Edwin Conway, Jr. (c.1644 - 1698)

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Birthplace: Richmond, Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Richmond, Virginia, United States
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DANIEL LLEWELLYN, gentleman, was in Virginia by 19 September 1633 when he was claimed as a headright by Capt. William Perry. He received a patent on 27 October 1642 for 856 acres on "Upper branches of Turkey Island Creek" and adjacent to "Mr. Aston's land" in which he claimed 17 headrights, including Robert and Frances Hallom.

The Last Will and Testament of Daniel Llewellyn was made while he was a resident of Chelmsford, County Essex, England. He devised the land in Charles City County to his wife Ann for her lifetime, then to son Daniel; servants to Daniel's sister Martha Jones; 50 shillings for a ring to daughter Margaret and to her husband. He directed that he should be buried in the parish church at Chelmsford "neare the reading deske." The will names only three children: Daniel, Martha Jones, and Margaret Cruse

Robert Hallom had died and she had married Daniel Llewellyn by 1640. He was in Virginia before 19 Sep 1633 when he was claimed as a headright by Capt. William Perry.

After Ann married Daniel Llewellyn, he undertook the management of the Virginia interests of the Halloms still in England which produced a considerable correspondence and is recorded in the court records of Charles City County. He died while in England on business

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Edwin Conway, Jr.'s Timeline

Chelmsford, Essex, United Kingdom
February, 1640
Charles City County, Virginia
East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
May 11, 1644
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Age 36
Lancaster, Virginia, United States
August 7, 1698
Age 54
Richmond, Virginia, United States