|Also Known As:||"Alice Layton", "Elizabeth Newton", "Margaret Herbert", "Alice Seyton", "Alice Brewster"|
|Death:||(Date and location unknown)|
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About Alice Willoughby
The Old Dominion in the Seventeenth Century By Warren M. Billings
His wife was named Alice (last name unknown) and his son, Thomas, was born in 1632 and his daughter, Elizabeth, in 1635. (3)
His wife may have been Alice Layton, daughter of John Layton and Ann Burras who were the first English marriage on American soil in 1608 in Virginia. Elizabeth married before her brother, thus she may have been the eldest. This could mean that her father, Thomas married about 1628-1630. Out of an 18 year period, he spent 12 years old of colony. Much time was spent in England and probably Barbados.
on a deposition dated 26 November 1650, he signed it Captain Thomas Willoughby, gentleman, aged 52. He died April 15, 1657 (age 57 or 59) in Al Halowes, Barking, England. (3) (7) He left an estate in Barbados. (7)