Burgess Family Detail Narrative
First 11 Generations

The Burgess Family Ancestry is seperated into three categories:

Compressed Pedigree for Six Generations and Most Noted Ancestors,
Alphabetic List of All Known Ancestors, and Detail Narrative for the First 11 Generations

Note on format in this section: The "1" after John Abram is his generation number. The "(John, #2)" specifies that his father is John and the serial number in this page is #2. The underline and blue characters define this as a link, which can be used to position to his father (John Henry Burgess).
Generation One

1. John Abram1 BURGESS (John, #2); born 8/16/1882 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; married Florence Bradshaw Burgess 11/14/1907 at Bevey Hall, Horsepasture, Henry, VA; Ceremony held at Brides Father's Home. Maid of honor was John's little sister Posye. The bride's little sister Phoebe carried the ring. Her brother Royal was best man. Their daughter Charlotte Biggs believed that Florence met John while teaching with John's sister Ellen Burgess. Some of their courtship is described in Florence's diary; died 1944 at Ettrick, VA; He died of a heart attack. Daughter Cherie came to stay with him while he was ill before his death. His health improved and he was renovating Ettrick home for the return of a youth girl friend. Heart attack occurred after a hard day of painting; buried 1994 at Sunset Memorial Park, Chester, Chesterfield, VA.

As of 8/16/1882, he also went by the name of John Abe Burgess. Began career as farmer helping father (John Henry) at old home place on Burgess Creek, Henry, VA. Quit school after 4th grade and was only son to follow father's farming career. In 1910 his father deeded the old home place to Abe and Florence with the understanding that they would care for John Henry and wife Mary. After his Father's death in 1914, they moved to Ivor, VA where he managed a Norfolk and Western Farm between 1915 and 1918. They sold the old home place in 1918 and in 1919 bought a farm on Woodpecker Road Matoaca, Chesterfield, VA. He wanted to move his girls closer to Petersburg high school, so they later bought a combination store and home in Ettrick, VA. In addition he owned a blacksmith shop, a wood/coal business and drove a school bus.

Generation Two

2. John Henry2 BURGESS (John, #4); I; born 9/19/1831 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; married Susan Ziegler 7/9/1854 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; married Elizabeth Davis 1858; married Mary Dalton Foster (see #3), daughter of Abram Penn Foster and Mary Jane Critz, 4/2/1868; died 1/24/1914 at Ridgeway, Henry, VA, at age 82; Newspaper Obituary: Mr. John H. Burgess, one of Henry county's oldest and most respected citizens and one of her most fearless, faithful Confederate soldiers, answered the last "roll call" about 2 o'clock, at his home near Ridgeway, aged eighty-three years. He was a man of great energy and ability, a soldier without fear, a citizen loyal to his country, a friend faithful and true. His long and useful life was lived simply and unostentatiously, but the strength of his convictions and earnestness of purpose made its impress upon all who came within the circle of his acquaintance. He was a zealous, consistent member of the Primitive Baptist church, and one of its most liberal supporters. Mr. Burgess is survived by his wife, who was a Miss Foster of Patrick county and eleven children, Mrs. Bennett, of NC; Miss Elizabeth Burgess and Mrs. H. B. Wharton, of Roanoke, Mr. Foster Burgess, of Clifton Forge; Messrs. Joe, Robert, and Herbert and Miss Posey, of West Virginia; Mrs. Dr. Strong, of Dakota, Mrs. Jas. McDonald, of FL and Mr. John A. Burgess, of Henry County; buried after 1/24/1914 at John H. Burgess Cemetery, Burgess Creek, Henry, VA.

Estate settlement: John H with estate of Othineal Minter balance due of 1776.14 to John H. Burgess by young Mr. Burgess. Used Dr. John H. Burgess in initial sentence on 4/9/1849 at Henry, VA. He was educated circa 1850 at Roanoke, VA; Pre-law at Hollins Colledge then known as Valley Union Seminary. Based on this he consulted with friends and neighbors on legal maters. He had estate inventory recorded 5/10/1853 Burgess Creek, Henry, VA, Lucy Estate (from husband) paid John Burgess $6.00. Mary D with husband William S. Minter deed two tracks of land to John H. Burgess for $293.75. #1 of 37.5 acres lying on Marrowbone Creek bounded by ... John H. Burgess on East. #2 Coalman Wills on S., Tolly Minter on W., the dower land of Lucy Burgess on E. on Marrowbone and Bouldins Creek circa 1855. He began military service circa 1861 Enlisted as a Sergeant 1st Class on 08 June 1861 in Ridgeway in Company A, 42nd Infantry Regiment Virginia. Promoted to Full Lieutenant 1st Class on 15 September 1861. Dropped from the rolls on 21 April 1862. His regiment fought as follows: 11 September 1861 at Mingo Flats, VA; 20 March 1862 at Winchester, VA; 23 March 1862 at Kernstown, VA. Was excused to go home and as a justice of the piece was required to arrest dissenters. Had one close call when he shot 3 and was not killed because one dissenter's gun misfired. When his office as magistrate expired he returned to active duty around Petersburg. Served until Lee surrendered. His final rank was Captain. He was organizer and preacher of a primitive Baptist church until it was well established and could employ a professional minister. His almost religious fanaticism was attributed to his war experience. He ended military service in 1865; At end of Civil War. He lived in 1868 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; Later called the Old Home Place. Mary Foster Burgess was postmistress among other duties. Rugulis is family tradition name for the family plantation. Location was on Burgess Creek SE of Martinsville, VA. (Note: Family tradition is that at the end of war he provided all of his freed slaves with an acre of land. His former slave John and his wife remained at the home place for many years. Each family report on visits back to the home place met with John. Supposedly, when young, John went with John Henry to visit a neighboring plantation and John pointed out a female slave that interested him. John Henry then purchased the slave girl who became John's wife. John accompanied John Henry on his Civil war duty. John is seen in a number of family photos. Though we are now very ashamed that our ancestors supported slavery, it is some comfort to have evidence of kind treatment of slaves).

The 10 known children of John Henry2 Burgess and Mary Dalton Foster (see #3) all born at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA, were as follows:

  • i. Edmond Foster1; born 1/13/1869; married Minnie Cox Burgess 4/20/1904; died 5/24/1943 at Salem, Roanoke, VA, at age 74; buried 5/25/1943 at Happy Hollow Cemetery, Salem, Roanoke, VA.

    As of / /1869, he was also known as Foster BURGESS. (Note: His father, John Henry loved the land and wanted his sons to be farmers. According to Cherie Burgess, John Henry tried to get Foster to marry Betsy the daughter of a well to-do farmer in the area name, but he left home before the plans could be carried out. His first job was coal mining. Later worked with H. Bernard Wharton in nursery business and lived at Happy Hallow. He married Aunt Minnie and they adopted Agnes. Agnes married a Yates who left after they had two sons, Lee and Foster. Lee spent a week during summers at Yellow House during the 1950s. Agnes worked for NASA and lived in Hampton, VA).

  • ii. Henrietta Elizabeth; born 4/19/1870; died 1924; buried 1924 at Bluefield, WV.

    As of 4/19/1870, she was also known as Sister BURGESS. As of 4/19/1870, she also went by the name of Lizzie BURGESS. She was educated in 1890; Music education. Taught school in Roanoke VA. She lived circa 1920 at Boston, MA. (Note: She taught John Abe to play a guitar. She became very ill with what was believed to be cancer. After a failed operation she was diagnosed to have a terminal illness. She was given a Christian Science Sentinel, which she read and was apparently totally healed. Most of her siblings converted to Christian Scientist based on this experience).

  • iii. Robert Lee; born 12/28/1871; married Nannie Tyree 10/10/1906; married Mary Douthat 2/12/1929; died 5/5/1962 at Fort Lauderdale, FL, at age 90; buried after 5/5/1962 at Bluefield, WV.

    As of / /1871, he was also known as Robert BURGESS. He lived circa 1900 at Bluefield, WV. (Note: Named after Father's hero General Robert. E. Lee. Had daughter named Foottie. Second wife Mary was his Secretary. Went to night school and obtained a certificate in business and electrical wiring, which enabled him to have a successful electrical contracting business. He vacationed in FL).

  • iv. Martha Jane Redd; born 4/18/1874; married Nemuel Arthur Elott McDonald 5/18/1912; died 1939; buried 1939 at Bluefield, WV.

    As of 4/18/1874, she also went by the name of Janie BURGESS.

  • v. Charlotte (Lottie) Dalton; born 1/3/1876; married Dr. Thomas Jefferson Strong 7/7/1910; Met while homesteading in Montana; died 1964 at Richmond, VA.

    (Note: She and sister Jane obtained a nursing certificate in a Philadelphia, PA hospital c1895. They then went homesteading in Montana c1905. Lottie spent her last years starting c1955 in the Daughters of the Confederacy Home in Richmond, VA. From there, she would visit the Yellow House Farm on special occasions. She previously lived for a period with her sister Ellen at Happy Hollow).

  • vi. Joseph King; born 2/25/1878; married Virginia Sanders 4/19/1912; married Jessie Cox circa 1920; died 1949; buried 1949 at Bluefield, WV.

  • vii. Ellen Cabell; born 2/20/1880; married Henery Bernard Wharton 8/9/1906; died 9/8/1981 at Salem, VA, at age 101; buried 9/9/1981 at Sherwood Memorial Cemetery, Lot 212, Section 11, Salem, VA.

    She was educated circa 1900 at Farmville, VA; Obtained teaching certificate. Later taught in Covington where she met H. Bernard Wharton. She lived after 1908 at Happy Hollow, Salem, Roanoke, VA; She loved nature and would hold classes for her nephews, nieces and neighborhood children to teach the names of birds and flowers. (Note: "Aunt" Ellen and "Uncle" Bernard hosted many family gatherings at Happy Hollow. After John Henry died and the Old Home Place on Burgess Creek was sold Happy Hollow became the summer home for "Great-Grandmother" Mary Foster Burgess. It became the substitute "Home Place". Its beautiful mountainside location attracted Ellen's niece Cherie Burgess Shindell and her husband to build on adjacent property. Bernard owned a very successful nursery business in Salem. He used Happy Hollow to grow nursery plants so its grounds became a large garden. They spent each winter in Florida. Soon after Bernard died, Ellen moved into a nursing home in Salem were she remained for the remainder of her long life. She gave the Happy Hollow home to her unmarried niece Mary Jane Burgess and divided the property between Cherie and Mary Jane. The nieces eventually gave Happy Hollow to Roanoke County for its use as a county park).

  • 1. viii. John Abram.

  • ix. Herbert Penn; born 9/14/1885; married Inez Coyner 7/1/1923; married Frances Seaborn circa 1945; married an unknown person circa 1955 at Roanoke, VA; died 10/22/1969 at VA Mental Health Institution, Stanton, VA, at age 84; buried 10/23/1969 at 1045 Lynchburg Turnpike, Sherwood Memorial Cemetery, Lot 212, Section 11, Salem, VA.

    As of 9/14/1885, he was also known as Pete BURGESS. He was educated circa 1905 at VA Tech, Blacksburg, Montgomery, VA; Had financial support from three brothers. He was Sales manager for Hagerstown Shoe and Legging Co. Eventually had a district in FL where he lived for many years circa 1910 at St Augustine, FL. He lived circa 1930 at Airheart, Roanoke, VA; Worked for Gas Company and Bernard Wharton's nursery. (Note: He was very outgoing and friendly, a natural salesman. However, he had a mental health problem that resulted in several confinements in the Virginia mental hospital in Stanton. Was committed by sister Posye in c1940 when he became a danger to himself and others. Problem was with illusions).

  • x. Posye Lester; born 4/26/1888; married Andrew Jackson Airheart 6/1/1922? at Happy Hollow, Salem, Roanoke, VA; Met while serving as nurse for his father; died 4/17/1970 at Roanoke, VA, at age 81.

    She was RN circa 1908. She lived after 1922 at Roanoke, VA. (Note: "Aunt" Poyse lived in downtown Roanoke. She had a very bubbly personality. She and her sister Ellen took turns caring for their mother Mary Foster Burgess in their homes. Poyse always hosted her mother in the winters when Ellen was in Florida. "Great-Grandmother" Burgess died at the lunch table in Poyse's home).

3. Mary Dalton2 FOSTER (Abram, #6); born 5/16/1844; married John Henry Burgess (see #2), son of John Burgess III and Polly Weaver, 4/2/1868; died 12/1/1943 at age 99; Day of month is unknown. Was active and alert with deafness being her only problem. She told her daughter Posye that she was tired and set down at the lunch table and died; buried after 12/1/1943 at Bluefield, WV.

She lived on 4/10/1868 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA. She was Member of DAR in 1936. (Note: Her Granddaughter Cherie's Autobiography relates the following story: "They went to one of the fashionable spas for their honeymoon. As they walked up the steps, one of the elderly men sitting in the rockers on the porch turned to another and remarked, well, it will be the widow Burgess this time." Cherie went on to say: "He was so right as she bore John Henry ten children and reared them all plus the two stepdaughters from his second marriage as well as a step-granddaughter (Ruth's infant daughter Elizabeth until her father married again). She survived him by 29 years. At the age of 90, she proclaimed that she thought she had done her part."

Research has found no link between her Dalton ancestors and the Dalton outlaw gang, contrary to some rumors).

Generation Three

4. John3 BURGESS III (Davis, #8); born circa 4/7/1800 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; married Polly Weaver (see #5), daughter of John Weaver and Mary Weaver, 10/22/1825 at Henry, VA; Witnessed by Benjamin Weaver. Marriage performed by Othniel Minter; died 10/10/1836 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; Date defined by will pronouncement. Cherie Shindell documented that he died of a fever, and because of a fear of spreading his disease; the house and all of its contents were burned, including all family records and heirlooms.

Davis Burgess deeded 100 acres N. of Smith River to John Burgess on 6/16/1828 at Henry, VA. He left a will on 1/4/1830 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; Dispersal as follows: (1) Cover debts. (2) One-third to wife Polly Burgess during her life. (3) Two-thirds to infant daughters Elizabeth and Mary D and other children divided equally and given at lawful age. (4) On wife's death her part divided equally to children. Executers: Dartelon King and George Harrison. Witnesses: Gideon Crews (?sp.), Benjamin Weaver and James C. Weaver. Estate settlement: John H with estate of Othineal Minter balance due of 1776.14 to John H. Burgess by young Mr. Burgess. Used Dr. John H. Burgess in initial sentence on 4/9/1849 at Henry, VA.

The three known children of John3 Burgess III and Polly Weaver (see #5) all born at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA, were as follows:

  • i. Elizabeth2; born before 1830.

  • ii. Mary D; born before 1830; married William L. Minter, son of Othniel Minter, 2/20/1843 at Henry, VA.

    Mary D with husband William S. Minter deed two tracks of land to John H. Burgess for $293.75. #1 of 37.5 acres lying on Marrowbone Creek bounded by ... John H. Burgess on East. #2 Coalman Wills on S., Tolly Minter on W., the dower land of Lucy Burgess on E. on Marrowbone and Bouldins Creek circa 1855.

  • 2. iii. John Henry.

5. Polly3 WEAVER (John, #10); born circa 1797 at Henry, VA; married John Burgess III (see #4), son of Davis Burgess Sr and Lucinda (Lucy) Pace, 10/22/1825 at Henry, VA; Witnessed by Benjamin Weaver. Marriage performed by Othniel Minter; married Othniel Minter 6/12/1837 at Henry, VA; died 6/26/1882 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; buried 6/26/1882 at Cemetary at Home of Dewey Ellis, Ridgeway, Henry, VA; Mary Weaver wife of John Burgess. -Locate near John H. Burgess 1831.

As of circa / /1797, she was also known as Mary. She appeared on the census of 1850; Minter, Mary, 53f b VA and Burgess, John, 18m, student, b. VA.

6. Abram Penn3 FOSTER (Charles FOSTER, #12); born 8/20/1813 at Patrick, VA; married Mary Jane Critz (see #7), daughter of Gabriel CRITZ and Mary McFarland Dalton, 12/19/1838 at Patrick, VA; Had 7 children; died 6/19/1891 at age 77; buried after 6/19/1891 at Foster Cemetery, Stella, Patrick, VA.

The four known children of Abram Penn3 Foster and Mary Jane Critz (see #7) were as follows:

  • i. Ruth Stovall2; born 3/24/1840 at Patrick, VA; married Thomas Benton Tatum 3/28/1861; died 7/30/1913 at Patrick, VA, at age 73.

  • 3. ii. Mary Dalton.

  • iii. Hiziah Redd; Twin; born 5/16/1844.

  • iv. Charlotte; born 4/24/1850; married B.W.L. Philpott 5/31/1881.

7. Mary Jane3 CRITZ (Gabriel CRITZ, #14); born 9/22/1821; married Abram Penn Foster (see #6), son of Charles FOSTER and Mary (Pauline) PENN, 12/19/1838 at Patrick, VA; Had 7 children; died 10/26/1892 at age 71; buried after 10/26/1892 at Foster Cemetery, Stella, Patrick, VA.

Generation Four

8. Davis4 BURGESS Sr (John, #16); born 6/27/1765 at Anglican - Kingston Parish, Mathews, VA; married Lucinda (Lucy) Pace (see #9), daughter of Capt John Pace and Elizabeth Nunn, 1/26/1794 at Henry, VA; died 2/27/1828 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA, at age 62; buried after 2/27/1828 at Graveyard on Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; Buried at top of THE hill that is N-NW of intersection of Burgess Creek and Route 642. Stone inscription "HERE LIES / THE REMAINS OF / DAVIS BURGESS / HE DEPARTED THIS / LIE THE 27 DAY OF / FEBRUARY IN THE / YEAR 1828 / AND WAS BORND / THE 26 OF JUNE / IN THE YEAR 1765."

As of / /1780, he was also known as David Burgess. He lived circa 1790 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA. He left a will on 2/22/1828 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA.

The 10 known children of Davis4 Burgess Sr and Lucinda (Lucy) Pace (see #9) all born at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA, were as follows:

  • i. Elizabeth3; born circa 1795; married Jacob Hefflefinger Sr/ 12/11/1815 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; died 8/29/1868 at Henry, VA.

  • 4. ii. John III.

  • iii. Davis H; born circa 1801; married Elizabeth Lanier 11/10/1823; died before 2/22/1828.

  • iv. Milly; born circa 1802.

  • v. Nancy; born circa 1803.

  • vi. Thomas; born circa 1804.

  • vii. William; born circa 1805.

    (Note: Father's will states "It is my will and desire that my unfortunate son William shall be maintained by his mother ..." This implies that he was handicapped).

  • viii. Hewlett; born circa 1806.

  • ix. Sally; born circa 1807; married Mr (--?--) Harrison before 2/22/1828.

    As of before / /1828, she was also known as HARRISON.

  • x. Mary; born circa 1808; married Mr (--?--) Potts before 2/22/1828.

    As of before / /1828, she was also known as Polly POTTS.

9. Lucinda (Lucy)4 PACE (John, #18); born circa 1773 at Henry, VA; married Davis Burgess Sr (see #8), son of John Burgess Sr. and Mary Davis, 1/26/1794 at Henry, VA; died 11/4/1860 at Smith River, Henry, VA.

She had estate inventory recorded 5/10/1853 Burgess Creek, Henry, VA, Lucy Estate (from husband) paid John Burgess $6.00.

10. John4 WEAVER (Samuel, #20); born 9/9/1756 at Henry, VA; married Mary Weaver (see #11) before 1797; married Mrs Frances Weaver before 5/22/1819; died circa 1825 at Henry, VA.

He left a will on 5/22/1819 at Henry, VA; 1st: pay debts. 2nd: Give to wife Francis during her life time tract of land where I now live, together with the Mill and Miller Bob; two negroes; stock of every kind; smith tools; plantation utensils; kitchen furniture except what is hereby mentioned. 3rd: Son Zebedee he having already received a competent part of my estate pay him $1. 4th: Son Joseph $1. 5th: Son John $1. 6th: Daughter Nancy Bouldin $1. 7th: Susanna Marshall $100. 8th: Daughter Polly Burgess; one horse; and her heirs as her part. 9th: Daughter Rachael Davis $200. 10th: Son James 237 acres called Remos place. 11th: Son Benjamin $1 with formally.... On wife's death divide remainder of estate equally between my four daughters. Witness by Silas Minter.

The only known child of John4 Weaver and Mary Weaver (see #11) was:

11. Mary4 WEAVER; born circa 1770; married John Weaver (see #10), son of Samuel Weaver and Elizabeth Williams, before 1797.

12. Charles4 FOSTER (Mark Foster, #22); born 1/15/1753 at Patrick, VA; married Mary (Pauline) PENN (see #13), daughter of Abraham PENN and Ruth STOVALL, 9/8/1811; Had 7 children; died 1847.

He was also known as Capt Charles Foster. He and Mark Foster made land transaction of Mark Foster conveyed to his son Charles Foster, in consideration of Five Shillings, "a warrant obtained by Mary Hoff, during her widowhood, for a certain track of land situated in Newberry Township, York PA ... 100 acres on 5/5/1770 at York, PA. He began military service circa 1776 at VA Capt. in Revolutionary War. He and Mark Foster took Oath of allegiance in 1777 at Henry, VA. He was served in House of Delegates 1792-3, 1800-1,1805-1812 at VA.

The only known child of Charles4 FOSTER and Mary (Pauline) PENN (see #13) was:

13. Mary (Pauline)4 PENN (Abraham, #24); born 7/1/1777 at Henry, VA; married Charles FOSTER (see #12), son of Mark Foster and Mary Hoff, 9/8/1811; Had 7 children; died after 1813 at Patrick, VA.

14. Gabriel4 CRITZ (Hamon Critz, #26); 5th Child Gabl; born 2/1/1794 at Patrick, VA; married Mary McFarland Dalton (see #15), daughter of Nicholas DALTON and Rachel HUNTER, 5/18/1819 at Rockingham, NC; died 12/4/1868 at Critz, Patrick, VA, at age 74.

He lived circa 1820 at Base of No Business Mountain, Patrick, VA. He left a will before 12/4/1868 at Patrick, VA; Register on page 62. Gabriel Critz owned a grist mill on Spoon Creek from the early 1800's until his death. The mill was sold to Thomas Gabriel and James Edward Tatum in 1872 at Spoon Creek, Patrick, VA.

The nine known children of Gabriel4 CRITZ and Mary McFarland Dalton (see #15) were as follows:

  • 7. i. Mary Jane3.

  • ii. Charlotte D; born circa 1822 at Patrick, VA.

  • iii. Samuel Dalton; born 2/23/1825 at Critz, Patrick, VA; died 4/6/1906 at Surry, NC, at age 81.

  • iv. Hamon; born 6/15/1830 at Patrick, VA.

  • v. Rachel; born circa 1/26/1833 at Patrick, VA; married Rufus Turner 3/12/1857; died 3/17/1926 at Stuart, Patrick, VA.

  • vi. William Dalton; born 11/12/1833 at Patrick, VA.

  • vii. Susan; born circa 1835 at Patrick, VA.

  • viii. Sallie; born circa 1840 at Patrick, VA.

  • ix. Mary Henrietta; born 6/16/1842 at Critz, Patrick, VA; died 4/22/1916 at Leaksville, Rockingham, NC, at age 73.

15. Mary McFarland4 DALTON (Nicholas DALTON, #28); born 2/14/1798 at Rockingham, NC; married Gabriel CRITZ (see #14), son of Capt Hamon Critz and Nancy Elizabeth Dalton, 5/18/1819 at Rockingham, NC; died 4/11/1845 at age 47.

She was also known as Mary DALTON.

Generation Five

16. John5 BURGESS Sr; born 1740 at Gloucester, VA; married Mary Davis (see #17) 6/12/1764 at Anglican - Kingston Parish, Mathews, VA; Kingston Parish Register, Gloucester and Mathews Counties, 1747 - 1827 documents marriage and children births; died 7/28/1806 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA.

(Note: He is the earliest Burgess found in our line. His earliest record was his marriage to Mary Davis in Kingston Parish VA (Now Mathews County). In that area, records of colonial Gloucester of 1639 list a John Burgis as one of 60 persons transferred by George Minifye(?sp) to North side of Charles River (now York). Another reference is on 7/25/1746 a land record for Humphrey Toy Tabb said that 190 acres were adjacent Mr Burgess line). As of / /1740, he was also known as Burges. He and Mary Davis were members of Anglican - Kingston Parish, Mathews, VA, in 1764. Virginia's Royal Government required "uniformity" to the canons and constitutions of the Church of England. This requirement and practice was broken by the Revolution. He lived circa 1781 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA.

The five known children of John5 Burgess Sr. and Mary Davis (see #17) all born at Anglican - Kingston Parish, Mathews, VA, were as follows:

  • 8. i. Davis4 Sr.

  • ii. Elizabeth; born 4/8/1767; married William Hewlett 1/7/1796 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA; died after 11/14/1805.

    (Note: Children: Edward D. Hewlett, Polly M. Hewlett, and Nancy D. Hewlett received 10 pounds in their Grandfather Burgesses' will).

  • iii. Mary Alexander; born 7/12/1769; died after 11/14/1805 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA.

  • iv. John Jr; born 4/7/1771; married Polly McMillian 8/12/1799 at Pittsylvania, VA; died after 11/14/1805.

  • v. Willoughby; born 2/5/1774; died before 11/14/1805.

17. Mary5 DAVIS; born circa 1740; married John Burgess Sr. (see #16) 6/12/1764 at Anglican - Kingston Parish, Mathews, VA; Kingston Parish Register, Gloucester and Mathews Counties, 1747 - 1827 documents marriage and children births; died after 7/28/1806 at Burgess Creek, Henry, VA.

(Note: She may have been the daughter of Andrew Davis and Elizabeth Barbee and who was born 9 or 11 Feb 1738 per Christ Church Parish Registry in nearby Middlesex VA (LDS). This family may be linked to Sir John Davis who emigrated to Middlesex in 1699 (Family histories of Middlesex). Another possible link is to John Davis who was clerk of Kingston Parish, Mathews from 1750 to 1783 (Vestry Book 1679-1796)). She and John Burgess Sr. were members of Anglican - Kingston Parish, Mathews, VA, in 1764. Virginia's Royal Government required "uniformity" to the canons and constitutions of the Church of England. This requirement and practice was broken by the Revolution.

18. Capt John5 PACE (William, #30); born 5/28/1751 at Amelia, VA; married Elizabeth Nunn (see #19), daughter of Joseph Nunn and Elizabeth Ingram, 9/10/1772 at York, VA; married Polly Baker after 1796; died 4/11/1822 at Henry, VA, at age 70.

He was also known as John PACE.

The nine known children of Capt John5 Pace and Elizabeth Nunn (see #19) were as follows:

  • 9. i. Lucinda (Lucy)4.

  • ii. Milley W; born circa 1774.

  • iii. William Ingram; born 1775 at Henry, VA; died at Henry, VA.

  • iv. Thomas; born circa 1776 at Henry, VA.

  • v. Susannah; born circa 1778 at Henry, VA.

  • vi. Elizabeth; born circa 1780 at Henry, VA.

  • vii. Sarah; born circa 1782 at Henry, VA.

  • viii. John Jr; born circa 1784.

  • ix. Mary M; born circa 1788 at Henry, VA; died circa 1862 at Henry, VA.

19. Elizabeth5 NUNN (Joseph, #32); born 1752 at Prince Edward, VA; married Capt John Pace (see #18), son of William Pace Sr. and Susannah West, 9/10/1772 at York, VA; died circa 1791 at Henry, VA.

20. Samuel5 WEAVER (Samuel, #34); born 1727 at Goochland, VA; married Elizabeth Williams (see #21) 3/19/1756.

The three known children of Samuel5 Weaver and Elizabeth Williams (see #21) were as follows:

  • 10. i. John4.

  • ii. Samuel; born 9/9/1758 at Washington, TN.

  • iii. James; born before 1775; died after 1820 at Tazwell, VA.

21. Elizabeth5 WILLIAMS; born circa 1735; married Samuel Weaver (see #20), son of Samuel Weaver and Mrs Francoise Weaver, 3/19/1756.

22. Mark5 FOSTER; born before 1740 at England; married Mary Hoff (see #23) 5/13/1752 at Christ Lutheran Church, York, PA.

He lived on 5/5/1770 at Pittsylvania, VA; At this time Henry, Patrick and part of Frankland part of Pittslvania. He was School Master on 5/5/1770 at Pittsylvania, VA. He and Charles FOSTER made land transaction of Mark Foster conveyed to his son Charles Foster, in consideration of Five Shillings, "a warrant obtained by Mary Hoff, during her widowhood, for a certain track of land situated in Newberry Township, York PA ... 100 acres on 5/5/1770 at York, PA. He and Charles FOSTER took Oath of allegiance in 1777 at Henry, VA.

The only known child of Mark5 Foster and Mary Hoff (see #23) was:

23. Mary5 HOFF; born circa 1730; married Mark Foster (see #22) 5/13/1752 at Christ Lutheran Church, York, PA.

24. Abraham5 PENN (George Penn, #36); born 12/27/1743 at Drysdale Parish, Caroline, VA; married Ruth STOVALL (see #25), daughter of George STOVALL Jr. and Mary COOPER, 3/3/1768 at Amherst, VA; died 6/26/1801 at Patrick, VA, at age 57.

(Note: Born in Amherst Co. In 1779 was made Col in Continental Army. Soon after was furloughed and moved to Henry Conty settling on Beaver creek 3 miles north of Marrtinsville. He returned to Army after organizing all the troops from Henry and Patrick Counties. He lead this regement under General Green in battles of Guilford Courthouse, Eutaw Springs and Yorktown). As of from 1778 to 1783, he was also known as Col. Abraham Penn. He was Served as sheriff for three years in 1784 at Henry, VA. He made land transaction of bought 343 acres on Smith River in 1786 at Henry, VA.

The only known child of Abraham5 PENN and Ruth STOVALL (see #25) was:

25. Ruth5 STOVALL (George, #38); born 3/3/1747 at Amherst, VA; married Abraham PENN (see #24), son of George Penn and Ann Flemming, 3/3/1768 at Amherst, VA; died at Patrick, VA; buried at Poplar Grove, VA.

26. Capt Hamon5 CRITZ (Hamon, #40); born before 1760; married Nancy Elizabeth Dalton (see #27) 03/__/1786 at VA; Had 10 children from 12/1786 to 12/1804; died 8/5/1828; buried after 8/5/1828 at Critz Baptist Church Cemetery, Patrick, VA.

(Note: Appointed Capt in Revolutionary war. Served at least a total of 15 months in 5 separate stints. Was finally discharged near Little York on surrender of Cornwallis). He began military service on 1/22/1777 at Henry, VA, Appointed Capt in Revolutionary war.

The only known child of Capt Hamon5 Critz and Nancy Elizabeth Dalton (see #27) was:

27. Nancy Elizabeth5 DALTON; born circa 1765 at Albemarle, VA; married Capt Hamon Critz (see #26), son of Hamon Critz, 03/__/1786 at VA; Had 10 children from 12/1786 to 12/1804; died 1858.

As of / /1766, she was also known as Nancy Dalton Critz. Nancy Critz placed on VA pension roles to receive $120 / year for service of husband Hamon Critz on 6/6/1841 at Patrick, VA.

28. Nicholas5 DALTON (Samuel, #41); born 4/4/1770 at Beaver Island, Rockingham, NC; married Rachel HUNTER (see #29), daughter of James HUNTER and Mary McFarland, 6/24/1793 at Rutherford, NC; died 1/7/1838 at Beaver Island, Rockingham, NC, at age 67.

The 13 known children of Nicholas5 DALTON and Rachel HUNTER (see #29) were as follows:

  • i. Samuel A.4; born 5/14/1794 at Rockingham, NC; died 6/16/1874 at Aberdeen, MS, at age 80.

  • ii. James Hunter; born 2/19/1796 at NC; died 1886 at Patrick, VA.

  • 15. iii. Mary McFarland.

  • iv. Charlotte Gallihue; born 10/27/1799 at NC; died 3/19/1892 at Rockingham, NC, at age 92.

  • v. Ewell Gallihue; born 12/9/1801 at NC; died 3/6/1895 at Rockingham, NC, at age 93.

  • vi. Leander Hughes; born 9/25/1803 at NC; died 2/11/1894 at Rockingham, NC, at age 90.

  • vii. Robert Hunter; born 2/21/1805 at Rockingham, NC; died 1/21/1900 at Tacoma, WA, at age 94.

  • viii. Nancy Kenner; born 7/7/1808 at Rockingham, NC.

  • ix. Elizabeth M; born 3/7/1811 at Rockingham, NC.

  • x. John Hunter; born 2/1/1813 at Rockingham, NC; died at Iredell, NC.

  • xi. Susan S; born 3/3/1815 at Rockingham, NC; died 1843 at Rockingham, NC.

  • xii. Nicholas; born 8/26/1817 at NC; died 1864.

  • xiii. Pleasant Hunter; born 3/4/1819 at NC.

29. Rachel5 HUNTER (James, #43); born 11/30/1774 at Guilford, NC; married Nicholas DALTON (see #28), son of Samuel DALTON and Charlotte GALLIHUE, 6/24/1793 at Rutherford, NC; died 8/23/1863 at Rockingham, NC, at age 88.

Generation Six

30. William6 PACE Sr. (John, #45); born circa 1724 at Middlesex, VA; married Susannah West (see #31), daughter of John WEST, circa 1750 at Amelia, VA; died circa 1799 at Henry, VA.

When William was 21 years old, he sold his 200 acre farm to his step-father and he and his brother, John III went to Amelia County, where they purchased property in the southwest part of the County; not, however, as partners. They were accompanied by members of the Shelton family circa 1745.

The nine known children of William6 Pace Sr. and Susannah West (see #31) were as follows:

  • 18. i. Capt John5.

  • ii. Newsome; born after 1753 at Amelia, VA; married Mary Nunn circa 1775 at York, VA.

  • iii. William Jr; born circa 1756 at Amelia, VA; died circa 1808 at Pittsylvania, VA.

  • iv. Joel Sr; born 7/28/1762 at Amelia, VA; married Mary East 11/14/1782 at Henry, VA; died 8/31/1831 at Jefferson, IL, at age 69.

  • v. Susannah; born circa 1763 at Pittsylvania, VA; married John Thurston 8/28/1777 at Pittsylvania, VA.

  • vi. Milly; born circa 1764 at Pittsylvania, VA.

  • vii. Spencer; born circa 1766 at Pittsylvania, VA.

  • viii. Leisure; born circa 1767 at Pittsylvania, VA.

  • ix. Langston; born circa 1770 at Pittsylvania, VA; died 5/20/1846 at Marrowbone, Cumberland, KY.

31. Susannah6 WEST (John WEST, #47); born 1726 at Cellar Creek, VA; married William Pace Sr. (see #30), son of John Pace and Elizabeth Montague, circa 1750 at Amelia, VA; died at Pittsylvania, VA.

She was also known as Susanna WEST.

32. Joseph6 NUNN; born circa 1720; married Elizabeth Ingram (see #33) circa 1745.

The only known child of Joseph6 Nunn and Elizabeth Ingram (see #33) was:

33. Elizabeth6 INGRAM; born circa 1725; married Joseph Nunn (see #32) circa 1745.

34. Samuel6 WEAVER (Samuel, #48); born circa 1707 at VA; married Mrs Francoise Weaver (see #35) circa 1726; died 1769 at Goochland, VA.

The four known children of Samuel6 Weaver and Mrs Francoise Weaver (see #35) were as follows:

  • 20. i. Samuel5.

  • ii. Jesse; born 1731.

  • iii. Benjamin; born 1733; married an unknown person 4/27/1758 at Maniken Town; died 1805 at Fluvanna, VA.

  • iv. Daniel; born 5/6/1739 at St. James Noeham Parish, Goochland, VA; married an unknown person 11/11/1756.

35. Mrs Francoise6 WEAVER; born circa 1710; married Samuel Weaver (see #34), son of Samuel Weaver and Mary Robinson, circa 1726.

36. George6 PENN (George PENN, #50); born 1709 at King And Queen, VA; married Ann Flemming (see #37) 7/4/1739 at VA; died between 1749 and 1775 at Caroline, VA; buried at Townsville, Granville, NC.

As of circa / /1709, he was also known as Moses Penn Citation said Moses maried Miss Taylor and had 6 children including Abram 12/27/1743. many of the cited children match George's.

The only known child of George6 Penn and Ann Flemming (see #37) was:

37. Ann6 FLEMMING; born 1706 at Caroline, VA; married George Penn (see #36), son of George PENN and Elizabeth Ann MADISON, 7/4/1739 at VA; died 1781 at Amherst, VA.

As of 7/4/1739, her married name was PENN.

38. George6 STOVALL Jr; born 1723 at Henrico, VA; died 1782 at Campbell, VA.

The only known child of George6 STOVALL Jr. and Mary COOPER (see #39) was:

39. Mary6 COOPER; born circa 1710 at VA.

40. Hamon6 CRITZ; born 1737; died 1802 at Spoon Creek, Patrick, VA.

He began military service in 1767 at Pittsylvania, VA, Captain of Militia. He ended military service in 1770 at Pittsylvania, VA.

The only known child of Hamon6 Critz and an unknown spouse was:

41. Samuel6 DALTON (Samuel, #52); born 1738 at Rockingham, NC; married Charlotte GALLIHUE (see #42), daughter of William GALLAHUE and Anne KENNER, 9/22/1767 at Pittsylvania, VA; died 2/2/1789 at Beaver Island, Rockingham, NC; buried 2/2/1789 at Beaver Island, Rockingham, NC.

The 10 known children of Samuel6 DALTON and Charlotte GALLIHUE (see #42) were as follows:

  • i. William Gallihue5; born 9/2/1768 at Pittsylvania, VA; died 1822 at Opelausas, LA.

  • 28. ii. Nicholas.

  • iii. Samuel A; born 8/1/1772 at NC; died circa 1827 at Stokes, NC.

  • iv. Anne Kenner; born 5/2/1773 at Rockingham, NC; died 9/7/1840 at Williamson, TN, at age 67.

    She was also known as Nancy.

  • v. John; born 4/28/1775 at NC; married Elizabeth W. GENTRY 1/26/1802 at Rockingham, NC; died 3/8/1848 at TN at age 72; buried 3/ /1848.

  • vi. Jane; born 4/28/1777 at NC; died 12/1/1833 at E. Baton Rouge P, LA, at age 56.

  • vii. Elizabeth; born 4/28/1779 at NC.

  • viii. Mary; born 4/23/1782 at NC; died 2/5/1859 at St. Francisville, LA, at age 76.

  • ix. Ewell; born 5/6/1788 at NC; died 12/21/1821 at Feliciana, LA, at age 33.

  • x. Mourning Kenner; born 2/2/1789 at NC.

42. Charlotte6 GALLIHUE (William GALLAHUE, #54); born circa 1740 at Caroline, VA; married Samuel DALTON (see #41), son of Samuel DALTON and Ann Dandridge REDD, 9/22/1767 at Pittsylvania, VA; died 1804 at LA; buried 1804 at Rockingham, NC.

43. James6 HUNTER; born before 1748 at Patrick, VA; married Mary McFarland (see #44) at Rockingham, NC.

He was also known as General James Hunter.

The two known children of James6 HUNTER and Mary McFarland (see #44) were as follows:

  • 29. i. Rachel5.

  • ii. Mary; born circa 1780.

44. Mary6 MCFARLAND; born before 1752 at Patrick, VA; married James HUNTER (see #43) at Rockingham, NC.

Generation Seven

45. John7 PACE (John, #56); born 1696 at Middlesex, VA; married Elizabeth Montague (see #46), daughter of William Montague and Lettice Weeks, 10/24/1717 at Middlesex, VA; died 11/25/1734 at Middlesex, VA.

The two known children of John7 Pace and Elizabeth Montague (see #46) were as follows:

46. Elizabeth7 MONTAGUE (William, #58); born 1699 at Essex, VA; married John Pace (see #45), son of John Pace and Elizabeth Newsome, 10/24/1717 at Middlesex, VA; married John White 9/15/1734 at Christ Church, Middlesex, VA.

47. John7 WEST; born circa 1700.

As of circa / /1700, he was also known as John West II.

The only known child of John7 WEST and an unknown spouse was:

48. Samuel7 WEAVER (Samuel, #60); born circa 1682 at New Kent, VA; married Mary Robinson (see #49), daughter of Anthony Robinson and Mary Starkey, before 1707; died circa 1745 at Goochland, VA.

The five known children of Samuel7 Weaver and Mary Robinson (see #49) were as follows:

  • 34. i. Samuel6.

  • ii. William; born before 1710 at VA; died circa 1711.

  • iii. Thomas; born before 1714 at VA; died circa 1715.

  • iv. Joshua; born 1716 at New Kent, VA; married an unknown person before 1747; died before 1790 at Ashe, NC.

  • v. Joseph; born 1718 at VA; died circa 1719.

49. Mary7 ROBINSON (Anthony, #62); born before 1690 at New Kent, VA; married Samuel Weaver (see #48), son of Samuel Weaver and Mrs Elizabeth Weaver, before 1707; died 10/27/1727 at St Peter's Parish, New Kent, VA.

50. George7 PENN (John, #64); born 1690 at King And Queen, VA; married Elizabeth Ann MADISON (see #51), daughter of John MADISON and Isabella Minor TODD, 1717; died 1749 at Caroline, VA.

(Note: His Grandson John Penn signed the Declaration of Independence from NC).

The two known children of George7 PENN and Elizabeth Ann MADISON (see #51) were as follows:

  • 36. i. George6.

  • ii. Moses; born 1712 at Caroline, VA; died 11/4/1759 at Towsville, Granville, NC.

51. Elizabeth Ann7 MADISON (John, #66); born circa 1600; married George PENN (see #50), son of John PENN and Lucy GRANVILLE, 1717.

52. Samuel7 DALTON (William, #68); born 3/24/1699 at Mayo River, Stokes, NC; married Ann Dandridge REDD (see #53), daughter of George REDD and Anne DANDRIDGE, 1735 at Williamsburg, VA; died 12/29/1805 at Mayo, Rockingham, NC, at age 106; buried 12/29/1805 at Stokes, NC.

The 14 known children of Samuel7 DALTON and Ann Dandridge REDD (see #53) were as follows:

  • 41. i. Samuel6.

  • ii. David; born 1740 at Albemarle, VA; died circa 6/1/1820 at Stokes, NC.

  • iii. Letitia; born 3/15/1742 at Stokes, Pitt, NC; died 2/22/1838 at Danbury, Stokes, NC, at age 95.

    She was also known as Letty.

  • iv. Robert; born 1744 at Campbell, VA; died at Campbell, VA.

  • v. William; born 1746 at Campbell, VA; died 6/4/1819 at Huntsville, Smith, TN.

  • vi. Rachael; born 1746 at Albemarle, VA; died 1836 at Snow Creek, Stokes, NC.

  • vii. Mary; born 1748 at Albemarle, VA; died 12/28/1841 at Ararat, Patrick, VA.

  • viii. John; born 1749 at Campbell, NC; died at Campbell, NC.

  • ix. Jane; born 1751 at Orange, NC; died at Rockingham, NC.

  • x. Ann; born 1752 at Louisa, VA; died 1791.

    She also went by the name of Nancy.

  • xi. Rachel; born 1753 at Orange, NC.

  • xii. Matilda; born 1754 at Orange, NC.

  • xiii. Sarah Matilda; born 3/12/1754 at Albemarle, VA; died 9/17/1841 at Mt. Carmel, TN, at age 87.

  • xiv. Virginia 'Jenny;' born 1/2/1756 at Orange, NC.

53. Ann Dandridge7 REDD (George, #70); born 1716 at Orange, VT; married Samuel DALTON (see #52), son of William DALTON and Elizabeth DALTON, 1735 at Williamsburg, VA; died 1800 at Rockingham, NC; buried at Sauraton Mt., Stokes, NC.

She also went by the name of Nancy.

54. William7 GALLAHUE (Darby, #72); born circa 1730 at VA; married Anne KENNER (see #55), daughter of Matthew KENNER and Mary MALBONE, 1751; died 1754 at Prince William, VA.

The two known children of William7 GALLAHUE and Anne KENNER (see #55) were as follows:

  • 42. i. Charlotte6.

  • ii. Elizabeth; born circa 1754 at Prince William, VA; died 1825 at Hawkins, TN.

55. Anne7 KENNER (Matthew, #74); born circa 1735 at Caroline, VA; married William GALLAHUE (see #54), son of Darby GALLAHUE and Charlotte EWELL, 1751; died circa 1751 at VA.

Generation Eight

56. John8 PACE (Richard, #76); born 4/2/1661; married Elizabeth Newsome (see #57), daughter of William Newsome and Anne Sheppard, circa 1690; married Mary Murray 2/10/1718; died 1/20/1721 at Middlesex, VA, at age 59.

He was Farmer and carpenter circa 1690. Purchased 150 acres on Sunderland Creek, now known as LaGrange Creek, not far from the dividing line of Middlesex and Rappahannock (now Essex) County on 8/7/1693 at Middlesex, VA. He left a will on 12/2/1720 at Middlesex, VA; "I give my eldest son, John, all my carpenter's joiner's and farmer's tools, saving 1 large saw, chisels, etc. I give my son, Joseph, all my land and plantation on which I now, live, only that my wife shall possess and enjoy her life in one part of it, that is to say, to begin at a white oak in head of Spring Branch and to run straight south to a corner once which stands by Mr. John Logan's land, to include the plantation for the use of my wife during her life and at her death, wholly to return to my son, Joseph. I give at my wife's death one large Bible and my leather couch to William Davis. (John did not leave anything to his eldest daughter, Sarah who was probably married to William Davis.) I give my daughter, Margaret, one large looking glass which is now in the house. I give my daughter, Mary, at her day of marriage, the narrow striped bed with one blanket with curtains and valance, thereto belonging. I give my daughter Joan (Jane) a good leather bed, furnished the day of her marriage and two large leather chairs, an iron pot and a small looking glass, a chest which stands above stain, and two cows. I lend my beloved wife all the rest of my personal estate together with land and plantation aforementioned at her death to be divided between my three youngest sons, Benjamin, Newsome and William." Signed: John Pace Witnessed by: David George, John George, Joseph Harden Will produced in Middles. County Court March 7, 1720/21.

The nine known children of John8 Pace and Elizabeth Newsome (see #57) were as follows:

  • i. Sarah7; born 4/24/1694 at Middlesex, VA; married William Davis 6/16/1718.

  • 45. ii. John.

  • iii. Joseph; born circa 1698 at Middlesex, VA; married Anne Basford 4/14/1721; died 12/18/1765.

  • iv. Benjamin; born circa 1700.

  • v. Margaret; born 3/5/1702 at Middlesex, VA; married William Johnson 9/22/1721.

  • vi. Mary; born 7/23/1704 at Middlesex, VA; married Ignatius Tureman 6/3/1731; died 3/12/1743 at age 38.

  • vii. Jane; born 9/22/1706 at Middlesex, VA; married George Blackley 12/28/1733.

  • viii. Newsome; born 2/6/1708 at Middlesex, VA; died 10/6/1733 at age 25.

  • ix. William; born 3/25/1711 at Middlesex, VA; married Hannah Booten 12/26/1733.

57. Elizabeth8 NEWSOME (William, #78); born 1673 at Surry, VA; married John Pace (see #56), son of Richard Pace and Mary Knowles, 1693; died 12/30/1716 at Middlesex, VA.

(Note: Conflicting Parents: "His wife was Elizabeth Newsome, daughter of Robert Newsome and his wife Frances. Robert was the only child named in the will of William Newsome, a large landowner with property on both sides of the Rappahannock River. William, born about 1648, had married four wives, counting each of them as a headright. He probably went to England for each of his wives in order for them to qualify as a headright. One of his wives was Elizabeth Wilson, probably related to John Cox, who owned 1,000 acres along the Rappahannock. In 1653, John Cox claimed Elizabeth Newsome as a headright and she was surely William's wife. John's wife was probably named for her. On May 31, 1669, William Newsom and Thomas Warren witnessed a document together, which indicates that they were acquainted").

58. William8 MONTAGUE (Peter, #80); born between 1670 and 1674 at Middlesex, VA; married Lettice Weeks (see #59), daughter of Abraham Weeks and Millicent Weeks, 1698 at Middlesex, VA; died 12/7/1713 at Middlesex, VA.

Owned 500 acres in 1704 at Middlesex, VA.

The five known children of William8 Montague and Lettice Weeks (see #59) were as follows:

  • 46. i. Elizabeth7.

  • ii. Abraham; born 9/28/1701 at Christ Church, Middlesex, VA; died circa 7/1/1770 at Essex, VA.

  • iii. Thomas; born circa 1703 at Christ Church, Middlesex, VA.

  • iv. Mary; born 7/23/1703 at Christ Church, Middlesex, VA.

  • v. William; born 1706 at Middlesex, VA; died circa 1740 at Middlesex, VA.

59. Lettice8 WEEKS (Abraham, #82); born circa 1670 at Middlesex, VA; married William Montague (see #58), son of Peter Montague and Mary Meindert, 1/3/1703 at Middlesex, VA.

She was also known as Lettuce. She was also known as Ledford.

60. Samuel8 WEAVER (William, #84); born before 1655 at New Kent, VA; married Mrs Elizabeth Weaver (see #61) before 1680; died 1/25/1708-9 at New Kent, VA.

The five known children of Samuel8 Weaver and Mrs Elizabeth Weaver (see #61) were as follows:

  • i. Martha7; born circa 1676; died circa 1681.

  • 48. ii. Samuel.

  • iii. Thomas; born before 1684 at VA; married an unknown person 7/29/1715; died 3/15/1725-26 at New Kent, VA.

  • iv. Elizabeth; born 12/14/1690 at VA; died circa 1691.

  • v. John Philip; born 8/27/1699 at VA; died circa 1700.

61. Mrs Elizabeth8 WEAVER; born circa 1642; married Samuel Weaver (see #60), son of William Weaver and Mary Githeng, circa 1675; died 6/5/1728 at New Kent, VA.

62. Anthony8 ROBINSON (John, #86); born before 1665; married Mary Starkey (see #63) circa 1685; died circa 1694.

The only known child of Anthony8 Robinson and Mary Starkey (see #63) was:

63. Mary8 STARKEY; born before 1670; married Anthony Robinson (see #62), son of John Robinson and Mrs Elizabeth Robinson, circa 1685; died circa 1694.

64. John8 PENN (William, #88); born 1650 at England; married Lucy GRANVILLE (see #65), daughter of Beville GRANVILLE and Jane WYCHE, 1693; died 1721 at Westmoreland, VA.

The only known child of John8 PENN and Lucy GRANVILLE (see #65) was:

65. Lucy8 GRANVILLE (Beville, #90); born 1673 at England; married John PENN (see #64), son of William PENN and Elizabeth MARKHAM, 1693; died circa 1719 at Westmoreland, VA.

66. John8 MADISON (John MADDISON, #92); born 1660 at St. Stephens, King And Queen, VA; married Isabella Minor TODD (see #67), daughter of Captain Thomas TODD and Anne GORSUCH, 1696 at King And Queen, VA; died after 1728 at King And Queen, VA.

(Note: Great Grandfather of President James Madison the 4th President of the US).

The two known children of John8 MADISON and Isabella Minor TODD (see #67) were as follows:

  • 51. i. Elizabeth Ann7.

  • ii. Ambrose; born 1700 at Orange, VA; married an unknown person 8/24/1721 at Rapidan, Orange, VA; died 8/27/1732 at Montpelier, Orange, VA; buried 1732 at Montpelier, Orange, VA.

67. Isabella Minor8 TODD (Thomas, #94); born 1670 at Toddsbury, Gloucester, VA; married John MADISON (see #66), son of John MADDISON and Marie AMBROSE, 1696 at King And Queen, VA; died after 1706.

68. William8 DALTON (William, #96); born 1670 at Alexandria, VA; married Elizabeth DALTON (see #69) 1735 at Williamsburg, VA; died 1733 at Gloucester, VA; buried before 1733 at Gloucester, VA.

The five known children of William8 DALTON and Elizabeth DALTON (see #69) were as follows:

  • 52. i. Samuel7.

  • ii. Robert; born 1700 at Winchester, Frederick, VA; died after 1768 at Pittsylvania, VA.

  • iii. John; born 9/2/1702 at Gloucester, VA; died before 4/17/1777.

  • iv. Robert; born circa 1704 at Gloucester, VA.

  • v. John; born 1722 at Alexandria, VA; died 1777 at Alexandria, VA.

69. Elizabeth8 DALTON; born 1677 at Gloucester, England; married William DALTON (see #68), son of William DALTON, 1735 at Williamsburg, VA.

70. George8 REDD; born 1692 at Williamsburg, VA; married Anne DANDRIDGE (see #71) circa 1717 at Williamsburg, VA.

The only known child of George8 REDD and Anne DANDRIDGE (see #71) was:

71. Anne8 DANDRIDGE; born circa 1696 at Williamsburg, VA; married George REDD (see #70) circa 1717 at Williamsburg, VA; died 1740 at Orange, VA.

72. Darby8 GALLAHUE (James, #97); born 1705 at VA; married Charlotte EWELL (see #73), daughter of Charles EWELL and Mary Ann BERTRAND, 1729; died 1775 at VA.

The only known child of Darby8 GALLAHUE and Charlotte EWELL (see #73) was:

73. Charlotte8 EWELL (Charles, #99); born 1713 at VA; married Darby GALLAHUE (see #72), son of James GALLAHUE and Mary RUSSELL, 1729; died at VA.

74. Matthew8 KENNER (Richard, #101); born circa 1685 at Northumberland, VA; married Mary MALBONE (see #75), daughter of Peter MALBONE and Sarah Burgess, circa 1717 at VA; died circa 1744 at Northumberland, VA.

The seven known children of Matthew8 KENNER and Mary MALBONE (see #75) were as follows:

  • i. Matthew7; born circa 1723 at Northumberland, VA.

  • ii. Capt. William; born circa 1725 at Northumberland, VA; died 1762 at Northumberland, VA.

  • iii. Francis; born circa 1727 at Northumberland, VA.

  • iv. Richard; born circa 1729 at Northumberland, VA.

  • v. Rodham; born circa 1731 at Northumberland, VA.

  • vi. Elizabeth; born circa 1733 at Northumberland, VA.

  • 55. vii. Anne.

75. Mary8 MALBONE (Peter, #103); born circa 1700 at VA; married Matthew KENNER (see #74), son of Richard KENNER and Elizabeth RODHAM, circa 1717 at VA; died before 1744 at Northumberland, VA.

Generation Nine

76. Richard9 PACE (George, #105); born 1637-38 at Charles City, Charles City, VA; married Mary Knowles (see #77), daughter of John Knowles and Mary BROADNAX, 1662 at Charles City, Charles City, VA; died 1677; Leaving 8 children with oldest about 15.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

The only known child of Richard9 Pace and Mary Knowles (see #77) was:

77. Mary9 KNOWLES (John, #107); born 4/9/1641 at Henrico, VA; married Richard Pace (see #76), son of George Pace and Sarah Maycock, 1662 at Charles City, Charles City, VA; married Nicholas Whitmore circa 1680; died after 1692 at Charles City, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

78. William9 NEWSOME (William, #109); born 1647-48 at Lawne's Crk Parish, Surry, VA; married Anne Sheppard (see #79), daughter of Robert Sheppard and Elizabeth Spencer, 1669 at Surry, VA; died 9/5/1691 at Surry, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

The only known child of William9 Newsome and Anne Sheppard (see #79) was:

79. Anne9 SHEPPARD (Robert, #111); born 1644-45 at Jamestown, James City, VA; married William Newsome (see #78), son of William Newsome and Gertrude Newsome, 1669 at Surry, VA; died 3/20/1710-11 at Jamestown, James City, VA.

(Note: Born and died in early Jamestown VA).

80. Peter9 MONTAGUE (Peter, #113); born 1634 at Nansemond, VA; married Mary Meindert (see #81), daughter of Meindort Doodes and Mary Geret, 11/1/1665 at Middlesex, VA; died 12/2/1695 at Montague Island, Middlesex, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth). Doodes gave 200 acres of land to Peter Montague, his son-in-law, and also, 5 slaves circa 1675.

The five known children of Peter9 Montague and Mary Meindert (see #81) were as follows:

  • i. Peter8; born 1666 at Middlesex, VA; died circa 1/1/1702 at Middlesex, VA.

  • ii. Mary; born circa 1668 at Christ Church, Middlesex, VA; died 4/12/1743 at Ferry Far, King George, VA; buried at Lancaster, VA.

  • 58. iii. William.

  • iv. Katherine; born 1678 at Montague Island, Middlesex, VA; died 4/12/1743 at VA.

  • v. John; born 5/21/1682 at Middlesex, VA; died 3/6/1733 at Middlesex, VA, at age 50.

81. Mary9 MEINDERT (Meindort Doodes, #115); born 1642 at Holland; married Peter Montague (see #80), son of Peter Montague and Cicely Mathews, 11/1/1665 at Middlesex, VA; died after 5/21/1682 at Middlesex, VA.

She was also known as Mary Doodes. As of 11/1/1665, she was also known as Montague.

82. Abraham9 WEEKS; born 1631 at Middlesex, VA; married Millicent Weeks (see #83) circa 1660 at Middlesex, VA; died 1691 at Middlesex, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

The only known child of Abraham9 Weeks and Millicent Weeks (see #83) was:

83. Millicent9 WEEKS; born circa 1640 at Middlesex, VA; married Abraham Weeks (see #82) circa 1660 at Middlesex, VA; died after 1/12/1691 at Middlesex, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

84. William9 WEAVER (Samuel, #117); born circa 1628 at Charles River Sh, VA; married Mary Githeng (see #85), daughter of John Gething, circa 1655; died circa 1678 at VA.

The only known child of William9 Weaver and Mary Githeng (see #85) was:

85. Mary9 GITHENG (John Gething, #119); born circa 1635 at England; married William Weaver (see #84), son of Samuel Weaver and Elizabeth Ann Bygrave, circa 1655; married Humphrey Ward after 1678; died circa 1682.

86. John9 ROBINSON; born before 1640; married Mrs Elizabeth Robinson (see #87) before 1665; died circa 1671.

The only known child of John9 Robinson and Mrs Elizabeth Robinson (see #87) was:

87. Mrs Elizabeth9 ROBINSON; born before 1647; married John Robinson (see #86) before 1665; died circa 1671.

88. William9 PENN (George, #120); born circa 1613 at Minety, Glouc, England; married Elizabeth MARKHAM (see #89) circa 1634 at England; died 1669 at Westmoreland, VA.

The only known child of William9 PENN and Elizabeth MARKHAM (see #89) was:

89. Elizabeth9 MARKHAM; born circa 1613 at England; married William PENN (see #88), son of George PENN and Mrs. Elizabeth PENN, circa 1634 at England.

90. Beville9 GRANVILLE; born 8/29/1628 at Caroline, VA; married Jane WYCHE (see #91) 1672.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

The only known child of Beville9 GRANVILLE and Jane WYCHE (see #91) was:

91. Jane9 WYCHE; born circa 1651 at Caroline, VA; married Beville GRANVILLE (see #90) 1672.

92. John9 MADDISON (Isaac MADISON, #122); born circa 1625 at VA; married Marie AMBROSE (see #93) 1653 at Kent, VA; died before 4/16/1683 at Stephens Parish, King And Queen, VA; buried at Stephens Parish, King And Queen, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

The only known child of John9 MADDISON and Marie AMBROSE (see #93) was:

93. Marie9 AMBROSE; born circa 1632 at Kent, VA; married John MADDISON (see #92), son of Isaac MADISON and Mrs. Mary Madison, 1653 at Kent, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

94. Captain Thomas9 TODD (Geoffrey, #124); born 9/12/1619 at Denton, Durham, England; married Anne GORSUCH (see #95), daughter of John GORSUCH and Anne LOVELACE, 1657 at Walkern, Hartford, England; died 5/30/1675 at At Sea at age 55; buried after 5/30/1675 at North Parish, Patapsco River, MD.

The only known child of Captain Thomas9 TODD and Anne GORSUCH (see #95) was:

95. Anne9 GORSUCH (John, #126); born 3/13/1638 at Walkern, Hertford, England; married Captain Thomas TODD (see #94), son of Geoffrey TODD and Margaret TODD, 1657 at Walkern, Hartford, England; died between 1694 and 1702 at Baltimore, MD.

96. William9 DALTON; born circa 1644 at Hankswell, England.

The only known child of William9 DALTON and an unknown spouse was:

97. James9 GALLAHUE; born circa 1679 at VA; died at VA.

The only known child of James9 GALLAHUE and Mary RUSSELL (see #98) was:

98. Mary9 RUSSELL; born circa 1683 at VA; died at VA.

99. Charles9 EWELL (Charles, #128); born 1660 at London, Middlesex, England; married Mary Ann BERTRAND (see #100), daughter of Reverend John BERTRAND and Charlotte DE JOLIE, 1705 at Lancaster, VA; died 4/ /1722 at Lancaster, VA.

The eight known children of Charles9 EWELL and Mary Ann BERTRAND (see #100) were as follows:

  • i. Mary Ann8; born 1710 at Lancaster, VA; died circa 1727 at VA.

  • 73. ii. Charlotte.

  • iii. Charles; born 1/13/1712-13 at Lancaster, VA; died circa 1760 at VA.

  • iv. Bertrand; born 1715 at Pince William, VA; died 1795 at Prince William, VA.

  • v. Solomon; born 5/17/1718 at Lancaster, VA; died 1/15/1760 at VA at age 41.

  • vi. Frances; born circa 1720 at Lancaster, VA; died at VA.

  • vii. Frances; born 1722 at VA.

  • viii. Elizabeth (Betsy); born circa 1724 at VA.

100. Mary Ann9 BERTRAND (John, #129); born 1690 at Prince William, VA; married Charles EWELL (see #99), son of Charles EWELL, 1705 at Lancaster, VA; died 2/12/1750 at Lancaster, VA; buried at Lancaster, VA.

101. Richard9 KENNER (Richard, #131); born between 1635 and 1641 at Oxford, England; married Elizabeth RODHAM (see #102), daughter of Matthew RODHAM and Elizabeth HEWITT, circa 1670 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA; died 1691 at Northumberland, VA.

The eight known children of Richard9 KENNER and Elizabeth RODHAM (see #102) were as follows:

  • i. Rodham8; born 3/22/1671 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA; died 8/21/1706 at Northumberland, VA, at age 35.

  • ii. Capt. Francis; born 12/27/1675 at Northumberland, VA; died 1728 at Northumberland, VA.

  • iii. Richard; born 3/3/1676 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA; died 5/27/1719 at Machodick River, Westmoreland, VA, at age 43.

  • iv. John; born 12/26/1677 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA; died circa 1719.

  • v. Francis; born 12/16/1681 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA; died 4/18/1728 at Cherry Point, VA, at age 46.

  • vi. Elizabeth; born 3/19/1682 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA; died 3/16/1715 at Northumberland, VA, at age 32.

  • vii. Hannah; born 3/13/1684 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA.

  • 74. viii. Matthew.

102. Elizabeth9 RODHAM (Matthew, #133); born 1652 at Chiacone, Northumberland, VA; married Richard KENNER (see #101), son of Richard KENNER and Elizabeth WARSHAM, circa 1670 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA; died 1709 at St. Stephens, Northumberland, VA.

103. Peter9 MALBONE (Peter, #135); born circa 1667 at Norfolk; married Sarah Burgess (see #104), daughter of Robert Burgess and Anne Unk, circa 1687; married Margaret Porten circa 1705; died before 6/16/1738 at Norfolk, VA.

He left a will on 5/16/1737 at Norfolk, VA; Collection of Unrecorded Will, Norfolk Co, VA, 1711-1800; Wingo; 36, 68-71. Peter Malbone's will written 16 May 1737, proven 16 Jun 1738 in Norfolk Town. to wife Margaret, to son Godfrey Malbone and his wife Katherine and at their death to go to their children Godfrey and Peter Malbone, to dau. Mary Kennor, to son Gearge, to dau. Affiah Hancock and husband Simon Hancock, to son Peter, to son Rodolphus and his dau. Sarah Malbone, to dau. Elist Bannister. Exec. wife and s-i-l Simon Hancock. Wit: Samuel Bartee, Margaret Hill, Alex McPherson.

The eight known children of Peter9 MALBONE and Sarah Burgess (see #104) were as follows:

  • i. Apphia8; born circa 1688; married Simon Hancock circa 1710.

  • ii. Peter; born circa 1689.

  • iii. George; born circa 1690.

  • iv. Rodolphus; born circa 1691.

  • v. Elizabeth; born circa 1692; married Unk Bannister circa 1710.

    As of / /1692, she was also known as Elist MALBONE.

  • vi. Matthew; born circa 1693.

  • vii. Godfrey; born 1695; died 1768.

  • 75. viii. Mary.

104. Sarah9 BURGESS (Robert, #137); born circa 1670; married Peter MALBONE (see #103), son of Peter MALBONE and Sarah Godfrey, circa 1687; died circa 1701 at Norfolk, VA.

Generation Ten

105. George10 PACE (Richard, #139); born 1609 at England; married Sarah Maycock (see #106), daughter of Samuel Maycock, 1637 at James City, VA; died 6/4/1655 at Charles City, VA.

The only known child of George10 Pace and Sarah Maycock (see #106) was:

106. Sarah10 MAYCOCK (Samuel, #141); born 1621-22 at Jamestown, James City, VA; married George Pace (see #105), son of Richard Pace and Isabella Smyth, 1637 at James City, VA; died 1655 at Charles City, VA.

(Note: Born and married in early Jamestown VA).

107. John10 KNOWLES; born 1612 at Henrico, VA; married Mary BROADNAX (see #108), daughter of Thomas BRODNAX and Elizabeth TAYLOR, circa 1639 at Henrico, VA; died 4/10/1685 at London, England.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

The only known child of John10 Knowles and Mary BROADNAX (see #108) was:

108. Mary10 BROADNAX (Thomas BRODNAX, #142); born 4/9/1620 at Henrico, VA; married John Knowles (see #107) circa 1639 at Henrico, VA; died 4/10/1685 at London, Middlesex, England, at age 65.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

109. William10 NEWSOME (William, #144); born 1614 at Newsom Hall, Lancashire, England; married Gertrude Newsome (see #110) circa 1640 at James City, VA; died between 1657 and 1667 at Surry, VA.

The only known child of William10 Newsome and Gertrude Newsome (see #110) was:

110. Gertrude10 NEWSOME; born 1614 at Williamsburg, VA; married William Newsome (see #109), son of William Newsome, circa 1640 at James City, VA.

(Note: Early colonial birth).

111. Robert10 SHEPPARD; born 1604 at England; married Elizabeth Spencer (see #112), daughter of William Spencer and Alice Spencer, 1653-54 at Surry, VA; died 1654 at Surry, VA.

The only known child of Robert10 Sheppard and Elizabeth Spencer (see #112) was:

112. Elizabeth10 SPENCER (William, #145); born 1625 at Jamestown, James City, VA; married Robert Sheppard (see #111) 1653-54 at Surry, VA; died between 1655 and 1659 at Jamestown, James City, VA.

(Note: Born in Early Jamestown VA).

113. Peter10 MONTAGUE (Peter, #147); born 1/21/1603 at Boveney, Burnham, Buckingham, England; married Cicely Mathews (see #114), daughter of Samuel Mathews and Mary Francis Hinton, 1633 at Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England; died 5/1/1659 at Lancaster, Lancaster, VA, at age 56.

He emigrated in 1621 to James City, VA; On Ship CHARLES with his wife, Eleanor Allen, and was listed with Captain Samuel Matthews' men at James City. (Note: He survived the 1622 massacre and received his first land grant in Nansemond County in 1642. On August 27, 1637, he patented 150 acres in the upper county of Norfolk, due for the transportation of three persons. On November 3, 1647, he was granted 100 acres in Nansemond County. He represented Nansemond County in the House of Burgesses in 1652 and 1653, but soon moved to the Northern Neck. He was made Commissioner for Lancaster County in 1658, paternal 200 acres of land on January 16, 1658 and became Burgess for Lancaster County in 1658. That same year, he was appointed Sheriff).

The only known child of Peter10 Montague and Cicely Mathews (see #114) was:

114. Cicely10 MATHEWS (Samuel, #149); born circa 1618 at Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England; married Peter Montague (see #113), son of Peter Montague and Eleanor Allen, 1633 at Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England; died 1654 at England.

115. Meindort10 DOODES; born circa 1610 at Holland; married Mary Geret (see #116) circa 1635 at Holland; died 12/13/1677 at Christ Church, Middlesex, VA.

(Note: Dutch Colonial Immigrant). He was Sea Captain circa 1635 at Rotterdam, Holland. He emigrated circa 1650 to Middlesex, VA. Naturalized along with son Doode and daughter Marie in 1673 at VA. He left a will on 12/13/1677; Bequeathed all of his estate to his wife, Mary Doodes, but if she remarried, son Doodes minor's children were to have half of the Negroes and the other half to go to Peter Montague for the sole use of his wife and after her death to the sole use of her children.

The two known children of Meindort10 Doodes and Mary Geret (see #116) both born at Holland were as follows:

  • i. Doodes9; born circa 1638.

    He was also known as Doodes MINOR.

  • 81. ii. Mary.

116. Mary10 GERET; born 1612 at Holland; married Meindort Doodes (see #115) circa 1635 at Holland; died before 1/9/1686 at Middlesex, VA.

Naturalized along with son Doode and daughter Marie in 1673 at VA. She left a will on 11/17/1678; Named her sons Doodes Meindert and Peter Montague and daughter, Maria Montague's daughter, Marye.

117. Samuel10 WEAVER (Thomas, #151); born circa 1600; married Elizabeth Ann Bygrave (see #118) before 1628; died circa 1670 at York, VA.

The only known child of Samuel10 Weaver and Elizabeth Ann Bygrave (see #118) was:

118. Elizabeth Ann10 BYGRAVE; born 1595 at England; married Samuel Weaver (see #117), son of Thomas Weaver and Margaret Cowper, before 1628; died circa 1633.

119. John10 GETHING; born circa 1584 at England; married an unknown person before 1635 at England; died circa 1640.

The only known child of John10 Gething and an unknown spouse was:

120. George10 PENN (William, #153); born circa 1570 at Birdham, Sussex, England; married Mrs. Elizabeth PENN (see #121) 7/29/1581 at Sussex, England; died 11/4/1632 at Plymouth, Plymouth, MA; buried 1/5/1633 at Mintye, Bristol, Gloucester, England.

The only known child of George10 PENN and Mrs. Elizabeth PENN (see #121) was:

121. Mrs. Elizabeth10 PENN; born circa 1587 at Birdham, Sussex, England; married George PENN (see #120), son of William PENN and Margaret RASTALL, 7/29/1581 at Sussex, England.

122. Isaac10 MADISON; born 1590 at Probley, England; married Mrs. Mary Madison (see #123) circa 1620 at England; died 1624 at Probley, VA.

He was also known as Maddeson.

The only known child of Isaac10 MADISON and Mrs. Mary Madison (see #123) was:

123. Mrs. Mary10 MADISON; born circa 1603 at England; married Isaac MADISON (see #122) circa 1620 at England.

124. Geoffrey10 TODD (William, #155); born circa 1589 at Denton, Durham, England; married Margaret TODD (see #125) circa 1610 at England; died 1637 at Denton Parish, Durham, England; buried 2/22/1637.

The only known child of Geoffrey10 TODD and Margaret TODD (see #125) was:

125. Margaret10 TODD; born circa 1593 at England; married Geoffrey TODD (see #124), son of William (Gulielmus) TODD and Mary Todd, circa 1610 at England; died after 1637 at England.

She was also known as Margaret.

126. John10 GORSUCH (Daniel, #157); born 1609 at Walkern, Hertfordshire, England; married Anne LOVELACE (see #127), daughter of William LOVELACE and Anne BARNE, 1628 at England; died 1657 at Walkern, Hrtfrdsh, England; buried at Walkern, Herts, England.

The only known child of John10 GORSUCH and Anne LOVELACE (see #127) was:

127. Anne10 LOVELACE (William, #159); born 1610 at Lovelace, Kent, England; married John GORSUCH (see #126), son of Daniel GORSUCH and Alice HALL, 1628 at England; died 1652 at VA; buried 1657 at VA.

128. Charles10 EWELL (Edward, #161); born circa 1641 at England.

The two known children of Charles10 EWELL and an unknown spouse were as follows:

  • 99. i. Charles9.

  • ii. Solomon; born circa 1670.

129. Reverend John10 BERTRAND; born circa 1665 at France; married Charlotte DE JOLIE (see #130), daughter of Comte DE JOLIE, circa 1685 at France.

The only known child of Reverend John10 BERTRAND and Charlotte DE JOLIE (see #130) was:

130. Charlotte10 DE JOLIE (Comte, #163); born circa 1666 at France; married Reverend John BERTRAND (see #129) circa 1685 at France.

131. Richard10 KENNER (John KENNOR, #164); born 1600 at Oxfordshire, England; married Elizabeth WARSHAM (see #132), daughter of William WARSHAM and Mrs. WARSHAM, circa 1634 at Oxford, England; died 1649 at Norfolk, VA.

As of / /1600, he was also known as Kennor.

The only known child of Richard10 KENNER and Elizabeth WARSHAM (see #132) was:

132. Elizabeth10 WARSHAM (William, #166); born circa 1604 at Oxford, England; married Richard KENNER (see #131), son of John KENNOR and Mrs John KENNOR, circa 1634 at Oxford, England.

133. Matthew10 RODHAM (Edmund RODDAM, #168); born 1620 at Northumberland, England; married Elizabeth HEWITT (see #134), daughter of Robert HUITT and Hannah HUITT, 1648 at Northumberland, VA; died 1672 at Chiacone, Northumberland, VA.

He emigrated in 1634 to Kent Island, MD; On ship James and Revenge. (Note: English Colonial Immigrant).

The four known children of Matthew10 RODHAM and Elizabeth HEWITT (see #134) were as follows:

  • 102. i. Elizabeth9.

  • ii. Hannah; born circa 1654; died 1709-10 at Northumberland, VA.

  • iii. Susanna; born circa 1656; died at St. Mary's, MD.

  • iv. Mary; born circa 1658.

134. Elizabeth10 HEWITT (Robert HUITT, #170); born 1633 at York, England; married Matthew RODHAM (see #133), son of Edmund RODDAM and Margaret GREY, 1648 at Northumberland, VA; died 1674 at Northumberland, VA.

(Note: English Colonial Immigrant).

135. Peter10 MALBONE; born circa 1633 at Lower Norfolk, England; married Sarah Godfrey (see #136), daughter of John Godfrey and Sarah Dadford, circa 1650; died before 7/6/1692 at Princess Anne, VA.

(Note: English Colonial Immigrant). He emigrated in 1654; Transported by Lt. Col. Tristrum Nasworthy.

The nine known children of Peter10 MALBONE and Sarah Godfrey (see #136) were as follows:

  • i. Ann9; born circa 1653.

  • ii. Reodolphus; born circa 1654; died before 6/5/1728 at Princess Anne, VA.

  • iii. Matthew; born circa 1655.

  • iv. John; born circa 1656.

  • v. Francis; born circa 1657.

  • vi. Elizabeth; born circa 1658; married Peter Godfrey before 10/3/1705; married John Ashley 7/28/1724 at VA.

  • vii. Sarah; born circa 1659; married Joseph Perry circa 1680.

  • viii. Mary; born circa 1660 at Norfolk, VA; married John Wicker circa 1680; Mary's mother Sarah Jackson's 1705 will identifies her as Mary Wicker.

  • 103. ix. Peter.

136. Sarah10 GODFREY (John, #172); born circa 1630; married Peter MALBONE (see #135) circa 1650.

She emigrated in 1652 to VA; English Colonial Immigrant.

137. Robert10 BURGESS; born circa 1640; married Anne Unk (see #138) circa 1660.

The only known child of Robert10 Burgess and Anne Unk (see #138) was:

138. Anne10 UNK; born circa 1640; married Robert Burgess (see #137) circa 1660.

Generation Eleven

139. Richard11 PACE; born 1583 at Wapping Wall, Middlesex, England; married Isabella Smyth (see #140) 10/5/1608 at St. Dunstan, Stepney, London, England; died 9/1/1627 at Jamestown, James City, VA.

The only known child of Richard11 Pace and Isabella Smyth (see #140) was:

140. Isabella11 SMYTH; born 1589 at St Dunstan, Stepney Co, Middlesex, England; married Richard Pace (see #139) 10/5/1608 at St. Dunstan, Stepney, London, England; died circa 1635 at Jamestown, James City, VA.

141. Samuel11 MAYCOCK; born 11/4/1594 at Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, England; died 3/22/1622 at Jamestown, James City, VA, at age 27.

The only known child of Samuel11 Maycock and an unknown spouse was:

142. Thomas11 BRODNAX; born circa 1592 at Godmersham, Kent, England; married Elizabeth TAYLOR (see #143), daughter of John TAYLOR and Mrs John TAYLOR, 10/4/1598 at Henrico, VA; died 1658 at Henrico, VA.

The only known child of Thomas11 BRODNAX and Elizabeth TAYLOR (see #143) was:

143. Elizabeth11 TAYLOR; born circa 1596 at Welsborough, England; married Thomas BRODNAX (see #142), son of Thomas BROADNAX and Julian BROCKMAN, 10/4/1598 at Henrico, VA; died at Henrico, VA.

144. William11 NEWSOME; born 1584 at Newsom Hall, Lancashire, England; died at Newsom Hall, Lancashire, England.

The only known child of William11 Newsome and an unknown spouse was:

145. William11 SPENCER; born circa 1560 at England; married Alice Spencer (see #146) 1620 at James City, James City, VA; died after 1637 at Jamestown, James City, VA.

The only known child of William11 Spencer and Alice Spencer (see #146) was:

146. Alice11 SPENCER; born circa 1582 at England; married William Spencer (see #145) 1620 at James City, James City, VA.

147. Peter11 MONTAGUE; born 12/11/1580 at Bovene, Burnham, Buckingham, England; married Eleanor Allen (see #148), daughter of William Allen and Ellen Allen, 1600 at Burnham, Boven, England; died 3/16/1638 at Warfield, Berkshire Co., England, at age 57.

The only known child of Peter11 Montague and Eleanor Allen (see #148) was:

148. Eleanor11 ALLEN; born 2/7/1579 at Burnham, Boveney, Bucks, England; married Peter Montague (see #147), son of William Montague and Margaret Malthus, 1600 at Burnham, Boven, England; died 1/1/1656 at Berkshire, England, at age 76.

149. Samuel11 MATHEWS; born circa 1592 at Bristol, England; married Mary Francis Hinton (see #150), daughter of Thomas Hinton and Catherine Palmer, circa 1613 at Lancaster, VA; died 1/1/1660 at VA.

The only known child of Samuel11 Mathews and Mary Francis Hinton (see #150) was:

150. Mary Francis11 HINTON; born 10/10/1601 at England; married Samuel Mathews (see #149), son of Tobias Mathews and Frances Barlow, circa 1618; died 1675.

151. Thomas11 WEAVER; born circa 1557; married Margaret Cowper (see #152) 5/28/1590 at Rushbury Parish, Shropshire, England; died circa 1610.

The three known children of Thomas11 Weaver and Margaret Cowper (see #152) were as follows:

  • i. Thomas10; born circa 1578; married an unknown person 11/5/1610 at England; died circa 1615.

  • ii. Richard; born circa 1580; died circa 1591.

  • 117. iii. Samuel.

152. Margaret11 COWPER; born circa 1560; married Thomas Weaver (see #151), son of William Wever and Ann Roberts, 5/28/1590 at Rushbury Parish, Shropshire, England; died circa 1610.

153. William11 PENN; born circa 1550 at Bristol, Gloucester, England; married Margaret RASTALL (see #154), daughter of John Jr. RASTALL and Ann GEORGE, 1570 at England; died 3/12/1610 at Malmesbury, Minety, Gloucester, England.

The only known child of William11 PENN and Margaret RASTALL (see #154) was:

154. Margaret11 RASTALL; born circa 1547 at Bristol, Gloucester, England; married William PENN (see #153), son of William PENN and William Mrs. PENN, 1570 at England; died at England.

155. William (Gulielmus)11 TODD; born circa 1558 at England; married Mary Todd (see #156); died 10/ /1616 at Denton Parish, Durham, England; buried 10/27/1616.

The only known child of William (Gulielmus)11 TODD and Mary Todd (see #156) was:

156. Mary11 TODD; born circa 1565 at England; married William (Gulielmus) TODD (see #155); died circa 1650 at Houghton Parish, Durham, England.

She was also known as Mary.

157. Daniel11 GORSUCH; born 4/ /1569 at London, England; married Alice HALL (see #158), daughter of John HALL and Anne BROWNE, 4/30/1599 at Walkern, Hartford, England; died 10/8/1638 at Walkern, Hertford, England, at age 69; buried 10/16/1638 at Walkern, Hertfordshire, England.

As of / /1569, he was also known as Danyell Gorsuch.

The only known child of Daniel11 GORSUCH and Alice HALL (see #158) was:

158. Alice11 HALL; born 12/25/1574 at Walkern, Herts, England; married Daniel GORSUCH (see #157), son of William GORSUCH and Avice HILLSON, 4/30/1599 at Walkern, Hartford, England; died 1662 at Weston, Hertford, England; buried at Walkern, Herts, England.

159. William11 LOVELACE; born 2/2/1583 at Bethersden, Woolwich, Kent, England; married Anne BARNE (see #160), daughter of William BARNES and Anne SANDYS, 1610 at London, England; died 8/12/1627 at At Seige Grolle, Holland, at age 44; buried at Kent, England.

The only known child of William11 LOVELACE and Anne BARNE (see #160) was:

160. Anne11 BARNE; born 1587 at Woolwich, Kent, England; married William LOVELACE (see #159), son of William LOVELACE and Elizabeth AUCHER, 1610 at London, England; died 5/22/1633 at London, Middlesex, England.

As of / /1587, she was also known as Barnes.

161. Edward11 EWELL; born circa 1608 at Guildford, England; married Catherine BOYS (see #162), daughter of Edward BOYS and Elizabeth HAMMOND, 9/30/1640 at Nonington, Kent, England; died 1686 at England.

The only known child of Edward11 EWELL and Catherine BOYS (see #162) was:

162. Catherine11 BOYS; born 12/5/1613 at Bekesbourne, Kent, England; married Edward EWELL (see #161), son of Robert EWELL and Margaret HARRIS, 9/30/1640 at Nonington, Kent, England; died at England; buried 8/11/1617.

163. Comte11 DE JOLIE; born circa 1640 at France.

The only known child of Comte11 DE JOLIE and an unknown spouse was:

164. John11 KENNOR; born circa 1575 at Oxford, Taylor, England; married Mrs John KENNOR (see #165) circa 1599 at Oxford, England; died 11/13/1627 at Oxfordshire, England.

The only known child of John11 KENNOR and Mrs John KENNOR (see #165) was:

165. Mrs John11 KENNOR; born circa 1579 at Oxford, England; married John KENNOR (see #164), son of John KENNOR and Joane KENNOR, circa 1599 at Oxford, England.

166. William11 WARSHAM; born circa 1578 at Oxford, England; married Mrs. WARSHAM (see #167) circa 1603 at Oxford, England.

The only known child of William11 WARSHAM and Mrs. WARSHAM (see #167) was:

167. Mrs.11 WARSHAM; born circa 1582 at Oxford, England; married William WARSHAM (see #166) circa 1603 at Oxford, England.

168. Edmund11 RODDAM; born circa 1589 at Roddam, Northumberland, England; married Margaret GREY (see #169), daughter of Sir Ralph GREY and Jane Ardington, before 1612 at England; died at Northumberland, England.

The seven known children of Edmund11 RODDAM and Margaret GREY (see #169) were as follows:

  • i. Ralph10; born 1612; died 1615.

  • ii. John; born 1615; died 1657.

  • 133. iii. Matthew.

  • iv. Edmund; born circa 1622.

  • v. Robert; born circa 1624.

  • vi. Thomas; born circa 1626.

  • vii. Barbara; born circa 1628.

169. Margaret11 GREY; born circa 1595; married Edmund RODDAM (see #168), son of Robert RODDAM and Barbara FOSTER, before 1612 at England; died at England.

170. Robert11 HUITT; born circa 1600 at England; married Hannah HUITT (see #171) circa 1626; died 1644 at Chiacone, Northumberland, VA.

The two known children of Robert11 HUITT and Hannah HUITT (see #171) were as follows:

171. Hannah11 HUITT; born 1612 at England; married Robert HUITT (see #170), son of James HUITT and Margaret HUITT, circa 1626; died 1675 at Northumberland, VA.

She was also known as Hannah.

172. John11 GODFREY; born circa 1600; married Sarah Dadford (see #173), daughter of Thomas Dadford, circa 1625.

The only known child of John11 Godfrey and Sarah Dadford (see #173) was:

173. Sarah11 DADFORD; born circa 1600; married John Godfrey (see #172) circa 1625.

 

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