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Edward Wyatt, Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Boxley Parish, Kent, England
Death: Died in Probably 'Boxley Hall', Gloucester Co., VA
Place of Burial: Petsworth Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery, Gloucester, Virginia
Immediate Family:

Son of Rev. Hawte Wyatt and Barbara Wyatt
Husband of Jane Wyatt and Jane Wyatt
Father of Edward Wyatt, Jr.; Col Conquest Wyatt; Francis Wiatt; Elizabeth Ann Maxey and Haute Wyatt
Brother of George Wyatt
Half brother of Thomas Wyatt; Capt. John Wyatt, Sr. and Anne Eveleigh

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About Edward Wyatt, Sr.

http://www.gencircles.com/users/mbullins/1/data/1161

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Immigrated as a small child to Middle Plantation and Gloucester Counter Virginia. [More likely, he made the trip as an adult - there is no evidence for any of the Wyatt children in early Virginia.) His estate was called "Boxley", after the Parish where his father was vicar for so many years; another ancestral home was called "Old Upton." He received patents for lands in Gloucester County in 1662.

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Birth: 1619

Kent, England

Death: 1690

Gloucester County

Virginia, USA

Husband of Jame Conquest

Son of Haute Wyatt and Barbara Elizabeth Mitford

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Edward Wyatt was two years old when his father brought him to Jamestown, Virginia in 1621. He returned to England with his parents in 1625. Later in 1642, his uncle, Sir Francis Wyatt, at that time Governor of Virginia for the second time, brought Edward Wyatt and his brothers and sisters back to Virginia. Edward and his brother, George Wyatt had land grants to plantations where the town of Williamburg, Virginia now stands. The National Geographic Magazine in an issue about Williamsburg, VA. mentions the fact that when the capital of the Virginia Colony was to be placed at Williamsburg, that the House of Burgess and the Crown bought the land from Edward and George Wyatt.

Edward Wyatt then removed to Gloucester County, Virginia and settled on a plantation which he called Boxley. He had several children, Conquest, Francis, Haute and Edward. Edward died young and is buried at old Petsworth Episcopal Church Cemetery with his father and mother in Virginia.


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Parents:
 Haute Wyatt (1596 - 1638)
 Barbara Elizabeth Mitford Wyatt (1598 - 1626)

Children:
 Conquest Wyatt (1645 - 1720)*
 Edward Wyatt (1651 - ____)*

Spouse:
 Jane Conquest Wyatt (1622 - 1698)*


 

Burial:

Petsworth Baptist Church Cemetery

Gloucester

Gloucester County

Virginia, USA


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http://records.ancestry.com/Conquest_Wyatt_records.ashx?pid=20544245

slightly different dates, but same parents, wife, children

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Edward Wyatt, Sr.'s Timeline

1619
1619
Boxley Parish, Kent, England
1619
Boxley, Kent, England, United Kingdom
1644
1644
Age 25
Gloucester Co.,Virginia
1644
Age 25
Boxley, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
1645
1645
Age 26
Virginia
1647
1647
Age 28
Henrico, VA, USA
1647
Age 28
Gloucester Co.,Virginia
1649
1649
Age 30
Gloucester, Virginia, United States
1688
January 1688
Age 69
Probably 'Boxley Hall', Gloucester Co., VA
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