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James Thelaball
(Abt 1608-1693)

 

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Elizabeth Mason

James Thelaball

  • Born: Abt 1608, France
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Mason in 1637 in Virginia
  • Died: Sep 15, 1693, Lynhaven, Princess Anne, Virginia about age 85
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Rootsweb:
ID: I865
Name: James THELABALL
Surname: THELABALL
Given Name: James
Sex: M
Birth: 1625 in Of Lynhaven, Princess Anne, VA.
Death: 15 Sep 1693 in Will Prob., Lynhaven, Princess Anne, VA.
Ancestral File #: HSG8-1V
_UID: E006F6083EEAD4119AD400500402998AD80B 1
Change Date: 14 Jan 2001 at 02:00:00

Marriage 1 Elizabeth MASON b: 1610 in Elizabeth City, Norfolk, Virginia
Married: 1637 in , , Virginia
Children
Lemuel THELABALL b: 1640 in <, , Virginia>
Margaret THELABALL b: 1640 in , Lower Norfolk, VA.
James THELABALL b: 1644 in , Lower Norfolk Co, VA
Francis THELABALL b: 1646 in Norfolk Co., Virginia
Elizabeth THELABALL b: 1648 in <, Lower Norfolk Co, VA>
Mary THELABALL b: ABT 1650 in , Lower Norfolk Co, VA
Francis THELABALL b: 1687 in <, Lower Norfolk Co, VA>
Lemuel THELABALL b: 1689 in <Of, Norfolk, Virginia>
James THELABALL b: 1691 in <Of, Norfolk, Virginia>
Margaret THELABALL b: ABT 1693 in Of, Norfolk, Virginia
Elisabeth THELABALL b: 1695 in <Of, Norfolk, Virginia>
Mary THELABALL b: 1697 in <Of, Norfolk, Virginia>

Marriage 2 Elizabeth MASON b: ABT 1628 in Lower Norfolk Co , Virginia
Married: ABT 1650 in Norfolk Co., Virginia

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Repository:
Name: Family History Library
Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
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ID: I3385
Name: James Thelaball
Sex: M 1
Birth: in France
Death: 15 SEP 1693 in Princess Anne, VA.
LDS Baptism: 22 SEP 1989 PROVO
Endowment: 29 SEP 1989 PROVO
Ancestral File #: HSG8-1V
Note:
Note: Will probated at Lynhaven, Princess Anne, VA
From Abstract of Norfolk County Wills, p. 145:
"James Thilaball of Eliz. River parish in the County of Lower Norfolk, Gent.
Book 5 f. 208
dated 3 Aprill 1692
proved 15 Sep 1693, by Coll. Lemuell Mason & Mr. Thomas Mason.
. . . well stricken in yeares . . .
. . . buried in Christian manor . . .
. . . unto my loving Son ffranncis Thelaball One hundred Acres of land, more or less, lying neare the plantation, formerly belonging to Wm. Doughan Decd, which Sd. Land I formerly designed to give unto my Son Lemuel Now Decd., and Now the above Said ffrancis and his heires forever . . . one Negro woman . . . one Negro boy . . . a high bed steed & a feather bed . . . with Green Curtains & Dallians, wth Silk fring and a Greene Woosted Rugg . . . a Hamaker . . . another feather bed and boulster which Comonly Lyeth on the Trundle bed steed wth a White Rugg and long table wth fforne to itt & a Joyners Cubbard & a Chaire of Joyners Worke . . . a great Copper kettle & two pott Racks . . . One
Iron Spitt, and Smale pr. of Andjrons, & a paire of Helleards and a paire of Brass Skales wth fower pnds of brass weights & a Silver porringer & two Silver Spoons mark I T E & three pewter Dishes & a pewter bason, the aforesd goods bequeathed to my Said Sonn ffrancis are not to bee Delivered him, until after the Decease of my wife Elizabeth without her Consent and likeing.
I give & bequeath unto my loving Son James Thelaball a Negro girle . . . one feather bed and boulster, and a paire of Sheets, wch Comonly Lyeth in the Shedd at the End of the Dwelling house, & a blew Woosted Rugg, & a flock bedd, On e Silver Salt cellar, two Silver spoons marked I T E & On e brass Morter & Pestle & one peuter flaggon, & one Copper Still & One large Chest wth a double Locke & One toole Chest and all the tooles therein, & One pr. of great Andjrons & One Iron Spitt & One Anvill . . . Not to bee Delivered , untill after the Decease of my Wife Elizabeth, wthout her Consent and likeing . . .
Unto my loving Daughter Margaret Langley three Silver spoons, and One Silver wrought wine Cupp, & One Small Copper kettle & one Smale pewter Still, and a brass warming pann . . .
. . . unto my Loving Daughter Elizabeth Langeley, one Negro girle . . .three Silver Spoons & One Smooth Silver wine Cupp & one Smale Copper kettle . . .
. . . unto my loving Daughter Mary Chichester, One Silver beere bole, One Silver Dram Cupp, One Smale Silver Spoone, One Couch with feather bed and pillow in it & a Rugg . . .
. . . unto my loving cosen Wm. Porten all my ffrench books . . .
. . .my Said wife Elizabeth my whole & sole Executor . . .
witnesses: Lemuel Mason
Thomas Mason
Mary Mason
James Thelaball & Seale.
From "The Ivy Family 1635 - 1984 in Virginia, Georgia, and Mississippi, by Robert Adams Ivy. Found at DAR Library, Washington, DC.: : James Thelaball, Frenchman and Hugenot, was born in France and was in Virginia as early as 1637. He imported Alex Massie in that year. He was spoken of at the time as "a rich and prominent French emigrant." He imported 19 persons in 1651. His naturalization papers were taken out and recorded in the courthouse in Portsmouth, Virignia. His old plantation is now the site of Norfolk City Park. He was church warden of Lower Norfolk County in 1659 and 1660.


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James married Elizabeth Mason, daughter of Francis Mason and Alice Gayney, in 1637 in Virginia. (Elizabeth Mason was born about 1610 in Elizabeth City, Norfolk, Virginia and died before Sep 5, 1693 in Norfolk County, Virginia.)



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