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Edward Eastham

Also Known As: "Easthan"
Birthplace: Old Rappahannock County, Virginia
Death: after 1707
Essex County, Virginia
Immediate Family:

Son of Edward Essom Eastham, Sr. and Anne Eastham
Husband of Ann Caruthers
Father of Susanna Frances Deatherage; George Edward Eastham; Robert Eastham and Mary "Polly" Eastham
Brother of Rachel Eastman; Mary Eastham; George Eastham, Sr. and Susanna Frances Deatherage

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About Edward Eastham

Edward Eastham was born Abt. 1660 in St. Stephen Parish, King & Queen Co, VA, and died in Essex Co, VA.

Parents: Edward Eastham (b Abt. 1619 in Cheshire, England - died Abt. 1705)


  1. Ann Taylor (c 1684-betw 1718/31) 1682 [1] in Essex County, Va, daughter of James Taylor and Mary Gregory. She was married to Maj. John Lee (b 1686-) second.

Children of Edward Eastham and Ann Taylor

  1. Robert Eastham, b. Abt. 1700, d. Abt. 1791, Goucester Co, VA.


  1. Beverley Fleet's, "Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. II, p. 462: The Taylor family is connected to the Eastham family [Chapter 5] by the marriage of Anne Taylor to Edward Eastham in 1682.
  2. From Essex County Records, Deed Book #12, pgs. 437-439: Another deed dated May 10, 1707, describes a parcel of land being sold which is also adjacent to the land of John Waggener. The parcel is being sold by Edward and Anne Eastham of St. Stephens Parish, King and Queen Co., to William Croudus and Robert Moody, and is described as "225 acres woodland ground, South Farnham Parish, in Essex Co." The parcel was further described as being part of 740 acres of land left to Anne Taylor by her deceased father James Taylor, and the current wife of Edward Eastham. Besides bordering on the property of John Waggener, the parcel also bordered on the properties of Henry Pendleton and John Burnett.
  • "10 May 1707. Edward Eastham and Anne his now wife, of St. Stephens Parish, King and Queen Co., sell William Crodoudus and Robert Moody, for 5600 lb tobo, 225 acres woodland ground in South Farnham Parish in Essex Co., being part of 740 acres granted James Taylor deceased, and by his last will left his daughter Ann Taylor now the wife of the said Edw. Eastham. Adjoins the line of...."


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Edward Eastham's Timeline

Old Rappahannock County, Virginia
Probably Province of Virginia
Lunenburg County, Province of Virginia
Age 47
Essex County, Virginia