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Ann Lee (Constable)

Also Known As: "Anna", "Anne", "Owen", "Lister", "Ann Lee", "Anne Constable", "Anne Owen Constable Lee"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: London, Middlesex, England (United Kingdom)
Death: October 06, 1706 (84)
Dividing Creek, Northumberland County, Virginia, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Divided Creek, Northumberland, Virginia, Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Francis Constable and Alice Agnes Constable
Wife of Colonel Richard "the Immigrant" Lee and Edmund Lister
Mother of Capt. John Lee; Col. Richard “the Scholar” Lee, II; Francis Lee; Ann Youell; Captain William Lee, Esq. and 4 others
Sister of Alice Constable; Sarah Savage; Joan Constable; Mary Constable; Elizabeth Constable and 8 others

Managed by: Jacqueli Charlene Finley
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About Ann Lee

Ann Constable was born c. February 1622 in London, England. She was christened on 21 Feb 1622 in London. London, England. She died on 6 Oct 1706 in Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Virginia. She was buried in Oct 1706 in Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Virginia. Her name is sometimes shown as Anna. This is from church records which were written in Latin at that time.

In the year 1640 Richard Henry Lee married at Jamestown Anne Constable, daughter of Francis Constable and a ward of Sir John Thoroughgood, a personal attendant of Charles I, King of England (1600-1649). She had accompanied the family of Virginia Governor Sir Francis Wyatt (1575-1644), and at the time of her marriage to Richard, she was residing at the Wyatt household in Jamestown.

They had the following children:

  • John Lee, eldest son of Col. Richard Lee and wife Anne Constable, was born in 1642 in Virginia. He died in 1673 at his home, Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland County, Virginia. He never married and his estate reverted to his brother Richard Lee, II., He claimed 3100 acres of Headright land in Westmoreland Co., VA. for transporting 62 people, one of whom was Thomas Sparrow, 18 Oct 1668.
  • Col. Richard Henry Lee II, Esq. (1647-1715) was a Colonel, planter, member of the Upper House and the King's Council. He was the son of Col. Richard Lee I, Esq., "the Immigrant" and Anne Constable. Married Laetitia Corbin; seven children. Known as "the Scholar."
  • Francis Lee was born c.1648 at Dividing Creek, Virginia and died in 1714 in London, England. Francis and his wife Tamar, whose surname is not known, had at least seven children.
  • Hancock LEE was born about 1649 in Northumberland, Virginia. . He died on 25 May 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Virginia. He was buried on 20 Oct 1709 in Ditchley, Northumberland, Virginia.
  • William LEE was born in 1646. He died on 22 Mar 1654 in Surrey County, Virginia. Surrey County, VA., Records
  • Anne LEE was born in 1652/1654 in , Northampton, Northumberland, Virginia. She died in 1701 in Westmoreland, Virginia.
  • Elizabeth LEE was born in 1654 in North Hampton, North Cumberland, Va. She died about 1692/1700 in Wicomico, Northumberland, Va. She was buried in Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Va.
  • Charles LEE was born on 5 Jun 1656 in Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Va. He died in Dec 1701 in Northumberland, Va. He was buried in Cobb's Hall, Northumberland, Va. He was buried in 1701. Will Probated, Northampton, County, Va.

After Richard's death in 1664, Ann, then aged about 44, married Edmund Lister of Northumberland County, Virginia.

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Anne's family:

Francis and Alice Constable were the parents of fifteen Children, four sons and eleven daughters:

  1. . Alice, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul, London 24 September 1615 [PR]
  2. . Sarah, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 16 March 1616/7 [Pr] ~ Bishop of London license, 6 October 1646, to marry Anthony Savage - note misstatement of her age in the allegations. Francis Constable apparently signed the instrument himself. She probably died before going to Virginia but her husband went and bought 50 acres of land from (Col.)Richard Lee [Va. Patents 2:153]). She and her husband were among those who presented the will of her mother for probate 22nd. September 1647.
  3. . Joan, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 11 September 1618 [PR].
  4. . Mary, bapt. St. Andrew, Enfield, Co. Middlesex 21st October 1619 [Enfield PR]. Still unmarried, she was among those who presented her mother's will for probate.
  5. . Elizabeth, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 24 October 1620 [PR], no further record.
  6. . ANNE, bapt. St. Gregory by St.Paul 21 February 1621/2. She was not among those who presented her mother's will for probate but this may mean only that she was already out of the country. Gibbon stated that Anna Constable was the wife of (Col.) Richard Lee.
  7. . Margaret, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 26 June 1623, married St. Margaret, Westminster, Robert Hunny.
  8. . Rachel, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 24 September 1624 [PR], no further record.
  9. 9. Simon, bapt. Datchet, co. Bucks 14 August 1625, bur. St. Andrew Undershaft, London 29 November 1627.
  10. . Robert, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 24 August 1626 [PR], twin, bur.10 September 1626 [PR].
  11. . Roger, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 24 August 1626 [PR], twin, bur. 10 September 1626 [PR].
  12. . Alice, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 16 March 1627/8 [PR], no further record.
  13. . Frances, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 5th July 1629, she was among those who presented her mother's will for probate.
  14. . Rachel, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 18 July 1630, married York County, Va. after 3 April 1651 [York co. Records 1:132] John Chew, Gent.; Richard Lee was one of her trustees in the pre-nuptial agreement. She was among those who presented her mother's will for probate.
  15. . Robert, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 2 October 1631 [PR], bur. St. Margaret, Westminster 28 August 1647.

Francis Constable died 1st. August 1647 of the plague and was buried the following day from St. Margaret, Westminster, while his widow was buried 4 August 1647. These registers are published and it should be noted that "Mr." is misread "Mrs." in his burial entry. Their only remaining son Robert was carried off by the plague the same month (buried 28 August) and it was after his death that the will of Alice Constable was filed for probate, on September 22, 1647.

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Birth: unknown Death: unknown

. . . . . . . . . . England Births and Christenings Saint Gregory by Saint Paul, London, England Anne daughter of Francis Constable Baptized 21 February 1621 . . . The Lees of Virginia:Seven Generations of an American Family, by Paul C. Nagel, says that . . . "The date of her death is unknown, although legend has it she was buried beside Richard near the house at Dividing Creek." . . . leesofvirginia.org says that . . . she is buried next to Richard now and her death date (06 October 1706) is proven . . . but the Keeper of this page has been unable to find any documentation of that date on that site . . . if you have found documentation (other than family trees) of her birth and death (dates and places) please do send it along with your suggestion for adding that info to her page. . . . . . . . . . .


Family links:

Parents:
 Francis Constable (1592 - 1647)
 Alice Agnes Owen Constable (1595 - 1647)

Spouses:
 Richard Lee (____ - 1664)*
 Edmund Lister*

Children:
 John Constable Lee (1643 - 1673)*
 Richard Lee (1644 - 1714)*
 Frances Lightfoot Lee (1648 - 1714)*
 Hancock Lee (1650 - 1709)*
 William Constable Lee (1651 - 1696)*
 Elizabeth Lee Howson / Turberville (1654 - 1738)*
 Charles Lee (1656 - 1701)*

Siblings:
 Anne Constable Lee
 Simon Constable (1625 - 1627)*
 Roger Constable (1626 - 1626)*
 Robert Constable (1626 - 1626)*
 Robert Constable (1631 - 1647)*
  • Calculated relationship

Inscription: . . . . . . . . . . Within this enclosure was buried

~ Richard Lee ~

of an ancient family of Nordley Regis in Shropshire, who emigrated from London to Virginia in 1639. He was successively clerk of the quarter court at Jamestown, Attorney General of Virginia, Secretary of State, and a member of the council. Having long traded with the nearby Wicomico Indians, in 1656 he established his home on Dividing Creek, at a point 400 feet to the Northeast of this stone. He died there in 1664 and was buried here in his garden.

Also buried within this enclosure were :: Anne Constable, the wife of Richard Lee; :: their son, Charles Lee (1656-1701), and :: his wife Elizabeth Medstand; :: their son, Charles Lee of Cobbs Hall (1684-1734); and :: his son, Charles Lee (1722-1747), and his wives, :: Mary Lee of Ditchley and :: Leeanna Jones of Hickory Neck.

In 1761 this Leeanna Lee ordered the erection of the original enclosing wall. Later members of the Cobbs Hall family, Lees and Harveys, were buried nearby outside the wall.

~ Erected by The Society of the Lees of Virginia ~ 1958 . . . . . . . . . .

 

Burial: Cobbs Hall Burying Ground Northumberland County Virginia, USA


Maintained by: BeNotForgot Originally Created by: P Fazzini Record added: Oct 22, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 43396111


Birth: unknown Death: unknown

. . . . . . . . . . England Births and Christenings Saint Gregory by Saint Paul, London, England Anne daughter of Francis Constable Baptized 21 February 1621 . . . The Lees of Virginia:Seven Generations of an American Family, by Paul C. Nagel, says that . . . "The date of her death is unknown, although legend has it she was buried beside Richard near the house at Dividing Creek." . . . leesofvirginia.org says that . . . "she is buried next to Richard now and her death date (06 October 1706) is proven" . . . but . . . the Keeper of this page has been unable to find any documentation of that date on that website . . . if you have found documentation (other than family trees) of her birth and death (dates and places) please do send it along with your suggestion for adding that info to her page. . . . . . . . . . .


Family links:

Parents:
 Francis Constable (1592 - 1647)
 Alice Agnes Owen Constable (1595 - 1647)

Spouses:
 Edmund Lister*
 Richard Lee (____ - 1664)*

Children:
 John Constable Lee (1643 - 1673)*
 Richard Lee (1644 - 1714)*
 Frances Lightfoot Lee (1648 - 1714)*
 Hancock Lee (1650 - 1709)*
 William Constable Lee (1651 - 1696)*
 Elizabeth Lee Howson / Turberville (1654 - 1738)*
 Charles Lee (1656 - 1701)*

Siblings:
 Anne Constable Lee
 Simon Constable (1625 - 1627)*
 Roger Constable (1626 - 1626)*
 Robert Constable (1626 - 1626)*
 Robert Constable (1631 - 1647)*
  • Calculated relationship

Inscription: . . . . . . . . . . Within this enclosure was buried

~ Richard Lee ~

of an ancient family of Nordley Regis in Shropshire, who emigrated from London to Virginia in 1639. He was successively clerk of the quarter court at Jamestown, Attorney General of Virginia, Secretary of State, and a member of the council. Having long traded with the nearby Wicomico Indians, in 1656 he established his home on Dividing Creek, at a point 400 feet to the Northeast of this stone. He died there in 1664 and was buried here in his garden.

Also buried within this enclosure were :: Anne Constable, the wife of Richard Lee; :: their son, Charles Lee (1656-1701), and :: his wife Elizabeth Medstand; :: their son, Charles Lee of Cobbs Hall (1684-1734); and :: his son, Charles Lee (1722-1747), and his wives, :: Mary Lee of Ditchley and :: Leeanna Jones of Hickory Neck.

In 1761 this Leeanna Lee ordered the erection of the original enclosing wall. Later members of the Cobbs Hall family, Lees and Harveys, were buried nearby outside the wall.

~ Erected by The Society of the Lees of Virginia ~ 1958 . . . . . . . . . .

 

Burial: Cobbs Hall Burying Ground Northumberland County Virginia, USA


Maintained by: BeNotForgot Originally Created by: P Fazzini Record added: Oct 22, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 43396111


GEDCOM Note

Category:Lee Category:Questionable Gateway Ancestors Category:US President Direct Ancestor US President Direct AncestorThis person is an ancestor of Taylor-223|President Zachary Taylor 12th US President

Biography

[http://www.leesofvirginia.org/Anne_Constable.html] [http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/f/i/n/Jacqueli-C-Finley/BOOK-0001/0002-0022.html#IND128371REF32]

Notes per Jacqueli Finley, leesofvirginia.org, on Anne Constable [http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/f/i/n/Jacqueli-C-Finley/BOOK-0001/0002-0022.html#IND128371REF32]Francis Constable was baptized at Datchet, co. Bucks 14 May 1592 theson of Robert and Margery (Barker) Constable and grandson on the maternal side of Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Elizabeth I. His career as a bookseller and printer is summarized in "A Dictionary of the Booksellers and Printers who were at work in England from 1641 to 1667", by Henry R. Plomer:- "Francis Constable,bookseller in London and Westminster firstly at the (sign of) the White Lion, Paul's Churchyard, 1616-24; then in St Paul's Church Yard at the sign of the Crane, 1631;then under St Martin's Church in Ludgate, 1637; then at King Street, Westminster at the sign of the Goat, 1640; then at Westminster Hall,1640.He took up his freedom July 2nd 1614.His first registered publication was "Hymens Triumphes, entered on January 13th.1614/15.He publishedlarge numbers of plays,in which he was associated for some years withHumphrey Moseley.It is probable that he rented a stall in WestminsterHall very much earlier than 1640 but that is the first appearance of the Hall in the imprint of any book." Will probate Aug 1647 Peculiar of the Dean and Chapter of WestminsterFrancis and Alice Constable were the parents of fifteen Children,four sons and eleven daughters:

  1. Alice, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul, London 24 September 1615 [PR]# Sarah, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 16 March 1616/7 [Pr] ~ Bishop of London license, 6 October 1646, to marry Anthony Savage - note misstatement of her age in the allegations. Francis Constable apparently signed the instrument himself. She probably died before going to Virginia but her husband went and bought 50 acres of land from (Col.)Richard Lee [Va. Patents 2:153]). She and her husband were among those who presented the will of her mother for probate 22nd. September 1647.
  2. Joan, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 11 September 1618 [PR].# Mary, bapt. St. Andrew, Enfield, Co. Middlesex 21st October 1619 [Enfield PR]. Still unmarried, she was among those who presented her mother's will for probate.# Elizabeth, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 24 October 1620 [PR], no further record.# ANNE, bapt.St. Gregory by St.Paul 21 February 1621/2. She was not among those who presented her mother's will for probate but this may mean only that she was already out of the country. Gibbon stated that Anna Constable was the wife of (Col.) Richard Lee.# Margaret, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 26 June 1623, married St. Margaret, Westminster, Robert Hunny.# Rachel, bapt. St. Gregory by St. Paul 24 September 1624 [PR], no further record.# Simon, bapt. Datchet, co. Bucks 14 August 1625, bur. St. Andrew Undershaft, London 29 November 1627. 10. Robert, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 24 August 1626 [PR], twin, bur.
  3. September 1626 [PR].# Roger, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 24 August 1626 [PR], twin, bur. 10 September 1626 [PR].# Alice, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 16 March 1627/8 [PR], no further record.# Frances, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 5th July 1629, she was among those who presented her mother's will for probate.# Rachel, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 18 July 1630, married York County, Va. after 3 April 1651 [York co. Records 1:132] John Chew, Gent.; Richard Lee was one of her trustees in the pre-nuptial agreement. She was among those who presented her mother's will for probate.# Robert, bapt. St. Andrew Undershaft 2 October 1631 [PR], bur. St. Margaret, Westminster 28 August 1647.

Francis Constable died 1st. August 1647 of the plague and was buriedthe following day from St. Margaret, Westminster, while his widow wasburied 4 August 1647. These registers are published and it should be noted that "Mr." is misread "Mrs." in his burial entry. Their only remaining son Robert was carried off by the plague the same month (buried28 August) and it was after his death that the will of Alice Constable was filed for probate. will of widow Alice Constable probate 22 sep 1647.' - JF

Anne Constable ... <ref>Entered by Jeff Kenner, May 11, 2012</ref> : Christened 1622 February 21 in St Gregory by St Paul, London, Middlesex, England.<ref>"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JMWX-3QH : 6December 2014, Anne Constable, 21 Feb 1621); citing SAINT GREGORY BY SAINT PAUL,LONDON,LONDON,ENGLAND, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 375,028</ref> : Death 6 OCT 1706 Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Virginia Age 90-91: Buried in Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Virginia; Find A Grave Memorial# 43396111<ref>entered 2013 Nov 16, Bairfield-1|amb</ref> In the year 1640 Lee-318|Richard Henry Lee married at Jamestown, Anne Constable(c. 1621-1666), daughter of Constable-274|Francis Constable and a ward of Sir John Thoroughgood, a personal attendant of Charles I, King of England (1600-1649). She had accompanied the family of Virginia Governor Sir Francis Wyatt (1575-1644), and at the time of her marriage to Richard, she was residing at the Wyatt household in Jamestown. This affiliation soon helped Richard move socially upward within the Colony. In 1643 the new Governor, Sir William Berkeley (1606-1677) appointed Richard Attorney General of the Colony. In addition he served as High Sheriff and was Colonel in the Militia.<ref>http://www.familyhistoryamystery.com/Photo-Gallery3/Gallery3.html accessed 2013 Nov 16, Bairfield-1|amb</ref>

excerpt from The Lees of Virginia: Seven Generations of an American Family====Of incalculable importance to his progress was Lee-318|Richard's fortunate marriage. When the young man accompanied Governor Wyatt to Jamestown, the official household also included a young woman, Anne Constable, whose identity later became lost to the family record. Even her name was unknown for two hundred years. Now, thanks to particularly to the work of David Halle, genealogist foe the Society of the Lees of Virginia, we know that Anne was baptized in London during 1622 and that she was one of many daughters born to Constable-274|Francis Constable. Perhaps because of her father's connections, Anne became a ward of SirJohn Thorowgood, a personal attendant upon King Charles I. This affiliation would have made it easy for her to know the family of Sir Francis Wyatt and to accompany them to North America. Anne's background and early associations meant that Richard Lee moved socially upward when she took him as husband. There is a legend which speaks of Richard and Anne being wed in the new brick church at Jamestown during 1641 or 1642, with Governor Wyatt giving the bride away. Anne's decision to marry may have owed something to King Charles's impatience with Governor Wyatt for being unable toreduce long-standing political bickering in Virginia. In 1641 the Crown summoned Sir Francis home, appointing in his stead Sir William Berkeley, who arrived at Jamestown during February 1642. Instead of returning to England with the Wyatt entourage, Miss Constable evidently preferred life in the colony as young Richard Lee's wife.<ref>The Lees of Virginia: Seven Generations of an American Family; pp.9-10 By Paul C. Nagel; accessed 2013 Nov 16, Bairfield-1|amb</ref>

Excerpt from The Lees of Virginia: An American Legacy

Lee-318|Richard Lee and his young wife, Anne Constable, who was born in London and may have come to America at the same time as Richard,were parents to an ever-increasing brood of children. In quick succession, between 1645 and 1656, Anne delivered at least ten children, including two girls and six boys that survived infancy - John, Richard, Francis, William, Lee-859|Hancock, Elizabeth, Anne, and Charles. Ina short time Lee began to prosper; with prosperity came the ability to cultivate more tobacco fields; with increased cultivation came more prosperity and the ability to supplement his land holdings. His tobacco plantation eventually grew to 1,500 acres and became home to seventeen laborers - indentured servants who paid for their voyage from England to Virginia with seven years of service in Lee's tobacco fields. More importantly, prosperity brought Lee prestige, and with it politicalappointments: :Clerk of the Quarter Court in 1641; :Attorney General in 1643; :Sheriff and Burgess of York County in 1646 and 1647; :Secretary of State in 1649; and the :Governor's Council in 1651. As Secretary of State, Lee was the most valuable assistant to the colony's royal governor, Sir William Berkeley (whose estate Green Spring was later inherited by one of Lee's descendants), and the most powerfulman in the colony after Berkeley. As a member of the Governor's Council Lee set a precedent for his offspring, who in succeeding generations occupied a seat on the Council until it was dissolved in 1776.<ref>Washington and Lee University; Lee Family Digital Archive accessed 2013 Nov 16, Bairfield-1|amb</ref>

Baptism

:: Date: 21 FEB 1621:: Place: St Gregory by St Paul, London, England<ref> London Metropolitan Archives, St Gregory by St Paul, Composite register: baptisms 1559 - 1627, marriages 1559 - 1626/7, burials 1559 - 1627, P69/GRE/A/001/MS10231</ref>

DNA

: DNA J. L. W.

Sources

<references /> * GenealogyMagazine.com Ahnentafel of President Zachary Taylor

  • Washington and Lee University; Lee Family Digital Archive
  • The Lees of Virginia: Seven Generations of an American Family ByPaul C. Nagel* Virginia Find a Grave Memorial
  • Fact: Adoption (1621) Northumberland,Virginia,* Fact: Burial (October 1706) Lee Family Graveyard, Dividing Creek, Northumberland, Virginia, United States* Fact: http://familysearch.org/v1/LifeSketch Anne Owen Constable wasa daughter of Londoner Francis Constable who had connections with SirJohn Thorowgood, one of King Charles I’s personal attendants. Anne and Richard met on the voyage from England to America. Her parents sent Anne away to escape a certain death from the plague if she stayed. Anne lost both her parents shortly after her departure. Anne was sent as a ward of the King to the America's. The marriage of Richard and Anne took place in Jamestown, 2 years after Richard began courting Anne. After their marriage, Richard sent for the only two remaining siblings of nine Constable children that had been taken by the plague. and it is because of Anne's connections, it is believed that Richard Lee climbed the political ladder rapidly. Anne is buried next to Richard andher death date is proven, even though she did remarry after Richard'sdeath, which was prudent of most widows of that time. She married Edmund Lister. When Richard died, Anne was given a life-right to their home on Dividing Creek, where she is said to be buried. Anne remarried, to a
  • Fact: Cemetery Cobbs Hall Burying Ground
  • Fact: Residence Virginia, USA
  • "Family Tree," database, <i>FamilySearch</i> (http://familysearch.org : modified 02 November 2017, 07:14), entry for Anne Owen Constable(PID https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/4:1:MZT5-Z2R); contributed by various users.
  • [http://www.leesofvirginia.org/Anne_Constable.html] leesofvirginia.org
  • [http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/f/i/n/Jacqueli-C-Finley/BOOK-0001/0002-0022.html#IND128371REF32] Ahnentafel Book by Jacqueli Finley

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1622
February 21, 1622
London, Middlesex, England

Anne Constable
in the Family Data Collection - Births
Name: Anne Constable
Father: Francis Constable
Birth Date: 1621
City: London
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February 23, 1622
London, England

Anne Constable
in the England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
Name: Anne Constable
Gender: Female
Baptism Date: 21 Feb 1621
Baptism Place: Saint Gregory By Saint Paul,London,London,England
Father: Francis Constable
FHL Film Number: 375028
Source Information
Ancestry.com. England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
Original data: England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013.
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1642
1642
Northampton County, Virginia, United States
1647
1647
Gloucester, Virginia
1648
1648
Gloucester, Virginia
1649
1649
Northampton, Northcumberland, Virginia
1650
1650
Charles City, Virginia, Colonial America
1652
1652
Northumberland, VA
1654
1654
North Hampton, North Cumberland, Virginia, USA