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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John M. R. SPRINKLE Self M Male W 68 VA Farmer PA PA
Mary J. SPRINKLE Wife M Female W 58 VA Keeping House VA VA
Samuel E. SPRINKLE Son S Male W 24 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Walter R. SPRINKLE Son S Male W 14 VA At Home VA VA


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Source Information:
Census Place Amsterdam, Botetourt, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255356
NA Film Number T9-1356
Page Number 9A 
Col. SPRINKLE John Morgan Redfern (I10489)
 
2
1850 United States Federal Census about Adolphus Stainback
Name:      Adolphus Stainback
Age:      17
Birth Year:      abt 1833
Birthplace:      Virginia
Home in 1850:      Prince George, Virginia
Gender:      Male
Family Number:      336
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Peter Stainback      59
Martha Stainback      58
Martha Stainback      23
Adolphus Stainback      17 
STAINBACK Peter W. (I11830)
 
3
1860 United States Federal Census about William M Fox
Name:      William M Fox
Age in 1860:      59
Birth Year:      abt 1801
Birthplace:      Virginia
Home in 1860:      District 2, Fayette, Virginia
Gender:      Male
Post Office:      Fayetteville
Value of real estate:      View image
Household Members:     
Name      Age
William M Fox      59
Sally Fox      60
Joseph W Fox      25
Sarah Fox      23
Miles M Fox      21
Polly Fox      12
Anderson Boles      15 
FOX William Mansour Miles (I11763)
 
4
1870 United States Federal Census about Alpha Sparrow
Name:      Alpha Sparrow
Age in 1870:      1
Birth Year:      abt 1869
Birthplace:      North Carolina
Home in 1870:      Pink Hill, Lenoir, North Carolina
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Post Office:      Kinston
Value of real estate:      View Image
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Isaac Sparrow      48
Jane Sparrow      42
Eloy Sparrow      21
Pinkney Sparrow      16
Charity Sparrow      15
Louisa Sparrow      12
Iva Sparrow      11
Anselma Sparrow      9
George J Sparrow      8
Baggel Sparrow      5
Amanda Sparrow      3
Alpha Sparrow      1 
SPARROW Alpha Omega (I9571)
 
5
1870 United States Federal Census about Alpha Sparrow
Name:      Alpha Sparrow
Age in 1870:      1
Birth Year:      abt 1869
Birthplace:      North Carolina
Home in 1870:      Pink Hill, Lenoir, North Carolina
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Post Office:      Kinston
Value of real estate:      View Image
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Isaac Sparrow      48
Jane Sparrow      42
Eloy Sparrow      21
Pinkney Sparrow      16
Charity Sparrow      15
Louisa Sparrow      12
Iva Sparrow      11
Anselma Sparrow      9
George J Sparrow      8
Baggel Sparrow      5
Amanda Sparrow      3
Alpha Sparrow      1 
SPARROW Isaac (I11825)
 
6
1870 United States Federal Census about William M Fox
Name:      William M Fox
Age in 1870:      64
Birth Year:      abt 1806
Birthplace:      Virginia
Home in 1870:      Mountain Cove, Fayette, West Virginia
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Post Office:      Fayetteville
Value of real estate:      View image
Household Members:     
Name      Age
William M Fox      64
Sarah Fox      74
M M Fox      32
Martha Fox      33
Wm Fox      10
Sarah R Fox      7
Joseph S Fox      5
Mary M Fox      1 
FOX William Mansour Miles (I11763)
 
7
1880 United States Federal Census
about George R. Horne

Name: George R. Horne
Home in 1880: Henry, Hanover, Virginia
Age: 12
Estimated Birth Year:
abt 1868
Birthplace: Virginia
Relation to Head of Household: Son
Father's Name: Ralph R. Horne
Father's birthplace: Virginia
Mother's Name: Mary Horne
Mother's birthplace: Virginia
Occupation: Laborer
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Male

Household Members:

Name Age
Ralph R. Horne 45
Mary Horne 45
Anna C. Horne 17
Hattie B. Horne 15
George R. Horne 12
William R. Horne 10
James E. Horne 8
Mary W. Horne 6
Julia Horne 5
Nellie M. Horne 3
Ann Wade 65 
HORNE Ralph R. (I11262)
 
8
1900 United States Federal Census about David Johnson
Name:      David Johnson
Age:      59
Birth Date:      Aug 1840
Birthplace:      Virginia
Home in 1900:      Guildford, Surry, Virginia
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Marital Status:      Married
Spouse's Name:      Mahala Johnson
Marriage Year:      1867
Years Married:      33
Father's Birthplace:      Virginia
Mother's Birthplace:      Virginia
Occupation: Farmer 
JOHNSON David Peyton (I349)
 
9
1900 United States Federal Census about Luster H Fox
Name:      Luster H Fox
[Lester H Fox]
Age:      9
Birth Date:      Apr 1891
Birthplace:      West Virginia
Home in 1900:      Talcott, Summers, West Virginia
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Relation to Head of House:      Son
Marital Status:      Single
Father's Name:      M M Fox
Father's Birthplace:      Virginia
Mother's name:      Nancy E Fox
Mother's Birthplace:      West Virginia
Occupation:      View on Image
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
M M Fox      61
Nancy E Fox      43
Harrison Fox      18
Frank B Fox      16
Armidy Fox      12
Cloy M Fox      10
Luster H Fox      9
Rody H Fox      5
    
View
Original
Record

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FOX Luster H. (I11756)
 
10
1910 United States Federal Census
about Christopher F Eberwien
Name:Christopher F Eberwien          
Age in 1910:4          
Estimated Birth Year:1906          
Birthplace:Maryland          
Relation to Head of House:Son          
Father's Name:Jacob F Eberwien          
Father's Birth Place:Maryland          
Mother's Name:Katherine A Eberwien          
Mother's Birth Place:Austria          
Home in 1910:Baltimore Ward 7, Baltimore (Independent City), Maryland          
Marital Status:Single          
Race:White          
Gender:Male          
Neighbors:View others on page          
Household Members:NameAge               
Jacob F Eberwien 37               
Katherine A Eberwien 30               
Susan R Eberwien 7               
Catherine E Eberwien 5               
Christopher F Eberwien 4               
Roselli M Eberwien 6/12 [0]               
 
EBERWIEN Jacob Fred (I11208)
 
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1910 United States Federal Census about David D Johnson
Name:      David D Johnson
Age in 1910:      70
Birth Year:      abt 1840
Birthplace:      Virginia
Home in 1910:      Guilford, Surry, Virginia
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Marital Status:      Married
Spouse's Name:      Mahala E Johnson
Father's Birthplace:      Virginia
Mother's Birthplace:      Virginia
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
David D Johnson      70
Mahala E Johnson      65
Jack R Johnson      25 (listed as Son) 
JOHNSON David Peyton (I349)
 
12
1910 United States Federal Census about Luster H Fox
Name:      Luster H Fox
Age in 1910:      18
Birth Year:      abt 1892
Birthplace:      West Virginia
Home in 1910:      Talcott, Summers, West Virginia
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Relation to Head of House:      Son
Marital Status:      Single
Father's Name:      Miles M Fox
Father's Birthplace:      West Virginia
Mother's name:      Nancy E Fox
Mother's Birthplace:      West Virginia
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Miles M Fox      71
Nancy E Fox      53
Clara M Fox      20
Luster H Fox      18
Rhoda H Fox      15
Lena H Grummert      5 
FOX Luster H. (I11756)
 
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1910 United States Federal Census about T Best
Name:      T Best
[Ty Best]
Age in 1910:      45
Birth Year:      abt 1865
Birthplace:      North Carolina
Home in 1910:      Kinston, Lenoir, North Carolina
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Marital Status:      Married
Spouse's Name:      Alpha Best
Father's Birthplace:      North Carolina
Mother's Birthplace:      North Carolina
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
T Best      45
Alpha Best      45
Mary Best      17
Etta Best      16
Nancy M Best      6
Bertha Best      4
Lela G Best      0
[8/12] 
BEST Tiberious Alanson (I9568)
 
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1920 United States Federal Census about Tai Best
Name:      T A Best
Age:      62
Birth Year:      abt 1858
Birthplace:      North Carolina
Home in 1920:      Kinston Ward 1, Lenoir, North Carolina
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Marital Status:      Married
Spouse's Name:      Alphia Best
Father's Birthplace:      North Carolina
Mother's Birthplace:      North Carolina
Home Owned:      Rent
Able to Read:      Yes
Able to Write:      Yes
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Tai Best      62
Alphia Best      50
Nannie Best      16
Bertha Best      12
Lelia Best      10 
BEST Tiberious Alanson (I9568)
 
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1940 United States Federal Census about T A Best
Name:      T A Best
Age:      81
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1859
Gender:      Male
Race:      White
Birthplace:      North Carolina
Marital Status:      Married
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Home in 1940:      Kinston, Lenoir, North Carolina
View Map
Street:      E Desmond Street
House Number:      1100
Farm:      No
Inferred Residence in 1935:      Kinston, Lenoir, North Carolina
Residence in 1935:      Same Place
Resident on farm in 1935:      No
Sheet Number:      2A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:      20
House Owned or Rented:      Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:      6
Attended School or College:      No
Highest Grade Completed:      Elementary school, 4th grade
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
T A Best      81
Alpha Best      70 
BEST Tiberious Alanson (I9568)
 
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1860 Census

Ann Harrison (62 years old)
birth about 1798
Home in 1860: Brandon, Prince George, Virginia
Members of the Household:
Ann Harrison (62)
JWT Harrison (James William Thomas Harrison) (33 years old)

James William Thomas Harrison is Joshua Simmons Harrison's brother.

I believe this Ann Harrison is Joshua's mother and that her maiden name
is most likely Ann Simmons (born in Virginia in 1798).
Ann Simmons was married to William Thomas Harrison
who was born about 1798 in Brandon, Prince George, Virginia. 
SIMMONS Anne (I11526)
 
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1860 Census

Ann Harrison (62 years old)
birth about 1798
Home in 1860: Brandon, Prince George, Virginia
Members of the Household:
Ann Harrison (62)
JWT Harrison (James William Thomas Harrison) (33 years old)

James William Thomas Harrison is Joshua Simmons Harrison's brother.

I believe this Ann Harrison is Joshua's mother and that her maiden name
is most likely Ann Simmons (born in Virginia in 1798).
Ann Simmons was married to William Thomas Harrison
who was born about 1798 in Brandon, Prince George, Virginia. 
HARRISON James William Thomas (I11771)
 
18


Gene.....this is the sampler Ann Tottington Rudd (William's sister) made and is quite famous.....it was the key to my finding William and his family.....in books, magazines...and even on this site from the library....it has always said Ann "Torrington" Rudd......

George Washington was born
february 22 A.D. 1732. appointed General of
the American Armies A.D. 1775. Resigned A.D.
1783. Elected President of the United States
A.D. 1789. Resigned A.D. 1796. appointed
General of the American Armies
A.D. 1798 and died universally
lamented december 14th A.D. 1799
Ann Tottington Rudd in the 13th year of her age
Alexandria A.D. 1817 May I govern my passions with
absolute sway and grow wiser and better as life wears away


You can plainly see that she stitched Tottington......

I noticed your ancestry profile said you live in virginia.....is there any chance you could get them to make this correction...??

Like maybe take your shoe off and pound it on the table......didn't anybody ever notice it said Tottington...!!!

I'm going to try and put this on "Crane - Grady" genealogy.....I'll let you know when I get it finished....

Sue
Sue G [sdgyl@comcast.net]

The following story is about William Tottington Rudd's sister:

13 year old, Ann Tottington Rudd, daughter of an Alexandria, DC, shopkeeper, recalled George Washington's career on her 1817 sampler. Her sampler is noted in several books and magazines regarding early needlework, however, her name was listed as Ann "Torrington" Rudd even though you can clearly see that she had stitched "Tottington". Her sampler is shown at The Lyceum - Alexandria's History Museum with the following wording:

George Washington was born

february 22 A.D. 1732. appointed General of

the American Armies A.D. 1775. Resigned A.D.

1783. Elected President of the United States

A.D. 1789. Resigned A.D. 1796. appointed

General of the American Armies

A.D. 1798 and died universally

lamented december 14th A.D. 1799

Ann Tottington Rudd in the 13th year of her age

Alexandria A.D. 1817 May I govern my passions with

absolute sway and grow wiser and better as life wears away

The sampler is shown on: http://alexandria.lib.va.us/lhsc_online_exhibits/doc/archived/May2008/html/AnnRudd.html 
RUDD Ann Tottington (I8727)
 
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Father's Will: Item. I give to my daughter Mary Dardin my negro man Jo - during her life.
Will of James Jones 6 April 1719 In the name of God. Amen. I James Jones being weake and sick but of sound and perfect mind and memory, praise be therefor given to Almighty God, doe make and ordain this my present Last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say.  
JONES Mary Dardin (I7507)
 
20
Funeral services were conducted on Sunday afternoon for Samuel Crockett Shrader, aged 81, a life long resident of Crockett's Cove, who died at his home Saturday. 
SCHRADER Samuel Crockett (I9426)
 
21
Jas. Bolling Ellis in the Virginia, Select Marriages, 1785-1940
Name:Jas. Bolling Ellis nbsp;   
Gender:Male nbsp;   
Marital Status:Single nbsp;   
Age:47 nbsp;   
Birth Date:1834 nbsp;   
Birth Place:Surry nbsp;   
Marriage Date:1 Dec 1881 nbsp;   
Marriage Place:Surry, Virginia nbsp;   
Father:Bolling Ellis nbsp;   
Mother:Elizabeth Ellis nbsp;   
Spouse:Jennie Wyche Briggs nbsp;   
FHL Film Number:34153 nbsp;   
Reference ID:P. 25 #39 nbsp;   
Source Information
Ancestry.com . Virginia, Select Marriages, 1785-1940
[database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2014.
Original data: Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013.
Description
This collection includes marriage records from Virginia. Learn more... 
Family F4169
 
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My son-in-law's parents are Attorney and Politician Robert Calhoun of Washington D.C. / Alexandria, VA (b. July 22, 1937)
Vice President John Caldwell Calhoun is the 4th great grand uncle of my son-in-law, Gordon Calhoun.
Robert Calhoun's grandmother was Lorena "Margaret" Adams whose mother was Louise Medora Boone (a decendant of Daniel Boone).
Robert is also a decendent of Catherine Jenner de Graffenreid and has been invited to the de Graffenreid reunions in New Bern with the
Baron de Graffenreid from Switzerland.
Robert Calhoun is married to Sandra Bensen Calhoun (b. Sept. 2, 1940 in Warwick, New York). Sandra lived in Warwick, New York and was
a graduate of Yale University where she meet her husband.

Thanks for all you do!

Brenda 
CALHOUN Robert (I9813)
 
23
Reference No I20
[Use this number, on the Name Search page, to view this individual again]
Surname Tallakarne
Given Name John
AKA Unknown : Tell Us
Gender Male
Birth Date Abt 1495 : Cambrose, Cornwall, England
Baptism Date Unknown : Tell Us
Last Marriage Date Unknown : Tell Us
Death Date 1558 : London, Middlesex, England
Burial Date Unknown : Tell Us
Notes OCCUPATION: Proctor of the Court of Arches.

WILLS: Will dated 3 July 1558; proved in 17 March 1559. PCC Will. TALKERNE, John, one of the Proctors of the PCC: Camborne, 1558 (53 Welles).
In the name of God Amen. day of July Anno One Thousand Five Hundred and Fyffty ....... I, John Tallakarne in Lane of London Land..................... of mynd and of parfect remembrance..............last Will... in form following. ffirstI bequeatgh my soul to almightly God and to see... holy company of heaven, and my body to be buryed...... and I bequeath to the parson of Saint........ Item. I give and bequeath.......................................to the Church of Camborne (or Cambrose) in Cornwall where I was born and christened to pray for my soul and my wife's soul. Item. I give....................................................to be distributed by the ...... of my two daughters. Item. I give and bequest.....


GENERAL NOTES: Name alternatively spelled TOLCARNE. Born at Camborne (Cambrose) in Cornwall but worked mainly in London. In the reign of Henry VIII, the manor of Treheire, in Lanreath parish in Cornwall, was the joint property of Sir Peter Edgcumbe and John Tolcarne. He was a proctor of the Archbishop's Court of the Arches. Ancestry and marriages given in THE VISITATIONS OF CORNWALL 1530, 1578 and 1618, published by the Harlean Society in 1887. 
TALLAKARNE John (I10368)
 
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Reference No I2728
[Use this number, on the Name Search page, to view this individual again]
Surname Unknown
Given Name Ermine
AKA Unknown : Tell Us
Gender Female
Birth Date Abt 1462
Baptism Date Unknown : Tell Us
Last Marriage Date Abt 1498 : Lambeth, Surrey, England
Death Date Jan 1522 : Lambeth, Surrey, England
Burial Date Jan 1522 : Lambeth, Surrey, England
Notes WILLS: Will of Ermine Argall , Widow of Lambeth, Surrey
Date: 1521. Will dated 11 Jan 1521 (i.e. 1522) held in PRO. (20 Maynwaryng) (Quire 22).


GENERAL NOTES: Ermine, known as 'Emme'. She married John Argall as Emme Botcher (Butcher), a widow.
There were no other children of this marriage; almost certainly John ARGALL had been married previously which may relate to the other Argall families in London at that time. 
ARGALL ERMINE --LNU-- (I10366)
 
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Register of St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 4.
(Apr., 1907), pp. 249-255.

Page 249.

REGISTER OF ST. JAMES NORTHAM PARISH,
GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA.

Extracts.


(Continued from page 123).



FUNERAL SERMONS.

June 12, 1759, Capt. Holman; April 23, 1770, Booth Napier;
May 29, 1755, Tho: Massie; July 18, 1760, Mr. Goodwin; May
5, 1763, Mrs. Tilman in Albemarle; May 31, 1769, Noel Burton;
July 23, 1773, Rev. Mr. McLaurin's in Cumberland, once my
scholar for many years. Nov. 4, 1774, Mrs. Massie's; Dec. 12,
1775, Mrs. Woodson's; June 9, 1777, Col. Pryor's; Booth Napier,
Jr., April 23, 1770; Dec 12, 1775, Mrs. Tucker Woodson; Nov.
4, 1774, Nat Massie; Sept. 19, 1782, Col. Anderson's wife
(Louisa county); March 13, 1772, Mrs. Cobbs; July 18, 1760,
Mrs. Goodwin's, in Albemarle; May 29, 1755, Tho: Massie's
wife; May 5, 1763, Tho. Tilman's wife in Amherst; July 5, 1773,
died Rev. Mr. McLaurin of Cumberland; Dec. 21, 1761, Rev.
Mr. Will Proctor of Amelia, my most serious companion. Col.
Jo: Smith, in goochland, died 1775; Capt. Jo: Watts in West-
moreland died May 19, 1753; Mrs. Grayson, Col. Monroe's sister
died Nov., 1752.
Jan. 20, 1758, Col. Turner and Harry Ashton died last fall.
Feb. 5, 1767, Jo: Monroe ye Colonel's son died, a pious young man.
Dec. 2, 1789, Col. Jo: Woodson in Goochland died.
Jan, 2, 1790, Col. Jo: Wilson died aged 47 in Louisa.
Dec. 2, 1791, Mr. Joseph Pollard died.
Dec. 19, 1790, Mr. Robt. Armistead died aged 60; July 27,
1790, Rev. Jo: Todd died; July 12, 1793, Col. Beverly Winslow
died aged 60; Nov. 20, 1793, Mr. Tho: Randolph of Tuckahoe 
NAPIER Booth, Sr. (I1752)
 
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Social Security Death Index
about Erwin A. Fox
Name:Erwin A. Fox          
SSN:227-16-6140          
Last Residence:23696 Seaford, York, Virginia, United States of America          
Born:16 Feb 1920          
Died:14 Jul 2000          
State (Year) SSN issued:Virginia (Before 1951)          
 
FOX Erwin Adler, Jr. (I11472)
 
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U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about A. J. Chappell
Name:      A. J. Chappell
Side:      Confederate
Regiment State/Origin:      Virginia
Regiment Name:      13 Virginia Cavalry
Regiment Name Expanded:      13th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry (12th Months, 1861-62)
Company:      H
Rank In:      Private
Rank In Expanded:      Private
Rank Out:      Private
Rank Out Expanded:      Private
Alternate Name:      Joseph H./Chappell
Film Number:      M382 roll 10 
CHAPPELL Albert J. (I9009)
 
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U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Albert D. Goodrich
Name:      Albert D. Goodrich
Side:      Confederate
Regiment State/Origin:      Virginia
Regiment Name:      13 Virginia Cavalry
Regiment Name Expanded:      13th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry (12th Months, 1861-62)
Company:      G
Rank In:      Private
Rank In Expanded:      Private
Rank Out:      Private
Rank Out Expanded:      Private
Film Number:      M382 roll 22 
GOODRICH Albert D. (I460)
 
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U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Albert D. Goodrich
Name:      Albert D. Goodrich
Side:      Confederate
Regiment State/Origin:      Virginia
Regiment Name:      5 Virginia Cavalry (12 Mos. 1861-2)
Regiment Name Expanded:      5th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry (12 months, 1861-62) (Mullins')
Company:      E
Rank In:      Private
Rank In Expanded:      Private
Rank Out:      Private
Rank Out Expanded:      Private
Film Number:      M382 roll 22 
GOODRICH Albert D. (I460)
 
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U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Albert J. Chappell
Name:      Albert J. Chappell
Side:      Confederate
Regiment State/Origin:      Virginia
Regiment Name:      41 Virginia Infantry.
Regiment Name Expanded:      41st Regiment, Virginia Infantry
Company:      K
Rank In:      Private
Rank In Expanded:      Private
Rank Out:      Corporal
Rank Out Expanded:      Corporal
Alternate Name:      A. Junius/Chappell
Film Number:      M382 roll 10 
CHAPPELL Albert J. (I9009)
 
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U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Benjamin B. Goodrich
Name:      Benjamin B. Goodrich
Side:      Confederate
Regiment State/Origin:      Virginia
Regiment Name:      5 Virginia Cavalry (12 Mos. 1861-2)
Regiment Name Expanded:      5th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry (12 months, 1861-62) (Mullins')
Company:      E
Rank In:      Private
Rank In Expanded:      Private
Rank Out:      Private
Rank Out Expanded:      Private
Film Number:      M382 roll 22 
GOODRICH Benjamin B.(Briggs ?) (I482)
 
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U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about James E. Goodrich
Name:      James E. Goodrich
Side:      Confederate
Regiment State/Origin:      Virginia
Regiment Name:      12 Virginia Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded:      12th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
Company:      F
Rank In:      Sergeant
Rank In Expanded:      Sergeant
Rank Out:      Private
Rank Out Expanded:      Private
Film Number:      M382 roll 22 
GOODRICH James Elliott (I646)
 
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Virginia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1607-1890 about Richard Cotton
Name:      Richard Cotton
State:      VA
County:      Sussex County
Township:      06 06
Year:      1782
Record Type:      Continental Census
Page:      44
Database:      VA Early Census Index 
COTTON Richard (I3026)
 
34 EMMA JANE
WIFE OF
T.L. CLEMENTS
DIED FEB 4 1902
AGE 58 YEARS
FOLD HER O FATHER IN THINE ARMS,
AND LET HER HENCE FORTH BE
A MESSENGER OF LOVE BETWEEN
OUR HUMAN HEARTS AND THEE 
ROGERS Emma Jane (I4264)
 
35 Deceased: HENRY SPAIN
Deceased InformationLast Name: SPAIN
First Name: HENRY
Middle Name: GIBSON

IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death:
Interment Date: 8/10/1978
Race:
Sex: MALE
Age:
Other InformationParentage:
Birthplace:
Place of Death:
Residence At Time of Grave PurchaseAddress:
Apartment:
City:
State:
Zip:
AttendingDoctor:
Funeral Home/Crematory
GraveId: 33387
Ward: NN
Section #: 6
Square: 1 (W 1/2)
Location: W 1/2 CENTER
LocationGrave #: 3
New/Old Grounds: NEW
Type of Vault: BOX 
SPAIN Henry Gibson (I2920)
 
36 Deceased: HENRY SPAIN
Deceased InformationLast Name: SPAIN
First Name: HENRY
Middle Name: GIBSON

IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death:
Interment Date: 8/10/1978
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Sex: MALE
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GraveId: 33387
Ward: NN
Section #: 6
Square: 1 (W 1/2)
Location: W 1/2 CENTER
LocationGrave #: 3
New/Old Grounds: NEW
Type of Vault: BOX 
SPAIN Henry Gibson (I2920)
 
37 Deceased: JAMES WATSON
Deceased InformationLast Name: WATSON
First Name: JAMES
Middle Name: BAIRD

IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death: 2/25/1846
Interment Date: 2/26/1846
Race: WHITE
Sex: MALE
Age:
Other InformationParentage: JAMES E. & MARY F. WATSON
Birthplace: PETERSBURG VIRGINIA
Place of Death:
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GraveId: 38018
Ward: B
Section #: 20
Square: 1
Location: E 1/2 N. E. CORNER
LocationGrave #: 3
New/Old Grounds: OLD
Type of Vault: BOX 
WATSON James Baird (I10284)
 
38 Deceased: NELLIE JOHNSON
Deceased InformationLast Name: JOHNSON
First Name: NELLIE
Middle Name: ADELEIDE

IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death: 7/19/1959
Interment Date: 7/21/1959
Race: WHITE
Sex: FEMALE
Age: 71
Other InformationParentage: W. T. HARRISON
Birthplace: PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA
Place of Death:
Residence At Time of Grave PurchaseAddress:
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Zip:
AttendingDoctor: D. D. MOORE
Funeral Home/Crematory J. T. MORRIS
GraveId: 18428
Ward: RR
Section #: 10
Square: 7 (W 1/2)
Location: W 1/2 CENTER
LocationGrave #: 2
New/Old Grounds: NEW
Type of Vault: BOX 
HARRISON "Nellie" Cornelia Adelaide (I2909)
 
39 Deceased: ROSA HATCH
Deceased InformationLast Name: HATCH
First Name: ROSA
Middle Name: CLAIRE

IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death: 8/17/1935
Interment Date: 8/19/1935
Race: WHITE
Sex: FEMALE
Age: 23
Other InformationParentage: NO RECORD
Birthplace:
Place of Death:
Residence At Time of Grave PurchaseAddress:
Apartment:
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Zip:
AttendingDoctor: W. G. WEBB
Funeral Home/Crematory T. L. WELLS
GraveId: 16558
Ward: DD
Section #: 12
Square: 4 (E 1/2)
Location: E 1/2 CENTER 
HATCH Rosa Clair (I8890)
 
40 Deceased: SUSANNAH WILLIAMS
Deceased InformationLast Name: WILLIAMS
First Name: SUSANNAH
Middle Name:

IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death: 4/23/1894
Interment Date: 4/25/1894
Race: WHITE
Sex: FEMALE
Age: 1
Other InformationParentage: J. J. & E. J. WILLIAMS
Birthplace: PETERSBURG VIRGINIA
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GraveId: 39433
Ward: M
Section #: 9
Square: 5 (E 1/2)
Location: E 1/2 S. E. CORNER FOOTLINE
LocationGrave #: 3
New/Old Grounds: NEW
Type of Vault: BOX 
WILLIAMS Susan Ann (I3907)
 
41 Last Name: WILLIAMS
First Name: JOSEPH
Middle Name: JULIAN

IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death: 4/23/1922
Interment Date: 4/24/1922
Race: WHITE
Sex: MALE
Age: 66
Other InformationParentage: NO RECORD
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AttendingDoctor: W. F. LAWRENCE
Funeral Home/Crematory J. T. MORRIS
GraveId: 39431
Ward: M
Section #: 9
Square: 5 (E 1/2)
Location: E 12/ CENTER
LocationGrave #: 1
New/Old Grounds: NEW
Type of Vault: BOX 
WILLIAMS Joseph Julian Junious (I3915)
 
42 Blandford Cemetery:
Deceased: ANNIE FITZGERALD
Deceased InformationLast Name: FITZGERALD
First Name: ANNIE
Middle Name: BOOTH
IdentifiersBirthdate:
Date of Death: 2/10/1946
Interment Date: 2/11/1946
Race: WHITE
Sex: FEMALE
Age: 64
Other InformationParentage: BENJAMIN D. & MARY BOOTH
Birthplace: PETERSBURG VIRGINIA
Place of Death:
Residence At Time of Grave PurchaseAddress:
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AttendingDoctor: J. D. OSBORNE
Funeral Home/Crematory J. T. MORRIS
GraveId: 6470
Ward: M
Section #: 1
Square: 5
Location: W 1/2 2ND N.W. CORNER
LocationGrave #: 5
New/Old Grounds: NEW
Type of Vault: BOX 
BOOTH Annie (I5572)
 
43 Wife: ELIZABETH ARGOLL
Married: in: Born: in: Died: in:
Father:
Mother: The following is taken from the September 9, 1962 edition ofTbe Daily Press under the headline HISTORICAL RARlETIES: .. The song. "A String ofPearls." of this era could have been written for Dame Elizabeth Filmer (Elizabeth Argoll) ofEast Sutton. County Kent. England in 1639. Legacy was Barham Family that eventually came to Virginia... When Dame Elimbeth Filmer, widow or Sir Edward Filmer,. Knight, wrote her will in the above named county of England. she included much jewelry and in particular "four ropes of pearls containing 600 in number." She was a kinswoman of the family of Samuel Argall, who came to Virginia at an early date and was acting Governor for a while.

Since the will contained so much value and of interest to the descendants of the Barham family of Virginia; those in Suny County and James City County, Virginia; the full contents will be given herein:

1638-9, March 16: Will of Dame Elizabeth Filmer. Widow, late the wife of Sir Edward Filmer. knight, of East Sutton. County Kent, England.
Body to Church of East Sutton beside the body of my late husband.
To poor of East Sutton 5 pounds.
To Dame Anne Filmer, wife of my son Sir Robert Filmer. my jewel with diamonds and pearls.
To Elizabeth Filmer their daughter and Sarah Filmer my daughter, my FOUR ROPES OF PEARLS containing 600 IN NUMBER to be equally divided between them.
To Sir Edward Filmer, eldest son of my son Sir Robert, a Portuguese piece of gold and a piece of gold King Henry VII coinage, both of which were his great-grandfather's.
To the two youngest sons ofmy son Sir Robert, viz: Robert and Samuel 40 shillings a piece.
To Anne the youngest daughter of Sir Robert 40 shillings.
To my daughter Mary Knotchbull 40 shillings.
To my daughter Katherine Barham 10 pounds. To her eldest daughter Elizabeth Barham 300 pounds when 21 or married. If she die before, then said 300 pounds to Elizabeth and Ann Filmer, daughters o fmy son Reginold Filmer.
To Susan and Ann Barbam, two younger daughters of my said daughter Katherine, 400 shillings a piece.
To daughter Elizabeth Faulconer 10 pounds. To daughter Sarah Filmer 10 pounds.
To son-in-law Robert Barham my biggest ring. To his son Thomas 10 pounds at 24 (years of age), and to each ofhis other sons Edward, Robert, Charles, Richard, and John 40 shillings. To his daughters 40 shillings each.
To daughter-in-law Jane, wife of my son Reginold, 10 pounds. To her daughters Elizabeth and Ann Filmer, 40 shillings each.
To Sir Robert Filmer, my silver warming pans.
To my son John 10 pounds. To son Henry 10 pounds. To son Reginold my lease of three tenements in Knightrider Street, London.
To son-in law William Faulconer, Draper, 40 shillings.
To my brother John Argoll, Esq. (Copy unclear).
To my sister Dame lane Feetwood. 4 pieces of Queen Elizabeths (copy unclear)coyne (coin).
To sister Dame Sarah (Jenkinson?) like piece of gold of Queen Elizabeth's coyne.
To ( Elizabeth?) Pierson, widow, 40 shillings. To each of (man-servants? copy unclear) 10 shillings. To Elizabeth (copy unclear) my apprentice 40 shillings. To my every other maidservant, 10 shillings. Residue of estate to my son Edward Filmer, sole Executor. Published August 2, 1638. Wa: Retovick Scrivener.

Dame Elizabeth Filmer, willed that her three housed (must mean three apartment or houses (Editor) in Knightrider Street (now that her son Reginold Filmer is deceased) shall be disposed of as follows: 30 pounds of the first year's rent to Jane, late wife of said Reginoid and after the decease of testatrix to the use of her executor the paying yearly to Elizabeth Faulkner, daughter of Dame Elizabeth Filmer and wife of William Faulkner 10 pounds. Whereas Dame Elizabeth Filmer had bequeathed to Elizabeth, daughter of ROBERT BARHAM, gentleman, a competent porcion her will is that 50 pounds of the said legacy in case said Elizabeth depart this before attaining 18 years shall be divided equally between the two daughters of said Reginold and lastly, Dame Elizabeth Filmer willeth 10 Susan Barham 50 pounds apiece (sic) memorandum the legacy 50 pounds apiece to Susan and Anne Barham were entermyned before the signing hereof. Dated March 23, 1635-6.
(Reference for the above: Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol XXI, Pages 153-154). This feature will carry the lineage covering the Barham family of Surry County. Virginia and adjoining counties. as well as, those who moved to the southem states, if we have enough requests for this extensive data.-Editor, Daily Press

The following is taken from the September 16. 1962 edition ofThe Daily Press under the headline
HISTORICAL RARIETIES:

Some affluent families came to the Virginia colony and among them was that of the name Barham of Surry County. Since we had the will of Dame Filmer, grandmother of the Captain Charles Barham of Virginia, and she was the lady with the 600 pearls left in her will it was thought that we would include the will of the husband of the Dame Filmer (Elizabeth Argoll). "Dated 5 December 1629 : Will of Sir Edward Filmer of East Sutton, County Kent, England. Sir Edward Filmer, Knight (aged 63 years. January last); To daughter, Elizabeth. wife of Wtlliam Faulkner, citizen and Draper of London 500 pounds. If her husband survives her then to her children 300 pounds equally divided. Ifshe die without issue then to her husband 20 pounds;
To my three sons Edward, John, and Henry Filmer, 10 pounds each. Son Reginold forgiven all debts (500 pounds) and 50 pounds cash. Son Henry, he commences MA in University of Cambridge 40 pounds and further 100 pounds.
Daughters Mary Knathbull and Catherine Barbam, 20 pounds each.
To Edweard Knathbull my Godson 5 pounds. To his sister Mary 20 pounds. To his brother John 2 pounds;
To Edward Barham my Godson 5 pounds; To Elizabeth Barham my wife's Goddaughter 5 pounds.
To other grandchildren, Robert, Thomas, Charles and Richard Barham 40 schillings each;
To Dame Ann wife of my son, Sir Robert Filmer 20 pounds for a ring;
To daughter Sarah 1000 pounds further 500 pounds annuity of 10 pounds to my brother Henry;
To Dorothy, daughter of my brother Anthony Filmer 10 pounds:
To Dame Elizabeth, my wife, 120 pounds. All her chains and jewels and all my household stuff in College house in Maidstone, a third part of linen and silver. My lease of Rectory in East Sutton toward payment of my debts. The other two parts of linen, silver. etc., to my son Sir Robert Filmer. My wife shall have the leases of certain houses in Knightrider Street lately given me by my brother, Robert Filmer, Esq.;
Dame Elizabeth and Sir Robert, my son, Executors
Dated October 20, 1629; probated December 5 1629.

(Reference for the above will of Sir Edward Filmer, Knight, grandfather of Captain Charles Barham of Surry. Virginia: "Virginia Magazine of History and Biography," Vol. 24, pages I58-159. It might be of interest to some of our readers that Henry Filmer of Henrico County, Virginia, an early settler, was son or grandson of the above Sir Edward Filmer. It was through this lineage that many persons have established their lineage back to the Magna Charta and to the Crusaders).

F KATHERlNE FILMER Born: 1598 Died: 1648
M ROBERT BARHAM.JR. Married: 1 Aug 1620 Isle ofWrgbt County, Va born: Died:

Individual Record for "ELIZABETH ARGALL"
Reference No I32 [Use this number, on the Name Search page, to view this individual again] Surname Argall Given Name Elizabeth AKAU Gender Female Birth Date Abt 1570 : East Sutton, Kent, England Baptism Date Unknown : Last Marriage Date 1585 : East Sutton, Kent, England Death Date 9 Aug 1638 : East Sutton, Kent, England Burial Date 11 Aug 1638 : East Sutton, Kent, England Notes GENERAL NOTES: Born at East Sutton Manor. Was left the sum of 20 in Sir Samuel Argall's Will. Married Sir Edward Filmer of Kent in 1585. In IGI (Film #184752) her marriage to Edward is recorded as taking place in 1585. She had 18 children in all, most of whom survived infancy. Mentioned in husband's Will dated 1629. Her own Will was dated 23 March 1635 and proven on 16 Aug 1638, which mentions her living children. Codicil published on 2 Aug 1638. Was buried at East Sutton Park alongside her husband. In 1585 he married Elizabeth Argall. She was born in 1570 at East Sutton the daughter of Sir Richard Argall and Mary Scott (However, her father was never knighted). She died 9.8.1638 and was buried at East Sutton on the 11.8.1638. Together Sir Edward and Elizabeth Filmer had 18 children, they are listed below: Mary (1586-1647), Margaret (1587-1612) ,Robert (1588-165),Edward (1589-1648) ,John (1590-165),Elizabeth (1592-) , Judith (1594-) , Catherine or Katherine (-1662), Reginald (or Rainold) (1596-1637) , Thomas (1598), Anne (1599-) , Jane (1600-) , Thomas (1601-1602), Susanna (1603-1611),Richard (1605-) ,Sara (1606-1661) ,Henry (1607-~1683),Augustin. Dame Elizabeth Filmer was burried beside her husband, Sir Edward Filmer. 3. Elizabeth Argall b. c 1570/75, Kent, England, d. 9 Aug 1638, buried: East Sutton church, East Sutton, Kent, Eng. Weis: Magna Charta Sureties 1215 4th ed. page 147; Robert Clutterbuck: History of Hertfordshire, Vol. 1 page 172 for Filmer chart.; sister to Samuel Argall the Governor of VA 1617-19; resided in Maidstone, Kent; will proved 16 Aug 1638 buried beside husband; Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell chart 1313 Her Will reads: WILL OF DAME ELIZABETH FILMER, LATE WIFE OF SIR EDWARD FILMER, KNIGHT. WILL DATED 23 MARCH 1635/ CODICIL 2 AUGUST 1638; PROVED 16 AUGUST 1638. Body to Church of East Sutton beside the body of late husband. To the poor of East Sutton, 5. DAME ANNE FILMER, wife of my son SIR ROBERT FILMER, my jewel with diamonds and pearls. To ELIZABETH FILMER, their daughter and SARAH FILMER, my daughter, my four ropes of pearls containing 600 in number equally between them. EDWARD FILMER, eldest son of my son, Sir ROBERT, a Portuguse piece of gold and a piece of gold of King HENRY VII coinage, both of which were his Great Grandfather's. To the two youngest sons of my son Sir ROBERT, viz; ROBERT and SAMUEL, 40 shillings apiece. To ANNE, the youngest daughter of Sir ROBERT, 40 shillings. To my daughter, KATHERINE BARHAM, 10. To her eldest daughter ELIZABETH BARHAM, 300 when 21, or married. If she died before then said 300 to ELIZABETH and ANNE FILMER, daughters of my son, REGINALD FILMER. SUSAN and ANNE BARHAM, two daughters of my said daughter, KATHERINE, 40 shillings apiece. DAUGHTER, ELIZABETH FAULCONER, 10. DAUGHTER, SARAH FILMER, 10. Son-in-law, ROBERT BARHAM, my biggest ring. To his son, THOMAS, 10 at 24 and to each of his other sons, EDWARD, ROBERT, CHARLES, RICHARD, & JOHN, 40 shillings. To his daughters, 40 shillings each. Daughter-in-law, JANE, wife of my son, Reginold, 10. To her daughters, ELIZABETH and ANN FILMER, 40 shillings each. SON, SIR ROBERT FILMER, my silver warming pans. My son, JOHN, 10. Son, HENRY, 10. Son, REGINOLD, my lease of three tenements in Knightrider Street, London. Son-in-law, WILLIAM FAULCONER, Draper, 40 shillings. My brother, JOHN ARGALL, ESQ. a gold ring. My sister, DAME JANE FLETWOOD, a piece of Queen ELIZABETHS coyne. Sister, DAME SARAH JENKINSON, a like piece of gold of Queen ELIZABETHS coyne. ELIZABETH PEERSON, widow, 40 shillings. Each of my manservants, 10 shillings. ELIZABETH FRYDE, my apprentice, 40 shillings. Residue to my son, EDWARD FILMER, sole EXECUTOR. Published August 2, 1638 - Wa. RETROVICK< Scrivener. DAME ELIZABETH FILMER willeth that her three houses in Knighrider Street (now that her son, REGINOLD FILMER is deceased) shall be disposed of as follows: 30 of the first years rent to JANE, late wife of said REGINOLD and after the decease of testrix to the use of her executor, he paying to ELIZABETH FAULCONER daughter of DAME ELIZABETH FILMER and wife of WILLIAM FAULCONER, 10. Whereas DAME ELIZABETH FILMER had bequethed to ELIZABETH, daughter of ROBERT BARHAM, Gentleman, a competent porcion, her will is that 50 of the said legacy in case said ELIZABETH depart this life before attaining 18 years shall be divided equally between the two daughters of said REGINOLD and lastly, DAME ELIZABETH FILMER willeth to SUSAN BARHAM 50 a peece(sic) memorandum the legacy 50 to SUSAN and ANNE BARHAM were enterliyned before the signing hereof. 
ARGALL Elizabeth (I5515)
 
44 Wife: ELIZABETH ARGOLL
Married: in: Born: in: Died: in:
Father:
Mother: The following is taken from the September 9, 1962 edition ofTbe Daily Press under the headline HISTORICAL RARlETIES: .. The song. "A String ofPearls." of this era could have been written for Dame Elizabeth Filmer (Elizabeth Argoll) ofEast Sutton. County Kent. England in 1639. Legacy was Barham Family that eventually came to Virginia... When Dame Elimbeth Filmer, widow or Sir Edward Filmer,. Knight, wrote her will in the above named county of England. she included much jewelry and in particular "four ropes of pearls containing 600 in number." She was a kinswoman of the family of Samuel Argall, who came to Virginia at an early date and was acting Governor for a while.

Since the will contained so much value and of interest to the descendants of the Barham family of Virginia; those in Suny County and James City County, Virginia; the full contents will be given herein:

1638-9, March 16: Will of Dame Elizabeth Filmer. Widow, late the wife of Sir Edward Filmer. knight, of East Sutton. County Kent, England.
Body to Church of East Sutton beside the body of my late husband.
To poor of East Sutton 5 pounds.
To Dame Anne Filmer, wife of my son Sir Robert Filmer. my jewel with diamonds and pearls.
To Elizabeth Filmer their daughter and Sarah Filmer my daughter, my FOUR ROPES OF PEARLS containing 600 IN NUMBER to be equally divided between them.
To Sir Edward Filmer, eldest son of my son Sir Robert, a Portuguese piece of gold and a piece of gold King Henry VII coinage, both of which were his great-grandfather's.
To the two youngest sons ofmy son Sir Robert, viz: Robert and Samuel 40 shillings a piece.
To Anne the youngest daughter of Sir Robert 40 shillings.
To my daughter Mary Knotchbull 40 shillings.
To my daughter Katherine Barham 10 pounds. To her eldest daughter Elizabeth Barham 300 pounds when 21 or married. If she die before, then said 300 pounds to Elizabeth and Ann Filmer, daughters o fmy son Reginold Filmer.
To Susan and Ann Barbam, two younger daughters of my said daughter Katherine, 400 shillings a piece.
To daughter Elizabeth Faulconer 10 pounds. To daughter Sarah Filmer 10 pounds.
To son-in-law Robert Barham my biggest ring. To his son Thomas 10 pounds at 24 (years of age), and to each ofhis other sons Edward, Robert, Charles, Richard, and John 40 shillings. To his daughters 40 shillings each.
To daughter-in-law Jane, wife of my son Reginold, 10 pounds. To her daughters Elizabeth and Ann Filmer, 40 shillings each.
To Sir Robert Filmer, my silver warming pans.
To my son John 10 pounds. To son Henry 10 pounds. To son Reginold my lease of three tenements in Knightrider Street, London.
To son-in law William Faulconer, Draper, 40 shillings.
To my brother John Argoll, Esq. (Copy unclear).
To my sister Dame lane Feetwood. 4 pieces of Queen Elizabeths (copy unclear)coyne (coin).
To sister Dame Sarah (Jenkinson?) like piece of gold of Queen Elizabeth's coyne.
To ( Elizabeth?) Pierson, widow, 40 shillings. To each of (man-servants? copy unclear) 10 shillings. To Elizabeth (copy unclear) my apprentice 40 shillings. To my every other maidservant, 10 shillings. Residue of estate to my son Edward Filmer, sole Executor. Published August 2, 1638. Wa: Retovick Scrivener.

Dame Elizabeth Filmer, willed that her three housed (must mean three apartment or houses (Editor) in Knightrider Street (now that her son Reginold Filmer is deceased) shall be disposed of as follows: 30 pounds of the first year's rent to Jane, late wife of said Reginoid and after the decease of testatrix to the use of her executor the paying yearly to Elizabeth Faulkner, daughter of Dame Elizabeth Filmer and wife of William Faulkner 10 pounds. Whereas Dame Elizabeth Filmer had bequeathed to Elizabeth, daughter of ROBERT BARHAM, gentleman, a competent porcion her will is that 50 pounds of the said legacy in case said Elizabeth depart this before attaining 18 years shall be divided equally between the two daughters of said Reginold and lastly, Dame Elizabeth Filmer willeth 10 Susan Barham 50 pounds apiece (sic) memorandum the legacy 50 pounds apiece to Susan and Anne Barham were entermyned before the signing hereof. Dated March 23, 1635-6.
(Reference for the above: Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol XXI, Pages 153-154). This feature will carry the lineage covering the Barham family of Surry County. Virginia and adjoining counties. as well as, those who moved to the southem states, if we have enough requests for this extensive data.-Editor, Daily Press

The following is taken from the September 16. 1962 edition ofThe Daily Press under the headline
HISTORICAL RARIETIES:

Some affluent families came to the Virginia colony and among them was that of the name Barham of Surry County. Since we had the will of Dame Filmer, grandmother of the Captain Charles Barham of Virginia, and she was the lady with the 600 pearls left in her will it was thought that we would include the will of the husband of the Dame Filmer (Elizabeth Argoll). "Dated 5 December 1629 : Will of Sir Edward Filmer of East Sutton, County Kent, England. Sir Edward Filmer, Knight (aged 63 years. January last); To daughter, Elizabeth. wife of Wtlliam Faulkner, citizen and Draper of London 500 pounds. If her husband survives her then to her children 300 pounds equally divided. Ifshe die without issue then to her husband 20 pounds;
To my three sons Edward, John, and Henry Filmer, 10 pounds each. Son Reginold forgiven all debts (500 pounds) and 50 pounds cash. Son Henry, he commences MA in University of Cambridge 40 pounds and further 100 pounds.
Daughters Mary Knathbull and Catherine Barbam, 20 pounds each.
To Edweard Knathbull my Godson 5 pounds. To his sister Mary 20 pounds. To his brother John 2 pounds;
To Edward Barham my Godson 5 pounds; To Elizabeth Barham my wife's Goddaughter 5 pounds.
To other grandchildren, Robert, Thomas, Charles and Richard Barham 40 schillings each;
To Dame Ann wife of my son, Sir Robert Filmer 20 pounds for a ring;
To daughter Sarah 1000 pounds further 500 pounds annuity of 10 pounds to my brother Henry;
To Dorothy, daughter of my brother Anthony Filmer 10 pounds:
To Dame Elizabeth, my wife, 120 pounds. All her chains and jewels and all my household stuff in College house in Maidstone, a third part of linen and silver. My lease of Rectory in East Sutton toward payment of my debts. The other two parts of linen, silver. etc., to my son Sir Robert Filmer. My wife shall have the leases of certain houses in Knightrider Street lately given me by my brother, Robert Filmer, Esq.;
Dame Elizabeth and Sir Robert, my son, Executors
Dated October 20, 1629; probated December 5 1629.

(Reference for the above will of Sir Edward Filmer, Knight, grandfather of Captain Charles Barham of Surry. Virginia: "Virginia Magazine of History and Biography," Vol. 24, pages I58-159. It might be of interest to some of our readers that Henry Filmer of Henrico County, Virginia, an early settler, was son or grandson of the above Sir Edward Filmer. It was through this lineage that many persons have established their lineage back to the Magna Charta and to the Crusaders).

F KATHERlNE FILMER Born: 1598 Died: 1648
M ROBERT BARHAM.JR. Married: 1 Aug 1620 Isle ofWrgbt County, Va born: Died:
 
FILMER Katherine (I5513)
 
45 "I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas one hun-dred and twenty-five acres of land, part of the tract of Land lying in the Ochineachy Neck, in North Carolina, to him and his heirs forever and my Gold Seal King." CHAPPELL Thomas (I2209)
 
46     
Bet. 09 Mar 1791\endash 28 Feb 1792 Surry Co VA      
SPRATLEY Benjamin (I12624)
 
47      RAINEY Peter (I10963)
 
48                          Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal"
SPRINKLE, John R.           12 Apr 1853 - 27 Feb 1923 "Ran"
SPRINKLE, Lela D. Brugh           16 Jan 1868 - 30 Apr 1903 "Drusie" Wife
                         of J. R.
SPRINKLE, Samuel Edward, Sr.      21 Jul 1855 - 12 Feb 1900 Father 44 Yrs
                         6 Mos 2 Days
SPRINKLE, Col. J. M. R.           04 Dec 1811 - 24 Dec 1889
SPRINKLE, Mary J.           10 Jul 1820 - 17 Jan 1898 Wife of J M R
DODD, Catharine                16 Apr 1810 - 25 Dec 1892 Wife of Edley
                         82 Yrs 8 Mos 9 Days
DODD, Edley                05 Jun 1804 - 03 May 1883 78 Yrs 20 Mos
                         28 Days
CRONISE, Unk                No Date - 03 Oct 1911 Inf of E C &
                         Bessie L.
CRONISE, Emory C.           27 Nov 1877 - 19 Dec 1928
CRONISE, Bessie L. Henderson      03 Mar 1878 - 19 Dec 1928 Wife of E C
                         With Emory C.
OVERSTREET, Olive E.           30 Jan 1892 - 27 Jul 1910
OVERSTREET, Hubert B.           01 Aug 1868 - 02 Sep 1910
OVERSTREET, Georgia C.           10 Feb 1870 - 20 Jan 1946
SPRINKLE, Lula Jane Harris      31 Jul 1868 - 25 Apr 1944 Wife of J R

MANGES, Nellie Sprinkel           13 Apr 1885 - 04 Mar 1944 Mother Wife of
                         C W
MANGES, Charlie W.           21 Mar 1877 - 13 Feb 1952 Father
MANGES, Leona Ellena           26 Jun 1882 - 15 Nov 1912 Wife of C W
MANGES, John D.                08 Apr 1908 - 03 Sep 1913
MANGES, Ruby L.                20 Dec 1904 - 25 Mar 1915
MANGES, George W.           08 Apr 1908 - 21 Dec 1989 With Helen T.
MANGES, Helen T.           07 Apr 1914 - No Date 
Col. SPRINKLE John Morgan Redfern (I10489)
 
49 31 August 1836, James Booth sold 50 acres of land to John Hancock for the sum of one horse which was valued at one hundred dollars. Thomas J. Castellaw and Edward Steele were witnesses. 1 Jan 1839, John Hancock deeded the same 50 acres back to James' son, William for $150 dollars. David Outlaw and Thomas J. Castellaw witnessed that transaction. Source BOOTH James (I12324)
 
50 According to the book, Thomas was a "planter" who, at the height of his success, owned 2,000 acres with a plantation on which he farmed and raised livestock. At the time, only one planter in ten had an estate of more than a thousand acres so he was considered quite wealthy. His plantation was located in Southside Virginia in present-day Amelia County about 23 miles west-northwest of Petersburg and 27 miles southwest of Richmond. He lived most of his adult life in this area. BOOTH Thomas Booth, Sr. (I12296)
 

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