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John Constable Lee MP (c.1645 - 1673)

John Constable Lee was born in 1642 in Virginia, the eldest son of Col. Richard Lee and wife Anne Constable. He was sent to England for his education and returned to Virginia about the time of his fath...

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Col. Richard Henry "the Scholar" Lee II, Esq. MP (1647 - 1714)

Col. Richard Henry Lee II, Esq. (1647-1715) was a Colonel, planter, member of the Upper House and the King's Council. He was known as "Richard the Scholar". Richard was the son of Col. Richard Lee I, E...

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Hon. Hancock Lee, of Ditchley MP (c.1652 - 1709)

Vital Statistics Born 1645 in Northumberland Co., Virginia. Possibly in Dividing Creek. Died 1714 in Isle Wight, Virginia. Married: 1) Mary Kendall (1651 - 1694); 2) Sarah Allerton (ca. 1669 - d....

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John Johnson II, Ancient Planter (c.1623 - 1681)

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

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John Johnson I (c.1590 - 1636)

Buried in Travis Cemetery, Jamestown, Virginia. The following was contributed by Gladys Johnson and Stacey Penman: Occupation: Yeoman (small farmer or freeholder) Property: Abt 1620, Received a gra...

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Edmund Jennings, Gov. MP (1659 - 1727)

Edmund Jenings was a Virginian politician. He was President of the Council of Virginia and later became the acting governor from August 23, 1706, to June 10, 1708. His father Sir Edmund Jenings...

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Edward Hill, III MP (1635 - 1726)

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Edward Hill, IV MP (c.1680 - c.1696)

Presumably born after 1677, as he is not named in his grandmother's will.

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Edward Hill, Jr. MP (1637 - 1700)

Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography [Page 141] Hill, Edward, Jr., was the son of Edward Hill Sr., an account of whom appears above. He was probably born at "Shirley," Charles City county, on the banks...

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Richard Townshend MP (c.1606 - 1651)

Listed in the 1624 Jamestown census as a servant of Dr. John Pott, age 19, arrived in 1620 on the Abigaile.

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Joseph "Immigrant" Foster, Col. (c.1630 - c.1660)

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Mary Elizabeth Scott (c.1632 - c.1676)

The following note suggests that the mother of Mary Bassett (wife of Col. John Scott) was Bridget Carey (or Cary) and that Mary's reported parents William Bassett and Bridget Carey were the great great...

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Capt. William Bassett, II (1630 - 1671)

There is a lot of range in the sources of William Bassett's birth, anywhere from 1604 to 1650. I am choosing to go with the 1630 date. The most credible source is the Stella Picket Hardy book, and she ...

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Abraham Piersey (1585 - 1628)

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Frances Mathews MP (c.1598 - 1633)

Samuel Mathews married about 1628 in Virginia to Frances Grevill(e), (b. c 1596 and died 1633), as her third husband. She was the daughter of Giles Greville and Sarah Payne, and had been married, 1stly...

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Roger Wingate (c.1590 - c.1641)

Roger Wingate was a member of an old Bedfordshire family and the son of Roger Wingate, of Barnend, Bedfordshire. In the year 1637, he was living in London and two years later was appointed by the King ...

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Col. George Reade, Acting Gov. MP (1608 - 1674)

George Reade Birth: Oct. 25, 1608 Hampshire, England Death: Oct., 1674 Yorktown York County Virginia, USA Born in Linkenholt, England to Robert & Mildred (Windebank) Reade. He married Elizabe...

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Col. Augustine Warner II MP (1642 - 1681)

. Augustine Warner Jr. is the common ancestor of George Washington and Queen Elizabeth II.[2] Colonel Augustine Warner II succeeded his father and became political friends with Nathaniel Bacon, who...

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Col. Augustine Warner MP (c.1610 - 1674)

Augustine Warner (November 28, 1610 – December 26, 1674), was born in Norwich, Norfolk, to Thomas Warner and Elizabeth Sotherton. He was the progenitor of the Augustine Warner Family, who arrive...

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Maj. Gen. Abraham Wood MP (c.1614 - 1683)

Abraham Wood (1614–1682), sometimes referred to as "General" or "Colonel" Wood, was an English fur trader (specifically the beaver and deerskin trades) and explorer of 17th century colonial Virg...

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Temperance Yeardley, Lady MP (c.1587 - 1628)

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

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Nathaniel Bacon MP (c.1620 - 1692)

Nathaniel Bacon (bap. 1620–1692) Contributed by Peter V. Bergstrom and the Dictionary ofVirginia Biography Nathaniel Bacon, a member of the governor's Council, was often referred to as Natha...

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Col. Myles (Miles) Cary MP (1622 - 1667)

Our American Cary generational and historical study begins with the immigrant Miles CARY [AKA Hon Miles Cary, Miles Cary, Esq, Col. Miles Cary, and sometimes found as Myles Cary] of whom first record...

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George Calvert, Jr. MP (c.1613 - 1634)

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Alexander Baynham (c.1620 - 1659)

Alexander Baynham may have been a servant of his father-in-law's brother, Thomas Baldridge. from:

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Capt. Gabriel Archer of Jamestown (1575 - 1609)

Gabriel Archer was a gentleman and attorney of Warwick, England, sailed from Falmouth, England, 26 March 1602 with the expedition under the command of Bartholomew Gosnold and explored the coast of New ...

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Christopher Calthorpe (1605 - d.)

Came to Virginia from London in 1622 on the Furtherance.

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Jane Brereton MP (c.1636 - 1671)

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

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

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Col. Thomas Brereton MP (c.1635 - 1683)

There is debate as whether Thomas Brereton was born in England or in Virginia. There is NO SOURCE documentation to support the location of his birth. Further research is needed! Thomas Brereton was c...

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Thomas Seawell (deceased)

Thomas Seawell came to Virginia with his brother Henry aboard the George in 1619.

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James Mason (1630 - d.)

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Henry Sewell, of Sewell's Point MP (c.1601 - 1644)

Henry Seawell came to Virginia with his brother in 1619 aboard the George. He served from 1629 to 1633 in the Jamestown House of Burgess and again, from Lower (Southern) Norfolk County (now Nansemond...

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Col. Lemuel Mason MP (1628 - 1702)

Lemuel Mason (son of Francis Mason and Alice Unknown) was born 1628, and died 1702 in Norfolk, VA. He married Alice Sewell on Abt. 1649, daughter of Henry Sewell and Alice Willoughby. Notes for Lemue...

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

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

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George "The Cavalier" Mason MP (c.1629 - 1686)

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Rev. John Waugh MP (c.1630 - c.1706)

Rev. John Waugh b 1630 d 1706. Rev. Waugh’s descendants by his first wife carry the strong tradition of Indian blood. He settled in Stafford County, Virginia, soon after it became a county in 16...

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John "The Ranger" Taliaferro MP (c.1656 - 1720)

John was called "The Ranger" from his service as Lieutenant of the York County Rangers about 1692 in conflicts with the natives. John's will was proved 21 Jun 1720, in Essex Co., VA. He named most of...

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Matthew Lydford, Rev. MP (1623 - 1692)

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Thomas Hamor (deceased)

On Friday, March 22, 1622, Ralph Hamor, his older brother Thomas, and six of their male servants were attacked by the Indians as the colonists were building Hamor's new house in Warrosquyoake Shire The...

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Ralph Haimor (1552 - d.)

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Thomas Gascoigne, Sr. (1601 - 1665)

Thomas (1) Gascoigne was born before 16 May 1601 at Aberford, Yorkshire, England. It was on this date that he was baptized as Thomas, son of Henry Gascoigne.2 [Something to watch out for here is that...

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Col. Southey Littleton (1643 - 1680)

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Lt. Col. Edward Douglas, Burgess (c.1620 - 1657)

Burgess at Jamestown.

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Nathaniel Littleton (Col.) (1605 - 1654)

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Capt. Thomas Warren MP (1624 - 1670)

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

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Mary Daynes MP (c.1635 - 1675)

Note: daughter of William Stone & Verlinda Graves. On June 24, 1653, Mary Stone, widow of William Tucker, made a marriage contract with Thomas Daynes. Linda Reno says she died after 1696 and marrie...

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Anthony Barham (1595 - 1641)

In 1626 Anthony Barham had a patent of 100 acres next to Capt. Nathaniel Basse's on the James River in Isle of Wight, (V.M., 7, p. 218) In March, 1629-1630 he was a member of the House of Burgesses fro...

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Warham St. Ledger Horsmanden, Col. MP (1628 - 1691)

Member of the House of Burgesses for Charles City County.

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Sir Thomas Hinton, MP, of Earlscote MP (1574 - 1635)

Family and Education b. 1573/4, 1st s. of Anthony Hinton of Earlscott, Wanborough, Wilts. and Martha, da. of John Warneford of Sevenhampton, Wilts.1 educ. Queen’s, Oxf. 1591, aged 17.2 m. (1) 15...

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Richard James Foster MP (1619 - c.1681)

#1 taken from: [ ] #2 taken from: [ ] #1 "Richard Foster (b. 1619) immigrated to America. On August 10, 1635 he boarded the Safety in London and arrived soon thereafter in Virginia. He marrie...

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John Hammond MP (1600 - 1701)

LEAH and RACHEL, 0R, the Two Fruitfull Sisters VIRGINIA, AND MARY-LAND: Their Present Condition, Impartially stated and related. Written by John Hammond First Hand Accounts of Virginia, 1575-1705 F...

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Ralph Ralph Hamor (1580 - 1626)

A TRUE DISCOURSE OF THE PRESENT ESTATE OF VIRGINIA by Ralph Hamor First Hand Accounts of Virginia, 1575-1705 From the Virtual Jamestown Project In 1609, Hamor and his father, both members of th...

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Elizabeth (Fuller) (1579 - 1633)

Her husband, Geoffrey/Jeffrey was a partner in the shipping company in England that brought many of our early pilgrims to this country. After his death, Elizabeth came to the colonies with her children...

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John Gater MP (1603 - 1665)

Examination of the original Lamberhurst parish register showed the following:2 1. John GATER had a daughter Elizabeth bap. Dec. 1632 [exact date not viewable on the microfilm 2. John GATER and wife M...

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Sarah Swann (1632 - 1687)

Sarah Drummond, the wife of William Drummond, who was Bacon's leading adviser. She lived just west of the church tower at Jamestown. When others doubted, she picked up from the ground a small stick and...

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William Drummond, Colonial Governor (c.1617 - 1677)

) William Drummond (born ca.1617, died 1677) was the first colonial governor of Albemarle Sound settlement in the Province of Carolina and a participant in Bacon's Rebellion. Early life and caree...

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Anne Cotton MP (c.1620 - 1683)

According to Melissa Thompson Alexander's page on Ann Graves Doughty: Ann married William Cotton (born 1620 in Bunbury, Cheshire, England) at Hungar's Parish in Northampton County, Virginia colon...

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Rev. William Cotton MP (1609 - 1640)

The Reverend William Cotton by William R. Gann William Cotton was born 18 March 1609/10 in Bunbury Parish, Cheshire, England. His parents were Jeffray and Joane Cotton. William had five known sibling...

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Col St Leger Codd (1635 - 1707)

TAYLOR STOUT Gamaliel Taylor was born in Ottumwa, Iowa on October 13, 1845. He was married November 26, 1874, to Laura Caroline Wright. Gamaliel Taylor was the son of Eber Taylor, born in New York St...

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William Custis (b. - 1725)

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Governor Sir Thomas Dale MP (c.1560 - 1619)

Thomas Dale Sir Thomas Dale (died 19 August 1619) was an English naval commander and deputy-governor of the Virginia Colony in 1611 and from 1614 to 1616. Governor Dale is best remembered for the ene...

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Sir Edmund Andros (c.1637 - 1714)

Sir Edmund Andros was an early colonial English governor in North America, most notably as the head of the Dominion of New England for most of its three-year existence. He also governed at various time...

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Col. Robert Bolling MP (1645 - 1709)

Col. Robert Bolling was born December 26, 1646 at Tower Street, All Hallows, Barking Parish, London, England. He was the son of Edward Bolling and wife Marie Carie. Both of his parents died in 1648. Th...

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Sir Samuel Argall MP (1580 - 1626)

Samuel Argall went to the Colonies in 1609 as a trader. Brief Biography Samuel Argall was a longtime resident of Jamestown and the deputy governor of Virginia (1617–1619). He pioneered a f...

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Robert Abrell (1630 - d.)

Richard Abrell (b. WFT Est. 1643-1686, d. WFT Est. 1682-1767) Richard Abrell172, 173 was born WFT Est. 1643-1686 in of Cecil, My Genealogy Home Page Updated April 9, 2008 http:// familytreemaker.gene...

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Willoughby Allerton MP (1664 - 1724)

Allerton Willoughby, son of Col. Isaac Allerton, of the council, and Elizabeth Willoughby, daughter of Capt. Thomas Willoughby, was a burgess for Westmoreland county in 1699, 1710, 1712 and 1712-1714; ...

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Isaac Allerton, Jr. MP (1627 - 1702)

Isaac Allerton,Jr. Birth: May 22 1627 - Plymouth, Plymouth Co, MA Death: Oct 25 1702 - Cople Parish, Westmoreland Co, VA Married: Elizabeth, Elizabeth widow Colclough Parents: Isaac Allerton,...

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

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

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William Bassett (1580 - 1622)

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Capt. Rodham Kenner (1670 - 1706)

Rodham and his father, Richard, were both Burgesses of Northumberland County, Virginia.

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Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, l MP (1584 - 1635)

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh settled on lands lying along Magothy Bay, in Accomack, probably about 1628. His holding was patented by his son Edmund, 18 May 1637, when 200 acres were granted the latter. Cap...

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Walter Chiles, III (1630 - 1672)

Walter CHILES II was born on 20 Mar 1607/8 in Saint Mary Redcliff Parish, Bristol, County Somerset, England. He was baptized in 1609 in Saint Mary Redcliffe Cathedral, Bristol, England. On 24 Jul 1637 ...

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William Whitby (1580 - 1655)

en.wikipedia... ; William Whitby (died March–October 1655) lived in Warwick county, which he represented in the house of burgesses in 1641, 1652, 1653, 1654; presiding as speaker in 1653. ...

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Elizabeth Grendon (1590 - 1678)

Came to Virginia aboard the James.

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Edward Grendon, Ancient Planter MP (1560 - 1628)

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

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Thomas Grendon, Ancient Planter MP (1585 - 1678)

Served as a burgess.

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William Bybee MP (1598 - 1637)

Probably a younger or even youngest son, with few or no expectations in England. In "Muster rolls of Settlers in Virginia" was listed: William Bibbie age 22, in the SWAN, 1620. William landed at Acca...

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Col. Thomas Ballard, Speaker, House of Burgesses MP (c.1630 - 1689)

See Ballard of Virginia: Thomas Ballard of James City County, Virginia (1630-1690) for a family tree and documented evidence for this Thomas Ballard. "Thomas Ballard of James City county, born in 163...

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Thomas Ballard, Sr. MP (1604 - 1642)

"In a search for verification of the connection of this family with Virginia, it was found that Thomas Ballard, born in 1604, who married Anne, daughter of Sir Nathaniel Napper, (Berry's Sussex p. 116)...

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Elizabeth Bacon MP (1625 - 1691)

Nathaniel Bacon (bap. 1620–1692) Contributed by Peter V. Bergstrom and the Dictionary ofVirginia Biography Nathaniel Bacon, a member of the governor's Council, was often referred to as Natha...

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Susan Kingsmill (1623 - d.)

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Nathaniel Kingsmill (1619 - d.)

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Jane Kingsmill MP (c.1605 - d.)

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Richard Kingsmill MP (1604 - c.1638)

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

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Gideon Macon, Sr. MP (1648 - 1702)

He was a lawyer and represented New Kent County in the Burgesses (1693-1702). He was a colonel in the county militia. He was an early vestryman of Bruton parish, Williamsburg, Virginia, from 1668 to 17...

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Major John Robins (1636 - c.1702)

Col. Obedience Robins I, chirurgeon, b. April 16, 1601, in Long Buckby, Eng., son of Richard & Dorothy Robins, arrived in Virginia by 1628. He was appointed one of the first commissioners [justices] of...

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Sarah Woodson MP (1590 - 1660)

A family account written about 1785 by Charles Woodson (1711-~1795), son of Tarleton Woodson, however, survives and supplies details which link the first generations of Woodsons and Robert Woodson, Joh...

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Phettiplace Clouse (1593 - d.)

"Phettiplace Clouse was born in 1593 in Germany. He came to Jamestown, Virginia in 1608 at the age of 15. He came to America aboard the English ship Starr, that sailed from London, and worked as an ind...

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Lt. Col. Richard Cocke MP (1597 - 1665)

Richard Cocke baptized: 13 December 1597, Parish of Sidbury, Shropshire, England Death: October 4, 1665 Bremo, Henrico, Virginia Parents: Thomas Cocke & his wife Married: Temperance Bailey, ...

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Temperance Cocke MP (c.1617 - 1652)

Temperance Bailey Birth: 1617 - Bailey's Point, Henrico County, VA Death: 1651 - Bremo, Henrico County, VA Parents: Thomas Bailey/Bayley and Cecily Reynolds. Husband: John Browne, Richard Coc...

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John Browne, of Virginia MP (c.1609 - 1655)

John Browne, born 1609 of in Northampton Co, Virginia; died 1656 in Northampton Co, Virginia. He married Ursula Aft. 1635 Links offers ancestors

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William Broadnax (c.1625 - 1727)

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Thomas Branch MP (1624 - c.1695)

"Christopher sailed on the ship "London Marchment" with his wife Mary Addie and his 9 month old son Thomas. ( Musters of Inhabitants in Va. by Jester Hiden )" Thomas lived on the part of land called ...

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Mary Branch MP (c.1602 - c.1630)

Mary Addie married Christopher Branch on September 2, 1619, at St. Peter's, Westcheap, London, England. She died sometime before 1630. Mary Addie [Parents] was born in 1602 in Darton, County York, En...

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Christopher Branch MP (1602 - 1681)

Census of 1624-25--There were 680 free people and 457 white servants, and 23 Negroes. Of the freemen 25 left descendants in well-know families which can be traced to the present day. Eight of the serva...

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Nathaniel Bacon (led Bacon's Rebellion) (1647 - 1676)

Nathaniel Bacon (colonist) Nathaniel Bacon (2 January 1647 – 26 October 1676) was a colonist of the Virginia Colony, famous as the instigator of Bacon's Rebellion of 1676, which collapsed when...

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Thomas Stegge, Jr. MP (b. - 1671)

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Thomas Stegge, I MP (c.1594 - 1651)

In 1637 Captain Stegg(e) was a merchant trading on the James River. Thomas Steege of England and Colony of Virginia was a Burgess for Charles City County Virginia and speaker of the House 1642-1643. Co...

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William Roper MP (c.1637 - 1691)

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