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Conquest Wyatt

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Boxley, Gloucester, Virginia
Death: Died in Upton Plantation,Gloucester Co.,Virginia
Place of Burial: Petsworth Church,Gloucester Co.,Virginia
Immediate Family:

Son of Edward Wyatt, Sr.; Jane Conquest and Jane Wyatt
Husband of Sarah Wyatt and Sarah "Sallie" Wyatt
Father of Conquest Wyatt, II; James Wyatt; Edward Wyatt; Francis Wyatt; John W Wyatt, Capt. and 5 others
Brother of Edward Wyatt, Jr.; Francis Wiatt; Elizabeth Ann Wyatt and Haute Wyatt

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About Conquest Wyatt

Conquest Wyatt was born in 1645 at Gloucester County, Virginia. He was the son of Edward Wyatt and Jane Conquest. Conquest Wyatt married Sally Pate in 1668. Conquest Wyatt died in 1720 at Gloucester County, Virginia. In 1672, he was assigned a patent of 530 acres near his own plantation Boxley in Gloucester County, VA. He was a Colonel of the Militia in 1698

Child of Conquest Wyatt and Sally Pate

  • Captain Edward Wyatt+ b. 1671, d. b 16 Apr 1745
  • Francis Wyatt b. 1680, d. 1745

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Note: born at Boxley Plantation & died at Upton Plantation

 

Burial:

Petsworth Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery

Gloucester County

Virginia, USA

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http://records.ancestry.com/Conquest_Wyatt_records.ashx?pid=20544245 has different dates and also borne in England, but died in Virginia. Parents, wife and children are the same

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Y-DNA evidence suggests that this may indeed be a valid line, but also shows that there have been many false claimants. https://www.familytreedna.com/public/wyatt/default.aspx?section=yresults -------------------- Born at Boxley Plantation & died at Upton Plantation.

Inscription: All that remains today are bits and pieces of the original church foundation deep within the woods.

Surviving headstones were removed from these ruins of the churchyard at Petsworth Parish Poplar Spring by the A.P.V.A. and placed at Ware Episcopal Church. These are Rev. Emanuel Jones (1667 - 1739) and his son, John Jones (1692 - 1713), John Woods (1713 - 1769) and a worn stone believed to belong to Edward Simmons.


Burial: Petsworth Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery Gloucester County Virginia, USA Plot: All that remains today are bits and pieces of the original church foundation deep within the woods.


Created by: Cousins by the Dozens Record added: Sep 13, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 41897999

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Col Conquest Wyatt's Timeline

1645
1645
Virginia
1669
1669
Age 24
Boxley, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
1672
1672
Age 27
Petsworth, Gloucester County, VA, USA
1672
Age 27
Petsworth, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
1674
1674
Age 29
Boxley,Gloucester Co.,Virginia
1677
1677
Age 32
Boxley,Gloucester Co.,Virginia
1680
1680
Age 35
Patsworth Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Colony, (Present USA)
1685
1685
Age 40
Boxley, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
1720
1720
Age 75
Upton Plantation,Gloucester Co.,Virginia
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