19, John-18, William-17, William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9, John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[68, 69, 70, 71] was born in 1675 in Northumberland Co, VA[68, 69, 70]. He died in 1730 in Northumberland Co, VA[69].  

 

John LUNSFORD was born between 1663 and 1692 in Northumberland Co, Virginia. He died between 1684 and 1771 in Northumberland Co, Virginia. He was a Planter. Another source (Fred Lager falger@@erinet.com) has John married to Elizabeth Swanson b: ABT 1675

 

Note the name of the first born child, Swanson Parents: **William LUNSFORD and ** Unknown GRIFFIN.

 

Spouse: Catherine NEALE.

Catherine NEALE and John LUNSFORD were married between 1684 and 1726 in Northumberland Co, Virginia.

Children were: Swanson LUNSFORD, John LUNSFORD, Hannah LUNSFORD, Lucinda Lucy LUNDSFORD, Covia LUNSFORD, Rodham LUNSFORD, Moses LUNSFORD.

http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b1174.htm#P98013

 

Elizabeth Swanson[72, 75] was born in 1675 in Northumberland Co, VA[72]. She died in 1735 in Northumberland Co, VA.

 

John Lunsford and Elizabeth Swanson were married in 1695[72]. They had the following children:

 

i. Swanson Lunsford[76, 77, 78, 79] was born in 1699 in Northumberland Co, VA[76, 77, 78]. He married Elizabeth Barrett in 1725 in Location, Northern Cape, South Africa. He died in 1758 in Northumberland Co, VA[77]. 

 

Swanson LUNSFORD was born in 1699 in Northumberland Co, Virginia. He died in Northumberland Co, Virginia.

Parents: John LUNSFORD and Catherine NEALE.  http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b1174.htm#P98013

 

Will of Swanson Lunsford

 

In the name of God Amen I Swanson Lunsford of the County of Northumberland being sick & weak in body but of Sound & perfect memory thanks be to god for it I do make & ordain this my Last will & testmt. in manner Following first I bequeath my Soul to God who gave it me my body to the Earth its Original in hopes of their Joyfull Meeting at the resurrection of the Just through the meditation Intercepsion & merits of my Compleet redeemer Jesus Christ, and I do think it proper Settle my worldly goods & Estate which God hath Pleased to give me in the manner following Item I leave unto my beloved wife all my whole Estate Enduring her Lifetime to bring up my Children Nancy Lunsford John Lunsford Eliza. Lunsford & Edwin Lunsford till they come to the age of twenty years Item I give & bequeath unto my son Isaac Lunsford my dwelling Plantation & all my Lands to him & his heirs & assigns forever Item I give & bequeath unto my son Jesse Lunsford one negro fellow named Peter to him & his heirs & assigns forever Item I give & bequeath unto my daughter Nancy Lunsford one negro Girle named Nell to her her heirs & assigns forever Item I give &b equeath unto my son John Lunsford one negro Girle named Ester to him his heirs & assigns forever Item I give & bequeath unto my son Thos. Lunceford one negro wench named Cate to him his heirs & assigns forever Item I give & bequeath unto my son Edwin Lunceford & Eliza. Lunceford one negro Boy named Spencer to them their heirs & assigns forever my will is that if Either of them should died without heir that the other Shall have the whole Item I give and bequeath unto my son Swan Lunsford ____ pd. ten Shillings Currt. money to be raised out of my Personal Estate to him & his heirs & assigns forever & that he Shall have no more of my Estate Item I give & bequeath unto my daughter Susanna James fourteen pounds Currt. money with what I have already Given her to be raised out of my personal Estate to her her heirs & assigns forever & mo more of my Estate Item my desire is that the rest of my Estate may be Equally divided among the rest of my Children that is not Cutt off I do appoint my beloved wife & Cozen William Barrett to be Executors of this my Last Will & Testamt. as Witness hereunto I set my hand & Seal this Eight day of April 1758.

 

Swanson Lunceford Witnesses: John Barrett

 

George Phillips

 

At a Court held for Northumberland County the 10th day of July 1758 This Last will & Testmt. of Swanson Lunceford decd. was this day presented in Court by Elizabeth Lunceford & William Barrett the Exors. therein named who made oath thereto according to Law & the same being proved by the Oaths of John Barrett & George Phillips Witnesses thereto was admitted to record & on the motion of the sd. Exors. a Certificate is granted them for Obtaining a probat thereof in due form.

[Record Book 4, pages 260-261, Northumberland County, Virginia] http://files.usgwarchives.org/va/northumberland/wills/lwl00001.txt  

 

ii.  Hannah Lunsford[80, 81] was born in 1705 in Northumberland Co, VA[80]. She died in 1793.  

 

Hannah LUNSFORD was born in 1705 in Northumberland Co, Virginia. She died in Northumberland Co, Virginia. She has reference number 14400.

Parents: John LUNSFORD and Catherine NEALE. http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b1174.htm#P98013

 

24.       iii. Lucy Sarah Lunsford[82, 83, 84, 85] was born in 1708 in Northumberland Co, VA[82, 83, 84, 86]. She married Charles Coppedge in 1735 in Northumberland Co, VA. She died in 1740 in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, Virginia, United States.  

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about Lucy Lunsford  

Name: Lucy Lunsford

Gender: female

Spouse Name: Charles Coppedge

Spouse

Birth Place: VA

Spouse Birth Year: 1687

Marriage State: of VA

Number Pages: 4

 

Lucinda Lucy LUNDSFORD1190 was born in 1707 in Northumberland Co, Virginia. She died between 1740 and 1802 in Wicomico, Northumberland Co, Virginia. She has reference number 3244.

 

Note: Considerable controversy exists regarding whether or not this Lucy Lunsford is the daughter of John Lunsford or a different Lucy.  

 

Exerpt from Coppage Coppedge Cronicle II pg 15:

 

"the wife of Charles Sr. predeceased him and her first name is not known with certainty; she was clearly a Lunsford, perhaps the Sarah Copedge who appears in Northumberland records in 1735, but she could not have died in that year."

 

"We are making her out as Lucy Lunsford (dau. Sheriff John Lunsford, son of William son of Sir Thomas, pictured supraalong with King Charles's friends)." Parents: John LUNSFORD and Catherine NEALE.

 

Spouse: Charles COPPEDGE. Lucinda Lucy LUNDSFORD and Charles COPPEDGE were married in 1726 in Northcumberland,Virginia. Children were: Charles COPPAGE, Mary COPPAGE, Lucy COPPAGE, Moses Aaron COPPAGE, Isaac COPPAGE, Lazarus COPPAGE, James COPPAGE, William COPPAGE, Charles COPPAGE.

http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b1174.htm#P98013

 

iv.      John Lunsford[87] was born in 1712. He died on 13 Dec 1775.

 

v.       Rodham Sr Lunsford[88, 89, 90, 91] was born in 1715 in Lancaster, Virginia, United States[89, 90]. He married Lettice Lynton on 26 Feb 1774 in Lancaster, Virginia, United States[89, 92]. He died on 11 Apr 1791 in Lancaster, Virginia, United States.  

 

Rodham LUNSFORD was born in 1716 in Northumberland Co, Virginia. He died in Northumberland Co, Virginia. He has reference number 14402. Marriage 1 Lettice Lynton Married: 1734

 

Note: Haas Family File: Gary Haas; 11 June 2003 - gmh57@@comcast.net suggests that Rodham and lettice may have married as late as 1774 (?)

 

Children

Lettice Lunsford

Birth: ABT 1734

 

Death: AFT 1781 2 Reference Number: 971.0

Note: Some time should be spent in determining whether or not Lettice might be the daughter, or a relative of Swanson Lunsford who died in Apr 1758 and his wife Elizabeth Barret who had a daughter Susanna (b. 1733) who married John Peyton on 28 MAR 1758 in Overwharton Parish, (old) Stafford Co., VA. Another possible relative (grandfather ?) might be John Lunsford and his wife Elizabeth Swanson of Northumberland Co., VA. Father: Rodham Lunsford b: BET 1717 AND 1718 in Northumberland Co., VA.

Mother: Lettice Lynton

Marriage 1 William Simpson b: ABT 1737 in Stafford Co., VA. Married: 18 JAN 1756 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., VA. 3 4 Children

 

Sarah Simpson b: 25 JUN 1758 in Stafford Co., VA.

Elizabeth Lee Simpson b: 1767 in Fauquier Co. or Fairfax Co., VA. George Simpson b: BET 1769 AND 1776

 

Rodham Simpson b: ABT 1774

Mildred Simpson b: 26 SEP 1781 in VA. Parents: John LUNSFORD and Catherine NEALE.

 

http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b1174.htm#P98013

 

vi.   Moses Lunsford[93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99] was born in 1718 in Northumberland Co, VA[93, 94, 95, 100].

 

He married Rachel Miller on 10 Mar 1742 in Northumberland Co, VA[101]. He died in 1790 in Paris, Fauquier, Virginia, United States[96].

 

MOSES LUNSFORD

Birth: 1718  , Northumberland, Virginia

Death: 1790

Parents: 

Father: JOHN LUNSFORD Family                                                 

Mother: ELIZABETH SWANSON                                                 

LDS-IGI Source Information:  Batch Number: 5001193 Sheet: 29 Source Call No.: 1396459

 

p.64 January 1739-40 Northumberland Co., VA.

Lunsford, Moses-To be awarded his part of the estate of John Lunsford, dec'd. in the hands of George Mills, administrator, p.118

 

Marriage License Reocrds of Northumberland Co, VA from 1735 to 1795 as recorded in Clerk's fee books

Moses Lunsford and Rachel Miller   March 10, 1742

http://www.jstor.org/pss/4244922

 

Married Well and Often:marriages of the Northern Neck of Va, 1649-1800

Lunsford, Moses & Hughlett, Mary bet 5 Jan 1746/7-16 Jan 1762 bride was dau ofYarret t(d NC 1750)& Sarah (Winter) Hughett of SSP (NC RB 1:42 RB 5:521,586

 

Northumberland County, Virginia

Moses Lunsford, together with Samuel Blackwell, witnessed Will of Charles Coppedge of Wiccomoco Parish, dated May 13, 1750 and proved August 1 3, 1750. Sons named: William Coppedge, Charles Coppedge, Moses Coppedge, Isaac Coppedge, Lazarous Coppedge, James Coppedge. Daughters: Mary Pritchard, Lucy Coppedge. Brother, James Coppedge. Executors: sons, William and Charles Coppedge. Record Book 1, page 58, Northumberland County, Virginia.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~vadinwid/lunsford/records/lunsfrd.htm

 

13 May 1751 Moses Lunsford entered himself security for apprenticeship of James hill to Robt Palmer Northumberland Co, VA Appreticeships 1750-1782

 

Virginia Census, 1607-1890 about Moses Lunceford

Name: Moses Lunceford State: VA

County: Northumberland County

Township: Rental Rolls

Year: 1758

Record Type: Rent Role

Database: VA Early Census Index

Source Information:

Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.

 

Virginia Census, 1607-1890  about Moses Lunceford

Name: Moses Lunceford

State: VA

County: Northumberland County

Township: Rental Rolls

Year: 1760

Record Type: Rent Role

Database: VA Early Census Index

Source Information:

Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.

 

Deed, Mayes to Lunsford 1762 Northumberland County Deed Book 6, Page 197

This Indenture made the 10 Day of December in the Third Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third by the grace of God of great Britain France and Ireland Kind Defender of the faith &c. And in the year of our Lord 1762, Between Henry Mayes of Wicoco: Parish and Northumberland County & Colony of Virginia of the one part, And Moses Lunsford of the same Parish, County and Colony of the other part.

http://www.npgcable.com/~sdulac/LMayesHenry1762.htm

 

Marriage Bonds in Lancaster County

19 Feb 1762  Moses Lunsford & Ann Payne. Sec. George Payne

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 2 (Oct., 1903), pp. 96-103. Married in Lancaster Co which is adjacent to Northumberland Co.

 

From "The Paynes of Virginia" p489-499

7. Ann (d of George Payne b abt 1695 in Ra Co m Frances Edmonds 13 OCt 1729 in Lancaster Co, VA) b. in Lc. co. third child; m. Moses Lunsford of Nb Co. 19 Feb 1762 in Lc. Co.

 

LUNSFORD

Moses and Rodham Lunsford were sons of john, who d. in Nb. Co @ 1739. Their sister m. John sutton. There were probably other brothers and sisters.

 

Moses was b. @ 1718 in Nb. Co: he m(I) Rachel Miller 1734-4 in Nb Co.; M (II) Ann Payne D-V-7) 19 Feb 1762 in Lc. Co., at which time she was about 28; m (III) Elizabeth. There were children by his m(I) and m(II), but none by his m(III). Just which children were by his m(II) I cannot determine. He lived 1741 in P.W. Co. and St. Co., and returned to St. Stephenn's Par., Nb. Co., before his m(I). 1770 he and w. ann executed a joint deed. 1779 he bought land in Lc. Co. from John Payhe (I2). 1780 he was guardinan of Richard H. Payne (VII-27) of Wiccocomoco Par. Nb. Co. Moses Lunsford's will, dated 1790, names w. Elizabeth and Children (I) deceased son moses, Whose 6 minor children are named... (2) Rodham, who heirs in Lc. Co. (3) Richard, who receives testator's home-place. (4) Betty, widow of John Gibbons. (5) Wilmouth Coppage. (6) Hannah Nelms. (7) Catherine. (8) Frances.

 

Division of Estate of George Payne, dated February 16, 1775, and recorded April 17, 1777. To Geo. Payne's son, Richd. Housin Payne. James Brent, son & heir of Susanna Payne, John Payne, William Payne's son, George Paynes, Catharine Payne, Richard Payne, Frances Stephens, Moses Lunsford, Benjamin Waddy. Will Book 20, page 107, Lancaster County, Virginia. Inventory of Estate of George Payne by Benj. George, Edny Tapscott and John Sullivant. Will Book 20, page 181, Lancaster County, Virginia. (George Payne was Moses Lunsford's father-in-law.)

 

Virginia Census, 1607-1890 about Moses Lunsford

Name: Moses Lunsford

State: VA

County: Northumberland County

Township: 04 26

Year: 1782

Record Type: Continental Census

Page: 37

Database: VA Early Census Index

Lower District of Wiccomico Parish,  List of John Heath  4 whites, 26 blacks

Source Information:

Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. Virginia Census, 1607-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.

 

Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 about Elizabeth [Mrs] Davis

Groom Name: Moses Lunsford

Bride Name: Elizabeth [Mrs] Davis (widow)

Marriage Date: 14 Apr 1783

County: Northumberland State: Virginia

Source Information: Ancestry.com. Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999. Original data: Dodd, Jordan R., et al.. Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850. Bountiful, UT, USA: Precision Indexing Publishers.

 

Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790. : records of the state enumerations, 1782 to 1790

http://files.usgwarchives.org/va/northumberland/wills/lwl00001.txt

 

Will of Moses Lunsford

In the name of God amen I Moses Lunsford of the County of Northumberland in the parish of Wiccocomoco being weak of body but of perfect sense & memory thanks be to God for the same do make this my last Will & Testament in manner & form following VIZ Imprimis I give my soul to God who first gave it me & my body to the earth in sure & certain hopes of a resurrection to eternal Life Item I give the use of my tract of Land and plantation which I purchased from John Cooke to my loving wife Elizabeth to work her slaves on for her support and for no other use or purpose during her single life and after her death or marriage I give the said Land to my Grand son Sterling Lunsford to him and his heirs forever provided he relinquishes all his right and Interest to his fathers Land which he purchased of Richard H. Payne also I give the use of my sorrel Horse and one good feather Bed & furniture to my loving wife Elizabeth during her single life

 

Item I give those Slaves which I formerly lent to my son Moses who now is deceased and their Increase to wit Daniel Minea Eleanor Milly Hannah and Alse and their future Increase to be equally divided amongst my said son Moses's Children to wit, William Augusten Sterling Seth Judeth and Moses and that they be possessed each with their parts as they severally arrive to the age of twenty one years or day of their Marriage and until then it is my will and desire that the said Slaves be kept together for the support of my said sons widow, If she remains a Widow and the aforesaid children nevertheless there shall be reserved out of the aforesaid Slaves at the division of them as aforesaid a Childs part for the use of the said Widow during her single life

 

Item it is my Will and desire that my negro woman Lucy which I formerly lent to my said son Moses be sold & the Cash arising thereby be applied towards the payment of my said sons debts and those other Slaves which I formerly lent to my said son Moses to wit Moses and Judd I give them to the ___

that my said son did apply them it being my consent that that is to say towards purchasing a Tract of Land from Richard H. Payne and all the moveable estate which I did possess him with I relinquish all claim to,

 

Item I give unto my son John all the Land which I purchased from William James, Moses Sutten and Thomas Robb and appurtenances also those slaves which I have already possessed him with that is to say Spencer, Harry Moses N__ Clarke Hannah &c with their increase to him and his heirs forever Item I give & bequeath unto my son Rhodam all my Lands in Lancaster County which I purchased from John Payne and appurtenances and all those slaves which I have possessed him with to wit; Peter Abraham Nathan and Jane and her increase and all the moveable Estate which I have possessed him with to him and his heirs forever.

 

Item I give and bequeath unto my son Richard my Land and appurtenances whereon I now do live and also my slaves to wit (men) Spencer and Roger & Girl Lida and my boy Moses to him and his heirs forever

 

Item I give & bequeath unto James Talley my Negro man Jesse and my negro Girl Esther and her Increase when he arrives to the age of twenty one years or after without lawful issue of his body my will and desire is that the said slaves with Esthers Increase be equally divided amongst the whole of my Children as aforesaid and those herein and after mentioned to them and their heirs forever Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Betty Gibbons all those slaves which I have already possessed her with to wit Tom Chloe Milly and Polly and their increase (Polly I replaced in lieu of Charity who was formerly lent Charity having bed qualities &c thought it would be more advantageous to my said daughter that she should be sold) and also the moveable estate which I have already possessed her with and is now considered do part of the Estate of John Gibbons dec. to her and her heirs forever Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Wilmouth Copedge all those slaves which I have possessed her with to wit, George Ned, Joshua and Winny and the moveable estate which I have already delivered her to her and her heirs forever Item I give bequeath unto my daughter Hannah Helms all those slaves which I have already delivered her to wit Solomon Abb and Rachael and their increase and also the moveable estate which I have delivered to her and her heirs forever

 

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Caty my slaves to wit Daniel, Ephraim and Dorcas and my bay horse Colt to her and her heirs forever

 

Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Frances my negro man slave Isaac, (boy) Kit and Girl Mima and my black Cole to her and her heirs forever

 

Item I give and bequeath all the remainder of my Slaves not already Given to be equally divided among my three Children namely Richard Caty and Frances to them and their heirs forever

Item I give all my moveable Estate not already given to be equally divided among my four Children namely John Richard Betty and Frances after my debts being first paid to them and their heirs forever Item it is my will and desire that my Executors hereafter mentioned have full power to Act as Trustees to James Tally and that they be possessed with the Slaves and their Increase given to the said James when he arrives to the age of twenty one years on the Conditions aforesaid on behalf of the said James and that the Annual profits of said Slaves be applied so much as are Conveniently wanting to the better support and Learning of the said James and the residue if any be reserved for his use when he comes to the age of twenty one years

 

Item I do appoint my friends Mr. Hopkins Harding and Mr. Henry Cundiff whole and sole Executors of this my last will and Testament lastly I do revoke all other Wills by me made & acknowledge this to be my last Will and Testament

 

In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 15th day of February 1790.

 

Moses Lunsford

Sign'd seal'd published and declared by the within named Moses Lunsford to be his last will & Testament in presence of

Moseley Nutt

David Palmer

Daniel Mosby (or Mosley)

 

At a Court held for Northumberland County on monday the 11th of October 1790. This last Will and Testament of Moses Lunsford deceased was proved by the Oaths of Moseley Nutt, David Palmer and Daniel Mosby (Mosley) the Witnesses thereto & ordered to be Recorded and on the motion of Henry Cundiff one of the Executors named in the said Will Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probat thereof in due form he having taken the oath of an Exor. And together with Moseley Nutt Isaac Basye & Moses Sutten his Securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of two thousand pounds Conditioned as the Law directs Liberty being reserved to the other Exor. named in the said Will to join in the probat thereof when he shall think fit.

[Record Book 14, page 380, Northumberland County, Virginia]

 

Rachel Miller[126] was born in 1720.

 

WILLIAM GILL of Northumberland Co., deed 11 Feb. 1742-3. "Rachel Miller of Cherry Point, Parish of St. Stephen's, County of Northumberland, spinster, of the one part, and Willm Gill of Cherry Point, par. and co. aforesaid, planter, of the other part . . . for 5 sh. sterling, to her the said Rachel by the said Willm Gill in hand paid, the receipt whereof she the said Rachel hereby grants . . . unto the said Willm Gill, all and singular . . . right and title the said Rachel now hath ... to a certain traa situated in Cherry Point in aforesaid parish . . . whereon the said Willm Gill now liveth, containing 124 acres, formerly granted by patent to Henry Rock, bearing date 13 Oa. 1661, and by his son John Rock deeded to Thomas Miller, dec'd, grandfather to Rachel Miller." Other deeds from Rachel Miller to William Gill.

 

("Gill : Abstracts from Records in Southern States and Genealogical Notes " by Eva Turner Clark, 1939. Submitted by K. Torp)

 

WILLIAM GILL and Winifred, his wife, to Moses Lunsford and Rachel, his wife, part of tract of land granted 13 Oct. 1661 to Henry Rock, adjoining Mr. William Kenner's pasture, 12 Aug. 1745. Wit: Lindsey Opie, James Garner, Travers Tarpley. Land lies on Cherry Point where William Gill and his wife now live. Winifred Gill was formerly the wife of Thomas Miller the younger, grandson of Thomas Miller who purchased the tract from John Rock, son of Henry Rock, original grantee. Rachel Lunsford, the Rachel Miller of the preceding deed, was a granddaughter of Thomas Miller. She married Moses Lunsford, 10 Mar. 1742.

 

("Gill : Abstracts from Records in Southern States and Genealogical Notes " by Eva Turner Clark, 1939. Submitted by K. Torp) http://genealogytrails.com/vir/northumberland/misc_land_gillfamily.html

 

Moses Lunsford and Rachel Miller were married on 10 Mar 1742 in Northumberland Co, VA[101].

 

Elizabeth Kenner[102] was born on 19 Mar 1683 in St Stephens, Northumberland, Virginia, United States. She died on 16 Mar 1715 in Northumberland Co, VA.

 

John Lunsford and Elizabeth Kenner married. They had no children.

Generation 24

 

24.       Lucy Sarah Lunsford-24 (John-23, William-22, Thomas-21, Thomas-20, John-19, John-18, William-17, William-16, William-15, John-14, John-13, John-12, William-11, Symon-10, Simon-9,

John-8, Hugo-7, Lorenzo-6, Reginald-5, David-4, John-3, Aelricus-2, Ingelramus-1)[82, 83, 84, 85] was born in 1708 in Northumberland Co, VA[82, 83, 84, 86]. She died in 1740 in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland, Virginia, United States.

 

Lucinda Lucy LUNDSFORD1190 was born in 1707 in Northumberland Co, Virginia. She died between 1740 and 1802 in Wicomico, Northumberland Co, Virginia.

Charles Coppedge son of William Coppedge and Anne Knight[104, 105] was born in 1687 in Wicomico, Northumberland Co, VA[104, 106]. He died on 13 May 1750 in Wicomico, Northumberland Co, VA.

 

Charles Coppedge and Lucy Sarah Lunsford were married in 1735 in Northumberland Co, VA.

 

 

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66         Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006), www.ancestry.com, Database online. Record for Herbert LUNSFORD.

67         Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006), www.ancestry.com, Database online. Record for Frances Lunsford.

68         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Birth date: 1675Birth place: Northumberland, VA, USA.  

69         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Individual Records (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Birth year: 1675; Birth city: Northumberland County; Birth state: VA. Birth date: 1675Birth place: Northumberland County, VADeath date: 1730Death place: Northumberland County, VAMarriage date: 1695Marriage place:.  

70         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 305.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1675Birth place: VAMarriage date: 1695Marriage place:.  

71         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-56227907.

72         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 305.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1675Birth place: Marriage date: 1695Marriage place:.  

73         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-40182852.

74         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-40182837.

75         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-56227904.

76         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Birth date: 1699Birth place: Northumberland, VA, USA.

 

77         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Individual Records (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Birth year: 1699; Birth city: Northumberland; Birth state: VA. Birth date: 1699Birth place: Northumberland, VADeath date: 1758Death place: Northumberland County, VA.

 

78         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 1104.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: ROH. Birth date: 1699Birth place: VA.

 

79         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-53740120.

 

80         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 2599.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1704Birth place: VA.

 

81         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-53740103.

82         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Individual Records (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Birth year: 1708; Birth city: Northumberland County; Birth state: VA. Birth date: 1708Birth place: Northumberland County, VA.

 

83         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Birth date: 1708Birth place: Northumberland, VA, USA.

 

84         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 2598.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1708Birth place: VA.

 

85         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-37539502.

86         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004), www.ancestry.com, Database online. Source number: 2598.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Record for Lucy Lunsford.

 

87         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-53740068.

88         Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp., Virginia Census, 1607-1890 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999.Original data - Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.Or), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Residence date: 1779Residence place: Lancaster County, VA.

 

89         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 2602.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1715Birth place: Marriage date: 1774Marriage place:.

 

90         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Birth date: 1715Birth place: VA, USA.

 

91         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-53740058.

 

92         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

 

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 2602.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1715Birth place: Marriage date: 1774Marriage place:.

 

93         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 2597.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1718Birth place: VAMarriage date: 1741Marriage place:.

 

94         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 2600.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1718Birth place: VAMarriage date: 1760Marriage place:.

 

95         Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 2601.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JCF. Birth date: 1718Birth place: VAMarriage date: 1783Marriage place:.

 

96         Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Deaths (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Death date: 1790Death place:.

 

97         Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-59012239.

98         LUNSFORD-001, The Paynes of Virginia.

 

99         LUNSFORD-002 The Paynes of Virginia.

 

100      Marriage License Records of Northumberland Co, NC, http://www.jstor.org/pss/4244943.

 

101      Northumberland Marriage Records.

 

102      Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-53740034.

103      Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=54067194.

104      Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was deriv), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Source number: 7140.003; Source type: Pedigree chart; Number of Pages: 4; Submitter Code:. Birth date: 1687Birth place: VAMarriage date: Marriage place: of VA.

 

105      Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Ancestry Family Trees. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=12932457&pid=-58920816.

106      Ancestry.com, The Coppage-Coppedge family : 1542-1955 (Online publication - Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.Original data - Manahan, John E.. The Coppage-Coppedge family : 1542-1955. Radford, Va.: Commonwealth Press, 1955.Original data: Manahan, John E.. The Coppage-Coppedge family : 1542-1955.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com.

  

See The Coppage Family Line