Sarah Roe

b. 1653, d. 22 January 1686
Charts
John Warner
     Sarah Roe was born in 1653 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America. Circa 1670 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Sarah Roe married Daniel Warner, son of John Warner and Margaret (?). Her married name was Sarah Warner (Roe). Sarah Roe died on 22 January 1686 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America.

Child of Sarah Roe and Daniel Warner

Remember Jones

b. 1 August 1653, d. 2 November 1718
     Remember Jones was born on 1 August 1653 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, America. She was the daughter of Thomas Jones and Mary North. On Monday, 1 May 1673 in Gloucester, in Essex, Massachusetts, America, Remember Jones married Nathaniel Hadlock.1 Her married name was Remember Hadlock (Jones). Remember Jones died on 2 November 1718 in Gloucester, Massachusetts, America at age 65.1

Citations

  1. [S317] L. N. Parker, History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones.

Mary Loomis

b. 3 August 1653, d. after 1687
     Mary Loomis was born on 3 August 1653 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Loomis and Sarah Hill. Mary Loomis died after 1687 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.

James Stevenson

b. 1 October 1653, d. 23 December 1711
     James Stevenson was born on 1 October 1653 in Boston, Bristol, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of John Stephenson and Sarah (?) James Stevenson recorded a deed on 2 February 1674 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America; applied for June 5, 1673; 30 acres.2 He recorded a deed on 6 February 1676 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. 6 acres.2 He was in military service on 19 May 1676 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America. King Phillip's War, participant at "Fall's Fight" under Captain William Turner. He took the Oath of Allegiance to the British Crown on 31 December 1678 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.3 He recorded a deed on 7 February 1681 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. 10 acres.2 On Monday, 8 June 1682 in First Congregational Church in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, James Stevenson married Mary Denslow, age 24, daughter of John Denslow and Mary Egglestone.4 James Stevenson recorded a deed on 12 January 1686 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. 5 acre homelot.2 On Monday, 4 June 1691 in First Congregational Church in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, James Stevenson married Joanna Miller, age 32, daughter of Obadiah Miller and Joanna (?).4,5 He witnessed his brother John Stephenson's death in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, America, on 16 September 1693. James Stevenson recorded a deed on 12 March 1704 in West Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. 6 acres.2 He died on 23 December 1711 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 58.4

Child of James Stevenson and Mary Denslow

Children of James Stevenson and Joanna Miller

Citations

  1. [S179] Boston births, baptisms, marriages, deaths 1630-99, Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah,,.
  2. [S355] Henry M. Burt, The First Century of the History of Springfield, Massachusetts: The Official Records from 1636 to 1736.
  3. [S315] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Settlers of West Springfield, Massachusetts.
  4. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.
  5. [S319] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Cogans English and American.

William Turrenton

b. circa 1654
     William Turrenton was born circa 1654 in James City, Virginia, America. He was the son of Robert Turrenton.

Child of William Turrenton

Edward Elmer

b. 1654
     Edward Elmer was born in 1654 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, America. He was the son of Edward Elmer and Mary (?) Edward Elmer was an heir in the will of Edward Elmer on 6 June 1676 in Windsor, Connecticut, America. Edward Elmer was a defendant in the lawsuit of Sarah Elmer and Thomas Long on 18 June 1696 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America. Thomas Long complains that he hath not had that part of his Estate that is due to him in right of his wife from the Estate of Edward Elmer, Decd, but hath been rejected by law of part of the Land that was laid out to him by one of the Adms. on that Estate. This Court do order that the Adms., viz., John and Edward Elmer, do lay out his Land to him the sd. Thomas Long forthwith.

Rebecca Bemis

b. 17 April 1654
     Rebecca Bemis was born on 17 April 1654 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Bemis and Sarah (?) On Tuesday, 11 April 1684 in Watertown, in Middlesex, Massachusetts, America, Rebecca Bemis married John White, age 36.1 Her married name was Rebecca White (Bemis). On Monday, 1 April 1686 in Watertown, in Middlesex, Massachusetts, America, Rebecca Bemis married Thomas Harrington, age 20, son of Robert Harrington and Susannah (?).1 Her married name was Rebecca Harrington (Bemis). Rebecca Bemis made a will on 26 June 1718 in Watertown, Massachusetts, America. Her first husband's father, Anthony White, left her half his estate for caring for him in his last year. She bequeathed this land to her children.1

Child of Rebecca Bemis and Thomas Harrington

Citations

  1. [S834] Glade Ian Nelson, Anthony and Grace (Hall) White of Watertown.

Nathaniel Lombard

b. 6 July 1654
     Nathaniel Lombard was born on 6 July 1654 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of John Lombard and Joan Pritchard.

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Jonathan Burt

b. 12 July 1654
     Jonathan Burt was born on 12 July 1654 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Deacon Jonathan Burt and Elizabeth Lobdell.

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Margaret Bell

b. circa 1655, d. circa 1701
     Margaret Bell was born circa 1655 in Lancaster, Virginia, America. She was the daughter of Henry Bell and Margaret Cobb. Circa 1671 in York, Virginia, America, Margaret Bell married Nicholas Wren, son of Richard Wren and Grace George.1 Her married name was Margaret Wren (Bell). Margaret Bell witnessed the Deed of Henry Bell on 21 September 1671 in Lancaster, Virginia, America; Henry Bell, planter sells to John Cox half of 470 acres in Aontepoyson, joins Teague
Corall. Wit: Nicholas Wren and Margaret Wren. Recorded 8 Nov 1671 DB 1666-1682 p 137 (DB 4.) Margaret Bell was an heir in the will of Nicholas Wren on 3 January 1700; Will Book 8 page 101, prepared Jan 3, 1700 and recorded April 12, 1701. Margaret Bell died circa 1701 Virginia, America.

Children of Margaret Bell and Nicholas Wren

Citations

  1. [S107] John Howard Wren, Wren's of Virginia, 1652 - 1832.

Esther (?)

b. circa 1655, d. 3 May 1725
     Esther (?) was born circa 1655. Her married name was Esther Richards (--). Circa 1680 in Farmington, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Esther (?) married Obadiah Richards, son of Thomas Richards and Priscilla Wakeman.1 Esther (?) was an heir in the will of Obadiah Richards on 17 May 1701 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America.2 Esther (?) died on 3 May 1725 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.2

Children of Esther (?) and Obadiah Richards

Citations

  1. [S238] Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Original Proprietors of Hartford, CT.
  2. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.

Sarah (?)

b. circa 1655, d. 17 August 1728
     Sarah (?) was born circa 1655. Circa 1670 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Sarah (?) married Joseph Rogers, son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland.1 Her married name was Sarah Rogers (--). Sarah (?) died on 17 August 1728 in New London, Connecticut, America.1

Child of Sarah (?) and Joseph Rogers

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.

Mary Jordan

b. circa 1655
     Mary Jordan was born circa 1655. On Monday, 5 November 1674 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Mary Jordan married James Rogers, age 22, son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland.1 Her married name was Mary Rogers (Jordan).

Citations

  1. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.

Samuel Fox

b. circa 1655
     Samuel Fox was born circa 1655. After 1682 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Samuel Fox married Bathsheba Rogers, daughter of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland.1

Citations

  1. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.

Abraham Childers II

b. 4 January 1655, d. 1698
     Abraham Childers II was born on 4 January 1655 in Curles Neck Plantation, Henrico, Virginia, America.1 He was the son of Abraham Childers and Anne Howard. Abraham Childers II recorded a deed on 1 December 1681 in Henrico, Virginia, America.
DEED OF ABRAHAM CHILDERS
SON OF ABRAH CHILDERS 1681
Know all men by these presents that I ABRAHAM CHILDERS (sonne & heir of ABRAH CHILDERS decd) for and in consideration of a tract of land of JNO. PLEASANTS being five hundred and forty eight acres, lying and being in the Forke of foure mike Creeke (part) as a patent will more fully appears, remit release & forever quitt claimed any ringt title or interest of this within mentioned land which was by my father purchased of WM. HARRIS & given me by his last will and testament as the said will may appeare. And doe by these presents for me my heirs of adms. forever assigne all rights title & interest of the said land within expressed unto the said JNO. PLEASANTS his heirs and assigns forever to have and to hold the said piece or parcell
of land in as full & ample manner to all intents & purposes, as I myselfe my heirs might or could doe or hereafter may doe by virtue of this bill of sale & my fathers will or by any other way or meanes whatsoever I have hereunto sett my hand & seale this tenth day of February 1680/81.
Testes signed
JOHN HUDDLESEE ABRAHAM CHILDERS
his
BART B.
Mark Test: H. DAVIS dep cler
I ANNE wife of said ABRAH doe hereby acknowledge to relinquish my right of dower to ye said land in this conveyance mentioned witness my hand this 1st December 1681.
ANNE CHILDERS.2 On Monday, 1 December 1681 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Abraham Childers II married Anne Pew, daughter of Henry Pew Jr and Jane Milner.3
He was a planter and a race starter. He served many times on the Grand Jury. He could read and write. Information provided by Mrs. Pat Searight. Abraham Childers II left a will on 6 December 1693 in Henrico, Virginia, America.2 He died in 1698 in Curles Neck Plantation, Virginia, America. On 1 June 1698 Abraham Childers II's will was inventoried.3

Children of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew

Citations

  1. [S434] William Clayton Torrence, Henrico County, Virginia: Beginnings of Its Families.
  2. [S427] , ABRAHAM CHILDERS WILL
    HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA
    DECEMBER 1698
    Henrico June ye 5 1698
    At a Court held at Varina for the county of Henrico June the first 1698
    by his Majesties Justices of the Peace for the said County in the Year of
    the reign of our Sovereign Lord William the third by and the Grace of God
    of England Scotland ffrance and Ireland King Defender of the Faith______.
    In the name of God amen I ABRAHAM CHILDERS of the County of Henrico James River planter doth this Sixth day of December 1693 make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following viz
    first I bequeath my soul to allmighty God who gave me the Same hoping through the mercy and meditation of my ever Blessed Savior and Redemer Jesus Christ to have full pardon and Remission of all my sins and to have eternall life and perfect joy and felicity with him in his Ever lasting Kingdome; and my body I Bequeath to the Earth from whince it was taken to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter nominated and as for my worldy goods and Estate which it has pleased allmighty God to bestow upon me in this Life I give and bequeath in a manner an forme following.
    ITEM I give and Bequueath unto my Son ABRAHAM CHILDERS one shilling.
    ITEM I give and Bequeath unto my Son HENRY CHILDERS one feather bed and furniture thereunto belonging and one frying pan and one Iron pott and one gun.
    ITEM I give and bequeath to my dear and loving wife ANNE all my goods and chattells whatsoever which I now have and may have together with all horses mares cattle and hoggs.
    ITEM I give and bequeath also to my wife ANNE one half of my land where I now live together with all houses buildings orchards and clear grounds thereuto belonging lying on the East side of the first Branch between one and four mile Creek during her natural life and after her decease my will is that my Son PHILEMON CHILDERS enjoy the same of his Children and their Childrens Children forever, as they shall be of Minority of years or priority of Birth and in case my Son PHILEMON should dye without issue my wish is that my Son JOHN Enjoy the Same in like manner as afore said.
    ITEM I give and bequeath unto my son HENRY CHILDERS the other half of my land which lyeth on the West side of the first Branch between me and four mile Creek with the orchard and cleared ground now upon it where he cometh to the age one and twenty years old. Then to have and to hold the same to him and hi Children and their Childrens Children for ever and in case of my Son HENRY dies without issue my will is that my Son ROBERT CHILDERS enjoy the Same in like manner as my Son HENRY was to doe. I do make ordaine and Constitute my loving wife ANN to be my whole & sole Executerix for the performing of this my last will and testament which I publish and declare to be my last; utterly Revoking all former will & testaments Whatsoever Either written or verball as
    Witnessed my hand and seal the day and year first above written.
    ( sealed with )
    Sealed Signed & ABAHAM CHILDERS (black tar )
    published in the presence of us (& pitch )
    signed Henrico County June the 1st 1698
    RICHARD R F FRANKLIN proved in open court by the oath
    sign of ABBIGAIL WAIKEFIELD one of the
    ABIGAIL T WAKEFIELD suscribed wittness.
    EDWIN NEWCOMBRY Test JAMES COCKE Cl Cur

    Henco County August 1st 1698
    This will was farther proved by
    the oath of RICHARD FFRANKLIN
    another of the Subscribed witnesses
    Test JAMES COCKE Cl Cur
    probated All the probates and administration was returned to our Secretary's office in Aprill Generale Court Anno Domini 1698 was Entered in page 96.
    Test JAMES COCKE C Cur.
  3. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Sarah Stephenson

b. 6 February 1655
     Sarah Stephenson was born on 6 February 1655 in Boston, Bristol, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of John Stephenson and Sarah (?)

Citations

  1. [S179] Boston births, baptisms, marriages, deaths 1630-99, Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah,,.

Lazarus Miller

b. 23 September 1655, d. 4 August 1697
     Lazarus Miller was born on 23 September 1655 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. He was the son of Obadiah Miller and Joanna (?) On Saturday, 1 December 1685 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Lazarus Miller married Mary Burbank. Judge Pynchon's Marriage Record. Lazarus Miller died on 4 August 1697 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 41.

Jonathan Rogers

b. 31 December 1655, d. 1697
     Jonathan Rogers was born on 31 December 1655 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland. Jonathan Rogers was baptized on 7 January 1656 in Milford, Connecticut, America.1 On Wednesday, 2 March 1678 in Stratford, in Fairfield, Connecticut, America, Jonathan Rogers married Naomi Burdick, daughter of Robert Burdick and Ruth Hubbard.1 Jonathan Rogers was an heir in the will of James Rogers on 11 September 1683 in New London, Connecticut, America.1 Jonathan Rogers died in 1697. Drowned accidentally while attempting to shoot and retrieve a seal.1 He's will was inventoried in November 1697 in New London, New London, Connecticut, America.1

Child of Jonathan Rogers and Naomi Burdick

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.

Joseph Elmer

b. 1656
     Joseph Elmer was born in 1656 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, America. He was the son of Edward Elmer and Mary (?)

Sarah Ruth Burt

b. 4 July 1656, d. 8 November 1746
     Sarah Ruth Burt was born on 4 July 1656 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of Deacon Jonathan Burt and Elizabeth Lobdell. On Monday, 22 April 1675 in Deerfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Sarah Ruth Burt married Benjamin Dorchester, age 23, son of Anthony Dorchester and Martha Chapman.2 Her married name was Sarah Ruth Dorchester (Burt). On Friday, 14 February 1676 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Sarah Ruth Burt married Luke Hitchcock.3 Her married name was Sarah Ruth Hitchcock (Burt). Sarah Ruth Burt died on 8 November 1746 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 90.

Child of Sarah Ruth Burt and Benjamin Dorchester

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.
  2. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
  3. [S330] Julia Harrison Lobdell, Lobdell Family.

John Richards

b. 1657
     John Richards was born in 1657 in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of Obadiah Richards. John Richards was baptized on 1 March 1669 in Farmington, Connecticut, America age 12.2 He was an heir in the will of Obadiah Richards on 17 May 1701 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.
  2. [S324] Church Records of Farmington in Connecticut.

Ruth Drake1

b. 6 December 1657
     Ruth Drake was born on 6 December 1657 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.2 She was the daughter of John Drake and Hannah Moore. In June 1676 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Ruth Drake married Samuel Barber, age 27, son of Thomas Barber and Jane (?). Her married name was Ruth Barber (Drake). Ruth Drake was an heir in the will of John Drake on 12 September 1689 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.3

Children of Ruth Drake and Samuel Barber

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.
  2. [S705] Hartford, Windsor and Fairfield CT: Vital Records, 1631-1691.
  3. [S332] Frank B. Gay, The descendants of John Drake of Windsor, Connecticut.

Naomi Burdick

b. circa 1658, d. 3 February 1715
     Naomi Burdick was born circa 1658 in Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, America. She was the daughter of Robert Burdick and Ruth Hubbard. On Wednesday, 2 March 1678 in Stratford, in Fairfield, Connecticut, America, Naomi Burdick married Jonathan Rogers, age 22, son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland.1 Her married name was Naomi Rogers (Burdick). In 1698 in Stratford, in Fairfield, Connecticut, America, Naomi Burdick married John Keeney, son of William Keeney and Agnes Duckett.1 Her married name was Naomi Keeney (Burdick). Naomi Burdick died on 3 February 1715 in New London, Connecticut, America.

Child of Naomi Burdick and Jonathan Rogers

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.

Obadiah Miller Jr

b. 26 January 1658
     Obadiah Miller Jr was born on 26 January 1658 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Obadiah Miller and Joanna (?) Obadiah Miller Jr and Obadiah Miller Oath of Allegiance to the British Crown on 31 December 1678 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.2 On Monday, 14 June 1683 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Obadiah Miller Jr married Benedicta Lawton. Judge Pynchon's Marriage Record, 1685 -1711.3 In 1703 Obadiah Miller Jr lived in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, America; an original settler of the area near Springfield known as Longmeadow. On Tuesday, 18 March 1720/21 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Obadiah Miller Jr married Dorothy Root. Date is date when intentions were published.3

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.
  2. [S315] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Settlers of West Springfield, Massachusetts.
  3. [S319] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Cogans English and American.

Mary Denslow

b. 10 March 1658, d. 20 August 1688
     Mary Denslow was born on 10 March 1658 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America. She was the daughter of John Denslow and Mary Egglestone. On Monday, 8 June 1682 in First Congregational Church in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Mary Denslow married James Stevenson, age 28, son of John Stephenson and Sarah (?).1 Her married name was Mary Stevenson (Denslow). Mary Denslow died on 20 August 1688 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 30.1

Child of Mary Denslow and James Stevenson

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Elizabeth Rogers

b. 15 April 1658
     Elizabeth Rogers was born on 15 April 1658 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland. On Sunday, 9 February 1681 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Elizabeth Rogers married Samuel Beebe, son of Samuel Beebe and Mary Keeney.2 Her married name was Elizabeth Beebe (Rogers). Elizabeth Rogers was an heir in the will of James Rogers on 11 September 1683 in New London, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.
  2. [S333] Louise Beebe Wilder, Lucius Beebe of Wakefield and Sylenda Morris Beebe, his wife : their forbears and descendants.

John Burt1

b. 23 June 1658
     John Burt was born on 23 June 1658 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Deacon Jonathan Burt and Elizabeth Lobdell.1

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Mary Elmer

b. 2 September 1658
     Mary Elmer was born on 2 September 1658 in Northampton, Hampshire, Connecticut, America. She was the daughter of Edward Elmer and Mary (?) Mary Elmer was an heir in the will of Edward Elmer on 6 June 1676 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.

James Landrum

b. 1659, d. 1739
     James Landrum was born in 1659 in Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was the son of Thomas Landrum. James Landrum immigrated in 1668 from Emigrated 1688 Rappahanock River port--VA. William Browne was granted a deed on 1 August 1696 in Essex, Virginia, America. On Friday, 10 August 1696 in Essex, Virginia, America, James Landrum married Mary Browne, daughter of William Browne and Elizabeth Paige.1 James Landrum and Mary Browne had 12 children. James Landrum James and John Landrum are listed in the Rent List of Virginia in 1704 in 1704 in Essex, Virginia, USA. He and John Willard recorded a deed in 1714 in Essex, Virginia, America. In 1714, James Landrum purchased from John Willard and John Williams, 15 acres on branches of Blackburns (or Lucas) Creek adjoining Vauters Church, adjacent to land already owned by Landrum, a witness to the deed being Samuel Landrum. Landrum Creek lies between Brookes Bank plantation and present Wheatland new Loretto in Essex County and appears on early plat maps. James Landrum made a will on 11 April 1738 in St. Anne's Parish, Virginia, America. He died in 1739 in St. Anne's Parish, Virginia, America.

Children of James Landrum and Mary Browne

Citations

  1. [S894] Virginia Marriages, 1655-1900 Essex County, Essex County, Virginia Marriages, 1655-1900.

John Merriman

b. 28 February 1659, d. 1741
     John Merriman was born on 28 February 1659 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, America. On Sunday, 28 March 1683 in Wallingford, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, John Merriman married Hannah Lines, age 17.1 On Monday, 20 November 1690 in Wallingford, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, John Merriman married Elizabeth Peck.1 John Merriman died in 1741 in Wallingford, Connecticut, America.

Child of John Merriman and Hannah Lines

Citations

  1. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.