Posted By:Ria Hendrix
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Subject:Philip Shelley and Sarah Wakefield
Post Date:August 11, 2002 at 12:00:30
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Info from book: 17th Century IOW by Boddie
Phillip Shelley of Surry and Sarah, his wife, dau. of John Wakefield, sells to Francis Lee of IOW for 4500 lbs tobacco 50 acres where Francis Lee now lives in Warrisqueake Bay, in Upper Parish 9 May 1700

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IOW deeds Vol 2 1715-1726
23 May 1716....Benjamin Chapman, gent of Surry Co, and wife, Mary Chapman, to Phillip Shelly, carpenter, of the same....200 acres in the upper parish and now in the occupation of James Booth (land being bought from Edward Backinoe on 21 Sept 1706).

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IOW deed book 4 1729-1736
23 May 1732....John Shelley of Bartee precinct in North Carolina to Thomas Shelley of the upper parish of IOW...100 acres adjoining said Thomas Shelley, Burrell and Lawrence Baker. Wit: John Goodrich, Edward Ozburn and Robert Cannon.

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Guide to the Buildings of Surry by Kornwolf
Lawne's Creek Parish Church
A third church had been built about 1695 at a new site, near Bacon's Castle, more readily accessible to the parish as a whole. The site was adjacent land owned by Arthur Allen II and was located between his land and that which his wife, Katherine, had inherited from her father Lawrence Baker. (A quote from Surry Co records)...."On May 28, 1695 Captain Henry Tooke complained that Phillip Shelly refused to take or pay for "panells....for a church said Shelly was building."

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Just thought these items may give you some clues.

Ria ><>