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Thomas Harris, Jr. MP (1636 - 1688)

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Lt. Col. Nathaniel West MP (c.1592 - 1623)

Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19 Search Results | Print -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nathaniel WEST (AFN: LSF2-S...

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Edward Gurgaynie, Ancient Planter MP (c.1582 - 1620)

Two ships John & Francis and Phoenix, collectively known as "the First Supply," left London for the newly established settlement in Virginia.—"Edward Gurgana" was one of those on board the Phoen...

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Col. John Flood MP (1591 - 1658)

"COLONEL JOHN FLUDD GENT.\ FLOOD was baptized on 18 Mar 1592 in Canterbury, Saint Paul, England. He died in 1658 in Surry Co.Virginia. Col. John Flood of James City and Surry Counties, Virginia, arrive...

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Allen Warren, Sr. (1662 - 1738)

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Captain Thomas Warren, I MP (1624 - 1670)

Thomas Warren, Gentleman, is thought to have been born at Ripple Court, Kent, England and is thought to have been the same that died in Surry County, Virginia. He came to Virginia in 1640, served as a ...

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John Lightfoot, Hon. (1596 - 1648)

XXX. CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS: ANCIENT PLANTERS: INTRODUCTION The following list includes those who are known to have come to Virginia before the close of the year 1616, survived the massacre, appear i...

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Capt. Thomas Harris, Sr. MP (1585 - 1658)

(see #29) Thomas Capt.6 Harris (William Sr.5, Arthur4, William3, Arthur2, William1) was born 1586 in Crixse,Essex, England, and died 1658 in Henrico, Virginia. He married (1) Adria Gurganey 1611 in H...

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William Spencer, Ancient Planter MP (1560 - 1654)

Arrived Jamestowne, Virginia 1607 or 1611. Either with the Susan Constance or the Sarah. Records show his active involvement with colony. "Sail w/ Cap. John Smith's 1st Expedition arrived 10/13/1607 ...

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Robert Sweete Ancient Planter (1544 - d.)

Robert Sweete born Norfolk, Wyndomshire, England. (Alt. dob September 10, 1599.) Late 1500's,, arrived in Elizabeth Cittee VA in 1618 on the Ship Neptune.Was a member of the House of Burgess, listed in...

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Richard Kingsmill MP (1604 - c.1638)

Served as a representative from James City in the General Assemblies of 1624, 1625, and 1629.

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Capt. Thomas Willoughby, Ancient Planter MP (1601 - 1657)

Sir Thomas Willoughby b. 1587 England d. bef Apr 1657. parents: Thomas Willoughby b: 1571 in Bore Place, Kent, England & Elizabeth Middleton b: 1575 in Kent, England The name of his wife is unp...

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Rev. Samuel Maycock (c.1594 - 1622)

Upon his arrival in the Virginia colony, Samuel MAYCOCK was made a member of the Council in the first Virginia General Assembly in 1619 by Sir George YEARDLEY and continued in office under Sir Franci...

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Sarah Pace, Jamestown Orphan MP (c.1621 - 1658)

Sarah Maycock "the Jamestown orphan" Birth: 1621 - Jamestown, James City, Virginia Death: 1655 - , Virginia, USA Parents: Samuel Maycock, Mary Pierce Husband: George Pace AKA: Maycox, Mayco...

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Thomas Grey, Ancient Planter MP (1595 - 1654)

Thomas Gray (c.1593-1658) b.1593 England. d.1658 James City, VA. Issue: 4 sons: William, Thomas, John and Francis Gray. Virginia Colonist from 1608: Jamestown, VA. colonist; age...

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Capt. William Perry of Westover MP (1592 - 1637)

Isabella was widowed in her mid-thirties and quickly remarried her husband’s good friend and neighbor, William Perry. Their remarriage was necessary, as in all frontier communities, for the shel...

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Isabella Menife MP (1589 - 1629)

a record of May 9, 1625, shows that Isabella, now known as Mistress Perry, testified at a witchcraft trial. from Part Two: On From Jamestown. By Martha Pace Gresham We must talk of Isabella Smy...

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Richard Pace, Jr., Ancient Planter MP (c.1580 - 1627)

Richard Pace, "Ancient Planter" Parents: Richard Pace, Alice Reade Married: Isabella Smyth ----------------------------------------------------------------- Jamestown was saved by the war...

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John Price, Ancient Planter MP (c.1584 - c.1628)

John Price was born about 1584 in Brecknock, Wales. He died between 1628 and 1630 at the age of 44 in Virginia. The term "Ancient Planter" is applied to those persons who arrived in Virginia before 161...

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William Capps, House of Burgesses (1575 - 1629)

William Capps (occasionally spelled Capp or Cappes) was born in Norfolk County, England in or around 1575.[1] William married Catherine Jernagin (also spelt Katheryn Jermingham) in Norwich, Norfolk Cou...

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William Powell, (Capt.) (c.1587 - 1623)

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Thomas "The Ensign" Savage MP (c.1594 - 1635)

According to Encyclopedia Virginia , "... almost nothing is known of Savage's life before 1607, when the boy left England on the John and Francis with the so-called First Supply of Jamestown colonists....

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Francis Mason, Jr., MP (c.1584 - 1648)

Lt. Francis Mason (1st), Cavalier & Adventurer, and Ancient Planter of Jamestown, Virginia Company. Lt. Francis Mason (1), is the American Patriarch of this genealogy (Torrence & Allied Families) arriv...

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John Johnson II (c.1623 - 1681)

John Johnson, born about 1590, earned the title of 'Yeoman and Ancient Planter' by arriving in Virginia before 1616, remaining for at least three years, surviving the massacre of 22 March 1622, and r...

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Capt. William Tucker, of Kicoughtan, Virginia MP (1589 - 1644)

Capt William Tucker was NOT the son of William and Honor (Erisye)Tucker of Exeter Devon despite what has been frequently published on the Web and in other places. There are many sources that establish ...

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Sergeant William Sharpe (1584 - 1635)

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Thomas Garnett MP (1585 - 1635)

Thomas Garnett, Ancient Planter , (1) was born in 1585, probably in Lancashire, England. He died after 1635 probably in Essex County, Virginia. Parents: not proven (see Family Notes) Events 161...

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Jabez Whitaker, Capt (1595 - 1626)

(Ancestors Gladys Clifton Wallace) -------------------- Jabez Whitaker, youngest son of Dr. William A. Whitaker and his second wife, Joan Taylor, was born in Dec 1595, a few days after Dr. Willia...

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John Graye Proctor, Ancient Planter MP (c.1583 - 1627)

Additional Curator's Notes It is extremely important when working with the Proctor immigrants to Virginia and Massachusetts to trace the line back to England as well as forward to the Colonies. ALL o...

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William Richardson, Sr. MP (c.1640 - 1697)

William RICHARDSON , Sr.(son of Robert RICHARDSON and Susannah SMITH) was born on 3 Apr 1640 in Nunwick Hall, Cumberland, England. He was a Quaker - Minister of the West River Meeting in Anne Arundel, ...

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Anne Clay MP (c.1590 - 1660)

Ann Nichols WikiTree FREE Birth: 1594 - Charles City,, Virginia, USA Death: 1660 - Charles City, Virginia, USA Husband: John Thomas Clay Child: Charles Clay View record

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Susan Warren (c.1597 - 1673)

She was not the wife of Thomas Warren. "Susan the relict of Robert Greenleafe" married Thomas Markham on 11 July 1636. On 11 July 1637 there is a reference to Susan Markham, relict of Robert Greenleafe...

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Robert Greenleaf (c.1581 - d.)

He came to Virginia on the Tryall in August 1610. He made two more trips in 1618 and in 1620. In 1624, he brought his young wife, Susan, aged 23, and their two children, Thomas, aged 3 and Anne, aged 2...

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Elizabeth Lupo / Chandler MP (c.1597 - 1635)

From : Glenn J. Hill has an interesting research thread going regarding the maiden surname of Elizabeth Lupo who married John Chandler born 1600. He has put forth the supposition that perhaps our Eli...

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Lieut. Albiano Lupo MP (c.1579 - c.1626)

From www.lupo.org: Among the second wave of settlers in 1610, a gentleman by the name of Albiano Lupo arrived in America onboard a ship called The Swan. Predating the Pilgrims by ten years, Albiano, ...

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Farrar (Pharaoh) Flinton (1576 - 1652)

No record has been found of Joseph's activities in Virginia between his arrival in 1613 and the muster of Virginia settlers in February 1624/25 in which he is listed at Elizabeth City with his wife E...

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Jane Flinton (c.1576 - d.)

No record has been found of Joseph's activities in Virginia between his arrival in 1613 and the muster of Virginia settlers in February 1624/25 in which he is listed at Elizabeth City with his wife...

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Edward Grendon MP (1560 - 1628)

George Sandys, who served as Jamestown's inaugural resident treasurer from 1621-25, sold his 400 northside acres in James City to Edward Grendon in the 1620s. When Grendon passed away in 1628, he left ...

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Governor Sir George Yeardley MP (1588 - 1627)

Temperance Flowerdew is documented as a wife of Governor Sir George Yeardley. Alice Bradley and Sarah NN are not. Sir George Yeardley (1587 - 1627) was a plantation owner and three time colonial Gove...

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Temperance Yeardley MP (c.1587 - 1628)

Temperance Flowerdew survived a hurricane at sea and ate rats for dinner, and she arrived in Jamestown in August 1609, just in time for the winter famine that followed. She lived through that harrowi...

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Capt. Thomas Graves, Gent. MP (c.1584 - 1635)

From the Graves Family Association page covering ongoing research into the Graves family history: CAPT. THOMAS GRAVES OF VA, ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS WHAT IS KNOWN: Not only is Capt. Thomas Gr...

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Unity Ursula Croshaw (Daniels) MP (1576 - 1624)

Ursula Daniels F, #16547, b. circa 1615, d. before 1635 Father Peter Daniel, Esq. b. 1584, d. 18 Apr 1652 Mother Christian Grosvenor b. 4 Nov 1587, d. 1663 Ursula Daniels Mary Croshaw is probab...

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Capt. Raleigh Croshaw, Ancient Planter MP (1584 - 1667)

Raleigh Croshaw (sometimes spelled Crashaw or Crowshaw) was born in 1584 in Croshaw, Lancashire, England. He was the son of Joseph Croshaw (b.1561). Raleigh came to Jamestown in the Second Supply the...

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Joseph Cobb Sr. MP (1588 - 1654)

     No record has been found of Joseph in Virginia between his arrival in 1613 and the muster of Virginia settlers in February 1624/25 in which he is listed at Eliza...

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John Chandler, Sr. MP (c.1600 - c.1658)

From The Chandler Family Association: The Chandler Family Association John Chandler of Virginia 1600 - 1658 NOTE: This is a biographical sketch. Many more details are to be found in the March...

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William Burdett (1680 - 1643)

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John L. Brewer II (of VA) MP (1614 - 1669)

Was not married to Ann Skinner 4th generation: John Brewer II, married Anne Reade. He settled on the 1000-acre grant of his step-father, Rev. Thomas Butler. He also held his father's plantation "...

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John L. Brewer, I (VA) MP (1565 - 1635)

1st generation: William Brewer was born 1520 and died 1618 (age 98). He married Deannes Baker. They had a son: Thomas 2nd generation: Thomas Brewer was born in 1540 in Somerset, England and die...

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John Brewer (1594 - 1636)

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John Box (1599 - 1636)

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Richard William Biggs (1585 - c.1626)

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Capt. Robert Beheathland (c.1580 - c.1628)

Robert Beheathland was the son of Richard Beheathland of St Endellion, County Cornwall, probably born between 1580 and 1585. When Richard died sometime before October 1635, his will listed two sons, Ro...

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Mary Beheathland (1586 - 1670)

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Rev. Andrew Baker, Jr. (1749 - 1815)

Rev.Andrew served as a chaplin during the Rev.War .Under Capt.Isaac Ruddles A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A004862 He was a Chaplain in t...

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Thomas Bagwell (c.1642 - 1690)

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Henry Bagwell (1589 - 1660)

Arrived at Jamestown, VA, in May of 1610 on board the Deliverance, which, along with the Patience, was built with Bermudan cedar and recovered timber from the Sea Venture. The Sea Venture had blown off...

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William Askew (1589 - c.1645)

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William Andrews MP (c.1592 - 1654)

---William Andrews, Sr. came to VA in 1617. He was Court Commissioner and Burgess 1633 to 1634 in Accomack County, Va.. He was court justice and Lt. Col in militia 1640 to 1655 in Northampton County, V...

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Captain James Davis MP (1580 - c.1634)

Captain James Davis was born between 1575 and 1580 in England.1 He was the son of Sir Thomas Davis. Captain James Davis married Rachell Keyes circa 1607/8 in England. It is assumed they married either ...

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Rachel Davis (1590 - 1633)

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Samuel Jordan, of Jordan's Journey MP (c.1578 - 1623)

Please see the site that Erica Howton discovered on the excavation of Jordan's Point and Jordan's Journey. It is fascinating and shows relics recovered (including possibly Samuel Jordan's bones) relate...

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Anne Clay MP (c.1590 - d.)

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Capt. John Thomas Claye, VI MP (c.1588 - 1655)

Captain John Clay came to Jamestown, Virginia aboard the "Treasurer," in 1613. A soldier in the British army, John gained the rank of Captain by the age of 21 and was sent to Virginia to control proble...

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Dianna Clarke MP (c.1580 - d.)

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Edward Clark, Ancient Planter of Virginia MP (1603 - c.1666)

He was listed as an ancient planter of Virginia, 1614-16, and again in Feb 1623. In 1624, he was awarded 200 acres by the Virginia Company, as a result of his late father's service. While the identity ...

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Col. William C. Claiborne MP (c.1600 - c.1677)

William Claiborne From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Secretary of State for the Virginia Colony In office 1626–1634 Parliamentary Commissioner and Secretary of the Virginia Colony In offi...

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Captain John Rolfe, Ancient Planter MP (1585 - 1622)

Rolfe, John 1585 – He was born this year in Norfolk, England. At the time, Spain held a virtual monopoly on the lucrative tobacco trade within Europe. Most Spanish colonies in the New World we...

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Thomas Harris, of Isle of Wight MP (1616 - 1672)

He came to Virginia at the age of eight (8). He received a grant of forty (40) acres in the Isle of Wight in 1652. He lived in Charles City County, Virginia at West Shirley Hundred before moving to Isl...

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Andrea Harris MP (c.1598 - 1626)

From the book "Southside Virginia Families, Volume 2" By John B. Boddie, John Bennett Boddie Adrai was an Ancient Planter. This meant that she came to Virginia before November 1616, the time of the g...

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Cecily Reynolds MP (c.1601 - 1660)

Cicely Reynolds , born betw 1593 and 1604 in Dorset, England; died 1677 in Farrar's Island, Henrico Co., VA. She was also known as Sisley or Cesley Greene, Reynolds, Farrar, Jordan, Bayley , and Montag...

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Mary Boulding MP (1590 - 1670)

Mary BOWLING [Parents] was born about 1590. She married Thomas BOULDING III before 1610. They had the following children: M i Thomas BOULDIN was born 1618 in Virginia. M ii William BO...

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Capt. John Ward, Ancient Planter MP (c.1598 - 1623)

Charles E. Hatch, Jr. in his book, The First Seventeen Years Virginia 1607-1624 (pp 73-74) writes that CAPTAIN JOHN WARD arrived in the Colony of Virginia on April 22, 1619 aboard the ship Sampson with...

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John Burrowes, Sr. MP (1594 - 1628)

Information from: The Families of LOU DRAPER & CHARLIE MARTIN of Johnson and Henry Counties, Missouri" by James M McMillen, Arlington, Texas. Published in .pdf format 13 January 2010 THE BURRUS NAME ...

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Rev. Richard Bucke MP (c.1580 - c.1624)

Richard Bucke was an Anglican minister who came to Jamestown in 1610, performed the marriage ceremony for Pocahontas and John Rolfe in 1614, and in 1619 opened with prayer the first legislative assembl...

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William Bouldin MP (1624 - 1671)

The Bouldin Saga by Katherine Harbury states that the first provable was William l born about 1624-1630 and married Rachael Lewis? from which he later separated. His marriage to Rachael is devoid of su...

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William Coxe, I MP (c.1598 - 1656)

In 1611, four years after Newport's early explorations, Sir Thomas Dale left Jamestown to establish a settlement upriver. Relations with the Indians had steadily deteriorated since 1607, and Dale's com...

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Thomas Boulding, III MP (1579 - 1655)

Thomas BOULDIN b. 13 Aug 1579, Warwickshire, England, (son of Thomas BOULDING and Elinor ASTON) m. BEFORE 1610, in England, Mary UNKNOWN, US Immigration: 1610, Near or in Jamestown Colony. Thomas d...

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