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Wills & Adm-1647-1800
Posted by: Marta Patterson Date: December 11, 2000 at 11:07:32
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MARSHALL, HUMPHREY; Leg. grandson Humphrey Scutchins, land adjoining John Marshall; grandson Joseph Scutchins; land on which Thomas Hill lives to my daughter Mary Hill; grandson Thomas Applewhite; daughter Anne Applewhite; daughter Sarah Scutchins; John Thomas the son of Elizabeth Thomas;
Exs. Son-in-law Henry Applewhite and Col. Samuel Bridger.
D. December 18, 1711.
Wit. Anthony Hilliday, William Williams, John Briggs. Page 533
Page 73

MILLER, NICHOLAS. Appraised by John Davis, John Johnson, John Bidgood, James Lupo.
D. February 10, 1706/7. Page 481.

JOHNSON, JOHN; Leg. daughter Martha; son John my goods ? Blackwater, aforesaid son and daughter one shilling of last wife's estate; daughter Patience; daughter Mary; Mary.
January 7, 1703
R. August 9, 1707
Wit. James Lupo, Sarah Lupo, Susanna Braswell
Page 484
Page 66,67

TULLAUGH, JAMES; Son James; daughter Sarah, daughter Anne; brother Robert Tullagh in Ireland; brother John Tullagh; legacy left my two daughters by their brother John Griffen. Two daughters Extx.
Trustee, John Giles
D. March 26, 1698
R. May 2, 1698
Wit. Richard Reynolds, John Street, Ann Street. Page 390
Page 55

GRIFFETH, OWEN; Leg. daughter Ann; daughter Sarah; son Edward; son Owen; son John; grandson John Griffeth; granddaughter patience Griffeth; Margaret Edwards; Judy Edwards; wife Mary; Son-in-law William Johnson and my daughter
Extx. Wife
D. July 15, 1698
R. September 9, 1698
Wit. Henry Applewhaite, Jane Bragg
Page 397
Page 55

TURNER, JOHN. Nuncupative, as told to us by ye widow Tomlyn: Leg. son John plantation at Chuckatuck; sons James and John the plantation where John Coffer did live; son William the plantation on which Thomas Phillips lives; sons Joseph and Simon land on Boddie's Branch, adjoining Mr. Hardy and Edward Harris; grandaughter Anne Everett.
Ex. Son William
Overseers. Edward Harris and Thomas Harris
D. March 25, 1705
R. June 9, 1705
Signed by: Edward Harris, John Johnson Jr., Jenkins Dorman, William Westray and Mary Tomlyn. Page 468
Page 68

WEBB, WILLIAM JR.; Leg. my youngest cousin Mary Ricketts, ? a mare at Capt. John Davis; wife Mary
Extx. Wife
D. September 19, 1699
R. June 10, 1700
Wit. Caleb Taylor, Richard Gray. Page 426
Page 58

Appraisal of the estate of JAMES WEBB, taken
February 17, 1675, by Anthony Holladay, Thomas Green, Richard Penny and John Vicars.
March 1, 1675/6. Page 140
Page 20

VALENTIN, JAMES of the Lower Parish: Leg. wife Mary; son John; son James; my children.
Extx. Wife
D. October 25, 1676
R. June 9, 1677
Wit. John Hathaway, Margaret Miles, Margaret Long. Page 144.
Page 20.

DAVID, THOMAS: Appraisal taken at the house of William Webb Jr., by John Carrell, Thomas Thropp, William Webb.
Ordered, August 10, 1698. Page 370
Page 52

MOORE, THOMAS; Leg. Edward Champion Jr. the land I bought of Edward Cobb; Orlando Champion the land on the west side of the Blackwater Swamp, part of a patent between John Clarke and John Atkins; Edward Champion Sr., Edward Champion; Benjamin Champion the son of Edward; brother George Moore and Charles Chapman, tobacco in trust for the benefit of my neice Magdalen Carter; the same amount for Priscilla Champion. Wife and brother Exs. Overseers, Charles Chapman and Mr. Carrell.
D. September 28, 1696
R. 9th of 10 mo 1696
Wit. John Carrell, Richard Lewis, Charles Chapman. Page 371.
Page 52,53

HILL, NICHOLAS; Leg. wife Silvestra; son Richard; son Ralph; daughter Agnes (a mantle that was her Mother's and her wedding ring); daughter Martha; son George; daughter Mary; son Nicholas; daughter Anna; daughter Elizabeth; my wife and her six children to have the legacy give her by Major General Bennett; my three children by a former wife. Overseers, Major James Powell, Mr. Thomas Taberor, Mr. William Bressie and John Jennings.
D. April 19, 1675
R. October 20, 1675
Wit. John Grayham, John Newman, Mary Davis.
Page 133. Page 19

ROE, ROBERT: Leg. son Robert; daughter Margaret.
Extx. Wife and overseers, Elias Fort and Thomas Moore.
D. December 28, 1675
R. January 7, 1675
Wit. Thomas Moore, William Groves
Page 137. Page 19

DUNSTER, ROBERT; Leg. wife; brother Leonard Dunster; to his son
May 17, 1656
Wit: William Travers, William Jux, Elizabeth Webb, Thomas Wright. Page 74
Page 3.

TURNER, THOMAS. Estate appraised by Daniel Herring, Henry Johnson, Robert Johnson.
Signed, Martha Turner.
Ordered, September 5, 1751
R. February 6, 1752. Page 393. Page 156

DAY, DANIEL. Estate appraised by Abraham Johnson, James Johnson, John Roberts.
Signed Mary Day and George Taylor
R. March 7, 1750. Page 313. Page 151

Wills and Administrations of
Isle of Wight County, Virginia
1647-1800, Book II
Copyright 1938, by
Blanche Chapman
LDS FICHE #6101845

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