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CAPTAIN THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 1601 - 1557 

OF ENGLAND., BARBADOES AND LOWER NORFOLK COUNTY^ VIRGINIA 
SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 1601 - 1800 



COMPILED BY ALICE GRANBERY WALTER 



No part of this book may he reproduced or utilized in any form or by 
any means, electronic or mechanical, including photo- copying, record- 
ing or by any information storage retrieval system without permission 
in writing from the publisher. 

Alice Granbery Walter, Publisher 
Apartment 506, 4004 Atlantic Avenue 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451 



The contents of this book are the result of a study of the Willoughby 
Family in Lower Norfolk County in order to resolve the relationship 
between Captain Thomas Willoughby 's Family and John Herbert's Family. 

Every word in both Book A and Book B of the Lower Norfolk County Records 
has been studied and recorded which pertains to this search. Thomas 
Willoughby of the Southern Branch has been identified and other facts 
proven as a result. 

All reference is to Lower Norfolk or Norfolk County unless otherwise 
noted. 



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Published 1978 

2nd Printing 
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CODE TO DOCUMENTATION 



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A Book A Lower Norfolk County, Va. 

AGW Alice GRanbery, Editor 

Ant History of the Island of Antiqua 

1635-1896 Vere Langford Oliver 

London 1896 

Book B Lower Norfolk County, Va. 

Brief Abstracts of Lower Norfolk 

County Wills 1637 - 1710 

Charles F. Mcintosh 1914 

Brief Abstracts of Norfolk County 

Wills 1710 - 1753 

Charles F. Mcintosh 1922 
C Book C Lower Norfolk County 
Caribbeana - Caribbeana by 

V. L. Oliver 1909-19 
Cog English Duplicates of Lost Va. 

Records. Louis des Cognets, Jr. 

Princeton 1958 
Cooke - Virginia, American Commonwealths 

John Estes Cooke N. Y. 1903 
D Book D Norfolk County 
DB Deed Book 
E Book E Norfolk County 
ERF Elizabeth River Parish Vestry Book 

1749-1761 Ed. Alice Granbery Walter 

1967 

Book F Norfolk County 

Personal Names in Henings Statutes 

at Large of Virginia J. J. Casey 1933 
Hotten - Original Lists of Persons of 

Quality John Camden Hotten 
Hust^ - Calendar of Wills, Court of 

Hustings, London. Ed. Reg. R. Sharpe 

London 1890 
Hutchinson - Genealogical research done by 

Mr. Hutchinson in Barbados records for 

Alice Granbery Walter in 1960s 

Book I (eye) Norfolk County 

Adventurers of Purse & Person 1607- 

1625 Annie Lash Jester Pub. by Order 

of First Families of Virginia. 1964 

Monumental Inscriptions of 

Jamaica, Philip Wright 
Society of Genealogists, 

London 1966 

Journals of the House of Bur- 
gesses of Va. H. R. Mcllwaine 
Richmond 1905 
LyVB Lynnhaven Parish Vestry Book 
George C. Mason 1949 



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Mason - Colonial Churches of 

Tidewater - G. C. Mason 

Richmond 1945 
MB Minute Book 
N Lower Norfolk County Antiquary 

E. W. James 4 vols. 1895 - 
MCGC Minutes of the Council & General 

Court of Colonial Va. 1622-1683 

H. R. Mcllwaine. Richmond 1924 
Nco Norfolk County, Va. 
NC-Ber - Colonial Bertie County, N. C. 

Mary Best Bell 5 vols. 
NC-J Abstracts of Wills of Currituck 

and Dare Cos. 1663-1850 Gordon 

C. Jones N. J. 1958 
Gen Reg - New England Genea. Register 
& Nu2 - Cavaliers & Pioneers 

Nell Marion Nugent 2 vols. 

see Hotten 

Princess Anne County, Va. 

Perogative Court of Canterbury 
Soame - 

Ed J. Henry Lea Boston Mass 1904 
Sher American Colonists in English 

Records George Sherwood 1961 

Va. Wills & Adm. 1632-1800 

Clayton Torrence 1930 

Tombstone 

Va. Magazine of History & Biography 

Va. Antiquary, Princess Anne Loose 

Papers, John Harvie Creecy 1954 

Va. Colonial Abstracts, Beverly 

Fleet 

Va. Company of London, Records of 
The - Susan M. Kingsbury 4 vols 
Washington 1906-35 
w2 - William & Mary Quarterly 
Series 1 & 2 
Will Book 

Unrecorded Wills of Norfolk Co. , Va. 
Elizabeth B. Wingo 
Win2 Marriages of Norfolk Co. 
Elizabeth B. Wingo 



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Marriages of Princess Anne Co. 

Elizabeth B. Wingo 
WmsW - Williamsburg Wills Ed. Wm. A. 

Croqier Baltimore 1954 
WS History of Norfolk & Representative 

People 1637 - 1900 Col. Wra. H. 

Stewart Chicago, 111 1902 

Ed =(Edmondson) Baronagium Genealogicum 

by Joseph Edmondson, Es., Mowbray Herald 1784 England 



THOiT'AS .ij'ILLQUGHSY, Gent, of 3ore Placs co Kent, ing. 

(from a i\lottinghamshire Record) 
b 
dec'd Xmas 1520 (Miscellaneous Genealogica et Heraldica) 

THOMAS vJILLOUGHaY of aoreplace was Sheriff of Kent during the reign of 
Queen Elizabeth (1556-1603) (Weaid of Kent vol 2 p 2) 



dorepiace, near Chiddingstone, is in the Edenbridce area. Edenbridge is 
27 miles from London <2c 7 miles from East Grinstsad co Sussex. 

Sorepiace '^ith the appendant Manor of Milibroke belonged to the family 
of Sore. ('.'j'eald of Kent uoi 2 pt 2 by Mackeson ~G3 1370) 



Xmas 1520 - THOMAS '.'JILLOVJaiE (son of THOMAS, late of Boreplaca co Kent, 
England, Gent, dec'd. apprenticed to THOMAS WILLO'jaiE , Skinners Camoany. 

(Miscellaneous Genealogica et Heraldica) 



(■\iote: Thomas uillouchby of Virginia was 19 years old in 1520) 



OTHER .'JILLCUGHBYS transported to Virginia: 

PETER JILLOUGHEY 22 Jun 1635 - headright in Pat to CAPT: 'JILLIAiM PIERCE 
Esq. Lawnes Cresk (South side of James River) - other headrights inclu- 
ded: BARSARY TA^JMER, WW: THGr-lPSOrJ (Capt. Wm: Tucker's wife's brother), 
THO: RDLFE (son of Pocahontas?), ALICE LAwSOrl (wife of Christopher Law- 
son) et als, (:^U2g) 



ELIZA5ETH 'JILLQUGHaY 16 wlay 1636 - headright in Pat to |V,R. JQHM SELL 
for transportation of: EILZASETH 'vUILLQUGHBY , JOHN BELL et als. (18 Vao 55) 
Accomac Co. 

15 Sep 1657 - headright in Pat to GERl/ASE DOSSON, 
liestmoreland Co. Other headrights included: JIMO: BELL, tJM: LA,"\IGLE, 
JAMES '.aLSON, i^ICHDLAS WASON. (Nu 374) 

7 Oct 1554 - headright in Pat to CAPT. THOi'lAS 
WILLOUGHBY, Lower Norfolk Co. - other headrights included: WARY 3E:\!METT, 
ALEXANDER i JOHN BELL, JAMES WHICHARD, THOMAS '.'JILLOUGHBY , ALICE .'JILLQUGH- 
BY et als (NU 302) 



JOHN i^i'ILLOUGHBY 13 Oct 1653 - head right in pat of CHARLES GRIMES, 
Lancaster County. (,\iU 254) 

6 Jun 1657 - headright in Pat of ZACHERY CRIPPS, Jare 
Neck, Mob jack Bay. Other headrights included: CHARLES GRIMES, JNO: 
i\iCRKEMAN. (the name of iJorkeman is in the early Lower Norfolk Co. Rec) 

(NU 349) 

FR; VJILL0UGH3Y 25 Dec 1653 - headright in Pat to WM : DEBNAM, Mob jack 
Bay. Other head rights included: ALICE CURNCCK (Cornick?) et als. 

(NU 250) 

KATH: JILLOUGHBY 6 Sep 1654 - Headright in Pat to RICHARD HAl'JKINS, 
wJestmoreland Co. (NU 291) 

JACQE •.'JILLOUGHBY 3 Jun 1663 - headright in Pat. to JNO: HUGHLETT, 
Northumberland Co. (John Hughlett was a PAco name) (NU451 ) 

12 Jul 1665 - headright in pat to MR. U'M: BODY, Isle of 
Wight Co, Other headrights included: l-JM: HANCOCK ic HEN: HERBERT et als 

(NU 476) 

ROBERT .JILLOUGHBY 10 Sep 1664 - headright in Pat of COL. EDMUND SCAR- 
BURGH, Accomac Co. Other head riohts included: THOMAS JOY (I'JY) 

(NU 453) 



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WILLOUGHBY IN BARBADOS, BRITISH l>fEST INDIES 



THOMAS WILLOUGHBY , Gent of Bore Place co. Kenc England, 
"b d 1620 called late of Bore Place 

2nd son of THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of Bore Place liv in 1574 

Sheriff of Kent in 1590 (ED) 
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THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 



(Ref: Nottinghamshire Records, Miscellaneous 
Genea. Her. & Edmundson) 



THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, 2nd of the name & 5th Son 

b d 

Was he CAPT. THOMAS W. , Gent., late of Bore Place, 

Kent wtiose son Thomas was the apprentice? 

b Buried 16 Mar 1648/9 in 

the Parish of St. Michaels, 
Barbados (Per. Reg. 1P3) 
Sep 1649 - Adm. of Thomas willoughby deed, to 
Edward Willoughby, the son of Thomas Willoughby 
late of Soutliwark (London, England) but in the 
Island of Barbados, deceased. Elizabeth Willoughby 
the relict. (Caribbeana 5 p 84) 



b after 1600 to be underage 
and an apprentice in 1620 

1620 - Apprenticed to 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of 
the SKINNERS COMPANY. (Was 
this Thomas of the Skinners 
Company his uncle? 

This Thomas is about 
the same age of Capt. Thomas 
Willoughby of Lower Norfolk 
County, va. 



ELIZABETH (was she a Middleton?) 
b d 



1647 - CAPT. MIDDLETON, Master of the ship "Nonesuch" 
arrived at Antiqua which gave the name to Nonesuch 
Harbor, where he anchored. This was one of three 
vessels fitted out from England by COL. THOMAS 
MODDIFORD who had intended settling there, but having 
been driven by bad weather to Barbadoes, he purchased 
an estate there. (Hits, of Antiqua 1 p xx) 

1659 Rec. 18 Jan 1660 - in Norfolk Co., Va. : 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, of ye Barbados, Marriner, 
Agent & Factor in principal unto THOMAS MODYFORD 
& Company appointing THOMAS WILLOUGHBY (this is 
Capt. W's son T. W. II) of Virginia, Gent., his true 
and lawful attorney. (THOMAS MODYFORD died Sep 1679, 
and had been married 29 years in 1668, so born ca 
1599, which would make him about the same age of 
:APT. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY OF VIRGINIA. His tomb 
s in Jamaica. (Jam 1125) 

\pr. 1657 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, deed Entered 19 Aug 1665 
\dministration to THOMAS MIDDLETON, ESQ., nephew of 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBYlate of Virginia , but in Alhalowes 
Jarking, London, England to the use of THOMAS & 
lLIZABETH, the children now beyond the sea. 



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A THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of Barbados, BWI = = Elizabeth 

He was buried in 1648/9, Mar. in the Parish of St. Michaels, Barbados. 

He left a son EDWARD, administrator of his estate and the relict Elizabeth. 

If this Elizabeth, the relict, was a Middleton we may now have the mother 

and father of Captain Thomas Willoughby d. 1657, or did his sister marry a 

Middleton? 

However - no such connection has been proved: 

CAPT: THOMAS WILLOUGHBY (named his only daughter Elizabeth) 

b ca 1601 = said to be 23 years old in 1624 

d before Apr 1657 in Alhalowes, Barking, England. 

1610 came to Virginia in the Ship "Prosperous" 

1627 aged 27 "of Rochester, England" - he was returning to Virginia from 
England. (Lower Norfolk County records do not start until 1637 so 
cannot be checked for a local record of this) 

1644-1647 MERCHANT of RED LYON ALLEY, St. Botolph, Algate, London, England. 

His wife may have been: ALICE - could she have been ALICE LAYTON, daughter 
of JOHN LAYTON and ANN BURRAS, maid servant to Mistress Forrest? JOHN 
& ANN BURRAS LAYTON were the first English marriage on American soil. 
They were married in 1608 in Virginia. 

CAPT: WILLOUGHBY died before Apr. 1657 leaving an estate in Barbadoes. 
His nephew, THOMAS MIDDLETON, Esquire was made administrator of his estate 
for the use of the children THOMAS & ELIZABETH "beyond the seas". 
(NOTE: Nieces and nephews were often recorded as cousins in the early'?' 
records. ) 

CAPT: WILLOUGHBY' s son THOMAS was made administrator of his father's estate 
in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia in 1658. His father having deceased in 
England. This son was bom in 1632 which gives a clue to the possible 
marriage date of his father. ELIZABETH, the daughter, may have been the 
eldest as she married before her brother which may mean that the father 
married before or by 1628-1630. 

CAPT: WILLOUGHBY is not on the list of Commissioners of Justices appointed 
by Sir Wm. Berkeley, however, each time he returned to Virginia he immediately 
presided as Justice at each Court and was a Burgess for most of the time that 
he spent in Virginia. He was in England in 1627* and many times thereafter. 
Out of an 18 year period he spent 12 years out of the Colony and much of the 
time was in England, and probably in Barbados. 



CAPT: TriO.-lAS .'JILLQUGHaY of 3AR5ADCS = = ELIZAaETH 

(was she a Middleton?) 
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d buried 15 iusr 1648/9 Parish of St. michaels, Barbados (Par. .^eg 1 p 3) 

Sep 1649 - Administration of THQi'lAS WILLQUGH5Y dec'd to Edward JILL0U3HBY, 
the son of THOr.AS -^jILLQUGHBY late cf Southwark (London, England) but in 
the Island of 3AR3ADQS , deceased. ELIZABETH 'JILL0LIGH3Y the relict. 

(Caribceana 5 pSA) 

There was no WILLOUGHBY included among the 1633 list of Landed Proprietors 
in Barbados. (Hutchinson) 



If this Elizabeth '.Jilloughby was a [-lidleton we have the father i mother 
of Thomas 'Jilloughby of Virginia. 

If this Thomas is a brother of Sir Psrcival '.Jilloughby , who did come to 
Virginia, then it would bear out the many publications that have thought 
that Thomas I of Virginia was the nephew of Sir Percivai. 

CAPT. THOMAS WILLOLGHEY ESQ of Virginia was absent in Virginia from 
Dec 1646 to Jun 1649 

(NOTE: Were Capt. Thomas Willoughby of Barbados and his relict Elizabeth 

the mother and father of Capt. Thomas Willoughby of Barbados, Virginia 
and Alhalowes, Barking, England deceased in 1657. This Capt. T. W. 
named his two children Thomas and Elizabeth. 



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LINE - 3 - ISSUE OF: THOIL'.S .y'lLLJUCHBr OF BORE PLACE ^ CAT.-lliRINE dau OI SIR PERCIVAL HART (£D V p 



(1) V4s SIR PERCIVAL WILLOL'CHBY, Kt. 

ED OF BORE PLACE, KENT 

Son ^ Heir of Wollacon Kail 
Motes, & Hiddlecon jure Uxoris 
Knighted ac Worksop 20 Apr 1603 
b ca 1556 d 
1620 Paid t 20 Virginia Company 
( 3 VC 335) 



BRIDGET WILLOUGHBY Eldest dau 

of Sir Francis of Wollaton 

(ED com Notts i Middleton Com. 
V409)Warv. to whom her father 
gave ye said estates. 
b d 

WINIFRED WILLOUGHBY, Younger dau 
of Sir Francis of Wollaton 

b d 



(2) Vis EDWARD WILLOUGHBY 

(3) ED Seated at COSSALL HALL. Com.Notts. 



b bef 1574 prob ca 1562 d 

= (ED) ca 1595^ 

ELIZABETH dau of John Atkinson 

of Nottingham, Gent. 



(1) Vis FRIDESWIDE Eldest Daughter 
b bef 1574 prob. ca 1560 

(3) Vis THO.''IAS WILLOUGHBY, Gent 

r:; ed of bore place, kent 

b bef 1574 prob ca 1564 

d bef 1620 (Misc. Genea. etHeraldica) 



b d 

Was she another dau of Sir 

of Wollaton? 



(4) Vis ROBERT WILLOUGHBY 

ED of 



b bef 1574 prob ca 1568 

d 



(51 


Vis GEORGE WILLOUGHBY 


(not in ED) 




b bef 1574 


d 


(6) 


Vis HENRY WILLOUCHSV 


(not In ED) 



h bef 1574 d 

(5) ED THOMAS WILLOUGHBY (not in Vis) 

(8ti'. aop. ?) 2nd of name of Thomas 

b after 1574 prob ca 1576-80 
Was he Cape. Thomas Willoughby 
of Barbados? Who was buried 
16 Mar 1648/9 in the Parish of 
St. Michaels. 8ar- 
Bados (Per.Reg. Ip3) 
Sep 1649 - Administration of 
Thomas Willoughby deed to EDWARD 
WILLOUGHBY, the son of Thomas 
Willoughby late of Sourthwark, 
London, England, but in tlie 
Island of Barbados, deceased. 
Elizabeth, tiie relict. 

(Caribeanna 5 p 34) 

= prob ca 1598-1600 

ELIZABETH 



(2) 


Vis 


ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 






b bef 1574 d 


(3) 


Vis 


3RIGI0 WILLOUGHBY 






b bef 1574 d sans yssue 


(4) 


V i s 


CECILY WILLOUGHBY 






b bef 1574 d 


1 ',5> 


Vis 


PHILLIPPA WILLOUGHBY 



b bef 1574 



LINE C - ISSUE OF WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY 

FRANCIS WILLOUGHBY 

settled at Charlestown Mass 
22 Aug 1538. Selectman 1640-1547 
The rest of this family in Mass. 
down to Charles Clarke Willoughby 
of Waeertown, Mass. who married in 
1883 and had issue. 



MR.- \LI< !■■ '.I<A.\KK1!^ 'AAMKK 
Mill A:ljiihi .\\fnut-. SulU- ■">'Hi. \"ii;:ini;i UimiIi. N'iryinia 2:J4.5l 



SIR FRANCIS WILLOUGHBY of Wollacon Kt. FRANCIS W ILLOUGHBY only son 



b 

1st son 



d 1665 Bur. at 
Middleton 



CASSANDRA dau of Thomas Ridgeway 
Earl of Londonderry, Ireland 
b d 



d 3 July 1672 bur. ac 
Middleton 

LETTICE WILLOUGHBY 



= Thomas Wendy, Kt of the Bath 
CATHERINE WILLOUGHBY 



EDWARD WILLOUGHBY 2nd s on 
ED gives no more information 



= Clement Winscanley, Esq. 



GEORGE WILLOUGHBY of Cossall 
b 14 Mar 1602/3 d 1638 

s next Generation in 1700s 

ELIZABETH dau of George Nevill 

of Ragnall Com. Notts, Esq. 
b d 

FRANCIS WILLOUGHBY 2nd son 
of Espley Com. Notes, Esq. 
Councellor at Law Ch. S. P. 

I EDWARD WILLOUGHBY 3rd son 



He attended Merchant Taylors School 
1613-1618. Was a London Merchant and 



East Indies Co. Service. 
His will PCC 91 Lee in which 
Jeremie Sambrook (Old Merchant 
Taylor Haberdasher) is appointed 
executor. 



of Espley 

ELIZABETH dau of 
of Bransby Com. 



_Chelmondsly 
_Esq 



THO^US WILLOUGHBY- did he have a son-THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 



b aft 1600 prob d 
Xmas 1620 - Apprenticed to THOMAS 
WILLOUGHBY of Che Skinners Company. 
(His uncle Thomas in Barbados?) 
(Noctinghamshire Record S Misc. 
Genealogical et Heraldica) 



A ROBERT WILLOUGHBY 

was a head right in pacene to Col. 

Edmund Scarburgh in 1664 to 

Accomac, Co., Va. (Nu) 

CAPT THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, Mariner 



of Parish of St. Michaels .Barbados 
= before 1654 

.ALICE BISHOP dau of CHRISTOPHER 
(Barbados Deeds) 



a nephew THOMAS MIDDLETON Esq. 
In Barbados - Hts 



Of England, Barbados i Virginia 

b 1601 (Hoteen) d 1657 in England 

1610 Came eo Va. in ehe Prosperous 

1623/4 Among ehe living at Basses 

Choice on South side of James River. 

6 Jul 1626 - of Rochester, aged 27years, was a passenger on the ship 
Peter and John for Virginia, and he is spoken of as an old 
settler returning to the Colony, We cannot doubt that he was 
the Emigrant of 16 years before. (Va. Caroiorum p 46 i 
Sainsbury's Calendar of Va. State Papers vol 1) 

From 15 ."-ay 1637 Capt. Willoughby was out of the colony until he 
recurned to preside at Court 

2 .Mar 1639/40. An absence of 2 years and 10 months. (A p 32 Nco) 

From ."-Lar 1641/2 until he presides at Coure on 24 Apr 1643. (A 177 Nco) 
He tias been home only 8 or nine monehs 

From April eo December 1643 he apparenely eakes anocher trip. 

He presides at Court again on 15 May 1646. 

The absences from Court continue at intervals and in 

Aug 1647 he again is absenc until 15 Jul 1648. (Could he have 

gone to Barbados to claim his share of his father's estate?) 

In a period of 18 years he is only in the Colony about 6. 

24 May 1655 - He is wished a happy and prosperous voyage by the 

Commissioners of Lower Norfolk County, Va. He never returns 
from this voyage. (C 158 Nco) He is expected back Feb 1656/7 

April 1657 A Barbados record - (D 25a Nco) 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY ESQ. dec'd, adrainistracion to THO: 
MIDLETON, ESQ., nephew of THOMAS WILLOUGHBY late of Va., 
but in ALHALOWES BARKING, London, England to the use of 
THOMAS & ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY ye children now beyond the sea. 

(Caribeanna 5 p 205) 

15 Aug 1658 Commission of .Administration is graneed uneo THOS : 
WILLOUGHBY JR. upon his father's estate, CAPT. THOMAS 
WILLOUGHBY who deceased in England. (D p 162 Nco) 

13 Feb 1659/60 recorded 18 Jan 1660/61 - I THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of 
ye BARBADOS, Agent 4 Factor in Principal unto THOMAS 

MODYFORD i COMPANY have made &c appointed THOMAS 

WILLOUGHBY, Gent., of Virginia to be my true and lawful 
Attorney. (D 285 Nco) 



■.flien CRO.MWELL died COLONEL THOMAS MODYFORD was appointed Governor 

of Barbados on 16 Jul 1660. His term of office was short as the 

restoration of Chas. II produced a change in Government that same 

year, 1560. Afterwards, SIR THOMAS MODYFORD removed with his 

property to Jamaica where he introduced the cultivation of sugar. 

He succeeded COL. LYNCH as Governor of Jamaica. (Uutclilnson-Schon p230. ) 



DID CAPT. THOHi\S WILLOUGHBY have a sister wlio may have 
married THOMAS MIDDLETON and had a son THOMj\S MIDDLETON? 
This would account for the nephew, Thomas Middleton. 



EDWARD WLLLOUGHBY 



nf hi^ f.Trht^r «; p-^rarp 



yizzLZTZ'. c:.. :::ti:-. ~: :,--~;i. T-:;n£ ..ill:-:-;" :" ::-::. i\ 

LQNBQN - p 163 - r.iIDOLETON , 1476. ff. 21 4b. 31 2b Pedigree 

i'lIDLETQ.'^J , from co. Denbigh 1476. fo. 242, 1504 fo. 109 
Add. I'l'iS .5535.P.159 

MIDDLESEX - p 197 - (no i.liddleton listed) 

I'lIDLEi^'lORE of E>Jr'IELD, 1551.fo. BSb Pedigree 

ESSEX - p 103 - ,MIDLETQ:\i of STAivlSTED, from co . Denbigh 

1083 . fo. lib. 1137. fo. 136b. 1432.'fo. 15Gb. 
1542. fo. 194. 

CHESHIRE - p 43 -r-iIDLETON of CHESTER, 1505. fo. 102. 1535. ff 1.152,209. 
2187. fo. 89. Add. iViS 5529. fo. 46. 

(index to the Pedigrees 4 Arms in the Heralds' 
Visitations and other Genealogical fiianuscripts 
in the British Museum - by R . Sims, London 1S49) 

Tha numbers are to be considered as al'-uays 
referring to Manuscripts in tha Harleian 
Collection, unless otherwise specified) 



Middleton connection to .-Jilloughby 

THOMAS f1IDDL£TDN, Plercsr 

wd LQWDCM 25 Nov 1434 wp 24 Feb 1435/5 

To be buried in 5aint f'lary's Chapel in Ciurch of Saint Laurence in Gld 
Jewry under the stone where lies JOHiNJ WIDDLETOM , his uncls. 

wife: LETICIA, lands in Parish of Saint Laurence as aforesaid and 
also the residue of his goods, movable and immovable, after 
discharge of deots, to be at her own disposal and for the good 
of his soul. (Roll 154(34)) - (Calendar of .Jills, Court of 
Husting, London vol. 2 p 475, Ed. Reg. R. Sharpe 1S90 London) 



Middlston connection to .'Jilloughby 

THOmAS MIDDLETQW, Skinner 

wd 23 filar 1566/7 wp 30 I'vlou 1571 (Hust2 p 589 - Roll 256 (150)) 

To be buried in the Parish Church of Saint Pancras (in co. ."'liddlasex 
or in Soperlane or liJestchepe) (Saint Pancras, Soperlane, London i St. 
Pancras, in the Fields, London) 

Bequests to those of the livery of the Company of Skinners attending 
his burial. 

wife: ALICE, two messuages in the Parish of Saint Stephen in 

Colmanstrete (Parish of St. Stephen, Coleman Street is 
in London) in fee. 



7 



Sir Thomas ''liddiston continued 

15 Apr 1623 - Letter from CAP7. ."ILES KE:JDALL in Samers Islands to SIR 
ZD'yJl^ SA:>iDY5, addressed to his house in London. (<i\yci2l) 

"those 5 shares that iViIDDL£TGi''J (Sir Thomas) and HLii"iFERYE5 are on are 
sufficiently supplyed if ye sena them 4 boyes apeice. They have had 
ill success with those they brought." 

(The above seems to mean that Sir Thomas f'liddleton is in Bermuda) 

1623-1524 I-JILLIAM L'JILLSY (Jilloughby?) , Stationer adventurer to Vir- 
ginia with the l/irginia Company of London. (4.UC365) 

16 Feb 1623 AWTHOiMY iViIDDLETQN among the living at Elizaoeth City Co. 
Virginia. (Hotten 132) 

1620 DAVID iiiIDDLETOi\I chosen to be Councellor of Virginia Court 

(IVC 379,479) 

16ia or 1619 FRA.^JCIS MIDDLETON adventurer to Virginia b12/l0 (3VCa6) 

1624 HENRY laiDDLETQN on list of Burials in Elizabeth City Co., Virginia 

(Hotten 257) 

1618 or 1519 JOHN MIDDLETON adventurer to Virginia bo/S (3VC 86) 

24 Jul 1635 JCHi^ iV.IDDLETQN 4 MARIE I'lIDDLETON to be transported to 
Virginia in the Assurance. (Hottan 111,113) 

1620 - jQHiN T'lIDDLETCN witnessed the will of JiLLIA.Vi ,"mIDDLETQ:^J of 5ur- 
3age co Leicester, England. 

7 Mar 1623 RICHARD r'lIDDLETQiJ - One share Virginia Company of London 
to RICHARD imIDDLETOM by JQH^J 3UDGE. (2VC327) 

7 Mar 1622 - same as above. (3VC 66) 

161B or 1519 RCSERT MIDDLETQ.M, Adventurer to Virginia b37/lC (3VCS6 ) 
1624 Adventurer to Virginia (4VC355) 

ROBERT IVIDDLETON who died in Virginia, a Bachelor. (Sherwood) 
wd 3 Apr 1627 admon. 13 Jul 1627 (PCC 7B Skynner) 
■James brother: JJILLIAM "iIDDLETC^J in Hamton, Yorkshire 

1635 EDJARD MIDDLETQW , 15 years old, abcard the Dorst bound for 
3ermodos (Hotten 132) 

1673 EDkiJARD imIDDLETON held 2 shares of Land at East End of St. leorges 
Island in the Somer Islands (Hotten 304) 

EDWARD "iIDDLETQ'J d. 1655: from England to the Barbados, thence to 
South Carolina 1678, where he received large tracts of land; was 
Lord Proprietor's dep., irember of the Grand Council 167S-d4( Lrinig 43) 
."'".arriec (2) 165C 3ARA wiocw of RICHARD Fj'JELL of the Barbados. 



Middleton connection to wJilloughby 
SIR THOMAS plIDLETON 



Will of ^JICHOLAS FARRAR, Citizen and Skinner of London, of Saint 
Benedict, Sherhogg (Saint Sennet Sherehog, London). 

wd 23 f'lar 1619/20 wp 4 Apr 1520. "Sir Edwin Sandys, Treasurer of the 
Company of Virginia for College in Virginia for conversion of the in- 
fidel children. Son: JOHN FARRAR. To Poor in Harford (Hertford, Hert- 
fordshire) where I was born Company of Skinners whereof I am a 

brother, friend and sometime partner, SIR THOf'''iAS fillDDLETON , friends 
m. HUGHE MIDDLETOW, i^S . AMNA MIDOLETOM widow, cousin I'lARY STEAD, 
daughter FARRAR, son JOHN COLLETT and his wife, their daughter MARY 
under 21 years whom I have brought up from her cradle, the rest of my 
daughter, COLLET'S children (under 21) my grandchild .NICHOLAS FARRAR 
the house where I now dwell bought of C^TR. WILLIAM ALL E.N in St. Sythes 
Lana, Parish of St. Senett Sherehogge, London. Sons NICHOLAS FARR!\r\, 
RICHARD FARRAR. To poor 75 gowns which is my age. .'Jife ."ilARY FARRAR/ 
executor son NICHOLAS. (P.C.C. Soame 352) 

1613 (or 1619) Adventurer to Virginia - SIR THOMAS MIDLETON (3VCa5) 

5 u'lar 1619/20 - Letter to Sir Edwin Sandys written at Harrowhattocke 
from '.■Jilliam .Jeldon: 

"but one of the best seats is aireaoy planted by 
CAPT. MATHEJS for the use of SIR THOMAS MIDDLETGN i Aioer.man JOHNSON 
-(one of two seats)- most convenient and likely to prove the most 
beneficial for the present use of the Colledge (at Henrico)" (3VC264) 



22 Jun 1620 - On a list of the Adventurers (of the Virginia Company of 
London) with their several sums adventured 

NICHOLAS FERRAR b 50 SIR THOMAS MIDDLETO.N b 62/10 

JOHN LANGLEY b 25 ROBERT MIDDLETON b 37/10 

JOHiN FERRAR b 12/10 JOHN MIDDLETON b 6/5 

JOHN ROBINSON b 75 FRANCIS MIDDLETON b 12/10 

SIR PERCIVAL -JILLOUGHBY b 50 PHILIP, EARL OF MONTGOMERY b 120 

WILLIAM, Earl of PEMBROKE b 400 (these last two are HERBERTS) 

(3VC 329,330,331 ,332,335,339,340) 



May 1623 - On a list of the names of divers Knights, Citizens and 
Surgesses of the Lower House of Commons that are adventurers and free 
of the Virginia Company and yett have not had nor followed the bussines; 
for sundry years: (4VC157) 

SIR THOMuAS JERMIN (JERMY) SIR THOMAS MIDDLETON 



Middleton connection to iJilloughby 

WILLIAM MIDDLETQM of Burbage co. Leicester, England, Yeoman 

wd 14 Jul 1520 lup 21 Nov 1620 (P.C .C .Soame 459) 

wife: AiM,'^£ (widow of Hunt?) 

dau-in-law: MARGARET HUNTE to marry my kinsman THOMAS MIDDLETOiN 

(as no sons are named in will the Hunts must be step- 
sons, sons of his wife by a former husband) 
sons-in-law: JQHW , GEORGE, THOMAS (under 21) and RICHARD HUNT 
the 2 children of RICHARD JATKYN 

the 6 children of THOMAS DUNCKLYE of Crycke (Crick, iMorthants. ) 
sister-in-law: ALICE MIDDLETQN 
kinswoman: ANNE BENNETT 

Exor: my nearest kinsman THOMAS MIDDLETQN 

Overseers: friends i neighbors: TH03 : ARMESTON i JOHN .JATKYN 
Wit: THOMAS ARMESTON, THOMAS DQUNKLYE, JOHN MIDDLETQN, JOHN .JATKINS 

see also will of SARA MIDDLETQN, Spinster, of London (P.C. C. Soame 699) 
wd 1520 - names: brothers WILLIAM MIDDLETON and JAMES MIDDLETQN. 

will of ROBERT MIDDLETQN who died in Virginia, a Bachelor (adv. 1616) 

wd 3 Apr 1527 admon. 13 Jul 1527 

Named: brother .uILLIAM MIDDLETON in Hamton, Yorksnire England (Sherwood) 



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CAPT THQulAS MIDDLETON ESQ. = zTLIZAEETH 

wd 5 Dec 1672 Entered 15 iV,ar 1672 in Barbados (Rsccrds of) 

Sola executor: son BE.NJJAWL^J iMIDDLETQM 

Overseers: his friends, :uR. JOHN BUCKIJDRTH, MAJOR ,NEHEiViIAH BORIN.J, MY. 

>JICHO: DAJES to help and advise his son. 
.'Jit: SIWON NICHOLS, NICHOLAS DAUIES, JNQ: NICHOLLS, ROGER SHULLER, 

JOHN ^'EST Ser. (Sr.?) 

being sick in body all his lanas, tenements, estates ic 

in ENGLAND 'should be charged for the payment of his just debts and 
legacies in the first place, but should these be insufficient to meet 
them, then all of his plantations and estates in 3AREADQS , 'JE.J E/JGLAND, 
and ANTIQUA should be charged with the payment of the residue 

To beloved '.uife, ELIZABETH b1 50 per annum chargeable to his planta- 
tions and lands in Barbados, New England, Antiqua and elsewners. She 
was to be paid on the feast days of the Birth of Christ and the Nati- 
vity of St. John the Baptist in equal portions at the dwelling house 
of JNO: wEST in WALBRQKE (Jalbook?) LONDON. Should his wife happen to 
give birth to a son after his decease, he left him also an annuity of 
b150 annually for his natural life, but should she give birth to a 
daughter after his decease then he bequeathed to nar blOOC at 21 and 
an annuity of b50 from the death of his wife until she attain to the 

age of 21 or on the day of her marriage also to his wife, his 

coach and horses, bed and furniture in any room of the house 

He had had dealings with CAPT HENRY CuLLETCN deed., and directed that 
his widow and children be discharged from all accounts and demands 
with the exception of any legacies made to them by him 

To. sister: REBECCA JILXINS b12 per annum 

To son: BENJAMIN TmIDDLETON and lavjful heirs; his plantations called 
the Mount and Ualley, with their appurtenances, in Barcados, and his 
lands and plantations in New England, Antiqua and elsewhere beyond the 
seas i/ith the appurtenances thereof. He left his lands. Hereditaments 
freeholds or lease in KE^JT or elsewhere in ENGLAND to nis son BENJA'ilIN 
his heirs and assigns, and also such monies, debts, plate, jewels, 
household goods, chattels and estate which haa not been bequeathed in 
his will. Should his son BENJAiMIN depart this life without lawful 
issue then his plantations in BARBADOS, New England, Antiqua and else- 
where should be divided into three portions. 

In such an event 1/3 of his plantations should be divided among the 
children of his daughter ELIZABETH FRZRZ by CAPT. TOBIAS TRERE and 
their heirs; 

1/3 part between the two daughters of CAPT. HENRY CGLLETGN viz: URSULA 
wife of '.'JILLIAi'", GOLD and ARABELLA wife of SA"LL: PETT equally; 

1/3 part of the said plantations should go to the piaster ana Company 
of Trinity House and to their sucsssor for the poor of such company, 

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Capt. Tho:nas ^Uddleton will continued: 

To URSULA daughter of HE^JRY CQLLETOfJ and .uife of .JlLLlAiV; GOLD b5aa 

To her sister ARABELLA wife of SAraUELL PATT b500 bSOD in full of any 
demand or claim whatsosvar. 

To the Master and Company of Trinity House t5 for the poor of the Company 

signed: THQ : MIDOLETOrJ 



152D - In will of 'JILLIAM ftilDDLETOiNl of Burbage co. Leicester, England 

Yeoman: 

"Dau-in-law (step-dau) MARGARET HUNTE to marry my nearest kinsman THOMAS 

MIDDLETO:i" sister-in-law ALICE MIDDLETD,^i. . .wit: JOHN MIDDLETOM 

(pre Hoame 459 ) 

163a - CAPT. THOMAS MIDOLETOIM 3c CHRISTOPHER MIDDLETOM are Landed Prop- 
rietors in Barbados. (Hutchinson) 

1544 to 1673 there are Counter Deed in Barbados of THOMAS MIDDLETOM. 

1547 - The ship "Monesuch", Capt. MIDOLETQ.'J, Master, arrived at ArJTIQUA 
in 1547, wnich gave the name to ■^Jonesuch Harbor, where he anchored. This 
was one of 3 vessels fitted out from England by COL. THOMAS MQDDIFORD 
who had intended settling there, but having been driven by bad weatner 
to BARBADOS, he purchased an estate there. (Hist, of Antique 1 p xx) 

(In 13 Feb 1659 Recorded 13 Jan 1560 in iMorfolk County Records (dp235) 
I, THOMAS jJILLOUGHBY of ye Barbados, Marriner, Agent i "actor in prin- 
cipal unto THOMAS MODYFORD i COMPANY have made ic appointed THOMAS 

;i'iILLQUGH3Y (II) of Virginia, Gent., to be my true and lawful attorney. 
.Jit: THQ: HONE i JAMES LAS5ELLE.) (THOMAS MODYFORD died Sep 1679, had 
been married 29 years in 1563 (born ca 1520?). He was called Sir Thas. 
Sarronet, former Governor of Jamaica where his tombstone is. (jam 1125)) 

In 1548 - of St. Leonards, Bromley co. Middlesex, England 

In 1557 - of Stratford, co. Essex, England 

In 1572 - of London, in his will proved in Barbados 

In 1551 - Marshall of the Court of Common Place Pleas for the Precincts 
of the Parish of St. James and St. Thomas in Barbados. 

9 Wov 1647 - JONATHAN ANDREfJS of London made arrangements with MR. THO: 
MIDDLETON and JOSEPH JARD for transporting certain goods at the Port of 
Barbados. The ship anchored on the -Jinward Port and not at the Port of 
Barbados when it arrived at the Island. This was an inconvenience and 
THO: .JARDALL i THO: ANDRE'.JES protested against CAPT. THO: MIDDLETON Jc 
JOSEPH WARD and claimed damages. Deed signed 28 Dec 1547. (vol 20235) 

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I^5=c sLz-BC 11 '.^v I54; i.-zsrec '5 -. -r ".£5; (Ear^accs Zeecs) 

In znis s ==c 7-.C."-->5 '■' IZZ'l.Z~Z'< ZzZ . is csscricsc as ::=ionci."'.c ta Saint 
Leonard's Eroniey co. .'''iaalasex, L.-.glar.c. 

He appointed £D'*ARD PYE ^ CZ.'.STA.'iT SYLvEETEP. to ba nis la-.-jl attor- 
neys in Earsados, 

In another deed in 1552 these Gentlensn, it was recoraad, had appointed, 
by the po'^ar invested in then anc th= letter of 11 ^Jou 16A3 recorded 

14 Apr 1559 appointing them attorniss, THGr'AS RE-^'ILL a .T.srchant of 5ar- 
oaoos to be substituted in their place, succasting tnat it .•jculd ts 
convenient. 

= et.ueen 1554-1653 THOMS iiUDDLETC.\ sailed frr- Eristcl England, his 
destination Virginia. (Erisrol E2) 

15 Dec 1555 ThO: ."JDLETON one of heacrigncs in patent to 2R. 3ILE5 
i"'lGCE to ."'Jew Kent :o. , Virginia (.N'J 222) 

Apr 1557 - THCi'^IAS jJILLOUGHSY, deed. - administration to THO: jiiIDDlE- 
~::. Z~Z., nephew of THQHIAS JILLGLiGHSY late of Virginia, but in 
A;.-AL3.j£5 3ArtKi:Ju, LGNDQ.N", ENGLA.VD to the use of THC: i ELIZ: .JILL- 
ougncy ye cnilcrsn now oeyono tne sea. (nac tna cnildren previously 
been in Barcados and it jouIq see.-n tnaL Thomas Jiiioughcy of Virginia 
.T.ust have hac business intsrests there, Psrnaps his ^Tiany trips out 
of tne Colony of Virginia inclucac s^ays in Earcaccs.) 

In cnis incen:;,_:re 7HC.'"A5 'StlZZLZ'Z'. LIZ., zf Etratforo co. Esaax, Er.g., 
appointed ROBERT GVERBARY, a citizen and carpenter of Lcndcn as nis 
agent in tne trade of a carpenter for four years in Earcaccs. 

Eet'jjeen 1563-1579 ThCE : ."OIDDL E/"I = E sailec from Bristol, Englanc ces- 
tination Barbacos. (Bristol 120) 

23 Fee 1553 i again 10 Sep 1564 (rjU 454, 463) 

THO: MIDOLET0;>J headrignt in Patents of „OHM REfJNY, Acccmac Go., Va. 

Deeo signed E "ay 1672 Enterac 25 .an 1575 (Barbadcs Gescs) 
T-G/'AS ■■■IGG;_E7G.'. as "'arsnall zf tna Gcur" zf Gci-.-on Pleas hald for the 
Precincts zf tna Parish cf 5t. _2-es in Earcaccs, by virtue of an -ct 

aatec 29 Aug 1551, sold to ;"jhRT.--. ..G .zZ and his assignas 19E5 sc. ft. 

of land in Barbados in 5t. fflichael. The Land was near tne 'Jortn sice 
of 5t. fnichaeli' s Tctuna. (Bt. Ydchaell's To';jne is now kno'^n as Ericcs- 
tovun and is the Gapital of Barbadcs.) 

The acove Geed ,T,ay oossicly belong to the THOi"A£ rillGDLETO^', younger 
than this one for tnere are ouher deeds jjhich '^ara signec after t^is 
Thomas' deach, in 1572/3. 



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THOMAS MIDDLETOM 

These deeds in luhich THQWA5 MIDDLETDW as Marshall sold land seem to be 
dated a little late for his will was Entered 15 T'lar 1672/3. 

Aug 1673 THOr^iAS WARSH as Marshall sold land to THOMAS ALLL'J relict of 
Capt. BART ALLIM, but then wife of JOHN 3URGES5E CLARK situated in the 
Parish of St. Peter. 

Deed ;\lov 1673 land in Parish of St. Michael to JILLIAM GIi\iGAY. 

Deed signed Sep 1673 he sold land with a house situated in Swan Street 
in the Town of St. Michael to RICHARD FORSTALL. 

Deed signed Jun 1681 Mention was made of the fact that under the hand 
and seal of THOMAS MIDDLETQN formerly Chief Marshall of the Court of 
Common Pleas for the precincts of St, James and St. Thomas, land with 
a stone house had been sold to JOHM BUSHELL and FRANCIS BOND on 23 
Jan 1571. (This seems to place all these deeds with Capt. Thomas 
Middleton, Esq as Marshall. The dates after his death do not say 
who did the signing, and they may well haue been entered after his 
death.) (all deeds from Barbados Recoras) 



However: There was a later THOMAS MIDDLETON: 

THOMAS MIDDLETON 

1678 - on List of all men, women i children, whites and blacks in the 
seuerall Divisions in the Island of Antiqua. 

Falmouth Division: THOMAS MIDDLETON, 2 white men, 2 white women, 2 
white children, 1 negro woman. (Ant Ivii) 



THOMAS MIDLETON of Tanton, Somersetshire, England 

a Jan 1585 - on list of Sir JILLIAM BOOTH'S list of Prisoners sent to 

Barbados (convicted Rebells). (Hottsn 334) 

28 Jan 1685 - THQS: MIDLETON, convicted Rebel, Imported (Hotten 333) 



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MEMORAMDUf'l That on or about the Twenty fowerth (sic) day of June in the 
yeare of our Lord God One Thousand six hundred, forty nyne JOHW MIDDLE- 
TON late of L£iJES in the County of SUSSEX bachellow (sic), being then 
of sound and perfect mind and memory and with a full intent and purpose 
to make and declare his last will and Testament by word of mouth, said, 
as follouieth. That is to say, I give and bequeath unto my deare and lov- 
ing friend and fellow souldier Mr. DAMIELL TYDIE all my estate as well 
reall as personall and whatsoever, wheresoever, or by whomsoever due and 
owing unto me at the time of my death; And hee named and ordained the 
said DANIELL TYDIE, to bee the Executor of this his last will; Which 
words /or the very like in effort/ were spoken by him the said JOHN 
MIDDLETON in the presence and hearing of THOMAS SUTTON and THOMAS THOR- 
OWGOOD. (24 June 1549) 

(Public Record Office, London Ref : E 315/483 4977 p 25) 



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■Jill of SIR THOMAS :'!YDDELT0.\7:mIDDLET3.'; of Chirks Castla co Zer.zizh ,:art. 
wd 24 F ea 1679/30 - i\lo probate given (Pub Rec Of f ice, London .Ref:£ 214/1409) 
■Jitnssses: JQH.'J FISHER, THOmAS LIN'SEY, JILLIAf.] SiV.EiJT i THOr'-AS .jITHE'vIDEi'j 
Executrix: wife CHARLOTTE (sole executrix) 

Trustees: 

SIR THONAS GROSVErJOR of Eaton co Palatine of Chester, Eart: 

SIR JOHN SRIDGEi^iA.N of Castle Sromidge co .Caruuick, Bart: 

"lUTTOM DAVID Esq: of Llannerck co Oenbioh - bequeathed - b 20 

"my body to be interred in ye Parish Church of Chirke in ye vault belong- 
ing to my family in ye Chauncell of ye Church." 

"if there should be 2 or more daughters & 1 son at my decease, then to 
each daughter b 5000 a piece over <5: above such portion as is made for 
them by my marriage settlement." 

" to only daughter CHARLOTTE fOYDDELTON , in case no son is liveing at my 
decease b 10,000 in addition to my marriage settlement of b 5000 to make 
up the sums of b 15,000." -later in will - " b 100 yearly for first four 
years 4 b 200 yearly until the moiety of her portion shall 'os raised - 
a like sume to any other daughter or daughters." 

"my brother. RICHARD ijIYDDELTO'J Esq. * " b 500 

THOfi^AS jViYDDLETOrj Esq. "my other brother" ♦* (bros. with same name) b 300 

'my honored brother in law RT . HON. LORD CHOLf^:C^JDLEY " b 20 
No relationship given: "to THOi'mAS CHGLi"0NDLEY Esq of Verte Royall 

CO Palatine of Chester" b 50 

"to FRANCIS CHOLp'.CMDLEY Esq" (amount is corn) b 

"my uncle RICHARD WYDDELTON Esq of ye City of London, f.lerchant" *** b 10 
"my uncle CHARLES mIYDDELTON Esq **** b 5 

"my Aunt WAIWJARING" b 20 

" to CHARLES MAINWARING Esq my black stoned horse and" b 20 

"my sister BE?Ji\IETT fc 100 

"my kinsman (Vir. Justice MANLEY HO'JJARD, of my Court" b 20 

" to ORLANDO, my godson " b 100 

" to HUGH MEREDITH of (?)entre Eysham b 20 4 to his gr-son, my 

god-son THOMAS MEREDITH" b 100 

" To my god-daughter '.JAR3URT0N dau of GEO: .JARBURTON Esq. b 100 

SERVANTS 

PETER FDL'LKES b 6 yearly for life and my wearing apparrell 
THOMAS of ..'IS HARD b 20; PETER DAVID b 10; THOMAS ED'..'ARD5 b 5. All the rest 
of my servants which shall live with me at time of my death to each of them 
one years wages. (see Mutton David i Sir Francis Edwards elsewhere) 

to JOHN MYDDELTGN Esq b 20 i to JOHN MYDDELTON of London, Grocer b 20 
to each of the children of SIR FRANCIS EDiJARDS , Bart: which are new living 

b 20 



to ye Rt. Rev. DR. FELL Le BISHOP of Oxford t 50 

to Christ Church, Oxford 200 

to f'^y CHAPLAI.M m. BOUND 5 

to ye ARCH DEACON HUGHES 5 

to SIR JOHN SALISBURY, Bart: 20 

to CAPT: ELLIS SUTTON, my Capt. Lieut. 5 

ye CURATE of CHIRKE 20 

DR. POWELL 5 

COLL: ROBINSON 40 

RICHARD PARRY Esq: 20 

COLL: WILLIAM PRICE 40 shillings to buy him a ring = 2 

JOHN 'JYNNE of iT.elay Esq: 5 
SIR THOi'i'.AS 'JILBRAHAM, Bart: "a promise made by me to be paid in 

three years after my decease" b 20G0 

(Note: Sir Thomas Widdleton has bequeathed well over b 20,000 which does 
not include his wife's moiety, nor "his whole estate" which is to revert 
to his closest male heir according to seniority of birth, his issue, 
or in the event of no such issue to his brother Richard and his heires 
male and so to his other brother and in turn to his uncles. This whole 
will is based on seniority of birth in the male line of the family. 
Stars indicate the seniority of the male line. His grand mother's will 
left "ye Grest Silver Candlesticks to ye heires of my family as heir- 
looms" and even they were to revert to the male line.) AGl'J 

He owned land in counties of DENBIGH, FLINT i f/lERONITH. CADEGAN HOUSE 
was part of his wife's joynture. 



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THOMAS WIDOLETON of CHIRKE CASTLE in ye county of DE>J3IGH, 5ARR^ 

uid 24 Feb 1679/80 (Pub Rec Of f ice, London Raf: E 214/1409 4977) 

wp 

.'Jit.'JOHN FISHER, THOMAS LINSEY, IJILLIAM SWENT?, THO: WITHE:^ID^^i 

EXOR: wife CHARLOTTE WYDDLETQN sols exectrix 

Trustees: THO: GROSVENOR , 3art; SIR JOHM BRIDGEFiAN Sart, 

THOMAS CHOLMOiMDLEY Esq 4 MUTTON DAVip. 
'.... being in pfect health 4 memory and my body to be interred in 

ye Parish Church of Chirke in ye vault belonging to my family in ye 
Chauncell of the said Church. ITEM: 'JJhereas upon my marriage Settlement 
it is provided amongst other things that if I have a daughter she is to 
have b 5000 porcon. It is my will 3: I doe hereby give and bequeath to 
my other onely daughter CHARLOTT MYDDLETO.N in Case I shall have noe sann 
liveing at the time. of my decease ye summe of b 10,000 as an Adicon to 
her said porcon to make hy ye same ye sume of 15,000 b And in case I 
shall have a Son, then my said Daughter to have b 4000 to make by the 
said porcon to bee b 20,000, And in case I shall the time of my decease 
leave two or more Daughters ^ one Son liveing; then in such case I leave 
4 bequeath to each Daughter the sev'^all' sumes of b 5000 a piece over 4 
above such porcon as is respectively made for them by my said marriage 
settlement i for the more eff ectuall raiteinq of the said porcons & for 
ye oettsr paymt of my debts (2c legacyes I desire ^ bequeath Ail li Singu- 
lar my (L -oners -can' t read). Manners, Lordshipps, Messuages, Lands, Tene- 
mts 4 herediterments whatsoever scituate lyeing 3: being in ye sevrali 
Countyes cf Denbigh, Flint Sc Merionith (Except the land limitted for my 
wives Joynture for her life onely) unto SIR THGMAS GR OSE.NO R of Eaton in 
ye Countye Palatine of Chester Sarr^, Sir JOHM BRIDGMAi\' of Castle BROMIDGE 
in ye County of /JAR'JICK 3arr*^, THOMAS CHOLMONDLY of ( \;erte?)royall in ye 
said County of Palatine of Chester Esqr (i MUTTOrJ DA VIS of Llannerck in ye 
said County of DENBIGH Esqr i their heires To have and To hold all ye said 
premisses with ye appurtenances (except for ye lands limitted for my wives 
joyntures for ye terme of her life as is before expressed) unto ye said 
SIR THOMAS GROSV^NOR,S^JOHN BRIDGMAN, THO: CHOLMONDLEY & MUTTON DA VIES 
(5: their heires In trust and confidence to ye Intent iS: purpose that they 
li ye survivors i survivors of them & their heires shall xxxby out of the 
rents i profitts of ye premises before devised ye sevrali persons & sumes 
before menconed for my daughter li daughters And alsoe that out of ye Rents 
Issues & profitts thereof they shall raise i Leavy ye sevrali sumes here- 
inafter specified. Item: My will is that ye porcon & porcons limitted 
for my said Daughter i Daughters shall be truly paid unto them or their 
use when they shall attains to their sevrali Ages of fourteene yeares 
or be marryed which shall first happen Provided that they shall not marry 
without the consent of my said wife their Mother 4 of my Trustees aforssd 
or such of them as shall be then liveing. ITEM: my further will is that 
ye said porcon or porcons shall be layed out & disposed of to ye best 
benefitt as ye same shall be raised i leaveyed oy 4 with ye advise 4 
care of my said Trustees ye sd SIR THO: GR OSVE NOR . SIR UNO: 3RIDGEMAN 
THO: CHOLMONDLEY <3c MUTTON DAVIES <1 their heires. And that in ye meane 
time untill ye same or^ one halfe thereof shall be raized I leave 4 be- 
queath to my said Daughter CHARLOTTE ye sume of b 100 yeareiy for ye first 
four yeares, And afterwards the sume of b 200 yearly for her maintenance 
untill the moyety of her said porcon shall be raised as aforesaid And in 



Thomas f'liddleton. Ear'', will continued 

like manner I leave a bequeath ye like yearly aume iS: sumes for ye main- 
tenance of my said other daughter and Daughters for ye like i under 
limitasons aforesaid And my luill is that ye porcons of my Daughters 
shall be raised i paid unto them sevrally according to their respect- 
ive ages and seniority of birth, ITEM: my Jill is that from & after 
paymt of the said porcons h sumes for present maintenance and from h 
after paymt of such sumes of money as I shall owe at ye time of my de- ' 
cease, And alsoe of such other somes of money bequests 4 Legacyes as 
are herein after particularly menconed And doe devise <5: bequeath that 
my said Trustees ye said Sir THOf'lAS GROSVENQR, SIR JDHN SRIDGEiV.AN, 
THOMAS CHQLiV.QNDLEY k MUTTOiN DAVIES h their heires shall stand 4 be 
seized of all and singular ye premises with ye appurtenances excepted 
is before excepted to ye use k behoof of the heires u'ale of my body 
lawfully to be begotten & in default of such issue then to ye use of 
RICHARD fflYODLETQiM ESQ my brother for i during ye terme of his naturall 
life without Impeachmt of ujast(e) And from a after his decease to ye 
use of the first sonn of the said RICHARD lavufully to be begotten & 
their heires T'lale of ye body of such first Sonn lawfully Issueing And 
in default of such Issue to ye use of ye second, third, fourth k every 
other Son i sons of ye said RICHARD lawfully to bee gotte n 4 ye heires 
I'lale of ye oody k bodyes first second third fourth k every other son 
k sons lawfully issueing as they k every of them shall be in Seniority 
of birth k Age the' Older Sonn k the heires roale of his body to be 
alwayes preferred before the younger son k the heires iV,ale of his body. 

And in default of such issue then to the use k bshoofe of THCf'"AS i"IDDLE- 
TCi\ ES3R my other brother (^iote here that two brothers are both named 
Thomas the testator and his brother) for and during his natural lafe 

(here the same is repeated as to inheritance) 

(ps was written above for the first brother k his heires) 

And in default of such issue to ye use k behoof e of RICHARD 

faeHa& (Thomas is scratched through and Richard inserted above) 
WYDDLETC^J of ye Citty of London Tilerchant my Uncle for ye terme of his 
natural life without impeachmt of wast And from k after his Decease of 
the first sonn of the said RICHARD MYDDLETQW WERCH^JT la-.ufully to be 
begotten k of heires male of the body of such first sonn lawfully 
issueing And in default of such issue to ye use of ye second, third, 
fourth k every other sonn k sonns of ye said RICHARD rlYDDELTOIv! r'erchnt 
lawfully to be begotten and of ye heires fiiale of ye body k bodyes of 
such second, third, fourth k every other son k sons lawfully issueing 

kz ....And in default of such issue to ye use k behoof e of 

CHARLES iXYDDELTQ'J ESGR one other of my uncles fcr k during the terme 
of his natural life kz.,,.. (repeat of line of seniority) 

PAGE 7 of THIS JJILL IS ^IISSI.'JG FRGih T^^E CGPY 

Page S of will begins: 

same to be revised k leaveyed out of ye ren^s Issues k pfitts of the 
premisses Devised in Trust to ye said THCr-'AS GRCSVE:JCR, SIR J}JO : rRIDGE- 
['",A:>;, THOMAS CHCLr.DNDLEY k MUTTG'J DAVIES (exceot as before expressed) k 



Thonas ■"iddiston, 5ari:, jjiil cantinued 

that they i their heirss shall stand i bes thereof seized fcr the bett- 
er leavyinc of the said .^ent charge accordingly. 

ITEJ* I leave 4 bequeath ye ^reat Silver Candlesticks to gos according 
to Tiy 3rand.-other's yjill to ys heires of my f family vjith my Estate as 
an heirloome forever. ITEi"'!: niy will is and I doe leave i bsqu'eath the 
use of my Goods & Stock i household stuffe to my 'j;ife for soe long time 
as she shall inhabit &. dwell at CHIRKE CASTLE And frcm thenceforth I 
leave ye same to my Eldest Sonn i heire or such other as shall tee ye 
heire iViale of my ffamily according to ye Liiaitacons aforesd onely/fur- 
ther ■.uiil is that my lyife shall have such ppcrcon af the said goods, 
household stuffe i stock far the -S-iE- fere furnishing i stocking of 
CADEGAi'j (or Caaieaan) HCL'SE i domesine? being parte of her joynture as 
shall oe judged fitt by ye said Sir 4c (trustees are named here again) 

I leave and oecueath to 2.?LA\'CC my c:odso n b 100. 

ITZ'Sr. to blank .'jAHgURTO^; daughter of C:E2=.aE ■JARSL'RTCi''; Esqr i my 

goddaughter t 100 ITEM: I leave to my sister =E,\'iETT b 100 ITE:-1: 
L leave to my servant PETER FOl'L^ES b 5 yearly for his life with my 
wearing apparrell. ITEM: I leave to ye Richt Reverend DR. FELL LE 
= I3HCP of CXFORD b 50 ITE-'fl: I leave to Christ Church Callsgs in :;<rC!RD 
b 200 ITE.Vi: I leave to my servant T'-'G:'"AS of .j IE-ARC b 20 ITE.V, : I 
leave to my servant PETER CAVIC blO ITEJ": I leave to ny servant THC"'""S 
ED.'JARDS b 5. 

ITEM: I leave to all the rest of my servants which shall live with, me 
at time of my death each of them one yearss wages. ITE."": I leave to 
ye Rt. Honorable the LORD CHOL'^O'.DLEY my honoured Srcther in Lavj b 20 
ITEM: I leave to SIR JCH:''; 5ALI5 = URY =ART . b 20, T o JGH:i ..'rrJE of '-'ELA Y 
Esq. b 5. ITEM: to CHARLES MA T^.jARI.'jC Escr . b 20 4 my young clack 
stoned horse. ITEM: I leave to iMUTTOiV OAVIO (jAVlES) Es cr b 20. ITEM: 
I leave to JOH!^ rnYDDELTC:^ Eso r b 20 ITEM: I leave to tne children of 
SIR FRAMCIS ED.JAROS EARRT : which are now liveing b 20 a piece ITEM: I 
leave to JOH'l MYCDLETC''J of London Crocer b 20 ITEM: to HUGH MERECIT- 
of _entre Sysham I leave b 20 ITEM: I leave to his Grandson THCMAS 
MEREDITH my -odson b 100 ITEW I leave to my brother RICHARD MYOSLETOJ 
in Case I shall have Issue Male liveing to inneritt my ss-ate b 5CC. 
ITEM: ...to my brother THOMAS MYDDLETOM in such case b3CC ITEM: I leave 
to my Aunt MAI\v;ARr.'G b 20 ITEM: I leave to my uncle THCrAS CHOLMO\'DLEY 
Esor b 50 ITEM: I leave to my uncle FRA.'JCIS CHCL""0>:CLEY Esor (b torn) 
I leave to my uncle RICHARD MYDDELTON .b 10 ITEM: I leave to my uncjg 
CHARLES MYDDLETC:J b 5 ITEM: I leave to my Chaplain MR. 50 U'. D yj-IT EM; I 
leave to ye Arcn DSacon HUGHES b 5 ITEM: I leave SIR T-CM^S ■■^ILERAHAM 
BART: in pursueance of a former pmise by mee made b2C00: b 1000 oarte 
thereof to be paid to him in three yeares after my Decease 4 the other 
b 1000 within three yeares chennext following, ITEM: I leave to PR: 
5AUr;0E.R5_»'ho was my tutor in OXFORD t 20 ITEM: I leave to RICHARD 
i-n.^H.Y Esor g 20 ITEM: I leave to COLL: /JILLIAM PRICE forty shillings 
to buy him a ring, ITEM: I leave to my kinsman MR. JUSTICE MA^NLEY HC.v - 
-^RD of my Court b 20 ITEM: L leave to DR : PC-ELL b 5 ITE-M: to ye 
CURATE OF CHIR'^E twenty shillings ITEM: to CCLL : RCrl^SC'J b 40 ITEM: 

10 



Thomas I'lliddleton, 9art, will continued 

to CAPT: ELLIS (on?) SUTTGN oy Capt. Lieut, b 5. 

I leave whosoever shall be my heire all my stables of horses All 'jjhich 
L€gacyes except that of SIR THO: '.'JILBRAHAM I will shall be paid within 
3 yeares after my decease And I constitute nominate & appoint my said 
wife CHARLOTTE nlYDDELTOM to be Sole Executrix of this my last I'Jill li 
Testament revoakeing all former wills by me made & I have signed this 
my last will 4 testamant in ye bottome of each page being four in 
number (original must have been written on large sheets, copy is 12 
pages long) ITEM: In case my estate for want of Issue I'l'ale shall cone 
to my said Brothers RICHARD, & THOfflAS according to the limitacons afore- 
said my will is that it shall be lawfull for them or such of them as shall 
enjoy my said estate by vertue of ye said Limitaccn to charge ye said 
premises by Deed or '.Jill in writeing duelye executed(except as before 
excepted) with any sume of money not exceeding b 6000 for younger 
Children & not otherwise, And that ye said SIR THOMAS GBOSVE.^JOR, SIR 
JOnrJ SRIDGEpIAN, THOWAS CHOL.'^'.ONDLEY i mutton BA^J-^j DAVIDS 4 their heires 
shall stand 4 be seiqed thereof for ye use aforesaid accordingly. In 
witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand i seal ye day 4 year first 
above written. 

THO : iV.YDDELTC.N 

Signed sealed (i published in ye presence of 

JOHN fflSHER, THOi^AS LI^JSEY, VJILLIAM SimEi'-JT, THO: '.JITHE:J0E:J 

NOTE: 

The name Middleton is spelled several ways in this will and the names 

of others are variously spelled also. The name Davis or Davies, I believe 

should be David or Davids, AGIJ. 



a 



LADY ANNE WILLOUGHBY (see this will in Hutchinson report) BARBADOS 

will signed 3 Aug 1683 (of 24 Sep 1966) 

ui. entered 7 Aug 1685 jg t,g buried under her pew in the Parish Church 

"'i^°"' °^' of ST. GEORGE, BARBADOS 

THE RT. HON. LORD JOHN WILLOUGHBY 

She named: 

Her sister: ELIZABETH HARRIS 

ABRAHAIVI LANDFORD (Langford?) no relationship shown 

"to her gossip" MRS. HONNOR SICKFORD (Lankford?) 
(Originally a "gossip" meant a sponsor in Baptism) 

-JILLIAW CLARKE and his son ANTHONY CLARKE 

Overseer of her plantation 

to her servant LETITIA CRESTON 

THOS: BEALE, Doctor of her plantation 

eousin JOHN GRAY his nephews r- JOHN GRAY 

RICHARD GRAY his sons --RICHARD GRAY 

dec'd 1683 

FRANCES GRAY widow of Richard (called cousin) 

COL. RICHARD GUY — ELIZABETH GORGING 

DANIEL DYKE the younger • 

1-- THOmAS GORmiNG 
cousin JOHN GORMING father of ' 

cousin GOURING & son of ANNE & Thomas GOURING 

his wife her niece ANNE under 21 in 1683 

niece ELIZABETH GOURING her dau ELIZABETH GOURING (called cousin) 

(wife of JOHN?) under 15 yrs in 1633 

friends: JOHN WITHAM & MARY his wife 

WILLOUGHBY CHAWBERLAIN & his sister BETTY CHAMBERLAIN-no relation given 

flRS. ALICE STRANGE of Hannan, Somerset, England 

KATHERINE ROGERS, widow 4 her children: —JOHN, WM:, ANN, TMRIAN, & 

PRISCILLA ROGERS. 



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THOMAS WILLDUGH3Y I, merchant 

b ca. 1501 (23 years old in 1624) (0Q24e) 

d bef Apr 1557 in Alhalowes, Barking, (Caribbeana 5p205) 

London, England. 
1627 - "of Rochestar, England" (Sainsbury) 

1644 - 1647; "Merchant of Red Lyon Alley, St. Botolph, Algate, London 

England. • (Merchant Taylors School Register) 

Feb 1624/5 - MUSTER OF ENSIGNE THOMAS WILLOUGHBY , Elizabeth Citty 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, aged 23, in the "Prosperous" in 1610 

Servants: 

JOAN CHAUNDLER, aged 24, in the "Hercules" in 1609 
THOMAS , aged 20, in the great "Hopewell" in 1623 
ROBERT BENNETT, aged 24, in the "Jacob" in 1624 
NICCOLAS DAVIS, aged 13, in the "Marie Gould" in 1618 

(0Q248) 
Provisions; Corne 16 barrells, fish 200 ct, houses 3, 

Pallizado 1. 
Arms: Peeces 4, pistolle 1, sujords 3, Armors 4 Coats 4, 

powder 5 lb., lead 150 lb. ( J 53) 

NOTE:Other passengers on the "Prosperous" in 1610 were: UiM: BALEY, 
WM; ASKEW, JOHN CARTER, MIHELL WILCOCKES , THOMAS HARRIS, JOHN WILCQCKES 

(J 7,10,12,25,35,51,52,202,259) 
Other passengers in the "Create Hopewell" in 1623 were: 
MATHEW ROBINSON (in I'Jm: Tucker's Muster), EDL'JARD FALLOWES , HENERY LAC- 
TQN, THOMAS KERFITT, JOHN BUCKMASTER, JOHN BADELEY, ROBERT SHEPPEARD, 
WM; SAL'JIER, JOHN HACKER, SAMUELL PARSON, WM> GREENE, SARA MEDCALFE, 
ROBERT TODD, ANTHONIE BURT (1522), MORRIS STANLEY (1524), and THOMAS 
KEELING and RACHELL LANE came in the HOPEWELL et als in 152a-NU 22. 

16 Feb 1623 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY was among the living at "Basses Choice" 
on South side of James River, Among others living there were: CAPT: 
NATHANIEL BASSE, JOHN POWELL, PETER HEREFORD, WILLIAM CORNIE, CAPT. 
WILLIAM TUCKER, CAPT. NICH: MARTEAW, DANIELL TANNER, STEPHEN SHERE 
(Capt. Tucker's servant), RICHARD JONES, MARY TUCKER, WILLIAM JULIAN, 
WILLIAM KEMP, WALTER MiASON, SARA JULIAN, JOHN SIBSEY, JOSEPH MOSLEY, 
JOHN CHEESMAN, WILLIAM MORTEN, CAPT. THO: DAVIES, ROBERT SALFORD, 
WILLIAM GAYNE, ADAM THOROUGOOD, JOHN ROBINSON, FRANCIS MASON, MARY 
MASON which are just a few of those listed. Almost all of these sur- 
names later became familiar in the early records of Lower Norfolk Co. 

(00 183-167) 
May 1525 - by Pattent, On ye Southly Side of ye Maine River (James Riv- 
er) against Elizabeth Citty: (Lower Norfolk County in 1636) 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 100 acres by Pattent 
CAPT: WILLIAM TUKER 680 acres by Pattent 
LEIFT: JO: CHEESMAN 200 acres by Pattent (00 274 ) 
JOHN SiaSEY 250 acres by Pattent (4VC 558) 

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Thomas Willoughby I 

May 1625 - On ye Easterly Side of Southampton River there are 3000 acres 
belonging to the Virginia Company of London, at Elizabeth Citty, planted 
and 1500 acres Comone land. 



JOHN POWELL 

CAPT: WILLIAM TUCKER 

JOHN SALFORD 

ROBERT SALFORD 

ROBERT SALFORD 

'dJILLIAfd JULIAN 

WILLIAM GANY 

WILLIAM CAPPS divident 

BARTHOLOMEW HOSKINS 

THOMAS WILLCWBY 



by Patent 
by Patent 



Patent 
Patent 



150 acres planted 
150 acres 

50 acres planted 
100 acres planted 
100 acres planted 
150 acres planted 
200 acres planted 
planted 
100 acres 
200 acres by':order of Court 



by 

by 



by Patent 
by Patent 



(4 VC557,55a) 



12 Dec 1625, Court held: 

At the humble desire of ENSIGNE THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, ye courte hath as- 
sented he shall have 200 acres of land scytuate aboute two myles with- 
inthe mouth of Pomynky River (now York River) and abbuttinge I'Jesterlye 
on a Creeks and thence extending 100 pole, along ye banks of ye river 
on ye Southerlye side of the said river, provided, that he plant and 
seate uppon the saide lande, or some part of the said land, within 
seaven years next after the date heerof ensueinge or else ye sd lande 
to be free for any other to make choyss 6:C ye saide THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 
TO TAKE HIS SAID DEVIDENT IN some other place. (MCGC 79 ) 

NOTE: Sir Thomas Purfurie, John Laydon, and others all had land 
in the area of the above patent. Thomas Willoughbyes 200 acres and 
the 50 acres assigned to him by Capt. William Tucker plus the 150 acres 
of Miles Prickett "now in tenure of Willoughby in 1623" is called 
"Willoughby Poynt" in 1635. (see later) (AGW) 



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Thomas Jilloughby I 

Ensigne THOWAS wILLQUGHBY apparently left shortly after December 
1525 for he is returning to the Colony of Virginia from England in the 
following item: 

1627 - There is in Sainsbury's Calendar of Colonial State Papers (vol 1) 
a certificate dated 1627 by THOr^AS 'JILLOUGHBY, of Rochester, aged 27 
years (the right age) in regard to a ship in which he was about to go to 
Virginia. There can hardly be any doubt that he was the planter, return- 
ing from a visit home, (U 1p4-4B) 

4 Jul 1527 - Court held at James Citty (OiCGC 151) 

At this Court was thought fitt that we should draw out Partyes from 
all our plantations i5c goe uppon the Indians 4 cutt downe their corne, 
and further that we should sett uppon them all in one day viz, the first 
of August next: The plantations of the "'Jeoke of Land & the Colledge to 
goe uppon the Tanx Powhatans, both the Shirley-Hundred, Jordaines Jurney, 
Chaplaines Choise L Perseys Hundred uppon the Townes of ye ^^eianoacks k 
ye Appamatucks, The Corporation of James Citty uppon ye Chicahomonies i 
the Tappahannaes, Jarwicke-River, iJarosquoiacke b. iMewports-News, uppon 
the plantation of the 'uiJarosqucyacks: ELIZABETH CITTY uppon ye Mansamungs 
(5: Chesapeiacks. 

Comaunders appointed for these services are these, viz, for Tanx Pow- 
hatans Left. Tho. Osborne in Cheife, Tho: Harris seconde: for Appamat- 
tucke i ye Jeianokes Ensigne Epes a Mr. Pawlet j. to make chaise of their 
seconds: for the Chicahominies Capt. Peircs in cheife, Wr. Harwood 
seconde: for the Tappahannaes Capt w'Jest in cheife, Mr. Grindon second: 
for the ^'arosquoacks Capt. fila thews: for the rJansamungs Lt. Tho: Purfury: 
for the CHESAPEIACKS E^JSIGNE WILLOBY. 

17 Get -date missing- (iMugent gives 1628) (MCGC 173) 

At this Court CAPT: JJILLIAM TUCKER made over unto EN3IGME THOMAS >JIL- 
LQBY of Elizabeth Citty and to his heires and assigns for ever 50 acres 
of land due unto him the said CAPTAIi'\JE '.-jILLIAIm TUCKER for the transpor- 
tation of STRENGTH (STEPHE:\I?) SHERE who came in the Ellenor in 1621. 

17 Nov 1528 Patent to ENSIGNE WILL0UGH3Y, Gent, of Elizabeth City 50 acs. 
.'Jestly upon Salfords Creek, E unto the land formerly graunted to MILES 
PRICKETT now in the tenure of .^JILLOUGHBY. Due for Transportation of 
STRENGTH SHERE whoe came at tha charge of CAPT: JILLIAM TUCKER in the 
Ellins in 1521 i made over to sd Willoughby by Act of Court 17 Oct 1628. 
(miles PRICKETT had 150 acres planted on ye East side of Southampton 
River in Elizabeth Citty May 1625) (4VC55a) 

3 Mar 1623/9 Court held at James Citty (MCGC ISS) 

It is ordered that the goods of GEORGE 3H0RTGN shall be sould at an 
outcry by the appoynmt of ENSIGNE THQiWS .JILL0UGH5Y and bills snail bee 
taken for the paymt of such tobaccoas as shall arise thereof, and the 
said bills to bee delivered unto such as shall have the administration 
thereof or to those to whome they shall otherwise belong. 



Thomas .■Jilloughby I 

4 mar 1629/9 Court held at James City (iCGC 190) 

Uhereas it appeared that iMICHQLAS -blank- (DAVIS 00245) '^as to serve 
imR. THOMAS -UILLOUGHSY untill the age of -blank-. The said i">',r. .-jill- 
oughby did now signifie to this Court that hee is Content to accepte 
the said Nicholas to serve him fower years after the present date and 
then to let him free. 

7 i'tlar 1628/9 Court at James Citty (|V;CGC 192-3) 

It was ordered that these Commissions following bee renewed as fol- 
loweth vizt: ffor Elizabeth Citty it is thought fitt that CAPT: THOS : 
PURFURY shall bee principal! Commaunder there and his Chardg to bee 
more particularly for the execucon of all matters belonging to Ship- 
ping and such warrants as shall issue from the Governor and Councell, 
LEIFT: JILLOUGHBY to be Commaunder under him at MARIES MOUNT (South 
shore of James River near mouth of Nanzemund River NU 17) and so down- 
wards to CAPTAIN TUCKERS plantacon. 

A like Commission for a monethly Court at Elizabeth Citty the Com- 
missioners whereof to be vizt: CAPT: PURFURY, LEIFT: '.WTERS, LEIFT: 
'JILLOUGHBY, LEIFT: THOMPSON, MR. THORQlUGQOD, MR. LYONNELL R0UL3T0N ?, 

MR. JJILLIAM KEMPE, MR. JOHN DOIJNEMAN Capt. Purfury and Leift: 

i-Jaters to be allwaies one. 

162S-1629, 20 Mar - THOMAS I'JILLO'JaY Commissioner for Upper Eliz. City 

(1H133) 
9 Apr 1629 - Peticon of LEIFT: THQiMAS JILLuUGHEY for restoring part 
of the Parish. (MCGC196) 

16 Oct 1629/30 - Burgess for Upper Elizabeth City Co. (1H139) 

1629-1630 - Burgess for Upper Elizabeth City Co. (1H14g) 

21 Feb 1631/2 - Burgess for " " " i lUaters Creek(lHl54) 

1631-1632 - Burgess for " " " " " (1H154) 

1631 - THOMAS IJILLOUGHBY to view the place where a fort -oas to be 
built at Poynt Comfort. Built by CAPT: SAMUEL MATHE'^*-'S. (1H150) 

Sep 1632 - THOMAS 'JILLOUGHBY Burgess, elected a Member of the Councell 
for Upper part of Elizabeth City Co. (1H179) 

1632 - Burgess of the Upper Parish of Elizabeth City (jHBxii) 

153*7 - was the year that Lower Norfolk County was divided from Eliza- 
beth City County. THOMAS JILLOUGHBY seems to disappear from the records 
at this time which may indicate another trip to England. Inasmuch as 
he had 100 acres of land in the Lower Norfolk County area in May of 1625 
it seems logical to think that his "now dwelling house" in the 1635 
patent was built between these two dates, even finished by 1632. 



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Thomas Jilloughby I 

19 :Jou 1535 - CAPT: THQi'lAS vJILLOUGHaY Patent for 300 acres adjacent 
land now in his possession (100 acres in 1525) U upon the maine river 
(jamas Riuer) , Sly into the woods i E upon his now dwelling howse. For 
transportation of 5 persons: JCHM DRAPER, GILES COLLINS, THECD: LQYD, 
JON: SCOT, '^f'l: PALr''.ER, WALTER HO';l'ELL. .'Jote: Renewed in his name 19 
i.lar 1543. Test SAW: AB30TT, Clr: (;^JU3A i Pat 3k 1 Pt 1 p311) 

19 Nov 1635 - CAPT: THOMAS I'JILLQUGHBY Patent for 300 acres Elizabeth 
City Co. Upon the "hither" Creek between FRA^JCIS MASQ^: i his own land, 
S upon the woods, W upon the Creek, H upon land formerly taken up by 
him. For transportation of 5 persons: JON: PINCHES , HQjJELL HAY'JARD, 
JON: DAUID, LJEYf.lOUTH UENSEY, JON: :JOOD, RICH: JACKSON. Note renewed 
19 r-lar 1643 in his name. SAWLL: AaSOT, CI: (NU34 ^ Pat 3k 1 Pt 1 p312) 

These two patents were at what became .Oilloughby Spit, and with the 
1625 patent of 100 acres total 700 acres as his holdings there in 1535. 

19 Nov 1635 - CAPT: THOfuAS IJILLQUGHBY Patent for 300 acres in Elizabeth 
River, being 2 or 3 small necks of land, .'J upon a Sranch of Elizabeth 
River, SE upon the maine land 4 N upon the Sly branch of Elizabeth Riv- 
er. Transportation of 5 persons: TYWOTHY 5ARL0E, NICH: FORTESCUE, JON: 
FARROW, iVlARY WQRF.EWELL, RQBT: BARKWITH, DEfillS (or Dennis) REEVE. 

(NU34 i Pat 3k 1 Pt 1 p312) 

This last patent would seem to be on the Eastern side of the South- 
ern Branch of Elizabeth River to be bcunded on the North by the South- 
ern Branch and Westerly on a branch (Southern?) of Elizabeth River. 

The only way this land could possibly be en two different branches 
of Elizabeth River is: 3ounded on the West by Scotts Creek, SE upon 
the main land, i N upon the mouth of the Southern Branch where it flows 
into the Eastern Branch. The latter places it at or near Hospital 
Point. Inasmuch as WILLIAM TUCKER previously assigned land to THO"iAS 
WILLOUGHBY seems to indicate a fairly close relationship between the 
two men. Hospital Point having previously been called Tuckers Point 
may have some significance. 

The 1625 patent of 200 acres and the 50 acres assigned to him in 
1628 by WILLIAM TUCKER total 250 acres in the Upper Part of Elizabeth 
City (on the North side of the James River) MILES PRICKETT was grant- 
ed 150 acres there in 1625 "already planted" (4VC556). In the assign- 
ment to Thomas by William Tucker in 152S Miles Prickett's patent is 
"now in the tenure of Thomas Willoughby". Were his total land hold- 
ings in this area 250 acres or 400 acres? 

Who was PEETER WILLOUGHBY a headright in the patent 22 Jun 1525 to 
CAPT: WILLIAM PEIRCE ESGR (one of the Councell of State) in Lawnes 
Creek (James City County)? Among the headrights in this patent were 
ALICE LAWSQN, a Norfolk County name, and THOMAS ROLFE who could have 
been the son of Pocahontas. Thomas Rolfs was born 1515 and came to 
Virginia at about the age of 20 or 25 years. 

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Ihomas Jilloughby I 

13 Feb 1636 - CAPT: ThQulAS ,(]ILL0LIGH3Y Patent for 100 acres at "rnuskato 
Point", E upon the second Eastern 3ranch of Elizabeth .^iver, .\i. upon 
Jarwicksquike, S upon the Southern Branch i ,M upon James River (Glebe 
Creek?) for the transportation of 2 persons: THOmIAS PRICE i .^JILLIAiVi 
KELRIDGE. (i'\lote: this must be what later became the Gleoe Land near 
.■\Jorfolk Town) (fJUSA A Pat =k 1 pt 1 p410) 

(iMota: If you uiill look at one of the very early maps the land to 
the South of Glebe Creek did face the Southern Sranch to the South and 
the Jarwicksquike Indians luere across to the Jest in what became :«anse- 
mond County.) Hospital Point extended out into the river 1000 feat 
longer than it now shows on more recent maps, thus extending the mouth 
of the Southern Eranch directly below the Glebe Land, and to the .jest 
of the Eastern Sranch's mouth."; 

13 Feb 1636 - CAPT: THQWA5 dlLLQUGHBY Patent for 200 acres upon the ^ 
mainQ of Elizabeth River (Town Point), iM upon James River (Glebe Creek?), 
S upon the first Easterns Branch of Elizabeth River i E i\ E into tne 
woods. (This is the site of the future Norfolk Town 50 acs, plus 150 
acs. North of it which was bounded on the Jest by "Dun in the luire" 
Creek, later known as Newton's Creek) For the Transportation of 4 
persons: JON: ARRQE, PHILLIPP STEPHENS, JQM: BEADLE, ANN DAJSQN. 
Renewed by Sir JJilliam Berkeley 1 Apr 1644 in the name of JOHN JATXINS. 
Test: SAf'iLL: ABBOTT, CI. (NU54 ^ Pat 3k 1 pt 1 p411) 

(Note: The Glebe Land is given as a boundary in the Patent to 
ABRAHAM ELLETT (Elliott) the 25 i>1ar 1664. The Northern boundary of 
his patent was the land of '.(JILLIAM SHIP 2 miles in length Nwd i Swd 
in 1554 (Nco D 348) (3N33) (LNc A 344) (A 12).) The Chapel of Ease 
of Elizabeth River Parish completed in 1641 must have been in the area 
of Jilliam Shipp's land, and probably on the Glebe Land, (see Mason 153) 

28 Feb 1536 - CAPT: THOMAS .'JILLOUGHBY Patent for 300 acs. upon the 3. 
Branch of Elizabeth River beginning with the Jare Neck. Head rights 
are not given. Due for the transportation of 5 persons. (This is most 
probably a renewal of the 19 Nov 1635 patent in the Southern Branch) 

(NU 119) 

In iViay 1633 THOMAS LAMBERT had a Patent for 200 acres Lower Norfolk 
County, being a ridge of Land lying up a Creek called "Dum out of the 
Mire" coming between the land of CAPT: THOMAS 'AilLLQUGHBY i JOHN GATER. 

(NU 34) 

In May 1533 THOMAS TODD had a Patent for 250 acres Lower Norfolk 
County, being a neck of land lyinge up the back creek called Little 
Creek between the plantations of CAPT. ADAM THORO'.JGOQD i CAPT: THOMAS 
.'JILLOUGHBY, about a mile up the creek on the .j side, NEly acove an 
Indian Field about the space of a mile, said field having a fresh .uater 
pond joyning unto it. (NU 92) 

1: Glebe Creek was previously called Ellets Greek and in 1636 Jamas Creek. 

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Thcnas .-illoLghby I 

16 iVay 1526 EiLIZnSETH '.JILLQUGHSY -^'as transportao to Accor.ac County by 

jG.-:.'>i 5e:ll. . (leVabSS) 

15 iVay 1637 - .-Jhsreas 5ARAH -(PL'RSLIT?)- Jido^^, being big 'juitn child 
and destitute of any place of abiding, did cotnpiain of tne same unto 
the right 'juorshipful SIR JG.Hi^ HARVEY, Knignt, governor ic uino aid arasr 
that the aforesaid Sarah should forthwith be married jnto THCf'lAS HUGHS, 
the reported father of her child, -an-servant to CAPT: ^ILLOSY, the 
sa.Tie ceing la'jjfuily askeo, it is therefore oroereo that luR. JGH'nj '.'JILSGN, 
I'-'linister of ELIZABETH RIVER, after lawful publication of tne oans snail 
solemnize matri.r.ony betwixt thsm, it is also further ordsreo tnat RGSERT 
DAR5Y, agent of CAFT: JiLLGBY, shall give towards the -.aincenance of cne 
sd Sarah, one bushel of come in the behalf e of GAPT: .wILLOEY and like- 
wise to give leave unto the aforesd THQu'AS HL'GHS to go to the sd Sarah 
Purslit? at convenient times, not hindering his masters cusiness. 

(LNc A2) 
1537 - GAPT: THGi'i'AS -JJILLGUGHSY , Justice of the Peace cf Lower Norfolk 
County. (oS 281) 

5 "efc 153S/9 - ^^nereas WILLIAfO SHIPPE, Planter, hath made it appear that 
he hatn accoroing to the conditions of his lease made with GAPT: T.-Cf^'AS 
jilLLGSY proffered tne sale on his grouno unto ^ne AGE.'jT of the aforsso 
GAPT: jyJLLQBY, and the said agent having refused it, hath now sold tne 
said land unto JOHN HCL."'"ES , planter. It is zherefora ordered that the 
said JOHN HOLTmES shall peaceacly enjoy the saio ground. (L"-ic A 12) 

GAPT: aJlLLGUGHSY has been "out of the Colony'' since 15 .Yay 1537 return- 
ing to preside at Court 2 i^lar 1539/40. A trip lasting 2 years and 1G 
months. (See .'«ica A S2 for proof of his trip) 

1C ,v.ar 1539/40- THOPVAS JiLLGL'GHEY transparuea to ^'arwick County, Va. 
cy RG5ERT 'jEw'kA.N. ( i\lU 112) 

He presides at Court on the folio^ing days: 2 i-'.z: 1539/4C Ap25 

3C ,-:ar 1540 Ap2S 
25 .v,ay 1540 Ac32 
3G jun 154Q - Jhereas GAPT: THGiVj^S WILLQL'GHcY , ESQ., raprssen-ao to this 
court that he nad lent one Parrel of gunpowder containing one nundrac 
weignt to accommodate tne funeral of GAPT: FRA.'-iCIS HGGK the late Comnand- 
erof the Fort at Point Comfort and one of his ri'ajestys and Councillors 
for Virginia, the court hath therefore ordered that the said GAPT: jJILL- 
QL'GHBY shall be satisfied the same from the present cactain of the fort 
out of powder belonging to the public. (iMCGC 456 ) (.\ote: Cact. Heck 
died in 1537 anc it nas taken 3 years to ccilect this, anctner incicatior 
of his acsence from tne Colony) 

He presides ac Court en the following days: 5 Jul 1640 Ap3d 

5 Aug 1540 Ap43 

23 Sep 154G Ap5G 

2 :*JOv 1540 - .g',": KETTELL to serve GAPT: JILLjUGHSY for 3 years beginning 
tne 1 Jan 1540/1. (\C3 A52) 

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Thomas Jiiloughby I 

He presided at Court held at his house: 30 :\Io\y 154C Ap5c 

and on: 4 Jan 1540/1 Ap5C 

4 Jan 1540/1 - CAPT: .iJILLQUGHEY to be first satisfied out of the estate 
of GILBERT GUY, deceased, a debt of 14 shillings 5 pence. (.Mco AcO) 

Ha presided at Court: 15 Mar 1540/1 Ap69 

15 i>lar 1640/1 - CAPT: THQ,"'"AS WILLOUGHBY hath disclaimed in Court for 
himself and fIR. H£>iRY SEA.JELL the overseership of the last will and 
testament of CAPT: (ADAi.l) THQRO.'JGQGD dec'd. (Mco A59) 

Ha presided at Court: 12 Apr 1541 Ap75 

2 flay 1641 ApTB 

2 T'lay 1641 - 'Jhereas it appeareth to this court by depositions that cer- 
tain corne is due from the estate of CAPT: ADAM THQRRG.JGQQD deceased unto 
CAPT: THOMA3 .yiLLQUGHBY, the said corne beinge delivered oy the servants 
of the said CAPT: '.JILL0UGH3Y unto CAPT: ADAM THaRRG.-GGOD ' 3 horses, the 
'Aihich tnis bord havaing taken into ccnsideraticn, have therefore order- 
ed tnat MR. JOHN GQOKP^iS , who intermarried witn MRIS: SARAH THCRRO-^GuCD , 
late wife to the said CAPT: THQRRO.iGGQD deceased shall satisfy and del- 
iver unto the said CAPT: JILLOUGHBY at his now dvjelling house the quant- 
ity of 4 barrels of corne witnin 30 days, otnerwise execution. (;,icc A79) 

3 May 1541 - The deposition of w^JILLIAM TRUMBALL, 23 years, sayeth that 
he, this deponent, haueing order from ROBT: DARBY to carry corne to 
CAPT: THQRRCWGQQD' s horsses the which this deponent did, carrying them 

a hominy siftar full of corne and further sale that he hath sesne divers 
of CAPT: THGRRCJGGOD' s servants carry them corne and at sundry times as 
namely JOHN 1-JE33 , .JILLIAM STEEVE.NS, JAME5 SMITH and JOH;-J HALLBACX and 
two of CAPT: .JILL0UGH3IES servants, namely JGH;\i SCGTT, JGH>J BGL'LTG.':, 
and further saith not. 

The deposition of JGHiM JATTFGRD, 32 sayeth that an agreement produced 
unto this court bearinge date the 9th of January 1539, is a true and ab- 
solute agreement maid betweene WILLM: CRUCH and TRISTRUM MASSG.'i. 

The deposition of RQ3T: DARBY, 35, sayeth, that CAPT: ADAM THGRRC'.'J- 
GOQD, being at the nowse of CAPT: THG: .JILLGUGH3Y E3GR. this deponent 
found occasion to speaks unto the said CAPT: THGRRG.JGCCD and told him 
that CAPT: ■.JILLQL'GHSY ' s servants did grumble that the corne was given 
unto the said CAPT: THGRRG.l'GOOD ' s horses and they oeinc on ellectiar to 
Count whereupon the said CAPT: THCRRC'.«GGGD replied that what come thay 
had eaten he would make satisfaction for to the full and demanded of tnis 
deponent what corn he thought the horses had eaten who tould him, 3 bar- 
rels of corne and the saic CAPT: THGRRG.JGCCD said that he haa 3 barrels 
of corn at LEIFT: MAS3D.\''s the which, if he cculd tell how to gett downe 
to the said CAPT: .'JILLGUGH3IE5 he would make payment tnereof in satis- 
faction of what corne his horses had eaten, whereupon this ceoonent maid 
answer that, being it was so near he would goe and receive it out, in a 
snort time after, this deponent hearinge chat GIL3ERT 

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Thomas ^illouchby I 

the said come, he sought noe further after it, and further deposeth 
that since the "last arrival of the said CAPT: THQ: -UILL0UGH5Y into 
this Colony", that there hath been delivered at six several times corns 
to the said horses, the said corne being delivered in a tray but the 
quantity this deponent knoweth not and farther saith not. ('\lco A 81 ,32) 

He presided at Court - 15 Jul 1641 - (Mco A86) 

16 Jul 1541 - "RAiJCIS LAi'JD ordered to pay debt of t 7 sterling unto 
CAPT: 'JILL0UGH3Y. ([Jco A 67) 

16 Jul 1641 - Whereas there is a store to be built for the limits of 
Linhaven extendinge to Daniell Tanners Creeke, according to an act of 
assembly and, by the requiry of the inhabitants of the aforesaid limitts, 
CAPT: THO: WILLQUGHaY and i"R. JOHN GOOKINS have undertaken to build the 
said store, and to find all necessaries thereunto, the said store to be 
built 60 feet longe and 20 foote wide with 8 foots pitch, upon the point 
of CAPT: WILLDUGHBY next adjoininge to I'lR. iViASSOM's Creeke. In satis- 
faction thereof the said CAPT: i^JlLLOUGHBY and "iR. GOOKIMS are to have 
1200 1 of too, stripted and smooth, to be levied upon the inhabitans of 
the whole county according to the Act of Assembly in that case provided. 

(.■\ico A aa) 

He presided at Court - 4 Oct 1541 - ANNE GA5KIMS, upon being arrested 
said "Lett CAPT: .■JILLQJGHBY bringe me from Court to Court 4 do what he 
can he shall never make me ask AMNE "fOSTER forgiveness." ('Jco A 100) 

He presided at Court - 3(?) Jan 1641/2 Aplll 

8 Mar 1641/2 - The first entry of SIR IJILLIAM BERKELEY sitting as Gover- 
nor in the Quarter Court at James City THQ: l\iILL0UGH3Y , E53. is among 
the Councillors sitting this term. (f'lCGC 498) 

He is ABBEi'JT at Courts held: 26 May 1642 Ap116 

15 Jun 1542 Ap127 

16 Jun 1642 - '.JM: BERKELEY Knt, Gov. omits CAPT: THOMAS ■i;JILLGUGH3Y ' s 
name as Commander when he appoints the Commissioners for Lower ,Morfalk 
County. JOHN GOQKIiJS ESQ is appointed Commander. (Nco A127) 

He is ABSENT at Court held: 5 Jul 1542 Ap136 

5 Jul 1542 - The deposition of HENRY CATTELIN aged 40 yeares or there- 
abouts taken before the comander and Commissioners of the Lower Norffoik 
at the Court holden at Linhaven the 5 Jul 1542 sayeth that he the depon- 
ent with RCaT: HAYES being appointed by order of Court from the Governor 
and Ccuncell to praise and devide the estate of CAPT: ADAM THQnO'.-JGOOD 
deceased doth say upon his oath that Mr. JOHN GOQKIN and SARA his wife 
were very caref ull to have the Estate equally devided for the children 
and that he -(torn)- (that there?) hath been greate wronge to ye sd 
JOHN GCOKINS and his wife by Geposicon of his delivered to Mantxxxx 
CAPT: .. ILLQUGH5Y3 accusation acaynst the said MR. GOQKIN ana SARA his 

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wife for whereas he sweare theire was old Iron a great quantity being in 
a store and left out of the Inuentorie and a hundred -(hole)- of sarser? 
Reape? and some (silver?) Boates. This deponent doth declare uppon his 
oath that he being in the said stoare with the aforsaid HAYES and MR. 
GOOKIM did see some bundles of Iron the quantity whereof was not much 
and to this deponents remembrance about three or fower bundles and 
(hole in paper)- Hawse - (below this there are large holes and the ink 
has come through from the ether side of the page) - (at the bottom of 
this page there is a large piece torn cut) 

(I'Jote: I'lrs. Gookin claimed two small silver boates which she said 
were a gift to her from her brothers (in-iawe?) PIR. JQH^m THCHOl'jGOOD and 
MR. THO : THQROL-JGOOD at her marriage. The names of the children are 
either not given,' or have been torn out.) (rjco A 135/7) 

He is ASSEiMT at the Courts held: 

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15 Feb 1642/3 - A case between -RA'JCIS LA.^JD ^ CAPT THC: .JILLaUGHBY 
to the next Court. (Is he expected home the next month?) 

He has been absent from "larch 1541/2, is Absent 18 .'lar 1642/3 Court 
and presides at the Court of 24 Apr 1543. (Nco A 177) 

This last trip has lasted only a year and a month at the most, after his 
visit home which lasted 2 years. 

15 iViay 1543 - He is present but not sitting, probably because of his cases 
which were heard: I'jhereas THOMAS BULLOCK Chyrurgion passed a Bill of Ex- 
change uppon himselfa to CAPT: THO; JILLO'JGHBY for payment of a debt of 
b 7/10 sterling in England ye last yeare and did not pforme according to 
ye intent and time limited in ye sd bill. The sd CAPT: .JILLOUGHBY there- 
fore presented ye sane and produced sd protest under the hand af a /jotarie 
Publike and other Authentique parties to testifie that he had not ystt 
received nor any parte thereof. The Court hath therefore ordered that ye 
sd Debt of tr 7/10 sterling shalbe satisfied and payd to ye sd CAPT: .JILL- 
OUGHBY out of ye Estate of ye sd THO: BULLOCK with 13/ allowance far ye 
protest and 25 per cent for Damages with Court Charges. All former In- 
gagements being first satisfied. Otherwise execucon. (Wco A 180) 

JAF'lES SYO^ONS stands bound with ROOT: SWYTH for ye payment of t 48 ster- 
ling to CAPT: THOMAS ;.JILLOUGHSY ESQ. and hath petitioned tnis Court against 
ye sd RQBT: SMYTH for a Counter Bond to save him harme lease from ye sd 
CAPT: THO: '^\j'ILL0UGH3Y xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx( carried over) (I'ico A 181) 

CAPT: THO: wILLQUGHBY paid fc 14/5 and 3 1 too cy order of Court out of 
the estate of GILBERT GUYE by SARA GUYE the Relict and Administrator. 

(:Jco a 133) 
5 Jun 1543 - Quarter Court at James City - CAPT: THC: .JILLOUGHBY is pre- 
sent as Burgess for Lower I'-Jorfolk County. (;\lco A 191) 

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17 Jul 1543 - Ke is present but not sitting. CAPT; JU'riH SIESlY presiding. 

Jhereas it sppeareth to this Court by ye deposition of THQ : .■JnP.D and 
other sufficient testimonies that JILL HAl-JLEY hath spoakan divers words 
tending to ye disparidgment of CAPT: THO : JILL0UGn'3YE. It is therefore 
ordered that ye sd Hawley shall here aeknoiulidge his fault in Open Court 
uppon his knaese and after at ye pish Church at .'■Ir. Sawells Poynt uppon 
Sunday next Cone forthnight in ye time of Divine service in theise ex- 
presss I'jords - I .uill Hawley doe before this Congregation acknowledge 
that I have spoaken diverse .yords tending to ye disparage.T.ent of CAPT. 
THOMAS '.'jILLQUGHSY and that being askt who Counselled :n= to runne away I 
should answer I had none but what I had from CAPT: '.JILL0L'GH9Y which I 
acknowledge to be falsa and am heartily sorrie therefore and doe humbly 
desire CAPT: WILLDUGHBY to forgive me ye sd offense. {lica A 187) 

He presided at Court - 15 Nov 1543 Ap196 

15 Dec 1543 Ap2G9 

15 Dec 1543 - SAVILL GASKIW ordered to pay debt of 9C0 1 tob and caske 
unto CAPT: THOMAS ;.\iILLOUGHaY . (.'Jco A 211) 

15 Dec 1543 - CAPT: THOMAS WILL0LIGH3Y qualified as Colonial Military 
Officer. {.■iS 34) 

He has remained in Virginia from Mar or Apr 1543 until Dec 1643 when 
he again apparently takes another trip. Home only 3 or 9 months. 

He is A3SE;jT at Court - 15 F aa 1544/5 ^ (,^Jca A 223) 
no Court in Jan i Mar 

15 Apr 1545 Ap239 

Court Records from Jan 1543/4 to Jan 1544/5 are missing in 3ook A. 

He presided at Court - 15 May 1545 - A3SE>JT from Dec 1543 Ap245 
This last trip lasted 17 months, perhaps he took his son to England 
to attend school there for see the following: 

From 1544 to 1547 THOMAS .ilLLOUGHSY attended Merchant Taylors School 
in London, England. He was born 25 Dec 1532 at Virginia in America, 
and was the son of CAPT: THOMAS wILLQUGHSY, Merchant, of Red Lyon 
Alley, St, jotlph, Algate, London, Member of Council, Va in 1539, 

(Merchant Taylors School Register 
Ed. E, P Hart pub by School 1935) 

He is absent at Court - 15 Jun 1545 Ap247 

He presides at Court - 15 Aug 1545 Ap250 

15 Aug 1545 - Upon Consideration had of many Inconveinencyes that m.ay 
hereafter happen by the marking of cattle oy severall man of one csr- 
tayne marke. Upon the humble request of RG5ERT HAYES the Court aoth 
thinka fitt and order that the said ROSERT HAYES shall alter tha marke 
of all those cattle which he hath in his custody or possession belong- 
ing unto the orphants of JCHiJ LAWCKFEILD deceased being nous marked 



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thus (vizt): an the right care cropt which is the proper marka of CAPT: 
THOmAS .JILL0UGH3Y ESQR. And the said HAYES shall forthwith and allways 
hereafter marke the said cattle af oremenconed thus vizt: the right eare 
cropt as aforesaid with a hole in it and the left eare slitt. (.''Jca A250) 

15 Aug 1645 - Concerning the difference in question betweene CAPT: THO : 
-(JILLQUGH3Y ESQR, pit against JOHiM SUTTQW deft for getting a mayd ser- 
vant of the said CAPT: U'lLLOUGHSY with child and for datnmage and losse 
of tyme in service thereby sustained. I t is the opinion of the Court 
That a former order made by them in their behalfe is full satisfactory 
- notwithstanding upon the request of the said CAPT: THO."AS WILLOUGHBY. 
This Court doth present the matters in question to the Governor 4 Coun- 
cell and doe order that the said Sutton shall forthwith give bond with 
security to answere the premises at James Citty upon the first day of 
October Court naxt. (Mco A 255) 

He presided at Court 30 Oct 1645 Ap285 

This was a meeting of the Councell of Jarre for the Associated Countyes 
and is on the list of payments due in the psecucon of the .Jarre: 
To CAPT: THO: i^lILLOUGHBY for disbursmts per his acct. 1544 1 tab. 

He presided at Court 3 !\Jov 1645 Ap2S7 

15 Dec 1545 Ap295 
There is no Jan Court 

16 Feb 1645/6 Ap310 
Surgess at Quarter Court 13 Mar 1645/6 at James City Ap331 

15 Apr 1646 - Att the howse of 'JILLIAM SHIPP: present: CAPT JOHN SI3SEY 
and I'lR. fi'ATHE'J PHILLIPPS. A written note is recorded and no other 
business is done this day: 

"In respect that severall persons having 
accons depending in this court and some doe not appeare, and some doe 
not attend to present the same. The Court is therefore -(torn)- till 
the 15 ,''',ay next att such tyme and place aforesaid All persons whatsoever 
being arrested or summoned are hereby required to appeare and such pro- 
ceedings to bee then as at present should have beene. 

By: CAPT THO: lUILLDUGHSY ESQR. (.'^Ico A 332) 

This next absence of about 7 months may be explained by the following! 
mar 1545/6 - Commissioners to go to Tuaryland or Kent to demand certain 
persons who had removed thither. Comrs: CAPT: THOS: 'JILLOUGHBY ESQ. 

CAPT: ED'^J: HILL (1H321) 

He is Absent until 1 Sep 1646, about 5 to 7 months, and it would be 
interesting to know who he brought back from ii'aryland. 

2 ;JQV 1546 - Order of Administration to CAPT: THOi'lAS '.■JILLOUGHBY 
dated 1 Sep 1546 at Lower Tvlorfolk County Court 

dated 4 Oct 1545 at Quarter Court, James Citty by 'Jm. Berkeley, Gov, 
Recorded 2 uov 1646 Lower Morfolk County: RICHARD .JAKE, late of this 

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Colony, deceased, dying intastate leaving an estate in care 

whereof CAPT: THOi'mAS ■JILLOUGHoY hath made suite to the Cotamissioners of 
Lower >iorfoll< County for a Commission of Administration bee granted him 

as Creditor thereunto the summe of b 198 sterling money (,'Jco A 365) 

( i B 5 ) 
He is ABSEi^JT at Court 6 TJov 1546 but must be present in Court for 
CAPT: THOMAS WILLQUGHBY is paid 25 1 tob per gallon for 10 gallons of 
sack (ujine) out of the County Levy. ( B 7a) 

He presided at Court 16 iMov 16A5 ( 3 Ba) 

17 r\lov 1646 - JOH^J HOLMES hath undertaken for the personal appearance of 
ACMES his wife at the next Court to answer the suite of CAPT: THOMAS 
WILLQUGH3Y. (Nco 3 13) 

IS Nov 1545 - All matters of suite in difference betweene CAPT: THOMAS 
'JILLO'JGHBY ESQ. the administrator of MR. RICHARD wJATE (.'Jake) deceased and 
CAPT: JOHN SIBSEY after much pusall (perusal) of the said accoumpts and 
long debating thereof by the Court at the request of the said CAPT: 
^ILLOWGHBY alleaying the accoumpts of CAPT: SIBSEY to bee impfect and 
insufficient are transmitted to the consideration of the Governor and 
Counselis upon the fifth day of the next Quarter Court /being the 25th 
day of this Instant November/ the said CAPT: '.JILLO.JGHBY forthwith enter- 
ing into bond for his appearance as aforesaid and to pay double damages 
according to Act of Assembly is provided in Cases of Appeals. 

He presided at Court 15 Dec 1545 (Nco b 15a) 

15 Dec 1646 - JJhereas AGNES the wyfe af JOHN HOLMES hath spoken certaine 
thunderous words tending to the great disparragement of CAPT: THOMAS 
w'lLLOWGHBY ESGR. as appeares by the deposicon of HENRY SNAYLE and THOMA 
5MYTHIARS. It is ordered thereupon that the said AGNES HOLMES shall re 
ceiva in presence of this Court 5 lashes on her bare back and allsoa 
weare upon her head with these words written in Cap(ital?) letters, vizt: 
for slaundering CAPT: THOMAS .-JILLG'-jGHBY sayeing I would putt him by his 
oath for a (faded out) that I know: and allsoe to weare the said pap(er) 
on the Lords Day at the Parish Church at xxxxxxxxx and on a Lords day 
at the publique meeting (at) Elizabeth River one howre in each place and 
the Sheriffe to see the pformance hereof be(tween) this and the next 
Court. And the said AGNES HOLMES to pay all the Court Charges or Execu- 
con. (Note: I'Jhat did Agnes call him, a liar? Pretty drastic punishment 
if this was the case. AGIJ) (Nco B 15a) 



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He presided at Court 20 Jan 1646/7 (Nco 3 2Qa) 

20 Jan 1646/7 - An accon sur le case between CAPT: THOMAS VJILLOUGHBY ESQ. 
complaynaunt against SAMPSON JARING i THOMAS ERCCKE dafts: At CAPT: 
.-ILLOUGHBY ' s request are transmitted to the consideration of the Gov. 
and Councall upon 10th day of the next Quarter Court. 

Suit batweene ELLEN LIGHTHART widow pit: and CAPT: THOMAS VJILLGJGHBY 
ESQ. daft: for a debt of 500 1 tob i caska is referred to tha next 

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Court. (:Jco E20a) 

He presided at Court 15 Teb 1646/7 (,^vlco 3 25) 

a5 Fab 1545/7 - CAPT: WILLQUGH3Y administrator of RICHARD '.JAKE dec'd, is 
ordered to deliver to f'lR. 'Jfil: JULIAN such -jjri tings as doe concern i',R. 
JULIAN. (Nco 5 27) 

He was Absent at Court 22 mar 1547 (Moo E 33) 

He presided Court 31 Apr 1647 (Nco B33a) 

31 Apr 1647 - CAPT: THDS : I'JILLQUGHaY ESQ. ordered to pay 500 I tob unto 
ELLE:\i LICHTHART, widdowe. (iNJco 5 35) 

31 Apr 1547 - CAPT: UJILLDUGHBY , administrator of RICHARD JAKE dec'd ord- 
ered to pay 100 1 tob unto SAMPSON WARLMG for a coffin for the buryail of 
the decedent. Sc SAfiiPSGN WARING ordered to pay a debt of 600 i 

tob and Casks unto CAPT: 'JJILLaUGHaY. (Nco 3 35) 

31 Apr 1547 - Peticon of CAPT: THQS : :JILLCUGHBY ESQ. the administrator 
of i'.R. RICHARD JAKE dec'd and CAPT: JOHN SISSEY with the consent of the 
widdcwe u relict of the decedent xxxliuars suites between your peticoners 

concerning articles of co-partnership entered into by CAPT: JOHN 

5IB3EY and the decedent peticoners desira Court to order all such 

matters cf difference in the co-partnerchipp be put to the auditing of 4 

men peticoners are ready to enter into bond of 100,000 1 tob each 

to other signed: THO : JILLCUGHBY i JOHN SIESEY. (;ico 3 36) 

He was present at Quarter Court 5 f^lar 1645/7 (cut of place) 
in James City. (in the book ) (Nco 3 37) 

He presided at Court 15 Jun 1647 (Nco S39a) 

15 Jun 1647 - In the cause between CAPT: JJILL0UGH3Y administrator of WR. 

RICHARD JAKE dec'd and CAPT: JOHN 3IBSEY both to deliver true copies, 

accoumpts Scc which concern the co-partnership (Nco 340a) 

13 Jul 1647 - Present at Court, but not sitting: Matters in co-partner- 
ship case between CAPT: THOMAS JILLOUGHBY ESQR. administrator of RICHARD 
JAKE dec'd complaynant and CAPT: JOHN SI3SEY (concerning accoumpts bet- 
weene the decedent cc CAPT: SI3SEY) to be heard by the Governor i Councal 
7 day of Oct Court. (Nco 3 43) 

He presideo at Court 16 Aug 1647 (Nco 3 50) 

(Note: Capt. Jilloughby has been home ever since Sep 1645, and was 
probably still here in Jan 1646/7. In Aug 1548 there is a record: RICH: 

CONQUEST saith that about last May was about 12 months (May 1547) 

CAPT: JILL0UGH5Y was very ill last winter about Xmas (1647). This conc- 
erns the dispute with CAPT JOHN SIESEY over his co-partnership with 
RICHARD JAKE. His illness explains his absence from Court for a while.) 

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14 Oct 1647 - He is AaSE:JT 5: not at the Quarter Court 10 :^Jov 1647. The 
Lower Norfolk County Court was adjourned because of the late adjournment 
of the Assembly to 1 nou., the Commissioners being Burgesses until 15th 
of Dec. ' (Nco 3 53,54) 

16 Dec 1647 - He is absent, but is on a list of persons to be paid cut 
of the County Levy: TH03 : WILLOUGHBY to be paid 100 1 tob. (iJco B 56a) 

15 Dec 1647 - JOHN JATTKINS doth acknowledge that he hath graunted bar- 
gayned and sold unto RICHARD CONQUEST his heires ic forever 250 acres of 
land scytuate and being on the S side of the River over against Keccugh- 
tan and abutting NE upon a creeke which parteth it from the land of CAPT: 
uiJILLIAM TUCKER extending itselfe SW along the branch of the said River 
125 pole at 16 foota and an halfe the pole unto the land of LIEUTENANT 
JOHN CHEESf'lAN and contynueing SE upon the I'iayne Land and NIJ upon the 
Maine River: to which said 250 acres of land was granted by pattent 
....bearing date at James Citty 2 Sep 1624 by SIR FRANCIS '.'JYATT Knt. 
then Governor of Virginia unto JOHN SIBSEY of Kecoughtan, yeoman, his 
heires ic and afterwards vizt: upon the 16 Jan 1630 for a valuable con- 
sideration by the saia JOHN SIBSEY bargained sold (2: conveyed unto THCI'mAS 
'.vilLLOUGHEY his heires and assigns forever and afterwards vizt: upon the 
13 Dec 1535 for a valuable consideracon, by the said CAPT: '.'JILL0UCH3Y 
bargained and sold unto the said JOHN I'JATTKINS his heires i assigns 
forever and afterwards vizt: upon the 23 Sep 1547 for the sume of 1500 1 

tob in hand paid , by the sd JOHN .JATTKINS sold unto sd. RICHARD 

CONQUEST. Recorded 15 December 1547. (Nco B 54) 



He is ABSENT at the Courts of 
(Is he still sick?) 



20 Jan 1547/a 
15 Feb 1647/3 
20 Feb 1647/3 



(Nco 5 eia) 
(Nco 3 64a) 
(Nco 2 67a) 



20 Feb 1647/a - 'Jhereas CAPT: JOHN SIBSEY hath commenced suite by uay cf 
accon sur le case against CAPT: THOfnAS 'JILLOUGHBY ESQR. the adm. of 

RICHARD JAKE dec'd upon the desire of the said CAPT: JILLOUGHBY 

ordered that the matter ba referred to the next Court, (Nco 3 57a) 

He is ABSENT at Court 23 Feb 1647/3 (Nco 3 35 ) 

(Out of place in aook) 
15 Apr 1548 (Nco B 71 ) 

15 Apr 1543 - LEIFT FRANCIS DIASON late High Sheriff by virtue of an 
execution under the hand cf the Governor made seizure upon a maida ser- 
vant of CAPT: THO: JILLOUCHEY ESQ. for satisfaction of 1G0G 1 tob due 
to CAPT: JOHN SI5SEY /by judgmt of the Governor <2c Court/ from CAPT: 
JILLOUGHBY and the maida servant deteyned by CAPT: JILLOUGHBY. Ordered 
that LEIFT filASCN shall bring forth the maide servant or else pay the 
debt. (Nco 5 7Ga) 

15 Apr 1548 - In the suite between Captain THC: JILLOUGHBY as adm. cf 
RICHARD JAKE and CAPT JOHN SIBSEY who is commencing this suit is told 
to bring it before the Governor and Councsll. (Nco 3 71 ) 



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5 Jun 154S - The Commissioners appointed for Lo'-yer "vorfoik County do not 
includa the name of CAPT: THChAS .JlLLCUCriSY . (■■Jco 3 75 ) 

He Presided at Court 15 Jun 1645 - This is the first time he has 
sat as Commissioner (or Justice) since Aug 1547. ("Jco B 75a) 

He presided at Court 15 Jul 154B (.'Jco 5 75 ) 

Recorded 15 Jul 1543 Dated 1 Apr 1544 - Patent to JCH,"'v JATKL'^S of 2Q0 
accrss assigned to him by THOS : -i-'ILLCUCHBY E3CR. by a patent dated 
1£ ~eb 1636. (This is the land from ';jhich the 50 acres were sold in 
1632 on vuhich to build the Town of Norfolk) "scituata on the E'-uard side 
of Elizabeth River i the Mward side of the mouth of the E'juard Branch of 
said River & beginning at a marked pine upon a Poynt called Fowre Farth- 
ing Poynt i running by the 3d Ewd branch side E5E 232 pole unto a mark- 
ed pyne standing on a poynt ye .'Jujard side of the mouth of a Creeke named 
Dum in I'lire a running upp by the side of the said Creeka over poynts .'-JNE 
143 pole unto a marked gumm standing by a gutt or branch side i soe ..'N.i 
232 pole crossing ye (faded-could be the word lano?) unto a marked pins 
i soe SSwi 148 pole crossing -(faced)- small gutts or poynts i butting 
towards the .Viaina River (to?) the first menconed marked tree. The said 
2GG acres being due unto the sd JOH.M .'JATTKirJS by assmt? from CAPT THG5 : 

JILLQUGH3Y E33R. p(er) a patt: bearing date 13 Fee 1535 prcvided 

JOHN .jATTKIi^S doth- seate or plant upon the sd. land within 3 years " 

Recorded 15 Jul 1643 Dated 17 Apr 1543 - I JCH:i JATKIXS . . . .f or the 

sume of 3C00 1 too i: caske to mee in nand paid have sold unto RICH: 

C3WCUE5T CENT. & THGiV.AS 3RIDCE, '•'.erchant the full 2GC acres of land in 
this patent JGH:J ( + ) 'JATXirjS (:.cc 5 7Sa,79) 

15 Aug 1543 - Difference between CAPT: THG^'IAS :iILLQuCH5Y and CAPT: JGHr^ 
5I53EY referred to the next Court. The difference between BARTHOLC.''E:i 
HGSKIi'JS agst CAPT: THGiViAS JILL0JGH3Y referred to the next Grand Assencly 

(:'.co 5 522) 

16 Aug 1543 - but Recorded 14 Dec 1543 - RICHARD CC:JGL'E3T agao about 25 
yeares sworne sayeth that about iV.ay last was about 12 montns (1537) ,"."R 
.JAKE /now deceased/ being at the house of CAPT: /jILLGL'GHBY and being in 
conference in the presence of this deponent CAPT: .JlLLGUGHaY desired tnis 
deponent to tall CAPT: 3Ia£EY that if he the sd 5ibsey would utterly 
relinquish the ICOO 1 tod for which the said CAPT: .ylLLQUGHcY was content- 
ed to putt the busynesses concerning the co-partnership of i']H. JAKE i 
CAPT: SI53EY to the hearing of fowre men, and soe to bee determined by 
the Court or the said Capt JILLGL'GHSY usea words to that same ef- 
fect and accordingly this deponent die speake to CAPT: SI3SEY i after- 
wards drew a discharge for ye said 1GG0 1 too. This deponent sayeth that 
after the Arbitrators hao made tneir report to the County Court of Lower 
iMorfolk CAPT: .\.ILLG'JGHaY ana CAPT: SIE3EY being in dispute i contending 

in worth CAPT: .w'lLLQUGHEY in presence of the Comrs: that were then 
present cid proffer to have the busynesses ended by the said Court a the 

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sd CAPT: iJlLLClUGHBY seemed to bee very earnest with CAPT: 3I55EY to have 
the same determined & the said CAPT: ;JILL01JGH3Y sayd if see bee you tijill 
not haue the busynesses here determined or heard, referr itt to James 
towne /or words to that effect/ i soe at the same time afterwards they 
both uizt: CAPT: ■'JlLLQUGHav and CAPT: SI3SEY did consent and agree to 
referr it to the Governor and Counsel!. 

This deponent sayeth that CAPT: :UILL0UGHEY did goe 2 severall tymes 
the last winter about Xmas (1S47) to meet the Arbitrators at CAPT: SIB- 
SEYS house i at theire last meeting CAPT: i^ILLOUGHSY was very ill and 
full of payne /as he a good while had complayned of/ i in the Phisicans 
hands and in the Judgment of the deponent could not meet. And this 
deponent sayeth that CAPT: l^JILLQUGH3Y /till then/ desired and endeavor- 
ed /as far as hes could pceive/ to have an end of the busynesses. And 
further sayeth not. 

-Witnesses; 16 Aug 1548 RI: CC'^QUEST 

ff SAMCIS f'lASQN d: MATH: PHILLIPPS (Nco S 102) 

He is Burgess present at a Quarter Court 1 Sep 1 64B (.'-vlco 3 57) 
He is ABSEMT at Court 6 Oct 1548 (iMco B SSa) 

3 Nov 1648 (i^ico a aga) 

15 i'^jov 1543 - -vihereas CAPT: THQ: .'JILLCUGHBY ES3S . was by order of Gov: 
i Counsell, dated IS Oct last past enjoyneo to exhibita an accoumpt of 
the whole estate of iTiR. RICHARD .JAKE dec: to this Court being proved 
by the Sherr: that the sd CAPT: .'JILLGUGH3Y had tymely notice therof by 
a copy of ye said order left with him tsnn oayes before this Court (5 
Mov 1643) uppon peticon of CAPT: JOHN SIBSEY the Comrs: doe certify 
that the said CAPT: WILLQUGHEY hath not performed aforesaid order from 
the Gov: i Counsell. (l^Jco 5 91a) 

13 Dec 1648 - CAPT: THOMAS '-lilLLOUGHSY returns the Inventory of r^'.R. 
RICHARD WAKE dsc'd taken the 13 Dec 1548: Total sume 24,932 1 tob 
plus. (i\lca 3 97a 

101a) 

14 Dec 1548 - See above 15 Aug 1548 

15 Dec 1648 - These are to certify that ,"^1R. THO : LAiMaERT, MR. MATH: 
PHILLIPPS, MR. RICH: CONQUEST and MR. THO: IVY doe well remember that 
when CAPT: THO: WILLOUGHBY ESQR. peticoned to this Court for a ier: of 
administracon on the estate of MR. RICH: WAKE deceased CAPT: JOHN SIBSEY 
was willing to lett CAPT: JILLQUGHBY administer on the sd estate soe 
that hee might bee the first satisfyed, and the sd CAPT: 'JlLLQUGHaY said 
yea, yea or words tc that effect. (Nco B 1G3) 

He is ABSENT at Court from 15 Dec 1543 to 15 Jun 1549 when he presides 
at Court. (Nco B 117) 

After staying in Virginia from Sep 1646 until Dec 1545, 21 months, he 
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15 Aug 1549 - iV,a. RICHARD CC'^QUEST pit: agst CAPT THQi-^-AS .JILLOUGWSY ZSZ . 
daft. i>'iR CONGUEST is non-suitsd for lack of witnesses or evidence. 

(:\:co = 12Ga) 

1 Oct 1649 - CAPT: THOMAS .-.'ILLOUGHSY E5G. is appointed attorney of SL'SA:",: 
(RIVERS?) of Ratciiffe, Parish of Stepney, co. Middlesex, England, widow 
of ROEERT (RIVERS?) dated 10 Jul 1547. (Nco 5 1 23 ) 

31 Oct 1549 - CAPT: THOMAS 'JILLOUGHEY as administrator of RICHARD MKZ 
dec'd is ordered to pay a debt of 1000 1 too & casks to THO : BRIDGES adm. 
of ROGER ffLETCHER. (.'Jco 3 124a) 

Ha is ABSEr^iT at Court 10 ,"Jou 1549 - 1 ,Niau 1653 (Nco 3ook 3) 

(4 years) 

During this trip there are the following recoras: 

25 "eo 1649/50 - Judgmt confessed by THO: 3UTTEIRS for ye payment of 773 
1 tab unto CAPT: THO; .yiLLOL'GHBY. (f>Jco 3 135 ) 

Case oetween CAPT: THOMAS '-iJILLOUGHSY i CAPT: FRATnICIS YARDLEY referred 
to the next Court. 

27 Fea 1549/50 - CAPT: THOMAS IJILLOUGHSY did heretofore deliver unto 

(JESY?) HCSKI^viS, EMMA '^AKE, a fatherless and motherless child 

now to be given to RICH: CQf'JQUEST to maintayne ic 

(Mco 3 135a) 

15 Mar 1549/50 - Upon the request of CAPT: THOMAS '^JILLCUGHSY by his son 
an attachment is granted against the estate of SAMPSQM CALVERT. ("Jote: 
Thomas '.Jilloughby II was 17 years 3 months old at this Court) (Ncoa 141a) 

16 Mar 1549/50 - THOMAS 'iJILLQUGHaY II in Court about a theft of goods by 
Manuel ye Portugese. (\co 3 142 ) 

28 Mar 1649/50 - (a badly mutilated item) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxTHO : 
.JILLOUGHBY by his ('.'j?)ill i testament xxxx apoin(t9c?) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(T)HC: .JILLOUGHBY xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxxx of nis xxxxxxx will with the 
xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx that hee xxxxxxx xx xxpess of any ma(tt)er of impor- 
tance without my aprobacon unt(il) the returne xxx or ye sonne attain to 
ye full age of 2(1) xxxx xxxx ye sonne shall act concerning his father's 
xxxtion xxxxx xxxx u valid untill his power bee countermanded xxxxx xxx:< 
the(m?) or mysalfe. I CQn(fe)5s he is very xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx yet 
being is Cheifsly concerned xxxxxxxxxxxxx Industry will rscompence that 
oisxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (arize?) xxx the remembrance of mxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

I snail xxxxxxx very loving ffriend xxxx 

SAM: MATHE'.-jES 
To his vary loving friends the Comrs: of Lower .'Jcrfoik County. 

(::co b 145 ) 

(.'Jots: Did Capt. .■Jilloughby leave a will with Sam: Mathewes, and alsc 
leave him in charge of his son, Thomas? Or - is this record giving the 
son powar- to act for his father - ses what follows.) 



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13 Jun 1550 - A.NiNE .jATXIXiS , mayd servant to CAPT: THOMAS .-ilLLOUGHBY E3Q. 
being delivered cf a child i will not confess ye father of it to be giv- 
en 30 lashes unless she confesses .uho gott the cniic. . . . (,':co 2 lATa) 

19 Jun 1650 - Peticon of THCi'".AS .^JILLQUGHEY JR. in ye bshaifa cf his fat- 
her that i'liARGRAT th= servant of "iR. CQN'QL'EaT hath croken doors.. 

.stolen goods a golc ring the maice is to be tried. 

(Nco 5 149a) 

15 Aug 1550 - THOfiAS vuILLOUGHcY JR. is in Gourt but his cases are refer- 
red to the next Court. (.N!co £ 152 ) 

1 >Jov 155C - Several cases of THQi'lAS JILLQUGHBY JR are reffered to the 
next Court. (;\lco 3 1 55 ) 

15 Dec 1550 - THOMAS JILLOUGHaY JR is still acting as attorney for his 
father. (iMco 5 161) 

15 "sb 1650/1 - THOiTAS UilLLQL'GHEY JR. to satisfy a debt as attorney for 
his father, and at the same Court: 

Upon long debate in the business bet^ijsen RICHARD CG'JG'JlST pltf and 
CAPT: THCTiAS '.•jILL0UGH3Y it was ordered that all suites of lawe between 
them should cease until! ye returne of ye sd CAPT: '.'JILLQ'JGricY cut of 
England if in case ye sd CAPT: .JILLOUGHEY return by ~ ah next (1551/2) 
then CDrJQUEST to prcceede. {}ica 3 151a) 

(Sama Court i same page) - Jpon peticon cf Ai'nI.'nIE 'CATKINS servant of 
CAPT: TnO.v.AS .JiLLuSYE C0:'JCER:'JI>JG HER "REEDOi-iE. It is ordered that sd 
A'\J,''JE should be set free, the sattisfyinge i payinge unto THC-'iAS .jILL- 
uL;GH3Y jr. Attorney cf CAPT: THQi'mAS 'JILLG3Y 5E'\iR. ye seme of oOC 1 too 
neglect of service and shee ye sd ANNE havinge unlau^fully brought forth 
a cnild duringe ye tyr.e of her sd service. And she ye sd A,"\iME to put in 
security for ye pformance hereof - otherwyse to serve ye sd THOMAS till 
shee pcure it. And ys sd THOMAS .-jILLOSYE to give unto ye sd Ai\l"\iE /upon 
her securitye givinge/ the Corne .1 Cloathes which of right celonce unto 
her according to the CustoiTie of ya Country or by Indenture, (.^co 5 151a) 

Recorded 3 Mar 1550/1 Dated 20 Oct 1550 - It is ordered by tne Court 
that the (controversies?) depending between CAPT: THOMAS JILLCBY i CAPT: 
JOHivl 3I5SEY should be referred unto us the subscribers. .. .acccrding to 
an order we mett and hereby make our report as followeth: CAPT: JOSEPH 
JOHNSDu peticoned as ye attorney of CAPT: THO : /JILLQ3Y ESQ. for recovery 
cf a dect cf b 190 sterlinge to be due unto him from the estate of 
RICHARD -;'AKE dec'd ii presented an Estate beinge in ye hands of JGHi~\l SIE- 
SEY as co-partner '^ith the sd '.JAKE. On the motion of MR: xxxxxx JHIT3Y 
ye atty of ye sd CAPT: J0H;>J SI3SEY desireing CAPT: JOHMSOM to xxxxxxxxx 
-(a whole line cf this record is missing)- THOMAS .m'ILLOSY had his ires 

of administration granted unto him. Jee find noe proof e thereof 

CAPT: JOH.'iSD.\ asked to make tne dect appears, cut he answerec that he 
had other papers he would not produce untill CAPT" 'JILLOL'GHcYE his (re- 
turne?) XXX this Country. ;jhereupon we could proceed no furtner, ED..: 
3Ln;jD, JOnrj HARLO..E, THO: SJSHRGDE, GEO: HILL. (::co 3 159 ) 

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16 Jun 1551 - It appeareth by the confassicn of THO: .JILL0UG1-!3Y JR. 

(i JQHM HOLMES that they tooke one boate d oares out of the possession of 

JOE; BEASLwY and that ye sd boate was lost ordered that so 

HOLWES k WILL0UGH3Y pay unto THO: GOODRICH (atty?) of sd 3EA3LEY 300 1 
too a piece in lieue of the sd boate (iJco B 179a) 

? 'Ao\j 1551 - Certificate to THOMAS WILL0UGH3Y JUWR for 350 acres of 
land for the transportation of 7 pers: JANE LATHAi^i, A;\IW .'JHITE, ED.iARD 
MICKSO.M, J0H:J DAVYES, JOH^J I'lOEBY, JOHN POTTER & JOHN PRADE sd -JILLCUGH- 
5Y in open C'nrt hath assigned over all his rights unto EN3IG.\iE l<EELIi«G 

Both Cert: (Nco 3 17ga) 

7 Nov 1551 - Certificate to THOiMAS JILLQUGHEY JUNR for SOO acres of 
land for the transportation of 17 pers: RICHARD BARKER, ffRANCIS DONOR, 
ffRANCIS VAUGHAN, AMBROSE ALFORD, ^^ILLIAW CHURCHf-lAN , THOiTAS BATELY, M'. 
CREATEN, MAUDLIN PARKER, ANNISON {M) , JOANE SMITH, TOBIAS INMAN, 
WANUELL DOLUEERE, WILLIAM DEANE, ANNE WATKINS , THOMAS SOEBY , HENERY 
HOl'JSER, JOHN UINTON - sd .'JILLOUGHBY in open Court hath assigned over 
unto JOHN rWRTIN. (These two certificates are not in Nugent) 

15 Jan 1551/2 - JANE LATHAM complains to the Court of her ill usage by 

her master MR. THOS: i,yiLLOUGHSY ordered that she return to her 

masters house until the next Court and then MR. 'JILLOUGHBY i JANE LATH- 
AM to appears <2c to bring witnesses and MR. 'JILLOUGHBY to procuce 

ye ropes end wherewith he confessed he struck ye sd LATHAM. (Nco 5 210 ) 

15 Sep 1552 - Meeting of Comrs: LEIUT: COL: CORNELIUS LOYD to have tne 
command of the family of CAPT: THO: JILL0UGH3Y and all the families 
from thence to the mouth of the Eastern Branch of Elizabeth River. 

(Nco C 21 ) 
21 Dec 1552 - On petition of ANDRE'J NICHOLLS setting forth the abuse of 
JOHN DAVYES towards him by stricking and beatings the said MICH ELLS in a 
most pittifull manner, and the said MICHELLS being an aged man, anc fully 
provinge the same in open Court upon oath, order that DAl/YES at the ex- 
peration of the term he has to serve to CAPT: THOS: JILLOUGHBY, serve 
MICHELLS 5 months or pay him 500 1 tob. (Nco C 29 ) 

15 Apr 1553 - Certificate to THOMAS JILLOUGHBY JR. for 3C0 acres of land 
for trans of 16 pers: MARY BENNETT, ALEXANDER BELL, JOHN 5ELL, JOHN 
GORE, JOSEPH TOOGOOD, JAMES JICKARD (Jhishard?) , RICHARD DRAPER, JOHN 
MURKEALLEN, WILLIAM ffELL, PAUL TRIGGE, JOHN SAVVIDGE, MATHEJE HANCCCKE, 
GEORGE HILL. (See Nu 302 - same headrights in both patents. This is 
prooably part of the 1654 patent for 2900 acres) (Nco C 44 ) 

1 Nov 1653 - In the causesdepending between CAPT: THOMAS JILLOUGHBY and 
several other persons, th= def erdents are ordered to pay debts of var- 
ious amounts. (Nco C 59a ) 

15 Dec 1653 - 2 cases are heard for CAPT: THOMAS JILLOUGHBY - "uccn the 
ccmplaynt of CAPT: THOMAS JILLOUGHBY to the Court shewinge the great 
losse and damage he is dayly likely to sustayne, by reason of otners 



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markeing their cattle of his tnarke, i it appearing that ys ad CAPT: 
.ilLLOUGHSY his marke to have oaen by him, used about 30 years uitnout 
alteration. Ordered that all cattle that are of CAPT: .jILLQL'3H2Y 's his 
marks beings cropt on ye right ears i the left ears whole ce i remayne 
unto the said CAPT: ;^jrLLOUGHSY except iMAJOR LAiV.SERT, or any otner can 

justly clayms the same (;-Jco C 55a) 

Thsre is also a case of THOi'iAS .JILL0LIGH3Y JR. which may mean that hs 
is still handling his fathers affairs. (He won't be 21 years until 
the 25 Decsmbsr) 

22 iV;ar 1553/4 recorded but datad 5 Dec 1553 - A long letter dated in 
Yarmouth the 5 Dec from WILLIAM 3CAPE3 to CAPT: THQiiiAS JILLQUCHeY, xR. 
LEii",U£LL i'1A3G;>] and iMR. JOHN HOLTAES in Virginia, concerning tobacco rsc'd 

for account of HE^JERY SEAWELL (iMco C 79 ) 

On the same day: CAPT: THOiV.AS 'JJlLLOUGHSY , iMR . LEMUELL i'^ASOM & JOHN 
HOL.'uES TO ACCEPT PR0P0SITIQ:J OF MR. WILLIAM SCAPES concerning the taking 
of HENERY SEAWELL 2H orphan as an apprentice, according to a letter pro- 
duced. 

21 Sep 1554 - L'ppon the complaint of MARY 3E>J'JETT i by i with ye consent 
of CAPT: THOMAS dILLOUGHBY her master. It is oraered that she shall have 
her freedom to dispose of herseifs within 'the County untill shs shall be 
brought to bed i one moneth after. 

She ye sd 3E:iMETT puttinge ye CAPT: 'JILLOUGHSY nor his son THOMAS '.-JIL- 
LOUGHBY to no charge nor expense i at ye monthes end to return to ye sd 
CAPT: .■JILLQUGHaY his service again. (i^>Jco C 97 ) 

21 Sep 1554 - THOMAS WILLGUGHBY JR. is fined 50 1 too for swearing in 
open Court. (i\lco C 95a) 

21 Sep 1654 - Certificate to CAPT: THOMAS .■JILLOUGHBY for 300 acres for 
trans: of ALICE JILLOUGHaY, THOMAS WILLCUGHBY, ELIZABETH WILLDUGHBY, 
EDwARD FLETCHER, EDMO>JD DOl■JLA^JD « THOMAS GEE. (^Nco C 96 ) 

(This is part of the fallowing patent - same headrignts: 
7 Oct 1554 - CAPT: THOMAS JILLOUGHBY Pat: 2900 acres , Lower :-iorfolk Co. 
In Lynhaven Parish including 1500 acres for which ha has a patent dated 
19 Mar 1543 (iiU34) 1400 acres beginning at the dwelling house 3c against 
Hogg Island to head of MR. MASON 's Creek, for the trans, of 23 persons: 
MARY BEN.METT, ALEXANDER BELL, JOHN BELL, JOHN GORE, JOSEPH TOCGGQD, PET- 
ER SA^^iDON, JAMES .'JHICHARD, RICHARD DRAPER, JNO: MICHALLEN, 'JILLIAM FELL, 
PAUL TRIGG, JOHN SARRIGG (SAl'AGE?) , DAN SNODDY, MAT HA:.C0CX, GEORGE HILL, 
Wabell a woman, THO: PUCKERELL , IJILLM: GRI'FEN, ALICE JILLOUGHBY, THQ : 
■.'JILLOUGHBY, ELIZABETH vJlLLOUGHBY , ED'JARD FITCHER (Fletcher?), EDMUND 
DOJLAND, THOMAS GEE, I'JM: GRIFFEN, JNO : MICKEY, WM: STANLY, GEORGE ARM- 
STRONG. (Compare headrights names with other patents) ('JU 302 ) 

15 Nov 1554 - Whereas MARY BENNETT caused an acccn to oe enterad against 
THOMAS ■.■JILLOUGHBY JUNR. the ye said .■JiLLGUL.'-:BY senainge his letter to 
this Court wherein he craved a referring to ye next Court ye Comrs: of 
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doth grants him a referenca. And with order that ye said THD;-1A3 'JJILLQU- 
GH5Y shall make his persanall appearance at ye next Court to be held for 
this county vJhereby to answer ye said accon. And it is further ordered 
that she ye sd f'iARY BE'JNETT shall have libertie to dispose of herselfe 
within this County where she thinke fittings untill ye next Court. And 
the Court to save harmlesss those that shall entertayne her the sd TnARY 
5£'J?JETT. (.•'Jco C 105) 

15 Dec 1654 - Know all men by these presents that I, RICHARD STARMELL of 
the .Jesterne Branch of Elizabeth River in the County of Lowsr iMorffolks, 
Coopsr, doe binds over my whole estate unto CAPT: . TKOriAS i*.'ILL0LIGH5Y of 
the aforesaid County upon breach of the Condicon follovjing, '.'Jitness my 
hand this 15 Dec 1654. Signed: RICHARD STARMELL 

The condicon of this obligation is such that if ths bond bound on 
RICHARD 3TAR^JELL shall save defend and forever ksepe harmlesss THOiV.AS 
i-'ILLOUGHSY Sonne to the said CAPT: THOMAS .JILLQUGHBY aforesaid of and 
from all damage, trouble or molsstacon whatsoevsr that shall or may ariss 
from iilARY SEi'J^'JETT ssrvant to ye said CAPT: THOi.lAS VJILLQUCHEY or be any 
Charge for or towards the bringings upp of the Child shss navj hath. That 
then this present writeing be voyds and of none effect or- else to remains 
in full force, power u vertue Dated under my hand this 16 Dec 1554. 
';Jit: THOf.iAS ffULCHER Signed: RICHARD STARNELL (.''Jco C 110) 

15 Dec 1654 - CAPT: THOfiiA'S '.J ILLQLiCHBY in open Court engaged himself e to 
Deliver unto MARY BEi'.'.NETT to and for ye use of the Child .yhich shee now 
hath, one heiffer of two years ould uppon Demand. ('ico C 11G) 

15 Dec 1654 - Ae dos pressnt THOr'AS JILL0UGH3Y jU'^iR: for comitting of 
fornication with [hARY BEM'JETT singlewoman, his father's servant. 

(:Jco C 113a) 
15 Dsc 1654 - It is ordered by Joynt Consent in open Court between CAPT: 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 4 MARY BE.^i'JETT servant to ye sd CAPT: IJILLOUGHBY that 
ye said MARY BE".."JETT shall be free and at her owne discosai prssenciy the 
payeing to ye sd CAPT: -JILLQUGHBY in March next one hh (hogshead) cf too. 
to contayns 300 pound u casks i uppon non paymt thereof that then the sd 
MARY 3E">J^^ETT is to returne to her Masters service againe ana alsoe ye sd 
iMARY 3E:-;i^JETT is to pay to ye said CAPT: JILLCL'GHBY or his assignss one 
hh cf tob mors uppon ye 10 Jan 1555 to contains 300 lb d- casks or shs to 
returne to ye sd CAPT: iAJlLLQUGHBY his ssrvics againe 4 to serve out her 
full time according to her indenture from ye date cf these presents. 

(;^C0 C 1173) 

Recorded 24 Mays 1555 - 
Honored Sir: 

You are humbly intreated, and both by the Countie i thee Cc^^ 
fully imcowrad to pvide a Minister cf Gods word for us, wharshy our nsc- 
essitie to you very well knowne mays be supplied, for wnich if you pisusc- 
to undertake for us, wee snail with a genall Consent very thanckfuii to 
you, And doe hereby ingage for ourselves, and on the behalf a of ths vjnole 
Countie to allows to ths said M.inister yesrely 10,000 1 too whicn -jas cor- 
ceive wiibe A Gomcstent ailoi'.ance for A very acis, godly i ncnest ;.ian. 



Tho.Tias .Jilioughby I 

■.\/'hose abiiiities vues shall not in ths least distrust your acprobacon, 
soe wishing your happy i prosperous Voyage '.yes take leave, Cornitt you 
to God i2c Remayne 

Your assured friends 
(•\lca C 158) JQH^J SIDNEY 

THO: LAiV.EERT 
From Linhauen Court this FRA: Eii'PERGR 

24th of iViaye 1555 THO: BRIDGE 

Supscribed LEMUELL 'AASD^l 

To CAPTAY^>JE THO: L'JILLQUGH3YE JON: PORTER SEM, 

ESQR: theis JC.M : PORTER JUN. 

(Capt. '.■Jilioughby never returns from this last trip) 

In the IS years from the beginning of the Lower Morfolk County Records 
to Way of 1555 we can be fairly sure of the length of Capt. /Jilloughay ' s 
trips to England and probably Barbados, for he left an estate in Barbados. 

In those 18 years he was "out of the Colony" for about 12 years, 5 
months was spent in Maryland in 1546. His longest visit home to Virginia 
was less than two years in 1547 - 1646. 

17 rjov 1555 - At ye request of THO: viILL0UGH3Y JR. A reference is granted 
Py RICHARD CONQUEST in ye difference depending oetween RICHARD CONOUEST 
pit. i ye sd WILLOUGHSY deft untill Feb Court next (supposing then his 
father will bee in ye Country) then t: be heard and ceter~ined. (.'.Ico 25a) 

April 1557 - a Barbados record - THG.MAS 'JILLOLIGHSY ESQ dac'd - adi-^inistra- 
tion to THO: :flIDLETO:^I, ESQ, neohew of THOrlAS .'JILLOUGHEY late of Virginia, 
but in ALHAL0WE3 3ARKING, (London, England) to the use of TH0,:;A5 <i ELIZA- 
SETH -(JILLOLJGHaY ye children now beyond the sea. (Caribeanna 5 p 205) 

15 Aug 155S - Commission of administration is granted unto THC3 : JILLCU- 
GriBY JR upon his fathers estate, CAPT: THOfi'.AS /JILL0UGH5Y who deceased in 
England. (^Nco D p 152) 

Dated 13 Feb 1659 Recorded 18 Jan 1560 - I THOMAS .-JlLLOLGHaY of ye 3arba- 
dos, Marriner, Agent i Factor in Principal unto THOMAS MQDYFORD -'r COr^lPArjY 

have made ic appointed THOMAS '.I'lLLOUCHGY , GEiJT. of Virginia to be 

my true i lawful attorney. THOS : WILLOUGHSY cc Seals (;>Jco D 265) 



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ALICE -JILLGUGHBY - In a patent to CAPTAIW THQimAS .'jILLGUGHEY 21 Sep 
1654 ( ,\lco .C 98), 7 Oct 1554 (,\IU 302), the headrights listed included: 
ALICE, THQiOAS and ELIZABETH WILLOUGHEY. 

His family had obviously been in England with him on one of his 
many trips cut of the Colony of Virginia, The son THQ.ViA5 .uILLOLCHEY 
II was in Virginia between the dates of Cctober 1549 to 21 5ep 1654 
during one period when his father was "out of the Colony". 

This same patent states; "2900 acres in Lynnhavan Parish including 
1500 acres for which he has a patent, 19 Mar 1643/4. The records for 
the Courts between December 1543 and February 1544/5 are missing from 
the iJorfolk County Record Books, however, there is no indication of 
Capt. Jilloughbys presence in the Colony during that period, and he 
is absent at the April Court. He is present and presiding at the 15 
May 1545 Court. Did the whole family accompany young Thomas when he 
entered Merchant Taylors School in London, England in 1544? 

In searching the records for an Alice who could possibly be the 
wife of Capt. Thomas ;Jilloughby the following has been found: 

ALICE LAJSCM, THQ: RQLFE (son of Pocahontas), .jILLIAM THQMPSG.^ 
(brother-in-law of Capt. 'iJm. Tucker), PEETER JILLOUGHBY (a relation 
of the Capt.?). and others were headrights in the patent to CAPT. wM: 
PIERCE 22 Jun 1635 in Lawnes Creek, Surry County. (Nil 29) 
You will find that Alice Lawson is the wife of CHRISTOPHER LA.jSQivi in 
1624 in James City County. (OQ 232) 

JQH.N LAYDa:>l (LEYDE.^J) = soon after the Fall of 1608= .^^'A 5URRAS 

b ca 1580 (l^JU xxviii i Cooke 45) (Mrs. Forrests mayd) 

Came in the Susan Constant Apr 1507 - She came in the 2nd Supply in ^'^^ -^ ^'i^r^- 

the Mary Margaret in 1506. u^c^i ;.-s. 

They were among the living in Virginia 15 Feb 1523 at Basse's Choice '■" ' ' 
(now Isls of .iight County), and had the following issue: 

VIRGi;JIA LAYDQ.'vl b. between 1608 - 1523 

ALICE LAYDCM DID SHE MARRY = between 1623/4-1631 = CAPT. THQS: JILL0UGH3Y? 
b between 1508 - 1523/4 b 1501 

b possibly 1510-12 d 1657 

THOMAS iJILLQUGHBY II was born 1532. 

KATHRYi^ LAYDQN b. between 150S i: 1623 
MARGARET LAYDQ;\i b. " 1508 4 1623 

Among the living 16 Feb 1523 at Basses 's Choice were CAPT. .jILLIAM TUCKER 
and THOMAS JILLCUGHBY. 

In 1525 CAPT. JILLIAM TUCXER i CAPT THOMAS .ilLLCUGHSY had patents of land 
"within the mouth of Pamunkey River (now York River), "and .Jilloughoy ' s 
patent became known as .jillouahby ' s Point about 1635. (4 VC557,55a i.'JL'ZI ) 

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In 1623 he was living near Eiunt Point, and between 1535 and 1525 
there are several patents to JOH.'i LAYCG?J situated bet'.ijeen 31unt Point 
and Jarwick River on the north side of James River and directly oelow 
Jilloughby Point. Some of his neighbors were: CAPT: THQiV.AS PUHI'IE, 
JGHi'-J POWELL, JOH.\ STRATTG.^', JO:JATHA,nJ i^AKZ (Thomas .iilloughby was adm- 
inistrator of Dr. Richard Jake's estate in 1645), .JIDDJ THCr'PSGi'^ ( Jm. 
Thompson was the bro-in-law of Capt. Am. Tucker), THOMAS 3E.JALL (was he 
a relative of Henry of .Jorfolk County?), GEORGE HULL (or nail) et als. 
These surnames will be familiar to anyone who has ever searched the 
Norfolk County records. 

'Jas Alice Lay ton the wife of Captain Thomas Jilloughby? His wife 
was not in his muster in 1623/4 indicating that the marriage would 
have been after that time. She was probably not 15 years old until 
about 1623, when Capt. Thomas would have been 27. He returned from 
a trip to England in 1527 which may mean that ha was married after 
that date. He then stayed in Virginia until 1532 at which time he 
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II Generation - ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY dau of Capt. Thomas Willoughby I 

ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 

b ca 1£30 - 1534 (she married before her brother, Thomas, and may haue 

been the first born) 

The name of Elizabeth makes one wonder if Capt. Thomas wJilioughby I 
of Virginia was a son of the Capt. Thomas vi-'illoughby of Barbados who 
was buried in the Parish of St. Martins, Barbados in fHar 1543/9 leaving 
a relict, Elizabeth, and a son Edward who administered on his estate in 
Sep 1549. Thomas Willoughby of Barbados, according to his administra- 
tion, was of Southwark, London, England. 

If he was a brother of .Sir Perciual 'AJilloughby , a member of the Vir- 
ginia Company of London who came to Virginia, then the line would tie 
in with what has been assumed in former publications: "that Capt. Tho- 
mos '^Jilloughby of Virginia was a nephew of Sir Perciual IJilloughby" . 

One can also speculate on the fact that Capt. Thomas VJilloughby of 
Virginia was out of the Colony from Dec 1648 until Jun 1649. Did he go 
to Barbados because of the illness of his father? Capt. Thomas of Va. 
left an estate in Barbados when he died in 1657 which was administered 
by his nephew, THOMAS WIDLETON, ESQUIRE. 

ELIZABETH .iJILLOUGHBY was living in Lower Norfolk County in 1672 
d. 

In 1636 an ELIZABETH 'JILLOUGHEY was transported to Accomac County, 
Va. by John Bell. (John Bell was later, 1553, transported to Lower 
Norfolk County by Thomas Willoughby II) Could this Elizabeth be the 
grandmother coming from Barbados to see her granddaughter and namesake? 

(Ncc C 44 4 1Q Vab55). 

In 1554 an ELIZABETH JILLOUGHBY is transported to Lower Norfolk 
County by CAPT: THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, as also, ALICE WILLOUGHBY (the moth- 
er?) and THOMAS WILLOUGHBY. (Nco C 98 & Nu 302 ) 

SARAH THCROWGOOD, daughter of CAPT.. ADAM THOROWGOOD 4 his wife SARAH 
(OFFLEY), married SIMON OVERZEE and died in childbed and was buried 
9 Oct 1558. Overzees interest in the estate of MRS. (CFFLEY-THORQW- 
GOOO-GOOKIN) YARDLEY was recognized by the Court 17 Jan 1653/9. 

(Nco D 166) 

ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY = (1) ca 1659 as his 2nd wife = SIMON OVERZEE of 
Maryland, New England and Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, Merchant. 

15 Aug 1660 - Administration granted to ELIZABETH OVERZEE on her hus- 
bands estate, MR. SIMON OVERZEE, at the request of MR. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, 

(Nco D 251) 
She married = (2) bef 1 Mar 1 66G/1 = MAJOR GEORGE COLCOUGH 

of Northumberland Co. , Virginia. 
He was the son of her brother's mother-in-laws' 3rd husband. 

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II Generation - Elizabeth Willoughby 

15 Mar 1650/1 - MR. UilLLOUGHBY (THOmAS II) attorney of MR. COLCQUGH who 
married ye relict and administrator of SYMQiM OVERZEE. (iJco D 292) 

a Sept 1662 - MRS. ELIZABETH COLCQUGH, widow of MAJOR GEORGE COLCQUGH 
to administer his estate in Morthumberland County, Va. (19 Vab 25) 

30 — 1664 - ELIZABETH COLCQUGH, widow of MAJOR GEORGE COLCOUGH had 
married = (3) betw 1662 - 1664 = ISAAC ALLERTON (19 Vab 25) 

Northumberland County, Va. 

17 Aug 1563 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY (ll) attorney of GEORGE COLCQUGH obtay- 
ned an Order in Jun Court 1662 against THOMAS HARVEY for 3284 1 tob. 
Upon Willoughby's peticon the sd order waived in behalf e of ISAACKE 
ALDERTOiM who married ye relict 4 administrator of ye sd Colcough. 

(Nco D 375) 

20 Feb 1563 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY (II) 4 SARAH, his wife, gave power of 
attorney to "our loving brother ISAAC ALDERTON". (19 Vab 2) 

Isaac Allerton was the son of Elizabeth's brother, Thomas', mother- 
in-law's 4th husband. He was of Westmoreland County, Virginia. 

ELIZABETH (WILLOUGHBY, OVERZEE, COLCDUGH)i ISAAC ALLERTON had issue: 

•JJILLQUGHEY ALLERTON b after 1554 
MARY ALLERTON b after 1654 
SARAH ALLERTON b after 1654 

The following items may be of interest because of the multiple marriages 
of URSULA 3ISSHE, mother-in-law of Elizabeth's brother THOMAS WILLOUGHBY: 

20 Sep 1652 - GEORGE COLCOUGH - certificate for 100 acres cf land in 
Northumberland County, Virginia (2 Vab 7) 

20 Aug 1655 - a deposition by RICHARD '.\1RIGHT, 22 years, (which is muti- 
lated) "they were drinking half a day just before the will was made" 
(This is either George Colcough's will or one he was writing for Mottrom, 
the second husband of Ursula Bisshe Thompson) (2 Vab 129) 

25 Mar 1549 - MRS. URSULA THOMPSON of Kiquohton widdo of RICHD THOMPSON 
gent, gives cattle to her children. To son RICHARD (under 21). To daus 
SARAH i ELIZABETH THOMPSON. (20 Vab 33) 

29 Sep 1557 - GEORGE COLCQUGH, Northumberland Co., Va. , and his wife, 
URSULA guardians of RICHARD i SARAH THOMPSON. George Colcough who 
married, before 1657, the relict of COL. JNO: MOTTROM, who was the re- 
lict of MR. RICHARD THOMPSON dec'd appointed guardian to the children 
of sd Thompson and administrator of his estate 20 Nov 1653. RICHARD 
'.JRIGHT administrator of Col. Mottrom objects. Wright had married ANNE 
MOTTROM, dau of Col. Jno: Mottrom. . (19 Vab 25) 

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II Generation - Elizabeth Willoughby 

ISAAC ALLERTON II - son of ISAAC ALLERTOM I a passenger on the Mlayf lower 
in 1620 i his wife FEAR, dau of i^JILLIAM BRE'^STER, also Mayflower passen- 
ger, 

See will of ISAAC ALLERTO^J I d 19 Oct 1659 - Mew Kaven probate R =1 
pp 62, 83. Also Gov. Bradford's "List of Mayflower Passengers. 

ISAAC ALLERTCM II, reared by his grandfather graduated from Harvard Col- 
lege 1650 Parried (1) before coming to Virginia = Elizabeth 

i had issue. 

He came to Virginia about 1555, probably as an agent of his father, a 
prominent \ew England Merchant trading from thsre to .'-Jew York and Virgi- 
nia. (The Allertons of .^Jew England 4 Virginia - .^Jew Eng. Reg. JUL 1891) 



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CCLOr^i£L THG.v.Aj VjILLCU3H3Y II = by 1560 = SArtAH THQF.PSCw (:.:u 532) 

b Xmas Day 1532 in Virginia b 

d .uill prcbatsd 1572 - not now of record wd Sao 1573 up 1573/4 Fab 

Inuentcry 15 Aug 1672 (.Nco Ef f 1 24a-1 25a) ("Jco f:f153) 

Hs attended ".erchant Taylor's School in London, England 1644 - 1647 i 
is listed as son of CAPT: THOMAS i.'JILLQUuH3Y , /■.erchant, of Rea Lyon 
Alley, St. Eotolph, Algate, London, England, (.".erchants Taylor's 
School Register) 

His wife was the daughter of RICHAnD THGiTPSQi'J of Northumberland Co. , 
I'a. and URSULA (BIS5HE) THQiViPSON , who is listed as a "widow of Kic- 
oughtan, Va." in 1649. (20 \/ab23) 

15 ,Viar 1549/50 - Upon the request of CAPT: T'-G:mAS /.'ILLOUGHSY hy his 
sonne an attachment is granted against the estate of SAWPSO/J CALVERT. 
(He is only 17 years, 2 months + of age at this time) (iilco £f 141a) 

15 .■■.ar 1549/50 - THQ.v.AS 'JJILLOUGHBY JUNR: is in Court about a theft of 
goods by .'''anusl ye Portugese. ('Jco Sf 142 ) 

23 Mar 1649/50 - (a badly mutilated record) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx THG ; 
JILL0UGH3Y by his ('.'j?)ill d testament xxxxxxx apoin(tsd?) xxxxxxxxxxxx 
xxxxx(his son?) THG: '.\ilLLGUGH3Y xxxxxxx (sxecutcr?) xxxxxxxxx of ris 
xxxxxxx .Jill with the xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx that hes xxxxxxxxxxx xxpass 
of any matter of importance without my aprabacon until the returns xxx 
of ye sonne attain to ye full age of 21 xxxx xxxx ye sonne shall act 
concerning his father's xxxtion xxxxx xxxx ^ valid untill his power be 
countermanded xxxxx xxxxx th3(m?) or myselfe. I can(fe)5s he is very 
(young?)xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx being is Cheifely ccncerned xxxxxxx 
xxxxxxxx Industry will recompence that disxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx(ari23?) xxxx 
the remembrance of xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I shall xxxxxxxxxx very loving 
ffriend xxxxx 

Signed: SA".: i^iATHE'.JES 
To his very loving friends the Ccmrs: of Lower Norfolk County. 

("Jco 3 146 ) 

(^iots: In reading the above record it should be ncted that Capt. 
Thomas .■.illoughby was "out of the Colony" from ijov 1549 until .'\!ov 1655. 
He has apparently left a will with Samuel I'lathaws appointing his son, 
Thomas .Jilloughby Jr. his executor at the age of 21 years. He has 
also given his son power to act for him unless his power ba counterman- 
ded cy the Commissioners or himself, for the records will show that 
he is acting as attorney for his father during his absence, even though 
only 17 years +. I cannot help but believe that this is putting a 
liiritation on just how far young Thomas can go in acting as attorney.) 

13 Jun 1550 - A,\'i"';E jATXI'JS, mayd servant to CAPT: THD.'^AS .JILLuLCHEY, 
tSZ. being delivered of a child i will not confess ye fatnsr cf it is 
to be given 30 lashes on her bare back unless sna confesses who cott 
the child. (::co 3 UTa) 

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Thomas .Jillcughby II 

19 Jun 1550 - Peticon cf THC'AS JILLOUGHSY JUKR: in ys bshalfs of his 

father, that f-'AHGARET the servant of f^R, CQi\iQ'JE5T hath xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

broken doores xxxxxxxxx stolen goods xxxxx a gold ring xxxxxxx, the ~aid 
is to be tried. (:.ico 5 14ga) 

15 Aug 1550 - THQ.ViAS JILLGUGHSY JU'JR: is in Court and his cases are re- 
ferred to the next Court. (.".co S 151a) 

1 :;ov 155G - Seusrall THG;^"i\5 .JlLLuLJCHSY JW'^?.. cases are referred to the 
next Court. (he is not yet IS years old) (';co 3 152 ) 

15 (Sec?) 1550 - THCiiAS JILLCJCHSY J'j:i=!: is still acting as attorney for 
his father. (;^co 5 161 ) 

15 Feb 1550/1 - THOmIAS ■.■JILLQ'JCHSY Sd^iR: to satisfy a dect cf his father'; 
as his attorney. 

- Upon long debate it was decided that all suits bst-jesn 
RICHARD CC;JuUi5T i CAPT. THOMAj ■..'ILLCUGHBY should cease untill ye re- 
turne of said CAPT: JILLC'JCHaY out of Engiana if in case ye sd CAPT: 
i'JiLLOLlGHBY returns by Feb next (1551/2) then COnQ'JEST to proceed. 

(Nco H 151 ) 

15 Feb 1650/51 - In a suit betvjeen CAPT: ffRA.'JCIS YARDLEY i CAPT:. THG."iA3 
IJILLQ'JGHSY, THGWA3 .JILLCUGH3Y JU.'JR:, as attorney of his father, is to 
pay the debt. 

- Upon the peticon of A,"JNE .-JATKIriS servant of CAPT: THC: 
w'lLLG'JGHcY concerninge her freedc.-n. It is ordered tnat sd A;,;jE shculc 
be set free, the sattisfyinge i payings unto THG^"A3 iJlLLGL'GHSY JLi.'iR: 
Attorney of CAPT: Ti-iGi'^AS .m'ILLG3Y SE.'vR: ye sone of SGO lb tab (neglect?) 
of service, and shee, ye sd ANfJE havinge unlawfully brought forth a 
child duringe ye tyne of her said service. And shee ye sd A,",;,'JE to put 
in security for ye pformance hereof - otner'.uyse to serve ye sd. THGr>"A3 
till shee pcure it. And ye sd THG."1A3 .JILLG5YE to give unto ye so A.m.ME 
(upon her security given) the Come i Cloathes which of righz belongs 
unto her according to the Custc-e of ye country as by Incenturs. 

(::co 5 151a) 

2 fflar 1550/1 - all controversies between CAPT: TKGi'"A5 waILL0L'GH5Y i CAPT: 
JGHu 3I3SEY awaitinc CAPT: wJlLLGuGHBY ' s return into this Colcnv. 

(::co 3 159) 

15 Jun 1551 - THG.'"iA3 JILLGJCHSY JL'i'iR: as attorney for his father, case 






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JL.'-".E3 , that they tocke one boate -(faded)- i oares out of the posses- 
sion cf JC3: 3E.-.3LEY and that ye sd boats aas -(faded)- lost. It is 
therefore ordered by the Court that they pay unto THC.'.'AS CGCDRICH or 
his asoignes, beinge attorney of the sc CEASLEY, 300 lb tab z piece 
■-jith caska i Court charges. (".ica 3 179a) 



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Thomas .jiiioughby II 

Ua\J 1551 - (this patant is not in 'Mugent) - Cartificats for 300 acres 
for transportation of 7 persons: JA;\iE LATHAi", A:j:j JHITE, ED.jARD :JICK- 
SC."J, JQH:j DAVYES, JQHN NEE3Y (or iViseby), JQK;'J POTTE.^ (Porter?), i JQH.'J 
READE 'c ye sd JILLQ'JGHEY hath in open Court assigned over his rights to 
E,"JSia:JE KEELIMG.. (Mco 5 190 ) 

:\iGv 1651 - Certificate to THO;"AS .'ilLLOLlCHBY JUi^JR: for 850 acres for 
transportation of 17 persons: RICHARD BARKER, ffRA.^CEo VAUGHAW, ■.J'll: 
CHURCHiV.a;\1 , wJiV>; CREATEM, JM: A.-JISQ'-J, ffRA^JCIS DE:JES (De.'Jes ? :jash?), 
A.V.BROSE ALFORD, THOnAS 3ATELY, iMAUDLLM PARKER, JQANE STiITH, T03IAS I>J- 
iViA.'vi, fiiANUELL DELVEERE, J.V,: DEA?JE, ANNE -JATKL'.S, THOMs SEELEY (Cheeley?), 
HENERY HCiJSER, JOHN \/i:jTQN. Ail of which rights TH0y,A3 JILLQL'GHaY JUi'JR: 
hath in open Court assigned over unto JQHiM f'lARTIN. (iJote: Anne '.'Jatkins 
'Ajas a servant asking for her freedom from Capt. Thomas ^'Jilloughby Feb 
1550/1 and had been delivered of a child in Jun 1550) (also note: that 
the name DaNes is a form of the name Mash - and thera was a Francis 
Nash who left a luill in Norfolk County in 1 586-1 cE7/a) (Nco S 190 ) 

15 Jan 1551/2 - JANE LATHAm', complains to the Court of her ill usage cy 
her master, ;iR. THO.^AS .JILLa'JGHBY (JUNR:) ordersd that she re- 
turn to her masters house until the next Court and than imR. .ilLLGUGHBY 

<j: JANE LATHAIm to appeara i bring '.yitnessas a HR. .JILLD'JGHBY to 

produce ye ropes end '.uhareuith he confessed he struck ye sd LATHA,",. 
(Thomas is now 19 years old) (Nco 3 210 ) 

15 3ep 1552 - at a meeting of the Commissioners: LIEUT: CGL : CGRNELIuS 
LQYD to have the command of the family of CAPT: THCpiAS JILLOUGHBY and 
all the families from thence to the mouth of the Eastern Branch of Eliz- 
abeth River. (Nco C p 21 ) 

15 Apr 1653 - (thase 15 headrights are included in CAPT: THGfi'.AS .ilLL- 
QJGHBY's 1654 patent - Nu 302) Cartificate to THCi'lAS '.JILLGUGHBY JUNR: 
for 3G0 acres for the transportation of 16 persons: i\ARY 3ENNETT, 
ALEXANDER BELL, JOHN SELL, JOHN GORE, JOSEPH TGOGGGD, JA|-,ES NICKARD 
(..hisard?), RICHARD DRAPER, JOHN luURKEALLEN, AK: ffELL, PETER 3ANDEN, 
PAUL TRIGGE, GRACE TRIGGE, JOHN SAVVIDGE, DANIEL SNOODY, .^ATHE.i HANCGCKE, 
GEORGE HILL. (Capt. Tho: .Jilloughby has been in England almost 4 yaars) 

(Nco C 44 ) 

(Note: Capt. Willcughby, the father, returns to Court 1 Nov 1653) 

21 5ep 1554 - Certificate to CAPT: THO.MAS uw'ILLOUGHSY for 300 acres for 
transportation of: ALICE (the wife?) .JILLOUGHBY, THGiV.AS .'JlLLDuGHBY , 
ELIZABETH ■JiLLOUGHBY, ED.'JARD FLETCHER, EDinCND DOJLAND, THG.v.AS GEE. 
(Note: these 3 parsons are headrights in the 1654 patent Nu 302) 

(Nco C 9£ ) 

21 3ep 1654 - THCr'.AB ^ILLOUGHBY JUNR., Gent, (ha is nou almost 22 years 
old) if fined 50 lb tob for swearing in open Court. (Nco C 56a) 



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Thomas Wiliouchby II 

21 Sep 1654 - Uppon ye complaint of ?'ARY BE.'JuETT (headright in ^cb<i^?3t. 
i in 1553 Certificate) A by & with ye consent of CAPT: Th0i'lA5 J'lLLQJGH- 
BY , her waster. It is ordered that she shall have her freedom to dis- 
pose of herselfe within this County untill she shall be brought to bead 
i one tiioneth after. (iJco C 97 ) 

15 ^Jov/ 1554 - LiJhereas "'"ARY BEl/J.^ETT caused an accon to be entered agst. 
THOiV.AS WILLO'JGMBY JU.'JR:, the sd JILLQUGHaY sendinge his letter to this 
Court wherein he craved a referring to ye next Co^jrt ye Commissioners 
of this Court viewinge his letter i takinge ye matter into consideracon 
doth grant him a reference. And with order that ye said TnGMiAS .ijILLOUGH- 
3Y shall make his personal appearance at ye next Court to be held for 
this County whereby to answer sd accon. And it is further ordered 
that she, ye sd iViARY 3E;'*\I,''jE;TT, shall have libertia to dispose of herselfa 
within this County where she think fittings untill ye next Court. And 
the Court to save harmlesse those that shall sntertayne her the sd ;'''.ARY 
3£;-,I.M£TT. (Nco C 105 ) 

15 Dec 1654 - Know all men by these presents that I, RICHARD STARNELL of 
the .-jesteme Branch of Elizabeth River in the County of Lower 'Nlorfolk, 
Cooper, doe binde over all my whola Estate unto CAPT: THOf^lAS l\JlLLCL'GHBY 
of the aforesaid County upon breach of the Condicion following, .witness 
my hand the 15 Dec 1554. 

RICHARD STAR^NiELL 
The condicon of this obligation is such that if the bond 
bound on RICHARD STARiJELL shall save Defend and forever keeps harmelasse 
THGi''",AS JILLOUGHSY, sonna to the said CAPT: THCi'lAS JILLCUGHBY aforesaid 
of and from all damage trouble or molestacon whatsoever that shall or 
may arise from i"ARY BE?JwETT servant to ye said CAPT: THQi'lAS .JILLQUGH3Y 
or cy any Charge for or towards the bringinge upp of tha Child shee now 
hath. That then this present writeing be voyde ana of nan effect or 
else to remains in full force power i vertue Dated unoer my hand this 
15 Dec 1554 
Jitness: TH0;MA5 ff'JLCHER RICHARD STARNELL 

CAPT: THCi'iAS .•JILLOUGHSY in open Court engaged himself a to 
deliver unto TiARY BENNETT to and for ye use of the Child which shee now 
hath, one heiffer of two yeares ould uppon Demand. (.'ico C 11C ) 

15 Dec 1654 - .je doe present THOHAS iJILLGUGHBY JL'"'JR: for comitting of 
fornication with fOARY EE.'JNETT singlewoman, his father's servant. 

(,"'Jco C 113a) 

15 Dec 1554 - I t is ordered by Joynt Consent in open Court between CAPT: 
THCpiAS .(.'ILLQUGHBY i "lARY BE/^NETT servant to ye sd CAPT: .iILLGL!GH3Y that 
ye said iV,ARY 3E.'Ji\lETT shal be free and at har owne disposal presently the 
payaing to ye sd CAPT: .JILLCuGHBY in .'larch next ana hh of tob. to con- 
teyne 300 pound i casks i uppon non paymt thereof that then the ye so 
i'",ARY 3E.'J."'JETT is to raturne to har nastnars sarvica againe Anc alsca tha 
ye sd i'AnV 3E!j;iETT is to pay to ye said CAPT: JILLCUGHEY or nis ass: ana 
hH of zcb mora uppon ye 10 Jan 1555 to cantaina 3GC pounds L casks cr she 
to raturne to ye sd CAPT: ..'ILLCL'GHSY his service againe i to serve out 
her full time according to her inoenturs from ye date a: trasa prassnts, 

Sb" (■■'=a C 117a) 



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17 Dec 1555 - The persons fined i the fines to be coliectsa by or bef- 
ore the next Court: 

JAiV.ES a.v.ITH 500 1 tab (f) JOHN 3A:^CKS 30C (l) 

JAiiiES STE'JARD 500 (l) THOw: .JATKIigS 60 

IJILL HATTERSLEY 500 (l) GEORGE HYA,--. 300 

SAVILL GA=;<I,M 600 (sell) :•',= . TliO: JILLQUGH5Y JU:JR: 3CG (f) 

HE.^ERY HI;JS0:J 300 (I) riR. Th'Q: ZDi^C:.DS 5DQ 

GEORGE HAJKI."'JS 500 JIDOO..' BECK (or 3erk) oOC 

AfJWE GGDEEY 300 

(f) = for fornication (l) = for incontyencye (sell) = selling sacks, 
brandy etc for too high a price. (,>icQ G 136) 

(riate: this fine is imposed exactly one year later) 

(.■\Iote: In ",ay 1655 Capt. Jiiioughby had again left the Golony of '^Ja. for 
England, so he was away when the above fine .yas imposed against his son.) 

17 Uo\j 1656 - At ye request of THO'lAG iilLLCUGHBY JUMR. , a reference is 
granted cy RICHARD CQinIQUEST in ye difference depending bet'jjeene GG.\- 
QLIE5T pltf. i ye sd WILLDUGHEY deft, untill Feb Court next (1557/3) 
supposing then his father will bee in ye Country, then to be heard and 
detsrmined. (.\co D 253 ) 

Capt. Thor.as .-illaughby coes not return from this trip for the aon- 
inistraticn of his estate in Garbadcs is granted to his nspnsw, ThO: 

."•;iDDLETC;i, E53. in Apr 1557 to the use of THC'IAS i ELIZABETH .JILL- 

0UGH5Y ys children, now beyond the sea. (Caribeana 5 p 2C5 ) 

15 Aug 1653 - To THOMAS JILLOUGHBY jU::R: a certificate for 2uG acres cf 
land proved due (.^icc D 151 ) 

15 Aug 155B - Connission of administration is granted untc him upon his 
father's estate, CAPT: THCr.AS '.•JILLOUGHBY , vjnc deceased in England. 

(:Jca D 152 ) 

17 Oct 1659 - At iV,AJCR HASC'^i's request in behalfe cf T.R. THOTiAS JILLCUG'-'- 
BY , he being sick, a reference is granted unto hin agst ED. J: 'JILDER until 
the next Court. (.'.'co D 229 ) 

Dated 15 Feb 1559/50 Recorded IS Jan 1550/1 

I, THGi'iAS .JILLOUGHBY of ys Barbados, ."arriner, Agent 1 Factor in Princi- 
pal unto THOMAS .'•'.GDYrORD i Ca*iPA:;Y have .-naae ic appointed THQ.'^AB 

•jILLGL'GHBY of Virginia Gent, to be ~y tru and lauful attorney 

(Presented in Court 15 Jan 155D/1) (:Jcc Z 235 ) 

25 F S3 1559/5G - At y.AjGR i-'.ABO.'; ' s request in ye behalfe of 'AR. THCiV.AB 
•jILLGUGHBY, hee being in .'•■.aryland upon very urgent business. (Goulc 
the business nave bean the death of Binon Gverzee, his sisters husband 
v:ho died at just about this tirria?) (;'icc D 245 ) 



Thomas .Jiilaughby II 

25 Apr IqgQ - ",H. THOi"'iAS ..'ILLGLluHBY fined 50 lb tcb for swGoring in open 
Court. (;jcc D 250 ) 

15 Jun 1650 - riR. THC"AS ;'JILLQUGH3Y , ",R, ADA"; THGRO'JGCQD i " = . Jf',: .".ICSE- 
LEY failing to appears to be sworne ComiTiissianers are to appsars at the 
next Court to be admitted and ans't^er their contempts. (ivJco D 257 ) 

15 Aug 1650 - Administration granted to lLIZAElTH C'JZRZZl on har hus- 
bands estate, IhR. 3LV,0;\! C'JERZEE at the request cf I'.R. THGnA5 JILLCU3H3Y. 

(:Jco D 251 ) 

15 ,v,ar 1550/61 - [mH. WILLCUGH3Y atturney of IIR, CQLCOUGH who marriec ye 
relict i administrator of 5YP;0N CVERZEE. (:»co D 292 ) 

10 Jun 1661 iV,R. THOS: JILLQUGHaY Commissicner at Court (3^105 ) 

16 Jun 1661 " " " (3NUa ) 
15 Oct 1651 " " " (2Nl6a ) 

Deed dated 29 .'■''.ar 1551 - Jestmoreland County, Va. conveying 10CC acres 
in said county which ';jere granted to SARAH, dau uc orphan of RICHARD 
THOr^'PSGN 13 :;av 1552, and now due said JILLQUGHaY as her husband, 
(see :.;ugent 532) , (l'j'4i;3 } 

3 Sep 1562 - ■Northumberland Co., 'ia. - RICHARD THaf'i?SGi\ selected THQi-'AS 
iJILLOL'GHEY as his guardian. (Richard is brother cf Thcs. .'j.'s wife) 

( 2.151) - (20 VablOg) 
20 Feb 1563/4 - Patent to RHICHAR TH0rr;?3Gi'J for 43 acres in :Jorthumcerland 
Co., Va. 15 Dec 1551 - sold by THO : '.vILLGUGHSY i SARAH, his wife and 
ELIZA5ETH THar'lPS0^j to .JM: THOfMAS 20 Feb 1653/4. (15.124) -(20 Vao 33) 

20 Dec 1362 - |V|R. THOMAS JILLOUGHaY - Commissioner at Court (3:i141 ) 

20 Dec 1652 - THOMAS VJILLOUGHSY attorney of THOimAS £E;\:iETT (could this be 
i^lARY 3E."\l.'JETT's brother or father?) (."Occ D 363 ) 

20 Feb 1663 -4 - THaiV,A5 ;JILL0UGH3Y d SARAH his .jifs gave pouer of atty. 
to "our loving brother ISAAC ALLERTD^' (Elizabeth Jilioughby's husoand) 
iJor thumberland Co., Va. (19 Vab 2 ) 

15 Jun 1563 - f^R. THGi-iAS JILLOUGHSY - Justice at Court (4:j 33 ) 

17 Aug 1553 - THOi»"AS '.JILLOUGHSY attorney of GEG : COLCQLCH obteyned an 
order in Jun Court 1552 agst THQimAS HARVEY for 32S4 lb tab. Upon JILL- 
OUGHSY' s peticon the sd order waived in behalf a of ISAACKE ALDERTG/J vjho 
married ye relict u Administrator cf ye sd COLCGUGH. ("Jco D 375 ) 

17 Nov 1663 - "R, THGi^lAS JILLGL'GHSY - Justice at an Orphans Court(4:j79 ) 

15 7e- 16c3/4-i.R. THGr>1AS JILLGUGHSY - Justice at Gouri; (4:i110) 

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ia Aug 1663 - Certificata to THOMAS tJILLOUGHBY for 3200 acras of land 

for transportation cf 64 persons: 

SARAri ^ILLQUGHBY ED.-JARD STO-uTOM ROBTE: DAVISCrj 

RQ3TE DAR3Y RICHARD k:»JIGHT AMT0;\;IC ALLO.'JSQ 

JDH,M EOULTC'nI PHILLIPP /;iLLlAiV,S THEODORE ffLGYDE 

JOH.vI SCOTT i'lARY aJORiV,EJELL NICHOLAS ffOJENE? 

THOMAS J0A,'«iE3 OWE.M iV.ORGAiM HO-i-'ELL HAnlORD 

ROBERT WA.'jELL? uirO: PQ.^IKES? WARY iV.OUrJT 

ARTHUR ,v,ACK.>JE:J JOHiM 6AY>JU:m '^JALTER HAh'iARD 

ELIZ: T.'JIST EDw'JARD ROGERS mIARY iMICHELL 

.vii'l: PALi'lER WIYi: TRUi'IBALL JQHU HO.-JDEiY 

THO: DRAPER JOHM RICHARDSOl^J JOHN .'iiORLEY 

■M: KELLDRIDGE ROBTE DAVIS JOHN JATKINGS 

THO: HORNES (HOWES?) 'M: TANNER GEORGE PARf^lETER 

GILES COLLINS RICHARD 3AYLEY THOr^AS PECKE 

EDWARD ROGERS THOMAS :JENTWORTH JOHN SOWLEMAN SENR. 

PETER WILLET (MILLET?) RICHARD JACKSON KATHERINE SQXEMAN 

LIDIAH ALLEN JOSEPH OLLIVER JOHN SO'JLEMAN JUNR. 

ZPGFER JHITE JALTER HAYJARD JOHN PORTER 

THOMAS SAMPSON JOHN WOOD THOMAS WELCH 

JOHN HEWES JOHN POWELL Three Negroes 

JOHN DAVID JOHN SHAWE PETER, J^CK i MARVIN 

JOHN CU33IDGE EMANUELL DOLLENEROR THOMAS BERRY 

(This patent is not in Nugents) (Ncc Bk D 37aa) 

Dated 22 Apr 1663 - Endorsed 7 Sep 15S3 - an Indenture made 22 ^pr 15c3 
between THOi'lAS WILLOUGHSYE, LEMUELL MASON ^: RICHARD FOSTER in Lower ' 
Norfolk County ... .UJ3 the said partyes have Covenanted, concluded and 
agree *ith the other mutually that wee will settle a plantation to the 
Southward upon a cartaine tract of land which goes oy the naine cf WHITE'S 
ISLAND and another piece of land right over the Westerne and of the afsd 
white's Island (Inniconed?) which marsh called .-ALNUT hZC'ii wherein each 
of us have an equal! share and proportionable Right and -(can't raad 
one word)- porportionable charge boath for building and stock boath in 
Catle ^ hoggs for profitt and costs till such time as it bee further 

concluded betweene us 

Wit: THO: WILL0UGH3Y 

RICHARD THOMPSON LEM: MASON 

WARNER ETH ? RICHD: FOSTER 

Endorsed as follows: 
7 Sep 1633 - COLL RICHARD FOSTER before us acknowledgac the within 
writing to bee his voluntary act and deed, butt as to the hcggs therein 
menconed there is none in the Island butt what belongs pticularly to 
COLL. FOSTER and what Catle belong to COLL. MASON i MAJOR WILLO'JGHBY ' s 
HYERS are marked with a piece cut in the upper part of the left Eare. 
The produce cf which Catle xxxxxxxxxxxxxx to be soe markad for tneire 
use COLL. LEMUELL MASON xxxxxxx acknowledged the within 'j.'riting as his 
act jc deed xxxxxx 

.-jitness our hands: ANTHCNY LA-.53N, THO: GODY?, (rest cf names too 
faint to read) (■■■ico 4D3 153 ) 

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Thamss .jiiioughby II 

15 Feb 1665/6 - THQ: .JILLQUGH5Y - Justice in Court (,Mco D 'iSca) 

15 Jul 1671 - " " " " (5.•^J73 ) 

23 Xa\j 1671 - MAJOR THQKAS .UILLaUGHSY being arrested to this Court at 
the suite of .''IR. THQ: MATHEJ attorney of ED.>JARD L£5RITT0:^J and not appear- 
ing nor security returned. Judgmt is granted against the Sheriff of 
Lo'-uer ^Jorfolk County for what shall be made appears due unlesse .JILLG.J- 
2Y appeare at ye next Court according to Act. (i'lCGC 135 ) 

15 "ay 1672 - LT: COL: THQi'lAS WILLCUCHdY a parcsll of books - 1 500 1 
too. (a list of Norfolk County Libraries) (1 ^i122) 

15 Aug 1672 - Inventory of LIEUT: CCL : THOCIAS .'JILLOUGHEY dec'd. (see his 
inventory on the following page) (■■>ico E 124a-125a) 

26 Feb 1573/4 - l\]RS . SARAH JILLCUGH5Y a large Sibla in fo, the turkish 
history, the Ufa of Lewes, the 13th Hey lands Cosmography, the Eciesi- 
asticall History of Eusebias pamphelius, Cornells atratstius democritus 
Ju^ Sands his travells, Riders dictionary, t-jo bibles in quarto, direc- 
tions for planting aulbery trees, the soules progrssts to the Celestiail 
Canaan, preservations ag*- Sin, the Epistles of St. Anthony guidera, tne 
Esseys of the lord .Mountague, the Seainans Callander, doctor Sibs Ssz- 
nons , an Exposition an the 10 Comancents luisdome in thrae cooks p pr 
Carron, Thesaurus poeticus two books, an Exposition of ths lores pray- 
er, a trstise of the divine Estancs i atributas the Birth cf .mankind or 
the I'JO.T.ans oook, a gra.Ter, a treatise for Englishmen, a Lattsn Bible, 
2 testaments, cvio dstristibus, propositions of warre i peace, a Suiaet 
posie for gods Saints, Esops fables, Cases of Conscience, Seamans prac- 
tise, trigonomety or the doctrine of triangles, a book of Lattsn Verses, 
arsnetias in octavio, the safe way, tujo books of Cvids metamorphosis, 3 
Small lattan bocks, Virg or the South part thereof, the destruction of 
babilcn, ovids de artia .Viundy , himes pralugia, a history of Hapie prcs- 
perity, ii'arcus tullius Cicero, the use of pastion, the History cf ani- 
mals i mineralls, Ellegantio, Virgill in octavio, a latten book in 
prose, plain prima, the glorious Starr Charles the 2nd, all valued ate 
fc 5:-:- (i:j122 ) 



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Invantory gt THOr-lAS i'lLLOUGHEY II (Nc 

15 Al;c 1572 - -in Inventory 3nc acrsisal of zr.= Estate cf _i = -z; Zcll: 
THGi-';A5 ..iILLJw'3-EY dsc'c taken and apraisec per us -n j5r.--ri tt an tnis 
15 ."ay 1572. 

I.^J YE I'ilLK HQLISE 

22C lb of p3;Aitsr att 12 1 ? 1 25AC, 24 niik trays all =lc att 5:121 2751 

t^jalue tuabs ana payies att 2C p peiae 2-^1 

S Earthen pctts 1 panns att 1C:3G; 3 cnsees fzzz2 51 11C 

i.^ YE i'ilLK i~GU3c Lnlr I 

5 broaci houjs, £ Axes i a zarcell nayles 2CG; old 1-r.aer 3GG 5CC 

Ii\ YE CELLER 

50.716 old oasze and tubes 200 

i:i YZ kit~-e;. 

115 lb of old pe^yter att 1G 2Gju 

two Copper kettles i a pcell cf brasse 59G 

a pcail of Iron .-jara u 5 unfixt gunnes 143C 

one Iron oaok a Chest i sc~,e Sr.all Lu'cer 1cC 

li'j YE :.",EATE SCG:".E 

13 payre of Shcoes a Chest 3 Earthen Jarrss i L'jnbar 7GG 

Vi YE 5rEAu 

a negroes beac (oed) t'-io ^arres 1 ala LU'~bsr 1GG 

I ."•J YE 5 HEAD LAl."T 

two fiocK bsass ano furniture 1 a pcell cf .-.col 5GG 

IM VE ;<ITChE;: LAjn 

i:; rp= ^illcugheyes cha;.-5ER lauft 

a feather bead and ijhat bslongs to _r. 711 

a iittis cacie i Garpetu: Ch'usnicns 5 stcclas 1 a ccell Cc'-cn 22G 

a Qcsll of ola Iron and classe i otner L-rc3r 1GC 
ir; HE=! CHArEER 

ens feather cead and furniture 1 2CG 

one Tr'jncle cead 1 furniture 7GQ 

a little tacle a Carpett i 5 olc chayres 250 

a littla table 7 small stooies i a Chiids Cnairs 51 

a still a war.Tiing pan seal! anairone i fire tongs 27G 

a Chsst with what is in it 2752 
4 Gores , one Chest a loocking giasse, an old box cf orawvs a nancer 

li other trifles zoZ 

a pcell of Eooks ISuG 

3 very old flock beacs i furniture a 2 iron pestles 3CG 

■JITriOJT DCCRS 

a boat -uith sayles i other appurtenances £GC; a Cart 1 .>.reel3s 4CG 

eld hIo'^j Irons i grincston 150; 33 sews 1 carrows 1 a pcsll ciggs 3950 

l':i YE GARRETT CVER THE GREE.'kE GHAiV.EER 

a feather bead i furniture i six Ghaires 1210 

I.i Yl 'jnr.rtL i I -«^~. .~c. -.L-.-v../ w.~.i. ccr; 

a feather ceac 1 furniture 1 5 etccles Cucsrt 1 C-cert Clcth 1 3CG 

Carried to the other sloe 25302 

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8495 



Brought ouar from the other side 25302 

IN YE GREENE CHAMBER 

a feather bed 4 furniture six Chayres & 6 stooles Cubert i Cobert) --„„ 

cloath one looking glasse one pr andirons fire shovel i tongs ) 

IN YE READ CHAWBER 

a feather bead i furniture 6 Chayres 5 Stooles one Couch Cobert ) 

& Cubert Cloth 4 what is upon It one looking glasse one pr of )- 55Q0 

andirons fire shovell 4 tongs ) 

IN THE PORCH CHAmSER 

a feather bead and furniture 6 Chayres a table & looking Glasse 3500 

IN THE PARLOR 

one feather bead and furniture 9 Chayres 2 stooles one Couch one) 

Round table one trunck one Cubert &. cobert Cloth and whats upon )_ 

it, a pr Srasse andirons tongs 4 fire shovell a looking glasse ) 

a Carpett 3950; a Chest i what is In It Linen 4545 ) 

IN THE HALL 

one Curvett? Couch & Couch bead 4 furniture a table 3: Carpett ) 

12 leather Chaires one Cubert 4 Cubert Cloth 4 what's upon it ) 

one pr brasse andirons fire shovell 4 tongs a pr tables and a )- 7260 

Loocking glasse 2160; a Chest with his waring aparell 4 other ) 

things in it 5100 ) 

goods att MR 3LAKES the like thereunto was shewen us vallue att 530 
two negro men one woman 4 Child 12000 

one servt woman free att Xmas next ) 

one man servant free in November next) 0900 

one man servant free in Sept next ) 

DEBTS DUE TO THE ESTATE: 

THO: HARRIS 4 THO : BLANCH theire bill for 400 

THQ: HARRIS 4 THO: BLANCH theire bill for 700 ft of) 

bord 4 40^ tob being the balance of theire bill )- 7400 
THOMAS G00DACRE3 bill being the ball, of a bill 553 
m BLAKES debt being the ball of a bill 1500 

MR. BLAKES two bills for 5500^ tob out of which there)_--Q„ 

is something due him for scholing the children ) 
THO: TURKEYS (TUCKERS?) bill for 360 

THO: HARRIS his bill for 20 gall tarre 
JNG: CQRBETTS Ingagmt for a bill of THO: MORRIS for )_ 

CAPT: MORISONS note for ) 

the Croop of tob already Layd out 5370 1 5563 

Some Total 83550 

(these figures do not add up the way they are given AGVJ) 

AN ACC OF THE PLATE 

1 2t^ of Plate Exactly weighted with stilyards 

22-3/7 02 Do sent for England 

his seale Ring Tooth pickers 4 button 

AN ACC OF CATTLE 

30 Cows; 20 hayfers; 17 steeres; 5 bulls; 2 draught oxen; 27 young beast; 

20 calves; one Cow 4 Calfe more sould before the apraisal. 

To the other side 



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AN ACC OF HORSES 4 lYIARES 

3 mares; one mare fole; one young horse one year old; one stoners horse 

about 3 or 4 years old; one gelding gested att 12 years old in all 7. 

AN ACC OF SHEEPE 

13 yues; 8 lambs; 1 Ramm In all 22 

This uuee have done p order of Court bering date the 15 Apr last and by 
Reason MR R03T: SLAKE who was apointed one of the apraisers was veary 
ill and nott able to attend the businesse wee the subscribers THO: 
BRIDGE, JAMES THELABALL & JAIYIES WISHARD with the aprobation of COLL: 
LEMUELL MASON have requested JNO: THROWER to act in his behalf e which 
accordingly hee hath done. In wittnesse whereof wee the above sd BRIDG, 
THELEBALL, UJISHARD togeather with the sd THROWER have hereunto sett our 
hands this 15 Dflay aforesd. 

JAMES THELABALL 
THOMAS BRIDG 
JOHN THROWER 
JAMES (JW) WISHARD 
bills due an ace of by MRS WILLOUGHBY 
since the apraisal: 

MR. MALACHY THRUSTON for 1952 

COLO: LEMUELL MASONS for 110 

Sworne to in Court by MRS. SARAH WILLQUGH3YE this 15 Aug 1572 

Teste WM: PORTEN ClCur 



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Will of SARAH HJILLaUGH3Y of Lower Norfolk County (Nco E 163) 

(p # 323 ) 
lud 15 Sep 1573 wp 17 Feb 1573/4 by MRIS FRANCES MASON i DIRIS I'lARGRETT 

MASON 
Exor: Overseers: LEi'lUEL MASON, JNO: PORTER SEGR: , m-. PORTEN 4 GEORGE 

NEiiiTON 



.uiido being sick, but of perfect memory, 



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to my two children THOMAS i ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY and the two to bee sole 
Exequetors and to have it Equally divided betwaene them and they to bee 
comitted to the Care and Tuition of LEilUELL MASON, JNO: PORTER SEGR:, 
WILLIAM PORTEN i GEORGE NEWTON whome I request to bee the overseers of 
this my last will and testament and the sd GEORGE NEWTON to live in the 
house and to have a Care of the Estate, butt nothing to bee done without 
the consent of the sd LEMUEL MASON, JNO: PORTER SEGR: i WM: PORTEN. 

In witness whereof I have hereto sett my hand the day above and for all 
my wearing aparell Child bead linen I give to my daughter ELIZABETH sig- 
net seale 4 die in the presence of us; to Everyone of the overseers I 
give a mourning ring and to the girl SUSANNA I give a Cow and to have 
her well cloathed. 

SARAH WILLOUGHBY & SEALE 



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THOWAS L'JILLOUGHBY III, Gent. 

b batw 1555 - 1661 ? 

wd 4 Fab 1711/12 uup 15 May 1712 



= before 1689 

MARGARET 

b 

d after 1712 



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— THOIVIAS WILLOUGHBY IV, only son 
b bef 1700 

wd 5 Sep 1752 uup Jun 1753 (Mco lp32a) 
= by 20 Jul 1717 (To 338) 

ANNE MASON dau of Thomas 4 Elizabeth 
b underage in 1711 (Nco 9 DS 50) 

u!d 23 May 1758 wp Jul 1758 (Nco lp2a ) 
In his father's will: "my dwelling 
Plantation" & negroes: Roben, Charles, 
Toby, Georgey, Nanny, i Jenny; bed 4 
furniture in the Hall Chamber; Sword, 
Belt, Sadie, Sridle, Holster, Pistolls, 
and the new Gunn; Residue of Cattle, 
Horses, Sheep 4 household goods, 
plate, money to wife h son Thomas. 

— WARGRETT ';JILL0UGHBY 
b 

d not in Husband's will 

= before 1711 (father's will) 
MR. JOHN PORTER 
b 

wd 25 Jun 1731 wp 16 Nov 1733 (Win"!) 
Names a dau SARAH in Antiqua in 1711. 
In her father's will: negroes Moll, i 
boy Jacke, the bed 4 furniture in the 
Parlor Chamber & to son in law John 
my new gunn. 

—ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 
b after 1695 
d 

Not married in 1711 - In her father's 
will: "under 16 years"; Negroes George, 
4 boy Isaac; the best bed 4 furniture 
in the Parlor; "sell negro George for 
ready money and lay up the same for my 
daughter Eliza, when she comes to 16 
or married" 

— SARRAH WILLOUGHBY 

b (Nco Eye 20 ) 

wd 19 Jan 1738 wp 18 Jan 1739/40 unm. 
In her father's will: "another bed i 
furniture"; Callecoe Curtins 4 vallens. 

—MARY WILLOUGHBY (see Sarah's will) 
b bef 1715 (wit. John Porter's will) 
d 

= 9 Aug 1732 (3N77) 

REV. MOSES ROBERTSON of St. Steohens 
Parish, Westmoreland County, Va. 
b d 

Father's will: negros; woman Sue 4 
girl Pegg; bed 4 furniture with white 
curtins 4 vallens. 



Ill Generation - Elizabeth IJilloughby 

ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 

b betw 1661 - 1573 7 

Underage in 1573 - so born after 1657 (Nco E 163) 

d. 

She is in her Mother's will as co-executor with her brother Thomas and 
both of them are to be committed to the care and Tuition of Lemuell 
Wason, Jno: Porter Segr. , William Porten h George Wewton, overseers of 
the will. 

George Newton is to live in the house with the children. 



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Ill Generation - 

THOmAS WILLOUGHBY III, Gent. 

b betu; 1655 - 1661 7 

u/d 4 Feb 1711/12 wp 16 May 1712 

He luas underage in 1673 so born after 1552 
He was "of age" in 1686 so born bef. 1665 

"Sole son i heir" 

= bef 1689 

MARGARET -(surname unknown) - 

She was not the dau of John Herbert 

b 

d after 1712 



(Nco E: 163) 
(Nco 5 104) 

(iMco 5 14 i 83 ) 



In deeds dated 1688 -1689 - he calls himself "of Elizabeth River in 
Lower Norfolk County, Gentleman, sole son 4 heir of HON: LT. COL. 
THOriAS 'JJILLOUGHBY of the same parish i County" (Note: Rethinks he doth 
protest too much) (1 \J 449 ) 

(Nco 1DB20) 
1699 - Justice of Lower Norfolk County ( 1 \J 449 ) 

8 Jun 1699 - County Officer on Quorum in Norfolk, County. (Cog 3 ) 

1701 - Appointed Sheriff of Norfolk County in 1701 (Cog 2 ) 



1702 - Coroners for Norfolk County; 
JAMES JILSON. 



THO: '.'JILLQUGH3Y, 5Ai/l'L: EOUSH i 

(Cog 16 ) 



1702 - Justice of Peace of Norfolk County 



1704 - QUIT RENT ROLLS 
in Norfolk County. 



COLL. THOlViAS UILLQUGHSY 



(Cog 37) 

3200 acres of Land 

(Cog 196) 



30 Mar 1694 - The depo: of JOHN MURDEN, agsd 47 years or thereabouts, 
being examined and Sworne sayeth that your Depont: being on board the 
Shipp "Bristow" CAPT; HENRY SUTTON, Commander, in which shipp your 
Depont: was going for England in, and the said CAPT. SUTTON haveing 
seme occasion to send his long boat on Shore upp the '.'Jestern Branch of 
Elizabeth River about two Days before the sayleing of the ffleete, out 
of James River in which boate the said CAPT. SUTTON three of his men 
vizt: ROBERT SMITH his boatswains, NICHOLAS BRO'^NE and one knowne by 
the name of JOHN, in which boate with the above named men the sd CAPT. 
HENRY SUTTON requested this Depont: to goe a Shore with and did accord- 
ingly goe up to the head of the '.'Jesterne Branch to fetch from the Mill 
some Meale and from MICHAEL WEYBORNS seme Come, all which was accomp- 
lished with all Expedicon possible and as wee weare returning to goe 
on board the said Shipp wee were by Contrary '.'Jinds forc'd into Crany 
Island Creek and as soone as the wind did abate and the tide Serve wee 



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did againe sett forward, and before wee gott downe to Seweils Poynt, the 
whole fleete was under Sayle <2c gone into the bay yett this Depont: with 
the above Expressed men, did with the Outermost (uttermost?) of Indus- 
try by rowing and sayling make all way possible after the ffleete untill 
about tenn of Clock at night; and was then by Stress of weather forct to 
bars in for the Shoare and did Come too with the grapnell & did ride till 
the road (rod?) break and the Storm Still Increasing forct the boats on 
shore between MR. THOS : WILLQUGHEYS houses and the Little Creeks Mouth 
where the boat was Staved & the Meale i Corne Lost, This Depot: with 
the abovesd Men did Secure the Sayles i Rigging att MR. WILLCUGHBYS this 
being the truth to the best of my remembrancs & further sayeth not. 

JOHN MURDEiN 

Sworne in Open Court in NORFOLK COUNTY the 15 Mar 1693/4 and ordered to 
be recorded. (Nco 5 D8 231) 



In the will of THOMAS MASON of Elizabeth River Parish dated 9 Jan 
1710/11 proved 15 Jun 1711 proved by CDR^^ THOMAS WILLQUGHBY i DR. 'Mi 
MILLER. (Nco 9 p 60) 



I'Jill of THOMAS WILLOL'GHBY of Norfolk County in Virginia, Gentleman, 
wd 4 Feb 1711 wp 16 May 1712 by the witnesses (Nco 9 DB 183,4,5) 
Wit: HENRY THOMAS, JOHN LAMBERT SENR (both made their marks), JOHN LAM- 
BERT JUNR. Another witness who did not prove will: (A?) COCKE. 
Exor; son THOMAS I'JILLOUGHBY "whole and sole executor", 

being Sick and weake in body butt of Sound Sencs mind Memory and 

understanding Blessed be god and Calling to mind the mortality of my 
body and that it is appointed for all men once to Dye Doe make and or- 
daine this my last will and Testament, First and principally I give 
bequeath and recommend my pretious and Immortals Soule into the hands 
of God that gave it me trusting in the alone Merritts of Jessuss Christ 
for full and free pardon of all my Sins and my body to the Earth to be 
Decently Enterred at the Discretion of my Exors: hereafter named not 
Douting butt that I Shall recive the Same Ryaine by the mighty power of 
God and as for what worldly Estate the Lord in Mercy hath lent me I give 
and Dispose of in manner and forme following; 

I give and bequeath my DWELLING PLANTATION with all its rights ttambers 
and appurtenances to my Son THOMAS UJILLQL1GH3Y to the heirs Body Lawful- 
ly begotten forever. 

I give and bequeath my Negroes Roben, Charles, Toby and Georgey, Nanny i 
Jenny to my Son THOMAS WILLQL'GHBY and to the heirs ic 

I give and bequeath my Negrow Girle Mall and Negrow boy Jacks to my 
daughter MARGRETT PORTER and to her heirs forever. 



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I give and bequeath my Negroiu man George and Negro boy Isaac to ny 
daughter ELIZABETH WILLQUGHBY and to her heirs forever. 

I give and bequeath my Negrow Girls Phill 4 iMegroui boy Tom to my daugh- 
ter SARRAH WILLQUGHBY and to her heirs forever. 

I give and bequeath my Negroui woman Sue and Negrow Girle Pegg to my 
daughter MARY WILLGUGHBY and to her heirs forever. 

I give and bequeath my Best Bed and furniture with Two pare of Sheets 
and two pillowbers as now it stands in the porch Chamber to my well be- 
loved wife MARGARET LJILLQUGHSY alsoe notwithstanding what is before 
mentioned my will and Desire is and I doe will and bequeath to my said ■ 
wife MARGARETT willoughby dureing her Naturall Life the Labor and Ser- 
vice of all my Negrows except George whome I shall order to be Sould and 
alsoe Roby and Jenny shome it is my will and Desire that if my son THQ- 
WAS WILLQUGHBY and his Mother shall not agree to live together that then 
he have them in his owne possession. 

I give and bequeath the feather bed and furniture as it now stands in 
the Hall Chamber with two pare of Sheetts and two pillerbers to my sone 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY. 

I give and bequeath the feather bedd and furniture as it now stands in 
the parlor Chamber with Two pair of Sheetts and pillobers to my Daughter 
MARGRETT PORTER. 

I give the best bed and furniture as it now stands in the parler with 
two pare of Sheets and 2 pillerbers to my Daughter ELIZABETH WILLQUGHBY. 

I give and bequeath another feather bed It furniture and Callecoe (Curt- 
ain?) and vallens with two pare of Sheetts and two pillerbers to my 
daughter SARAH WILLOUGHBY. 

I give unto my daughter MARY WILLQUGHBY a feather bed and furniture 
with white Curtins and Vallens and two pare of Sheets and two pillobers 



I give to my son THOMAS WILLQUGHBY and to my daughters MARGRETT PORTER, 
ELIZABETH, SARAH and MARY WILLOUGHBY to each and every of them one 
Diaper Table Cloath and Six fine Diaper Napkins and Six Course Ditto. 

I give my Sword i Belt Sadie Bridle Holster pistoils and that new Gunn 
I always called mine 4 that which I Generally calld my little black 
gunn to my son THOMAS WILLOUGHBY. 

I give to my son in law MR. JOHN PORTER my new Gunn with Brass and xxx 
Muss ell. 

My will and desire is and it is my will that my Exors hereafter named 



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Sell and Dispose of my aforesaid Negrow George for ready money and Lay 
up the Sane for my daughter ELIZABETH her heirs /notwithstanding/ u/hat 
is before menconed when she comes to Sixteen or married to receive the 
same, 

I Give and bequeath all the rest Residue and remainder of my Estate of 
Cattle, Horses Sheep and household Goods plate money and the Like of 
what nature quality or Condition Soever it be to my well beloved wife 
MARGRETT UJILLOUGHBY and to my son THOWAS IaJILLOUGHBY whome I make Con- 
stitute and Qrdaine my whole and Sole Executor of this my last will 

and testament in wittness 

THO: WILLCUGHBY & SEALE 

The within Menconed will was presented in Court by WRIS: MARGRETT 
WILLQUGHBY and proved by the oaths of HEWRY THOMAS, JOHN LAWBERT SENR: 
i JOHN LAMBERT JUNR; at. a Court held for Norfolk County the 15 May 
1712 and on Motion of the said MARGRETT its ordered to be committed to 
record. 

Testa LEM: WILSON ClCur 

INVENTORY OF COLONEL THOMAS WILLOUGHBY III (Nco 9 pp 259,250) 

Norfolk County - A Inventory of all and Singular the Goods Chatties of 
THOMAS WILL0UGH3Y my deceased Husband taken as followeth (vizt): 

ITEM: IN THE GARRET OVER THE HALL CHAMBER 

One bed & bedstead - pare of sheets, blanket, Rugg and Blue Curtains i 
Vallins, one Couch, four chairs and one Sideboard. 
ITEM: IN THE HALL CHAMBER 

To one bed i bedstead, pair of sheets, blanket, Quilt, Bolster and pil- 
low, with Red curtains i Vallins and one Dozen of Red Sarge Chares i 
one Corbelt? one Seals Skin Trunk and one black leather Trunk and one 
pare of brass Tongs & fire shovell and one Old Looking Glass. (Note: 
This must be the Red Chamber of Thomas II 's inventory) 
ITEM: IN THE PARLOR CHAMBER 

To one bed i bedstead, pair of Sheets, blanket, quilt, bolster 4 Piller 
(Sc Calicoe Curtaines, Vallins & lining (Linen?) UJindo Curtains, one 
Couch 4 Cobert, halfe dozen of Ruche Leather Chares i halfe Dozen of 
old Green Chairs one table and Carpitt, one Chest and Box, one pair of 
tongs. (Note: Daughter Margaret Willoughby was bequeathed the bed i 
furniture in this room and daughter Sarah Willoughby was bequeathed the 
Calicoe Curtaines and Vallins and "another bed and furniture. The 
green chairs must have been part of the Green Room of Thomas II's inv- 
entory, and this could have been the Green Room) 
ITEM: IN THE PORCH CHAMBER 

To one bed and bedstead, bolster and Piller, paire of sheets, blanket, 
Quilt with flowered Curtins and vallins, one halfe Dozen Chares Covert 
with the same, one seale skin trunk and one Small Leather Trunk and 
one Small Leather Trunk, one large chest. 

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ITEM! IN THE HALL 

One Couch and Cover and one Dozen of Rucka leather Chairs, one table 
and carpit, one large looking glass and chest of Draws. (^Jote: Tho- 
mas IV was bequeathed this bed and furniture) 
ITEMS IN THE PARLOR 

One bed and bedstead, bolster and Piller, pair of Sheets, blanket, and 
Quilt with Green Curtains and vallins & Green Windo Curtains, halfe 
Dozen of Racka leather Chairs 4 halfe Dozen of Flagg bottom Chares, 
one sideboard and two tables and Carpitt, Two chests, one small look- 
ing glass, one Iron ba-k and pare of tongs, to Eight Gunns, one case 
of Pistolls and holsters and one Case of double barreled Pistolls, two 
Silver hilted Swords, one xxxxxxx, one bed & bedstead, bolster, pare 
of sheets, one spaire, one besides what is upon the Beds, four course 
pare, three old rags, two old blankets more then is on the beds, one 
dozen Holland Pillobers new, seven others. Eight large Towels, six 
Diaper Table Cloathes, two lining, 3 Dozen of Dyaper Napkins, two doz- 
en 4 halfe of Course Napkins, Ten yards of Holland, Ten yards of Kentin, 
four yards and a halfe of broad Cloath, Twelve yards of Shallune, 25 
yards of Stuxx?, Seven yards and a Quarter of Sarga Denim & eleven 
yards of Sarge,. 5 yards and a halfe Cambrick Silk and Buttens & 3uck- 
eram i Stay tape, for a Suite of Cloaths, halfe a pound of shading 
silk and two Suites of Cloathe clothes, one Clock, one Silverheaded 
Kaine, Eight Sharts (shirts), five Neckcloaths and six paire of stock- 
ings and one Silver watch and Chaine & Case, one Seals Ring, two pare 
of Shoos, two hath Twenty one pounds of Money, 94 ounces of plate h 
one Cradle, one Childs bed, blankett, two sifters and two wyar (wire) 
Ridles, eight Sickles. (Note: Elizabeth ^Jilloughby bequeathed the 
best bed & furniture in the parlor and her sister Mary was bequeathed 
the other bed and the white curtains & Vallens.) 
ITEM: IN THE KITCHEN 

Seven Iron Potts, Grata and Small, four Small brass Kettles, one large 
Coper Kittle, about thirty Gallons and one Brass Kittle about twenty 
gallons 4 one Brass Ladle Skimer 4 Chaifing Dish, four brass Candle 
Sticks, one iron, one iron Oriping pann and Six Iron Spits, one pare 
of Rack and irons and two bell metle Skillets, one frying pan, one 
flesh fork, one pare of tongs and four Iron Pothooks and four Racks, 
one Pestell and one handmill, 300 pownds of Pewter, one Steale plate 
whipsaw, one Iron Whipsaw, four Cross Cutt saws and one handsaw and 
one fine saw, a percell of Garners and Joyners Tooles one Iron Darwing 
(drawing?) knife and one Iron frow i one Crow, 5000 Eight peny nayles, 
7000 Six penny, two thousand four peny nailes, 830 Sheathe Nailes, 500 
halfe Crown nailes and one pare of Grate Stillards and two pare of 
Small and Case hook and Grate Gun and Cariage (a Cannon?), two stocks 
of bees. Eight pounds and three quarters of beeswax, five earthen 
Jars, four Earthen Jugs and two Earthen potts and two pans. Seven 
lining White (linen wheel?) three Woollen, Six pars Cards, Seven 
Horses, three Mares and two foles, fourty head of Cattle, thirty six 
head Hoggs, Seventy one head of Sheep, one boat, Sayles, Graplin and 
Road, Twelve Sider Casks and five Dozen bottles, one Half hour Glass 
i Gaging Rod, Eighteen books and a parcell of old books i old Sider 
Cask L Tubs, pailes and old Rigings i old Chares 4 Stooles and Chest 

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and old Ropes and lines i a parcel of paper pictures, one Grins Stone, 
tuuo Slates 4 16 foot of pine plank as much oake planck as will build a 
Eighteen foot Boat, three yearn? windes?, one bell and one bell mettle, 
morter and pestell, thirty pounds of Lead, Seventy pounds of old Iron 
and one Small Could Slite?, one large gratter & tujo funnells, one flask 
and one Cart (or Cast) 4 pinchers 4 Wipers and alls (awls), a parcell 
of knifes and forks, one box Iron, 9 sides of Soull Leather, 6 sides of 
uper Leather, to 1 pare of Silver Tooth pickes, to a Coiver of a Silver 
uessell to two old mens Sadies. 

Sixteen negroes July ye 17th 1713 MARGARET lUILLOUGHaV 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 

Sworne to this 17th day of July by MRS. WARGARETT 'WILLOUGHBY in open 
Court to be a true and perfect Inventory of her Deceased Husband CQR-^^ 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY dsc'd his estate to the best of her knowledge i that 
if any more should hereafter Come to her knowledge that She render an 
account thereof to the Court and ordered to be recorded. 

(No valuation is given) Teste THQ : BUTT CCur 

(Note:Comparing this inventory with that of Thomas II it seems that 
two rooms are missing in this inventory: the garret over the Grsen 
Chamber, or Parlor Chamber, and Mrs. Willoughby's Chamber.) i (Every- 
thing in the Kitchen "Lauft" and outhouses and outdoors seems to be 
listed as being in the kitchen) 



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IV - Generation Willaughby Spit i Norfolk Borough Line 

30 Dec 1742 - CAPT. THOMAS i;JILLCUGH3Y , MR. jJILLIAM NASH, CAPT: 'M: IVY 
i MR. JAMES THELAEALL to appraise the estate of MRS. SARAH LANGLEY. 

(3a 172) 

19 Jan 1748/9 - SAMUEL SOUSH III sold to CAPT. THOMAS 'iJILLCUGHBY 2 lots 
on Cumberland Street in Norfolk Town, on the East side of Cumberland 
with Freemason Street separating them. Lots # 30 & 31. (i\lca14 p 121 ) 

(16w236-9 ) 

Uiill of THOMAS ^ILLOUGHBY IV, Gent, of Norfolk County, Virginia 
wd 5 Sep 1752 wp Jun 1753 (Ba 317 4 Nco Eye328) 

Exor: son John and wife, Ann. 

Wit: WMs PERSON, JOHN (+) BANKS, KASSIAH (+) WAKEFIELD, SUDDEN OAST, ^ 
AARON HUES (HUGHS) 

eldest son JOHN UJILLOUGHBY my manor plantation and all the land belong- 
ing. 

son THOMAS UJILLOUGHBY one lott of land in Norfolk Town in Cumberland St. 
and one bed, 

son WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY my plantation with the land belonging to it up 
the head of Masons Creek, 6 negroes, 

dau. ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY one lott of land in Norfolk Town in Cumberland 
St. joining up to a lott that I gave my son THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, he taking 
his choice. 

to well beloved wife ANN WILLOUGHBY 100 acres of land lying in the 
Northwest Woods that ABRAHAM BEASLEY now lives on to sell and make use 
of the money. 

when my 2 youngest children come to age 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY d: SEAL 

Will of ANN WILLOUGHBY (Norfolk Co-Original Will) 

wd 23 May 1758 no probate given 

Exor: son JOHN WILLOUGHBY 

Wit: MARGARET TAYLOR SENR:, MARGARET TAYLOR JUNR: & MARY (+) TRESS? 

unto my son THOMAS WILLOUGHBY one Suite of Chinch Curtains in my Room 
and what loos feathers I have, to him and his heirs 



....after my just debts are paid, and my Estate Settled, unto my daugh- 
ter ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY all the Residue of my whole Estate, to her and 
her heirs forever. 

I desire and will my Estate not be appraised and that my Stock and 
Plantation, utensils be sold as soon as my Executor hereafter mention- 
ed shall think proper i most convenient for the Benefit of my Estate. 

(her original signature) ANN WILLOUGHBY. 

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THOMAS ^ILLOUGHBY lU only son , Gent. (Capt.) 

b before 1700 wd 5 Sep 1752 uup Jun 1753 (^ico 1 328 ) 

= by 20 Jul 1717 ( To 338 ) 

ANNE MASON dau of CAPT. THOMAS 4 ELIZABETH MASON (Nco 9 50 ) 

b underage in 1711 -born after 1696 bef. 1701. 

wd 23 May 1758 wp Jul 1758 (Capt. Tho: Mason died 1712) (Nco 1 28 ) 

1712 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY IV inherited from his father: "my Dwelling 
Plantation" 4 negroes Roben, Charles, Toby, Georgy, Nanny 4 Jenny; bed 
and furniture in the Hall Chamber, Sword, Belt, Sadie, Bridle, Holster, 
Pistolls and the neui Gunn, little black gunn. Residue, with his mother, 
of Cattle, Horses, Sheep & household goods, plate & money. (Nco 903183) 

ISSUE: 

CAPT. JOHN HJILLOUGHBY exor of both his father's 4 mother's wills. 

He inherited the "Manor Plantation". 

LEMUELL ^aJILLOUGHBY 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY V inherited one iott of land in Norfolk Town on Cumb- 
erland Street. 

WILLIAM I^ILLOUGHBY inherited plantation with the land belonging to it 
up the head of Mason's Creek. 

ELIZABETH '-JILLOUGHBY ihherited one lot of land in Norfolk Town on Cumb- 
land Street joining up to Thomas' lot. 

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1714 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY i SAMUEL 80USH Coroners for Norfolk County 

I (Cog 25 ) 

1714 - THOMAS JILL0UGH3Y &. JOHN LAMBERT witnessed and proved the will of 
ISREAL VOSS (or Ross) of Norfolk County, whose son THOMAS VOSS was named 
"son-in-law" (step-son) in 1722/3 will of FRANCIS •jJILDER.(3a 35 4 103) 

1715-1718 - THOMAS IJILLOUGHEY & JAMES THELABALL et als witnessed and 
proved the will of lUILLIAM LANGLEY of Elizabeth River Parish. (Sa 56 ) 

1726 - THOMAS '-UILLOUGHaY Justice of the Peace, Norfolk Co, (Cog 37) 

1723/9 - THOMAS i ANN '.\iILLOUGHSY witnessed the will of JOHN LAMBERT of 
Norfolk County. (uJin'59 ) 

1729 - THOMAS 'JJILLOUGHBY Justice of the Peace, Norfolk Co. (Cog 50 ) 

1734/5 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 4 GEORGE WAKE'IELD witnessed 4 proved the 
will of JOHN WAKEFIELD. (3a 163 ) 

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IV Generation '^illoughby Spit 4 Morfolk Borough Line 

Will of SARAH WILLOUGHBY of Norfolk County (badly mutilated) 

(Nco 1 DB 20,21 ) 
wd 19 Jan 1738/9 uup 18 Jan 1739/40 by all the witnesses 
Exor: "ye REVD: MR. MOSES ROBERTSON, sole exor." 
Wit: MARY CALVERT, ELIZABETH SPAROl'J, RICHARD SPARROW i DINAH NICHOLSON 

(unto my) brother TH(OMAS WILLOUGHBY) one Meidore? 

to my (Cousin THOS ; ) WILL0UGH3Y - torn - named Phill i her daughter 
named Jenney 4 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

(If my sd COUSIN ) THOMAS WIL (LaUGHB)YE should dye befor he arrives to 
ye age of 21 Compleatxxxxxxxxxxx my will xxxxxxxshall go to my cousin 
SAMUEL WILLOUGHBY to XXXXXXXXXxx haires forever xxxxxxxx equally to my 
Cousin WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY one xxxxxxx named Plea(sant7) xxxxxxxx WILL- 
IAM WILLOUGHBY should dye before he is twenty xxx years of age xxxxxxx 
ye sd negro child Pleasant is to go to my Cousin ALDERTON WILLOUGHBY x 
xxxx 

to my Cousin JOHN WILL(OUGHBY ROBERTSON son of REV. MR. MOSES ROBERTSON) 

p 21 - 

SAM 4 ye other is named Harry 4 also to my Cousin JOHN WILLOUGHBY ROB- 
ERTSON all my Debts my household goods Chattels i ready money and also 
one gold girdle buckle, 2 gold rings, one pair of gold ear rings 4 all 
other my effects whatsoever xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

SARAH WILLOUGHBY 4 SEALE 

(Notes This will is also in Mcintosh and all information in brackets 
is from his abstract of this will) 



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WARGARETT 'JJILLDUGHBY 

b 

d she is in her father's will but not in her husband's will 1731 

= before 1711 (Nco 903183) 

JOHN PORTER of Norfolk County 

b 

u)d 25 Jun 1731 tup 16 Nov 1733 by all the witnesses and sworn to by 

TH03: WILLDUGHBY & SOLO: H/ILSON Executors named by the Court & ordered 

to be recorded. 

Teste: Solo: Uiilson ClCur (Win') 

Wit: MARGARET MASON & MARY IJILLOUGHBY 

Exors: named in will: CAPT: CORNELIUS CALVERT, CAPT: SOLOWON WILSON i 
CAPT. THOS: UilLLOUGHBY. 



Being in perfect health 4 Sound in memory. 



unto my son WILLOUGHBY PORTER.... 3 negroe men. Jack, Triolus, Samm & 
one boy Abraham, also 2 negro women by name Paul, Sarah and 3 negroe 
girles Venus, Nanny <5: Beck. 

unto my son JOHN PORTER 3 negro men named Billy, Stephen, Cupid, also 
2 negro women named Jenny>. Cibah a 1 girls Hannah 



unto my daughter SARAH PORTER 1 negroe girle Kathryn, which she now 
has in ANTIQUA, allsoe a side saddle with a blew velvet cover 4 furn- 
iture trimmed with silver. 

It is my will and desire that if Either of my Sons deys without heirs 
of their Body Lawfully begotten, then for his part of my Estate to 

descend to the Survivor, and my daughter SARAH and to their heirs 

if both sons deys without heirs to daughter SARAH PORTER.. 

unto my two sons WILL0UGH8Y i JOHN PORTER 1970 acres of land up 

L the UJest River at Cape Tear and all my personel estate in Virginia..... 
to be equally devided 

It is my will and pleasure that CAPT. CORNELIUS CALVERT has the bring- 
ing up my two sons, until they come to the age of 20. Then for them 
to have possession of my whole estate aforementioned....... 



JOHN PORTER - WAX SEAL 
This will proves: WILLOUGHBY PORTER born betw 1711-1731 

JOHN PORTER born betw 1711-1731 
SARAH PORTER in Antiqua in 1731. 



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\l Generation - i>iJilloughby Spit 

JOHW WILLOUGHBY I son of THOMAS & ANiME (MASON) WILLCUGH3Y 

b probably ca 1720 He is the first John in this line of 'JJilloughby 

1744/5 - in JOY.N TAYLORS will: "and in case any of my executors happen 
to die I appoint my friend JOHN HJILLQUGHaY Executor " 

1746 - ARCHI3ALD TAYLORS will: wife ANN TAYLOR i MR. JOHN '^ILL0UGH3Y of 
Norfolk Town executors (Nco H 184) 

1748 - CAPT. JOHN UIILLCUGH3Y qualified, Colonial Militia, Norfolk Ca. 

( I'JS 34 ) 

1751 - JOHN UJILL0UGH3Y paid 44 lb tob out of Elizabeth River Parish 
Levies. (ERP'7) 

1752 - do 645 lb tob (ERP13) 

177 Aug 1758 - JOHN WILLOUGHBY blO.OOO to MARGARET i JOHN TAYLOR, or- 
phans of JOHN TAYLOR 

Signed: JNG: WILLOUGHBY, MARGARET TAYLOR 
Wit: JAMES TAYLOR (Guardian Bonds Nco 1751-75) 

. 30 Oct 1759 - Ordered that MAJOR JNO: WILL0L'GHBY(4 CAPT: GEO: \/EALE)be 
invited to be Vestryman in the place of COL. SAMUEL 30USH dec' d. (ERP30) 



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20 Nov 1759 - MAJOR JOHN WILLOUGHSY took his place on the Westry(ERP31 ) 
17 Oct 1760 present at Vestry Meeting (EfiP33) 

20 Apr 1761 • "^ " ■' (ERP35) 

15 Sep 1772 - JOHN SMITH and wife PRISCILLA of Norfolk Borough to JOHN 
WILLOUGHBY of same for blOO, 4 lots, 3 at corner Dunmore St. 4 3ute 
Street to Sotetourt St. to Grafton St. one at West Corner James Parker 
on Bute St. to Botetourt St. to York St. no wit: (Nco 26DB17 ) 

will of JOHN WILLOUGHBY SR. of Norfolk County 

wd 2 Aug 1775 wp 2 Aug 1776 (4V83) 

Exors: friends CAPT. GEO: ABVYON, MR. THO : RITSON i son JOHN 

son JOHN, his Manor Plantation 4 also 217 acres called Sandy Point and 
ail the slaves annexed, they being entailed, also all furniture in his 
houses on the Manor Plantation. 

daughter - ANN WILLOUGHBY 

wife - SARAH, children by SARAH: ELIZABETH, SARAH, MARY, MARGARET, 
GEORGE ABVYON WILL0UGH3Y, MERRIAM, ALLIS & UNBORN CHILD - he says it 
pleases God that he must die poor owing to misfortunes, leaving behind 
a wife i a number of small children 

1779 will of GEORGE ABVYON - " sister WILLOUGHBYS CHILDREN, ELIZABETH 
BROWN, SARAH, MARY, PEGGY, GEO: ABVYON i ALICE WILLOUGHBY i MAJOR HENRY 
BROWN (4y83 ) 

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JOHN JJILLOL'GHBY I continued: 

SARAH .yiLLOUGHSY - 1782 head of family 7 white i 13 black (4,^J153) 

"within the Sorough of Norfolk i South 
side of Tanners Creek" 

See 1\;449 - 450 for a long write-up about him. 



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V Generation - '.Ji Hough by '"Spit i Norfolk Town Line 

THOO-'iAS WILLOUGHBY V = 11 Dec 1755 Nco = WARY PORTLOCK (SW^IOI 4 3I\!12S) 

Sur: SAMUEL BOUSH JR. 
LEMUEL UJILLQUbHSY 

1765 - CAPT. THOi'lAS WILLOUGHBY of Borough of Norfolk 

qualified, Colonial Wilitia, Norfolk County. (ulS34) 

18 Jul 1771 - THOMAS uilLLOUGHBY, House Carpenter of Norfolk County and 
luife MARY selling to FRANCIS HAYNES , Mariner of Norfolk Borough, for 
b200 a lot on North side Smith Street adjoining JONATHAN DISON, part of 
land bought by 'WILLOUGHBY of EDWARD BLAKE by deed 20 Sep 1754, same 
land BLAKE had bought of SAMUEL SMITH 21 Nov 1751. (Nco 25 DB 127a) 

1782 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of Borough or Norfolk, South side of Tanners 
Creek. 4 white 5 black (4 N 163, 164) 



LAML: WILLOUGHBY (V Generation son of THOMAS IV) 

(Note: the abbreviation of his name, LAML: 'ivas probably why Virginia 
Magazine gave his name as Samuel. There is a Samuel Willoughby in the 
next, VI, generation who was probably named for Samuel Sweny. AGW) 

ca 1752 - paid a debt by the Elizabeth Parish Levy of 267 lb tob (ERP13) 

= 18 Sep 1851 (Win73) 

MARTHA SWEENEY 

b d 1778 

wd 8 Feb 1773 wp Mar 1778 (4 U83) 

daughters: ANN, ELIZABETH & MARTHA WILLOUGHBY 

She ownad 750 acres at Sowells Point. (Probably widow of LEMUEL) 

LEMUEL WILLOUGHBYS will 

wd 24 Oct 1753 wp Jan 1754 (Nco 1 WB 114 ) 

(4V 82) 
son JAKES 
wife MARTHA 
unborn child b. 1754 
brother: JOHN WILLOUGHBY 

children, net otherwise described 



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VI Generation - Wiiloughby of Norfolk Town i Willoughby Spit Line 

JOHN WILLOUCHBY(VI) II •^°^^' > Thos. 

tup 19 Sep 1791 (4V83) 

Son THOMAS WILL0UGH3Y (VII generation) the plantation my mother has 
leased to COL. BRO'iAiN, a gold seal ring with the picture of my Court 
of arms on it ic. . . . 

son JOHN L. WILL0UGH3Y the Point called WILLQUGHBY's POINT 217 acres 

taken up by my father (this is most probably the part of Wiiloughby 

Spit that was added by the hurricane about mid-eighteenth century) 

daughters: ANN, MARGARET, LUCY, ELIZA & mARTHA 

Plantation MR. JOHN BURGESS lives on to be sold 

the two boys to have a grammer education i then to be put to such call- 
ing as they desire. 

He says he has paid large sums for the people of Norfolk rather than 
distress them (when he was sheriff) speaks of his mother as alive. 

Friends: MR. THOS : RITSON 4 MR. JOHN LEIGH exors. 



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VI Genaration of Willoughby Spit and Norfolk Town Line 

Will of WARGARET TAYLOR of Norfolk Sorough (4va3) 

wd 1 Jun 1773 

friend JOHN 'JILLQUGHBY, the elder 

niece ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 

godson lUILLlAM, son of THOMAS VJILLOUGHBY 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

UI - JOHN WILLOUGHBY 

lud 28 Feb 1786 lup 19 Sep 1791 (WmsUJ ) 

sons: THOMAS i JOHN L. WILLOUGHBY 

daus: ANN, iVlARGARET, LUCY, ELIZABETH & MARTHA WILLOUGHBY 

Exors: THOMAS RITSON i JOHN LEIGH 

Wit: FRANCIE LEIGH i NANNY LEIGH 

1779 - Member of Vestry of Elizabeth River Parish (1 N 59) 

1782 - JNO: WILLOUGHBY - no whites or blacks listed, space is left 

blank. 

On North Side of Tanners Creek from 
LEML: GODFREYS to Sewells Point. (4 N16j,164) 
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

Ml - WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY of Norfolk = = MARGARET 

Tombstone #101 Tombstone #102 

d 13 Jun 1800 St. Paul's Churchyard d 11 Jan 1327 
Aged 42 years Norfolk, Virginia aged 51 years 

1782 - WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY - Borough of Norfolk 2 White 2 Black 

So. Side of Tanners Cr. (4 N163,154) 

+ + + + + + + + + + + + +++++ + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ + + •!■++ + + + + + + + + 

SAML: (SAMUEL) WILLOUGHBY (VI) - 1782 Borough of Norfolk, South side 
of Tanners Creek 3 white 3 black (4N163,164 ) 



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WILLQUGH3Y of Willoughoy Spit i Norfolk Town Line 

The will of SAflUEL SUJENY is of interest in this Willougnby line. 

wd 14 mar 1753 'jup Jun 1753 (,\oo Eye 327) 

Exor: wife Ann - 250 acres of Land joining to Foulchers house. 
Wit: THOMAS 'oilLLDUGHBY (IV), ANW WILLOUGHBY SENR: <t 'M: PERSON 

son - CHARLES SWE^JY all my other lands 

unto LEMUEL WILLOUGHBY (U) - negroes 

unto JOHN WILLQUGHBY - other 1/2 of my stock. 

SAMUEL SvJENYS brother LAZARUS left land at Northwest River. 



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THOMS lOILLOUGHBY son of JOHN llilLLOUGHBY II (6th generation) 

b 

uud 1 Feb 1305 lup Oct 1311 (4\/33) 

Exors: wife & LEMUEL DENBY 4 HENRY BROWN 

Wife: MARGARET 

issue: ANN, LOUISA 4 MARGARET 



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tJILLOUGHBY NE Gen Reg vol 47 p 199 



THOMAS WILLGUGH8Y, gent., uias the only son of ENSIGiM THOMAS UJILLOUGHBY 
and was born 25 Dec 1632, and educated at the MERCHANT TAYLOR 's SCHOOL 
London. (Critic, 18 Jan 1889) 

The father, ENSIGN THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, MERCHANT, came out in the Pros- 
perouse in 1510, and was 23 years of age in 1524-5 (Hotten p 248) 



He is thought by Mr. E. E. Salisbury (Critic op. cit.) to have been 
perhaps the son of THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of iJATERINGHAM, Kent, and the 
grandson of THOMAS WILL0UGH8Y of DRAW ROCHESTER (probably should be 
DEAN CF ROCHESTER)* 

A THOMAS 'JJILLOUGHBY of ROCHESTER, aged 27, was a passenger, 6 Jul 1526 
on the ship Peter and John for Virginia, and, as he is spoken of as an 
old settler returning to the Colony, we cannot doubt that he was the 
emigrant of sixteen years before. (Virginia Carolorum p 46) (Sains- 
bury's Calendar of Va. State Papers) He was a prominent man in the 
Colony, a Member of the Council and a large landholder. 

*0n reference to my friend Mr. Leland L. Duncan of Lewisham, a gentle- 
man thoroughly conversant with Kentish topography and genealogy, he 
assures me that there is not and has never been, such a place as DRAW 
ROCHESTER and suggests the probability that this has been a clerical 
or typesetter's error in the Critic for DEAN OF ROCHESTER, and calls 
my attention to the following pedigree, from the Visitations of 1619 
in the ARCHIOLOGIA CASTIANA, and which is repeated in BERRY'S KENT 
GENEALOGIES (p9)- 



(Note: by AGW: If CAPTAIN THOMAS UJILLOUGHBY of Virginia is of this 
family he would have to be the qreat -qrand-son of the Dean of Roch- 
ester NOT his grandson for CAPT. THOMAS was very much alive in Virginia 
in 1554 and was not deceased until ca. 1658 when his son Thomas was 
granted administration of his estate in Virginia.) (CAPT. THOMAS WILL^ 
OUGHBY died in ENGLAND .^ 



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VISITATION OF KENT 1619 



N.Eng. Genea Reg, 
vol 47 p 200,201 



ARMS: Quarterly 1 & 4, WILLOUGHBY, Fretty, Or i Az; 2 i 3, Fremiing, A Chevron 

between 3 Helmets, 



THOMAS WILLDUGHBY, ex antiqua s 
familia in p'vincia LINCQLNIEMSIS 
Sacrae Theologias P'fessor et 
Decanus Roffensis 



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= ALICIA filia THO: WOOD de HAOLEY 
in CO. 3UFF. 



THOMAS IsJILLOUGHBY = JOANNA fil et. 
de WATRINGBURY unica haer 

JOHN'S FREMLING 
• de MAIDSTONE 



WILL'MUS 



ANNE 

nupta 

...WANNING 





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1 
FREMLING 


t 
PETRUS 


« 1 

EUNICIA THOMAS 


WILLOUGHBY 


WILLOUGHBY 


nupta 3 fil 


de DYTTON 


de ADDINGTON 


3TEPH. SCOTT 


fil et has 


= 


de HALDEN 


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rOARTHA fil 




KATHRINA fil 


HEN: CRISPI 




RIS. BREWER 


de THANET 




de DITTON 


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ALICIA 
nupta 
...DOWNEY 
(Downing in 
Harl.Ms. 1432) 



ANNA 



GODLEY (dau) 



MARTHA WILLOUGHBY 



MARIA WILLDUGHBY 



Arch; Cantiana, vol 11/ 



A very hasty search of the Calendars of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 
gave me three wills of the THOMAS WILLOUGHBYS , which follow, and of which 
the first is certainly that of the Dean in question whose name heads the 
pedigree, and the putative grandfather of the emigrant; the second is 
perhaps his son THOMAS who married JOANNA FREMLING (CHIDINGTON & WATRING3URY 
are only a few miles apart in the southweatern part of the County) He 
names only 4 children, but possibly the two younger daughters predeceased 
their father; the third will seems, however, beyond a doubt to be that of 
the grandson of the Dean, as given in the pedigree, but its superficial 
nature, as a nuncupative will, forbids a niy' certainty as to whether or not 
it is the Virginian returning from his voyage of ten years before, to his 
native land to die. The"else where" of the will may, or may not, refer 
to his possessions in Virginia. The whole question is a most, interesting 
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(1581) 

THOMAS WILLCUGHBY the elder, DEAM OF ROCHESTER = =ALICE 

wd .1 Jul 1581 Ad. de bonis iss 15 Way 1582 ( PCC Tirwhite 20 ) 

PHILIPES, 
To be buried in the body of CATHEDRAL CHURCH of ROCHESTER next unto DEAN RNXKKXRS 
my predecessor, & a stone of marble 4 a script or writing engrav/ed in brass 
& fixed in. 

to my son THOMAS UilLLOUGHBY all my Latin, Greek & Hebrew books 4 he 

to be obedient to his mother, my wife. 

son-in-law EDWARD MANiMING of GRAVES IMN & my dau. ANNE MANNING 

son-in-law JEFF: DOWNES, my dau ALICE DOWNES & her children 

EDWARD, my dau Mannings son 

wife; ALICE 

son EDW: MANNING executor 

Ad. de bonis iss 18 May 1582 to relict ALICE the Exor being deed, 
(as hac luce migravit) 

1596 THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of CHIDINGSTONE, co KENT, ESQ ( PCC Drake 53) 

wd nuncupative will - no data given wp Pro: 5 Jul 1596 

probate by Extrx named in person of her Atty, THOMAS WHITE N.P. 

...lyeing in his house in the feilds near LINCOLNS JNNE in Co. 
MIDDX. being sick in Bodye did make his last will &. Testament 
nuncupative as followeth ic; 

to wife &. my fower children I hadd by her to whom I have not given 
anye thinge by me will to have Surplusage of sale of lands &c & 
by profits of suche leases as I have bequeathed i made unto certayne 
personned in trust, 

1636 

MEMORANDUM: that THOMAS WILLOUGHBY late of OSTHAM in co KENT, GENTLEMAN deed. 

(probably meant OTHAM, a village in the 
(PCC Pile 77) Southwest part of the County near 

Pteidstone, not far from Chidington & 
Pro: 17 Jun 1 636 Watringbury) 

by Extrx named. 

being sicke and weake in body, with an intent to declare his last will 4 
Testament nuncupative, or by word of mout^, did upon Saturday being ths 
23 Apr 1636 utter 4 speake the words fallowing or the like in effect, the 
said MR. WILLOUGHBY speaking to MR. WILLIAM BREWER, who then come to visit 
him, desired him to call in his wife, MRS. JULIAN WILLOUGHBY 4 his brother 
MR. PETER WILLOUGHBY, 4 shee coming in, said to her JILL, I make thee my 
whole Executrix 4 give you all the goods I have heer or anie where els 
for my children are yours 4 I know you will have a care of them, Which words 
were soe declared with the intent abovesaid in the presence of the said 
Mr. William Brewer 4 MR. PETER WILLOUGHBY. 5,^ 



iHBY OF THE SOUTHER.N BRANCH OF ELIZABETH RIVER - researched and compiled by Alice Granbery Walter 



THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, ESQUIRE 



ca 1631 or before = ALICE(?) 



Hotten) d before Apr 1657 In Alhaloues, Barking, London, England 

e referred co himself as a Mariner in private grants 
1 CO Virginia in Che Prosperous - (Hoccen) 

nalgn - Captain in 1629/30 (No wife given in 1624 Muster 

ecumed Co Virginia from England, called "of Rochester, Kent, 

ngland (30 miles from London) (Sainsburys Calendar & Virginia 

arolorum p A6) 

onsissioner for Upper Part of Elizabeth City (MCGC 192-3) 

ustlce of Elizabeth City Co. 

8 - Burgess I, 1629-1632 for Upper Pare of Eliza. City 

ppointed Co Council 1641,1644to 1646 - (MCGC 498) 

Norfolk Councy was divided from Elizabech City Co. 

- He married - ALICE? who was transported to Lower Norfolk Co., Va. 

rich his children 21 Sep 1654 (C 98 4 Nu 302) Were they coming from 
rbados? Names most closely associated with Capt. T. W. could be 
clue to his wife's maiden name: A daughter of; John Layton 

ho was aneighbor in Ellz. City Co; William Tucker closely associat- 
as also Adam Thorowgood and Richard Wake. 

is manor house was acwhac has become Willoughby Spit(Nu 34) 

deoce in Lower Norfolk Co. contained, besides a hall and numerous 

larcments, a parlor or drawing room and two chambers, known as the 

and the "Red", which like the two similarly designaced in che 

,e of Mrs. Elizabech Digges, were, no doubt, always reserved for 
Che two handsomest rooms in the house. (Bruce-Social Life pl59) 

atents for 100 acs S 200 acs in che area which was Co become the 

own of Norfolk in 1680/82. (Nu 54) 

uscice of che Peace for Lower Norfolk Co. , Va. (WS 281) 
1637 uncll 2 Mar 1639/40 he is missing from che records and on 

A82) May 1641 ic says "... since che lasc arrival of the said 

:apcain Thomas Willoughby into this country...." Absent about 3 yrs. 
L639/40 - Thomas Willoughby is among che headrights transported to 
latwick County, Va. by Robert Newman. (Nu 112) 
1640 - Co be repaid for 100 wc barrel of powder used at che funeral 

f Capt. Francis Hook. Hook had died in 1637 which is another indi- 
tion o{ Capt. T. W. 's absence. (MCGC 468) 

CO 3 Mar 1643/4 or possibly from Occ 1641 AbsenC 10 to 17 months 
L643 - Cape. T. W. qualified as Colonial Millcia Officer (WS 34) 

Dec 1643 co 15 Feb 1644/5 che records are missing in Book A Lower 
lorfolk Co., however, Cape. Willoughby is absent from Feb. 1644/5 
lourc until 15 May 1645. An Absence of 3 months possibly 17 monchs. 
)id he cake his son to England Co Schooo? See next item. 

7 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY II attended Merchant Taylor's School in 
.ondon, England., son of Capt. Thomas Willoughby, Merchant of Red 

,yon Alley, St. Botolph, Algace, London, England and Member of che 
Council of Virginia 1639. (Merchant Taylor Regiscer) 
isenc at the 7 Apr Court 1646 and on 15 Apr 1646 is recorded a 
»Ticcen noce from Capt. T. W. , Esq. advising adjournment of Court 
until 15 May because of the lack of attendance by those with suits 
pending. He is not present himself. (A p 332-357) 

/6 uncil Nov 1646 - an absence of about 7 or 8 months. 
646 - Administration of che escace of Richard Wake is granted to 
him: "Richard Wake, lace of this Colony, deceased, dying intestate 

leaving an estate ... in care whereof Capt. Willoughby hath 
tAie suite CO che Commissioners of LNco for an Administration 
bee granted a Creditor thereunto, che summe of t 198 scerling money" 
(this suit goes on and on in the Records over Wake's estate) 
1648 - "Richard Conquest saith that about last May was about 12 
Bonths (May 1647) .... Cape. Willoughby was very ill lasc Wlneer 
abouc Xmas. (1647) (B f 6 - 7a i f 102) 

a 1647/8 Co Jun 1648 - He was absenc, 6 monehs, was he still sick? 
c. 1648 to Jun 1649 - Absenc for anocher 6 monehs. 
649 - he is appoineed actorney of Susan (Rivers) of Ratcliffe, 
Parish of Stepney, co. Middlesex, England, widdow of Robert (Rivers) 
daced 10 Jul 1647. (Could chis have any connecclon with Thomas Marsh 
alias Rivers in LNco at the same time?0 (B 14 {, 123) 
been present aboue 5 monehs when he is again absenc from Occ or Nov 

Nov 1653 - 4 years this time. (Was he In Barbados or England?) 
luring chis absence Thomas W. II was 17 years 3 monehs old when, on 
1649/50 he scarced representing his father in various cases, and on 
28 Mar 1648/50 is a power of attorney (badly mutilated) which seems 
to say "sonne shall act concerning his father's xxxxxxxcion, (Petition?) 
(Petition?) Young Thomas continues to act for his father in Court 
until all action on cases is "ceased untill ye retume of ye sd 
Capt. Willoughby out of England." 
1650/51 - Item concerning Richard Wake's Estate indicated that Capt. 

has been away since before 10 Oct 1650. ( 70a, 71, 75; B 141a, 210; 
C 3,55) 

653 - Ha returns and stays home 2 months Nov 1653 to Jan 1653/4 (C65a) 
1654 Rec. 24 May 1655 - A letter to Captayne Tho: Willoughbye: "You 
are hereby increated, and both by the Countie & thee Courc fully 

Inpowered Co provide a Miniscer of Gods word for us soe 

vishing you a happy & prosperous voyage wee cake leave, Commicc you 
to God & Remayne. .. .signed by all of che Comrs. of LNco (3N32) 
1656 - "At ye request of T. W. II a reference la granted by Conquust 
In ye difference depending between Conquest 4 Willoughby uncll che 
next Feb. Couit supposing then his father will bee in ye Country, 
(^pt. W. does not return from this trip of two years. (D 25a, 26) 
>7 - Adm. to Thomas Mlddleton, Esq. of Barbados, nephew of T. W. 
late of Va. but in Alhalowes Barking to the use of Thomas i Eliza- 
beth, ye children, now beyond che sea. (Carlbeanna 5 p 205) 
1658 - Adm. is granted unto T. W. II upon his father's estate, 
Thomas W. who deceased In England. (D 162 & Nu xxxi) 



ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 



b 1630 - 1634 ? 

d 

=(1) ca 1659 as his 2nd wife 

SIMON OVERZEE of Maryland, 

New England i Va. (D 186,261,292,374) 

b d by 15 Aug 1660/1 

= (2) by 1 Mar 1660/1 ~ 

MAJOR GEORGE COLCOUGH 

b d by Sep 1662 (Jester) 

=■ (3) betw: 1662-Feb 1663/4 

ISAAC ALLERTON of Westmoreland Co. 

b d 

1636 - ELIZA: WILLOUGHBY Crans Co 

Accomac Co. by John Bell. 
1654 - ELIZ: WILLOUGHBY crans co 

Lower Norfolk Co by her father. 

COL. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY II only son 

b :<mas Day 1632 

Inventory 1672 wp 1672 in LNco is no 

longer of record. 
He received a grant in 1663 for 3200 
acres. 

13 Feb 1659 - Rec 18 Jan 1660 - 
I, Thomas Willoughby of ye Barbados, 
Marriner, Agent & Faccor in Principal 
unco Thomas Modyford & Company have 
made 5ic appoineed Thomas Will- 
oughby (II) of Virginia, Gene., Co be 

my crue and Lawful accomey (D285) 

+++ had issue by I I M I I I I ll I I I I I I I ll I I I 



WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON 



b aft 1664 
bap. ca 1665 

MARY ALLERTON 
b after 1664 



SASAH ALLERTON 
b afc 1664 



FRANCES ALLERTON 



b afcer 1664 

(see Jeseer 359-361) 



THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 



(9 p 9) 



MARY BENNETT Maid servanc of Cape. Thos . 

b by 1640 Willoughby 

d becween 1671-1682 (E 13 Nco) 

she =■ between 10 Jan 1655/6-15 Nov 1656-> 

JOHN HERBERT alias WILKINSON (C 117a) 

b prob ca lf.28 (signed a deed in LNco 

in 1649 so of age) 
wd 15 Jan 1669/70 wp 16 Apr 1675 
In which he said "now bound out of this 
Country." (E 185a) 

1682 - Estate divided "according to his 
will" between children of JOHN HERBERT . 
RICHARD HERBERT and THOMAS WILLOUGHBY. 
In his will he left his lands Co be 
divided between "all of my wife's sons" 

(5 DB 160) 
1664 - After che restoration JOHN H. 
alias WILKINSON resumeshis "true name 
name HERBERT (5 PB265) 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY II above 

= by 1660 

SARAH THOMPSON dau of Richard & Ursula 
(Bisshe) Thompson of 
Kicoughcan in 1649 later 
of Norchumberland Co. 

b (Nu 532) 

wd Sep 1573 wp Feb 1673/4 LNco (E 153) 



of che SOUTHERN BRANCH 

b betw: 15 Nov-15 Dec 1654 

wd 4 Jan 1710/11 

wp 16 Mar 1710/11 

Wit: Faithful Cherry, 

John Herbert, et al 

" see Herbert chares 

Not named In his will 

b 

b before 1710 ? 

21 Oct 1684 - Patent 200 

acres LNco W. Branch of 

Eliza. River (Nu^ 285) This 

land was bequeathed to his 

son William in his will. 

15 Jun 1711 rec 15 Juq 17U 
Inveneory - whole estate 
totaled 5.76/09/04 The 
appraysers were Wm. Wllklns, 
Richard Hodges, Tho: Cherry, 
John Williams, John Herbert. 
Sworn CO by John Herbert to 
be a crue and perfect Inv. 
(9 DB 70) 

JOHN HERBERT II 



b betw 1655 - 1661 

wd 1679 wp 21 May 1679 

(4 DB 50,55) 
- betw 1672-1677 - ISSUE - 
HANNAH (JOHANNA) HORNE 
dau of Thomas Home 
b bef 1645 

d aft 1579 bef 1682(4DB22,52) 
she - (1) Issue - 
ABEL ffEULLEN (LLEWELLEN) 
b 
d 



Issue of Thomas & Sarah 



REFERENCES: 



Nu = 
MCGC 



WS 



Cavaliers & Pioneers by Nugent 
" Minutes of the Courcill & 

General Court 
History d Biography of Norfolk 
by William Stewart 1905 

A, B, C, D, E, ic ^ Lower Norfolk Co. 
and Norfolk County Record Books 

N = Lower Norfolk Councy Anclquary 
by James 

ALL REFERENCE IS TO LOWER NORFOLK 
AND NORFOLK COUNTY UNLESS OTHERWISE 
NOTED . 



RESEARCHED AND COMPILED BY 
ALICE GRANBERY WALTER 



RICHARD HERBERT - ' - 

b 1570 becw Jan & Jul 

Poachumously (5 DB23,231) 
nun wd Mar 1691/2 
wp 15 Jan 1693/4 
d unmarried, called Thomas 
Willoughby "Brother" 
(half-bro.) and left him his 
whole estate. 

ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBT 

in her mother's will 

b betw 1655 - 1655 

d 

No further record 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBY III.G«nt. 
b bet:1655 - 1673 

underage in 1563 

of age in 1586 (5 p 104) 
wd 4 Feb 1711/12 
wp 16 May 1712 (9 p 183) 
- bef 1689 (9pl83)- Issue— 
MARGAHKT (iiurn nina iinkniiwii) 
b d nflur Viii 

\\\\v wiin Hill n iliiu, hT Jtititi 
llurtiurL, hu wna uiiiIuiakm In 
1663 and of ugo In i68li. 

(5|.i04) 
1599 - Justice of Norfolk Co. 
"Sole son & heir of Lc. Col. 
Tliomas WlllouRhby" (5D14,83) 



9 To. 



WILLQUGHBY - HERBERT LINE of the SOUTHERN BRANCH 
by Alice Granbery Salter 



THOMAS WILLOUGHBY II 

b Xmas Day 1632 in Virginia 

d baf 15 Apr 1672 + 

+++ had issue by ++++++++++++++++++ 

IVIARY BENNETT, Maid Servant of 

his father 
b bef 1640 
d batm 1671 - 1682 



+*+ THOMAS UIILLOUGHBY of SOUTHERN BR. 

+ b betui 15 Nov i 15 Dec 1654 

ujd 4 Jan 1710 wp 16 War 1710/11 
Probably born at the house of 
RICHARD STARNELL in the Southern 
Branch of Elizabeth River. 



b 
d 



She = betui 1654 - 1662 



JOHN HERBERT alias HJILKINSON 

b bef 1642 prob bef 1640 

wd 15 Jan 1669 wp 16 Apr 1675 

1662 - JOHN iJJILKINSON mas "fined 
for not having his children 
baptised" in Lower Norfolk Co. 



Thomas Willoughby II - ABOVE 
= by 1660 



SARAH THOMPSON, daughter of 

RICHARD 4 URSULA (BISSHE) THOMPSON 

of Kicoughtan in 1649, later of 

Northumberland County, Va. 

b 

wd Sep wp Feb 1673/4 



— JOHN HERBERT II 

b betw 1655 - 1661 

wd 1679 wp 21 rriay 1679 

He called THOS: WILLOUGHBY "bro" 

and made a UJ as his mark, for 

Wilkinson, his father's alias, 

no doubt. 

= betw 1672 - 1677 

HANNAH (JOHANNA) HORNE 

daughter of THOilAS HORNE 

widow of ABELL ffEULLEN (LEWELLEN) 

b 

d aft 1679 

— RICHARD HERBERT 
b in 1670 

nun wd Mar 1691/2 wp 15 Jan 1593/4 
d. unmarried 

He called THOS: WILLOUGHBY "bro" 
and left him his whole estate. 



- ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 
b betw 1651 - 1573 

d No further record 

- THOMAS WILLOUGHBY III 
b betw 1655 - 1665 

wd 4 Feb 1711/12 wp 16 May 1712 

= bef 1689 

MARGARET (surname unknown) 

b 

d aft 1712 



SCo 



r-f^f^ 



Willoughby - Herbert Lines of the Southern Branch 

The foilo'juing records are all from the early Lower iNorfolk County 
Boaks which are in the Clerk's office at Chesapeake, Virginia, unless 
reference sources are otherwise quoted. 

THOr'lAS WILLOUGHBY II - born Xmas Day 1632 in Virginia, the son of CAPT. 
THOMAS ■wyiLLOUGHBY I of England and Virginia. 

16 Mar 1649/50 - Thomas II, at the age of 1 7 years, was acting as attor- 
ney for his father in the Lower Norfolk County Court. His father was 
"out of the Colony of Virginia" from iMov 1649 until Nov 1653 and spent 
part of this time in England. (Nco 3 141a) 

18 Jun 1650 - ANNE WATKINS, mayd servant to CAPT. THOi^AS WILLOUGHBY ESQ, 
delivered of a child and will not confess ye father. She is to be giv- 
en 30 lashes unless she confesses who got the child. (Nco 3 147a) 

15 Feb 1650/1 - Upon psticon of ANNE 'jJATKINS, servant of CAPT. THOMAS 

WILLOUGHBY it is ordered that she should be sett free by 

payeing unto THOMAS WILLOUGHBYE JUNR:, attorney of CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGH- 
3YE SENR:, ye sume of 500 1 too for neglect of service, havinge unlaw- 
fully brought forth a child duringe ye tyme of her service and to put in 
security or to serve ye sd THOMAS till she procures it. THOMAS is to 
give ANNE the Corne 4 Clothes which, of right, belong to her as by her 
indenture. (Nco 3 161a) 

Note: In 1648 JOHN WATKINS will names wife FRANCES and sonne JOHN 
and "my children". His friends J,R. PHILLIPP BENNETT & MR. E2WARD 
LOYD to bee overseers. Could Anne have been one of the children 
apprenticed to Thomas Willoughby after her fathers death? 

16 Jun 1651 - THOMAS WILLCUGH3Y JUNR: 4 JOHN HOLMES confess that they 
took a boate xxxxx 4 cares out of the possession of JOB: 3EASLEY and 
the boate was lost. They are ordered to pay 300 1 tab a piece with 
caske. (Nco 3 179a) 

15 Jan 1651/2 - JANE LATHAM complains to the Court about her ill usage 
by her master, THOMAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR:. JANE 4 THOMAS are to return to 
the next Court 4 bring witnesses 4 THOMAS to produce "ye ropes end 
wherewith he struck the the said JANE. (THOMAS is 19 years old and his 
father had been away for over a year) JANE LATHAM was a headright in 
the Nov 1651 certificate to THOMAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR: (Nco B 1793 4 210) 

15 Apr 1553 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR granted a certificate for land for 
the transportation of MARY 3ENNETT et als. MARY BENNETT is also listed 
as a neadright in CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGHBYS patent in 1654, probably a 
renewal. (Nco C 44 4 Nu 302) 

Note: This seems to be the end of young Thomas' troubles for a while. 
His father returns home 1653 in the month of Nov., probably to cele- 
brate his son's 21st birthday December 25, 1553. 

27 



'jjilloughby - Herbert Lines of the Southern Branch 

21 Sep 1654 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR: is fined 50 1 tob for swearing in 
open Court. He is now almost 22 years olc and his father has been hone 
10 months. (Nco C 96a) 

(and on the same day) 
21 Sep 1654 - Uppon ye complaint of MARY EEIMNETT 4 by i with ye consent 
of CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY, her master, it is ordered that she shall 
have her freedom to dispose of herselfe within this County untill she 
shall be brought to bedd <i one moneth after. 

She the sd BENNETT puttinge ye CAPT. -^ilLLOUGHBY nor his son THOMAS 
WILLOUGHBY to no charge nor expense 4 at ye monthes end to return to ye 
sd CAPT. 'JJILLOUGHBY his service again. (Nco C 97 ) 

15 Nov 1654 - Whereas MARY BENNETT caused an accon to be entered against 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR: the ye sd WILLOUGHBY sendinge his letter to this 
Court wherein he craved a referring to ye next Court ye Comrs: of this 
Court viewinge his letter i takeinge ye matter into consideracon, doth 
grant him a reference. And with order that ye said THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 
shall make his psonall appearance at ye next Court to be held for this 
County whereby to answer ye said accon. And it is further ordered that 
she ya sd MARY BENNETT shall have libertie to dispose of herselfe within 
this County where she thinke fittinge untill ye next Court and the Court 
to save harmelesse those that shall entartayne her the sd MARY BENNETT. 

(Nco C 105) 

15 Dec 1654 - Know all men by these presents that I RICHARD STARNELL of 
the Westarne Branch of Elizabeth River in the County of Lower Norfolk, 
Cooper, doe binde over all my whole Estate unto CAPT: THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 
of the aforesaid County upon breach of the Condicon following. Witness 
my hand this 15 Dec 1654. 

RICHARD STARNELL 

Note: RICHARD STARNELL, Cooper in his 1655 will leaves "all his land" 

being 700 acres lying in Deep Creeke 

In the above "of Westerne Branch" must be a clerk's error. (AGW) 

His land was close to JOHN HERBERT'S land. 

The condicon of this obligation is such that if the bond bound on RICH: 
STARNELL shall save Defend and forever keepe harmlesse THOMAS WILLCUGHSY 
sonna to the said CAPT: THOMAS WILLOUGHBY aforesaid of and from all dam- 
age trouble or molestacon whatsoever that shall or may arise from MARY 
BENNETT, servant to ye said CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY or by any Charge for 
or towards the bringinge upp of the Child shee now hath. That then this 
present writeinge be voyde and of none effect or else to remaine in full 
force power & vertue. Dated under my hand this 16 Dec 1654. 
Wit: THOMAS ffULCHER RICHARD STARNELL 

CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY in open Court engaged himselfe to Deliver unto 
MARY BENNETT to and for ye use of the Child which shee now hath, one 
heiffer cf two yeares ould uppon Demand. (Nco C 110 ) 

15 Dec 1554 - We doe present THOMAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR: for comitting of 
fornication with MARY BENNETT 3INGLEW0MAN, his fathers servant. (C 113a) 



Willoughby - Herbert Lines of the Southern Branch 

The preceding records prove that Mary Bennett had a child by Thomas 
UJilloughby Junior and that the child was born between 15 Nov 4 the 
15 Dec 1654, Thomas is almost 22 years old. The child in all(AGU]) 
probability u/as born at Richard Starnell's house. 



15 Dae 1654 - It 
THOMAS U/ILLOUGHBY 
that ye said MARY 
sently the payein 
head) of tob to c 
that then the ye 
againe And alsoe 
tyiLLOUGHBY or his 
taine 300 pounds 
his service again 
ture from the dat 



is ordered by Joynt Consent in open Court between CAPT 
4 MARY BENNETT, servant to ye sd CAPT. WILLOUGHBY, 
BENNETT shall be free and at her owne disposal pra- 
g to ye sd CAPT. WILLOUGHBY in March next one hh (hogs- 
ontayne 300 pound 4 caske 4 uppon non paymt thereof 
sd MARY BENNETT is to raturne to her Masters service 
the ye sd MARY BENNETT is to pay to ye said CAPT. 

ass: one HH of tob more uppon ye 10 Jan 1655 to con- 
4 caske or she to raturne to ye sd CAPT: WILLOUGHBY 
e 4 to serve out her full time according to her inden- 
e of these presents. (Nco C 117a) 



17 Dec 1655 - The persons fined 4 the fines to be collected by or bef- 
ore the next Court: 
JAMES SMITH 
JAMES STEWARD 
WILL HATTERSLEY 
SAUILL GASKIN 
HENERY HINSQN 
GEORGE HAWKINS 

(f) = for fornication 
brandy etc for too high 



500 1 


tob (f) 


JOHN BANCKE 


300 (i) 


500 


(i) 


THOM: WATKINS 


60 


500 


(i) 


GEORGE HYAM 


300 


600 


(sell) 


MR. THO: WILLOUGHBY JUNR: 


300 (f) 


300 


(i) 


MR. THO: EDMONDS 


600 


500 




WIDDOW BECK (of<> Berk) 


600 






ANNE GODBY 


300 


(i) 


= for incontyencye (sell) = sailing sacke, 


gh a price. 


(Nco C 166) 



Is this fine imposed exactly one year later for his 1554 present- 
ment, or is this another indiscretion on his part? Capt. Willough- 
by had again left the Colony in May of 1655. (AGW) 

17 Nov 1656 - Is the last time THOMAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR: is in Court, 
whan his father's cases are given a reference until Feb Court 1657/8 
"supposing then his father will bee in ye Country" (Nco D 25a) 

Is this when THOflAS WILLOUGHBY JUNR: went to Northumberland County 
Virginia and met and married SARAH THOMPSON? (AGW) 

15 Aug 1658 - Ha appears in Lower Norfolk County Court where he is 
granted a certificate for 200 acres of land, and on the same day, is 
granted a Commission of administration on his father's estate, who de- 
ceased in England. CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY had died before Apr 1657. 

(Caribeana 5p205 - Nco D 161,2) 

17 Oct 1659 - MR. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY is sick, but is back in Lower Nor- 
folk County and seems to remain in the area. (He has probably married 
and returned with his wife) (Nco D 229) 



B^ 



Willoughby - Herbert Lines of the Southern Branch 

Notes We now know that THOmAS WILLOUGHBY JUNRs had a child by MARY 
BENNETT born between 15 Nov and 15 Dec 1654, however, we do not yet 
know its sex or name. (AGW) 

Will of JOHN HERBERT I alias WILKENSON (until 1664) (Nco E ia5a) 
of Deep Creek i Julians Creek in the Southern Branch of Elizabeth River 
wd 15 Jan 1669 wp 16 Apr 1675 by MAJOR FRANCIS SAYER i MARY WILLIAMS 
the witnesses. 
Exor: sole exex. "my well beloved wife, MARY" 

....I JOHN HERBERT being in perfect health and now bound out of this 
Country and nott knowing how It may please god to dispose of me doe 
here make i declare this to be my last will and testament in manner 
and forme following (viz); I give and bequeath unto: 

my Sonne JN°: HERBERT me Cleare land and houseing, and as much of the 
woodland adjoining to it as shall make up his Equall proportion amongst 
the rest of my wifes Sonnes . 

I give to "ye rest of my wifas sonnes" all ye remayning part of my land, 
equally to bee divided amongst them and to bee delivered to Each of 
them att the age of twenty one yeares by my Executrix hereafter named 
and if that child that my wife now goes with bee a boy than his share 
of the land to equall all the Rest and in case that any of ye aforesd 
male children shall dye before they attayn to the age aforasaid or with- 
out (heirs) lawfully begotten, that then his or their part to Returne to 
those that shall survive. (the unborn child was RICHARD HERBERT) 

I give and bequeath to my well beloved wife MARY HERBERT one third part 
of my estate both personall and Raall that is to say ye third Part of 
my Reall Estate is butt for her and during her natural life, I give and 
bequeath the other two thirds of my personall estate to bee (ink blott) 
divided amongst "all my wifes children" that now is living to bee del- 
ivered unto them att their Respective ages or the day of their marriage 
and in Case any of them dye during their minority than his or their 
part to Returne to the xxxxxxxxx the Rest of the sd children, and I doe 
further appoint my well beloved wife to bee my sole Exequetrix to see 
this my last will and testament performed whai it shall please god to 
take mee out of this wicked world to restore mea to his mercy in wit- 
ness whereof to all ye above written I have hereunto sett my hand and 
seale this 15 Jan 1669. 

JN°: HARBURD 4 Seale 
Note: This will definitely leaves all of the land to JN°: HERBERT II 
and to the "rest of my wifes sons", and the "that child my wife now 
goes with" who was a boy, RICHARD HERBERT. (AGW) 

There is no indication of any daughter. See the division cf this 
estate and the deeds in 1698 which tie in with this will. 

25 Mar 1671 Recorded 15 Bber 1672 - I SARAH WHITE of Elizabeth 

River.... for my future subsistance & for divers other good causes & 
consideracons do consigne 4 grant unto MRS. MARY HERBERT ail i 



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singular my goods 4 Chatties uihatsoeuer & immoveable as ujell 

of what kind or condition or nature forever to the sd "iRS. HER- 
BERT her exors: & assignes freely forever without any challenge 

Clayme or demand ye sd MRS. HERBERT to keepa mee as long as god 

shall preserve my life ... liiit: U/M: GOULDSTQN i JNO: WHITE (iW)( E 131) 

15 Apr 1672 - The humble petition of LEMUEL MASON humbly sheweth that 
there dyed lately in the County of Lower Norfolk LIEUT: COLL: THOMAS 
l«iILLOUGHBYE, CAPT: WM: fOOSELEY who were both justices of the quorum. 
(This item is asking for the appointment of new Justices) (Nco E 116) 

27 Jul 1672 - To the worp: his majestys justices of ye peace Humbly 
sheweth that your pett: MARY HERBERT being arrested in an accon of the 
case by THOMAS BLANCH agst this August Court your pattr: being hindered 
by an unexpected providence humbly craves a (reference?) untill the 
next Court when your pettr: God willing shall attend (Nco E 125a) 

15 Bbar 1672 - Administration is granted unto MRS. SARAH WILLOUGHBIE on 
the estate of LIEUT: COLL: WILLOUGHBIE by virtue of an order of Court 

dated 15 Apr last (Nowhere in the records can I find any probata 

of a will for Thomas Willoughby. This record proves that ha died intes- 
tate, and could ba tha record that has caused the statement to be pub- 
lished that his will was probated but "no longer of record") (Nco E 130a) 

1679 wp 21 May 1679 - In his will JOHN HERBERT II leaves his land to his 
son JOHN HERBERT and if the child in esse "be a boy" then he is to have 
half, and "if nott JOHN HERBERT is to have it all". (the child in esse 
was THOMAS HERBERT born in 1679 or 1680 and was no doubt named for 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY the half-brother) He empowers his brother THOMAS WILL- 
OUGHBY to sea that his children ara not wronged. (He is following in 
his father's footsteps in leaving his land to the male descendants. 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY is 25 years old and has probably been almost a father 
to JOHN i RICHARD HERBERT) He signs his will JNO: (his W mark) HERBERT. 
(The W is, no doubt, for Wilkinson, his fathers alias.) The will was 
proved by TRANCIS LAKE i HENRY DALE. (Nco 4DB50a) 

Dated 19 Jun 1582 - Know all Men by these presents that HENRY DALE and 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY Doe firmly bind themselves each to the other in the 
Some of brio, 000 of good tobacco and Caske to baa payd by that party that 
shall in any wise molest the other by Comencing any suits of Law or 
Causeing any Difference about the Lands left by JNO: HERBERT SENR: Deed 
after they ara layd out and Divided by the Respective men heareafter 
nominated and the said tobacco to bee paid upon Demand by the person 
makeing Dafalt therein. 

The condition of the obligation is such that whereas there hath beine 
a difference betwixt the above said DAILE 4 WILLOUGHBY about land and 
being minded to putt a period to all Controversies about that they have 
agreed to make choyce of and doe chose JOHN BIGGS, JNO: EUERIDGE, JOHN 
MANNING and ROGER HODGIS to make Division of tha said land according to 
the said JNO: HERBERT SENR:, his will, into three parts and what tha 



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said parties shall Doe in and about (missing) to the said Division & to 
bee deemed firm and valied in Law (missing) any Contradiction or (miss- 
ing) agst the said DALE and WILLOUGHBY and that the said parties Doe 
make a full Determination of the Oiferences In that nature betwixt them 
to whose Judgmts Acts and (can't read) if the said HENRY DALE and THO- 
MAS HJILLQUGHBY Doe stand too hold and keep then this bond to bee voyd 
or else to bee in full fores power and vertue. 
Wit: JNQ: FEREBEE 4 ROBERT (R) TUCKER HENRY (mark) DALE <5c SEALE 

THO: yJILLOUGHBY (mark) SEALE 
"20 day of jun 1582 being the day the land was divided on" 

20 Jun 1582 the day of the Division Recorded 15 Aug 1591 (iMco 50B150) 
JNO: (mark) EVERIDGE, JOHN (mark) WANNING, JNO: BIGGS SENR: & ROGER 
HODGIS... being indifferently chosen by HENRY DALE and THOMAS HJILLOUGHBY 
to make Division of the Lands of JOHN HERBERT SENR: dyed seized of which 
wee have done as neare Could according to his will and Is in maner and 
forme following vizt: as to the first part: 

Now belonging to the orphans of JNO: HERBERT son 4 heire of JNO: HERBERT 
SENR: bouth deed now living with HENRY DALE. Wee doe allott the housen, 
Cleare ground and as much woodland Ground as is Contaned from the branch 
of the Creeke by the Plantation and that to bee a natural bound betwixt 
RICHARD HERBERTS part and the said ORPHANTS part soe far as a marked 
pine standing on the forke of the Creeke and from thence by a line of 
marked trees runing Westerly up to the further bounds of the whole Divi- 
sion and for the other two parts belonging to THOMAS WILLOUGHBY and 
RICHARD HERBERT is bounded (vizt): 

from a Creeke that comes out of Deep Creek about the midway between the 
mouth of Deep Creek and the mouth of Goose Creek, to bee a natural bound 
between THOMAS WILLOUGHBY and RICHARD HERBERT soe farr as a marked Read 
Oake standing on a foulke (fork) of the Broad Marsh and from thence by 
marked trees runing North Ely to the line aforementioned that runeth 
Westerly and that part that is on the Eastern side of the Broad Marsh 
and Creeke towards the Southern Branch we doe allott to RICHARD HERBERT 
as his part and the other part lying on the Westerne side of the said 
Marsh 4 creeke towards Goose Creek wee doe allott to THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 
and the first part lying Northerly adjoining to the plantation to JOHN 
HERBERT iC. (Nco 5DB160) 

(Note: This division of John Herbert's land giving Thomas Willoughby 
land in the Broad Marsh substantiates his line later when he leaves the 
land he owns in the Broad Marsh in his will to one of his sons.) 

(This division also proves that JOHN HERBERT II deed, RICHARD HERBERT 
and THOriAS WILLOUGHBY are the sons of MARY HERBERT widow 4 relict of 
JOHN HERBERT I ) 

(I believe that it can be assumed that the lines of the boundaries 
of the division were later corrected by JOHN HERBERT III and his cozen 
(uncle) THOMAS WILLOUGHBY after RICHARD HERBERTS death) 

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Will of RICHARD HERBERT (iMco 5DB231) 

nun ttid Mar 1691/2 vup 15 Jan 1693/4 Date at top of page is 30 Mar 1694 

The Depos: of GEORGE BALLENTINE JUNR: aged 31 yeares or thereabouts 
sayeth: 

that sometime On or about the month of Warch 1691/2 your Dept: 
being at the house of THOPHAS WILLOUGHBY in the Southerne Branch of this 
County where was RICHARD HERBERT who was then bound out of this River 
to York River in a Sloop with JAWES iVlOONE a Sloop man at which time & 
place your Depot: heard the said RICHARD HERBERT discourse of making 
his will before he went out, but there being noe pson there that could 
Wright it. The sd HERBERT did then call your Depont: & EDWARD ffUELLING 
4 did request us to take notice 4 bare witness that he the said RICHARD 
HERBERT did give all his estate to the abovesaid THOMAS WILLOUGHBY. 

Signum: GEORGE (I) 8ALLINTINE JUNR: 
Sworne in Court 15 Jan 1693/4 Teste: MALA: THRUSTON ClCur. 

The Dspo: of EDWARD ffLUELLING aged 21 yeares or thereabouts saith that 
being present at the time and place above written 4 subscribed by 
GEORGE VALLENTINE JUNR: doath well remember Each particular there sett 
downe to bee truth. 

Signum: EDWARD (E) ffLUELLING 
Sworne in Court 15 Jan 1693/4 Teste: WALA : THRUSTQN ClCur 

The Depo: of WARY TUCKER aged 45 yeares or thereabouts Sayeth that 
RICHARD HERBERT being at your Depts: husbands house in the Southern 
Branch of this County Sometime last Sumer was twelve month your Depot: 
heard the said RICHARD HERBERT say that if he dyed before he was married 
that his Brother THO: WILLOUGHBY should have all that hee had. 

Signum: MARY (WY) TUCKER 
Sworne in Court 15 Jan 1693/4 Teste: MALA: THRUSTON ClCur 

Mar 1692/3 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY presented for probate the nun-cupative 
will of RICHARD HERBERT who left him his whole estate. (4\y82) 

(The EDWARD ffLUELLING of the above deposition is the step-son of 
JOHN HERBERT II and the step-nephew of this RICHARD HERBERT, as is 
proved by the following record) 

1677 - JOHN HERBERTS sons-in-law (step sons) RICHARD LLEWELLYN, EDWARD 
LLEWELLYN and (step-dau) MARY LLEWELLYN to receive certain cattle etc. 
at age of 16, MARY to receive hers at age 16. (Nco 4DB22a) 

(Note: The following deeds, although partially missing, further 
substantiate the relationships. Enough of the original records 
are left to indicate that the boundaries, laid out in the division 
of land in 1682, or by JOHN HERBERTS 1669 will, are being corrected 
to their own satisfaction. AGW) 

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14 Nov 1698 Recorded xx ^iav 1598 - HERBERTS DEED TO uiiILL0UGH3Y - the 
left hand side of this deed is missing. (l\lco 5DB143) 

xxxxxxx whome these presents shall come know ye that I, JOHiN HERBERT of 
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx me hereunto moving xxxxx xxxxxx for the love 
xxxxxxx 0: 'jJILLDUGHBY 3EMR: of ye sd County In consideracon of Exchang 
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx uihereas my Grandfather by will baring date 15 January, 
xxxxxxxxxxxxx of land adjoyning to Deep Creeke 4 Goose Creeke unto THO: 
xxxxxxxxxxxx branch of Elizabeth River 4 Supposed the defalt was in the 
XXX not to mention it to his heires it being also laid out i by Estam- 
acon XXXXXXX Now knows ye that I the said JOHiM HERBERT being the right 4 
XXX (gr)andfather 4 father JOHN HERBERTS deed, for the causes aforesaid 
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Deliver by these presents, from mee 4 my heires forever 
XXXXXX HBY 4 to his heires forever Every parte 4 parcell of the sd land 
xxxxxxxxx he now (lives on?) 4 that is adjoyning that ha now holds with 
xxxx appurtenances, priviledges, xxxxxxxxxxxx and to the true intent to 
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx no xxxxxxxxxx may arise in Law by Querke or Quillets? 
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx HERBERT xxxxxxxxxxxx my heires 4 unto the aforesaid 
Txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx heires or assignee forever in the penial? Sum of One 
hun(dred?)xxxxxx to bee well 4 truly paid by mee 4 my heires 4 unto the 
said xxxxxxxx or assignee upon the first lett. hindrance or disturbance 
xxxxxx of the heires or assignes 4 I being the right heire of the sd Id 
and now xxxxxxxxx acknowledge to have Sold him the Said THO: 'jiJILLQUGHBY 
To have xxxxxxxxxxxxx forever the said land, according, to true intent 4 
mean(ing?) xxxxxx within menconed as Wittnass my hand this 14 Mov 1698. 
Wit: 
Mi MAUNO 4 MARY (W) CULPEPPER Ack xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

19 Nov 1698 Recorded xxxxx - WILLOUGHBYS DEED TO HERBERT - the right 
hand side of this deed is missing. (Nco 5DB 144) 

Knowe all men by these presents xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
to my COZEN JNO: HERBERT for xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Doe acknowledge to have sold xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
unto JOHN HERBERT 4 to his heires xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
certaine tract of land that was xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Supposed to have been given (to John Herbert?) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
dated 15 Janry 1669 and for xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
forever; I bind my self 4 h(sires?) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
for his peacabley enjoymt of xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Disturbance or Wolestacon of xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
4 seale this 19 November xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
JJit: 
UlM; MAUNO 4 MARY (fl) CULPEPPER Ackxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

Note: JOHN HERBERT I will dated 15 Jan 1669. "Cozen John Herbert 
is John Herbert III and half -nephew of Thomas Uiilloughby. (AGW) 



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Will of THOmAS WILLOUGHBY of the Southern Branch of Elizabeth River 
uid 4 Jan 1710 uip 16 Mar 1710/11 by FAITHFUL CHERRY, JOHN HARBERT, 4 
NICHOLAS HILL 3 of the witnesses. (Nco 9 DB 9) 

Exor: nooe 

Overseers: "I make JOHN HARBERT 4 ffAITHFUL CHERRY overseers over my 
son JNO: to see that he Oos not bassell away the estate 
till he comes of age to govern it himselfe as given under 

my hand 4 seale , " 

Ulits above and JOHN (mark) EASTWOOD 

......being sick and weake of body butt of perfect sence and memory 

thanks be to God for it I therefore Doe xxxxxx my body to the earth to 
bee decently buried and my soule to the almighty god who gave it in 
hopes of an Eternal Blessing butt calling to mind my worldly Estate I 
bequeath: 

unto my son THOMAS WILLOUGHBY a necke of Land called Broad Mash Runing 
from a place Called Turtle Gutt and from thence to an Qake it being a 
Corner tree it being in the head of Broad Mash to him and his heirs... 

to my son JOHN WILLOUGHBY my Manner plantacon it being the remainder 
part of ye said Tract of Land to him and his heirs forever 



unto my son WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY a parcell of Land lying and being in the 
head of Western Branch of Elizabeth River being at a gum standing at 
the run side by FREEMANS LINE and runing up ye said Run for length and 
from ye said gum West by North 60 pole for bredth to him and his heirs 
lawfully begotten of his body forever 

unto my son JOHN WILLOUGHBY my Still and all appurtenances Appertaining 
thereto and one hand mill and one grate pott and a brass kettle and a 
gun and sword and a feather bed and the furniture belonging to it and 
halfe a Dozen of Plates of puter and a puter Collender and two pewter 
Dishes and the Casks and Chaires and Table and all other Lumberment of 
the house 

to my son THOMAS a Gunn and two pewter dishes and six pewter plates... 

to my son WILLIAM two pewter dishes and to my son JOHN my horse and a 
Cart and a paire of Cart wheeles and all my whole stock of Cattle ex- 
cepting Two Cows to my son THOMAS called by the name Lovely and file 

pale and one cow to my son WILLIAM one Iron pot of about four 

Gallons and to my six daughters I give Everyone of them a Ewe and to my 
son JOHN all ye remainder part of my Estate and all the female Encreasa 
of ye above menconed Cows to THOMAS and WILLIAM to run on for them till 
they arive to the age of Eighteene then to receive there full portions. 
And I make JOHN HERBERT and ffAITHFUL CHERRY overseers 

THOMAS (his T mark) WILLOUGHBY 



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INVENTORY OF THOMAS UJILLOUGHBY late of Norfolk County (Nco 9DB70) 
Taken 13 Jun 1711 by WILLIAM WILKINS, RICHARD HODGES, THO: (CHERRY?), 

JOHN WILLIAMS 4 JOHN HERBERT 
to 2 old Cows cow and calfe 4.17.00 

to 3 heifers at 2/15/0 to 1 booll (bull) at xx small boolls 6.04.00 
to a Still 25. to a Sorrele horse at 6 lb to 1 hand mill 33.00.00 
to 1 old Mare to 1 Grindstone to old &. young sheep 5.02.00 

to a percell of old Sider Cask to 4 hives of Bees at 2 3.11.00 
to 1 old pot i hooks at to 1 old bedstead, 2 old chests and 
old table 8 old flagg Chares 1 old woolen wheele 1 old 11) 
Gallon runlett 5 pence 2 old Sadie trees a small pcell of )_ 2 03 06 
old iron hooks to 3 small Dory Hidges and a piece a small ) 
parcell of unbroke flax to 35 lb of Pewter ) 

to 40 lb of old Pewter to 23 old Pewter spoons 1.13.00 

to 1 quart pott pint and gill 4 halfe of cash 4 Sault Seller .05.06 
to 1 feather bed 4 old Steed Rugg 4 old torn sheets 4 3 pillows 5,04.00 
to a small percell of old Dingle foule feathers 0.05.00 

to 1 old Lining (Linen) Wheele to 1 old Cart 4 wheeles 1.00.00 
to 2 guns 1 old Barrel 4 a Sword Hamer belt 2.6 to a parcell 
of old iron to 1 Iron pestle 2 old hand saws 1 Square to 2 
Augers 5 Corking Irons 2 files 2 goudges 2 gun belts 2 Could 
Chissells 1 old Plainer 2 paire of Compases 4 rule 2 plains 1 
Chalk line 3 iron wedges 1 seckle 1 handsaw rest 2 broad hoes 
3 narrow hoes 1 Cleaver 1 frow? 1 drawing knife 2 old ones 
1 adge a percell of old Drum sides 4 hooks all old trumpery 2.14.09 
to 1 old Brass kettle 1 small iron pot 4 hooks 1 grate 
pot 4 hooks a round bottles 2 pint bottles 1 Jugg 1 Earthen 
Chern 4 old Earthen pott 1 pare of old Sheep Shares (shears) 
1 old pair of wool card and sifter rim 1 old Mocheare (Mohair) 
pety coat all bract 4 1 old Cubard Cloath and coushing Cloath 
and old pr of Leather Gloves to 1 old looking Glass to a percell 
of old woole 4 halfe of a Cross Cut Saw 

To a percell of woolin and for yarn to 1 Slay and sett of gares 
and old frying pan all burnt out 2 runletts 18 gallon Cask 1 
old Churne To 1 Silver Dram 1 Small Spicer 1 Small Chaine 1 sett 
of buttons 1 clasp and bodkin all Silver 1 small broake gold 

ring all at QO/17/6 

Total 75.09.04 

In persuancs of an order of Norfolk County Court we whose names are und- 
erwritten whoe were Summoned by the Sheriff and Sworne before CAPT: MAT- 
HEW SPIUEY have met at ye lata house of THOMAS WILLOUGHBY late of this 
County deed and have appraised ye said Decedents Estate which amounts 
to b 76/9/4 given under our hands 13 Jun 1711 

WM: WILKINS 
to 5 young 4 old Sheep Sould at 1/15/0 RICHARD HODGES 

to 3 old Chares JOHN HERBERT THO: (CHERRY?) 

JOHN WILLIAMS 
Sworne to by JOHN HERBERT to be a true and perfect Inventory of ye sd 
WILLOUGHBYS Estate this 15 Jun 1711 4 ordered to be recorded. 



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No data on the page but data is 1716 

Upon the patition of ANNE WILLOUGHBY an orphan of THODIAS lOILLOUGHBY deed 
of the setting forth in her patition that She is not of years capable to 
take an oath but being by consent of this Court bound an apprentice to 
HilLLIAfil DALE Deed butt since his death goes in fear of her life by one 
Negro callad Gandy he getting Sum Drink in his head did Declare that 
he would Kill that Dam Bitch Nan: and withall went out and whetted his 
Knife and putt it in his bosom and Did Declare that ha would Cutt har 
through if he was Cutt (caught?) for Doeing ye same, and her unkle 
JOHN HERBERT appearing in Court on Behalfa of the sd. orphan: it is 
therefore ordered the said JOHN HERBERT produce the sd. orphan to the next 
Court in order to her choosing of her guardian. 



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ISSUE OF THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of the Southern Branch 

b betw 15 Nov 4 15 Dec 1654 
wd 4 Jan 1710/11 mp 16 lYlar 1710/11 



(Nco gPB 9 ) 



IV-JOHN WILLOUGHBY of Blackiuater.PAco 
b betw 1690 - 1695 (Nco 9DB9,10DB4a) 
Underage in 1711 

Ulit. a will in 1716 (21 by 1716) 
lud 20 Mar 1739/40 wp 4 Jun 1740 

PAco 5 08479) 

= betiu 1716 - 1720 

ELIZABETH DEALL (DALE) 

dau of HENRY 4 FRANCES DALE 

b 

d 



WILLIAm WILLOUGHBY of PAco 1727 

b betw 1690 - 

d 



JOHN WILLOUGHBY 

b 

d 



b 
d 

.^THOmS WILLOUGHBY 
b betw 1719 - 
d 

= DINAH 
b 
d 

- ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 

b 

d 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 
b b«tw 1690 - 1704 

Adm of Estate 4 Aug 1736 (PAco 4(V1B323) 
= bef 1722 
ANNE 
b 
d 

flARY WILLQUGHBY 

b bef 1695 

d 

= 15 Jun 1711 (Nca9DB13) 

UJILLIAIYl WANNING son of JOHN SENR.d 1716 

b 

d 

ANNE WILLOUGHBY 

b Mar 1702 d 

1716 - aged 14 last Mar bound to WILLIAM DALE SENR; her uncle JOHN HER^ 

BERT. - (Nco 9 DB168j_ 

RUTH WILLOUGHBY 

b 1703 d 

1711 - orphan of THOS : WILLQUGHBY bound to LEMUEL WILSON 4 wife KATHER- 

INE - aged 8 - bound until age of IB. (Nco 9DB 14) 

20 May 1715 - aged 12 - bound to THOMAS SUGGS 4 WIFE FRANCES (" 9DB116 ) 

3 OTHER DAUGHTERS all underage in 1710 



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JOHN UIILLOUGHBY son of THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of the Southern Branch 

b betw 1690 - 1698 1654 - 1711 (Nco 9DB9, 10DB48) 

Underage in 1711 - witnessed a will in 1716 

wd 20 War 1739/40 wp 4 Jun 1740 of Blackwater, Princess Anne County 

= betw 1716 - 1720 (Paco 5DB479) 

ELIZABETH DALE daughter of HENRY i FRANCES DALE (Win' p 34 ) 

b 

d 

In his father's will 1710 - 1711 "unto my son JOHN WILLOUGHBY my IVlanner 
Plantation the remainder of a tract of land in Broad Wash (runing from 
a place called Tuttle Gutt)." The other half of this tract was left to 
his brother THOMAS WILLOUGHBY and is the land in the 1682 division 
which was given to THOMAS WILLOUGHBY and RICHARD HERBERT and bequeathed 
to the father, THOflAS WILLOUGHBY by Richard Herbert in 1691/2. 

(Nco 5DB231) (Nco SDB 160) 

12 Mar 1722 - JOHN WILLOUGHBY & ELIZABETH his wife to THQS : CULPEPER 
for b5 land on Southside of Western Branch, 25 acres. 

Uiit: ('"Jco ^ '^^^ ) 

THOMAS (T) WILLOUGHBY 4 WM: BISHOP JOHN {i) WILLOUGHBY 

ELIZABETH (X) WILLOUGHBY 

Will of THQS: RICHARDSON 10 Nov 1716 wp 2 Mar 1718/9 witnessed and pvd 
by JOHN WILLOUGHBY, ffAITHFUL CHERRY i HENRY CULPEPPER (Nco 10DB 48) 

a Feb 1722 - JOHN WILLOUGHBY 4 ELIZABETH his wife selling to JOSEPH 
MANNING, Carpenter, for 50 shillings, land in Southern Branch adj. JOHN 
MANINGS line, to Turcle Gutt. 30 acres. 
Wit: WM: BISHOP, THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 4 JOHN WANING (Nco F 77a, 78, 78a) 

13 Feb 1722 - JOHN WILLOUGHBY 4 wife ELIZABETVi selling to JOHN WANING 
for b 8 land in Southern Branch, 100 acres, lying on West side of South- 
ern Branch at Chincapin stake, running to JOSEPH HODGES corner to THOM- 
AS HERBERTS to main road and along HODGES. 

Wit: WM: BISHOP, JOSEPH MANING, THOMAS WILLOUGHBY (Nco F 7Ba,79) 

In will d 27 Mar 1733 wp 17 Dec 1742 of JOSEPH MANING of Southern Branch 
...wife: MARTHA.... to son JOSEPH MANING 100 acres of land which I bought 
of JOHN WILLOUGHBY 4 THOMAS WILLOUGHBY (BA 171) 

In will d 10 Oct 1720 wp Dec 1720 of FRANCES DEALL of Deep Creek is 
named: son JOHN WILLOBE 4 daughter ELIZABETH WILLOBE. (NcqF75, 75a) 

(Win' 34) 

ISSUE: JOHN WILLOUGHBY b 

1753 a John Willoughby of North Carolina sold 50 acres in Blac- 
water. Princess Anne County to JOHN FENTRESS. 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY b betw 1719 - = DINAH 
ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY b 

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JOHN UilLLOUGHBY ■ 

b 

d 

= bef 1720 

ANN 

b 

d 

There are recorded deeds dated 1720 from JOHN 4 ANN WILLOUGHBY in 
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THOPrTAS miLLOUGHBY son of THOMAS WILLQUGHBY of the Southern Branch 

b betiu 1690 - 1704 1654 - 1711 (Nco 9DB9, 100848) 

Adm. of .Estate 4 Aug 1735 (PAco 4ivia 323 ) 

= bef 1722 

ANNE 

b 

d 



1722 - THOmAS UIILLOUGHBY i WILLIAM UilLLOUGHBY bought 110 acres from 
RICHARD SMITH in Blackuiater, Princess Anne County 

13 Mar 1722/23 - THOMAS UilLLOUGHBY i wife ANNE selling to THOMAS TAYLOR 
for t 5 land in Western Branch adjacent Culpeper corner tree, 25 acres. 
Wit: (Nco F 70, 70a, 71 ,71a ) 

JOHN (f) WILLOUGHBY i WM: BISHOP THOMAS (W) WILLQUGHBY 

ANNE (A) WILLOUGHBY 

13 Feb 1722/3 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY to JOSEPH MANNING, Carpenter, land on 
NW side of Deep Creek, a neck of land called Broad Mash, running from 
Turcle Cutt, 70 acres. 

Wit: (Nco F 37, a7a, 88,883 ) 

WM: BISHOP, JOHN MANING 4 JOHN (W) WILLOUGHBY 

In will of his father 1710 - 1711 "unto my son THOMAS WILLOUGHBY a neck 
of land called Broad Mash runing from a place Called Turtle Gutt and 
from thence to an Qaka it being a Corner tree it being in the head of 
Broad Mash to him and his heirs." This is the land his father inherited 
from JOHN HERBERT I and is in the division of 1682. (Nco 508 160 & 231 ) 



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WILLIAm bUILLOUGHBY son of THOMAS WILLQUGHBY of the Southern Branch 

b betw 1690 - 1554 - 1711 

d 



15 lYlar 1727 - UilLLIAIvi WILLOUGHBY of Princess Anne County made^deed /> a 

dated 15 Mar 1727 and recorded in Norfolk County conveyini^f and-^at--^anr«:'£L ^^^"HT^ 
aafewrf^ THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 21 Oct 1684 and bequeathed to said ^UILLIAM 
'jiilLLOUGHBY by will of said THOMAS dated 8 Jan 1710. (4 va2) 



UJill of THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 1710-1711 "unto my son WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY a' 
parcsll of Land lying and being in the head of Western Branch of Eliz- 
abeth River being at a gum standing at the run side by TREEMANS Line 
and Tuning up ye said Run for length and from ye said gum West by iMorth 
60 pole for bcedth " (Nco 9DB9) 

In will of SAM^: BOUSH wd IB Oct 1733 wp 17 Dec 1736 "to my son SAM^: 
BOUSH my land at head of the Western Branch that I bought of WILLIAM 
WILLOUGHBY" 



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Willoughby - Herbert Lines of the Southern Branch 

IVIISCELLANEOUS BENNETT RECORDS 

ANNE BENNETT kinsu/omanof WILLIAM WIDDLETON in his uiill Jul 1620 proved 
Nov 1620: He also named: RICHARD WATKYN, sister in law ALICE MIDDLE- 
TON, my nearest kinsman TWOS: MIDLETQN. His overseers uiere friends 
and neighbors THOS: ARMESTON AND JOHN WATKYN. (PCC-Soame 459) 

PHILLIPP BENNETT i EDWARD LOYD named as friends to be overseers of 
1648 will of JOHN WATKINS (Nco b 127a ) 

1654 - MARY BENNETT transported to Lower Norfolk County by CAPT: 
THOMAS WILLOUGHBY. (Nu 302 ) 

THOmS BENNETT = bef Dec 1655 = ANN SNAYLE (Nco C 203) 

dau of HENRY SNAYLE of Little Creeke 
His will Dec 1655 p Feb 1655/6 
Issue; (Nco E 51 ) 

GEORGE BENNETT, EDWARD BENNETT, ELIZABETH BENNETT 4 MARY BENNETT 
This issue in will of CHARLES EDGERTON Apr 1669 p Jun 1669 (Nco E 51 ) 



ANNE BENNEH (X) witnessed 1685 will of NATHANIEL BRANKER (Nco 4p2ia) 



WILLIAM BENNETT - witnessed will of THOS: MOSIER, Carpenter May 1679 

(Nco 4p56 ) 



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UJILL0UGH8Y in NORTH CAROLINA RECORDS: 

1679 - JOHN lAlILLOUGHBY was a witness to the earliest North Carolina 
grant of 250 acres on Albemarle River to JOHN UARNHAM ESQR 
Precinct of Shaftsbury. (NC-J 1p47) 

18 Nov 1681 - JOHN WILLOUGHBY wit. deed (grant) to STEPHEN SCOTT 

IN Precinct of Carteret^ North Carolina (NC-J 1p4a) 

25 Feb 1696/7 - JNO: WILLOUGHBY Grant of 192 acres on Perquimans River 
in North Carolina 

24 Jun 1704 - JOHN UJILLOUGHBIE living in Perquimans Precinct, North 

Carolina on NE side of Perquimans River (NC-J 9p1140) 



12 Nov 1734 - JOHN WILLOUGHBY bought 100 acres on SS Horse Swamp from 

WILLIAM EVANS for 37 pounds. (NC-Ber 3p14g) 

13 May 1735 - JOHN WILLOUGHBY 's land in Horse Swamp mentioned (ibiblSI) 

1740 - JOHN WILLOUGHBYS land in Horse Swamp, Bertie Co., N. C.(ibib238) 
1743 " ". " (ibib267) 

i2i2x2B Feb 1752 - Deed - PAUL PENDER 75 acres for b 50 money paid by 

JOHN WILLOBY deceased & land transferred to his son JOHN WILLOBY 

Land on SS Horse Swamp adjacent JOHN WILLOUGHBY SENR. 

Rec. May Court 1753 (NC-Ber 5p ) 

1735 - THQS: WILLOBY witnessed a deed in Bertie County, N. C. 

(NC-Bar 3p155) 

will 1753 - 1758 - THOMAS WILLOUGHBY of Pasquotank Co., North Carolina 
He had wife NANCY, half-brother THOMAS EVINS No issue named. (Grimes 9) 



1738 - MARY WILLOBY witnessed a deed in Bertie County, N. C. 

(NC Ber 3p190) 

1825 - NANCY WILLOUGHBY left an estate in Currituck Co., N. C. to one 
THOMAS LEE. (jones-NC wills) 



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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY '-UILLOUGHBYS 



MAJOR THOS: WALKE 
deed 1773 will 1760 
= (1) 

rnARGARET THOROWGOOD 
deed 1773 

sister of 

CAPT: JOHN THGROWGOOD 
will 1766 
= MARY ANNE 
she = bef 1773 

- PHRIPP 



(1 Ua 74,75,76) 



— COLL THOS: '^ALKE (1 Va74, 75, 76) 
will 1796 (und.21 in 1757) 

= 23 may 1788 UJin^ 
ELIZABETH NEWTON 
sur m-. WHITE 

— ELIZABETH WALKE 
CHARLES WILLIAMSON 

— MOLLY WALKE 

= 28 Feb 1765 Win^ JAMES MURDAUGH 

JAMES MURDAUGH b bef 1796 

~ FANNY WALKE ■■- - 

= 5 Mar 1767 Win^ WRIGHT WESTCOT 

WRIGHT WESTCOT b bef 1796 

— PEGGIE WALKE ' 

= 1 Apr 1767 Win3 
JOHN CALVERT 

— NANCY WALKE 

b infant in 1773 

= bet'ju 1766-1772 THOS: WILLOUGHBY 

CAPT. JOHN WILLOUGHBY JR. b bef 1796 
(Wingo says he = (1) 

Mary Walks dau of Maj. Thos. 

= (2) Lucy Leigh 

dau of Frances & Lucy leigh) 



THOMAS THOROWGOOD 
d underage 
JOHN THOROWGOOD 
infant 1786 will 



1786 of age 1773 



MARY SANFORD THOROWGOOD 

lived to be 21 never mar d bef 1773 
PEMMY THOROWGOOD 

died underage 
L MARGARET THOROWGOOD 

of age in 1773 

= 13 Jan 1776 

CAPT: GAVIN HAMILTON Win"^ 

1777 - WM: AITCHISON m^de his will in which he devised to his son WALTER 
and in the event of son Walter's death, without issue, to son WILLIAM, 
the Plantation in PAco called Eastwood purchased from Capt. JOHN WILLOUGHBY 
(Eastwood is on the same side of the Great Neck Rd as Dudlies, Keeling House) 



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Wa. Antiquary p 74,75 WILLQUGHSY - WALKE -. WESTCOT etc 

Summons 8 Dec 1756 decree Sep 1773 

Orators 4 Oratrix: CHARLES WILLIAWSON & ELIZABETH HIS WIFE 

JAMES mURDAUGH & MOLLY his wife 
WRIGHT WESTCOT & FANNY his uiife 
- JOHN CALVERT 4 PEGGIE his udfe 

NANCY lAlALKE an infant by James Murdaugh her guardian 

which said ELIZABETH UIILLIAMSON, MOLLY MUDAUGH , FANNY WESTCOT, PEGGIE CALUERT, 
and NANCY WALKE were daughters of MAJOR THOMAS WALKE & MARGARET his first wife, 
both late of this county deceased, which said MARGARET was a sister of CAPT 
JOHN THOROWGOOD deed, shew that the said JOHN THOROWGOQD died seised of these 
slaves, to wit, Dick, Ned, Old Ned, George, Jamas, Toney, Jack, Vinah, Tom, 
Nancy, Amey, Daniel, Ned, Argiel, Isbel, Brister, Frank, Siller & China, and 
that the said JOHN THOROWGOOD in his last will did devise as follows, to wit: 

...to my five childrea: THOMAS, JOHN, MARY SANFORD, MARGARET i PEMMY THOROWGCOD 
all my negroes together with those fiven the use of to my loving wife after 
her decease and all my other estate of what nature or kind soeverbefore given 
away to be equally divided amongst them as they respectively come of age or 
day of marriage, each of them paying a proportionable part of my debts with 
my loving wife to them and their heirs forever, and appointed his wife 
MARY ANN THOROWGOOD, NOW MARY ANN PHRIPP and MAJOR THOMAS WALKE deceased 
executors of the same. 

Your orators shew that THOMAS one of the devisees in the will died under age 
in the lifetime of his father JOHN THOROWGOOD, and that PEMMY, another devisee, 
diad under age sometime since the decease of her said father, and that MARY 
SANFORD THOROWGOOD another devisee, lately departed this life, sinca the 
decease of her said father, after she had attained the age of 21 years, and 
consequently was entitled to one fifth share of distributive part of the 
aforesaid slaves. The said MARY died intestate and was never marriad. 

Your orators state that they, in right of their wives, and tha aforesaid 
NANCY WALKE an infant in her own right are entitled to that part of distributive 
shara of tha slaves that tha said MARY SANFORD THOROWGOOD deceased was entitled 
to, as your orators' said wives and the said NANCY WALKE are heirs and next 
of kin of the whole blood to the said MARY SANFORD THOROWGOOD deceased. 

Your orators further shew that they have applied in a friendly manner to 
tha said MARY ANNE PHRIPP, ex's as aforesaid, and to tha said MARGARET 
THOROWGOOD now of age and JOHN THOROWGOOD, infant under age, whom your 

orators pray may be made defendants to this bill of complaint, ate 

Three separate bills in Chancery ware introduced, the defendants having 
asked for abatements because of the marriage of one or more of tha plaintiffs 
FANNY, PEGGIE, & NANCY WALKE are infants. The final summons 14 Jul 1772 shows 
that FANNY = WRIGHT WESTCOTT, PEGGY is + JOHN CALVERT & NANCY is = to JOHN 
WILLOUGHBY JUNR 

13 Aug 1773 tha deft. Mary Anna Phripp ex'x of the last will of Capt. John 
Thorowgood deed and Margaret 4 John Thorowgood his children made a sworn 
answer, raising no objection to the partition. This answer refers to riAi'iCY 
the wife of John Willoughby as "an infant by the said John her next friend" 
The last of the 3 bills refers to defendant JOHN THOROWGOOD as "than an 
infant but now of full age" f o (a 



Willoughby - Herbert Lines of the Southern Branch 

PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY UilLLOUGHBYS 

Where do these Uiilloughbys belong, with the Southern Branch Line? 

THOMAS UIILLQUGHBY father of THOMAS ■oJILLDUGHBY 

b 
d 

1775 - 50 acs of Land PAco (3N4) 

1777 - to be paid 330 1 tob by 

acct by Vestry of Lynnhaven Parish (LyVB 106) 

1782 - 50 acres of land PAco 

1 horse 2 cattle (4N137) 



THOMAS WILLOUGHBY father of JOHN WILLOUGHBY 

1732 - 50 acres of land 

no slaves, 1 horse, 3 cattle in PAco (4N137) 

PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY MARRIAGES; 

JOHN WILLOUGHBY = B Aug 1787 = UNISS BERRY sur: WM: MORRISS (Win3pl16) 

Mar. by Rev. Joshua Lau/rencs u/ho records Unice 4 year only. 
JOHN WILLOUGHBY = 1787 = SARAH MANSFIELD mar. by Rev. Joshua Lawrence, 

Baptist Minister, PAco, ^C«M(2N72) 

THOS: WILLOUGHBY JR. = 1788 = ANNE SILLIVANT mar by Rev. Joshua Law- 
rence, Baptist Minister, PAco. (2N72) 
THOS: WILLOUGHBY = 22 Dec 1790 = FANNY WRIGHT Wm. Wright makes oath 
Fanny is of lawful age, no relationship stated. Sur: John Salusbury 
Mar: by Rev. Joshua Lawrence who gives year only, PAco. (Win3 p 177) 

HANSON WILLOUGHBY = 24 Jun 1794 = JULIA KINSEY dau of Henry Kinsey 

sur; Solomon Willoughby PAco -mar by JAMES DAWLEY (Win3 116) 

SOLOMON WILLOUGHBY = 24 Jun 1794 = REBECCA MANSFIELD 

sur: Hanson Willoughby (Win3 115) 



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JOHN lAilLLOUGHBY of Annarundle County, Maryland, Yeoman 
uud 2 Jan 1702/3 wp 11 War 1702/3 by ail the witnesses 
Wit:JOHN WATERS, PETER HYETT, CORNELIUS WHITE (Hall or Records 
Exor: wife SARAH i son in law ROBERT f f ranklyne/Annapolis, Maryland 

Wills I ff 224-226) 
Saing in sound mind and perfect health ('. 



As for my body I comitt to the Earth to be decently buried as near as 
maybe to my old Master ROBERT ffRANKLYNE and to be Honourably Interred 
in the best manner this Country useth my Corps to be attended att the 
funerall with all my fellow Officers and Soldiers belonging to HERRING 
CREEK HUNDRED and others my neighbors and acquaintance att discretion 
of my Executors 

unto SARAH my dear and loving wife all my estate both reall and per- 
sonall and to her assignes for and during the terms of her naturall 
life without impeachment of any manner of (ways or wast?) with power 
to dispose of such part thereof together with my son in law ROBERT 
ffRANKLYN as is hereafter expressed if they two shall soe think fitt. 

unto my sister and brothers in England and their representatives 
bSO Sterling to be equally divided amongst them 

unto my dau-in-law SARAH PARISH 3 negroes named Tony, Leanah and Kate 
and the issue of her body to be lent or given to her or her issue by 
my Executor from time to time and always 

unto my brother in law RICHARD GQTT 2 negroes Moll and James 

and also one suite of my apparell to be chosen by the said RICHARD GOTT 
within one month after my decease 

unto my son in law ROBERT ffranklyn ...after decease of my wife.. all 
my estate both reall and personall provided of the said ROBERT ffrank- 
lin shall hereafter att any time or times happen to have one or more 
son or sons lawfully begotten or to be begotten shall name one of them 
WILLOUGHBY and use utmost endeavour allways to continue of that name 
soe long as he and his heirs shall enjoy any part of my Estate as a- 

foresaid and never suffering my said daughter in law SARAH 

PARISH and his own sister to want for good and sufficient maintenance 
with meat drink washing and lodging and appar^fell and also useing his 
utmost endeavours to give notice and pay the said bSO to my said sisters 
and brothers in England with all convenient speed 

JOHN (9) WILLOUGHBY 



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WILLIAW WILLOBY of Dorchester Co., Maryland, Plaisterer 

wd 13 Sep 1712 uip (not dated except 1713) date treiow is 28 Apr 1713 

'^it: 'JJILLIAM COVIE & MARY COVIE: who proved the will 

Exor: son ANDREW -WILLOBYE "onsly wholely exor" Hall of Records 

Annapolis, Wd. 
finding my 'self e att present indisposed in Body Wills 13ff 538-9 
and being sensible that death is a debt due to nature by all men, but 
not knowing when it shall please Allmighty God to require this debt 
from me, being willing to settle and order this small estate, while I 
have sound understanding doe make this my Last Will and Testament in 
manner and forme &c 

unto my dear and loving wife ANNE WILL03Y one feather bed and furni- 
ture and half of the moveable and half my cattle 

unto my youngest daughter SARAH WILLOBY my own bed and all belongeth 
to itt and the other half of my moveables and half my cattle 



unto my son ANDREW WILLOBYE one feather bed and all belonging to itt 
and all my best Cloaths, one Cow and Calfe called White Lock 



to my son SAMUELL WILLOBYE b3/5 my gun, plow, and harnes 

WILLIAM (W) WILLOBYE Seale 

I give unto my son EDWARD WILLOBYE one shilling; my mony to be Equal- 
ly divided to wife and daughter 

Proved ye same day ye bond was taken 1713 



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-ISSUE OF CHARLES WILLOUGHBY and MARGARET CLINTON 



WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY IsC son 



ob vita patris 



WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY 1st son 



ELIZABETH dan of SIR CHRISTOPHER 
MILLIARD, Kt. 



CHARLES WILLOUGHBY 4ch son 
ob s. p. 



ANN WILLOUGHBY 



Sir WILLIAM PELHAM of Brocklesby 
Co. Line. , Kt. 



KATHERINE WILLOUGHBY 



SIR JOHN SAVILE of Houly, 
CO. Eber. , Kt. 

EDWARD WILLOUGHBY 3rd son 



ELIZABETH dau of FRANCIS MANBY 
of Elsham co. Line, i widow 
of John Prefect of Derby 



SIR THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 5th son 



MARY dau of JOHN THORNEY of 
Fenton Com. Nott., Esq. 
b d 

SIR AMBROSE WILLOUGHBY 2nd so n 
b d 

Knighted 1603 Seated at Malton, 
Com. Glouscester 



4th Baron of Parhara 
Succeeded in 1603 
b d 



KIlANCi'.S d.Tu c>f .lolin Manners, 

Earl of Rutland 
b d 



KATHERINE WILLOUGHBY 
b d 



JOSEPH GODFREY 
MARY WILLOUGHBY 



b d 

WILLI.y< BOOTH 
ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY 
SIR WILLIAM HICKMAN 

ROBERT WILLOUGHBY 



Only son died young 



THOMAS WILLOUGHBY 1st son 



On death of CHARLES, Baron 
Willoughby 1673 he obtained 
the Barony of Willoughby of 
Parham and sat as a Peer 1680. 
b d 

ELEANOR dau of HUGH WHITTLE 
b d 

THIS FAMILY TOO LATE FOR 
CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGHBY OF 
VIRGINIA. 

EDWARD WILLOUGHBY (4 ED 37l) 
only son and heir called George 
b d by others 



SUSAN dau of BROOKE by a 

dau of ROBERT PATES of 
Com. Glouc, Esq. 

= (2) SIR ROBERT LOVETT of Sulbury 
of Com. Bucks, Kt. 



REBECCA dau of a Draper of 
Southwark 



MRS AIJCK UKANBKRV WALTER 
I AtlaniK Avenue, Suite SOfi, ViiRcnin BiMc-h. Virginia 23451 



EDWARD WILLOUGHBY 



b d an infant 
HENRY WILLOUGHBY 



b 1626 in Atewkly 
He went to Virginia 
Rappahannock Co. 
d 26 Nov 1685 in Hulls Cr.Va. 
In 1767 his descendant 
HENRY W. of Va. became 17th 
Lord Parham (Stewart 657) 
= MARY 



FRANCIS WILLOUGHBY 1st son 



5th Baron of Parham 
b 1613 d 1666 
He drowned in Barbadoes 



Will 



1668 in Barbadoes 



16 36 - He complained of Partiality 
in the levying of ship money in 
Lincolnshire. 

26 Jan 1647 - H e had made with the 
Earl of Carlisle the Proprietor of 
Barbadoes. Was commissioned Gorrem- 
or of Barbadoes 

25 Dec 1649 - His estates were Seq- 
uestered by Parliament "Since all 
is gone at Home, "said he "it is 
time to provide elsewhere for a 
Being" and turned to the colonies. 
29 Apr 1650 - He arrived at Barba- 
does and was received as Governoe 
7 May. 

11 Jan 1652 - He was promised the 
restoration of his estates in Eng- 
land and free enjoyment of his 
property in Barbados, Antiqua, and 
Surinam, Guiana, but an Act of 
Assembly passed on 4 Mar 1652 re- 
quired him to leave Barbados in 8 
days and not to return. 
Aug 1652 - He arrived in England. 

At the restoration he was restored 

to the Governor of Barbados & also 

made Gov. of St. Kitts, Nevis, Mont- 

serrat & Antiqua. 

10 Aug 1663 - He arrived in Barbados. 

There are 1668 Deeds in the Barbados 

Records. 

= ca 1628 

ELIZABETH CECIL 3rd dau i co-heir of 

b Edward Cecil, Viscount 

d 1661 Wimbledon 

Bur. at Knaith, Lincolnshire 

WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY 6th Baron in 1666 



b wd Mar 1673 wp 16 Apr 1673 
He was in Barbados 10 Apr 1673 

ANNE HUflPLET daU of Philip of Yorks. 
On 3 Jan 1667 he suceeded as Gov. 
of Barbados & the Caribbee Islands 

He left a numerous family but spoke 
of only one son in his will. 

To his brother Charles all of his 
estate in America after my sons death 
death. To his wife All estate in 
Barbados, Antiqua & any part of 
America during her life. 

ELIZ/\BETH WILLOUGHBY died unmarried 



CHAFXES WILLOUGHBY 8th Lord Parham 



Lord Charles in Deed in Barbados 1679 
FRANCES WILLOUGHBY = Sir Bulstroe 



Whitlock of Wilts, Kt. 
CATHERINE WILLOUGHBY 



in her brother's will. 



RICHARD WILLOUGHBY - dau of WALDRON 



REBECCA WILLOUGHBY = RICHARD HULL (was he of Hulls Creek, Va.?) 








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