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Angelo "Angell" Jacobus

Also Known As: "Angell", "Angelo", "Angel"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Parish of St Andrew Holborn, London, England
Death: between October 09, 1697 and September 05, 1698 (49-57)
North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Angelo Jacobus, Sr. and Susannah Jacobus
Husband of Ann (Anne) Jacobus and Elizabeth Jacobus
Father of Samuel Jacobus; Elizabeth Yeats; Susannah Rogers / Davis / Dozier; Winifred Yeats Pycraft Williams Bertrand Wilson and Ann Jacobus

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About Angelo "Angell" Jacobus

A Register of the Scholars Admitted Into Merchant Taylor's School ..., Volume 1 By Merchant Taylors' School (London, England), Charles John Robinson (on Googlebooks)

p. 230. the List for 1655-6 lists Angelo Jacobus, only son of Angelo, Greek and merchant, born in Andrew's Holborn, 19 Sept 1644.

Curator's note: I am assuming this date is for the younger Angell, which makes him older than previously believed. If we try to make this date apply to the father, the dates become too tight in between generations.

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married 1) Elizabeth Clarke 18 Apr 1678 North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia 2) Ann Vallott Jenkinson 12 Jul 1694 Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia

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All of the following found at http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I06829...

Richmond Co Wills p.345 - Angell JACOBUS; will prov. and rec. in this county; 8 Sep 1698.

Contributed by Wade Newman

In his Will he mentioned his property near "Charles Beaver Dam" which is near the mouth of Rappahannock Creek. This is the area where the family of Elias Wilson resided.

Virginia Will and Probate Records Middlesex (County) Wills Vol A 1675-1698, Wills Vol 8 1698-1754 Ancestry.com microfilm, Frame 504/627

In the name of God Amen I Angell Jacobus of Christ Church Parish being weak of Body but perfect in memory and remembrance at his present time raise be God according to the computations of the Church of England I do ordain and constitute this to be my Last Will and Testament revoking all other wills whatsoever by me made.

First I bequeath my soul to the Almighty Gog who gave it ___ by the mercy of Jesus Christ my redeemer to receive everlasting life.

Secondly I bequeath my body to the earth to be buried at ye discretion of my executor hereafter mentioned .

Item I give and bequeath to my eldest daughter Elizabeth Yeats one hundred acres of land lying in Richmond County in North Farnham Parish it being part of her uncle Clarks land upon ye ___ to her and her heirs forever,

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Ann Jacobus that plantation in Richmond County where I lived on with one hundred acres of land to her and her heirs lawfully begotten of her body and in case for want of such heirs to be equally to ye surviving sisters divided,

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Winifred Jacobus one hundred acres of land lying and joining to ye plantation I lived on and one hundred acres of land lying by Charles Beaver Dam to her and her heirs lawfully begotten by her body and in case for want of such heirs to be equally divided to ye surviving sisters divided,

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Jacobus one hundred ninety five acres of land joining to ye plantation whereon I lived in Richmond County it being now seated by my son in law Wm Yeats to her and her heirs lawfully begotten by her body and in case for want of such heirs to be equally to ye surviving sisters divided,

Item, I give and bequeath one hundred and fifty acres of land lying and joining to ye land of Mr Fran Gower ___ Mr Henry Aston Samuel Baly in Richmond County to a child that my wife now goeth with male or female to it and its heirs lawfully begotten by its body forever and in case for want of such heirs to return to my daughter Winifred

Item, I give and bequeath all my goods and chattels that belong to my plantation in Richmond County to be equally divided between my daughter Ann and my daughter Susannah and daughter Winifred Jacobus equally divided in quantity and quality ,

Item I give and bequeath to my grnd Daughter Elizabeth Yeats one heifer and her increase I give to my daughter Elizabeth Yeats for ye allowance of her dowered a woman servant named Ann Widdow,

Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Susannah Jacobus in lieu of an Indian boy called Peter given to her by her uncle Clark, six ____ ____ one large brass kettle one feather bed bolster two pillows and pairs of blankets a wosted rug , red ___ curtains and valences with a silk fringe to it.

Item it is my will and desire that my Indian boy called Peter shall be free at this seventh day of February come two year, further it is my will and desire that ye said Indian Peter shall have at ye expiration of his after said two year a young mare three years old bridle and saddle a ____ and ____ of clothes a hat one shirt a pair of trousers and hoses,

Item I give and bequeath all ye rest of my personal estate whatsoever unto my loving wife Ann Jacobus,

Item it is my will and desire that Mr Joseph ____ (Dicke?) shall remain on ye plantation whereon he now liveth until my daughter Ann be of age or married paying to the use of my said daughter Ann the rent annually one thousand pounds of tobacco,

Item I do make and constitute my loving wife Ann Jacobus as my whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament, As Witnessed my hand and seale by these presents, October the ninth 1697, Angell Jacobus Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us Isaac Preton(?), John Green, Wm Downing.

At a court held for the County of Middlesex of 5th day of September 1698, Here personally appeared John Bryant and William Downing and made oath upon the holy evangelist that they saw Angell Jacobus sign seale and declare this will contained on this sheet of paper to be his last will and testament and that he was then in perfect sense and memory, test Edwin Thacker CC

Richmond Co Wills p.345 - Angell JACOBUS; will prov. and rec. in this county; 8 Sep 1698. [Angell JACOBUS mar. (1) Elizabeth CLARK by 1688 and (2) Anne VALLOTT, 12 Jul 1694. MRC, p.102

Contributed by Wade Newman

In his Will he mentioned his property near "Charles Beaver Dam" which is near the mouth of Rappahannock Creek. This is the area where the family of Elias Wilson resided.

Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692 8 March, 1682 ; CLARKE, JOAN,* 3 May, 1683. To my two daughters Anne Gower and Elizabeth Jacobus all my wearing apparel to be equally divided between them. To Stanley Gower the son of Francis and Anne Gower one cow with all her increase forever to be delivered to the said Stanley the next Spring shall be Twelve month after my decease. To Elizabeth Jacobus daughter of Angell Jacobus and Elizabeth that feather bed I generally used to lye upon with the bolster Rugg and two feather pillows. Also to the said daughter of Angell Jacobus one cow with all her increase for ever to be delivered the next Spring shall be twelve month after my decease. To son John Clarke all my other estate (except what is above specified) as household stuff and all other Hereditamt and all other personall Estate as slaves cattle hoggs and a horse called Button And everything else I do possess with whether debts or otherways only what I above give to my daughters and their children excepted. It is my will that my son John remove nothing from the Plantation I now live on till he comes to the age of one and twenty. I also give to my son John a Certain Tract of Land that belongeth to me of seven hundred ninety and two and one halfe (792.5) acres that lyeth up-wards upon Rappeh River and nigh unto one William Sargent to him my said son and his heirs forever but if my said son should die without issue then the said tract of land to be divided between the heirs of the bodies of my two daughters Anne Gower and Elizabeth Jacobus. Appoints her son John Clarke her sole Executor. To Francis Gower son of Francis and Anne Gower one cow to be delivered the next Spring Come twelve month after my decease the weh Cow I give with its increase for Ever. This Cow is to be excepted from those Cattle I give my son John as well as the other two I gave my Grandchildren Stanley Gower and Elizabeth Jacobus. I desire my trusty and welbeloved ffriend Coil John Stone of Rapp8c County to guide and direct and counsel my son John Clarke till he Comes to ye age of one and twenty. Wit. ISAAC WRIGHT, EDMUND NORTHER, aged 30 years or thereabouts, THOMAS X HART, WILLIAM WARD, aged 28 years or thereabouts.

RICHMOND COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 1692-1693 30 Apr 1692. Deed. ANGELL JACOBUS of the parish of n Farnham Rappa Co cooper and ELIZABETH his wife for 3720 pounds of tobb sold to WILLIAM YEATS of same parish ... a parcel] of land in the parish afsd 100 a. adj DANIEL JACKSON, which land decended to the said ELIZABETH by the death of her brother JOHN CLARKE. Wit: ELIAS YEATES, WM EALE, JAMES ELLIS. Ackn 4 May 1692. Attest: WM COLSTON clerk. (Bk 1:pg 1)

4 May 1692. ELIZA JACOBUS w/o ANGELL JACOBUS of Rappa Co n Farnham Parish cooper doth appoint my neighbour & friend DAVID BARRICK my atty to ackn a parcell of land that my husband and I have sold unto WILLIAM YEATES planter of same place the said land belonging to my brother CLARK decd. Wit: GEORGE EALE, THOMAS WOODE, JOHN ANDERSON. (Bk 1:pg

James Hughes 2006-04-25 17:06:00 OLD RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY, VIRGINIA LAWSONS Rappahannock County, Virginia, Court Orders, No. 1, 1683-1686, page 112 (159), Court held 2 September 1685 - The following were sworn in to set on a jury: - Thomas Glascock, John Bayley, John Jones, Angell Jacobus, John Linkhorne, Peter Ellis, Robert Sisson, Joshua Lawson, Edward George, Philip Hunnings, William REYNOLDS and James Taylor.

Old Rappahannock Co Deeds & Wills - 1679-1682; pg 335-336 TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these prsents shall come Know yee I JOANE CLARK of Pish of Farnham in the County of Rappa: doe for and in consideration of one Gelding by me reced of ROBERT WILSON the assignee of NICHOLAS YEATES for wch I the sd JOANE CLARK doe fully discharge the sd ROBT. WOLSON & NICHOLAS YEATES & doe for these prsents sell to the sd NICHOLAS YEATES Ninty six acres of land on the North side of RAPPA RIVER upon the branches of RAPPA CREEK, Beginning at a red Oake the corner tree of Coll. JOHN WALKER from thence West by a branch side thence North to a red Oake between two branches, thence Eastward by a branch the line of Major PEIRCE, thence to a red Oak on the side of a Hill the South East side of a branch, thence to the first station; To have and to hold the sd land with all the rights from me the sd JOANE CLARK and from my heires to the sd NICHOLAS YEATES his heires or assignes forever wth warranty to defend the same In Witness whereof I have sett my hand and Seale this Sixth day of July 1681 Signed Sealed and delivered in prsence of us ANGELL JACOBUS All is pvided that the sd land is seated ac NICHOLAS YEATES cording to Act of Assembly between this ne come twelve month by the said December ye 6th 1681 ALEXANDER DUDLEY or his order or they Recordatr in Cur Com Rappae: that he shall sell or confirme the land to 4 die Janry, 1681 JOANE CLARKE I NICHOLAS YATES doe assigne unto ALEXANDER DUDLEY all my right & Intrest of the within mentioned Bill of Sale as far forth as I have it my selfe to him or his assignes as Witness my hand this 7th of Decembr: 1681 Test ANGELL JACOBUS NICHOLAS YEATES CHRISTOP: PREDUM Recordatr xx3 die Janry, 1681 KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I JOANE CLARK of the County of Rappa: in the Pish of Farnham doth constitute my Son in Law, ANGELL JACOBUS, of the aforesaid County and Pish my true and lawful! atturney for the acknowledging of a pcell of land sold unto NICHOLAS YEATES, Ferryman, of the aforesid County and Pish and he assigning it over to ALEXANDER DUDLEY with my consent and I therefore have made this Letter of Atturney to acknowledge to ALEXANDR: DUDLEY in as full power as I myselfe was there in person as Witness my hand and Seale this 3d day of Janry. 1681 Testes ELIZABETH JACOBUS, JOANNE CLARKE JAMES PEALE Recordatr xx3 die Janry. 1681

Old Rappahannock Co Deeds & Wills - 1679-1682; pg 356 A Brindled heifer about two yeares of age marked with a crop on ye left eare & a flower de luce on ye right eare to be recorded for PRICELA YEATES, Daughter of ELIAS YEATES and MARY his Wife, all her increase both male and female by me ANGELL JACOBUS being in ye Custody of ELIAS YEATES, her Father, & there to remaine till ye day of age or the day of Marriage as Witness my hand this 4th of July 1682 WILLIAM POWELL, ANGELL JACOBUS THOMAS RYLY Recordatr xx4 die July 1682

Old Rappahannock Co Orders - 1683-1685: pg 86 Rappahannock County ourt 6th of May 1685 - ANGELL JACOBUS is ordered to officiat as CONSTABLE in the roome of DAVID PINSALL this ensueing yeare

1694-1697 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3; Antient Press: (Page 53) Court 1st of July 1695 - ANGELL JACCOBUS and ANN his Wife appeared and acknowledged a Deed of Gift of Land to CATHERINE VALLETT and ANN VALLETT, which is admitted to Record

1695-1701 Richmond County, VA, Deed Book 2; Antient Press: (Page 166) THIS INDENTURE made the second day of May in the year of our Lord Between ANGELL and ANN JACOBUS of the one part and HENRY HOW of the other part, both of Richmond County, FARNHAM Parish Rapahank: River in Virginia. Witnesseth that I ANGELL JACOBUS by and with the full & free consent of my Lawful' Wife, ANN, as well for a good & valuable consideration in hand paid hath granted unto HENRY HOW One hundred acres of Land being part of a Devident belonging to the said JACOBUS which he took up and tnere'd at the PROPRIETORS OFFICE with Colo. FITZHUGH, suveyed by Capt ALEXANDER SPENCE Surveyor. it being part of Four hundred fifty five acres was formerly called COGWELLs Land, the said hundred acres of Land bounded as followeth beginning at a marked corner red Oak standing on a Point of JOHN SHIMLOCKS SWAMP, thence South West to a marked Corner red Oak standing on a Point of JNO: SHURLOCKS SWAMP, thence South West to a marked Chesnut tree standing on the side of a hill at the head of the FOXGRAPE SWAMP, thence South West to a marked red Oak, thence South West to a marked red Oak, thence South West to a marked corner white Oak to the Land of JOHN CRUTCHER deced, standing in the back line of JAMES WILLIAMSON deced, thence running down the line of the said JAMES WILLIAMSON deced East to a marked corner red Oak to the Land of THOMAS RIDLEY, thence extending by a line of marked trees to the place where the beginning tree standeth, including the said hundred acres of land in this manner, together with all Timber trees standing and being thereupon and belonging thereunto, all which premisses are being in the Parish of FARNHAM in aforesaid County of Richmond and now is in the possession of the said HENRY HOW his heirs or assigns; To have and to hold unto the said HENRY HOW his heirs or assigns forever together with all other benefits belonging in as large and ample manner as are expressed in the Patent of the said Land and by the Rents & services therein mentioned to be due and payable; And we the said ANGELL and ANN JACOBUS do for ourselves our heirs promise that he the said HENRY HOW his heirs may at aU times forever hereafter peaceably hold and enjoy the aforesaid Land with their appurtinances without the molestation of any persons whatsoever that shall make any claim to any part thereof; And lastly we the said ANGELL and ANN JACOBUS do for ourselves our heirs do promise that all times forever hereafter defend the said Land in a Lawsuit to the said HENRY HOW & cause to be done all such further assurance for the sure conveying the aforesd. Land as shall be reasonably required. In Witness whereof the parties abovementioned have sett their hands and fixed their seals Sealed & sign 'd & deliver'd in the presence of us JOHN BERRIDGE, ANGELL JACOBUS JAMES STEVENSON ANN JACOBUS Recognitr: in Cur: Corn: Richmond 3d die Junii Ano: Dom: 1696 et Recordr: 15d die Test WM. COLSTON, Cle. BE IT KNOWN unto all men that I ANN JACOBUS of Parish of FARNHAM in County of Richmd. do appoint my trusty and welbeloved freind, DAVID BERWICK to be my true and law-full Attorney for me to acknowledge & surrender from me my heirs forever all my right in One hundred acres of land which he path bought of my Husband, ANGELL JACOBUS, by Deed bearing date the second day of May 1696 Moreover I the said ANN JACOBUS do justifie and confirm whatsoever my abovesd. Attorney shall lawfully doe in the premisses in as full a manner as if I myself were personally present. In Witness whereof I have sett my hand & seal this Third day of June Ano: 1696 Seafd Sign'd & deliver'd in presence of us HENRY LUCAS, ANN JACOBUS JANE LUCAS Record: Test. WM: COLSTON, Cle.

1695-1701 Richmond Co VA Deed Book 2; Antient Press: (Page 230) THIS INDENTURE made this 6th: day of April Ano: Dom: 1697 Between ANGELL JACOBUS and ANN his Wife of one party & RANDOLPH DUGLASS of the other party Witriessuth that the aforesd. ANGELL. JACOBUS together with ANN his Wife hive bargained sold sett & leased & confirmed unto the aforesd. RANDOLPH DUGLASS to him his heirs and assigns Fifty acres of Land in the Parish of FARNHAM in the County of Richmond beginning at a red Oak corner tree in the line of Mr. THO: BEALE so running down the Branch till it meets -with MONOCON SWAMP & so to continue untill the aforesd. Fifty acres of land be fully compleated; Now Know ye that I ANGELL JACOBUS & ANN my Wife do for a valuable consideration to us in hand already paid & do further confirm sett lett & lease & make over unto the said RANDOLPH DUGLASS for Ninety nine years the aforesaid Fifty acres of Land unto said RANDOLPH DUGLASS paying yearly to the sd ANGELL JACOBUS an Ear of Corn Rent with our full & generall Warranty from we the said ANGELL JACOBUS & ANN us or either of us our heirs or assigns for the full term of Ninety & nine years & from any persons whatsoever to him the aforesd. RANDOLPH DUGLASS or to his heirs or assigns for the full term of Ninety nine years aforesd. with all the Priviledges or emoluments thereunto belonging he or they paying all such as shall hereafter become due & do further oblige ourselves that we shall be ready & willing at any time hereafter to give unto the sd RANDOLPH DUGLASS his heirs or assigns any better confirmation that his advice shall direct to & this our act & deed we shall acknowledge in the County Court of Richmond when thereunto required. To the Truth of which & every part whereof we have put to hands & affixed our seals Sign'd seal'd & deliver'd in the presence of us JOS: DEEKE, ANGELL JACOBUS JOHN FAUKES JOS: RUSSELL Recognitr: in Cur: Com; Richmond 7d. die Aprilis Ano: 1697 et record 24d. die Test WM. COLSTON, Cl Cur

1708-1711 Richmond County, Virginia Deeds; (Antient Press}: Page 182-183 THIS INDENTURE made the seven & twentieth day of February in the eight year of the Reigne of our Sovereign Lady Anne by the grace of God Queen of Great Brittain France and Ireland, Defender of the faith &c., annoq. Dom. 1709, Betweene THOMAS GILL of County of NORTHUMBERLAND inthe Colony of Virginia, Planter, of one part and BARTHOLOMEW DAWSEY of the Pish. of FARNHAM in County of Richmond, Planter, of other part; Witnesseth that THOMAS GILL for the sum of Five Shillings Sterling to him in hand paid by BARTHOLOMEW DAWSEY by these presents doth bargain and sell unto BARTHOLOMEW DAWSEY and assigns all that tract of land lying in the Pish, of FARNHAM and County of Richmond containing by estimation one hundred acres bounded, Beginning at the line of the HICCORY THICKETT and running a long the said line North six degrees East one hundred sixty five poles between a red Oak and a Spanish Oak near MONOCON, thence cross the same North eighty four degrees West eighty two poles between two red Oak saplins, thence South six degrees West one hundred eighty six poles between a white Oak and two red Oakes in the line of NICHOLAS CHRISTOPHER, thence along his line North seventy eight degrees East ninety one poles to the aforesaid line of the HICCORY THICKETT, which said land was by Deed duly executed & conveyed by ANGELL JACOBUS late of this County deceased & ELIZABETH his Wife unto WILLIAM YEATS of the same County his heirs and by WILLIAM YEATS conveyed unto said THOMAS GILL and his heirs; Together with all houses gardens orchards woods profitts and appurtenances whatsoever belonging; To have and to hold said tract of land unto BARTHOLOMEW DAWSEY and assignes dureing the full tearm of one whole year paying unto THOMAS GILL his heirs the rent of one pepper Come at the feast of St. Michaell the Archangell if demanded to the intent that by vertue of these presents and of the statute for transferring uses into possession BARTHOLOMEW DAWSEY may be in the actuall possession of the premises and thereby be better enabled to accept a grant of the Release thereof In Witness whereof the parties first above named to the present Indentures have interchangeably sett their hart dc & seals the day year above written Sealed & delivered in the presence of GABRIELL ALLOWAY, THO: GILL SAMLL, GODWIN At a Court held for Richmond County Aprill the Fifth 1710 This day came into Court THOMAS GILL presented & acknowledged this his Deed unto BARTHOLOMEW DAWSEY and it was admitted to record; Mr. SAMUELL GODWIN appeared in Court and by vertue of a Letter of Attorney from MARGRETT GILL, the Wife of said THOMAS GILL, to him in that behalf made & relinquished her the said MARGRETTs right of Dower in the lands conveyed in this Deed unto the said DAWSEY, which is also admitted to record Test M. BECKWITH, CI Cur Examined p M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur

http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=181&last=&g_... llection=NN Grant Title Jacobus, Angelo. Publication 30 July 1695. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Note Location: Richmond County. Description: 454 acres adjoining Henry Strishton, John Clistier and the land of James Williamson (decd). Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 181 (Reel 288).

http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=181&last=182... &collection=NN Grant Title Jacobus, Angelo. Publication 30 July 1695. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Note Location: Richmond County. Description: 190 acres adjoining William Smith, orphans of Moore Frankleroy, John Hawford, George Eale. Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 181-182 (Reel 288).

http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=32&last=&g_p... lection=NN Grant Title Garland, William. Publication 4 February 1723/1724. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Note Location: Richmond County. Description: 101 acres 2r. 14 perches adjoining land of Angell Jacobus, Burditt, Thornton, said Garland &c. Source: Northern Neck Grants A, 1722-1726, p. 32, folio (Reel 290).

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from Virginia Births and Christenings

Name: Elizabeth Jacobus

  • Gender: Female
  • Christening Date: 14 Nov 1680
  • Christening Place: NORTH FARNHAM PARISH, RICHMOND County, VIRGINIA
  • Father's Name: Angel Jacobus
  • Mother's Name: Elizabeth
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Angelo "Angell" Jacobus's Timeline

1644
September 19, 1644
Parish of St Andrew Holborn, London, England
1645
October 4, 1645
Age 1
London, England
1680
November 14, 1680
Richmond County, Virginia Colony
1686
1686
Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony
1687
1687
Virginia, United States
1697
October 9, 1697
Age 53
Richmond County, Virginia Colony
1697
Middlesex, Virginia, United States
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