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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)

Capt. William PEARCE, b. abt. 1595, Bristol, England; d. 16 July 1641, Providence, the Bahamas; m. (1) Bridget /--?--/; m. (2) Margaret GIBBS, 1615. Richard Pierce resided in Bristol, England. He cam...

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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 (deceased)

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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John Taylor (1616 - 1709)

John Taylor was captain of militia, justice and burgess from Charles City in the sessions of 1692-1693. from:

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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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Colonial Henry Duke Sr. 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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Edward Travis, Jr. (c.1637 - 1700)

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Edward Travers, Sr. (c.1592 - c.1663)

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Francis Moryson, Governor of Virginia MP (c.1601 - 1686)

Francis Moryson (bef. 1628–1680/81) was an English soldier and Virginia colonial official. He was a Royalist in the English Civil War. from Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography Moryson, Fr...

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Col. Thomas Owsley, Sr. MP (1658 - 1700)

Thomas Owsley I (son of John Owsley and Dorothea Poyntz) was born June 11, 1658 in Stugursey, Somersetshire, England, and died October 10, 1700 in Stafford, Virginia. He married Anne Harris on 1689 in ...

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Edward Colby MP (c.1577 - c.1620)

Notes Hypothesis: quote taken from the "Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists" published in 1929, pg 132"Edward Colby gave funds to the London Company for the colo...

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Tristam Norsworthy (c.1610 - 1656)

◦On 9 Dec 1689, in a deed from John Smith and wife Anne to John (McMichael) Mickmichall, 20 acres. . bounded by Capt. George Norsworthy, late of Nansemond Co. Major George Norsworthy lineage t...

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Grace Waters Robins MP (c.1603 - c.1683)

Legend claims she was an Irish lady of noble birth, who fled to America to escape a repugnant forced marriage. This, apparently, is who she really was. It's a much less romantic and really quite ordina...

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Capt. Thomas Osborne of Coxendale MP (1576 - 1642)

Osborne, Captain Thomas, came to Virginia in November, 1616, and settled at Coxendale, in the present Chesterfield county, about 1625. He also patented land on Proctor's creek, Henrico county (now Ches...

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John Sheppard (1648 - 1669)

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Maj Robert Sheppard MP (c.1604 - 1654)

Captain Robert Sheppard was the new representative for the Surry side of James City in 1646. He came over in the Hopewell at the age of 20. He lived at Edward Blaney's plantation in the Muster of 162...

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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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William Carter MP (c.1641 - d.)

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Robert Sweete Ancient Planter (1544 - d.)

First listed as arriving with John Banum in Jamestowne in 1616, arriving with 9 others.Hotten Book 8A, pages 201-265. Left London July or August 1616 on ship Susan. Arrived Jamestowne, Va, 0ctober 9, ...

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William Armistead (1610 - 1671)

And, many “white” Armisteads can trace their origin to William (1) Armistead, who received a land grant on Mobjack Bay in 1637, and who appears to have immigrated on a special London base...

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Col. John Armistead, Esq. MP (c.1635 - 1698)

The Armistead Family By Virginia Armistead Garber

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Capt. Anthony Armistead MP (c.1645 - 1726)

Captain Anthony Armistead (ca. 1645-October 26, 1726) was a Justice of the Peace in Colonial Virginia, associated with the Bacon insurgent courts-martial in 1676. He was the son of William Armistead....

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William Armistead, Jr. (c.1638 - d.)

died without issue

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James Bagnal (1630 - 1702)

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Robert Bracewell (1611 - 1668)

Excerpts from a letter: On 5/8/95 The Jamestowne Society approved Rev. Robert BRACEWELL, 1612-1668, as a qualifying ancestor for membership in The Jamestowne Society. Miss Ima Eula Mewborn, a Nor...

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Randall Holt, Jr. (1638 - 1679)

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John Bailey (1575 - 1620)

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Mary Holt (1609 - 1643)

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Randall (Randolph) Holt, Sr. (1607 - 1650)

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Poynes Weldon (1673 - 1746)

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William Taylor MP (1632 - 1710)

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Thomas Colepeper, 2nd Baron Colepeper (Colonial Governor of Virginia) (1635 - 1689)

Thomas Colpeper, 2nd Baron Culpeper of Thoresway (baptised 21 March 1635 – 27 January 1689) was the colonial governor of Virginia from 1677 to 1683. Biography Born in 1635, Colepeper (...

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Daniel Parke, Sr. MP (1628 - 1679)

Daniel Parke of London, Esquire. Will 11 August 1677; proved 16 September 1679. To my son Daniel Parke all my Plantations and Negroes in Virginia, and to the heirs male; failing heirs male, to the he...

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Col. Daniel Parke, Jr. MP (1669 - 1710)

Children of Col. Daniel Parke, Jr./II and Jane Ludwell: Frances and Lucy Parke. Daniel Parke, II/Jr. also had 2 illegitimate children prior to his marriage to Jane Ludwell: Julius Caesar Parke, b...

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Capt. Isaac Madison (Maddeson), the Immigrant MP (1590 - c.1624)

Ancestor of President James Madison Capt. Isaac MADISON "the Immigrant" 1590 - ____ ID Number: I34871 TITLE: Capt. RESIDENCE: London, ENG & 1623 Jamestown, VA BIRTH: 1590, London, England...

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Maj. Theophilus Hone (c.1618 - c.1679)

Major Theophilus Hone was the son of Thomas Hone, of Farnham, Essex county, England, who married Judith Aylmer, daughter of Theophilus Aylmer, archdeacon of London; justice of Warwick county in 1652; b...

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Elizabeth Kingston Loving MP (c.1598 - c.1644)

Elizabeth (Beverly) (Kingston) Loving (c1598-c1644). The source for her maiden name has not been identified. She immigrated to Virginia with her first husband Thomas Kingston in 1619, settling at Marti...

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Thomas Kingston MP (1587 - c.1639)

Thomas Kingston (1587-c1639), immigrated to Virginia with his wife Elizabeth in 1619, settling at Martin's Hundred. They survived the Indian massacre in 1622. He served as member of the House of Burges...

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Anthony Lawson MP (c.1630 - 1701)

Lower Norfolk County, VA – Wills and Deeds, Book E 1666-1675, page 49R, recorded 15 June 1669 – To all Christian people to whom these present shall come, Thomas Moncroff of the City of Lo...

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Rev Roland Jones II MP (1644 - 1688)

In 1653, the Reverend Rowland Jones immigrated from England to the colony of Virginia. He had graduated from Oxford University. He served as minister at Jamestown and Martin's Hundred Parishes. In Will...

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Daniel Alexander Llewellyn, Jr. MP (1647 - c.1710)

Daniel Llewellyn, Jr. was born June 1647 in Charles City County, Virginia and died c. 1710. He married Jane Stith, the daughter of Colonel John Stith. He rose to the rank of captain in the militia and ...

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William Edwards, of Jamestown MP (1590 - 1622)

William Edwards was born 19 Apr 1590 in Cardiff, Glamorgan, , Wales and died 1622 in James Town, James City, Virginia. Married: Dorothy Edwards b. 1601 in London, England. Parents are not known. ...

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Thomas Grendon, Jr. MP (deceased)

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Walter Broadhurst (b. - 1659)

Col. John Washington married three times: first, Anne Pope. previous to May 11, 1650, daughter of Colonel Nathaniel Pope; second, Anne Gerrard, widow of Walter Broadhurst, who died between Jan. 26 and ...

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George Donne (1605 - 1641)

Donne or Dunn, George, as his name was frequently spelt. was the second son of Dr. John Donne, the poet and Dean of St. Paul's. He was baptized, May 9, 1605, and led an eventful life. He was associated...

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Henry Thomas Browne MP (1598 - 1662)

Birth place also reported as Surrey, England. "a Member of the Council, Henry Browne had been one of the original attendees at the Meeting of the Assembly on 20 February 1636/7, which established the...

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Capt John Browning (c.1586 - c.1635)

Born in 1588 in England. He died after 1635 in Browing Manor, York Co., VA. Captain John Browning, immigrant ancestor, born in England, sailed from Gravesend, England in the ship "Abigail" in 1621 and ...

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Capt John Bishop, Sr (1612 - 1654)

Came to Virginia on the ship "Constance" from London, England on 10/24/1635. -------------------- see www.houseofbishop.org Captain John BISHOP – Second child and son of Sir Knight William BIS...

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John Baugh (1642 - 1726)

WILL OF JOHN BAUGH (dated 10 Aug. 1714, recorded 3 Oct. 1726): To son John, 1/2 of land on Perices Stil Creek, except 40 acres; To son Henry, other 1/2 of the above tract, and plantation I live on ...

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William "The Immigrant" Baugh, Sr. MP (c.1606 - 1687)

Immigrant to America Married three(3) times. No information on first or third wives. Occupation: Tailor, merchant, tobacco farmer Emigration: From Gloucester, England 5 JUN 1639 Henrico Co.,VA Event: J...

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William Ferrar MP (c.1598 - d.)

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Col. Henry II Fleete MP (c.1632 - 1728)

Justice of Lancaster County in 1695 and Sheriff in 1718 and 1719. Died sometime between 31 Jan 1728 when he wrote his last will and testament and 9 May 1733 when his will was proved in the court of L...

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Elizabeth Wildey (c.1655 - d.)

She married Henry Fleet Jr. sometime before 18 Jul 1683. Their children included: Henry III, Elizabeth, Sarah, William Sr. (b. abt. 1690), Judith, Mary Margaret, and Ann.

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Colonel William Fitzhugh MP (1651 - 1701)

"William (The Immigrant) Fitzhugh came to America about 1674 (or 1670 depending on who you believe). He was well educated, a shrewd businessman, a lawyer, and was religious. His church was the establis...

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Edwin Conway, Gent., of Lancaster MP (1640 - 1698)

Edwin Conway ll Born: Abt 1644, England Died: Aug 1698, Richmond Co., Virginia Father: Edwin Conway Mother: Martha Eltonhead Married 1660, Old Rappahannock, Virginia to Sarah Walker (...

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Samuel Matthews MP (c.1594 - d.)

Believed by many to the the father of Ann Llewellyn, but he was only 12-14 years old when she was born. RESIDENCE: England and Cherry point, Northumberland Co. VA OCCUPATION: 1676 Burgess and autho...

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Captain Rowland Coytmore (c.1565 - 1626)

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James Cocke, I (c.1665 - 1721)

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William Cocke (c.1665 - 1712)

William Cocke is your husband's 9th great grandfather. You → Clifford Willard your husband → Leon Willard his father → Joseph Maybrey Willard his father &#x...

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John Brasseur, Sr. (c.1624 - c.1701)

Became a Quaker and many years a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses--------------------The Brasseurs (also spelled Brasseur, Brazure, Brazier, Brashure, Brassieux, etc.) of Nasemond County wer...

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Capt. Thomas Cocke (c.1662 - 1707)

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Sir Francis Bickley, 4th Baronet MP (1667 - 1746)

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Joseph Bickley (1679 - 1751)

Source: John C. Bell, Bickleys of Pamunkey River Watershed of VA, VA Genealogist, Washington D.C., and Gloria Jahoda. Came to America before 1703, married in 1703 in King Williams County, Virginia. In ...

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Francis Bickley (1708 - d.)

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Daniel Boucher (b. - 1667)

Boddie in his book, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, published 1938, page 100, states: " The new members of the House who represented the county in 1653-54 were Daniel Boucher, Francis Hobbs, and Capt...

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James Williamson (b. - 1656)

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Capt. John Upton MP (1610 - 1652)

Captain John Upton, came to Virginia in 1622, aged twenty-six, went with Captain Madison up Potomac river, the same year; settled in Warwicksqueak, Isle of Wight county, which he represented in the ass...

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Dr. Robert Williamson (1635 - 1689)

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Francis Willis, III (c.1612 - c.1690)

Francis Willis d. c1690 East Greenwich, Kent, England Family tree▼ Add Parents and Siblings Spouse and Children (edit) H. Francis Willis - 1690 W. Jane Unknown (341) Add another spouse ...

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John Radcliffe Warren MP (1635 - 1691)

?Born in Occupacia Creek. Lived in Charles River York. 1st wife died about 1660. Died while visiting Westmorland Co. Virginia. Left no will.

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