Payton Ayles and Susan Carmichael
Husband Payton Ayles
Born: 23 May 1807 - , , Washington, OH 14 Christened: Died: 1839 - , Leesburg, Fountaine ?, IN Buried:
Father: David Ayles (1760-1849) 5,13 Mother: Susan Burrage (Est 1760-1848) 14
Noted events in his life were:
• Death 2 14, 1848 - , Leesburg, Kosciusko, IN
Death date of 1848, Leesburg, Indiana from Carol Posey
Wife Susan Carmichael
AKA: Ayles Born: Est 1801 Christened: Died: Buried:
General Notes (Husband)
>Name note: married Susan Carmichael; John H. Ramey
Christian Kitts and Elizabeth (Bessie) Baker
Husband Christian Kitts 2,3,4
Born: Abt 1760 - , Conemaugh Twp, Indiana, PA Christened: Died: Abt 1788 - , , Washington, PA Buried:
Father: Johann Andreas Kitts (1734-1812) 2,3,4 Mother: Elizabeth (1735- ) 2
Marriage: Abt 1776 - , , , Pennsylvania
Wife Elizabeth (Bessie) Baker 2
Born: Abt 1760 - , , Of Washington, PA Christened: Died: After 1780 Cause of Death: !Death:killed by Indians Buried:
1 M Andrew Kitts\Goetz 2,3,4,5
Born: Abt 1771 - , , , Ohio Christened: Died: 22 Jul 1854 - , , Washington, OH Buried: - Rake Cemetery, Lawrence Twp, Washington, OHSpouse: Catherine Hupp (1784-1851) 2,4,5 Marr: 13 Sep 1799 - , Jefferson, Northwest Territory, OH
2 M Nicholas Kitts 2,3,4
Born: Abt 1778 - , , , Pennsylvania Christened: Died: Abt 1848 Buried:Spouse: Rebecca Yoho (Abt 1780-1864) 2 Marr: 9 Oct 1802 - , , Belmont, OH
3 F Mary Elizabeth Kitts 2,3,4
Born: 1778 - , , Washington, PA Christened: Died: 13 Mar 1855 - , , Monroe, OH Buried: - Pioneer Cemetery, Woodsfield, Monroe, OH
4 M Christian Kitts Jr. 2,3,4
Born: 15 Jun 1779 - , , Washington, PA Christened: Died: 21 Oct 1855 - , , Marshall, VA Buried: - Graysville Church Cemetery, , Marshal, West VirginiaSpouse: Mary Yoho (1778- ) 2 Marr: 6 Jul 1803 - , St. Clairsville, , OH
General Notes (Husband)
!WILL:proved 1 Apr 1789:administrators to the will were:George & Valentine
!Christian served as a ranger in the Rev. War--Pennslyvania Archives-Series
General Notes for Child Andrew Kitts\Goetz
>Name note: Wife in tax records 1851, then erased
Alt Birth: 1780 , Washington Co., Pennsylvania
Kitts Database Info
!WILL:KITTS,CHRISTIAN;1789;Washington Co.,Pennsylvania;page 98;Bk 1,of wills on film at Family History Libray,Salt Lake City; ;.
General Notes for Child Nicholas Kitts
!Resided after 1800 in Marshall Co.,West Virginia
General Notes for Child Christian Kitts Jr.
!Resided after 1800 in Marshall Co.,West Virginia
!Information from Larry Kitts from a gedcom file.
Robert Fitzhugh and Margaret Bell
Husband Robert Fitzhugh 16
Born: 1743 - , , , Virginia Christened: Died: Between 1800 and 1810 - , , Logan, KY Buried:Marriage:
Wife Margaret Bell 12
Born: Cir 1743 Christened: Died: Buried:
1 F Hannah Fitzhugh 12
AKA: Potter Born: 20 Aug 1758 - , , , Kentucky Christened: Died: 16 Feb 1831 - , , Cooper, MO Buried: - Farm, , Cooper, MOSpouse: George Potter (Abt 1755-1826) Marr: 6 Jun 1782 - , , Rockingham, VA 12,17
General Notes for Child Hannah Fitzhugh
From Charlene - I haven't got her last name -
Generation No. 6
34. Robert Fitzhugh, born 1743 in VA; died Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Logan Co., KY27. He was the son of 68. Col William Fitzhugh and 69. Ursula Beverley. He married 35. Margaret Bell Abt. 175727.
35. Margaret Bell, born Abt. 1740.
Notes for Robert Fitzhugh:
Robert Fitzhugh sold 155 acres to John Bales for 160 pounds VA currency on 26 Sep 1797 in Bedford, VA. He died between 1800 and 1810 in Logan, KY.
His father's will disowned him saying something to the effect that if Robert should return to the State he was to receive only 1 shilling because his father had provided him with a good living, and Robert had run off to the "late war".
The following is from a 1955 letter from Mary Trowbridge Elkins (a descendant of Solomon Fitzhugh):
"The first records we have of Robert was when he went to Bedford Co., Virginia on a small farm and his son Peter was born in Bedford Co., VA in 1760. They paid taxes there from 1782-1797 and the record of Peter's, Robert , Jr., Hannah's marriages are there in Bedford Co. all before 1797. I saw a copy of the marriage records. The record shows also that they sold all this land they owned in Bedford Co. Sept. 26, 1797 about 155 acres. Some of the family were in the revolution, but so far no one has taken the trouble to prove it. Until now the family had not been traced. One relative got in to the D.A.R. on the strength of Robert Jr., but she traced the family wrong and we are to prove that now.
In the tax lists of 1799 the first Robert, Peter and Robert Jr. are given as living in Logan Co. KY. After that only the names of Peter and Robert Jr. show on the tax lists. Walter Lane did this research. Robert Sr. must have died or gone back to Va. We know nothing more of him."
1787 Bedford Co. p. 194, Per. Prop. Tax List A: Robert, Sr. (1 horse, mare, colt, or mule and 3 cattle) not tithable. (Reasons for being exempt included: being a woman; being old and infirm---in which case one should be able to find in the county Order Books a law making him exempt; and an occupation of clergyman or professor. Certain political jobs--from constable---at county level--to governor---at the state level--made one exempt. White males between sixteen and twenty-one were subject to a county parish tithe, but not to the state poll tax. Indians were exempt. Persons living out of the county may be listed because they owned property in the county, but they themselves were exempt except in the county in which they resided. Sometimes the tax commissioner notes the county or state in which out-of-county taxpayers lived.)
p. 211 Taxpayers By Date Commissioner Received Their Lists. (The commissioner was required to note the day he visited each taxpayer. This makes it possible to rearrange the lists and determine probable neighbors.) Robert, Sr.--4/4----also Peter, Robert, Jr., and George Potter who married Robert, Sr.'s daughter, Hannah.
Cousin Jan Wolford of TX visited Logan Co., KY cemeteries in Sept. 1996 to locate Robert's grave--did not find it but found that of Robert's son, Robert in Terry Burying Ground.
(This line continues down through Solomon Fitzhugh.)
According to Walter Guy Lane, first mention of Robert Fitzhugh is in the Bedford Country, Virginia, Deed Book, No.2 on page 198, dated May 24, 1763, when Richard Stith of Bedford on behalf of the executors of Richard Randolph deeded to Robert Fitzhugh of the same county 105 acres in Bedford County o the south side of Jones Fort of Otter River adjoining Yoatem, being part of the land conveyed by the executors of Richard Randolph, deceased, to the said Richard Stith by power of attorney, Nov. 7, 1761 and recorded in the General Court. Recorded, Bedford, May 23, 1763.
(I have found that WGL was mistaken about this. The John F who m. E. Harrison was born in 1729/30 and not the brother of Robert.)
As Bedford County was cut from Lunenberg County in 1754, it is possible that Robert Sr. was previously a resident of Lunenberg County. His marriage license record to Margaret _________has not yet been found. However, the marriage license of John Fitzhugh, an unrecorded son of Major John, was found in Lunenberg records. On Jan. 31, 1760, he was married to Elizabeth Harrison. So it is possible that some members of this branch of the family were identified with this county before it was divided.
(From WGL's manuscript _Fitzhugh, Dawson, and Logsdon Family Lineages: Fitzhugh Narrative_
WGL reported that "a recent search on Robert Jr.,'s burial lot has unearthed two stones with the initials R and M on them, which undoubedly indicates Robert Sr., and his wife, Margaret." This must have been in the 1940s or 1950s.
Children of Robert Fitzhugh and Margaret Bell are:
17 i. Hannah Fitzhugh, born 20 August 1758 in Bedford Co., VA; died 16 February 1831 in Cooper Co., MO; married George Potter 11 June 1782 in Bedford Co., VA.
ii. Peter Fitzhugh, born 28 May 1760 in Bedford Co. VA28; died 08 February 1828 in Logan County, KY28; married Nancy Dawson 27 June 1785 in Bedford Co. VA29; born Abt. 1762 in Bedford Co., VA; died Aft. 1831 in Independence, MO.
Notes for Peter Fitzhugh:
Peter (son of Robert Fitzhugh) was a participant in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse on 15 Mar 1781 in Guilford, NC. Received a land grant of 78 3/4 acres, which was surveyed 15 Aug 1799. The watercourse was listed as Little Whippoorwill and Big Spring Creek in Logan, KY. He appeared on the census of 1810 in Logan, KY. His headstone is inscribed "In memory of Peter Fitzhugh, who was born May 8th 1760, dec'd February (sic) 8th 1828". The plot next to him has no stone. Buried at Red River Meeting House Cemetery located 1 mile west of Schochoh, KY. His will was probated 3 Mar 1828 in Logan County, KY, with his estate left to wife, Nancy Fitzhugh, and children: George, John, Mary Marty, Gabriel, Sollaman (sic). Executor: Gabriel Fitzhugh. (This info from Sam Fitzhugh) (From Charleen: I have a photo of his headstone which Sam Fitzhugh took. Not all Peter's children were mentioned in his will.)
1787 Census: Bedford Co. Person Property Tax List A: Lists Peter.
Peter Fitzhugh was a native of VA, moved to Logan Co., KY, where he was afterwards engaged in general farming until his death. He served as a soldier in the war of 1812, enlisting with two of his brothers, both of whom were killed on the field of battle. (_Portrait and Biographical Record of Western OR_1904 p. 364 in a section about his grandson, Joseph S. Fitzhugh, son of Robert Fitzhugh of IL)
p. 24 of _Marriage Bonds of Bedford Co., VA 1755-1800_: PETER FITZHUGH and NANCY DAWSON, June 27, 1785. Robert Fitzhugh, surety. Consent of John Dawson, father of Nancy.
According to Walter Guy Lane, it is significant that Peter began selling his land in Bedford Co. in 1797. Perhaps the fact that people were migrating westward to what is now Kentucky, but which before 1792 was considered a part of Virginia, prompted the Fitzhughs to plan on moving to a new frontier. In January 1797, Peter and his wife, Nancy, sold to Bartlett Gaskins for 25 Pounds, 100 acres of Stony Fork of Otter River in Bedford Co being part of a survey of 248 acres granted to Peter by patent Aug. 20, 1794. On August 28, 1797 Peter deeded to John Boise for 40 pounds a tract of 140 acres in Bedford Co. near the Peaks of Otter adjoining Bartlett Gaskins.
Then on Sept. 26, 1797 Robert Fitzhugh, Sr., and wife, Margaret, Peter Fitzhugh and wife, Nancy, Robert Fitzhugh, Jr. and wife, Anne, sold to John Boles for 60 pounds all these tracts of land at present in the possession of the said Fitzhughs, lying in Bedford County on the branches of Stony Creek and bounded by the lands of Robert Boles, Robert Rosebrook, Abraham Carnes, and the Heirs of Thomas Wood, deceased, containing about 155 acres. (Note: John Dawson's wife was Susan Wood, Daughter of John Wood.)
According to WGL: Peter's will is as follows: To wife, Nancy, ample support out of estate during her life. To son George improvements he made and one half of my claim in land containing 78 acres. To son John the remaining half of said claim including his improvements. To daughter Mary (Polly) Moultry 40 acres to pass through my farm parallel with the row of trees and on the upper end of my farm. To Gabriel and Solomon balance of land, including house where I live, containing about 80 acres. To wife Nancy all my personal goods.
iii. Robert Fitzhugh, born August 1762 in Bedford Co., VA30; died September 1818 in KY30; married Anne Edgar 28 June 1783 in Bedford Co., VA31
Notes for Robert Fitzhugh:
1787 Bedford Co., Per. Prop. Tax List A: Lists Robert, Jr.
DAR PATRIOT INDEX--CENTENNIAL EDITION:
Fitzhugh: Robert: b. 8- -1762 VA d. 9- -1818 KY m. Mary Edgar Lt VA
p.22 of _Marriage Bonds of Bedford Co., Virginia 1755-1800_: ROBERT FITZHUGH and ANNE EDGAR, June 28, 1783. Joseph Parrish, surety. Consent of John Edgar, father of Anne.
Robert is buried in Terry Cemetery of Beechland Rd, Hwy 1553 near Coon Range
Lake in Logan Co., KY (see Augie's file folder)
Notes for Anne Edgar:
DAR PATRIOT INDEX - CENTENNIAL EDITION 1990 lists her name as Mary Edgar
iv. Son Fitzhugh, born 1764.
v. Polly Fitzhugh, born 176932; died 181933
Notes for Polly Fitzhugh:
Polly's tombstone states that she was born in 1779 instead of 1769 which seems
to be the correct date. She is buried in Terry Cemetery, Logan Co., KY (see
Augie's file folder).
Generation No. 7
68. Col William Fitzhugh, born 13 April 1725 in Marmion, Stafford Co., VA34; died May 1791 in King George Co, VA35. He was the son of 136. John "Marmion" Fitzhugh and 137. Anne Barbara McCarty. He married 69. Ursula Beverley Abt. 1741.
69. Ursula Beverley, born Abt. 1729 in "Blandfield", Essex, VA; died Aft. 1766. She was the daughter of 138. William Beverley and 139. Elizabeth Bland.
Notes for Col William Fitzhugh:
William (son of John "Marmion" Fitzhugh) rose to become a member of the VA House of Burgesses, like his father and grandfather, and was there privileged to witness one of the most far reaching events to occur in the New World. It was in 1765 when Patrick Henry, a firey orator, revolutionary, (and also a direct ancestor of ours through the marriage of his granddaughter to Philip Fitzhugh, William's grandson, offered his Resolution against the Stamp Act. The following year, 1766, William had the pleasure of a visit at Marmion from Thomas Jefferson. (Hist. of the F. Family)
1787 Census: King George Co. listed William and sons Daniel, Phil, Theodoric, Beverly
Col William Fitzhugh built the present mansion at the Marmion Estate. (I think that this is wrong and that it was build about the time of William's birth by his father Major John Fitzhugh.) The living room of this house is now in the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
According to the DAR PATRIOT INDEX, 1990, William Fitzhugh had Patriotic Service during the Rev.
There is recorded in King George a deed dated May 31, 1786, from William Fitzhugh, of Marmion, and Hannah his wife. Also a deed dated March 6, 1780, from William Fitzhugh, of King George County, conveying to his son Daniel Fitzhugh, 1,200 acres "where Rappahannock Quarter now stands," purchase by John Fitzhugh, father of said William from John Lisle, merchant, of London, by deed dated October 26, 1725, and recorded in Lancaster Co., July 13, 1726. He was probably the William Fitzhugh, Jr., who was major in the Stafford militia in 1752 (Cal. Va. State Papers). It is possible that he, instead of William Fitzhugh, afterwards of Maryland (who, as appears from a deed, lived in Cople parish, Westmoreland, in 1744), was burgess for Stafford 1748 and 1751. His will was dated March 13, 1789, and proved in King George June 2, 1791. Legatees: to wife her clothes, all her jewels, her gold watch, such furniture, plate and books as she should choose, the coach and horses, eight slaves, and, during her widowhood, the Marmion plantation mansion, with houses, gardens, orchards, a supply of groceries, &c., and also 60 pounds per annum. He states that he had provided for his sons, Daniel (McCarty) and Theoderick. Gives son John the negroes he had lent him. To son Philip the remainder of the estate not otherwise bequeathed. If son Robert should return to the State he is to have one shilling, "because at the commencement of the late war he quitted the business I had allotted for his living, since which I have heard nothing from him.' Son William Beverley Fitzhugh, two negroes. Daughter Lucy Campbell 600 pounds, Daughter Elizabeth 500 pounds if she marries, if not 25 pounds per year. Same provision for daughter Anna. Bequests to daughters Sall, Molly and Maria, and daughter Finch. William Hooe, of "Pine Hill,' and "my son-in-law" Alexander Campbell, executors. (Virginia Historical Magazine)
William Fitzhugh, son of John and Anna Barbara Fitzhugh, was baptized on May 14, 1725. God Fathers: Colonel John Tayloe and Daniel McCarty. God Mothers: Madam Sarah McCarty and Winwood (sic) McCarty.
Westmoreland Co., VA. Book V. p. 510 show that "John Fitzhugh of Stafford Country, Gent." married Anna Barbara, the eldest daughter of Daniel McCarty, Gent., of Westmoreland county before or about Dec. 5, 1715. (_St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p. 75, note 18)
In 1797 Marmion was purchased by Major George Lewis (1757-1821), nephew of George Washington, and is now in possession of his descendant Mrs. Robert Carter Nicholas Grymes (nee Lucy Lewis)---
this info is dated 1961. Doctor Robert Wellford (1753-1823), physician of Fredericksburg, was several days at Marmion attending Catherine (Daingerfield) Lewis (1764-1820), wife of Major George Lewis, in her last illness. As Doctor Wellford sat by the fire in the little parlour at Marmion on a cold day in February 1820 he wrote in his diary, reflecting upon former days:
"At the particular desire of Mrs. Lewis I remained the whole day in the house and slept on the subsequent night once more and for the last time in the little parlour in which room in time past I have witnessed such sociality and more merriment that in any other room in the whole course of my life. ....
Mr. William Fitzhugh, the hospitable owner of the mansion (Marmion) and the estate surrounding same, his sons, his brother Daniel, and his son William; the Rev. Thomas Thornton; that truly respectable Gentleman, the late William Fitzhugh (of Chatham); Mr. Grymes of the Wilderness and his namesake of Eagle's Nest; Mr. Robert Allison; Mr. John McCoy (with the musicians, Victor, Olliver, &c. in the subordinate range of assembly) formed a group not often collected together in the Northern Neck of Virginia. But they are all gone and 'the place that hath known them shall know them no more.' The worthy proprietors of this most hospitable mansion are also removed from the cares of this world and are (I sincerely hope) at rest in Heaven although the place of their interment in the Graveyard of the Old Orchard cannot (from the changes that have occurred) be easily found by their former friends and acquaintances." (The Register of Overwharton Parish compiled by King, p. 227.)
(This line continues down through Solomon.)
Notes for Ursula Beverley:
Ursula Beverley was the daughter of Col William Beverley and Elizabeth Bland of "Blandfield", another VA plantation. 61 of his ancestors and 7 of hers are know to us. (Hist of F Family)
_St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p. 75, note 20:
The will of William Beverley of "Blandfield," Essex County, probated 3 May, 1756, mentioned his daughter, Ursula Fitzhugh.
Children of William Fitzhugh and Ursula Beverley are:
i. John Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1742 in King George Co., VA36; died Abt. 1796 in Caroline Co., VA37; married Lucy Redd Abt. 1781 in Hanover Co., VA38; born Abt. 1749 in of Caroline Co., VA39; died Aft. 1796 in Amherst Co., VA39.
Notes for John Fitzhugh:
John was a soldier of the Rev. War. (Pioneer Families of MO by Wm. S. Bryan and Robert Rose, 1876) Practiced law.
More About John Fitzhugh:
Military service: Member of Caroline Co., VA militia in Rev. War
34 ii. Robert Fitzhugh, born 1743 in VA; died Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Logan Co., KY; married Margaret Bell Abt. 1757.
iii. Elizabeth Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1745.
iv. William Beverley Fitzhugh, born 27 March 1756 in Marmion, Stafford, VA40
v. Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh, born 15 March 1758 in Marmion, Stafford, VA40; died 01 December 1796 in Spring Hill, Wicomico Co., MD41; married Ann Henderson 01 December 1796 in Spring Hill, Wicomico Co. MD42; born 29 November 1776 in Spring Hill, Wicomico Co., MD42; died 1802.
Notes for Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh:
Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh leased "Langley" from Henry Lee in 1805. (card cat. at VA Hist. Soc)
vi. Theodorick Fitzhugh, born 02 July 176043; died October 1800 in Caroline Co., VA44,44
vii. Philip Fitzhugh, born 04 May 1766 in Marmion, Stafford, VA45; died 180746; married Charlotte Thornton 08 March 1788 in Northumberland Co., VA47; died 1813.
Notes for Philip Fitzhugh:
Philip leased "Langley" from Henry Lee in 1805.
VA Historical Mag.: From a record in King George it appears that in 1797, "Marmion" was surveyed at the request of Philip Fitzhugh. It contained 1,821 acres, and the "Rappahannock Tract," adjoining, contained 792 acres. Both had belonged to William Fitzhugh, father of Philip. About 1800, is a deed in King George from Philip Fitzhugh and Charlotte, his wife, and Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh, and Ann, his wife, conveying the "Rappahannock Tract" to Hooe and Wallace. There is also in King George a deed dated June 9, 1804, from Philip Fitzhugh of Fairfax County, conveying land in King George to Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh, of Fairfax. Daniel Fitzhugh (no doubt the same) and Susanna Potter were married in King George, October 24, 1772. In a case in one of the Virginia reports, it is stated that Philip Fitzhugh, son of William Fitzhugh, of Marmion, inherited a very large real and personal estate; but died in 1807, utterly insolvent..
Generation No. 8
136. John "Marmion" Fitzhugh, born Abt. 169248; died 21 January 1732/33 in Stafford Co., VA49. He was the son of 272. William (the Immigrant) Fitzhugh and 273. Sarah Tucker. He married 137. Anne Barbara McCarty 05 December 1715 in Westmoreland Co., VA50.
137. Anne Barbara McCarty, born 1700 in Westmoreland Co., VA51; died 12 December 1737 in Stafford Co., VA52. She was the daughter of 274. Captain Daniel McCarty and 275. Elizabeth Pope.
Notes for John "Marmion" Fitzhugh:
John Fitzhugh (son of Wm the Immigrant) owned the Marmion Estate. Ann Barbara McCarty was the daughter of Dennis McCarty. John Fitzhugh was known as Major John. In Feb. 1727, his name appears among many others as a Trustee in the founding of the Town of Falmouth, undoubtedly a commercial venture. There is also a letter written by one Anne Jones on June 27, 1732, in which she refers to Major John Fitzhugh's copper mine in VA. (Hist. of the Fitzhugh Family)
Marmion, probably built by John Fitzhugh early in 18th century and later named for Scott's poem. About 1785 it passed from Philip Fitzhugh to George Washington's favorite nephew, who died there. The place has come down in the Lewis family in direct line from him. The richly decorated interior is one of the best in Virginia. Location--King George County, 2.3 mi. west of King George (east of Fredericksburg)
(Source: _A Guidebook to Virginia's Historical Markers_ compiled by John S. Salmon. University Press of Virginia.)
Marmion still stands but is not open to the public.
Solomon Fitzhugh (1804-1884) who came to OR in 1849 is from this line.
Notes for Anne Barbara McCarty:
Excerpt from Bill McCarty's unfinished book ms., _The McCartys of the Northern Neck_:
Anna Barbara McCarty (1700-?) was the eldest (proven by the inscription that was on the McCarty tomb in Old Yeomocico church listing the children). She was born ca. 1700 (Capt. Daniel was m. 19 Oct 1699) and m. Major John Fitzhugh of MARMION in StafCo by 5 Dec 1715 (MRC:246*), (VMHB, VII: 317-19*). It appears that Anna Barbara was only 15 at the time of her marriage. We know that Capt. Daniel McCarty was pleased by this marriage because on 5 Dec 1715, he made a deed of trust of 9 negro slaves (six females with "one large girl" and three males) for the newlywed couple (WCo DB 5:510-13*). Another reason for his pleasure might have been that he was married to the widow (Ann Lee Fitzhugh of John's eldest brother (Wm Fitzhugh). Thus John Fitzhugh was both son-in-law and brother-in-law to Capt. D. McCarty. Even more indicative of his regard for John Fitzhugh, Capt. D. McCarty made him executor of his will and John Fitzhugh was to "take the tree youngest children" to raise. Perhaps Capt. D. McCarty remembered his own childhood when he had non-related guardians. By Maj. John Fitzhugh, Anna Barbara had seven children. In SPVF, this is described as the MARMION branch of the Fitzhughs.
1. Barbara Fitzhugh m. 6 Feb 1739 to Rev. William McKay
2. Elizabeth Fitzhugh
3. William Fitzhugh III who m. Ursula Beverley. Their son was also named Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh III. m. 2) Hannah?
4. Sarah Fitzhugh b. 30 April 1727, m. on 2 Apr 1747 to Francis Thornton.
5. Anna Fitzhugh
6. John Fitzhugh who m. Alice Thornton. Their tenth son was Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh III. (b. 9 May 1763; d. 2 May 1823. d.s.p.). Apparently, John m. 2) Elizabeth Harrison on 31 Jan 1760 at St. Paul's (MSVR:30).
7 Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh b. 28 June 1733, d. 1786. He m. 1) Elizabeth?, 2) Susanna Porter on 24 Oct 1772, and 3) Catherine ? (SPFV:565-566). (Note: there are three persons with the name of Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh between 1760 and 1786).
Children of John Fitzhugh and Anne McCarty are:
i. Anne Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1718 in VA; married William Allison 21 November 1740 in King George Co., VA53
ii. Barbara Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1720 in "Bedford", Stafford Co., VA54; married Rev. William McKay 06 February 1738/39 in Stafford Co., VA55; born in Hanover Parish, Prince George, Co., VA56.
Notes for Rev. William McKay:
Rev. William McKay was the Rector of Hanover Perish, King George, VA.
68 iii. Col William Fitzhugh, born 13 April 1725 in Marmion, Stafford Co., VA; died May 1791 in King George Co, VA; married (1) Ursula Beverley Abt. 1741; married (2) Hannah Unknown Abt. 1767.
iv. Sarah Fitzhugh, born 30 May 172757; died 178458; married Francis Thornton 02 April 1747 in Stafford Co., VA59; born 20 July 1725 in Stafford Co., VA60; died 1784 in "Society Hill", King George Co., VA61.
Notes for Francis Thornton:
Francis was of "Society Hill", King George Co., VA, and was referred to as Co. Francis Thornton. He was Justice of Peace and Col. of Militia in that County.
v. Elizabeth Fitzhugh, born 1728 in "Bedford", Stafford Co., VA62
vi. Major John Fitzhugh, born 04 January 1729/30 in Stafford Co., VA63; died 10 October 179264; married (1) Alice Catlett Thornton Abt. 1745; born 21 August 1729 in Crowes, King George Co., VA65; died 05 March 1790 in "Belle Air," Stafford Co., VA66; married (2) Elizabeth Harrison 31 January 1760 in St Paul's Parish, King George Co., VA67; born 173768.
vii. Rosamond Fitzhugh, born Bef. 1733.
viii. Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh, born 27 June 1733 in "Bedford", Stafford Co., VA69; died 178670; married (1) Catherine Unknown Bef. 1770; married (2) Alice Riden 1771 in Stafford Co., VA70; married (3) Susannah Potter 24 October 1772 in Stafford Co., VA71
Notes for Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh:
William A. Crozier, ed., _Westmoreland County Wills_ (Virginia County Record Publications, n.s. 1, 1913), p. 80, citing Will Book 16:
"Fitzhugh, Daniel 17 sept. 1777; 28 Mar 1786
To be buried in brother William's burying yard; son William negroes which I had by his mother Catherine; daughter Jane negroes which I had with her mother Elcey; daughter Sukey negroes I had with her mother Susanna, also sum due from estate of Philip Grymes which was due my wife Susanna; brother William's children by his wife Hannah; niece Lucy Fitzhugh 1 negro; nieces Ann and Sally daughters of brother William; nephew McCarty Fitzhugh; friend William Fitzhugh of Chatham.
From _The Register of Overwharton Parish Stafford County Virginia 1723-1758_ compiled and edited by George Harrison Sanford King, 1961
Daniel Fitzhugh (1733-1786) married three times and left issue a child by each wife, viz: (1) Catherine, probably nee Hore, who is mentioned as a granddaughter of John Triplett of King George County in a deed there in 1766 - she was the mother of his only son, William Fitzhugh, mentioned by Doctor Wellford; (2) in 1771 to Alice Riden (Riding) and (3) in 1772 to Susanna Potter. By his last will and Testament of record in Westmoreland County, William Fitzhugh (I think the author must mean Daniel) requested that he be buried "in my brother William's burial ground." Daniel Fitzhugh's will was dated September 17, 1777 and recorded March 28, 1786; it indicates his three wives predeceased him. Jane, his daughter by his second wife, married on June 17, 1790 Henry Dade Hooe, and Susanna, his daughter by his third wife, married on May 13, 1790 Rice Wingfield Hooe.
138. William Beverley, born 1696 in "Beverley Manor", Augusta Co., VA72; died 28 February 1756 in "Blandfield", Essex Co., VA73. He was the son of 276. Robert Beverley, Jr. and 277. Ursula Byrd. He married 139. Elizabeth Bland.
139. Elizabeth Bland, born 29 May 1705 in "Jordan's", Prince George Co., VA74. She was the daughter of 278. Richard Bland and 279. Elizabeth Randolph.
Notes for William Beverley:
No record of the dates of the birth and death of Col. William Beverley had been preserved, although it was thought he was born about 1696 and died about 1756. But on April 16, 1929 a gold "mourning ring" was unearthed, while working a road in the town of Urbana, a few miles from "Blandfield", by Mr. J. Walter Hazlewood. On this ring, which is in perfect condition and a beautiful piece of art, is inscribed "The Hon. William Beverley, Ob. Feb. 28, 1756, al 60". It is evidently one of the old time "mourning rings", which it was customary in the 18th and part of the 19th centuries, in Virginia, for persons of position to provide by will, as gifts of remembrance to their children, grandchildren, and closest friends. This ring was purchased from Mr. Hazlewood by the late William Beverly of Winchester, a great great great grandson of Col. William Beverley, and give to his sister Rebecca Duval Beverley who now, 1-'45, has it.
(from _The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 535)
Before 1750 William Beverley (1698-1756), son of Robert Beverley, the historian and grandson of Robert Beverley, the immigrant, build Blandfield, which he named for his wife, Elizabeth Bland. He acquired this large plantation about 1730. Blandfield was stripped of its fine paneling when the parches were added seven years before the War between the States. During the war much of the furniture and all the portraits were taken away by Union soldiers. (p.451---but of what book?
Children of William Beverley and Elizabeth Bland are:
i. John Beverley, died 174375
ii. Elizabeth Beverley, born 15 January 1724/2576; died 03 October 179577; married (1) James Mills 21 August 174377; married (2) Thomas Griffin Peachy 22 September 178377
iii. Anna Beverley, married Col. Robert Munford
69 iv. Ursula Beverley, born Abt. 1729 in "Blandfield", Essex, VA; died Aft. 1766; married Col William Fitzhugh Abt. 1741.
v. Robert Beverley, born 21 August 1740 in "Blandfield", Essex Co., VA78; died 04 December 180079; married Maria Carter 02 March 176379; born 22 November 1745 in "Sabine Hall", Richmond Co., VA79; died 21 August 1817 in Williamsburg, VA80.
Notes for Robert Beverley:
Like the sons of many other wealthy Virginians, Robert Beverly was educated in England. Upon his return to the Colony, unlike other young well-to-do Virginians, he sought no political post, but led a quiet life with his friends and family. The only office he ever held was that of Magistrate. He was once elected to the State Legislature--1780--but did not take his seat. He was so conservative that at the time of the Revolution his feeling was that the Colony should not break away from the mother country. In addition to "Blandfield", he owned the "Elkwood tract" of 13,000 acres in Culpeper Co., which he left to his son Munford, who sold in in 1805 to Daniel Grinnon, who built" Presque Isle", which is still standing (in the 1940s) and owned by the Willis family.
(_The Beverly Family of Virginia_ p. 535)
Generation No. 9
272. William (the Immigrant) Fitzhugh, born 08 January 1650/51 in Bedford , England81,82; died 21 October 1701 in Stafford Co., VA--buried at Eagle's Nest83. He was the son of 544. Henry Fitzhugh and 545. Mary King. He married 273. Sarah Tucker 01 May 1674 in VA83.
273. Sarah Tucker, born 02 August 1663 in Westmoreland Co., VA83; died Aft. 1703 in buried at Eagle's Nest83. She was the daughter of 546. John Tucker and 547. Rosanna Sturman.
Notes for William (the Immigrant) Fitzhugh:
William (the Immigrant) Fitzhugh came to America about 1674 (or 1670 depending on who you believe). He was well educated, a shrewd business man, a lawyer, and was religious. His church was the established church of England. The only thing he regretted about America was the lack of good schools. He wrote: "Good education of children is almost impossible and better be never born than ill bred." He owned 54,000 acres or more of land with four big houses on them. The houses were Eagle's Nest, Bedford, Bellaire, and Boscobel. ( I need to look up the documentation for this.)
William Fitzhugh came to Westmoreland County, a young lawyer whose family may have been descended from the Fitzhughs, barons of Ravensworth. The family coat of arms had been recorded in 1566 and if his view of life was thus somewhat baronial there was nothing in the new world to stand in the way of achieving his ideal. Lord Culpepper before him had laid claim to all of the Northern Neck of Virginia and had proved his claim and Robert Carter after him was to carve an actual Kingdom from the new territory. (We now know that it's the wrong coat of arms and have no proof that he was descended from the barons of Ravensworth.)
William Fitzhugh married Sarah Tucker of Westmoreland and moved to Stafford County where he built Bedford on the Potomac. He practiced law, served in the House of Burgesses and was a Lt. Col. in the Stafford militia. He was also agent for the Fairfaxes who inherited the Northern Neck from Lord Culpeper. It was during this tenure that he confirmed the grant of Ravensworth in what was then upper Stafford County. He had bought the grant from a man named John Matthews in 1685 and had it regranted and finally confirmed by 1694. His was 21,996 acres paralleling the (John) Alexander grant, later Alexandria, and covering the approximate territory from what is now part of Falls Church to Pohink Church and from the present Fairfax Court House almost to Alexandria.
Colonel Fitzhugh was not, as some of the historical novelists would have us believe our forefathers were, unscrupulous, brash, and fascinatingly immoral. The records indicate that he was religions, hones, and a fine lawyer, quoted the Scriptures while pleading a case. He was very sympathetic to French Huguenots who fled France when the Edict of Nantes was revoked by Louis XIV. Unlike the Sun King, he looked upon them as the most desirable of citizens and offered them land to settle.
At his death Colonel Fitzhugh left approximately 50,000 acres of land in Virginia besides property in Maryland and England to his five sons and one daughter. The Ravensworth tract was divided between two sons, Henry and William, Henry receiving 12,585 acres to the north and William a little over 9,000 to the south.
(Source: _Historical Society of Fairfax Co., VA_ vol. 3 1954)
_Stafford County Deed Book_ pp. 267-276
Richard Cary sells to Wm Fitzhugh, the grandfather of Wm Fitzhugh and whereas Wm Fitzhugh did by will Oct 1701 give unto his son George all the land he bought of Mr. Cary.
"June 14, 1682. Minutes of Board of Trade and Plantations. The addresses of the Assembly and the Governor of Virginia, and several speeches of Mr. Fitzhugh were read, showing the people are extremely desirous of a cessation of planting tobacco."
In a letter dated April 22, 1686, William Fitzhugh describes his dwelling house: "Upon this same land is my own dwelling house furnished with all accommodations for a comfortable and gentle living, with rooms in it, four of the best of them hung (with tapestry), nine of them plentifully furnished with all things necessary and convenient, and all houses for use, furnished with brick chimneys, four good cellars, a dairy, dove cote, stable, barn, henhouse, kitchen and all other conveniencys, and all in a manner new, a large orchard of about 2,500 apple trees, most grafted, well fenced with a locust fence, which is a durable as most brick walls, a garden a hundred foot square, well paled in, a yard wherein is most of the aforesaid necessary houses palisaded in more lasting than any of our bricks."
(William Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World, edited by Richard Beale Davis, 1963 by The University of North Carolina Press for The Virginia Historical Society is a book of his letters and Other Documents.
It is out of print. In the fall of 1996 Cousin Elizabeth Butler of Fredericksburg, VA informed me that there were still some copies at the VHS. I called, ordered my copy (they still had "a couple of dozen" copies), and then e-mailed all my Fitzhugh contacts. In 1 1/2 weeks all the copies were gone.....for the 1963 price of $10.00! The only way it can be obtained now is to have a bookstore do a search.)
Notes for Sarah Tucker:
"In that same year, 1674, Rose's daughter, Sarah (Tucker), who had reached the age of eleven, was chosen by William Fitzhugh to be his bride. And, Rose apparently consenting to the marriage, recorded her deed of gift 26 August 1674, written the day before (Ibid., pp.200-201, Abstractors Vol 3 p 10) 'In consideration of a marriage had and contracted between Wm. Fitzhugh and my eldest daughter Sarah'---
giving to him numerous items, including two negroes, cattle, a gelding, jewelry and many household items 'from the place known as Mr. Tucker's Plantation;, no doubt fulfilling part of the wording of Sarah's father's will.
"The story is well told in 'Wm Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World' (1963) - R. B. Davis, Introduction pp 10, 11, saying that 'Family tradition insists that the young husband sent his wife to England for two years of education before the marriage should be consummated,' etc. As related also, young William Fitzhugh, bpt 1651, Bedfordshire, England, had come alone to the Colony of Virginia, apparently to try his fortune, and settle in Westmoreland Co., then later in Stafford Co. where in 'two and a half years after his marriage, the young lawyer-planter was elected to the House of Burgesses from Stafford Co.' He became a prominent citizen and large land holder."
(From Dorothy Helmer's manuscript about the Nethertons, thanks to Jean Camas)
Children of William Fitzhugh and Sarah Tucker are:
i. Daughter Fitzhugh, born 167884; died 167884
ii. William "Eagle's Nest" Fitzhugh, born 1679 in "Bedford", King George Co., VA85; died December 1713 in buried at Eagle's Nest, King George, VA86; married Anne Lee 169986; born 1782 in Westmoreland Co., VA86; died 12 January 1731/32 in Eagle's Nest, King George, Co, VA86.
Notes for William "Eagle's Nest" Fitzhugh:
Captain William Fitzhugh of "Eagle's Nest" inherited 1800 acres of land in Stafford and Westmoreland Counties. He was the Justice of Stafford Co., and High Sheriff in 1707; member of the House of Burgesses in 1700, and a Governor of the College of William and Mary in 1702.
William Fitzhugh inherited under his father's will 18,723 acres of land in Stafford and Westmoreland; was residuary legatee of all lands not bequeathed, and rights to lands in Virginia, Maryland and England; eight negroes; 18 pieces of silver plate; L200 sterling out of his father's money in England; half the household furniture; "my own and my wife's pictures, the other six pictures of my relations, and the large map in the study", half of his father's "study of books", & c. He was appointed clerk of Stafford county, July 18, 1701, and was a member of the House of Burgesses for that county, 1700, 1701 and 1702 (Stafford Records). Possibly he was a member in other years. On Dec. 13, 1711, the Lords of Trade and Plantations presented a representation to the Queen, recommending William Fitzhugh, Esq., as a person fully qualified to fill a vacancy in the Council, being a good estate, and being well affected towards her Majesty's government (Sainsbury Abstracts). The appointment made on Dec. 19 and Fitzhugh took the oaths in Virginia, October 15, 1712 (Council Journal). His tenure of office was short, for his last appearance in Council was in Nov. 8, 1713, and Jan. 27, 1713-14, there is an entry in the Council Journal that he was dead. Besides the offices named, Wm. Fitzhugh was a justice of Stafford, and high sheriff in 1707. If he made a will it was doubtless recorded in Stafford, but the books of that date have been lost. He married Ann, daughter of Richard Lee, Esq., of Westmoreland county (member of the counci)l. (Sent to me by Ruth and Robert Teesdale)
Boscobel was conveyed to the William Fitzhugh in 1692 according to Jerrilyn Eby, author of _They Called Stafford Home_.
Notes for Anne Lee:
Ann Lee married secondly , Captain Daniel McCarty, of Westmoreland county, speaker of the House of Burgesses 1715-20.
From Westmoreland Co. Wills p. 94:
"Anne McCarty 7 Nov 1728; 31 May 1732. To each of my own brothers and their wives a ring; a ring to Col. John Tayloe; son Henry Fitzhugh all my lands, my 1st wedding ring and my grandfather Corbin's mourning ring; to Elizabeth dau. of Major J. Fitzhugh a gold ring; to daughter Lettice 2 negroes; dau. Sarah Fitzhugh 2 negroes; Billington McCarty my last wedding ring; to Thaddeus McCarty a stone ring; to Sarah Beale my hoop ring. I discharge my brothers H. Fitzhugh and Thomas and Henry Lee from the bills of exchange to my late husband McCarty. Negroes in the hands of the husband of my daughter Lettice to be hers."
Anne Lee had grown up at Mt. Pleasant with her five brothers in a most erudite atmosphere. Her father, "who neither improved nor diminished his estate" could write in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, but he paid little attention to his business
affairs, he left Anne 4000 acres in Stafford county that he no longer owned.
Her tombstone in the family cemetery (at Eagle's Nest) reads:
The Body of Anne the Daughter of
The Honorable Richard Lee Esq.
She was first married to
The Honourable William Fitzhugh esq.
Whom she surviv'd
By whom she had Issue,
Henry, Lettice & Sarah
who are still living.
She was afterward married to
Daniel M'Carty, Esq.
Whom she also Surviv'd
By him, she had Issue, Anne
Who d'yed (an inf.)
Her surviving Children erect this Monument
To Her Precious Memory
Wou'd They like Her obtain
In this Life the Love & Praise of all
And in the next Eternal Happiness
Let Them Imitate
The Good & Pious Pattern.
She departed this Life Jan'Y. 12th 1731.
In the 49th year of her Age.
(from The Vistas of "Eagle's Nest" by Liza Lawrence)
iii. Rosamond Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1680 in Westmoreland Co., VA86; died Abt. 1701 in Westmoreland Co., VA86; married Willoughby Allerton Abt. 169887; born Abt. 1664 in Westmoreland Co., VA87; died 1724 in Westmoreland Co., VA87.
Notes for Willoughby Allerton:
William Allerton was a grandson of Isaac Allerton, who immigrated in the Mayflower.
Westmoreland County Wills:
ALLERTON, WILLOUGHBY,gent., 17 Jan 1723; 8 April 1724
Land, stock and 3 slaves to wife Hannah; son Isaac land whereon I live and 300 acres or land and two-thirds of estate; dau. Elizabeth Allerton 200 acres and one-third estate; son exr; my wife's daus. Hannah and Sarah Bushrod personal property of the father and mother. Land on Machotick; land formerly Capt. Joh Bushrod's and person estate of his to my wife and her daus.; to wife the school master Joshua Nelson and 3 more white servants.
From _English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records_ compiled by Louis des Cognets, Jr., Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1958 (current printing 1990):
on p. 3 in List of Sheriffs Appointed April 25th 1707 Willoughby Allerton
is listed for Westmoreland Co.
iv. Son 1 Fitzhugh, born 168388; died in died in infancy.
v. Son 2 Fitzhugh, born 168588; died in died in infancy.
vi. Henry "Bedford" Fitzhugh, born 15 February 1686/87 in "Eagle's Nest", King George Co., VA89; died 12 December 1758 in King George Co., VA (tombstone now in St. Paul's Churchyard, King George, Co., V90; married Susannah Cooke 24 February 1717/18 in Stafford Co., VA91; born 07 December 1693 in Gloucester Co, VA91; died 21 November 1749 in King George Co., VA (tombstone now in St. Paul's Churchyard, King George Co., VA91.
Notes for Henry "Bedford" Fitzhugh:
Henry (son of Wm the Immigrant) was the scholar of the generation: he was sent at age eleven to Bristol to school and to Westminster School at age 14, and to Christ Church, Oxford, matriculating on Oct. 30, 1722. Later became a Tobacco Agent, Justice of the Peace and Burgess, and was know as "Blind Henry" because, judging by his portrait, he had one bad eye.
Henry, born at Eagles Nest, built the Bedford Estate in VA, married, and died there. (p.171) He and Susannah had 9 children (p.172)
(History of the Fitzhugh Family pp. 55 and 56)
Member of the Assembly Resolution of 1720, Virginia assembly. (Hist. Soc. of Fairfax Co., VA vol 3 1954 p.19)
Henry Fitzhugh inherited Bedford plantation and married Susannah Cooke, the daughter of Mordecai Cooke of Gloucester County. He was born in 1686 and died in 1758. His half of the Ravensworth patent remained in the family intact until his grandson Henry Fitzhugh who also lived at Bedford partitioned it in 1783 among his five younger sons, Nicholas, Richard, Mordecai, Battaile, and Giles. By the end of this generation the northern half of the tract had been sold out of the family.
(Hist. Soc of Fairfax Co. vol 3 1954 p. 28)
Boscobel was inherited by Henry Fitzhugh (1686-1759) of Bedford in 1701.
Colonial Families, Southern States, p.226
Hon. Henry Fitzhugh owned 17,598 acres of land in Stafford Co., and he served as High Sheriff, 1715; as Burgess, 1736; liberal supporter of the Established Church, and a Vestryman.
Notes for Susannah Cooke:
Elizabeth N. Lee in _The Fitzhugh Family of King George Co., VA_ says that Joan Constable Cooke was Susannah's mother.
vii. Thomas "Bell Aire" Fitzhugh, born 1689 in "Bedford", King George Co., VA91; died 1719 in Richmond, VA91; married Ann Fowke Mason Abt. 1716; born Bef. 169592.
Notes for Thomas "Bell Aire" Fitzhugh:
Thomas (son of Wm. the Immigrant) was County Clerk in 1714. His wife was the daughter of George Mason. They had 1 daughter.
Thomas Fitzhugh, Gentleman, (c. 1689-1719) received by the will of his father nearly 5,000 acres of land. A tract of 1,1oo acres lay near Fredericksburg. At the time of Thomas Fitzhugh this property was in Richmond County and his last will and Testament is recorded there. He served as clerk of Stafford Co. a few years, dying in office. Thomas Fitzhugh married Anne Fouke (Mason) Darrell, daughter of Col. George and Mary (Fowke) Mason, and widow of William Darrell (16??-1715) by whom she had a son Sampson Darrell (1712-1777) who died testate in Fairfax Co., Thomas and Anne Fowke (Mason) Fitzhugh had an only child, Mary Fitzhugh, who died in infancy. Anne Fowke (Mason) Darrell Fitzhugh married thirdly Thomas Smith (d. 1764) who died testate in Fairfax County; his will mentions three children, viz: (1) Susanna Smith; (2) Mary Smith (married Mr. Hancock); and (3) William Smith (172?-1802) who died testate in Mason Co. KY. As Thomas Fitzhugh, Gentleman, died without male issue and his father had entailed his estate, his property came into possession of William Fitzhugh, Esq. (1741-1809) and in 1769 he built the handsome brick mansion called Chatham upon the land overlooking Fredericksburg.
(The Register of Overwharton Parish compiled by King, p. 226)
viii. George "Bascobell" Fitzhugh, born 1690 in "Bedford", King George Co., VA93; died 172294; married Mary Mason 171294
136 ix. John "Marmion" Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1692; died 21 January 1732/33 in Stafford Co., VA; married Anne Barbara McCarty 05 December 1715 in Westmoreland Co., VA.
274. Captain Daniel McCarty, born 19 March 1678/79 in N. Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., Va95; died 04 May 1724 in Westmoreland County, VA95. He was the son of 548. Dennis McCarty and 549. Elizabeth Billington. He married 275. Elizabeth Pope 19 October 169996.
275. Elizabeth Pope, born 16 June 166797; died Bef. 1715 in buried in Yeocomico Church, Westmoreland Co., VA97. She was the daughter of 550. Humphrey Pope and 551. Elizabeth Hawkins.
Notes for Captain Daniel McCarty:
Daniel McCarty, Esq. buried : Old Yeocomico Church, VA. He was Burgess, Justice and Sheriff of Westmoreland, in 1715-20; he was speaker of the Assembly.
The Southern Churchman, in 1999 published the following:
"Close to the base of the right and east gable is the rocky foundation of a vault, to size 15x18 feet; it is now a greaay mound with several cedar trees growing up it. Near the center of this mound is a gray stone tablet, much defaced by time. and it was only after repeated efforts that I have finally suceeded in making out the inscription, which is as follows: 'Here lyeth the body of Daniel McCarty, who departed this life the fourth of -----1724. In the forty-fifth year of his age. He was endowed with many virtues and good qualifications, but the actions proceeding from them bespeak their praise. Here also lyeth the body of Thaddeus McCarty, youngest son to Danile McCarthy (sic), Esq., who died the 7 of Frebruary, 1731, in the 19th year of his age.
"Near this place likewise is the body of Penelope, wife to Daniel McCarty, second son of Daniel McCarty, Esq., and daughter to Christine Higgens, Gent, who departed this life the 26 of March, 1732, in the 19 year of her age, with one child." (_Colonial Churches_ A Series of Sketches of Churches in the Original Colony of Virginia......With Pictures of Each Church....Each Sketch by an Especially Qualified Writer....Book first copyrighted in 1907, Souther Churchman, Richmond, VA, p. 303. All Contents are Copyrighted 1998 by Broach-Suber Association, Bellevue, Washington USA. A new Table of Content, List of Illustrations, and an Index have been included in this printing.
Immigrant to Westmoreland County and worshipped at Yeocomico, between the years 1655 and 1706, according the Rev. J. Poynte Tyler in _Colonial Churches_, p. 302.
His will from _Westmoreland County Wills_ p. 79:
McCARTY, DANIEL, 19 March 1724; 9 June 1724.
25 negroes to son Dennis and all land in Stafford; son Daniel lands in Westmoreland; to son Billington lands in Farnham, Richmond co. that was my grandfather Billington's land; son Thaddeus land in Richmond that was Capt. John Rice's land purchased by me; land in Northumberland to Billington; daus. Winifred 500 pounds for land and Sarah 500 pounds. Mrs Anna Barbara Fitzhugh 2 negroes; to each of my grandchildren 2 negroes; to wife's son Henry Fitzhugh a ring; my son Daniel who is now under care of Mr. John Gilpin of Whitehaven to be continued until his education comes to 100 pounds to be paid on his arrival in Virginia and when he does arrive to have all my law and gospel books; son in law William Payne; pictures of son and dau. Fitzhugh to their son when 7 yrs. old, but the pictures of myself and first wife to remain in my dwelling house; exrs in trust Col. John Tayloe, Humphrey Pope, Nicholas Minor, John Fitzhugh and Samuel Peachey, gents., until son Thaddeus be 17 yrs. of age: my first wife's daus. Elizabeth Sherman and Mary Burns; my uncle Mr. Joseph Taylor late clerk of Lancaster; to my aunt Mrs. Barbara Tayloe and her son Joseph; my brothers Philip, Francis, Thomas and Henry Lee; friend Capt. Eskridge; my wife Anna and her brothers Col. and Capt. Lee a ring each; wife Anna 12 slaves, use of plantation and personal property for life and use of her children; 12 slaves and 1,000 acres of land to wife; soup ladle to Sary; porringer to Lettice; John Warner to serve rest of time; also his wife , then 100 acres at Aquia; he to continue to teach school and keep accounts and wife to help his mistress; home plantation to son Daniel at death of his mother.
Notes for Elizabeth Pope:
Married first to William Payne, by whom she had 4 children, whose descendants are listed in "Paynes of Virginia," by Co. Brooke Payne. A. L. Keith in _William & Mary Quarterly_ writes: Col. Daniel McCarty was buried at Yeocomico Church. In 1907 as his tomb was being righted, an unknown and unsuspected slab was found beneath his tomb. This slab is hopelessly defaced in places, but it still gives very valuable information. It marks the burial place of Elizabeth, first wife of William Payne and second of Daniel McCarty."
Clara S. McCarty, "McCarty's of Virginia": "It reads:......the body of Elizabeth........er of Humphrey Pope, Gent. by. . . . id wife. First the wife of ye Gentleman to whom sh . . . ns and two daughters and last Daniel McCarty, Esq. to . . . was married the 19th of October . . .ore four sons and four daug . . .
Barbara the 30th of Nov . . . 7th of Nov. . . . of March 1705 . . . 1707 . . .1709 Sarah . . . and Thaddeus . . ber 1712. She was born June 16 . . departed . . .e . . . and was entombed . . . year of her A . . . "
(quote from Payne History) "Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth, daughter of Humphrey Pope, Gentleman, by Elizabeth, his wife. First the wife of William Payne, Gentleman, to whom she born to sons and two daughters, and lastly of Daniel McCarty, whom she was married the 19th of October 1678 (sic--1698?; 1678 not possible if he was born 1679), and bore four sons and four daughters. She was born . . . of June 1667." (sic)
W. M. McCarty says Capt. Danile McCarty's will mentions his first wife's children Elizabeth Sherman (Sturman?) and Mary Burns (nee Payne).
Children of Daniel McCarty and Elizabeth Pope are:
137 i. Anne Barbara McCarty, born 1700 in Westmoreland Co., VA; died 12 December 1737 in Stafford Co., VA; married (1) John "Marmion" Fitzhugh 05 December 1715 in Westmoreland Co., VA; married (2) Adam Crump Abt. 1734.
ii. Billington McCarty, born Abt. 170497; died Bef. 01 July 174597; married Anne Barber 16 June 173297; born 16 August 170997; died 07 January 175397.
276. Robert Beverley, Jr., born Abt. 1673 in Middlesex Co., VA98; died 21 April 1722 in "Beverley Park", King and Queen Co., VA98. He was the son of 552. Major Robert Beverley and 553. Mary Unknown. He married 277. Ursula Byrd.
277. Ursula Byrd, born 29 November 1681 in VA98; died 31 October 1698 in Jamestown, VA99. She was the daughter of 554. William Byrd I and 555. Mary Horsmanden.
Notes for Robert Beverley, Jr.:
Robert Beverley, Jr., historian of Virginia, the second son of Major Robert Beverley, was "born on his father's dwelling plantation in Middlesex Co., and was sent thence, for education, to England, being there at the time of his father's death in 1686."
He inherited the "Poropotank" plantation, in Gloucester Co. and "Beverley Park", in King and Queen Co., upon which basis he served as Clark for that county. He owned considerable other property and was well off.
He was interested in agriculture, especially in the growing of grapes for wine and thought that the production of wine should be developed in America as one of its industries, and he did some experimental work on that subject.
He is best known, however, for his "History of the Present State of Virginia", which for many years was used in the schools and had six editions in all---one being translated into French, followed by two 'pirated' editions of the French translation.
(from _The Beverley Family of Virginia: Descendants of Major Robert Beverley (1641-1687) and Allied Families_ compiled by John McGill (Deceased 1951), The R. L. Bryan Company, Columbia, SC, 1956.)
The second Robert Beverly (1673-1722), in 1705 published his _History and Present State of Virginia_, which included an unbiased account of his father's career. The work has survived for two centuries, because of its originality, shrewd observations, and humorous comments. (p. 453 but of what book?)
Notes for Ursula Byrd:
Ursula Byrd Beverley's tomb is in the churchyard at Jamestown, but has entirely disappeared (sunken, slab and all, out of sight). The following copy of the epitaph on it is from an old newspaper:
"Here Lyeth the body of
Ursula Beverley late wife of Robert
Beverley, daughter of ye Hon'ble
Col. Wm. Byrd, who departed
this life the last day of October
1698, being much lamented of all
that knew her. Aged 16 years, 11
months and 2 daies."
(from _The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 534.)
Child of Robert Beverley and Ursula Byrd is:
138 i. William Beverley, born 1696 in "Beverley Manor", Augusta Co., VA; died 28 February 1756 in "Blandfield", Essex Co., VA; married Elizabeth Bland
278. Richard Bland, born 11 August 1665 in "Berkeley", Charles City Co., VA100; died April 1720 in bur. in "Westover", Charles City Co., VA100. He was the son of 556. Theodrick Bland and 557. Anne Bennett. He married 279. Elizabeth Randolph 11 February 1701/02100.
279. Elizabeth Randolph, born 1680100; died 22 January 1719/20100. She was the daughter of 558. William Randolph and 559. Mary Isham.
Children of Richard Bland and Elizabeth Randolph are:
i. Mary Bland, born 21 August 1703 in Prince William Co., VA100; died 1764; married Henry Lee 1724 in Prince William Co., VA; born 1691; died 1747101.
139 ii. Elizabeth Bland, born 29 May 1705 in "Jordan's", Prince George Co., VA; married William Beverley
iii. Richard Bland, born 06 May 1710102; died 26 October 1776102
iv. Anna Bland, born 25 February 1711/12103; married (1) Capt. Robert Mumford; died 1744103; married (2) George Currie; died Abt. 1771103.
v. Theodorick Bland, born 02 December 1718 in Clawson, Prince Geroge, VA103; died 28 October 1784 in Amelia Co., VA104; married (1) Frances Bolling 1738; born 1724105; died 1774105; married (2) Elizabeth Randolph Aft. 1774; died Abt. 1786.
Generation No. 10
544. Henry Fitzhugh, born December 1614106; died 1666 in Cork, Ireland107. He was the son of 1088. William Fitzhugh and 1089. Margaret Smith. He married 545. Mary King 1638108.
545. Mary King, born 1616 in England108; died Aft. 1698 in England108. She was the daughter of 1090. Giles King.
Notes for Henry Fitzhugh:
Henry--apprentice to a Woolen draper in Bedford. Became Mayor of Bedford in 1649
Henry is the ancestor of the Virginia Branch of the Fitzhugh family.
Notes for Mary King:
Mary King was the daughter of the Reverend Giles King of Tempsford in Bedfordshire.
Children of Henry Fitzhugh and Mary King are:
i. Thomas Fitzhugh, born 1639108; died in London, England108
Notes for Thomas Fitzhugh:
Thomas died as a apprentice in London.
ii. Margaret Fitzhugh, born 12 November 1640109; died 1676 in Virginia110; married Unknown in Maryland110
Notes for Margaret Fitzhugh:
Margaret was baptized Nov 12, 1640. ( William Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World p. 8)
iii. Susan Fitzhugh, born 27 October 1642110; married Richard Varney 21 June 1659 in St. Albans Abbey110
iv. Mary Fitzhugh, born 22 December 1643110
v. Elizabeth Fitzhugh, born 12 January 1644/45110; died 12 June 1646110
vi. Dorothy Fitzhugh, born 29 January 1644/45 in St. Paul's. Bedford, England (baptized that date)110; died October 1695 in Eagle's Nest, King George Co., VA111; married (1) Ralph Smith; died 1688; married (2) George Luke
Notes for Dorothy Fitzhugh:
Dorothy immigrated to VA circa 1686. Second husband, George Luke, was said to be "a Neer-do-well"
vii. Henry Fitzhugh, born 28 April 1650 in Bedford , England112; married (1) Elizabeth Long; born in Pall Mall, London; married (2) Lettice Hancock
Notes for Henry Fitzhugh:
Hery was baptized at St. Paul's Church in Bedford, England on April 28, 1650.
272 viii. William (the Immigrant) Fitzhugh, born 08 January 1650/51 in Bedford , England; died 21 October 1701 in Stafford Co., VA--buried at Eagle's Nest; married (1) Elizabeth Unknown Abt. 1673; married (2) Sarah Tucker 01 May 1674 in VA.
ix. Anne Fitzhugh, born Abt. 08 September 1639 in Tempsford, Bedforshire.112
546. John Tucker, born Abt. 1639 in England113; died Abt. 31 May 1671 in Bermuda114. He was the son of 1092. Capt. William Tucker and 1093. Mary Thompson. He married 547. Rosanna Sturman.
547. Rosanna Sturman, born Abt. 1629 in England115; died 1712116.
Notes for John Tucker:
The will of John Tucker was proved in Westmoreland May 31,1671. His legatees were his daughters Sarah and Rose Tucker (who married, subsequently, Mr. Blackistone, of Maryland), 5,000 pounds of tobacco each; and unborn child, 5,000 pounds tobacco; eldest son (whom he does not name) and wife Rose. Appoints Captain (Thomas) Phillpot and Mr. Richard Kenner, of Westmoreland, overseers. Mrs. Rose Tucker married (II) Thomas Gerrard, of Westmoreland (formerly of Maryland, she was his second wife); and he, on January 28th, 1672, made a deed of gift to the children of Mr. John Tucker, deceased, and of "my now wife, Mrs. Rose Gerrard," vizt; John, Gerrard, Sarah and Rose Tucker. On April 24th, 1674, Mrs. Rose Gerrard, widow, made a deed in consideration of a marriage contracted between her eldest daughter, Rose, and William Fitzhugh. Mrs. Gerrard married (III) John Newton, of Westmoreland prior to May 16th, 1677.
(Virginia Historical Magazine)
Notes for Rosanna Sturman:
Re: Rose's maiden name----footnote from _The Fitzhugh Family of King George Co., VA_ by Elizabeth N. Lee:
Norma Tucker, _Virginia Colonials and Their Maryland Relatives_, (Baltimore, 1994), p. 35. The maiden name Sturman is not positively proved but Norma Tucker gives evidence that leads one to believe that this is most likely correct.
The will of Rose Newton, widow, was proved in Westmoreland, January 28th, 1712. She gave her son Thomas Newton her lands in Virginia and Maryland and all rents and arrearages for lands left her by her former husband Thomas Gerrard, &c, &c. Thus it appears that Thomas was omitted in his father's will, and the only child named in his mother's.
(VA Historical Mag)
Children of John Tucker and Rosanna Sturman are:
i. Gerrard Tucker
ii. John Tucker
273 iii. Sarah Tucker, born 02 August 1663 in Westmoreland Co., VA; died Aft. 1703 in buried at Eagle's Nest; married William (the Immigrant) Fitzhugh 01 May 1674 in VA.
iv. Rose Tucker, born Aft. 1664.
548. Dennis McCarty, born in Ireland117; died 1694 in Richmond, VA117. He married 549. Elizabeth Billington.
549. Elizabeth Billington, born 117; died Aft. 1679117. She was the daughter of 1098. Luke Billington and 1099. Barbara Unknown.
Children of Dennis McCarty and Elizabeth Billington are:
274 i. Captain Daniel McCarty, born 19 March 1678/79 in N. Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., Va; died 04 May 1724 in Westmoreland County, VA; married (1) Elizabeth Pope 19 October 1699; married (2) Anne Lee Aft. 1715.
ii. Dennis McCarty
iii. Catherine McCarty
550. Humphrey Pope, born in of Pope's Creek117; died Abt. 1684118. He was the son of 1100. Thomas Pope. He married 551. Elizabeth Hawkins.
551. Elizabeth Hawkins, born 119; died 1717 in Westmoreland Co., VA120. She was the daughter of 1102. Richard Hawkins and 1103. Mary Unknown.
Children of Humphrey Pope and Elizabeth Hawkins are:
i. Humphrey Pope
ii. Jemima Pope120, married Nicholas Minor
Notes for Nicholas Minor:
Immigrant to Westmoreland County and worshipped at Yeocomico, between the years 1655 and 1706, according the Rev. J. Poynte Tyler in _Colonial Churches_, p. 302.
iii. John Pope, married Sarah Unknown
iv. Lawrence Pope, married Jemima Unknown
275 v. Elizabeth Pope, born 16 June 1667; died Bef. 1715 in buried in Yeocomico Church, Westmoreland Co., VA; married (1) William Payne; married (2) Captain Daniel McCarty 19 October 1699.
552. Major Robert Beverley, born 1641121; died Abt. 16 March 1686/87121. He married 553. Mary Unknown.
553. Mary Unknown, born 1637122; died 28 June 1678122.
Child of Robert Beverley and Mary Unknown is:
276 i. Robert Beverley, Jr., born Abt. 1673 in Middlesex Co., VA; died 21 April 1722 in "Beverley Park", King and Queen Co., VA; married Ursula Byrd
554. William Byrd I, born 1652 in "Blandfield", Essex Co., VA122; died 04 December 1704 in Westminster, London123. He married 555. Mary Horsmanden Bef. 1681.
555. Mary Horsmanden, born 1652124; died 09 November 1699 in buried at Westover, Charles City Co., VA124. She was the daughter of 1110. Col. Warham St. Leger Horsmanden and 1111. Susanna Beeching.
Notes for William Byrd I:
William Byrd I was clerk of Essex County 1714-45, member of the House of Burgesses from Orange, 1736-40, and Essex 1742-49, County Lieutenant of Orange and Augusta counties, 1741, member of the council, 1752-55, patentee of "Beverley Manor," Augusta Co., left will 3 Dec. 1755-3 May 1756
Children of William Byrd and Mary Horsmanden are:
i. William Byrd II, born 1674125; died 1744126
277 ii. Ursula Byrd, born 29 November 1681 in VA; died 31 October 1698 in Jamestown, VA; married Robert Beverley, Jr.
556. Theodrick Bland, born 06 January 1626/27 in St. Antholin, Budge Row, London, England127; died 23 April 1671 in "Westover", VA127. He was the son of 1112. John Bland and 1113. Susanna Duclere. He married 557. Anne Bennett.
557. Anne Bennett, died November 1688 in Wharton Creek, Kent Co., MD127. She was the daughter of 1114. Richard Bennett.
Children of Theodrick Bland and Anne Bennett are:
i. John Bland, died 1746127; married (1) Mary Breckon; married (2) Elizabeth Dale 09 November 1709127
ii. Theodrick Bland, born February 1661/62127; died November 1700127; married Margaret Unknown
278 iii. Richard Bland, born 11 August 1665 in "Berkeley", Charles City Co., VA; died April 1720 in bur. in "Westover", Charles City Co., VA; married (1) Mary Swann 06 September 1692; married (2) Elizabeth Randolph 11 February 1701/02.
558. William Randolph, born October 1650 in Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire, England128; died 21 April 1711 in "Turkey Island", Henrico Co., VA129. He married 559. Mary Isham 1680 in Henrico Co., VA130,130.
559. Mary Isham, born Abt. 1658 in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico Co., VA131,131; died 29 December 1735 in "Turkey Island", Henrico Co., VA131.
Notes for William Randolph:
He resided in "Turkey Island', Henrico Co., VA. He was a member of the House of Burgesses in VA. He was a member of Coucil in Virginia. He was County Clerk in Henrico Co., VA. He immigrated circa 1660 to "Turkey Island", Henrico Co., VA. He was Attorney-General between 1670 and 1671 in VA.
(Randolph Family Genealogy)
From _Virginia: Guide to the Old Dominion_, 1940, p.629:
Brick gateposts about 2 miles past Curles Neck are at the entrance to Turkey Island, ancestral seat of the Randolph family. The present house, near the James, is relatively modern. Within a walled enclosure are ironstone table tombs, that of the immigrant bearing the Randolph arms. The plantation, so named for an island near by where the first explorers of the river found many wild turkeys, was owned in 1676 by Colonel James Crews, who was hanged for participating with his neighbor, Bacon, in the rebellion. In 1684 the land was sold to William Randolph (1657-1711).
Children of William Randolph and Mary Isham are:
i. Edward Randolph, married Elizabeth Graves
279 ii. Elizabeth Randolph, born 1680; died 22 January 1719/20; married Richard Bland 11 February 1701/02.
iii. Col. William Randolph, Jr., born 06 November 1681 in "Turkey Island", Henrico Co., VA132; died 19 October 1742 in bur. "Turkey Island", Henrico Co., VA132; married Elizabeth Beverley 22 June 1709132; born 01 January 1690/91132; died 26 December 1723132.
Notes for Col. William Randolph, Jr.:
He resided in "Chatesworth", Henrico Co., VA. He was Clerk of the House of Burgesses between 1702 and 1712 in VA. He was Clerk of the County between 1710 and 1720 in Henrico Co., VA. He was a member of the House of Burgesses in 1726 and a member of Council in 1728. He was Royal Councillor of State in 1737. He was Treasurer of the Colony in 1737.
iv. Thomas Randolph, born June 1683132; died 1729132; married Judith Fleming 16 October 1712132
v. Isham Randolph, born December 1684132; died 1742132; married Jane Rogers 1717132
Notes for Isham Randolph:
He resided in "Dungeness", Goochland Co., VA.
vi. Henry Randolph, born Abt. 1687132
vii. Col. Richard Randolph, born 1690 in of Curles Neck, VA133; died 1748 in Henrico Co., VA134; married Jane Bolling 1714135,136; born 1703 in "Cobbs", Henrico Co., VA137; died 04 March 1766 in Henrico Co., VA138.
Notes for Col. Richard Randolph:
From _Virginia: Guide to the Old Dominion_, 1940, p.629:
Stone gateposts mark the entrance to Curles Neck, a modern dairy farm that was the seat of the leader of Bacon's Rebellion. The Colonial house has been supplanted by the large brick mansion. On a steeplechase course here the owner holds horse shows each spring.
Curles Neck was patented in 1617 by Edward Gurgany. Later it was acquired by Nathaniel Bacon, who, campaigning without authority against the Indians in June 1676, offended Governor Berkeley, was arrested, brought to trial, acquitted and 'forgiven.' When the governor attempted his arrest for a second trial, 500 Virginia farmers, who had resented the governor's failure to give them protection from the aborigines, gather here and began a civil war.
In 1698 'Curles, formerly Longfield,' and 'Slashes,' 'late in the seizen and inheritance of Nathaniel Bacon.....and found to escheat to his most sacred Majesty by the attainder of .....Nathaniel Bacon, Junr., of high treason' were purchased for 150 lbs. by the immigrant, William Randolph, who gave the land to his son Richard.
On p. 630: Randolph Monument. This area-----Park Woods-----was part of the Turkey Island estate and maintained by the Randolph family as a park. The obelisk, 18' high, relates that, 'The Foundation of this Pillar was laid in the calamitous year 1771 when all the Great Rivers of this Country were swept by inundations never before experienced which changed the face of Nature and left traces of their violence that will remain for ages. In the year 1772 this monument was raised to the memory of the first Richard and Jane Randolph of Curles.'
William Randolph I of Turkey Island
(Henrico County) Virginia and His Immediate Descendants: by Wassell Randolph,
President, Cossitt Library (Memphis, TN) published by Seebode Mimeo Service,
Memphis, TN, 1949.
"Richard Randolph left a will by which he devised what, for that period, was
an immense estate, of both real and personal property, to his widow and seven
children, viz., four sons, Richard, Brett, Ryland and John, and three
daughters, Mary, Jane and Elizabeth. The will was dated November 18, 1747 abd
was probated in June of 1749 in Henrico County. As he had given before his
death his two plantations "Tuckahoe" and "Green Mountain" to his son Richard,
Jr., he divised his remaining plantations among his other three sons. He gave
to his widow the plantation "Curles" for life and made other generous
provisions for her. He gave money to each of his daughters so as to make each> one's fortune aggregate 1000 pounds.
Long after Richard Randolph's death his executors on Nov 5, 1757 published in
a newspaper a notice that persons who had been driven from their lands by
Indians, or who desired to settle upon new lands, might enter upon the
estate's unsettled lands in Bedford County, and without let from the executors
build upon and cultivate it, rent free, for seven years.
Jane Randolph survived her husband, Richard Randolph, and died March 4, 1766
aged sixty-two years. She left a will dated March 2, 1766 which was probated
June 1, 1767 in Henrico County in which she named all her children.
viii. Mary Randolph, born 1692139; married John Stith 1712140; born 1685141,141; died Bef. 1724 in lived in Charles City, VA142.
ix. Sir John Randolph, born April 1693 in "Turkey Island", Henrico Co., VA143; died 06 March 1735/36 in bur. Chapel of Wm & Mary College143; married Susanna Beverley
Notes for Sir John Randolph:
He was Speaker of the House of Burgesses in Virginia. He was a member of the House of Burgesses representing Wm & Mary College in VA. He resided in "Tazewell Hall", VA near Williamsburg. He was Attorney General of the colony in VA. He was knighted by the King in 1730 in England, the only native Virginian ever knighted..
Generation No. 11
1088. William Fitzhugh, born 15 June 1570144; died 05 April 1633 in Bedford , England (buried on that date)145. He was the son of 2176. John (of Great Barford) Fitzhugh and 2177. Amy Negus. He married 1089. Margaret Smith 06 September 1608145.
1089. Margaret Smith, born 26 August 1588 in Milton, Buckinghamshire145; died 13 February 1664/65145. She was the daughter of 2178. Lawrence Smith and 2179. Elizabeth Smith.
Notes for William Fitzhugh:
William was a maltster. (William Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World p. 7)
Became a Burgess in 1625. He and Margaret Smith have 8 sons of whom 7 survive. After William's death Margaret successfully defends a lawsuit from her own son William over the terms of the Will. Margaret has 32 grandchildren, of whom 14 are boys. Only one of these, our ancestor Henry, carries the Fitzhugh surname more than one more generation. (History of the Fitzhugh Family)
Children of William Fitzhugh and Margaret Smith are:
i. Elizabeth Fitzhugh, born May 1610145; married Thomas Paradine 1627146
Notes for Thomas Paradine:
Thomas Paradine was mayor of Bedford. William Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World p.8
ii. John Fitzhugh, born March 1610/11147; died June 1624147
iii. William Fitzhugh, born August 1613147
544 iv. Henry Fitzhugh, born December 1614; died 1666 in Cork, Ireland; married Mary King 1638.
v. Francis Fitzhugh, born March 1615/16147; married Anne Daniel 1646147
vi. Hugh FitzHugh, born July 1617147; died 1686 in Amsterdam, Netherlands147; married Lydia Potts
vii. Thomas Fitzhugh, born January 1618/19147; died January 1639/40147
viii. Peter Fitzhugh, born September 1620147; died Aft. 1632.
ix. Robert FitzHugh, born 1622147; died 1689; married Mary Collyer 1647.
Notes for Robert FitzHugh:
Rober lived "at the Greenhouse in Bedford." William Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World. p.8
More About Robert FitzHugh:
Occupation: Malster & several times mayor and Senion Alderman of Bedford
x. (Margaret) Fitzhugh, born 1623147; died Abt. 1623 in died an infant.
xi. Margaret Fitzhugh, born March 1624/25147; married (1) Henry Zouch 06 July 1649; married (2) Mathew Porter Aft. 1650.
Notes for Margaret Fitzhugh:
William wrote to his aunt, Mrs. Margaret Porter from Virginia. William Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World p. 8
xii. Sybil Fitzhugh, born February 1626/27147; married Edward Wilson
1090. Giles King, born in of Tempsford148.
Child of Giles King is:
545 i. Mary King, born 1616 in England; died Aft. 1698 in England; married Henry Fitzhugh 1638.
1092. Capt. William Tucker, born 1574149; died 1644 in Devon149. He married 1093. Mary Thompson.
1093. Mary Thompson
Child of William Tucker and Mary Thompson is:
546 i. John Tucker, born Abt. 1639 in England; died Abt. 31 May 1671 in Bermuda; married Rosanna Sturman
1098. Luke Billington, died Bet. 1671 - 1672150. He married 1099. Barbara Unknown.
1099. Barbara Unknown, died 1674150.
Children of Luke Billington and Barbara Unknown are:
549 i. Elizabeth Billington, died Aft. 1679; married Dennis McCarty
ii. Elitia Billington
iii. Jane Billington
iv. Barbary Billington
v. Mary Billington, married Unknown Daniell
vi. Luke Billington
1100. Thomas Pope, born 150.
Child of Thomas Pope is:
550 i. Humphrey Pope, born in of Pope's Creek; died Abt. 1684; married Elizabeth Hawkins
1102. Richard Hawkins, born 1622 in England150; died Abt. 1662 in Old Rappahannock Co., VA. He married 1103. Mary Unknown.
1103. Mary Unknown, died Abt. 1662 in Essex Co., VA150.
Children of Richard Hawkins and Mary Unknown are:
551 i. Elizabeth Hawkins, died 1717 in Westmoreland Co., VA; married (1) Humphrey Pope; married (2) Richard Youell Bef. 1687; married (3) Patrick Muckleroy Bef. 1691.
ii. John Hawkins151
1110. Col. Warham St. Leger Horsmanden, born in England; died 1691 in Purleigh, England152. He was the son of 2220. Rev. Daniel Horsmanden and 2221. Ursula St. Leger. He married 1111. Susanna Beeching.
1111. Susanna Beeching
Notes for Col. Warham St. Leger Horsmanden:
Only one in the direct line of Horsmandens was not in holy orders. This was Colonel Warham Horsmanden, who emigrated to America, became a member of the Council of Virginia, returned to England and settled in Lenham and later at Purleigh, where he was buried in 1691. The connection with the future United States was maintained by the second marriage of his daughter, Mary, with William Byrd, of Westover, Virginia, some time after 16 70. In that year Administration was granted to Warham Horsmanden, her father of the estate of Samuel Filmer her first husband, who was then described as "of East Sutton, Gent. and formerly of Virginia, but died in the City of Westminster." (Genealogies of Virginia Families, p.239)
Children of Warham Horsmanden and Susanna Beeching are:
555 i. Mary Horsmanden, born 1652; died 09 November 1699 in buried at Westover, Charles City Co., VA; married (1) Samuel Filmer; married (2) William Byrd I Bef. 1681.
ii. Rev. Daniel Horsmanden, born 1652154; died 1726154; married Susanna Wollston; born in of Woolwich Kent.
Notes for Rev. Daniel Horsmanden:
Rector of Purleigh in England.
iii. Ursula Horsmanden, married Nordash Rand 1677.
1112. John Bland, born September 1572 in London, England155; died 05 May 1632 in Antholin, Budge Row, London, England155. He married 1113. Susanna Duclere Abt. 1606 in London, England156.
1113. Susanna Duclere, born Abt. 1590 in Hamburg157; died 01 February 1663/64 in London, England158.
Children of John Bland and Susanna Duclere are:
i. Adam Bland, died 1647 in on a voyage to VA159
ii. John Bland, married Sarah Green; died 04 March 1711/12159.
iii. Susan Bland, married Thomas Pierson; born in Wisbeach, Isle of Ealy159.
iv. Thomas Bland, died 26 September 1678 in Yorkshire, England159; married (1) Elizabeth Witham; married (2) Katherine Sandys; born 25 December 1638 in Newton, Ouise, Yorkshire, England159.
v. Mary Bland, born 11 November 1607 in London, England159; married (1) Emanuel Proby; born in St. Paul's Churchyard, London, England159; died 1646159; married (2) Thomas Neville; born in St. Paul's Churchyard, London, England159.
vi. Edward Bland, born Abt. 1615 in London, England159; died Bef. May 1652 in VA159; married Jane Bland in England159; born in Ireland159; died 1664 in "Westwood"159.
vii. Robert Bland, born February 1616/17159; married Mary Hinton
viii. Anne Bland, born 26 May 1619159; married Stephen Jackson; born in London, England159.
ix. Elizabeth Bland, born 20 August 1620159; married Rev. William Beare (Burie, Burye)
x. Child Bland, born August 1621159
xi. William Bland, born December 1622159; died 1649 in Spain159
xii. Hester (Esther) Bland, born 18 January 1622/23 in London, England159; died 05 January 1625/26 in London, England159
xiii. Richard Bland, born 11 February 1624/25 in London, England159; died 20 November 1692159; married Jane Lane 30 January 1650/51159; born 1624 in England159; died 19 May 1694159.
xiv. Rachel Bland, born 14 November 1626159; died 23 August 1633159
556 xv. Theodrick Bland, born 06 January 1626/27 in St. Antholin, Budge Row, London, England; died 23 April 1671 in "Westover", VA; married Anne Bennett
xvi. Arnal (Arnold) Bland, born 24 February 1627/28 in London, England159; died 18 October 1634 in London, England159
xvii. Joneane (Joan-Amy) Bland, born 10 January 1631/32159; died 05 May 1632 in London, England159
1114. Richard Bennett, born 1608160; died 1675160.
Child of Richard Bennett is:
557 i. Anne Bennett, died November 1688 in Wharton Creek, Kent Co., MD; married Theodrick Bland
Generation No. 12
2176. John (of Great Barford) Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1509161; died 24 September 1579 in Buried on that date161. He was the son of 4352. William (of Wilden) FitzHugh and 4353. Catherine Bill. He married 2177. Amy Negus 1566161.
2177. Amy Negus She was the daughter of 4354. Henry Negus.
Children of John Fitzhugh and Amy Negus are:
i. Elizabeth Fitzhugh, born Bef. 1568161; married (1) Tim Ward Abt. 1587; died 1598; married (2) Richard Wagstaff Abt. 1598161; died 1602161; married (3) John Wilshire 1603.
ii. Henry Fitzhugh, born Bef. 1569161; died 25 February 1631/32161; married Elizabeth Clarke November 1589161
1088 iii. William Fitzhugh, born 15 June 1570; died 05 April 1633 in Bedford , England (buried on that date); married Margaret Smith 06 September 1608.
iv. Robert Fitzhugh, born 23 July 1573 in Baptized that date161; died 07 August 1647 in Buried in Lavenden that date161; married Anne Worsley 25 September 1599161
Notes for Robert Fitzhugh:
Robert Fitzhugh was of Barford, Bedfordshire, and of Whitehills Manor, Olney, Buckinghamshire, formerly of Lavendon, Buckinghamshire in 1613. He and his wife Anne Worsley were both buried at Lavendon. The English Branch of the Fitzhugh Family descends from Robert and Anne. See _Burkes Landed Gentry, 18th Edition_, Vol. 2, 1969, p. 203ff for a complete Genealogy of this Branch, as well as Terrick FitzHugh's History of the FitzHugh Family. Terrick V.H. FitzHugh, the author of the family history in England, is a direct descendant of Robert.
v. John Fitzhugh, born 06 January 1575/76 in Baptized that date161; died 16 November 1607 in St. Olaves, Southwark161
More About John Fitzhugh:
Occupation: Citizen & Embroiderer of London
vi. (Anne) Fitzhugh, born 1580.
2178. Lawrence Smith He married 2179. Elizabeth Smith.
2179. Elizabeth Smith
Child of Lawrence Smith and Elizabeth Smith is:
1089 i. Margaret Smith, born 26 August 1588 in Milton, Buckinghamshire; died 13 February 1664/65; married William Fitzhugh 06 September 1608.
2220. Rev. Daniel Horsmanden, born in Ulcombe, Kent, England162. He married 2221. Ursula St. Leger.
2221. Ursula St. Leger She was the daughter of 4442. Warham St. Leger and 4443. Ursula Nevil.
Child of Daniel Horsmanden and Ursula St. Leger is:
1110 i. Col. Warham St. Leger Horsmanden, born in England; died 1691 in Purleigh, England; married Susanna Beeching
Generation No. 13
4352. William (of Wilden) FitzHugh, born Abt. 1483163; died Abt. 1560163. He was the son of 8704. Thomas (of Beggary & Maidbury) FitzHugh and 8705. Christine Maidbury. He married 4353. Catherine Bill Abt. 1506163.
4353. Catherine Bill, died Aft. 1546163. She was the daughter of 8706. John Bill and 8707. Agnes Bill.
Children of William FitzHugh and Catherine Bill are:
i. William Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1506163; died Aft. 1579163
ii. Thomas Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1507163; died Bef. 1566163
iii. Nicholas Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1508163; died July 1575163; married (1) Grace Stokes 1552163; born in White Notley, Essex; died Abt. 1569163; married (2) Agnes Smith 16 June 1570163
2176 iv. John (of Great Barford) Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1509; died 24 September 1579 in Buried on that date; married Amy Negus 1566.
v. Mary Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1510163; married Thomas Nokes
vi. Anne Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1513163; died 02 February 1607/08.
vii. Bridget Fitzhugh, born Aft. 1515163; died December 1545.
viii. Robert (Paslows & Wavendon) Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1527163; died 03 February 1608/09163; married Elizabeth Bury 1588164; died 17 September 1612165.
4354. Henry Negus, born in Shelton.
Child of Henry Negus is:
2177 i. Amy Negus, married (1) John (of Great Barford) Fitzhugh 1566; married (2) William Negus Aft. 1579.
4442. Warham St. Leger, died 1599. He married 4443. Ursula Nevil.
4443. Ursula Nevil
Child of Warham St. Leger and Ursula Nevil is:
2221 i. Ursula St. Leger, married Rev. Daniel Horsmanden
Generation No. 14
8704. Thomas (of Beggary & Maidbury) FitzHugh, born Abt. 1450165; died Abt. 1526165. He was the son of 17408. Unk. (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh. He married 8705. Christine Maidbury Abt. 1478165.
8705. Christine Maidbury She was the daughter of 17410. William Maidbury.
Children of Thomas FitzHugh and Christine Maidbury are:
i. Richard (of Goodwick & Maidbury) FitzHugh, born Abt. 1480165; died 03 November 1557166
ii. Thomas (Of Wavendon & London) Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1482167; died 12 May 1552167; married (1) Margery Waughton Aft. 1500; married (2) Jane Blackwell Aft. 1520; died Abt. 1558167.
4352 iii. William (of Wilden) FitzHugh, born Abt. 1483; died Abt. 1560; married Catherine Bill Abt. 1506.
iv. Daughter One Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1484167; married John Stocker
v. Daughter Two Fitzhugh, married Unk Watson
vi. Daughter Three Fitzhugh, married Unk Houghton
8706. John Bill, died 1503. He was the son of 17412. Thomas Bill. He married 8707. Agnes Bill.
8707. Agnes Bill
Child of John Bill and Agnes Bill is:
4353 i. Catherine Bill, died Aft. 1546; married William (of Wilden) FitzHugh Abt. 1506.
Generation No. 15
17408. Unk. (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1423167. He was the son of 34816. William (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh.
Children of Unk. (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh are:
8704 i. Thomas (of Beggary & Maidbury) FitzHugh, born Abt. 1450; died Abt. 1526; married Christine Maidbury Abt. 1478.
ii. Daughter Fitzhugh, married Thomas Lowe Of Wavendon
17410. William Maidbury, died Bef. 1488. He was the son of 34820. Thomas Maidbury and 34821. Joan Unknown.
Child of William Maidbury is:
8705 i. Christine Maidbury, married Thomas (of Beggary & Maidbury) FitzHugh Abt. 1478.
17412. Thomas Bill
Child of Thomas Bill is:
8706 i. John Bill, died 1503; married Agnes Bill
Generation No. 16
34816. William (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1396167; died Aft. 1454167. He was the son of 69632. Unk. Of Beggary Fitzhugh.
Children of William (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh are:
17408 i. Unk. (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1423.
ii. William (Mayor Of Bedford) Fitzhugh, born Bef. 1437167
34820. Thomas Maidbury, died Bef. 1488. He married 34821. Joan Unknown.
34821. Joan Unknown
Child of Thomas Maidbury and Joan Unknown is:
17410 i. William Maidbury, died Bef. 1488.
Generation No. 17
69632. Unk. Of Beggary Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1368167. He was the son of 139264. Richard FitzHugh.
Child of Unk. Of Beggary Fitzhugh is:
34816 i. William (Of Beggary) Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1396; died Aft. 1454.
Generation No. 18
139264. Richard FitzHugh, born Bef. 1340167. He was the son of 278528. William FitzHugh.
Child of Richard FitzHugh is:
69632 i. Unk. Of Beggary Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1368.
Generation No. 19
278528. William FitzHugh, born Bef. 1317167; died Aft. 1340167. He was the son of 557056. Richard FitzHugh and 557057. Joan Unk.
Children of William FitzHugh are:
139264 i. Richard FitzHugh, born Bef. 1340.
ii. John FitzHugh, died 1358167; married Elizabeth Gamage; born Abt. 1340167; died 1374167.
Generation No. 20
557056. Richard FitzHugh, born Bef. 1297167; died Abt. 1317167. He was the son of 1114112. Roger FitzHugh. He married 557057. Joan Unk.
557057. Joan Unk, died Aft. 1317167.
Child of Richard FitzHugh and Joan Unk is:
278528 i. William FitzHugh, born Bef. 1317; died Aft. 1340.
Generation No. 21
1114112. Roger FitzHugh, died Abt. 1297167. He was the son of 2228224. Richard FitzHugh.
Children of Roger FitzHugh are:
557056 i. Richard FitzHugh, born Bef. 1297; died Abt. 1317; married Joan Unk
ii. William FitzHugh, born Bef. 1297167
Generation No. 22
2228224. Richard FitzHugh, born Bef. 1223167; died Aft. 1241. He was the son of 4456448. Hugh and 4456449. Joyce Unknown.
Child of Richard FitzHugh is:
1114112 i. Roger FitzHugh, died Abt. 1297.
Generation No. 23
4456448. Hugh, died Abt. 1223167. He married 4456449. Joyce Unknown.
4456449. Joyce Unknown, born Bef. 1215167.
Children of Hugh and Joyce Unknown are:
2228224 i. Richard FitzHugh, born Bef. 1223; died Aft. 1241.
ii. William FitzHugh
iii. Jowet FitzHugh, married Hugh Le Blund
1. Carol Yocom.
2. Potter Family in America, p.282.
3. Carol Yocom.
4. Gary Farley.
5. Carol Yocom.
6. DeWitt papers.
7. Carol Yocom.
8. DeWitt papers.
9. Carol Yocom.
10. Potter Family in America, p.282.
11. Marriage Bonds of Bedford Co., VA 1755-1800
12. Potter Family in America, p.282 and Fitzhugh history.
13. Potter Family in America, p. 282.
14. Potter Family in America, p.282.
15. Carol Yocom.
16. Potter Family in America, p.282.
17. Carol Yocom.
18. Potter Family in America, p.282.
19. Carol Yocom.
20. Potter Family in America, p.282.
21. Potter Family in America, p.182.
22. Potter Family in America, p.282.
23. Bill Scroggins.
24. Potter Family in America, p.282.
25. DeWitt papers.
27. Papers of Mary Trowbridge Elkins.
28. Papers of Mary Trowbridge Elkins
29. _Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia 1755-1800_ p. 24
30. Sam Fitzhugh's TMG and Steven Winsett papers
31. _Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia 1755-1800_ p. 22
32. Papers of Mary Trowbridge Elkins
33. Logan Co., KY Cemeteries (see Augie's file folder).
34. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin,
35. file from Tricia Pettitt
36. Vol 17, 1973, "The Virginia Genealogist"
37. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. FitzhughPlace: VA Genealogies #4 p. 465
38. George Ingram.
39. Carol Ficklin paper
40. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
42. file from Tricia Pettitt
43. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
44. LVA-Henley Marriage and Obit Database on-line.
45. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
46. file from Tricia Pettitt
47. More Fitzhugh Marriages (see Gina's file).
48. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
49. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
50. Wm. M. McCarty, _McCartys of the Northern Neck_ (unpub. ms), ch. 11
51. Kathleen Much from Bill McCarty's ms., _The McCarty's of the Northern Neck_.
52. Kathleen Much
53. _Tyler's Quarterly Magazine_ vol II, p. 229 and _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
54. LDS files.
55. Bill McCarty's unfinished ms. and Violet Noland Gray, _Genealogical History of Robert Behealthland, Gent._ (Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1978), p. 445 and _St Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
56. File from Tricia Pettitt
57. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh (Tyler's Quarterly Vol II says April instead of May)
58. file from Tricia Pettitt
59. Kathleen Much from Bill McCarty's ms., _The McCarty's of the Northern Neck_ and Tyler's Quarterly Vol II, p.229 and _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
60. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin.
61. Tricia Pettit's file and Gale Fuller
62. Genealogies of VA Families p. 841
63. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
64. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
65. Family Group Record from Marty Hiatt and VA Hist. Mag (1898)
66. Family Group Record from Marty Hiatt
67. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
68. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
69. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
70. The Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., VA 1723-1758 by George Harrison Sanford King. p.227
71. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, p.22
72. _The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 534 and
73. _The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 534; Will proved 3 May 1756.and Augie Royalty.
74. _Adventure of Purse and Person_, p. 131 and
75. Beverley Family Genealogy.
76. The Beverley Family of Virginia.
77. Beverley Family Genealogy.
78. Genealogies of VA Families III p.518 /_The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 535
79. _The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 535
80. _The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 735
81. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh says 10 Jan butEagle's Nest Cemetery listing says 8 Jan.
82. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh.
83. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
84. Eagle's Nest Graveyard Chart.
85. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh and "The Virginia Genealogist" vol 17, 1973
86. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
87. KY page on Internet
88. Eagle's Nest Graveyard Chart.
89. Margaret Klein, Tombstone Inscriptions of King George County, Virginia by Margaret C. Klein, (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD), p.20.
90. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. FitzhughGenealogist" --Elizabeth N. Lee's book says buried at Bedford--cemetery has been moved. Now at St. Paul's Parish Church cemetery
91. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
92. World Family Tree
93. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh and "The Virginia Genealogist" vol 17, 1973
94. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
95. Register of Ancestors DAR of VA
96. Wm. M. McCarty, _McCartys of the Northern Neck_ (unpub. ms), ch. 11
97. Kathleen Much
98. _The Beverley Family of Virginia_ p. 534
99. _The Beverley Family of Virginia_, p. 534/Augie Royalty
100. _Adventure of Purse and Person_, p. 131
101. Lee of Virginia by Edmund Jennings Lee.
102. _Adventure of Purse and Person_, p. 131
103. _Adventure of Purse and Person_, p. 132
104. Tricia Pettit's file, Meriwether Ancestry..
105. _Adventure of Purse and Person_, p. 132
106. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
107. The Fitzhugh Family in Two Volumes, Vol 2, by Henry A. Fitzhugh
108. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
109. _History of the Fitzhugh Family_ by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh, and _The Fitzhugh Family of King George Co., VA_ by Elizabeth N. Lee
110. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
111. _The Fitzhugh Family of King George County, Virginia: The Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh Family_ by Elizabeth Nuckols Lee
112. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
113. Sheila Miller and/or Kelly Leighton.
114. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
115. Augie Royalty.
116. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
117. Kathleen Much
118. W. M. McCarty, _McCartys of the Northern Neck_, ch 8
119. Violet Noland Gray, )Genealogical History of Robert Beheathland, Gent._ (Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1978), p. 422
120. Kathleen Much
121. _The Beverley Family of Virginia_
122. Robert Beverley Genealogy.
123. _Adventure of Purse and Person_ (see Augie)
124. Robert Beverley Genealogy.
125. Genealogies of Virginia Families, p.245.
126. Richmond: The Story of a City by Virginius Dabney, p.16.
127. Augie Royalty.
128. Robert Beverley Genealogy.
129. The Diary of Robert Rose edited by Ralph Fell, p.267 and Randloph Family Genealogy
130. Randolph Family Genealogy.
131. Robert Beverley Genealogy.
132. Randolph Family Genealogy.
133. p.66 corrections info by Robert Isham Randolph
134. Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, p.72/place: Virginia Wills and Administrations, p.350
135. The Peaks of Otter, Life and Times by Peter Viemeister.
136. The Peaks of Otter, Life and Times by Peter Viemeister, p.51.
137. Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, p.72 and Carrie Stith
138. Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, p.72 and see Richard's notes.
139. Randolph Family Genealogy.
140. The Diary of Robert Rose edited by Ralph Fell, p.267.
141. Carrie Stith.
142. Date: Carrie Stith. Place: The Diary of Robert Rose edited by Ralph Fell, p.267.
143. Randolph Family Genealogy.
144. _Fitzhugh Family History_ by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh and _The Fitzhugh Family of King George Co., VA_ by Elizabeth N. Lee
145. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
146. History of the Fitzhugh Family
147. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
148. papers from William Hughes Fitzhugh
149. Virginia Fitzhugh file
150. Kathleen Much
151. Violet Noland Gray, )Genealogical History of Robert Beheathland, Gent._ (Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1978), p. 422
152. Genealogies of Virginia Families, p.239.
153. Robert Beverley Genealogy.
154. Genealogies of Virginia Families, p.240.
155. Augie Royalty.
156. _The Fitzhugh Family of King Geroge County, Virginia: The Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh Family_ by Elizabeth Nuckold Lee.
157. Augie Royalty.
158. _St. Paul's Parish Register 1715-1798_ compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin.
159. Augie Royalty.
160. Robert Beverley Genealogy.
161. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
162. Augie Royalty.
163. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
164. fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
165. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
166. Scroll of Thomas (of Beggary) FitzHugh.
167. Fitzhugh Family History by Terrick FitzHugh and Henry A. Fitzhugh
Abraham Potter and Elizabeth (Betsy) Bennett
Husband Abraham Potter
Born: Abt 1822 - , , , Missouri Christened: Died: Bef 1844 Buried:
Father: William Potter (1798-1845) 1 Mother: Nancy Dillard (1802-1898)
Marriage: 10 Nov 1842 - , , Cooper, MO
Noted events in his life were:
• 1850 Census, 1850 - , , Cooper, MO
1850 Census of Missouri, Cooper County, 838
en/w John Bennett 30 M MO is
Elizabeth Potter 33 F MO
Nancy E. Potter 6 F MO
Marriage record as copied by Missouri Researcher
Wife Elizabeth (Betsy) Bennett
AKA: Potter Born: 1827 - , , , Missouri Christened: Died: Buried:
1 F Nancy E. Potter
Born: 1844 - , , Cooper, MO Christened: Died: Buried:
Ancestry.com. Cooper County, Missouri: Marriages (1819-1850) & Wills (1820-1870). [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Original data: Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather, comp. Marriage Records (1819-1850) and Will Records (1820-1870) of Cooper County, Missouri. Chillicothe, MO: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, circa 1965.
Abraham Potter to Betsey Bennett 10 Nov. 1842 150