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Re: Burton-Cotton-Bagwell
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: August 21, 2008 at 08:20:31
In Reply to: Burton-Cotton-Bagwell by EMALEA GRAVATT of 412

I did a quick google, and found the following on a site about early Anglican ministers...should answer your question.

"Rev. William Cotton married Anne Graves, daughter of Capt. Thomas Graves and his wife, Katherine. Anne was born in Accomack County probably in 1620. Reverend Cotton wrote his will on 20 August 1640, naming his wife, Anne, and his mother Joane Cotton of Bunbury, Cheshire. He also stated that two children had died earlier and that Anne was pregnant. A daughter, Verlinda, was born in late 1640 or early 1641, possibly before the death of Reverend Cotton. Verlinda Cotton married Thomas Burdett on 1 September 1658 in Northampton County, Virginia. "

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