1 Gwynn, Guinn, Gewin surnames

Gwynn, Guinn, Gewin surnames

1623 Feb 16 – Thomas Guine is listed on A List of the Names of the Dead in Virginia Since Last April, in Va. – on a plantation of James Cittie. https://archive.org/stream/colonialrecordso00virg#page/56/mode/2up

1639 Hugh Gwyn bio for York Co Va

1642 Hugh Gwyn receives 1700 acres neare the mouth of Pyankatanke river. Gloucester Co, Va.
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1642 Jan 17, HUGH GWYN, Gent., 1,700 acs. near the mouth of Pyankatanke River. 200 acs. of marsh, beg. at a sandy point upon Chisopeiake Bay, extending up Milford Haven Bay, to the narrow, bounded by a great bay called Stengra- bay, being due E. from the mouth of said river, etc. parallel to Rappahannocke Bay, and Sly. parallel to Chiso- peiake Bay. The following names appear: Christo. Higginson, twice, William Parker, Francis Chambers, Rich. Bennett, Mrs. Ann Gwyn, Tho. Taylor, Jon. Knight, twice, Rich. Ingram, James Haire, Jon. Mills, Jon. Bradly, Sarah Allison, Tony a Negroe, Nich. Rey- nolds, Antho. Carr, David Jenkin, Ashwell Bird, Arundell Parris, Allen Luddington, Nich. Gibson, Richard Kirby, Wm. Loyd, Hugh Gwyn, Tho. Dodd, Jon. Averry, Hen. Thacker, Nath. Webster, Hen. Crosby, Howell Powell, William Deane, Eliza. Higginson, Margarett Bivins, Isabell Richerson, Tho. Hartley, Nicholas Jones alias Bonds. Jan. 17, 1642, Page 865.

1642 Jan 17, COLL. HUGH GWYNN, 2000 acs. Gloster Co., P. 67 (530). 1700 acs. near mouth of Peanketanke Riv. & 200 acs. of Marsh beg. at Sandy Poynt that butts upon Cheesepiake Bay, extending up Millford haven Bay unto the Narrows where it is bounded by Sting Graye Bay &c. 300 acs. S. side of Gwynns Island &c. (17 Jan. 1642 & 6 Dec. 1652.)

1641/2 Feb 25: No.l. p.95 A Court “houlden att Charles River” 25 Feb 1641/2, Present: Capt Robert Fellgate, Mr William Pryor, Capt Nioholas Martian, Mr Hugh Gwynn, Capt Rich’d Townshend. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 28.

1642 April 25: No.l. p.96. At a monthly Court for Charles River County 25 April 1642 Present: Capt Xpoher Wormeley, Esqr Mr John Chew, Capt Richd Townshend, Mr Wm Pryor, Capt Jno Cheeseman, Mr Hugh Gwynn, Capt Wm Brocas Esqr, Capt Robt Fellgate, Capt Nicholas Martian. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 28.

1645 October 3: No.2. p. 137 Inventory of the estate of John Eaton as appraised by Edward Peeters and George Beech and sworn to before Mr Hugh Gwin 3 8ber 1645 (3rd Oct 1645), This is a quaint list. It included:
By Sam Seers 300 lb tobo
By John Earle 500
By Anthony Wady 214
By Thomas Floyd 130
By Thomas Sheppard 300
Totals 2702 lb tobo. Exhibited 6 June – by Henry -.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 89.

1646 will of Richd Elrighton w Hugh Gwynn as wit and admin in York Co Va p1

1646 March 25: No.2. p. 103 A Court “March the 25th 1646”, ( 1645/6 ) Present: Capt Nioholas Martiau, Mr Hugh Gwin, Mr John Chew, Mr Rowl: Burnham, Capt John Chisman. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 72.

1646 March 25: No. 2. p. 105 “Christopher Abbott is this Day chosen Constable for the Southside of Hampton parish and to be sworn by Mr Hugh Gwin“. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 73.

1646 March 26: No. 2. p.105 A Court 26th March 1646. Present: Capt Nicholas Martiau, Mr Francis Morgan, Mr Hugh Gwin, Mr Rowland Burnham, Capt Ralph Wormly.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 73.

1646 March 27: N. 2. p. 108 A Court 27 March 1646 (1646) Present: Capt John West Esqr, Mr Row: Burnham, Capt Nioholas Martiau, Mr Robt Vaus, Mr Hugh Gwin.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 75.

1646 March 27: No. 2. p. 112 Judgments confessed “before Mr Hugh Gwin and Mr Row: Burnham”.
Thos Sheppard and Thos Hayles 494 lb tobo to Mr Wm Pryor.
Thos Taylor 250 lb tobo t o Thos Deacon.
Thos Taylor 1200 lb tobo t o Mr Wm Pryor.
Thos Kerby by his attorney Mr Wm Whitby to Mr Richd Lee 250 lb tobo
Edwd Woodly 400 lb tobo to Mr Richd Lee
Thomas Beale 2000 lb tobo to be paid in “porke or catle” due by bill
dated 3 Feb 1645/6 to Arthur Price. Also 180 lb tobo as foregoing
John Holding 230 lb tobo to Nicholas Dale exor of Ralph Watson, Clerk.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 75-76.

1646 June: No.2. p.147 Fif betw Mr Hugh Gwin pltf and Denis Steevens, Jno Smith,
Leift Tho Dobbs and Jno Dyer defts to next ( July ) Court,
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 94.

1649 May 29, RICHARD KEMP, Esqr., Secty. of State for this Colony, 3,500 acs., on Mockjack Bay in Ware River, 29 May 1649, p. 174. According to 2 surveys thereof made 3,000 acs. lyeing towards the narrow of the sd. river, beg. at Snare Cr. etc. crossing the mouth of Creans Cr. etc., which tract is called Hunting Dale. The other 500 acs. beg. at a small cr. dividing it from John Terry, joyning land of Dictoris Christmas, running due E. nye St. Michaells Cr. called by the name of the Meadowes. Due for trans, of 70 pers. into the Colony, assigned him by Capt. Ralph Wormeley, viz: Mrs. Agatha Wormeley, Co: (Col.) Xtopher. Wormeley, Mrs. Mary Wormeley, Mr. Ralph Wormeley, Mr. William Littlewood, Richard Lewis, Robert Cheanine, William Buttler, Teague Bryan, Doctor French, John Blacke, Robert Brown, 1 Negro woman, 1 Negro boy, 12 Negroes; Nicholas Clarke, Nicholas Jernew, Ryon Fletcher, Symon Byle, Robert Huett, A french man, John Losway, Cornelious , 4 Negroes; Hugh Gwyn, John Thomas, Henry Marshall, Thomason a Maid, Jenkin Williams, Morris Prower (or Procier) (?), Henry Hewes, William Watts, Charity his wife, Daniell Gale, Nicholas .

1652 Alex Gwyn transported: THOMAS DODFORD, 100 acs. in the Easterne branch of Eliz. Riv. on the N. side of same. 11 Mar. 1652, p. 31. Trans, of 2 pers: Alex. Gwyn, Eliz. Browne.
https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt

1652 Griffin Gwin transported: EDWARD CANNON & THOMAS ALLEN, 520 acs. Low. Norf. Co., in Linhaven parish, 11 Mar. 1652, p. 190. Beg. on a branch of Mr. Woodhouse’s dam. Trans, of 11 pers: Isaac Worgan, Mary Shewell, Anne Littleton, Tho.
Allen, Griffin Gwin, Geo. Beasly, Henry Shade, Sarah a maid servant, John Maiden, Richard Lee, Thomas Anthony.
https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt

1652 Mar 11, THOMAS DODFORD, 100 acs. in the Easterne branch of Eliz. Riv. on the N. side of same. 11 Mar. 1652, p. 31. Trans, of 2 pers: Alex. Gwyn, Eliz. Browne.

1652 Oct 10, ISAAC RICHESON, 300 acs. Lancaster Co., alias Gloster, 10 Oct. 1652, p. 128. Upon head branches of Atapotomoyes Cr., S. W. upon land of Samuell Sollis & N. E. upon land of John Day. Trans, of 6 pers: Isaac Richeson, Elizabeth Parker, Elizabeth Wells, Wm. Brown, John James, one Negro woman; from Col. Gwynns certificate.

1652 Dec 6, COL. HUGH GWIN (Gwyn) 300 acs. upon W. side of a tract called Gwins Island, being the surplusage of sd. Island, bounded S. W. upon the Narrowes, W. opposite to mouth of Peanketank Riv., S. upon Deep Cr. which lyeth toward S. side of sd. Island. 6 Dec. 1652, p. 120. Trans, of 6 pers: John Cookeley, Nathanl. Walters, Mary Joyce, Robert Wison al. Wiffon (or Wisson), George Pletsoe, Benja. Sarrow, Peter Cade, Humph. Higgins, Susan Parker, Susan Hillary, one Negro woman. Note: Land due for the last five. Land patented for four of the five, one remains still due being the Last.

1652 Dec 21: p.30 Certificate for 50 acres to John Godfrey for transportation of Allexander Gwinn into this Colony. Ordered to be recorded 21 Dec 1652. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v31 Acchawmacke 1651 to 1654. p. 37.

1653 COL. HUGH GWYNN, 200 acs. Lancaster Co., upon N. side of Pieantank Riv., 26 Feb. 1653, p. 47. W. N. W. upon a creek dividing this from land of Col. John Mattron, S. E. upon land of Maj. George Read & S. S. W. upon the River. Trans, of 4 pers: Peter Cade, Hum. Higgens, Susan Barker, Susan Hillery.
https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt

1653 Feb 26, GEORGE TOMPSON, 200 acs. upon the head of 1,000 acs. formerly known by the name of Col. Hugh Gwyns dividend of land in the main, upon S. side of Pieanketank Riv., beg. at a pockhiccory tree which divides this & land surveyed for Col. Higgenson, extending E. S. E. &c. 26 Feb. 1653, p. 44. Trans, of 4 pers: Jno. Bence, Patrick Manough, Mary Lewis, William Foard.

1653 Feb 26, COL. HUGH GWYNN, 200 acs. Lancaster Co., upon N. side of Pieantank Riv., 26 Feb. 1653, p. 47. W. N. W. upon a creek dividing this from land of Col. John Mattron, S. E. upon land of Maj. George Read & S. S. W. upon the River. Trans, of 4 pers: Peter Cade, Hum. Higgens, Susan Barker, Susan Hillery.

1653 Oct 19, GEORGE WADDING, 600 acs. Lancaster Co., upon S. side of Rappa. River, 19 Oct. 1653, p. 71. Beg. upon land of James Bonner, extending along the river to a creek which divides this and land of Patrick Myler &c. Trans, of 12 pers: Geo. Wadding, Thomas Powell, Jno. Williams, Willm. Jones, Margaret Mounford, Abigail Gwynn, Thomas Littlepage, James Johnson, Robert Willett, Jane Hackett, William Rouse, John Linn.

1654 ELIZABETH GWIN, 700 acs. Isle of Wight Co., 23 Mar. 1654, p. 315. About 2 mi. up the lower bay, on the W. side, beg. at a small Hand called Bennetts Park, adj. land of Sam Jackson &c, running to Goose Hill Cr. & to Seawards Cr. Due as Exix. of Hugh Gwin, who patented the land 3 Mar. 1640.
https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt

1657 Mar 15, JOHN CHAPMAN, 250 acs. Gloster Co., Kingstone Parish, upon S. side of Peanketanke Riv. on back of Mr. William Armsteads land, running to Coll. Gwynns marked tree &c. P. 64 (525). (15 Mar. 1657.)

1662 Evan Gwyn is transported to Maryland. Source: AA:186 Film No: Service by 1662; Transcript: 5:529; MSA SC 4341. http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1663 Arthur Gwyn is transported to Maryland. Source: AA:269-70 Film No: Transported himself 1663; Transcript: 5:607; MSA SC 4341-
http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1663 John Gwyn is transported to Maryland. Source: 5:307 Film No: Transported by 1663; MSA SC 4341- http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1664 March 16: Gwyn, Mrs Kath: “Katherine Gwyn Daughter of Collo Sam’ll Griffin and Sarah his wife was born 16th day of March 1664″. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v19 Northumbria 1645 to 1720. pg 64.

1665 Richard Gwyne is transported to Maryland. Source: EE:24 Film No: Transported by 1665; Transcript: 9:25; 15:116-17. Original: LL:112-13; MSA SC 4341- http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1665 Aug 8 – Mr. Guines is mentioned in a land transaction for Thomas Dennett, who receives 700 acres beg’g at Mr. Guine’s Corner by the Dyascun Swamp. James City Co, Va.
http://interactive.ancestry.com/48438/VALandRecords-003308-423/345936?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3fdb%3dFLHG-VALandRecords%26gss%3dsfs28_ms_db%26new%3d1%26rank%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gsfn%3dAmbrose%26gsfn_x%3d0%26gsln%3dGowing%26gsln_x%3d0%26MSAV%3d1%26uidh%3dm37&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnSearchResults&rc=920,459,1057,491;389,540,548,572;546,541,685,572#?imageId=VALandRecords-003127-242 1665 Aug 8 – Mr. Guines by the Dyascun Swamp. James City Co, Va.

1666 July 16: Elizabeth Gwyn of Horton in Gloucestershire, Sister of Rd Feilding, 16 July 1666. 16, 12. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v19 Northumbria 1645 to 1720. pg 64.

1668: Thomas Gwin (Note: Unknown if this is Gowin or Gwin – will need to review document if it can be located)
Birth, Christening and Other Information
Gender: Male
Orphan: Unknown; Position in Parent’s Family: Unknown; Landowner: Unknown; Literate: Unknown; Convict: Unknown
Length of Indenture Year of Indenture: by 1668
Year of Freedom: about 1675
Place of Indenture County: York Colony: Virginia
Research Notes
Comments: Described as a boy in 1668. Source Citations: Benjamin B. Weisiger, York County, Virginia Records 1665-1672 (n.p.: n.p., 1987), 103, quoting York County,
Virginia Record Book 4:186.
http://lumbeeindiansandgoinsfamily.blogspot.com/2008/05/york-county-va-early-records.html

1668 Sarah Gwynn is transp by husb John Gwynn to Maryland. Source: GG:484 Film No: Transported by 1668 by John Gwynn, her husband. Transcript: 11:525; MSA SC 4341- http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1670 Thomas Gwyn is transported to Maryland in service to John Homewood of Anne Arundel County. Source: AA:270,273 Film No: Transported 1658; service to John Homewood of Anne Arundel County by 1670. Transcript: 5:607,610; 12:474; Original: JJ:74; MSA SC 4341-
http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1670 Mr William Head brough A saruant to Colt by name Thomas Guinn who hath Absented himselfe from his saruice at seüall tymes thirty & Fower days, the sd saruant being examined by this Court wherefore he soe absented himselfe, did declare that he had no Cause, but that he had ouer soaked his Come to beat: & that he had rec: noe other abuse, whereupon this Court doth Ordr that he shall sarue for his soe unlawfull departure from his Masters saruice three hundred & Forty days according to act of Assembley in that Case prouided. And this Court doth Further Order that the said Tho: Guinn shall haue tenn Lashes well Layd on upon his bare backe For stealeing of Peopls Connoas from theyer Landings
http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000054/html/am54–297.html

1672 Va Gloucester Co John Gwyn bio p1

1675 John Gwyn is transported to Maryland. Source: LL:441 Film No: Transported 1675 ; Transcript: 15:331; MSA SC 4341-
http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1683 April 16: Grant of 400 acres of land to Hugh Gahan in the Upper parish of Nansemund. Adj to James Griffins land. Transport of: Hen: Pope, Isaac Berkeley, Richd Hagdon, Saml Eyrcen(sp?), Eliz Norton, Ann Clerk, Tho Brown, Richd Taylor. Nansemond Co, Va. Virginia Land Grants, Library of Virginia: p. 26.

1687 Aug 13: Ralph Mathews: Noncupative, proven by Boaz Gwin and Robert Brock. Leg – wife and three children. Overseer, Col Smith or his son Arthur. R. Aug 13, 1687. Pg 269.
Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 39.
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1687 Oct 10: Thomas Parnell: Cooper. Leg. – son Thomas the plantation bought of Mr Francis Ayres and 150 A. of a patent adjoining John Richardson and Peter Hayes; son Joseph land bought of Edmond Palmer, adjoining upon Henry West, Anthony Mathews and Col. Smith, also tract at Curawaugh bought of Col. Arthur Smith; daughter Susannah; wife and three daughters; John Drake; sister Mary Williams; sister Jemima Drake; Joane Johnson; cousin John Williams; cousin Sarah Williams; Boaz Gwin; my man Thomas Williams his freedom. Overseers, John Fulgham, John Williams and Thomas Williams.
D. October 10, 1687. R. June 9, 1688. Wit. Boaz Gwin, Thomas Williams, Robert Littleboy. Page 278. Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 41.
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1688 Nov 26: John Hole: Appraisal byRichard Sharpe, Owen Griffin, Boaz Gwin.
D. November 26, 1688. R. December 10, 1688. Page 288.
Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 43.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-89SG-8FPG?i=48&wc=SJ7K-VZ4%3A344503801%2C344559401&cc=2034267

1689 Nov 4: Stephen Horsefield: Appraisal by Edward Goodson, Robert Brock, Boaz Gwin. Ordered November 4, 1689. Page 304. Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 45.
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1691/2 March 9: John Williams Sr.: Leg. – wife Anne; eldest son John land in Isle of Wight unless he had rather stay in Surry County, where he is now seated; son Theophilus; son William land in Newport Parish; son Thomas land in Surry; son Nicholas land in Surry; son Richard land in Surry; daughter Mary; daughter Jane; granddaughters, Anne, Bridget, and Mary Browne; my boy William Hickman; Daniel Long Jr. Reference to cattle at Thomas Wrights. Wife extx. D. March 9, 1691/2. R. August 9, 1692. Wit. Boaz Gwin, Thomas Gaynie, Alexander Mathews. Page 318. Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 48.
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1692 Dec 31: “Elizabeth Gwyn her Daughter borne the 31 December 1692 and dyed the 28th Janry 1745″. Tayloe Family Bible, “Mt Airy”, Richmond Co., Virginia. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v19 Northumbria 1645 to 1720. pg 64.

1694 Nov 27 John Gwyn living adjacent to Mr George Mason, Mr. Ham, Giles Brent, on Roses Run and Mill Run in Stafford Co
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1694 Va Stafford Co Mason land adj Gwynn marked 1694 Va Stafford Co Nov 27 John Gwyn living adjacent to Mr George Mason, Mr. Ham, Giles Brent, on Roses Run and Mill Run

1696 Va David Gwyn marriage to Katherine Fauntleroy northern neck Va

1696 Feb 5: GWINN
Book 6 f. 193. (folio taken from Index), dated 5 Feb. 1696. proved 15—:(torn)—May 1700 (taken from conveyances on same folio).
. . . the plantation whereon I 1—(torn)—
. . . halfe the Orchard and—(torn) —
S4 wife the one halfe of my Cattle—(torn)—
house hold Goods During her Natura—(torn)—
I Give unto my Sonn William G—(torn)(appears to be Gwinn) —Pattent . . .
. . . unto my Grand Sonn Alexander Gwin—(torn) —
I doe appoynt my Sonn William Gwinn my—(torn)— . . .
witnesses: Edward Weston, The marke of Ann Weston.
—(Signature torn out)—
Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County wills, 1637-1710. pg. 173.

1696 Dec 2: Arthur Smith: Of Lower Parish. Leg. – son Thomas; John Hole, land bought of Richard Hutchins, reversion to his mother Mary Pitt; son George land adjoining William Thomas and Mrs. Burnett, Mr. Sharpe and Henry Wiggs; if my son Arthur departs this life and comes no more to this country, reversion of his land to my grandson Arthur Benn; Jeremy Fly 200 A.; daughters, Jane Benn, Sarah Monro and MaryPitt; if without heirs my land for a free school in Newport Parish; wife. Exs., Arthur and George Smith. Overseer, Capt. James Benn. D. December 2, 1696. R. June 10, 1697. Wit. Henry Applewhaite, Boaz Gwin, Robert Brocke. Page 377. Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 53.
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1697 Dec 9: Arnell Shewmake: Leg. – son Moses; daughter Alice; granddaughter Margery; daughter Frances; beloved wife. D. December 9, 1697. R. February 9, 1698. Wit. Boaz Gwin, Thomas Gaynie. Pg. 399. Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 55. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SG-8FRV?i=60&wc=SJ7K-VZ4%3A344503801%2C344559401&cc=2034267

1697: Boaz Gwin: Inventory presented by Sarah Gwin. Not dated. Page 396. Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 55. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SG-8FRV?i=60&wc=SJ7K-VZ4%3A344503801%2C344559401&cc=2034267

1699 Nov 20: David Gwin – p. 2 – A. “An Attachm’t Issued to David Gwin and Wm Colston as impowered to Collect the Goods and Creditts of Mr. Tho: Loyd dec’d in Right of Mr John Loyd against the Estate of Phillip – Hunings for 634 of Tobacco by Acc Also Attachment Issued to David Gwin and Wm Colston as impowered etc: against the Estate of Phillip Huninge for 550 lb of good Tobacco upon a bill aasigned by Walt’r Pavey Both Executed the 20th of Novemb’r 1699 • , upon the body of on Patrick Macgarr servant to the said Phillip Hunings and was valued at 1200 lb of Tobacco by Geo: Glascock Jno: Suggitt Fran: Lewcas, Jno Battin ( 1 – bottom of page worn away ) Signed: John Tarpley Jr Sheriff (Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume 16, Richmond County, Records 1692 – 1704, Deed Book No.l 1692 – 1693, Deed Book No.2 1693/4 – 1696, Deed Book No.3 – lost., Miscellaneous Records 1699 – 1704, Beverley Fleet, Box 5161 – Saunders Station, Richmond, Virginia. Pgs 70-71)

1700 Va Richmond Co David Gwyn admin estate of Alexander Burnett

1702 Va Richmond Co David Gwyn will abstract

1702 Oct-Nov: Southhampton, Virginia 1701-3. James Moodie commander Muster for October – November 1702 in Virginia Men who left or joined in Virginia:- William Patterson, Thomas Law, John Ledwick, William Reed, Peter Dagger, Thomas Colchester, William Sutter, George Walker, Robert Ferrey, John Evans, Thomas Locker, Elias Jarsay, Peter Nelsthorpe, Thomas Liscome, Daniel O’Neale, Anthony Bray, John Gilchrist, William Hubbent, Peter Parker, John Gewing, Robert Bull, James Ogleby. Admiralty Muster Books, 1701-1703.

1702/3 Feb 2: Gwyn, David, Katherine, Sarah and Elizabeth. See entry Saml Griffin. 2 Feb 1702/3, 17.213. Lieut Coll Saml. Will, 2 Feb 1702/3. 5 Sept 1703. of N. Co.
Gentleman. To Gr-son Griffin Fauntleroy the son of Wm Fauntleroy decd all land in Cherry Point Neck, To Gr-son Wm Fauntleroy another son of Wm Fauntleroy decd land called Quintenneke in Richmond Co, To Gr-son Moore Fauntleroy. To Gr-daus Elizabebh Gwyn and Sarah Gwyn, daus of “my son in law” David Gwyn. To “my Grandson in Law Thos Griffin and my Granddaughter in Law Wimifred Presley” son and dau of “my Son in Law” Leroy Griffin decd. To dau Kath: Gwyn now wife of David Gwyn. To my dau in law Winnifred Griffin widow, late wife of Leroy Griffin decd. To bro in law John Hobbs of London and my dear sister Elizabeth his wife. To my cozen Tho: Hewett son of my sister Mrs Eliz Hobbs. Also to Mrs Hobbs’ son Jno Hewett. To Kath: dau of my sister Kath: Sprigg decd. Ref to Mrs S having other children but does not name
them. To kinsman Coll Wm Tayloe. To Hugh Campbell and Mary Thompson who were my
servants. To my kinsman Saml Godwin. Overseers: Col Wm Tayloe and Mr Saml Godwin in Va and my coz Tho Hewett in England. Wit: Wm Cornish, Wm Medcalfe, Hen Medcalfe, who by oaths prove the will 5 Sept 1703, Re-recorded 15 Sept 1714 by Mr Griffin Fauntleroy. 17. pp 213-215. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v19 Northumbria 1645 to 1720. pg 64.

1702/3 March 13: P.45-A. “Virginia March the 13th 1702/3 Exch: L 62: 9 s. Att Thirty Dayes sight of this my third of Exch’ my first and second not paid pay unto Capt Tho’s Beale Ex’r of Mr Wm Colston the summe of Sixty two pounds and Nine shillings Sterl Make good payment and place it to your owne account. Sr – Your humble Serv’t
David Gwyn. To John Loyd Esq’r Mercht in the Sitty of Chester.
Recorded amongst the Records of Richmond County Court this 2’d day of October an’o Dom 1707. Test: Rec’ed of Capt Thomas Beale first and second bills of Exchange Drawne
upon John Lloyd Esq’r Merchant in Chester ( by Major David Gwyn ) for Sixty two pounds nine shillings the which bills I promise to be accountable for according to order as Wittness my hand this 23’d June 1705. Nath’ll Davis. Recorded amongst the Records of Richmond County Court this 2’d day of October an’o Dom 1707. Test. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg 22.

1704 Va Richmond Co David Gwyn bio

1704 Christopher Gawin Jr is listed on the Quit Rents of Virginia – on 20 acres, Nanesmond Co, Va
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1704 Apr 26 – Christopher Gewin recd 900 acres on the Dragon Swamp. Adjoining the land of Bryant Oquins. Nansemond County, Va.
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http://www.ancestraltrackers.net/va/resources/english-duplicates-lost-virginia-records.pdf (pg 198).

1704 Sept 15: JUDITH RISE of Norfolk County . . . Book 7 f. 52. dated 8 June . proved 15 Sept. 1704. . . . my Sonn John Joyce my whole & Sole Executor & Trustee . . . . . . to my Daughter Eliz. Maning all my Wearing Clothes Except Some y’ I shall give to my Daughf Taylor & one Gold Ring . . . . . . to my Grand Daughr Eliz. Maning one young Ewe . . . to Nicholeis Manning for ye use of his Daughr . . . unto my Daughter Judeth Taylor Nine yards of black Crape . . . . . . to Joseph Pearl the boy wch I brought up, one young Cow . . . to ye Age of twenty one . . . to his Sister Elizabeth Jones one Sow . . . witnesses: Jno. Gibson, mark, Eliz. Gwinn, mark, Jno. Willis. Signed: Judith Rise & Seale. Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County wills, 1637-1710. pg. 173.

1704 Oct 20 – John Harrold recd 230 acr near a swamp called the Dragon Swamp. Beg.g at a pine a line tree of Christopher Gewins land. Nansemond County, Va.
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1707 Sept 20: p. 48-B, Power of Atty, 20 Sept. 1707. James Puckle notary and Tabellion dwelling in London issued Power of Atty of George Purvis of London mariner to Capt Charles Smith of Rappa River in Va mercht to collect a/c from Coll John Battles (John Battaile) of Rappa River, also “from the widdow of Maj’r David Gwyn of Rappahannock River” and others. signed: Geo Purvis. Wit: Walter Cooke, Justin Magrath, John Black. Proved 7 July 1708 in Rd Co Court by oath of John Black, “Proved in Richmond County Court by the oath of Walter Cocke the first day of Sept’r an’o 1708”. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg 24-25.

1712 Dec 22: pp.66-67. At the Court of St James’s, 22 December 1712. A complaint from Virginia made. in 1709 about obstructions between the trade in skins between the Virginia India Traders and the Western Indians; from the People of Carolina. An Act was passed in 1711 regarding boundaries between Virginia and Carolina which was not fair to Virginia, which said Province asks that the Act be repealed. Submitted, Guildford, Robert Monckton, Francis Guyn, T. Holey, J.H.Cotton from Whitehall, 19 December 1712. His Majesty’s Council approves that the said Act be repealed. Privy Council Office Registers pp.1-4 – No.10.A. Acts of the Privy Council. Colonial Series. Vols. 2-5.

1714 June 16 – Christopher Gewin – Adam Harrold 112 acres near the Dragon Swamp. Adjoining the land of Edmond Bemond and Christopher Gewins. Nansemond County, Va.  http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/drawer?retrieve_image=LONN&dir=/LONN/LO-1/010-1/010&image_number=0153&offset=%2B15&name=Patents+No.10+1710-1719&dbl_pgs=no&round=

1714 June 16 – Christopher Gewin – Adam Harrold 112 acres near the Dragon Swamp. Adjoining the land of Edmond Bemond and Christopher Gewins. Nansemond County, Va.   http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/drawer?retrieve_image=LONN&dir=/LONN/LO-1/010-1/010&image_number=0153&offset=%2B15&name=Patents+No.10+1710-1719&dbl_pgs=no&round=

1717 March 5: p. 100-A. Att a Court hold for Richmond County the Fifth Day of March 1717 Mrs Catherine Gwin this Day filed her Bill in Chancery and therein sett forth that her late husband dec’d David Gwin some time before his Death and after the Publication of his last will informed her that there was in his Escrewtore thirty Pounds in ready money and that by reason he had not left his Daughter Catherine any Lands that he did order her to buy his said Daughter with the said Money One Young Nogroe, and that she should have the same over and above her proportionable part of his personall Estate which Orders and Directions were spoke to her in the presence of severall Witnesses, Therefor Prays an Order to be Directed to some Persons to take her Deposition and others for the Manifestation of the premises aforesaid etc Whereupon it is Ordered that Charles Barber and John Tayloe Gent doe meet some time between this and the next Court and take Depositions as aforesaid and that they return the same with this order annext thereto the next Court to be held for this County Copy Test Mr Beckwith cl Cur. The Execution of the within order appears in certain schedules hereunto annexed
Cha: Barber, John Tayloe.
Interrogatones Exhibited to be Administered to the Witnesses to be produced and Examined on the behalf of Katherine Gwyn Jun’r by vertue of the annext ord’r of the Wo’p’full Court of Richmond.
lst Interr: Did you know David Gwyn Gent Dec’d?
2’d Interr: Doe you know or can you remember any directions or order which the said David Gwyn gave on his Death bed for the disposing or laying out of any and what sume of Money which was in his Serutore and to whom was such directions given, and for what purpose and for whose use was the said money to be laid out.
3’d Interr: Was the said David Gwyn at the time of such directions or Order given as aforesaid in perfect Sence and how long was the same before the time of his Decease and whether it was before or after the Publication of his last Will in Writing ?
4th Interr: Was any and what Sume of Money pursuant to the aforesaid Order of the said David Gwyn laid out and disposed of and by whom and what was bought or purchased therewith and for whose use or Service ? Declare the Truth and all that you know relating to the premises to the best of your knowledge, Belief and Rememberance.
Depositions taken 28 March 1718.
Katherine Gwyn Widow being Sworn and Examined Deposeth and saith to the First Interrogatory that she well knew David Gwyn dec’d in the said Interrogatory named, he being her Husband.
p.101-A. To the second Interrogatory the said Depon’t saith that the said David Gwyn some few Days before his Death bid this Depon’t fetch his Will which was in his Scrutore, whioh she accordingly did, and he haveing lookt on the same sometime told this Depon’t that since he had not left his Youngest Daughter Katherine any Land, he said he would have this Depon’t as soon as conveniently could be after his Decease buy her a Young Negroe and that there was money enough in his Scutore for that purpose, or Words to the like effect.
To the third Interrogatory the said Depon’t saith that the said David Gwyn at the time of such order as aforesaid given to her was in perfect Sense to the best of her knowledge and apprehension but how long it was before his Decease she cannot particularly remember, but is certain it was a Considerable time after the Publication of his last Will in Writing.
To the Fourth Interratory the said Depon’t saith that pursuant to her said dec’d husband David Gwyns Order as aforesaid she did sometime after his Death lay out seven and Twenty Pounds of the Cash aforesd and therewith bought a Young Negroe Girl, now a Woman called Moll, which she bought for the particular use and service of her aforesaid Daughter Katherine according to the said David Gwyns aforesaid directions
given to this Depon’t And further this Depon’t saith not. Katherin Gwynn.
Sworne before us: Cha: Barber, John Tayloe.
William Fantleroy Gent being sworn and Examined Deposeth and saith to the First Interrogatory that he did know David Gwyn in the said Interrogatory named, he having marryed this Depon’ts Mother To the Second and Third Interrogatoryes the said Depon’t saith that the said David Gwyn a few Days before his Death being in his perfect sence to the best of this Depon’ts knowledge and apprehension, did in this Depon’ts hearing Order his Wife as soon as conveniently could be after his Decease to buy a Young Negro for his Daughter Katherine, saying he haveing given his two other Daughters Land and his said Daughter Katherine haveing none, for that reason he would have a Negro bought for her which she should have over and above her part of his other Estate, and told her that there was Money enough in his Scrutore for that purpose, or words to the like effect.
p.102. To the Fourth Interrogatory the said Depon’t saith that sometime after the said David Gwyns Death his widow did goe down the River in order to goe on board a Negroe Ship called the Eagle Galley to buy Negroes as this Depon’t understood and was informed, and when she returned brought up some Negroes, and amongst the rest a Negroe Girl, now a Woman call’d Moll, who this Depon’t understood his Mother bought pursuant to the Order of her said dec’ed husband David Gwyn for the use and service of his said Daughter Katherine, but how much the said Negroe Girl cost this Depon’t doth not know, and further this Depon’t saith not. Wm Fantleroy. Sworn before us: Cha’s Barber, John Tayloe. Rec. 7 Aug 1718. Test M: Beckwith Cl Cur. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg 73-76.

1726 Va Stafford Co Sept 26 Hugh Gwyn recvs 800 acres on Acquia Cr. that had been possessed by his father John Gwyn who died and land descended to Hugh img

1726 Sept 26 Hugh Gwyn recvs 800 acres on Acquia Cr. in Stafford Co that had been possessed by his father John Gwyn who died and land descended to Hugh Gwyn
http://interactive.ancestry.com/49389/FLHG_VANorthernNeckLandGrants1-0007?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d49389%26path%3d&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=FLHG_VANorthernNeckLandGrants1-0097 ;  http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/drawer?retrieve_image=LONN&dir=/LONN/NN-3/290-1/290&image_number=0240&offset=%2B13&name=Grants+A+1722-1726&dbl_pgs=no&round=

1727 Joseph Gwein estate account in Charles Co MD Maryland’s Huntington Collection of scanned archives available online
http://guide.mdsa.net/pages/series.aspx?action=viewdetailedseries&id=te1
Beginnings of Gs for wills index in Huntington Collection
http://mdhistory.net/msaref09/msa_te_1_254/html/msa_te_1_254-0152.html (Note: this name may or may not be a “Going” type name. It is close enough to review and see if it shows any evidence of being a Going variation or an error in transcription somewhere along the way. There may be a Gwein family that this actually belongs to, so this may not be a “Going” at all, but worth reviewing).

1728 March 25 – Christopher Gewen, Jr. purchases 150 acres “on the north side of Roanoke River” in Bertie County, North Carolina, March 25, 1728, according to Bertie County Deed Book C, page 23. Bertie Co, NC

1748 April 2 Christopher Gewin will in Edgecombe County, NC
February Court, 1749. Son and Executor: Christopher. Daughter and executrix: Mary Harrell. Grandsons: Lot, Abell and Christopher Harrell. Wits: James Braswell, Benj Braswell, Abraham Dew. Clerk of Ct: Benj Wynns.
https://digital.lib.ecu.edu/viewer.aspx?pid=13766&n=74

1763 Oct 3: Christopher Gewin of Anson, for 30L, to John Carr of same, . . . 100 acres on SW side Pee Dee, where Carr now lives . . . adj. line run by John Shepard . . . Christopher Gewin (SEAL), Wit: Thomas Williamson, Thefehus Baxter, (TB). Vol 3. pg. 96, Anson County, North Carolina.

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