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101 ! A court record dated 12 Feb 1705/06 Essex Co. VA names "John Burnett of Essex
Co., son and heir of John Burnett, sells 100 acres." John, the younger's will
was dated 17 Sep 1717 and probated 21 May 1717. (clerk's recording error? of
date). "To dear & loveing wife, Amey Burnett: negro man named Will: the use of
the third part of my land & plantation during her life time. To son John
Burnett: a mulatto girl named Cate. To son Joseph Burnett: negro girl named
Sue., To dau Elizabeth Burnett: negro boy named Sam. To dau Anne Burnett: negro
woman named Jenney. To dau Amey Burnett: negro girl named Moll. Sons John &
Joseph be of age at the year of sixteen & that they receive their estate then;
all my land to be equally divided between them at age 16. The rest of my
estate to be divided between my loveing wife & five children. Exec: Amey
Burnett & beloved brother Thomas Burnett. Wit: James Boughan, John Fargeson,
Thomas Ralton.
(notes from Jack Bryson) 
Burnett, John (I139972)
 
102 ! Bartholomew was the leader of the Huguenot migration to the new world. He'd
once been Louis IV's bodyguard/captain of the guards. Louis spared him and let
him leave. He went to Belgium/Germany for 10 years and then came to Virginia.
The name Dupuy got changed into different variations. 
Duprey, Bartholomew (I86335)
 
103 ! Buried at Spring Grove Cem. in the Fangmeyer plot. Died of thyroid cancer.

Was a nurse for many years, spent early married years in Cincinnati, Ohio, then

lived in Ideal Beach on Lake Wawassee Indiana, and Bradenton Beach, Florida. 
Morgan, Martha Evelyn (I94874)
 
104 ! Came from Northern Va with his father and settled in Northern Halifax Co near Clarkton in the late 1740's. John V received 300 acres from his father's estate in 1769. He farmed this land until his death. He was married to Jennie Hurt by the late 1760's. She died and he remarried about 1791 to Prudence Thornton.
His father's will contains the following section: Item: I give & bequeath to my sone John Adams one Negro boy named Ben & 300 acres of land joyning my sone William that I bought of Peter Tribble. His will is dated 11/4/1820 and was recorded in Halifax Co WB 14/247 on 7/28/1828 and reads in part as follows: Item 1st: Having here to fore given unto my two daughters viz Polly Overton and Ann Francis, also my son Moza Adams, that part of my estate which I perposed giving them, I now only mention their names and give each of them one dollar to them and their heirs forever. Item 2nd: I give and bequeath to Jane Hurt formerly widow of my son Joshua Adams, dec'd, one dollar to her and her heirs forever. Item 3rd: I give unto my son James Adams one moiety of the land whereon I now live, that is to say the east end, up to a new line choped by myself. Item 4th: I give unto my son John Adams the other moiety of said tract of land that is to say the west end down to said new line choped as before said; and the aforesaid land then divided between my aforesaid sons, James and John I give and bequeath to them and their heirs forever. Item 5th: My will is that my two sons James and John shall pay all my just debts. Item 6th: Then all the residue of my estate both real and personal I give and bequeath to my two sons, James and John, to be divided equally between them to them and their heirs forever. Lastly I constitute and appoint my two sons James and John my sole executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other will or wills by me heretofore made declaring this, and only this, to be my last will and testament. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 4th day of November One thousand eight hundred & twenty. (signed by a mark) John Adams Sr.
Gen circle.....Blanchet-Coleman-Wirth-Woods
by C Woods
Title: GEDCOM File : normio4.ged 
Adams, John V (I124714)
 
105 ! cemetary. Jackson - Lyle (lyons) Cemetary Morgan, William Eli (I145296)
 
106 ! John first appears in the records on 13 Jan 1663 as a witness to a deed of
gift, Franham Parish, Rappahannock Co., VA., made by Thomas and Jane Button to Charles Goodrich. Richard Silvester was also a witness. (his birth year determined as of legal age to wit this document.) His wife was Amy. Page 25, Deed Book 1664-73 (Button to Goodrich). He acquired a number of tracts of land.
It is a recorded fact John Gatewood was in VA January, 1663 and January, 1664
**Nugent, Nell; "Cavaliers and Pioneers" Seitz Printers, Richmond, VA, 1934
Patents 4 and 5, page 558......ibid page 562 . 9 Dec 1676 purchases 100 acres
from John Gregory/Grigory, in South Farnham Parish
# Note:
From "Cavaliers & Pioneers-Abstracts of VA Land Patents & Grants 1623-66 by
Crozier pp. 558 & 562: "Jno. Gatwood was transported by John Catlett 2 June
1666 and again by Mr. Thomas Button (Butten) 19 July 1666."
# Note:
The North side of the River was named Richmond Co. and the South side of the
river became Essex Co. The court records from Rappahannock Co. were kept in the Essex Co. Court House. Old Farnham Parish was on the south side of the river
near Piscataway Creek. John Gatewood"s land bordered the Awberry Land. Henry Awberry was a large land-owner and an interpreter for the Rappahannock Indians who were settled near Hoskins Creek Swamp or Piscataway Creek Swamp. The Parish was set apart to form S. Farnham Parish in 1683. This was the area where the Gatewoods first lived. The name John Gatewood does not appear again until 1676, when John received deed from John Grigory for 100 acres in S. Farnham Parish, Rappahanock Co. (Bk 1677-82 p. 127). In 1681, John served as a juror and again 7 Apr-Aug of 1685. In 1685 - Settlement of the Est. of George Boycess (Boyce), John owed 316 pounds of tobacco to the estate. "Colonial Caroline-A History of Caroline Co. VA" p. 318 by T. E. Campbell states that John Gatewood purchased land adjacent to Thomas Pitts (grant beyond the Peumansend) in 1688.
On p. 25; Records revealed that Kays & Gatewoods were living in Caroline Co. as early as 1687, as they had land adjacent to other grants. By 1704, John paid
tax tithable on 400 acres. Some of the early records no longer exist, but In
later records mention is made of the 100 acres his son John had received from
his father that was part of the land bought from Edwin Thacker; and the 150
acres son Thomas received from his father that was part of the land bought from
Capt. Richard Haile.
# Note:
! From 1663 to 1706, the name John Gatewood appears approx. in 30 instruments
in the county where he lived. It is possible that the John as witness in 1663,
was the father of our John, who then starts appearing in records 1676 & later
on. John's will, dte 14 Nov 1706, probated 10 Jan 1706/07 in Farnham Parish,
Essex Co. p. 328. To eldest son John Gatewood: 100 acres I bought from Edwin
Thacker. To eldest dau Frances Shackelford: 1 shilling. To son Richard
Gatewood: the plantation I now live upon. To son Thomas Gatewood: 150 acres
part of a parcell of land that I bought of Capt. Richard Haile, now deceased,
it being part of 5,000 acres belonging to Col. Thomas Goodrich, Mr. Henry
Aubrey & Maj. George Morris, all deceased. To son Henry Gatewood: 75 acres,
one 6 year old stear, 1 cow & calf. To dau Amie Burnett: 4,000 pounds of sweet
scented tobo, 1 bay mare with a blase in her face branded on the near buttock
with this brand 3. To beloved wife Amie, 3 youngest children Sarah, William &
James Gatewood: remainder of worldly estate, equally divided. Exec: Amie
Gatewood, son Richard Gatewood. Wit: Joseph Baker & Thomas Wheeler. p. 329-
Making bond were: Amie Gatewood, Richard Gatewood, Jno Burnett, & Francis
Shackelford.
# Note:
!His will is dated Nov 14, 1706, Farnham Parish, Essex Co. p. 328; John may
have been married before as he states in this Will; "All the rest of my worldly
estate to be equally divided between my three younger children and my beloved
wife..." Execs: Amy & son Richard Gatewood. When the Will was proved in court,
the Securities for the Administrator's bond was John's son-in-law, John Burnett
and Francis Shackelford. He made bequests to sons John, b 1680, Richard,
Thomas, Henry, William, James, daughters Frances Shackelford, Amy Burnett, and
Sarah Gatewood. 1704 VA Rent Rolls: Gaitwood John Essex County, 1704 . 
Gatewood, John (I86354)
 
107 ! Joseph lived at differant times in Randolph, Guilford, Orange counties of NC
and prob in VA and MD . Although he may never have really moved all these
times since Guilford was cut from Orange and Randolph was cut from Guilford
(these are all counties in NC).
! Joseph bought/received land from Harmon HUSBAND on 1 Aug 1765 in , Granville,
NC so we know Joseph was in NC at that time. 
York, Joseph (I86396)
 
108 ! Mary Waters was of the St. Sepulchres Parish, London, England. She came to
Virginia as "maid" to be a wife. 
Waters, Mary Elizabeth (I86365)
 
109 ! named in John Gatewood's Will, pro. 10 Jan 1706 in Farnham Parish, Essex Co.
VA. : "To dau Amie Burnett: 4,000 pounds of sweet scented tobo, 1 bay mare with
a blase in her face branded on the near buttock with this brand 3." Named in
Mother-in-law's will, Lucretia Burnett, in 1709. named in mother's, Amie
Gatewood, will probated 18 Jun 1745, Essex Co. S. Farnham Parish, VA. "To
,,,,,and Amy Scott all my wearing clothes. Residue of estate divided between my
7 children....Amy Scott." admin as wife of David Scott in 1749
(notes from Jack Bryson) 
Gatewood, Amy "Amee" (I86357)
 
110 ! Osborne "Osbern" Ball, served in Revolutionary War from North
Carolina. He inherited 5 shillings from his father's will of June 2, 1794. He is
reported to have had fourteen children, but the names of only two are known. 
Ball, Osborne (I120350)
 
111 ! Richard and first came to Northampton Co., Virginia in the 1633-34 voyage of
the "Mayflower" whos master and owner was Peter Andrewes an associate of Samuel Vassall & Co of London. (not to be confused with the "Mayflower" of Pilgrim
fame, which ship was sold for scrap in 1624, according to the # Note: Mayflower Society.) (notes from Jack Bryson-deceased)
---Richard first came to Northampton Co., Virginia in the 1633-34 voyage of the ship "Mayflower" whose master and owner was Peter Andrewes an associate of Samuel Vassall & Co of London. This was not the "Mayflower" which brought the Pilgrims.
Vassall & Co of London.
---Source: Most of the research work for Richard and Jane Fox has been and still is being done by members of the JOHN-L and JOHNS-L at Rootsweb.com. Rob Johns sums it all up in the following:
"The birth date of Richard Johns, who sailed from London to Virginia in the ship "Mayflower" in 1633-34 is known from Admiralty records. His age was given in his deposition in The High Court of the Admiralty in November of 1634, as 42. This would place his birth date as about 1592. This Richard might have been the father of Richard of King William, but so could William, Robert, and John Johns, all of whom were involved in the tobacco trade between London and Virginia. The only one of the early Virginia Johns-Johnes ruled out is Roger Johnes who apparently died without issue in 1652. It is also interesting that Roger Johnes did not appear in any of the LVA CRP files as did all of the other Johns-Johnes of London. John Johns is apparently the only one who remained in London the others all immigrated to Virginia. We arrived at this conclusion by my recent study of the chronological record of the Colonial Records Files of the LVA which showed John Johns continuing to make shipments from London to Virginia long after the other Johnes of London appeared in Virginia land records.
I know there are a number of Johns-Johnes references in the records of Saint Margaret's Church of Westminster. I have also recently discovered that the will of John Convers, the father of Elizabeth Convers Fox wife of Captain John Fox father of Jane Fox wife of Richard Johns of King William, was filed in Westminster. It appears to me that the Johns-Johnes of London may have also lived in Westminster, a suburb of London. The lives of the Foxes and the Johnes may have been intertwined. Richard of KW and Jane Fox may have m. in London or they may have immigrated to Virginia with Captain John Fox and m. in Virginia. There are headright records that show a Jane Fox and a Richard Johns arriving separately in Virginia at about the same time, possibly on the ship of Captain John Fox. I suggest that we concentrate on finding connections for the Johns-Johnes in London and or Westminster. If we can get them connected to Richard of King William then we can work back from there with some degree of knowledge and certainty.
---Source: The Virginia Magazine of History & Biography Volume XXV April 1917 NO.2
Extracts from King William Co. Records., January 12, 1702/1703, Will dated, proven March 20, 1703, King William Co., VA Bk 2, pg 21. See Randle VA-01&2.
Richard Johns of King Williams Co., Will to Wife Jane, Sons, Richard, Arthur, John#1, William, Thomas, ROBERT, Dau. Eliza, who was wife of James Adams, Mary wife of John Randle, Jane wife of Josias Randle, Martha (under 18)
Wife Jane widow of Richard qualified as Adm'x, with Henry & John Fox, Securities.
---Source:Rob Johns -WorldConnect
---Source( Cliff Johns through John-L@rootsweb.com)
"Will of Richard Johns 1702, King William Co., VA
In the Name of God Amen, I, Richard Johns, of King Wm. County being very sic and weake in body but of Perfect Sence and Strength of memory thanks be to God Allmighty Doe Constitute this. my Last will and Testament as followeth; first I comnitt my Soul into the hands cf Allimighty God who gave it unto me trusting through the merits and intercession of my blessed Saviour Jesus Christ to have free pardon and forgiveness for all my Sins, my body I commit to the Earth to be Decently buryed at the Deferentions of my Exrs hereafter named and as for the worldly Estate It hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon mee I give bequeath as followeth,
It. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Jane Johns the Plantation I now live on and all the Land thereunto belonging as far as beaver dam run durein her naturall life and..after her Decease to my Sonn Richard Johns and the heirs of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever but if Said Sonn Richard Dye without issue as aforesd then the sd Land to fall .to my Sonn Arthur Johns and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten for Ever in Case of failure of issue of both my sd Sons as aforesd then my desire is that the Land fall to my Sonn John Johns and his heires for ever.
It. It is my Desire that my Sonn Richard have Liberty to Live on the Plantation with his mother dureing the time of her Life and in Case of their disagreeing then my desire is my sd sonn have Liberty to Seate and live on any part of my Land above named.
It. I Give unto my Sonn Wm. Johns one hundred acres of Land being the Plantation hee now lives on to him and his heires forever. It. I Give unto my Sonn Thomas Johns one hundred acres of Land out my Land adjoining to the Land my Sonn William lives on to him and his heires for Ever.
It. I Give unto my Sonn Robert Johns all the remaining part cf my Land in these parts after the above two hundred acres is Laid out to him and his heires for Ever.
It. I Give unto my Sonn Arthur Johns the remaining part of the devident of Land I now live on known by the name cf the Island neck to him and the heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever but in Case failure of Such issue then to my Sonn Richard Johns and the heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever and in Case of failure of issue as above of both my two Sonns then my desire is that it fall to my Sonn John Johns and his heires for ever. It. I give to my Sonn Richard Johns a Negroe man called Will at the Expiration of three yeares after my decease and Dureing that three years the Said Negroe is to live with my wife and what Ever his labour Shall produce Dureing the time I Desire and appoint it for my Sonn John Johns toward the buying of a piece of Land to him and his heirs for Ever.
It. I Give to my Daughter Eliza now the wife of James Adams twenty shillings Ster.
It. I give to my Daughter Mary now the wife of John Randle twenty Shillings Ster
It. I give to my Daughjter Jane now the wife of Josias Randle Six hundred pounds of Sweet sented Tobacco and Cask Convenient.
It. I give to my Daughter Anne Johns two cows and calves and one Thousand pounds Sweetsented Tobbaco and Cask Convenient to be paid at the age of Eighteen yeares or the day of marryage which Shall .first happen.
It. I give to my daughter Martha Johns two Cows & Calves and one Thousand pounds of Sweetsented Tobacco and Cask Convenient to be paid her at the age Eighteen yeares or the day of Marriage which Shall first happen.
It. All ye rest and residue of my personall Estate both goods and Chattells that I have not allready given away I give and bequeaath to my Loveing wife Jane Johns whom Constitute and ordain my full and sole of this my Last Will and Testament Consisting of this and two other sides of halfe a Sheet of paper.
In witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & Seale this 12th day of January Anno 1703.
V 1 p 106 The mark of Richard Johns R.J. Seal
Witnesses: Henry Fox, Wm. Thomas, John Fox
At a Court held for King Wm. County ye 20th day of March Anno Dom 1703 This will was proved by the Oaths of Henry Fox, Jno Fox, Gent., witnesses thereto and order for probate thereof
Granted Jane Johns Ex. thereunto named.
Vere Rscord Teste Wm. Aylett Cl.Cur. Test. Wm.. Aylett, Cl.Cur.
(An account just now read, shows that writer to. believe that Josias Randle married Jane Johns about 1702, and that his will of 1703 (d. Jan) mentions child in Esse, King William Co. VA
(notes from Sue Terhune)
Extra notes....
It has been widely published that RICHARD JOHNS of King William Co., VA was the son of Roger Johns of Northampton Co., VA. This is not believed to be true. There is no proof that Roger Johns had children.
(notes from Bob Newsome)
Richard was a headright for Southey Littleton, the son of the progenitor of the Littleton family.
Southey obtained 2,340 acres 25 mar 1656 in Northampton Co for transporting 47 persons. - Deal put together by his father.
People listed as headrights are usually not even known to the person claiming them.
This headright for Richard probably purchased from his father in law, Captain John FOX and the voyage that made the headright available was that of Captain John FOX's ship "The White Horse and Curry Comb" which took place about 1650.
Entry for this headright is on page 327, Vol. 1, Cavaliers and Pioneers.
SOURCE: Rob Johns
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More from Rob JOHNS:
A William JOHNS christened a son Richard JOHNS at St. Margaret's, Westminster in 1585.
JOHNS family was involved in the tobacco trade between London and Colonial Virginia between 1600-1650. These JOHNS turned up as tobacco importers and trad goods exporters in London: William, Richard, Roger, Jack Robert, John (known to be Jack Robert's brother), and Thomas. Rob believes this Richard to be the son of William who was christened in 1585.
Richard sailed on the "Mayflower" owned by her Master Peter Andrewes, in her voyage of 1633-34 to Virginia from Gravesend. On this voyage, Roger JOHNS and Jacob JOHNS accompanied Richard, Sr. Richard returned to London on the same voyage with a cargo of tobacco. Roger stayed on in Northampton Co, VA and remained there as agent until his death in abt. 1652. He was a bachelor and had no known offspring.
Richard remained active in the tobacco trade and had some children with wife unknown. In a deposition he gave in 1634 before the High Court of the Admiralty regarding his treatment during the voyage of the "Mayflower", he acknowledged his age to be 42 and his residence to be St. Ethelburga Parish, Bishopsgate, London.
In about 1650, Captain John FOX set sail for Virginia with a Richard JOHNS and a Jane FOX aboard his ship. These two, Richard and Jane, turned up as headrights in two recorded land grants in Virginia. Rob believes this Richard to be the son of Richard Sr and Jane FOX was the daughter of Captain John FOX. Not long after this, Richard and Jane married and had nine children.
Captain John FOX may be the son of Thomas FOX, member of the London Co of 1608-09 (Descended from the FOX family of Great Missenden, Bucks Co, England) or of another John FOX. His wife is believed to be Elizabeth Pickernell, dau of John Pickernell. (Genealogies of Virginia Families)
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Richard probably was a Quaker when he arrived, but this is not proven. He may have first stayed in Northampton Co, VA where several other Johns families lived. Or he may have gone straight to New Kent Co, VA where the Fox family lived. New Kent Co later became King and Queen County and then King William.
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In 1702, Richard JOHNS, Justice of King William County, Virginia, was
one of the signers of a letter to King William expressing their
loyalty to the Crown.His will was dated 12 Jan 1703/4 and entered into
probate on 20 Mar
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Richard was the "freighter" on shipments of trade goods to Virginia and in the return cargo of tobacco to London.
Name was probably originally Johnes.
Richard, Roger and Jack Robert (Jacob) Johns first came to Virginia in the ship Mayflower, owned and captained by Peter Andrews., 1633-34.
Roger settled in Northampton Co, VA
1638 - Jack Robert acquired land in James City Co, VA on the James River for a tobacco warehouse.
Documentation can be found in "Cavaliers and Pioneers" and the records of Northampton Co
Roger and Robert were both blacksmiths and gunsmiths
Richard returned to London on the Mayflower and gave a deposition at the High Court of the Admiralty which documented his age as 40 years and residence as St. Ethelburga Parish London. It is believed that either this Richard or John the principal of Motley and Johns, was the fiather of Richard Johns of King William County who married Jane Fox.
SOURCE: email from Rob Johns of July 11, 2003, JOHN mailing list
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WILL 0F RICHARD JOHNS King William Co., VA
In the Name of God Amen, I, Richard Johns, of King Wm. County being very sick and weake in body but of Perfect Sence and Strength of memory thanks be to God Allrnighty Doe Constitute this. my Last will and Testament as followeth;
first I comnitt my Soul into the hands cf Allimighty God who gave it unto me trusting through the merits and intercession of my blessed Saviour Jesus Christ to have free pardon and forgiveness for all my Sins, my body I commit to the Earth to be Decently buryed at the Deferentions of my Exrs hereafter named and as for the worldly Estate It hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon mee I give bequeath as followeth,
It. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Jane Johns the Plantation I now live on and all the Land thereunto belonging as far as beaver dam run durein her naturall life and..after her Decease to my Sonn Rich'd Johns and the heirs of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever but if Said Sonn Rich'd Dye without issue as aforesd then the sd Land to fall .to my Sonn Arthur Johns and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten for Ever in Case of failure of issue of both my sd Sons as aforesd then my desire is that the Land fall to my Sonn John Johns and his heires for ever.
It. It is my Desire that my Sonn Rich'd have Liberty to Live on the Plantation with his mother dureing the time of her Life and in Case of their disagreeing then my desire is my sd sonn have Liberty to Seate and live on any part of my Land above named.
It. I Give unto my Sonn Wm. Johns one hundred acres of Land being the Plantation hee now lives on to him and his heires forever.
It. I Give unto my Sonn Thomas Johns one hundred acres of Land out my Land adjoining to the Land my Sonn William lives on to him and his heires for Ever.
It. I Give unto my Sonn Robert Johns all the remaining part cf my Land in these parts after the above two hundred acres is Laid out to him and his heires for Ever.
It. I Give unto my Sonn Arthur Johns the remaining part of the devident of Land I now live on known by the name cf the Island neck to him and the heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever but in Case of failure of Such issue then to my Sonn Rich'd Johns and the heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever and in Case of failure of issue as above of both my two Sonns then my desire is that it fall to my Sonn John Johns and his heires for ever.
It. I give to my Sonn Rich'd Johns a Negroe man called Will at the Expiration of three yeares after my decease and Dureing that three years the Said Negroe is to live with my wife and what Ever his labour Shall produce Dureing the time I Desire and appoint it for my Sonn John Johns toward the buying of a piece cf Land to him and his heirs for Ever.
It. I Give to my Daughter Eliz'a now the wife of James Adams twenty shillings Ster'l.
It. I give to my Daughter Mary now the wife of John Randle twenty Shillings Ster'l.
It. I give to my Daughter Jane now the wife of Josias Randle Six hundred pounds of Sweet sented Tobacco and Cask Convenient.
It. I give to my Daughter Anne Johns two cows and calves and one Thousand pounds cf Sweetsented Tob'o and Cask Convenient to be paid at the age of Eighteen yeares or the day of marryage which Shall .first happen.
It. I give to my daughter Martha Johns two Cows & Calves and one Thousand pounds of Sweetsented Tob'o and Cask Convenient to be paid her at the age Eighteen yeares or the day of Marriage which Shall first happen.
It. All ye rest and residue of my personall Estate both goods and Chattells that I have not All ready given away I give and bequeaath to my Loveing wife Jane Johns whom I Constitute and ordain my full and sole Ex'r of this my Last Will and Testament Consisting of this and two other sides of halfe a Sheet of paper. In witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & Seale this 12th day of January Anno 1703.
V 1 p 106 The mark of
Rid'd Johns R.J. Seal
Witnesses: Henry Fox, Wm. Thomas, John Fox
At a Court held for King Wm. County ye 20th day of March Anno Dom 1703 This will was proved by the Oaths of Henry Fox, Jno Fox, Gent., witnesses thereto and order for probate thereof
Granted Jane Johns Ex'r thereunto named.
Vere Rscord't
Teste Wm. Aylett Cl.Cur. Test. Wm.. Aylett, Cl.Cur.
(An account just now read, shows that writer to. believe that Josias Randle married Jane Johns about 1702, and that his will of 1703 (d. Jan) mentions child in Esse.) King William Co. VA 
Johns, Richard (I113970)
 
112 ! Social Security Number was 097-38-6718. Is Buried in West Salem Cemetary in

Mount Vernon, Illinois.

The marriage to Katherine Truax was annulled. 
Morgan, George Alexander (I94664)
 
113 ! Some data from  Banks, Christopher John (I138770)
 
114 ! The surname YORK was recorded in Wiltshire where they were seated from
ancient times. British Eburac (=yew tree), Latinzied, mistranslated by
Anglo-Saxons as Eoforwic (=wild boar Wick), then Scandinavized by Vikings to
"Vorvik", finally became "York." English city and county. 
York, Richard (I110909)
 
115 ! They came to the colonies and are seen first in Nottingham Township, Chester
County, Pennsylvania between the years 1718-1729.1 The family moved to the Pipe
Creek Settlement (Union Bridge,Carroll County) of Maryland between Baltimore
and Philadelphia in the early 1700's.2 By 1750 the Yorks had moved to Granville
County, North Carolina in the Sandy Creek and Mount Pleasant Creek region
(today Randolph County). The Yorks became involved in the Baptist revival of
their era, and Semore donated land for the Creek Baptist Church. He lies at
rest in its cemetery where his stone reads "S Y, 8 Feb 1783"3. Semore was
loyal to the crown.... a Tory, as is shown in the following commission.
"To[...]William Fields, James Hunter, Robert Fields, Jeremiah Fields, and Seymoure
York, Esquires of the County of Guilford; Greetings: I hereby grant to you
power and authority to form the forces you shall so raise, into companies of
fifty men each, and to appoint one Captain, [...]and I do hereby give you[...]full
power and authority to seize and take whatsoever may be necessary of arms,
ammunition, provisions, horses, and carriage for the subsistence and
accommodation of His Majesty's faithful subjects[...]". Unfortunately, for him,
he was not a very successful Tory. He led his 34-man company into the into the
battle of Moore's Creek Bridge near Wilmington, North Carolina, on February 27,
1776. The British fared very badly, and Semore was captured and jailed in
Halifax. In October, his wife, Sylvania Aldridge York, petitioned for, and
secured, his release. Semore's descendants are located throughout the South
and include such famous men as Alvin C. York (believed to be our third cousin
three times removed), the most decorated soldier of WWI. Our line came from the
union of Jeremiah York and Sarah Allred in North Carolina. We suspect that
these families had had previous connections as the names appear together in
Pennsylvania and Maryland. Jeremiah and Sarah eventually settled in Clay
County, Kentucky. 
York, Jeremiah (I86393)
 
116 ! Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 4, pp. 123 and 324, 1896. Will of Katherine Banks Royall was dated 10 August 1686 and proved December 1686 in Henrico County, Virginia. This names son Joseph Royall and daughters Katherine Perrin and Sarah Wilkinson; also grandsons Henry Randolph, William Randolph, Richard Dennis, Maiden Maschall and Richard Perris; and granddaughters Elizabeth Randolph, Mary Randolph, Sarah Royall, Katherine Farrar, Ann Perrin, Mary Perrin, and Sarah Perrin. Banks, Elizabeth Katherine (I123738)
 
117 ! William Overton, and Mary Walters, his wife. The said William Overton, was a
son of Colonel (???)(General???) Overton, who commanded a Brigade of Iron sides
under Oliver Cromwell. William Harris became also a tobacconist, raising and
dealing in that weed, which was at that time a medium of exchange, and became
fairly well off in this worlds's goods 
Overton, William (I86364)
 
118 !(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy,"by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL#929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites:(a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the oldEast Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) Withhusband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT,1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh inthe old East Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2)4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery. 
Spencer, Margery (I148908)
 
119 !1702, April 15. Upon petition of Charles Ingram, the Court appointed Mr. Hancock Lee, Mr John Harris, Mr James Waddy, and Mr Bartholomew Schrever to divide the estate of Mr. George Dameron, deceased, into four equal parts and possess the said Charles Ingram, Who married one of the said Dameron's daughters with her part of said deceased's estate. This daughter was Elizabeth. NOTE: This made Charles 22 years of age at this time.
!Brunswick County Will Book 5, pages 519, 546-7; 10 August 1760:
In the name of God Amen. I Charles Ingram of great Wicocomoco Parish and County of Northumberland, being of sound sense and memory praised be to God for the same do make this my last will and testament in the manner and form following that is to say First and principally I recommend my soul into the hands of my great wise Creator which gave it to me and my body to the earth from whence it was delivered, to be decently buried according to the discretion of my executors not doubting but at the resurrection through the merrits of my Beloved Lord and Savior both soul and body shall be reunited and glorified together and as for my wordly estate which the Lord of his bountiful witness and mercy hath blessed me with.
First, I give and bequeath unto my son George's heirs...that part of the land my good friend Thomas Winter dec'd gave me whereon my son George lived bounded by a ditch upwards and likewise what negroes and stock he died possessed with to them and their heirs forever.
Item I give unto my son Charles Ingram the other part of the aforesaid land from the Ditch downward and what negroes are now in his possession with four head of cattle to him and his heirs forever.
Item I give unto my son John Ingram seventy acres of land which I bought of William James be the same more or less and the mill which joins to the said land and at his death to John Nutt and his heirs forever. I give unto my son John what stock he has in his possession.
Item I give unto my granddaughter Thompson Gill one negroe fellow named Dick to her and heirs forever.
Item I give unto my daughter Grace Ingram Edwards what negroes and stock...is now in her possession during his life then to descend unto her grandchildren by Charles Edwards to be equally divided to them and their heirs forever.
Item I give unto my daughter Mary Ingram Love all the negroes and stock now in her possession to her and her heirs forever.
Item I give unto my son Joseph Ingram what negroes he is possessed of with one featherbed and furniture, four head of cattle and four head of hoggs which he is also in possession and to him and his heirs forever.
Item I give unto my sons Bartholomew Ingram and Benjamin Ingram all that tract I purchased from Mr. Thomas Williams in Dinwiddy City to be equally divided between them and their heirs forever.
Item I give unto Bartholomew Ingram two negroes named Cate and Harvey one bed and furniture four head of cattle four head of hogs to him and his heirs forever.
Item I give unto my son Benjamin Ingram four negroes Frank, Peter, Lettie, and Manuel with one feather bed and furniture four head of hogs and four head of cattle to him and his heirs forever.
Lastly, I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Mary Ingram three negroes, Tobin, Jacob and Sebace also all the remainder of my estate during her natural life and after her death to my sons Bartholomew and Benjamin to be equally divided to them and their heirs forever.
My will and desire is that Charles and John Ingram my two eldest sons now living should be my whole and executors of this last will and testament finally revoking all other will or wills theretofore made or intoned by me in...signed in August 10, 1760. Witness by John Heath, James Waddy, and Joseph Mott. 
Ingram, Charles (I87905)
 
120 !Age of 65 taken from the Pulaski Co., KY 1860 Census (Pg. 158 Somerset Dist.)
listing her as born in North Carolina.
!Monument to her in Peyton Randall C emetery, which cannot be from her
descendents; see notes on James, her husband . Phot of her monument on file.
!Documentation from Marie Randolph of Frankl in, IN shows Jamima Harp b-1786;
d-AFT 1870. Born in Maryland. It shows her as married to James Randolph III on
10-11-1813. 
Earp, Jemina (I96724)
 
121 !American Ancestry, Vol V, Thomas Hughes, 1887. Page 221 Ball, William (I129554)
 
122 !BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same asbirth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, WayneCo.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (sameas birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Familyof Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

_UID03764E1E928D23478B1D21F0065F818B9803 
Hull, Josias (I146916)
 
123 !BAPTISM:Barton S. Parker was baptized a Member of the Regoranized Church Of
Latter Day Saints on 22 Dec 1860 at Crawford County,PA.(I beleive this should
be Indiana),by W.W.Blair.He was ordained an elder on 9 June 1861 by E.C.Briggs;
He attended the Holden,Missouri Branch;
SOURCE:RLDS deceased Files; Early Reorganization Minutes,1852-1871,Bk A,B,D,E,H;The History of the RLDS Church pp.291,
308,324,332;Holden,Missouri Branch Records
More About BARTON S. PARKER:
Baptism (LDS): May 06, 1918, SLAKE
Endowment (LDS): Bef. 1970
Sealed to parents (LDS): Bef. 1970 
Parker, Barton Stone (I145540)
 
124 !BAPTISM:Eliza Jane was baptized a member of the Reorganized Church Of Latter
Day Saints in 1861 by W.W.Blair.SOURCE:Early Regorganization Minutes, 1852-1871,
Book A,pp.89,239;Saints'Hearld Obituaries,1894,p.233 
Sellers, Eliza Jane (I153444)
 
125 !Batch 9495407, Sheet 03, Source Call No. 1395908, IGI, Family
History Library,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
# Sources:
1. Abbrev: Ball, A Elden: database of Edward Graham Ball
Title: A. Elden Ball, (4190 Butternut Rd. SLC, UT 84010) GEDCOM file imported in 1997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.rd Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.
Text: 1. Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. I. pg. 78
2. "Colonel William Ball of Virginia" by- Earl L. W. Heck, FHLC 921.73 - B21h
3. Ball Family History, Vol.3, Family History Library Catalog US/CAN 929.273 B21v
4. "A Brief Look At The Family Of Colonel William Ball of Virginia, Grandfather of Mary Ball, Mother of Pres. George Washington." page 116
5. Writings Of Washington, Vol. 32, Page 28 
Ball, Caleb (I94063)
 

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