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Hancock Lee, I

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Dividing Creek (?), Northumberland, VA
Death: Died in Northumberland, Virginia
Place of Burial: Ditchley Plantation, Northumberland, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Colonel Richard "the Immigrant" Lee I and Anne Owen Lee (Constable)
Husband of Mary Kendall Lee; Mary Kendall and Sarah Lee
Father of Anna Kendall Eustace; William Lee; Kendall Lee; Richard Lee of Ditchley; Isaac Lee and 3 others
Brother of John Constable Lee; Col. Richard Henry "the Scholar" Lee II, Esq.; Francis Lightfoot Lee; Ann Lee; William Constable Lee and 4 others

Occupation: Captain & A Burgess, justice, burgess, naval officer
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About Hon. Hancock Lee, of Ditchley

Vital Statistics

  • Born 1645 in Northumberland Co., Virginia. Possibly in Dividing Creek. Died 1714 in Isle Wight, Virginia.
  • Married: 1) Mary Kendall (1651 - 1694); 2) Sarah Allerton (ca. 1669 - d.); 3) Mary Kimball (ca. 1652 - 1734).

Children w/Mary Kendall

  1. William b Bet 1678-1682 m 1703 Dorothy Taylor. Death inventory, Feb. 5th 1717/18 in Wills of Richmond County VA. No children. Died possibly before 1706.
  2. Anna, born prior to January 5, 1682, and was living as late as October 1754 married (1) William Armistead, and (2) William Eustace;
  3. Richard born August 18, 1691
  • Children with Sarah Allerton:
  1. Isaac Lee, born 1707 in Northumberland, Virginia; died 1727 in Stepney, Middlesex, England, will probate. No children. Buried Rappahannock, Virginia ?
  2. John Lee, born ca 1709 in Northumberland, , Virginia; died 11 Aug 1789 in Orange, Co, Va. Not married. No children.
  3. Hancock Taylor Lee, born 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Co, Va; died Nov 1763 in Warrenton, Fauquier, Va, will; married Mary WILLIS.
  4. Elizabeth Lee, born 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Co, Virginia; married (1) Swan Jones born ca. 1708 in of Westmoreland Co., Virginia.; died 1734 in Virginia; married (2) Zachary Taylor; born 17 Apr 1707 in Rapidan. Orange, Co, Virginia; died 01 Mar 1768 in Orange, Co, Virginia. Elizabeth Lee and Hancock Taylor Lee were twins. They were christened in 1709 after their father's death.

Notes and Sources

[From Jacqueli Charlene Finney's notes:]

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

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Hancock I LEE was born in 1650/1653 in Of, Northumberland, W. Moreland, Va. He was christened in 1677 in Of, Ditchley, Northampton, Va. He died on 25 May 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Virginia. He was buried on 20 Oct 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Virginia.

Occup: Captain - "Build Ditchley Estate" Ditchley, Northumberland, Westmorland, Virginia Occup: 1677 Just

The "Ditchley" Line

(2)Hancock Lee (#2)1653-1709 m. 1.Mary Kendall .....(3)William Lee - died young .....(3)Anna Lee m.1. William Armistead m.2. William Eustace .....(3)Richard Lee (#3) 1691-1740 m. Judith Steptoe ..........(4)Kendall Lee (#5) d. 1780 m. Betty Heale ...............(5)William Lee m. Jane Payne ...............(5)George Lee (#9) m. Frances Ball ....................(6)George Lee m. Mary Edwards, widow .........................(7)(daughter) ....................(6)Arthur Lee (#15) m. Sarah Haggeman .........................(7)William Kendall Lee (#21) m. ____ Henderson ...............................(8)William Henderson Lee ...............................(8)Arthur Lee .........................(7)Arthur H. Lee d. 1891, unmarried .........................(7)Mary Lee m. ___ Locke .........................(7)John Haggeman Lee, died 1886, no issue .........................(7)Joseph Ball Lee, died without issue .........................(7)George Lee (#22) m. Ellen Howson ..............................(8)Arthur Lee ..............................(8)William Howson Clark Lee ..............................(8)Ellen Bruce Lee ..............................(8)George Kendall Lee .........................(7)James Ball Lee, died without issue .........................(7)Richard Henry Lee, died without issue ....................(6)Betty Lee, died unmarried ....................(6)Frances Lee m. ___ Seward ....................(6)Anna Lee m. Joseph Ball ...............(5)Kendall Lee (#10) 1763-1811 m. 1. Sarah Gordon, no issue ................m.2.Judith Burton Payne ....................(6)George Kendall Lee 1789-1859, no issue ....................(6)Thomas Lee (#16) 1791-1849 m. Mary Pearson .........................(7)Elizabeth Kendall Lee 1820-1854 m. William P. Hahn .........................(7)George Thomas Lee 1824-1827 .........................(7)Mary Virginia Lee 1826-1855 m. William B. Scott .........................(7)Judith Lee 1828-? m. John Gargan .........................(7)Richard Henry Lee 1831-1861 ....................(6)Richard Henry Lee 1792-1816, no issue ....................(6)Elizabeth Kendall Lee 1794-1863, no issue ....................(6)William Lee (#17) 1795-1874 m.1. Eliza Wamack, no issue .......................m.2. Hannah Saunders ..........................(7)William Thomas Lee (#23) 1830-1865 m. Susan Blanton ...............................(8)Elisha Kendall Lee ..........................(7)James Hancock Lee 1844-1865 ....................(6)Hancock Lee (#18) 1797-1860 m. 1. Mary Henderson .........................(7)Mary Henderson Lee 1825-1826 .........................(7)Virginia Payne Lee 1826-1839 .........................(7)Frances Elizabeth Lee 1827-1828 .........................(7)James Kendall Lee (#24) 1829-1861 .........................(7)Ellen Lee 1831-1841 .........................(7)William Hancock Lee 1834-1835 .........................(7)Charlotte Lee 1836-? .........................(7)Margaret Henderson Lee 1838-? .........................(7)Judith Burton Lee 1839-1839 .........................(7)Jane Barclay Lee 1841-1843 ......................Hancock Lee (#18 above) m.2. Martha Bickerton Drew ........................(7)Juliet Lee 1853-? ........................(7)Mary Rutherford Lee 1855-1880 m. Robert Somerville ........................(7)(Son) died 1857 as infant ........................(7)Carter Henry Lee 1859-1859 ....................(6)Virginia Payne Lee 1799-? m. Howell Lewis ...............(5)Hancock Lee (#11) m. Sinah Ellen Chichester ....................(6)Richard Kendall Lee ....................(6)Betty Lee ....................(6)Sarah McCarty Lee m. James Wren ....................(6)Mary Kendall Lee m. ____ Sangster ....................(6)Ann McCarty Lee m. John R. Ratcliffe ....................(6)Catharine Anne Lee m. George W. Wren ....................(6)Sinah Ellen Chicester Lee m. ____ Fitzhugh ....................(6)Dodridge C. Lee ....................(6)Hancock Lee ....................(6)William L. Lee ....................(6)Daniel C. Lee, died without issue ...............(5)Richard Lancelot Lee d. 1790, apparently never married ...............(5)Arthur Lee, no issue ...............(5)Mary Lee m. Archibald Campbell ...............(5)Elizabeth "Betty" Edward Lee m. Thomas Edwards ...............(5)Judith Lee m.1. ____ Pierce; m.2. John Blackwell ...............(5)Priscilla Lee 1770-1834 m. Griffin Edwards Hancock Lee (#2 above) m.2. Sarah Allerton .....(3)Isaac Lee 1707-1727 .....(3)John Lee ca 1709-1789 .....(3)Hancock Lee (#4) ca 1709-? m. Mary Willis ..........(4)Willis Lee d. 1774 ..........(4)Hancock Lee (#6) ca 1736-1815 m. Winifred Beale ...............(5)Willis Lee (#12) m. Mary Richards ....................(6)John Hancock Lee (#19) 1805-1873 m.1. Mary Willis Madison m.2. Fannie W ..................................Madison m.3. Mary Jones ........................(7)Laetitia Lee m. Robert Madison ........................(7)Nellie Conway Lee 1826-1875 ........................(7)Lewis Herman Lee 1849-1878 m. Georgia Garland .............................(8)Mary Madison Lee 1877-? ........................(7)Lizzie Madison Lee m. William Albert Bragg ........................(7)Norma Overton Lee m. John Brockenbrough Woodward ....................(6)Mary Willis Lee m. Thomas Scott Ashton ...............(5)Hancock Lee (#13) d. 1842 m. Susan Richards ....................(6)Anne Lee 1820-1862 m. John Howison ....................(6)Frances Lee 1822-? m. Robert Willis ....................(6)Mary Lee 1823-1860, unmarried ....................(6)Virginia Lee 1824-? m.1. Smith Rixey, m.2. A. Richards ....................(6)Ludwell Lee 1826-1855, unmarried ....................(6)Susan Lee 1830-? m. Horace Dodd ....................(6)Louisa Lee 1832-? died unmarried ....................(6)Thomas Lee 1834-? ....................(6)Henry Hancock Lee (#20) 1837-1860 m. Olivia Nutt .........................(7)Henry Hancock Lee (#25) 1866-? m. Meta Shumate ..............................(8)Mary Downman Lee 1892-? .........................(7)Annie Lee 1864-? .........................(7)Robert Edward Lee (#26) .........................(7)Mary Lee 1867-? .........................(7)Lucy Lee 1870-? .........................(7)Olivia Lee 1872-? .........................(7)Frances Lee 1874-? .........................(7)Ludwell Lee 1876-? .........................(7)Francis Lee 1879-? .........................(7)Alice Lee 1882-? ....................(6)William Lee 1840-1863 ...............(5)Thomas Lee (#14) m. ___ Bell ....................(6)Matilda Lee m. ___ Gaskins ....................(6)Jane Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Emeline Lee m. ___ Richards ...............(5)Elizabeth Lee m. ____ Sangster ...............(5)Arthur Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Pamela Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Mary Frances Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Anne Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)(Unknown) ..........(4)John Lee (#7) d. 1802 m. Elizabeth Bell ...............(5)John Hancock Lee m. Anne Lee, no issue ...............(5)Lewis Lee, married, but no issue ...............(5)Sarah Lee m. John Jordan Crittenden ...............(5)Matilda A. Lee m. Samuel McDowell Wallace ...............(5)Elizabeth Lee m. ____ Wilkinson ...............(5)Lucinda Lee m. R. H. Call ...............(5)Anne Lee m. ___ Price ..........(4)Henry Lee (#8) married, wife unknown ...............(5)Willis Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Hancock Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)John Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)(Daughter) m. ____ Davis ...............(5)Anne Lee, m. John Hancock Lee, no issue ..........(4)Richard Lee, died unmarried ..........(4)Sarah Alexander Lee m. John Gillison ..........(4)Mary Willis Lee d. 1798 m. Ambrose Madison .....(3)Elizabeth Lee m. Zachary Taylor

 

-------------------- Great Grandfather of President Zachary Taylor -------------------- Born: Abt 1653, Northumberland Co., VA 660 Marriage: Sarah Allerton about 1700 660 Died: 25 May 1729, Northumberland Co., VA about age 76 660

Hancock married Sarah Allerton, daughter of Isaac Allerton, Jr. and Elizabeth Willoughby, about 1700.660 (Sarah Allerton was born about 1670 in Westmoreland Co., VA 660 and died on 17 May 1731 in Wicomico, Northumberland, VA 660.)

-------------------- The first Hancock Lee, as indicated above, was born in 1653 (actual date not known) at the Dividing Creek plantation in Northumberland County on the Northern Neck of Virginia. After the death of his father, Richard Henry, he eventually inherited the southern third of the Dividing Creek plantation, which he called Hancock’s Neck. Hancock I was married twice. He initially married Mary Kendall in 1675. She was born in 1661 at Newport House in Northhampton, Virginia and was the only daughter of Colonel William Kendall who owned the Newport House plantation and was a Burgess from Northhampton in 1657, 1662, 1663, and 1666 serving as Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1666. Unfortunately, Mary Kendall died on December 24, 1694 leaving Hancock I with 3 children (See below). In 1696, Hancock I was married for a second time to Sarah Allerton and had 4 more children (See below). Sarah Allerton was born in 1671 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Isaac Allerton of Westmoreland and the granddaughter of Issac Allerton who originally came over on the “Mayflower” establishing the “Plymouth” Colony in Massachusetts. On her Mother’s side of the family, she was a great-granddaughter of Elder William Brewster, who also came over on the “Mayflower” and was a leader of the Plymouth Colony. Sarah Allerton died on May 17, 1731. -------------------- Hancock Lee, son of Richard and Anna Lee, was born in 1653, probably at DividingCreeks, in Northumberland county, and died May 25, 1709, being buried at "Ditchley," where his tombstone can still be seen with its inscription perfectly legible. This burying ground was used by this branch of the family for several generations, probably until the estate was sold in 1789 to Colonel James Ball Jr., whose descendants own it to-day. Hancock Lee is supposed to have settled in Northampton at the time of his first marriage in 1675, and to have returned to Northumberland county about 1686. The record of the public positions held by him, perhaps only partial, seems to agree with this supposition. He was justice for Northampton county in 1677, and held a similar position in Northumberland in 1687 and 1699, and was also a burgess for Northumberland county in 1688. A list of civil offices, dated June 3, 1699, names him as the "Naval Officer and Collector of Virginia Dutys in Northumberland County;" another list of the date of 1702 mentions him as a justice, showing him to have been in commission at the time of his death. The Northern Neck land records show that Hancock Lee patented land in Richmond county, on both sides of Rappahannock Horsepen Run and adjoining his own land, on the north side of Occoquan, in Stafford county, at the heads of the branches of Chapowamsie, in Stafford, and adjoining the land of Captain Thomas Harrison.

It has usually been stated that Hancock Lee built the old Ditchley mansion about 1687, but there is no evidence to substatiate this traditions. It is not even positively known whether the immigrant lived at "Ditchley" or "Cobb's Hall." Hancock Lee's will was made December 31, 1706, and was probated at Northumberland Court House, July 20, 1709. Of Hancock Lee, Bishop Meade wrote: "That He was a patron of the Church is shown by the fact that he presented a communion cup to the parish in 1729. In honor either of himself or father, or the whole family, the parish was called Lee parish, as may be seen by the inscription on the cup. It was often called Wycomico. After the downfall of the parish Mr. Joseph Ball placed this and other pieces into my hands for preservation, in the hope that the day might come when the old Lee and more modern Wycomico parish might call for it again." The cup is now in use in the old Wycomico church. He married (first) in 1675. Mary, the only daughter of Colonel William Kendall; and (second) Sarah , daughter of Colonel Isaac Allerton, of Westmoreland. Children: William, born prior to 1682, died young and without issue before 1706; Anna, prior to January 5, 1682, and was living as late as October 1754 married (first) William Armistead, and (second) William Eustace; Richard born August 18, 1691; (by the second marriage): Isaac, 1707, died in England in 1727; John, born probably in 1709, died August 11 1789; Hancock, mentioned below; Elizabeth, born 1711, married Zachary Taylor.

HON.HANCOCK LEE, (2--4), of "Ditchley," Northumberland Co., Va., b. 1650; d. 1709; fourth son of Col. Richard and Anna ---- Lee, of Northumberland Co., Va. He served as Justice of Northampton Co., 1677; moved to Northumberland Co., in 1688, and built the ancestral home of "Ditchley ;" was a liberal supporter of the Established Church. and gave a Communion Cup to Ditchley Parish in 1711. He m. (first) 1675 Mary Kendall, 1661-1694 dau. Col. William Kendall, of "Newport House," Northampton Co., Va.; (second) Sarah Elizabeth Allerton, dau. of Col. Isaac and Elizabeth (Willoughby) Allerton, and gr.-dau. of Isaac Allerton, the "Mayflower Immigrant," and his wife, Fear His will names 2 granddaus. Anne and Kendal Lee, will dated 12-29-1685 pro. 7-28-1686. [p.334] Brewster, dau. of Elder William Brewster, founder of the Plymouth Colony, in New England. Issue by first marriage:

From Hancock Lee decended Zachary Taylor, 12 president of the United States.

-------------------- William LEE was born in 1646 in Northcumberland, Virginia. He was christened in Of, Surry, King And Queen, Va. He died in Sep 1696/1703 in Northcumberland, Maryland. He was buried in Northcumberland, Maryland. He married Alice FELTON in 1675 in , Northumberland, Va.

Alice FELTON was born in 1650 in Richmond, Co, Va. She was christened in Widow, Thomas, Felton, Charles City. She died about 1703 in St Stephen Parsh, King And Queen, Co, Va. She married William LEE in 1675 in , Northumberland, Va.

They had the following children:

  M i Richard LEE was born about 1677 in Surry, County, , Va. He was christened in Also, Of, King And Queen, Va. He died in , King And Queen, Va.  
  M ii Richard LEE was born about 1684 in Surry, County, , Va. He was christened in Also, Of, King And Queen, Va. He died on 10 Dec 1726 in N. Farnham, Parish, Richmond Co. Va..  
  M iii John Leigh LEA was born in 1677 in Of Lea Hall, Cheshire, England. He was christened in Land, Spotsylvania, Co, Va. He died on 5 Oct 1731 in Of, Surry, King And Queen, Va.  
  F iv Mary LEE was born in 1672 in Richmond, Westmoreland, Va, Area. She was christened in Second Husband, Schreever. She died in 1731.  
  M v William LEE was born in 1682. He died on 4 Dec 1717.  

Source: http://www.anusha.com/pafg569.htm#15747 --------------------

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.

From: http://www.leearchive.info/immigrant/index.html

From AGBI: Name: William Lee Birth Date: 1651 Birthplace: Virginia, Volume: 102 Page Number: 298 Biographical Info: Captain, a Burgess Reference: Colonial fams. Of the southern states of Amer. By Stella Pickett Hardy. Baltimore. 1958. (643p.):320

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about William Lee Name: William Lee Gender: male Birth Year: 1650 Spouse Name: Alice ??? Marriage Year: 1675

From Ancestry: William C. Lee married Alice Felton, he is the son of Richard Henry Lee and Ann Constable.

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).

Research from Dr. James Lawler on William Lee son of Richard Henry Lee and Ann Constable: 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. Well 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 remarried to Bartholomew Schriever who when 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.

Children of William Lee and Alice Fenton: 1. Mary 2. William 3. John 4. Richard (b. 1677 - d. 1726)

Source 1: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/f/i/n/Jacqueli-C-Finley/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0025.html

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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 - E.T.D.)

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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http://www.gunstonhall.org/library/masonweb/p115.htm

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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 "beyonf 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 Ihave 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.

  • *Children of JOHN LEE and JANE HANCOCK are:

i. THOMAS3 LEE.

ii. JOHN LEE, b. September 1616.

iii. RICHARD LEE , (THE FOUNDER), b. 1608, Shorpshire, England; d. March 1, 1663/64, Cobb's Hall, Dividing Creek VA. RICHARD3 LEE , (THE FOUNDER) (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1608 in Shorpshire, England, and died March 1, 1663/64 in Cobb's Hall, Dividing Creek VA. He married ANNE CONSTABLE 1641 in Jamestown, VA, daughter of FRANCIS CONSTABLE.
  • *Children of RICHARD LEE and ANNE CONSTABLE are:

i. JOHN C4 LEE, b. 1643, VA; d. 1673.

ii. RICHARD LEE , (THE SCHOLAR), b. 1647; d. March 12, 1713/14, buried at Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., VA.

iii. FRANCIS LEE, b. 1648, VA; d. 1714.

iv. WILLIAM C LEE, b. 1651, VA; d. 1696. WILLIAM C4 LEE (RICHARD3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1651 in VA, and died 1696.

  • *Child of WILLIAM LEE is:
i. MARY 5 LEE (WILLIAM C4, RICHARD3, JOHN2, JOHN1). She married (FNU) HEATH. 

Child of MARY LEE and (fnu) HEATH is:

i. THOMAS6 HEATH, m. WINIFRED JONES.

v. HANCOCK LEE, b. 1653, Dividing Creek, Northumberland, VA; d. May 25, 1709, Ditchley, Northumberland Co, VA..

vi. ELIZABETH LEE, b. 1654; d. Unknown.

vii. ANNE LEE, b. 1654, VA; d. 1701; m. THOMAS YOUELL.

viii. CHARLES C LEE, b. May 21, 1656, Cobbs Hall, Northumberland, VA; d. 1700, Northampton Co, VA.

From Academic Dictionaries & Encyclopedias - Richard Lee 1:

Notable descendants of Richard Lee I include signers of the Declaration of Independence Francis Lightfoot Lee and Richard Henry Lee, Revolutionary War general Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee, Confederate Civil War generals Robert E. Lee, Richard Taylor, William Henry Fitzhugh Lee and George Washington Custis Lee, President of the United States Zachary Taylor, Chief Justice of the United States Edward Douglass White, Governor of Maryland Thomas Sim Lee.

Children

  1. John Lee (1643-1673) of "Mount Pleasant", who never married
  2. Henry Lee (1643-1654), who died young
  3. Col. Richard Lee II, Esq. "the scholar" (1647-1715), who married Laetitia Corbin (ca. 1657-1706), daughter of Hon. Henry Corbin, Sr. (1629-1676) and Alice (Eltonhead) Burnham (ca. 1627-1684)
  4. Francis Lee (1648-1714) a merchant in England, who married Tamar ?
  5. Capt. William Lee (1651-1696), married Alice Felton in 1675 and fathered four children by her.
  6. Capt. Hancock Lee I, Hon. (1653-1709) of "Ditchley", who married 1) Mary Kendall (1661-1694); 2) Sarah Elizabeth Allerton (1671-1731), daughter of Col. Isaac Allerton Jr., Esq. (1630-1702) (son of Isaac Allerton of the "Mayflower") and his second wife, Elizabeth (Willoughby) Overzee Colclough, widow of Simon Overzee and George Colclough
  7. Anne Lee (1654-1701), who married Maj. Thomas Youell, Jr. (1644-1695), son of Thomas Youell (1615-1655) and Anne Sturman (d. 1672)
  8. Elizabeth Lee (1654-1714), who married 1) Leonard Howson, Sr. (1648-1704); 2) John Turberville (1650-1728), son of George Turberville IV (1638-ca. 1659) and Bridget
  9. Capt. Charles Lee, Sr. (1655-1701) of "Cobbs Hall", who married Elizabeth Medstand, daughter of Thomas Medstand (d. 1675)
  10. Ann Lee (1655), who died young

-------------------- SON OF COLONEL RICHARD -------------------- http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~deeprootstoo/newmanwalter/2025.htm

Vital Statistics

   * Born 1645 in Northumberland Co., Virginia. Possibly in Dividing Creek. Died 1714 in Isle Wight, Virginia.
   * Married: 1) Mary Kendall (1651 - 1694); 2) Sarah Allerton (ca. 1669 - d.); 3) Mary Kimball (ca. 1652 - 1734).
   * Children w/Mary Kendall
  1. William b Bet 1678-1682 m 1703 Dorothy Taylor. Death inventory, Feb. 5th 1717/18 in Wills of Richmond County VA. No children. Died possibly before 1706.
  2. Anna, born prior to January 5, 1682, and was living as late as October 1754 married (1) William Armistead, and (2) William Eustace;
  3. Richard born August 18, 1691
   * Children with Sarah Allerton:
  1. Isaac Lee, born 1707 in Northumberland, Virginia; died 1727 in Stepney, Middlesex, England, will probate. No children. Buried Rappahannock, Virginia ?
  2. John Lee, born ca 1709 in Northumberland, , Virginia; died 11 Aug 1789 in Orange, Co, Va. Not married. No children.
  3. Hancock Taylor Lee, born 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Co, Va; died Nov 1763 in Warrenton, Fauquier, Va, will; married Mary WILLIS.
  4. Elizabeth Lee, born 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Co, Virginia; married (1) Swan Jones born ca. 1708 in of Westmoreland Co., Virginia.; died 1734 in Virginia; married (2) Zachary Taylor; born 17 Apr 1707 in Rapidan. Orange, Co, Virginia; died 01 Mar 1768 in Orange, Co, Virginia. Elizabeth Lee and Hancock Taylor Lee were twins. They were christened in 1709 after their father's death.

Notes and Sources

[From Jacqueli Charlene Finney's notes:]

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

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Hancock I LEE was born in 1650/1653 in Of, Northumberland, W. Moreland, Va. He was christened in 1677 in Of, Ditchley, Northampton, Va. He died on 25 May 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Virginia. He was buried on 20 Oct 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Virginia.

Occup: Captain - "Build Ditchley Estate" Ditchley, Northumberland, Westmorland, Virginia Occup: 1677 Just

The "Ditchley" Line

(2)Hancock Lee (#2)1653-1709 m. 1.Mary Kendall .....(3)William Lee - died young .....(3)Anna Lee m.1. William Armistead m.2. William Eustace .....(3)Richard Lee (#3) 1691-1740 m. Judith Steptoe ..........(4)Kendall Lee (#5) d. 1780 m. Betty Heale ...............(5)William Lee m. Jane Payne ...............(5)George Lee (#9) m. Frances Ball ....................(6)George Lee m. Mary Edwards, widow .........................(7)(daughter) ....................(6)Arthur Lee (#15) m. Sarah Haggeman .........................(7)William Kendall Lee (#21) m. ____ Henderson ...............................(8)William Henderson Lee ...............................(8)Arthur Lee .........................(7)Arthur H. Lee d. 1891, unmarried .........................(7)Mary Lee m. ___ Locke .........................(7)John Haggeman Lee, died 1886, no issue .........................(7)Joseph Ball Lee, died without issue .........................(7)George Lee (#22) m. Ellen Howson ..............................(8)Arthur Lee ..............................(8)William Howson Clark Lee ..............................(8)Ellen Bruce Lee ..............................(8)George Kendall Lee .........................(7)James Ball Lee, died without issue .........................(7)Richard Henry Lee, died without issue ....................(6)Betty Lee, died unmarried ....................(6)Frances Lee m. ___ Seward ....................(6)Anna Lee m. Joseph Ball ...............(5)Kendall Lee (#10) 1763-1811 m. 1. Sarah Gordon, no issue ................m.2.Judith Burton Payne ....................(6)George Kendall Lee 1789-1859, no issue ....................(6)Thomas Lee (#16) 1791-1849 m. Mary Pearson .........................(7)Elizabeth Kendall Lee 1820-1854 m. William P. Hahn .........................(7)George Thomas Lee 1824-1827 .........................(7)Mary Virginia Lee 1826-1855 m. William B. Scott .........................(7)Judith Lee 1828-? m. John Gargan .........................(7)Richard Henry Lee 1831-1861 ....................(6)Richard Henry Lee 1792-1816, no issue ....................(6)Elizabeth Kendall Lee 1794-1863, no issue ....................(6)William Lee (#17) 1795-1874 m.1. Eliza Wamack, no issue .......................m.2. Hannah Saunders ..........................(7)William Thomas Lee (#23) 1830-1865 m. Susan Blanton ...............................(8)Elisha Kendall Lee ..........................(7)James Hancock Lee 1844-1865 ....................(6)Hancock Lee (#18) 1797-1860 m. 1. Mary Henderson .........................(7)Mary Henderson Lee 1825-1826 .........................(7)Virginia Payne Lee 1826-1839 .........................(7)Frances Elizabeth Lee 1827-1828 .........................(7)James Kendall Lee (#24) 1829-1861 .........................(7)Ellen Lee 1831-1841 .........................(7)William Hancock Lee 1834-1835 .........................(7)Charlotte Lee 1836-? .........................(7)Margaret Henderson Lee 1838-? .........................(7)Judith Burton Lee 1839-1839 .........................(7)Jane Barclay Lee 1841-1843 ......................Hancock Lee (#18 above) m.2. Martha Bickerton Drew ........................(7)Juliet Lee 1853-? ........................(7)Mary Rutherford Lee 1855-1880 m. Robert Somerville ........................(7)(Son) died 1857 as infant ........................(7)Carter Henry Lee 1859-1859 ....................(6)Virginia Payne Lee 1799-? m. Howell Lewis ...............(5)Hancock Lee (#11) m. Sinah Ellen Chichester ....................(6)Richard Kendall Lee ....................(6)Betty Lee ....................(6)Sarah McCarty Lee m. James Wren ....................(6)Mary Kendall Lee m. ____ Sangster ....................(6)Ann McCarty Lee m. John R. Ratcliffe ....................(6)Catharine Anne Lee m. George W. Wren ....................(6)Sinah Ellen Chicester Lee m. ____ Fitzhugh ....................(6)Dodridge C. Lee ....................(6)Hancock Lee ....................(6)William L. Lee ....................(6)Daniel C. Lee, died without issue ...............(5)Richard Lancelot Lee d. 1790, apparently never married ...............(5)Arthur Lee, no issue ...............(5)Mary Lee m. Archibald Campbell ...............(5)Elizabeth "Betty" Edward Lee m. Thomas Edwards ...............(5)Judith Lee m.1. ____ Pierce; m.2. John Blackwell ...............(5)Priscilla Lee 1770-1834 m. Griffin Edwards Hancock Lee (#2 above) m.2. Sarah Allerton .....(3)Isaac Lee 1707-1727 .....(3)John Lee ca 1709-1789 .....(3)Hancock Lee (#4) ca 1709-? m. Mary Willis ..........(4)Willis Lee d. 1774 ..........(4)Hancock Lee (#6) ca 1736-1815 m. Winifred Beale ...............(5)Willis Lee (#12) m. Mary Richards ....................(6)John Hancock Lee (#19) 1805-1873 m.1. Mary Willis Madison m.2. Fannie W ..................................Madison m.3. Mary Jones ........................(7)Laetitia Lee m. Robert Madison ........................(7)Nellie Conway Lee 1826-1875 ........................(7)Lewis Herman Lee 1849-1878 m. Georgia Garland .............................(8)Mary Madison Lee 1877-? ........................(7)Lizzie Madison Lee m. William Albert Bragg ........................(7)Norma Overton Lee m. John Brockenbrough Woodward ....................(6)Mary Willis Lee m. Thomas Scott Ashton ...............(5)Hancock Lee (#13) d. 1842 m. Susan Richards ....................(6)Anne Lee 1820-1862 m. John Howison ....................(6)Frances Lee 1822-? m. Robert Willis ....................(6)Mary Lee 1823-1860, unmarried ....................(6)Virginia Lee 1824-? m.1. Smith Rixey, m.2. A. Richards ....................(6)Ludwell Lee 1826-1855, unmarried ....................(6)Susan Lee 1830-? m. Horace Dodd ....................(6)Louisa Lee 1832-? died unmarried ....................(6)Thomas Lee 1834-? ....................(6)Henry Hancock Lee (#20) 1837-1860 m. Olivia Nutt .........................(7)Henry Hancock Lee (#25) 1866-? m. Meta Shumate ..............................(8)Mary Downman Lee 1892-? .........................(7)Annie Lee 1864-? .........................(7)Robert Edward Lee (#26) .........................(7)Mary Lee 1867-? .........................(7)Lucy Lee 1870-? .........................(7)Olivia Lee 1872-? .........................(7)Frances Lee 1874-? .........................(7)Ludwell Lee 1876-? .........................(7)Francis Lee 1879-? .........................(7)Alice Lee 1882-? ....................(6)William Lee 1840-1863 ...............(5)Thomas Lee (#14) m. ___ Bell ....................(6)Matilda Lee m. ___ Gaskins ....................(6)Jane Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Emeline Lee m. ___ Richards ...............(5)Elizabeth Lee m. ____ Sangster ...............(5)Arthur Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Pamela Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Mary Frances Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Anne Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)(Unknown) ..........(4)John Lee (#7) d. 1802 m. Elizabeth Bell ...............(5)John Hancock Lee m. Anne Lee, no issue ...............(5)Lewis Lee, married, but no issue ...............(5)Sarah Lee m. John Jordan Crittenden ...............(5)Matilda A. Lee m. Samuel McDowell Wallace ...............(5)Elizabeth Lee m. ____ Wilkinson ...............(5)Lucinda Lee m. R. H. Call ...............(5)Anne Lee m. ___ Price ..........(4)Henry Lee (#8) married, wife unknown ...............(5)Willis Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)Hancock Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)John Lee, died unmarried ...............(5)(Daughter) m. ____ Davis ...............(5)Anne Lee, m. John Hancock Lee, no issue ..........(4)Richard Lee, died unmarried ..........(4)Sarah Alexander Lee m. John Gillison ..........(4)Mary Willis Lee d. 1798 m. Ambrose Madison .....(3)Elizabeth Lee m. Zachary Taylor


-------------------- Great Grandfather of President Zachary Taylor -------------------- Born: Abt 1653, Northumberland Co., VA 660 Marriage: Sarah Allerton about 1700 660 Died: 25 May 1729, Northumberland Co., VA about age 76 660

Hancock married Sarah Allerton, daughter of Isaac Allerton, Jr. and Elizabeth Willoughby, about 1700.660 (Sarah Allerton was born about 1670 in Westmoreland Co., VA 660 and died on 17 May 1731 in Wicomico, Northumberland, VA 660.)

-------------------- The first Hancock Lee, as indicated above, was born in 1653 (actual date not known) at the Dividing Creek plantation in Northumberland County on the Northern Neck of Virginia. After the death of his father, Richard Henry, he eventually inherited the southern third of the Dividing Creek plantation, which he called Hancock’s Neck. Hancock I was married twice. He initially married Mary Kendall in 1675. She was born in 1661 at Newport House in Northhampton, Virginia and was the only daughter of Colonel William Kendall who owned the Newport House plantation and was a Burgess from Northhampton in 1657, 1662, 1663, and 1666 serving as Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1666. Unfortunately, Mary Kendall died on December 24, 1694 leaving Hancock I with 3 children (See below). In 1696, Hancock I was married for a second time to Sarah Allerton and had 4 more children (See below). Sarah Allerton was born in 1671 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Isaac Allerton of Westmoreland and the granddaughter of Issac Allerton who originally came over on the “Mayflower” establishing the “Plymouth” Colony in Massachusetts. On her Mother’s side of the family, she was a great-granddaughter of Elder William Brewster, who also came over on the “Mayflower” and was a leader of the Plymouth Colony. Sarah Allerton died on May 17, 1731. -------------------- Hancock Lee, son of Richard and Anna Lee, was born in 1653, probably at DividingCreeks, in Northumberland county, and died May 25, 1709, being buried at "Ditchley," where his tombstone can still be seen with its inscription perfectly legible. This burying ground was used by this branch of the family for several generations, probably until the estate was sold in 1789 to Colonel James Ball Jr., whose descendants own it to-day. Hancock Lee is supposed to have settled in Northampton at the time of his first marriage in 1675, and to have returned to Northumberland county about 1686. The record of the public positions held by him, perhaps only partial, seems to agree with this supposition. He was justice for Northampton county in 1677, and held a similar position in Northumberland in 1687 and 1699, and was also a burgess for Northumberland county in 1688. A list of civil offices, dated June 3, 1699, names him as the "Naval Officer and Collector of Virginia Dutys in Northumberland County;" another list of the date of 1702 mentions him as a justice, showing him to have been in commission at the time of his death. The Northern Neck land records show that Hancock Lee patented land in Richmond county, on both sides of Rappahannock Horsepen Run and adjoining his own land, on the north side of Occoquan, in Stafford county, at the heads of the branches of Chapowamsie, in Stafford, and adjoining the land of Captain Thomas Harrison.

It has usually been stated that Hancock Lee built the old Ditchley mansion about 1687, but there is no evidence to substatiate this traditions. It is not even positively known whether the immigrant lived at "Ditchley" or "Cobb's Hall." Hancock Lee's will was made December 31, 1706, and was probated at Northumberland Court House, July 20, 1709. Of Hancock Lee, Bishop Meade wrote: "That He was a patron of the Church is shown by the fact that he presented a communion cup to the parish in 1729. In honor either of himself or father, or the whole family, the parish was called Lee parish, as may be seen by the inscription on the cup. It was often called Wycomico. After the downfall of the parish Mr. Joseph Ball placed this and other pieces into my hands for preservation, in the hope that the day might come when the old Lee and more modern Wycomico parish might call for it again." The cup is now in use in the old Wycomico church. He married (first) in 1675. Mary, the only daughter of Colonel William Kendall; and (second) Sarah , daughter of Colonel Isaac Allerton, of Westmoreland. Children: William, born prior to 1682, died young and without issue before 1706; Anna, prior to January 5, 1682, and was living as late as October 1754 married (first) William Armistead, and (second) William Eustace; Richard born August 18, 1691; (by the second marriage): Isaac, 1707, died in England in 1727; John, born probably in 1709, died August 11 1789; Hancock, mentioned below; Elizabeth, born 1711, married Zachary Taylor.

HON.HANCOCK LEE, (2--4), of "Ditchley," Northumberland Co., Va., b. 1650; d. 1709; fourth son of Col. Richard and Anna ---- Lee, of Northumberland Co., Va. He served as Justice of Northampton Co., 1677; moved to Northumberland Co., in 1688, and built the ancestral home of "Ditchley ;" was a liberal supporter of the Established Church. and gave a Communion Cup to Ditchley Parish in 1711. He m. (first) 1675 Mary Kendall, 1661-1694 dau. Col. William Kendall, of "Newport House," Northampton Co., Va.; (second) Sarah Elizabeth Allerton, dau. of Col. Isaac and Elizabeth (Willoughby) Allerton, and gr.-dau. of Isaac Allerton, the "Mayflower Immigrant," and his wife, Fear His will names 2 granddaus. Anne and Kendal Lee, will dated 12-29-1685 pro. 7-28-1686. [p.334] Brewster, dau. of Elder William Brewster, founder of the Plymouth Colony, in New England. Issue by first marriage:

From Hancock Lee decended Zachary Taylor, 12 president of the United States.

-------------------- William LEE was born in 1646 in Northcumberland, Virginia. He was christened in Of, Surry, King And Queen, Va. He died in Sep 1696/1703 in Northcumberland, Maryland. He was buried in Northcumberland, Maryland. He married Alice FELTON in 1675 in , Northumberland, Va.

Alice FELTON was born in 1650 in Richmond, Co, Va. She was christened in Widow, Thomas, Felton, Charles City. She died about 1703 in St Stephen Parsh, King And Queen, Co, Va. She married William LEE in 1675 in , Northumberland, Va.

They had the following children:

 M i Richard LEE was born about 1677 in Surry, County, , Va. He was christened in Also, Of, King And Queen, Va. He died in , King And Queen, Va.  
 M ii Richard LEE was born about 1684 in Surry, County, , Va. He was christened in Also, Of, King And Queen, Va. He died on 10 Dec 1726 in N. Farnham, Parish, Richmond Co. Va..  
 M iii John Leigh LEA was born in 1677 in Of Lea Hall, Cheshire, England. He was christened in Land, Spotsylvania, Co, Va. He died on 5 Oct 1731 in Of, Surry, King And Queen, Va.  
 F iv Mary LEE was born in 1672 in Richmond, Westmoreland, Va, Area. She was christened in Second Husband, Schreever. She died in 1731.  
 M v William LEE was born in 1682. He died on 4 Dec 1717.  

Source: http://www.anusha.com/pafg569.htm#15747 --------------------

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.

From: http://www.leearchive.info/immigrant/index.html

From AGBI: Name: William Lee Birth Date: 1651 Birthplace: Virginia, Volume: 102 Page Number: 298 Biographical Info: Captain, a Burgess Reference: Colonial fams. Of the southern states of Amer. By Stella Pickett Hardy. Baltimore. 1958. (643p.):320

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about William Lee Name: William Lee Gender: male Birth Year: 1650 Spouse Name: Alice ??? Marriage Year: 1675

From Ancestry: William C. Lee married Alice Felton, he is the son of Richard Henry Lee and Ann Constable.

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).

Research from Dr. James Lawler on William Lee son of Richard Henry Lee and Ann Constable: 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. Well 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 remarried to Bartholomew Schriever who when 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.

Children of William Lee and Alice Fenton: 1. Mary 2. William 3. John 4. Richard (b. 1677 - d. 1726)

Source 1: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/f/i/n/Jacqueli-C-Finley/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0025.html

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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 - E.T.D.)

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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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 "beyonf 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 Ihave 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.

   * *Children of JOHN LEE and JANE HANCOCK are:

i. THOMAS3 LEE.

ii. JOHN LEE, b. September 1616.

iii. RICHARD LEE , (THE FOUNDER), b. 1608, Shorpshire, England; d. March 1, 1663/64, Cobb's Hall, Dividing Creek VA. RICHARD3 LEE , (THE FOUNDER) (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1608 in Shorpshire, England, and died March 1, 1663/64 in Cobb's Hall, Dividing Creek VA. He married ANNE CONSTABLE 1641 in Jamestown, VA, daughter of FRANCIS CONSTABLE.

   * *Children of RICHARD LEE and ANNE CONSTABLE are:

i. JOHN C4 LEE, b. 1643, VA; d. 1673.

ii. RICHARD LEE , (THE SCHOLAR), b. 1647; d. March 12, 1713/14, buried at Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., VA.

iii. FRANCIS LEE, b. 1648, VA; d. 1714.

iv. WILLIAM C LEE, b. 1651, VA; d. 1696. WILLIAM C4 LEE (RICHARD3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1651 in VA, and died 1696.

   * *Child of WILLIAM LEE is:

i. MARY 5 LEE (WILLIAM C4, RICHARD3, JOHN2, JOHN1). She married (FNU) HEATH.

Child of MARY LEE and (fnu) HEATH is:

i. THOMAS6 HEATH, m. WINIFRED JONES.

v. HANCOCK LEE, b. 1653, Dividing Creek, Northumberland, VA; d. May 25, 1709, Ditchley, Northumberland Co, VA..

vi. ELIZABETH LEE, b. 1654; d. Unknown.

vii. ANNE LEE, b. 1654, VA; d. 1701; m. THOMAS YOUELL.

viii. CHARLES C LEE, b. May 21, 1656, Cobbs Hall, Northumberland, VA; d. 1700, Northampton Co, VA.

From Academic Dictionaries & Encyclopedias - Richard Lee 1:

Notable descendants of Richard Lee I include signers of the Declaration of Independence Francis Lightfoot Lee and Richard Henry Lee, Revolutionary War general Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee, Confederate Civil War generals Robert E. Lee, Richard Taylor, William Henry Fitzhugh Lee and George Washington Custis Lee, President of the United States Zachary Taylor, Chief Justice of the United States Edward Douglass White, Governor of Maryland Thomas Sim Lee.

Children

  1. John Lee (1643-1673) of "Mount Pleasant", who never married
  2. Henry Lee (1643-1654), who died young
  3. Col. Richard Lee II, Esq. "the scholar" (1647-1715), who married Laetitia Corbin (ca. 1657-1706), daughter of Hon. Henry Corbin, Sr. (1629-1676) and Alice (Eltonhead) Burnham (ca. 1627-1684)
  4. Francis Lee (1648-1714) a merchant in England, who married Tamar ?
  5. Capt. William Lee (1651-1696), married Alice Felton in 1675 and fathered four children by her.
  6. Capt. Hancock Lee I, Hon. (1653-1709) of "Ditchley", who married 1) Mary Kendall (1661-1694); 2) Sarah Elizabeth Allerton (1671-1731), daughter of Col. Isaac Allerton Jr., Esq. (1630-1702) (son of Isaac Allerton of the "Mayflower") and his second wife, Elizabeth (Willoughby) Overzee Colclough, widow of Simon Overzee and George Colclough
  7. Anne Lee (1654-1701), who married Maj. Thomas Youell, Jr. (1644-1695), son of Thomas Youell (1615-1655) and Anne Sturman (d. 1672)
  8. Elizabeth Lee (1654-1714), who married 1) Leonard Howson, Sr. (1648-1704); 2) John Turberville (1650-1728), son of George Turberville IV (1638-ca. 1659) and Bridget
  9. Capt. Charles Lee, Sr. (1655-1701) of "Cobbs Hall", who married Elizabeth Medstand, daughter of Thomas Medstand (d. 1675)
 10. Ann Lee (1655), who died young

-------------------- SON OF COLONEL RICHARD -------------------- Birth: 1653 Northumberland County Virginia, USA Death: May 25, 1709 Ditchley Northumberland County Virginia, USA

Here Lyeth the Body of Hancock Lee, Seventh son of the Honorable Richard Lee, Who departed this Life May the 25th, Anno Domo 1729, Aeta 56 years. Also Mary his first Wife, only Daughter of William Kendall, Gent., Who departed this life December the 24th, Anno Domo 1694, Aeta 33 years. And Sarah, his last Wife, Daughter of Isaac Allerton, Esq., Who departed this Life May 17th Anno Domo, 1731, Aeta. 60 years. -------------------- Birth: 1653 Northumberland County Virginia, USA Death: May 25, 1709 Ditchley Northumberland County Virginia, USA

Here Lyeth the Body of Hancock Lee, Seventh son of the Honorable Richard Lee, Who departed this Life May the 25th, Anno Domo 1729, Aeta 56 years. Also Mary his first Wife, only Daughter of William Kendall, Gent., Who departed this life December the 24th, Anno Domo 1694, Aeta 33 years. And Sarah, his last Wife, Daughter of Isaac Allerton, Esq., Who departed this Life May 17th Anno Domo, 1731, Aeta. 60 years. -------------------- http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=110923906 Birth: 1650 Northumberland County Virginia, USA Death: May 25, 1709 Ditchley Northumberland County Virginia, USA

Here Lyeth the Body of Hancock Lee, Seventh son of the Honorable Richard Lee, Who departed this Life May the 25th, Anno Domo 1729, Aeta 56 years. Also Mary his first Wife, only Daughter of William Kendall, Gent., Who departed this life December the 24th, Anno Domo 1694, Aeta 33 years. And Sarah, his last Wife, Daughter of Isaac Allerton, Esq., Who departed this Life May 17th Anno Domo, 1731, Aeta. 60 years.

WILL OF HANCOCK LEE

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK (p.29); 1709

From Northumberland County Wills and Deeds 1706-1720 (p.79)

IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I Hancock Lee of the County of Northumberld. in ye Colony of Virga: being of sound and perfect sense & memory, blessed be God, doe make this my Last Will & Testamt. hereby revokeing all other and former Wills whatsoever by me made. Imprs. I comitt & comend my Soule to Almighty God that gave it me hopeing through the merritts of Jesus Christ my Redeemer that after this my sinfull life is ended to enjoy a ____ life and happiness with him in Heaven & my body to the Earth from whence it was taken, desireing the same may have a decent buryall as my Exers. or Trustees hereafter named shall think fitt;

Item. I give and bequeath to my deare Daughter, Mrs. Anna Armsteed, Tenn pounds Sterl: to be paid her the next Shipping after my decease, if shee survive me, otherwise the sd. Tenn pounds to be and remaine wholie to the use & benefitt of my Exers. hereafter named.

I give and bequeath unto my Son, Richard Lee, thirteene Silver Spoones they being sent for on purpose for him, they haveing engraved on the back side the handle the first two letters of his name and I doe likewise give to him, the said Richard Lee, my Silver hilted Swoard and belt with Silver buckles;

I give and bequeath unto my deare and Loveing Wife a Childs part of all my personall Estate if shee will be content with what the late Law of this Colony will give her (that is to say) a Third of all lands & Negroes dureing her life & them to whome of right in Law it doth belong, and my Will is further that my Wifes part be sett aside from the rest of my Estate in the first place whatsoever it be whether Thirds or Childs part but but note if my Debts be very considerable att my death, which hope in God they may not, then my desire is that soe much be sett apart of my Estate before anything be divided as may be thought by my Trustees to be sufficient to satisfie and pay my just debts and after my Wifes part is taken out, my Will is that all the rest of my Estate be divided into one part more then I have Children & my Son, Richard Lee, to have two parts upon Division & his Choise, that is to say, my Will is that my Son, Richard Lee, have a double portion of all my Estate after all my just debts & Legacies & my Wifes part out as indeed he ought to have by reason that a great part of the foundation of my Estate came by his Mother.

Item. My Will is that my Son, Richard Lee, be by my Trustees hereafter possessed of his Estate when he comes to the age of Eighteene which will be in ye yeare 1709, Augt. ye 18th.

Item. My Will & desire is that my Estate be divided with what possible speed may be after my death soe much being first sett apart as may be sufficient to satisfie and pay my just debts and Legacies and my Will is that my Son, Richard Lees, Estate that is to say his Negroes be kept and remaine workeing on the Land where they then are att my death & if any cropp then on the ground they to assist in the tending of it untill it be finished & then they to have their equall shares for the proper use of my said Son, Richard, & my Will is that my Son, Richard Lee, have two thirds of all the devidend of Land where I now live to worke his Servants upon with two thirds of all howseing on sd. Plantacon except the Dwelling House, Kitchin, Dairy & Sellars, the which the whole and sole use of untill my Sone, Richard Lee, come to the age of Eighteene & then he my sd. Son to have the whole use and benefitt of two thirds of all the houses & sellerage belonging to said Plantacon. And my Will is that if my Wife will not be obleidged to keep the said houseing, that shee has privilege of in as good repaire as they are at my death untill my Sone, Richard Lee, comes to the age aforesd. then my Will is that shee have but one third part assigned as speedily as may be after my death and I doe desire that soe much of ____ for Richards good as may be perrishable may be sold by my Trustees heresfetr named as they shall think fitt.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my Son, Richard Lee, the Devidend of Land I now live on being called by the name of Hancock Neck, to him, the said Richard Lee, and his heires for ever: And in case of his death before he comes of age of one & twenty or without heires of his body lawfully begotten, then the said Land to him her or either of their heires to whome the right of Law it doth belong, for ever; And I doe humbly begg my Honoble; & good Friend, Robt. Carter, Esqr., my deare Bro: Richard Lee, Esqr., and my Cozen, Capt. John Howson, that they would be pleased to take upon them the Trust & managemt. of my Estate & Children untill they come to lawfull age;

Item. I give and bequeath unto each of the said Gentl. abovenamed as Trustees Twenty shillings to buy a Ring to weare for my sake which I desire may be paid out of my Estate as soon as possible after my decease;

Item. My Will is that my Son, Richard Lee, have noe power att all to sell any Negroes without the consent of two of my good Friends abovenamed untill he come to the age of twenty one, hereby appointing my Sone, Richard Lee, whole & sole Exer. of this my Last Will. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & affixed my seale this 31st day of December one thousand seven hundred and six.

Hancock Lee

Sealed & signed in presence of Thomas Knight, Thomas Ingram, his mark Mary Knight, her marke

Die July 20th: 1709. This Will was proved in Northumberld. County Court to be the Last Will & Testamt. of Mr. Hancock Lee, deced., by ye oaths of Thomas Knight & Mary Knight, two of ye witnesses thereto, & is admitted to Record

Teste Tho: Hobson, Cl Cur

Vera Copia Test Tho: Hobson, Cl Cur Northumbria

BE IT KNOWNE unto all men by these presents that whereas I Hancock Lee of Northumberld. County in ye Colony of Virga: have made & declared my Last Will & Testamt. in writeing bearing date the last day of December 1706, I the said Hancock Lee by this present codicil doe confirme & ratifie my said Last Will & Testamt. & doe give and bequeath unto my Son, Isaac Lee, all my land which I have taken up above the Falls of Rappa: River (that is to say) three tracts to him and his heires for ever & my Will and meaning is that this Codicil or Schedule be adjudged to be part & parcell of my sd. Last Will & Testamt. and that all things therein contained & menconed be faithfully & truely performed as fully and amply in every respect the same were soe declared & sett downe in my Last Will and Testamt. In Witness whereof I the said Hancock Lee heve hereunto sett my hand & seale this first day of Janry: 1706.

Hancock Lee

Sealed & signed in presence of Thomas Knight, Thomas Ingram, his mark Mary Knigh, her mark

Die July 20, 1709. This Codicil was proved in Northumberld. County Court to be the act & deed of Mr. Hancock Lee, deced., by the Oaths of Thomas Knight & Mary Knight, two of the witnesses thereto & admitted to Record together with ye Will

Test Tho: Hobson, Cl Cur Northbria

BE IT KNOWNE unto all men by these presents that whereas I Hancock Lee of Northumberld. County in ye County of Virga: have made & declared my Last Will & Testamt. in writeing bearing date ye last day of December 1706, I the sd. Hancock Lee by this present Codicil doe confirme & ratifie my sd. Last Will & Testamt. & doe give & bequeath unto my Son, John Lee, all that tract of land I have taken up at Chopowamsick conteyning seventeene hundred & fifty acres to him, the sd. John Lee, & his heires for ever And if that Child that my Wife is now with Child of be a Boy, then my Will & bequest is that he have all the Land I have taken up above Occoquon or Sandy Run & Wolff Run to him and his heires, forever, but if it the Child my Wife now with Child prove a female then my Son, John Lee, to have all my land in Potomack to him and his heires for ever; And my Will and meaning is that this Codicil or Schedule be & be adjudged to be part and parcell of my sd. Last Will & Testamt. and that all things herein contained & menconed be faithfully and truely performed & as fully & amply in every respect as if the same were sett downe & declared in my Last Will and Testamt. In Witness whereof I the said Hancock Lee have hereunto sett my hand and seale this eighteenth day of May 1709

Hancock Lee

Sealed and signed in presence of Daniel Fieldin, Robert Spenser, his mark Eliza. Bell, her mark

Die Julii 20th: 1709. This Codicil was provd: in Northumberld. County Court to be the act and deed of Mr. Hancock Lee, deced., by ye oathes of Daniel Fielding & Robert Spencer, two of ye witnesses thereto & is admitted to Record, together with the Will

Test Tho: Hobson, Cl Cur

My Will and desire is that five pound be paid out of my Estate by my Trustees to the use of ye Parish Church for a peece of Communion Plate, And my Will is that Mr. Bartholomew Schreever be pd. by sd. Trustees three pound which I have reced. of his from a Gentleman in Maryland

Item. I give unto ye Mr. Joseph _______ Three pound to preach my funerall Sermon in Wiccocomoco Church. In Testimony hereof I have sett my hand and seale this 20th day of May 1709

Hancock Lee

Signed and sealed in presence of John Harris, Wm: Jones, Junr.

Die Julii 21: 1709. This Codicil was provd: in Northumberld. County Court to be ye act and deed of Mr. Hancock Lee by ye oaths of Mr. John Harris & Mr. Wm: Jones Junr., witnesses thereto & ye same is admitted to Record, together with ye Will

Test Tho: Hobson, Cl Cur

Vera Copa Test Tho: Hobson, Cl Curr Northbria

Die Martii 21: 1710. These coppies of Mr. Hancock Lees Will & Codicils thereto annexed were approved by ye Court upon the mocon of Capt. John Howson are admitted to Record

Test Tho: Hobson, Cl Cur Northbria

PARTIAL INVENTORY OF HANCOCK LEE

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK (p.33); 1710

From Northumberland County Deeds & Wills 1706-1720 (p.82)

In obedience to an Order of Northumberld. County Court dated ___________ wee the Subscribers did meet at ye House of Mr. Hancock Lee, deced., and did then and there appraise the said deced.s Estate as followeth

To 1 Negro man named Dick 50 yeares old. To 1 mulatto woman named Jane 40 yeares old. To 1 Negro girl named Frank 2 moneths old. To 1 Negro man nmaed Tony aged 21 yeares old: To 1 Negro woman named Frank 22 yeares old. To 1 Negro boy named John aged 1 yeare old. To 1 Negro woman named Nell aged 19 yeares old; To one lame girle with paine in her limbs named Sue 16 yeares: To 1 Negro girle named Wing aged 17 yeares: To 1 mulatto boy named Stephen aged 17 yeares. To one Negro man named Jack 20 yeares old: To 1 Negro man named Jennis aged 18 yeares: To 1 Negro man named Dick aged 16 yeares. To 1 Negro man named Will aged 17 yeares; To 1 Negro boy named Soloman aged 9 yeares: To 1 Negro boy named Guy aged 7 yeares; To 1 Negro girle named Jonary aged 15 yeares. To 1 Negro girle named Mary aged 3 yeares; To 1 mulatto boy named Noell aged 4 yeares: To 1 mulatto girle named Margt., aged 6 yeares; To 1 mulatto woman named Betty aged 45 yeares. To 1 Negro woman named Gelon aged 18 yeares; To 1 Negro boy named Will aged 3 moneths: To 1 Negro girle named Lucy aged 5 yeares: To 1 Negro boy named Emanuel aged 15 yeares: To 1 Negro boy named Tippott aged 17 yeares To 1 Negro boy named Peter aged 17 yeares: To 1 mulatto man named Tom Dubricks aged 24 years,

In the Hall To one Scrittore. To 1 silver Ink case & 2 Silver seales. To 1 case of Silver & physick weights, 1 pr. of brass scales & weights, one pound of twine, one caske, one large Turkey work carpt:, 1 Chest, 1 small ditto, one oval table, one large old table, 17 leather chaires, 1 gun, 1 gun ditto, 1 case of Pistolls & holsters, Carbine & belt, 1 cold still, 1 pair of Stilliards: 1 pair of small ditto.

In the Parlor. To 1 feather bed bolster pillows quilt, 1 pr. of sheets curtaines valense & bedsteed. To 1 feather bed, 2 pillows. To 1 feather bed bolster, 1 pillow bedsteed, blanketts & pair of sheets. To 1 Trundle bedsteed feather bed bolster small pillows blanketts and sheets: To 1 old Duck Table: To 1 Seale Skin Trunk: 1 chest, 1 cabinett, lookeing glass, box iron, 1 pr. of large tongs, one fire shovell, 1 Tinn candle box, 2 old cruetts, 2 old pepper boxes, 1 glass cup, 1 cutting knife, 1 pr. of old Silver buckles, 1 Cork Screw, one old Sword;

Parlor Closett. To 29 peeces of Earthen ware, 1 warming pann, 2 stone juggs, 1 old chest, 1 old pipe box, 1 old chest, 1 close stoole, 2 barrells old, 3 boxes small, one small earthen pott, 1 pr. of scales & weights: 1 sett of curtaines of printed Calico, much worne

Parlor Closett. To 1 pr. of Taylors sheers, 3 plates, 1 bason, 1 cupp, 2 muggs, 2 salts, 1 pr marking grove: 2 pr. of old wooll cords, one old flesh fork, 2 old dish panns & other lumber, four Ivory Combs, 21 Thimbles, a parcell of Tinn buttons, 1 peece of blew tape, 4 setts of knitting needles;

Parlor Chamber. To 3 fine blanketts 9 each; 1 pair of blanketts, 1 spotted rugg, 1 dark colored rugg, 1 large blew rugg: 2 peeces of white tape, parcell of old fillett, 1 linen bed cover, 1 table cloath & 13 napkins, 15 napkins, 1 new table cloath, 3 old ditto, 10 pillow cases, 4 small ditto, 3 towells:

Porch Chamber. To 1 large feather bed & furniture, 1 pr. of sheets, silk curtaines and valence, counterpane, cupboard cloth covering & chaires, 1 feather bed bolster 2 pillows, 1 suit of blew Shaloone curtaines & valence & quilt; 1 pr. course holland sheets, 1 pr. ditto, 3 pair of sheets, 4 pillow cases, 1 small old looking glass, 1 Sealskin trunk, 1 ditto with a drawr., 1 low leather Chaires, 1 white worsted rugg, 1 darke colored ditto, 1 old Chest, 2 chamber potts, 2 pr. of old sheets, one pair ditto;

In the Hall Closett. 1 large Table, 4 Common Prayer books, 2 old Bibles, 1 small ditto, 7 whole Duties of Man, old: To 1st, 2d, 3d parts of ye Pilgrims Progress, To 12 old books, 7 ditto, 3 ditto, 1 book of Lectures; 1 book ditto, 1 book intituled The Description of Alfrita. To 1 book writt by Purchase, 2 old Histories, 1 Physick Dictionary, 3 Law books, 6 Physick books, 1 Practice of Piety &c., & ye Tuchstone of Wills & Testamts, 17 quire of paper, 2 old ne paper books, 1 old trunk, 4 old shettles, 2 pr. sheep sheeres, shoemakers thread, old horse fleams, 1 case of Larietts, 1 small table & lumber in the Drawer, 8 peece of Earthen ware, 3 knives & forks, 1 ink case & pen knife, 4 wood handle knives, 1 portmantle, one Watch, 9 old tubbs;

In the Hall Chamber: To 1 large Virga: feather bed old bolster & 2 pillows; I English feather bed bolstr: & 2 pillowes, one bedsteed, 1 small couch bed, 1 English bed & bolster & two pillowes: 1 old Trunnell bedsteed, 4 turn'd flagg chaires: 1 carved chest, 1 old chest, 1 old leathr: trunk, 1 pair of brass andirons, brass tongs & shovell, 2 old blanketts 1 large rugg, 7 doz of mohair buttons, 4 gross of thread, 16 doz of mohair buttons, 7 peeces of Gape, 1 pound of Brimstone, 7 yeards of Crocus, 2 earthen chamber potts, 1 suit of old brod cloth curtaines and valence: 1 suit of camlett curtaines & valence:

Goods Belonging to ye Parlor Chamber: 1 new this Country feather bed bolster 2 pillowes, 2 sheets, 1 nett work counterpane, white curtaines & valance, tester cloth & head peece, pillow cases, sheets, blanketts & bedsteed, one seale skin trunk, 1 large chest, one looking glass, 2 large Turkey work chaires & 3 small leather chaires, 24 napkins, 12 Huccoback napkins, 4 hugoback tablecloths, 3 course linin table cloths, 3 pillows, 10 sheets, 1 diaper table cloth, 1 old table cloth, 1 large diaper table cloth, 12 old linin napkins, 1 table cloth, 19 napkins, 2 old diaper towells, 9 linen towells, 2 earthen chamber potts, 1 Alabaster saltsellar, 1 thin linen cupboard cloth, 1 old Silver tankard, 1 sugar box, 1 spoon, 1 candlestick, 1 candle snifter, 1 dram cup, all waying :88: ounces;

In the Citchen: To 3 old kettles waying 37 lb., 1 new kettle waying 17; 1 copper cooker waying 79; 4 old potts waying 89, spitts, pottracks, potthooks, 2 ring hooks, large brass candlesticks, iron candlesticks, iron pestles, large bellmettle skillett, double ring hook, frying pan, peiles piggins old tubbs, 7 good pewter dishes waying 42 pounds, 2 very large pewter dishes old waying 26: 2 doz & 10 plates, 12 pewter dishes waying 36, 2 dozn. of old plates, 14 old pewter dishes, 1 bedpan, 1 close stoole, 2 chamber potts, 1 gallon bason, 13 lb. of old pewter, 1 dozn. of spoones, 12 plate tranchers, 4 large earthen potts, 1 brazeele morter & pestle, 1 pair of stock cards, 1 pipkin;

SCHOOLE HOUSE. To 2 linen spinning wheeles, 1 Still & Worm & tubb, 2 Pipes, 4 old carde cases, 2 rumletts, 1 caske, 1 grindstone,

In ye Cellar: 2 grose of Bottles, 1 Stone Jugg, 3 Cyder left, 1 Coopers perse, 1 Shalop, foresaile & old ropes, 1 old Pipe box;

In the Little Store: 1 Jack, 95 pounds of old iron, 2 Coulters & 3 ploshears, 11 new gimletts, 4 markin irons, 2 bung borers & 1 small vice, 6 paire of dove tailes, 1 parcell of joyners tooles, 1 parcell of coopers tooles, 2 pcs. of Stirrup Leather & old bridle, 9 s. of Ginger, 18 case of bottles & old case, 8 pepper boxes, 1 feather bed bolster & 2 blanketts;

In the Dairie: To 8 earthen milk panns, 2 boules, 8 old tinn panns, 1 butter pott, 1 chamber pott, 1 old butter dish, 1 half bushell, 1 perk, 1 old sifter, 10 half hides of leather faun, 2 whipp saws, parcell of carpenters tooles, axes, wedges, curry comb, broken glass & lead, 1 flesh fork, sett of horse harness, some plow chaines, small graplin waying 84 lb., 2 pair of screws;

In the Stable: 1 parcell of old Iron, 2 1/2 barrells of Pitch, 10 gallon of Tarr, one old cart & old wheels, 1 old Ox Yoak hooks, 347 foot of plank, 1 woollen wheele & one pair of tow cards;

In the Porler: To 1 old Couch & Table

The Stock at ye home House. 51 Sheep, 6 draft Oxen, 2 Steers 7 yeares old, 3 steers 4 yeares: 6 steeres 3 yeares: 1 steer 2 yeares old; 7 heifers, 1 bull, 1 steer att 1 yeare old; 4 Heiffers 2 yeares old, 1 Heiffer 3 yeares old; 13 cowes, 1 bull, 1 cripple yearling, 5 old cowes, 12 clves, 1 large black gelding, 1 large bay gelding, 1 dark bey gelding, 1 yearling horse colt, 1 small bay mare, 1 white fleebitten mare, 1 young Chesnutt colrd: mare 1 hump backt Mare, 1 young black mare, 1 Rone Mare;

At ye Hills Quarter: 7 cowes, 32 heiffers, 1 yearling, 2 calves, cross cutt saw, iron pestle, falling ax, joynter & coopers ax, 1 New England buckett, one Grindstone;

At Robert Carters Esqr., To 1 Shallop old rigging, 1 Anchor & old Sailes Teste: Jno: Stepto, Maurice Jones, John Ingram

Die Martii 22d, 1710. This Coppy was presented by Capt. John Howson and by the Court approved and upon the sd. Howsons mocon the same is admitted to Record

Test Tho: Hobson, Cl Cur Northbria


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Parents:
 Richard Lee (____ - 1664)
 Anne Constable Lee

Spouses:
 Mary Kendall Young Lee (1661 - 1694)*
 Sarah Elizabeth Allerton Lee (1670 - 1731)*

Children:
 Hancock Lee (1709 - 1762)*
 Elizabeth Lee Taylor (1709 - 1753)*

Siblings:
 Richard Lee (1644 - 1714)*
 Hancock Lee (1650 - 1709)
 William Constable Lee (1650 - 1696)*
 Charles Lee (1656 - 1701)*
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Burial: Ditchley Hall Cemetery Ditchley Northumberland County Virginia, USA


Created by: MGBVA Record added: May 21, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 110923906

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