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Stephen Hamlin, Sr.

Birthplace: perhaps of, Devon , England
Death: before August 23, 1665
Charles City County, Province of Virginia, Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Son of (No Name) and (No Name)
Husband of Agnes Hamlin
Father of Charles Hamlin; Thomas Hamlin; Abraham Hamlin; Stephen Hamlin, Jr., of Charles City and Jane Freeman

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About Stephen Hamlin, Sr.

STEPHEN HAMLIN1 was born in England and emigrated to Virginia circa 1637 He patented land at Middle Plantation in 1637.



The date of the death of Stephen Hamlin can be determined to be previous to 23rd of August, 1665, for on that date administration of his estate was granted to Agnes Hamlin, his widow.

Besides being a land owner, Stephen represented Charles City County in the House of Burgesses in 1654 and in 1663 Also, Stephen was a Justice of the County Court of Charles City County in 1655.

Stephen Hamlin was married to: AGNES

They were the parents of at least three children:

  1. Stephen Hamlin, Jr.
  2. Charles Hamlin, died before December, 1687; his widow m. Isaac Williams.
  3. Thomas Hamlin, m. Mary Wynd the widow of Anthony Wynd.
  4. Abraham Hamlin (?), could have been son of Stephen, Jr

"five sons & two daughters of this marriage" per Find A Grave Memorial# 89446991

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Stephen Hamlin, Sr.'s Timeline

Devon , England
Age 23
York, East Riding, Yorkshire, England
Age 30
York, East Riding, Yorkshire, England
Age 38
Charles City County, Virginia Colony, Colonial America
December 26, 1646
Age 39
Weyanoke, Charles City, Virginia, America, British Colonies
Age 57
Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia, United States
August 23, 1665
Age 58
Charles City County, Province of Virginia, Colonial America