Brief Abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County Wills, 1637-, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Colonial dames of America in the state of Virginia, 1914 - Chesapeake (Va.) - 223 pages
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Page 16 - First, and principally, I commit my soul into the hands of Almighty God, and my body to the earth to be decently buried...
Page 28 - the other pte of my Estate I give & bequeath One pte of itt unto Six of the poorest mens Children in Eliz : Riv'r, to pay for their Teaching to read & after these six are entred then if Six more comes I give a pte allsoe to Enter them in like manner.
Page 103 - I nowe possess att the head of a branch that comes out of the Southerne branch of Elizabeth River in the County of Lower Norfolk in Virginia . . . my Executrix . . . witnesses : Francis Sayer.
Page 126 - ... ozonbrigs napkins, a heifer, a paire of good sheets, four breeding sows, and a horse called Sparks ; unto my granddaughter Mary and Susannah Moseley all my wearing clothes ; unto my grandson George Hancock, son of William Hancock, one ewe when he comes of age, . . . etc., unto...
Page 1 - County, formed in 1634. About 1636 that portion of Elizabeth City County, lying on the south side of the James River, was formed into New Norfolk County. About 1637 New Norfolk County was divided into Upper Norfolk and Lower Norfolk Counties; Upper Norfolk County later became Nansemond County, and in 1691 Lower Norfolk was divided into Princess Anne County and Norfolk County.
Page 40 - E f 159. dated 12 Aug. 1673. proved 21 Aug. 1673. . . . my sonne in law John Syllivan two hundred acres of land lying next to that tract formerly given to Edward Ward ... . . . I give his sonne Jno Syllivan . . . . . . to my daughter Ann Hayes two hundred acres . . . . . . unto Joseph Lake & Francis Woodward my horse . . . 200 acres of land I live on ... . . . my wife & my two daughters Isabell Lake and Ann...
Page 86 - Rights toward ye Southward neere Matchepongo, and doe desire ye Same bee surveyed and pattented in my said daughter Elizabeths name.
Page 159 - JOHN BIGG of Elizabeth River in the County of Norfolk in Virginia . . . Book 6 p. 77. dated 4 Sept. 1694. proved 15 Mch. 1696/7 by Joseph Hodges, Jno. Portlock, Tho: Nash & Thomas Etheridge. ... to my Son John Bigg . . . (my Sole Only and Absolute & lawfull heire) ... all my Estate both reall & psonall Except Such leagecyes...
Page 87 - Shillings Sterling Each to buy Each of them a Ring to weare In Remembrance of mee . . . witnesses : Jno.
Page 86 - Land being about two thousand acres Lately pattented in the name & to the use of my said Sone Jno. Keeling being that land that now my mother lives on and called London bridge...

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