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  • Atkinson Family in Virginia With Connections to Gwaltney, Marr io t t , F l a k e (Flack) ,

    Williamson. Holleman and Allen Families Some Ances tors of the Rowland Family

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    Arthur Ray Rowland

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    RR Books Augusta, Georgia

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    FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY 35 NORTH WEST TEMPLE SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84150

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    NGS Quarterly Report of Matthew Atkinson 3 NGS Quarterly Report of Thomas Gwaltney 7 NGS Quarterly Report of William Marriott 11 NGS Quarterly Report of Robert Flake 13 NGS Quarterly Report of Christopher Holleman 15 NGS Quarterly Report of Thomas Williamson 17 NGS Quarterly Report of John Allen 21 Outline Descendant Tree of Natlian Atkinson 27 NGS Quarterly Report of Arthur Ray Rowland 28 Index 32

    Copyright 1998 Arthur Ray Rowland AU rights reserved

    This material represents my interpretation of the official records, published works and information on the Internet For more information on the Rowland family see the author's Rowland Family of Virginia,

    ^ North Carolina, Georgia and Beyond (1998) [copies in the Virginia Library, Library of Congress, Georgia Department of Archives and History, and other libraries with genealogical collections]. Please send new information, corrections and changes to:

    A. Ray Rowalnd One Seventh Street

    Suite 1503 Augusta, Georgia 30901

    Phone: 706 724-1193 EMail: [email protected]

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    Descendants of Matthew Atkinson

    Generation No. I

    1. Matthew1 Atkinson was bom Abt. 1595 in England.

    Notes for Matthew Atkinson: Nugent, op. cit. "Patent Book No. 1, Part I, MATHEW ATKINSON, 200 acs. up County of New Norf, 18 Aug. 1637, page 456. W. N. W. upon Nansemond Riv., E S. E. into the woods, S. by E. upon land Percival Campion & N. by W. joining to land of John Gookin, Gent. Due for his per. adv. & trans, of 2 sons & 1 servt: MATHEW ATKINSON, JUNR., THOMAS ATKINSON, and Tho. Towing." We do not know the name of his wife, and can only assume that she died before he and his sons sailed for Virginia.

    Children of Matthew Atkinson are: + 2 i. Thomas2 Atkinson, bom Abt. 1608 in England; died 1632 in Surry Co, VA.

    3 ii. Matthew Atkinson, Jr., bom 1600 in Emigrant in 1635.

    Notes for Matthew Atkinson, Jr.: Early Emigrants to VA; came in 1635

    Generation No. 2

    2. Thomas2 Atkinson (Matthew1) was bom Abt. 1608 in England, and died 1632 in Surry Co, VA. He married Mary—.

    Notes for Thomas Atkinson: Immigrant 1635 "13 July 1635, These underwritten names are to be transported to Virginia, embarked in ALICE, Richard Orchard, Mr. the men have taken oaths of allegiance and supremacies, includes. THO. ATKINSON, age 27." Hotten, op. cit., p. 109.

    Notes for Mary —: Rolison, op. cit. is the first source to list her maiden name as ATKINSON but from the documents

    above we know that she was first married to an Atkinson, then to Thomas Gwaltney. and third was married to Thomas Pitman. Surry Court Records, op. cit. "Book 1, page 281 4 Cot. 1666. Conditions agreed upon between Capt. Thos. Pitman and Mrs. Mary Gualtney, before marriage. Thos. Pitman gives bond that the Widdowe Gaultney after marriage with him, shall have the whole disposal of a horse and mare which she now has to dispose of at her own pleasure, as also two pewter dishes and cattle, now called

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    and known to be for the two youngest children, also her youngest son, Wm. Gwaltney, may have two years' schooling. Signed: Thos. Pitman; Wit.: Roger Potter, Luke Mizelle." The author assumes from this that she had at least 3 children, Susanah and William and an unknow daughter who married an Atkinson. Ibid, page 56. "Book I, page 273. 30 June 1666. Marye Gualtney, aged 48 or thereabouts, saith that today five weeks or soe about, Goodman Bartley came unto her and said that his wife was not well, but when she came found that Ann Simpson had a female child, etc. Katherine Clarke, age 36 years, also testified and said that Goodman gualtney came to her before she was up, to tell her tha Good Bartlett's daughter had this child. Dorothy Barlett, Aged 50 years testified about this matter."

    Children of Thomas Atkinson and Mary — are: + 4 i. Thomas3 Atkinson!, bom Abt. 1629 in James City Co., VA.

    5 ii. James Atkinson!, bom Abt. 1628 in James City Co., VA. He married — Gwaltney. 6 iii. John Atkinson, bom Abt. 1627.

    Generation No. 3

    4. Thomas3 Atkinsonl (Thomas2, Matthew1) was bom Abt. 1629 in James City Co., VA. He married Susannah Gwaltney Abt. 1650 in James City Co., VA, daughter of Thomas Gwaltney and Mary —.

    Notes for Thomas Atkinsonl: Surry County [Virginia] Records, 1652-1684 by Eliza Davis, 1980, page. 61 " Book I, page 299, 7 November 1667. I, James Atkinson, son of Thomas Atkinson, discharge Thos. Pitman as he marring the relict of Thomas Atkinson, deceased, and Thos. Gwaltney, deceased, from all manner of debts or gifts given me by father's will and Also for Thomas Gwaltney, my father-in-law, be me by will or any other manner, Signed: James Atkinson, Wit.; Martin Lacye, Thos. Atkinson." The Atkinson were living across the river in present day Surry Co.

    Notes for Susannah Gwaltney; Do not know where I got first name of Susannah Gwaltney

    Child of Thomas Atkinson and Susannah Gwaltney is: + 7 i. James4 Atkinson, Sr., bom Abt. 1660 in Surry Co., VA; died December 23, 1723 in Isle of

    Wight County, VA.

    Generation No. 4

    7. James4 Atkinson, Sr. (Thomas3, Thomas2, Matthew1) was bom Abt. 1660 in Surry Co., VA, and died December 23, 1723 in Isle of Wight County, VA. He married Mary Holleman Abt. 1683 in Isle of Wight County, VA, daughter of Christopher Holleman and Mary —.

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    Notes for James Atkinson, Sr.: Married before 1691. Ref. Weddings of Isle of Wight County, VA John is probably his son, based on fact that he and his brother married sisters.

    Children of James Atkinson and Mary Holleman are: + 8 i. James5 Atkinson, Jr., bora Abt. 1690; died Abt. 1739 in Isle of Wight County, VA.

    9 ii. Mary [b] Atkinson, bom Abt. 1695. 10 iii. John Atkinson, bom Abt. 1660. He married Ann Holleman 1691 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Generation No. 5

    8. James5 Atkinson, Jr. (James4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Matthew1) was bora Abt. 1690, and died Abt. 1739 in Isle of Wight County, VA. He married Martha Williamson Bef. 1691 in Isle of Wight County, VA, daughter of Francis Williamson and Ann Exum.

    Notes for James Atkinson, Jr.: Will probated 23 Dec. 1723, Isle of Wight 1723. Married before 1691: Weddings of Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Children of James Atkinson and Martha Williamson are: + 11 i. Thomas*5 Atkinson, bom Abt. 1716 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died Abt. 1771 in

    Southhampton, VA. 12 ii. Timothy Atkinson, bom Abt. 1720. He married Elizabeth [a] —. 13 iii. James AtkinsonDI, bom Abt. 1722. 14 iv. Mary Atkinson, bom Abt. 1725. 15 v. Druscilla Atkinson, bom Abt. 1727. 16 vi. Sarah Atkinson, bom Abt. 1729. She married William Ingram.

    Generation No. 6

    11. Thomas6 Atkinson (James5, James4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Matthew1) was born Abt. 1716 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, and died Abt. 1771 in Southhampton, VA. He married Patience — Abt. 1737 in VA.

    Notes for Thomas Atkinson: Will probated 11 April 1771, Book 2, p. 377 Southampton, Va. resided in Isle of Wight County, Va. Southampton County, Va., and Edgecombe County, NC. Ref: Deed Book 1772-1775, p. 198 Edgecombe County, NC.

    Children of Thomas Atkinson and Patience — are: 17 i. Nathan7 Atkinson, bom January 01,1749/50 in Southampton Co., VA; died May 08, 1813

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    in Greene County, GA. He married Martha (Patsey) Whitehead Abt. 1775.

    Notes for Nathan Atkinson: Joseph W. Watson - Abstracts of Early Deeds of Nash County, North Carolina, Books 1-6. p. 126 "Deed Book 3-443. Nathan Atkinson and Martha Atkinson (i. e., Martha Patsey Whitehead) of Nash County to Reuben Taylor of same, October 12, 1785 for 100 pds. a tract of 220 acres on Beach Run adjoining Thompson and Jenkins. Part of the said land was conveyed by William Whithead to Jacob Whitehead by deed dated June 6, 1750, part was was conveyed by Jacob Whitehead to William Whitehead by deed dated May 5, 1761, and part was granted to John Jenkins on May 1, 1762. Witness: Elisha Pope and Jeremiah Burge." Will recorded July, 1813 in Greene County, GA. Settlement of Estate, Greene Co., Estate Book, G., p. 372, appraisal 6 Feb. 1808. Full listing of household effects and land, etc.

    Notes for Martha (Patsey) Whitehead: Joseph W. Watson. Abstracts of Early Deeds of Nash County, North Carolina, Books 1-6. p. 126. Deed Book 3, p. 443. "Nathan Atkinson and Martha Atkinson of Nash Co. to Reuben Taylor of same, Oct. 12, 1785, for 100 pds. a tract of 220 acres on Beach Run adjoining Thompson and Jenkins. Part of said land was conveyed by WiUiam Whitehead to Jacob Whitehead by deed dated June 6, 1750, part was conveyed by Jacob Whitehead to William Whitehead by deed dated Mary 5, 1761 and part was granted to John Jenkins on May 1, 1762. Wit: Elisha Pope and Jeremiah Burge".

    18 ii. Thomas AtkmsonDI, bom Abt. 1738; died 1803 in Greene County, GA. He married (1) Flora Wingfield in Greene County, GA. He married (2) Elizabeth Speed. Priscilla Atkinson. Michael Atkinson, bom Abt. 1741; died April 12, 1781 in WiU probated. Lucy Atkinson. Easter Atkinson. Sarah Atkinsonn. Celia Atkinson. James Atkinson. Ann Atkinson.

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    Descendants of Thomas Gwaltney

    Generation No. 1

    1. Thomas1 Gwaltney was bom Abt. 1609, and died Abt. 1664 in Surry County, VA. He married Mary — Aft. 1630 in James City Co., VA.

    Notes for Thomas Gwaltney: Nugent, op. cit. "Patent Book No. 1. Wm. Yarrett & Francis Whittington, 58- acs. on N. side of Rappa. Rive, next above land of Robert Bird. 29 July 1650, p. 216. 20 acres still due upon last name in certificate. Trans of: 12 pers. Richard Read, Samli. Clarke, Anth. Little, wife of Amb. Proctor, John Beife, Mary Burbanck, THOS GWALPMEY [ i. e., GWALTNEY], Thos. Mears, Robert Perfect, wife of Robt. Perfect." Surry County [Virginia] Records, 1652-1684 by Eliza Davis, 1980, page. 61 " Book I, page 299, 7 November 1667. I, James Atkinson, son of Thomas Atkinson, discharge Thos. Pitman as he marrying the relict of Thomas Atkinson, deceased, and Thos. Gwaltney, deceased, from all manner of debts or gifts given me by father's will and Also for Thomas Gwaltney, my father-in-law, be me by will or any other manner, Signed: James Atkinson, Wit.: Martin Lacye, Thos. Atkinson."

    Notes for Mary —: Rolison, op. cit. is the first source to list her maiden name as ATKINSON but from the documents above we know that she was first married to an Atkinson, then to Thomas Gwaltney. and third was married to Thomas Pitman. Surry Court Records, op. cit. "Book 1, page 281 4 Cot. 1666. Conditions agreed upon between Capt. Thos. Pitman and Mrs. Mary Gualtney, before marriage. Thos. Pitman gives bond that the Widdowe Gaultney after marriage with him, shall have the whole disposal of a horse and mare which she now has to dispose of at her own pleasure, as also two pewter dishes and cattle, now called and known to be for the two youngest children, also her youngest son, Wm. Gwaltney, may have two years' schooling. Signed: Thos. Pitman; Wit.: Roger Potter, Luke Mizelle." The author assumes from this that she had at least 3 children, Susanah and William and an unknow daughter who married an Atkinson. Ibid, page 56. "Book I, page 273. 30 June 1666. Marye Gualtney, aged 48 or thereabouts, saith that today five weeks or soe about, Goodman Bartley came unto her and said that his wife was not well, but when she came found that Ann Simpson had a female child, etc. Katherine Clarke, age 36 years, also testified and said that Goodman gualtney came to her before she was up, to tell her tha Good Bartlett's daughter had this child. Dorothy Barlett, Aged 50 years testified about this matter."

    Children of Thomas Gwaltney and Mary — are: + 2 i. Susannah2 Gwaltney, bom Abt. 1630 in James City Co., VA. + 3 ii. William Gwaltney, bom Abt. 1632 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died Abt. 1725 in Isle of

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    Wight Co., VA. iii. — Gwaltney, bom 1638 in James City Co., VA. She married James Atkinsonl.

    Generation No. 2

    2. Susannah2 Gwaltney (Thomas1) was bom Abt. 1630 in James City Co., VA. She married Thomas Atkinsonl Abt. 1650 in James City Co., VA, son of Thomas Atkinson and Mary —.

    Notes for Susannah Gwaltney: Do not know where I got first name of Susannah Gwaltney

    Notes for Thomas Atkinsonl: Surry County [Virginia] Records, 1652-1684 by Eliza Davis, 1980, page. 61 " Book I, page 299, 7 November 1667. I, James Atkinson, son of Thomas Atkinson, discharge Thos. Pitman as he marring the relict of Thomas Atkinson, deceased, and Thos. Gwaltney, deceased, from all manner of debts or gifts given me by father's will and Also for Thomas Gwaltney, my father-in-law, be me by will or any other manner, Signed: James Atkinson, Wit.: Martin Lacye, Thos. Atkinson." The Atkinson were living across the river in present day Surry Co.

    Child of Susannah Gwaltney and Thomas Atkinson is: + 5 i. James3 Atkinson, Sr., bom Abt. 1660 in Surry Co., VA; died December 23,1723 in Isle of

    Wight County, VA.

    3. William2 Gwaltney (Thomas1) was bora Abt. 1632 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, and died Abt. 1725 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. He married Alice Flake Abt. 1659 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, daughter of Robert Flake and Margaret Marriott.

    Notes for William Gwaltney: The information on the Gwaltney line is from Internet, Gail and Ruth Boyd Rolison Family Page in Family Tree Maker online. Gail Wade Rolison, 411 Steven Rd. Butler, AL 36904 (phone: 205-459-5158). They cite Boykin book in Butler, AL Library, and C. Glen Johnson, 8226 Purdue Dt., Tyler, TX75703. [email protected] First to list Ann Gwaltney.

    Notes for Alice Flake: Surry County VA Deeds, Book 5, 1 July 1696...Robert Flacke Sr. gives to William Gwaltney and John Gwaltney, two sons of William Gwaltney of Surry County, by Alice Gwaltney, his wight... 450 acres which were patented in Isle of Wight Co but are now in Surry Co.. Should either Will or John die, the land is to go the next son of William Gwaltney and Alice or to their daughter Kathrine. Alice was a great grandaughter of Captain Thomas Warren, member of the Virginia House of Burgess and builder of the Rolfe-Warren House in Surry Co., VA. [This is said to be the oldest brick house in Virgina. However, Bacon's Castle, also in Surry Co., and built by Arthur Allen, c 1654 has this honor. ] Research by Henry Clifton Burnham, 210 Church St. Hazlehurst, GA 31539

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    Children of William Gwaltney and Alice Flake are: Ann3 Gwaltney, bom Abt. 1660 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. She married Edward Boykin. William Gwaltney. John Gwaltney. Katherine Gwaltney. Ruth Gwaltney. Mary Gwaltney.

    Generation No. 3

    5. James3 Atkinson, Sr. (Susannah2 Gwaltney, Thomas1) was bom Abt. 1660 in Surry Co., VA, and died December 23, 1723 in Isle of Wight County, VA. He married Mary Holleman Abt. 1683 in Isle of Wight County, VA, daughter of Christopher Holleman and Mary —.

    Notes for James Atkinson, Sr.: Married before 1691. Ref. Weddings of Isle of Wight County, VA John is probably his son, based on fact that he and his brother married sisters.

    Children of James Atkinson and Mary Holleman are: + 12 i. James4 Atkinson, Jr., bom Abt. 1690; died Abt. 1739 in Isle of Wight County, VA.

    13 ii. Mary [b] Atkinson, bom Abt. 1695. 14 iii. John Atkinson, bom Abt. 1660. He married Ann Holleman 1691 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Generation No. 4

    12. James4 Atkinson, Jr . (James3, Susannah2 Gwaltney, Thomas1) was bora Abt. 1690, and died Abt. 1739 in Isle of Wight County, VA. He married Martha Williamson Bef. 1691 in Isle of Wight County, VA, daughter of Francis Williamson and Ann Exum.

    Notes for James Atkinson, Jr.: Will probated 23 Dec. 1723, Isle of Wight 1723. Married before 1691: Weddings of Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Children of James Atkinson and Martha Williamson are: + 15 i. Thomas5 Atkinson, bom Abt. 1716 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died Abt. 1771 in

    Southhampton, VA. Timotiry Atkinson, bora Abt. 1720. He married Elizabeth [a] —. James AtkinsonUl, bom Abt. 1722. Mary Atkinson, bom Abt. 1725. Druscilla Atkinson, bom Abt. 1727. Sarah Atkinson, bora Abt. 1729. She married William Ingram.

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    Generation No. 5

    15. Thomas5 Atkinson (James4, James3, Susannah2 Gwaltney, Thomas1) was bom Abt. 1716 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, and died Abt. 1771 in Southhampton, VA. He married Patience — Abt. 1737 in VA.

    Notes for Thomas Atkinson: Will probated 11 April 1771, Book 2, p. 377 Southampton, Va. resided in Isle of Wight County, Va. Southampton County, Va., and Edgecombe County, NC. Ref: Deed Book 1772-1775, p. 198 Edgecombe County, NC.

    Children of Thomas Atkinson and Patience — are: 21 i. Nathan6 Atkinson, bom January 01,1749/50 in Southampton Co., VA; died May 08, 1813

    in Greene County, GA. He married Martha (Patsey) Whitehead Abt. 1775.

    Notes for Nathan Atkinson: Joseph W. Watson - Abstracts of Early Deeds of Nash County, North Carolina, Books 1-6. p. 126 "Deed Book 3-443. Nathan Atkinson and Martha Atkinson (i. e., Martha Patsey Whitehead) of Nash County to Reuben Taylor of same, October 12, 1785 for 100 pds. a tract of 220 acres on Beach Run adjoining Thompson and Jenkins. Part of the said land was conveyed by WiUiam Whithead to Jacob Whitehead by deed dated June 6, 1750, part was was conveyed by Jacob Whitehead to William Whitehead by deed dated May 5, 1761, and part was granted to John Jenkins on May 1, 1762. Witness: Elisha Pope and Jeremiah Burge." Will recorded July, 1813 in Greene County, GA. Settlement of Estate, Greene Co., Estate Book, G., p. 372, appraisal 6 Feb. 1808. Full listing of household effects and land, etc.

    Notes for Martha (Patsey) Whitehead: Joseph W. Watson. Abstracts of Early Deeds of Nash County, North Carolina, Books 1-6. p. 126. Deed Book 3, p. 443. "Nathan Atkinson and Martha Atkinson of Nash Co. to Reuben Taylor of same, Oct. 12, 1785, for 100 pds. a tract of 220 acres on Beach Run adjoining Thompson and Jenkins. Part of said land was conveyed by William Whitehead to Jacob Whitehead by deed dated June 6, 1750, part was conveyed by Jacob Whitehead to William Whitehead by deed dated Mary 5, 1761 and part was granted to John Jenkins on May 1, 1762. Wit: Elisha Pope and Jeremiah Burge".

    22 ii. Thomas AtkinsonUl, bom Abt. 1738; died 1803 in Greene County, GA. He married (1) Flora Wingfield in Greene County, GA. He married (2) Elizabem Speed. Priscilla Atkinson. Michael Atkinson, bom Abt. 1741; died April 12, 1781 in Will probated. Lucy Atkinson. Easter Atkinson. Sarah AtkinsonU. Celia Atkinson. James Atkinson. Ann Atkinson.

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    Descendants of William Marriott

    Generation No. 1

    1. William1 Marriott was bora Bef. 1600, and died 1673 in Surry Co, VA. He married Elizabeth [widow of Marriott].

    Children of William Marriott and Elizabeth[widow Marriott] are: + 2 i. Mathias2 Marriott, bora Abt. 1605.

    3 ii. Mary Marriott, bom Abt. 1630. She married Sam Thompson.

    Notes for Sam Thompson; Surry County Court Records, op. cit. "Book 1, page 331. 3 July 1683. ilndenture between Sam Thompson, who married Mary, only daughter of Maj. William Marriott, Deceased, and Thomas Mathas of the other part, land adjoining Nicholas Sessums, 150 acres at Swessums Swamp, eta. Wit. Thomas Flood and Wim. Thompson.

    Generation No. 2

    2. Mathias2 Marriott (William1) was bom Abt. 1605. He married Alice Warren.

    Notes for Mathias Marriott:

    Surry County Court Records, op. cit. "Book I, page 267, A jury summoned to investigate the death of a servant boy who lived with Ralph Coats included Math. Marriott, Rob. Spenser, Daniel Upshaw and Aug. Spilltimber." Ibid. "Book 1, 85, William Gray sold to Jno. Salway, a mare 12 Oct. 1675. Testified by William Butler and Sion Hill. John Salway assigned to Mathias Marriott, he assigned to Jno. Stocks, who assigned to Geo. Proctor. Testified by W. Araoll."

    Child of Mathias Marriott and Alice Warren is: + 4 i. Margaret3 Marriott, bom Abt. 1620.

    Generation No. 3

    4. Margaret3 Marriott (Mathias2, William1) was bora Abt. 1620. She married Robert Flake.

    Notes for Margaret Marriott: She is most likely the daughter of Mathias Marriott. Numerous reference in early Surry County Court Records to him. Mathias appears to be the only male Marriott in Surry Co. before 1684., except Williams, who has only one daughter.

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    Surry County Court Records, op. cit. "Book I, page 51, dated 1654, WmRickett for himself and exors. binds over his crop of com to Wm. Marriott"

    Notes for Robert Flake: Surry County [VA] Records, Book 1, p.300, 23 April 1666, Robert Flack listed in a deed ...to Robert Flacke's cart path... and the deed is witnessed by WiUiam Mariott. ALSO p. 348,17 Tber 1662. he is again mentioned in a deed... in Robert Flake's line to Arthur Allen's comer. Also. Nugent, op. cit. vol. 2, patent. Patent Book no. 6: "Mr. Tho. Atkinson, 600 acs. Granted to Robert Flack (Flake), who gave to the wife of sd Atkinson: 300 acs for trans, of 6 persons. Tristram Eason, Luke Mauson (or Mansen), Merick Edwards, Robt. Sampson, Matley Cant, Joseph Baker.:

    Children of Margaret Marriott and Robert Flake are: + 5 i. Alice4 Flake, bom 1644 in James City Co., VA.

    6 ii. Robert Flake, Jr., bom Abt. 1652.

    Generation No. 4

    5. Alice4 Flake (Margaret3 Marriott, Mathias2, William1) was bom 1644 in James City Co., VA. She married William Gwaltney Abt. 1659 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, son of Thomas Gwaltney and Mary—.

    Notes for Alice Flake: Surry County VA Deeds, Book 5, 1 July 1696...Robert Flacke Sr. gives to William Gwaltney and John Gwaltney, two sons of William Gwaltney of Surry County, by Alice Gwaltney, his wight... 450 acres which were patented in Isle of Wight Co but are now in Surry Co.. Should either Will or John die, the land is to go the next son of William Gwaltney and Alice or to their daughter Kathrine. Alice was a great grandaughter of Captain Thomas Warren, member of the Virginia House of Burgess and builder of the Rolfe-Warren House in Surry Co., VA. [This is said to be the oldest brick house in Virgina. However, Bacon's Castle, also in Surry Co., and built by Arthur Allen, c 1654 has this honor. ] Research by Henry Clifton Burnham, 210 Church St. Hazlehurst, GA 31539

    Notes for William Gwaltney: The information on the Gwaltney line is from Internet, Gail and Ruth Boyd Rolison Family Page in Family Tree Maker online. Gail Wade Rolison, 411 Steven Rd. Butler, AL 36904 (phone: 205-459-5158). They cite Boykin book in Butler, AL Library, and C. Glen Johnson, 8226 Purdue Dt., Tyler, TX75703. [email protected] First to list Ann Gwaltney.

    Children of Alice Flake and William Gwaltney are: Ann5 Gwaltney, bom Abt. 1660 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. She married Edward Boykin. William Gwaltney. John Gwaltney. Kadierine Gwaltney. Ruth Gwaltney. Mary Gwaltney.

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    Descendants of Robert Flake

    Generation No. 1

    1. Robert1 Flake was bom Abt. 1620, and died Abt. 1700 in Surry Co., VA. He married Margaret Marriott, daughter of Mathias Marriott and Alice Warren.

    Notes for Robert Flake: Surry County [VA] Records, Book 1, p.300, 23 April 1666, Robert Flack listed in a deed ...to Robert Flacke's cart path... and the deed is witnessed by William Mariott. ALSO p. 348, 17 Tber 1662. he is again mentioned in a deed... in Robert Flake's line to Arthur Allen's comer. Also. Nugent, op. cit. vol. 2, patent. Patent Book no. 6: "Mr. Tho. Atkinson, 600 acs. Granted to Robert Flack (Flake), who gave to the wife of sd Atkinson: 300 acs for trans, of 6 persons. Tristram Eason, Luke Mauson (or Mansen), Merick Edwards, Robt. Sampson, Matley Cant, Joseph Baker.:

    Notes for Margaret Marriott: She is most likely the daughter of Mathias Marriott. Numerous reference in early Surry County Court Records to him. Mathias appears to be the only male Marriott in Surry Co. before 1684., except Williams, who has only one daughter. Surry County Court Records, op. cit. "Book I, page 51, dated 1654, Wm Rickett for himself and exors. binds over his crop of com to Wm. Marriott"

    Children of Robert Flake and Margaret Marriott are: + 2 i. Alice2 Flake, bom 1644 in James City Co., VA.

    3 ii. Robert Flake, Jr., bom Abt. 1652.

    Generation No. 2

    2. Alice2 Flake (Robert1) was bom 1644 in James City Co., VA. She married William Gwaltney Abt. 1659 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, son of Thomas Gwaltney and Maiy —.

    Notes for Alice Flake: Surry County VA Deeds, Book 5, 1 July 1696.. Robert Flacke Sr. gives to William Gwaltney and John Gwaltney, two sons of William Gwaltney of Surry County, by Alice Gwaltney, his wight... 450 acres which were patented in Isle of Wight Co but are now in Surry Co.. Should either Will or John die, the land is to go the next son of William Gwaltney and Alice or to their daughter Kathrine. Alice was a great grandaughter of Captain Thomas Warren, member of the Virginia House of Burgess and builder of the Rolfe-Warren House in Surry Co., VA. [This is said to be the oldest brick house in Virgina. However, Bacon's Castle, also in Surry Co., and built by Arthur Allen, c 1654 has this honor. ] Research by Henry Clifton Burnham, 210 Church St. Hazlehurst, GA 31539

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    Notes for William Gwaltney: The information on the Gwaltney line is from Internet, Gail and Ruth Boyd Rolison Family Page in Family Tree Maker online. Gail Wade Rolison, 411 Steven Rd. Butler, AL 36904 (phone: 205-459-5158). They cite Boykin book in Butler, AL Library, and C. Glen Johnson, 8226 Purdue Dt., Tyler, TX75703. [email protected] First to list Ann Gwaltney.

    Children of Alice Flake and William Gwaltney are: Ann3 Gwaltney, bom Abt. 1660 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. She married Edward Boykin. William Gwaltney. John Gwaltney. Katherine Gwaltney. Ruth Gwaltney. Mary Gwaltney.

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    Descendants of Christopher Holleman

    Generation No. 1

    1. Christopher1 Holleman was bora Abt. 1628, and died Abt. 1691 in Isle of Wight County, VA. He married Mary —.

    Notes for Christopher Holleman: Immigrated to VA in 1653 by John Shadlock, Lancaster Co., VA (Early Va. Emigrants] Will probated 10 August 1961, Isle of Wight Co., VA. Some records suggest the wife may be Judith, in 17th Century Virginians, and in Va by 1639

    Children of Christopher Holleman and Mary — are: 2 i. Christopher2 Holleman, Jr., bom Abt. 1650.

    Notes for Christopher HoUeman, Jr.: A deed from John Early to Christopher Hollimon is recorded Feb. 12, 1728 for 15 pounds for 400 acres in Colonial Bertie Co., NC.

    3 ii. William Holleman, bom Abt. 1651. 4 iii. Thomas Holleman, bom Abt. 1653; died Abt. 1734. He married Mary —.

    + 5 iv. Mary Holleman, bom Abt. 1655; died Abt. 1723 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. 6 v. Richard Holleman, bom Abt. 1658; died 1710 in Surry Co, VA. He married Margaret —.

    Notes for Richard Holleman: Wills of Surry Co., VA. op. cit. "HOLLOMAN, Richard. Leg. All my land to my four sons, Richard, William, Thomas, and Samuell, equally divided. To my wife, Margarett. Daughter Ann HaUoman. Wife, Exerx. 6 Jan. 1710. Probated 20 June 1711. Book 6, p. 62"

    7 vi. Ann Holleman, bom Abt. 1662. She married John Atkinson 1691 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Generation No. 2

    5. Mary2 Holleman (Christopher1) was bom Abt. 1655, and died Abt. 1723 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. She married James Atkinson, Sr. Abt. 1683 in Isle of Wight County, VA, son of Thomas Atkinson and Susannah Gwaltney.

    Notes for James Atkinson, Sr.: Married before 1691. Ref. Weddings of Isle of Wight County, VA John is probably his son, based on fact that he and his brother married sisters,

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    Children of Mary Holleman and James Atkinson are: + 8 i. James3 Atkinson, Jr., bom Abt. 1690; died Abt. 1739 in Isle of Wight County, VA.

    9 ii. Mary [b] Atkinson, bom Abt. 1695. 10 iii. John Atkinson, bom Abt. 1660. He married Ann Holleman 1691 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Generation No. 3

    8. James3 Atkinson, Jr. (Mary2 Holleman, Christopher1) was bom Abt. 1690, and died Abt. 1739 in Isle of Wight County, VA. He married Martha Williamson Bef. 1691 in Isle of Wight County, VA, daughter of Francis Williamson and Ann Exum.

    Notes for James Atkinson, Jr.: Will probated 23 Dec. 1723, Isle of Wight 1723. Married before 1691: Weddings of Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Children of James Atkinson and Martha Williamson are: 11 i. Thomas4 Atkinson, bom Abt. 1716 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died Abt. 1771 in

    Southhampton, VA. He married Patience — Abt. 1737 in VA.

    Notes for Thomas Atkinson: Will probated 11 April 1771, Book 2, p. 377 Southampton, Va. resided in Isle of Wight County, Va. Southampton County, Va., and Edgecombe County, NC. Ref: Deed Book 1772-1775, p. 198 Edgecombe County, NC.

    Timothy Atkinson, bom Abt. 1720. He married Elizabeth [a] -James AtkinsonUl, bom Abt. 1722. Mary Atkinson, bom Abt. 1725. DruscUla Atkinson, bom Abt. 1727. Sarah Atkinson, bom Abt. 1729. She married William Ingram.

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    Descendants of Thomas Williamson

    Generation No. 1

    1. Thomas1 Williamson was bom Abt. 1553 in London, England. He married Ann —.

    Child of Thomas Williamson and Ann — is; + 2 i. Richard2 Williamson, bom Abt. 1593 in London, England; died 1652 in Isle of Wight

    County, VA.

    Generation No. 2

    2. Richard2 Williamson (Thomas1) was bom Abt. 1593 in London, England, and died 1652 in Isle of Wight County, VA. He married (1) Margaret Browne. He married (2) Margaret Sherwood Abt. 1614.

    Notes for Richard Williamson: In VA by 1640 in which year he witnessed a deed in Isle of Wight Co. to Capt. John Upton. In 1646 Richard Williamson, Sr. witnessed a deed by William Yarrett, a well Known Quaker.

    Children of Richard Williamson and Margaret Sherwood are: + 3 i. Robert3 Williamson, bom Abt. 1615 in Probably in England; died May 02, 1670 in Surry

    County, VA. 4 ii. Richard Williamson, Jr., bom Abt. 1620; died Abt. 1678 in VA. 5 iii. James Williamson, bom Abt. 1622. 6 iv. John Williamson, bom Abt. 1625.

    Generation No. 3

    3. Robert3 Williamson (Richard2, Thomas1) was bora Abt. 1615 in Probably in England, and died May 02, 1670 in Surry County, VA. He married Jane Allen Abt. 1654 in Surry Co., VA, daughter of Arthur Allen and Alice Tucker.

    Notes for Robert Williamson: Some suggest he was bora 1640/42 in Middlesex, London, are: Ancestral File, FHC. His will dated Feb. 22, 1669, Surry Co., VA Surry County Records, op. cit. "Book 1, p. 306, 7 July 1668. Thomas Hoge, age 23, deposes about a horse... Wm. Dowling. About 50 years, make a Deposition conceming a conversation between Mr. Richard Lawrence and MR. ROBERT WILLIAMSON at Court ... ARTHUR ALLEN, age 60, testified that he and brother [in-law] went to James City to see a horse - two horses for sale. The

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    question of discussion being which horse died. DANIEL TUCKER, aged 55, testified that while at his brother[in-law] Allen's house, saw the horse in Mr. Bland's and Mr. Carter's field, but presently saw it in his brother's field..." This citation includes Arthur Allen, his son in law, Robert Williamson and Daniel Tucker, the brother of his wife.

    Notes for Jane Allen: All children listed appear to be of the first marriage to Robert Williamson. Marriage no 2 Nov. 1672 to Robert Burnett; marriage no. 3. Will of Robert Proctor 11 April 1729 naming neither wife nor children among his heirs. In various record her name is spelled, Jane, Jone, and Jona.

    Children of Robert Williamson and Jane Allen are: + 7 i. Francis4 Williamson, bom Abt. 1654 in Surry Co., VA; died May 14, 1745 in NC?. + 8 ii. Robert Williamson, Jr., bom Abt. 1665 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died 1726 in Middlesex

    Co., VA. 9 iii. George Williamson, bom Abt. 1641; died 1722 in VA. He married Esther Bridger. 10 iv. Arthur Williamson, bom Abt. 1647.

    Generation No. 4

    7. Francis4 Williamson (Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1) was bora Abt. 1654 in Surry Co., VA, and died May 14, 1745 in NC?. He married Ann Exum Abt. 1689, daughter of — Exum and Mary -

    Notes for Francis Williamson: Wills and Administration of Isle of Wight Co., V A, v. 2, page 116 (Reese Library) original page 47. "Williamson, Francis, Leg. Wife Ann, sons Arthur, Joseph, Benjamin, granddaughter Mourning Williamson, daughter MARTHA ATKINSON, grandson, Francis Williamson, Arthur Williamson and Burwell, Joseph, Hardy, Absolom, Benjamin and James Williamson. Executors Arthur and Benjamin Williamson. Died May 14, 1743, Recorded August 22, 1743."

    Children of Francis Williamson and Ann Exum are: Martha5 Williamson, bom Abt. 1690; died Abt. 1740 in Isle of Wight Co, VA. Francis WUliamson, Jr.. Arthur Williamson, died 1772. Joseph WiUiamson, died 1753. Benjamin Williamson, died 1772.

    8. Robert4 Williamson, J r . (Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1) was bom Abt. 1665 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, and died 1726 in Middlesex Co., VA. He married Catherne Lewis February 27, 1679/80 in Middlesex Co., VA.

    Child of Robert Williamson and Catherne Lewis is: + 16 i. Robert5 Williamson, bom 1695 in Middlesex Co., VA.

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    Generation No. 5

    11. Martha5 Williamson (Francis4, Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1) was bom Abt. 1690, and died Abt. 1740 in Isle of Wight Co, VA. She married (1) John Price, Jr.. She married (2) James Atkinson, Jr. Bef. 1691 in Isle of Wight County, VA, son of James Atkinson and Mary Holleman.

    Notes for James Atkinson, Jr.: Will probated 23 Dec. 1723, Isle of Wight 1723. Married before 1691: Weddings of Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    Children of Martha Williamson and James Atkinson are: 17 i. Thomas*5 Atkinson, bom Abt. 1716 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died Abt. 1771 in

    Southhampton, VA. He married Patience — Abt. 1737 in VA.

    Notes for Thomas Atkinson: WiU probated 11 April 1771, Book 2, p. 377 Southampton, Va. resided in Isle of Wight County, Va. Southampton County, Va., and Edgecombe County, NC. Ref: Deed Book 1772-1775, p. 198 Edgecombe County, NC.

    Timothy Atkinson, bom Abt. 1720. He married Elizabeth [a] —. James AtkinsonUl, bom Abt. 1722. Mary Atkinson, bom Abt. 1725. DrusciUa Atkinson, bom Abt. 1727. Sarah Atkinson, bom Abt. 1729. She married William Ingram.

    12. Francis5 Williamson, Jr . (Francis4, Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1). He married Martha Harris.

    Children of Francis Williamson and Martha Harris are:

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    Francis6 WilUamsonUI. James Williamson. Benjamin Williamson. Joseph Williamson. Hardy Williamson. Sarah Williamson. Morning Williamson.

    13. Arthur5 Williamson (Francis4, Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1) died 1772. He married Ann Exum.

    Children of Arthur Williamson and Ann Exum are; 30 31 32 33

    i. Mary6 Williamson. ii. Exum Williamson.

    iii. Arthur Williamson, Jr. iv. Jesse Williamson.

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    14. Joseph5 Williamson (Francis4, Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1) died 1753. He married Hannah Branch.

    Children of Joseph Williamson and Hannah Branch are: 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

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    Absolom6 Williamson. William WiUiamson. Burwell Williamson. Arvilla Williamson. Elizabeth Williamson. Silviah Williamson. Ann Williamson. Mary Williamson.

    15. Benjamin5 Williamson (Francis4, Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1) died 1772. He married Martha Branch.

    Children of Benjamin Williamson and Martha Branch are: Stephen6 WilUamson. Henry Edmunds Williamson. Elizabeth Williamson. Lucy WiUiamson. Martha Williamson. Nancy Williamson. Matthew WilUamson. Lewis Williamson. James WUliamson, bom Abt. 1752; died October 20, 1806. He married Ann Edmunds Edwards October 21, 1784.

    16. Robert5 Williamson (Robert4, Robert3, Richard2, Thomas1) was bora 1695 in Middlesex Co., VA. He married Elizabeth Mickleborough, daughter of Tobias Mickleborough and Elizabeth Minor.

    Child of Robert Williamson and Elizabeth Mickleborough is: 51 i. Benjamin6 Williamson, bom 1727 in Middlesex Co., VA; died 1774 in GA. He married

    Lucv.

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    Descendants of John Allen

    Generation No. 1

    1. John1 Allen was bom Abt. 1569 in England.

    Children of John Allen are: + 2 i. Arthur2 Allen, bom Abt. 1599 in probably in England; died Abt. 1670 in Surry County, VA.

    3 ii. Humphrey Allen, bom 1596 in England; died Bef. 1671 in Surry Co., VA.

    Notes for Humphrey Allen: Surry County Court Records, op. cit. "Book i, page 66, June 1655. Account of Mr. James Taylor, deceased by Ja. Mason, Wm. Batt. ... [includes] Mr. Humph. Allen, Mr. Arthur Allen, ...many others." Ibid "Book 1, page 238,20 June 1664. John Rawlings [could this be our JOHN ROWLAND], of Martin's Brandon, for himself and Wm. Scarbrough hath surveyed and assigned all rights to Mr. Humphrey Allen in a certain patent of land." Ibid. "Book 1, page, 4 July 1671. Indenture between Roger Delke... and William Bulter ... to where Humphrey Allen Lived."

    Generation No. 2

    2. Arthur2 Allen (John1) was bora Abt. 1599 in probably in England, and died Abt. 1670 in Surry County, VA. He married Alice Tucker Abt. 1617, daughter of William [ Capt. J Tucker.

    Notes for Arthur Allen: By 1649 he was in James City County, VA. He was know as Colonel Arthur Allen who built Allen's Brick House cl655 on land patented March 14, 1649, located between Lawnes Creek and Chippoakes Creek; currently know as Hog Island in Surry County, Va. House after Bacon's Rebellion in 1676 was knows as Bacon's Castle. He brought 4 person to the colony: Alice Tucker (his wife), William Moss, William Eyres, and Thomas Rastell. There are many references to Arthur Allen in the Surry County Court Records. One of the earliest, "Book 1, page53. Bro. Cockerman, Pray be please to confess a Judgement to ARTHUR ALLEN for 539 lbs. of tobacco. Your loving sister. Eliza. Shepherd. Recorded Tbris 1654." Ibid, "page 167, 5 Tbris 1660. At the Court in Southwarke Parish for the County: Commissioners. Capt. Geo. Jordan, Capt. Wm. Cockerham, MR. ARTHUR ALLEN, Mr. John Carker." Ibid, "page 168, 24 May 1661. At a meeting of the Vestry of Southwarke Parish and Lawn Creek Parish Present were ... for Lawnes Creek Parish, included... ARTHUR ALLEN." Herbert R. Collins, History and Genealogy of the Collins Family... Va, 1954. page 5-7. "Arthur

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    Allen came to Surry [Co., VA] rather early in the 17th century. Two of the most prominent and oldest homes in the county were built by him. Bacon's Castle was built by him in 1655. In Bacon's RebeUion of 1676, thils house was seized by a party of rebels and fortified. On Dec. 29, 1676, it was captured by sailors froma shlip in the James River whowere engaged in putting down the rebellion. Arthur Allen, II (aka, Major Allien] and Robert Caufiie, who had married Elizabeth AUen, sist of Manor Arthur Allen, were with Governor Berkeley. Bacons's men were finally driven out on December 28, 1677, Afterwards Allien and Caufield brought suit against some of the participant for damage.... It was rumored that Arthur Allen was a prince.

    Another reference on early home of Virginia states... Arthur Allen was a minor prince of the House of Hanover, which became the current House of Windsor in England.

    Notes for Alice Tucker: After the death of her first husband, Arthur Allen, who left no wiU, his wife settled his estate. Surry County Records, Book 1, p. 405.. 9 March 1670. Mrs. Alice Tucker discharges Nicholas Sessums of aU claims of debts. Wit; Wm Newsum, John Thompson."

    Children of Arthur Allen and Alice Tucker are: + 4 i. Jane3 Allen, bora Abt. 1619 in Surry County, VA; died Abt. 1700 in Surry County, VA.

    5 ii. Elizabeth Allen, bom Abt. 1638. She married (1) Robert Caufield. She married (2) Joseph John Jackman.

    Notes for Robert Caufield: See Collins, op. cit.page 4-5. Robert, the son of William Caufield and his wife Dorcus, who owned land and lived in Chippoakes Parish of Surry Co., VA. He also owned 1,950 acres in Southwarke Parish in the Hog Island area. Robert was appointed Justice of Peace in Surry Co. on June 28, 1642. He and his wife, probably did not have nay children since he left most of his estates to his nieces and nephews, including ... Elizabeth, daughter of Arthur Allen, and to Kadierine and James Children of Arthur AUen. Will dated January 2, 1691. Ibid. William Caufield had one other child, a daughter who married John Copllins, who arrived in VA, between 1634 an 1650

    Notes for Joseph John Jackman: Appointed Sheriff of Surry County, VA March 19, 1707/08.

    Katherine Allen, bom Abt. 1643 in Surry Co., VA; died 1693 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. Arthur (Major) Allen, bom Abt. 1645 in Surry County, VA; died May 19, 1710 in Surry County, VA. Humphrey Allen, bom Abt. 1645; died 1666 in d.s.p. in Surry Co., VA. Mary Allen, bom Abt. 1648.

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    4. Jane3 Allen (Arthur2, John1) was bom Abt. 1619 in Surry County, VA, and died Abt. 1700 in Surry County, VA. She married (1) Robert Proctor, son of John Proctor and Alice. She married (2) Robert Williamson Abt. 1654 in Surry Co., VA, son of Richard WiUiamson and Margaret Sherwood. She married (3) Robert Burnett November 02, 1672 in Isle of Wight County, VA.

    Notes for Jane Allen: All children listed appear to be of the first marriage to Robert Williamson. Marriage no 2 Nov. 1672 to Robert Burnett; marriage no. 3. Will of Robert Proctor 11 April 1729 naming neither wife nor children among his heirs. In various record her name is spelled, Jane, Jone, and Jona.

    Notes for Robert Williamson: Some suggest he was bom 1640/42 in Middlesex, London, are: Ancestral File, FHC. His will dated Feb. 22, 1669, Surry Co., VA Surry County Records, op. cit. "Book 1, p. 306, 7 July 1668. Thomas Hoge, age 23, deposes about a horse... Wm. Dowling. About 50 years, make a Deposition concerning a conversation between Mr. Richard Lawrence and MR. ROBERT WILLIAMSON at Court ... ARTHUR ALLEN, age 60, testified that he and brother [in-law] went to James City to see a horse - two horses for sale. The question of discussion being which horse died. DANIEL TUCKER, aged 55, testified that while at his brother[in-law] Allen's house, saw the horse in Mr. Bland's and Mr. Carter's field, but presently saw it in his brother's field..." This citation includes Arthur Allen, his son in law, Robert WUliamson and Daniel Tucker, the brother of his wife.

    Children of Jane Allen and Robert Williamson are: Francis4 WiUiamson, bom Abt. 1654 in Surry Co., VA; died May 14,1745 in NC?. Robert Williamson, Jr., bom Abt. 1665 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died 1726 in Middlesex Co., VA. George Williamson, bom Abt. 1641; died 1722 in VA. He married Esther Bridger. Arthur Williamson, bom Abt. 1647.

    Child of Jane Allen and Robert Burnett is: 14 i. Ann4 Burnett, bom 1675 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    6. Katherine3 Allen (Arthur2, John1) was bom Abt. 1643 in Surry Co., VA, and died 1693 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. She married Robert Johnson Abt. 1662 in VA.

    Notes for Robert Johnson: He married Katherine Allen of Bacon's Castle, Surry County, Virginia. She is the the sister of our

    ancestor, Jane Allen, who married Robert Williamson. This the line of President of Lyndon Baines Johnson.

    Children of Katherine Allen and Robert Johnson are: + 15 i. Mary4 Johnson, bom Abt. 1674 in VA; died Aft. 1747 in VA.

    16 ii. John (the elder) Johnson, bom Abt. 1663 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died in Isle of Wight Co., VA. He married (1) Mary —. He married (2) Mary Thompson 1701 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.

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    17 iii. Elinor Johnson, bom Abt. 1665. 18 iv. Catherine Johnson, bora Abt. 1668. She married Robert Council. 19 v. Priscilla Johnson, bom Abt. 1672. She married John Council.

    7. Arthur (Major)3 Allen (Arthur2, John1) was bom Abt. 1645 in Surry County, VA, and died May 19, 1710 in Surry County, VA. He married Katherine Baker Abt. 1678, daughter of Lawrence Baker.

    Notes for Arthur (Major) Allen: Will probated in Surry County, Va 5 September 1710. Built Claremont Manorin the decade 1710-1720. All of his children and his wife predeceased him. He left Claremont Manor to his nephew, William Allen, a minor in 1741. He was Justice of Surry Co., Speaker of the House of Burgess in 1688 and is buried in the Allen Family Cemetery at Claremont, Surry County, Virginia.

    Notes for Katherine Baker: Surry County Will, etc. VA, Book 4 page 352 ... Thomas Swarm of Southwarke Parish to Arthur AUen of Lawnes Creek Parish for 300 pounds sterling... land bought from Arthur Allen and Katherine Allen (2050 acres patented by her father, Capt. Lawrence Baker of Lawnes Creek Parish on 24 April 1667 and 350 acres patented by said Arthur Allen on 14 June 1678. Wit." Henry Tooker [is this Tucker and part of Alice Tuckers farmly] and William Brown. Rec. 6 Mar. 1693

    Children of Arthur Allen and Katherine Baker are: 20 i. John4 Allen, bom Abt. 1685 in Surry County, VA; died Abt. 1741 in Surry County, VA. He

    married Elizabeth Bassett Abt. 1718 in VA. Arthur AllenUI, bom Abt. 1687 in Surry County, VA; died Abt. 1727 in Surry County, VA. Joseph Allen, bora Abt. 1691 in Surry County, VA; died Abt. 1736 in Surry County, VA. Mary Allen, bom Abt. 1692. She married Arthur Long. Ann Allen, bora Abt. 1684. Katherine Allen, bom Abt. 1696 in Surry Co., VA.

    9. Mary3 Allen (Arthur2, John1) was bora Abt. 1648. She married Arthur (Capt) Long Abt. 1685 in Surry Co., VA.

    Notes for Arthur (Capt.) Long: Vol. 2:2952 World Family Tree CD

    Child of Mary Allen and Arthur Long is: + 26 i. Edward4 Long, Sr., bom 1686 in Surry Co., VA; died 1749 in VA.

    Generation No. 4

    10. Francis4 WiUiamson (Jane3 AUen, Arthur2, John1) was bom Abt. 1654 in Surry Co., VA, and died May 14, 1745 in NC?. He married Ann Exum Abt. 1689, daughter of— Exum and Mary

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    Notes for Francis Williamson: Wills and Administration of Isle of Wight Co., V A, v. 2, page 116 (Reese Library) original page 47. "Williamson, Francis, Leg. Wife Ann, sons Arthur, Joseph, Benjamin, granddaughter Mourning Williamson, daughter MARTHA ATKINSON, grandson, Francis Williamson, Arthur Williamson and Burwell, Joseph, Hardy, Absolom, Benjamin and James Williamson. Executors Arthur and Benjamin Williamson. Died May 14, 1743, Recorded August 22, 1743."

    Children of Francis Williamson and Ann Exum are: 27 i. Martha5 Williamson, bom Abt. 1690; died Abt. 1740 in Isle of Wight Co, VA. She married

    (1) John Price, Jr.. She married (2) James Atkinson, Jr. Bef. 1691 in Isle of Wight County, VA.

    Notes for James Atkinson, Jr.: Will probated 23 Dec. 1723, Isle of Wight 1723. Married before 1691: Weddings of Isle of Wight Co., VA.

    28 ii. Francis WiUiamson, Jr.. He married Martha Harris. 29 iii. Arthur WiUiamson, died 1772. He married Ann Exum. 30 iv. Joseph WiUiamson, died 1753. He married Hannah Branch. 31 v. Benjamin WUliamson, died 1772. He married Martha Branch.

    11. Robert4 Williamson, Jr . (Jane3 Allen, Arthur2, John1) was bom Abt. 1665 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, and died 1726 in Middlesex Co., VA. He married Catherne Lewis February 27, 1679/80 in Middlesex Co., VA.

    Child of Robert Williamson and Catherne Lewis is: 32 i. Robert5 WilUamson, bom 1695 in Middlesex Co., VA. He married Elizabeth

    Mickleborough.

    15. Mary4 Johnson (Katherine3 Allen, Arthur2, John1) was bom Abt. 1674 in VA, and died Aft. 1747 in VA. She married James Johnston Bef. 1690 in VA.

    Child of Mary Johnson and James Johnston is: 33 i. John5 Johnston, bom Abt. 1696 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; died Abt. 1783 in Southampton

    Co., VA.. He married Peninah Bef. 1723 in VA.

    21. Arthur4 Allenlll (Arthur (Major)3, Arthur2, John1) was bom Abt. 1687 in Surry County, VA, and died Abt. 1727 in Surry County, VA. He married Elizabeth Bray November 27, 1711 in James City Co., VA.

    Child of Arthur Allen and Elizabeth Bray is: 34 i. Katherine5 Allen, bora Abt. 1724 in Surry County, VA. She married Benjamin Cocke Abt.

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    22. Joseph4 Allen (Arthur (Major)3, Arthur2, John1) was bora Abt. 1691 in Surry County, VA, and died Abt. 1736 in Surry County, VA.

    Child of Joseph Allen is: 35 i. William5 AllenI, bom Abt. 1734 in Surry County, VA; died Abt. 1831 in Surry County, VA.

    Notes for William AllenI: Inherited Claremont Manor in 1741 while still a minor. Died without children.

    26. Edward4 Long, Sr. (Mary3 Allen, Arthur2, John1) was bom 1686 in Surry Co., VA, and died 1749 in VA.

    Child of Edward Long, Sr. is: 36 i. Edward5 Long, Jr., bora Abt. 1725.

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    Direct Descendants of Nathan Atkinson

    1 Nathan Atkinson b: January 01, 1749/50 in Southampton Co., VA d: May 08, 1813 in Greene County, GA +Martha (Patsey) Whitehead b: April 1756 in VA d: Abt. 1828 in Greene County, GA m: Abt. 1775 Father: William Whitehead Mother: Abby —

    2 Rhoda Atkinson b: October 20, 1777 in NC d: March 26, 1840 in Greene County, GA +Hiram Rowland b: November 27, 1772 in Franklin County ?, NC d: April 11, 1845 in Greene County, GA m: September 22, 1794 in Oglethorpe County, GA Father: Frederick Rowland Mother: Sealey Huckaby

    3 William Rowland b: November 26, 1797 in Greene County, GA d: May 21, 1867 in Greene County, GA +Mary Jackson b: August 16, 1800 in Greene County, GA d: October 19, 1861 in Greene County, GA m: January 26, 1819 in Greene County, GA Father: David Jackson Mother: Rachael Hines Lewis

    4 Albert Walter Rowland b: January 05, 1830 in Greene County, GA d: November 22, 1882 in Starrsville, Newton County, GA +Margaret Ann Bessent b: April 05, 1830 in Charleston, SC d: December 19, 1895 in StarrsviUe, Newton County, GA m: April 03, 1850 in Oxford, Newton County, GA Father: Peter G. Bessent Mother: Mary Ann Fair

    5 Robert Lee Rowland b: September 23, 1865 in Greene County, GA d: May 30, 1934 in Hampton, Henry County, GA +Mary Alice Moore b: August 19, 1867 in Newton County, GA d: December 07, 1942 in Hampton, Henry County, GA m: November 09, 1884 in Newton County, GA Father: George Washington Moore Mother: Mary Frances Haney

    6 Arthur Rowland b: May 28, 1903 in Inman, Fayette County, GA d: August 12, 1969 in Atlanta, Fulton County, GA +Jennie [Levina Jane] Goodman b: September 06, 1905 in Vaughn, Spalding County, GA m: July 22, 1927 in Jonesboro, Clayton County, GA Father: Ishmael Mathis G_odman Mother: Carlestia Caroline Adell Reeves

    7 Arthur Ray Rowland b: January 06, 1930 in Hampton, Henry County, GA •2nd Wife of William Rowland:

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    Descendants of Arthur Ray Rowland

    Generation No. 1

    1. Arthur Ray16 Rowland (Arthur15, Robert Lee14, Albert Walter13, William12, Hiram11, Frederick10, Jesse9, William8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was bom January 06, 1930 in Hampton, Henry County, GA. He married Priscilla Jane Thomas July 01, 1955 in Savannah, Chatham County, GA, daughter of Silas Thomas and Ruth Gibson.

    Notes for Arthur Ray Rowland: I was bom in my parent's home in Hampton, Ga. I don't thinks the streets had names in those days. However today the Street is named James Street. In any case the house where I was bora, was torn down a number of years ago. I enrolled in the Hampton School in 1935. We lived in three other houses in Hampton, including one on Elm Street, until we moved to a rented house on Georgia Ave in Hapeville, GA in the summer of 1940. I was in the 6th grade at College Street School, and Miss Maybell WaU was my teacher. In the summer of 1941 we moved to Charleston, SC and Daddy worked at the Charleston Navy Yard. The first month there we lived with the Starr family and then in a 2 room duplex near the Navy Yard. Cullie and Hugh Mathews lived in the other half with their daughter Joanne. Cullie was the sister of Uncle Jim Jennings (his wife was Willie Earle Goodman, sister of Mother). Later we Uved into one of housing projects built to house worker at the Charleston Navy Yard. We moved back to Hapeville in the late fall of 1943 and I entered and later graduated from Hapeville High School in 1946. My parents and especially Mother, wanted me to go to college and made great sacrifices to do this. I received the A. B. in history, Mercer University, 1951, and a M. Ln. [Master of Librarianship] degree, Emory University, 1952. During my college years I worked as a student assistant in the library of Mercer University, and during the summers, beginning in 1947, I worked in the Wrapping and Packing Department of Rich's Department Store. I continued part time at Rich's on the weekend of my senior year at Mercer and until I moved to Savannah in December 1953. I served in the U. S. Navy, 1948-49, U. S. Navy Reserves, 1949-1954. I had been to Mercer for two years, money was tighter than ever at home, and I really did not know what I wanted to do with my life, so my college room mate, Glen Davis and I joined the Navy. After I got out of the Navy, I lived at home and spent my junior year at Ga. State College in Atlanta, then I returned to Mercer University for my senior year. Mother and Daddy had purchased in 1943 the house at 3572 Perkins St., Hapeville, Ga where I lived until I took a job at Armstrong College and moved to Savannah, Ga in December 1953. I lived in a 2 room apartment on 37th Street for about 4 month and then moved to 19 W. Gordon Street, apartment on the 3d floor, in Savannah, Ga. Jane Thomas, a professor biology at Armstrong CoUege, and my future wife lived at 17 W. Gordon St. She moved into 19 W. Gordon when we married in 1955. We lived there until we bought our first house in March 1956 on CresthiU Circle in Savannah. In Sept 1956 we moved to Auburn, Alabama and lived first at 111 Moores Circles and later on Toomer St. in Auburn. In March 1957 we moved Jacksonville, Florida and bought a new house at 2706 Loma Rd., in the Arlington section of Jacksonville. In June 1961 we moved to Augusta and lived in Monte Sano Apt. on Monte Sano Ave

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    in Augusta. In December 1961 we bought the house at 1339 Winter Street and Uved there until we sold the house and bought Suite 603, River Place Condoimmums at 1 Seventh St., Augusta, Ga. on 29 March 1994. In April 1996 we bought Suite 1503, one of the large penthouse types and currently live there.

    I began my library career as as student assistant at the Mercer University Library in 1946. I worked at the Ga. State College Library from 1951 until Dec. 1953. January 1, 1954 to September 1956, Librarian of Armstrong College of Savannah, September 1956 until March 1958, Head of the Circulation Department of the Auburn University Library; March 1958 until June 1961 Librarian Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, and on July 1, 1961 until retirement June 30, 1991 served as Librarian and Professor Library Science at Augusta College [now Augusta State University]. FOR A COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL BIOGRAPHY SEE: Who's Who in America, for all volumes published 1964-1997, Who's Who in the South and Southeast, Who's Who in Library Science and its successors, etc. Who's Who in America, also contains a list of my publications.

    Notes for Priscilla Jane Thomas: Jane received the B. A., Magna Cum Laude, Bessie Tift College, 1952, M. S. [ir* Biology ]Emory University, 1953. Her professional career included: Instructor of Biology, 1953-1957, at Armstrong College of Savanna, Assistant Professor of Biology, 1961-1964 ,at Augusta College; and Assistant Professor of Biology, 1964-1979, at Paine CoUege. She was bora in the house of her grandmother, Georgia Elizabeth Hale Thomas Ponder. Her Thomas grandparents had purchased the house and land when they first married in 1898. The land originally belonged to John Lewis Ponder, a great grandfather, who was one of the original settlers of Monroe County, GA. John Lewis Ponder was the father of Dulane F. Ponder and brother of Daniel Ponder. Dulane F. Ponder and Mary Elzora Ham were the parents of Georgia Ann Missouri who married William Hale. William Hale and Georgia were the parents of Georgia EUzabeth Hale. Georgia first married Silas Leaman Thomas, I. they had one child Silas Leaman Thomas, bom 1906. Silas the first died in 1907, and Georgia married her second cousin, John T. Ponder in 1911. They had no children. Silas Leaman Thomas, II, married Ruth Gibson; they lived with Grandmother until 1936, when grandmother fixed up a tenant house for them. In 1947 they swapped houses with Grandmother and she Uved in the tenant house until she died in 1957. Both of Silas and Ruth's children were bom in this house, which now stand on Highway 83, 6 miles north of Forsyth, Ga. and one mile south of the Towaliga River. Silas lived in the big house until he died in 1989. He spend only the last two month in a nursing home. The house now belongs to Violet Thomas, the widow of Silas Leaman Thomas (III), Jane's brother Leaman who died in 1996. Jane inherited 104 acres of the Thomas land, which she sold in 1990 to buy a vacation home in the mountains. The first house in the mountain was in Rabun Gap, GA, purchased in 1989. This house was sold and a larger house was built in Franklin, NC in 1993. The house in Franklin was sold in the Spring 1995.

    Jane has published more than forty books on her ancestors, including several who were among the earliest settlers in Virginia and Pocahontas of the Powhatan tribe and another Indian ancestor from the Nansemond tribe who married a Basse ancestor. Other families include: Thomas, Scarborough, Gibson, Castleberry, Lavender, Ponder, Hale,

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    Coleman, Rucker, Ham, Elder, Basse, Persons, Dudley, Gatewood, Reade, Watkins, etc.

    Children of Arthur Rowland and Priscilla Thomas are: + 2 i. Dell Ruth17 Rowland, bom July 17, 1956 in Savannnah, Chatham Co., GA. + 3 ii. Anna Jane Rowland, bom September 05, 1957 in Opelika, Lee Co, AL.

    Generation No. 2

    2. Dell Ruth17 Rowland (Arthur Ray16, Arthur15, Robert Lee14, Albert Walter13, William12, Hiram11, Frederick10, Jesse9, William8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was bora July 17, 1956 in Savannnah, Chatham Co., GA. She married Mark Gregory Mitravich June 15, 1991 in Augusta, Richmond Co., GA, son of Joseph Mitravich and Amelia Rinkus.

    Notes for Dell Ruth Rowland: B. S., Cum Laude, [Chemistry] Augusta College, 1977; Graduate studies in chemistry 1977-79 Florida State University; MBA, University of South Carolina, 1995. Dell was employed from 1979-1989 at the Georgia State Crime Laboratory and was Director of the Augusta Branch of this lab from 1986-1989. She is currently employed in the Research Department of Michelin Tire Corp. Dell and Mark met in GreenvUle, but both were transferred to Charlotte, NC in October 1995.

    Notes for Mark Gregory Mitravich; He has B. A. degree from Lehigh University (PA) and an MBA degree from City College of New York. Both of his grandparents were bom in Lithuania (formerly a part of Russia) who immigrated to the United States about 1900 and settled in Pennsylvania. By his first wife,Cynthia Spooner, Mark has two children, JuUe Mitravich and Robert (Bob) Mitravich.

    Child of Dell Rowland and Mark Mitravich is: 4 i. Sarah Jane18 Mitravich, bom April 01,1997 in Russia.

    Notes for Sarah Jane Mitravich: She was bom in Russia on April 1, 1997 at the Podolsk Children's Municipal Hospital. Her mother, Nina Ivanovna Denisova, signed the release papers on April 3, 1997 because she had no means to support her child (originally named Olga Ivanovna Denisova). Sarah Jane was adopted by DeU and Mark, who pick her up at the hospital, located in the suburbs of Moscow, Russia, on November 18, 1997 and entered the United States on November 22, 1997.

    3. Anna Jane17 Rowland (Arthur Ray16, Arthur15, Robert Lee14, Albert Walter13, William12, Hiram11, Frederick10, Jesse9, WiUiam8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was bom September 05, 1957 in Opelika, Lee Co, AL. She married (1) Phillip Richard Borden August 27, 1977 in Augusta, Richmond Co., GA, son of James Borden and Vivian Turner. She married (2) Timothy Elliot Dobbs April 11, 1991 in Augusta, Richmond Co., GA, son of

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    Melvin Dobbs and Patricia Reeves.

    Notes for Anna Jane Rowland: B. A. (psychology) Augusta College, 1978, M. Ed. in Counseling, Augusta State University, 1996 . She was employed as Director of Volunteer Service at the Georgia Regional Hospital since 1987-1997.. Divorced 1986. Anna has no children by her second marriage. Tim and Anna are 7th cousins once removed, both being descendants of William Reeves (b. 1680 in VA) and Margaret Burgess, who later moved to GranvUle Co., NC. From NC the Reeves moved; one branch moved to SC and the Rowland - Goodman - Reeves line moved on to GA. See the author's The Reeves Farmly of Georgia. Currently Anna and Tim five in Martinez, Columbia County, GA,

    Notes for Timothy Elliot Dobbs; Tim has one daughter by his first wife, Teresa Whitner, Allison Rebecca Dobbs, bom June 17, 1986 in Augusta, Richmond Co., GA.

    ChUd of Anna Rowland and PhiUip Borden is: + 5 i. Laura Jane18 Borden, bom January 08,1979 in Augusta, Richmond Co., GA.

    Generation No. 3

    5. Laura Jane18 Borden (Anna Jane17 Rowland, Arthur Ray16, Arthur15, Robert Lee14, Albert Walter13, William12, Hiram11, Frederick10, Jesse9, William8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was bom January 08, 1979 in Augusta, Richmond Co., GA. She married Charies Woodrow Kaminer April 12, 1997 in North Augusta, Aiken Co., SC, son of Darrell Kaminer and Holly Armstrong.

    Notes for Laura Jane Borden: Laura Jane Borden's father has been married three times, with a cluld by each marriage. Philip Richard (Richy) Boden is the child offirst marriage to Nancy Taylor; Laura Jane is from the second marriage to Anna Rowland; and Tara Borden is from the third marriage to Mary Elizabeth Vess. Her husband. Woody is a Deputy Sheriff of Richmond County, Ga. They live in North Augusta, SC

    Child of Laura Borden and Charles Kaminer is: 6 i. Bayle Thomas19 Kaminer, bom September 23, 1997 in Augusta, GA.

    Notes for Bayle Thomas Kaminer: Bom at St. Joseph's Hospital, Augusta, Georgia. He is 5th generation Uving. and Great Great Grandchild of generation 1. all of his living ancestors are doing fine. 1. Levine Jane (Jennie) Goodman Rowland 2. Arthur Ray Rowland 3. Anna Rowland

    Borden Dobbs 4. Laura Borden Kaminer. 5. Bayle Thomas Kaminer.

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    —,Ann: 17 —, Elizabeth [a]: 5,9, 16, 19 —, Margaret: 15 —, Mary: 4, 9, 15 —, Mary: 15 —, Mary: 23 —,Mary: 18,24 —,Mary: 3 ,4 ,7 ,8 , 12, 13 —, Patience: 5,10,16, 19 Alice: 23 Allen, Ann: 24 Allen, Arthur: 17,21-26 Allen, Arthur (Major): 22,24-26 Allen, Arthur UT: 24,25 Allen, ElizabeUi: 22 Allen, Humphrey: 21 Allen, Humphrey: 22 Allen, Jane: 17, 18,22-25 Allen, John: 21,23-26 Allen, John: 24 Allen, Joseph: 24,26 Allen, Katherine: 22,23,25 Allen, Katherine: 24 Allen, Katherine: 25 Allen, Mary: 22,24,26 Allen, Mary: 24 Allen, William I: 26 Armstrong, Holly Robin: 31 Atkinson, Ann: 6, 10 Atkinson, Celia: 6, 10 Atkinson, DruscUla: 5, 9, 16, 19 Atkinson, Easter: 6, 10 Atkinson, James: 6, 10 Atkinson, James I: 4, 8 Atkinson, James &T 5, 9,16, 19 Atkinson, James, Jr.: 5, 9, 10, 16, 19,

    25 Atkinson, James, Sr.: 4, 5, 8-10, 15,

    16, 19 Atkinson, John: 4 Atkinson, John: 5, 9, 15, 16 Atkinson, Lucy: 6, 10 Atkinson, Mary: 5, 9, 16, 19 Atkinson, Mary [b]: 5, 9, 16 Atkinson, Matthew: 3-5 Atkinson, Matthew, Jr.: 3 Atkinson, Michael; 6,10 Atkinson, Nathan: 5, 6, 10, 27 Atkinson, PrisciUa: 6,10 Atkinson, Rhoda: 27 Atkinson, Sarah: 5, 9, 16, 19 Atkinson, Sarah U: 6, 10 Atkinson, Thomas: 3-5, 8 Atkmson, Thomas: 5, 9, 10, 16, 19 A_dnson, Thomas I: 4, 5, 8, 15 Atkinson, Thomas UI: 6, 10 Atkinson, Timothy: 5, 9, 16, 19 Baker, Katherine: 24 Baker, Lawrence: 24 Bassett, Elizabeth: 24

    Bessent, Margaret Ann: 27 Borden, James Bennett: 30 Borden, Laura Jane: 31 Borden, Phillip Richard: 30,31 Boykin, Edward: 9, 12, 14 Branch, Hannah: 20,25 Branch, Martha: 20,25 Bray, Elizabeth: 25 Bridger, Esther: 18,23 Browne, Margaret: 17 Burnett, Ann: 23 Burnett, Robert: 23 Caufield, Robert: 22 Cocke, Benjamin: 25 Council, John: 24 Council, Robert: 24 Dobbs, Melvin Elliot: 31 Dobbs, Timothy Elliot: 30, 31 Edwards, Ann Edmunds: 20 Exum,—: 18,24 Exum, Ann: 19,25 Exum, Ann: 5, 9, 16, 18, 24, 25 Flake, Alice: 8, 9, 12-14 Flake, Robert: 8, 11-13 Flake, Robert, Jr.: 12,13 Gibson, Ruth: 28

    Goodman, Jennie [Levina Jane]: 27 Gwaltney, —: 4, 8 Gwaltney, Ann: 9, 12, 14 Gwaltney, John: 9, 12, 14 Gwaltney, Katherine: 9, 12, 14 Gwaltney, Mary: 9, 12, 14 Gwaltney, Ruth: 9, 12,14 Gwaltney, Susannah: 4, 7-10, 15 Gwaltney, Thomas: 4, 7-10, 12, 13 Gwaltney, William: 9, 12, 14 Gwaltney, William: 7-9, 12-14 Harris, Martha: 19,25 Holleman, Ann: 5,9, 15, 16 Holleman, Christopher: 4, 9, 15, 16 Holleman, Christopher, Jr.: 15 Holleman, Mary: 4, 5, 9, 15, 16, 19 Holleman, Richard: 15 Holleman, Thomas: 15 Holleman, William; 15 Ingram, William: 5, 9, 16, 19 Jackman, Joseph John: 22 Jackson, Mary: 27 Johnson, Catherine: 24 Johnson, Elinor: 24 Johnson, John (the elder): 23 Johnson, Mary: 23, 25 Johnson, Priscilla: 24 Johnson, Robert: 23 Johnston, James: 25 Johnston, John: 25 Kaminer, Bayle Thomas: 31 Kaminer, Charles Woodrow: 31 Kaminer, Darrell Otis: 31 Lewis, Catherne: 18,25

    Long, Arthur: 24 Long, Arthur (Capt.): 24 Long, Edward, Jr.: 26 Long, Edward, Sr.: 24, 26 Lucy: 20 Marriott, Margaret: 8, 11-13 Marriott, Mary: 11 Marriott, Mathias: 11-13 Marriott, William: 11, 12 Marriott], Elizabethfwidow of: 11 Mickleborough, Elizabeth: 20,25 Mickleborough, Tobias: 20 Minor, Elizabeth: 20 Mitravich, Joseph Anthony: 30 Mitravich, Mark Gregory: 30 Mitravich, Sarah Jane: 30 Moore, Mary Alice: 27 Peninah: 25 Price, John, Jr.: 19,25 Proctor, John Gray: 23 Proctor, Robert: 23 Reeves, Patricia: 31 Rinkus, Amelia Isabella: 30 Rowland, Albert Walter: 27, 28, 30,

    31 Rowland, Anna Jane: 30, 31 Rowland, Arthur: 27,28,30,31 Rowland, Arthur Ray: 27, 28, 30, 31 Rowland, DeU Ruth: 30 Rowland, Frederick: 28, 30, 31 Rowland, Hiram: 27,28,30,31 Rowland, Jesse, Sr: 28,30,31 Rowland, John: 28,30,31 Rowland, John U: 28,30,31 Rowland, Robert Lee: 27,28, 30, 31 Rowland, Thomas: 28,30,31 Rowland, Thomas: 28, 30, 31 Rowland, William: 27, 28, 30, 31 Rowland, William I: 28, 30, 31 Rowland, William U: 28, 30, 31 Rowland, WiUiam UI: 28, 30, 31 Rowland, William IV: 28, 30, 31 Sherwood, Margaret: 17, 23 Speed, Elizabeth: 6, 10 Thomas, Priscilla Jane: 28-30 Thomas, Silas Leaman: 28 Thompson, Mary: 23 Thompson, Sam: 11 Tucker, Alice: 17, 21,22 Tucker, William [ Capt.]: 21 Turner, Vivian La Vera [Vera]: 30 Warren, Alice: 11, 13 Whitehead, Martha (Patsey): 6, 10,27 Williamson, Absolom: 20 Williamson, Ann: 20 Williamson, Arthur: 18, 19, 25 WiUiamson, Arthur: 18,23 Williamson, Arthur, Jr.: 19 Williamson, Arvilla: 20 Williamson, Benjamin: 18, 20, 25

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  • Williamson, Benjamin: 19 WilUamson, Benjamin: 20 Williamson, Burwell: 20 Williamson, Ehzabeth: 20 Williamson, Elizabeth: 20 Williamson, Exum; 19 Williamson, Francis: 5, 9, 16, 18-20,

    23-25 Williamson, Francis UL 19 Williamson, Francis, Jr.: 18, 19,25 Williamson, George: 18,23 Williamson, Hardy: 19 Williamson, Henry Edmunds; 20 WUliamson, James: 19 Williamson, James: 17 Williamson, James: 20 Williamson, Jesse: 19 Williamson, John: 17 Williamson, Joseph: 18, 20,25 WiUiamson, Joseph: 19 Williamson, Lewis: 20 Williamson, Lucy: 20 Williamson, Martha: 20 Williamson, Martha: 5, 9, 16, 18, 19,

    25 WilUamson, Mary: 19 Williamson, Mary: 20 WilUamson, Matthew: 20 Williamson, Mouring; 19 Williamson, Nancy: 20 Williamson, Richard: 17-20,23 Williamson, Richard, Jr.; 17 Williamson, Robert: 17-20,23 WiUiamson, Robert: 18,20,25 Williamson, Robert, Jr.: 18,20,23,25 WilUamson, Sarah: 19 Williamson, SUviah: 20 Williamson, Stephen: 20 Williamson, Thomas: 17-20 Williamson, WiUiam: 20 Wingfield, Flora: 6, 10

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