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Richmond Terrell MP (1624 - 1680)

Came to Virginia from Reading, Berkshire, England about 1656, bought lands, also had a grant of 640 acres in New Kent on the west side of the York River, November 28, 1658 and too another grant of land...

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Elizabeth Hammond (1660 - 1717)

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John Haynie (c.1590 - c.1635)

John Haynie, b. 1590, immigrated to the U.S. aboard the "Margrett and John, " out of the Port of London. Records suggest he was about 27 years old, and already married, though his wife, Elizabeth, arri...

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Capt. Richard Haynie MP (1652 - 1724)

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Capt. John Haynie MP (1624 - 1697)

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John Mann (1619 - 1673)

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Mary Ann Hampton (c.1652 - c.1690)

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Capt. John Moone MP (1600 - 1655)

Capt. John Moone was born 24 Jun 1601 in Parish, Hampshire, England, and died 12 Aug 1655 in Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight, Virginia, United States. He was the son of William Moone and Ann Woodman. (o...

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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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John Bright (1640 - 1720)

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Needham Bryan, I MP (1690 - 1770)

In 1721, Needham patented 640 acres of land in Bertie County on the Moratuck River. (NC Colonial Records, II, p. 426). In 1726, he purchased 210 acres called Snowfield Plantation. He and his three wi...

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John Robinson (1683 - 1749)

John was born at Hewick. He lived there with his wife Catherine Beverly where seven children were born of his union. This son John inherited all of his uncles Bishop John Robinson's Estate in England. ...

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Anne A. Mayo MP (1685 - 1743)

Anne Mickelburough was born c. 1689 (some sources say as early as 1678) in Middlesex, Virginia. She was the daughter of Edmond Mickelburough. She married (1) John Bourke or Burk c.1697 and had one son....

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Valentine Mayo (1685 - 1716)

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Maj Robert Overton Harris, Sr. MP (c.1696 - 1765)

Major in Virginia Militia; First surveyor of Louisa County, VA in 1742; represented Hanover County in House of Burgesses. Oldest son of Wm & Temperance Harris. Will proved 8 Aug 1765.----------------...

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Augustine Hunnicutt, Jr. (1671 - c.1743)

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Rev. Thomas Hampton MP (1623 - 1690)

Rev. Thomas Hampton, born 16 Apr 16__ in Elizabeth City County, Virginia, sailed for England in 1625 and enrolled at New College, Oxford 3/11/1625, at age of sixteen. If he was 16 when he entered colle...

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Edward Wade II MP (1640 - 1682)

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Anne Gorsuch MP (1611 - 1652)

After the death of her husband Mrs. Anne (Lovelace) Gorsuch Chose the colony of Virginia for her home, and with her younger children settled in Lancaster county , to which she came probably as early as...

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Richard Hakluyt, M.A., D.D. MP (c.1553 - 1616)

Richard Hakluyt From WIkipdedia: Richard Hakluyt (/ˈhæklʊt/, /ˈhæklət/, or /ˈhækəlwɪt/;[1] 1553 – 23 November 1616) ...

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William Hancock, Sr. MP (1580 - 1622)

About the plaque shown on this profile it is commemorating the Indian Massacre plot at Jamestown, 3-22-1622. It is not a coincidence that William Hancock died at Jamestown on 3-22-1622. He came to Ja...

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Mary Bird MP (1660 - 1710)

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Thomas Byrd, "of Martin's Brandon", Surry (1650 - 1687)

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Capt. Nicholas Wyatt, of Prince George MP (c.1650 - 1720)

This is Nicholas Wyatt of Prince George, VA. Do not confuse with Nicholas Wyatt of Anne Arundel, MD - they may possibly be related but are not the same person. Much background here: notes In 1686...

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Captain Charles Barham (c.1626 - 1683)

source: Capt Charles BARHAM was born about 1626 in East Hall, East Sutton, Kent, England. He died about Sep 1683/1690 in , James City, VA. He married Elizabeth RIDLEY on 2 Feb 1665 in , Surry, Va. ...

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Elizabeth Barham (c.1640 - 1694)

a) Birth record abt 1628; 1684 Order Records Surry Co VA Bk1671/90 pg428 - Upon request of Mrs Elizabeth Barham, executrix of Capt Barham it is ordered that Edward Tanner, William Hancock, and John Rut...

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William Boddie MP (1633 - 1712)

-------------------- -------------------- Note: The Parentage of William Boddie is not definitely proven, he is probbly the son of John and Mary Boddie of Longon and Ingatestone, Essex.

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Katherine Graves MP (c.1586 - 1636)

Very little is known about Katherine, wife of Capt. Thomas Graves.  Her maiden name may have been Croshaw. (There was a Raleigh Chroshaw, Gent., who arrived with the second supply with Thomas Gr...

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Thomas Buckner (1670 - 1744)

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Devereaux Browne (b. - 1674)

Browne, Deveraux, was one of the first justices of Accomac county as created anew in 1663, and was burgess in September, 1663. from: [Page 197]

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John Atkins (c.1589 - c.1623)

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John Moore of Elizabeth City MP (c.1584 - 1676)

It seems certain that the John Moore mentioned by most emigrated, age 36, from England to Virginia in 1620, in the ship 'Bona Nova', followed in 1622 by his wife Elizabeth in the 'Abigail'. Elizabeth's...

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Priscilla Barham (c.1671 - c.1720)

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Col. William Swann (c.1585 - 1638)

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Judith Greene Swann (c.1589 - 1636)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via son Alexander Swann by SmartCopy : Mar 28 2015, 14:29:17 UTC

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Joseph Chew (c.1637 - 1715)

Birth also reported as 1716. Joseph Chew dwelt for a time in Cecil County in northeast corner of Maryland, adjacent to Delaware, where as attorney he is recorded after 1672. - Jessie Hill Also live...

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Susannah Marriott MP (1640 - 1660)

SUSANNAH SWAN(N), born 26 October 1640. She died on 25 November 1660 without issue "Having been married to Major William Marriott eight months and twenty two days - and was buried at Swann's Point". Ma...

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Sgt. John Harris, Sr. MP (1586 - 1638)

John Harris John Harris was born about 1588-9 in Creeksea England, subscriber of the Third Charter of the Virginia Company of London along with his father. He was residing in Charles City County, V...

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Anne Sheppard Foster MP (c.1645 - 1711)

After the death of William Nusom, his wife Anne married George Foster. The account of William Nusom 's estate dated 04 March 1694 and recorded 28 May, 1695 shows the estate indebted to George Foster ...

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Henry Hart (1595 - 1648)

US and Canada Passengers' and Immigration Lists' Index, 1500's-1900's: arrival 1635 in Jamestown.

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Thomas Hart, Sr. MP (1627 - c.1669)

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Robert Hart MP (1666 - 1720)

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Elizabeth Bucke MP (c.1582 - 1620)

Additional Curator's Notes: The Encyclopedia Virginia believes Elizabeth's maiden name to be Browne, but offers no proof. It has been suggested that Elizabeth was the daughter of a "Sir Brown" and a ...

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Elizabeth Page MP (1600 - 1660)

Daughter Elizabeth married Jamestown burgess Thomas Crumpe, who patented 750 acres between the James City Parish glebe and Powhatan Creek, directly above the Buck patent. Later he became burgess for th...

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Sgt. Thomas Crump, of Jamestown MP (c.1600 - c.1636)

Came to Va on the Bony Bess in 1624 . was burgess for James City, February, 1631-32, for Neck of Land, September, 1632. It is probable that he married Elizabeth, a daughter of Rev. Richard Buck. (1) ...

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William Crump, of Jamestown & New Kent MP (1629 - 1695)

notes 1) - According to e-mail received from Carolyn J. (Crump) Rozelle (erozelle.mail.koyote.com>, former editor of the Crump Newsletter: ALthough it is tradionally stated that Thomas Crump was th...

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Thomas Fleming, the immigrant MP (c.1630 - 1683)

notes "Sir Thomas Fleming came from ENG to Essex Co. VA 1616, "2nd son of Lord John, Earl of Wigton, m. Lillian Graham, dau of Earl of Montrose." He came from ENG to Jamestown VA and later settled ...

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Capt. John Knowles, of Henrico MP (1631 - 1685)

44. Capt. JOHN KNOWLER (KNOWLES) * (JOHN KNOWLER (KNOWLES), ROBERT KNOWLER , GEORGE, ROBERT, THOMAS (III), THOMAS (II), THOMAS (I), JOHN) was born about 1631/1635. He died 1676 in Henrico Co, VA. �...

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Thomas Harris, Jr. MP (1636 - 1688)

Links Thomas Harris, d. 1688 was a small landowner in the East Sussex iron ore region. Thomas Harris was a haberdasher of East Cheap, London, as his father. For reference, please see: From ab...

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Gov. Samuel Mathews MP (1630 - c.1660)

Samuel Mathews (1630–1660), of Warwick County in the English Colony of Virginia, was a member of the House of Burgesses, the Governor's Council, and served as Commonwealth Governor of Virginia f...

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William Edwards, of Llangyfelach & Jamestown MP (1620 - 1697)

William Edwards was born around 1613 in Llangyfelach, Wales or in 1620 London England and died possibly in Hartford CT or 1697 in 1697 in Jamestown, Virginia Colony. Parents: son of Joshua Edwards (b...

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Thomas Dipnall (deceased)

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Sarah Dipnall MP (1637 - d.)

11.  Sarah Graves, m. Thomas Dipnall (Burgess from James City Co., VA in 1654), by 1661 -------------------------- Sources  CAPTAIN THOMAS GRAVES 1608 Settler of Jamestown, Virgin...

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William Grenther (deceased)

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NN Grenther MP (c.1639 - 1667)

+12.  daughter, m. William Grenther. --------------------------- Sources  CAPTAIN THOMAS GRAVES 1608 Settler of Jamestown, Virginia, and His Descendants (ca. 1580-2012).  G...

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Robert Adams, of Wales & Martin's Hundred MP (c.1577 - 1628)

(1) Robert Adams, from Island of Anglesea, North Wales. Member of the First House of Burgesses 1620, Colonial Virginia. Register says he was Burgess 1623-24 He came to America on the "Bona Nova" in 1...

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William Adams, of Martin's Hundred MP (c.1627 - 1680)

It is possible, not yet proven, that Capt Robert Adams (married Mourning Lewis) is a son of William and Mary (Walker) Addams of Martin's Hundred VA (now James City Co). According to a number of researc...

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Thomas Tinsley, of Totopotomoy Creek MP (c.1618 - 1700)

Thomas arrived in Jamestown, Virginia Colony, in 1638, his transportation furnished by John Robins of James City County. (1) In early land documents his name is spelled virtuously by scribes and copyis...

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Henry Finch (deceased)

Finch, Henry, Gov. Harvey, writing May 29, 1630, says that since his arrival in Virginia, a few weeks before, he has sworn as a member of the council, Henry Finch, "brother to Sir John Finch." Finch wa...

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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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John Dodson, of the Jamestown Colony MP (1571 - 1652)

John Dods was one of the original passengers on the Susan Constant to Jamestown in 1607. -------------------- "John Dodson came over to America from England with Capt. John Smith in 1607. There wer...

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Joseph Copeland (1650 - d.)

from the package of a replica of the Copeland Spoon, souvenir purchased at the Jamestown Museum.: The most important spoon in Jamestown, and one of the most significant objects excavated, is an incom...

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Dr. Capt. Robert Ellyson MP (1615 - 1671)

Family of Robert Ellyson 1. DR. ROBERT3 ELLYSON (ROBERT OF NEWCASTLE2, JOHN1)1,2,3,4 was born Bet. 1615 - 1620 in England, and died Bef. September 28, 1671 in James City County, Virginia. He married ...

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Peter Montague "The Immigrant" MP (1602 - 1659)

Peter Montague, of Boveny, Buckinghamshire, England, was the second son of Peter Boveny and Eleanor Allen. He is the first of the Montague family to travel to the New World, reaching Virginia aboard th...

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John Cheesman (b. - 1595)

Cheesman or Chisman, John, was born in 1595 and came to Virginia in the ship "Flying Hart" in 1621. At a later date, he lived in York county, where he was a justice in 1633, a captain in 1637 and a mem...

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William Cary, Capt (c.1657 - c.1713)

William Cary 40 SmartMatches Birth: 1657 in Warwick, Virginia Death: 1713 in Skiffs Creek, VA Sex: M Father: Miles Cary b. 30 JAN 1620 in Bristol, England Mother: Anne Taylor b. 1 MAR 1620 in...

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Edward Jaquelin (1668 - 1739)

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William Sherwood (1641 - 1687)

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Col. Robert Bray (c.1618 - 1681)

dot net/ghotes/thorowgd/d0/i0017617.htm#i17617 Robert Bray was the son of Edward of Biglswade, Bedfordshere, and dated his will April 24, 1681 Lower Norfolk County, Virginia. He named his wife, Ann, ...

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William Thomas (1625 - 1687)

William Thomas Father: John Thomas (ca1585-ca1653) Spouses: unknown Children William  Humphrey  Simon  Gabriel  John  Priscilla  Rebe...

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John Thomas, of Queen's Creek MP (1585 - c.1653)

JOHN THOMAS, born in Wales 1585-1590, arrived in Jamestown 24 May 1610. He later lived near Williamsbug, Viriginia, on the north side of Queen's Creek in the County of Yorke, raising his sons with his ...

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Thomas Chapman, of Jordan's Journey MP (1590 - 1635)

Thomas Chapman I was Christened at St. Mary's Woolchurch, London, Middlesex, England. From Thomas Chapman of Jordan's Journey, by William Allan Chapman In August of 1611, Thomas arrived in Jamestow...

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Francis Chapman, of Paces Paines (c.1585 - 1624)

Thomas Chapman was born in London England and baptized on 3 May 1590 at St. Mary’s of Woolchurch in London. His father is listed as Thomas Chapman of St. Mary’s. In August of 1611, Thom...

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James Thomas Davis MP (1643 - 1688)

James Davis, born 1642 in England; died 1688 in VA. He was the son of Esq. and Maj.Thomas Davis, Sr. and Elizabeth. He married Margaret Jordan Bet. 1660 - 1661. Margaret Jordan, born 1643 in England....

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Col. Edmund Scarborough (III) (1647 - 1712)

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William Whittington, II (Capt.) (1616 - 1659)

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Sir Humphrey Weld, Lord Mayor of London MP (1546 - 1610)

Thomas Colte owned Arnos Grove Estate until his death in 1584 when it was sold to Humphrey Weld, a Grocer of London, who later became The Lord Mayor of London. He lived at the Estate until his death in...

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Henry Watkins (1585 - 1658)

A LIST OF NAMES OF THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA,
  February the 16th, 1623 At the Eastern Shore: Henry Wattkins Peregree Wattkins Daniell Wattkins _________________________________...

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Baldwin Sheppard (b. - 1697)

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Arthur Moseley, Sr. MP (1630 - 1703)

-------------------- Son of William Moseley, an English merchant of Rotterdam, Holland, who came to Virginia in 1649 and received grants of land in Lower Norfolk county, was burgess in 1676, and on...

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Captain William Moseley MP (1634 - c.1676)

His family emigrated to Rotterdam, Netherlands, where his father was a merchant. He is reported to have been born in England before the emigration, as well as having been born in Rotterdam. He was Co...

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Col John Stringer (1630 - 1689)

Burgess at Jamestown, Virginia.

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Edward Carter (1602 - 1682)

Selected excepts from Paul Carter's New Origin's work: Col. Edward Carter, who settled in Nansemond County prior to 1650, was a member of the House of Burgesses, Council, colonel of militia, etc. He ...

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Col. John Carter MP (1613 - 1669)

Emigrated to Virginia in 1635 at age 22 on ship Safety. This website will give you background data on John, as well as information about his plantation Corotoman. "John, the emigrant, was not c...

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Alexander Swann (1664 - 1710)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Mar 28 2015, 14:29:17 UTC --------------------* Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via brother Alexander Swann by SmartCopy : Mar 28 2015, 14:29:17...

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Thomas Hawkins (c.1621 - 1696)

Major Thomas Hawkins, son of Captain Thomas Hawkins, commanded a force which protected the frontiers of Essex county after Bacon's Rebellion. During the rebellion he sided with Sir William Berkeley b...

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Col. John Catlett (c.1624 - c.1670)

According to Mehringer, "Col. John Catless - 500 acres within mouth of Omer Creek on the Nortside of Rappahannock River 2 Jun 1666 for 10 pers. p. 7. Because the land grant is dated 1666 it could not h...

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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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Thomas Pawlett, of "Argall's Gift" MP (c.1580 - 1643)

Sources Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Name: Thomas Pawlett Year: 1624 Age: 40 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1584 Place: Virginia Source Publication Code: 3283 Primary Immigrant...

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Capt. Francis Eppes MP (c.1597 - 1668)

FRANCIS Eppes (EPES)) was born May 15, 1597 in Kent, England, and died 1674 in Charles City, Virginia. He married MARIE PAULETTE. Francis Epes, son of John Epes of Ashford, Co. Kent, Eng, and his w...

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Jacob Johnson (1639 - 1710)

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John Gibbs, Lt. (c.1602 - c.1659)

John Gibbs (also written Gibbes), the son of Gregory Gibbes and his first wife, was born in about 1600 in Dorsetshire, England. In 1619, John sailed from the port of Weymouth in Dorsetshire aboard th...

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Francis Howard, 5th Baron Howard of Effingham MP (1643 - 1695)

Francis Howard, 5th Baron Howard of Effingham Francis Howard, 5th Baron Howard of Effingham (c. 1643 – 30 March 1694 O.S./95 N.S.)[1] was a member of the Howard family, descended from noted na...

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John Bland (1612 - 1680)

London merchant with considerable interests in Jamestown, Virginia. John's son, Giles, was sent to Jamestown by John to look after his interests. Giles was later hanged for participating in Bacon's Reb...

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Mary Cobbs (c.1692 - d.)

BIRTH: ABT 1692, James City County, Virginia

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Elizabeth Vaughan (1692 - d.)

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Col. Thomas Beale, Sr. (1621 - 1676)

Thomas Beale, I was born in England. A member of the Life Guards of Charles II, he came to Virginia when the Cavaliers were dispersed and in 1672 purchased 500 acres pursuant to land patents in York Co...

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George Brent (c.1640 - c.1700)

"The senior Brent (Giles) became a militia officer, and his nephew George Brent (b. ca. 1640) held several responsible public offices in the Northern Neck (Jamestowne, Virginia)." from:

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Nathaniel Powell (c.1590 - 1622)

Per the Genesis of the United States Written by Alexander Brown. Powell Captain Nathaniel, One of the first planters left England in December 1606 and arrived in Virginia in April 1607 In the winter ...

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