Charles Edward Wells1

M, b. September 26, 1907, d. October 3, 1984
     Charles Edward Wells was buried at Ashland Cemetery, 1958 Belmont Street, Ashland, Boyd Co., Kentucky.1 He married Margaret Ann Gullett, daughter of Roy Gilbert Gullett Sr. and Katherine "Katie" Simpson.1 Charles Edward Wells was born on September 26, 1907.1 He died on October 3, 1984 at Ashland, Boyd Co., Kentucky, at age 77.1

Family

Margaret Ann Gullett b. July 21, 1931, d. January 18, 2008
Marriage*He married Margaret Ann Gullett, daughter of Roy Gilbert Gullett Sr. and Katherine "Katie" Simpson.1 
Children
  • Nancy Wells2
  • Keith E. Wells3
  • Mark E. Wells3

Citations

  1. [S4949] Ashland Cemetery, Boyd Co., KY, online http://www.findagrave.com/
  2. [S1420] Columbus Dispatch, The, From the Margaret Ann Boggs obituary in the Jan 20, 2008 edition.
  3. [S1323] Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Kentucky Birth Index, 1911-1999.

Capt. Richard Drummond II1

M, b. circa 1692, d. before April 4, 1732
FatherCapt. Richard Drummond1 b. circa 1666, d. 1720
MotherAnne Tilney1 b. circa February 3, 1650, d. before July 6, 1736
     Capt. Richard Drummond II was born circa 1692 at Hunting Creek, Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He married Anne Hack, daughter of Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack and Anne Wright, after February 18, 1711 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 Capt. Richard Drummond II Richard was named in his father's will on 24 February 1720 at Hunting Creek, Acc Co, VA. He was shown as a son Richard Drummond and given plantation where I now live including 1/2 of Half Moon Island. on February 24, 1720.1 He left a will on June 9, 1730; He made a will on 9 June 1730 at Accomack Co, VA. To wife Ann Drummond. To son Richard (under 21) plantation where I now live being 600 acres, including 1/2 of Half Moon Island. To son Spencer Drummond plantation purchased of Col. Solomon Ewell, being 300 acres. To son William Drummond plantation purchased of James Tatham lying on Guilford, being 200 acres. To son George Drummond plantation purchased of William Littleton lying on Hunting Creek being 200 acres, also my plantation which I bought of my brother Thomas Wise, lying near the Court House, being 450 acres. To daughter Elizabeth Drummond. To daughter Ann Drummond. My Exrs. to have power to sell 1500 acres of the land at Mossongo which I bought of Richard Lee, being in all 2500 acres, not to sell the part lying on the Creek, but to dispose of the back part, & the remaining 1000 acres I give to my 2 sons Spencer & William. Wife & 6 children residual legatees. Mother Ann Drummond to have her choice of a room in my house, a negro woman to wait on her & maintenance suitable for her during her natural life. Wife, Capt. Hancock Nickless & son Richard Drummond Exrs. (sons under 21) Witt: Samuel Spooner, John Justice, John Snead.1 He died before April 4, 1732 at Accomack Co., Virginia; It was on this date that his will was probated. Mark C. Lewis shows he died on 4 Jul 1732.1

Family

Anne Hack b. July 18, 1696, d. before November 27, 1770
Marriage*He married Anne Hack, daughter of Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack and Anne Wright, after February 18, 1711 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Anne Hack1

F, b. July 18, 1696, d. before November 27, 1770
FatherLt. Col. George Nicholas Hack1 b. before 1657, d. March, 1705
MotherAnne Wright1 b. circa 1660, d. before March 20, 1704/5
     Anne Hack was born on July 18, 1696 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 She married Capt. Richard Drummond II, son of Capt. Richard Drummond and Anne Tilney, after February 18, 1711 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 As of after February 18, 1711,her married name was Drummond.1 As of circa 1746,her married name was Buncle.1 Anne Hack married Alexander Buncle circa 1746 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 Anne Hack left a will on September 27, 1770; Anne made a will on 27 September 1770 at Allhallows Parish, Worcester Co, MD. She was shown as Anne Buncle, Widow of Alexander Buncle, late of the Parish of Allhallows in the County of Worcestor, Province of Maryland. To son William Drummond all the upper part of Lot No. 11 in Snow Hill Town with the dwelling house lately possessed by John Chaillie. To son William all my part of the profits arising from the "Excutory" of my deceased husband Alexander Buncle's estate To son William all the tract of land called in the patent Water Lotts lying contiguous to Snow Hill Town. To Anne Drummond, daughter of my son George Drummond, deceased part of Lot No. 11 & for want of heirs to her brother Richard Drummond, & should he die without issue or without disposing of same then to my son William Drummond. To the said Richard Drummond, son of my deceased son George, all my remaining part of Lot No. 11, reversion to his sister Anne Drummond, & for want of issue to my son William Drummond. Grandchildren Sally, Elizabeth, & George Drummond, children of my son William Drummond. Son William residual legatee & Exr. Witt: Robert Evans, Polly Martin, Esther Adams.1 She died before November 27, 1770 at Allhallows Parish, Worcester Co., Maryland.1

Family 1

Capt. Richard Drummond II b. circa 1692, d. before April 4, 1732
Marriage*She married Capt. Richard Drummond II, son of Capt. Richard Drummond and Anne Tilney, after February 18, 1711 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Child

Family 2

Alexander Buncle b. circa 1700, d. before September 27, 1770
Marriage*Anne Hack married Alexander Buncle circa 1746 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Capt. Richard Drummond1

M, b. circa 1666, d. 1720
FatherCapt. John Drummond1 b. circa 1637, d. before January 6, 1714
MotherPatience Hill1 b. circa 1649, d. before November 15, 1713
     Capt. Richard Drummond was born circa 1666 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He married Elizabeth Scarburgh circa 1688.1 Capt. Richard Drummond married Anne Tilney circa 1691.1 Capt. Richard Drummond died in 1720.1 He left a will on February 24, 1720 at Hunting Creek, Accomack Co., Virginia; To my son Scarburgh Drummond two good beds & furniture fit for them one to have curtains & vallians the other not. I also give my son Scarburgh twenty shillings. To my son Richard Drummond my plantation I now Live on including the half of Half Moon Island with appurtances thereunto belonging to him & his heirs for ever. I also give to my son Richard four Negros (viz) Summers Dick Hagar & Stepney and only the first child that the Negro Hager shall bring that shall live to the age of two years old. To my grandson Richard Drummond to him and his heirs lawfully begotten of his body & my will is that if my grandson should dye without such issue as aforesaid, that then I give the said child to my son Richard. I also give to my son Richard my still & all the apurtenances thereunto belonging ... To my grandaughter Elizabeth Drummond my negor girl named Sunter, but in case the aforesaid grandaughter sould dye without such issue that then I give the said girl to my grandson Richard, & in case my grandson Richard should die without such issue, I give the girl to my grandson Spencer. I also give to my granddaughter Elizabeth my smallest bed in the hall chamber & all the furniture thereunto belonging & half a dozen of new pewter dishes & a dozen of new pewter plates & a dozen of new pewter spoons & a peice of new diaper I bought of my son Richard & a peice of thred satin bought of Mr. William McEldo & a peice of fine calligoe bought of Mr. Andrew Dalrymple. To my son Richard Drummond five Negro's named as follows (viz) Lawrence, Robin. Bandy Bess & Ben and only the child that my negro Bess goes with. To my grandson Spencer Drummond my will is that my son Richard Drumond shall lend my son Scarburgh such nessesarys as he shall think convenient for his support & my will is also that if my son Scarburgh should marry & have lawful issue that then my son Richard to pay a young negro to each of three of his first children when they shall come to to age of two years old the said young Negro to be of the same age or thereabouts. To my son Richard Drummond all my personal estate he lending to his brother Scarburgh such of the same as he & my brother Hill Drummond shall think nessary for him. I do also constitute and appoint my brother Hill Drummond & my son Richard Drummond to be my whole & sole Executors. Witt: Hancock Nickless, Joseph Litchfield, Jacob Litchfield, Joachim Michael. Prob: Proved by the oaths of Hancock Nickless Joseph Litchfield & Joachim Michael three of the witnesses to the same.1 He left a will on May 3, 1720 at Accomack Co., Virginia; Will probated.1

Family 1

Elizabeth Scarburgh b. circa 1671, d. before April 6, 1700
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Scarburgh circa 1688.1 

Family 2

Anne Tilney b. circa February 3, 1650, d. before July 6, 1736
Marriage*Capt. Richard Drummond married Anne Tilney circa 1691.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Anne Tilney1

F, b. circa February 3, 1650, d. before July 6, 1736
     Anne Tilney was born circa February 3, 1650 at Northampton Co., Virginia.1 As of circa 1688,her married name was Drummond.1 She married Capt. Richard Drummond, son of Capt. John Drummond and Patience Hill, circa 1691.1 Anne Tilney Anne was named in her father's will on 6 April 1700 at Northampton Co, VA. She was shown as my daughter Ann Drummond, wife of Richard Drummond, and given 1 shilling in the will of John Tilney, Gent. on April 6, 1700.1 She Anne was named in her son's will on 9 June 1730 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as mother Ann Drummond in the will of Richard Drummond, wife Ann. She was to have her choice of a room in my house, a negro woman to wait on her & maintenance suitable for her during her natural life. on June 9, 1730.1 She left a will on April 1, 1733 at Accomack Co., Virginia; She made a will on 1 April 1733 at Accomack Co, VA. To daughter Ann Drummond, widow of my son Richard Drummond, whole estate real & personal. Ann Drummond Extr. Witt: William Arbuckle, Jonathan Baker & Richard Drummond.1 She died before July 6, 1736 at Accomack Co., Virginia; Anne died before 6 July 1736 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that her will was probated. Mark C. Lewis shows she died on 1 Aug 1736.1

Family

Capt. Richard Drummond b. circa 1666, d. 1720
Marriage*She married Capt. Richard Drummond, son of Capt. John Drummond and Patience Hill, circa 1691.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Capt. John Drummond1

M, b. circa 1637, d. before January 6, 1714
FatherRichard Drummond1 b. circa 1610
     Capt. John Drummond was born circa 1637 at England; John Drummond gave several depositions in Accomack Court in which his age was given. The first, on 22 May 1663, states he was about 26 years old, placing his birth circa 1637.1 He John was named as a headright on 10 March 1652 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that John Drummen (sic) was shown as a headright for Jenkin Price when he was granted 100 acres in N'hamp County. Jenkin Price patented 800 acres in N'hamp County on 26 Apr 1655, apparently a repatent of the first 100 acres plus 700 additional ones, for John Drummer (sic) was again named as a headright. on March 10, 1652.1 He John Drummond's name appeared a number of times in early Accomack records, which started in 1663. He was appointed a constable "from the head of Cradock Creek to the head of Pungoteague Creek" on 21 Apr 1663. On 17 Jan 1666 John Drummond was to be sworn as constable "from Pocomoke to the south side of Deepe Creek on the Bay Side and to Mattomkin Bridge on the Sea Side. He served on jury duty many times in the early years. On 19 Nov 1677 Herbert Jeffreys, Governor of Virginia, appointed eight "honest persons as county justices and commissioners for monthly courts. John Drummond was one of those named (Acc Co Orders 1676-1678, pp. 69 & 70). On 6 Apr 1697 when the will of John Lewis Senr. was presented to court for probate, John Drummond, one of the witnesses thereto, "being present in court did declare after the manner of Quakers in ye presence of God that he writ the said will and saw it signed and sealed by the testator (Acc Co Orders 1690-1697, pp. 234 & 235). in 1663.1 He He was on the list of tithables at Accomack Co, VA, in 1663. He was shown as Jno. Durmon with 3 tithes. in 1663.1 He married Patience Hill, daughter of Capt. Richard Hill and Mary Drake, circa 1666 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 Capt. John Drummond John was named as an heir on 31 July 1668 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that William Gowers named John Drummond & his sons Richard & John Drummond in his will. on July 31, 1668.1 He John patented land on 18 September 1672 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that John Drummond was granted a patent for 800 acres. He bought 600 acres from Richard Bundick and wife Ruth on 25 Mar 1673. This was part of the land Richard Bundick had patented in Parker's Neck, and John Drummond left it to his sons Robert & James in 1714. He also bought 300 acres from Gentlemen John Custis in 1690, land he and wife Patience sold to John Taylor in 1705. (NOTE: Nothing has been found of the 800 acres John Drummond patented in 1672. Evidently this was land someone else had already claimed and land patent did not hold. There is no record of this patent in the Virginia Land Patents in Richmond and John Drummond did not leave it in this will, nor has any record been found of him selling it.) on September 18, 1672.1 He John Drummond, who died in 1713, was one of the Trustees of the Guilford Quaker Meetinghouse at Muddy Creek in Accomack County from 1679 to 1692. in 1679.1 He The Quit Rents of Virginia compiled by Annie Laurie Wright Smith, shows John Drummond owning 1,550 acres in Accomack County in 1704. in 1704.1 He left a will on October 10, 1713 at Accomack Co., Virginia; He made a will on 10 October 1713 at Accomack Co, VA. To 2 sons James & Robert 550 acres on the seaside, James to have that part lying on Arcadia Branch. Son Hill Drummond. Son Richard Drummond. Grandaughter Patience Allen. Daughter Margaret Bagwell. Daughter Mary Chance. Grandson John Drummond, son of Hill. Son John Drummond. 5 sons Richard, Hill, James, Drake & Robert Ex'rs. Grandson James Allen. Grandsons Scarburgh & Richard, his brother. Grandson Richard Drummond. Witt: Robert Jones, William Northam, Ann Drummond, Patience Miles.1 He died before January 6, 1714 at Accomack Co., Virginia; It was on this date that his will was probated.1

Family

Patience Hill b. circa 1649, d. before November 15, 1713
Marriage*He married Patience Hill, daughter of Capt. Richard Hill and Mary Drake, circa 1666 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Patience Hill1

F, b. circa 1649, d. before November 15, 1713
FatherCapt. Richard Hill1 b. circa 1608, d. before November 21, 1664
MotherMary Drake1 b. 1625
     Patience Hill John Drummond's wife was Patience Hill, a daughter of Capt. Richard Hill, who died testate in 1694, naming a daughter as Patience Drummond. He left his 1100 acres on the south side of Hunting Creek to two of Patience's sons, Richard Drummond (his part today called Hills Farm) and John Drummond. Richard Hill also said in his will that John Drummond was living on the land he was leaving to his grandsons.1 She was born circa 1649 at Westmoreland Co., Virginia.1 She married Capt. John Drummond, son of Richard Drummond, circa 1666 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 As of circa 1666,her married name was Drummond.1 Patience Hill died before November 15, 1713 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1

Family

Capt. John Drummond b. circa 1637, d. before January 6, 1714
Marriage*She married Capt. John Drummond, son of Richard Drummond, circa 1666 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Richard Drummond1

M, b. circa 1610
     Richard Drummond was born circa 1610 at England.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Capt. Richard Hill1,2

M, b. circa 1608, d. before November 21, 1664
     Capt. Richard Hill The following account of Captain Richard Hill was taken from Ayres - Dawson and Allied Lines, Volume 1, pages 95-148, by Henrietta Dawson (Ayres) Sheppard, printed by The American Historical Company, Inc., New York, 1961. Captain Richard Hill was a co-founder of the Providence of Maryland. He was born in England circa 1608-10 and was one of the 320 voyagers that came to St. Mary's County in the vessels the Ark and the Dove that sailed from Gravesend, England in 1633. They stopped at Isle of Wright and departed from Cowes, England on 22 Nov 1633 and landed in Maryland on 25 Mary 1634. He was one of the 15 ablemen who were selected for Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore, by his brother Leonard Calvert, because of the technical abilities to construct a new settlement. He was a carpenter and joiner. His name was first recorded in Maryland as Hills. He was first mentioned in the records of the settlement on 21 Feb 1638/39. Sometime between 1635 and 1640 Richard Hill, carpenter, made a trip across the Chesapeake Bay to the Eastern Shore of Virginia to the region of Drake's Neck on the bay side, where he meet Robert Drake Jr., Gent., and thereafter married his sister Mary Drake, daughter of Robert Drake Sr., Gent., dec'd. The Drakes had settled there as early as 1634. Captain Richard Hill of Maryland was not the Richard Hill, a 13 year old servant, who in 1635 was brought into Accomack Co from England by William Melling, Gent. On 1 Feb 1642/3 he was named to a jury in St. Mary's County, MD and on 16 Mar 1642/3 Richard Hills, carpenter, brought suit against David Whitcliff for 340 lbs tobacco. This David Wickliffe later moved across the Potomac River to Wakefield in Washington Parish, Westmoreland County and his daughter married John Washington of Bridges Creek. On 11 Jan 1643/4 Richard Hill, carpenter, brought suit against John Hollis for 500 lbs tobacco and on 7 Oct 1644 Richard Hills, carpenter, brought suit against Joseph Edlo for 600 lbs tobacco and William Tompson, administrator of the estate of Robert Tuttey dec'd paid Rich: Hill 40 lbs tobacco. All of these court actions too place in St. Mary's County, MD, after which his name disappears from Maryland records for 5 years. After leaving Maryland late in 1644 or early 1645, and moving to Westmoreland Co, VA, only twice later in his life does Richard Hill appear as having dealings with Marylanders, in 1649 and 1650. In 1645 he evidently made a journey to England and returned to Accomack County by 18 Jun 1647 with his wife Mary, a daughter of Robert Drake, Gent., and Joan (Gawton) Drake, of the noted Drake family of Devonshire, Dorset, London and vicinity, whom was in Accomack County by 1634, and their daughter Mary Hill. It was not until 10 May 1652, almost 5 years later, that he exercised his right to the 300 acres. During these 5 years he crossed over the Chesapeake Bay with his family and entered upon some ventures in the part of Northumberland Co, VA that in July 1653 became set off from that county as the new county of Westmoreland. It was in that part of the Westmoreland region that his son Richard Hill Junior and daughter Patience were most likely born. On 24 Jan 1651/2 Richard Hill was on a jury in Northumberland Co, VA. On 30 Mar 1652 he was on a visit to Northampton Co, VA when he gave the oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth of England. On 10 May 1652 Richard Hill returned briefly to the northern part of N'hamp Co (now Accomack Co) when he made use of the certificate for 300 acres of land near his wife relatives. Capt. Richard Hill, who evidently had a sailing vessel, seems to have entered into speculation in lands in Westmoreland County over considerable periods of time. He began purchases of land in there about 1655, while holding the land on the Eastern Shore near his wife's family. On 12 Jul 1655 he purchased 300 acres in Westmoreland County from John Brooke which was at the head of Pope's Creek. On 14 Feb 1660/1 Richard Hill and wife Mary, when living between Pope's Creek and Mattox Creek in Appomattox Parish, later named Washington Parish, sold nearly all of the 300 acres to Richard Griffin. On 4 Sep 1661 Richard Hill received a patent in Westmoreland County for 663 ½ acres on the south side of Potomac River, 500 acres on Pope's Creek. On 18 Aug 1662 Richard Hill and his wife Mary sold 63 ½ acres to John Fissell. By this time Richard Hill and his wife Mary decided to remove permanently to the Eastern Shore of Virginia where her Drake family and other lived on land adjoining Richard's 300 acres. On 29 Oct 1662 Richard began to "cash in" on the 20 headrights he had obtained as a certificate was granted to Richard Hill Senior for 1,000 acres due him for a list of 20 individuals, including a John Ayres. On 23 Feb 1663 he was granted a patent in Accomack County for 1,000 acres at Hunting Creek bounded on the north by the creek, and running southerly towards Deep Creek. He called a part of his land on Hunting Creek as on Drake's Neck. His son Richard Hill Junior had become of age and on the same date, 23 Feb 1663, and was allowed by his father to turn in 4 headrights and to receive for them 200 acres of land in Accomack County in the woods near the head of Occahannock Creek adjoining a great swamp separating it from the land of William Taylor. On 2 Sep 1664 Richard Hill Junior was granted a patent for 650 acres near the head of Occahannock Creek near Alphonso Ball, James Gray, William Taylor and Bartholomew Meares, 200 from the above and 450 more for transporting 9 other persons. On 29 May 1665 Richard Hill Senior and his wife Mary made their last sale of property in Westmoreland County on Pope's Creek (now called Wakefield) next door to Col. John Washington. On 17 Dec 1667 Capt. Richard Hill appears as a Justice of the Accomack Court and served for several years. He was reappointed on 17 May 1675. When Capt. Richard Hill wrote his will on 26 Mar 1688 he did not name his son Richard Hill Junior. Evidently Richard Junior had gone to England; he had become a master mariner, succeeding his father and so became entitled to the designation of Captain. On 16 Aug 1690 the Lt. Governor of Virginia, Francis Nicholson, had received a letter from the gentlemen that preserve the peace and execute laws in Maryland wherein they informed him that one Capt. Richard Hill an inhabitant in Maryland who was now on board a ship in the fleet going for England had uttered diverse treasonable words against their Majesty and had raised forces to oppose their Majesty's interest in Maryland. This Richard Hill Jr. had left Accomack County before Aug 1687 and before then had settled in Somerset Co, MD. The 29 Aug 1687 will of William Stevens of Rehoboth in Pocomoke, Somerset Co, MD referred to the plantation on which Richard Hill now lives as tenant of Edmund Howard. Richard seems to have received his patrimony long before his father died and thereafter to have followed his own inclinations.1 He was born circa 1608 at England.1 He He came to Maryland in the Ark and the Dove expedition in 1633, one of 320 adventurers who, upon their arrival, founded the Province of Maryland. His name was first recorded in Maryland as Hills. in 1633.1 He married Mary Drake, daughter of Robert Drake and Joanne Gawton, circa 1645.2 Capt. Richard Hill Richard patented land on 18 June 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that a certificate was granted to Rich. Hill for 300 acres of land due him by 3 assignments from Edm. Scarburgh being: Thos. Edmonds, Rich. Harris & Hen. Peters and for his own rights for transporting Mary Hill Senr, Mary Hill Junr & Thos. Holle. on June 18, 1647.1 He He gave a deposition on 30 August 1647 at Northampton Co, VA. The deposition of Rich: Hill, taken in open court, saith that in July, was twelve months, Mr. Edm: Scarburgh (having occasion to go to Dunn) borrowed a mare of Mr. Jno Pottes; the said Mr. Scarburgh rod upon his own horse, and this deponent rod upon Mr. Pottes mare, and we rod but at a foot pace backward & forward only the plain path between Dunn & Piminoe, we rode at a hand gallop. And when we came home we walked the mare half an hour & better (to the best of our judgment) the mare was then well. Furthermore this Deponent saith that when the mare was brought home & turned out, she hung down her head & would not feed. Signed Rich: Hill. on August 30, 1647.1 He He received by deed of gift in 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that John Parramore gave a gift of cattle to Thomas Hunt and wife Joan (his mother-in-law), Richard Hill (husband of his wife's sister Mary Drake) and John Potts for his (Parramore's) children Thomas, John and Elizabeth, their mother being death. in 1651.1 He He took the oath of allegiance to hereby engage and promise to be true and faithful to the Commonwealth of England as it is now established without King or House of Lords on 30 March 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. He was shown as Richard Hill. on March 30, 1651.1 He Richard patented land on 23 February 1663 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that Richard Hill Senior was granted 1,000 acres at Hunting Creek bounded on the North by said Creek, running Westerly down the same & Southerly towards Deep Creek for transporting 20 persons into the colony, including Jno. Ayres. on February 23, 1663.1 He died before November 21, 1664 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He left a will on March 26, 1688; Capt. Richard Hill of Hunting Creek. To grandson Francis Ayres 200 acres at the head of Hunting Creek known as Drakes Neck. To John Ayres Jr. 200 acres adjoining his brother Francis. To Richard Hill Ayres 300 acres at "Chingoteage," to his two brothers, Edmond & Henry Ayres plantation where his father now lives after the death of their mother and father. To 2 grandsons Richard & John Drummond, which said John Drummond was born 21 Mar 1687/8, sons of John Drummond, 1100 acres where I now live. To grandson Hill Drummond 300 acres at "Chingotege," being 1/2 of my divident and plantation and the other 300 acres to Richard Ayres aforesaid. To grandson Steven Drummond 300 acres in Drakes Neck. To Drake Drummond 300 acres in Drakes Neck. Wife Mary Hill Executrix. John Ayres & John Drummond Executors. Wife to have personal estate for life then to my daughters Mary Ayres and Patience Drummond. Witnesses: Nicholas Hill, John Lewis and Richard Grinnold.1 He left a will on November 21, 1694 at Accomack Co., Virginia; Will probated.1

Family

Mary Drake b. 1625
Marriage*He married Mary Drake, daughter of Robert Drake and Joanne Gawton, circa 1645.2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S1242] Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.

Mary Drake1,2

F, b. 1625
FatherRobert Drake1 b. before July 4, 1591, d. before September 8, 1636
MotherJoanne Gawton1 b. November 17, 1602, d. before February 26, 1657
     Mary Drake was born in 1625 at Richmond, County Surry, England.1 She married Capt. Richard Hill circa 1645.2 As of circa 1645,her married name was Hill.1 Mary Drake Mary Drake served on a jury on 17 April 1677 at Accomack Co, VA. Richard Hill summoned a jury of inquest to investigate the death of a bastard child born to Elizabeth Man, who was "privately delivered thereof contrary to law." The jury found several injuries on the child, so it was ordered that the sheriff take Eliz. Man into custody till the next court, where she was to appear for further questioning. Ordered that Mary Aires, Mary Finlow, An Brown, and Christian Blacklock be summoned to testify. The jury's verdict concerning a bastard child born to Elizabeth Man, who reported that it was stillborn: the child was injured on the left breast and in the mouth, and since Eliz. Man was delivered privately, they questioned her "for further light", as they did the reputed father, Peter Booty, who was the first person that came into the house. The jury found that their stories varied. Signed 26 March 1677, by: Mary Aires, Christian Blacklock, Ann Browne, Patience Drumond, Mary Finlow, Marie Hill, Rebecca Karte, Lucretia Lewis, Elizabeth Loame, Eleanor Macklamie, Ann Marshall, Ann Ternan. on April 17, 1677.1 She The widow Mary Hill was alive on 22 Mar 1692 as she testified in Accomack court. She subscribed that she was at the birth of one of Mr. Jno. West & Mrs. Matilda Wests sons which is named Jonathan, born about 5 or 6 weeks as I remember after the birth of my grandson Edmond Ayres, the son of John & Mary Ayres, and do farther say that I was at the the birth of most of Mr. & Mrs. West's children and have been acquainted with them, did never know any other child of theirs of the name Jonathan. The day and year Jonathan was born is not remembered by me. on March 22, 1692.1

Family

Capt. Richard Hill b. circa 1608, d. before November 21, 1664
Marriage*She married Capt. Richard Hill circa 1645.2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S1242] Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.

Robert Drake1

M, b. before July 4, 1591, d. before September 8, 1636
FatherHenry Drake1 b. 1548, d. December 31, 1609
MotherMary Lee1 b. circa 1571
     Robert Drake was born before July 4, 1591 at St Clement Danes, County Surry, England.1 He married Joanne Gawton, daughter of Thomas Gawton and Patience Best, on June 6, 1622 at Merstham, County Surry, England. Robert Drake Immigrated to the States before 1636.1 He died before September 8, 1636 at Northampton Co., Virginia.1 He On 8 Sep 1636 Robert Drake was granted 200 acres in Accomack County, VA. Beginning from the half way tree, runing S.E. into the woods & W. upon the maine baye. Due in right of his late father Robert Drake, whoe at his owne costs did transport himselfe, the sd. Robert his sonn, Joane Drake his wife & Elizabeth Drake his daughter. on September 8, 1636.1

Family

Joanne Gawton b. November 17, 1602, d. before February 26, 1657
Marriage*He married Joanne Gawton, daughter of Thomas Gawton and Patience Best, on June 6, 1622 at Merstham, County Surry, England. 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Joanne Gawton1

F, b. November 17, 1602, d. before February 26, 1657
FatherThomas Gawton1 b. 1573, d. before November 18, 1627
MotherPatience Best1 b. 1582, d. before November 24, 1625
     Joanne Gawton was born on November 17, 1602 at Rygate, County Surry, England.1 She married Robert Drake, son of Henry Drake and Mary Lee, on June 6, 1622 at Merstham, County Surry, England. As of June 6, 1622,her married name was Drake.1 As of circa 1637,her married name was Hunt.1 Joanne Gawton married Thomas Hunt I, Gent. circa 1637 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 Joanne Gawton Joane made a will on 20 January 1656/57 at Northampton Co, VA. In her will Joane Hunt, widow of Thomas Hunt Sr, gave to daughter Frances Bibbye all my clothes, my wedding ring and silver bodkin. To Thomas Parramore one serge suit, and to Frances Parramore a calf. To my grandchild Mary Hill one cow calf. And to Patience Hill one cow calf. To my grandchild Elizabeth Beby one mare coult (when it shall please god that my son Thomas Hunt buys a mare), she to receive the 1st mare coult. To each of my son Drak's two children a cow calf. To Mary Beck's child one cow calf when the mother is free. To my mayde Ann Dreyton one cow calf when she is free. Remaining estate to my son Thomas Hunt. Witt: Allexander Maxwell, James Camwell. (Marshall's NOTE: Mary Eires is the eldest dau. of Richard Hill.) on January 20, 1657.1 She died before February 26, 1657 at Northampton Co., Virginia.1

Family 1

Robert Drake b. before July 4, 1591, d. before September 8, 1636
Marriage*She married Robert Drake, son of Henry Drake and Mary Lee, on June 6, 1622 at Merstham, County Surry, England. 
Child

Family 2

Thomas Hunt I, Gent. b. circa 1598, d. before January 29, 1956
Marriage*Joanne Gawton married Thomas Hunt I, Gent. circa 1637 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack1

M, b. before 1657, d. March, 1705
FatherDr. George Nicholas Hacke1,2 b. circa 1637
MotherAnne Leisler Herman1,2 b. circa 1640
     Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack was born before 1657 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He married Anne Wright, daughter of Capt. Richard Wright and Anne Mottrom, circa 1678 at Virginia.1 Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack died in March, 1705 at Hack's Neck, Accomack Co., Virginia.3 He left a will on April 4, 1705 at Accomack Co., Virginia; Will probated.1

Family

Anne Wright b. circa 1660, d. before March 20, 1704/5
Marriage*He married Anne Wright, daughter of Capt. Richard Wright and Anne Mottrom, circa 1678 at Virginia.1 
Child
  • Anne Hack+1 b. July 18, 1696, d. before November 27, 1770

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S5016] Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden, A Genealogy of the Glassell Family of Scotland and Virginia.
  3. [S5247] Ancestor Sketches: A Closer Look at Our Ancestors Prepared by Members of the Chesapeake Bay Company, online http://jamestownechesapeakebaycompany.com/Ancestor_Sketches_Of_Members_Of_The_Chesapeake_Bay_Company_Of_The_Jamestowne_Society.htm

Anne Wright1

F, b. circa 1660, d. before March 20, 1704/5
FatherCapt. Richard Wright2 b. circa 1633, d. before December 10, 1663
MotherAnne Mottrom2 b. 1639, d. 1713
     Anne Wright was born circa 1660 at Northumberland Co., Virginia.1 She married Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack, son of Dr. George Nicholas Hacke and Anne Leisler Herman, circa 1678 at Virginia.1 As of circa 1678,her married name was Hack.1 Anne Wright died before March 20, 1704/5 at Accomack Co., Virginia; She was not named in her husband's will.1

Family

Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack b. before 1657, d. March, 1705
Marriage*She married Lt. Col. George Nicholas Hack, son of Dr. George Nicholas Hacke and Anne Leisler Herman, circa 1678 at Virginia.1 
Child
  • Anne Hack+1 b. July 18, 1696, d. before November 27, 1770

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S5247] Ancestor Sketches: A Closer Look at Our Ancestors Prepared by Members of the Chesapeake Bay Company, online http://jamestownechesapeakebaycompany.com/Ancestor_Sketches_Of_Members_Of_The_Chesapeake_Bay_Company_Of_The_Jamestowne_Society.htm

Capt. Richard Wright1,2

M, b. circa 1633, d. before December 10, 1663
FatherFrancis Wright II2 b. circa 1600, d. 1665
MotherAnne Merriton2 b. circa 1605, d. March 19, 1670
     Capt. Richard Wright was born circa 1633 at London, England.1,2 He married Anne Mottrom, daughter of Col. John Mottrom, in 1656 at Northumberland Co., Virginia.1,2 Capt. Richard Wright Richard Wright patented land on 7 October 1658 at Potomac River, Westmoreland Co, VA. It contained 2,200 acres which included land left to his wife by her father. on October 7, 1658.2 He died before December 10, 1663 at Chicacoan, Northumberland Co., Virginia; It was on this date that his will was proved.2

Family

Anne Mottrom b. 1639, d. 1713
Marriage*He married Anne Mottrom, daughter of Col. John Mottrom, in 1656 at Northumberland Co., Virginia.1,2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1246] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900.
  2. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  3. [S5247] Ancestor Sketches: A Closer Look at Our Ancestors Prepared by Members of the Chesapeake Bay Company, online http://jamestownechesapeakebaycompany.com/Ancestor_Sketches_Of_Members_Of_The_Chesapeake_Bay_Company_Of_The_Jamestowne_Society.htm

Anne Mottrom1,2

F, b. 1639, d. 1713
FatherCol. John Mottrom3 b. circa 1610, d. circa 1655
     Her married name was Codd.3 Her married name was Fox.3 Anne Mottrom married David Fox.3 Anne Mottrom married St. Leger Codd.3 Anne Mottrom was born in 1639 at England.2,3 She married Capt. Richard Wright, son of Francis Wright II and Anne Merriton, in 1656 at Northumberland Co., Virginia.1,4 As of 1656,her married name was Wright.4 Anne Mottrom died in 1713 at Virginia.3

Family 1

St. Leger Codd
Marriage*She married St. Leger Codd.3 

Family 2

David Fox
Marriage*Anne Mottrom married David Fox.3 

Family 3

Capt. Richard Wright b. circa 1633, d. before December 10, 1663
Marriage*Anne Mottrom married Capt. Richard Wright, son of Francis Wright II and Anne Merriton, in 1656 at Northumberland Co., Virginia.1,4 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1246] Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900.
  2. [S5011] Comp. Godfrey Memorial Library, American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI).
  3. [S5247] Ancestor Sketches: A Closer Look at Our Ancestors Prepared by Members of the Chesapeake Bay Company, online http://jamestownechesapeakebaycompany.com/Ancestor_Sketches_Of_Members_Of_The_Chesapeake_Bay_Company_Of_The_Jamestowne_Society.htm
  4. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Dr. George Nicholas Hacke1,2

M, b. circa 1637
     Dr. George Nicholas Hacke was born circa 1637 at Cologne, Germany.1,2 He married Anne Leisler Herman circa 1657.1,2

Family

Anne Leisler Herman b. circa 1640
Marriage*Dr. George Nicholas Hacke married Anne Leisler Herman circa 1657.1,2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S5016] Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden, A Genealogy of the Glassell Family of Scotland and Virginia.

Anne Leisler Herman1,2

F, b. circa 1640
     Anne Leisler Herman was born circa 1640.1 She married Dr. George Nicholas Hacke circa 1657.1,2 As of circa 1657,her married name was Hacke.1,2

Family

Dr. George Nicholas Hacke b. circa 1637
Marriage*Anne Leisler Herman married Dr. George Nicholas Hacke circa 1657.1,2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S5016] Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden, A Genealogy of the Glassell Family of Scotland and Virginia.

Spencer Drummond1

M, b. circa 1790, d. after February 24, 1851
FatherCharles Drummond1 b. circa 1750, d. before July 29, 1822
MotherComfort Drummond1 b. circa 1760, d. before May 29, 1823
     Spencer Drummond was born circa 1790 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He died after February 24, 1851 at Accomack Co., Virginia; Spencer was named as an heir on 24 February 1851 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that Spencer Drummond was named as a child of Comfort Drummond, who was a sister of James Drummond who died in the Rev. War.1

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Sarah Ann "Sally" Drummond1

F, b. circa 1785, d. after February 24, 1851
FatherCharles Drummond1 b. circa 1750, d. before July 29, 1822
MotherComfort Drummond1 b. circa 1760, d. before May 29, 1823
     Sarah Ann "Sally" Drummond was born circa 1785 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 As of March 31, 1807,her married name was Corbin.1 She married Coventon Corbin on March 31, 1807 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 Sarah Ann "Sally" Drummond died after February 24, 1851 at Accomack Co., Virginia; Sarah was named as an heir on 24 February 1851 at Accomack Co, VA. It was on this date that Sally Corbin was named as a child of Comfort Drummond, who was a sister of James Drummond who died in the Rev. War.1

Family

Coventon Corbin b. circa 1770, d. circa 1845
Marriage*She married Coventon Corbin on March 31, 1807 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

William H. Drummond1

M, b. circa 1786, d. after 1850
FatherCharles Drummond1 b. circa 1750, d. before July 29, 1822
MotherComfort Drummond1 b. circa 1760, d. before May 29, 1823
     William H. Drummond was born circa 1786 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He married Ann Delastatius on January 3, 1814 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 William H. Drummond married Mary Elizabeth Thomas circa 1835.1 William H. Drummond died after 1850 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1

Family 1

Ann Delastatius b. circa 1795, d. circa 1835
Marriage*He married Ann Delastatius on January 3, 1814 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 

Family 2

Mary Elizabeth Thomas b. circa 1819, d. before 1870
Marriage*William H. Drummond married Mary Elizabeth Thomas circa 1835.1 

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

John C. Drummond1

M, b. circa 1800, d. April, 1832
FatherCharles Drummond1 b. circa 1750, d. before July 29, 1822
MotherComfort Drummond1 b. circa 1760, d. before May 29, 1823
     John C. Drummond was buried at Congressional Cemetery, 1801 East Street Southeast, Washington, D.C..2 He was born circa 1800 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He married Ann Temperance "Nancy" Drummond, daughter of Sgt. William Drummond Jr. and Anne Robinson Smith, on June 6, 1823 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 John C. Drummond died in April, 1832.2

Family

Ann Temperance "Nancy" Drummond b. circa 1795
Marriage*He married Ann Temperance "Nancy" Drummond, daughter of Sgt. William Drummond Jr. and Anne Robinson Smith, on June 6, 1823 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S2222] Wehle and Phelps, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wehlepc&id=I255

Anne Robinson Smith1

F, b. 1760, d. before July 31, 1809
FatherWilliam Robinson Smith1 b. May 30, 1730, d. December 17, 1759
MotherMary Robinson Wise1 b. February 19, 1730/31
     Anne Robinson Smith was born in 1760 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 As of circa 1776,her married name was Riley.1 She married John Riley circa 1776 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 Anne Robinson Smith married Sgt. William Drummond Jr., son of John Drummond III and Sarah Unknown, on April 14, 1786 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 As of April 14, 1786,her married name was Drummond.1 Anne Robinson Smith left a will on March 4, 1809; She made a will on 4 March 1809 at Accomack Co, VA. Son Thomas R. Riley Extr. To son Thomas R. Riley Negro man Daniel & ... To daughter Ann T. Drummond ... To son Richard H. Drummond ... To daughter Catharine S. Drummond ... To son Thomas R. Riley the remainder. Witt: Daniel Drummond, William Riley & William Rew. Prob: John Young & William Riley securities.2 She died before July 31, 1809 at Accomack Co., Virginia; It was on this date that his will was probated.

Census Records

1800St. George Parish, Accomack Co., VirginiaShe was shown as Ann Drummond, a head of household. Listed with her were 2 males 10-16 (probably Thomas R. Riley at 16 & William S. Drummond at 12); 1 male under 10 (probably Richard Hill Drummond at 7); 2 females 26-45 (herself at 40 and daughter Tabitha J. Riley at 26); 1 female 10-16 (probably daughter Betsy); and 2 females under 10 (daughters Anne T. & Catherine S.)1,2

Family 1

John Riley b. circa 1750, d. before January 25, 1785
Marriage*Anne Robinson Smith married John Riley circa 1776 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 

Family 2

Sgt. William Drummond Jr. b. circa 1749, d. before August 28, 1797
Marriage*Anne Robinson Smith married Sgt. William Drummond Jr., son of John Drummond III and Sarah Unknown, on April 14, 1786 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S749] National Archives and Records Administration, 1800 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S2222] Wehle and Phelps, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wehlepc&id=I255

John Drummond II1

M, b. March 21, 1688, d. before April 30, 1751
FatherCapt. John Drummond1 b. circa 1637, d. before January 6, 1714
MotherPatience Hill1 b. circa 1649, d. before November 15, 1713
     John Drummond II was born on March 21, 1688 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 He married Amy Parker, daughter of John Parker II and Bridgett Sacker, circa 1715 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 John Drummond II left a will on December 19, 1750; He made a will on 19 December 1750 at Accomack Co, VA. To son John Drummond 100 acres of land & marsh. To son Drake 100 acres of land & marsh adjcent his brother John. To son Stephen Drummond 100 acres land & marsh adjcent his brother Drake. To son Robert Drummond 100 acres land & marsh adjcent his brother Stephen. To son William Drummond 100 acres land & marsh adjcent his brother Robert. Wife to have the use of my plantation during her life. Daughter Abigail Drummond. Daughter Amy Drummond. To son Drake Drummond's 2 children. All my sons, John, Drake, Stephen, Robert & William to have an equal privilege of all my lands and marshes on half Moon Island. Bal. of estate to wife for life & then to be divided between all my children. Wife (no name) & sons John & Drake Exrs. Witt: Thomas Ryley, Betty Crowson, William Parker.1 He died before April 30, 1751 at Accomack Co., Virginia; It was on this date that his will was probated.1

Family

Amy Parker b. circa 1695
Marriage*He married Amy Parker, daughter of John Parker II and Bridgett Sacker, circa 1715 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm

Amy Parker1,2

F, b. circa 1695
FatherJohn Parker II1,2 b. circa 1662, d. before February 7, 1721
MotherBridgett Sacker1,2 b. circa 1664
     Amy Parker was born circa 1695 at Accomack Co., Virginia.2 As of circa 1710,her married name was Drummond.1 She married John Drummond II, son of Capt. John Drummond and Patience Hill, circa 1715 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1

Family

John Drummond II b. March 21, 1688, d. before April 30, 1751
Marriage*Amy Parker married John Drummond II, son of Capt. John Drummond and Patience Hill, circa 1715 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S1326] MilesFiles 21.1, 100’s of Families from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s, online http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm
  2. [S4436] AMEY ANDERSON - Compiled by Gail M. Walczyk, online http://easternshoreheritage.com/mothers/amey_anderson.htm