William Tryon1

M, b. circa 1645, d. 2 October 1711
FatherWilliam Tryon2 b. c 1595
MotherRebecca (?)2 b. c 1608
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     William Tryon was born circa 1645 at Bilbury, England.1 He was the son of William Tryon and Rebecca (?)2 He married Mary Steele, daughter of Samuel Steele and Mary Boosey, circa 1670 at Wethersfield, Connecticut; "William named his two oldest sons in America Joseph and David, and James Steele and Sarah (Steele) Boardman alllso named sons Joseph and David, although neither of these were Steele or Boardman names. And later, Ziba, son of William, named his eldest son James, which was not a Tryon name. And when William died in 1711 in his 66th year, administration of his estate was granted to James Steele, son of Samuel, 'by request of the children of William Tryon,' thus indicating that he was a near relative." "Samuel Steel's first born daughter was Mary.1 William Tryon married Sarah Saint Robinson, daughter of Thomas Robinson and Mary Weld, circa 1688 at Connecticut.1 William Tryon died on 2 October 1711 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 His estate was probated after 2 October 1711 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; Page 111 Name: William Tryon Location: Wethersfield; Invt. ?309-08-08. Taken by Joshua Robbins, Sen., Joseph Belden and Thomas Welles. Court Record, Page 45--7 January, 1711-12: By choice of the children of William Tryon, this Court appoint Capt. James Steele to administer on sd. estate. Joseph and David Tryon exhibited an inventory. Page 87--4 August, 1712: Abiall Tryon, age 17 years, chose Abraham Kilbourn to be his guardian. Recog., ?50. Page 133--6 April, 1713: Capt. James Steele exhibits now an account of his Adms. Accepted. Order to dist. the estate: ? s d To Joseph Tryon, eldest son, 37-17-10; To David, Thomas, Abell, Zybah and Abiall Tryon, sons, to each, 18-18-11; To Sarah Gillett, eldest daughter, Elizabeth Hill, and to Mabell Tryon, to each, 18-18-11 And appoint Benjamin Churchill, Capt. David Goodrich and Jonathan Belding, distributors. Page 153--3 August, 1713: Report of the distributors.3

Children of William Tryon

  • William Tryon1
  • Rowland Tryon1

Children of William Tryon and Mary Steele

Child of William Tryon and Sarah Saint Robinson

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.
  2. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, Page 17.
  3. Ancestry.com. Hartford, Connecticut Probate Records, 1700-29 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000. Original data: A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, Hartford District, 1700-1729. Vol. II. n.p., 1906., online http://www.ancestry.com
  4. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 23.
  5. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 24.
  6. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, Page 27.

Sarah Saint Robinson1

F, b. 1645, d. 7 December 1711
FatherThomas Robinson1
MotherMary Weld b. 11 Nov 1627, d. 15 Sep 1711
Last Edited10 Mar 2016
     Sarah Saint Robinson was born in 1645 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Robinson and Mary Weld.1 Sarah Saint Robinson married Bezaleel Lattimer, son of Joseph Lattimer, on 18 August 1661 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 Sarah Saint Robinson married William Tryon, son of William Tryon and Rebecca (?), circa 1688 at Connecticut.1 Sarah Saint Robinson died on 7 December 1711 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1

Children of Sarah Saint Robinson and Bezaleel Lattimer

  • Jonathan Lattimer1
  • Bathsheeba Lattimer1

Child of Sarah Saint Robinson and William Tryon

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.
  2. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, Page 27.

David Alden1

M, b. between 1645 and 1650, d. circa 1718/19
FatherJohn Alden1 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins1 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     David Alden was born between 1645 and 1650 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.1 David Alden married Mary Southworth circa 1670 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 David Alden died circa 1718/19.1

Family: David Alden and Mary Southworth

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.

Abigail Hallett1

F, b. 1644/45, d. 17 August 1725
FatherAndrew Hallett2
MotherAnne Bese2 b. c 1641
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     Abigail Hallett was born in 1644/45 at Barstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Andrew Hallett and Anne Bese.2 Abigail Hallett married Jonathan Alden, son of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins, on 10 December 1672 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Abigail Hallett died on 17 August 1725 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1

Children of Abigail Hallett and Jonathan Alden

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - Second Generation - 5 Jonathan Alden.
  2. RootsWeb's World Connect Project - Global Search, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Sherman/Walbridge Family - Contact: sherm; Two References: The Great Migration Begins Vols.I-III, Author: Robert Charles Anderson; Publication: Boston 1995; Abbrev: The Great Migration Begins Vols. I-III; Page: vol. I, p. 24 and Title: A Cornell Family History; Author: Chester Clair Cornell; - See Family History Library in Salt Lake.

Thomas Hynson1

M, b. before 1646, d. 1679
FatherThomas Hynson1 b. b Feb 1620, d. b 20 Jan 1667
MotherGrace (?)2
Last Edited26 Jan 2016
     Thomas Hynson was born before 1646 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.2,3 He was the son of Thomas Hynson and Grace (?)1,2 Thomas Hynson married Ann Gaine in 1663 at Kent County, Maryland.4 Thomas Hynson witnessed the deed of Thomas Hynson on 20 June 1665 at Talbot County, Maryland; "Mr Thomas Hynson Senr conveys to John Singleton and Richard Jones 200 acres part of a grant of 400 acres whereof 200 acres were formerly given by said Thomas Hynson to his two sons Thomas and John Hynson."5 Thomas Hynson was on 20 April 1666 at Isle of Kent County, Maryland; Appointed sheriff of Isle of Kent Co.3 He witnessed the deed of Col. John Hynson on 21 June 1670 at Talbot County, Maryland; "John Hynson of Chester River, Talbot County, conveys to his brother Thomas Hynson of the same county, tracts called Hynson Town Creek, and Next Addition."5 Thomas Hynson left a will on 14 December 1678 at Talbot County, Maryland; "mentions his wife Anne, his brother Charles, his sons Thomas, William, and Richard, and other children (not named)."4 He died in 1679 at Talbot County, Maryland.4

Children of Thomas Hynson and Ann Gaine

  • Thomas Hynson4
  • William Hynson
  • Richard Hynson4

Citations

  1. Malcolm H. Harris, Old New Kent County : some account of the planters, plantations, and places in ., page 99.
  2. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
  3. Unknown author, Maryland Historical Magazine., Vol 6 - Page 242.
  4. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Hynson And Smith Families by Christopher Johnston.
  5. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, page 101. "(Talbot Co., Lib. A,No.1,fol.5)."

Jonathan Adams1

M, b. 6 January 1646, d. 25 November 1712
FatherLt Thomas Adams2 b. 1612, d. 20 Jul 1688
MotherMary Blackmore3 b. 1613, d. 23 Mar 1694/95
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Jonathan Adams was a farmer in or near Littleton Mass. Jonathan Adams was born on 6 January 1646 at Concord, Massachusetts.4 He was the son of Lt Thomas Adams and Mary Blackmore.2,3 Jonathan Adams married Leah Gould, daughter of Francis Gould and Rose (?), on 29 August 1681.5,1,6 Jonathan Adams died on 25 November 1712 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts, at age 66.5

Children of Jonathan Adams and Leah Gould

Citations

  1. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families."
  2. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 6.
  3. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 7.
  4. New England Historic Genealogical Society. Massachusetts Town Birth Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999. Original data:, online www.ancestry.com, Source: Vital Records of Concord.
  5. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 87.
  6. Miss Emily W. Leavitt, "Chelmsford Marriages", page 447.
  7. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, Page 87.

Pelatiah Adams1

M, b. 6 January 1646, d. 29 April 1725
FatherLt Thomas Adams1 b. 1612, d. 20 Jul 1688
MotherMary Blackmore1 b. 1613, d. 23 Mar 1694/95
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Pelatiah Adams was born on 6 January 1646 at Concord, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Lt Thomas Adams and Mary Blackmore.1 Pelatiah Adams married Ruth (?) between 1670 and 1680.1 Pelatiah Adams died on 29 April 1725 at Chelmsford, Cumberland, at age 79.1

Family: Pelatiah Adams and Ruth (?)

Citations

  1. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 87.

Thomas S. Potts1

M, b. 12 July 1647, d. 4 September 1726
FatherRichard Potts2 b. 1610, d. 17 Sep 1650
MotherAnne Ashe3 b. 8 Feb 1617, d. 2 Sep 1673
Last Edited20 Apr 2016
     Thomas S. Potts married Joan Kettle.1 Thomas S. Potts was christened on 12 July 1647 at Chesterfield, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.1 He was born on 12 July 1647 at Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of Richard Potts and Anne Ashe.2,3 Thomas S. Potts died on 4 September 1726 at Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 79.1

Child of Thomas S. Potts and Joan Kettle

Citations

  1. FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19, online http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp, (AFN: KHQT-LF).
  2. FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19, online http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp
  3. FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19, online http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp, AFN: KHQT-Q4.

Susanna Parham1

F, b. 1648, d. 2 March 1717
Last Edited12 Apr 2016
     Susanna Parham was born in 1648.1 She married Roger Tillman, son of Christopher Tilghman and Ruth Devonshire, in 1680 at Prince George County, Virginia.1 Susanna Parham died on 2 March 1717 at Prince George County, Virginia.1

Children of Susanna Parham and Roger Tillman

  • Jane Tilghman1
  • Christine Tilghman1
  • John Tilghman1
  • George Tilghman1

Citations

  1. GEDCOM File submitted by Rev. Oden L. Woodward, RR 2 Box 586, Chichester, NH, 03263-8911, (603) 798-3334798-4220, online unknown url.

Elizabeth Reynolds1

F, b. 1648, d. before March 1668
FatherChristopher Reynolds1 b. c 1611, d. Nov 1657
MotherElizabeth (?)1
Last Edited1 Jun 2016
     Elizabeth Reynolds married George Rivers.2 Elizabeth Reynolds was born in 1648.3 She was the daughter of Christopher Reynolds and Elizabeth (?)1 Elizabeth Reynolds married Richard Jordon.4 Elizabeth Reynolds died before March 1668 at Virginia.5

Child of Elizabeth Reynolds and George Rivers

  • Mary Rivers1

Child of Elizabeth Reynolds and Richard Jordon

  • Richard Jordon1

Citations

  1. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, Page 503.
  2. Lyon G. Tyler - M. A. - LL. - D., "See Index", Will of John Reynolds, page 236.
  3. S. F. Tillman, Reynolds Family, page 290.
  4. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, Page 504.
  5. Christopher Reynolds' Will, Ancestry.com. Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online http://search.ancestry.com

Timothy Adams1

M, b. 15 February 1648, d. 1 July 1708
FatherLt Thomas Adams1 b. 1612, d. 20 Jul 1688
MotherMary Blackmore1 b. 1613, d. 23 Mar 1694/95
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Timothy Adams was born on 15 February 1648 at Concord, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Lt Thomas Adams and Mary Blackmore.1 Timothy Adams was born on 2 April 1648.1 He died on 1 July 1708 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts, at age 60.1

Family: Timothy Adams and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 87.

Rebecca Alden1

F, b. before 1649, d. before 13 June 1689
FatherJohn Alden1 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins1 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited8 May 2015
     Rebecca Alden was born before 1649 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.1 Rebecca Alden married Thomas Delano on 20 October 1667 at Duxbury, Massachusetts. She married Thomas Delano on 20 October 1667 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Rebecca Alden died before 13 June 1689.1

Family: Rebecca Alden and Thomas Delano

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.

Claude Vallott

M, b. after 6 October 1649, d. 29 January 1693
Last Edited20 Nov 2016
     Claude Vallott Claude Vallott was also knowen as "Claude Champagne". He was born after 6 October 1649.1 He "Disposes and says that he is 35 years of age" on 6 October 1684.1 He received 250 pounds of tobacco or work done to the free school. in 1685 at Middlesex County, Virginia.2 He married Ann Jenkinson, daughter of Thomas Jenkinson ? and Dorothy (?), circa 1689 in Christ Church, Middlesex County, Virginia.3,4,5 Claude Vallott died on 29 January 1693 in Christ Church, Virginia.3 He From "History of Hillside, NJ, p.33: " "The old East Jersey Records, say: Carteret brought over on his ship 'Philip', eighteen male servants, the majority French and three female servants all French; they belonged to Sir George & Philip Carteret and came from the Island of Jersey. Two of them were admitted as associates, Claude Vallot and William Hill. Richard Mitchell, another of the servants, was given land by the Governor but not admitted as an associate."6

Children of Claude Vallott and Ann Jenkinson

  • Katherine Vallott
  • Ann Vallott+ b. 31 Jul 1693, d. b 1748

Citations

  1. William B Newman, "Towles and Clark Families", page 584.
  2. C.G. Chamberlayne, The Vestry Book of Christ Church Parish Middlesex County, Virginia 1663-1767, Page 71.
  3. Christ Church Parish, The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County Virginia from 1653 to 1812.
  4. Dorothy Ford Wolfeck, Marriages of some Virginia Residents 1607 - 1800.
  5. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.
  6. Chafin, Marsh and Allied Families by David and Jayne Chafin, Parkersburg, West Virginia, online familytreemaker.genealogy.com, Calude Vallott (b. 1648,d. 29 Jan 1692/93).

Col. John Hynson1,2

M, b. before 1650
FatherThomas Hynson1 b. b Feb 1620, d. b 20 Jan 1667
MotherGrace (?)3
Last Edited26 Jan 2016
     Col. John Hynson was born before 1650 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.3 He was the son of Thomas Hynson and Grace (?)1,3 Col. John Hynson witnessed the note of Thomas Hynson on 21 June 1651 at Kent County, Maryland; In the Land Office, Annapolis is a statement, made 23 June 1651, which recites "Thomas Hynson demandeth 600 acres of land for trnasporting (into the Province of Maryland form England) himself, his wife and John, Grace and Ann Hynson, his children; William Planes, Dunken Makalester and Elizabeth Bloomley, his three servants. A warrent issued accordingly to lay out for him 600 acres on the Eastern Shore opposite Love Point."4 Col. John Hynson witnessed the deed of Thomas Hynson on 20 June 1665 at Talbot County, Maryland; "Mr Thomas Hynson Senr conveys to John Singleton and Richard Jones 200 acres part of a grant of 400 acres whereof 200 acres were formerly given by said Thomas Hynson to his two sons Thomas and John Hynson."5 Col. John Hynson married Rachel (?) before 1670 at Kent County, Maryland.6 Col. John Hynson was recorded in a deed "John Hynson of Chester River, Talbot County, conveys to his brother Thomas Hynson of the same county, tracts called Hynson Town Creek, and Next Addition" on 21 June 1670 at Talbot County, Maryland.5 He began military service on 28 February 1681 at Kent County, Maryland; commissioned Lieutenant in the Kent Count Militia.2 John was commissioned Captain 4 Sept. 1689 and Colonel 9 October 1694. In the rearrangement of the militia of the province, 17 Aug 1695, he was continued as Colonel Commanding the military forces of Kent County.2 Although he held both a civil and military commission in the provisional government, he sighed the address of the Protestant inhabitants of Kent in 1689 and the petition against Cood in 1690.2 He married Ann (?) after 1693 at Kent County, Maryland.1,3,6 He signed the address of congratulation to King William as a civil and military officer of Kent County on 12 December 1696.2 Col. John Hynson left a will on 29 December 1704 at Kent County, Michigan.7 He was buried on 10 May 1705 at Register of St. Paul's Par., Kent County, Maryland.6 He John Hynson took a prominent part in public affairs. "He was commissioned one of the Justices of Kent Co. 2 July 1674 and was successively commissioned until 1689. He was commissioned one of the Quorum 10 April 1688 and again 4 September 1689 under the provisional government. He was commissioned Justice of the County 16 October 1694, was of the Quorum in 1696 and attests a document as Justice in 1701. He was High Sheriff of Kent County in 1683. He represented Kent Co. in the House of Burgesses 1681-1683, 1694-1697 and 1701-1702." in 1999.2

Children of Col. John Hynson and Rachel (?)

  • John Hynson8
  • Col. Nathaniel Hynson
  • Mary Hynson8
  • Elizabeth Hynson8
  • Anne Hynson8
  • Jane Hynson8
  • Sarah Hynson8

Family: Col. John Hynson and Ann (?)

Citations

  1. Malcolm H. Harris, Old New Kent County : some account of the planters, plantations, and places in ., page 99.
  2. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, page 101.
  3. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
  4. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", Page 242 - "Warrants, Liber A. B. H., p. 164.
  5. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, page 101. "(Talbot Co., Lib. A,No.1,fol.5)."
  6. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Hynson And Smith Families by Christopher Johnston.
  7. Will, John Hinson.
  8. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, page 102.

Grace Hynson1

F, b. before 1650
FatherThomas Hynson1 b. b Feb 1620, d. b 20 Jan 1667
MotherGrace (?)1
Last Edited26 Jan 2016
     Grace Hynson was born before 1650 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.1 She married Thomas Smith after 1650 at Maryland.1 Grace Hynson was the daughter of Thomas Hynson and Grace (?)1 Grace Hynson witnessed the note of Thomas Hynson on 21 June 1651 at Kent County, Maryland; In the Land Office, Annapolis is a statement, made 23 June 1651, which recites "Thomas Hynson demandeth 600 acres of land for trnasporting (into the Province of Maryland form England) himself, his wife and John, Grace and Ann Hynson, his children; William Planes, Dunken Makalester and Elizabeth Bloomley, his three servants. A warrent issued accordingly to lay out for him 600 acres on the Eastern Shore opposite Love Point."2

Family: Grace Hynson and Thomas Smith

Citations

  1. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
  2. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", Page 242 - "Warrants, Liber A. B. H., p. 164.

Maj William Harris1

M, b. before 1650
Last Edited21 Sep 2015
     Maj William Harris was born before 1650. He married Jane Boone, daughter of Thomas Boone, circa 1665 at Kent County, Maryland. Maj William Harris married Alice Roberts on 5 March 1676 in Maryland.2 Maj William Harris In 1686, William Harris was listed as bound for England, authorized to by weights and scales for every towne in the County of Kent. in 1686. He left a will on 20 August 1712 in Kent County, Maryland; proved 21 Nov 1712.3 He died at Kent County, Maryland.3,4 He was buried on 28 August 1712.4

Child of Maj William Harris

  • Tabitha Harris

Children of Maj William Harris and Jane Boone

Child of Maj William Harris and Alice Roberts

Citations

  1. Jane Baldwin, The Maryland Calendar of Wills - Wills from 1685 to 1702.
  2. Compiled by Robert Barnes, MARYLAND MARRIAGES, 1634-1777, p. 80.
  3. Maryland Calendar of Wills, Will of William Harris, Kent County Maryland, 21 Nov 1712.
  4. Robert W. Barnes & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
  5. Robert W. Barnes & F. Edward Wright, Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, p. 92 - ref: Christopher Johnston, "The Dunn Family of Kent County" in MG: 1.414-418.

Sarah Edgecomb1

F, b. circa 1650, d. 1703
FatherJohn Edgecomb
MotherSarah (?)2
Last Edited15 Feb 2016
     Sarah Edgecomb was born circa 1650 in Lancaster County, Virginia.3 She was the daughter of John Edgecomb and Sarah (?)2 Sarah Edgecomb married John Suggitt circa 1670 in Richmond County.1 She was included in the will of John Suggitt on 24 September 1689 at Rappahannock County; John names his sons James, Edgcomb, Thomas and John (and John's wife Sarah.)4 Sarah Edgecomb "This Indenture Tripatite made 4th Day of May in the year of our lord (according to the Computation's of the Church of England) one thousand six hundred ninety and four between Sarah Suggit of the Parish of Farnham in the County of Richmond widow of the first part and William Barber Sen'r of the County of Richmond and Rawleigh Travers of Northumberland County Gent of the second Part and John Sugit and Margarett hsi Wife, James Suggit, Edgcomb Suggit and Thomas Suggit sons of said Sarah of the third part. Witnesseth that the said Sarah Suggit for the lobe and affection she hath and bearith unto her children and for their better Preferment and advancement in this world and for other good causes and considereations her thereunto moving hath given xxx unto the said William Barber and Rawliegh Travers all that Plantation xx being in the Parish of FArnham and County aforesaid on the north side of Adjoining to Rappa. River containing according to antient bound thereof five hundred and ninety acres and surveyed by Wm Moseley by virtue of an order granted by general Court dataed the seventeeth of October 1687 which said land was taken up by Patent dated 18th of April 1650 by Anth'o Jackson and by him sold and Assigned by writting endorsed the 6th of October 1652 unto John Edgcomb father of the said Sarah Suggit by whom she claim's the premises". 190 acres "there of conculding the two long necks so call the House Building and orchards thereon" reserved for life use of Sarah Suggit this home tract adjonining the land of Edgecombe Suggit. 190 acres lying next to the land of Tho. Suggit for his use. "One other hundred acres parcell of the acres sold to be taken up by john suggit the elder dec'd lying next to Line parting the same and the Land late in the holding of Robert Vaylis Sen'r to use of John Suggit and Margarett his wife and his heirs. 75 acres adjoining the Land of John Traverner and the adjoining land of James and John Suggit to use of Tho Suggit. 150 acres adjoining the Land of Henry Lucas and the Land of John, Edgcomb and Tho. Suggit to use of James Suggit. 75 acres to use of Edgcomb Suggit, etc. Signed Sarah Suggit, John Suggit, Marg't Suggit, James Suggit, Edgcomb Suggit, Tho. Suggit Wit: Isc Webb, Wm Thornbury, Wm Fitzherbert, John Traverner, Edward Jones. on 4 May 1694 at Richmond County, Virginia.5 She married Thomas Baylis circa 1697 in Richmond County.1 Sarah Edgecomb left a will on 8 March 1700 in Rappahannock County. She died in 1703.1

Children of Sarah Edgecomb and John Suggitt

Family: Sarah Edgecomb and Thomas Baylis

Citations

  1. George Harrison Sanford King, Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia 1668 - 1853, p. 199.
  2. Beverley Fleet, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Lancaster County Court Orders, 1652-1655.
    page. 232.
  3. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 287.
  4. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692. Will written 24 Sept 1689, Proved 2 April, 1690.
  5. Beverley Fleet, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Richmond County Court. Page 50.
  6. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 145.

Roger Tillman1

M, b. circa 1650, d. 1704
FatherChristopher Tilghman1 b. 1595
MotherRuth Devonshire1
Last Edited30 Oct 2016
     Roger Tillman was born circa 1650 at Accomac County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Christopher Tilghman and Ruth Devonshire.1 Roger Tillman married Winnefred Austin in 1674 at Accomac County, Virginia.1 Roger Tillman married Susanna Parham in 1680 at Prince George County, Virginia.1 He died in 1704 at Prince George County, Virginia.1

Child of Roger Tillman and Winnefred Austin

Children of Roger Tillman and Susanna Parham

  • Jane Tilghman1
  • Christine Tilghman1
  • John Tilghman1
  • George Tilghman1

Citations

  1. GEDCOM File submitted by Rev. Oden L. Woodward, RR 2 Box 586, Chichester, NH, 03263-8911, (603) 798-3334798-4220, online unknown url.

Sarah Jenkins1

F, b. circa 1650, d. 1692
FatherJoel Jenkins2 b. c 1624
MotherSarah Gilbert2 b. 1624, d. 4 Jul 1687
Last Edited3 Mar 2016
     Sarah Jenkins was born circa 1650 at Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Joel Jenkins and Sarah Gilbert.2 Sarah Jenkins married Joseph Meriam, son of William Merriam and Elizabeth Breed, on 19 August 1675 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Sarah Jenkins died in 1692 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Children of Sarah Jenkins and Joseph Meriam

  • Joseph Meriam1
  • Benjamin Meriam3
  • Sarah Meriam+1 b. 21 Feb 1681, d. 15 Apr 1705
  • Elizabeth Meriam3
  • Ebenezer Meriam3
  • Theophilus Meriam3
  • Mary Meriam3

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Sarah Meriam.
  2. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Joel Jenkins.
  3. Charles Henry Pope, Merriam genealogy in England and America : including the "genealogical memoranda" of Charles Pierce Merriam, the collections of James Sheldon Merriam.

Thanks Shepard1

F, b. 10 February 1650
FatherDeacon Ralph Shepard1 b. 1603 or 1606, d. 20 Aug 1693
MotherThanks Lord1 b. 1612, d. 1693
Last Edited14 Mar 2016
     Thanks Shepard was born on 10 February 1650 at Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Deacon Ralph Shepard and Thanks Lord.1 Thanks Shepard married Peter Dill on 13 December 1669 at Massachusetts.2

Family: Thanks Shepard and Peter Dill

Citations

  1. Ancestry of Edward Wales Blake and Clarisa Matilda Glidden, Edith B. Summer, Building An American Pedigree by Norman E. Wright.
  2. Unknown author, O. K. Steele of Corbin Kentucky. Records in possesion of widow, Nora Steele., CFI Patron sheets #76190 0974 by Mrs. Rebecca E. Sidwell, 536 Fairmont, Pocatello, Idaho, 83201.

Andre De Normandie1,2

M, b. 22 February 1650/51, d. 12 December 1724
Last Edited26 Jan 2016
     Andre De Normandie was born on 22 February 1650/51 at Geneva, Switzerland.1 He died on 12 December 1724 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at age 73.1

Child of Andre De Normandie and Louise Clerc

Citations

  1. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, The Ancestry of Sally Sleeper Russell Of Worcester, Massachusetts.
  2. RootsWeb's World Connect Project - Global Search, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Freeman/Hoag Family Tree.

Henry Towles1,2

M, b. circa 1652, d. 1721
FatherHenry Towles3
Mother(?) Kendall3
Last Edited8 Nov 2016
     Henry Towles was born circa 1652 in Rappahannock County, Virginia.4 He was the son of Henry Towles and (?) Kendall.3 Henry Towles married Ann Stockley, daughter of John Stockley and Elizabeth Woodman ?, in 1668 in Accomac County, Virginia.5,1 He was appointed constable in 1681. Henry Towles was recorded on the tax lists of 1680 and 1687 for Accomac County. On on 30 January 1689 Henry Towles obtained 800 acres from Lieutenant William Kendall in Accomac County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth (?) after 1700; In a deed in Accomac County dataed March 28, 1712, Elizabeth Towles "Lawfull Wife of Henry Towles" released her dower rights in property exchanged to Colonel Custis.1 Henry Towles died in 1721; His will probated June 6, 1721. Abstract: leaves his "now dwelling plantation--land to my son Kendall Towles forever only my loving wife shall have it during her natural life." To his sons Job and Thomas all the remainder of his land was bequeather. Unto sons Henry and Stockley he leaves one shilling each.1 The Towles Family of Virginia is nearly famous. They descended all from one man, Henry Towles formerly of Liverpool become colonist. And they served as aides to General George Washington, became legislators, and even television script writers. Henry Towles is variously said to have arrived in this country from Liverpool, England in 1654 or 1664. He settled in Middlesex Co., Virginia. His son Henry Towles II purchased a piece of land at the mouth of the Rappahannock River. To this day that piece of land is known as Towles Point. The younger Henry's brother Stokeley settled in Culpepper Co. Virginia, and shipped cotton to Liverpool for sale in England. Their descendants such as Col. Oliver Towles faught in the Revolutionary War, at the Battle of Fallen Timbers under General Anthony Wayne, and the War of 1812. Many of them moved south and west to the Carolinas, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, and Texas. The name is either Scottish or Welsh, and it is known at least one of the family coats of arms is registered in Scotland. BIOGRAPHY: Henry came to Virigina around 1664 from Liverpool England at the age of 12. He was appointed constable of Accomac County in 1681.His occupation was always listed as planter. Tradition has it that the family is of Welsh origin, although it could be a Scottish or English name. What Coats of Arms have been located in various editions of Burke's are registered in Scotland, not Wales. One of the family coats of arms is "a prostrate foe, an exalted club' bearing the motto "We shall have peace." The lateThomas Oliver Toles of Jeff erson City, MO had a ring with signet inevidence of thi s. (Taken from clippings nearly 100 years old from Louisville-Courier-Journal 1890' s & reprinted in the KY Explorer 2Nov 1996) There are others such as one with a dove and in Latin "Give me PEace." Court records of Middlesex County have a deed of Henry Towles bearing a wax seal of "a lion passant." (from an article online by Carol France). The "lion passant" is therefore registered as the Virginia Heraldric arms of the family.
Will: 17 Jan 1720/21 - 6 Jun 1721. To son Kendall my Plantationwhere I live - wife to hav e use of same for life. Sons Job and Thomas the rest of my land. To sons Henry Towles 1 s . To son Stockley Towles 1 s. (From
wills and Adminstrations of Acomack Va 1663-1800 P. 52.)6

Children of Henry Towles and Ann Stockley

Child of Henry Towles and Elizabeth (?)

  • Kendall Towles10

Citations

  1. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family", p. 427.
  2. W.A. Towles, "The Towles Family", p. 320.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:9Z78-19) Henry Towles Sr.
  4. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family", p. 427. A disposition made by Henry Towles in 1684 indicated that he was then thirty two years of age.
  5. Edited by Frederick Adams Virkus The Compendium of American Geneaology - The Standard Genealogical Encylopedia of The First Families of America - Vol VI, Geneology of Oliver Towles.
  6. Descendants of Henry Towles - The Towles Family, rootsweb, Prepared by: Berry Canote, Huntsville, MO., online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…
  7. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family."
  8. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family", Will probated 6 June 1721.
  9. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family", Fathers Will porbated 6 June, 1721.
  10. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family", Will probated June 6, 1721.

Ann Stockley1

F, b. circa 1652, d. before 1712
FatherJohn Stockley2
MotherElizabeth Woodman ? b. 1621, d. 3 Feb 1670
Last Edited17 Sep 2016
     Ann Stockley was born circa 1652 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John Stockley and Elizabeth Woodman ?2 Ann Stockley married Henry Towles, son of Henry Towles and (?) Kendall, in 1668 in Accomac County, Virginia.3,1 Ann Stockley died before 1712.1

Children of Ann Stockley and Henry Towles

Citations

  1. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family", p. 427.
  2. Ella Kirk France, D.A.R, "Towles Family."
  3. Edited by Frederick Adams Virkus The Compendium of American Geneaology - The Standard Genealogical Encylopedia of The First Families of America - Vol VI, Geneology of Oliver Towles.

Samuel Adams

M, b. circa 1652, d. 27 November 1727
FatherLt Thomas Adams b. 1612, d. 20 Jul 1688
MotherMary Blackmore b. 1613, d. 23 Mar 1694/95
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Samuel Adams was born circa 1652 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Lt Thomas Adams and Mary Blackmore. Samuel Adams married Mary (?) circa 1670. Samuel Adams left a will on 7 August 1727 at Connecticut; The will was probated at Plainfield, Dec. 4, 1727, and on record at Willimantic. The will speaks of his sons as three in number, and four daughters, but names only Henry and Thomas, Abigial and Margaret, the portions of Abigail and Margaret to remain in the hands of the executro.1 He died on 27 November 1727 at Connecticut.1 Samuel was a millwright who removed to Charlestown, Mass., and thence to Canterbury, Conn., where he was a prominent citizen. He sold his property in Charlestown to Joseph Randall. In Conn., he was one of the first board of selectmen in Canterbury, chosen May 31 1699. Both he and his son Samuel, Jr., received each on and one-half shares of land as original first settlers in the division of April, 1727. He was said to have had twelve children, five of whom died young.1

Family: Samuel Adams and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 87.

Thomas Adams1

M, b. circa 1652, d. circa 1685
FatherCapt Samuel Adams1 b. 1617, d. 24 Jan 1688/89
MotherRebecca Graves1 d. 8 Oct 1664
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Thomas Adams was born circa 1652 at Charlestown, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Capt Samuel Adams and Rebecca Graves.1 Thomas Adams married Mary Trumbull, daughter of J Trumbull, on 28 April 1680.1 Thomas Adams died circa 1685 at near Coeburn, Wythe, Virginia.1

Family: Thomas Adams and Mary Trumbull

Citations

  1. Thomas Bellows Wyman, The Genealogies And Estates Of Charlestown, Massachusetts 1629-1818, page 4.

Lt. Col. Cadwallader Jones1

M, b. 1652, d. 1699
FatherRichard Jones1 b. b 1630, d. a 1653
MotherFrances Ann Baldwin2 b. c 1606
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Recieved from John Griffin, of Gloucester county, Virginia, Shipwright to Col. Cadwallader Jones, of Rappahannock county, Gent; for a bark of "fifty odd" tons, for a consideration of L150 sterling.3 Lt. Col. Cadwallader Jones was born in 1652 at York County, Virginia.4 He was the son of Richard Jones and Frances Ann Baldwin.1,2 Lt. Col. Cadwallader Jones married Katherine (Catherine) Debnam, daughter of William Debnam Sr, circa December 1672.1,5 Lt. Col. Cadwallader Jones In a letter of agrievances by Herbert Jeffries, John Berry & Francis Morison .................item 11. "Whereas our Right Hon ye Gover hath outh of his tend caire appoint'd several comanders to pr'ceed against our Enemies. Wee are now in a most deplorable condition being assur'd yt ye maine camp of the Nansatico Indyans is now w in 20 miles of Lt. Coll. Cadwallader Jones' House, wee humbly bet yo Hon to comiserate our hard lives and fortunes & let us not now miscarry in ye sight of a faire Haven." in 1676 at Cittenborne Parish, Virginia.6 He was recorded in a deed "from Cadwallader Jones of Virginia, son and heir of Richard Jones, late of London, merchant, deceased; and John Jeffereys, of London, Esquire, conveying to Sir Robert Jeffereys, Knight, Alderman of London, the lordship and manor of Ley, in the parish of Beerferris, county of Devon, England, together with the Capitol message of mansion house called Ley, and all the lands called by the several names of Wallers, great Hancombe, little Hancombe, Beau Alberston, and Basslack, lying in the precincts, territories and fields of Ley; and two burgages in Tarmarton, Follyot, in said county of Devon; all that cottage, &c., at Hawcombe, in Devon, all that Coppice containing about fifteen acres, in Beerferris; and all other lands, houses, &c., in said manor or parishes, wherein said Jones and Jeffereys have or may have any estate of inheritance in fee simple or fee-taile." in 1681 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.7 He "There is in the English State Papers Office a letter, dated Mt. Paradise, Virginia, February 6th, 1681/2 from him (Cadwalader Jones?) to Lord Baltimore, requesting permission to trade with Indians in Maryland, and naming Thomas Owsley, the bearer, as his agent. He also gives some account of his trade and of the movements of the Northern Indians." in 1681/82.8 He was recorded in a deed from John Griffin, of Gloucester county, Virginia, Shipwright to Col. Cadwallader Jones, of Rappahannock county, Gent; for a bark of "fifty odd" tons, for a consideration of 150 sterling. in 1684.9 He died in 1699 at Stafford County, Virginia.10 He "Accompanying a letter, July 1st, 1699, from Gov. Nicholson to the Lords of Trade, is "Col. Cadwallader Jones' Essay about the Indian Trade (5 pages), with a MS. map or plot of Louisiana" on 1 July 1699.8

Child of Lt. Col. Cadwallader Jones and Katherine (Catherine) Debnam

Citations

  1. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 460.
  2. Alice Elizabeth Trabue, More Descendants of Captain Robert Beheathland of Jamestown and of Major Francis Dade, page 265.
  3. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 31.
  4. Flanagan Home Page, online http://www.familysearch.org/, Research of Dana Flanagan, Jr and Others.
  5. Jones Family of Prince George Co., VA; Family Trees; RootsWeb.com;Contact: Randy Jones, online http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  6. Editor, "See Surname", Page 38. Wider Papers, Virginia State Livrary. "Causes Of Discontent In Virginia."
  7. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", 31.
  8. Editor, "See Surname", Letters of William Fitzhugh.
  9. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", page 31.
  10. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Col Cadwallader Jones Find A Grave Memorial# 87302673.

Robert Taliaferro1

M, b. 1652, d. 1688
FatherRobert Taliaferro1 b. 11 Nov 1626, d. b 1672
MotherKatherine (Catherine) Debnam1 b. c 1630, d. 1686
Last Edited28 Sep 2016
     Robert Taliaferro married Elizabeth Catlett, daughter of John Catlett and Elizabeth Underwood.2 Robert Taliaferro was born in 1652.1 He was the son of Robert Taliaferro and Katherine (Catherine) Debnam.1 Robert Taliaferro died in 1688.1

Family: Robert Taliaferro and Elizabeth Catlett

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Katherine Debnam Taliaferro - Find A Grave Memorial# 67310606.
  2. Editor, "See Surname", Page 62.

Mary Steele1

F, b. 1652, d. before 1688
FatherSamuel Steele1 b. 1627, d. 1670
MotherMary Boosey2 b. 10 Sep 1635
Last Edited30 Aug 2016
     Mary Steele was born in 1652 at Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Steele and Mary Boosey.1,2 She married William Tryon, son of William Tryon and Rebecca (?), circa 1670 at Wethersfield, Connecticut; "William named his two oldest sons in America Joseph and David, and James Steele and Sarah (Steele) Boardman alllso named sons Joseph and David, although neither of these were Steele or Boardman names. And later, Ziba, son of William, named his eldest son James, which was not a Tryon name. And when William died in 1711 in his 66th year, administration of his estate was granted to James Steele, son of Samuel, 'by request of the children of William Tryon,' thus indicating that he was a near relative." "Samuel Steel's first born daughter was Mary.1 Mary Steele died before 1688.

Children of Mary Steele and William Tryon

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.
  2. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com.
  3. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 23.
  4. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 24.
  5. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, Page 27.

Daniel Harris1

M, b. 15 July 1653
FatherDaniel Harris1 b. 1615, d. Nov 1701
MotherMary Weld1 b. 11 Nov 1627, d. 15 Sep 1711
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     Daniel Harris was born on 15 July 1653 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld.1 Daniel Harris married Abigail Barnes on 14 December 1680 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.2 Daniel Harris married Mrs Elizabeth (?) on 5 January 1726/27 at Wallingford, Connecticut.2

Children of Daniel Harris and Abigail Barnes

  • Abigail Harris2
  • Mary Harris2
  • Daniel Harris2
  • Joseph Harris2
  • Patience Harris2

Family: Daniel Harris and Mrs Elizabeth (?)

Citations

  1. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 219.
  2. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 220.

Francis Taliaferro1

M, b. circa 1654
FatherRobert Taliaferro2 b. 11 Nov 1626, d. b 1672
Last Edited28 Sep 2016
     Francis Taliaferro married Katherine (Kathryn) Dedman in 1651 at Essex County, Virginia.2 Francis Taliaferro was born circa 1654 at Essex County, Virginia.2 He was the son of Robert Taliaferro.2 Francis Taliaferro married Sarah Catlett, daughter of John Catlett and Elizabeth Underwood, circa 1685 at Virginia. Reference: From rootsweb family trees "Ancestors of Amelia Brook Leahy" - Survey of Lands, May 4, 1691, by Wm Moseley for Francis Taliaferro "As marrying Elizabeth, daughter of Colonel John Catlett.1,3

Family: Francis Taliaferro and Katherine (Kathryn) Dedman

Family: Francis Taliaferro and Sarah Catlett

Citations

  1. Editor, "See Surname", Page 62.
  2. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, From the family tree of Peter M. Morris - Mostly Taken from TALIAFERRO Times, VOL. I - No. 2, 16 November 1966.
  3. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, From the family tree of Peter M. Morris.

Joseph Adams1

M, b. 1654, d. 1737
FatherJoseph Adams1 b. 1626, d. 1594
MotherAbigail Baxter1 b. 1634, d. 1692
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Joseph Adams married Hannah Bass.1 Joseph Adams was born in 1654 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Adams and Abigail Baxter.1 Joseph Adams died in 1737 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1

Child of Joseph Adams and Hannah Bass

Citations

  1. Compiled By J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams Of Somersetshire, England And Braintree, Mass. - His English Ancestry And Some Of His Descendants, page 58.

Francis Browne1

M, b. 1654, d. circa 11 April 1709
FatherFrancis Browne2 d. c 1690
MotherElizabeth Bannister2
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
     Francis Browne was born in 1654 at Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia.3 He was the son of Francis Browne and Elizabeth Bannister.2 Francis Browne married Elizabeth Allen, daughter of Valentine Allen and Mary Page.2 Francis Browne died circa 11 April 1709 at Essex County, Virginia.2

Children of Francis Browne and Elizabeth Allen

Citations

  1. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.
  2. Ancestors of Carol Agnes Shabowski, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/e/…, Ancestor ID: 844.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, Pedigree Chart - Daniel Brown - www.familysearch.com/Search/af/pedigree_chart.asp?recid=17002312&familyid=%2DI.
  4. Grace Cooper: My Culpeper Ancestors and Surrounding areas, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com

Joseph Meriam1

M, b. after 1654, d. 1692
FatherWilliam Merriam2 b. c 1624
MotherElizabeth Breed2 b. 26 Dec 1634
Last Edited3 Mar 2016
     Joseph Meriam was born after 1654 at Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of William Merriam and Elizabeth Breed.2 Joseph Meriam married Sarah Jenkins, daughter of Joel Jenkins and Sarah Gilbert, on 19 August 1675 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Joseph Meriam died in 1692 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Children of Joseph Meriam and Sarah Jenkins

  • Joseph Meriam1
  • Benjamin Meriam2
  • Sarah Meriam+1 b. 21 Feb 1681, d. 15 Apr 1705
  • Elizabeth Meriam2
  • Ebenezer Meriam2
  • Theophilus Meriam2
  • Mary Meriam2

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Sarah Meriam.
  2. Charles Henry Pope, Merriam genealogy in England and America : including the "genealogical memoranda" of Charles Pierce Merriam, the collections of James Sheldon Merriam.

Richard Tilghman1

M, b. between 1654 and 1695, d. 12 March 1682
FatherJohn Tilghman1 b. bt 1600 - 1625
Last Edited28 Oct 2016
     Richard Tilghman married an unknown person at Henrico County, Virginia.1 He was born between 1654 and 1695 at Henrico County, Virginia.1 He was the son of John Tilghman.1 Richard Tilghman died on 12 March 1682 at Henrico County, Virginia.1

Child of Richard Tilghman

  • Edward Tilghman1

Citations

  1. GEDCOM File submitted by Rev. Oden L. Woodward, RR 2 Box 586, Chichester, NH, 03263-8911, (603) 798-3334798-4220, online unknown url.

Capt. Robert Coleman

M, b. 1655, d. before August 1713
FatherRobert Coleman sr1 b. 1622, d. 1689
MotherElizabeth Grizzell1 b. 1632
Last Edited31 Jan 2016
     Capt. Robert Coleman was born in 1655 at Rappahannock County, Virginia. He was the son of Robert Coleman sr and Elizabeth Grizzell.1 Capt. Robert Coleman married Ann Spilsby circa 1675 in Essex County; One source say's that the marriage may have taken place in England. This seems likely, since the name Spilsby can be found no where else in early Virginia.2,3 Capt. Robert Coleman was a justice of the peace in Essex County in 1703, 1708 and 1709. He was sheriff of the county in 1710 and 1712. He purchased lots in the town of Tappahannock. in 1701.4 He died before August 1713; 13 Aug 1713, will admitted to probate before the Essex Court.2,4

Children of Capt. Robert Coleman and Ann Spilsby

Citations

  1. Ancestors of Carol Agnes Shabowski, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/e/…, Ancestor ID: 845.
  2. Malcolm H. Harris, Old New Kent County : some account of the planters, plantations, and places in ., p. 515.
  3. Indexed by Robert Barnes, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From The Virginia Magazine Of History and Biography, Volume II, Clayborne - Fitzhugh, Page 286, Some Notes On The Coleman Family Of Caroline County, Virginia by George H. S. King.
  4. Indexed by Robert Barnes, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From The Virginia Magazine Of History and Biography, Volume II, Clayborne - Fitzhugh, page 286. Some Notes On The Coleman Family Of Caroline County, Virginia by George H. S. King.
  5. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:K3XC-HR) Robert Coleman.

Maria Tilghman1

F, b. February 1655
FatherDR Richard Tilghman1 b. 3 Sep 1626
MotherMary Foxley1 d. c 1700
Last Edited28 Oct 2016
     Maria Tilghman was born in February 1655 at London, England.1 She was the daughter of DR Richard Tilghman and Mary Foxley.1 Maria Tilghman married Matthew Ward circa 1675 at Maryland.2

Child of Maria Tilghman and Matthew Ward

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 231.
  2. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, p. 448.

Lt. Col John "The Ranger" Taliaferro1,2

M, b. circa 1656, d. circa 1720
FatherRobert Taliaferro1 b. 11 Nov 1626, d. b 1672
MotherKatherine (Catherine) Debnam1 b. c 1630, d. 1686
Last Edited28 Sep 2016
     Lt. Col John "The Ranger" Taliaferro was born circa 1656 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Robert Taliaferro and Katherine (Catherine) Debnam.1 Lt. Col John "The Ranger" Taliaferro married Sarah Smith, daughter of Lawrence Smith and Mary Hitchon, in 1680 at Essex County, Virginia.3,4 Lt. Col John "The Ranger" Taliaferro left a will on 1 June 1715 at Essex County, Virginia; Posted at Find- A-Grave "devised property to his son, John Taliarerro; to his daughter, Mary Taliaferro (Thornton); to sons--Robert, Richard, Charles, Lawrence, Zachariah, and William Taliaferro; to his daughters Sarah, Elizabeth, Catherine Taliaferro; to his wife; and to his brother, Francis Taliaferro. John's will recorded on 20 Jun 1715. The inventory of his estate was made in August, 1715. ".2 He died circa 1720 at Virginia.1

Child of Lt. Col John "The Ranger" Taliaferro and Sarah Smith

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Katherine Debnam Taliaferro - Find A Grave Memorial# 67310606.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Col John Taliaferro, Sr - Find A Grave Memorial# 12888885.
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, John Taliaferro, II - Find A Grave Memorial# 8348342.
  4. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Sarah Smith Taliaferro - Find A Grave Memorial# 82218210.

Sarah Steele1

F, b. 1656
FatherSamuel Steele1 b. 1627, d. 1670
MotherMary Boosey b. 10 Sep 1635
Last Edited31 Aug 2016
     Sarah Steele was born in 1656 at Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Steele and Mary Boosey.1

Children of Sarah Steele and Samuel Boardman

  • Joseph Boardman1
  • David Boardman1

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.

Francis Slaughter1

M, b. between 2 January 1656 and 2 April 1658, d. 1718
FatherFrancis Slaughter1 b. 1630, d. a 3 Aug 1657
MotherElizabeth Underwood1 b. c 1633
Last Edited17 May 2017
     Francis Slaughter was born between 2 January 1656 and 2 April 1658 in Essex County, Virginia.1,2 He was the son of Francis Slaughter and Elizabeth Underwood.1 Francis Slaughter married Margaret (Gaines?) Before 1679 in Sittingbourn Parish, Rappahannock County.3 Before 1699, Francis Slaughter migrated to at Richmond County; Francis Slaughter begins to appear as a Planter and Justice in Richmond Co. Order Books in 1699.4 He and Margaret Hudson published a marriage bond on 11 July 1711 in Richmond County.5 Francis married Margaret Hudson on 2 August 1711 in Richmond.1,6,5 Francis Slaughter died in 1718 in Richmond County.1 Dated on 6 November 1718, Francis Slaughter's will "Directs that his goods made over to his wife by a deed of gift before marriage be well and truly paid, and that as, with his wif's consent he had sold a negro called Frank, given her by that deed, which was in lieu of dower, he directs that she be given a negro call Caesar. His will further provides that his wife be given corn in the ground and other necessaries for the maintenance of her family. All the rest of his estate, real and personal he bequeathed to his daughters, Mary and Elizabeth. Son-in-law John Taylor, sole executor."7 He While the identity of Francis Slaughter's first wife remains in question, it is possible that she was Margaret Gaines, daughter of Daniel Gaines. While many report that Margaret Gaines was married to Symon Miller, George King proposed that she was married to Francis Slaughter. Some list his wife as Margaret Hudson but he did not marry Margaret Hudson until well the birth of his last child. The fact that he was married to a Margaret before his majority is clear and George provided the fallowing supposition: "The Will of Daniel Gaines reads as if Margaret had already received some property from her father and this would suggest that she must then have been married. On 2 Jan. 1677/8 Francis Slaughter and Daniel Gaines, 'elected of & by the said Francis Slaughter,' joined in making a deed of land Francis had inherited from his father (Rappahannock Co., Va., Book 1677-1682, p. 21a-22a). Francis was then under age and had to have someone join with him who would be responsible if he did not subsequently clear the title when he became of full age. On 2 Apr. 1679 Francis Slaughter of SIttingbourne Parish, Rappahannock Co., planter, and Margaret his wife confirmed the previous deed(Ibid.,pp. 70a-71), and this deed of confirmation was witnessed by Danll. Gaines, Ralph Rowzie and Bernard Gaines. Here we have Francis Slaughter very closely associated with Daniel Gaines and married to a Margaret by 1679." Documentation to prove other wise does not seem to exist.8

Children of Francis Slaughter and Margaret (Gaines?)

  • Robert Slaughter+1 b. 1680, d. b 16 Aug 1726
  • William Slaughter1
  • Martha Slaughter1
  • Mary Slaughter9
  • Elizabeth Slaughter1
  • Francis Slaughter9

Family: Francis Slaughter and Margaret Hudson

Citations

  1. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 460.
  2. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, "Rappahannock Co. Record Bk. 1677-82, pp. 21a-22a, 70a-71. He deposed, 11 March 1693/4, that he was aged 35 or there abouts (Richmond Co. Order bk. 1, p. 211)."
  3. David A. Avant JR., Some SOUTHERN COLONIAL FAMILIES, Volume 3, p. 643.
  4. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person.
  5. George Harrison Sanford King, Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia 1668 - 1853, Bond 11 Jul 1711 - ( Marriage contract, Richmond Co. Deed Bk. 6, pp. 6, 275.).
  6. Edited by Frederick A. Virkus..., The abridged compendium of American genealogy : first families of America : a genealogical encyclopedia of the United States - Volume III, In the geneology of Orie Charlotte Slaughter.
  7. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692.
  8. Dave Pratt's observation!
  9. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 565.

Thomas Harris1

M, b. 20 May 1657
FatherDaniel Harris1 b. 1615, d. Nov 1701
MotherMary Weld1 b. 11 Nov 1627, d. 15 Sep 1711
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     Thomas Harris married Tabatha (?)2 Thomas Harris was born on 20 May 1657 at Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld.1 Thomas Harris married Zipporeth (?) circa 1687.2

Family: Thomas Harris and Zipporeth (?)

Child of Thomas Harris and Tabatha (?)

  • Mary Harris2

Citations

  1. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 219.
  2. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 220.

Bezaleel Lattimer1

M, b. 26 July 1657, d. circa May 1687
FatherJoseph Lattimer1
Last Edited10 Mar 2016
     Bezaleel Lattimer was born on 26 July 1657 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Joseph Lattimer.1 Bezaleel Lattimer married Sarah Saint Robinson, daughter of Thomas Robinson and Mary Weld, on 18 August 1661 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 Bezaleel Lattimer died circa May 1687 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1

Children of Bezaleel Lattimer and Sarah Saint Robinson

  • Jonathan Lattimer1
  • Bathsheeba Lattimer1

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.

Joseph Adams1

M, b. 1658, d. 1701
FatherJohn Adams1 b. 1622, d. 1706
MotherAnn (?)1
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Joseph Adams married Margaret Eames.1 Joseph Adams was born in 1658 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Adams and Ann (?)1 Joseph Adams died in 1701 at Mentomy, Massachusetts.1

Child of Joseph Adams and Margaret Eames

Citations

  1. Compiled By J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams Of Somersetshire, England And Braintree, Mass. - His English Ancestry And Some Of His Descendants, page 58.

Safety Grover1

M, b. 1658
FatherJames Grover2 b. b 1621
MotherRebecca Grover3 b. c 1628
Last Edited27 Sep 2015
     Safety Grover was born in 1658 at Gravesend, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3,4 He was the son of James Grover and Rebecca Grover.2,3 Safety Grover Listed on Page 384 of Quit Rent in 1669 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.5 He witnessed the marriage of Mercy Borden before 1684.1

Children of Safety Grover and Mercy Borden

  • Mordacai Grover2
  • Elizabeth Grover2
  • James Grover1
  • (?) Grover2
  • Hannah Grover+1 b. c 1688
  • Martha Grover1

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:GR0D-FX) William Taylor.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:8PS9-LJ) Safety Grover.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: 8PS9-GT) James Grover.
  4. Heritage Consulting. Millennium File [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003. Original data: Heritage Consulting. The Millennium File. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting., online http://www.ancestry.com
  5. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1772-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999. Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes., online www.ancestry.com.

Thomas Hill1

M, b. 1659, d. 3 August 1726
FatherThomas Hill2
MotherMary Piersly2
Last Edited16 Apr 2016
     Thomas Hill was born in 1659 in Virginia.1 He was the son of Thomas Hill and Mary Piersly.2 Thomas Hill In the Petition of James Wallace, 1674?
"To the Rt Hon the Governr and Councill. The hum peticon of James Wallace Sheweth. That your petr sued one Thomas Hill in Charles citty Com. Court in a acon of trespasse uppon the law against tradeing with servants.
That the sd hill obteined severall refferrences in the Case at that Court. And at lenght when the matter was ready and comeing uppon tryall the sd Hill appealed from his Judges to yor honr.
That the Last Genl Court were pleased to refferr the hearing of this appeall to this Court, but yor petr findes noething entered on the part of the Apeallant nor his Atturny any wayes instructed and the sd Hill not appearing.
Yor petr prays such remedy against Hill for this great delay by him Susteined as yor honrd shall think fitt. [Endorsed] Wallace Vs. Hill" in 1674.3 He married Ann Russell in 1677.4 Thomas Hill A deed on record in York county from Thomas Hill, of "Essex Lodge," York county, in which he states that he was the son of John Hill, whose will was dated December 9, 1670, and grandson of Thomas Hill, who purchased that place. on 21 March 1693.2 He died on 3 August 1726 in Christchurch, Middlesex County, Virginia.5

Children of Thomas Hill and Ann Russell

Citations

  1. Edited by Frederick Adams Virkus The Compendium of American Geneaology - The Standard Genealogical Encylopedia of The First Families of America - Vol VI, In the Geneology of Birel Alice Holbrook Caldwell.
  2. Editor, "See Surname", page 60. See foot note "Thomas Hill."
  3. Editor, "See Surname", page 61.
  4. The Linda Hughes Hiser Family Genealogy Home Page, online http://www.lindahiser.com
  5. Christ Church Parish, The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County Virginia from 1653 to 1812.
  6. Edited by John Frederick Dorman., The Virginia Geneaologist, Volume VII, Middlsex Co. Wills, 1713-1734, p. 63.
  7. Edited by John Frederick Dorman., The Virginia Geneaologist, Volume VII, Will of brother Richard Hill. p. 63.

Elizabeth Catlett1

F, b. after 1659
FatherJohn Catlett1 b. 12 Mar 1625/26, d. b 1673
MotherElizabeth Underwood1,2 b. c 1633
Last Edited21 Apr 2015
     Elizabeth Catlett married Robert Taliaferro, son of Robert Taliaferro and Katherine (Catherine) Debnam.3 Elizabeth Catlett was born after 1659 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John Catlett and Elizabeth Underwood.1,2

Family: Elizabeth Catlett and Robert Taliaferro

Citations

  1. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., Will of Elizabeth Butler.
  2. Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, Virginia Colonial Soldiers.
  3. Editor, "See Surname", Page 62.

Sarah Catlett1

F, b. after 1659
FatherJohn Catlett1 b. 12 Mar 1625/26, d. b 1673
MotherElizabeth Underwood1 b. c 1633
Last Edited21 Apr 2015
     Sarah Catlett was born after 1659 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John Catlett and Elizabeth Underwood.1 Sarah Catlett married Francis Taliaferro, son of Robert Taliaferro, circa 1685 at Virginia. Reference: From rootsweb family trees "Ancestors of Amelia Brook Leahy" - Survey of Lands, May 4, 1691, by Wm Moseley for Francis Taliaferro "As marrying Elizabeth, daughter of Colonel John Catlett.2,3

Family: Sarah Catlett and Francis Taliaferro

Citations

  1. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., Will of Elizabeth Butler.
  2. Editor, "See Surname", Page 62.
  3. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, From the family tree of Peter M. Morris.

Sarah Smith1

F, b. 1 January 1659, d. 1720
FatherLawrence Smith2 b. 1629, d. 1700
MotherMary Hitchon2 b. 1631, d. 1687
Last Edited28 Sep 2016
     Sarah Smith was born on 1 January 1659 at York County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Lawrence Smith and Mary Hitchon.2 Sarah Smith married Lt. Col John "The Ranger" Taliaferro, son of Robert Taliaferro and Katherine (Catherine) Debnam, in 1680 at Essex County, Virginia.1,2 Sarah Smith died in 1720 at Essex County, Virginia.1

Child of Sarah Smith and Lt. Col John "The Ranger" Taliaferro

Citations

  1. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, John Taliaferro, II - Find A Grave Memorial# 8348342.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Sarah Smith Taliaferro - Find A Grave Memorial# 82218210.

Elizabeth Harris1

F, b. 22 March 1659, d. circa 1714
FatherDaniel Harris2 b. 1615, d. Nov 1701
MotherMary Weld3 b. 11 Nov 1627, d. 15 Sep 1711
Last Edited1 Sep 2015
     Elizabeth Harris was born on 22 March 1659 at Middletown, Massachusetts.4 She was the daughter of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld.2,3 Elizabeth Harris married John Hunnewell after 1684 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.3 Elizabeth Harris died circa 1714.1

Child of Elizabeth Harris and Harris Birdsey

Family: Elizabeth Harris and John Hunnewell

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America.
  2. Unknown compiler, "Overview Chart of Lineal Ancestors of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault", Ancestral File, Churchyard/Orr Family Museum.
  3. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 24.
  4. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: 9LIZ-G2.

Leah Gould1

F, b. before 1660, d. 1718
FatherFrancis Gould2 b. 1620, d. 27 Mar 1676
MotherRose (?)2 b. 1627
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Leah Gould was born before 1660.3 She was the daughter of Francis Gould and Rose (?)2 Leah Gould married Jonathan Adams, son of Lt Thomas Adams and Mary Blackmore, on 29 August 1681.2,1,4 Leah Gould died in 1718 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts.

Children of Leah Gould and Jonathan Adams

Citations

  1. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families."
  2. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 87.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:8JD6-SK) Francis Gould (Goold,Gole).
  4. Miss Emily W. Leavitt, "Chelmsford Marriages", page 447.
  5. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, Page 87.

Anne Goodrich1

F, b. after 1660
FatherThomas Goodrich2 b. 1614, d. c 1679
MotherAnne Sherwood ?2 b. c 1624
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Anne Goodrich was born after 1660 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.3 She was the daughter of Thomas Goodrich and Anne Sherwood ?2 Anne Goodrich was recorded in the will of her father Thomas Goodrich on 15 March 1678/79 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.4 Anne Goodrich married John Lightfoot, son of John Lightfoot ?, before 1681.5

Children of Anne Goodrich and John Lightfoot

Citations

  1. "See Surname", p. 397 - Notes - Letter by Rev. Mungo Ingles written in 1704.
  2. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., Will of Thomas Goodrich. pp. 76-77.
  3. "See Surname", p. 397 - Notes.
  4. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692.
  5. "See Surname", Notes. pp. 397-398.
  6. "See Surname", p. 417.

John Adams1

M, b. 1661, d. 1702
FatherJoseph Adams1 b. 1626, d. 1594
MotherAbigail Baxter1 b. 1634, d. 1692
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     John Adams married Hannah Webb.1 John Adams was born in 1661.1 He was the son of Joseph Adams and Abigail Baxter.1 John Adams died in 1702 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1

Child of John Adams and Hannah Webb

Citations

  1. Compiled By J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams Of Somersetshire, England And Braintree, Mass. - His English Ancestry And Some Of His Descendants, page 58.

Sarah Storer1

F, b. 1661
Last Edited28 Sep 2016
     Sarah Storer married Richard Walker, son of Richard Walker and Jane Talmage, in 1661 at Massachusetts.1 Sarah Storer was born in 1661 at Massachusetts.1

Child of Sarah Storer and Richard Walker

Citations

  1. Letter, Harry Eugene "Bud" Burke Jr. to Debora Anita (89) Engles, Dec 1975.

Rebecca Tilghman

F, b. after 1661, d. circa 1725
FatherDR Richard Tilghman1 b. 3 Sep 1626
MotherMary Foxley1 d. c 1700
Last Edited9 May 2017
     Rebecca Tilghman was born after 1661 in Maryland. She was the daughter of DR Richard Tilghman and Mary Foxley.1 Rebecca Tilghman was recorded in the will of DR Richard Tilghman on 5 October 1673; Provided 6 March 1675/6 - abstract: 'leaves to his son William, Tilghman's Hermitage( now knowen as The Hermitage) and Tilghman's Addition to the Forlorn, on Chester River; to his son Richard, Tilghman's Farm, Tilghman's Choice and Tilghman's Discovery; and to his daughter Rebecca, Poplar Hill. His wife Mary is appointed executrix.' The inventory of his personal estate, filed 28 August 1676, showed a total of 187,289 pounds of tobacco".2,3 Rebecca Tilghman married Simon Wilmer, son of (?) Wilmer, circa 1681 in Kent County, Maryland; '18 January 1688, Mary Tilghman of Talbot Co. widow, conveys to her "son and daughter" Simon Wilmer and Rebecca his wife, 1000 acres part of Tilghman and Foxley Grove (Kent Co.,Lib.M.,fol. 1), and in a deed to her son Richard Tilghman, dated 20 Sept. 1699, she mentions her "well beloved daughter Rebecca Wilmer," and her "son-in-law Mr. John Lillingston and his present wife"(Talbot Co., Lib. 7, for. 219.271). 29 August 1702, her son, Richard Tilghman, confirms the deed of his mother "Mary Tilghman, late of Talbot County, widow, deceased" to his sister Rebecca Wilmer, widow, and her children Simon and Rebeccal Wilmer, for 1000 acres part of Thilghman and Foxley Grove ( Kent Co.,LIb.N.,fol. 71.4,2,5 )' Rebecca Tilghman died circa 1725 at Maryland.

Children of Rebecca Tilghman and Simon Wilmer

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent.
  2. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Tilghman Family.
  3. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", page 410.
  4. Compiled by Francis B. Culver., "Frisby Family."
  5. Compiled by Annie Walker Burns, Maryland Marriage Records - "Wi-Wy" "Y-Z", Deeds Kent County; Liber M Folio 1; 7 Folio 219-217; N Folio 71; Land Office, Annapolis;.
  6. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 325.

William Powers1

M, b. 16 March 1661, d. 16 March 1710
FatherWalter Powers1 b. 1640, d. 22 Feb 1708
MotherTrial Shepard1 b. 19 Dec 1641, d. 22 Feb 1798
Last Edited5 Apr 2015
     William Powers was born on 16 March 1661 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Walter Powers and Trial Shepard.1 William Powers married Mary Bank, daughter of John Bank and Hannah (?), in 1688 at Massachusetts.1 William Powers died on 16 March 1710 at Massachusetts at age 49.1

Child of William Powers and Mary Bank

Citations

  1. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families."
  2. Frances Davis McTeer and Frederick C. Warner, "Decendants Of Reuben Powers Of Shutesbury, Mass."
  3. Frances Davis McTeer and Frederick C. Warner, "Decendants Of Reuben Powers Of Shutesbury, Mass.", page 281.

Phillipp Fischbach1

M, b. 3 April 1661, d. 1715
FatherJohannes Fischbach2 b. 23 Nov 1631, d. 1686
MotherCatharina Heinbach2 b. 8 Dec 1630, d. 1685
Last Edited4 Apr 2016
     Phillipp Fischbach was born on 3 April 1661 at Seelbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.3 He was the son of Johannes Fischbach and Catharina Heinbach.2 Phillipp Fischbach married Elsa Heimbach, daughter of Johannes Heimbach II and Clara Jung, on 30 May 1683 at Trupbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.1,3 Phillipp Fischbach died in 1715 at Germanna, Essex County, Virginia.3

Children of Phillipp Fischbach and Elsa Heimbach

  • Clara Fischbach4
  • Anna Elizabeth Fischbach4
  • Elisabeth Fischbach4
  • Agnes Fischbach4
  • Johannes Fischbach4
  • Herman Fischbach4
  • Mary Elizabeth Fischbach+1 b. 7 Aug 1696, d. c 1760

Citations

  1. Melville, SPILMAN PAPERS, p. 133.
  2. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:8PRM-ST) Johannes Fischbach.
  3. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Pedigree Chart of John Spilman of Culpepper VA.
  4. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:8PRM-0P) Philipp Fischbach.