0001 Almost “Gowen/Going” variations . . . but probably not

Almost Gowen/Going/Goyen/Goin, etc, but probably not – Last Names:

These are names that are “close” to being variations of Going/Gowen, etc, but are probably not.  I have reviewed many of these to see if they were possibly a transcription error, in case a clerk misspelled the name in copying the info from one book to another.  Likely a vast majority of these below are not in the Going/Gowen line, but they are worth reviewing just in case.  These are basically guesses that may be related.  I looked for possible misspellings of the surname from sources I ran across that look like a Going-type name, but are not.  Some “may” be transcription errors.  Most will not lead anywhere and are probably spelled correctly, but I wanted a list of these entries so they can be searched and compared in case something in the entries indicates it is a misspelling:

(Names to avoid – already confirmed that they are not Going or Gowen, etc, misspelled):

Henry Soane (Soane surname):  Henry Soane was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses.  He shows up in several land transactions in Virginia – not a Going variant – not a misspelling – see:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Soane

George Goring, Charles Goring, or Lord Goring:  The Gorings were English.  George a member of Parliament – he had at least two sons, George and Charles, who show up in searches in the Virginia Library due to correspondence regarding tobacco production, etc. Not a Going variant or misspelling.   See:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Goring

*Names to Review:

1616 – William Gainye arrived on The George – On October 13 of 1626, Thomas Spelman, William Gainye, William English, and Frances Mason appeared in court in James City and were granted permission to “goe for England”. No reason for the visit is found. Mason and Gainye had family connections, Ganey had also arrived on The George in the 1616 (Dorman, p. ) with Thomas Spelman. Ganey petitioned Governor Wyatt in 1623 for wages and reimbursements owed to him by the deceased Captain Nuse, describing himself as an employee of Nuse who had paid the debts and wages to other employees since Nuse’s death, indicating he may have been an accountant for the Company Land at Elizabeth City. (Jefferson Papers, Vol. 4, p. 455-456) Ganey’s 200 acre land grant describes him as a mariner seated at the harbor of the Hampton River, near Spelman’s plantation. In various records, William Ganey is listed as arriving on the The George, The Bona Nova, and The Treasurer, which could indicate business travel. Records do not indicate that these men were with Spelman when he died shortly after arrival in County Cornwall, England.
https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt

1620 William Gayne is listed in the muster report of Elizabeth Cittie, Va:
WILLIAM GAYNE AND ROBART NEWMAN, THEIRE MUSTER
Location: Elzabeth Cittte
ROBART NEWMAN aged 25 in the Neptune 1618
WILLIAM GAYNE aged 36 in the Bona Nova 1620
JOHN TAYLOR aged 34 in the Swan 1610
REBECCA TAYLOR aged 22 in the Margett and John 1623
JOHN COKER aged 20
RICHARD PACKE aged 23 in the Warwick 1621
ABRAHAM AVELIN aged 22, in thc Elzabeth 1620
ARTHUR AVELIN aged 26, in thc Elzabeth 1620
PROVISION: Corne, 10 barreles; Fish, 200 ct; houses, 1. ARMES: peeces, 5; swords,
2; Coate of male, 1; powder, 2 lb; lead, 40 lb.
(Source): Adventurers of Purse and Persons, Virginia, 1607-1625 and Their Families, COMPILED AND EDITED BY ANNIE LASH JESTER IN COLLABORATION WITH MARTHA WOODROOF HIDEN , F.A.S.G.

1620 – William Gayne is listed in the Muster of Inhabitants of Virginia, Aged 36 – in the Bona Noua, Va – Elizabeth Cittie. https://archive.org/stream/originallistsofp00hottuoft#page/266/mode/2up

1621 April 17: f. 293 17 April 18 James I. A commission granted to Sir William Paddy,  Mathew Guynne and others to set down in writing directions for garbling and distinguishing of tobacco. Andrews Guide, p.16. Lists and Indexes XLIII, p.14. Calendar of State Papers. Extracts from the Patent Rolls 1-20 James I.

1623 – William Gones is noted as transported to America in a land transaction for a Captain William Epes, of Accomacke, 450 acs on the Easterne Shoare of the Bay of Chesepeiacke, nere unto the plantation of Accomacke, 3 Feb 1626, p. 49. Nly. on the mouth of Kings Cr. parting this from the land belonging to the place of Secretary, Sly. towards the pursimond ponds, Ely. along the shore of the sd. Bay of Chesepeyacke &c. Due for trans. of 9 men: William Gones (or Jones), William Gallaway, John Barker, Edward Rogers, & Thomas Warden, whoe all arrived in the Anne 1623; Nicholas Raynbeare (or Raynbeard) in the Swann in 1624, Henry Carter in the James 1624 & assigned over to him by William Streate Marriner; & Richard Reeve (or Reene); & John Robbins in the Returne 1625.  (Note:  possibly “Jones”, and possibly not a misspelling – maybe just “Gones” – listed because its “possibly” a Goin type variation).
http://interactive.ancestry.com/48408/CavaliersPioneers-005066-577?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d48408%26path%3d&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=CavaliersPioneers-004489-7

1623 Feb 16 – William Gayne (age 39) is on the List of the Living in Virginia, Elizabeth Cittie. https://archive.org/stream/originallistsofp00hottuoft#page/198/mode/2up

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

1624 – Rebecca Taylor, 1623 voyage, aged 22 at muster Elizabeth City with Robart Newman and William Gayne. http://www.packrat-pro.com/ships/margaretjohn.htm

1624, Jan 12, Sir Francis Wyatt to WILLIAM GAINYE, 200 acres, Jan. 12, 1624, Marriner. In the parish of Kiccoughtan, Eliz. City Co., near land of Elizabeth Dunthorne and Wm. Gapps. For his personal right & trans, of: Wm. Gainye, who came in the Treasurer in 1617, John Shippey & John Cooper, in the Treasurer in 1617, & Robert Browne in the Marigold in 1618, whose passage he defrayed for Mr. Robt. Gire.

1624 Va George Gower will p1

1624 Feb 8: William Geny sworne and Examed sayeth yt Capt Martin told this Examinat that it was A plott of ye Compey (meaninge the Virginia Compeny) Wth mr Rastell that he
should bringe him by the waye of Canada to make him away, And hath harde him saye
it at severall tymes.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 46.

1624 Feb 8: Yt is ordered yt Wm Geny shall paye presently ten barrells of Corne dew by his bill, bearinge date the 13th of Aprill 1623, and also feach mr Chew one shallopps ladinge of corne from the eastern shore by the first daye of Aperell now next Cominge.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 47.

1624 Oct 10: George Menefre marchant sworne and Examined sayeth that Wm Geyny told the marchant of the shipp that Capt Marten Cam in, how that he harde Capt Marten say that the Company had hired him to make [an end ?] of him wth ye marchant denying,
Wm Geyny justified it to him that he spake it before A great Company.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 21.

1624 Oct 10: Robert Sweete gent sworne and Examined sayeth that hee harde Capt John Marten demand of divers the planters at Kickotan whether they had receved Satisfactions for the wrongs had been offerd them. wch yf they had nott he bid them lett it rest untill he
cam upp and then he wold see they should be Satisfied for he had order to see them
Satisfied, And alsoe sayeth that he harde Wm Geyny saye that Capt Jo: Marten said
that the Compeny and Rattsden had laid a plott to make an end of him. And alsoe he
hard Capt Marten told divers of the planters at Kickatan that yf they had nott paid the
Taxes agreed one by the late general Assembly, that they should not pay it, for when he
Cam upp he had that to Shew that those wch had paid hould receive it againe, And
that such Tobacco as was dew to be paid to Mr Threafnre[r] by Capt Whitaker, there
was an order to Come owt of England that Mr Threafurer should nott Receave A depte
of him. And for the sharinge of the 500lb geven by Duft and Ashes this Examinat
affirmeth as much as formerly hath been spoken by Mr Stogden.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 21.

1624 Nov 25: Whereas Mrs Ann Geyny intends that she hath wronge done her by Capt Whittakers, and desireth that his passage may be staid untill her husband come home to follow the suite against him, Capt Whittakers produceth these depositiones on his behalfe, And desireth to have free libertie of passage into England in regarde, she putteth in no Causione to Answere ye damages of his stay wch are very greate his Tobacco being ready shipped, and he provided for ye voiage wth his wief and children and she refuesinge to Commence ye suit before her said husbands retourne wch is uncerten and Casuall.
It is ordered yt Capt Whitaker: uppon this occasione shall not be staide, The rather
for that the said Ann Geny hath not orderly proceded, by way of peticione proferred in
Courte of her wrongs, or to have him staide.
Examinations taken the 16th of November 1624 by Capt Raleigh Croshow Concerninge Capt Whittakers
– Clement Dilke aged about 26 yeers, sworne and Examined sayeth that uppon the
16 Day of this instant November or thereabouts Mrs Geny being demanded the some or
quantity of 325“ waight of Tobacco by Capt Whittakers in the behalfe of Mr Threar, she
made answere, yt she had neither any ready or a leafe taken downe, desiringe that the
payment of it might be deferred untill her husbands Cominge in, or woords to ye same
or ye like elfect – Clement Dilke
– Richarde Frishby aged about 34 yeers sworne and Examined sayeth, yt when Capt
Whitakers demanded certen Tobacco of Mrs Geny, she swore as god save her she had
not a leafe Taken downe – Ric: Frishbie
– Thomas Morys aged about 22 yeers sworne and Exa sayeth yt Capt Whittakers sent
him to Francis Masons to lett Mrs Geny know yt his Capt staide at her howse to receave
Tobacco who when he had delivd his Capts message to Mrs Geny she presently answered
yt she had nott any taken downe, but he replyed, that there was no man in the lande
but had Tobacco ready and payable before that Tyme, or words to yt effect, she againe
replyinge, yt she wold pay none untill her husband cam home, and then Wt was dew
shuld be paide.
These examincons taken ye 22nd of November 1624
The marke X of Thomas Moris
– Eliza Cittie: The depositione of Robert Browne taken before all ye Com
ye xviijth day of November 1624
The said Depont swereth yt Mrs Geny had in her howse, when Capt Whitakers cam
and demanded Tobacco for Mr Thresrer in leaf and well condiconed (at leaft) one
Thousand pound of Tobacco fittinge to pay Away
Robert X Browne his marke.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 31-32

1625 Jan 3: Mr Abraham Peersie doth teftifie yt Wm Geny refused to make Satisffaction to Capt Tucker for Mr Rastells dept according to his covenant, except Capt Tucker would Satisfie an Accompt wch there he did produce.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 85.

1625 Jan 3: Wm English gent sworne and examined sayeth yt Mr Rastell before his departure, left order wth this deponent and Capt Tucker for to allow of fuch Charges as Mr Geny should approve to have laude owt for apparell for Mr Rastells servants wch then were remayninge wth Mr Geny, and yt they in theire discresione should finde Mr Genys accompte to be reasonable.
Capt Tucker doth acknowledge, yt there are Certen accompts dew from Mr Rastell to Mr Geney, But Mr Rastell told Capt Tucker yt he would nott allow of those accompts
wch Mr Geny chalenged from him.
Yt is ordered yt in regard Mr Wm Geny hath fayled in performinge of an order of Court
bearing date [blank] &c in not bringinge over a shallops ladinge of Corne for Mr Chew,
And after uppon a second agreement for ye bringing over of fortie boushell of Corne in
lew therof for Mr Chew & hath fayled of performence of yt also, yt is ordered he shall pay
twenty boushell of good Indyan Corne to Mr Chew or his assignes in James Cyttie presently And yt he remane prysoner untill he hath paid ye same.
Yt is ordered yt Nicholes Weafell for takinge awaye Henry Geneys boate wthout his
leave or knowledg wch there uppon was buldge [bildged] and spoyled, beinge A Tenant
to halfes shall ferve the said Henry Geny for this yeere, The said Henry Geny discharginge his rent dew to the Compeny beinge two hundred waight of good marchantable Tobacco stript and three barrells of good Indyan Corne, and to give securitie for the payment therof, And the said Henry Geny to finde him sufficient meate drinke and Apparell duringe that Tyme.
Yt is ordered yt Henry Geny for his Contempt in goinge A Tradinge Contrary to the
proclamation shall pay three hundred waight of the best marchantable Tobacco, to be
ymployed for the Buildinge of the new Bridges at Elezabeth Cyttie, and to putt in good
securitie for the good behaviour theerafter, wch Tobacco shal be brought home to Capt
Tuckers howse.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 86.

1625 May 2: Yt is ordered ye the Company give satisfaction to mr Horwood for two hogshed of meale and one hogshed of pease whch William Geny receved of him for Capt muce & ymployd by him for the Company.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 57.

1625 May 2: Wm Geny sworne and exmd sayeth, that mr Eden was content to accept of him for the payment of twentie bushell of Corne, being Dew from Mr Threarer And yt this
Deponent Did promise to give mr Eden satisfactione for it.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 57.

1625 May 11: Beale and Leonards versus Rastell and Griffith. 128-124. Examination of Thomas Hamonds age 25 of Limehouse, Middlesex shows that he has known Henry Beale and Peter Leonarda for two years and Humphrey Rastell for 15 months, but does not know Pierce Griffiths. In answer to interrogatories Hamond says that Beale and Leonarda were reputed to be the owners of a ship called the UNITYE. Secondly he states that Beale and Leonards, chartered the UNITYE to Rastell and Griffiths who put on board merchandise. and passengers to be shipped to Virginia and other plantations. The Master was Tobias White. The ship left the Thames in April last, but as the year was already partly gone the Master was ordered to sail to New England instead of Virginia. In New England they landed some merchandise. Rastell hired a bark and put the passengers and their food on board and sailed to Virginia, ordering the UNITYE to await his return. After 3 months the Master of the UNITYE received orders to sail for Virginia. This was nearly the end of December and the Master knowing that he would meet with contrary winds, and because there were hardly any provisions left decided to return to England. Hamond goes on to say that while the ship was in New England no storms occurred and that another ship, name unknown, which was there at the same time – Master William Gayney – did sail to Virginia and arrived safely. (9 pp)
High Court of Admiralty: Oyer & Terminer Records 1622-1625.

1625 June 6: Wheras Mr William Geny is by bond to pay Mr Rastell five hundred waight of Tobacco & eight barrells of Corne of wch there is to be abated for a man yt died in Awgust fiftie waight of Tobacco and a barrell of eares, And wheras Mr Geny bringeth in an Accompt, to default of the saide dept, Capt Tucker doth allow for the said Accompt
150 waight of Tobacco, provided that yf heerafter Mr Rastell shall show Sufficyent
cause to this Courte, why the said 150 waight of Tobacco shuld not be allowed to
Mr Geny, That then Mr Geny shal be lyable to give him satisfaction.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 87.

1625 Oct 16: Yt is ordered yt there be a warrant sent for Henry Geny doe appear before the Governor & Counsell at James Cyttie wthin ten days next after sight of the warrant, to answere to his Contempt in goinge A Tradinge, Contrary to the Act of the generall Assembly.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 73.

1625 Nov 27: Yt is ordered yt a warrant be sent to Lvt Barry yt yf the Controversie depending between him and Henry Geny canot be ended at ye Court at Elizabeth Cyttie yt then Livt Barry do appere heere one this daye three weeks to answer to said Henry Geny to his suite.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg77.

1626 Jan 12, At this Court Henry Gainye was plfented before y Gouerno’ & Councill by y Prouoft Marfhall for drunkennes, wherevppon it was ordered that hee fhould enter into bond of his good behauior in 300 1 To: & pay the prouoft Marfhall twenty waight of Tobacco as being the halfe of his fine & due for informing. The fame time Robert Adams was plfented likewife for drunkennes by y* Provoft Marfhall, & y e like cenfure inflidled on him as vppon y e faid Henry Gainy.
https://archive.org/stream/minutesofcouncil00virg#page/132/mode/2up

1626 Jan 12 – Willm Gaines is listed as a tennant to Capt Tucker, in Va. James Citty. If this is the same William Gayne as listed above, he is now 42 years of age. https://archive.org/stream/minutesofcouncil00virg#page/136/mode/2up

1626 Jan 12: The Order in WC“the Tenants of y° Company are diftributed to the
Gouernor & Councill the 12”‘of January 1626.
To the Governor
I. Thomas Haruy, Chrift: Windmill, Edward Marshall,
Willm Baker, Robert Goodman, Nicolas Wessell,
John Lankfeild, Cutbert Person, Tho: Harding,
Edward Johnson, 10. Francis Hill, John Jaxon,
Willm Fowler, John Gibbs, Tho: Bennet,
John Warde, Willm Evans, 18. John Smyth.
To y° Surueyo’ – To Capt West
Wm Joyes, Ralfe Osborne
& Wm Hampton
200 ‘To: john jefferson
’ To Capt. Smyth, To Capt: Mathewes
Francis Fowler, Christ: Readhead
Christ: Lawson, John Butterfeild
Steven Webb, Rich: Alford
To Mr Persey, To Capt: Tucker
Willm Pilkinton, Tho: Dunthorne
John Tios, John Penrise
Ismael Hill, William Gaines
Mr Farrar, To ye pluoft Marshall
Tho: North, Reignold Godwine
John Heiny,
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 137.

1626 Oct 13: William Gainye given a pass to go to England with Will’m English, Thos Spilman, and Ffrances Mason.
A Court at James Citty the 13*^ of Octob., 1626, present S’r George Yeardley, Knt., Governor, &c, Capt. West, Doct’r Pott, Capt. Smyth, Capt. Mathewes, Mr. Persey, Mr Claybourne, Capt. Tucker & Mr fferrar.
At this Court Mr Will’m Gainye, Will’m English, Tho. Spilman & ffrances Mason had a graunt of their passes to goe for England
https://archive.org/stream/virginiamagazine26bruc/virginiamagazine26bruc_djvu.txt

1626 James Citty Va court testimony regarding William Gainy and wife, regarding the death of a servant they had hired:
A Court at James Citty the 24th day of October 1626, present S’r George Yeardley, Knt., Governor 8cc, Capt Roger Smyth, Mr Clayboume & Capt Tucker
1. Steven Dixon sworn & examined sayeth yt uppon the 29th day of July last past at Mr English his house He [?], Anthony Asson & Mrs Ganye cam.e running upp from ye waterside into ye house, & the said Anthonye prayed this deponent to goe downe suddenly to ye waterside, for yt Mr Ganeys boy named Thomas Canadye was stucke in the mudd & was like to be drowned, soe when this deponent came downe he could not see any part of the boy above water, then presently. Mrs Ganey said to this deponent that ye said Anthony did not borrow ye boy of him, neither did he lend him unto him what measure can he make unto my husband, & this deponent saved, I know not, the next day about ten of o ‘clock in ye morning this deponent, it being low water went thither & found ye boy uppon ye mudd where ye water had ebbed away fro’ ye body about five strides, then this deponent went & told Mrs Gany, who intreated this deponent to goe to Mr English his house & and take one of his men to helpe to make a grave & soe to bury him, w’ch this deponent did performe. And further this deponent sayeth yt when hee tooke upp the body it laye uppon ye mudd lyeing over one side & his leggs a little crooked, more- over this deponent sayeth yt were [where] he found ye body hee thinketh yt ye water is about as deep as his middle, but hee thinketh by Mrs Ganye her words unto how yt ye body was removed about ten foote fro ‘ ye place were [where] ye boy was drowned: And further this deponent sayeth yt he could not perceive yt ye said Anthony Asson had walked or gone into ye water to save the boy.
It is the opinion of the main part of the table [court] that Anthony Asson shall pay for his offence in sending a boy nam.ed Thomas Canadye over a creeke at Keconghton uppon Mr Gainy’s land to fetch his Canoe on the other side whereby the said boy was drowned, viz: one hundred weight of tobacco to Mr Wm Gainy who had hyred ye boy for yt yeare & two hundred waight more to Mr Humphrey Rastell whose servant he was; for that it appeareth that he ye said Anthony might w’thout doubt have saved the boy by wading a little into ye water, & for yt he had not asked leave of anyone to have the said boy to fetch his Canoe.
finis Curiae
[55 is not among transcripts it is probable that the order of the court, preceding, was p. 55]
https://archive.org/stream/virginiamagazine26bruc/virginiamagazine26bruc_djvu.txt

1626 Nov 6, James Cittye Court regarding an offense of Henry Gainye:
A Court at James Cittye the 6th day of November 1626, present, S’r George Yardley, Knt., Govemor &c, Doctor Pott, Capt. Smyth & Mr Claybourne
1. Whereas Henry Gainye hath formerly by an order of Court bene amerced & condemned to paye 300 li. of Tobacco for an offence commited by him in trading for come contrary to a proclamation in yt case p ‘vided it is thought fitt in regard of divers considerations & ye porre estate of ye sd Henry Gainye yt there shalbe 200 li. of ye said tobacco remitted & released unto ye said [p. 37] Henery & that he shall likewise have a discharge & release fro’ ye bond of his good behaviour for that offen se & trespass commityed.
https://archive.org/stream/virginiamagazine26bruc/virginiamagazine26bruc_djvu.txt

1627 Feb 12: A court at James Citty: It was ordered that a Condition of Adminiftration on the estate of Henry Gainy late of Elizabeth Citty deceased, should be graunted unto Augustine Leake of the fame place gent.
Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676.

1628 Sept 20, LT. THOMAS FLINT, 1000 acs. upon the Southerne shoare of Warwicke Riv., 20 Sept. 1628, p. 59. Ely. upon land of Robert Poole, Gent., Wly. towards the head of sd. river, adj. next unto the ground graunted by pattent unto John Rolfe/ Esqr., dec’d., & Capt. William Peirce, & S. upon the maine river. Due by act of Court the 9 Feb. 1627, for trans, of 20 pers., whoe came in the Temperance in 1621 for the account of Sir Georg Yeardley, Kt., & sett over unto the sd. Lt. Flint, viz: Maxmillian Stone, Elizabeth his wife, Georg Whitehand, Thomas Newson, Thomas Mann, Thomas Harris, Thomas Powis, William Chelmedge, Jon. Wray, Phillipp Smith, Richard Gregory & John Moyer, Peter Mason, Henry Rowen, Nath. Thomas, William Brooke, John Phillipps, John Bradford, John Penny, & George Deverell.

1632 Abel Gower will in Warwick Va p1

1634 –William Gayne is listed on Colonial Records of Va. Elizabeth Cittie (he would now be age 50). https://archive.org/stream/colonialrecordso00virg#page/52/mode/2up

1634 July 9: Transcript. p.19.
Original p,33. Abstract, Edward Gaines ( or Edward Games ) “aged 30th yeeres “sworn this 7th day of July, says Capt Jno Stone borrowed from Jno Foster 6 bbl of corn to spend for his company. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1632 to 1637. p. 18.

1634/5 March: Transcript p.29 Original 46. Abstract,
Edward Games aged 28 and John Joanes 22 yeeres ore ther abouts” sworn, say Robt Swanson asked them to go with him to meet Mr Mellinge re the plantation. Some further detail including that Swanson said “my bargaine was for comodytyes and not tobacco”.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1632 to 1637. p. 30.

1635 April 13: Transcript p.31 Original p,48 Abstract
Wm Cozier petitions far 50 acres for himself and 50 acres for his mate Edward Gaines ( or Edward Games ) “which this board doth grant unto as lease land upon such conditione and rents as is granted to others”. The land N, upon Wm Smith, W, on Bayside and S. on the Gleab land and E, into the woods.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1632 to 1637. p. 31.

1635 June 5, MR. NATHANIELL HOOKE, 200 acs. 2^4 mi. up the Pagan point Cr. up- on the W. side, 5 June 1635, p. 247. For his own per. adv. & trans, of 3 pers: Tho. Boyer, Rich. Dunningham, Patrick Vaughan.

1635 June 24, CAPT. ADAM THOROWGOOD, (Thoroughgood), 5350 acs. lying Nly upon Chesopean bay, to begin at the first Cr. of that river, running to a broad cr. that shooteth behind a long point of land Wly. into the maine land, Sly. up the Riv. to a little island shooting into Chesopean Riv., E. upon the same, this land lying upon the W. side & if in case these bounds or neck of land doe not include the sd. 5350 acs. then he shall measure upon the sd. first Cr. soe farr as the remainder of his sd. acres shall extend. Sd. land graunted at the especiall recomendation of him from their Lordshipps & others his Majesties most Honble. privie Councell to the Govr. & Councell of State for Va. 24 June 1635, p. 179. Also due as followeth: 50 acs. for his per. adv., 50 acs. for per adv. of his wife Sarah Thoroughgood & 5250 acs. for trans, of 105 pers: Trans, of himselfe, wife Sarah, and Thos. Thoroughgood, Francis Newton, James Leading, Stephen Bernard, Jon. Newarke, Edward Pitts, Rich. Jenerie, Wm. Edwards, Dennis Russell, Jon. Barnards, Jon. Waters, Jon. Leake, Thomas Johnson, Jon. Bradston, Richard Jego, Thomas Brooks, Jon. Moyse, John Penton, Edward Parish, Thomas Melton, Augustine Warner, Tho. Chandler, Andrew Chant, John Percie, Edmund Wallis, Thomas Boulton, Robert Heasell, Richard John- son, Margaret Bilbie, Jane Prosser, Jane Westerfield, Ann Spark, Susan, Colson, in the Hopewell in 1628, John Harris, John Lock, Andrew Boyer, Thomas Boyer, in the True Love in 1628, Thomas Keeling, Rachell Lane, in Hope- well in 1628, William Hines, Edward Reynolds, Wm. Hookes, Edward Palmer, Edward Jones, John Dyer, in the french ship in 1629, Victo Fraford, Casander Underwood, Merciful Halley, Ann Long, Dorothy Wheeler, Ann Allerson, in the Africa, Eliz. Gosmore in the Christopher & Mary, Francis Bramly in the Ark, John Writt, Wm. Fawne, Wm. Was, Georg Mee, Gilbert Gye, John Enies, James Wilsonn, Daniell Hutton, Wm. Gastrock, Wm, Speed, Jon. Reynolds, in the Hopewell in 1633, Jon. Wake- feild, James Belly, Patrick Blacock, Stephen Swaine, John Cowes, Ann Boulton, in the Bona Adventure in 1634, Wm. Fletcher, in Mr. Middleton, 1634, Robert Westwell in the Merchants Hope in 1634, Robert Spring in the Jon. & Dorothy, Adam Thoroughgood, Edward Windam, Cob. Howell, Tho. Creaser, Henry Hill, Roger Ward, Jon. Withers, Wm. Holton, Wm. Kempe, Humphrey Heyward, Jon Al- porte, Symond Stanfeild, Robt. Gainnie, Thomas Smith, George Whitehead, Henry Franklin, Jon. Hill, Joseph Sedgwick, Arthur Eggleston, Richard Poole, Jon. Holton, Stephen Withers, Christ. Newgent, Jon. Brewton, Thomas Atmore, Mary Hill, Henry Wood in the Jon & Dorothy in 1634, Wm. Burroughs, Ann Burroughs, Ann White- thorne, Eliza. Creaser, Eliza Curtisse, Mary Hill, Jr., Wm. Atkins.

1635 Aug 26, CAPT. FRANCIS EPPES, (Epes), 1700 acs. in the Co. of Chas., 26 Aug. 1635, p. 280. E. upon Bayly his Cr., S. into the maine land, W. upon Cason his Cr. up Appamattuck Riv. & N. upon the maine river. 50 acs. for his per. adv. & 1650 acs. for trans, of 3 sons: Jon. Epes, Fr. Epes, Tho. Epes & 30 servts: Jon. Long, Jon. Baker, Tho. Warden, Jon. Joyce, Tho. Foanes, Tho. Cropp, Rich. Stayle, Rich. Huett, Geo. Addams, Sarah Hickmore, Thomas Pattison, Anth. Box, Jonath. Ellison, Barth. Swinborne, Silvester Atkins, Robt. Fossett, Ja. Row- land, Ann Turner, Geo. Archer, Hugh James, Jon. Nowells, Bashaw, Juliana, Andrea, Maydelina, Cessent, Negroes, Rich. Litchfeild, Edward Ames, Susan Mills, James Long. Note ; Surrendered & renewed by Sir Georg Harvey. Rich. Kemp, Seer.

1635 Sept 17 Wm Gany and family and servants transp to James City Va 1 marked

1635 Sept 17, WILLIAM GANY, 1250 acs. Acco- mack Co., 17 Sept. 1635, p. 286. On Nwd. side of the mouth of Hungar Cr., adj. land of William Andrewes, W. upon the Bay, E. with the breadth of the maine Cr., etc. 200 acs. for the per. adv. of his wife Ann Gany, his two children: William & Ann; his brother Henry Gany & 1050 acs. for trans, of 21 servts: Edward Stockden, Roger Fearebrace, Jon. Collins, Tho. Collins, Samll. Wools, Jon. Hedlen, Jon. Pullapin, Robt. Browne, Thomasin Lux, Anthony a Negroe, Jon. Wright, Nicho. Clarke, Jon. Hether, Tho. Savage, Eliza. Browne, Wm. Baldwin, Jon. Sparkes, Jon. Evans, Nich. Jordan, Wm. Cole, Tymothy Joane; the name of Wm. Ganv is also included. Renewed by Sir John Harvey in the name of Thomas Burbage. Test: Tho. Cooke.

1635 Nov 6, PEIRCE LENNON, 300 acs. Chas. Citty Co., 6 Nov. 1635, p. 295. Neare adj. to Weyenoake, bounded W. upon Matchocoes Cr., W. N. W. into the woods, S. upon James Riv. 50 acs. for per. adv. of his wife Rebecca Lennon & trans, of 5 pers: James Turner, Tho. Chote, Jon. Probat, Jon. Kerne, Georg . Note: Pattern surrendered & renewed in the name of Henry Rowen. Tho. Cooke, Clr.

1636 May 20: Transcript p.54 Original p.74
Henry Charelton aged 28th yeares ore therabouts sworne and examined Deposeth and sayeth, That mr Gayny ( this name may be Gagny or Ganny) did not put in Hoes, Axes, Copper and knifes according to his covenants betwixt mr Melling and him and for want of such truck the said Mr Melling overthrew his voyage this is all this depon’t can say.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1632 to 1637. p. 57

1636 May 31, Cheney Boyes (Boyse), of Charles City, “an Ancient planter before the time of Sir Thomas Dale,” patents May 31, 1636, p. 40 and p. 68. Burgess for Shirley Hundred Island, 1629 and 1632.

1636 Aug 8: Transcript p.55 Original 75
Wm’ll Smith aged 25th ore ther abouts sworne and examined sayeth that Edward Gaines said that if Richard Thompson went to his canew the said Gaines said that ono of us tow shall fall, this is all.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1632 to 1637. p. 58.

1636 Sept 9, JOHN WILKINS, 1300 acs. Acco- mack Co., 9 Sept. 1636, p. 378. On the E. side of Nansamund Riv., beg. on the S. side of the first br., running S. W. by W. along the Cr., E. S. E. into the woods, N. E. upon land of Mr. White & butting W. upon land of James Knott. 50 acs. for his own per adv. & 1250 acs. for trans, of 25 pers: Bridgett Craft, Agnis Medlam Rosomae Yetman, Henry Medcalfe, Georg Lee, Paul Trendall, Tho. Vincent, Joane Harman, Richard Ganes, Mary Wells, David Kiffin, Wm. Woolfe, Richard Leake, Wm. Hutchinson, Antho. Stensby, Robert Stackhowse, William Willbourne, Michaell Bryant, William Cozier, Rowland Raine, Edward Writt, Stephen Barnett, William Crossman, Thomasin, a maid, his Negroe.

1636 Sept 14, WILLIAM RAINSHAW, 150 acs. Eliz. Citty Co., 14 Sept. 1636, p. 382. Being a neck of land some 3 mi. up Eliz. Riv., bounding Sly. into the woods, Nly. upon the maine river, Ely. & Wly. upon a Cr. Trans, of 3 pers: James Ashf eild, William Boyer, Nicholas Berrye.

1636 Nov 26, ANTHONY JONES (Joanes), 100 acs. Warwicksquicke Co., 26 Nov. 1636, p. 402. Butting on Pagan point baye Wwd., into the woods E. on N. side of sd. Cr. & on S. side of the river. Trans, of 2 pers: Richard Loe ((or Lee), Thomas Randall.

1636 Nov 28: Transcript p.58 Original p.80
Stephen Charleton aged 37th or ther abouts sayeth that Edward Gams was to have 150 lb of tobacco per mounth, and noe corne.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1632 to 1637. p. 63.

1636 Dec 26, FRANCIS HOUGH, of Nansamund, to HUMPHRY SCOEN, assignment of full right, title &c. to 300 acs., which is for 6 servants belonging to sd. Hough. 26 Dec. 1636, p. 540. Signed: Francis Hough. Witnesses: Thomas Addison & Jon. Skinner.

1637 Thomas Games: witnesse Leonard Calvert Commission to Thomas Games mariner. p. 29 Cecilius Lord Proprietr of the Provinces of maryland and Avalon, Lord Baron of Baltemore &c to all psns to whom these pnts shall come, greeting. Know you that we for divers good considerans vs therevnto moving, have given & granted and by these pnts doe give & grant vnto the bearer hereof Thomas Games mariner, full and free power liberty licence and authority to passe & transport himselfe & his vessell out of our Province of maryland and throughe any parts hereof & to trade & commerce for come beaver or any other commodities with the dutchmen in Hudsons river or with any Indians or other people whatsoever being or inhabiting to the northward with out the Capes commonly called Cape Henry and Cape Charles, willing and requiring all such as shall accompany him in the said voyage to be obedient to him in all his lawfull commands; and also willing & requiring the said Tho. Games not to sell or barter or otherwise give or lend any armes powder or ammunition vnto any Indian or forreigner whatsoever vpon paine of such severe punishmt as such a crime shall deserve And we will that this our Commission continue in force for the space of one whole yeare ensuing the date hereof. Given at our ffort of St maries this 1 2th ffebr: in the yeare of Or Lord &c 1637 witnesse Leonard Calvt &c.
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/GAINES/2002-12/1039556256

1637 May 9: Answer of Thomas Gower, (3p) John Redman agreed to pay William Anthony £33-10 for every ton of tobacco laden by him on the Safety. In all there were 20 1/2 tons, in 82 hogsheads all of which Redman sold to Gower except one. High Court of Admiralty. Answers. 1637. Index to H.C.A. vol. I.

1637 May 22, WILLIAM PARRY, 350 acs. in the Up. Co. of New Norf., 22 May 1637, p. 426. At the entering into the narrow of the Eastermost branch of Nansamond River. Due for the trans, of his wife Ann, & 6 pers: Eliza. Greenwoods, Rich. Ridges, Hugh Jones, James Merfee, Wm. Joanes, Joseph Crosia.

1637 June 17: Answer of Jeremy Blackman (3p) John Sadler, William Guyney and Co. were adventurers in a plantation in Virginia called Merchant Hope and put Goodbourne on the Globe to go to the Plantation along with a chest and other goods. Goodbourne died on the voyage and the goods were given to William Barker the administrator of his estate.
High Court of Admiralty. Answers. 1637. Index to H.C.A. vol. I.

1637 July 13, HANNAH BOYES, daughter & heire of Luke Boyes, late of Henrico, 300 acs., 13 July 1637, p. 435. N. W. upon the river & joyning upon land of her Mother Alice Edloe on the E. 50 acs. due in right of her father, to whom it was due for his per. adv. & 250 acs. for trans, of 5 servts. by her father: Thomas Lewis, Robert Hallum, Joseph Ryall, Edward Holland, Oliver Allen.

1637 Aug 14, MARGARETT ROGERS, Widdowe, 500 acs. in the upper Co. of New Norf., 14 Aug. 1637, p. 448. 300 acs. Nly. upon Crosse Cr., butting upon land lately belonging to Thomas Jorden, a small Cr. runing between, Sly. into the woods neare unto a path crossing the head of the Cr. 200 acs. adj. sd. land towards the reedy Sw, & runing Sly. into the woods. Due for trans, of 10 pers. at the costs of her late dec’d. hus- band Edward Rogers. Provided never- thelesse that whereas the sd. Margarett Rogers is now with child by the sd. Edward Rogers that if the child bee borne with life that then the inheritance of the sd. land to belong to sd. child. The following names appear: Joane Davis, Christ Thorpe, Nicholas White, John Bordman, Jon. Home, Tho. Bul- mur, Randall Jackson, Peter Eaton, Eliza. Joanes, Francis Champins.

1637 Aug 24, CHENEY BOYES (Boys-Boyse), 1550 acs. Chas. Citty Co., 24 Aug. 1637, p. 468. N. upon lime hill Sw., W. upon Merchants hope Cr., E. into the woods & S. up towards the head of sd. Cr. 100 acs. due for his per. adv. as being an Ancient planter before the time of Sir Thomas Dale his Govmt., according to a charter of orders from the Late Treasurer & Co. dated 18 Nov. 1618, & 1450 acs. for trans, of 29 pers: Cheney Boyse, Rich. Williams, Lawr. Walker, Tho. Harris, Thomas Wheeler, Christ. Rippin, Jon. Tomlinson, Joane Tomlinson, Jon. Mason, Jon. Walker, Christ. Easill, Jon. Siscock, Oliver Bis- hoppe, Israeli Johnson, Humphry Jones, Gilbert Dowson, Nich. Shaw, Wm. Backster, Daniell Coblier (or Collier), Wm. Wale, Wm. Thorncombe, Jon. Cole, Eliz. Greene, Eliz. Phillipps, Kath. Yorke, Jon. Swift, Margt. Parr, Daniell Murr, Morgan Rosier, Wm. Holland.

1637/8 Jan 2: Transcript p 94 Original p 127. Abstract
John Major ordered to pay 165 lb tobo from the estate of Wm Gayney to Capt Wm Stone, a just debt.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1637 to 1640. p. 13.

1638 Jan 27, CAPT. CHRISTOPHER WORMELEY, 1420 acs. Chas. Riv. Co., 27 Jan. 1638, p. 607. N. upon sd. river, bounded with Wormeleys Cr., on E. with land of Nicholas Clarke &c, joyning land formerly belonging to Mr. Lionell Roulston &c, crossing a ridge of land & the path leading to the new Poquoson &c, runing from the edge of the marsh to the head of the back creeke N. E. & downe the same untill it meete with land of sd. Clarke &c. Due by right of trans, of 16 pers. the 1st yeare: Henry Marshall, John Tho- mas, Stephen Losh, Richard Header, Morris Coleman, John Brownelofe, William Musgrave (or Musgrane), his wife & 2 children, Joe & Samboe Negroes, & 4 servants more. For the 2nd yeare: John Hampton, Morris Prosser, Jinkin Williams, William Baker, John Loyse, Samell. Jones, Tho- mas Sax, Edward Murfeild, Morris Walker, William Gingey (or Guigey), William English, Nicholas Raymon, Nicholas Welch (or Wise— altered ) , Dickery Newman, John Congden, Mar- garett Raw, Richard Lewis, Jerimiah Lynch, Thomas Skirrick, Richard Marmaduke, Thomas Jenkin, Henry Hyves, John Poole, Peter , Leonard Reeves.

1638 Feb 6, THOMAS MELTON, 200 acs. Low. Norf. Co., 6 Feb. 1638, p. 635. At Lyn haven upon the E. side of the river at the head of a little cr. &c. 50 acs. for his own per. adv., 50 acs. for his wife Hannah Melton & 100 acs. for trans, of 2 pers: Edward Cooper, Gowin Laur (?).

1638, March 10: THOMAS BURBAGE, 1,250 acs. Accomack Co., Mar. 10, 1638, page 652. On N. side of the mouth of Hungars Cr., adj. William Andrewes, etc. Sd. land formerly granted to William Gayny. Due sd. Barbage for trans, of 25 pers: William Burbage, Tompson Evan, (first written Swan) Hugh Price, Owen Doltie, David Williamson, Phillip Conner, Richard Hutchinson, John Dary, John Hvre, Robt. Young, William Sanders, William Brackett, Jane Bedford, Lawrance Evans 4 times, James Abbin, 3 times, William Waltham, Georg Brooke, Robert Plaine, John Goodman, Edward Craortt.
https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt

1638 May 10, JOHN MERRYMAN, 150 acs. Chas. Citty Co., 10 May 1638, p. 549. Adj. to Weyanoke, next alsoe adj. land of Perce Lennon, E. upon David Joanes, & N. N. W. into the woods. Due by assignment from James Merryman.

1638 May 14, ABRAHAM WOOD, 400 acs. Chas. Citty Co., 14 May 1638, p. 557. In Appamattuck Riv., N. upon land of John Baker, E. into the maine woods, S. upon land of Joseph Bourne & W. upon the maine river over against Peircies Toyle Cr. Trans, of 8 pers: Thomas Croiney, Robt. Powell, Nich. Meader, Jon. Baylye, Edmond Edwards, Jone Higgins, Allen Tucker, Roger Kenney.

1638 May 22, HENRY ROWEN, 300 acs. Chas. Citty Co., neare adj. to Weyanoke, 22 May 1638, p. 555. W. upon Mathews Cr., N. N. W. into the woods & S. upon James Riv. Due by assignment from Perce Lemon.

1638 May 28, SARAH CLOYDEN, Widdowe, 200 acs. Isle of Wight Co., 28 May 1638, p. 560. Adj. land of Humphry Sconen. Due in right of trans, of 4 pers: Tobias Horton, Giles Taylor, John Taylor, Henry Symons. Note: This pattern as- signed to John Allen, who assigned to Humphry Scoen & by him to Henry Bradly, in whose name it was renewed 21 Nov. 1643.

1638 May 29, CAPT. FRANCIS EPES, 1700 acs. Chas. Citty Co., 29 May 1638, p. 537. E. upon Bayly his Cr., S. into the maine land, W. upon Cason his Cr. & N. upon the maine Riv. 50 acs. for his own per. adv. & 1650 acs. for trans, of his 3 sons: Jon., Fr., & Tho. Epes & 30 servts: Jon. Long, Jon. Baker, Jon. Warden, Jon. Joyce, Tho. Foanes, (or Feanes) Tho. Cropp, Rich. Stayle, Rich. Hewett, Geo. Adams, Sarah Hutmore, Tho. Pattison, Anth. Box, Jonath. Elliser, Barthol. Swinborne, Silvester Atkins, Robt. Fossett, James Rowland, Ann Turner, Geo. Archer, Hugh James, Jon. Nowell, 5 Negroes: Bashaw, Jabina, Andrea, Magdilina, Cesent; Richard Litchfeild, Edward Ames, Susan Mills, Jane Long, in the Spanish fregat 1629 (or 1621).

1638 June 9: Transcript p 108 Original p  142. Abstract
Thomas Games to be pd tobo due him from the estate of Capt Jno Howe.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1637 to 1640. p. 29.

1638 July 9: Transoript p 112 Original p 148. Abstract.  Deposition of George Dawe. Age not shown. Says he heard David Winley say he could have Alex: Wignall arrainged at the bar for stealing a bbl of corn. And that he conveyed it to Mr Lee, Order that David Winley find 100 lb tobo to Alex Wigaall and 100 lb tobo “towards the buildinge of a newe church”, and bound to good behavior for “opprobious speeches” against Alex Wignall.” Transcript p 113. Original p 148. Abstract; Edward Game fined as above. Same as David Winley.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1637 to 1640. p. 34.

1638 July 24, RANDALL CREW, 750 acs. Up. Co. of New Norf., 24 July 1638, p. 584. E. upon a Cr. in Nansamund Riv., N. upon the river, W. along same & S. into the woods, the land being called by the name of Georg his feild. 150 acs. due according to an order of court 5 Oct. 1631 in right of his wife Dorothy Behethland & 650 acs. in right of trans, of 13 pers: Richard Manshipp, Lowry Thomas, John Johnes, (or Joines) Fr. Geere, Nich. Martin, Georg Lodg, Anth. Proctor, Edward Clarke, John Paine, Judith Tompson, Edward Oliver, Edward Luckston, Maria a Negroe.

1638 July 25 EDWARD HILL, Gent., 450 acs. Chas. Cittie Co., neare unto a place called by the name of Jordans or Beg- gars bush, 25 July 1638, p. 579. N. upon the head of land called Jordans, towards the river, S., into the maine woods, West upon land of John Wood- liffe & E. towards Chaplins land. Due for his own per. adv. & trans, of 8 pers: Daniell Garner, Barbary Hale, Morris Bowen, Christ. South, Wm. Milton, John Frederick, Elias Collins, Nicholas Maton (or Matou).

1638 Aug 29, HUMPHRY SCOEN, 300 acs. Up. Co. of New Norf., 29 Aug. 1638, p. 594. In the Cross Cr. & adj. 100 acs. graunted to Margarett Rogers, now the wife of John Garrard. Due by purchase from Francis Hough, to whom it was due for trans, of 6 pers.

1638 Sept 10: Transcript p. 116  Original p 152. Abstract.
Deposition of Thomas Game, “Age not shown. In regard to a bargain betw Mr Neale and Phillipp Taylor for salt.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1637 to 1640. p. 39.

1639 Hugh Gwyn bio for York Co Va

1639 April 28: Transcript p 139  Original p 181, Abstract.  300 acres granted to Thomas Smith in right of Thomas Smith, his wife and child, John Former, Richd Gonnye, Cathrin Jones.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v18 Acchawmacke 1637 to 1640. p. 66.

1639 June 20, WILLIAM BURDETT, Gent., 200 acs., Accomack Co., June 20, 1639, page 657. Upon Johnny Boyes Cr., Trans. of 4 pers: John Stanbye, William Annis, Clement Doune, Owen Harris.

1639 Aug 13, HENRY BAGWELL, 400 acs., Acco- mack Co., Aug. 13, 1639, page 664. On old plantation cr. & Johnny Boyes branch, near William Berryman & 100 acs. adj. his first devident. Due for trans, of 8 pers: William Whitehart, Andrew Bashaw, Mich. Williams, John Cley, Thomas Evans, William Powell, Richard Smith, Mary Vaughan.

1639 Oct 11, THOMAS SMITH, 300 acs., Acco- mack Co., Oct. 11, 1639, page 676. At Hungars Cr. upon land called the old mans neck, adj. William Cotton & Capt. William Stone. Due for trans, of him- self, wife Sarah, daughter Ann, & 3 pers: John Farmer, Richard Ganey, Katherine Jones.

1640 Thomas Games: Thomas Games lived in Virginia on Kent Island in 1640. He was a mariner who was commissioned by Governor Leonard Calvert (brother of Cecil, Lord Baltimore and son of George Calvert, the original Lord Baltimore). I’ve included information from my annotated bibliography which includes the document showing Thomas Games (in some copies of the record it’s Games and in some it’s James, but the oldest one I saw said Gems) put up a bond for Edward Griffin to protect him from being arrested.
http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/GAINES/2007-03/1174524741

1640 Thomas Games – Vol 1 Page 214 State Archives Albany Calendar p. 14
I, the undersigned Thomas Gems, an inhabitant of Maryland, bind myself as bail and principal for Edward Griffins who has agreed and contracted with Peter Draper for the sum of five pounds sterling who also acknowledges in the presence of the underwritten Witnesses to have received the money and that for the freedom of said Griffens and if it happen should he exhibit Captain Clavers indenture, and molest him, Griffens, I substitute my person and property as aforesaid in place of the principal Edward Griffens. Done this 28 August 1640.
http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/GAINES/2007-03/1174524741

1640 Thomas Games: Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7: December 31, 1776 Games, John, 416.
Assembly Proceedings, October 1640. 91
12th October 1640. These are to will and require you to goe fortwith a board the Pinnoce belonging to Thomas Weston or Thomas Games or any other & there to prohibite any person from Comeing aboard or treating with any person belonging to the vesell & to give notice to myself of all persons as shall offend against the proclamation published in that behalfe. Signed.
To the Sherrif of St Leonard Calvert. Maries or his Deputie
http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/GAINES/2007-03/1174524741

1640 June 30 – Philip Gayne punished for inveigling Catherine Wilkins and indentured servant – is noted as being punished in court records for having married a woman who was an indentured servant of another without permission of the owner of the indenture. Upon the petition of Edward Prince to this court that whereas Philip Gayne hath divers times unlawfully without the privity and consent of him the said Prince inveigled on Catherine Wilkins a maid servant belonging to him and gotten her with child and since married her: the court doth thereupon order that the said servant shall serve the said Edward Prince her full time of service due unto him by covenant and that he the said Philip Gayne shall make satisfaction to the said Edward Prince for such further damages as he shall hereafter make appear that he hath sustained thereby. James City, Va.
https://archive.org/stream/minutesofcouncil00virg#page/468/mode/2up

1640 Nov 10, JOHN FLOYNE, 50 acs. Charles River Co., November 10, 1640. Page 766. Upon Cheesemans Cr. beg. at the fishing pointe, etc. Due for the per. adv. of his wife Joane Floyne.

1641 March 31 – John Graweere, a black servant who may have later changed his last name to Gowen, is listed in a lawsuit. [The suit of John Graweere reveals that there were greater restrictions on the ownership of personal property by black servants. In addition, Graweere’s successful petition to purchase his child indicates another difference between white and black men. Graweere’s decision to use the court to secure his son’s freedom indicates that he was one of the many blacks in Virginia who knew how to use the colony’s institutions.]
Whereas it appeareth to the court that John Graweere being a negro servant unto William Evans was pmitted by his said master to keep hogs and make the best benefit thereof to himself pvided that the said Evans might have half the increase which was accordingly rendered unto him by the said negro and the other half reserved for his own benefit: And whereas the said negro having a young child of a negro woman belonging to Lieut. Robert Sheppard which he desired should be made a christian and be taught and exercised in the church of England, by reason whereof he the said negro did for his said child purchase its freedom of Lieut. Sheppardwith the good liking and consent of Tho: Gooman’s overseer as by the deposition of the said Sheppard and Evans appeareth, the court hath therefore ordered that the child shall be free from the said Evans or his assigns and to be and remain at the disposing and education of the said Graweere and the child’s godfather who undertaketh to see it brought up in the christian religion as aforesaid. Source: McIlwaine, ed., Minutes of the Council and General Court of Colonial Virginia, p. 477. http://www.virtualjamestown.org/practise.html
https://archive.org/stream/minutesofcouncil00virg/minutesofcouncil00virg_djvu.txt
https://archive.org/stream/minutesofcouncil00virg#page/554/mode/2up

1641 Apr 23, SAME. 650 acs. Same Co. and date, p. 292. In Chicihomminy Riv., over against pease hill, adj. upon Warrick Cr., land of Bennett Freeman, Job” Robins, Hen. Porter & Ralph Joyne\ Granted to his father 23 Apr. 1641 & due as above.

1642 Hugh Gwyn receives 1700 acres neare the mouth of Pyankatanke river. Gloucester Co, Va.
http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/drawer?retrieve_image=LONN&dir=/LONN/LO-1/001/001&image_number=0872&offset=%2B7&name=Patents+No.1++1623-1643+VOL.1%262&dbl_pgs=no&round=

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 Rappahan- nocke Bay, and Sly. parallel to Chiso- peiake Bay. The following names ap- pear: Christo. Higginson, twice, Wil- liam 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, Ash- well Bird, Arundell Parris, Allen Ludd- ington, Nich. Gibson, Richard Kirby, Wm. Loyd, Hugh Gwyn, Tho. Dodd, Jon. Averry, Hen. Thacker, Nath. Webster, Hen. Crosby, Howell Powell, William Deane, Eliza. Higginson, Mar- garett 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.

1642 Aug 25, BARTHOLOMEW KNIPE, 100 acs. Aug. 25, 1642, Page 792. W. N. W. upon land of Thomas Joanes, N. E. upon land of Mr. Wallis called Jouring point, & S. W. upon James River and compassed in from Danceing point with Epse Bay. Trans, of 2 pers: John Wade & Thomas Hughes.

1642 Dec 22, THOMAS GUYER, son & heir of Capt. Robert Guyer, 650 acs. at the mouth of Lawnes Cr., near John Snelletts (Suellett) howse. Dec. 22, 1642, Page 863. Due by order of court dated 27 Oct. 1635 as alsoe for trans, of 13 pers: William Paine, John Willis, Elianor Salle, Kather. King, Wm. Booth, Jon. Ronston (or Rouston), Robert Taylor, Jon. Clay, Richard , Cattalina a Negro, John Loyd, Alice Sprouse.

1643 Aug 1 – Bernard Gaying is noted as one of the people transported to Virginia in a land transaction for CAPT. SAMUELL MATHEWES, who receives 4,000 acres on a neck of land on the N. side of Rappahannock River, bounded on the W. by Cannatawoman Cr. which runs E. N. E. towards head of Wiccokomocco River, on the N. by Wiccocomocco Riv., on S. by Rappa. Riv. & on the E. with the main bay. Aug. 1, 1643, Page 882. Trans. of fowerscore pers.: (See list above) Va. Land Transaction – Rappa Co., Va. https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt, http://interactive.ancestry.com/48408/CavaliersPioneers-005066-577?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d48408%26path%3d&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=CavaliersPioneers-004628-144 Curioman Creek is same as Canawoman Creek: See: http://www.hookandbullet.com/fishing-currioman-creek-warsaw-va/
1643 Aug 1 – Bernard Gaying transported to area on N. side of Rappa R, bound W. by Cannatawoman Cr. , N. by Wiccocomocco Riv., on S. by Rappa. Riv. & on the E. with the main bay.

1643 Aug 22, WILLIAM GAPINGE, 140 acs. James City Co., Aug. 22, 1643, Page 887. From Sunken Marsh near Upper Chippokes. W. N. W. towards Henry Neale & Henry White. Trans, of 3 pers: Robert Browne, Phillipp Hawkins Henry Moore.

1643 Aug 31, HENRY NEALE, 850 acs. James City Co., Aug. 31, 1643, Page 898. At the upper Chippokes, a line of trees devid- ing this and land of Henry White, etc. Due for trans, of 17 pers: Henrry Neale, Jon. Neale, Phillip Bowen, Samuel Bowen, Samuel Hall, Wm. Best, Tho. Flewellin, Ann Flewellin, Henry Maddin, Edward Miller, Tho. Musgrove, Ann Dyer, Wm. Jones, Tho. Adkins, Ellin Hawkes, Mary Hawkes, Andrew Asse, John Scricher (?).

1643 Oct 18, RICE HOE, Gent., 1,969 acs., Oct. 18, 1643, Page 914. Bounding E. upon Alice Edloe, N. towards David Joanes. 1,000 acs. by virtue of 2 former patents & for trans, of 20 pers.: Edward May, Edward Robinson, Sarah Goodwin, Robert Cloud, Wm. Ferynes, Georg Standish, Tho. Cann, Alice Apleton, Eliza. Dam, Wm. Morris, Evan Roberts, Symon Jennings, Tho. Archerday, Fran- cis Baskett, Wm. Phillipps, 4 Negroes.

1643 Dec 21, HENRY BRADLEY, 450 acs. of land named Rainworth, Up. Norf. Co., Dec. 21, 1643, Page 938. At the head of the main br. of New towne haven river, adj. Humphry Scowen & Peter Ray. 350 acs. by assignment of 2 patents from sd. Scowen to whom it was assigned by John Allen, being first granted to Sarah Cloydon, Widdow, and 100 acs. for trans, of 2 pers: William Burton & John Bruton.

1644 June 21, WILLIAM WILKINSON, Minister of the word of God, 100 acs. Eliza. City Co., June 21, 1644, Page 9. In or neare Buckerowe, adj. land lately in possession of George Chowinge, now Capt. Wm. Claiborne’s, towards land late in tenure of Doctor Casvert (Cal- vert ?) now in possession of Anthony Elliot and Wm. Leighe (changed to Leithe) near Point Comfort Cr. Due for trans, of: Henry Herrick & Ann Herick, his wife, by certificate from the Court of Eliz. City, Sept. 23, 1642 & transferred to sd. Wilkinson under the hand of sd. Herick Sept. 12, 1643. By Richard Kemp, Esq.

1645 Sept 27, RICHARD BARTLETT, 200 acs. Up. Norf. Co., Sept. 27, 1645, Page 48. Lyeing at the head of Chuckatucke, adj. Humphrey Scowen, & Peter Rey. Formerly granted to said Bartlett & Henry Bradley by order of Court at James Citty dated Oct. 5, 1643, with this proviser: that it be not to the prejudice of any former grant and that they build a mill upon same. Bradley surrendered his moiety to sd. Bartlett, to whom it is due for his per. adv. & trans, of 3 pers.*

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.

1645 Dec 18, PETER MOUNTAGUE, 150 acs. Up. Norf. Co., Dec. 18, 1645. Page 73. Upon Ewd. side of the main head of New Town haven river, at miles end of land of Humphrey Scowen. Trans. of 3 pers.*

1646 Sarah Googins v Nicholas Brooke in York Co Va

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. 144 Abraham Cayne owing Hercules Bridges 438 lb tobo by a/c, Thos Beale admr of Cayne’s estate ordered to pay. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v24 York 1633 to 1646. pg. 92.

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.

1646 Sept 25: p,170. In dif betw Mrs Sarah Googins pltf and Mr Nicholas Brooke deft for 5000 lb tobo, Brooke appeals to next Quarter Court. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v25 York 1646 to 1648. pg. 14.

1647 March 6, JONATHAN GILLS, 450 acs. Northampton Co., Mar. 6, 1647, Page 112. At Haigers Cr., adj. William Gayny. Trans, of 9 pers: Francis , Phillip Wattkins, Wm. Starling, Timothy Thrallop, Alex. Wignall, Thomas Wignail, William Smart, Roger Burrough, Elizabeth a Negro. https://archive.org/stream/cavalierspioneer00nuge/cavalierspioneer00nuge_djvu.txt

1648 June 22, John Goneere sayth uppon his oath, th’ he neuer knew any sort of fleash brought in, or spent in the howse of Tho: Munday since his comming uppon this Hand, more then hoggs properly belonging to the s”* Munday. And specially he sayth th’ he neuer knew Edw: Hudson bring any fleash into the howse of Tho: Munday, though frequendy hee went into the woods to kill meate. And further he sayth, th’ he knoweth not of any priuate place, eyther abroad or att home, wherein meate was hid. Jurat cora Gou’
Edward Claxton sayth uppon his oath, th’ Edw: Hudson did shoote a fayre Sow of AP Brent’s, uppon the Land of the s”^ M’ Brent in the He of Kent, about 3 weeks agoe, & th’ uppon the report of the gun, he this Dep’ came up to him, & saw the s”^ Hudson, sett his dog uppon the s” Sow. And afterwards
see him cutt the throate of the sow. And then M” Brent’s folks comming in, uppon the report of the gun, & the cry ot the sow, the s” Hudson, hid the s** sow in a marsh. And this Dep’ went home w”‘ Hudson to Tho: Munday’s howse. Where the s”* Dep’ heerd the s*^ Hudson, tell the s^ Munday, th’ he had killed a sow, & th’ M’ Brents folke came to him, & inquyred & sought, what he had killed : But for any thing he knew, the sow was not fownd. And next morning afore day, the s”^ Munday spoke to this Dep to fetch the s” sow home, to the s”* Munday’s howse. Who went not; But Hudson went, & came home, & sayd the sow was there. And the next night the s’* Dep’ & Hudson brought the s” Sow to a branch of a Creeke neare Brownes. Where the fores’^ Munday & Jn”
Goneere, had appoynted to meete them, to helpe to bring the Sow home. Munday came not, but Jn° Goneere came, &
392 Court and Testamentary Bnsifiess, 1648.
Liber A. cartyed one halfe of the s”^ Sow, to the s”^ Mundays howse. Where the s” Munday dressed it, & his Wife held the light. And further this Dep’ sayth th’ when the s”^ Hudson told the s”^ Munday he had killed this Sow : Hee added th’ hee wished hee had beene sick in his bed, when hee did it. And further
he sayth not. Sig. Jurat, cora Gou’ Edward Claxston.
p. 162 Jhon Goneere sayth uppon further examinaon th’ he heard Edw: Hudson tell Tho: Munday th’ he had killed a hog & hid it. And th’ M’ Brents men came to him, uppon the killing of it ; & s” th’ he thought they had not fownd it. And further heard the s”^ Hudson appoynt the s”* Munday & this Dep’ to meete him in the night, to helpe to bring home the hog & th’ the s”* Munday went not, but sent this Dep’ who carryed halfe the hog to the s”^ Mundays howse.
Jurat coram Gou’
Roger Baxster complayneth agst Edw: Commins for defam- ing him, saying That he was a periur’d Rogue, & th’ he would iustify it.
warr’ to the Sheriffe ret. 22° Junij.
Sub pn” to the Sheriffe to haue W”” Lant, Walter King, & Jn° Bennett to testify.
20″‘ Junis The Depos” of Rich: Duke taken by Tho: Garrard Esq’ one of his Lp’ Councell.
Rich: Duke aged thirty hue yeares, or thereabouts deposeth & sayth, as followeth. Viz th’ M’ Sowth came to this Dep’ & desyred him to sell him an Indian. This Dep’ answered him, he had none to sell. And then he desyred this Dep’ to goe w”* him up to Wicocomoco, & gett him an Indian, & hee would giue him content. And uppon these speeches they went w’** the Sloope up to Wicocomco purposely to gett an Indian. & further this Dep’ knoweth not of their designe
Sig. Jurat, cora Tho: Gerrard. Richard Duke
The Depos”” of Jn° Lancelett taken by Thomas Gerrard &c: ut supra.
Jn° Lancelett aged 19 yeares or thereabout sayth uppon his oath. Viz That M’ Sowth asking Rich: Duke to goe w’*’ him to Wicocomoco to gett him an Indian girle, went w”’ the s” Rich: Duke for company. And for what truck they had aboard the sloope. The s” Sowth told him, they had shooes, & one peice
of Broad-cloath Sr further this Dep’ sayth not. But presently
Court and Testamentary Business, 1648. 393
added th’ they told him, there was some powder & shott, in Liber a. the sloope ; But it was Will”* Cooks & they could not dispose of it. Sig
Jn° Lancelett Jurat, coram Tho Gerrard.
Att a Court held att “v Thomas Mathews in the behalfe of the
Henry Morgans howse f \j Prop^ complayneth ag^st Jn° Goneere,
att Kent. 220 Tunis / -nt 1 • n 1 . & -> ‘
prnt/Gouernor 1 hat Dcing Called to answere uppon his
\ Capt G. Brent -‘ oath, not hauing the feare of god afore his eyes, hee answered falsly & agst his knowledge, whereby he committed a willfull Periury. Wherfore the s” Tho: Mathews requyreth in the behalfe of the L” Prop’ the s^ Goneere to be brought to condigne punishm’
Jn° Goneere not hauing any thing to say for his defence, more then th’ it was the first time, he euer committed the like offence. The Court adiudged him to bee nayled by both the eares to the pillory, w”‘ 3 nayles in each eare ; & the nailes to bee slitt out, & afterwards to be whipped w”‘ 20 good lashes. And this to bee e.xequuted immediately, before any other busines of Court be proceeded uppon, warr’ to the Sheriffe ad Exequend.
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1648 July 17 – Thomas Gaynes is noted as a neighbor of a MR. GEORGE HARDY, who receives 500 acres, lyeing on the E. side of Lawnes Cr., extending to the main river, along land reputed Thomas Gaynes, along the great river to a er. dividing same from land of Alice Bennet. 300 acs. by former patent & 200 acs. for trans. of: 4 pers., 3 of whom are named: Ellin Sleeve, Ann Clarke, Ann Poorey. p. 177. Va. Land Transaction – Isle of Wight Co., Va.
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1648 Apr 9, JOHN ELLIS, JAMES JOANES (JONES) & JOHN TAYLOR, 500 acs. Northampton Co., Apr. 9, 1648, Page 115. At Otchahannock Cr., bounded W. by land of Thomas Johnson. Due by as- signment from Edward Drew by & for trans, of 10 pers: John Jenkin, Alice Moye, Wm. Berriman, Giles Bashaw, John Saye, Edward Morris, William Carter, Peter Higginson, George Hill, Tho. Stidwell.

1648 Apr 15, JOHN SEWARD, 1,200 acs. Isle of Wight Co., Apr. 15, 1648, Page 116. On a br. of Roynoak River called the black water. Trans, of 24 pers: Robert Partin, Margret his wife, Robert Partin, Junr., Avis, Rebecca, Debora, his Daughters, Richard Goldsmith, Abra. Shearman, James Parrit, Richd. Thom- kin, Geo. Duke, Wm. Jackson, Wm. Harris, Alice Edwards, James Pelard, Jo. Richards, John Richards, Richard Wakeing, Robert Dowen, John Seanoble (or Seavoble), Ann Yarner, Phillip Martin, Wm. Reynolds, Henry Knowells.

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 Christ- mas, 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 Worme- ley, Co: (Col.) Xtopher. Wormeley, Mrs. Mary Wormeley, Mr. Ralph Wormeley, Mr. William Littlewood, Richard Lewis, Robert Cheanine, Wil- liam 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 .

1649 Sept 27: Answers of John Neale, Thomas Williams, George Moore and Mathew Garvan (7p) · Ship arrived in the James River on February 1, 1647/8, and were forced to stay by contrary winds until May 15. Cattle in a very poor condition, so some were sold at Nevis and some died. Refused to take the ship to Cape Verde Islands on the return voyage unless Cole showed authority from the owners. High Court of Admiralty. Answers. 1649. Index of H.C.A. vol. I.

1649 Oct 16, WILLIAM PEIRCE & FRANCIS SYMONS, 220 acs. Northumberland Co., 16 Oct. 1649, p. 187. Between Powells Cr. & Lees Cr.comeing out of Claytons Cr., beg. at a point next Ralph Horselys land. Trans, of 5 pers: John Clarkson, Geo. Wescomb, Thomas Buckham, Elizabeth Bowin, John Sooter.

1649 Nov 19, JOHN KING, 500 acs., York Co., 19 Nov. 1649, p. 192. On the N. side of York Riv. upon the W. side of the mouth of Poropotanke, bounded N. E. upon Kings Cr. Trans. 10 pers: Robert Lester, Geo. Littleton, Tho. Lomans, Thomas Mansfeild, John Boshoe, John Daniell, Morgan Joanes, John Williams, Henry Thompson.

1650 Stephen Gary – immigrated to Maryland: He was christened Steephen Gerry 2 May 1624 at Talland, Cornwall County, England, the son of John and Elizabeth Gerry (Gary). (Talland parish records, LDS film #0916986)) He and John Withers were first granted 1000 acres of land in Westmoreland County, VA ;on October 6, 1654, the land bounded on the N.E. by land of Capt. Brent and S.W. with a branch of the Petomeck Creek, for the transportation of 20 persons, including a Cleare Browne. (VA Land Patent Book 3, p. 373; also “Cavaliers and Pioneers,” Vol. 1, p. 315).
Cleare Browne could well be Stephen’s future wife, Clare. Patent Book 5 records that on March 18, 1662, Col. Vallentine Peyton was granted 500 acres on the N. side of the branch of the Petomecke Creek and on the N.E. side of the land of Capt. Brent; and 150 acres upon the head of a branch of said Petomecke Cr. and E. upon land of Capt. Brent; 500 acres being the moiety of 1000 acres granted to Withers and Garey.
Clare (Browne??) Gary, wife of Stephen, immigrated in 1653 (Liber Q, Folio 204) Stephen Gary immigrated in 1650, was referred to as “Gent.” with commission to survey 1500 acres on the Eastern Shore (Maryland) (Liber 7, Folio 581).
Stephen Gary and Arthur Wright were appraisers of the estate of Thomas Skinner, Henry Beckwith, bondsman, 10 Feb 1675.
Stephen Gary and William Stevens and others were appointed to keep the peace in Dorchester County in 1669. (History of Dorchester County, MD, p. 31)
On June 14, 1674, Stephen Gary and William Stevens and others were appointed Justices of the county, and on August 9, 1676, Stephen was appointed one of the justices. (Hist. of Dorchester Co., pp. 38, 39)
On October 28, 1678, Stephen Gary was paid 85 pounds of tobacco for serving in the campaign or aiding the troops against the Nanticoke Indians. (HIst. of Dorchester Co., p. 40, 41)
At a Colonial Council in 1681, a petition was presented by James Peterkin against Stephen Gary, Sheriff of Dorchester County, that Gary and others had combined to defraud and deceive him of his just rights and property; that they illegally proceeded in the execution of a warrant; for summoning a jury to lay out the bounds of Capt. Anthony Dawson’s land in Transquaking River, by compelling jurors excepted by Peterkin, and that damage had almost ruined him. An investigation was ordered. (Hist. Of Dorchester Co,, p. 43.)
27 Oct 1675 From will of Stephen Gary- to my grandchild Mary Warner Refuse Neck, 50 acres adjoining my plantation.
Dorchester County is one of the original counties of Maryland, formed before April 13, 1669. Before its formation, the area was already surveyed and home to early settlers such as Anthony LeCompte, William Chaplin, Richard Bentley, Thomas Stone, Thomas Stillington, John Gary and Stephen Gary, Francis Armstrong, Peter Sharpe, John Felton, William Stevens, Thomas Powell, John Hudson, and others. Nearly 500 settlers lived in the area by the time of the county’s formation. The area was also home to Nanticoke and Abacos indians.
“For George M. Radcliffe of Cambridge, Md., farming goes beyond simple dollars and cents. It’s a way of life, seeped in family history. Radcliffe traces his connection to the farm more than 300 years – back to ancestor Stephen Gary, one of Dorchester County’s first “gentlemen justices” who in 1662 made claim to what is now Radcliffe’s land and about 1,250 surrounding acres.”
From the College of Journalism, Capitol News Service on, Friday, February 24, 1995.
Spocott Windmill – In 1663 Stephen Gary of Cornwall, England, secured a patent from Lord Baltimore for approximately 250 acres of land named Spocott on the Little Choptank River. After his death, a descendent, John Anthony LeCompte Radcliffe, built a self-contained community consisting of saw mills, blacksmith shops, shipyards, etc. One project was the erection of a post mill in 1850, at approximately the same site as an earlier windmill. The mill continued to operate until it was blown down in March of 1888. Both the millstones and the original set of interior stairs from the mill were saved as well as certain of the timbers. In 1971 a windmill was reconstructed on Gary’s Creek about 100 feet from the site of the original Spocott Windmill.
27 Feb 1667: Stephen Gary of Little Choptank River to John Gary of Calvert Co and John Stevens of Talbot poa. Wt.: Robt. Turner & Thos Skinner. Vol. I:33.
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1650 Jan 30, JOHN ARMESBEE, 250 acs. North- umberland Co., 30 Jan. 1650, p. 278. Upon S. side of Potomeck Riv., beg. on W. side of a Cr. dividing this from land of Mr. Joseph Mattrom, thence Wly. upon a small br. of a Cr. that divides this and land of Tho. Yowell. Trans, of 5 pers: John Davis, James Marsh, John Yowin, Will. Hogg, John Armsbee.

1650 Mar 18, SAMUELL SMITH, 529 acs. North- umberland Co., 18 Mar. 1650, p. 277. Abutting Nly. upon the mouth of Poto- meck Riv., Sly. upon Little Wickacomicoe Cr., Ely. upon the mayne Bay & Wly. upon a branch that divides this from land commonly called the Kings Neck. Trans, of 11 perrs: Samuell Smith, thrice; Hannah Smith his wife, William Hill, Christopher Biddo, Henry Backham, Mathew Rowdon, Francis Boyes, Samuell Woodward, David Phillips.

1650 May 22 – Jane Gaynes is one of the persons transported to Virginia by ANDREW GILSON, who receives 600 acs. in Rappa. Riv. on the S. side, beg. at a point by the N., side of Tigners Cr. 22 May 1650, p. 243. Trans. of 12 pers. p. 197. Va. Land Trans – Rappa Co. , Va.
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1650 July 29 – Anne Guyne (or Gayne) is listed as one of the people transported by ROBERT BIRD, who receives 1400 acres lyeing on N. side of Rappa. Riv., next above land of Silvester Thacker & Thomas Whitlock, 29 July 1650, p. 218.
Trans. of 28 pers. p. 192. Va. Land Trans, Rappa Co. 1650 Robert Bird grant with Anne Guyne
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1650 July 29, JOHN MANGOR, 800 acs. on N. side of Rappa. Riv. in Corotoman Riv. on the N. side of the Eastermost br. thereof, bounded by a cr. that divides this from land of Ellyas Edmonds. 29 July 1650, p. 215. Due sd. Manger for trans, of 16 pers: Charles Barcraft the 4th tyme, George Moore, Anthony Peace, Hugh Cary, William Hadway, William Lucas, Jose Scriver, Garrett Williams, Zachary Pady, Henry Page, John Macduell, Walter Keyes, Walter King, James Price, John Tallott, Tho. Fry, Nicholas Hawkins, Robert Sidney, William Stalmy (or Salmy), John Hobbs, Mary Munday. Land due for Tho. Ailce, and Joane Williams (or Tho. Wms. (Williams) and Ailce Joane.)

1650 Aug 13, MR. JOHN MOTTRUM, 963 acs. Northumberland Co., 13 Aug. 1650, p. 247. Abutting Nly. upon Potomecke Riv., Wly. upon Nomeny Bay & Ely. upon Mackatix Riv., including a small island on the Wwd. side of sd. land. Trans, of 20 pers: Wm. Greested, Tho. Merideth, Wm. Bedlem, Eliz. Moore, John Parrfy, Israeli England, Fra. Pinke, Tho. West, Henry West, John Shakley, Wm. Key, Sara Thompson, John Persivall, John Mint, John Barnes, Rob. Halsworth, Grace Gining, Marg. Winterton, Marg. Evans, Elinor Jones.

1650 Sept 20 – Edw. Gaynes and Sarah wife are transported to Virginia by EDWARD WALKER, who receives 900 acres in Northumberland Co., 20 Sept. 1650, p. 248. Abutting Ely. upon Potomeck Riv., Nly. upon land of Thomas Hoyles (or Hayley),   Sly. towards Yeacomico Riv. &. Wly. upon a br. issuing out of sd. River. Trans. of 18 pers: (see above). p. 198. Va. Land Trans – Northumberland Co.
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1650 Oct 7, JOHN TAYLOR, 150 acs. on N. side of Charles Riv., beg. at a point of land between two creeks. 7 Oct. 1650, p. 266. Formerly granted to John Joanes 20 July 1642, & by Edward Williamson assigned unto James Johnson, who assigned same to William Tymon & accrueing due unto sd. Taylor by intermarriage with the relict of sd. Tymon.

1650 Dec 13, THOMAS TILSEY, 300 acs. James City Co., 13 Dec. 1650, p. 271. Lying on the W. side of Chicohominy Riv. upon Moses Run, bounded S. by W. upon land of Mr. Theodore Moyses & E. by N. upon Mr. Foyes land. Trans, of 6 pers: Robert Arwin, Milliscent Tompson, Walter Villecott, Abraham Watson, Thomas Sawyer, Elinor Faning.

1651 William Guinsey and wife at Mattapony R. 300a, York Co Va
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1651 John Gary to MD:
JOHN GARY, SR. b. ca 1600 of Cornwall, England, migrated with his family about 1650 and settled in Calvert, Co., MD. He md. Judith in England and had a family when he arrived. I have not found when he died; however, his widow, Judith GARY, Sr. md. 2nd: prior to 23 March 1672, Dr. Peter SHARP, a physician of Calvert Co. John GARY had a brother, Stephen GARY, who also settled in MD about the same time. Dr. SHARP recited John GARY, Jr., his son-in-law; however, it is not known if John GARY, Jr. md. the dtr. of Dr. Peter SHARP. Dr. Peter SHARP’s will, 23 March 1672, Dorchester Co., MD, prob. 28 March 1672: “To John GARY and wife, Alice, land on Tuckahoe and four thousand pounds tobacco. To Robert HARWOOD and wife, Elizabeth, and children. To Judith HARWOOD, no more than I have given her. To my children, Mary and William SHARP, and my widow to live with them and be a mother to them and at her decease, estate to return to my children, only I give her permission to give her two children, John and Eliz., ten thousand pounds of tobacco. To my dtr., Mary, wife of William STEVENS.” Ex. friend John GARY, William BERRY, William STEVENS, Jr. and William SHARP. REF: Early Settlers List, bk. O (p.204), Dorchester Co., MD Will Bk. 1 (p.495); Deed Bk. 1 (p.33); Land Grants; MD Hist. Mag. v.37 (pp.316,320,321,326).
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1651 Apr 3, GEORGE COLCLOUGH, Gent. 500 acs. Northumberland Co., 3 Apr. 1651, p. 303. Upon the S. side of Deviding Cr., abutting E. upon sd. Cr., S. S. W. along the land of Richard Jones, Gent., W. upon the Mountaynes & N. N. E. upon the land of Abraham Moone. Trans, of 10 pers: James Davis, Wil- liam Brent, John Lacke, William Den- nis, James Loen, John Curr, William Hunt, John Trenor (or Trevor.)

1651 October 6, William Gapeing. 250 acres. S of Burcher swamp, S side of upper Chipokes Creek. In James Co, Va.
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1651 Nov 7, CHRISTOPHER BURROUGHS, 354 acs. in Linhaven Parish, Low. Norf. Co., 7 Nov. 1651, p. 347. Beg. on his land neare a marsh, running N. E. towards land of Thomas Davis, N. W. Nly. to land of Mary Googins, and W. Sly. to land of Mr. Thomas Lambert. Trans, of 7 pers: John Hungerton, Ferd Fantres, Richd. Castleford, Henrry Halsteed, Mary Tyler, John Townsend, Elizabeth Chuchett.

1652 Richard Games in Charles County, Maryland:
MD Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663-64. 97. That Richard Games did uppon the 4th day of June 1663 assume uppon himselfe to pay…………….
MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS 599
Charles County,MD;
Memd John Gaines Patent Spring plain Dated 30°” June 1668 – 50 Acres in Charles County.  John Gaines Patent St Patricks Hill 26th May 1664 – 300Acres in Cha: Coty
( John Wheeler obtained a patent 10 July 1663 for 4000 acres of land,”Wheeler’s Choice”, in Charles County. )
William Edde maketh oath that about the Middle of October last being requested by mr Geo: Mee for that purpose he willed one Richard Gaines Servant to John Cornelius to tell his Master that the Said Mr Mee did expect him the Said Gaines to be returned to him againe for that the Servant which the Said Mee had from Cornelius in Exchange for him
was not an able Servant according to the bargaine or to that Effect.
Sworne in open Court 22 January 1652
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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.
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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.
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1652 Aug 14 – Thomas Gayne is transported to Virginia by NICHO. GEORGE, THOMAS TABERER & HUMPHRY CLARKE, for 900 acres, beg. at the mouth on N. side of a branch where Francis England’s land endeth &c. cross the branch &c. to the great swamp, being the :first branch of the black water, etc. Trans. of 18 pers: (Jane Bayley, Willm. Thomas, John Mackan, Thomas Walker, Mary Burdyken (?), George Mountford, Robert Giles, Hannah his wife, Hannah his daughter, Thomas Holmes, Mary Johns, , John Corvent, SarahDugort, John Sheeres, Richard Dauson, Thomas Gayne, John Dalton, Joshua Taberer. ). p. 278. Va. Land Trans – Francis England’s land. Isle of Wight Co, Va
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1652 Aug 14 – Thomas Gayne transp N. side where Francis England’s land ends to the great swamp, first branch of black water

1652 MRS. JANE HARMER, 2,000 acs. Northumberland Co., date blank, 1652, p. 184. Nly upon Potomeck Riv. alias Potomeck Cr., Ely. upon a branch of same dividing this & land of John Rook- wood, Gent., commonly called the Fort land &c. Trans, of 40 pers: Charles Gregory, Elizab. Dobson, Sackfield Brew, John James, John Smith, Wm. Christian, Richard Ford, Roger Hobson, George James, Elizab. Richards, Lane. Sewell, Wm. Jackson, John Oxford, Mary Winchly, Wm. Abbeys, James Cunny, Fra. Hewett, Tho. Sharpe, Wm. Jones, Mich. Sawyer, James Cole, James Tute, (or Tate), Richd. Lowen, Wm. Farley, Wm. Hopkins, Arth. Collins, John Towmes, John Nurton, Mich. Batt, Hump. Adrey, John Goldings, Patr. Tallin, David Davis, John Vaughan Henry Daniell, Edmd. Clowman, Wm. Williams, John Metcalfe.

1652 Jan 13, CAPT. FRANCIS MORGAN & RALPH GREEN, 500 acs. Gloster Co., 13 Jan. 1652, p. 166. Upon S. E. side of Mattapony Riv. & S. S. W. side of Arsantans Cr. running N. N. W. &c. to head of Aratoco Cr. &c. Trans. 16 pers: Gregory Bashpoole, Nicho. Heale, Tho- mas Morley, Symon Wady, George Evans, Peter Starky, Hump. Tompkins, Fra. Reade, Stephen Boyer, Dennis Connier, James Turney, (or Turvey), Wm. Jones, Joseph Clerke, Richd. James, Hen. Lodwell, Thomas Jarvis (or Harvis).

1652 Jan 30 THOMAS BROUGHTON. 100 acs. Same county, date & page. N. E. upon land of Jane Perry, Widdow, & N. W. upon Mettonpony Riv. Granted unto Nicholas Sebrell 30 Jan. 1652, deserted & due for trans, of 2 pers: Richard Cardy, Humphry Pes- ter. Renewed in name of Abraham Joyes 18 Mar. 1662.

1652 Feb 22, THEO. HOANE, Gent., 130 acs. Lancaster Co., on N. side of Rappa. Riv., 22 Feb. 1652, p. 187. (Record incomplete). Trans, of 3 pers: Robert Gorsuch, Richard Gorsuch, Anne Gorsuch.

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 May 10, CHARLES SCARBURGH, the sonn of Edmond Scarburgh, 3050 acs. North- ampton Co., 10 May 1652, p. 250. Beg. at first little branch of Pongotegue Cr. on the N. side, etc. Trans, of 61 pers., assigned him by his father: Rowland Evans, Edward Evans, John Jones, Mar- garett Tillett, William Tomlin, Tilley, Tho. Browne, Carev. Jone Parrett, John Pitcher, Thomas Wood- feild, Hewes , Mary Williams, Jonath. Showell, (or Stowell), Marga. Pannell, Hoell Gladeing, Jenkin Luel- lin, Lewis Rowland, Phill. Parricoat, Cesser Yeomans, Kath. Smith, Susan Foster, John Martin, Anne Doby, Mary Edaw, (or Edan), William Skinner, Mary Edger, Walter Wood, Alice Price, Tho. Coller, Fra. Knight, Lucretia Pott, Edward Cowen, William Hollis, Mary Bachelor, Owen Williams, Edward Ser- moner, Maurice Mathews, Edward Holt, Dorothy Barnes, Tho. up Williams, James Harris, Elizabeth Case, Thomas Browne, Domingo, Sarah, Paconia, Negros; John Jones, Thomas Moore, Robert King, John Renny, John Mar- veil John Hordwell, Thomas Major, Wm. Adsworth, (or Oldsworth), Mary Griffeth, Thomas West, Thomas Cowen, Kath. Brumfield, Jane Davis, John Carey.

1652 Aug 1, TEAGUE FLOYNE, 300 acs. Lancas- ter Co., 1 Aug. 1652, p. 97. On N. side of Rappa. Riv., upon the head & next to tract of Capt. Henry Fleet, bounding Nly. upon Fleets Cr. & Rappa. Riv. & Wlv. on land of John Taylor. Due sd. John alias Teague Floyne for trans, of 6 pers: Thomas Boards wife, Lawrence Hulett, Thomas Smith, Henry Barrett, Thomas Leech; in all six, as- signed by Capt. Fleet.

1652 Oct 10, MR. RICHARD COCKE, 2,482 acs. Henricoe Co., 10 Oct. 1652, p. 133. On N. side of James River; I860 acs. near head of Turkey Is. Cr., bounded from corner tree of John Price S. & by W. &c. to head of Mr. Hallams land &c. 622 acs. commonly called by the name of Bremo, bounded along the heads of Capt. Harris’ land & other devdts. belonging to Curies, N. & by E., thence along the Cart Path, along Mr. Hallams land to the river &c. 100 acs. due by patent to Temp. Bayley, 20 Sept. 1620; 2,000 acs. by patent to sd. Cocke 10 Mar. 1639; & residue for trans, of pers: Cornel. Canadia, Neale White, Luce Davis, David Clobe, Willm. Shoemaker, Robert Boane, Meredith Langford, Humph. Miles.

1652 Oct 12, NICHOLAS WADILOW, 600 acs. Northampton Co., 12 Oct. 1652, p. 106. At Anancocke, beg. at the South Poynt thereof; running Sly. towards Matcho- tanke. Trans, of 12 pers: Cornel. Cornel, Anthony Carpenter, John King, Susan Dowinge, Math Porter, John Greening, Christopr. Coxe, Alice Deane, Ral. Doe, Mary Joyner, Wm. Blingston, Mecum Mecunny.

1652 Oct 12, DR. GEORGE HACK (Hacke), 1000 acs. Northampton Co., 12 Oct. 1652, p. 127. At Pongotegue Cr., beg. at a little branch on the S. side thereof, Wly. down the same &c, on land of Sampson Robins &c. running towards Nondin (or Nondui) Cr. 100 acs. being 2 is- lands near N. point of Pongotegue Cr. Trans, of 20 pers: William Tomlin, Henry Willis, Thomas Browne, Alice Price, Thomas Collar, John Curdey, Row. Evans, Edward Evans, Mary Ed- gar, Edward Cowins, Wm. Holt, Mary Batchells, John Edwards, Wm. Rouen (or Roach), Mary Williams, Jonathan Shoud, Mary Purnell, Thomas Browne; Domingo, Siria & Patana 3 Negros.

1652 Oct 25, COL. GEORGE LUDLOW, Esqr., 2,000 acs. Glocester Co., 25 Oct. 1652, p. 116. Upon S. side of Peyanketank Riv., beg. upon the Westermost side of a swamp opposite land of Thomas Trotter, dec’d. &c. Trans, of 40 pers: William Wilcock, Fran. Taverne, Peter Thunder, Michael Wilcox, Eliza. Harris, Eliza. Trevill, Ann Playstow, Senr., Ann Playstow, Gabriell Ludlow, Tho- mas Ludlow, Katherine Ward, Elinor Buckster (or Backster), Grace Wilcoxe, Joane Cullin, James Field, John Rich- ards, John Covide, Roger Perkins, four Negros, vizt: Sarah, Frank, Bridgett, & George; John Rumsden, Saml. Car- rington, Bened. Grint, Wm. (?) Ed- wards, Senr., Wm. (?) Edwards, Junr., John Rop (?), Wm. Labor, Mary Woodnutt, Tho. Fabin, Archeball Doug- las, John Githred, John Pase, Antho. Grant, Robt. Wilson, Robt. Stuart, Wm. Dinglas, Danl., Hamilton, Thomas Joanes.

1652 Nov 29, CAPT. THOMAS HACKETT, 400 acs. on Eastermost side of Corotoman River., bounded with land of Mr. Edwin Connaway & John Nicholls. Incomplete. 29 Nov. 1652, p. 240. Trans, of 8 pers: William Kendall, John Willett, Richard Bryan, John Thomas, John Joanes, Edward Wilkins, Thomas Price, Wm. Knight.

1652 Oct 10, ISAAC RICHESON, 300 acs. Lancas- ter Co., alias Gloster, 10 Oct. 1652, p. 128. Upon head branches of Atapoto- moyes 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. Sar- row, 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 FRAN. GOWER, 280 acs. Lancaster Co., 15 Nov. 1653, p. 56. S. side Rappa. Riv. on Ewd. side of Hodskins Cr., running W. by S. &c. Trans, of 6 pers: William James, Ann Bartlett, Alice Peeter, Ann Taylor.
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1653 Alice Peeters headright of Fra Gower in Lancaster Co Va

1653 An Taylor headright of Fra Gower in Lancaster Co Va

1653 Ann Bertlet headright of Fra Gower in Lancaster Co Va

1653 John Gorange as witness to an agreement btw John Saines and Jno Berrye in Surry Co Va

1653 Jan: Page 51. Jan. 1653. An article of agreement between John Seines (Zeines) end Jno. Berrye regarding some work. John Berrye’s wife to Work in the ground. Wit. John Gorange. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 13.

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.
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1653 to 1655 Fra Gower cert for transp 4 people tithe on 3 appraise Lancaster Co Va

1653-54, RICHARD ALLEN, 100 acs. Northampton Co., (no date), p. 246. Bounded Wly. on a great swamp between Hungars Cr. & Nuswattock Cr. & Nly. on land of Roger Joanes. Incomplete. Trans, of 2 pers.*

1653-54, ROBERT BAYLEY, 300 acs. North- ampton Co., 4 July , p. 252. On N. side of Nuswattock Cr., Wly. on land of William C , & Sly. on land of James Joanes. Incomplete. Trans, of 6 pers: Robert Bayly, Anne Wilmott, Richard Custis, Henry Garrett, Susan , Marg. . Incomplete.

1653 Jan 24, CAPT. FRANCIS POTT, 1500 acs. Northampton Co., 24 Jan. 1653, p. 49. Beg. at the end of a point of land on the N. side of a branch runing out of Matchepungo Cr. &c. to land of Richard Allen. 500 acs. by venue of an order of the Quarter Court, 7 Dec. 1633, and 1,000 acs. for trans, of 20 pers: Joseph Filch, Jno. George, Wal- ter Horton, Cha. Greene, Wm. Gapin, Richd. Osborne, Tho. Price, Wm. Price, Randall Holt, Walter Daniel, Joseph Hill, Edwd. Grimes, Richd. Taylor, Ed- ward Harryson, Nich. George, James Hall, Susan Wilson, Eliza. Blore, Susan Holston, Margery Little.

1653 Feb 23, ABRAHAM MOONE, 500 acs. Northumberland Co., 23 Feb. 1653, p. 234. Beg. towards the head upon N. side of great Wicocomico Riv., extending to land of John Edwards, Cooper, & near land of Martin Coale. Trans, of 10 pers: Richard Welborough, James Hart, Thomas Davis, Anne Land, Ste- phen Watts, John Owen, Mary Williams, Fra. Lambert, George Garrett, Anne Powell. ;
SAME. 800 acs., same Co. & date, p. 235. Upon the head of Moraticon Cr., E. upon Matchemapps branch, dividing this & land surveyed for John Sharp &c. Trans, of 16 pers: James Brice, Richd. Hackley, James Welch, John Joanes, Patrick Scott, Joane Lacy (or Lucy), Robt. Hackson, Mary Nowell, Fra. Jewett, Lucy Robinson, Wm. Church, Thomas Vaughan, Willm. Weworth, Wm. Steephens, Madg: Joanes, Henry Barnes.

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, ex- tending 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 Piean- tank 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 Mar 31, WILLIAM KNOTT, 200 acs. in Surry Co, on S. side of James Riv, about V/i mi. from same. Last of Mar. 1653, p. 256. S. W. by S. into the woods, cross the reedy Swamp runn, on the N. W. by W. side of Mr. Benjamin Harrysons devdt, by the round island, and N. W. by W. towards upper Chip Oakes Cr. Trans, of 4 pers: William Rose, & his wife, Anto. Wightman, Dorothy Woofe. BEE it knowne unto all men by these presents that I Wm. Knott, of the par- rish of Southwark, in Virginia, planter, doe Acknowedge that I have Surveyed and Since patterned the Sum of two hundred Acres of Land through the mis- take of Certaine Marked trees within the bounds & Pattern of Mr. John Dibdall, Minister, lying in the parrish of Southwark aforesaid, and to relenquish all pretence of right to the said two hundred Acres of Land by vertue of the said Pattent or Otherwise, and doe promise and Engage my Self to deliver to Mr. Dibdall or his Assignes the said Pattent to be anihilated and made void, and also doe by these presents before the partyes, whose names are under written, Certifye the Error and mistake in the said Survey and pattent, hereby humbly presenting to the right honble. the Governor and Councell, now setting at the Quarter Court at James Towne, my acknowledgmt. of my Error & mistake, that the record of the said pattent in the Office of the said Court may be Oblicerated thereby to stay all further Suites which may happen between me and the said Mr. Dibdall or his Assignes by reason of the said land for the future. In Witness whereof I Subscribe my hand this sixth day of March 1653. The marke of Wm. Knott. Read, Subscribed & Delivered in the presence of Wm Gaping Rab: (or Rob.) Wood, George B Boucher.

1653-55 June 8, COL. ARGOLL YARDLY, 2,000 acs. in Ackomack in Northpton. Co., 8 June 165 , p. 269. Bounded on the Westerne pts. on a former devdt. of sd. Yardly, S. on land of Lt. John Savidge & Nly. on land of Capt. Stone. Trans, of 40 pers: Scippia Hackerly, Wm. Band, Robt. Tower, James Pal- mer, Wm. Richards, And. Gread, Hen. Peirce, Nich. Graddon, John Wilson, Joan Packer, Thorand Thomas, Geo. Demey, Joan Demey, Edm. Krimy, Walter Blake, Roger Bushe, Mich. Hawkins, Wm. Lane, John Webber, John Poole, John Lee, Richard Phillips, Gilbert Welch, John Gill, Zach. Downman, Cressell Downman, Elias Hackerly, Wm. Mule, Hum. Jeckleston, John Beckett, Rice Rammell, Rob. Parra- more, Phil. Cantrel, Anto. Towton, Robt. Gayny, Samll. Sellick, Win. Sweet, Hum. Sayne, Howel Merrick, Rob. Roberts.

1653 June 9, MAJOR ABRAHAM WOOD, 1557 acs. lying at Fort Henry in Chas. City Co., 9 June 1653, p. 77. On S. side of Appamattock Riv., bounded from a marked tree on the back of a little swamp on sd. Riv., S. by E. into the woods, W. by S., thence N. by W. on the river, E. by N. down the river to beg., including 1052 acs., from thence N. by W., W. N. W. along the river, thence W. S. W. along the poynt, cross- ing part of sd. Riv. to the lower end of an island called Flea Is., W. running upon a straight line along the run to poynt above tenement of John Yowens (or Yowers), including the islands & inletts of waters lands & rocks, being 49 acs. & 2 rood; & 456 acs. & 24 perch, the residue, bounded S. E. by S &c. 600 acs. part granted sd. Wood by Order of Assembly 1 Oct. 1646, & 957 acs. for trans, of 20 pers: Augustin Elsby, Charles Maguiry, Symon Cooper, George Hill, Tho. Linuse (or Lucuse), Daniell Lyres, Richard Collins, Edward Hayes, Jane Pryse, Ch. Fetherstone, Hen. Neucombe, Will. Mantone, Richd. Lloyd, John North, Ellin Parker, Bar- bary Richardson, Jenkin Leech, Thomas Field, Debo. Eldridge, John Joanes.

1653 June 9, MAJOR ABRAHAM WOOD, 1557 acs. lying at Fort Henry in Chas. City Co., 9 June 1653, p. 77. On S. side of Appamattock Riv., bounded from a marked tree on the back of a little swamp on sd. Riv., S. by E. into the woods, W. by S., thence N. by W. on the river, E. by N. down the river to beg., including 1052 acs., from thence N. by W., W. N. W. along the river, thence W. S. W. along the poynt, cross- ing part of sd. Riv. to the lower end of an island called Flea Is., W. running upon a straight line along the run to poynt above tenement of John Yowens (or Yowers), including the islands & inletts of waters lands & rocks, being 49 acs. & 2 rood; & 456 acs. & 24 perch, the residue, bounded S. E. by S &c. 600 acs. part granted sd. Wood by Order of Assembly 1 Oct. 1646, & 957 acs. for trans, of 20 pers: Augustin Elsby, Charles Maguiry, Symon Cooper, George Hill, Tho. Linuse (or Lucuse), Daniell Lyres, Richard Collins, Edward Hayes, Jane Pryse, Ch. Fetherstone, Hen. Neucombe, Will. Mantone, Richd. Lloyd, John North, Ellin Parker, Bar- bary Richardson, Jenkin Leech, Thomas Field, Debo. Eldridge, John Joanes.

1653 July 4, EDWARD HARRINGTON (Haring- ton), 450 acs. Northampton Co., 4 July 1653, p. 246. Near Mathepongoe, bounded on the N. by Phillips Cr., etc. Trans, of 9 pers: Morrice Mathews, Edward Holt, John Joanes, Thomas Moore, Robert King, Henry Peare, John Peare, Elizabeth Peare, Edward Peare. Incomplete.

1653 Aug 6: Hollis, Jno. Assigned to Abra Moone a debt “long depending”. See entry Moone, 6 Aug 1653, p 61.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v22 Lancaster 1652 to 1655. pg. 54.

1653 Oct 19, GEORGE WADDING, 600 acs. Lan- caster 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.

1653 Oct 24: Gower, Fra: Certificate for transportation of 4 persons. p 89. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v22 Lancaster 1652 to 1655. pg. 45.

1653 Nov 25, HENRY LAYNE, (or Sayne), 150 acs. 10 Oct. 1657, p. 108, (161). 100 acs. granted unto John White, 25 Nov. 1653 & assigned unto sd. Layne, & 50 acs. for trans, of Wm. Miller.

1653 Dec 26, CHARLES GRYMES, Clerk, 960 acs. Lancaster Co., 26 Dec. 1653, p. 73. Upon N. side of Rappa. Riv. & N. W. side of Corotoman Riv., beg. on N. W. side of a swamp which devides this & land of Mr. Hoane, extending W. & by N. to Chicokone Path &c. Trans, of 19 pers: Daniell Stammer, William Cooke, William Parsons, George Crane, Mathew Scrivener, William Byrd, Oliver Waytes, Gabll. Binion, Thomas Mullett, Richard Miller, Thomas Nel- son, Josias Vessell, Henry Blakinsop, Eleazer Ratford, Robert Savidge, Rich- ard Eccles, Edward Gibbs, Eliza. Sutton, Thomas Quiner (?).

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.
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1654 William Ginings transp by VALLENTINE PATTEN, 1000 acs. Westmoreland Co., 6 June 1654, p. 272. Upon the S. & N. at the head of Oqui River, W. S. W. along land of Richard Codsford, etc. Trans, of 20 pers: Gowry Macalster, John Macal-
ster, Hector Macalster, Daniel Grey, John Wright, John Cook, Tho. Levin, Wm. Gage, Robt. Poynter, Joan Hoote, Henry Odell, Ann Childe (a Childe ?), Rich. Welch, Wm. Ginings, Mich. Upchurch, Fra. Shelton, Tho. Green, John Barkeworth, James Collett, Thomas Wood.
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1654 Wm Gopeinge sells 100a to Jno King on Chipoaks Creek in Surry Co Va.
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1654 Fra Gower on Lancaster Co Va tithe list

1654 June 6, VALLENTINE PATTEN, 1000 acs. Westmoreland Co., 6 June 1654, p. 272. Upon the S. & N. at the head of Oqui River, W. S. W. along land of Richard Codsford, etc. Trans, of 20 pers: Gowry Macalster, John Macalster, Hector Macalster, Daniel Grey, John Wright, John Cook, Tho. Levin, Wm. Gage, Robt. Poynter, Joan Hoote, Henry Odell, Ann Childe (a Childe ?), Rich. Welch, Wm. Ginings, Mich. Upchurch, Fra. Shelton, Tho. Green, John Barkeworth, James Collett, Thomas Wood.

1653 or 1654 June 8 COL. ARGOLL YARDLY, 2,000 acs. in Ackomack in Northpton. Co., 8 June 1654, p. 269. Bounded on the Westerne pts. on a former devdt. of sd. Yardly, S. on land of Lt. John Savidge & Nly. on land of Capt. Stone. Trans, of 40 pers: Scippia Hackerly, Wm. Band, Robt. Tower, James Palmer, Wm. Richards, And. Gread, Hen. Peirce, Nich. Graddon, John Wilson, Joan Packer, Thorand Thomas, Geo. Demey, Joan Demey, Edm. Krimy, Walter Blake, Roger Bushe, Mich. Hawkins, Wm. Lane, John Webber, John Poole, John Lee, Richard Phillips, Gilbert Welch, John Gill, Zach. Downman, Cressell Downman, Elias Hackerly, Wm. Mule, Hum. Jeckleston, John Beckett, Rice Rammell, Rob. Parramore, Phil. Cantrel, Anto. Towton, Robt. Gayny, Samll. Sellick, Win. Sweet, Hum. Sayne, Howel Merrick, Rob. Roberts.
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1653/54 June 8 Robt. Gayny transp to Ackomack in Northpton. Co

1654 June 12, THO. HARMANSON (Hermanson), 1300 acs. Northampton Co., being a neck or island, bounded Ely. by Matchepungo Riv. &c. 12 June 1654, p. 285. Trans, of 26 pers: Wm. Gibbs, Jno. Square, Eliz. Arthur, Geo. Lemond, Hen. Corner, John Lemond, John An- drew, Jno. Waye, Joan Andrew & her sonn, Mary Lemond, John Wheeler, John Dowry, John Ball, Rich. Hornett (or Honnett), William Kayne, Pastrow Cornwall, James Seckbone, William Hill, Wm. Drye, Emanuel Cross, Andrew Lock, Biggony Praise, John Lemon, John Poole, John Keye.

1654 Oct 5, MAJOR MILES CAREY, 3,000 acs. in Westmoreland Co., 5 Oct. 1654, p. 285. Bounded on S. W. side with Oho- quin Riv., on S. E. with land of Mr. Drayton & N. W. upon a swamp near the falls of sd. river dividing this & land surveyed for Col. Hump. Higgen- son. Trans, of 6 pers: Roger Daniel, Sen., Roger Daniel, Junr., Ann Taylor, Thomas Heynes, Ro. Synsbury, Robt. Heynes, John Ledrick, John Squire, Ann Whitson, Marg. Creese, David Beoan, Evan Lewis, Martin Cheins, John Berreman, Ann Colton, Sam Wil- bourn, Andrew Wyatt, John Haynes, Mary Martin, Mary Cordecur, Mary Taylor, Ann Bennes, Jno. Fatherell, Jenken Wotten, Walter Johnson, John Clark, Ann Madoxs, Val. Prentice, James White, Eliz. Browne, Rich. Workman, Ann Tildamus. (Note: This should, no doubt, be for 60 pers., although but 32 names appear.)

1654 Oct 6 – Bernard Geines and Eliz. Geines are transported to Virginia by R. (Rowland) LAWSON, who receives 400 acres upon S. side of Rappa. Riv., beg. at Eastmost extent of the land of Geo. Eaton, etc., unto sd. Lawson’s former grant &c. 6 Oct. 1654, p. 299. Trans. of 8 pers: (Geo. Eaton, Lawson’s, Trans of -Mary Palmer, Rose Love, Fra. Plumer, Thomas Jones, Roger Clatworth, Dennis Foard, Bernard Geines, Eliz. Geines) p. 297. Va. Land Trans – Rappa Co.
http://interactive.ancestry.com/48408/CavaliersPioneers-005066-577?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d48408%26path%3d&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=CavaliersPioneers-004785-297 1654 Oct 6 – Bernard Geines and Eliz. Geines transp to S. side of Rappa. R  (Note:  I can’t make up my mind on this one if it is a “Gaines” variation or a “Goines” variation – so leaving on this page for now).

1654 Dec 12, ROBERT HUBARD, 1600 acs. Westmoreland Co., on S. side Petomack Riv., 12 Dec. 1654, p. 313. Beg. at a branch of Oqui Riv. extending W. along land of Capt. Mason &c. Trans, of 32 pers: Gowry Macalster, John Macalster, Hector Macalster, Dan. Grey, John Wright, John Cook, Tho. Levin, Wm. George, Robt. Pointer, John Foot, Hen. Odell, Ann Child, Rich. Welch, Wm. Ginings, Mich. Upchurch, Fra. Shelton, Tho. Green, Jno. Barkworth, James Collett, Tho. Wood, Thomas Cuttler, Eliz. Wat- son, John Hall, Davy Marlett, Geo. Hilliar, Wm. Arnoll, Tho. Tooly, Eliz. Browne, William Cart, Wm. Sar, Mary Wells.

1655 Fran Gower – p,36. Grant,14th June 1655, by Edward Digges, Esq., to Fran Gower (sic) 530 acres situated in Co* of Lane, on S, side of Rappa. River on the Eastward side of Hodskins Creek, 250 aores of this formerly granted Mr. Ja Williamson who assigned it to Goare (sic). Refers further to Francis Goare, 280 aores of this patent aok. in Court by Francis Gower unto Thomas Pettit. signed Edward Digges W Claiborne Seer
Rec. 23 September 1656. (Pg. 10) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1655 Francis Goure – p.76. Appraisal of est. of Tho Meade late deod July 14th 1655. Total val. 17502 tobo, signed Ambrose Meather. Toby Hurst-Francis Goure Tho Robinson Reo ” 10 die 9bris 1655. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg 19) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1655 grant 530a to Franc Gower in Lancaster Co Va

1655 Fran Gower to appraise Geo Bryer estate in Lancaster Co Va

1655 Fran Gower to appraise Tho Meads will in Lancaster Co Va

1655 Edward Gover and Thomas Glower – Order Book #2. 20th August 1655. page 33. 63 Mr Thomas his cert for Land 200 acres due to Wm Thomas assigned to Col.Mottram for transportation of following into colony. Lydia Sayer, Edward Gover (Gower ? ), Thomas Glower
Lyonell Britton (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. II. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 63) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1655 Wm Thomas recd 200a transp 4 people inc Edward Gower and Thos Gower in Northumberland Va   1655 Edward and Thos Gower transp by Wm Thomas to Northumberland Co Va

1655 Richard Gower – p, 198, Will Tioknor gives bill to Mr Tho Griffith or Richard Gower or either of them for 2000 lb “sweet soented tobacco in cask to bo sorted tho one part of tho plant tho one way and tho other way tho sd tobaooo to be of my own crop x x to be paid 10 October next.” Dat. 26 Dec 1655. Wit, Rogor Radford signed Will Tignor George Holmes Roo, 1st 8ber 1659. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 58). http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1654/55 Feb 6: Gower, Fra: To pay levy on 3 tytheables to Mr Ja Williamson. 6 Feb 1654/5, p 174. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v22 Lancaster 1652 to 1655. pg. 45.

1655/6 Mar 20, PEETER SEXTON, 700 acs. Low. Norf. Co., 20 Mar. 1655/6, p. 35, (55). Near the head of the S. branch of Eliz. Riv. & adj. Richd. Joanes. Due by vir- tue of the rights of a patent for the same quantity granted to Tho. Gutte- ridge, gent., assigned unto sd. Sexton & relinquished. Assigned by Ann the re- lict & Admx. of sd. Sexton & renewed in name of Rich. Jones, 11 Apr. 1663.

1655 Mar 27, THOMAS EVERIDGE, 200 acs. in Southern branch of Eliz. Riv., beg. at miles end of Thomas White. 27 Mar. 1655, p. 314. Trans, of 4 pers: George Glayne, Mary his wife, George Glayne, Junr., Anthony Clerk.

1655 June 6: Gower, Fra: To appraise estate of Tho Meads dec’d. 6 June 1655. p 197
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v22 Lancaster 1652 to 1655. pg. 45.

1655 June 6, THOMAS READ, 300 acs. Lancaster Co., on N. side of Rappa. Riv., next to land of Capt. Fleet & Wly. upon land of John Taylor. 6 June 1655, p. 353. Granted unto Teague Floyne, 1 Aug. 1652, assigned & renewed unto sd. Read.

1655 June 14: p. 36. Grant, 14th June 1655, by Edward Digges, Esq., to Franc Gower (sic) 530 acres situated in Co. of Lanc. on S. side of Rappa. River on the Eastward side of Hodskins Creek, 250 acres of this formerly granted Mr. Ja Williamson who assigned it to Goare (sic). Refers further to Francis Goare, 280 acres of this patent ack. in Court by Francis Gower unto Thomas Pettit.
signed: Edward Digges
W Claiborne Secr
Rec. 23 September 1656.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v1 Lancaster 1654 to 1666. pg. 10.

1655 Aug 6: Holles, Tho, (practically illegible) Headright of Mr Ja Bagnell. 6 Aug 1655, p 208. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v22 Lancaster 1652 to 1655. pg. 54.

1655 Aug 20: Order Book #2. 20th August 1655. page 33.  Mr Thomas his cert for Land 200 acres due to Wm Thomas assigned to Col. Mottram for transportation of following into colony.  Lydia Sayer, Edward Gover (Gower ? ), Thomas Glower, Lyonell Britton.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v2 Northumberland 1652 to 1655. pg 63.

1655 Oct 2, THOMAS LETHERBERRY (Leather- berry) 600 acs. Northampton Co., 2 Oct. 1655, p. 9, (13). On S. side of the S. branch of Anancock & bounding Wly. on land of John Dorman. Trans. of 12 pers: Ellynor Leatherberry, Howell Gladeine, (or Gladenie), Owen Maturt, Dennis Solivart, Syfra Aubuff (?), Mary Gladen, Wm. Mitchell, Mary Batchellor, Teague Roane, Rob. Bright, Mary Fookes, Cha. Coonies (or Coomes).

1655 Oct 3: JOHN HINMAN, 800 acs. Northampton Co., 3 Oct. 1655, p. 2, (2). At Anancock Cr., bounded on the Southern parts by the head branch of sd. Cr. & on W. by line extending towards Chiccanssecks Cr. Trans, of 16 pers: John Knight, Eliz. Johnson, Ro. Wright, Miles Gray, Jane Williams, Rich. Gardner, John Dye, Richd. Gayney, Tho. Thorowgood, Alex. Bromley, John Farmer, Tho. Collier, Rob. Rose, Mary Poole, Joane Willms. (Williams), Joane Hodges.
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1655 Oct 3: Richd. Gayney transp to Northampton Co., At Anancock Cr., towards Chiccanssecks Cr.

1655 Oct 5, THEOPHILUS HOANE, Gent., 720 acs. on N. side of Rappa. Riv., beg. on Ewd. side of a swamp or branch running out of the head of Coratowamon Riv. 5 Oct. 1655, p. 4, (5). Renewal of patent dated 22 Feb. 1652.

1655 Oct 5, THEOPHILIS HOANE (Hone), gent., 720 acs. on N. side of Rappa. Riv., beg. at Ewd. side of a swamp or branch running out of the head of Corrotoman Riv. 6 Oct. 1658, p. 228, (326). Renewal of patent dated 5 Oct. 1655.

1655 Dec 7: Gower, Fra: To pay levy on 2 tytheables to Mr Wm Underwood. 7 Dec 1655. p 234. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v22 Lancaster 1652 to 1655. pg. 45.

1655 Dec 7: Geyar, Elliner. To pay levy on 1 tytheable to Abra Weekes. 7th Dec. 1655. p 237.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v22 Lancaster 1652 to 1655. pg. 43.

1655 Dec 26: p, 198, Will Ticknor gives bill to Mr Tho Griffith or Richard Gower or either of them for 2000 lb “sweet scented tobacco in cask to be sorted the one part of the plant the one way and the other way the sd tobacco to be of my own crop x x to be paid 10 October next.” Dat. 26 Dec 1655.
signed: Will Tignor
Wit: Rogor Radford
George Holmes
Rec. 1st 8ber 1659.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v1 Lancaster 1654 to 1666. pg. 58.

1656 Francis Goare – p, 112. Francis Goare sells 280 aores to Thomas Pettit, Mr Andrew Gilson Mr George Taylor. Reo. 23rd June 1656. “We Thomas Williams & Alexander Porteus assign our right & title to within specified Land to James Williamson.” Datod 6th Aug. – -.signed Thomas Williams his mark Alex Porteus Recorded 23rd Sept 1656, Note: The above entries are not altogether clear. B.F. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 30)

1656 Francis Gaines – p. 38. Will of William Carne. Dated 18th July 1656. To John Waterman and Willm Frisle debt due from Thomas Berfoot. Refers to debts due him from Francis Gaines, Dunkyn Roy, Geo Affeld, John C- -, Patriok Miller, James Bonner, John Bell, Richard Harper, Desires that debts be paid, due by him to Lout Coll Ellis (?), Andrew Cerliff and to Coll Guinn. Wit. John Bell signed the mark of Willm Carne the mark of Jo Needles “Postoript In case the sd Willm Frizell be alive it doth belong half to him if not it doth belong all to Jo Waterman,” Reoordod 23rd September 1656, (Pg. 10)

1656 George Gaynes is noted to have been transported to Maryland. 5:260 Film No: Transported 1656; MSA SC 4341-
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1656 WILLIAM GOWERS, 300 acs. Northampton Co., 27 Mar. 1656, p. 21, (33). Ely. upon Deepe Cr. & Sly. towards Chissenessecks. Trans, of 6 pers: Occome, Tonye, Duke, Robin, Tom, Brunke, Negroes, assigned by Col. Scarburgh.
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1656 William Gowry transp w 70 people to Northampton Co for 3500 acrs by Tabitha and Matilda Scarburgh

1656 July 18: p. 38. Will of William Carne. Dated 18th July 1656. To John Waterman and Willm Frisle debt due from Thomas Berfoot. Refers to debts due him from Francis Gaines, Dunkyn Roy, Geo Affeld, John C- -, Patrick Miller, James Bonner, John Bell, Richard Harper, Desires that debts be paid, due by him to Leut Coll Ellis (?), Andrew Cerliff and to Coll Guinn.  Wit. John Bell signed the mark of Willm Carne the mark of Jo Needles  “Postcript In case the sd Willm Frizell be alive it doth belong half to him if not it doth belong all to Jo Waterman,” Recorded 23rd September 1656.   Virginia Colonial Abstracts v1 Lancaster 1654 to 1666. pg. 10.

1656 Sept 11, CAPT. HENRY FLEETE, 550 acs. 11 Sept. 1656, p. 38, (58). Beg. at the miles end of land of Mr. WmSons. (Williamsons), now called Mr. Hobkins land & adj. his own land. Trans, of 11 pers: Darby Howranley, Katherine Cullin, Wm. Tall, Daniell Morrell, Jno. Bryant, Tho. Hinde, James Ludwell, Tho. Harris, Joane Wood, Tho. Boane (or Boare), Bridges Lee.

1656 Oct 4, GEORGE ABBOTT, gent., 1000 acs. Nansemond Co., 4 Oct. 1656, p. 63, (91). Adj. land of Mr. William Wright & crossing Marrocone Cr. Trans, of 20 pers: Ann Warburton, William Adams, Francis Croffa, Thomas Perry, Robert Bayly, John Jones, Tho. Dowde, John Bowinge, Maria (a) Negro, John an Irishman, Margarett an Irishwoman, Robert Murry, Tho. Ingan, Eliz. his wife, Wm. Moore.

1656 Oct 9, JNO. BILLIOTT, 1050 acs. North- ampton Co., 9 Oct. 1656, p. 63, (92). Near the seaboard side, Nly. on branch of forked Cr. parting this from land of Thomas Bell & to marked trees parting this from land of Robert Foster. Trans. of 21 pers: An Smith, Knora Nimca- hoe (?), Derreman Machoone, Eliza- beth Winn, Susan Dowridge, Alice Deane, Robert Bright, Mary Fawne, Charity Jenkins, Morrice WhitsorreH,
Sarah Greene, Jno. Twoale, Dennis Mokezann (?), Edwd. Brockham, Mary LefTore, Joane Newes, Mary Joanes, Ann Winn, Xphr. Cox, Ann Benhowe. (?)

1656 Nov 30, JOHN KENT, 666 acs. Northumber- land Co., 30 Nov. 1656, p. 39, (60). Ely. towards the Gleabe land & Nly. upon the head of Matapony Riv. 550 acs. by patent granted to Mr. Rob. New- man, 25 Mar. 1651 & by John Hayne, assignee of sd. Newman, assigned unto sd. Kent; 116 acs. for trans, of 3 pers.* Renewed 31 Dec. 1662

1657 Mar 15, GEORGE POYNDEXTER (Poindex- ter) & GEORGE TOMPSON, 350 acs. Gloster Co., 15 Mar. 1657, p. 163, (241). At the head of Eagle Nest Cr. in Milford Haven, beg. at marked trees of Richard Longe, running to the head of greene branch which lyes upon the back of Conglins land. Trans, of 7 pers: Mary Joanes 1 Negro, Eliz. Depthford, Jno. , Alex. Duncombe, Christian Bensly (?), James Knuckly

1657 Feb 6 John Clarke assignes 170 acres to William Garvin (Gowen) in York Co, Va.  On Jan 24, 1661 William and his wife Anne assign this land to Edmund Chisman.  The following is the chain of title noted in the entry: (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

I, Richard Bennett, Esq., grant to Thomas Willis 170 acres land commonly called York Ridge, in Yorke Co., bounded on east by Thomas Jackson, dec’d, Dead Mans Brook, Willaim Clarke, dec’d, on west, and on northeast by Edward Wright, for transport of 4 persons.  14 April 1653. Signed Ri. Bennett. W. Claimborne, Secr.

I, Thomas Willis, assign right in above (to John Clarke?)
11 Jan. 1655. Signed Thomas Willis
Wit: George (T) Johnson, John Curtis

I, John Clarke, assign right in above to William Garvin.
6 Feb. 1657. John (W) Clarke
Wit: David (t) Rophie, Richard (D) Davis

I, William Garvin and Anne Garvin, assign right in above to Edmund Chisman for 1700 lbs tob.
24 Jan 1661. William Garvin, Anne (S) Garvin
Wit: Henry (H) Stephens, John (HH) Benson
24 Jan. 1661 Bond of William and Ann Garvin to Edmund Chisman (same witnesses)

I authorize my well beloved friend Richard Roberts my attorney to receive lands and to receive possession and acknowledgement of my brother John Chisman’s attorney Mr Lawrence Smith’s bargain and sale.
14 Dec. 1661. Edmund Chisman
Wit: Robert Curtis, John Lilly.  Recorded 24 Jan. 1661

York County Virginia Records 1659-1662.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III. 1989.

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

1657 March 17 – William Gawine living adjacent to Capt Henry Perry and Edward Oliver in Surry County, Va  1657 March 17 – Indenture of Capt Henry Perry, Esq . . . sells 250 acres to Edward Oliver in Upper Chippoakes, bordering upon the land of Wm. Gawine.  Capt Perry intermarried with the executrix of Jeremiah Clements.  This land also borders Wm. Thomas’ land.  Wits Wm Drummond and Worsham Hosmanden.  This is in Surry County, Virginia records.  Recorded Nov 10, 1660. (Note: possibly the same William Gowen as in York County, Virginia)

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1657 May 1, JOHN NICHOLLS, of Corrotoman Riv., 900 acs. Lancaster Co., 1 May 1657, p. 203, (296). 450 acs. N. W. on sd. Riv., N.Ely, on land of Mr. Ed- win Connaway, S. W. upon Nicholas George & Andrew Boyer; S. E. along sd. Connaway & Georg Boyer; 450 acs. N.Wly. upon the head of sd. tract, S.Wly. upon Andrew Boyer & Georg Goldsmith, S.Ely, upon Mr. Kinsey & Ed. Edmonds, dee’d. 400 acs. granted unto Capt. Thomas Hackett 29 Nov. 1652, assigned unto sd. Nicholls; 50 acs. to sd. Nicholls 19 Oct. 1653 & the residue for trans, of 9 pers.*

1657 June 10, TOBY SMITH, Gent., 1350 acs., called by the name of Rockingham, in Rappa. Co., 10 June 1657, p. 104, (155). On S. side of Rappa. Riv., beg. at an oak dividing this from land of Thomas Paine. 900 acs. by patent dated 18 Feb. 1652, & 450 acs. for trans, of 9 pers: Abigail Ridge, Tho- mas Crowd er, Seth Edwards, Tho. Bumbridge, Wm. Swann, Wm. Talbott, Jno. Warner, Jno. Clowen, Katherine Ma- coughan.

1657 Oct 10, MAURICE ROSE, 1400 acs. Chas. City Co, 10 Oct. 1657, p. 128, (189). On S. side of James Riv. & on Eastermost side of the head of Wards Cr. beg. on land formerly of William Haneat (?), &c. 1000 acs. granted unto Adam Coate (or Coale), by him deserted; granted unto Hoell Price who assigned his interest to sd. Rose together with rights to make the whole devdt. good for trans, of 28 pers: Herbert Greene, Elizabeth Tanner, Marg. Hally, Robert Bory (?), David Humphryes, John Elliott, Elinor Fowler, Alice Towardy, Bryan Watts, Wm. Whittingham, Tho. Beale, Robert Kerby, Antho. Royes, James Preston, Humphry Paine, Henry Speede, Edward Carrington, Robert Smith, Fran. Hull, Wm. Wells, Arth. Arnold, Archebell MacCraw, John Comings, Hueh Merrit, Sarah Lacie, Jane Mabbett, Henry Wench (or French), Tho. Wade, (or Wood).

1657 Nov 20, NICHOLAS OWEN & THOMAS JOANES, 26 acs. Northumberland Co., 20 Nov. 1657, p. 170, (254). Beg. in a small swamp dividing this & land of Thomas Wilford & running to corner tree on land of Edward Henly. Trans, of 1 pers.*

1657 Nov 23, LEONARD JOANES, 200 acs. Rap- pa. Co., 23 Nov. 1657, p. 154, (226). On Totoskies Cr. Trans, of 4 pers: John Smith, Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Williams.

1657 Dec 1,THOMAS BROUGHTON. 300 acs. in same county. 1 Dec. 1657, p. 166, (246). Upon the head of the broad Cr., between Yeocomoco & Metopony Rivers, N.Wly. upon land of Anthony Lenton & S. Ely. upon land of Lawrence Dameron. Granted unto William Bacon, deserted & now due for trans, of 6 pers: Tho. Davis, Wm. Richards, Mary Edwards, Kat. Chester, Edward Conny, Rebecca Haines.

1658 Richd Lawson decd convey heiffer to James Gaines in Rappa Co Va

1658 with 100 acs in New Kent Co sold to John Gynes by John Stanup noted in his 1350 ac transaction from 1662

1658: LAWSON, RICHARD, (Nuncupative Will), ————, 1658. Delivered by word of mouth to Mr. John Catlett and Mr. John Paine; being the day before he departed out of this life which was ————ber, 1658. That his wife* enjoy his plantation that he ———-————during her life and afterwards Elizabeth Lawson the daughter of Epaphroditus Lawson ——————-——-— case said Elizabeth die before his wife then his wife to dispose of the plantation. His wife to have and enjoy all his goods excepting that James Gaines have another heifer; that John Taylor, his servant, have a heifer. If said John Taylor survive his m ————————— time with Elizabeth his daughter and if the said Elizabeth survive —————————— then she to have ———————— aforesaid heifer. ——————— land upon the so ———————————-— Occupation Creek ————-———— John Whitty according to mutuall agreement —————————deliver unto the said Lawson two men servants the age of sixteen and twenty years, having sufficient bedding and clothing. Note that the land was excepted in case the full tract were included within the bounds of the patent, and not entrenching upon any mans land.
JOHN CATLETT
JOHN PAINE
Postcript. In case the said Captain Whitty would not accept the said land in payment of his debt, it was to be sold to pay said debt. Page 86. Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pg 12 to 13.

1658 Mary Goyse (or Goyne) E. side of Chickacone Riv., N.Wly. upon land of Jacob Contancean & Col. Mattrom, dee’d., running by Mr. Chandlers land & N.Ely, upon a line dividing it from land of Doctr. Russell.
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1658. Anno 1658. Lawrence Hulett’s Debts to: (estate record)
Francis Browne 400lbs, Tob. From: Mr. Thomas Beale 100
By another bill 245 Francis Holland 100
Ed’d Wright 483 Mr. Edw’d Palmer 100
William Garvin 160 Mr. Edward Moulson 050
Capt. Gooch 377 Morris Proster 067
Mr. Ballard 330 Mr. Robt. Baldrey 100
More & Newell 100 517
2095
Mr. Edw’d Moseley 1 Barrell 5 Pecks
Mr. Blackwell 5 pecks
Sum total is 40 bushells of Corn
(Note: the figures in the left column are not specified as to the commodity meant.)
Francis Browne 15
Francis Browne 3
Wm. Pattison, Church Warden 8
Mr. Tho Beale 1
Mr. Edward Moulson 1.5
York County, Virginia
York Co, book 3, wills, deeds, and orders, pg 5-60, 1657-1659. pg 54.

1658 Jan 24: p. 45. William Garvin, by a noat to the Sherr., conf. judgt. to Capt. Henry Jackson for 250 lbs. tob. & ca: by bill.
York Co, Va, book 3, wills, deeds, and orders, pg 5-60, 1657-1659. pg 45. 59.

1658 March 3: p. 53 A. I John Merryman of Rappahannock, P/A. to John Tiplady to implead the Est of John Claxon, likewise to sue & Implead Thomas Beale for a debt due by bill, 3 March 1658.
John Merryman (mark)
Wits: William Garbin, Richard Vanson (mark)
York Co, Va, book 3, wills, deeds, and orders, pg 5-60, 1657-1659. pg 53. 72.

1658 May 6: p. 29. Inv of the Est. of Charles Kiggon, dec’d, 6 May 1658, by order of Court, 24 April 1658. The names in the Inv. are:   Jaes Bray (twice), Tho Michell (3 times), Jno. Peteet, Tho Crouch, Lewis Roberts, Jno Dicke, John Humphreys (twice), John Aduston, Charles Dunne, Jno Cuthell, Elias Davis, Edw Mosse, Enis Mackentosh (twice), James Williams.   The whole: 12483
More unsold, and the names of Thomas Michell (with debts, by bills:): John Clark (3 times), John Baker (3 times), David Rowfye (twice), Richard Sidewall, Jno Sandifer, William Garvin, William Ware (or Ward) Richard Davis (twice).  Outcry 12483.  Debt 4709.  Total 17192.   Thomas Wardley made to William Ward.  Susannah Kendall’s Indenture.  A lease of land in New Poquason.   Tho. Ballard, Cl. Cur.
York County, Va.  York Co, book 3, wills, deeds, and orders, pg 5-60, 1657-1659. pg 29. 34.

1658 May 17 – Christian Gorein is transported to Virginia by Rice Jones, and Anthony Jackman, Mr. Miles Dixon, who receive 1040 acres in Rappa Co, on S. side of Rappa R. 17 May 1658. p. 277 (378). Beg nigh the edge of the great swampe or main pocosan, part of same bounded with marked trees belonging to Mr. Miles Dixon, nigh Matapawny Path near head of Dedmans Cr and Trans of 20 pers: (Edward Howgrave, John Anderton, James Payne, , James Fossett, Thos Bowman, Priscilla Holloway, Alice Kinge, Mary Floyd, Mary ____, Eliz Farme, Edward Allen, Thos Gill, Robert Doore, John Cox, Fra. Overton, Susanna Nurse, Wm Matthews, Fran. Morgans, Doris (?) Williams, Adam Higgison, Christian Gorein) , Renewed 13 Jan 1661. p. 391. Va. Land Trans – Rappa Co. , Va.
http://interactive.ancestry.com/48408/CavaliersPioneers-005066-577?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d48408%26path%3d&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=CavaliersPioneers-004880-391 1658 May 17 – Christian Gorein transp to S. side of Rappa R. near great swampe or main pocosan, near Dedmans Cr

1658 July 10, LT. COL. ROBERT ABRALL & JOHN PIGG, 1280 acs. New Kent Co., 10 July 1658, p. 174, (259). On branches of Whorecock Sw., beg. by the path behind Tattopecksick feild. Trans, of 26 pers: Jno. Larrat, Randall Burne, Jno. Roberts, Anne Davenport, Edwd. Hudson, James Scot, James Patteson, Rose Allin, Geo. Reniston, John Wenn, Hen. Ekine, Edward Byard, Tho. Blancher, Robt. Joanes, Mary Andersin, Sarah Williams, Richd. Branch, Robt. Harmon, Edwd. Roberts, Hen. Brother- ton, Tho. Cockerell, John Barchard, Geo. Lee, Ro. Pratt, Nicholas Moore, Wm. Norcot.

1658 July 10, JOHN PIGGE, 300 acs. New Kent Co, 10 July 1658, p. 182, (271). On branches of Peanketanke, beg. at cor. of John Axoll’s land. Trans, of 6 pers: Roger Denne (?), Jno. Younge, Wm. Bowyen, Tho. Hardicke, James Spritt, Rees Hughes.

1658 Aug 17 – p. 32. Indenture, 17 Aug. 1658, Betw. Elias Davis of the Parish of New Poquoson, of the one part, & ffrancis Mould of the same place, of the other part, the sd. Mould is to serve the sd. Davis for the term of four years to begin at the date hereof, and
Elias Davis is to provide for him (described).  Wit.: William Garven, Edm. Watts.
Francis Mould (mark).  Recog. 24 Aug. 1658 & Rec.
York Co, Va book 3, wills, deeds, and orders, pg 5-60, 1657-1659. pg 32, 38.

1658 Sept 5, THOMAS JONES, 1000 acs. Rappa. Co., 5 Sept. 1658, p. 187, (275). On branches of Pascatticon Sw. Trans, of 20 pers: Thomas Tipper, Tho. Redd- inge, Katherine Browne, James Clerke, Eliz. Jones, Thomas Gill, Wm. Boulin (or Bevlin) Edwd. Smith, Robert Abraham, Thomas Joines, Jno. Morgan, Wm. Corman.

1658 Sept 5, ANTHONY HAYNES, 1000 acs. Rappa. Co., 5 Sept. 1658, p. 185, (273). On branches of Pascatticon Sw., beg. by an Indian path. Trans, of 20 pers: Mary Willis, Thomas Boyes, Margery Puttinge, Hurstwell, Tho. Bell, Rich. Damsies, Rich. Joy, Mary Joy, Jane Irish (Irish person ?), Georg Devarr, Georg Poole, Thomas Porter, Wm. Todd, Lawrence Yorke sheire, Mathew Pane, Richard Smith, Richard Steel, Asable Tutmarsh, Charles Quarles.

1658 Oct 25: p. 36 A. Cert to Mr. Thomas Michall for 650 Acres of Land for Importation of 13: John Gunne, And. Morton, Anne Shilliboe, Ellen Haslewood, William Calvert, Bridgett Blacke, Thomas Hensonn, Sarah Russell & Thomas Michell and for 4 returned. York County, Virginia. York Co, book 3, wills, deeds, and orders, pg 5-60, 1657-1659. pg 36. 45.

1658 Dec 27: Robert Bird: leg. wife Susan; two servants John Daniels and Jane Williams their time; daughter Susannah my plantation bounding on Mr. Seaward and Mr. Winn also cattle formerly given her by Capt Luck; Mr Edward Saunders, Surgeon; daughter Elizabeth; God-son John Davis the son of John Davis; to every one of my servants a cow and calf at freedom, only Procter excepted: Ann West. Overseers, beloved friends Mr. William Yarrett, Mr Willam Bressey, Mr. John Hardy and Samuel Haswell. Nov 22, 1656.
Cod., to John Gaine the son of Thomas Gaine. Dec 27, 1658.
Wit: John George, Edward Saunders, Thomas Gordon.
Jurantur coram nobis, James Ryland, John Bond, Francis Hobs, Nicholas Hill, J. Bazeley, Daniel Boucher. Page 574.  Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 4.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-89SG-8FG4?i=9&wc=SJ7K-VZ4%3A344503801%2C344559401&cc=2034267

1659 John Thimblellby will with John Gwanh as 19 yr old witness in MD (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 Gwanh family that this actually belongs to, so this may not be a “Going” at all, but worth reviewing).

1659 Mar 24, LITTLETON SCARBURGH, JOHN ALEXANDER & TABITHA SMART, 1500 acs. Northampton Co., 24 Mar. 1659, p. 287, (392). On the N. & S. sides of little Matomkin Cr. includeinge Wattchepreag on the S. & Little Matomkin Towne on the N. & including all the necks & branches of sd. Cr. Trans, of 30 pers: John Watts, Jeffery Coote, Edmd. Cantwell, Tho. Stany, Hugh Bowin, Sarah Huitt, Susan Fletcher, Jane Gardner, Mary Hues, Sarah Gard- ner, Alice Roberts, Joseph Huitt, Nicholas Letchey, John Hapworth, Morris Savatt (?), Jane Gethinge, Tho. Davis, Darby Enns (?), John Davis, Edward Banbury, Robert Fookes, Jane Rogers, Ann Leitch, Tho. Warren, Henry Robins, James Hayes, Timothy Jones, Charles Mackworth, Mary Williams, Tho. Morris.

1659 Oct 24 – I, John Clarke, sell a brown heifer to John Weston the younger, which heifer was given in exchange for a flock of hogs, given by George Weston (?)
(part obliterated) to John Weston the younger.
4 _____mber 1658
Wit: Richard (RD) Dickeson, William Garvin
Signed: John (his mark) Clarke. Recorded 24 Oct 1659  (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

1659 Oct 24 William Garvin as witness in York Co Va marked

York County Virginia Records 1659-1662.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III. 1989.

1661 Thos Gaynor – p, 235, Bristoll, Indenturo made 21st June 1661. Thos Gaynor agrees to serve George Hanoooke, from date hereof until his first noxt arrival at Virginia, and after for four years, “In consideration whereof the sd master doth hereby covenant and grant to and with the sd servant to pay for his passing and to find and allow him meat drink apparroll Lodging with other nocossarys during the sd terme and at tho end of the sd terme to pay unto him one ax one hoe one years provision double apparell fifty acres of land according to the Custome of the Country”
“Inrolled upon record signed Tho Gaynor according to the custome of tho sd City the City seale” Witness And Hayes Reoorded 1st April 1662, (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pag 71)

1661 June 21: p, 235, Bristoll, Indenture made 21st June 1661. Thos Gayner agrees to serve George Hancocke, from date hereof until his first next arrival at Virginia, and after for four years, “In consideration whereof the sd master doth hereby covenant and grant to and with the sd servant to pay for his passing and to find and allow him meat drink apparrell Lodging with other necessarys during the sd terme and at the end of the sd terme to pay unto him one ax one hoe one years provision double apparell fifty acres of land according to the Custome of the Country “Inrolled upon record signed Tho Gayner according to the custome of the sd City the City seale”.
Witness And Hayes
Recorded 1st April 1662.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v1 Lancaster 1654 to 1666. pg. 10.

1661 Aug 20, MR. RICHARD COLE, Merchant, 1350 acs. Northumberland Co., 20 Aug. 1661, p. 323, (443). Be<*. at a poynt at the E. side of the mouth of Machoticque Riv., extending along Potomack E. by N. &c. to a tree divding this & land of James Hurd, to land of Mr. Isaak Allerton &c. 1050 acs. granted to Wm. Goower 18 Feb. 1650 & 300 acs. the residue for trans, of 6 pers: Jno. Edwards, Jno. Williams, Susan Edmond, Edwd. James, Peter Story, Hanah Dew.

1661 Jan 24 – On Jan 24, 1661 William Garven and his wife Anne assign this land to Edmund Chisman.  The following is the chain of title noted in the entry:

I, Richard Bennett, Esq., grant to Thomas WIllis 170 acres land commonly called York Ridge, in Yorke Co., bounded on east by Thomas Jackson, dec’d, Dead Mans Brook, Willaim Clarke, dec’d, on west, and on northeast by Edward Wright, for transport of 4 persons.
14 April 1653. Signed Ri. Bennett. W. Claimborne, Secr.

I, Thomas Willis, assign right in above (to John Clarke?)
11 Jan. 1655. Signed Thomas Willis
Wit: George (T) Johnson, John Curtis

I, John Clarke, assign right in above to William Garvin.
6 Feb. 1657. John (W) Clarke
Wit: David (t) Rophie, Richard (D) Davis

I, William Garvin and Anne Garvin, assign right in above to Edmund Chisman for 1700 lbs tob.
24 Jan 1661. William Garvin, Anne (S) Garvin
Wit: Henry (H) Stephens, John (HH) Benson
24 Jan. 1661 Bond of William and Ann Garvin to Edmund Chisman (same witnesses)

I authorize my well beloved friend Richard Roberts my attorney to receive lands and to receive possession and acknowledgement of my brother John Chisman’s attorney Mr Lawrence Smith’s bargain and sale.
14 Dec. 1661. Edmund Chisman
Wit: Robert Curtis, John Lilly
Recorded 24 Jan. 1661  (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

1661 Jan 24 William Garvin assigns rights to 170 acres land to Edmund Chisman in York Co Va marked

York County Virginia Records 1659-1662.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III. 1989.

1662 March 8 – John Gynes is listed as a buyer of land in a land transaction by JOHN STANUP, who receives 1350 acres in New Kent Co., 18 Mar. 1662, p. 238, (158). S. side of Yorke Riv., beg. at corner by Henry Ashwells path, running S.W. by S. &c. to corner by John Basbies path, thence S. Ely. to Thomas Collings corner &c., including 1750 acs. granted to Martin Baker 28 Nov. 1658, 300 acs. of which sd. Baker sold to Tho. Tilsey & 100 acs. to Jno. Gynes (?), which is excepted out of the bounds according to the bills of sale from Baker; 1350 acs. assigned sd. Stanup by sd. Baker. New Kent Co, Va.
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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/

1662 and 1663 Elizabeth Gaynes is transported to Maryland. Source: CC:71 Film No: Transported between 1662 & 1663; Transcript: 7:81; MSA SC 4341- http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/

1662 Jan 15, JNO. LEWIS & THOMAS MICHELL, 1680 acs. New Kent Co., 15 Jan. 1662, p. 84 (565). Beg. at Mr. Michells land, N.N.E. by Westover path, thence to Coll. Gooch’s cor. tree &c. Trans, of: Wm. Thornton, Rich. Boyne, Tho. Shugge, Law. Baker, Tho. Walder, Ellen Harwod, Mary Stinson, Jane Mayson, Rich. Saucer, Jno. Tillett, Geo. Catleton, Bryan Hazlewod, Ann Lulow (?), Eliz. Palmer, Joane Madd, Hugh Davis, Jno. Gunne, Wm. Colvert, Eliz. Gittins, James Ridly, Mary Taylor, Eliz. Smith, Ann Norton, Bridg. Black, Nich. Hart, Nich. Flower, Wm. Pearce, Rich. Overton, Ann Shilooe (?), Tho. Hanson, Sarah Russell.

1662 Jan 15, JNO. LEWIS & THOMAS MICHELL, 1680 acs. New Kent Co., 15 Jan. 1662, p. 84 (565). Beg. at Mr. Michells land, N.N.E. by Westover path, thence to Coll. Gooch’s cor. tree &c. Trans, of: Wm. Thornton, Rich. Boyne, Tho. Shugge, Law. Baker, Tho. Walder, Ellen Harwod, Mary Stinson, Jane Mayson, Rich. Saucer, Jno. Tillett, Geo. Catleton, Bryan Hazlewod, Ann Lulow (?), Eliz. Palmer, Joane Madd, Hugh Davis, Jno. Gunne, Wm. Colvert, Eliz. Gittins, James Ridly, Mary Taylor, Eliz. Smith, Ann Norton, Bridg. Black, Nich. Hart, Nich. Flower, Wm. Pearce, Rich. Overton, Ann Shilooe (?), Tho. Hanson, Sarah Russell.

1662 Mar 18, FRANCIS GREY, 1000 acs. on S. side of Petomake Riv, 18 Mar. 1662, p. 330, (328). 675 acs. on the head of Rosiers Cr, running N.E. to the round hill, abutting land of Mr. Tho. Boyer & Mr. John Hillier; 250 acs. N.E. upon sd. Riv, S.E. upon sd. Cr, 75 acs. Ely. upon sd. 250 acs, Wly. upon sd. 675 acs. & Sly. upon sd. Cr. Renewal of patent dated 16 July 1654.

1662 June 16, TOBIAS HORTON, 1200 acs. Lan- caster Co., 16 June 1662, p. 130, (635). (By Francis Moryson.) Between Tabb Cr. & Nanty poyson Cr., issuing out of Fleets bay &c. Trans, of 24 pers: Richard Tanner, Jno. Coller, 2 Negroes; Hen. Parker, John (a) Frenchman, Hen. Tailor, Jacob Tonie, Jno. Ayres, John Cartar, Jno. Gidin, Tho. Reynolds, Joseph Baker, John King, Tho. Stephens, Hen. Reynolds, Jno. Coane, Jno. Bolton, Jno. Pricket; & 7 Rights being for a relinquished pattent dated 5 Feb. 1663.

1662 Oct 13 – Estate of Col. Xpher Calthorp, dec’d. produced by Anne Calthorp, Adm’x, appraised by order of court of 10 Sept last by Mr. Armiger Wade and Mr. John Hunt, and by Mr. John Hay and Mr. Michael Taverner, appointed in place of Mr. Anthony Rooksby, being very sick, and Mr. Thomas Mitchell, being from home. Sworn by Capt. William Hay, 13 Oct. 1662.
. . .
Debts (due to the estate): William Garvin, George Avery, Elias Davis, Capt. John Underwood, Mark Laghland, Richard Roberts, Hendrick Vandoverack for rent, Georger Avery more for rent last year, Bennet Madron for rent and 1 barrel corn, Thomas Evans for rent, Arnold the Dutchman his note for rent. Total 2473 lbs tob. . . .  (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

1662 Oct 23 William Garvin owes debt to estate of Col Xpher Calthorp decd in York Co Va marked

York County Virginia Records 1659-1662.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III. 1989.

1663 WM. GOWERS, 600 acs. Accomacke Co., 23 Feb. 1663, p. 274, (222). At Hunting Cr., bounding on land of Richard Hill, Senr., running Ely. up the Cr. & Sly. towards Deep Cr. Trans, of 12 pers: Tho. White, JefTry Moore, Margt. Mathews, Evan Powell, Tho. Smith, Owin Hopkins, Alice Wilson, Martha Atkins, John Walford, Jone Powell, John Mackton, Jno. Evans.
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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/

1663 Feb 23, JAMES ATKINSON, 500 acs. Acco- macke Co., 23 Feb. 1663, p. 104 (600). At Hunting Cr., next above land of Wm. Browne, running Sly. toward Deepe Cr. Trans, of 10 pers: Edw. Hepworth, Jane Mosely, Tho. Jenings, Ed. Rawlings, Wm. Eping, Anth. Wyatt, Jeffry Compton, Ann Morris, Mary Joanes, Ed. Conaway.

1663 Feb 24, MATHEW HILL, 470 acs. New Kent Co., 24 Feb. 1663, p. 225, (134). Bet. Chickahominy Sw, & Pamunkey Riv., beg. at a corner tree by Westover path, running E. by S. to Mr. Breretons land &c. to sd. path dividing this from land of Mrs. Joanes & Johna. Higby & Robt. Garrett. 337 acs. granted to John Hodg 11 Oct. 1662 from whom it was purchased by sd. Hill, & 133 acs. for trans, of 3 pers: Math. Hill, Johna. Norcott, Doro. Diccars.

1663 Apr 17, JOHN HORSINGTON, Gent., 1750 acs. New Kent Co., 17 Apr. 1663, p. 263, (202). Upon branches & main swamp of Black Cr., beg. in the line of Thomas London by Westover path, run- ning nigh an Indian field &c. to Mr. Hubberds land &c. Trans. 35 pers: Robt. Horsington, Thomas Horsington, Dorothy Cannon, Dorathy Horsington, Thomas Millisent, Wm, Peirce, Wm. Hemmings, Jno. Watts, Eliz. Frey, Jno. Iron, Eliz. Miles, Mary a Negro, Joane Carter, Johannah Rawlings, Abraham Knowles, Lewis Griffin, Joseph Flower, Fran. Denoware, Nathaniell Barker, Thomas Williams, Dall. Merrick, Wm. Richardson, Robt. Bowene, George Robts. (Roberts), Joseph Blayton, Jno. Adams, Richd. Price, Wm. Parke, Sarah Parke, Wm. Parke, his wife, Wm. Swinborne, Edwd. Harris, Wm. Bea- mond, Rice a Welchman.

1663 July 9, MR. THOMAS CHETWOOD & GEORGE HASELLOCK, (Haslelocke), 2250 acs. on N. side of Rappa. Co., 9 July 1663, p. 200, (95). Running along a maine br. at the head of Totoskey Cr. called the Cross Cr. &c. to chestnutt dividing this & land of Mr. Samll. Griffin. Trans, of 45 pers: Ed. Ben- nett, Jno. Iriby, Nicho. Paris, Tho. Lane, Robt. Foster, Peter Rowen, Tho. Warren, Walter Horton, Lowry Stafford, Eliz. Lane, Katha. Streate (or Skeate), Noy (?) Burford, Wm. Attaway, Mary Price, Ann Burslitt, Henry Clay, Mary Loyd, Rich. Wait, Xtop. Rogers, Antho. Apostingall, 3 Negroes, Jno. Pitt, Jno. George, Sara Plumson, Demingo Brass (?), Demingo Demerense (?), Kate Phelpley, Jno. Young, 6 rights assigned by Michael Armes, Edw. Man, Jno. Wms., Tho. Travis, Wm. Tavernor, Jno. Harwell, Wm. Rauley, Wm. Cock, Eliz. Growndy, Eliz. Morry.

1663 Sept 25, THOMAS KEELY (Keele), 800 acs. in a bay of Paspetanke River, 25 Sept. 1663, p. 94 (585). Trans, of 16 pers: Wm. Badger, Jno. Gaffer, Danll. Merick, Tho. Joanes, Ed. Seare, Margt. Williams, Ann Robinson, Abell Jason, Rich. Bullock, Tho. Mann, Rich. Evans, Edward Evans, Robt. Evans, Jno. Sharpe, Ja. Fuller, John Corey (or Carey). Marginal Note: “Carolina.”

1663 Sept 25, MR. THOMAS RELFE, 750 acs. on S.W. side of Paspetanke Riv., beg. at the mouth of a swamp & running by land of Thomas Keele &c. by Mr. Fortsons marked trees &c. 25 Sept. 1663, p. 97 (590). Trans, of 15 pers: Jno. Rouse, twice, Tho. Rouse, Steph. Harris, Jno. Shorebury, Kath. Dolbin, Percy Whitty, Ann Maine, Ann Joanes, Mary Bayly, Tho. Relfe, Wm. Blech, Mary Belson, Jos. Rogers, & his wife.

1663 Oct 21: An attachment is granted Richard King against soe much of the estate of Arthur Gynn decd — (?) as shall be found to bee satisfactory for two thousand one hundred pounds of tob @ the (?) with this years levy in regain hee the said Gynn and departed out of this County privately and noe certaine place of residency knowne.
1663 Warrick County court order pages pg 1.
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1663 Oct 21 Richard King is granted an attachment against est of Arthur Gynn in Warwick Co Va

 

1664 Richad Gower – p, 306. Richard Gower, John Miller, Will Howson, James Holland, John Stone and Hugh Nodon, all of London, morohants, appoint Mr. Will Hall, Commander of the ship Providence and Mr James Sumpner (?) or either of them attornoys to oolloot debts eto,, in Va,, duo on cargoes sent last yoar and consigned to tho sd. Will Hall and James Sumpner and to Mr Leonard Howson. Dated 22 Oot, 1664, signed Rich Gower James Holland Wit, Rioh Morrys Jo Miller John Stone Edmon Sheldon Will Howson Hugh Nodon Tho Johnson “Edmond Sheldon this day did swear before mo that he saw the several persons x x sign seal and deliver the within written Letter of Attorney” Dated May 12th 1665, signed Hen Corbyn Recorded 20th May 1665, (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 92).

1664 Rich Gower – An Invoice of goods left in tho hands of Mr Ra Travers May the 26th 1664 is his ingagemt to bo accountable for the sd goods to Mr Rich Gower & Company 15.11.9 (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 92)

1664 Rich Gower – p,310. Goods of Mr Rich Gower consigned to Mr Potter
To 36 yds of red ootton at 21 d pr yd 3, 0. 6
To 50 Ells of Canvas at 15 d per Ell 3, 12. 6
eto. x x x
Total 28. 6. 11
(Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg 94)

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.

1664 Aug 24, GEO. BROYER (BRYER), 320 acs. on N. side of Rappa. Co., 24 Aug. 1664, p. 144, (13). Along trees of Mr. Ryles. Trans, of 7 pers: Emll. Conserves, Rich. Apleby, Edw. Frankling, Tho. Simons, Rich. Collings, Rice Coleman, Tho. a Negro.

1664 Sept 2, MR. JNO. STOKELEY, 2600 acs. Accomack Co., 2 Sept. 1664, p. 187. (77). Bounded E. with the seaboard side, N. by Corrattawaman Cr., S. by Stokeleyes br. & a right lyne parting tihs from land of Col. Edmond Scarburgh. Trans, of 52 pers: Edward Court, Jno. Smith, James Morgan, Martha Ellford, Archibald Allen, Reynoldes, Eliz. Stockeley, Abra. Hath (?), Jno. Smith, Peter Heyman, Thomas Brewer, Henry Hunt, Phillip Hitley, Thomas Owen, Rebecca Walbrook, Jno. Hopkins, Hast- ly (or Hartly), Wallington, Jno. Stuck- ley, Robt. Twiller, Benj. Hichman, Jno. Bowin, Peter Pett, Herbert Rye, James Bane, Jno. Newton, Jno. Palmer, James Hill, Michaell Lewis, Edward Wood,
Jno. Thornbush, Thomas West, Margt. Carvill, James Owin, Jno. More, Wm. Radly, Rich. Leigh, Thomas Carus, Ester Bayly, Thomas Thorp, Jonah Price (?), Ann Delfe, Robt. Price, Floraine All- wood, Eliz. Stuckley, Jno. Stockeley, Eliza. Ashton, Robt. Lewkner, Jno. Cane (?), James Orton, Wm. Bent, Charles Bishop, John Boyes.

1664 Sept 2, MR. JNO. STOKELEY, 2600 acs. Accomack Co., 2 Sept. 1664, p. 187. (77). Bounded E. with the seaboard side, N. by Corrattawaman Cr., S. by Stokeleyes br. & a right lyne parting tihs from land of Col. Edmond Scarburgh. Trans, of 52 pers: Edward Court, Jno. Smith, James Morgan, Martha Ellford, Archibald Allen, Reynoldes, Eliz. Stockeley, Abra. Hath (?), Jno. Smith, Peter Heyman, Thomas Brewer, Henry Hunt, Phillip Hitley, Thomas Owen, Rebecca Walbrook, Jno. Hopkins, Hast- ly (or Hartly), Wallington, Jno. Stuck- ley, Robt. Twiller, Benj. Hichman, Jno. Bowin, Peter Pett, Herbert Rye, James Bane, Jno. Newton, Jno. Palmer, James Hill, Michaell Lewis, Edward Wood, Jno. Thornbush, Thomas West, Margt. Carvill, James Owin, Jno. More, Wm. Radly, Rich. Leigh, Thomas Carus, Ester Bayly, Thomas Thorp, Jonah Price (?), Ann Delfe, Robt. Price, Floraine All- wood, Eliz. Stuckley, Jno. Stockeley, Eliza. Ashton, Robt. Lewkner, Jno. Cane (?), James Orton, Wm. Bent, Charles Bishop, John Boyes.

1664 Sept 12, MR. SOUTHBY LITTLETON, 850 acs. Accomack Co., 12 Sept. 1664, p. 181, (71). At Occocomson, bounded on E. by the seaboard side, N. by land of Samll. Taylor & S. by Edward Smith. Trans, of 17 pers: Peter Luevell, Jno. Goring, Thomas Dule (or Diche), Jno. Steward, Thomas Gray, Ralph Carr, Henry Chown, Henry Bill, Edward May, Stephen Elphich (?), Jno. Churle, (or Charle), Jno. Charles, Wm. Rye, Edward Nott, Robt. Stoller, Lawrence Marsh, James Austin.

1664 Sept 12, EDWARD SMITH, 1250 acs. Accomack Co., 12 Sept. 1664, p. 187, (77). At Occomcomson, bounded on E. by the seaboard, N. by land of Southby Little- ton & S. by Jno. Michaell. Trans, of 25 pers: Edward Wrath (or Weath), Mathew Roan, Jeffery Marsh, Wm. Manington, Jno. Blake, Hen. White- church, Rich. Snow, Roger Isam, Jacob Clakford, Paul Emerson, Jno. Mackworth, Rich. Overbury, Roger Duncomb, Charles Ancram (?), Francis Weston, Benj. Angeir, Fran. Vincent. Thomas Trevor, Wm. Gresham, Marmaduke More, Jno. Onsloe, Charles Bowyer, Allen Carew, Jno. Parbeck, Robt. Bish.

1664 Sept 13, CHARLES ROANE, 200 acs. Gloster Co., 13 Sept. 1664, p. 383, (428). Beg. at Col. Lees land, running N. by W. &c. by the marshy branch &c. by Peancketanck Sw. &c. by Rappa. Road path Sec. Trans, of 4 pers: Edwd. Fox, Jno. Browne, Tho. Jordan, Elizabeth Hayes.

1664 Oct 22: p, 306. Richard Gower, John Miller, Will Howson, James Holland, John Stone and Hugh Noden, all of London, morchants, appoint Mr. Will Hall, Commander of the ship Providence and Mr James Sumpner (?) or either of them attorneys to colloct debts etc,, in Va,, due on cargoes sent last year and consigned to the sd. Will Hall and James Sumpner and to Mr Leonard Howson. Dated 22 Oct. 1664.  Signed: Rich Gower, James Holland.  Wit: Rich Morrys, Jo Miller, John Stone, Edmon Sheldon, Will Howson, Hugh Noden, Tho Johnson.
“Edmond Sheldon this day did swear before me that he saw the several persons x x sign seal and deliver the within written Letter of Attorney”  Dated May 12th 1665, signed Hen Corbyn.  Recorded 20th May 1665. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v1 Lancaster 1654 to 1666. pg. 92.

1665 Rich. Gower – p, 307, “A list of several Bills for tobo and Bills of Exchange left in tho hands of Mr Cuth Potter by Will Hall for his own use and for several other persons hereafter signified May tho 27th 1665 vizt.
One bill of Mr Raw Travers being payable to Mr Rich Gower
8504 Payable to Mr Hall
#1 a bil of Mr Tho Glascooke for 3743
2 A bil of Mr Geo Wale for 1840
3 A bil of Mr Will Travers 1576
4 An ingagemt of Colo Goodriche 904
5 A bil of Peter Bacomes (?) 400
6 an ongagomt of Mr Ra Travers 284
7 a noto of Mr Ball for 50
8 a rect for a seale ring of white stone wth a death hoad . . .
9 a bil of Hen Ware & Hen Haslewood is an aocot 112
10 Goody Bond bil for the owners 115
11 a bil of Abraham Weekes payable to Will Hall 740
Upon tho acct of Mrs Sarah Higginson
A bil made payable to Will Hall from John Ellix of Wiococomocoo 1000
a bil of Mr Hum Booths 1077
a bil in tho hands of Mr John Hull of Donboigh for 1888
A bil of Dudloes (Dudley’s ?) for 100
A bil of Will Young payable to James Goodman 728 (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg 92)

1665 Rich Gower – p. 312. “Raw Travers of the County of Lancast Meroht do acknowledge that I have reod of Will Hall the within mentioned bills amounting to 12472 lb tobo for use of Mr Rich Gower & Company the sd bills were delivered to th© sd Hall and James Sumpner by Mr Leo Howson x x.” Dated 26th May 1665. Wit. Will Travers signed Raleigh Travers Gregory Glasoooke Recorded 29th May 1665. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 94)

1665 Tho Gaines – p, 324. Robert Gorsuch and Rich Gorsuch sell to Ralph Horton 600 acres. Refers to Tho Powell as attorney for Robt* Gorsuch. Dated 27 Feb. 1664/5.
Wit, Edw Roe signed Rich Gorsuch Howell Powell Tho Powell Roo, 1st Oot. 1665.
Power of Atty. Rich Gorsuch and Tho Powell to “our Loving friend Edward Roe to aok, above sale. Dated “27th 12th month 1664”
Wit, Tho Gaines signed Rich Gorsuch Howell Powell Tho Powell
Rec, 13th Sept.1665 (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 98)

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 Thomas Gorne transp to Isle of Wight Va, with 56 people, by Wm Body for 3350 acs

1664/5 Feb 27: p, 324. Robert Gorsuch and Rich Gorsuch sell to Ralph Horton 600 acres.
Refers to Tho Powell as attorney for Robt Gorsuch. Dated 27 Feb. 1664/5.
signed: Rich Gorsuch, Tho Powell
Wit: Edw Roe , Howell Powell.  Rec, 1st Oct. 1665.
Power of Atty. Rich Gorsuch and Tho Powell to “our Loving friend Edward Roe to ack, above sale. Dated “27th 12th month 1664”
signed: Rich Gorsuch, Tho Powell.
Wit: Tho Gaines, Howell Powell.
Rec. 13th Sept. 1665.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v1 Lancaster 1654 to 1666. pg. 10.

1665 May 1: George Empson. Dying intestate, Thomas Empson his brother requested administration. May 1, 1665.  Security, Mr. Driver, William Goering. Page 10.
Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719.
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1665 July 12, MR. WM. BODY, 3350 acs., Isle of Wight Co., 12 July 1665, p. 252, (183). At the head of the Cyprus & western branches, beg. by the Beaver Dam, running N.E. &c. to the Meadow which makes the head of the western branch &c. to Colemans corner, E. by N. Nly. to corner of Tho. Joyner near the head of the Elme Sw. 550 acs. by patent dated 20 Oct. 1661 & 2800 for trans, of 56 pers: Jno. Horsmans, Wm. Roberts, Jno. Dizen. Wm. Painter, Ed- ward Mumpford, Rich. Foxen, Hen. Hunt. Samll. Lucas, Fra. Weekes, Wm. Evans, Jasper Fisher, Jno. Dan, Jno. Taylor, Wm. Hancock, Evan Haines (or Hames), Abram Andrews, Hugh Taylor, Wm. Ranson, Jno. Walters, Jno. Bunzey, Sarah Adams, Thomas Demor, Robt. Welch, Jno. Rousee, Hen. Her- bert, Jno. Morgan, Jacob Willoughbie, Wm. Browne, Jacob Taylor, Francis Fletcher, Wm. Body, Ann Body, Mary Body, Jno. Downe, twice, Mathew Andrews, Wm. Wenham, Robt. Elkes, Francis Heymore, Eliz. Wood, Eliz. Wms. (Williams), Jno. Taylor, Jno. Cocer, Samll. Porter, Ed. Hilman, Jno. Branson, Wm. Rickett, Henry Homes, Mary Codner, James Knott, Nathall. Sharpe, Wm. Tinzey, Tho. Bugg, Tho. Gorne, Isaak Prosser, Mathew North, Susan Nore, Jane Charratt, Fortune Trevett, Wm. Bough, Eliz. Lees, Robt. Gues.

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.
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1665 Oct 20, JOHN BOWIN, 550 acs. in the freshes of Rappa. Co., on the maine br. of Rappa. Cr., 20 Oct. 1665, p. 538, (659). Adj. land of Mr. Wm. Lane, running up the br. N.N.W. &c. to a poplar, supposed to be a line tree of Mr. Vaus standing nere the run or beavor dam side, thence S.W. by S. &c. Trans, of 11 pers: Phillip Wading Thomas Jones, Ralph Walding, Mary Dudly, James Walding, Jane Walding, Mary Wotton, Peter Axtin, Wm. Serjant, Edmd. Pagget, Jno. Dudly.

1665 Dec 6, CHARLES ROANE, 100 acs. Gloster Co., 6 Dec. 1665, p. 488, (597). Upon branches of Peancketanck Riv., beg. at the side of a br. &c, N.E. along land of Col. Warner &c. Trans, of 2 pers.*

1666 John Goare – Power of Atty, Augustino Moore to John Goare to aok. in Court the sale of the above land. Dated 29th Nov. 1665* signed Augustine Moor© Wit, Rich Rant© Adam Taylor Reoordod 1 June 1666,) (Virginia Colonial Abstracts. Vol. I. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 105 ) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1666 Mar 28, WILLIAM KNOTT, 312 acs. Surry Co., 28 Mar. 1666, p. 482, (588). 112 acs. on S. side of James Riv., on S. side of upper Chipoake Cr., bounded N.W. on land of Edward Oliver, N* upon Wm. Thomas, E. on George Gibson & S.E. on Mr. Fisher; 200 acs. on S. side of sd. Riv., Wly. on Jeremiah Clements, N.W. on Edward Oliver, Nly. on Wm. Thomas, George Gibson & Edward Minter, Ely. on Wm. Gapins land & Mr. Thomas Busbie & S.E. on Mr. Richard Hill. 112 acs. granted to Wm. Knott, dec’d., 20 Nov. 1653 & 200 acs. in sd. Knotts name 14 Oct. 1657 & now due him as son & heire of sd. Wm. Trans, of 4 pers: Peter Bray, Wm. Hawking, Sarah Willis, Mary Jones.

1666 March 30: A Copy of a Will. IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN the 30th day of March 1666 according to the Computation of the Church of England I James Gowner son of Francis Gowner of the County of Rappa being of perfect memory and Remembrance praised be God doe make and ordaine this my Last will and Testament in manner and forme following Vizt First I give and Bequeath my soule into the hands of Almighty God my maker hoping that through the meritorious death and Passion of Jesus Christ my only Saviour and Redeemer to Receive free Pardon and Forgiveness of all my sins and as for my Body to be buried in Christian Buriall Item I give to my Brother Francis Gowner Two hundred and fifty acres of Land lying in Hoskins Creek & one Cow & her increase forever Revoaking all other will & testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and seal the day and year first above written. Signum. Test DENIS CONNIERs JAMES X GOWNER. Signum. MATHEW M HUMPHREY. Recordatr. Xo. die Maij 1676
Test EDM° CRASK Cl Cur Page 511.  Note. January 18, 1675, Francis Gowner transferred the above 250 acres to his brother Stanley Gore. Deed Book 5, page 512. Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 48.

1666 May 24, EVAN DAVIES (David), 861 acs. in Rappa. Co. upon branches of the Dragon Sw. & Puscaticon, 24 May 1666, p. 543, (666). Beg. by Mr. Evans path, running S.S.W. &c. to Edward Hudsons line, along same E. &c, N.W. by W. over certaine branches cf Oascation (?) Cr. to an ancient devdt. belonging to sd. Davies (or Davids) & Jno. Coale, W. by S. inclining Wly. &c. Trans, of 18 pers: Peter Watson, James Coleman, Samll. Payton, Tim. Hobson, Samp. Pullin, Tho. Sheppard, Martin Jnoson, Thomas Godman, George Jones, Ralph Crompton, Hue Serjant, Jno. Parsons, Jno. Bowin, Rebecca Bowin, Mary Bowin, Francis Bowin, Wm. Atkins, Tho. Sharpe.

1666 Jun 6, JOHN WILSON, 100 acs. Henrico Co., N. side of Appomattox Riv., 6 June 1666, p. 504, (616 V Part of 1100 acs. purchased of Wm. Clarke which was granted by pattent 6 May 1638 & by him sould to Leonard Laughton 29 Oct. 1638, who sould to Seath Ward 3 Jan. 1639, as by record of sd. deed at James Citty 24 Sept. 1640 & assignments thereon endorsed may appeare; & for better confirmation the Widdow Dora- thy Clarke surrendered the land to sd. Seath Ward at a Court held at Veriana 25 Mar. 1640, who at a Ct. held at Variana 9 Nov. 1640 surrendered to Wm. Worsnam 200 acs. being part of 300 acs. at the Ould Towne Cr. as bv the records of that Ct. & by a deed of sayle thereof dated 2 Nov. 1640 & as- signment thereon doth appeare; sd. Seath Ward for good consideration as- signed the other 100 acs. to Michaell Masters at a Ct. held at Variana 28 Oct. 1642 & sd. Masters at the same Ct. surrendered the 100 acs. to Henry Rowen, who at the same Ct. in like manner as- signed same to Peter Feepond, who at the same Ct. assigned sd. 100 acs. to sd. Wilson: beg. at the river side, running W. bv N. 1/3 NIv. along an old knnwne fence being the line parting sd. Wilson & the Orphants of George & Wm. Worsnam &c: 631 acs. 25 po. beg. about 100 paces above Mr. Randolphs Mill, extending E. by S. 51 po. by same, S.E. by S. 88 po. to a greate black oake at the Cr. side &c. to the old line of sd. Wilsons first grant where there is a greate pine marked for a cor. tree of this new survey which place is called the Sv/ift Cr. round aboute, W.N.W. 237 po. against the second fall of sd. Cr. &c.

1666 June 29 – James Gaynes is noted in a land transaction for Grantee(s): Gray, Wm., and Xtop. Blackbourne. Description: 775 acres on the South or Rappa: County; bounding upon the land of James Gaynes. Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 134 (Reel 6). Rappa Co, Va. http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/drawer?retrieve_image=LONN&dir=/LONN/LO-1/006/006&image_number=0136&offset=%2B2&name=Patents+No.6+1666-1679+(PartI+%26+PartII)&dbl_pgs=no&round= 1666 June 29 – James Gaynes South of Rappa.

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.

1666 Oct 20, WM. SERJANT & EDMOND PAG- GETT, 707 acs. on S. side of Rappa. Riv. on the head of Mill Cr. alias Tignors Cr., beg. at cor tree of Jno. Dangerfeild alias Andrew Gilsons, W. by N. &c. to line of trees belonging to Lt. Col. Guterige (Guttredge), N.E. by E. &c. to line trees of Tho. Rauson (or Ranson), N. bv E. &c. 20 Oct. 1666, p. 540, (661). Trans, of 15 pers: Wm. Farmer, Tno. Bowin, Robt. Bowin, Mary Bowin, Fran. Bowin, Wm. Atkins, Tho. Sharpe, Robt. Walton, Samll. Parker, Danll. Hudson, James Hudson, Mary Wms., Margtt. Willis (or Wilbis), Charles Cough (or Couch), Wm. Adson.

1667 March 11 – James Gaynes – receives 519 acres on the south side of the river; beginning &c nigh the head of a branch called Popomons) Bounded – to marker of land – 519 acres formerly granted to Thomas Hawkings. Va. Land Trans – Rappahannock County.
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1667 March 11 – James Gaynes – receives 519a S of R. on Popomons

1667 March 27 James Gayne land in Rappa Co Va

1667 Wm Gavin living adj to John King and John Legrande on Burson Swamp in Surry Co Va

1667 Nov 13 – John King sells 280 acrs of land in Burson Swamp to John Legrande, adjoining Simmons land, Wm Lea land, and Wm. Gavin land.  Wits John Rawlings and Walter Thompson.  Surry County, Virginia.  (Note:  see March 17, 1657 entry for William Gawine – possible match). (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

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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/

1668 John Goring tax list in Surry Co Va

1669 John Gorin as wit to Edward Middleton making John Wimberly his atty in Surry Co Va

1669 John Goring on tax list in Surry Co Va

1669 John Goring wit to Henry Hollingsworth confessing judgment to Edward Napkin in Surry Co Va

1669 Feb 7: Page 357. 7 Fsb. 1669. Henry Hollingsworth desires to confess judgment to Ed. Napkin before the Court.  Wit. Randall Holt, John Goring. Surry County Records, Surry County Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 95.

1669 Oct 9: Page 549. 9 Oct 1669. Edward Middleton, of London makes John Wimberly of Virginia, planter his Atty. Rec. 11 Aug. 1669. Wit. John Goring, Edward Amry, Thos Amry.  Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 13.

1669 Oct 14: 14 Oct. 1669; 27 May, 1674.
LUCAS, THOMAS, the Elder, of Sittingbourn Parish.  In good health & sound memory but aged. To son-in-law John Catlett ten shillings. To son-in-law Captain Thomas Hawkins ten shillings. To my grandchild Mary Hawkins one young heifer with a cow calf and all their female increase to be delivered by my executors hereafter named unto my sonne Hawkins aforesaid to keep for hir within one year after my decease and the male increase for his charge and care in keeping them and he the said cattle and female increase to deliver to hir at her age of one and twenty years or day of marriage which shall happen first. To son Thomas Lucas all my lands and tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances to him and his heirs forever. All the residue of my goods and chattels my debts and legacies being paid I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Lucas aforesaid whom I make my sole Executor.
Wit. EDMUND DOBSON, RICHARD R WEST.  signum
An addition made March 24, 1673/4.
My Executor to pay all my debts in due and convenient time after my decease and in particular my will is that my loving sister-in-law Mrs. Margaret Plammer be paid as soon as may be after my decease £5 Sterling or the just value thereof in sweet scented tobacco. To my loving son-in—law Thomas Hawkins one thousand pounds of tobacco to be paid in two years after my decease. To my loving friend Daniel Gaines ten shillings Sterling. Requests that his son-in—law Thomas Hawkins be aiding and assisting to my son and my Executor Thomas Lucas in What he shall reasonably require of him either for advice or otherwise.  Wit. THOMAS HAWKINS, DANIEL DS SHIPLEY. Page 152.  sign.
Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 25-26.

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-
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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

1670 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1670 Va Surry Co John Goringe wits Robert Shaw pay bill to Mrs Berber

1670 April 29: James Bragg: Leg. – my three children, James, Elizabeth, and Anne; James Barnes son of Thomas Barnes; wife Elizabeth. D. April 28, 1670. R. Sept 9, 1670.
Wit: William Lugg, Thomas Gaynie (?). Page 88.  Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 13.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-99SG-8SQT?i=18&wc=SJ7K-VZ4%3A344503801%2C344559401&cc=2034267

1670 Dec 30: Page 378.  Robert Shaw pays bill to Mrs. Barber. Wit. Edward Bridgman, John Goringe. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 99.

1671 Va Surry Co Francis Gower as witness to gift of mare from Peleg Dunstan and Andrew Robertson to Susanna Robinson

1671 Va Surry Co James Goring wit to John Rogers asking for judgment on debt of John Rogers

1671 March 4: John Rogers a Welshman has run away owing a debt, has run away in to the Bay, and Robert Shaw wants judgment for the debt. Wit. James Goring.  Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 104.

1671 July 7: Peleg Dunsten and Andrew Robertson overseers of a gift of a mare colt to Susanna Robinson by her grandmother, Sicelye Dunsten in her will . . . loving brother John Dunsten to take in his care the mare and increase etc. Wit. Francis Gower, Henry Lucas.  Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 101.

1672 Va Charles Co George Harris will with William Gower p1

1672 Va Gloucester Co John Gwyn bio p1

1672 Va Henrico Co Wm Gower and Abell Gower in land trans w John Davis

1672 William Garvin owes a bill of 80 out of estate of William Morton in York Co Va.  “Whereas the sheriff this day returned an attachment granted Richard Sable agst estate of William Morton, for security of 1200 lbs tob. for which he is bound as also indebted unto Sable, and has attached his share of tobacco and corn, one old chest, an old doublet and old pr. of breeches, one old comb case with some bills, vizt.; John Herryman’s bill of 165, William Garvin’s bill of 80, Nicholas Taylor’s bill of 120, and James Price’s bill of 486 lbs tob., with two pr. Virginia French fall whose (sic); whereof no reply having been made,
it is ordered executions issue agst same for satisfaction of said debt, but if any overplus, same is discountable.”  (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

1672 William Garvin is owed a bill of 80 out of estate of William Morton in York Co Va marked

York County Virginia Records 1672-1676.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III.

1673 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1673 Va Surry Co Mr Goring mentioned in investigation of James Chissett and 13 others re riotous assembling

1673 Jan 30: 30 January, 1673/4; PETERS, HENRY, 4 March —– .
Sick and weak but of sound and perfect memory. To wife the two girls Elizabeth Walker and Mary Peters as their mother deceaseddesired that John Smith should not meddle with them so likewise it is my will and desire. To James Allen my wife’s son 300 acres of land. lying near Pewmondsend to be laid out together to him and his heirs forever. To my daughter Elizabeth Walker two cows and a mare a year or two old to be paid hir the day of hir marriage. All the rest of my estate reall and personall to my wife Jane Peters and my daughter Mary Peters to be divided equally between them by my loving friends Mr Lawrence Washington, John Meader, Francis Sterne, and Warwick Cammock within three weeks or thereabouts after my decease and my request to them is that they would divide it equally as they can to the best of their judgments because my will is that there be no appraisement made of any part of my estate. Wife Jane to be sole Executrix.
Wit. PETER DUNNIVAN, JOHN GIBSON, WARWICK CAMMOCK.
An addenda to the will.
If wife dies before his daughters Elizabeth Walker and Mary Peters come to be of age then Daniel Gaines and Warwick Cammock to take charge of them and their estate and if said Gaines and Cammock die in the meantime the survivor is hereby impowered to choose another. Wit. PETER DUNNIVAN,JOHN GIBSON. Page 149. Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 25.

1673 May 26th: Butler Hawkins Whereas Coll John Catlett Deced made a will and Died leaveing his wife Executx and Mr Amory Butler married the said Executrix but before marriage Butler by his bond Gives the widdow liberty to Dispose of her estate either by will of Catlett Deed or as Administratrix, She dies and makes a will And now a Dispute Arrises betweene the said Butler and Capt Tho: Hawkins A Kinsman to the said Cattlett who fhall have the Managements of the said estates and the Keepeing and Educacon of the Children of Catlet, It is orde’d that the said Mr Amory Butler doe at the next County Court held at Rappa Give Good and sufficient Security to (sp?) forme pay and fullfill the wills of the said Catletts wife Deced and then that he be Possesd and have the management of all the said Catlett and wifes estate And further it is orde’d that Mr Daniell Gaynes have the Keeping and Educacon of the said Catlets Children.  Minutes of the Council and General Court of colonial Virginia 1622-1632, 1670-1676. pg 339-340.

1673 May 7: BUTLER, ELIZABETH, of the parish of Sittingbourne in the County of Rappahannock.  To son Francis Slaughter all the furniture of my chamber except a chest of drawers which I give to my daughter Sarah to be delivered to her at the age of seventeen years or day of marriage which shall first happen and a close stool to my son John Catlett to be delivered to him when he goes to housekeeping. To son Francis Slaughter all the goods money plate rings and tobacco mentioned in an account now in the hands of Mr. Daniel Gaines and one negro boy and an equal share of the sheep pewter brasse and iron and also a great Chair and Small Couch and one Chest and such things in my house as my mother gave me by will the same to be delivered into his possession when he comes to the age of nineteen years and that he shall not dispose or sell the same without leave and consent of my executor and overseers hereafter named till he come to the age of one & twenty years. To my daughter Elizabeth the bed and furniture as it now is standing in the dining roome and the presse and cushion thereon and the great looking glasse and the drawing table and Turkey carpet and my child bed linen blanketts and fine baskett and my wedding ring and my biggest diamond ring my gilded bodkin and my necklace with the biggest pearle and one small Bible a. silver sucking bottle and my small cabinett. To daughter Sarah two of my biggest stone rings a small pearle necklace and a silver bodkin and my new trunck and the napking Presse one small Bible and small Testament and a dram cup my wedding ring and oval table. To son John one small diamond ring the mapp in the dining room one rapier one great cutlash one pair of silver buttons and one paire of silver buckles and the Antimonial Cupp. To son William one small cutlash and a ring with a stone in it enamelled with blew and a silver seale. To my two daughters all my wearing cloathes and wearing linnen. To sons John and William all the books mentioned in the Inventory equally between them according to their fathers will. To my two sons John and William Catlett and my two daughters all my plate except three spoons with their names on them to whom they belong to be equally divided between them. I give and bequeath all my pewter linnen & other household stuffe unto my two sons John and William and my two daughters (except what is before bequeathed to my son Francis) with a bed furnished to each of my two sons and my daughter Sarah (except two suits of damask which I give to my two daughters) to be equally divided between my two sons and my two daughters aforesaid. To each of my three sons a carbine. I give and bequeath my gray mare with her increase unto the aforesaid fower children of my deceased husband John Catlett. My will is that my two daughters aforesaid shall have delivered to them their former legacies at their day of marriage or at the yeares of seventeen and likewise my two sons John and William have theirs delivered when they come of age. To my Couzen William Underwood the elder one stone Colt which came of the sorrel mare. To my Couzen Humphrey Booth the chest with the goods in it which were my mothers. To my Couzen Catherine Booth one silver
Caudle cupp which was her grandmothers and in case she dyes to her Bro. Humphrey. If my son ffrancis dye before he comes of age then my surviving children to enjoy the whole estate both formerly and now bequeathed unto him. My will is that if my Executor hereafter mentioned shall brake up housekeeping that then all my household stuff aforesaid bequeathed to my Children shall be well packed and locked up and kept from use and that the linnen a.nd other things that are in the Cask and trunck be forthwith locked up till the time of their delivery and that all my son ffrancis his household stuff be likewise reserved and kept by it self. To my sister Peirce a mourning ring of 20 shillings price in England. If my Executor hereafter mentioned shall voluntarily surrender up the estate that then Mr. Daniel Gaines if he hath the children shall have the estate provided that he give good security to keep the said estate entire and ‘deliver the same in kind according to my will and that my will bee by him in all respects performed as my Executor is bound to do. My will is that my Executor supply what Tobacco shall be required for the Childrens education now in England according to my husbands will and likewise that he make sulficient provision when they shall come from schoole for their accomodation and their bringing of them home to Virginia. My will is that all my wearing Cloathes which last yeare I sent for at the profit of my Tobaccoes be upon the arrival of the same locked up in my Cask kept for and divided between my two daughters and the rest my Executor to have for his household use. And likewise what moneys shall remain in Mr Geffries and Mr Manfords hands in London be disbursed by them for a bed and furniture for my son ffrancis in lieu of one his father—in-law did owe him and two small silver tankards (if it so holds out) to be added to the rest of the plate for the children of my deceased husband. My will is that the childrens estate be kept entire and not parted before their legacies given by me become due unto them and if the Court shall take my childrens estate out of my Executors hands that then my Children shall altogether bee maintained well educated and provided for by and with the profitt of their own estates and that my thirds and the profitts thereof shall remain in my Executors hands till they come of age. I do constitute and appoint my beloved husband Amory Butler sole executor of this my last will and Testament and Guardian to my Children and my Cousen Captain Thomas Hawkins my Bro. Edward Rowsee and Mr Daniel Gaines Overseers of this my last will and Testament Provided that if my said Executor do not educate and keep them well that then Mr Daniel Gaines shall have the Guardianship of my Children my sd Executor allowing him a sufficient maintenance for their well being and education as my Overseers and Executor shall agree and if they do not what the Court shall determine for the same and if Mr Gaines shall dye my desire is that my Cousen Hawkins do take the children upon the same terms and if my Executor shall imbezell the estate or forsake the country then my will is that my Overseers shall call him to account and finding him delinquint my Executor shall be either bound to make good the same out of his own estate or else yield it up to Mr Daniel Gaines he the sd Gaines doing as before for the security of the estate. Item that my sd Executor do purchase as soon as he can a negro man for my sonn ffrancis by or with the profitt of the estate in lieu of one his father—in-law deceased did owe him. I give and bequeath of the cattle that were my mothers and now in the keeping of Thomas Kirk two of the females to my sister Peirce her Children with their increase forever and also the other two of the female kind with their increase and eight steers to my Bro Booths children the said steers and increase of the female to be disposed of by my Executor to purchase for them a negro woman to be delivered to them with her increase when they come of age mortality excepted. My will is that if the estate of my children bee taken out of my Executors hands within halfe a year after my decease and if my executor be compelled to make good of the sd estate what shall be falling short my executor shall make good the same out of the increase of the negroes that have bin since the same have bin committed to him the sd increase to be delivered to my Children in Kind when they come of age and if it shall not suffice then the same to be made good out of my thirds or the profitts thereof as my executors shall think best for my children. I give and bequeath to my well beloved husband Amory Butler a bed and furniture with a mourning ring of 22 shillings price in England. When my executors shall have paid all my Legacies that then if there be remaining any of my thirds in his hands he shall surrender up the same unto my Children the profitts thereof excepted. Wit. THOMAS LUCAS, Senr., JOHN DAWSON. Page 136.
Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 21-24.

1674 Va Charles City Co Gower is neighbor to John Epes land

1674 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1674 Va Surry Co Walter Bartlett obtains deed fr Roger Delk and Rebecka delk wit by John Goring

1673/4 Jan 3: Mr. Goring mentioned in investigation of James Chissett and 13 others re riotous assembling in Surry Co Va.
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Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 122.

1674 Jan 25 – I, John Aduston, appoint my son John Rogers to appear as my attorney at York Court for all business I have pending.
25 Jan. 1674.     John Aduston
Wit: William Garven, Robert (RC) Cookman  (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

1674 Jan 25 William Garven is witness to John Aduston apt son John Rogers as atty in York Co Va marked

York County Virginia Records 1672-1676.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III.

1674 Jan 25 – Thomas Keby declares Lt. Col. William Cole his attorney in difference between him and Thomas Evans & Richard Jones. In the above difference between Keby and Thomas Evans on behalf of his wife, and Richard Jones on behalf of his wife, a jury was impanelled: Isaac Collier (foreman), William Garven, John Smyth, Robert Curtis, William Bell, Thomas Dunston, Thomas Wardley, John Heyward, Thomas Lloyd, Anthony Melton, Thomas Hansford and Thomas Barbar. Verdict is that Thomas Evans and Richard Jones each make restitution for a two year old hog.   (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

1674 Jan 25 William Garven is a juror in a lawsuit in York Co Va marked

York County Virginia Records 1672-1676.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III.

1674 Oct 1: Robt Lacy obtains deed fr Roger Delk and Rebecka Delk out of Lawnes Ck. to Walker Bartlett’s line, wit by John Goring and Wm Hancock in Surry Co Va
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Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 127.

1675 June 10 – Ezekiel Gowering with Thomas Gowering on his tithe in Surry County Titheables: Same household as James Reduck. Surry Co, Va. http://interactive.ancestry.com/6131/VGS_2002_01_01_0386/525370754?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3fdb%3dvgs%26gss%3dsfs28_ms_db%26new%3d1%26rank%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gsln%3dGoin%26gsln_x%3d0%26MSAV%3d1%26uidh%3dm37&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnSearchResults&rc=510,1721,605,1750#?imageId=VGS_1984_01_01_0093

1675 John Gwyn is transported to Maryland. Source: LL:441 Film No: Transported 1675 ; Transcript: 15:331; MSA SC 4341-
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1675 Va Rappa Co Thomas Gaines m Katherine Pettis

1675 Dec 10 – I, John Griggs of New Poquoson, York Co., appoint my friend William Weatherall to confess judgement to Ralph Walker for 540 lbs tob., and also to confess judgement to Richard Moore, attorney of Mr. Awborne, for what is due.
10 Dec. 1675. John Griggs
Wit: John Conyers, William Garven  (Note:  possibly the same Wm. Gowen as in York Co, Va – he is noted to have wife Ann, which William Gowen is married to Ann and have son John baptized in 1668).

1675 William Garven is witness in transaction in York Co Va

York County Virginia Records 1672-1676.  Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III.

1676 Va Surry Co John Goring on Thomas Amry estate in Wills and Administrations 1671 – 1750

1676 April 25: AMRY, Thomas, Est: Inventory by his wife, Ruth Amry. Sworn before Capt. Charles Barham. 25 Apr. 1676.  Signed by Randall Holt, Jno. Goring.  Fra: Hogwood received of Edward Warren Est. for Mary Creed.  Test: Wm Thomas. 29 Mar. 1676. Book 2 – Page 115. Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 6.

1677 Va Surry Co John Gorin on the will of Henry Goard

1677 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1677 March 1: John Goring buys 250a from Thomas Blunt and Richard Washington, in Surry Co Va
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Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 151.

1677 Sept 3: IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I Thomas Pannell being Sick & Weak but thanks to God in Perfect Memory, do Make Constitute & Appoint this to be my last Will & Testamt: Imprimis I bequeath my Soule to God & as for my Worldly Estate I doe give & bestow as followeth Imprs: I give my lands Goods & Chattles Equally to be divided between my Beloved wife Katherine Pannell & my three Children William & Mary & Isabella Pannell & alsoe the Child she now goes Wth: & all my Estate to them & their heires for Ever. Item I give to Anthony Prosser a Tract of Land lying at Matapony Branches wch: was taken up between his Father John Prosser & my Selfe in  Copartnership, ye sd Land I say to be divided between my own Children & him & to their Heires for Ever, and doe hereby make & appoint my beloved wife Sole Executrix, & my desire is that she Acknowledge all Deeds of Land from me due, And Alsoe I appoint my Loveing Friends Warwick Cammock & Daniell Gaines to assist my Wife, & in Case of her Mortality to take Care of my Children. In Witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand May 11th 1676 (these Words interlined) & alsoe ye Child she now goes with in ye 8th line & to ye heirs for Ever in ye 12 line.  sign
THOMAS X PANNELL
Witness:
JOHN POWELL,aged 33 years or thereabouts,
WILLIAM CLAPHAM, aged 23 years or thereabouts.
Proved 3 Sept. 1677. Page 39.
Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 59-60.

1677 Dec 18: 18 December, 1677; GRIGORY, JOHN, 4 September, 1678.  IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I John Grigory being Very Sick and Weak in body but in perfect mind and memory Doe make this my last Will & Testamt: First I give my Soule to God that gave it me in a Sure and Certaine hope that after this life Ended, that at the last day my Soule & body shall be United together, & my body to the Earth to be buried in a Terestiall buriall as my Friends shall think Fitt & as for my worldly Goods I bestow as followeth Item I give unto my Sister Mary Grigory foure hundred and Eighty acres of Land being a Tract of land formerly bought by Robert Bishop of Mr: Henry Awbrey to her and her heires forever but if my Said Sister Die wth out Issue lawfully begotten of her, that then the said Land to Returne to the nearest of Blond, Alsoe one pied Cow wth: her Increase to her and her heires for-Ever, onely the first Cow Calfe, the said Cow shall bring to be delivered to Katherine Armstrong to her and her heires for Ever. Item I give to my Sister Elizabeth one Red Cow with all her Increase to her and her heires for Ever Alsoe I doe appoint my Brother Richard Grigory my whole and Sole Execr: of this my Will to See it performed As WITNESS my hand this 18th of Decembr: 1677
JOHN GRIGORY
Test:
THO: GAMES, JAMES FUGETT
THE WTH IN NAMED Thomas Games Doth depose that he did see the wth:in mentioned John Grigory Signe Seale and publish the wth:in mentioned to be his last Will and Testamt: and that he was in perfect Sence and memory at ye Signing Sealing & publishing thereof to the best of his Judgment.  THOMAS GAMES.
Juratis Est Games in Cur Com Rappac: 4°. Die 7. 1678 Et.  Probatr: Pr:
Sacrament Thom: Games Et Recordatr 5°. Die Octobr. An°. 1678.  A Test.
EDMO: CRASK Cl. Cur. Page 106.
Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 74.

1677 Dec 30: John Gorin on the will of Henry Goard in Surry Co Va.  Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 147.
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1678 Va Surry Co Jno Goring as wit to land sale btw Wm Harris and Thomas Jarroll on Robt Ruffin line

1678 Va Surry Co Jno Goring as witness to sale between Richard Blow and Robt Caufield

1678 Va Surry Co Jno Goring is debtor to Henry Goards estate

1678 Va Surry Co John Goring is wit to deed btw George Branch Jr and Susannah Corker and Eliza White and Robt Spenser

1678 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1677/78 March 10: 21 March, 1677/78; 2 May, 1678.
FULLERTON, JAMES, of Piscatacon, in ye County of Rappac. First my will and desire is that my two Daughters Mary and Hannah having Sore heads have their Heads Cured and Satisfaction made for ye same out of such Debts as are Due me after wch done and performed ye Remainder of such Debts as are due me Whether by Speciality or otherwise be equally divided amongst my wife and children Secondly I will and bequeath that my whole Stock of Cattle be Equally divided amongst my wife and children wch pte of Cattle and Debts thus given unto my wife in lieu of her thirds and no otherwise. To my Sone James Fullerton one bay horse of two Yeares old and all my armes now in possession or otherwise Offensive and defensive and all my wearing Apparell. To my daughter Mary one Bay Mare. To my daughter Hannah one Young Mare. To my wife one black Mare And as touching my household Goods and furniture my will is that it be Equally divided amongst my wife and children my wifes pte thereof to be in lieu of her thirds as Abovesaid. To sonne James and his heires forever All my lands and tenemts held by pattent or otherwise Excepting 400 acres of land wch I give to my two Daughters Mary and Hannah and their Heires forever to be Equally Devided betweene them when by Either of them or their heires required web 400 acres of land is pte of a Devidend of 900 acres Scituate and being in ye Maine Swamp of Piscatacon Creek Provided allwaies that if any of my Children Sonne or Daughter die before they be at ye age of twenty one or be married that his or her pte of Land Stock Household goods or debts be Equally devided betweene ye Survivors. My friend Thomas Gaines to be my Executor till my Sonne James attaine ye age of Sixteene Yeares and then I appoint Thomas Gaines and my Sonne Joynt Executors till my Sonne James attaine ye Years of one and Twenty then I appoint my Sonne James Sole Executor My will and desire is that neither Court nor Justices of ye peace of ye abovesd County intermeddle wth my Children or any pte of my Estate but that all be at ye disposall of my Executors or Executor.
Wit. THO: EDMUNDSON, THO: WHEELER, JAMES BOUGHAN. Page 83.
Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 70-71.

1678 April 18: 18 April, 1678; CLARK, HENRY, 28 January, 1678/9.
To son John my bay mare with what increase she shall have after my decease. To son—in-law Francis Gore one man servant which shall then have his full time to serve in this country to be bought with part of my estate by my Executrix and delivered to him. To daughter Elizabeth wife of Argell Jacobus and the heirs of her body lawfully to be begotten 200 acres of land next adjoining to the land of Mr William Fauntleroy at the South West part of that devident of Land where I now live and for want of such issue to my son John and his heires and all my other Lands and hereditaments whatsoever provided that Joane my wife shall enjoy the housing and plantation I now dwell on during her natural life. All the rest of my Estate not before bequeathed I give to my said loving wife Joane whom I make Executrix of this my will. Wit. JOHN SAMPSON, JOHN TAVERNER, STANLEY GOWER,aged 19 years. Page 108.  Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 75.

1678 May 7: Page 171. May 7, 1678. Jno. Goring debtor to Henry Goard‘s Est., by Martin Thomas, Charles Amry. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 149.

1678 May 7: Goard, Henry, Est: John Goring, admr. Signed – By Charles Amry, Martin, Thorne. May 7, 1678. Book 2 – Page 171.  Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 73.

1678 Aug 21: 21 August, 1678; 29 January, 1678/9.
BUTLER, AMORY, [Rev], of the Parish of Sittingburne and County of Rappac., Clerk. To my loving Brother Mr Wm Butler minister of Washington Parish all my Books Sermon Noats and papers. To brother John Butler all my wearing Cloths Linnen and Woolen and 2,000 pounds of Tobacco and Cask. To Valentine Allen 60 pounds of Tob. in lieu of a paire of Shooes I owe him. To my Godson Wm Pannell one Bible and one Bible to my Godson Cawthorne. All my other Estate I give and bequeath unto my Godson and nephew John Underwood my debts first paid out of the same by my Executor Mr Daniel Gaines. This my last Will and Testament Satisfying and fulfilling all therein as shall appears to be just and True and which he in his Conscience knows and is perswaded soe to be Referring my sd Executor to the assistance of my brother Wm Underwood who may give him knowledge in my Concernes and ordering that Mr Sall Bloomfield According to his Demand be First Satisfied out of my Estate for mine and my Brother John Butler’s accomodation at this house. I give unto my Executor before named his Choice of my three Bookes in my Studie. Wit. SAMLL BLOMFIELD, LAWE ROCHEFORT. Page 113.
Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 75-76.

1679 Va Henrico Co Abell Gower bio p1

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring as witness to Randall Holt will

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring decd tax list

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring probate estate

1679 Va Surry Co John Goring will

1679 Va Surry Co will of John Goring of Surry abstracted in Isle of Wight Va

1679 Va Surry Co Mr Goring estate with Charles Moryson asking Robt Caufield to secure the Rapier pistol and holsters he lent Goring (Note:  Likely this Surry Co, Va entry is for Goring – not Going – see below).

1679 Jan: William Fly: Apraised by Boaz Gynn, Roger Davis, Ralph —-. D. Jan —- 1679. page 209.  Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 29.
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1679 Feb 26: Robert Ruffin Qual as admr John Goring decd. with Fra. Mason and Wm Edwards security – bond,  80,000 lbs legal tob Wit. Thos Binns ad Thos Senior.
Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 104.

1679 Apr 20: THOMAS HOW (or STOW) . . .  Book 4 f. 47. dated 20 Apr. 1679. proved 20 May 1679, by Thomas & Elizth greene.  . . . unto Henry greene and Ann greene . . . . . . unto Henry greene my Gun, & foure hundred and fifty pounds of tob. that he owes unto mee, and my Adz . . . five and twenty pounds of lead . . my tooles . . . tob due unto me from Wm memox . . . polk due unto mee from Thomas worsley, and att humphrey Stephens . . . and att Richard phillpotts . . . att henry pullens unto Jno. Gammon bill due me from Richard Bacon . . . . . . unto Crany Collins . . . unto Wm anis.  witnesses: Tho: greene. Eliz. greene.  Mathew gage.  Signed: Thomas How (or Stow).  Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County wills, 1637-1710. pg. 62.

1679 May 15 (Not sure of date? – need to look at handwritten copy): Goring, John: Leg. – To son, Charles Goring (not 21) if he die to William Holt, son of Mr. Randall Holt, late of this county, deceased and Rem. divided between sd William Holt and his brother, Thomas Holt. Loving kinsman Coll. Charles Morrison to take into his tuition and care my sd son, Charles, educate him and with friend, Robert Caufield, sole executors. 15 May, 1679. Prob. October 9, 1679.  Wit: John Moyel (or Moyee), Elizabeth Holt. Book 2 – page 233.  Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 72-73.

1679 Oct 2: Holt, Randall: Leg. – To my eldest son, John Holt, all my land; if he die uner age, to go to my son, William Holt. If he die, to my son, Thomas Holt. Mentions wife and six children (does not name them). Makes wife and son, John, exers. October 2, 1679.
Wit: John Meyer, John Goring. Book 2 – page 223.  Wills and administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750. pg 91.

1679 Oct 26: Charles Moryson writes to his freind Mr. Robert Caufield, merchand, excusing himself for not writing from Col Bridger’s concerning Mr. Goring’s estate. Said he forgot, being just leaving the country full of troubles and distractions, as he was bound for New Yorke with the “Indyans wch came from Barmudus, who I am commanded to carry to the abovesaid place, etc.”  He stated that he wished Caufield to secure the Papier, Pistolls and Holsters he had lent Mr. Goring etc. Signed, Ch. Moryson. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 155.

1680 Va Surry Co costs of admittance to probate of John Ruffin for est of John Goring

1680 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1680 October 26: Received of Wm Edwards, of Surry County, several costs of admittance of Probate –
Mr. John Ruffin — John Goring est.
Rob. Randall — Ann Hoskin’s est.
Eliza. Newhouse — Thos Newhouse est.
Wm Rowland — Daughter Baly’s est.
Ni. Smith — Thos King’s est.
Katherine Cornell — Samuell Cornell’s est.
Charles Williams — Mary Haydon’s est.
October 26, 1680. Henry Hartwell, Clerk. Court. Surry County records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684. pg 172.

1681 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1682 Va Surry Co John Goring on tax list

1682 Va Charles City Co Edwd Gower transp by Wm Randolph and Robt Bolling

1682 Va Charles City Co Gower is adj to Jarvis Dix

1682 Aug 4: Roger Foukes 7C.219 A CH 417082 #21782 Aug 4 1682
Payments to: Col. William Diggs, Robert Robins, Anne Fowke, Capt. Gerard Slye, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Mr. Robert Doyne for use of Mr. John Price, Henry Hardy, Mr. Thomas Gavan for use of Col. Henry Darnall, William Wells, Thomas Tofft, William Rozewell, Edmund Denis.  Administrator/Executor: Col, William Chandler
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1682 Aug 18: 18 August, 1682; 1 October, 1684.  GAINES, DANIEL, of the parish of Sittingburne in the County of Rappa.  The orphans of Col John Catlett Decd. to be paid out of the Negroes and goods that did belong to the sd Coln Catletts Estate the Negroes and goods to be as they were appraised to me as may appear by Inventory. To son Bernard all my land that I now live upon to him & his heirs lawfully begotten &c. and that he shall not let sell or mortgage any part or parcel of the same so long as his Two Sisters Margaret and Mary or their heirs be alive. If all my children die without heirs then my land to fall to my Grandson John Smyth and his heirs forever. To daughter Mary the Mare Colt that now sucks on my mare Betty and all her increase to her and her heirs for ever. The Mare Heyfer and Hogs that I have given to my grandson — in-law John Smyth to be and remain to his proper use forever. The first child that my negro Cate doth bring to be given to my  daughter Margaret and her heirs forever and if it live to the age of three years to be in lieu of a man Servant otherwise to be in no stead. To son Bernard my silver, hilted sword and belt and my Seale Ring. To wife Margaret one third of my estate in lieu of dower. My will is that the other two parts of my Estate be divided between my three children Bernard, Margaret, and Mary and no part of it to be appraised but to be Inventoried and delivered in kind. To daughter Margaret a good feather bed and furniture at my death in full of her part of my bedding. My daughter Mary to have the use of so much housing and land as she needs so long as she continues unmarried. My will is that as soon as it can a Man servant be bought with tobacco for my daughter Margaret in part of her Porcon. It is my will that my wife son Bernard and daughter Mary keep their shares together for their Menteynance doing their best by their endeavours to Encrease the same as long as my Wife Continues a Widdow or so long as either of my Children Continue unmarryed and at the day of  Marriage of my Wife or of either of my Children then my Childrens part to be delivered to them in Kind. My Two Children Bernard and Mary to have as many things apiece out of my Estate as my Daughter Margaret hath had already and the rest to be divided between them equally by my loving Kinsman John Catlett and sons-in-law John Smyth and Ralph Rouzey and not to goe to Law one with the other. It is my will that my estate be Inventoryed within ten days after my decease. To wife Twenty shillings to buy her a Mourning Ring to ware for my sake and to my Two daughters each of them a Ring of Ten shillings price. If I die having no Tobacco in house that then my servants be and remain together till they make a good crop of Arenoco Tobacco out of which my wife having first taken her Third then my son Bernard and daughter Mary have out of the rest each of them as much as my daughter Margaret hath already then if any be remaining over and above to be divided equally between them all three. It is my Will that my Children have their Estate at the death or day of Marriage of my Wife whether they be of age or not. The children of Coln John Catlett to remain with my wife till they come of age if my wife continues unmarried. Wife Executrix and guardian of my children so long as she remains a widow.
Wit. WM X MURROW, JOHN CATLETT, Wm. X BROWNE.
Note: The witnesses called the testator “Capt. Daniel Gaines.” Page 35.
Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 108-109.

1683 Feb 14: 14 February, 1683/4; WHITE, HENRY, 5 November, 1684.  To daughter Arabella all my plantation I have and do enjoy in this County and elsewhere and if she die without issue then to my beloved wife Dorcas. To wife Dorcas all my personal estate. Wife Dorcas Executrix. A  Wit. ROBERT Moss, JOHN Googe. Page 38.  Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 110.

1683 March 10: Edward Rogers: By will appointed Ann Mathews, his Ex. March 10, 1683. R. June 9, 1684.  Security: Thomas Gany (?), James Podden. Page 57.  Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 108.
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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.

1683 Aug 1: John Price 8.85 A CH #6799 #6799 Aug 1 1683.  Payments to: Mr, Henry Adams,, Hone Philip Calvert, Francis Cholmely, George Bright for nursinq deceased’s son (unnamed), Mr. Thomas Gawn, William Dent, Distribution to: administrator.  Administrator: Richard Garforth.
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1683 Aug 23: Bodkin, James, Charles County, 23rd Aug., 1683; 12th Dec., 1683.
To brother Dominick and hrs., rights of 250 A., “Saturday Work.”
To brother Edward and hrs., sd. land should afsd. brother die without hrs.; to pass in turn to young. brother Augustine and hrs., and they dying without issue, to cous. Andrew, son of uncle Dominick Bodkin, and hrs.
To sisters Anne, Jane, and Ellinor, father Patrick and mother Anasta, personalty.
To cous. James Bodkin, Major William Boarman and Mary his wife, Michael Foster, Thomas Gavan, Francis Pennington, Thomas Massey, Richard Hubbard, Charles Quigley and James Ellis, personalty.
Exs.: Clement Hill, Robt. Carville, St. Mary’s Co.
Test: Patrick Innes, Francis Greene, Thos. Clarke. 4. 184.
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1685 Va Henrico Co Abel Gower adj to Thos Branch

1685 May 18: Walls, Pearce, St. Mary’s Co., 18th May, 1685;  26th Aug., 1685.  To John Pennington and Thomas Gavin, personalty.
To Anne Young, 100 A., “New New Castle.”
To Thomas Dillon, ex., and hrs., part of “Morrissey Mount”‘
and residue of estate, real and personal.
Test: Eaphall Haywood, Edward Cole, Honuor Cole. 4. 155.
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1685 Nov 4: 4 Nov. 1685 and by Riohard Holt and William Holt conveyed to the said James Boughan deoeased by deed dated 2 Feb. 1705. The land bounded by Kings Swamp below Piscataway Mill, land of Oliver Seager, land formerly owned by Thomas Gaines and John Morraine, Piscataway Creek, etc.  signed: James Boughan.  Wit:  Dan’ll Browne, Tho Ley, Robt Hardee .  Rec. 12 Feb, 1712/13.  Robert Jones, by letter of attorney from Sarah Boughan wife of James Boughan, relinquishes dower rights to John Boughan. The letter is signed Sarah Boughan and witnessed by Jonathan Fisher and Benj’a Fisher. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v8 Essex 1711 to 1714.

1685 Dec 25:
Charles County Circuit Court Liber L, Page 136
25 Dec 1685; Indenture from Thomas Gaven of Portobacco to Richard Boughton of Nanjemy; [can’t read); mentions Portobacco Creek, Indian Cabbin; containing 400 acres; /s/ Richard Boughton, Tho. Gavin; wit. John Land, Josias Hawkins
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1686 Va Henrico Co Abell Gower recd 487a

1686 Va Henrico Co Richard Gower deed from Edwd Hatcher to grandchild Mary Gower

1685/6 Feb 1: Gaile, Edward, Chas. County, == == ==/ 1st Feb, 1685/6,
To each priest in the county and to Thomas Gavin, personalty.
wife Ruth, execx. and residuary legatee.
Test: I. Lemare, Thos. Lewis, Eliza: Gooderick. 4.160
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1686 Feb 23: James Neale (gentleman) 10.187 A CH £269.15.6 £59.13.0 Feb 23 1686
The amount of the accounts also included #10614.
Received from: Francis Goodrick, Col. Digges.
Payments to: Mr. Philip Lynes, Mr. Thomas Burford, Mr. Robert Carvile, Dr.
James Bourne, Thomas Woodons, Cleborne Lomax, Madam Chandler due to Col. Chandler, Col. Pye, Capt. Randall Brandt, Maj. Boarman, William Taillard.
Legatees: Jane Boarman, Jane Boarman delivered to William Boarman (gentleman), Roger Brooke, James Brooke, Dorothy Brooke, poor of Bt. Gile’s Parish of London paid by Mr. Henry Warren, Mr. Hubbard, Mr. Massey, Mr. Foster paid to Mr. Gavin.
Executor: Anthony Neale.
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1685/6 March 6: GEORGE IVY of the County of Lower norfolke planter.   Book 5 f. 86.
dated 6 Mch. 1685/6.  proved 17 Jan. 1688/9. by Wm & Tho. Langley.
. . . buried att the Discretion of my beloved wife and Executrix . . . . wife Hannah Ivy my plantation or tract of Land whereon. I now Live being about one hundred and forty Six
acres of Land During her Life and after her Deceis to my Eldest Son Alexander Ivy . . . if it Shall please God to Call him out of this world before hee Come to age without issue male then the next brother to Succeid & Soe Consequently to the forth brother or more if ther Shall bee any . . . unto my Son George Ivy that tract of Land Commonly Called Crouches old field being one hundred acres . . . Comes to age . . . . . . unto my Son Samuell Ivy that nick of Land Called Cedars Nick being one hundred acres of Land . . . Soe Soone as hee is of age . . . . . . unto my Son Thomas Ivy fifty acres of Land joyning next to Coll. Lemuel Mason Land neare to the mouth of the broad nick . . . soe Soon as hee is of age . . . . . . to my Son John Ivy one hundred acres of Land by and in the Deep nick . . . soe soon as he is of age . . . . . . unto my son Joseph Ivy fiftie acres of Land Commonly Called the Cods by and betwixt Deep neck and the old field Commonly Called Crouches old field . . . soe soon as hee is of age . . . . unto my Daughter Elizabeth one Ewe . . . . unto my youngest Daughter Hanah Ivy one Ewe . . . . Children Shall bee of age att Sixteen yeares . . . . my daughters . . .
. wife hannah Ivy . . . Executrix . . . . William & Thomas Langlyes my near neighbours bee
. . . overseers . . . witnesses: Daniell Gorring. George Smart. Wm Langley. Tho: Langley.
June ye 21: 1688.  George Ivy & Seale.
Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County wills, 1637-1710. pg. 108.

1686 April 2: John Sheephard: Leg. – wife Alice; son William; daughter Susannah; reversion to my brother Edward Holloway and his children; cousin Fortune Maget; at decease of wife son William to Robert Lacie of the Lower Parish of Surry County; daughter to Elizabeth Gainer of the Upper Parish of Isle of Wight. Overseers, Robert Lacie and John Barnes of the Lower Parish of Surry, John Murry and Joseph Copeland of Upper Parish of Isle of Wight and Henry Wiggs of the Lower Parish of Isle of Wight. D. April 2, 1686. R. May 1, 1688.  Wit. Thomas Proud, John Mory, John Grove, Nathaniel Eglome. Page 275.  Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 40.
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1686 Jul 10: Stephen Murty (merchant) 9.64 A £43.9.9 #34666 Jul 10 1686
The amount or the inventory is equivalent to #8697. Additionally, the amount of the inventory included #2836.
Received from: Phillip Saunders, Francis Holt, Mr. William Roswell, Hon. Col. Darnall, & Hon. Maj. Sewall per account of John Woodward, Elisabeth Pucknell.
Payments to; Hon. Col. William Diggs from Dr, James Burneas, Mr. Abraham Hook, Dr. Nicholas Silvester, Samuel Abell, Elisabeth Pucknell, Mr. Edward Gelding, Mr. Cuthbert Scott, Mr. Thomas Gavan, Mr. Thomas Burford ordered by Mr. William Rosewell, William Meekin, Mr. Kenellm Chiseldin, Mr. Robert Lee, Capt. Joshua Doyne, James Cary on bill ordered by Mr. Richard Gardiner, Mr, Charles Partis, Hon. Col. William Diggs, Dr. Patrick Innis, Mr. Thomas Hussey assigned from Mr. William Longworth, John Browne ordered by Mr. William Rosewell, Thomas Carnell, Mr. Richard Keene.
Legatees: Anthony Murty.
Executor: Clement Hill, Esq.
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1686 Aug 16: James Wheeler 9.188, A CH £33.19.1 #13404 Aug 16 1686
The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #8149,
Payments to: Ignatius Warren, William Newman, William Dent, George Brent, Thomas Gavan, Thomas Hussy, Edward Rookard, Mrs. Mary Chandler, Cornelius Maddocks, Richard Harrison, Thomas Wheeler, Roger Dickenson, Humphrey Warren, Dr. John Lemair, John Wheeler, Ralph Shawe, Mr. Robert Doyne, Henry Hardy per receipt of Mr. Burford, Samuel Cockett, John Booker, Robert Taylour.
Executrix: Katharine Jones, wife of Moses Jones.
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1687 to 1714 Gower and Goring marriages in Northern Neck Va

1687 Va Henrico Co John Gower transp by Robt Woodson and Ferres and Carter and Cummins

1687 Va Isle of Wight Boaz Givin wits will of Thomas Parnell

1686/7 Jan 27: JOHN GILCRIST . . . of Lower Norfolke in the Collony
of Virga Gentleman . . . Book 5 f. 15.  dated 27 Jan 1686/7.  proved 16 Mch 1686/7 by Pr Smith & Jno Edwards.  . . . appoynt William Craford Gen’man & hugh Cambell
Gen’man my whole & Sole Executors . . .  . . . Agnes Gilcrist my wife, robust and John Gilcrist my Children . . .  . . . unto poore of the Church three thousand pounds of
tobacco . . .  . . . “I desire to bee Buried att the Church in Tanners Creeke and that my Executors, Expend for the dovinge thereof fives pounds sterling or twelve hundred pounds
of tobacco . . . . . . unto my sd. Executors two morneing rings Each ring to bee in vallue twenty one Shillings & to Mr. George Craford one of ten shillings value & to Mr. Thomas Scott one of five shillings to Coll. Millioner one of ten Shillings . . . . . . I Give unto the  writer heare of John Edwards one ring value ten Shillings . . . . . . Mr Geo. Newton bills wch I have against him of nynteen hundred & Six thousand be given up unto him hee
giving unto my Executors — generill release in full . . . also . . . one ring value ten shillings . . . . . . unto Sarah peters my best feather bed . . . my best tankad . . . . . . unto Sam Roberts my Gun . . . . . . unto Mr. George Craford my Sword belt sadle & furniture . . . witnesses: Peter Smith. Danullun Goring. Jno. Edwards.  Je°ilcrist & Seale.
Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County wills, 1637-1710. pg. 108.

1687 Aug 3: Edward Mullens 9.453 A CA Aug 3 1687
Received from: Mr. Dorsey.
Payments to: Thomas Banks, William Harris, John Griggs, Mr. Gavin paid to Mr. Richard Gardiner, John Woodward, John Darnell, Thomas Parslow, Henry Mackdowell, Maj. Sewall for Christopher Person, Mr. Llewellin, Mr. George Butler, Robert Ardis, Edward Harmer estate of Thomas Dorsey, Francis Hopewell, William Boss (dead), Margarett Stagg, Peter Burges, Richard Keene, James Rumsey, Gilbert Turbeville, Thomas Courtney, Edward Halsey, John Griggs, Madam Jane Calvert, Hugh Hopewell, Sr., Capt. Ladd, Francis Catterson (dead), Mr. George Tompson, John Browne, Henry Darly (not to be found), Michaell Tanney, Henry Fernly, Michaell Taney, Anthony Underwood, Garratt Vansweringen, Mr. James Heath.
Executor: Joseph Edloe.
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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.
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1689 – George Goer in Charles County, Md – is listed in Inventory Probate papers – Inventories Liber 1677-1717, p. 37.
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Liber 10, Folio 237 (Inventory).
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1689 Va Surry Co Abell Gower transp by Wm Lucas

1689 April 17: John Darnall 10.230 A £584.0.0 Apr 17 1689. Payments to: Michaell Taney, William Haimes, Michaell Taney for Christopher Rousby, Henry Truman, John Broam, Richard Fenwick, Robert Clarke, Richard Gardner, Robert Horton, John Davis, Thomas Tasker per Maj. Sewall, Mr. Nicholas Gulick, John Evans, William Symonds, John Vanreswick due from Abraham Clarke, Robert Jones, John Fenwick, William Boss, John Jeffers, John Jones, Robert Carvill, Thomas Sprigg, Dennis Oweden, Henry Brent, James Weeks, John Goldsbery, Ninian Beall, John Wheatly, Oliver Short, Richard Gray, Richard Gardiner, Thomas Brooks, John Atkey, Thomas Tasker, William Easterson, Francis Lather, William Moore, Richard White, William Read, Francis Knott, Madam Loyd, Dr. Sempille, Francis Partis, Richard Smith, paid to John Doggett, Richard Smith per Capt. Thomas Price, John Blomfeild, William Symons, Col. Taillour, Samuel Groom, Mr. Roswell, Ellinor Parr, Madam Jane Calvert.
Legatees: Richard Hubbard, Thomas Gavan, Edward Evans, Col. Darnall, Col. Loyd.
Administratrix: Susanna Lowe (relict), wife of Henry Lowe.
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1689 June 3 Henry Goring – p.59. Deed. 3 June 16 -. Tho Arnold “of the County of Rappa and Grace my wife” to Henry Goring of the same Co. 50 acres.  Wit: Jos: Rutter signed Tho: Arnold Wm x Tayler Grace Arnold Rec, 4 Nov 1689 in Rappa Co. (Virginia Colonial Abstraots, 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. Pg 19) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

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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1689 Nov 4: p.59. Deed. 3 June 16 -. Tho Arnold “of the County of Rappa and Grace
my wife” to Henry Goring of the same Co. 50 acres.  signed Tho: Arnold, Grace Arnold.  Wit: Jos: Rutter, Wm x Tayler.  Rec. 4 Nov 1689 in Rappa Co.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v16 Richmond 1692 to 1704. pg 19.

1690 Ezekiel Goring: Inventory of his estate and that of an orphan boy he kept named William Story. Signed Elianor Lucy.  Not dated. Page 306.  Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 46.
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1690 April 26: p.83. Acknowledgment, 26 April 1690, Francis Goare of Rappa County
acknowledges “to make even x a firme Deed of Sale of the said Land” 100 acres, to James Orchard.  signed: Francis Goare.  Wit:  Ralph Rymor, Angll Jacobus.  Rec. 28 June 1693. (Virginia Colonial Abstraots, 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. Pg. 26).

1690 Nov 13: Francis Gowre – p.83, Surveyors plat 13 Nov. 1690, “Surveyed for Mr James Orchard 124 acres of Land in Rappa County above Rappa Creeke being part of a Patent formerly granted unto Mr George Jones and Mr. Henry Clarke and since purchased by Mr James Orohard of Mr Francis Gowre” Plat shows Orchard’s 124 acres with house, Adj Robt Woods land and “Mr Goures Land“, Beyond Goare’s a two story house is shown marked “Jno Fenners” (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. Pg 26).

1691 March 2: Will of Francis (Gowre) Gower. The following reference to his will is of record in Order Book 1686-1692, page 349, 2 March, 1691: “Whereas a Nuncupative will of ffrancis Gowre of this County late deed. was duly proved in this Court whereby Stanley Gowre his brother is appointed Excr. ordered by the Court to take into his possession the Estate as also that he take under his care & tuition the children of the Said Francis.” Wills of Rappahannock Co Va 1656 to 1692. pgs 4.

1691 Apr 1: p,58. Deed, 1 April 1691, “Henry Goring late of the Colony of Virginia now Resident in Calvert County in the Providence of Maryland” to Antho Carnaby of Rappa River in the Colony of Virginia, for 2500 lb tobo, 50 acres in Rappa Co at the head of Papeto Creek, “which said Land I bought of Wm Jennings”, adj land of John Jennings and land of Tho Erwin.  signed: Hen x Goaring.  Wit:  Tho x Smyth, Hen: Forneley.
p.60. Certificate 2 June 1692 re signatures.
p.60. Power of Atty, 1 Apl. 1691. Henry Goring of Calvert Co., Md. to “my Loving friend Mr James Tayler of Rappa County” to ack sale of 2 pc land, each 50 acres, to Antho Carnaby. Signature and Wit: as above. p.61. Certificate as above.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v16 Richmond 1692 to 1704. pg 19.

1691 July 10 – John Gunne writes his will:
In the name of God amen the last will and testament of John Gunne being in perfect memory praised be almighty God for it. First I bequeath my soul to God that gave it and my saviour Jesus Christ that redeemed me in whom I put all my trust and confidence in hope of assuned resurrection . Secondly I give my body to the earth to be decently buried also I freely give unto my very loving wife Eliz Gunne all my lands with houses or whard(Sp?) and fences to her and her heires(sp?) for ever. Also I give unto my forsaid loving  wife all my cattell horses and mayres and all my stock of hoogs calfs I do freely unto my foresaid loveing wife all my houseall goods and all of the debts that is due to me also I desire that my wife shall pay all my debts that I do owe this bing my last will and  testament my desire is that it shall be full paid(sp?) and this will to be irrevocable in witness hereof I have set my hand and seal this 10th day of July in the year of our Lord God 1691.
His Mark: John (I) Gunne (seale)
Witnesses: John Colleyton, Jeremy (I) Shepard
Proved by the oaths of the witnesses both in the County Court on 10th day of November 1698. Truely Recorded.  (Later entries show this name as John Goune)

1698 Nov 10 John Gounne will gives all to wife Elizabeth in Essex Co Va marked snip

1691 July 14:  James Gaines – p.71. Assignment, 14 July 1691. Geo, Vinson to John Mills, all right and title in foregoing. Wit: signed George Vinson, James x Gainer (or Gaines) Charles Dodson (Virginia Colonial Abstraots, 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. pg 22)

1691 July 29: Will of George Lamkin decd proved by oaths of Peter Smith, Sr., Margaret Goreing, and James Ellis, wits. Probate granted to the executrix.
Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 14.

1692 Va Richmond Co court orders re Stanley Gower decd estate

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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1691/2 March 10: lp Bill of Complaint of Thomas Starke In Virginia in August 1690, Jenkins agreed to buy the Experience Ketch from David Garwin, her master and owner. To pay for the ship, Jenkins drew a bill of exchange on Starke, which was to be paid to Joseph Alford, but not until the ship arrived in England since Jenkins was suspicious of Alford. However, Alford persuaded him to pay on the understanding that if the ship were lost, he would repay Starke. Garwin in fact took the ship to the rebels in Ireland, and she was lost on the coast. Alford now refuses to repay Starke since he pretends that there was no evidence that Garwin acted from his own free will.
Answers of Joseph Alford
March 21, 1691/2
He received a letter from Garwin dated franthe James River, enclosing a bill of exchange and a bill of lading. Starke refused to honour the bill until he heard of the safe arrival of the ship. Alford was told of the safe arrival on the Exchange soon afterwards and Starke, therefore, agreed to pay him with the understanding that he would be repaid if it was proved that Garwin was responsible for any loss of the ship. Later Garwin told him that the ship had been forced into the Irish coast by bad weather and lost. The cargo was seized by the rebels and the crew badly treated. Garwin was, therefore, not responsible for the loss and he is not liable to . . . Title Chancery Records. Bills and Answers. Reynardson’s Division. 1691/92. L-Z p. 154.

1692 March 28: Thomas Starke c. Henry Jenkins and Joseph Alford [See C 9/121/7; C 33/278] lp Answers of Henry Jenkins to the Bill of Complaint of Thomas Starke
March 28, 1692. Agrees that he bought the Experience Ketch from David Garwin as is alleged. He paid by a Bill of Exchange drawn on Starke and asked the latter not to pay until he had received delivery of the ship. Does not know what agreement Starke had with Joseph Alford who was acting for Garwin but if Starke paid the money it was not with the defendant’s consent and he therefore refuses to pay the plaintiff. Garwin caused the ship and her cargo to be lost off the Irish Coast and Starke has approached the defendant several times for money since his return from Virginia. Court of Chancery. Bills and Answers. Mitford’s Division. 1692. S p. 199.

1692 June 21: Henry Goaring – p,59, Certifioate. 21 June 1692. James Keith and Hen Mitchell, two Justioes of Peaoe for Calvert Co. in the Province of Maryland re. the Signature of Henry Goaring, Wit: Tho, Tasker, Reo, 15 April 1693, (Virginia Colonial Abstraots, 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. Pg 19)

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.

1693 July 26: Mrs. Margaret Gower relict of Mr. Stanley Gower decd granted admn of his estate. Securities: Coll. Wm Pierce and Mr. Wm Bridges.
Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 23.

1693/94 William Gower – page 90. Abstract. Judgt to Roger Jones and Comp’a merchants of London agst Robt Boiling admr of Wm Gower decd for 3668 lb tobo by bill under Gower’s hand dated 24 Maroh 1693/4. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol. 13. Charles City County, Va, Court Orders. Beverley, Fleet. Pg. 102) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1693 Va Charles City Co Wm Gower decd estate proceeding

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

1695 Va Isle of Wight will of Lear w Charles Goreinge as a beneficiary

1695 Feb 9: Susana Gwen daug’r to Christopher born.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 51.

1695 April 1:  Francis Gowre – p,162. Deed, 1 Apl 1695. James Orchard of Westmorland Co., Gent., to Arthur Spicer of Richmond Co,, Gent*, for 12000 lb tobo, 343 aores, “all that the Plantation or Tract of Land now commonly known or called by the name of the new Court House situate lying and being in the Parish of Sittenburn and County of Richmond aforesaid and now in the Tenure or Occupation of Richard Hill”, Adj “main Branch of Chonamun”, land of Major John Weire. 120 acres of this land bought of Mr Francis Gowre of Richmond Co, The other part granted to the said Jas, Orchard, Wit: Tho: Lloyd signed James Orchard. John Scott. Rec. 30 April 1696 (Virginia Colonial Abstraots, 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. Pg. 64) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009915585

1695 June 24 Ordered Willm. Govan of Yorke Parish be discharged from paying of his publick and county levyes for the future, whoe per his petitions that hee is poore and upwards of seventy five years of age, by which hee is reduced to soe low a condition that hee is not past his labor. p. 172.   York County, Virginia deeds, orders, wills, etc No. 10, 1694-1697. p. 76.  https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2707175?availability=Mesa%20Arizona%20FamilySearch%20Library

1695 Nov 21: Council Chamber Whitehall. 26 October 1743.  Committee report on the appeal of David Meade of  Virginia, merchant, setting out that letters patent were granted in Virginia 10 July 1688 to Colonel John Lear since deceased, for a tract of land in the counties of Nansemond and Isle of Wight containing 900 acres which the same Colonel built on and improved and is the estate in question. He was seized thereof in fee simple and had issue one son Thomas Lear who died in his father’s lifetime leaving issue one son John Lear and two daughters Elizabeth and Martha. The aforesaid Colonel Lear made a Will 21 November 1695 and gave his granddaughter Elizabeth another distinct tract of land, to her and the heirs of her body with remainder to John George and his heirs, with remainder to the testator’s grandson the aforesaid John Lear and the heirs of his body for_ ever. And he gave another parcel of land to Charles Goring in fee and after several legacies he bequeathed to his aforesaid grandson John Lear (who was his heir-at-law) all other his lands tenements and heraditaments, with bases for term of years and appointed Executors, but he did not limit any remainder over of the said patented lands but such reversion descended upon his aforesaid grandson to whom an estate tail had been devised in the same lands. Some time after making his will the said Colonel Lear died seized in fee of the same patented lands and John Lear his aforesaid grandson entered therein. That by indenture of lease for a year of 29 June 1743 he, for consideration of 5/- sold the tract of land described in the said patent to his late grandfather with other premises, to the petitioner for one year for a peppercorn rent for certain reasons. By indenture of release of 1 July 1734 in consideration of £80 did give bargain sell alien release and confirmed to the petitioner the said tract of land to hold with appurtenances to the petitioner and his heirs for evero The lease and release and receipts for consideration moneys were at the 1st Court held 24 July 1734, proved by all three witnesses. The $aid John Lear the grandson died later without any issue •. On 15 October 1740 one William Thrustout filed a declaration in ejectment in Virginia against the petitioner for one messuage, one tenement and 900 acres of land in the parish of Newport county of Isle of Wight, Virginia, as the said William Thrustout was the feigned lessee under Martha Godwin and others The petitioner pleaded not guilty and issue was joined and the action was successively continued by the Court until 15 April 1741, 15 October 1741 and 15 April 1742. The last was considered by the judgment of the Court to be with the plaintiff and therefore, he, the said William Thrustout should recover against the petitioner with 1/- damages and his costs. The plaintiff prayed a writ of possession which was granted. The petitioner was greatly aggrieved by the judgment and brought his appeal to His Majesty in Council and prays that the said judgment given in Virginia 15 April 1742 be reversed. The Lords of the Committee heard the appellant by his Counsel and thereupon agreed that the said judgment be reversed and he be restored possession and that judgment be entered up to the appellant with costs. Privy Council Registers pp. 1-14, Vol.no.10.A.Press 12.

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 March 24: Att a Court held 24 [sic: 25?] March 1696 [1697].  John Layton arresting Henry Goaring in an action of the case and noe further proceedings had therein, the suite is dismist.  From: York County, Virginia Deeds, Orders, Wills, Etc., No. 8 – Part One 1687-1691 – Abstracted and Compiled by John Frederick Dorman

1696 June 9: Samuel Gainor: Appraisal by John Carrell and Samuel Eldridge. R. June 9, 1696. Page 375.  Isle of Wight, Virginia, Wills and administrations bk I 1647-1719. pg 53.
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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

1697/98 Feb 24: At the instance of the Honorable Richd Lee Esq the will of Mr. Wm Paine decd was proved by the oaths of John Thomas and John Gladdin, 2 of the wit.
Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 54.

1698 Oct 10: Jno Gunn bond and appt extr:  Know all men by these presents that we Eliz Gunn and Richd Brook of the County of Essex are held and firmly bound unto his Maj justices of the peace for the County in the sum of thirty thousand pds of good (?) tobo to be payment when of . . . (appointed executors) 10th day of Octber 1698.  Signed: Eliz X Gunn (Seale), Richd Brooke (Seale). Wits: Ruth Covington, Robt Coleman. (Note:  Later probate shows this to be the last name of “Gounn“).  

1698 Oct 10 Eliz Goun posts bond as admin on estate of John Goun in Essex Co Va marked snip

1699 March 30: Robert Wickliff decd and to widow of Stanley Gower.
Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 77.

1699 March 30: Col. William Peirce as extr of Robert Wickliffe decd confessed judgment to the orphans of Stanley Gower for their respective parts of their said decd father’s estate.
Ordered that the same be divided and act apart from estate of Robert Wickliffe decd who married with the widdow of the sd Gower.
Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 100.

1699 Oct 9: Tho. Gaines – p. 4-A, “Attachm’t issued to Charles – – (faded out) – – Estate of Tho: Gaines for Eight hundred pounds of Tobacco by bill. Returned Executed the 9th of 9’ber 1699 in these words Then attached two parcells of Tobacco hanging in two severall houses, One Levey Sixty Serren and a halfe being 1st paid for the use Of the within menconed Test Leroy George Sub Sh ” (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. Pg 74).

1699 Nov 11 – In the name of God amen. First, bequeath my soul to Almighty God which gave it me and my body to be buried in Cristen buriel.  I do bequef after the deses of my wife Elizabeth Goun my land to Sarah Green – daughter of Saml Green to have ar(sp?) for ever. Witness my hand – the second(sp?) of July won thousand six hun ninty 8(sp?).
John (I) Gowin (his mark).  Witnesses: Charles Hall, John (I) Parr (his mark), Saml Greene.  Proved in the County Court on 11th day of November 1699 by the oathes of Charles Hall and Saml Green (unk writing).  —–   The deposition of Sarah the wife of Saml Green aged forty years or thereabouts. Sayth that ye deponent being at the house of Jno Goun deceased ye night before his death for he died ye next night about the same time did here ye sd Gun desire my husband to make his will he being unwilling himselfe desired Charles Hall who was there a Freeman in Jno Guns house to make it tooke inke to paper and ye deponent did heare ye sd Jno Gun dictate to ye scribe verbatim what is written in ye will and did see him signe itt with his marke as itt appeares and ye depont did take him ye sd Gun to be in perfict sence of memory at his signeing ye sd will to ye best of my judgment and knowledge and further saith not.
Sarah (S) Greene.  Examined and sworne fore me Danl Dobyns.  Truly Recorded . . . County Court 11th day of Octbr 1699

1699 Nov 11 John Gounn devises his land to Sara Green daughter of Saml Green after his wife Eliz Goun dies in Essex Co Va marked snip

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)

1699 Va Henrico Co Jane Gower wife of Abell her will discussed

1699 Va Surry Co Charles Goring on tax list

1700 Va Richmond Co David Gwyn admin estate of Alexander Burnett

1699/1700 Feb 28: Will of John Goreham proved by David Thomas. Probate to William Butler, etc.  Westmoreland orders, 1690/91 to 1698. Copied by George W. Glass. pg 114.

1701 Feb 20: PIERCE, COLONEL WILLIAM, of Cople, gent.; 20 February 1701; 7 April 1702. To Pierce and Stanley Gower 300 acres of land; grandson Samuel Bayley son of John land; grandson William Pierce at 20 years of age; daus. Elizabeth Bridges, Margaret Graham and Mary Rowsey; Thomas Marson and Rachel his wife 1,000 lbs. tobacco; exrs. Thomas Marson and grandson William Pierce; my son John Pierce the deceased father of grandson William; my wife Sarah one negro and her thirds. Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654 to 1800. pg 32.

1702 Va Richmond Co David Gwyn will abstract

1702 Va Westmoreland Co Pierce Gower and Stanley Gower legatees of William Pierce

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 Nov 10: page 39. Inventory of est of Richd Grigory deceased. Taken by Court order of 10 Nov 1702. Long inventory covering 3 pages. Total value L 85. 9. 8 .  Signed William Johnson, Leonard Chamberlains, John Games. Sworn before Rob’t Coleman 29 Dec 1702, Note of 2 mares sold for 1000 lb tobo by Tho x Snead. Presented by Thomas Snead and Katherine his wife 10 July 1703 and recorded. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 7.

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.

1703 July 24: page 154. Will of William Green of Essex Co, Dated 24 July 1703. Probated l0 Feb 1703/4,  To “my Couzen Thomas Games son of John Games” 166 acres “whereon I now live”. He failing in heirs named Games the land to return to “my Sister Sarah Games“.  To Thomas Games personal property which “was of my Fathers Estate”.  To Thomas Crow son of John Crow land “whereon my father lived by Piscataway Ferry on South side of the Creek”.  To John Games a servt boy named William Lancaster.
To John Crow 2000 lb tobo.  Residue of estate to be divided by Thomas Games and John Games, they to be exors.  Signed: William Green.  Wit: William Johnson, Argoll Blackstone, John x Taylor.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 24.

1704 Va Richmond Co David Gwyn bio

1704 Feb 10: page 155. Bond. 10 Feb 1703/4. L 200. Sterling. John Games as exor of Wm Green dec’d. Signed: John Games, James Boughans (sic), Wm Johnson.  Wit: Salvator Muscoe, Richd Buckner.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 25.

1704 Christopher Gawin Jr is listed on the Quit Rents of Virginia – on 20 acres, Nanesmond Co, Va
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1703/4 Feb 10: page 164, Lease and Release; 9 and 10 Feb 1703/4, Arrabella Bird of Sittenbourne par, widow, only dau and heir apparent of Henry White late of same par, planter, decd, and niece and heir apparent of John White decd who was the eldest son and heir apparent of Nicho: White decd, Sells James Boughan of Farnham par, planter, for L 30., the plantation whereon John Griffin, shipwright, lately dwelt and whereon the said Jas Boughan now dwelleth, being 150 acres on W side Piscataway Creek in Farnham par. This land being part of 1150 acres granted to Mr John Cox decd.  Signed: Arrabella x Bird.  Wit: Erasmus Allen, Will Young, Ja Alderson. Receipt from Arrabella x Bird, L 30., in payment of above, Wit: by Ja: Alderson, Will’m Josham, Jno Games.  Also bond on above. Ack and rec 10 Feb 1703/4.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 25.

1703/4 March 10: No. ll. page 204. Admrs Bond. 10 March 1703/4. L 200. Sterling. Wm. Johnson and Eliz’a Johnson as admrs of James Picket decd. Signed: Wm Johnson, Eliz’a Johnson, John Games, Jas Boughan junr. Wit: Richard Buckner.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 30.

1704 April 10: page 218. Inv of est of Mr Robert Halsey decd taken by Court order
dated 10 Nov 1703. Totals L 111, 02. 8. Signed Leo: Chamberline, Jno Games, Tho x Snead.  Presented by James Boughan admr and sworn before Robt Coleman.
Add’l items include:
Thomas and Henry Johnson’s bill 3000
Robt Lumkins bill 600
Simon Beckhams bill 700
Mary Ward’s bill 650
Daniel Taylor’s bill for shoes 48 pair
Daniel Anerton bill for shoes 11 pair
Richd Cupor 50
Date recorded not shown but it is with other entries of 10 Apl 1704.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 31.

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 June 10: page 235. Will of Thomas x Tharp of Essex Co. “very sick and weak”.
Dated 16 May 1704. Probated 10 June 1704. To son Wm Tharpe the plantation in the forest bought of Mr Robt Paine, except 100 acres, which when taken out must be square, beginning either upon George Andrews swamp or Spearmans swamp and running upon Mr Gaines line, which 100 aores to son Thomas Tharpe, Also the home plantation to son Thomas Tharpe, To dau Hannah a feather bed. Wife to have her thirds. If she marry again sons to be of age at 18. A parcel “of land entered and surveyed on South side of Rappahannock river on East side of Peumans End run, joining line of Mr Thomas Lucas and Mr John Deane and Capt Fleming to be equally divided betw “me or my heirs” and Capt Charles Smith, Smith to have the lower part next the mill, he to bear expense of patent, survey, etc, Tharpe’s share to be div betw 2 sons” Wm and Thos Tharpe. Exors “my Loving Father Richd Good and my Loving wife Florinda Tharp. Wit: Signed Thomas x Tharp. Thomas Bartlett, John Miller.  Proved by oaths of Bartlett and Miller. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 35.

1704 July 10: No,12.” page 12. Deed, 10 July 1704, John Games of So Farnham parish, planter, sells Thomas Burnett Jr of same par, for 3000 lb tobo, 130 acres of woodland ground in So. F. par. Adjoins “an old Feild by John Burnetts Line Brother of the sd Thomas Burnett being Peter Trebles corner”, Charles Burnetts line, etc. Signed: Jno Games.  Wit: Wm Johnson, John Harper, Tho Stretton.  Dower rights relinq by Sarah Games wife of Jno Games.  Receipt and Bond follow, Rec, 10 July 170.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 40.

1704 Sept 10: No.12, page 35. Deed, 10 Sept 1704, John Games of So Farnham parish, planter, sells John Burnett of same parish, planter”, for L 100, a parcel of land in So F par on S side of Rappa river, Adjoins land of Holt, Piscataway Creek. The land being part of 1030 acres granted Thomas Games father of said Jno Games 27 Feb 1665/6.  Signed: John Games.  Wit: Tho Stretton, Fran Moore.  Dower rights relinq by Sarah Games, wife of Jno Games.  Bond, etc.  Ack and rec 11 Sept 1704.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 45.

1704 Sept 10: No, 12. page 39. Deed, 10 Sept 1704, John Burnett of So. Farnham par, planter, sells John Games of same par, for L 100, Sterling, 400 acres on So side of Rappa, Adjoins sd Burnett’s land, Piscataway Creek, This land being part of 1030 acres granted Thos Games 7 Feb 1665/6, etc. Signed: John Burnett.  Wit: Fran Moore, Tho Stretton.  Receipt, Bond, etc. Ack and rec 11 Sept 1704.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 46.

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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1704 Oct 20: No 12, page 110, Land Grant, 20 Oct 1704, Fr: Nicholson,”Esq.,Governor etc., to William Williams and Dan’ll Mackgurt, 186 acres In Essex Co. Land on S side of River some 7 or 8 miles baok, Adjs a corner tree of Maj’r Beverley, the line of Button, a branch of Occupaoon, Beverley’s line to a corner oak to Beverley and Morris in a branch of Gilsons,— Morris’ line, etc, The land “formerly granted Robert Gaines 20 Oot 1668 and by him deserted; Since granted to Williams and Mackgurt by order of the General Court dated 15 April 1704 and due for transportation of 4 persons into this colony. Signed F: Nioholson.  “Wm Williams etc their patent for 186 acres of Land in Essex County. C C Thacker Deputy Sec’ry “. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 64.

1704/5 Feb 10: 10th February 1704/5, Jury in land dif betw John Games, Procheinamy (next friend) of Thomas Games pltf and Joseph Edmondson deft. With Mr Harry Beverley Surveyor, laid out the land and find the Deft a trespasser. Damages at 2 shillings.
Francis Merriwether foreman
Erasmus Allen
Saml Parry
Henry x Boughan
Johrix Brasier
Henry x Woodnet
John x Fargeson
John Meade
Henry Adboofe
Will Journey
Timothy Driscoll
Franois Shakelford
No. 12. page 82, Surveyor’s report, 10 Feb 1704/5, In dif Games vs. Edmondson, 190 acres on N side Piscataway Creek, etc. Signed Harry Beverley, Surveyor. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 57.

1705 Oct 15: No,12, page 130. 15 Oct 1705, Attachmt agt est of John Taylor, who has absented: himself out of the Co, for a debt of 2 l/2 bbl of corn and 25 s. 06 d. due John Games, Order signed by James Boughan. Levied according to Law 15 Oct 1705 on a bbl of corn. Witnessed by Wm Johnson and Robt x Moody, Signed by me Abr Ayrton S S E C”.  Also attaohmt agt Taylor’s est for debt of 525 lb tobo due Wm Johnson, as above. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 70.

1706 Va Richmond Co Bernard Gaines son of Daniel married Martha Taylor

1706 Va Richmond Co will of Daniel Jackson to daughter Sarah Gower

1706 Va Richmond Co will of George Taylor to daughter Martha Gaines and grandchildren

1705/6 Feb 2: No,12, page 166, Deed. 2 Feb 1705/6, Richd Holt of So. Farnham parish, planter, son and heir of Richard Holt of same par, deed, and Wm Holt of same par, son and devisee of sd Richd Holt deed, “sell Jas Boughan Senior of same par, gent, for and in exchange 200 acres in S. F. par, which Boughan has conveyed to the Holts, 620 acres granted to sd Richd Holt decd 4 Nov 1685, and adjs Kings, Swamp below Piscataway Mill; the land of Oliver Seager, the land of Thomas Gaines and John Moraine, thence parellel with the first line to the main Pocoson of Piscattaway and down the Creek, etc.  Signed: Riohard x Holt, William x Holt.  Wit: John Games (sic), Erasmus Allen.  Ack and rec 11 Feb 1705/6. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 78.

1705/6 March 11: No,12, page 185, Deed, 11 March 1705/6, George Loyd of St Annes par, Innholder, sells Timothy Hay of Petsoe par,”Gloucester Co., for—L 73, 10, 0, 735 aores, 128 perches of land in St, A, par. Of this 662 acres, 48 perches granted to sd-Loyd 25 Apl 1702, The bal, 73 acres and 48 – perches being part of 186 aores granted Robert Gaines dec’d 28 Oct 1688 and by him lapsed and taken up by William Williams and Danl Macgurt 15 Apl 1704, and adjs Loyds patent, etc. The whole tract of 735 acres 128 perches adjs Mr Thos Burton and Mr Robert Brooks corner, along Burton’s line, Loyd’s patent, a branoh of Gilsons Creek, Chickcomany path, etc. Signed: George Lloyd.  Wit: Charles Smith, James Rennolds Junr, William Thompson.
Dower rights relinq by Johannah, wife of Geo Loyd, Ack and rec 11 Mar 1705/6, Memo: That delivery was made by turf and twig to Hay, etc.  Signed: Charles Smith, Daniel x Magurt, William x Williams.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 82.

1704 Nov 9: No.12, page 214, Deed, 9 Nov 1704, John Andrews of St Annes par sells John Ridgdail of same par, for 1500 lb tobo, 50 acres, being part of land granted James Gaines and sold by him to James Andrews and now by right to me the sd John Andrews. Adjs land of the Widdow Newell, the land of Gray and Blackburn, etc. Signed: John Andrews.  Wit:  Tho Ramsey, Elizabeth x Ramsey.  Ack and rec 10 Apl 1706. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 86.

1705/6 March 9: No. 12. page 260. Will of John Heald, Sick and weak. Dated 9 Mar 1705/6.  Prob 10 Apl 1706, Whole est “to my good friend Paul Micou”, he exor.  Wit”:
Bernard Gaines, John Ludly, Jamos Boudler (or Bendler).  Proved by oaths of the 3 witnesses. page 261. Bond. 10 July 1706. L 50. Sterling, Paul Micou as exor of Jno Heald dec’d. Signed: Paul Micou, R Buckner.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v29 Essex 1703 to 1706. pg. 93.

1706 Dec 12 – John Gowry is Granted 129a land prev owned by David Mansill, Stafford Co, 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.

1708 Va Richmond Co Francis Gower executor of John Clark in land transaction

1711 Va Richmond Co John and Stanley Gower wits to survey p1

1711 June 2: p.74.  Richmond Ss.  In obedience to an order of Court dated the 2d day of May 1711 which is the continuance of sundry orders formerly made in a Difference betwixt William Woodbridge plt and Thomas Glascock defends we x x being sumonod by the sherriff x x did in Company of the Surveyor of this County x x lay out the land of the plt which he Claymes by a patt: granted to Paul Woodbridge for six hundred acres of Land dated the 18th November 1664 but were stopt by the defend’t he producing an elder pattent and alleadging we were within the bounds of the same which said patent is granted to Cap’t Moor Fantleroy for 5350 aores of Land and Dated the 22d of May 1650 part of the land Contained in the said patent lying above a part below Farnham Creek which last part Containes 2750 acres by surveying of which both parties did there alleadge would end the Controversie, which ( with the assistanoe of the said Surveyor ) we did do according to the Courses and Distances therein Expressed and found that we were not within the bounds of the same when Thomas Glascock stopt us, after which we surveyed the lands of the plt aforesd and do find that the defend’t aforesaid hath done damage thereon to the value of five shillings sterl, Witness our hands and seals this 2d day of June 1711. And: Dew Foreman, Fran: Lucas, James Suggitt, Stanley x Gower, John Gower, Wm x Smith, Richard Bramham, David Berrick, Will Smoot, Mark Tune, Job x Hamon Sen’r, Fra: Yeats. William Thornton, Surveyor. Rec, 4 July 1711.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg 44-45.

1712 Feb 5: p.75.  These Following Interrogations was put to Mr Riohard King by William
Barber Charles Barber and Stanley Goar.
First: Mr Riohard King you being an antient Man and an old stander in those parts, did you Ever hear George Haslock dec’ed Grand Father to Tho. Freshwater say that the line which parted his land and the land of Tho Robinson dec’ed, went by his Clear ground whioh was under the hill near the said Haslooks house
Answer: I being a boarder in Geo* Haslooks house heard him the said Haslock say that his line Run by his Clear Ground side where stood a small hoghouse
2’dly: Did you Ever hear Tho Robinson dec’ed say that the land which Joyned Geo Haslocks line was his the said Robinsons land
Answer: Yes I heard him say so severall times for that I was going to buy the said Land of him.
These following Interrogations was put to Mr Richard Branham by William Barber, Charles Barber and Stanley Goar
First: Mr Richard Branham you being an Antient Man and Son in Law to Geo Haslock dec’ed did you Ever hear him the said Haslock say that under the hill where Tho Freshwater dec’d father to Tho Freshwater built his house, the line which bounded his Land and parted it from Tho Robinson land Run
Answer: No, George Haslock was dead bofore I came into the Countrey
2dly: did you ever heare Tho Freshwater dec’ed say that he had built his house near his Line
Answer: Noe
3’rdly: Did you ever hear the said Tho Freshwater dec’ed say he must ask leave of Mr Sam’ll Bayly to Clear into his Land to give air to his house
Answer: Noe
4’thly: did you never hear Tho Freshwater dec’ed say that the land wher Charles Barber house now stands was Mr Samll Baylys Land
Answer: I dont remember anything of it
5’thly: Was it not generally reported among the neighbours that the land where Charles Barbers house and plantation now is was Mr Sam’ll Baylys Land and before he marryed Mr Robinsons Daughter it was accot’d the said Robinsons Land
Answer: Yes I have heard the land where the said Barber house stands called Robinsons neck.
6thly: did you ever hear Geo Haslock dec’ed say that the spring where Tho Freshwater now Fetches water was Robinsons spring
Answer: Noe
7thly: Did you Ever heare Tho Freshwater dec’ed call the spring where Tho Freshwater now Fetches water Robinsons Spring
Answer: I do think I have heard the said Freshwater call it Robinsons Spring
8thly: was not the Spring where Tho Freshwater now Fetches water notoriously knowne by the name of Robinsons Spring
Answer: it was comonly so Called
9thly: did you over hear Tho Dyes say that in the upper end of the Island stood the Corner tree of the Island where he lived
Answer: Yes that I have
These Interrogatories Following was putt to William Lee by Wm Barber, Charles Barber and Stanley Gower
First: Did you ever hear Tho Freshwater dec’ed say that the house where he lived stood Just by his line meaning the land where he lived
Answer: Noe
2’dly: Did you ever hear Tho Freshwater dec’ed say that the Land where Charles Barbers plantation now is was Mr Tho Robinsons or Mr Sam’ll Baylys
Answer: Noe
p.76
3’rdly: Did you Over hoar Thomas Freshwater dec’ed call the Spring where Tho Freshwater now Fetches wator Robinsons spring
Answer: No
4th: did you ever hear Francis Goar dec’ed say that on the hill side neare the old field where Charles Barbers Plantation now is stood a line tree of his
Answer: Yes I have
5: Did you ever know that mr Fra Goare took away some timber which the German Doctor gott near Chas Barbers Q’ter and that he said it was on his land
Answer: Yes
p.76.
These Following Interrogateryes was put to Mr David Berriok by William Barber, Cha Barber and Stanley Goare.
First: Mr David Berrick you being about Buying a parcell of Land of Mr Henry Austin did you hear him the said Austin say that the land on the left hand on the path which Leads from Cha: Barbers Q’ter to Capt Heales was Francis Goares Land
Answer: Yes
2’dly: have you not heard it Generally Reported that the plantation where Charles Barber lives was Mr Sam’ll Baylys Land
Answer: Yes
3’rdly: Did you not always hear the spring where. Tho Freshwater Fetches water Called Robinsons Spring
Answer: No
Mr Richard Branham Can you tell where stood a hog house belonging to George Hasloek which Mr Richard King mentions
Answer: Just att the mouth of a branch making out of the marsh Just below the old orchard.
-Pursuant to an order of Richmond County Court bearing date the fourth day of Septemb’r 1712 which is the Continuance of a former order of the said Court dated august the 6th 1712 wee the Subscribers mett on tho 8th day of September 1712 att the house of Capt Charles Barber and having Sworne such Evidences as were produced before us have taken and Returned their Depositions as above, Given under our hands the said Eighth day of September 1712.  Jos Deeke, John Tayloe, Edward Jones, Sam’ll Samford.  Rec. 5 Feb. 1712/13.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg 46-50.

1711/12 March 12: page 37. Deed. 12 March 171l/l2. Daniel Tucker of St. Ann’s Par., sells Cornelius Sale of the same Par., for 2200 lb. tobo., 100 acres in St. A, Par., on SW bank of Occupation Creek, adj. land of Robert Gaines, the land of Thomas Parker, the land of Robert Moss and the land of Will: Bates. This land formerly conveyed by Deed of Gift from Robert Moss and Rebeccah Moss, dated 2 September 1679 to Laomedon Tucker (sic, this name appears under various spellings) and from him devised to Daniel Tucker. signed: Daniel Tucker.  Wit:  Daniel Hayes, Robert Mayfield, Jonathan Clark.
“At a Court held for Essex County the 10th day of Aprill 1712 Daniel Tucker acknowledged this his Deed to Cornelius Sale and Eliz’a Tuoker wife to the said Daniel and Casandra Goulding Relinquished their right of Dower of and to the Land by this Deed Conveyed whioh on mo’con is Reoorded. Test: Richard Buckner C Cur “.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v8 Essex 1711 to 1714. pg. 14-15.

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.

1712/13 March 12: page 111. Deed. Date omitted from record, Plunkett Holt of So, Farn. Par., “son and Devisee of Richard Holt deceased”, sells John Boughan, Senr., of St Anns Par,, for 1600 lb. tobo., 620 acres granted Richard Holt deceased by patent dated 4 Nov. 1685, begining at Kings Swamp below Piscataway Mill, adj. tho land of Oliver Seager, the land of Thomas Gaines and John Morraine, etc. signed: Plunkett Holt his mark.
Wit: Thomas Bryan, James Edmondson. Recorded 12 March 1712/13.  Virginia Colonial Abstracts v8 Essex 1711 to 1714. pg. 42.

1713 Oct 29: Judith Ginn daug’r to James born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 52.

1713/14 January 13 and 14: page 169. Lease and Release. 13 and 14 Janry 1713/14. William Neale, planter, of So, Farn, Par,, sells William Johnson, planter, of the same Par., 100 acres in So, F. Par., a part of 600 acres formerly granted to Wm. Johnson 6 Oct. 1656, on the N.W. side of Piscataway Creek, along the line of Robert Youngs land, now called and known by the name of Argill Blackstons line to a corner of John Picketts land and Wm Johnsons land and from “thence along the said Johnsons land by the side of a White Oak Swamp untill it comes to the line of Henry Picket dec’d whioh was formerly a division between Henry Picket and Ralph Neale the father of William Neale aforesd”. signed William Neale his mark.  Wit: Jno Gaines, Wm Smith, John Chamberline. Rec, 14 Jan, 1713/L4. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v8 Essex 1711 to 1714. pg. 62-63.

1714 Jan 26: GOWER, PIERCE, 26 January 1714. Inventory returned.  Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654 to 1800. pg 55.

1713/14 Feb 11: page 195, Award, John Boughan, John Hawkins and Samuel Stallord of Essex Co., award there is no cause for action in suit depending in Essex Court betw, Capt. Lawrence Smith of York Co, of one part and John Willard and Ann Phillips of Essex Co, of the other part, concerning land in Essex Co, Lawrence Smith represented by Augustine Smith his attorney. This land adj that of Mr Daniel Gaines and Peter Cornwell, Cattail Branch, a corner tree of Pain, Page and Cornwell, Job Spearman and John Willard, Rec, 11 Feb. 1713/14. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v8 Essex 1711 to 1714. pg. 70.

1714 April 19: Griffethell Gin daug’r to Tho’s born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 52.

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.
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1714 June 16 – Christopher GewinAdam Harrold 112 acres near the Dragon Swamp. Adjoining the land of Edmond Bemond and Christopher Gewins. Nansemond County, Va.
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1714 Oct 12: p.118. October the 12th 1714.  I the subscriber doe own to have reoeived from m’rs Ann Green all Dues belonging to me by Right of Hester my Wife Likewise I doe acquit and Discharge the abovesaid mrs Ann Green Relick of m’r Richard Green des’d from all Debts Dues and Demands bills bonds and acc’ts from the beginning of the wourld to this present Date Witness my hand the Day and yeare above written. John Gower. Testis:  David Berrick, Sam’ll Pound. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg 85-85.

1715 Jan 12: James and Mary Ginn twins to Thos born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 52.

1714/15 Feb 9: page 353, Power of Atty. John Goare of South Farnham Par,, Essex Co., to “my Trusty and well beloved kinsman Timothy Driscoll” of same par, and Co., to collect debts. Dated 9 Feb. 1714/15. Signed: John Goare.  Wit:  Benjamin Morris, John x Hubbard.  Rec. 15 March 1714/15. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v9 Essex 1714 to 1717. pg. 12.

1715 March 20: page 513. An Inventory of the Orphans Estates belonging to Andrew Hardee, decd. Total valuation L 96: 13: 00. “We the subscribers did appriz the within mention Goods and Chattels for the orphans of Andrew Hardee des’t witness our hands and scales this 23d of Jan’ry 1715”. Signed: John Gaines, Martin Hall (or Nail), Tho Streshley, Jno Chamberlain. Recorded on mo’con of Thomas Wheeler 20th March 1715. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v9 Essex 1714 to 1717. pg. 62.

1715/16 Feb 22: page 487, Bond, 22 Feb. 1715/16. L 50. Sterl. Eliz, Gougey Extrx. Est. of Richard Gougey, deced. Signed: Eliza x Gougey, Robert Jones, Charles Farrell. Wit: names omitted from record.  Rec 22 Feb. 1715/16. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v9 Essex 1714 to 1717. pg. 56.

1715/16 March 20: pago 507. Inventory of Est of Richard Gougey decd., presented by Eliz: Gouggey Extrx. Includes:
To one old Musquit and 1 Carbine 0: 11: 0
To 2 Swords at 0: 2: 0
To 1 Looking Glace 1 old hat and one old pestell : 1:
Total valuation L 26: 19: 0
Appraisers names omitted.
Rec 20 March 1715/16
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v9 Essex 1714 to 1717. pg. 58.

1716 March 28: Mary Ginn daug’r born to James. (says 1616, but correct date must be 1716). Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 51.

1716 May 29: p.87, Power of Atty, 29 May 1716, John Spicer of Richmond Co. Gent, to Daniell Gaines of Essex Co to transact business, particularly to “make over unto Fransis Smith of the County of Essex (according to the tenor of my bond to the said Smith) two hundred acres of Land being part of my tract of land lying in the County of Essex” signed: Jn’o Spicer. Wit: John Berryman, Wil Robinson, Tho: Clark.  Rec. 6 June 1716. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg. 59.

1716 July 10: page 612. Inventory of Est. of Richd. Owen, decd, presented by Pr. Godfrey 10th July 1716. Total L 8: 15: 2 1/4.  Signed:  Jno Gaines, Richd x Webb, Fran: Moore. Rec 17 July 1716. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v9 Essex 1714 to 1717. pg. 77.

1716/17 Jan 11: page 705, Deed. 11 Jan. 1716/17. Edward Skrimser of St. A, Par., planter, sells to James Gouge (Guggey) of same Par., planter, for 1300 lb. tobo., 50 acres, being part of land where Skrimser now has his dwelling house and orchard, and adj. lands of Wm Clapam and John Morgan. Signed Edward x Skrimser.  Wit: Sam’ll Bizwell, Rob: Payne, Frederick x Cogghill.  Rec 15 January 1716/17. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v9 Essex 1714 to 1717. pg. 94.

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.

1718 Va Richmond Co Stanley Gower decd will abstract

1718 March 14: Thos Ginn son to Thos born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 52.

1718 Aug 27: James Ginn son to James born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 52.

1718 Nov 12: p. 115. Stanley Gower Deceased is Debtor in November the 12th day 1718
To funerall Charges at 2.0.0
paid to mr Lenard Hill Curent money 21.0.4
To a Debt due to my Selfe 4.5.8
paid to Roger Rooker 00.10.9
paid to Nicloas Christopher 01.05.0
paid to John Bramham 00.04.0
paid to hensfill Broos 00.05.0
Tot: 29.13.1.   A List of Tobacoe paid in 1718
To Capp’tt Charles Barber 0095
To William Phillips 0150
To David Williams 0015
To John faver 0015
To John Peycraft 0600
To Gilbert Metcalfe 0245
To Gilbert Metcalfe 0065
To William Phillips 0030
To francis Yeats 0037
To John Bramham 0146
To Jearaes Deboard 0100
To Danll hornby 0370
To John Pound Juner 0800
To John Bryant 0030 1/2
To Thomas Phillips 0018
Tot: 2717
Creditt to the above Acc’tt 1500 pounds of Tob’o
At a Court held for Richmond County the fifth day of Aprill 1721.  John Gower in Open Court made Oath to the Truth of this account and att his Motion is admitted to Record.  Test Ms Beckwith Cl Cur. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v17 Richmond 1704 to 1724. pg 85-85.

1719 Jno Gowrey of Stafford Co recd 300 acres adj to Waugh, Jones, Giles, in Richmond Co, Va. 1719 Va Stafford Co John Gowry recd 300acres adj to Traverse and Waugh marked
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_VANorthernNeckLandGrants1-0081

http://image.lva.virginia.gov/LONN/NN-3/289-2/301-400.html (pages 382 and 383)

1719 Aug 19: Genn, Jas, decd, Ann his relict swears he left no will. Admr granted.
19 Aug 1719. 6.327. Virginia Colonial Abstracts v19 Northumbria 1645 to 1720. pg. 57.

1720 July 8: DRISKALL, DARBY, 11 May 1720; 8 July 1720. To Mrs. Katherine McCarty and to Capt. Daniel McCarty 2 negroes; to Robert Bayley my clothes; to John Gore my stockings; to David Williamson and Edward Clark clothes; to godson Daniel McCarty 5 shillings Sterling. Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654 to 1800. pg 71.

1721 April 26: John Ginn son to Thos born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 52.

1726 Va Richmond Ca will of Francis Gower in Richmond Va

1726 Va Richmond Co 1726 to 1727 Gaines Gower and Gwyn will asbtracts

1726 Va Stafford Co Sept 26 Hugh Gwyn recvs 800acres 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 Va Richmond Co will of Winifred Gower p1

1727 James Gwan account estate in Somerset 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 Gwan family that this actually belongs to, so this may not be a “Going” at all, but worth reviewing).

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

1729 Dec 13: George Ginn son to Thos born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 52.

1733 March 5: Thos Ginn son to Thos born.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts v3 Northumberland 1661 to 1810. pg. 53.

1742 May 24: p.549 Deed William Lansdon of Goochland Co., planter, a mortgage to Alex. Speirs of Henrico Co., Merchant, plantation I dwell on, 500 acres and negro boy Joe, for £ 131/13/2 Dated 24 May 1742. To repay £ 65/16/7 by 1 May next. Wit: Tho. Moseley, Robt. Goode, Thomas Glong. Signed: Wm Lansdon. Recorded 15 June 1742.  Goochland County Virginia wills and deeds v 2. pg. 75.

1744 Sept 16: DODD, JOHN, 16 Sept. 1744; 26 March 1745, of Washington Parish. My son Joseph land in King George; son Nathaniel home plantation; son Benjamin household goods; dau. Mary McKenny and her husband John a servant maid; dau. Elizabeth; son in law William Goaring 6 shillings; son John Dodd; dau. Elizabeth Weedne. Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654 to 1800. pg 118.

1748 Jan 7: 300 acre land grant to John Gowan (or Gowman) adj to Felix Smith, Casper Faust, and opposite side of Congaree River from Saxa-Gothe Township, SC.  Pursuant to a precept to me directed by George Hunter Esqr Surveyor General bearing date the twenty first day of January AD 1747.  I have admeasured and laid out unto John Gowan a tract of land containing three hundred acres situate lying and being on the North side of Santee otherwise Congaree River opposite to Saxagotha Township and butting and bounding to the Southward part on lands laid out to Felix Smith and part on vacant land to the Westward on land not yet laid out to the Northward on land not yet laid out to the Eastward part on land not yet laid out and part on land of Casper Faust and hath such shape form and marks as appear by the above plat given under my hand the seventh day of January 1748. John Fairchild L.S. 226.  (Note:  This grant appears to be for John Going Jr – son of John Going b. abt 1700).  1748 Jan 7: (GOWAN) GOMAN, JOHN, PLAT FOR 300 ACRES ON SANTEE RIVER.  Series: S213184 Volume: 0004 Page: 00426 Item: 02  Names indexed: FAIRCHILD, JOHN; FAUST, CASPER; (GOWAN) GOMAN, JOHN; HUNTER, GEORGE; SMITH, FELIX  Locations: CONGAREE RIVER; SANTEE RIVER; SAXE-GOTHA TOWNSHIP Document type: PLAT
http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/RecordDetail.aspx?RecordId=94847
http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=94847(Image)

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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

1750 June 16 – probate/wills:  Bell, Elizabeth, widow, Tyrrell. June 16, 1750; November 30, 1750. Sister Margaret, daughter in London, South Britain, brotherin-law James Turnbull, William Mackey, my deceased husband’s nephew; Cullen Pollock executor. Test, Thos. Lee, John Gomen (possibly Gowen), Bedford Fagan. (pg 171)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2290112

1763 Oct 3: Christopher Gewin of Anson, for 30L, to John Carr of same, . . . 100 acreson 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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MINUTES OF COUNCIL AND GENERAL COURT

Backsler William 1637 Cheney Boyes Charles City
Backster John 1653 John Levistone Gloucester
Backster Roger 1653 Col William Clayborne (Sec of State) ???
Baxter Eleanor 1642 William Durant ???
Baxter Jane 1638 William Rookins James City
Baxter John 1651 George Ludlow ???
Baxter Richard 1638 Thomas Clipwell James City
Baxter Thomas 1655 George Wall Westmoreland
Baxter William 1636 Cheney Boyse Charles City
Baxter William 1648 John Manning Lower Norfolk
Baxton Jane 1636 William Rookins James City

Bland Edward 1647 Richard Bland ???
Bland Edward 1636 William Carter Henrico
Bland Edward 1638 William Carter James City
Bland EIlzabeth 1647 Richard Bland ???
Bland Francis 1654 Randall Chamblett ???
Bland John 1646 Samuell Abbott Nansemond
Bland Mary 1653 Richard Carey ???
Bland Pewrigrin 1642 Richard Maior Charles River

Gaines Bernard 1654 R Lawson ???
Gaines Elizabeth 1654 R Lawson ???
Gaines George 1656 Vincent Stanford ???
Gainine Robert 1635 Capt Adam Thoroughgood ???
Ganes Richard 1636 John Wilkins Accomack
Ganey Richard 1639 Thomas Smith Accomack
Gang Alice 1642 Lt Francis Mason ???
Gapin William 1653 Capt Francs Patt Northampton
Gawin William 1653 William Hoccoday York
Gawing John 1635 Thomas Crompe James City
Gaying Bernard 1643 Capt Samuell Mathews ???
Gayne Thomas 1652 Nicholas George & Thomas Taberer &Humphry Clarke ???
Gaynes Jane 1650 Andrew Gibson ???
Gayney Richard 1655 John Ninman Northampton
Gayny Robert 1654 Col Argoll Yardley Northampton
Geogn Hugh 1649 Richard Kemp (Sec of State) ???
Geoynn Abigail 1653 George Wadding Lancaster
Gingey William 1638 Capt Christopher Wormley Charles River
Ginings William 1654 Robert Hubard Westmoreland
Ginings William 1654 Valentine Patten Westmoreland
Goeman Thomas 1637 Capt John Howe Accomack
Gonnion Robert 1650 John Cox ???
Goman Anne 1653 Capt Nathaniel Hurd Warwick
Gonnion James 1650 John Cox ???

Goward William 1655 William Nutt Northumberland
Gower Edward 1655 John Mottrow Northumberland
Gower John 1653 John Edwards Lancaster
Gower Nicholas 1638 Stephen Charlton Accomack
Gower Richard 1637 Percival Champion New Norfolk

Gowsey William 1656 Tabitha Scarburgh & Matilda Scarburgh Northampton
Gwany Henry 1654 Francis Smith & John Smith Westmoreland
Gwillin George 1650 George Taylor ???
Gwin Griffin 1652 Edward Cannon & Thomas Allen Lower Norfolk
Gwin John 1652 Littleton Scarburg ???
Gwyn Ann 1642 Hugh Gwyn ???
Gwyn Hugh 1642 Hugh Gwyn ???
Gwyne Anne 1650 Robert Bird ???

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