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NAPIER Dr. Patrick

Male Abt 1635 - 1688  (~ 53 years)


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  • Name NAPIER Dr. Patrick  [1, 2, 3
    Born Abt 1635  Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Gender Male 
    Alt. Birth 1635  Edinburgh, SCOTLAND Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Occupation Abt 1651  [3, 4
    Chirurgeon or physician 
    • By horse and boat, Napier attended the sick, performed surgery, bled his patients, and despensed various remedied consistent with the pratice of medicine in the mid-17th century.
    Alt. Birth 1655  Jamestown, James City Cty, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Immigration 25 Mar 1655  York County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    • Emigrated to Virginia 25 Mar 1655 with other defeated Scottish Royalists after the Battle of Dunbar .

      American Napiers came to these shores, to York Co., Virginia in about 1651. He was Patrick Napier, "Chirurgeon" or physician, a son of the Patrick Napier, "Gent", who had been barber-surgeon to the Martyr King Charles I, and was a cadet of the ancient house of Napier of Kilmahew.

      Name:      Patrick Napier
      Arrival Year:      1655
      Arrival Place:      Virginia
      Source Publication Code:      1262
      Primary Immigrant:      Napier, Patrick
      Annotation:      Date and place of settlement or date and place of arrival. Names not restricted to the Order of Founders and Patriots of America.
      Source Bibliography:      COLKET, MEREDITH B., JR. Founders of Early American Families: Emigrants from Europe, 1607-1657. Cleveland: General Court of the Order of Founders and Patriots of America, 1975. 366p.
      Page:      203
    Reference Number 944 
    Died 26 Feb 1688  York County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Buried New Kent County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Notes 
    • From Deborah Shelton Wood (3-17-2006):
      There exists an Historical Marker near Colonial Williamsburg, VA, marking the place Patrick NAPIER lived. This marker reads "Patrick NAPIER Colonial Surgeon. Nearby lived "Patrick Napier of Queens Creek in the County of Yorke chirurgeon," Born about 1634, and apprenticed to the surgeon general of the Scottish army defeated by Cromwell in 1650. Patrick Napier arrived here before 1655. He married Elizabeth, a daughter of Robert Booth, clerk of the York County Court and a member of the Howse of Burgesses. By horse and boat, Napier attended the sick, performed surgery, bled his patients, and despensed various remedied consistent with the pratice of medicine in the mid-17th century. He died in 1669. He was the progenitor of most of the Napiers in America.
      Emigrated to Virginia 25 Mar 1655 with other defeated Scottish Royalists after the Battle of Dunbar .
      American Napiers came to these shores, to York Co., Virginia in about 1651. He was Patrick Napier, "Chirurgeon" or physician, a son of the Patrick Napier, "Gent", who had been barber-surgeon to the Martyr King Charles I, and was a cadet of the ancient house of Napier of Kilmahew. The father may well have been the "one Napier" that Parliamentary spies had reported tried to free the imprisoned Charles from Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight in 1648.
      Alternate data suggest parents of Patrick Napier to be Robert Napier of Edinburgh, son of Sir John Napier of Merchiston who married Lady Elizabeth Monteith. Sir John, eighth laird of Merchiston eldest son of Sir Archibald Napier and Janet Bothwell. Sir John, well known as inventor of logarithms .
      The first known documented reference to a Napier in Scotland is in two charters of Malcolm, Earl of Lennox, who lived at the end of the 13th century. This was John Napier, who was granted, by one of the charters, - "all that quarter lands called Kilmahew lying between Muydugwen and Archerreran."The ruins of Kilmahew Castle still stand on the north side of the present village of Cardross, which is four miles from Dumbarton. Kilmahew takes its name from St Mahew (or Mochta), a companion of St Patrick, who has been adopted as the patron saint of Cardross.There were 18 Lairds of Kilmahew until the last heir sold the last of the estate in 1820.
      Early Virginia Immigrants; 1623-1666
      Napier, Patrick, 1655, by Peter Ford, Gloucester Co.VA


      ......The immigrant Dr. Patrick Napier, progenitor of this family in America, came to Gloucester Co., in 1654 or 1655. (One Peter Ford, received 500 acres at Cacamount, Gloucester County, Virginia, 25 Mar 1655 for transporting ten persons to the colony, among whom Patrick Napier is listed.) Both he and his father-in-law, Dr. Robert Booth were among the few physicians in colonial Virginia. Lived in Hampton Parrish, York County and had a 1500 acre plantation in BlislanParish , New Kent County, Va. will dtd 21 Feb 1668; filed 12 Apr 1669 in York County, Va.

      Thanks very much. I have an Elizabeth Booth, b. 1641, daughter of Robert Booth who married Patrick Napier, a descendant of John Napier, inventor of logarithms and the decimal point. A descendant of this union married a Wright, the family of my grandmother, Julia Wright.

      Thanks again and good hunting. Sincerely Reid Presson


      Nicholas Presson

      Notes - Apparently spelled name Pressey until abt 1707 when it appears that the family changed to "Presson". This is borne out by early records - Register of Charles Parish 16909 where Nicholas was listed as the father of a daughter, perhaps Elizabeth whose birth is recorded in Charles County Records, 1648 - 1789 as Elizabeth Pressey, daugheter of Nicholas and Jane Pressey, 1/11/1690.

      Jane was his 1st wife, Elizabeth the 2nd The best guess is that Nick was born at least by 1670 and died on 4/4/1732, Charles Parish.

      He married Jane by abt 1689 who died11/3/1699 as recorded in the Register although the Register lists the birth of Mary in 1700 and Thomas in 1703 as children of Nicholas and Jane.

      He married Elizabeth that same year who lived at least until 1719 when her last child Daniel was born.

      Robert Presson Son of Nicholas and Elizabeth, born abt 1714 In Charles Parish (births and deaths for 1714-1715 were lost by the Vestry Clerk) and died in 1757 ; in July of that year, the court speaks of him as deceased although the Register lists his death on 11/1/1757.

      He married probably Frances Tomer, daughter of Jon and Mary Tomer. There is no verification of this marriage (records do not exist in this early period. The naming of a son "Tomer" and the continued use of this unusual name in later generations strongly indicate she was a Tomer and the daughter of John Tomer, Jr. and his wife, Mary born 11/1/1713, died 5/13/1757 all in Charles Parish and recorded in the Register.

      Tomer Presson Son of Pobert and Frances, born in Charles Parish on 7/23/1750 and died in Surry Co in 1750. He married Elizabeth who was living in 1807 and died by 1809 in Surry.

      His son James' will was unwitnessed and when brought for probate, William Cornwell (perhaps his brother-in -law) and Thomas Presson swore to the court that the handwriting was that of Tomer and that he (James) had written and signed the will.

      Daughter Mary was living when Tomer made his will in 1801 and is possibly rthe Mary Presson who married William Cornwell in Surry Co. in 1808.

      Sincerely Reid Presson

      I will do so and send it on. The info that I have comes from "The Presson Family in the South" published by subscription in 1974. Sponsored by W. H. O' Bryan, researched by Mary Lee Martin Owens. Long out of print; a copy was recently offered on eBay and promptly snatched up. I am an engineer by training and was introduced to Napier via the slide rule which he also invented or at least contributed to mightily. See attached for a short bio Sincerely Reid Presson

      I just now looked at the Mary Cornwall segment of the tree you sent. I can give dates and citations to most named if you need them. I also found a reference to Rev. Beverly Booth who joined Mary's brother Daniel to Sarah Howard with Wyatt Lane as bondsman. The source is "Knorr, Surry Co. VA, Marriage Bonds, p 112". The same source at p23 is given for the marriage of Mary Presson and William Cornw(e)ll in Surry Co on 8/20/1808. I have not seen the source document and thus cannot verify the spelling difference (or misspelling as the case may be). Sincerely Reid Presson

      Father:

      JOHN NAPIER ( 1550 - 1617 ) PHILOSOPHER and MATHEMATICIAN INVENTOR of LOGARITHMS INVENTOR of the DECIMAL POINT ________________________________________ John Napier was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1550 and died in 1677. He was twice married, firstly to Elizabeth ? with one son, and secondly iin 1572 to Agnes Chisolm with 5 sons and 5 daughters. He is buried in St, Cuthbert's Churchyard in Edinburgh. Napier was involved in research that required lengthy and time consuming calculations of very large numbers. Once the idea came to him that there might be a better and simpler way to perform large number calculations, Napier focused on the issue and spent twenty years perfecting his idea. The result of this work is what we now call logarithms. Napier is relatively little known outside mathematical circles where he made what is undoubtedly one of the single greatest advances in the history of mathematics. He can be placed within a short lineage of mathematical thinkers, beginning with Archimedes in ancient times and by Newton and Einstein in modern times. Without Napier 's work on logarithms it is difficult to imagine how Kepler and Newton could have made their great advances in later times. His work, Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis Descriptio, contained thirty-seven pages of explanatory matter and ninety pages of tables, which facilitated the furtherment of astronomy, dynamics and physics. Napier realized that all numbers can be expressed in what is now called exponential form, meaning 8 can be written as 23, 16 as 24 and so on. What make logarithms so useful is the fact that the operations of multiplication and division are reduced to simple addition and subtraction. When very large numbers are expressed as a logarithm, multiplication becomes the addition of exponents.

      Example: 102 times 105 can be calculated as 10 2+5 or 107. This is easier than 100 times 100,000. Napier was also a great advocate of the decimal fraction system invented by Stevinus in 1585. Indeed, it appears that Napier introduced the decimal point into common usage and eliminated the use of notation to indicate fractional position.


      Deborah Shelton-Wood (ID *****1747)
      http://varoots.tripod.com/nap/
      3. Patrick NAPIER (Patrick NAPIER2, Mungo NAPIER1) was born ABT 1635 in Edinburgh, SCOTLAND, and died 26 Feb 1668 in York Co VA. He married Elizabeth BOOTH 1658 in Jamestown, VA, daughter of Robert BOOTH and Frances. She was born 1645 in York Co VA, and died 1672 in York Co VA.
      Children of Patrick NAPIER and Elizabeth BOOTH are:

      Mungo NAPIER was born ABT 1579.He went to London, England in 1603
      Child of Mungo NAPIER is:
      +2i.Patrick NAPIERborn abt 1608, Barber to King Charles I


      Patrick NAPIER (Mungo NAPIER1). He married Joan WALLIS.
      Children of Patrick NAPIER and Joan WALLIS are:
      +3i.Patrick NAPIER was born ABT 1635 in Edinburgh, SCOTLAND, and died 26 Feb 1668 in York Co VA. Chirurgeon, - went to Virginia before 16584ii.Valentine NAPIER .

      from napier website-
      http://users.erols.com/someday/Napier.html#29

      * PATRICK NAPIER married in 1658 ELIZABETH BOOTH, who was born 1645 and died 1672. She was the daughter of Dr. Robert Booth, an early Virginia colonist and his wife Frances. Dr. Booth and his wife first lived at Belleville, Glouchester County; he later became clerk of York Co. in 1639, Justice in 1652, and a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1653-54. Dr. Booth died in 1657, leaving a thousand-acre plantation and a large library.

      from gen notes:
      G0500A: Patrick NAPIER, Chirurgeon [010]
      Birth: ABT 1634, , England
      Death: AFT 26 February 1668 and BEF 12 April 1669, Queen's Creek, York County, Virginia, British North America
      Probate: Will proved, York County, Virginia, British North America, 12 April 1669
      Father: Patrick NAPIER, Burgess of Dumbarton (ABT 1608, of London, England - November 1659, London, England)
      Mother: Joane WALLIS
      Marriage: BEF 10 November 1658, Jamestown, Hampton Parish, York County, Virginia, British North America
      Spouse: *Elizabeth BOOTH (15 November 1641, , Virginia, British North America - 1672, York County, Virginia, British North America)
      Child 1: Robert NAPIER (Sr.), Captain (2 May 1660, Hampton Parish, York County, Virginia, British North America - AFT May 1743, York County, Virginia, British North America) [M]: m. *Mary PERRIN (1671/75, New Kent or Henrico County, Virginia, British North America - 1705, New Kent or Henrico County, Virginia, British North America), 8 October 1688, Henrico County, Virginia, British North America
      Child 2: Frances NAPIER (ABT 1665, New Kent County, Virginia, British North America - AFT 1672) [F]
      Note 1: It seems that Patrick NAPIER, as an aspiring chirurgeon, was apprenticed, in Edinburgh, on 6 May 1649 to Alexander Pennycuik, chirurgeon. Pennycuik was surgeon to Sir Alexander Leslie's Scottish Troops who were defeated at the Battle of Dunbar by the army of Oliver Cromwell. And it seems that Patrick NAPIER emigrated to Virginia with other Scottish Royalists after the year 1650. He settled in Queen's Creek, Hampton Parish, York County, Virginia, as a planter and surgeon. On 25 March 1655, Peter Ford received 500 acres at Cacamount, Gloucester County, Virginia, for transporting ten persons to the colony, among whom Patrick NAPIER is listed. Patrick NAPIER became the proprietor of a 1500 acre plantation in Blisland Parish, New Kent County, Virginia. This plantation adjoined that of Major-General Mainwaring Hammond.
      Note 2: The Last Will and Testament of Patrick NAPIER, York County, Virginia, was dated 20 February 1668 and proved 12 April 1669.
      In the name of God Amen. I PATRICK NAPIER of the prsh of Hampton in the County of Yorke phisician being sicke and sane in body but thanks be to God in pfect mind and memory do make and declare this my last will & testament. I comend my soule into the hands of my most mercifull creator and preserveror in full assurance to have all my sins pardoned in and through the meritts of my only savour Jesus XX_& my body to be decently buried at the discretion of my dear wife ELIZABETH NAPIER. And for that portion of earthly goods wherewith it hath pleased God to endure mee I doe by these presents dispose and bequeath of them as followeth. I doe by these presents give and bequeath unto my dear wife ELIZABETH NAPIER all that pcell of land lying in the prsh of Blessland in the county of New Kent in Virg containing by estimation fifteen hundred acres be it more or less as the same is situate and being in the prsh aforesd adjoining to the plantation of Major Hammond on the one side and Capt. George Lyddall on the other side To Have & to hold the said piece of land to my said deare wife ELIZABETH NAPIER for the home of her naturall life alsoe my will and pleasure is that my two deare children Robert Napier, Francis Napier shall have and enjoy the said piece of land or plantation in manner aforesaid as I doe hereby express that is to say I doe my these presents give and bequeath unto my dears sone Robert Napier the majority on one halfe of the said piece of land containing fifteen hundred acres as aforesaid to be divided equally at the discretion of my said deare wife ELIZABETH NAPIER. To have & to hold the said majority on halfe of the said piece of land unto my said deare sonne Robert Napier and his heirs forever. Also I dow by these presents give and bequeath unto my deare daughter Frances Napier the other majority or other halfe parte of the said plantation or piece of land containing as aforesaid and situate and being as aforeds to be layed out and separated from the other peace of land at the discretion of my said deare wife to have and to hold the said other parte or parcell of land to my sd deare daughter Frances Napier and her heirs forever. Also my will and pleasure is that if it should happen that my said Sonne Robert Napier should dye or depart this mortall life and leave no issue of his body lawfully begotten that then my will & pleasure is that my daughter Frances Napier shall have and enjoy the said halfe parte or piece of land that is hereby bequeathed to my sonne Robert. Also if it should happen that my said daughter Frances Napier should hapen to dye or depart this mortall life and leave noe issue lawfully begotten and that my said sonne Robert survive or any of heir issues, That then my will and pleasure is that my said sonne shall have and enjoy the same plan pcell of land bequeathed to my said daughter in as longe and ample manner and forme as my said daughter did could or might enjoy the same provided always notwithstanding that if it should happen that my said two children Robert and Frances should dye or depart this mortall life and leave noe issue behind then or either of them that then my will and pleasure is that the heirs of my sd deare wife ELIZABETH NAPIER shall & have & enjoy the same in as longe and ample manner as the heirs of my said sonne and daughter or either of them might have enjoyed the same. Also I doe by these presents bequeath all my moveable goods and coffills specified in a certain Inventory hereunto annexed unto my deare wife & my two children equally to be divided amongst them share and share like and not otherwise Alsoe I doe by these presents make and appoint my deare wife ELIZABETH NAPIER sole Executrix of this my last will and Testament. Also my desire is that my two very loving friends Mr. Thomas Ballard and Mr. James Vaulx will be overseers that this my will be performed according to the reale intents and purposes hereof and that they would give my said deare wife and children such assistance as they shall think fitt in the managing of this Estate alsoe I doe hereby further declare that the reall intent and meaning of this my will is that neither of my said children Robert or Frances shall be in possession of the said land or plantation or any pte or pcell thereof nor receive any profitts that shall accrue out of the same soo long as my said deare wife whall happen to live lastly I doe by these presents revoke all other wills herebefore made by me and declared this to be my last will and Testament I witnessd whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this six and twentieth day of February one thousand six hundred sixty & Eight signed sealed and delivered in presence of Frances Haddin PAT NAPIER John Hungerford

      1.Patrick Napier (Patrick Napier5, Mungo Napier4, Patrick Napier3, John Napier2, Robert Napier1) was born 1634 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, and died 26 Feb 1668 in York County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Booth 10 Nov 1658 in Jamestown, York County, Virginia, daughter of Robert Booth and Frances Burgress. She was born 1643 in York County, Virginia, and died 1672 in York County, Virginia.          
               
      Child of Patrick Napier and Elizabeth Booth is:                         
      +2i.Robert Napier was born 1660 in Hampton Parish, York County, Virginia, and died 3 Sep 1731 in Henrico County, Virginia.                         

      Descendant Register, Generation No. 2

      2.Robert Napier (Patrick Napier6, Patrick Napier5, Mungo Napier4, Patrick Napier3, John Napier2, Robert Napier1) was born 1660 in Hampton Parish, York County, Virginia, and died 3 Sep 1731 in Henrico County, Virginia. He married Mary Perrin 11 Oct 1688 in Henrico County, Virginia, daughter of Richard Perrin and Katherine Royall. She was born 1671 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died 1711 in New Kent, New Kent County, Virginia.          
               
      Child of Robert Napier and Mary Perrin is:                         
      +3i.Katherine Napier was born 12 Oct 1700 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia.                         

      Descendant Register, Generation No. 3

      3.Katherine Napier (Robert Napier7, Patrick Napier6, Patrick Napier5, Mungo Napier4, Patrick Napier3, John Napier2, Robert Napier1) was born 12 Oct 1700 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia. She married George Brock in Virginia, son of William Brock. He was born abt 1680 in Virginia, and died 1752 in Albemarle County, Virginia.          
               
      Children of Katherine Napier and George Brock are:                         
      4i.Elijah Brock .                         
      5ii.Richard Brock was born 1715 in Virginia.                         
      +6iii.George Brock was born 1726 in St. Paul's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, and died 1800 in Henry County, Virginia.                         

      Descendant Register, Generation No. 4

      6.George Brock (Katherine Napier8, Robert Napier7, Patrick Napier6, Patrick Napier5, Mungo Napier4, Patrick Napier3, John Napier2, Robert Napier1) was born 1726 in St. Paul's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, and died 1800 in Henry County, Virginia. He married Jean ? . She was born 1725, and died aft 25 Sep 1750.          
               
      Children of George Brock and Jean ? are:                         
      +7i.George Brock was born 1755 in Orange County, North Carolina, and died bef 1801 in Lincoln County, North Carolina.                         
      8ii.Eleazar Brock was born abt 1756 in Virginia.                         
      9iii.Richard Brock was born abt 1757 in Virginia.                         
      +10iv.Elizabeth Brock was born abt 1758 in Virginia.                         
      11v.William Brock was born abt 1759 in Virginia. He married Barbara Ann Henry .                         

      Descendant Register, Generation No. 5

      7.George Brock (George Brock9, Katherine Napier8, Robert Napier7, Patrick Napier6, Patrick Napier5, Mungo Napier4, Patrick Napier3, John Napier2, Robert Napier1) was born 1755 in Orange County, North Carolina, and died bef 1801 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. He was buried in Lincoln County, North Carolina. He married Mary Ann ? . She was born 1740.          
               
      Children of George Brock and Mary Ann ? are:                         
      12i.Silas Brock was born abt 1772 in North Carolina.                         
      13ii.Thomas Brock was born 1773 in North Carolina, and died aft 1850 in Georgia. He married Jane Higgins . She was born abt 1781 in South Carolina, and died aft 1850 in Georgia.                         
      14iii.George Brock was born abt 1775 in North Carolina, and died 1831 in Orange County, North Carolina.                         
      15iv.Isaac Brock was born abt 1776 in North Carolina, and died 1830 in South Carolina.                         
      16v.Reuben Brock was born abt 1777 in North Carolina.                         
      +17vi.Moses Brock was born 1778 in Caswell County, North Carolina, and died aft 26 Mar 1831 in Mossy Creek, White County, Georgia.                         
      18vii.Mary Ann Brock was born abt 1779. She married Moarey Valentine .                         

      10.Elizabeth Brock (George Brock9, Katherine Napier8, Robert Napier7, Patrick Napier6, Patrick Napier5, Mungo Napier4, Patrick Napier3, John Napier2, Robert Napier1) was born abt 1758 in Virginia. She married Matthew Lewis .          
               
      Children of Elizabeth Brock and Matthew Lewis are:                              
      19i.John Lewis .                              
      20ii.Sarah Lewis .                              

      Descendant Register, Generation No. 6

      17.Moses Brock (George Brock10, George Brock9, Katherine Napier8, Robert Napier7, Patrick Napier6, Patrick Napier5, Mungo Napier4, Patrick Napier3, John Napier2, Robert Napier1) was born 1778 in Caswell County, North Carolina, and died aft 26 Mar 1831 in Mossy Creek, White County, Georgia. He married Rebecca ? 1798 in South Carolina. She was born 1780 in South Carolina, and died in Georgia.          
               
      Children of Moses Brock and Rebecca ? are:                         
      21i.three married daughters Brock was born 1795 - 1811.                         
      +22ii.Isaac Brock was born abt 1799 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died 17 Feb 1879 in Rockmart, Polk County, Georgia.                         
      23iii.James M. Brock was born abt 1802 in North Carolina, and died 22 Oct 1880 in Robertson County, Texas. He married Matilda A Jowers 11 Aug 1827 in Henry County, Alabama. She was born abt 1812 in South Carolina, and died 1870 in Livingston, Polk County, Texas.                         
      24iv.Reuben Brock was born abt 1803 in North Carolina, and died aft 1880 in Banks County, Georgia. He married Frances Watkins . She was born abt 1821 in Georgia, and died 1870 - 1880 in Georgia.                         
      +25v.John L Brock was born 30 Aug 1805 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died 10 Dec 1890 in Paulding County, Georgia.                         
      26vi.James David Brock was born abt 1807 in North Carolina, and died bef 1831 in Georgia.                         
      27vii.Hannah Brock was born abt 1815.                         
      28viii.Rebecca Brock was born abt 1820.                         



      10. Robert3 Napier (Elizabeth2 Booth, Robert1)

      Child of Robert Napier is:

      22 i. Booth4 Napier.
      Endnotes

      1. The Jamestowne Society, Register of Qualifying Seventeenth Century Ancestors, (Richmond, VA July 2004), 3.
      2. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 5, p. 142.
      3. The Jamestowne Society, Register of Qualifying Seventeenth Century Ancestors, (Richmond, VA July 2004), 3.
      6. WfT CD#5 Pedigree 3901.
      7. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 234.
      9. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 11.
      10. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 204.
      11. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 11.
      12. Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler Quarterly History and Genealogy Magazine Volume I, (Genealogical Publishing Co, Balto, MD.), 174.
      13. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 204.
      14. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 11.
      15. York Co, VA Will Book 18, 230.
      16. William & Mary College Quarterly Historical Papers Vol. XX!V (1915), 55. Goodwin Families of American Supplement 1897. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 11.
      17. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 11.
      18. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 234.
      19. York Co, VA Deeds, Orders, Wills Book 15, 163 - 165.
      20. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 234.
      21. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 143.
      22. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 234.
      23. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 143.
      24. William & Mary Quarterly Vol 2, p. 11.
      25. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 143.
      26. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 212.
      27. York Co, VA Deeds, Orders, Wills Book 16, 506.
      28. William & Mary College Quarterly Historical Papers Vol. XX!V (1915), 55.
      29. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 212.
      30. York Co, VA Deeds, Orders, Wills Book 15, 365-367.
      31. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 143.
      32. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 234.
      33. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 143.
      34. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 234.
      35. Landon C. Bell, Charles Parish York County, Virginia History and Registers, (Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1932, 1984, 1996), 143.

      xt:      Napier, Patrick, son to Patrick N., barber to King Charles I., with Alexander Pennycuik, chirurgiane 09 May 1649
      Book:      Volume 5. The Register of Marriages. (Marriage)
      Collection:      Midlothian: Edinburgh - Register of Apprentices, 1583-1666 [4]
    Person ID I24  Booth Family
    Last Modified 31 Jan 2017 

    Father NAPIER Patrick, "Gent",   b. Abt 1608, Merchiston, Midlothian, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Nov 1659, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Mother WALLIS Joan,   b. Abt 1600, Merchiston, Midlothian, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1650, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 50 years) 
    Married 4 Jul 1628  St. Gregory's, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F571  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family BOOTH Elizabeth (Nmi),   b. 15 Nov 1641, Gloucester, VA (Belleville Plantation) Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1672, York County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 30 years) 
    Married Bef 10 Nov 1658  Jamestown, James City Cty, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 5
    Children 
     1. NAPIER Frances,   d. Yes, date unknown
     2. Capt. NAPIER Robert,   b. Bef 2 May 1660, Hampton Parish, York County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft May 1743, York County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 83 years)
    Last Modified 20 Mar 2006 
    Family ID F16  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsAlt. Birth - 1655 - Jamestown, James City Cty, Virginia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsImmigration - 25 Mar 1655 - York County, VA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - Bef 10 Nov 1658 - Jamestown, James City Cty, Virginia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 26 Feb 1688 - York County, VA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - New Kent County, VA Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S245] Early Virginia Immigrants; 16223-1666, Early Virginia Immigrants; 16223-1666.

    2. [S246] Napier, Patrick, 1655, by Peter Ford, Peter Ford, Gloucester, County, Va.

    3. [S1070] Linda Sue Doering, Ancestors of, Doering, Linda Sue. Supplied by compiler. (Reliability: 2).

    4. [S243] Deborah Shelton Wood, Deborah Shelton Wood.

    5. [S91] Per Roger Bartlett, who used Gene Carlton Clopton The Ancestors and Descendants of William Clopton of York County, Virgi.