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About William Kinchin, Sr.
It was long thought that William Kinchen married Elizabeth RUFFIN. John Boddie states this in his Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County pg 230-32.
However, we now believe that Elizabeth RUFFIN married MATTHEW Kinchen the son of William and Elizabeth ? (perhaps Joyner).
- Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via wife Elizabeth Kinchen (born Ruffin) by SmartCopy: Apr 5 2015, 9:56:16 UTC
- Name: William Kinchen Sr
- Sex: M
- Birth: 1670 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Death: 28 JUL 1735 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Father: Thomas Kinchen b: 1620 in England
- Mother: Sarah Alston b: 02 MAY 1643 in Pavenham, Bedford, England
- Marriage 1: Mary Elizabeth Ruffin b: 1670 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Married: 1689 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Elizabeth Kinchen b: 1690 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Children Patience Kinchen b: 1692 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Sarah Kinchen b: 1694 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- William Kinchen Jr b: 01 JUN 1696 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Matthew Kinchen b: 1698 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Martha Kinchen b: 1700 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Marriage 2: Elizabeth Joyner b: 1685 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
- Married: 1735 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
WILL OF WILLIAM KINCHEN
ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VA WILL - William Kinchen-1735
Will of William Kinchen
In the name of God Amen I William Kinchen being sick & weak of Body but of perfect sense of memory do make & ordain this my last Will & Testament in manner & form as follweth. First & Principally I commit my soul into the hands of Almighty God and Body I commit to the ground and loveling all such Temporal Estate as it hath pleased God to bestow upon me I give & bestow as followeth.
Imprimis I give & bequeath unto my loving son Mathew Kinchen the Plantation whereon I now live and all the land there into belonging from the lower end to the Butt Branch, and one Water Mill with all appurtenance thereunto belonging, and one still with appurtenance belonging to it that is on the said land.
I give unto my said son Mathew Kinchen all the lands whereon John Pitman lives, the same containing seven hundred and fifty acres to him my said son Mathew Kinchen and his heirs forever.
ITEM I give unto my daughter Elizabeth Exum thirteen pounds and ten shillings current money. Five pounds sterling in goods to her and her heirs forever.
I Give unto my Grandson William Jones one Iron Pott.
ITEM I give unto my daughter Martha Jarrell one Negro woman named Patience & three children by name, Ned, Freeman & Jammey. Thirty five pounds current money, one feather bed, one pair of sheets, one pair of blanketts, a good Rugg, six Pewter Dishes,two basons,one dozen of Asord Mettal Spoons,two Iron Potts, two silver Spoons, one milling Brass Kettle, four Cows & Calves, one frying pan, one box iron, one dozen of plates & black trunk, one bible, ten pounds sterling in goods to her my said daughter and her heirs forever most of the above articles already delivered to her.
I Give Daughter Patience Taylor three negroes by name Moll, Luke & Nan, Thirty five pounds current money, twenty two pounds five shillings already lent to her husband, Etheldrod Taylor, two Basons, two silver spoons and ten pounds sterling in goods to her my said daughter and her heirs forever part of the said articles already delivered to her.
I Give unto my daughter Sarah Godwin six pounds sterling in goods and two silver spoons. I Give unto my grandaughter Martha Godwin twenty pounds current money to her and heirs forever.
I Give unto my son William Kinchen six dozen of bottles, one silver tankard, two leather chairs, one great house rugg, two negros by names Peter & Hannah, one concent saw, two silver spoons, to him my said son and his heirs forever.
I Give unto my loving wife Elizabeth & my grandson William Kinchin to be equally divided between them all the cattle that is at the plantation where Negro Peter lives, that is raised there.
I Give unto my loving wife Elizabeth Kinchin one feather bed & furniture, one Negro woman called Rose, one Negro man called Seaco, and all my old using household staff to be equaly divided between my wife Elizabeth and son Mathew Kinchen. And also what cattle belongs to my dwelling House.
I Give unto my son Mathew Kinchen six negroes by name Dick, Robbin, Sam & Jack & Mango that is at John Pitmans and the cattle & hoggs that is at the said Pitmans, he preforming the articles of agreement with the said Pitman, to him my said son and his heirs forever. It is my will and desire that all the hoggs at Johns be equally divided between my wife Elizabeth, my son William and my son Mathew Kinchen.
I Give unto my grandson William Kinchen one Negro boy by name of John Petro.
I Give unto my grandaughter Mary Jones One Negro boy called Peter.
ITEM it is my will and desire that all the debts due to me here in Virginia and all my merchandise and all concerns in England in money or tobacco and all the rest of my estate goods & chattels
I give unto my son Mathew Kinchen and his heirs forever. AND I do ordain & appoint my loving son Mathew Kinchen my whole and sole executor of this my last will & testament, evoking and making void all other wills hensfor made by me in Witness wherefo I now set my hand & seal this 13th day of August 1734.
Signed Sealed & Declared Wm. Kinchen in presence of Arthur Percell, John Dunkley, Henry H Flower
AT a court held for Isles of Wight County July the 28th 1735.
The last will and testament of William Kinchen gent
was presented in court by Mathew Kinchen the executor this his son now who made oath hereto according to law and being proved by the oath of all the witnesses therefor it is admitted be recorded.
Teste: James Baker
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