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Thomas Wythe, lll

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Elizabeth City County, Virginia Colony
Death: before November 23, 1728
"Back River", Elizabeth City County, Virginia Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Wythe, II and Ann Wallace
Husband of Margaret Wythe
Father of Thomas Wythe, IV; George Wythe, signer of the "Declaration of Independence" and Anne Sweeney
Half brother of Elizabeth Curle; Anne Armistead and Mary Westwood

Occupation: Planter
Managed by: Joseph William Thomas
Last Updated:

About Thomas Wythe, lll

Thomas Wythe was born BET 11 MAR 1678 AND 10 MAR 1694 ( he was under 16 in his father's will of 1694? and died between 03 NOV 1728 (will written) and 15 OCT 1729 (will probated). He was the son of Thomas Wythe and Anne Shepard.

He married Margaret Walker 1720, daughter of George Walker and Ann Keith. She died AFT 03 NOV 1728

Their children

  1. Thomas Wythe b: BET 04 NOV 1710 AND 03 NOV 1728
  2. George Wythe b: BET 04 NOV 1710 AND 03 NOV 1728 in his father's plantation on Back River, Elizabeth City County, Virginia
  3. Ann Wythe b: BET 04 NOV 1710 AND 03 NOV 1728

Notes

From http://www.history.org/almanack/people/bios/biowythe.cfm

George Wythe (pronounced "with") was born in 1726 at Chesterville in what is now Hampton, Virginia. His father was Thomas Wythe, a planter who died soon after George's birth. Wythe was reared by his mother, Margaret Walker Wythe, and probably received his early education from her. ...

From http://www.dsdi1776.com/signers-by-state/george-wythe/

His father, Thomas Wythe III, was the grandson of Thomas Wythe senior, who came from Norfolk, England about 1680. Thomas Wythe senior achieved some prominence in Elizabeth City County, serving as justice of the peace and member of the House of Burgesses. He acquired land at the head of Little Poquoson Creek. His grandson, Thomas Wythe III, represented the County in the House of Burgesses, served as a magistrate, and added to the wealth accumulated by the two previous Wythe generations. He was a planter and half-owner of a wharf in Hampton, the principal port in Virginia at the time. He died when George was only three years old.


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Thomas Wythe, lll's Timeline

1678
March 11, 1678
Elizabeth City County, Virginia Colony
1722
1722
Age 43
1726
1726
Age 47
Back River, Elizabeth City Co. VA
1726
Age 47
Elizabeth City County, Virginia Colony
1728
November 23, 1728
Age 50
Elizabeth City County, Virginia Colony