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Ralph Albritton, Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Charles Parrish, York Co. VA
Death: Died in York Co. VA
Place of Burial: Charles Parish Cemetery, York, Virginia, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Joseph Albrighton and NN Albrighton
Husband of Mary Albritton
Father of Thomas Albritton; John Albritton; Charles Albritton; William Albritton; Ralph Albritton and 5 others
Brother of Joyce Wooten

Occupation: Saddler, Planter/Farmer
Managed by: Private User
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About Ralph Albritton, Sr.

Source 1:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=richarda&id=I077

Contact: Laurel Email: shannon50@gmail.com

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  1. D: I077
  2. Name: Ralph Albritton 1 2
  3. Sex: M
  4. Birth: 1656 in York Co., VA
  5. Death: 21 JAN 1701 in York Co., VA, Charles Parish Cemetery

Father: Joseph Albrighton b: ABT 1635 in Staffordshire, England

Mother: unknown wife of Joseph Albrighton b: ABT 1635 in England

Marriage 1 Mary Wooten b: ABT 1660 in Isle of Wright County, VA

   * Married: ABT 1681 in York County, VA

Children

  1. Thomas Albritton b: 1 AUG 1682 in Charles Parish, York County, VA
  2. Edward Albritton b: 17 DEC 1686 in York Co., VA
  3. John Albritton b: 2 SEP 1688 in York Co., VA
  4. Charles Albritton b: 1690 in York Co., VA
  5. William Albritton b: 7 JUL 1691 in York Co., VA
  6. Ralph Albritton b: 10 JUL 1696 in York Co., VA
  7. Richard Albritton b: 19 AUG 1698 in York Co., VA
  8. Benjamin Albritton b: 22 JUL 1700 in York Co., VA

Sources:

  1. Title: Albritton's of the Second Millennuim by Bobbie G Albritton pp. 26-28
     Text: Bobby Albritton places Ralph Albritton as the child of Joseph Albrighton, not Francis Albrighton, as some researchers do. It appears there were several Albrighton men who came to Virginia over a short time frame, and stayed in contact with one another. There is no proof Ralph is the son of Joseph, only reasonable deduction.
  2. Title: Ottis Albritton
     Author: Ottis Albritton
     Publication: Compilation of Research
     Note: Ottis Albritton named is manuscript, "Albritton Family Chart Virginia-North Carolina-Georgia-Louisiana-Mississippi". The manuscript was given to Laurel Shannon Albritton by Hugh Hilton Albritton, Jr., nephew of Ottis Albritton.
     Note: Excellent
     Repository:
     Media: Manuscript
     Text: Reference Charles Parish, York County, VA, History and Register 1648-1789, pp; 42-43 and 201.
     In 1690, Ralph Albritton, age 33, makes a deposition against Thomas Charles in favor of Thomas Harwood. 
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-------------------- info from ancestry.com

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  1. ID: I0123
  2. Name: Ralph Albritton (1)
  3. Sex: M
  4. Birth: 1656 in York County, Virginia
  5. Death: 21 JAN 1700/01 in York County, Virginia - Charles Parish Cemetery

Father: Joseph ALBRIGHTON b: ABT. 1633 in Staffordshire, England

Mother: UNKNOWN b: WFT Est. 1615-1640

Marriage 1 Mary WOOTEN b: ABT. 1660 in York County, VA

   * Married: ABT. 1681 in York County, Virginia
   * Note: Ralph Albritton was born in York County, Virginia about 1656 and is believed to be the son of Joseph Albrighton of York County. Ralph was the first to change the spelling of his name from Albrighton to Albritton. His name first appears in the records of York County in 1689 concerning the theft of some hogs. Although the hogs were killed at his house, Ralph was not accused of any wrong doing. He went to court as a witness in the case and made a deposition stating that on the 24th of January 1689, he was 33 years old. His name also appears several times as a witness in abstracts of deeds, wills, and court orders of York County. He was a witness to the will of James Foresyth February 2, 1695 in York County. Ralph married Mary_________ around 1681 in York County. He was a planter and farmer as were most of his peers. They had seven male children as listed in the Register of Charles Parish in York County. There may have been other children that are not listed in the register. Ralph is believed to have died on January 21, 1701 in York County. Ralph Albritton was originally thought to have been a son of George Albrighton and grandson of Francis Albrighton of York County, Virginia. However, a restudy of the wills and deeds of York County prove that this is incorrect. The male children of Francis including George left no male heirs. There is circumstantial evidence that he was the son of Joseph Albrighton of York County. References: Dorman, op.cit., York Deeds, Wills & Orders, 1687-1691, Part 2, ppp. 36 York County, Va. Deeds, Wills, and Orders, Vol.8, p. 385, 1687-1691. York County, Va. Deeds, Wills, and Orders, Vol.8, p. 386, 1687-1691. Dorman, John Frederick-Deeds, Wills, & Court Orders of York Co., Va. 1694-1697, Part 2, p. 69. Bell, Landon C.-Records of Charles Parish, York Co., Va., 1648-1739, pub. Virginia State Library Board, 1932, pp. 40, 43, 201. 

Children

  1. Thomas Albritton (2) b: 1 AUG 1682 in York County, Virginia
  2. Edward Albritton (2) b: 17 DEC 1686 in York County, Virginia
  3. John Albritton (2) b: 2 SEP 1688 in York County, Virginia
  4. Charles Albritton (2) b: 1690 in York County, Virginia
  5. William Albritton (2) b: 7 JUL 1691 in York County, Virginia
  6. Ralph (2) b: 10 JUL 1696 in York County, Virginia
  7. Richard Albritton (2) b: 19 APR 1698 in York County, Virginia
  8. Benjamin (2) b: 22 JUL 1700 in York County, Virginia

Sources:

  1. Title: Albritton's of the Second Millennuim by Bobbie G Albritton pp. 26-28
     Text: Bobby Albritton places Ralph Albritton as he child of Joseph Albrighton, not Francis Albrighton, as some researchers do. It appears there were several Albrighton men who came to Virginia over a short time frame, and stayed in contact with one another. There is no proof Ralph is the son of Joseph, only reasonable deduction.
  2. Title: Ottis Albritton
     Author: Ottis Albritton
     Publication: Compilation of Research
     Note: Ottis Albritton named is manuscript, "Albritton Family Chart Virginia-North Carolina-Georgia-Louisiana-Mississippi". The manuscript was given to Laurel Shannon Albritton by Hugh Hilton Albritton, Jr., nephew of Ottis Albritton.
     Note: Excellent
     Repository:
     Media: Manuscript
     Text: Reference Charles Parish, York County, VA, History and Register 1648-1789, pp; 42-43 and 201.
     In 1690, Ralph Albritton, age 33, makes a deposition against Thomas Charles in favor of Thomas Harwood. 
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Ralph Albritton, Sr.'s Timeline

1656
1656
Charles Parrish, York Co. VA
1681
1681
Age 25
York, Virgninia
1682
August 1, 1682
Age 26
Charles Parish, York, Virginia, United States
1686
December 17, 1686
Age 30
Charles, Virginia, United States
1688
September 2, 1688
Age 32
Charles, Virginia, United States
1690
1690
Age 34
Charles Parish, York, v, United States
1691
July 7, 1691
Age 35
Charles, Virginia, United States
1692
July 10, 1692
Age 36
Charles, Virginia, United States
1696
July 10, 1696
Age 40
Charles Parish, York, Virginia, United States
1698
April 19, 1698
Age 42
Charles, Virginia, United States