Scarburgh Robinson1,2

F, b. April 16, 1691, d. January 29, 1770
FatherCol. Tully Robinson Burgess Deep Creek2 b. August 31, 1658, d. November 12, 1723
MotherSara West2 b. circa 1666
     Scarburgh Robinson was buried at Wise Cemetery, Onancock, Accomack Co., Virginia.1,2 She was born on April 16, 1691 at Accomack Co., Virginia.2,1 She married Maj. John Wise III, son of Hon. John Wise II and Matilda Unknown, circa 1720.1 As of circa 1720,her married name was Wise.1 Scarburgh Robinson died on January 29, 1770 at Accomack Co., Virginia, at age 78.1,2

Family

Maj. John Wise III b. August 8, 1699, d. August 9, 1767
Marriage*She married Maj. John Wise III, son of Hon. John Wise II and Matilda Unknown, circa 1720.1 
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. [S10879] Wise Cemetery, Accomack Co., VA, online www.findagrave.com.

Col. Tully Robinson Burgess Deep Creek1,2

M, b. August 31, 1658, d. November 12, 1723
     Col. Tully Robinson Burgess Deep Creek was born on August 31, 1658 at Princess Anne Co., Virginia.2 He married Sara West, daughter of Lt. Col. John West Burgess and Matilda Scarburgh, circa 1684 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1,2 Col. Tully Robinson Burgess Deep Creek Tully received land as a gift in 1704. Col. Tully Robinson held 600 acres in Accomack, 500 acres in Princess Anne and other land in Norfolk County in 1704. He was a justice, sheriff and coroner of Accomack County and a member of the house of Burgesses 1699-1705, 1712-14, 1715, 1718 and 1722-23, and a captain and colonel of militia in Accomack County. in 1704.2 He left a will on November 1, 1723; He made a will on 1 November 1723 at Accomack Co, VA. In his will Tully Robinson gave to Jacoba Spires for life 35 acres near Burton's Branch, reversion to the eld. son of John Spires, deceased then living. To John Williams of Northampton 100 acres near Old Plantation Creek, formerly the land of Mr. Benjamin Robinson of Northampton, deceased, provided he pay his bond due me by the last of April 1724. To youngest daughter Ann Robinson (under 18) To daughter Mary Robinson. To son William Robinson. Daughter West Smith. Daughter Scarburgh Wise. Daughter Sarah Smith, Daughter Sarah McClenahan. To daughter Elizabeth Smith & John Smith, her husband. Grandson William Robinson Smith, son of Elizabeth & John Smith. Wife (no name) Exec. Witt: William Black, Daniel Fookes, Sarah Fookes.2 He died on November 12, 1723 at Accomack Co., Virginia, at age 65.2

Family

Sara West b. circa 1666
Marriage*He married Sara West, daughter of Lt. Col. John West Burgess and Matilda Scarburgh, circa 1684 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1,2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S10879] Wise Cemetery, Accomack Co., VA, online www.findagrave.com.
  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

Sara West1

F, b. circa 1666
FatherLt. Col. John West Burgess2 b. April 7, 1638, d. May 27, 1703
MotherMatilda Scarburgh2 b. 1645, d. January 3, 1721
     Sara West was born circa 1666 at Accomack Co., Virginia.2 She married Col. Tully Robinson Burgess Deep Creek circa 1684 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1,2 As of circa 1684,her married name was Robinson.2

Family

Col. Tully Robinson Burgess Deep Creek b. August 31, 1658, d. November 12, 1723
Marriage*Sara West married Col. Tully Robinson Burgess Deep Creek circa 1684 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1,2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S10879] Wise Cemetery, Accomack Co., VA, online www.findagrave.com.
  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

Lt. Col. John West Burgess1

M, b. April 7, 1638, d. May 27, 1703
FatherAnthony West1 b. circa 1600, d. before May 25, 1652
MotherAnne Atwood1 b. 1608, d. before March 17, 1679
     Lt. Col. John West Burgess John West deposed 10 Nov 1663 that he was aged 25 years or thereabouts. On 23 Dec 1650 he had been put in possession of 1600 acres in Northampton County which included the Herle tract. He was a carpenter and shipbuilder by trade and served Accomack County as commissioner, 1662-63, justice, 1663-1703, sheriff, 1667, and as captain, major and lieutenant colonel of militia, 1655-1703. He held 5250 acres in Accomack County, 1683. A patent issued to John West, 20 Oct 1661, for 250 acres in Northampton County recites that the land was granted to Matilda Scarburgh, 31 Mar 1655, and due said West as marrying with the said Scarburgh. His widow held 3600 acres in Accomack County, 1704 (Adventurers of Purse and Person, p. 663). For more on the descendants of Lt. Col. John West and Matilda Scarburgh see "Ames, Mears and Allied Lines of Accomack County Virginia," by Lucy Ames Edwards, pp. 171-176. He was a boatright.1 He was born on April 7, 1638 at Stepney, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England.1 He He was baptized on 13 April 1638 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Church, Stepney, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England. He was shown as John West, son of Anthony West and his wife Anne West, at St. Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England. Another record shows John West was Baptized on this same date, son of Anthony West & wife Anne, at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England. on April 13, 1638.1 He married Matilda Scarburgh, daughter of Col. Edmund Scarburgh and Mary Cade?, circa 1658 at Accomack Co., Virginia. Lt. Col. John West Burgess left a will on February 6, 1703; He made a will on 6 February 1703 at Accomack Co, VA. To son Anthony land at Nandua - Elizabeth is wife of Anthony. Grandson John, son of Anthony. To grandduaghters Matilda, Mary Scarburgh and Jean West, daughters of my son Anthony, the Ridge land without the Neck where Anthony now lives. To son Alexander plantation at Mossongo formerly known by the name of old Brookes land. To 4 youngest daughters Catherine, Mary, Ann and Scarburgh West (all under age 16). To eldest son John and son Benony land at Deep Creek; should both die without issue Benony's part to go to Alexander's eldest son and John's part to my son Jonathan. To son Jonathan land at Chicconessick Creek. To son John land at Pungoteague. To 5 daughters Catherine, Mary, Ann, Scarburgh and Matilda land at Deep Creek. To daughter Sarah Robinson, wife of Capt. Tully Robinson, plantation at Onancock called ye Folly, containing 600 acres for life and then to her 5 children, West, Elizabeth, Scarburgh, Sarah and Susanna. To daughter Frances Kellam land given her by deed. To Sarum, son of my daughter Frances, cattle, personalty. To John, the son of Sarah Glanning, dec'd, 100 acres at Gingoteague. To youngest son John West. To sons John West the younger and John West the elder. Wife Matilda Exec. and after her dec'd I appoint my son Jonathan Exr. Son-in-law Capt. Tully Robinson to assist my wife. To grandson Anthony, son of John West. To grandson John, the eldest son of my daughter Matilda Wise 100 acres. Witt: William Wise, John Wise Jr., Tabitha Hill, Geo: Nich: Hack, Patrick Morgan and Robert Hutchinson.1 He died on May 27, 1703 at Nandua, Accomack Co., Virginia, at age 65.1

Family

Matilda Scarburgh b. 1645, d. January 3, 1721
Marriage*He married Matilda Scarburgh, daughter of Col. Edmund Scarburgh and Mary Cade?, circa 1658 at Accomack Co., Virginia. 
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

Matilda Scarburgh1

F, b. 1645, d. January 3, 1721
FatherCol. Edmund Scarburgh1 b. 1617, d. May, 1671
MotherMary Cade?1 b. circa 1611, d. before December 15, 1691
     Matilda Scarburgh was born in 1645 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 She married Lt. Col. John West Burgess, son of Anthony West and Anne Atwood, circa 1658 at Accomack Co., Virginia. As of circa 1658,her married name was West. Matilda Scarburgh died on January 3, 1721 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1

Family

Lt. Col. John West Burgess b. April 7, 1638, d. May 27, 1703
Marriage*She married Lt. Col. John West Burgess, son of Anthony West and Anne Atwood, circa 1658 at Accomack Co., Virginia. 
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

Col. Edmund Scarburgh1,2

M, b. 1617, d. May, 1671
FatherCapt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess1 b. 1584, d. before February 19, 1634/35
MotherHannah "Anna" Smith1 b. circa 1594, d. after February 19, 1634/35
     Col. Edmund Scarburgh was buried at Scarborough Graveyard (also known as Hedra Cottage Cemetery), Craddockville, Accomack Co., Virginia.2,1 He Edmund Scarburgh, baptized 2 Oct 1617, probably accompanied his parents to Virginia. He deposed 26 Oct 1653, aged about 34, that he had lived in Virginia 22 years, but was born in London and was a trader with New Amsterdam. He was a witness in the "Accawmack" Court, March 1633/4, to a deed of sale of two wild cows by his father. In addition to the patent granted him upon the death of his father, he received also on the same date, 28 Nov 1635, 200 acres on the seaboard side in Accomack which had also been assigned previously to his father. He rose rapidly to a place of prominence in Virginia, serving as Burgess from Northampton 1643, 1645-48, 1652, 1656, 1660-62, and from Accomack 1666-70, was speaker of the House of Burgessess, 1645, Surveyor General of Virginia, 1665-70, King's Collector of quit-rents, 1663, and justice and sheriff of Northampton County. Colonel Edmund Scarburgh engaged extensively in maritime shipping and was part or sole owner of several vessels. His most important enterprise was the extraction of salt from sea water by evaporation for which he obtained a monopoly on the Eastern Shore. In his capacity as captain of militia and later as commander-in-chief of forces on the Eastern Shore, he led a number of raids against Indians. His difficulties with them led him to harsh and unjust treatment of the savages, on which and other charges he was tried and by order of the General Court, 1670, he was suspended from "all offices as well as military and civil until by his future obedience and fidelity it shall please the Right Honorable the Governor to restore him." He has been called arrogant, contentious and power hungry and had made, in 1663, an unofficial effort to annex the Maryland settlements at Annemessex and Manokin (now Dorchester and Somerset Counties, Maryland) to Accomack County by moving a boundary point thirty miles to the north. His death was noted by Governor Sir William Berkeley, 1671, and on 23 May 1671 his son Charles and his sons-in-law John West and Devorax Browne were granted letters of administration of his estate in place of Mary Scarburgh, relict of Edmund. His estate was much involved and included land holdings in Virginia and Maryland variously estimated to be between 46,000 and 75,000 acres (Adventurers of Purse and Person, 3rd Ed, pp. 542-543). Devoras Browne was appointed administrator for Col. Edmund Scarburgh's estate in 1672, but there was no order of qualification (Acc Co Orders, 1671-1673(iv), p. 188).1 He was born in 1617 at St. Martin's in-the-Fields, London, England.1 He married Mary Cade? circa 1638 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 Col. Edmund Scarburgh died in May, 1671 at Hedra Cottage, Onancock, Accomack Co., Virginia.1,2

Family

Mary Cade? b. circa 1611, d. before December 15, 1691
Marriage*He married Mary Cade? circa 1638 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. [S10880] Scarborough Graveyard, Accomack Co., VA, online www.findagrave.com.

Mary Cade?1

F, b. circa 1611, d. before December 15, 1691
     Mary Cade? was born circa 1611 at England.1 She married Col. Edmund Scarburgh, son of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess and Hannah "Anna" Smith, circa 1638 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1 As of circa 1638,her married name was Scarburgh.1 Mary Cade? left a will on June 14, 1691; She made a will on 14 June 1691 at Accomack Co, VA. She was shown as Mary Scarburgh, now resident at the house of Anthony West at Merry Branch. To grandson Anthony West. To his daughter Matilda. To daughter Matilda West. Son Charles Scarburgh. Daughter Tabitha Custis. Son Edmund Scarburgh. To grandson Edmund Scarburgh (under 12), son of Edmund Scarburgh. Granddaughter Mary West. Granddaughter Tabitha Custis. Daughter Matilda West and grandson Anthony West residual legatees and executors. Witt: James Alexander, Edward Marten, Tully Robinson, Richard Bally Jr. - Codicil: Revoking legacy to son Charles Scarburgh on account of his neglect. (Codicils dated 30 Sep 1691 & 16 Oct 1691).1 She died before December 15, 1691 at Merry Branch, Accomack Co., Virginia; It was on this date that his will was probated.1

Family

Col. Edmund Scarburgh b. 1617, d. May, 1671
Marriage*She married Col. Edmund Scarburgh, son of Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess and Hannah "Anna" Smith, circa 1638 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

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess1

M, b. 1584, d. before February 19, 1634/35
     Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess He was a Barrister. Captain Edmund Scarburgh lived for a time in St. Martin's-in-the-Fields parish, London. As requested in his father's will (5 Sep 1606) Edmund was admitted to Caius College, Cambridge, England, 15 Apr 1602 and remained at Caius College until he had taken the degree of barrister. Jennings Cropper Wise reported that he came to Virginia for the first time about 1620, leaving his family in England. However no proof of this has been found. By 1628-29 he had settled with his family on Magothy Bay on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, where he was a Commissioner for the Plantation of Accomack in 1631 and represented Accomack in the House of Burgesses in 1629, 1631, and 1632, and was presiding Commissioner of the first court held in Accomack County in 1632 and served until his death. He died intestate after 17 April 1634, the last time he served as a member of the Accomack Court, and prior to 9 January 1635, when Hannah Scarburgh, "widow," sold cattle to Captain Thomas Graves (Ames, Mears & Allied Lines, pp. 345-346). His wife Hannah "Scarborough" was also referred to as a widow on 19 Feb 1634/5 (N'hamp Orders, Wills, Deeds, etc, f. 48).1 He was born in 1584 at North Walsham, County Norfolk, England.1 He married Hannah "Anna" Smith, daughter of Rev. Edmund Smith and Alice Barry, before February 1, 1615 at England.1 Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess died before February 19, 1634/35 at Northampton Co., Virginia; It was on this date that the records referred to Hannah Scarborough widow.1

Family

Hannah "Anna" Smith b. circa 1594, d. after February 19, 1634/35
Marriage*He married Hannah "Anna" Smith, daughter of Rev. Edmund Smith and Alice Barry, before February 1, 1615 at England.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

Hannah "Anna" Smith1

F, b. circa 1594, d. after February 19, 1634/35
FatherRev. Edmund Smith1 b. 1564, d. after January 10, 1617/18
MotherAlice Barry1 b. circa 1575
     Hannah "Anna" Smith was born circa 1594 at London, England.1 As of circa 1610,her married name was Mercer.1 She married Ralph "Rodolph" Mercer circa 1610.1 Hannah "Anna" Smith married Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess before February 1, 1615 at England.1 As of before February 1, 1615,her married name was Scarburgh.1 Hannah "Anna" Smith died after February 19, 1634/35 at Northampton Co., Virginia.1

Family 1

Ralph "Rodolph" Mercer b. circa 1585, d. 1613
Marriage*She married Ralph "Rodolph" Mercer circa 1610.1 

Family 2

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess b. 1584, d. before February 19, 1634/35
Marriage*Hannah "Anna" Smith married Capt. Edmund Scarburgh I Burgess before February 1, 1615 at England.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

Ralph "Rodolph" Mercer1

M, b. circa 1585, d. 1613
     Ralph "Rodolph" Mercer was buried at Church of St. Mary, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Whales.1 He was born circa 1585.1 He married Hannah "Anna" Smith, daughter of Rev. Edmund Smith and Alice Barry, circa 1610.1 Ralph "Rodolph" Mercer died in 1613.1

Family

Hannah "Anna" Smith b. circa 1594, d. after February 19, 1634/35
Marriage*He married Hannah "Anna" Smith, daughter of Rev. Edmund Smith and Alice Barry, circa 1610.1 

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

Rev. Edmund Smith1

M, b. 1564, d. after January 10, 1617/18
FatherRobert Smith1 b. circa 1540
     Rev. Edmund Smith was born in 1564 at Harrow, Middlesex, England.1 He married Alice Barry, daughter of Nicholas Barry II and Anne Lording, on July 23, 1593 at St. Laurence Pountney, London, Middlesex, England.1 Rev. Edmund Smith left a will on January 10, 1617/18; Edmund made a will on 10 January 1617/18 at Pembrokeshire, England. In his will Edmund Smith, rector of Tenby in Pembrokeshire, England, stated: In the name of god Amen. This Tenth day of January in the fourteeth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord James King of England, I, Edmond Smith, Rector or parson of Tenbie, being poor in body but in good and perfect memory, love and praise be given unto God, do make this my last will and Testament in manner and forme followinge. First I bequeath my soule unto Allmighty God my only Saviour and Redeemer...my body to be buried in the church at Tenby. Item, I give unto my son Edmond Smyth the sum of one hundred pounds to be payed in manner and forme following, viz. at Christmas next (illegible) in the year of our lord 1618 (illegible) I give unto my son Edmond Smith all of my books and apparel. Item, I give unto my daughter Anna Scarbrough als Smith my best quilt (illegible) with (illegible) to be (illegible) for her presently after the proving of my will. Item, I give unto my grandson Charles Scarbrough five (?) markes to be payed (illegible) after the provinge of my will. All the rest of my goods, chattells, and (illegible), moveable and immoveable of every kind of nature...I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Alice Smith, whome I do constitute, nominate, and appoint my sole executrix of this my last will and testament. (redacted) Edmund Smith. Witness, Steven Middleton, Mary Clarke, (illegible) Middleton, George (Martin?), (illegible) Barret.1 He died after January 10, 1617/18 at Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Whales.1

Family

Alice Barry b. circa 1575
Marriage*He married Alice Barry, daughter of Nicholas Barry II and Anne Lording, on July 23, 1593 at St. Laurence Pountney, London, Middlesex, England.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

Alice Barry1

F, b. circa 1575
FatherNicholas Barry II1 b. circa 1550, d. 1607
MotherAnne Lording1 b. circa 1555, d. 1631
     Alice Barry was born circa 1575 at St. Laurence Pountney, London, Middlesex, England.1 She married Rev. Edmund Smith, son of Robert Smith, on July 23, 1593 at St. Laurence Pountney, London, Middlesex, England.1 As of July 23, 1593,her married name was Smith.1

Family

Rev. Edmund Smith b. 1564, d. after January 10, 1617/18
Marriage*Alice Barry married Rev. Edmund Smith, son of Robert Smith, on July 23, 1593 at St. Laurence Pountney, London, Middlesex, England.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

Nicholas Barry II1

M, b. circa 1550, d. 1607
FatherNicholas Barry I1 b. circa 1525, d. 1567
     Nicholas Barry II was born circa 1550 at London, England.1 He married Anne Lording, daughter of George Lording and Anne Unknown, on October 5, 1572 at St. Magnus the Martyr Parish, London, England.1 Nicholas Barry II died in 1607.1

Family

Anne Lording b. circa 1555, d. 1631
Marriage*He married Anne Lording, daughter of George Lording and Anne Unknown, on October 5, 1572 at St. Magnus the Martyr Parish, London, England.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 Lording1

F, b. circa 1555, d. 1631
FatherGeorge Lording1 b. circa 1510, d. before August 8, 1578
MotherAnne Unknown1 b. circa 1525, d. after August 8, 1578
     Anne Lording was born circa 1555 at London, England.1 She married Nicholas Barry II, son of Nicholas Barry I, on October 5, 1572 at St. Magnus the Martyr Parish, London, England.1 As of October 5, 1572,her married name was Barry.1 Anne Lording died in 1631 at Walkerne, Hertfordshire, England.1

Family

Nicholas Barry II b. circa 1550, d. 1607
Marriage*She married Nicholas Barry II, son of Nicholas Barry I, on October 5, 1572 at St. Magnus the Martyr Parish, London, England.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

George Lording1

M, b. circa 1510, d. before August 8, 1578
     George Lording was born circa 1510.1 He married Anne Unknown circa 1550.1 George Lording died before August 8, 1578 at Canterbury, England; It was on this date that his will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury by his wife Anne. George Lording was a citizen and merchant tailor of London.1

Family

Anne Unknown b. circa 1525, d. after August 8, 1578
Marriage*He married Anne Unknown circa 1550.1 
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 Unknown1

F, b. circa 1525, d. after August 8, 1578
     Anne Unknown was born circa 1525.1 She married George Lording circa 1550.1 As of circa 1550,her married name was Lording.1 Anne Unknown died after August 8, 1578; It was on this date that the will of George Lording was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury by his wife Anne.1

Family

George Lording b. circa 1510, d. before August 8, 1578
Marriage*She married George Lording circa 1550.1 
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

Nicholas Barry I1

M, b. circa 1525, d. 1567
     Nicholas Barry I was born circa 1525 at Standon, Hertfordshire, England.1 He died in 1567 at England; It was on this date that his will was proved in the Archdeaconry of Middlesex, Essex & Hereford division.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

Robert Smith1

M, b. circa 1540
     Robert Smith was born circa 1540.1

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

Anthony West1

M, b. circa 1600, d. before May 25, 1652
     Anthony West was born circa 1600 at England.1 He married Anne Atwood on March 11, 1633/34 at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England.1 Anthony West left a will on October 12, 1651; He made a will on 12 October 1651 at Northampton Co, VA. In his will Anthony West named son John West extr. and my wife (no name) and dau. Barloe to have their thirds out of my estate, and my son John to have the rest. And his mother to have the managing of it during her widowhood, but if she marries then my son John to enjoy his estate (if it be before he comes to age). No administrator nor overseer to have anything to do with my estate.1 He died before May 25, 1652 at Northampton Co., Virginia; It was on this date that his will was proved. Although unwitnessed, it was adjudged by the court to be the testator's last will. (Notes: The widow's name is Ann West, and she married (Capt.) Stephen Charlton. She gave a calf (originally given by John Elsey) by deed of gift to her grandson Ralph Benony Barlowe, else to return to her dau. Mrs. Katheryne Barlowe (the sister of John West and the aunt of John Elsey).1

Family

Anne Atwood b. 1608, d. before March 17, 1679
Marriage*He married Anne Atwood on March 11, 1633/34 at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England.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 Atwood1

F, b. 1608, d. before March 17, 1679
     Anne Atwood was born in 1608 at England.1 She married Anthony West on March 11, 1633/34 at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England.1 As of March 11, 1633/34,her married name was West.1 Anne Atwood died before March 17, 1679 at Accomack Co., Virginia.1

Family

Anthony West b. circa 1600, d. before May 25, 1652
Marriage*She married Anthony West on March 11, 1633/34 at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England.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

Child Drummond1

?, d. December, 1834
FatherNoah Silas Drummond1 b. 1792, d. October 20, 1862
MotherCatherine Scarburgh Drummond1 b. circa 1794, d. October, 1849
     Child Drummond was buried at Congressional Cemetery, 1801 East Street Southeast, Washington, D.C..1 Child Drummond died in December, 1834.1

Citations

  1. [S10881] Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C., online www.findagrave.com.

David Elmore1

M, b. circa 1824
FatherJohn Elmore1 b. circa 1795
MotherElizabeth Unknown1 b. circa 1794
     David Elmore was born circa 1824 at North Carolina.1

Census Records

1850Dwelling 311, District 20, Giles Co., Virginia1

Occupation

1850Farmer1

Citations

  1. [S153] National Archives and Records Administration, 1850 United States Federal Census.

James Elmore1

M, b. circa 1828
FatherJohn Elmore1 b. circa 1795
MotherElizabeth Unknown1 b. circa 1794
     James Elmore was born circa 1828 at North Carolina.1

Census Records

1850Dwelling 311, District 20, Giles Co., Virginia1

Occupation

1850Farmer1

Citations

  1. [S153] National Archives and Records Administration, 1850 United States Federal Census.

Margaret "Peggy" Elmore1

F, b. circa 1821
FatherJohn Elmore1 b. circa 1795
MotherElizabeth Unknown1 b. circa 1794
     Her married name was Webster.1 Margaret "Peggy" Elmore married Unknown Webster.1 Margaret "Peggy" Elmore was born circa 1821 at North Carolina.1

Census Records

1850Dwelling 311, District 20, Giles Co., Virginia1

Family

Unknown Webster
Marriage*Margaret "Peggy" Elmore married Unknown Webster.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S153] National Archives and Records Administration, 1850 United States Federal Census.

Lutia? Ann Webster1

M, b. circa 1843
FatherUnknown Webster1
MotherMargaret "Peggy" Elmore1 b. circa 1821
     Lutia? Ann Webster was born circa 1843 at Virginia.1

Census Records

1850Dwelling 311, District 20, Giles Co., Virginia1

Citations

  1. [S153] National Archives and Records Administration, 1850 United States Federal Census.

John W. Webster1,2

M, b. circa 1846
FatherUnknown Webster1
MotherMargaret "Peggy" Elmore1 b. circa 1821
     John W. Webster was born circa 1846 at Giles Co., Virginia.1,2 He married Arminta M. LaFon on November 1, 1866 at Craig Co., Virginia.2

Census Records

1850Dwelling 311, District 20, Giles Co., Virginia1

Family

Arminta M. LaFon b. circa 1846
Marriage*John W. Webster married Arminta M. LaFon on November 1, 1866 at Craig Co., Virginia.2 

Citations

  1. [S153] National Archives and Records Administration, 1850 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S2415] Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940, online https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection/1708698