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Re: Charles Irby
Posted by: Patrick Anderson (ID *****8697) Date: October 24, 2003 at 14:42:35
In Reply to: Charles Irby by Charlotte Holder of 776


Ancestors of Charles Irby


Generation No. 1

       1. Charles Irby, born Aft. 1744. He was the son of 2. John Irby and 3. Mary Hamlin.

Generation No. 2

       2. John Irby, born Bef. 1710; died 1763 in Amelia County, Virginia. He was the son of 4. Edmund Irby and 5. Elizabeth Douglas. He married 3. Mary Hamlin Abt. 1740.
       3. Mary Hamlin, born Abt. 1715. She was the daughter of 6. John Hamlin and 7. Anne Goodrich.

Notes for John Irby:
M.D.

John Irby, Churgion              from                     Charles Evans
of Isle of Wight                                   of Albemarle Co.
02/09/1727                     416 acres              
       for l50, 416 acres on a branch of Herrin Creek. 176 granted by patent 05/02/1705, 100 acres deed from John Rock, dec'd, to Charles Evans and Sarah his wife, and 150 acres said Evans bought of John Brown. witha ll houses etc. except 10 square feet where said evans wife lies buried. Wit: Lewis Solloman, J. Evans, Charles Hamlin.
sold to William Maynard 1730

       
Children of John Irby and Mary Hamlin are:
              i.       John Irby, born Aft. 1742.
       1       ii.       Charles Irby, born Aft. 1744.
              iii.       Lucy Irby, born Aft. 1746.


Generation No. 3

       4. Edmund Irby, born Abt. 1665; died Abt. 1733. He was the son of William Irby and ?. He married 5. Elizabeth Douglas Bef. 1688.
       5. Elizabeth Douglas, born Abt. 1670. She was the daughter of Thomas Douglas and Joanne ?.

Notes for Edmund Irby:
M.D.

Edmund Irby
10/24/1701              399 acres              Prince George County
Virginia Land Patent       Book 9                     page 420
       on both sides the White Oak Swamp being a branch of Monkes Neck Creek. adj. James Cocke.
1729       adj. John Kerby at Mocosoneck Creek near Bucher's branch.

Edmund Irby
10/31/1726              400 acres              Prince George County
Patent Book 13              page 40
       On the ridge between head branches of Deep Creek and branches of the little Nottoway.

       
Children of Edmund Irby and Elizabeth Douglas are:
              i.       Douglas Irby, born Bef. 1701; died Aft. 1742.

Notes for Douglas Irby:
Douglas Irby              from                     Robert Burchett
06/07/1717              200 acres              Prince George County
Prince George County       1713-1728              page 171
       adj. Daniel Meadows, Mathew Smart,Sr., William Mattock, Littlebury Eppes.

Douglas Irby
02/13/1724              400 acres              Prince George County
Prince George County       1713-1728              page 818
       Survey, on ridge between head branchse of Deep Creek & branches of Little Nottoway River

Douglas Irby
of Prince George County
09/28/1728              648 acres              Brunswick County
Virginia land Patent        Book 13                     page 361
       In a Neck between little Nottoway River & the Long Branch.

Douglas Irby                     to                     William Crenshaw,Jr.
of Prince George County
06/21/1742                     648 acres              Amelia County
Amelia County Deed              Book 1                     Page 422
       being land patented to Douglas Irby, 09/28/1728, lying in a neck between little Nottoway River & the Long Branch. formerly Brunswick now Amelia County.


              ii.       Charles Irby, born Abt. 1703; died February 1763 in Amelia County, Virginia; married Susannah ?; died 1767 in Amelia County, Virginia.

Notes for Charles Irby:
Resident of:
1703-1704       Charles City County, Virginia
1704-1736       Prince George County, Virginia
1736-1763       Amelia County, Virginia (Nottoway Parish) 400 acres

Charles Irby
같/같/1739                     760 acres                     Amelia County
Patent Book 18              page 407
       On the North side of the Little Nottoway River adj. John Eppes and others.

Charles Irby                     to              John Irby
Nottoway Parish                                   Nottoway Parish
같/같/1760                     같 acres                     Amelia County
       land adj. John Cock, Maston Green, John Winn, and Nottoway Glebe. Part of tract patented 1739

Justice of Peace, Amelia 1735; Sheriff. From the "Virginia Gazette and General Advertiser", Williamsburg, Va., 1752, we are told:
              Amelia County =, ff.
       To all Sheriffs, Constables, and other His Majesty's Liege        People, to Whom these Presents shall come. Greeting
       Wheras complaint hath this day been made to me, on of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for this County, by Thomas Anderson, of the County aforesaid, That he was, on Sunday the 23rd Day of August last, robb'd of a Beaver Hat to the Value of 30 Shillings, a Pair of Leather Breeches, a Pair of blue-grey Worsted, and a Pair of Yarn Hose, a Common-Prayer Book, a Razor Strap, a half-worn down brown Linen Shirt, a Pair of Jack Boots, two Holland Caps, one Pair of Shoes, and other Things, and that he has great Reason to suspect one William Roach, alis Rough, late of this County, an idle Person, about 23 Years old, short and well-set, with a simple Look, has a large scar just above his Forehead, is much addicted to Gaming, had on when he went away a blue-grey hald-trimm'd Coat, and a Pair of striped Holland Trousers :
              These are therefore in His Majesty's Name, to command and require all Sheriffs, Constables, and other His Majesty's Liege Peoples, within this Colony, to make diligent Search and Pursuit, by Way of Hue and Cry, within their several Counties and Precincts, after the said William Roach, alias Rough; and him having found, to apprehend and carry before the next Justice of the Peace, that he may be dealt with according to Law. Herein fail not.
              Given under my Hand and Seal, at Amelia, this 17th Day of September, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty Two, in the Twenty Sixth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord King GEORGE the Second.
                                           CHARLES IRBY


       2       iii.       John Irby, born Bef. 1710; died 1763 in Amelia County, Virginia; married (1) Mary Hamlin Abt. 1740; married (2) Susannah Winn Abt. 1750.
              iv.       William Irby, born Bef. 1710; died April 10, 1763.


       6. John Hamlin, died 1725. He was the son of John Hamlin and Elizabeth Taylor. He married 7. Anne Goodrich.
       7. Anne Goodrich She was the daughter of Charles Goodrich.

Notes for John Hamlin:
11/11/1724 will
05/11/1725 proven
P. G. County, Virginia
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
       C.       Occupation

1696       Gent Justice Charles City County
1698       40 ton Brigantine "Virgin" built at Maycox
1704       Gent Justice Prince George County
1708       Sherriff Prince George County

       D.       Lands

John Hamlin
05/02/1705                     550 acres                     Charles City County
Virginia Land Patent       Book 9                     page 656
       in Westopher Parish, S side of James River, adj. Daniel Higdon, Wm Edmunds, John Williams, Mr. Bates, and Maj. Poythress' line; granted Charles Goodrich, 04/20/1687, deserted, & now granted by order. transport of 11 persons.

John Hamlyn
04/26/1740                     550 acres                     Charles City County
       lands that Charles Goodrich deserted adjacent Daniel Higdon, William Edwards John Williams Mr Boles and Maj Poythress.

       E.       Will

John Hamlin
11/11/1724
       Will of John Hamlin of Pr. Geo. Co. To son John, after his mothers death, the plantation I live on, with 500 acres of land, slaves and various items. also the plantation on Three Creeks in Isle of Wight Co., 170 acres
       To son Peter, my plantation "Hawksnest", 300 acres, with slaves and items.
       To son Charles, plantation at Merchants Hope Chappell & 200 acres, 100 formerly held by Robert Abernathy and the other 100 to be land given to him by his brother John out of my land next thereto, also slaves and tiems.
       To my two sons, Hubbard and William, all my land at the fork of Nummisseen Creek, to be equally divided, plus slaves & itmes
       To son William, various slaves and items
       To daughter Ann, slaves
       Executors are to buy more slaves to give to son Charles, Peter, Hubbard, and William
       To daughter Mary Irby, wife of John Irby, slaves
       All the rest to wife during her widowhood, then to be divided among 5 sons.
       Brothers Thomas Rvenscroft and William Hamlins to be trustees, until son John comes of age.
       Wit: Peter Wynne, Frances Wynne, H. Poythress

       
Children of John Hamlin and Anne Goodrich are:
              i.       John Hamlin
              ii.       Peter Hamlin
              iii.       Charles Hamlin, born Abt. 1720; married Martha ?.

Notes for Charles Hamlin:
Charles Hamlin                     to                     Stephen Southall
of Prince George Co.
03/11/1744                     3651/2 acres       Amelia County
Amelia County Deed              Book 2              Page 91
       bounded north side of Nummiseen Creek head of a small branch and the creek being part of a tract patented to Hubbard Hamlin & William Hamlin on 03/24/1725.


              iv.       Hubbard Hamlin, married Lucy ?.

Notes for Hubbard Hamlin:
Hubart Hamlin
and Lucy his wife              to                     Charles Hamlin
of Prince George Co.
05/25/1744                     3651/2 acres       Amelia County
Amelia County Deed              Book 2              Page 91
       the moeity of 731 in fork of Namuseine Creek patented to Hubbard Hamlin & William Hamlin.


              v.       William Hamlin, married Martha ?.

Notes for William Hamlin:
William Hamlin and Hubbard Hamlin
son's of John Hamlin, Gent. Dec'd.
03/24/1725                     731 acres              Pr. Geo. Co.
Virginia Land Patent       Book 12              Page 416
       at the fork of Nummisseen Creek

William Hamlin                     from                     William Coleman
09/08/1737                     120 acres              Amelia County
Amelia County Deed              Book 1              page 67
       Upper side Nummisseen Creek & bounded in part by James's Clay's corner nearest Nummisseen Bridge, and a small branch of the Nummisseen Creek next below the bridge and Uperside of Coldwater Run.

William Hamlin
and Martha his wife              to                     Charles Hamlin
of Prince George Co.
05/25/1744                     3651/2 acres       Amelia County
Amelia County Deed              Book 2              Page 91
       being the moeity of 731 in fork of Namuseine Creek patented to Hubbard Hamlin & William Hamlin.


       3       vi.       Mary Hamlin, born Abt. 1715; married John Irby Abt. 1740.



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