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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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Arendt Corssens Stam (b. - 1645)

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Dirck Stam (1608 - d.)

Dirck CORSSE STAM, born 1608, commissary for Killian Van RENSELLAER at Fort Orange (now Albany, NY).

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Edmund Cheesman (1592 - 1640)

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Randall Revell (1613 - c.1686)

Randall was born circa 1613 at St. Michaels, Co Worcester, England.1,2 He married Rebecca (-----) (widow Nichols) circa 1635.3,4 Randall Revell was a Burgess from Northampton Co, VA in 1657-1658.5 He m...

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Henry Carsley (1601 - 1635)

Henry was born circa 1601 at England.1 He married Elizabeth Berryman, daughter of William Berryman Sr. and Alice (-----), circa 1620.1 Henry Carsley came to Virginia in 1623 in the Providence and at th...

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Maj William Harris (1630 - 1678)

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William Harris, IV MP (c.1596 - 1656)

Immigration: 1621 On ship, "George", of Gov. Wyatt's Party, designated on records as a servant (apprentice) to William Claiborne, Colonial Secretary -------------------- William Harris came to Virginia...

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Thomas Harris (c.1587 - d.)

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Maj. Humphry Harwood (1651 - 1702)

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Capt. William Harwood (1599 - c.1644)

Governor of the Martin's Hundred settlement. The THURLBY-JAMESTOWN line of immigrant GOV. WILLIAM HARWOOD (c. 1598 -- aft. 1628), who sailed from England in August 1620 on the Francis Bonaventure to ...

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Capt. Thomas Harwood (deceased)

Thomas was the first of the Warwick Harwoods to arrive in Virginia. He landed at Jamestown shortly after the 1622 Indian Massacre joining his uncle, Sir Edward Harwood, a Virginia Company stockholder, ...

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William Thomas Hampton, Sr. MP (1592 - 1652)

There are many websites already devoted to the origins of the Hampton’s. Our originator was supposedly Richard Gervais de Hampton, born about 1430, and his wife Maud, of Twickenham Parish, Middl...

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Robert Pitt (c.1628 - 1672)

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Thomas Pitt (c.1614 - 1650)

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Robert Pitt, Sr (1605 - 1674)

Colonel Robert Pitt was born about 1607 in England and was like most of his family a sailor and served as Captain of a privateer out of Bristol named the "Thunder", aiding the Huguenots in the war agai...

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Col. Joseph Bridger MP (1627 - 1686)

Joseph Bridger of Virginia Joseph was brought to Virginia in 1652 by Colonel Nathaniel Bacon with whom he later served as a 'Councillor of State in Virginia to King Charles II '. He soon became one...

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Colonel Thomas Godwin I (1614 - 1678)

THOMAS GODWIN I: Thomas Godwin served two terms in the House of Burgesses during the "Commonwealth" period. The Commonwealth period being when England came under the control of Parliament, and, later, ...

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Peter Knight (c.1587 - c.1674)

Peter Knight appears on land grants in several counties of the early Virginia colony beginning in 1638. He patented 150 acres of land in Basse’s Choice plantation in 1640, and 255 acres in 1643....

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Barnaby Kearney (1650 - 1700)

Barnaby Kearney is a qualifying ancester to join the Jamestowne Society.

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Rice (Rhuys) Hooe, I (1599 - c.1655)

Rice Hooe I (Ryce Howe, Ryce Hoe) initially came to Virginia on the ship "Gifte" in 1618. He is not listed in the census records of 1623, but his name is found on the Virginia muster, January 22, 1625....

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John Lightfoot, Honorable (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. John Lightfoot, II (1622 - c.1686)

Records show that John II followed briefly in his father's footsteps attending both Lincoln College and Gray's Inn Law School (1641-1643). He does not appear to have practiced law for any extensive per...

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Henry Lee (deceased)

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Hugh Lee, Sr. MP (c.1609 - 1662)

born: abt 1609 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England (some sources say Tilston, Cheshire) died: 1661 in Northumberland County, Virginia Likely to be related to John Lee of Shropshire, ancestor of ...

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Hannah Rodham (c.1651 - d.)

ID: I3959 Name: Hannah Rodham Sex: F Birth: 1650 in VA Marriage 1 Christopher Neale b: 1644 in Cole Parish, Northumberland, VA Married: 1666 Children Richard Neale b: 28 AUG 1682 in Saint...

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John Neale (c.1675 - d.)

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Capt. Christopher Neale (c.1644 - c.1693)

ID: I3958 Name: Christopher Neale Sex: M Birth: 1644 in Cole Parish, Northumberland, VA Death: 1691 in Northumberland Co., VA Father: Daniel Neale b: 1620 in England Mother: Eleanor b: ABT....

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Ens. Edmund Rossingham, of Flowerdew 100 Plantation (1580 - 1657)

Edmund Rossingham was the nephew of Temperance Yeardley, wife of Gov. Yeardley. Source: The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography p. 208 published by Virginia Historical Society

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John Rose (1696 - 1780)

. JOHN ROSE, the fourth son of William Rose is 'our direct in line of descent. The fact that William Rose did not make a will naming his sons leaves us with the burden of proving the connection. It has...

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Capt. William Rose MP (c.1655 - 1742)

William Rose Jr. was born about 1655 in Surry County, Virginia. In 1677 this William Rose was listed on the mounted militia role. Only men of means were enrolled in the mounted militia. In 1689, he mad...

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Col. Nicholas Spencer MP (1633 - 1689)

Col. Nicholas Spencer (1633–1689) was a London merchant who emigrated to Westmoreland County, Virginia, where he became a planter and which he represented in the Virginia House of Burgesses. S...

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Col. Lawrence Smith MP (c.1629 - 1700)

Col. Lawrence Smith b. 1629, d. a 08 Aug 1700 Col. Lawrence Smith was the son of Christopher Smith and Elizabeth Towneley.2 He was born in 1629 at Stonirakes, England; He was born at Stonirakes in ...

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Captain John "The Ranger" Battaile MP (c.1658 - 1707)

The Battaile family was prominent in Essex County in England, dating back to the Norman conquest, making it likely their family were supporters of William the Conquerer who came from Normandy with him....

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Col. Peter Ashton MP (c.1605 - 1671)

PATENT BOOK, 2, 1666/1695, BOOK 6, pp. 211/212: 5200 JOHN ASHTON, Will probated Stafford County, 26 Jan. 1682(83), and willed land he inherited from Col. Peter Ashton to James Ashton, their brother. ...

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Joseph Crosher MP (c.1547 - c.1613)

Of, Gravesend, Kent, England.

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Maj. Joseph Croshaw MP (1610 - 1667)

Joseph Croshaw (1610-1667) was the son of Capt. Raleigh Crowshaw, Ancient Planter. He was born in Bruton Parish, Virginia, in the area that is now Williamsburg. He married five times and had six childr...

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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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Robert Carrol Hallom (c.1600 - 1638)

Robert Hallom aged 23 years came in the ship Francis Bonaventure August 1620. Adventures of Purse and Person. Hallom is also spelled Hallam, Hollam, etc. See the Virginia Magazine Vol XIII No. 1 Ju...

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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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Capt. William Peirce MP (1596 - 1646)

Pearce genealogy, being the record of the posterity of Richard Pearce, an early inhabitant of Portsmouth, in Rhode Island, who came from England, and whose genealogy is traced back to 972. With an intr...

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Richard Pate (b. - 1657)

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John Pate (c.1632 - 1672)

Baron Leicestershire Also reported as Thomas

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Col. Thomas Pate III (c.1636 - 1703)

Birth: 1650, England Death: 1703 Yorktown York County Virginia, USA House of Burgesses member. Thomas Pate was an active member of the Gloucester County society. He was the owner of the Richard Pate ...

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Robert Hubbard MP (1606 - 1663)

Biographical Information The following biographical information about Robert Hubbard is taken from another webpage : "Robart or Robert Hubbard-Hobart was born 24 June 1606 at Hackney on the outskir...

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Thomas Ludwell (b. - 1678)

Buried in Bruton Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery. Bruton Parish was named in honor of Thomas and Philip Ludwell from Bruton, England, who moved to Virginia and lived near Williamsburg, and were libe...

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Philip Ludwell, Colonial Governor of Carolina MP (c.1638 - c.1716)

Governor of Carolina In office 1691–1694 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24th Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses In office ...

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Colonel Phillip Ludwell (1671 - 1726)

Member of VA Council .

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Capt. Thomas Hill (1612 - 1710)

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Edward Hill (1590 - 1624)

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Thomas Bushrod (1604 - c.1676)

At a court held for York county, 26 Sugust, 1661. Present: Nathaniel Bacon, Coll. George Reade, Major Thomas Beale, Esqres; Lt. Coll. Wm. Barbar, Capt. Daniel Parke, Mr Edmund Peeters, Capt. Will...

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George Fawdon, House of Burgesses (1610 - c.1654)

George Fawdon was probably born in England about 1600.[2] No definitive information about Fawdon's early life has been found.[3][4] The earliest definite official record of George Fawdon's presence i...

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John George, Col. MP (1604 - c.1678)

Death: 9 Jan 1677/78 DNA Lineage V John George (1603–1679) was an early Virginia colonist, landowner, soldier, county court justice and legislative representative (politician). He served...

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John Chandler, II MP (c.1627 - c.1658)

John Chandler (John1 Chandler) Born c1627, Elizabeth City County, Virginia34 Died between January 28 and March 23, 1656/7, probably in Northumberland County or Elizabeth City County, Virginia Mar...

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Col. Gerard Fowke MP (c.1620 - 1669)

Three references:

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Col. Adam Thoroughgood, Jr. MP (c.1638 - 1685)

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Capt. Adam Thoroughgood MP (1604 - 1640)

Captain Adam Thorowgood, Sr. (William1) was born in Grimston, Norfolk, England about 1603. Based on baptism date of 1603 at St. Botolph's, Parish of Grimston, Norfolk. (Adventures of Purse & Person, p....

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Peter Perry (1651 - 1694)

Peter Perry was brother of the head of the firm Perry and Lane in London, merchants. Peter was their representative in Virginia. He served as Burgess for York in 1688. from:

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Capt William Pierce MP (c.1595 - 1622)

Capt. Peirce came to Virginia in 1609 on the ill-fated Sea Venture with Capt. Gates. Jone Pierce, his wife, and children : William, Jone, and Thomas, came to Virginia in 1611 on the Blessing. Jone al...

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Col. William Pierce (b. - 1702)

Virginia County Records, New Series, Volume I, 1913: Westmoreland County Westmoreland County Wills Book III. Westmoreland County Wills Book III. ÙCbÙDNameÙC/bÙD: Colonel Wil...

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John Slaughter MP (1606 - c.1665)

10-John Slaughter, said to have settled in Va. before 1620, received a land grant on Knight's Creek, Essex Co., Va., 1635.[1] Sources Frederick Adams Virkus, ed.  1933.  The Compend...

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Thomas "the immigrant" Taberer (c.1620 - c.1692)

Major Thomas Taberer Thomas Taberer served in the House of Burgesses in 1657, 1658, and 1680, and was Justice of the County Court from 1659-1680--a position of both honor and distinction in those day...

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Col. Moore Fauntleroy MP (c.1610 - c.1663)

There were two Moore Fauntleroys, probably twins. One went to Virginia (Col. Moore Fauntleroy "the younger"), the other one stayed in England.

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Col. Toby Smith (1606 - 1657)

Tobias or Toby Smith, as his name appears most often in official records, is first seen in colonial Virginia in Patent Book 1, Part 1: Thomas Holt, 500 acres, Up. Co. of New Norf., 22 May 1637, p. 423,...

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Captain Thomas Williford (c.1618 - 1676)

Captain Thomas Wilsford, Esquire, was one of the genuine Cavaliers who came to Virginia. In March 1651-1652 Thomas represented his country in the Virginia House of Burgesses. On Nov. 25, 1652 he became...

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Richard Taylor of Rappanhannock MP (1621 - 1679)

My will of March 22, 1679 was executed in May of 1679. I left my plantation to my sons richard and Simon, giving richard an option that when he comes of age he can sell his share of the plantation for ...

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Capt. John Taylor MP (1663 - 1709)

Sale of Land that was devised by Captain John Taylor to his wife, Henrietta Maria. "THIS INDENTURE made this Seaventeenth day of December in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seaven hundred Twenty Th...

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William Soane (1651 - 1714)

Son of Henry Soane, speaker of the house of burgesses, was born in 1651, was burgess for Henrico in 1695-1696. He died in 1714, leaving among other children Henry Soane, Jr., (q. v.). Encyclopedia of...

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Henry Soane, 13th Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses MP (1622 - 1660)

Henry Soane (1622–1661) was a Virginia politician and landowner. He served in the House of Burgesses 1652–55, 1658, and 1660–61, and was its Speaker in 1661. Descendants of Henry S...

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Councilor Col Henry Duke MP (1642 - 1714)

Note from Pam Wilson (curator and descendant): HENRY DUKE was born 1640-1645 in Jamestown, Virginia, and died March 09, 1714 in Virginia. He was by most reports the son of Thomas Duke (1616-1665), ...

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Malachi Thurston, Jr. (c.1665 - d.)

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Malachy Thurston, Sr. (1637 - 1698)

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Rebecca Elizabeth Travis (c.1677 - d.)

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Edward Travis, III (c.1673 - d.)

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