Bartholomew W Stovall, Sr.
|Birthplace:||Surrey, England, United Kingdom|
|Death:||Died in Deep Bottom, Henrico County, Virginia, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Henrico, VA, USA|
Son of George Stovall, III and Joan Tickner
|Occupation:||indentured servant on the 'Booth' Ship, came to USA in 7/7/1684|
|Managed by:||Carolyn Legg|
Historical records matching Bartholomew W Stovall, Sr.
About Bartholomew W Stovall, Sr.
The birth of Bartholomew Stovall is recorded four times in the Quaker records of Guildford, and can be found in the Library of the Religious Society of Friends, Friend's House, Euston Road, London, England, N.W.L. The manuscript is located in the Library under "Digests of Births for the Quarterly Meeting of Sussex and Surrey" and has the following entries:
Stouell Bartholomew, son of George and Jone, Allbery, 1665.6.24 Guildford
Stouell Bartholomew, son of George and Joane, Albery, 1665.6.24 Guildford
Stowell Bartholomew, son of George and Jone, Albery, 1665.6.24 Guildford
Stowell Bartholomew, son of George and Joan, Allbury, 1664.6.24 Guildford
The Quaker numerical designation of the month followed the prevalent English practice of regarding as the forst day of the year the Feast of Annunciation to the Virgin Mary of the coming Incarnation. Consequently, March was the first not the third month of the year, and the sixth month was August, not June. Thus, Bartholomew was born 24 August 1665.
On 6 August 1693, Henrico Co., Virginia, a "Lycense for Marriage" was issued to Bar. Stovall and Ann Burton. The "Annals of Henrico Parish and Old St. John's Church", p.226, record the marriage of Bar. Stovall with Ann Burton, 8 August 1693. The old church was torn down about 1743, and a new St. John's Church was built at 24th and Broad Streets in Richmond, VA. The only trace left of the old St. John's Church is a plaque on a marker in a cornfield at Curle, VA about 5 miles from the present church. The lumber from the old church was stored in the basement of the existing church and is used periodically to make repairs.
All episcopal burials prior to 1741 are said to have been made at Jamestown, Virginia. If this is true, then Bartholomew and Ann are buried in the cemetery at Jamestown.
Please see bio at https://familysearch.org/patron/v2/TH-301-42893-142-24/dist.pdf
up-dated 03/04/09 NN JRTM
[Susannah Hatcher 473.FTW]
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #0473, Date of Import: Dec 10,1999]
BOT AT AGE 21 SERVED AS AN INDENTURED SERVANT (HUSBANDMAN OR FARMER)OF JOHN BRIGHT OF LONDON. HE LEFT ENGLAND 7 JUL 1684 ON THE SHIP"BOOTH"; WHOSE MASTER WAS PETER PAGAN.
HE WAS THE FIRST STOVALL IMMIGRANT TO COME TO AMERICA.
BOT WAS A QUAKER. HE COULD NOT WRITE.
HIS WILL IS LISTED IN THE HENRICO CO., VA MISC. COIURT RECORDS,
1650-1807, VOL. 2, AND PROBATED 1 MAY 1721. HE WILLED LAND ALONG THEJAMES RIVER TO HIS SONS GEORGE, WILLIAM, THOMAS, DAUGHTER,
HANNAH, AND WIFE, ANN.
1665-1684 GUILFORD, ENGLAND
1684- HENRICO CO., VA, TIDEWATER SECTION
-1721 POWHATAN CO., VA, 5-10 MILES NORTH OF POWHATAN,
AT INTERSECTION OF DEEP CREEK AND THE
JAMES RIVER; SOUTH AND EAST SIDE OF
HISTORY OF HENRICO CO., VA, OLD ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, RICHMOND, VA.,
STOVALL FAMILY IN AMERICA BY SMITH
Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect
* LDS www.familysearch.org
Bartholomew STOVALL (AFN: 2510-6J) 24 Jun 1665 Alborough, Albury, Eng, Gb
24 Aug 1665 Albury, Surrey, England d 1 May 1721 Deep Creek, Henrico, Va. buried 1721 Henrico s/o George STOVALL (STOWELL) (AFN: 51ZV-5N) & Joan (AFN: K8H2-F6)
Text: " Bartholomew, the first to emigrate to America, was born on August 24, 1665 in Albury, Srrey [Surrey] County, England to George and Joan Stoffold. His birth was recorded four times in the Quaker Records of Guildfor with two different dates, as Bartholomew Stowell. He was baptized at the age of 18 on November 11, 1683, in the Espiscopal Church (Church of St Peter and St. Paul) at Albury. He may have done this in order to emigrate since Quaker and other non Espiscopal religions were not held in the same regard as the members of the Church of England. On July 7, 1684, at the age of 21, he signed an indenture document to serve John Bright; Merchant of London for 4 years on arrival in the Colonies. He boarded the GOOTH and signed documents presented by the ship's master; Peter Pagan and witnessed by Joseph Pycraft. In April 1690, Richard Kennon received land from the Henrico Co. Court, Virginia as payment for bringing in emigrants to the Colonies. One of the names on Kennon's list is Bart. Stowell (1684). [Fom the Stovall Society]
MARRIAGE: 8 Aug. 1693; Old St. John's Church (Episcopal) Henrico Co., VA. OCCUPATIONS: Husbandman HOME: Henrico County, VA (now known as Powhatan County) CHILDREN: George, Bartholomew, Hannah, William, John & Thomas
Barth. got a marriage license August 6, 1693 and married Ann Burton two days later at St. Joh n's Church (Episcopal). This church, located near the town of Curle, Virginia is gone, howeve r, some original items may be at the new church, 2401 E. Broad St., Richmond, VA.
They lived on 318 acres next to Deep Creek and the James River in what is now Powhatan Co., V A. This land is owned by the Catholic Church and was the site of a school, St. Emma's Academy , which is now unoccupied and condemned. A family reunion was held here in 1984.
Ann Burton was born around 1670 to Thomas Burton and Susannah Hatcher on the former "Cobbs" p lantation on the Appomattox River. Thomas & Susannah had five children, Ann was the youngest . The other children included Thomas Burton; born in 1663/64, John Burton; born in 1666, Isaac Burton; born in 1667/68 and Abraham Burton; born in 1669.
Bartholomew Stovall, a Husbandman or farmer, until his death in Powhatan County, VA. around 1 721, left a will dated January 14, 1718/19 and it was probated on May 1, 1721. The witnesses; Ezekile Sudbury, Ashford Hughes and Stephen Hughes, (who was a Quaker).
The will is on file but deteriorated in the Virginia St. Library, Henrico Co. Misc. Court Rec ords, Vol. 3, page 543. In the will, he mentions his wife Ann, sons; George, William and Thom as and daughter named Hannah. His other two sons; John and Bartholomew Jr. were listed in several land deeds.
In 1725, Ann Burton Stovall married a widower named John Saunders and she d. bef 2 Oct 1736.
The Children of Bartholomew and Ann include: George; born circa 1695 in Henrico Co., VA and d . 1786 in Campbell Co., VA. He married A) Elizabeth (?) and B) Elisabeth (Landon?). William ; born circa 1697 in VA and died in 1736 in Goochland Co., VA. He married Judith (Twitty?) Hannah; born circa 1699 in VA and died after 1773 in VA. She marrie d John Learwood of Goochland Co. Thomas; born circa 1700-05 and married Elizabeth Frances Owe n. Bartholomew Jr.; born circa 1707 in Henrico Co., VA and died in 1777 in Powhatan Co., VA. He was married to Mary (Hughes?) John; born circa 1700 and marrie d Dorcas (?) See next generation. Margaret; born in 1701 and married Luke Wilkes. "
Christening: November 11, 1665, Church of England, Albury, Surrey County, England (United Kingdom). Indenture: July 07, 1684, England (United Kingdom). Social Security Number: N/A. Will: January 14, 1720/21, Henrico County, Virginia.
More About Bartholomew Stovall, Sr. and ?: Marriage: Bef. 1686
More About Bartholomew Stovall, Sr. and Susannah Anne Burton: Marriage: August 08, 1693, Old St. John's Church, Henrico County, Virginia.1943
Info provided by contributor #48292847 Source citation: England, Select Births and Christenings 1538-1975 FHL film #811739, Ref. ID RG61390 p.2 no. 9 shows Bartholomew's birth date as 24 June 1664 (instead of 1665) Albury, Surry, England; baptism in Guildford, Sussex, England
Bartholomew, the first to emigrate to America on 7 Jul 1684, was born on August 24, 1665 in Albury, Surrey County, England to George and Joan Stoffold. His birth was recorded four times in the Quaker Records of Guildfor with two different dates, as Bartholomew Stowell. He was baptized at the age of 18 on November 11, 1683, in the Espiscopal Church (Church of St Peter and St. Paul) at Albury. He may have done this in order to emigrate since Quaker and other non Espiscopal religions were not held in the same regard as the members of the Church of England. On July 7, 1684, at the age of 21, he signed an indenture document to serve John Bright; Merchant of London for 4 years on arrival in the Colonies. He boarded the GOOTH and signed documents presented by the ship's master; Peter Pagan and witnessed by Joseph Pycraft. In April 1690, Richard Kennon received land from the Henrico Co. Court, Virginia as payment for bringing in emigrants to the Colonies. One of the names on Kennon's list is Bart. Stowell (1684). [From the Stovall Society]
!"Stovall Family in America" by Smith: Bartholomew, age 21, arrived in Virginia in late 1684 on the ship BOOTH, Captain Peter PAGAN, Master. Bartholomew had, on July 7, 1684, signed with his mark an indenture to John BRIGHT, a merchant, for a term of four years as payment of his passage. On Aug 16, 1715, Bartholomew received 318 acres of land by patent in Henrico Co., Va, at the confluence of Deep Creek and the south side of the James River, near Powhatan, VA, about 30 miles west of Richmond. Baptised: Nov 11, 1683, Baptised Albury, England prior to his trip to America. He was the first Stovall immigrant to come to America. Bartholomew was a Quaker. He could not write Bartholomew STOVALL was married twice The name of his first wife is unknown, but apparently he had a daughter by her, Hager STOVALL, who is mentioned in an estate settlement.
His will is listed in the Henrico Co., VA misc. court records, 1650-1807, Vol. 2, and probated 1 May 1721. He willed land along the James River to his sons George, William, Thomas, daughter Hannah, and wife, Ann.
(bio by: mac)
Bartholomew W Stovall, Sr.'s Timeline
June 24, 1664
Surrey, England, United Kingdom
August 24, 1665
November 11, 1683
Albury, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
Lunenburg, Virginia, United States
Henrico, VA, USA
May 8, 1697
Henrico, Virginia, USA
Henrico County, Province of Virginia
Henrico, Virginia, United States