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Roger Gregory

Birthplace: King Queen, Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Stratton Major, King Queen, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard Gregory, I and Katherine Gregory
Husband of Mildred Warner Lewis Willis Gregory
Father of Mildred Thornton; Mary Frances Thornton; Elizabeth Willis Thornton Walker Alcock and Frances Thornton
Brother of Ann Gregory (c. mid-late 1600s)
Half brother of Sarah Meador; Elizabeth Gregory; John Gregory; Richard Gregory, II and Richard T. Gregory, III

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About Col. Roger Gregory



The series, Genealogies of Virginia Families, contains an extensive discussion of the Smith family of Middlesex County by Mr. Edward Jaquelin Davison, wherein it is stated that Thomas Foster married Elizabeth Smith of Middlesex County in 1743. Elizabeth was born April 19, 1722, the daughter of Thomas Smith of Middlesex, who died March 14, 1723, and his wife Ann Gregory.

Thomas Smith and his wife Ann also had other children, including sons Thomas, Anthony, and Gregory, and daughters Martha and Ann. Daughter Ann Smith, born in Middlesex in 1719, married James Gardner. Her brother, Gregory Smith, born December 31, 1712, married Lucy Cooke who married, as her second husband, Thomas Booth her cousin.

Ann Gregory was the daughter of Richard Gregory who died in King and Queen about 1699. Ann’s brother was Col. Roger Gregory who married Mildred (Washington) Lewis, widow of John Lewis of King and Queen. Roger Gregory owned land in King and Queen adjacent to John Dixon. He later sold this tract to Gregory Smith, brother of Elizabeth Smith who married Thomas Foster. Gregory Smith owned Shepherd's warehouse on the Mattaponi River near present-day West Point, Virginia. He devised the land to his nephew Thomas Gregory Smith.

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Col. Roger Gregory's Timeline

King Queen, Virginia, United States
Age 25
Bridge's Creek, Westmoreland, VA
Age 26
Bridges Creek, Westmoreland, VA
Age 27
Bridge's Creek, Westmoreland, VA
Age 28
Spotsylvania County, Virginia, United States
Age 41
Stratton Major, King Queen, Virginia, United States