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Alice Lee (unknown)

Nicknames: "Alice Felton Lee"
Birthdate:
Death: Died in Northumberland, Virginia
Place of Burial: Ditchley Plantation, Northumberland, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Wife of Thomas Felton and William Constable Lee
Mother of Mary Heath; Richard Henry Lee, Sr; William Lee, of Richmond; Richard Henry Sr. Lee and John C. Lee

Occupation: Housewife
Managed by: Private User
Last Updated:

About Alice Lee (unknown)

Alice died about 1703 in St Stephen Parsh, King And Queen Co, Virginia.

She married

  1. Thomas Felton. He was dead before Jan 5 1657 (1)
  2. William Lee before 1660 in Northumberland, Virginia "Alice widow of Thomas Felton now the wife of William Lea"

Children of William Lee and wife Alice Felton:

  • Richard Lee was born about 1677 in Surry, County, , Va. He was christened in King And Queen Co., Va. He died in King And Queen Co., Va. Richard Lee was born about 1684 in Surry, County, , Va. He was christened in King And Queen, Va. He died on 10 Dec 1726 in N. Farnham, Parish, Richmond Co. Va..
  • John Lee was born in 1677. He was christened in Va. He died on 5 Oct 1731 in Surry, King And Queen, Va.
  • Mary Lee was born in 1672 in Richmond, Westmoreland, Va, Area. She died in 1731.
  • William Lee was born in 1682. He died on 4 Dec 1717.

Sources

  1. Surry County Records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684 By Eliza Timberlake Davis

Links

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Surry County Records (Surry County, Virginia 1652-1684) , by Eliza Timberlake. Davis, Genealogical Publishing CO., Inc. Baltimore 1980; page 36

Surry Book I, 1652-1672, page 161

(NOTE: this page very beautifully decorated at left corner top, and down left side in basketry, done with pen and ink, the script also very beautiful .)

10 Nov. 1660

Indenture between Wm. Lea & his wife Alice, and Wm. Heath, planter, of Southwarke Par., Surry Co., for a parcel of land, 150 acres, formerly Thos. Felton's deceased... called Upper Chippoakes in the woods adj. the land which was John Harrye's unto the plantation formerly Robert Moseley's adj. a great swamp which divides Surry Co. and Charles Cittye County, which land was given by sd Thos. Felton in last will & test. to his wife Alice who is now the wife of sd William Lea. Memo. 150 acres lies in Charles Cittye County, adjoining the rest of the divident, which lies in Surry County.

Wit: Robert Spencer, John Gittings

Source: Leenet

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Having already started to do so, I did find online (so take with caution) a bit of HEATH genealogy. HEATH has now appeared twice in connection to William Lee/Lea and Alice/Mary Felton so I wanted to check it out. First, the indenture of land in 1660 from William and Alice Lee (widow of Thomas Felton) provides for the land to be transfered to a William Heath. Then, Hugh mentioned that the LEE family legally went after a Mary Heath when William Lee (Mrs Felton's husband) left his estate to her.

Could William Heath and Mary Heath have been connected? Likely. A Thomas Heath born 1665 Northumberland Co, VA married a Mary Lee, who may be the daughter of William Lee and Alice Felton Lee. Source: Leenet

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Controversy regarding William Lee ? Married with Children that became Southern Georgia Branch or died unmarried & without children

According th the Lee Family Digital Archive" " William (born c. 1651–c. 1697), who died without marrying. William, to whom his father willed his Maryland lands, served as a family business agent in Virginia as well as a justice and a captain in the militia. Like his father, he was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses. William caused some excitement when he left his entire estate to a young widow, Mary Heath, who after entering into the inheritance remarried, to one Bartholomew Schreever. William Lee’s estate returned to the family after Richard the Scholar convinced the Virginia courts that the Immigrant’s will had limited his legacies to William for the term of his life only.Family Digital Archive, "

According to "Decendants of John Lee" - In 1988 William Thorndale (National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 76-4, pp253-267) established "beyond question" the parentage of the emigrant COL Richard Lee and his subsequent off-spring, which indicates that William C. Lee, son of Richard & Anne Constable Lee, was married ( spouse not identified) and had a daughter Mary Lee [see below**]. This fits with research that I have found which shows that William C. Lee married Alice Felton between 1672 & 1675. From this marriage came 8 children- one of whom is my ancestor Richard Lee 1677-1726. In some family histories there appears to be another child Micheal Lee born in 1747 however this would be after William's death in 1696 and Alice Felton's death in 1703 [Historical record of marriage exists] so this is questionable. From the Wikipedia page "Academic dictionaries & encylopedias: Richard Lee I is found:"#Capt. William Lee (1651-1696), married Alice Felton in 1675 and fathered four children by her." From my resarch using Ancestry.com resources, the children of William C. Lee are: Mary 1672-1731, Richard 1677 - 1726, John 1677-1731, William I 1682-1717. Jean Jane Lee 1682, Olivia 1682, Sarah 1688, Nancy 1690 do not appear to have survivied infancy. Michael 1747 (?). Research to continue.

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Alice Felton Lee's Timeline

1637
1637
1675
1675
Age 38
Northumberland, Virginia, United States
1676
1676
Age 39
Richmond, Westmoreland Cty., VA
1677
1677
Age 40
Surry, Virginia, USA
1677
Age 40
Surry County, Virginia
1679
1679
Age 42
Northampton County, Virginia, Colonial America
1682
1682
Age 45
King and Queen, Virginia
1703
September 1703
Age 66
Northumberland, Virginia
September 1703
Age 66
Northumberland, Virginia, United States
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