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Edward Windham (1606 - c.1664)

1634, Came to America in the ship JOHN and DOROTHY with Captain Adam Thorogood who was a brother-in-law. Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses which convened at Jamestown. Named in will of Capt...

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William Whitaker, I, Lt. Col. MP (1618 - 1672)

(ancestors Gladys Clifton Wallace) -------------------- William Whitaker, only son of Jabez Whitaker and Mary Bourchier, was born in England in 1618, and died in Virginia after 1668. His name f...

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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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Thomas Washer, Ens. MP (c.1585 - 1657)

Many assert that Thomas Washer was the "Ensign Washer" listed as a qualifying ancestor for the Jamestowne Society.

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Thomas Youell, Major MP (1644 - c.1695)

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Leonard Yeo (1610 - 1670)

Captain Leonard Yeo was a Burgess in 1644, 1645 from Elizabeth City.

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Joseph Woory (b. - 1692)

Estate of Mr. Joseph Woory,(2) dece'd, L374, 7, 01 (year 1694): ffor his booke of Martyrs, one bible, one common prayer booke, Lex Mercatoria, a Lattin Testamant and a parcell of old books in Svo and d...

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Peter Wynne MP (b. - 1609)

Peter Wynne arrived in Jamestown, Virginia Colony in 1608, with the Second Supply. He was soon appointed to the Council of State, the governing body of the colony. He accompanied Capt. John Smith on ex...

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Robert Wynne, Jr. (c.1653 - d.)

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Col. Robert Wynne, Sr. MP (1622 - 1675)

Robert Wynne came from Kent, England, where he had several houses in Canterbury and was burgess for Charles City County, Virginia from 1658 to 1675, being during the entire existence of Virginia's Long...

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Christopher Wormeley (c.1590 - 1643)

Councillor in Virginia Colony 1637, 1643 Source: Title: Virginia Biographical Encyclopedia

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Ralph Wormley, Col. (c.1650 - 1703)

Virginia Biographical Encyclopedia Name: Ralph Wormeley the second Ralph to be councillor, was a son of Ralph Wormeley, Esq., burg ess and councillor, and of Agatha Eltonhead, who married (first) Luke ...

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Ralph Wormeley, Esq. (c.1620 - 1651)

Burgess and Councillor in the colony of Virginia.--------------------Ralph Wormelely of Rosegill, Middlesex

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Capt. Lawrence Washington MP (1659 - 1699)

Lawrence Washington (John , Lawrence ) was born in Sep 1659 in Westmoreland Co., VA. He died on 30 Mar 1699 in Westmoreland Co., VA. Lawrence married Mildred Warner in 1689. Mildred was born in 167...

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John White (deceased)

White, John, was burgess for James City county in 1641. He had a lot at Jamestown in 1644, between the state house and the church. from:

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John White MP (c.1540 - c.1593)

John White (c. 1540 – c. 1593) was an English artist, and an early pioneer of English efforts to settle the New World. He was among those who sailed with Richard Grenville to North Carolina in...

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Martha Stratton / Sheppey MP (c.1620 - 1692)

Alternative birth dates mentioned here in order to remove from conflict list: 1635, c 1638, c 1640

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Gabriel Francis Holland (1596 - c.1665)

Gabriel Francis Holland was christened 15 February 1596 at Westminster, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, England. He was the 9th child of John de Holland and Mary Mollenax and grandchild of Henry an...

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Stephen Hopkins, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (1581 - 1644)

From Mayflower History - Stephen Hopkins 1. Stephen Hopkins was christened in Apr 1581 in Upper Clatford, Hampshire, England. He died on 6 Jun 1644 in Plymouth, MA. Stephen married (1) Mary in 1604...

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Richard Littlepage MP (1647 - 1688)

From: Richard Littlepage was born at of St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Virginia Abt 1647/49. His parents were Edmund Littlepage and Mrs. Edmund Littlepage. He married Judith Turner Abt 1674 at of New...

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Colonel William Fairfax, Esq MP (1691 - 1757)

William Fairfax (1691–1757) was the builder of the Belvoir estate and plantation in northern colonial Virginia. He was the son of Henry Fairfax (d.1708) and a grandson of Henry Fairfax, 4th Lord...

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Thomas Freeman, Jr. MP (1579 - 1622)

Thomas Freeman, Jr. Born 7 Feb 1579 of, Irchester, Northampton, England Alt. Birth 7 Feb 1579 Preston, Crowmarsh Gifford, Oxford, England Died 1622 Benson, Bensington, Oxford, England ...

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Bridget Evelyn Freeman (c.1606 - 1700)

Born 1606 , , Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location [3, 4] Gender Female Died of, James City, Virginia, United States Find all individuals with events at this location ...

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Francis Burgess Fowler (1580 - 1642)

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Bridges Freeman, Sr. (1603 - 1655)

Suffix Sr. Born 1603 Preston, Crowmarsh Gifford, Oxford, England Find all individuals with events at this location [3, 4] Gender Male Died 1655 Jamestown, James City, Virginia, United States Find...

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Col. Joseph Ball, of "Epping Forest" MP (1649 - 1711)

Parents: William Ball b: 2 JUN 1611 in London, England and Hannah Atherold b: 2 FEB 1617/18 in England. The Ball family line connects to George Washington through his maternal lineage. Joseph Ball wa...

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Col. William Ball of "Millenbeck" MP (c.1615 - 1680)

Col. William Ball was born about 1615 in England and died November 1680, in Virginia; came to the Colony and located on the Corotoman River, in St. Mary's Parish, and called his estate "Millenbeck" (se...

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Capt. Arthur Allen, of Droitwich & Bacon's Castle MP (1602 - 1699)

ID: I14096 Name: Arthur Allen Sex: M Birth: in Droitwich, Worcestshire, England Death: BEF JUN 1669 in Bacons Castle, Surry County, Virginia Christening: 23 OCT 1608 St Andrews Parish, Droitw...

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Walter Aston, Jr. MP (c.1607 - 1656)

From Virginia Historical Genealogies by John Bennett Boddie WALTER ASTON was son of Walter Aston, gent., and hiswife, Joyce Nason of Longdon in Staffordshire. (Vis Longdon 1634) He is shown in the Vi...

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Dr. Valentine Peyton, Sr. MP (1686 - 1751)

Note: Francis Peyton owned land in Montgomery County, Kentucky. He died in Virginia. (See Valentine Peyton Will and Deeds below) Peyton, Valentine, son of Henry Peyton, and grandson of Henry Peyton, ...

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Lt. Col. Valentine Peyton MP (c.1627 - 1665)

Peyton, Valentine, son of Henry Peyton of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex county, England, a royalist, was baptized in St. Dunstan's Church, West End, London, July 31, 1627, and came to Virginia about 1650. h...

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Lt. Edward Waters MP (c.1584 - 1630)

Birth date uncertain, perhaps c. 1584 (he claimed to be forty in 1624). The date "30 November 1589" is a christening date which may not have been transcribed correctly - "4" and "9" can be easily confu...

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Robert Evelyn (b. - c.1649)

Immigrated to Virginia in July 1634 with his uncle Thomas Young as agents of the crown. from:

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Alice Bennett (Pierce) MP (c.1566 - c.1591)

Alice Elizabeth Pierce (Second source lists different birth and date dates) Birth: 1592 in England Death: 1642 in Isle Wight County, Virginia, Upper Parish Alice Bennett was a witness before the ...

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Thomas Bennett of Warrosquoyacke MP (1580 - 1642)

May have been married (and widowed) before Alice Pierce - two Thomas Bennetts are reported in the 1624 Muster, but neither one with a wife Alice (one had a wife Margery, one had no wife). Thomas Benn...

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Robert Marshall MP (c.1645 - 1698)

Robert Marshall was the son of Captain John II and wife Jane McCarthy. He was born c.1645 in Ireland, and died July 18, 1698 in Virginia. He married Mary (unk). She was born 1648 in Ireland, and died i...

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George Marable (1631 - 1684)

George MARABLE, the immigrant, was christened, it is believed, on 14 Aug 1631 in1659 Signature Canterbury, Saint Alphege, Kent, England.2He immigrated in or before 1652 to the Colony of Virginia. from:

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Col. George Jordan MP (1620 - 1678)

probably emigrated in 1635 w his father Arthur--------------------Col. George Jordan-[3809] was born about 1615 in England, died on 9 Oct 1678 in Southwark Parish, Surry County, VA and was buried in Fo...

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William Lee, of Jamestown MP (1598 - 1652)

Arrive at Jamestown Virginia in 1642. Killed in an Indian massacre. -------------------- William settled in Charles City, Virginia in July 14, 1608 with his brother-in-law, Henry Dawkes.

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Capt. John Langhorne (1640 - 1687)

General Notes: John came to Warwick County, Virginia in 1666 with wife, the former Rebecca Carter of Bristol, England. The family home was known as "Gambell" and overlooked the James River from a plant...

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Rev. Richard James (c.1607 - 1676)

Rev. Richard JAMES, a minister of the Established Church of England. 1635, 5 Oct: "Land was sighted and the voyage was almost over. Rev. Richard JAMES led the passengers in a prayer of thanksgiving f...

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William Hatcher, Jr. (1614 - 1680)

The identities of William Hatcher's parents and wife(s) are not certain. == Again, no William Hatcher seems to have been baptized here of the proper age to be William Hatcher, emigrant to Virginia,...

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Capt. John Gookin (c.1615 - 1643)

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Daniel Gookins MP (1582 - 1633)

Daniel Gookin Sr. , baptized in 1582 at Ripple in Kent, England, landed in Virginia in 1621 aboard the ship Flying Hart , which he either owned, or chartered for the voyage. A year later he re-crossed ...

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Joane Harris MP (c.1597 - 1633)

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 Henrico, ...

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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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George Menife of James City (b. - c.1635)

after William Perry died, Isabella married George Menifie, who was the wealthiest man in the colony.  He was an attorney who trafficked in land, tobacco and laborers and also a member of the Cou...

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Capt. Henry Perry of Buckland (c.1625 - c.1684)

  from Captain Henry Perry, son of William and Isabella, married the daughter of Captain George Menefie, Member of the Council and the owner of "Buckland" a large estate which adjoined "...

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Jeremiah Clements (1607 - 1657)

Jeremiah was born in England in 1607. His father, partner in the shipping company in England that brought many of the early pilgrims to this country, died in 1609. His mother Elizabeth came to America,...

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Thomas Mason (c.1602 - 1655)

Gunston Hall, pretty reliable, says "George Mason was born in Pershore, Warwickshire, England, the son of Thomas Mason and Ann French." See: Chart #EE, Edward French, Pershore, Worcestershire, Englan...

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Christopher Reynolds, of Isle of Wight MP (1611 - 1654)

Christopher Reynolds was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses and progenitor of R. J. Reynolds. Other notable descendants include Mark Twain and "Lonesome" Charley Reynolds. Please note: W...

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William "Major" Gooch, Col. (1626 - 1655)

Sir William Gooch, 1st Baronet (21 October 1681 – 17 December 1751), born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, and died in London, served as Governor of Virginia from 1727 through 1749. Technica...

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William Gough (1640 - 1704)

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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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William Travers (c.1630 - 1685)

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Maj. George Colclough (1622 - 1662)

Marriage 1 Ursula Bysshe b: 1621 in Worth, England widow Motrom Married: BEF 30 JAN 1656/57 in Northumberland County, Virginia Children John Colclough b: BEF 1640 in Northumberland County, Virg...

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Rev. James Blair MP (1656 - 1743)

) Rev. James Blair was a Scottish born clergyman in the Church of England, best known as the founder and first president of the College of William and Mary. He was the uncle of U.S. Constitution sign...

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Elizabeth Kenner (1652 - 1709)

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Robert Ellyson of Newcastle (c.1589 - 1656)

Second Generation 2. John ELLISON-14239 (John) was born about 1585 in Windyedge, Lanark Co, (Avendale), SCOTLAND. He died about 1660 in , , VA and was buried in , , VA. UPDATE: 1994-09-09 -11th...

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Capt. Francis Gray, of Charles City MP (1630 - 1679)

“Francis Grey (his name is frequently spelled Grey rather than Gray in the old records) was granted 750 acres in Charles City Co., Nov. 24, 1653 (Nugent, p. 231). “A Grace Singleton whom ...

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Thomas Gray, 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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John Baldwyn "Immigrant" of Virginia, the first John Baldwin MP (c.1600 - 1656)

JOHN1 BALDWIN was born in England. Arrived in Jamestown, Virginia on the Tyger in 1625. On March 22, 1622 occurred the Indian Massacre at Jamestown, in which 347 settlers were killed out of a popul...

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Capt. William Robinson, Jr. (c.1624 - c.1696)

Biography of Capt. William (2) Robinson § Father of Col. Tully (3) Robinson, Elizabeth (3) Robinson Smith, and Mary (3) Robinson Thoroughgood § Husband to Elizabeth Tully (2) Robinson &#x...

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Col. Tully Robinson of Deep Creek (1658 - 1724)

Biography of Col. Tully (3) Robinson § Brother to Elizabeth (3) Robinson Smith & Mary (3) Robinson Thorowgood § Husband to Sarah West § Son to Capt. William (2) Robinson and Elizab...

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William Strachey, III (1572 - d.)

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William Strachey, V (c.1603 - 1634)

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John Buckner, I (c.1631 - 1695)

(JOHN5, THOMAS4, HUGH3, WILLIAM2, RICHARD1) "The earliest mention of the name of Buckner in Virginia is that of John Buckner to whom was granted in 1667 a land patent of 194 acres in Gloucester County....

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Thomas Shippey MP (c.1633 - c.1687)

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Thomas Shippey (c.1603 - c.1676)

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Capt. Thomas Welburne (1648 - 1701)

Appointed as member of Accomac Board of Justices, 5 April 1678 Held rank of Captain in Virginia Militia

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Raleigh Travers MP (1622 - 1700)

Links Virginia genealogies: a genealogy of the Glassell family of Scotland and ... By Horace Edwin Hayden. Page 299 -------------------- 1622 (Present Stafford County), Virginia Colony,...

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John Withers (b. - 1698)

Place of birth is in doubt. There was no West Virginia at that time. Perhaps western Virginia?

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Anthony West MP (c.1601 - 1652)

Anthony West came to Virginia in the "James," 1622, and in the census, 1623/4, is listed at James City, where he is living at "Mr. Treasuror's Plantation," across the river from Jamestown, 1624/5. At a...

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John Stone MP (1610 - 1670)

"Evidence points to this George as the one who came to America and was the start of our Stone family here." "George Stone came to America in 1620 with his three brothers, all young men. They located in...

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William Stone, 3rd Provincial Governor of Maryland MP (1603 - 1660)

) Larry Overmire's page on Governor William Stone is probably the most thorough in its treatment of his biography (the web pages in which he collected the information, mostly verbatim, are in his lis...

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Joseph Stratton (1581 - 1641)

Joseph Stratton was the youngest son of Thomas Stratton. Joseph came to Virginia in the spring of 1628. from:

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Richard Randolph, Sr. MP (1620 - 1678)

Richard Randolph was born February 21, 1620/21 in Houghton Parva, Northamptonshire, England and was christened there on Februaray 24, 1621/22. He was the son of William Ryland and wife Dorothy Lane. He...

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Col William Randolph, II MP (c.1651 - 1711)

William Randolph was a colonist and land owner who played an important role in the history and governement of the Commonwealth of Virginia. He moved to Virginia between 1669 and 1673, and married Mary ...

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Captain John Appleton (deceased)

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Thomas Adams (1667 - 1722)

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John Branch MP (c.1649 - 1688)

Notes Alternate Birth Date: 1653 John Branch died at Parish Varina, Henrico County, Virginia. Sources William and Mary College quarterly historical magazine, Volume 25. By College ...

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William White MP (c.1595 - d.)

William Corker arrived in Jamestown,Virginia before 1624 with his daughter.

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William Rookings (1598 - 1647)

On the opposite side of Chippokes Creek in Surry County, VA was "Flying Point," the Rookings Plantation. At least three or four generations of William Rookings lived at Flying Point from 1636. William ...

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William Rookings, II (1624 - 1676)

On the opposite side of Chippokes Creek in Surry County, VA was "Flying Point," the Rookings Plantation. At least three or four generations of William Rookings lived at Flying Point from 1636. William ...

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William Rookings, III (1652 - 1715)

On the opposite side of Chippokes Creek in Surry County, VA was "Flying Point," the Rookings Plantation. At least three or four generations of William Rookings lived at Flying Point from 1636. William ...

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John Rogers (1626 - 1674)

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William Browne (deceased)

son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Browne, of "Four Mile Tree," Surry county, and was born in 1671. He married Jane Meriwether, daughter of Nicholas Meriwether; justice in 1693 and for many years later,...

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Col. William Browne (deceased)

married Mary, daughter of Colonel Henry Browne, of "Four Mile Tree," Surry county; justice of Surry county, 1668-1705; major of militia, 1672, and lieutenant-colonel, 1679, 1687; presiding justice, 168...

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Nicholas Meriwether I (1631 - 1678)

Nicholas Meriwether arrived in Jamestown, Virginia, probably about 1652. The first confirmation of his existence in Virginia was 4 July 1653 when he patented 300 acres of land in Lancaster County. Fr...

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Elizabeth Meriwether MP (c.1633 - c.1679)

"Recall how after study of transcripts of the Surry Co. Tithable lists, 1668-1703, as opposed to incomplete, selected indexes (Connections, April 1993), we identified a close relationship between the...

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Col. Henry Woodhouse (c.1608 - 1655)

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Joane Palmer MP (1593 - 1633)

Joan Jordan born 1593 in England and died 1633 in Northumberland, Virginia. Parents: Samuel Jordan and France. [n.b. this parentage needs to be checked and verified.] Married: 1613 in Virginia ...

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Thomas Palmer, of Virginia MP (c.1590 - c.1633)

comments not a known child of Sir John Palmer Disconnected August 2014 Links

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Francis Morgan (deceased)

Francis Morgan was a member of the House of Burgesses in 1647, 1652, and 1653 according to the "Colonial Virginia Register" published in 1902.

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Henry NORWOOD (1689 - d.)

Henry Norwood, Colonel, active in the Royalist cause at the outbreak of civil war in England. In 1649, after the beheading of Charles I, Henry fled with friends to Virginia where his cousin, Sir Will...

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Charles NORWOOD (1615 - d.)

Charles Norwood, Virginia Clerk of the Assembly 1654-56. from:

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Thomas Jordan, of Isle of Wight MP (c.1600 - c.1644)

Thomas Jordan was born in England in 1600 and came to America on the ship Diana in 1623. In 1624-5 he headed the list of the governor's men at James City, which indicates that he was a soldier in Gover...

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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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Capt. John Holland, Jr. MP (1616 - 1710)

Major May have been buried on Fighting Cock Plantation (Chuckatuck, VA) about 1664 John Holland came to Nansemond County from New England. in 1663 he obtained acres 200 at Kinsale in 1682 ?He o...

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Peter Jennings (c.1630 - 1719)

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