Lucy Carter Necks

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About Lucy Carter Necks

Apparently she took up the millinery craft to support her young children after her first husband's death. A large part of her trade was with Virginia, perhaps relying on her Virginia family connections. Her second husband, also a sea captain, was also of help with her trade. She applied as a "Loyalist" to receive compensation for her losses in Virginia Event 1781 London, co. Middlesex, England - "After the Revolutionary War, [widowed] Lucy [Necks] declared herself a Loyalist and applied for financial assistance, but was apparently unsuccessful in her pleadings."

  • Born about 1728 in Berkeley Plantation, Charles City County, Virginia. Will wriitten before 21 FEB 1789 London, co. Middlesex, England. Death: BEF 12 MAR 1789 ( estimate is based on the date of probate of her will.). Probate: 12 MAR 1789 London, co. Middlesex, England.
  • Parents: Benjamin HARRISON b: ABT 1695 in "Berkeley", Charles City Co., VA & Ann CARTER b: 1696 in "Corotoman", Lancaster Co., VA


  1. After 1745 to Capt. Edward Randolph(1724-1757). He was the son of Edward Randolph of Bremo & Elizabeth Graves.
  2. unknown or Edward Randolph is the father of "invalid" Betty Popley
  3. after 1757 to Robert Necks.

Children of Edward Randolph - emigrated to Virginia after their mother's death:

  1. Harrison RANDOLPH b: ABT 1758
  2. Lucy RANDOLPH b: CA 1760



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Lucy Carter Necks's Timeline

Charles City, Virginia
Age 29
London, England
Age 30
London, England
Age 42
London, England
March 12, 1789
Age 61
London, Middlesex, England