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Hancock Custis, I

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Birthplace: Northampton Co., Virginia, Virginia
Death: 1727 (44-52)
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Son of John Custis (III) of Wilsonia and Margaret Custis
Husband of Mary Custis
Father of Levin Custis; Southey Custis; Col. John Custis, of Hungars; Theophilus Custis and Cassandra Custis
Brother of Major John Custis, IV; Capt. Henry Custis; Elizabeth Custis and Sorrowful Margaret Custis

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About Hancock Custis, I

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Hancock Custis was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, the elected lower house of the colonial Virginia General Assembly from Accomack County, Virginia[1] in 1710–1712.

Hancock Custis was the son of Colonel John Custis, and Margaret (Michael) Custis.[2] John Custis was member of both the House of Burgesses and the Virginia Governor's Council.[3]

Hancock Custis's brother, Major John Custis, was the father of Daniel Parke Custis, first husband of Martha Washington.[2] Major John Custis named one of his sons "Hancock."[4]

Hancock Custis's will, which was proved May 7, 1728, mentions his wife Mary.[2][5] Hancock and Mary Custis's children were sons John, Southey, Levin and Theophilus and daughter Leah, who married Levin Gale.[2][6] Farm

Hancock Custis inherited a farm at King's Creek from his uncle, Adam Michael.[7] House of Burgesses

Hancock Custis was a Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses for Accomac County, as it was then spelled, in 1710–1712.[8] Death

Hancock Custis died between the date of his signing the last codicil to his will, August 17, 1727, and a date before his will was proved on May 7, 1728

. Hancock5 Custis (Margaret4 Michael, Elizabeth3 Thorowgood, Adam2, William1) was born 1680. Hancock died 1728 in Accomack Co., VA.

He married Mary Browne. Mary was the daughter of Thomas Browne and Susanna Denwood.

He made a will in Accomack Co., VA, August 30, 1725. He inherited "Hungars," and was clerk of Northampton County from 1703-1705. (Purse & Person, p. 622)

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Hancock Custis, I's Timeline

1679
1679
Northampton Co., Virginia, Virginia
1704
1704
Age 25
1706
July 26, 1706
Age 27
Northampton County, Virginia, Colonial America
1706
Age 27
1712
1712
Age 33
Northampton County, Virginia, Colonial America
1714
1714
Age 35
Northampton County, Virginia, Colonial America
1727
1727
Age 48