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Governor Sir George Yeardley MP (1588 - 1627)

Temperance Flowerdew is documented as a wife of Governor Sir George Yeardley. Alice Bradley and Sarah NN are not. Sir George Yeardley (1587 - 1627) was a plantation owner and three time colonial Gove...

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Ensign Isaac Chapline MP (1584 - 1628)

Isaac was a Captain in the Royal Navy. -------------------- From Chaplines from Maryland and Virginia by Maria E. Liggett Dare, Pg 13. Isaac Chapline, Ensign in English Royal Navy, to America w...

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Mary Chapline (Calvert) MP (1586 - c.1625)

Arrived on "JAMES" at Jamestown 1622. Lord Baltimore is brother. Lord Baltimore II is nephew.

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Mary Chapline (1623 - d.)

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Anthony Wyatt (1620 - 1656)

BAD LINK Since " Anthony Wyatt was a member of the House of Burgesses for Charles City county in 1645, 1653, and 1656", he must have been of mature age by then. He arrived in Virginia sometime afte...

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Col. John Washington MP (1632 - 1677)

John Washington (c. 1631-1677) was an English Virginia planter and politician. He was the immigrant ancestor and great-grandfather of George Washington, first president of the United States of America....

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Thomas West, 3rd Baron de la Warre MP (1577 - 1618)

Thomas West, 3rd (or 12th) Baron De La Warr (July 9, 1577 – June 7, 1618) was the Englishman after whom the bay, the river, and, consequently, an American Indian people and U.S. state, all l...

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Col. William Underwood MP (c.1606 - 1637)

Col. William Underwood 1607-1637 also seen as Birth: Jan 2 1599/00 - St Bride Fleet St, London, England Death: Jan 1643/44 - St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey, England Parents: Edmond Underwood, Ali...

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Gov. Daniel Tucker MP (1580 - 1625)

Daniel Tucker (1575-1625) who was born in Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent, stockholder in the Virginia Company of London, came to Jamestowne in 1608 in the Second Supply, and served as the second Governor ...

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Capt. William Tucker, of Kicoughtan, Virginia MP (1589 - 1644)

Capt William Tucker was NOT the son of William and Honor (Erisye)Tucker of Exeter Devon despite what has been frequently published on the Web and in other places. There are many sources that establish ...

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Edward Maria Wingfield, MP, 1st Governor of Virginia (c.1550 - c.1614)

Family and Education b. c.1550, 1st s. of Thomas Maria Wingfield† of Stoneley by Margaret, da. of Edward Kaye of Woodsome, Yorks. unm. suc. fa. 15 Aug. 1557. Offices Held Capt. in Ireland an...

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Sir George Percy, Colonial Governor of Virginia MP (1580 - 1632)

George Percy (September 4, 1580 – 1632) was an English explorer, author, and early Colonial Governor of Virginia. George Percy was born in England, the youngest son of Henry Percy, 2nd/8th E...

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Captain John Martin of Jamestown (c.1560 - 1632)

Capt. John Martin (c. 1560 – 1632) was a Councilman of the Jamestown Colony in 1607. He was the proprietor of Martin's Brandon Plantation on the south bank of the James River. Located in modern-...

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Bartholomew Gosnold MP (c.1571 - 1607)

He is considered by the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (APVA) to be the "prime mover of the colonization of Virginia." Gosnold also led the first recorded European expedition ...

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Capt. Christopher Newport, Admiral of Virginia MP (1561 - 1617)

Curator Note: Capt. Christopher Newport was married three times, to Katherine Proctor, Ellen Ade and Elizabeth Glanfield. He had four children -- Christopher, Jane, John and Elizabeth. Two additional...

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Capt. John Smith (Colonial Governor of Virginia) MP (1579 - 1631)

Regarding John Smith and Pocahontas' marriage: This is only a rumor, but someone has done "genealogy" for this "couple." There is truth to John Smith's existence and that he did encounter Pocahontas....

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John A. Trussell, Col. MP (c.1605 - 1659)

Marriage WFT Est. 1618-1648 Arrived in Virginia in 1622 on the ship "Southhampton", as the servant of Thomas Paulett. Capt. Paulett appeared in the first assembly at Jamestown, Va. in 1619. John was ...

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Thomas Ligon, III MP (1623 - 1675)

Col. Thomas Ligon, in his own words If he could speak to us today, Col. Thomas Ligon might describe his life as follows. I was baptized at Walsgrave-on-Sowe, Warwickshire, England, 11 January 1...

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Bartholomew Hoskyns/Hoskins (c.1600 - 1663)

On July 3, 1624, Mrs. Dorcas Foster was married at St. Dunstan's Church, in Stepney, London, England to Bartholomew Hoskins of Jamestown, Virginia and London, England. Dorcas Foster was described as a ...

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Pocahontas MP (1595 - 1617)

A note about names and titles from : Although Pocahontas was not a princess in the context of Powhatan culture, the Virginia Company nevertheless presented her as a princess to the English public. ...

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Captain John Rolfe, Ancient Planter MP (1585 - 1622)

Rolfe, John 1585 – He was born this year in Norfolk, England. At the time, Spain held a virtual monopoly on the lucrative tobacco trade within Europe. Most Spanish colonies in the New World we...

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Sir Thomas Gates, Colonial Governor of Virginia (Jamestown) MP (1582 - 1660)

Thomas Gates Sir Thomas Gates (fl. 1585–1621), followed George Percy as governor of Jamestown, the English colony of Virginia (now the Commonwealth of Virginia, part of the United States of ...

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William Carter, Sr. (c.1600 - 1655)

1 March 1622/23 William Carter first appears in the records of James City County. He with some other young men were brought to account for killing and eating a calf (Journal of the Council and Gen. ...

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Col. Robert "King" Carter MP (1663 - 1732)

Robert Carter also known as King Carter (1663 – August 4, 1732) of Lancaster County was a colonist in Virginia and became one of the wealthiest men in the colonies. As President of the Gover...

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Capt. Thomas Graves, Gent. MP (c.1584 - 1635)

From the Graves Family Association page covering ongoing research into the Graves family history: CAPT. THOMAS GRAVES OF VA, ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS WHAT IS KNOWN: Not only is Capt. Thomas Gr...

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Richard Kenner (c.1635 - 1692)

Richard Kenner was born about 1635 in England and he died in 1692 Northumberland County, Virginia. Some sources state he was a Captain in the British Navy and the son of Richard Kenner b. 1600 who died...

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Sir William Berkeley, Colonial Governor of Virginia (1605 - 1677)

Sir William Berkeley (pronounced "bark-lee") (Hanworth Manor, Middlesex 1605–Berkeley House, Mayfair, London 9 July 1677) was a governor of Virginia, appointed by King Charles I, of whom he wa...

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Peregrine Bland (c.1596 - 1647)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Peregrine Bland (c. 1596 – June 11, 1647[1]) was an early settler of the Virginia Colony and a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses.[2] Bland w...

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Rev. James Boisseau MP (c.1656 - d.)

Rev. James BOISSEAU was born 1660 in Montauban, France. When the Edict of Nantes came down in 1685, it is said his father, grandfather and one of his brothers were all killed trying to defend their chu...

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Colonel Richard "the Immigrant" Lee I MP (1613 - 1664)

Additional Curator's Note: I regret the need to lock this profile, but there are so many Lees in early Virginia history, with repeating given names, that it is very easy to merge the wrong profiles. Ju...

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Margaret Wyatt (1579 - 1644)

SANDYS4 Margaret SANDYS Born: ABT 1597 Died: 24 Aug 1644, Virginia Father: Samuel SANDYS of Ombersley (Sir Knight MP Sheriff) Mother: Mercy CULPEPER Married: Francis WYATT (Sir) Children:...

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George Sandys MP (1577 - 1644)

George Sandys: March 2, 1577-March 1644 Parents: Archbishop Edwin Sandys 1519-1588 and Cecily Wilford 1520-1611 The area's first documented land owner, George Sandys, served as Jamestown's inaugura...

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George Wyatt (c.1619 - 1672)

In 1642, George's uncle, Sir Francis Wyatt, at that time Governor of Virginia for the second time, brought George Wyatt and his brothers and sisters back(?) to Virginia. Edward and his brother, George ...

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Edward Wyatt, Sr. (1619 - 1688)

-------------------- Immigrated as a small child to Middle Plantation and Gloucester Counter Virginia. [More likely, he made the trip as an adult - there is no evidence for any of the Wyatt childre...

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Sir Francis Wyatt, first English Royal Governor of Virginia MP (1588 - 1644)

When Sir Francis Wyatt arrived in Jamestown in October 1621 on "The George," he brought with him a new constitution for the Colony. This famous ordinance furnished the model of every subsequent form of...

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Rev. Hawte Wyatt MP (1594 - 1638)

Haute Wyatt Birth: about 1594, Boxley Parish near Maidstone, Kent, England Death: Jul. 31, 1638 Boxley Parish near Maidstone, Kent, England Parents: George Wyatt, Jane Finch Burial: Boxley Ch...

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