1 Henry Bedingfield b: Abt. 1678 England
. +Mary Isabel Briggs
. 2 Henry Bedingfield, Jr b: Abt. 1706 Surry Co., VA
.... +Martha Hicks (Hix) b: Abt. 1719 Surry Co., VA m: Mar 6, 1737/38 Surry Co., VA d: Abt. 1743 Brunswick Co., VA
.... 3 John Bedingfield b: Abt. 1738
.... 3 Charles Henry Bedingfield b: Abt. 1741 Brunswick Co., VA d: Abt. Mar 1, 1773 Marlboro Co., SC
....... +Mary Ellerbe b: Abt. 1748 SC? m: 1767 Marlboro Co., SC d: Abt. 1794 Marlboro, SC
So, according to this, Isabel, the wife of Henry Bedingfield, Sr., was a Briggs -- the daughter of Henry, Jr., who married the Lucas.
1716 - William Wyche lived in Surry County, Virginia; with his brother Henry when he patented land on October 1, 1716.
William was mentioned in his father's will.
His will, dated February 1, 1720, was proved in Surry County onFebruary 15, 1720. To son, Cyril Wyche, all my land and three slaves. Wife ,Judith, to have the labor of the three negoes untill Cyril is 21 yearsold. Rest of estate to wife, Judith, and "all my children". After debts and funeral expenses are paid. Witnesses were: Senator Richard Parker, Henry Beddingfield, and Richard Parker Jr. (Recorded Will Book7, page 299.)
p. 127 (p.551) 12 Nov 1724...John Freeman to Nathaniel Harrison...300 acres on both sides of Nottoway River in Southwarke Parish (being land granted to said John Freeman on 2 Oct 1701).
Wit: James Baker, Henry Bedingfield, Charles (X) Williams
Rec: 16 Dec 1724
Per "Surry County, Virginia Records 1652-1684" by Eliza Timberlake Davis
16 June 1727 VPB 13 p113-11 Henry Bedingfield of 870a on S side Fountains Creek in Brunswick.
January 22, 1738
Surry County, Va.
The will of Henry Briggs
To Grandson Henry Bedingfield, my plantation on south side of Beaver Dam Swamp - 170 acres of land.
To daughter Mary Bedingfield, all she is possessed with.
To daughter Ann Barton, all she is possessed with.
To daughter Hannah Hill, all she is possessed with.
To daughter Prisselah (Priscilla) Barker, all she is possessed with.
To grandson James Chappell, bed, etc.
To grandson Thomas Chappell, my gun.
To daughter Rebecca Chappell, a cow.
To son-in-law James Chappell, my daughter Elizabeth Chappell, all rest of my estate which they have in their possession.
Makes son in law James Chappell executor.
Probated November 21, 1739
Witnessed by John Rosser, James Chappell, Jr., and John Jarrod.
Book 9, p. 97.
1745 June 3: Indenture made the 3rd day of June, 1745, between Henry Beddingfield and Isabel, his wife, of Surry County and Moses Johnson of Surry County, for 50 pounds, conveying 870 acres on South side of Fountains Creek. Witnesses were William Willie, Robert Jones, Jr., John Mason, Jr., William Johnson, and Moses Johnson, Jr.
Proved by the oaths of the witnesses, Robert Jones, Jr., William Johnson, and Moses Johnson, Jr. in Court on October 3, 1745. In Court on January 2, 1746, Isabel Beddingfield appeared and relinguished her right of dower. Deed Book 3, page 71. MISC.
Indenture made the 15th day of October, 1747, between George Hicks, Gent. and Robert Jones, Jr., of Albemarle Parish, County of Surry, Attorney at Law, for 400 pounds, conveying 1,310 acres on Bank of Maherrin River. Witnesses were Thomas Briggs, Richard Knight, William Gray, Jr., Henry Beddingfield, and Thomas Pennington. Acknowledged in Court at which time Sarah Hicks, wife of the said George Hicks, appeared and relinquished her dower. Deed Book 3, page 385.
1752, Aug 7: (Brunswick CO. Va.) Moses Johnson 1.737 acres on both sides of Bedingfields Cr. on the county line adj. his own line and HIde, 870 acres granted Henry Bedingfield in 1727 which became vested in the sd. Johnson.
7 August 1752 VPB 31 p180-18 Moses Johnson 870a part formerly granted Henry Bedingfield
October 20, 1775
The will of Henry Bedingfield of Surry County, Va., mentions
Wife Ann Bedingfield as executor.
Friend Jesse Barker.
Mentions: “all my children”
Witnesses: Jonathan Ellis, Hannah Ellis (now deceased), and Richard Ellis.
Rec/ Aug. 28, 1781
Note: Moses Johnson had connection to Briggs and Lucas families, as did Henry Bedingfield.
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