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About Ann Lee

Lineage for Anne Lee dau. Richard I and Anne Constable:

Ancestors of Anne Lee

Generation No. 1

1. Anne Lee1, born 1653 in twins, , Virginia, Colony; died 1701 in Westmoreland, Virginia, USA1. She was the daughter of 2. Richard Lee Colonel and 3. Anne Constable. She married (1) Thomas Youell. He was born Abt. 1650 in of, Virginia, Colony.

Notes for Anne Lee: June 1673 Release of estate of father, "Anne Youdell wife of Thomas Youdell daughter of Richard Deceased, late of Stratford-Langton".

More About Anne Lee: Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

More About Thomas Youell: Christening: returned to England Record Change: 06 Nov 2005

Generation No. 2

2. Richard Lee Colonel, born 22 Mar 1618 in Nordley Regis, Coton Hall, England; died 01 Mar 1664 in Virginia, Northumberland, Co, Va. He was the son of John Lee or Lyes Clothier and Jane HANCOCK. He married 3. Anne Constable 1641 in Jamestown, Virginia, USA1. 3. Anne Constable1,2, born 1615 in London, England3; died 06 Oct 1706 in Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Co, Va. She was the daughter of Francis Constable and Alice Owen.

Notes for Richard Lee Colonel: deposition May 1641 Norfolk Co gives age as 32, hence born 1608/9

Depositoin London 1654 Admiralty Court. Richard Lee Gentleman age 34 or thereabouts deposes of things seen on York River in Virgina the prior January. (pub 1984) hence born 1618

Coton Hall lies on main road between Shrewsbury and Brostol. Along that road going south you find Coton Hall, then Worcester, then Twining. Starting from the south, Twining in Worcestershire is about 12 miles north of Worcester, and it is another 20 miles from Worcester to Coton Hall.

Richard baptized 22 march 1617/1618 ST Martin's Worcester England

Will says"of Virginia, late of Stratford-Langton in the County of Essex" this was part of the Abby of Stratford-Langthorne founded 1135 disbanded 1539 and Westsham Mannor or Parish was divided into four parts one of which was Stratford-Langton, or one ward of the parish/mannor.

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Subj:Re: Lee Date:11/6/2005 9:08:33 AM Central Standard Time From: dnca2@earthlink.net Reply-to: dnca2@earthlink.net To: Jhlawr@wmconnect.com (Jhlawr@wmconnect.com)

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New Research on the Wraysbury Deeds by Alan Nicholls. In 1999 I gave a presentation to the Lee Society of Virginia at their AGM concerning the English ancestry of Colonel Richard Lee, the founder of the Virginia Lee family. This presentation was placed on my webpage on 24th May 1999. In that presentation I included evidence that Colonel Richard Lee had signed a series of three indentures relating to a purchase by John Lee of Coton of a property at Wraysbury in Buckinghamshire, England in 1652. Colonel Richard's signature on these deeds had been used by all previous researchers, with other evidence, to show a direct connection between the Lee family of Virginia and the Coton Lee family of Alveley, Shropshire. However since the 1999 presentation my research has revealed evidence using only original contemporary documents that these indentures were in fact signed by Richard Lee, fishmonger, son of Lancelot Lee of Coton. This Richard was the apprentice of John Lee, fishmonger, citizen of London and gentleman. I have shown previously that this John Lee (1600-1682), son of Thomas Lee of Coton (1560-1620) was mistakenly identified as a saddler by all earlier researchers. As I reported in the 1999 presentation the signatures on the Wraysbury deeds seemed to match extremely well with those few other original signatures of Colonel Richard Lee that I had found. He signed himself Rich: Lee in all cases and I found these signatures the most persuasive evidence to authenticate his claim to a Coton ancestry. However this new evidence has overturned those conclusions. The new research is detailed below. The research undertaken since the 1999 presentation has not found the English ancestor of Colonel Richard Lee but it is challenging the fundamental assumptions made by earlier researchers. I am continuing to follow my lines of research and hopefully will carry it through to a successful conclusion. I will post articles on my webpage as I complete each phase of the research. As with all research of this nature there are gains and losses but I view each reversal with a positive attitude that will propel me forward with new knowledge to more gains and, hopefully, less losses.

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Jim, I have not done English research on Richard and Henry Lee of York. They were obviously related, probably brothers. Since Richard was born c. 1619, and appears to have been the older, it would appear that Henry was born c. 1620. Since his first child was b. 1645, this fits well. There were several Richard Lees and several Henry Lees on the early emigration records. To my knowledge, no one has proven whence they came or which county they settled in. The first problem in research is that there is no proof that Richard Lee of York was the same person as Col. Richard. The research that has been done has been aimed at the origin of Col. Richard Lee. Two of the most recognized articles are: Article by Wm. Thorndale, National Genealogical Society Qtrly, Dec 1988 Article by Ludwell Lee Montague, Va. Magazine, Jan. 1954. The descendants of Col. Richard have not enthusiastically accepted any of the research done. One of them has recently engaged an English researcher, Alan Nicholls. Nicholls has a web page which you can Google up. Hope this helps. Will send another message on the Henry Lee descendants. Cary Adams

  • **************my replyThis one got settled very well William and Mary Quarterly about 25 yrs ago sorry exact ref not in hand -it took some doing by the way very good work.. but they found Col. Richard baptized 22 march 1617/1618 ST Martin's Worcester England, d 1 MArch 1664 Northumberland Co Va but will probate London andhis papa was John /Lee or Lyes/ Clothier b 1588 of, Nordley Regis, Coton Hall, Salop, England burried 23 Feb 1629/1630 St Martin parish, Worcestershire, Englandwife Jane Hancock (hence all the Hancocks in his line).Grandfather Col Richard was RIchard Lee 1564-1621 md Elizabeth BentleyGGfather John Lee 1528 - will 14 May 1605 will proven, Shropshire, Englandburried Chesham, Buckinghamshire, , England wife Joyce or Jocota /ROMNEY/ b abt 1533 died 4 Dec 1609 Alveley Parish, Shropshire, England (burr same place)and finally GGG was Humphrey 1506 wife Katherine /Blount/ and this is the common link to Henry of York.They were cousins to be precise Henry Jr 1627 was 3rd cousin to Col Richard.Jim Lawler
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More About Richard Lee Colonel: Burial: Jan 1665, will probate, London, , England Christening: 1640, to, Va, from, Straford-Langston, Co Essex, England Record Change: 29 Jun 2005

Notes for Anne Constable: ca 1240

Ward, Francis, Wyatt Govenor, Virginia

More About Anne Constable: Christening: 21 Feb 1622, St. Gregory by St. Paul, London Record Change: 06 Nov 2005 Children of Richard Colonel and Anne Constable are: i. John Lee3, born 1642 in , , Virginia, Colony; died 1673 in not married, no children, Virginia, Colony.

More About John Lee: Christening: returned to England Record Change: 06 Jun 1999

ii. Francis Lee, born 1648 in , , Virginia, Colony; died 1714 in London, , , England; married Tamak or Tamar; born Abt. 1650 in of, Virginia, Colony; died 1694 in removed, to, London, England.

Notes for Francis Lee: Subj:Alice Felton Date:10/23/2006 4:19:29 PM Central Daylight Time From: dalell@earthlink.net (Eleanor Prieskorn) To: Corvid1@msn.com ('Marilyn Hutton'), Jhlawr@wmconnect.com st1\:*{behavior:url(#default#ieooui) } <!--

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More About Francis Lee: Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

More About Tamak or Tamar: Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

iii. William Lee3,3, born Abt. 1650 in Charles City, Co, Virginia, Colony; died Abt. 1696 in 1696/1703 estate suit, King and Queen, Va; married Alice Mrs FELTON; born Abt. 1644 in of, Richmond, Co, Va; died Abt. 1703 in St Stephen Parsh, King and Queen, Co, Va.

Notes for William Lee: 3. William Lee b. 1678 or 1682, Northampton, Northumberland Co, VA

    m. Dorothy Taylor, ca 1703, Westmoreland Co, VA d/o Thomas Taylor & Elizabeth Harwood b. 1681, Surry,
    King and Queen Co, VA
    Information on Dorothy Taylor comes from "Log Cabins to White House" by Brewer. 13 Apr 1745

Dorothy was witness to will of Henry Williams in Richmond Co.,VA. signed as Dorothy Croucher. Dorothy and her brother Thomas were administrators of her husband William Lee's estate. She was left wearing apparel in her mother's will. "Dorothy to have my Coyas" d. 1717, Richmond Co, VA (Source: Amelia Co. Order Book 7, p. 226, Letters of Administration of Estate of William Lee to Dorothy Lee, relict of William Lee on 12/4/1717.).

Documentation from "Log Cabins to White House" by Brewer. On page 275 "On 19 Jan 1668 William and wife Alice acknowledged debt of 250 acres of land to William Heath. On 5 Sep 1668 William and wife Alice sold their plantation to Thomas Adams (Surry Co. records p.54).

From "Log Cabin" book on p.276 it gives William Lee( who married Dorothy Taylor) as one of his children. On p.273, Richard Henry Lee and Anna Constable are given as the parents of William (husband of Alice) but other sources state that Richard Lee's son William did not marry. Other sources say he married and had a daughter Mary who married a Heath and that he left his estate to her -- which was contested by his brother and returned to the Lee family.

There is a William Lee and Mary Lee, witnesses in Richard Jesper's will, dated 1698 in North Farnham Parish, VA. Need to identify them. Dorothy and brother Thomas Taylor were administrators of his estate. They left to William's grandchildren (children of Wm.3rd) the legacy left to him by his grandmother Elizabeth Taylor. Thomas Hanks received 9 lbs 11 shillings 8 pence; Joseph Hanks 2 lbs2 shillings 6 pence; Richard Lee 4 shillings; none was listed for John Lee who had probably died young.

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alt version below probable error confused ID: I16208 Name: William COLONEL Lee Leigh

Sex: M Birth: 1654 in Surry County, , Virginia

Death: 14 JUL 1703Father: William Lee Leigh b: ABT 1588 in England Mother: Catherine b: ABT 1592Marriage 1 Mary Green b: ABT 1659 in King & Queen County, VA Married: 1675 in King & Queen County, VA Children John CAPTAIN Lee Leigh b: 1677 in Of Leigh Hall, , Cheshire, England William Lee Leigh b: 1682 in New Kent County, VA Sources:

Title: Family Group Record FamilySearchØ Ancestral File v4.19

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: William Lee Leigh 1 Sex: M Birth: ABT 1588 in England Death: 1653 in , James, VirginiaMarriage 1 Mary Dawkes b: ABT 1578 in < , Charles City County, Virginia> Marriage 2 Catherine b: ABT 1592 Children William COLONEL Lee Leigh b: 1654 in Surry County, , Virginia Sources:

Title: Family Group Record FamilySearchØ Ancestral File v4.19

-----------------------------------************************ Edmund Jennings Lee had not found any record of what happened to one son William Lee and blew it off finally saying he appears to have died young. Weelllll sort of. He did die earlier, 1694-5, than other siblings, leaving a 18 year old daughter and three younger minor sons. The daughter Mary had married William Heath at age 15 had two sons, Thomas and Samuel the last being born after his father died. She re married to Bartholomew Schriever who is the villain of this story. He was of age so grabbed the estate and paid out yearly a gentlemans living to the three boys; Wm, John, and Richard. What he paid was far less than the estate could manage; and they deserved more; but it was legally large enough that they could not sue their guardian until ALL of them were of age. The instant the youngest turned 21 they did sue. BUT Not in probate court but common pleas court to recover their inheritance. And not in the original county (Westmoreland) but the county had been split and then re-split in the mean time (at this time it was Surry Co) and worse the judge (a VIP ) did not travel to them he stayed put and they had to come to him in King and Queen County. (This was a MAJOR estate -and why they had a superior judge in a higher court- in todays terms it would be multi millionaire stuff). AND It was 7-8 years out of timeŒ7 -8 years later than expected. Wrong place, wrong time, wrong court, and why E J Lee missed it. Bart and Mary got her furniture and what money he had sequestered (the court knew he had milked estate, said so, but did not bother to try to find where he had squirreled money away--{Bermuda}), just gave Mary HER furniture, and kicked them off land and divided it 3 ways each boy getting roughly 1/3. Bart packed up in high dudgeon and went back to England (assume they stopped at Bermuda where $$ were) - and lived life of rich ex colonial gentleman.

OK first problem solved. This I got from two separate books /people who had done work independently, and I cross-checked just to be sure. (A Weavin' and Log Cabin to White House Next problem William (ii) son Wm (i) and grandson of Co Richard died 1717 (about 13 years after court bruhoo); leaving 4 sons. And I will stick to our line his son Charles b 1706 moved to new land at North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., Va. Charles moves again dies 1799 at-really near just out of town- Leesburg, Cumberland Co., Va. leaving cash to a son William (others got land) and just down the road, land adjoining Charles is a William Lee that the previous genealogists had assumed was his son. BooBoo! It was a reasonable assumption. Just wrong. Charles died in 1799 Cumberland Co Va and had a son William. There is a William Lee (md Ave Noel) whose land adjoins Charles land so they assume he is the son. Unfortunately they happened to buy adjoining lands at about the same time and they were cousins, but unwarranted assumption as to being his son. Then I found the full name of James Garnett Early Lee b. 23 feb 1777 known as Garnett Lee usually, AND known to be son of William and Ave Noel and that triggered my memory that James Lee had md Mary Clark Garnett and I cross connected Wm and Ave to James Lee and Mary Garnett who also had known son William but unknown what happened to him if we connect Wm and Ave to Charles. To add to the surety I was right, Wm and Ave moved about 1788 to Evington Road Bedford Co Va. just a bit down the road from James and Mary Garnett -- (Ah Ha!)----- so this time making the assumption that the William who was close to James was his son works. James died by the way 1791 Probate Bedford Co Va. With that I was able to disconnect he wrong William (md Ave) and get him to correct papa- and so was left connecting MY William (1738-1808) to Charles. Reason for cash was my William had gone on to Hardy Co Va. (now West Va) at the same time, abt 1760, his father Charles had moved from Richmond Co where he was born (The residual of the original estate was now in Surry Co.-but had been split up so much the land left to Charles was too small to make him well off - or as well off as he wished) then on to Leesburgh in Cumberland Co and so our William had no use for land- he had his own- but hundreds of miles away. SO cash. Oh me oh my long story. I also jumped 4 years work in getting all of the above. I followed Loads of dead ends.

More About William Lee: Christening: of, Surry, King and Queen, Co Va Record Change: 29 Sep 2003

Notes for Alice Mrs FELTON: Subj:Alice Felton Date:10/23/2006 4:19:29 PM Central Daylight Time From: dalell@earthlink.net (Eleanor Prieskorn) To: Corvid1@msn.com ('Marilyn Hutton'), Jhlawr@wmconnect.com st1\:*{behavior:url(#default#ieooui) } <!--

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More About Alice Mrs FELTON: Christening: widow, Thomas, FELTON, Charles City Record Change: 16 Jun 2003

iv. Elizabeth Betsey Lee, born 1653 in , , Virginia, Colony; died 1693 in Wicomico, Northumberland, Virginia, USA3; married LEONARD Howson; born Abt. 1652 in of, Virginia, Colony.

More About Elizabeth Betsey Lee: Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

More About LEONARD Howson: Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

1 v. Anne Lee, born 1653 in twins, , Virginia, Colony; died 1701 in Westmoreland, Virginia, USA; married Thomas Youell. vi. Charles Lee4,5,5, born 21 May 1656 in Cobbs Hall, Northampton, Virginia, Colony; died 17 Dec 1701 in of, Cobbs Hill, Northampton, Va; married Elizabeth Metstand MEDSTAND 1676 in Cobbs Hall, Northampton, Virginia, USA5; born Abt. 1657 in dau, Thomas, Northampton, Va; died Aft. 13 Jul 1700 in Cobbs Hill, Northampton, Va.

More About Charles Lee: Burial: 1701, will probate, Northampton, County, Va Christening: Cobbs Hill, line Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

More About Elizabeth Metstand MEDSTAND: Record Change: 06 Jun 2003

vii. Hancock Lee6,7,7, born 1645 in Northumberland, Virginia, USA7,7; died 1714 in Isle Wight, Virginia, USA7,7; married (1) Mary Kendall; born 1651 in of, Northumberland, Co, Va; died 24 Dec 1694 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Co, Va age 33; married (2) Sarah ALLERTON; born Abt. 1669 in of, Northumberland, Co, Va; died in Ditchley, Northumberland, Co, Va; married (3) Mary Kimball; born Abt. 1652 in Prince George, Virginia, USA7,7; died 08 Jan 1734 in Charles City, Virginia, USA7,7; married (4) Mary Kimball 1670 in Prince George, Virginia, USA7; born Abt. 1652 in Prince George, Virginia, USA7,7; died 08 Jan 1734 in Charles City, Virginia, USA7,7.

Notes for Hancock Lee:

Subj:Hancock Date:9/28/2003 8:19:20 PM Central Standard Time From: dalell1@earthlink.net (Eleanor Prieskorn) To: Jhlawr@wmconnect.com

Hi Jim, I think you missunderstood what I sent on Hancock. That is why I sent that mess on Hancock Lee Jr, I don't have them in my records, I found them while looking for Richard Lee and Margaret Reno. But the other kids there, where do they go? to the next Hancock? & Beale ? 3ed HANCOCK'S WIFE

MY records with Hancock Lee Jr (if you will) is Twin to Elizabeth both b 1709 he m Mary Willis January 23, 1733 8 ch. Ann, Mary, George Henry, John, Hancock b Apr 7, 1740 (brother John is his twin) Sarah, Lucinda, Willis.( Pulled some paper records) Here is where you can help me clear a few things, if you will. The 2ed Mary Willis, who was her parents ? a brother to the 1ST Mary Willis? John Hancock Lee that she m, who was his parents? OK-- HERE IS WHAT I HAVE; I have William C. Lee b 1650 m ANN- But Paul C. Nagel the researcher of Lee's of VA. said he could not find any proof that William ever married. he d in 1696 at the age of almost 46 --He left his land and estate to Mary Heath. in 1707 Richard found a way to retreave the Virginia estate's . In his fathers" will " it stated that the property left to his sons for life. {at the end of life the land reverts to the living son's. SON OF RICHARD LEE & ANN CONSTABLE Hancock, the brother to this {ABOVE} William had four children by Mary Kendall and later 4 children by Sarah Elizabeth Allerton. The 4 children by his first wife (on paper) who I think is the line to our Richard. 1- William b Bet 1678-1682 (Through this William) m 1703 Dorothy Taylor Death inventory, Feb. 5th 1717/18 in Wills of Richmond County VA. on OB 7 based on oath of Dorothy Lee 8 children listed, Rebecca, ONE OF THIER DAU. OB (order book) 10, page 54 punished for having bastard child. From them; William Jr Lee b May 14, 1704 d 1764 {I think this william is the one that m Ann, 2ed had two or three ch, Mary 12 years his SR.} Bruce Thornton. she m 1 at age 17, first ch BORN 1710-last CHILD Roland 1721 her husband Mark d 1721( All Thornton's) SHE m--2 William Lee Jr, Dec 16, 1728 VA. her age then 36 years, and William 24 children by one or both wife's William b 1730 1738-----------------------------------Mary's Anne Nancy "Nanny" b 1728-1730--------------Marys Richard b ??-------------------------------------------Marys Sarah/Sary Sally b ??------------------------------Mary's Elizabeth (Betty) b 1723-1746----------------- Mary's Peter b Jan 30, 1749/50 MARY'S age here 57--------------------------------------------Ann's? CHILD Mark b abt 1752 ---- she would be age (Mary) 60--------------------------------- " ?ANN'S CHILD ? John b Dec 22, 1757---- if Mary was mother her age at this birth 65-------Ann's? CHILD Mary's death was thought to be aft 1752-- 2ed WIFE COULD BE ANN IF MARY DIED IN 1752 WILLIAM WOULD HAVE BEEN YOUNG ENOUGH TO REMARRY, AGE 48-- AND STILL BE FATHER TO PETER, MARK, JOHN. MARY B THORNTON'S BIRTH FROM WFT VOL 27, GROUP # 721 HER MARRIAGE DATE FROM WFT VOL 24, GROUP# 620 William Jr and Mary's son William b 1730-1738 VA m Catherine "Katy"Graves that is our Richard's parents. NOW THIS IS HOW I HAVE THE LINE TO CONNECT SO FAR, THIS IS WHY I HAVE SO MUCH INFO ON WILLIAM'S AND RICHARD'S TO FILL IN THE BLANKS FOR SURE. WE COULD BE CONNECTRD THROUGH 2 OTHER RICHARDS, IF NOT THEN THIS HAS TO BE THE LINE. AND BOTH RICHARD'S ARE STILL IN THIS LINE. 2--Richard b Jan 18, 1691 d 1740 (found no wife here) this is where I thought was the Richard that m Margaret Reno/Runo there would be 34 years diffrence in there age, or if he had a son Richard would be the right age. (I have no other info on him that I can put my hands on at this time. this is one of the reasons I pull all info on Richard's.(one anyway) 3--Anna b Jan 5 1681/81 4-Henry b 1676 d bef. 1706 I DONT THINK WE CONNECT TO THE SARAH E ALLERTON, JUST 1/2 SIB'S TO ISAAC, JOHN, ELIZABETH & HANCOCK II

More About Hancock Lee: Christening: of, Ditchley, Northampton, Va Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

viii. Richard Lee7, born 1647 in Paradise, Gloucester, Virginia, USA7; died 12 Mar 1714 in Mt Pleasant, Westmoreland, Virginia, USA7; married Laetitia Corbin; born 1657 in Stratfordshire, England7; died 06 Oct 1706 in Mt Pleasant, Westmoreland, Virginia, USA7.

Notes for Richard Lee: Richard II LEE Sex: M Birth: 1646 in Strafford-on-Avon, Essex, England Death: 12 Mar 1713 in Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., VA Title: Sir Event: Royal Title Unknown Knight of the Order of the GarterFather: Richard Henry LEE b: 1591 in St. Martin, Worcestershire, England Mother: Anne Constable OWEN b: 1615 in London, EnglandMarriage 1 Letitia CORBIN b: 1657 in Stratfordshire, England Married: 1674 in Westmorland Co., VA Children Richard LEE b: 1678 John LEE b: 1677 Phillip LEE b: 1681 Francis LEE b: 1682 Ann LEE b: 1683 in Machodoc, Westmoreland Co., VA Henry LEE b: 16 May 1686 in Westmoreland Co., VA Thomas LEE b: 1690 Arthur Ferney LEE b 1693

More About Richard Lee: Christening: 1658, school at Oxford, England Record Change: 15 Jul 2003

More About Laetitia Corbin: Burial: Mt Pleasant Record Change: 31 Mar 2002

Endnotes

1. Ancestry.com, One World Tree (sm), Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d., Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc. 2. Heritage Consulting, Millennium File, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003, Online publication - Heritage Consulting. Millennium File [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003.Original data - Heritage Consulting. The Millennium File. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting, Données d’origine : Consultation du patrimoine. Le Fichier du millénaire. Salt Lake City : Consultation du patrimoine, 19--. 3. Ancestry.com, One World Tree (sm), Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d., Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc. 4. Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000, Online publication - Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. 5. Ancestry.com, One World Tree (sm), Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d., Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc. 6. Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001, Online publication - Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Births [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001. 7. Ancestry.com, One World Tree (sm), Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d., Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc.

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Ann Lee's Timeline

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<, Westmoreland, Virginia>
1649
1649
Northampton, Northcumberland, Virginia
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1670
Age 21
Westmoreland, VA, USA
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1678
Age 29
Colony Of, Virginia
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1680
Age 31
Virginia, Colony
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1695
Age 46
Westmoreland, Virginia, USA
1995
September 15, 1995
Age 46
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February 24, 1996
Age 46
April 3, 1996
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Colony Of, Virginia