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MY MAYO

Family Tree and it's Branches by David E. Corley


William MAYO

Isabel HARDY

William Mayo, born c. 1645. He was married to Isabel Hardy the daughter of Capt. John Hardy, born in England about 1637 and his 1st wife, Olive Council dau. of John Council & Elizabeth Drake. William and Isabel's children were: William Mayo James Mayo m. Mary Valwntine John Mayo Peter Mayo Mary Mayo m. Geo. Murrell Margaret Mayo Patience Mayo m. John Beal William Mayo was imported from England in 1666 by John Hardy, of Isle of Wight County, Virginia. William Mayo worked for John Hardy for two to six years. William Mayo witnessed a will of Robert Barnett in 1679. Robert Barnett married Ann Hardy, sister of William Mayo's wife, Isabel Hardy Mayo. In 1682, Alice Hardy appointed William Mayo her attorney. William Mayo was her son-in- law. On June 5, 1666, John Hardy, of Isle of Wight, was granted 1150 acres of land for importing 23 persons, including William Mayo. William Mayo was granted one hundred and seventy acres by Lt. Gov. Frances Nicholson beginning at John King's land to Gyles Linscott, and Lewis, lately deceased, with the consent of Isabel, his wife, August 9. 1693. Isabel Mayo made her brother-in-law, Hodges Council, her attorney to acknowledge deed. Teste: Henry B. Bradley and Hodges Council William Mayo granted three hundred sixty-six acres of land in Isle of Wight County, Virginia on the south side of Kinsale S.W., April 16, 1683, p. 240 Adj. Richard Boothe, Hodges Council and Joseph Vic Allingo, Eliz Holt, Mary Blander, Richard Needham, Mary Manes, Kathe Bridge, and Philip Russell. William Mayo, Isle of Wight County, Virginia granted two hundred and twenty acres on Chewan River, April 20, 1682, p 132, beginning at Thomas Mann's corner to Giles Linscott, for transporting five persons: William Oldis, Demaris Oldis, Alexander Fleming, John Barnes, and William Freeman. In 1679 William Mayo witnessed a will of Robert Barnett, who married Ann Hardy, sister to William's wife, Isabel. A copy of the will of William Mayo is not included here due to the poor condition of the document. However, an abstract follows; William Mayo Will- Lower Parish of Isle of Wight July 14, 1713 I Bequeath my soul unto the hands of God - Praying for redemption of all my sins, and my body to be buried in a Christian manner. I give and bequeath to my son, William Mayo, all my land on the east side of Nottoway Swamp. And for want of heirs of his body, to my son, *James Mayo, to the next person in law. I give unto my son, *James Mayo, one neck of land that is called the Broad Neck, near Cabbin Swamp, thence to Nottoway Swamp. For want of heirs to his body to John Mayo. I give and bequeath to my loving wife, Isabel, that Plantation I now dwell, to her during her life. I give to my youngest daughter, Mary Mayo, my manor Plantation after her mother deceases forever. I give to my son, Peter Mayo, all my land from Dumpling Island Brance to Brigman Joyner's line, to him and his heirs forever, I give and bequeath the three hundred and six acres on Kingsail and Beaver Dam Swamp. to my son, John, and my daughter, Margaret, to be equally divided to them and their heirs forever. I give to my son, William Mayo, eight head of cattle and two steers of three years old and one iron pot and five hundred pounds of tobacco. I give to my son, John, one young horse going on three years and the bed that I lie on and a gun. I give to my son, *James, one horse going on three years and a silver tankard and a gun. I give to my son, Peter, one young horse going on two years old. As for the rest of my worldly estate, after my lawful debts and funeral charges paid. I bequeath, to be equally divided between my loving wife, Isabel, and my six children as follows: *James Mayo, John Mayo, Peter Mayo, Margaret Mayo, Patience Mayo, and Mary Mayo. I do ordain and constitute my loving wife, Isabel Mayo, and my Brother(in-law), Brigman Joyner, as Sole Executors, I give to *James one iron pot holding about three or four gallons. And my razor and home, I give to my son William. Signed: William Mayo Witnesses: by : Joseph Joyner and Joshua Joyner and William Page, ata court held for Isle of Wight County, Virginia in April 1715. The last Will and Testament of William Mayo was presented by Isabel Mayo,. his widow, who took oath as executor. Signed; G. C. Lightfoot, Clerk

JAMES MAYO

MARY VALENTINE

VALENTINE MAYO

ANN MICKELBURROUGH

Valentine Mayo b: 1670 d: October 05, 1716 Middlesex Co., Virginia Married, Ann Mickelburrough The earliest known records for Valentine Mayo dates back to May 7, 1686. He witnessed a will in Middlesex, VA. He bought a tract of land in Middlesex Co., VA in 1706. I's believed that Valentine was a Tailor or Sail Maker or both. Reportedly he was killed by Indians. On the 25th of April , 1702, Valentine acquired 39 acres of land in Middlesex. This land was said to be adjacent to land of Thomas Obrisell dec'd, John Stamper dec'd, and Henry Tugwell. It was located by Michelburrough's SW, just above the Horse Bridge, on l and of John Bourke, dec'd. On 2nd September , 1704, Middlesex Co., VA: Valentine Mayo acquired land from John Stone and his wife May. This is shown in Virginia Quit Rent Rolls, 1704, Middlesex, VA (100acres) Valentine Mayo died intestate, and his property descended to James Mayo, his son. This is a modern transcription from a photo positive of the assets of Valentine Mayo's estate. Not everything was readable and spaces or question marks show this: Assets of the Estate of VALENTINE MAYO dated March 30, 1717 by: ANNE (widow) administrator Mayos application in obedience of an order of Court does(?) the subscriber hath appraised the Estate of Valentine Mayo, deceased, in money currant on the 30th of March 1717 as forthwith. Viz: Steers at 2@5?0 p0 ea 10 cows at 2.0 p2 50 ea 8 year olds (yearlings?)at 1 horse 15 sheep at 6p 2s ea 1557 lb tobacco at 16p/bndl 1 bed & covering at a good furniture at a good covering at a suit of clothes at 2 hats at 19-1/4 yds lining(?) at 9p/yd 20-1/2 yds fabric at 16p/yd 19-1/4 yds elcocrl(?) lining at 4 yds Cantinal(?) 19p/yd 3-1/2 yds lining at 8p/yd 20-1/3 yds Canbis at lOp/yd is 9 yds of plaid at lOp/yd 2 drinking glases at 1 pt of malt (?)illord at 13(?) glass bottles at 2 gowns at 1 bags(?) land "astick" (plow?) 17 lb of wool at 4p Os ea 1 frying pan at Some old iron ware at 2 pair of wool cords(?) at Some wooden ware at-:2:6 2 pails at a spinning wheel at 1 fidor cash at a cross cut saw at 3 warm(?) coats(?) 7-1/3 yds of half hitch at lOp/yd 20(?)-1/3 of plaid at lOp/yd Brought over ? 1 knife & hooks(?) at 9 yds cordory(?) at 2p/yd 1 brace(?) of salt(?) Mohare & buttons at 1 urn posil(?) at 55 yds of stuff(ing?) at 8p/yd sum old urns at 39 yds stuff at 7p/yd 1 pair of shears at 1/2 pound(?) three at Smoothing iron 1/2 pound(?) three at Some old books at 2 chests at Brought over a saddle & bridle at 2 combs at 1 Curb bridle at 1 trunk at 1 snaffel bridle at 10 yds of hunchaback at lSp/yd 2 table cloths at carpentry tools at 3 pliabers(pliers?) at 3 pair satchels & ahone(?) ditto at Sword & belt at 33-1/2 lbs of new pewter(?) 500 singletons(nails?) 38-1/2 lbs of old pewter(?) 1 tankard at 2 old forms(?) at some old pewter(?) at John Williams his bill at a parcel of earthenware at Note: ? 1/20 = 1 shilling = 12 pence Assets of the Estate of VALENTINE MAYO, dated March 30, 1717 By: ANNE (widow), administratrix At a court held for Middlesex County the 7th day of May 1717 this inventory & aforementioned of the Estate of Valentine Mayo deceased being returned by Anne Mayo administratrix it was admitted to record. (signed) Lestr(?) R Hickman DC & Cur... (?) Total Inventory was worth an unreadable amount. MIDDLESEX COUNTY WILLS: Valentine Mayo. Inventory. 30 March 1717 This list lets you see how Valentine and his family must have lived. So many of the things in this list are unknowable to us today but were of value to Valentine in his day. Ann Mickelburrough b: 1670 m: November 14, 1710 in Middlesex, Virginia d: 1743 in Caroline County, Father Edmund Mickelburrough Mother Elizabeth Minor. Anne Mickelburrough, was widowed twice before she married Valentine Mayo. First she married John Burk or Bourke, spelled variously and second she married James Jordan. Valentine Mayo died in Middlesex County, Virginia, Oct 5th, 1716. Ann Mayo, his widow died in Caroline County in 1743. Her will was presented at the July 1744 Court by the executor James Mayo and proved by witnesses Robert Williamson and John Williamson who were sureties on his bond. The children of Valentine Mayo and Ann Mickelburrough: *James Mayo b: December 11, 1711 in , Middlesex, Virginia d: March 13, 1776 in prob. Caroline, VA. Sarah Mayo Elizabeth Mayo m. Richard George m: April 20, 1734

JAMES MAYO

MARTHA WILLIAMSON

James Mayo b: December 11, 1711 in , Middlesex, Virginia d: March 13, 1776 in prob. Caroline, VA. Married Martha Williamson According to the original Register of Christ Church Parish, Christ Church, VA James Mayo was baptized on January 13, 1712. Will of James Mayo; In the name of God Amen, I James Mayo of the County of Albermarle and Parish of St. Annes, being of sound, perfect and disposing mind & memory do make this my last will & testament in manner and form as olloweth. It is my desire that my body be decently interred at the discretion of my executors hereafter mentioned, and as for the estate I possess, it is my desire that all my just debts be paid first, and the whole remaining consisting of what kind it will be it real or personal, I desire my wife may possess, inherit & enjoy, so long as she remains my widow, but if she intermarries, I desire that my whole estate in her possession, may go according to the division hereafter mentioned. My desire is that my son Joseph Mayo, may have one hundred acres of my land whereon he now liveth after the death or marriage of my wife, and that it be land of ajoining Jno.Hancock, Robt Napier & William Bradshaw, provided he the said Joseph do continue on the land, and look well to the business during the natural life or widowhood of my wife, but provided he shou'd leave the business of his own will, or behave in such a sort as my wife or execrs. should have cause to turn him away, then the said land shall turn into the division of my estate, My will is that my daughter, Martha Mayo, now Martha Ladd, have one negroe girl named Jane, and her increase after the death or marriage of my wife to her and her heirs forever, also one feather bed and furniture to be raised out of my estate at the discretion of my wife. My will is that my daughter, Mary Mayo, have one negroe girl named Sarah, and her increase after the death or marriage of my wife to her and her heirs forever. Also one feather bed and furniture to be raised out of my estate at the discretion of my wife. My will is that my son, Benjamin Mayo, one feather bed and furniture to be raised out of my estate at the discretion of my wife. And my will is that my son, Stephen Mayo, have one feather bed and furniture to be raised out of my estate at the discretion of my wife. My will is that my Grand-daughters, Martha Williamson Williams, and Mary Ann Williams, one equal part between them with those hereafter mentioned, & if either of them shou'd die without lawful heir, that the other shou'd have her part, & if both should die without lawful heirs, that then both their parts shall come into the division of my estate. My will is that the remaining part of my estate both real and personal, which may or shall be at my wife's decease or marriage, be equally divided between my sons, Valentine Mayo, James Mayo, John Mayo, Robert Mayo, Jacob Mayo, Williamson Mayo, Joseph Mayo, Thomas Mayo, Richard George Mayo, Benjamin Mayo, Stephen Mayo, to them and their heirs for ever, but if either of these my children shou'd die without lawful heir that their part or parts so dieing, be equally divided amongst the survivors, I do appoint John Williamson, Executor, with my loving wife Executrix and I do hereby revoke & make void, any other will or wills by me heretofore made in witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand & seal, This Twenty first day of February In the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred & Seventy Six. Sign'd Seal'd Publis'd & declared In presence of John Hancock, Wm. Hancock Lewis Hancock, William |X| Bradshaw James Mayo {L.S.} At Albemarle March court 1777 This will was proved by the oath of John Hancock and William Bradshaw witnesses Here to & ordered to be recorded, and when the motion of John Williamson & Martha Mayo, who made oath according to law, Certificate was granted them for obtaining a probate in due form, whereupon they gave bond & Security and acknowledged it accordingly. Test James Mayo married 1st Ruth Underwood b: 1710 m: Abt. 1732 d: February 06, 1733/34, Middlesex Co., VA. Ruth died four days after the birth of her son Valentine. The 2nd Wife of James Mayo Martha Williamson: b: Feb. 21, 1716/17 in, Fluvanna, VA m: Abt. 1756 d: August 27, 1794 in, Fluvanna, Virginia Father Robert Williamson, Jr. Mother: Elizabeth Minor. Direct Descendants of Meindort Doodes a Dutch sea captain who settled in Virginia. The children of James Mayo and Martha Williamson were: John Mayo b: September 14, 1736 in , Middlesex Co., Virginia d: September 24, 1736 in , Middlesex Co., VA James Mayo b: Aug. 16, 1738 in, Middlesex Co., VA d: June 04, 1821 in, Albemarle Co., m.Mary Plant m: 1774 in, Albemarle, Virginia *John Mayo b: April 29, 1740 in, Fairfield Co., Virginia d: 1817 in , Fairfield Co., VA Ann Nancy Mayo b: Abt. 1741 in , Middlesex Co., Virginia d: Bef. February 21, 1776 m.William Williams m: October 25, 1763 Robert Mayo b: 1743 in, Middlesex Co., Virginia d: 1823 in Chester District, SC m. Margaret Richardson Father: Richard Richardson Jacob Mayo b: Aug. 01, 1744 in , Middlesex Co., VA d: Nov. 29, 1813 in, Fluvanna, VA m. Susanna Isabel m: January 02, 1768 in St. James North, Goochland, Virginia Joseph Mayo b: Abt. 1748 in, Middlesex, Virginia d: 1814 in, Fluvanna County, Virginia

JOHN MAYO

ELIZABETH RICHARDSON

John Mayo b: April 29, 1740 in, Fairfield Co., VA d: 1817 in , Fairfield Co., VA, married, ELIZABETH RICHARDSON born c. 1742 in Hanover County, Virginia, and died c. February 01, 1827 in Fairfield County, South Carolina, dau. of RICHARD RICHARDSON and ANN THOMPSON. JOHN MAYO was christened May 18, 1740, Parish Register, Christ Church, Middlesex Co., VA Will was dated Apr.10, 1806 and proved Nov. 25, 1817 Will Book 7, page193, Fairfield District, South Carolina. Probate Court 1823. John Mayo was a member of the Committee of Safety, Cumberland Co. Virginia during the American Revolution. His decedents are eligible for membership in the Sons and Daughter of the American Revolution Societies. He was in the 1790 census in Hanover Co., Virginia with 7 whites and 2 blacks. He was in the 1810 census for Fairfield District, South Carolina. Children of JOHN MAYO and ELIZABETH RICHARDSON: ELIZABETH5 MAYO, b. c. 1761. She was not mentioned in her father's Will, date Apr. 10, 1806. Probate records of her uncle John Richardson's Estate shows her as deceased. HANNAH MAYO, b. Abt. 1762. She was not mentioned in her father's Will, date Apr. 10, 1806. Probate records of her uncle John Richardson's Estate shows her as deceased. JOHN MAYO, b. Abt. 1764, Virginia; d. Perry County, Alabama. Was living in Perry Co., Alabama in 1829 according to John Richardson's Estate in Hanover Co., Virginia. In 1800 John was in Fairfield Co., SC. *RICHARDSON MAYO, b. Aft. 1772, Virginia; d. June 18, 1842, Butts County, Georgia. SARAH MAYO, b. Bef. 1773, Virginia; d. January 01, 1848, Fairfield County, South Carolina; m. ALBERT BEAM , JR. They lived in Fairfield Co., South Carolina and Albert Beam bought items from his father in law's estate. THOMPSON MAYO , SR, b. c. 1775, Virginia; d. December 13, 1843, Fairfield County, South Carolina. *MOURNING MAYO was born 1766 in Virginia NANCY MAYO, b. December 31, 1787, Virginia; d. September 21, 1855, Hernando County, Florida. MOURNING MAYO was born 1766 in Virginia, and died in Butts County, Georgia. She married JOHN FLOYD in Virginia. Note: Mourning Mayo and John Floyd is David E. Corley’s G, G, G, Grandparents. Children of MOURNING MAYO and JOHN FLOYD: MARY M. FLOYD, m. JAMES G. MAYO. JAMES G. Mayo’s Will can be found on pages 67, 68 and 69 in Book A, 1853 through 1879, Butts Co., GA. SARAH FLOYD, m. GILLIAM PRESTON. Note: Sarah Floyd and Gilliam Preston is David E. Corley’s G, G, G, G, Grandparents. RICHARDSON MAYO was born Aft. 1772 in Virginia, and died June 18, 1842 in Butts County, Georgia. He married LUCY Whitlock. Joined the Sandy Creek Baptist Church Feb 17, 1827 in Butts Co., Ga. Appears in the 1830 census for Butts Co., Georgia. (55-60yrs) Note: Richardson Mayo and Lucy Whitlock is David E. Corley’s G, G, G, G, Grandparents. Children of RICHARDSON MAYO and LUCY Whitlock are: JACOB T.6 MAYO, b. August 28, 1796, Fairfield Co., SC m. (1) JANE FRANKLIN, February 23, 1823, Fairfield Co. m. (2) NANCY PRESTON, August 25, 1827, Fi. *Lucy W. Mayo b.3-24-1807 d. married, 11-30-1832

LUCY WHITLOCK MAYO

Elisha J. PRESTON

Lucy W. Mayo b.3-24-1807 d. married, 11-30-1832 Elisha J. Preston b.11-11-1804 d. 1856, born in SC and died in Butts Co., GA. son of Gilliam Preston and Sarah Floyd dau. of John Floyd and Mourning Mayo. Lucy and Elisha are buried at the Preston Family Cem. Butts Co., GA Note: Lucy Whitlock and Elisha J. Preston is David E. Corley’s G, G, G, Grandparents. Children of, Lucy Mayo and Elisha Preston Jane M. Preston 1831- m. Hugh Heard. James M. Preston 1833-1882 m. Jane W. Smith. William R. Preston 1835- . Benjamin G. Preston 1836- . Elisha Preston II 1840- . *Emily Tressie Preston Sara Ann Melissa Preston 1843-1858.

Emily Tressie Preston

1846-1927 m. John H. Singley May 3, 1868 Butts Co., Ga. (HAD) Minnie Tressis Singley m. Clarence E. Johnson Jan. 22, 1901 Gwinnett, Co., Ga (HAD) Nathan L. Johnson m. Lous Westbrook 1924 Fulton Co., Ga (HAD) Ruby V. Johnson m. James C. Corley 1941 Clayton Co., Ga. (HAD) David E. Corley m. Sherry Gentry 1968 Fulton Co., Ga. (HAD) Aaron Corley married Paula Marie Eversole Justin Corley

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Some Family Limes of My Mayo Tree

COUNCIL DRAKE De LaPOLE De SHELTON FLOYD HARDY MICKELBURROUGH MINOR
NEWTON RICHARDSON STANLEY THOMPSON VALENTINE WILLIAMSON WHITLOCK


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WILLIAM COUNCIL

born 1546, Bedfordshire England

John COUNCIL (1587-1631) of Bedfordshire, England. married Elizabeth DRAKE. John COUNCIL was the son of William COUNCIL, born 1546.

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William DRAKE, II

of Bedfordshire, England Elizabeth Drake born c. 1599 married John COUNCIL (1587-1631) They had a son, Hodges Council (1643-1699) and a daughter Isabel, who married a Col. William Mayo of Isle of Wight Co., VA. Hodges and wife, Lucy Hardy (1658-1699) came to America in about 1670.

The name of this family both in this country and in England is variously spelled: Hardy, Hardie, Hardee. It is affirmed that this numerous family with different spellings are descended from the Norman Knight DeHardy. The family were Vikings who came into the area of Scotland belonging to the McTavish clan. They went into Ireland where a county is still named Hardy. From there they went into England. The earliest Hardy for whom there is an authentic record in America was: John Hardy b. 1613 d.1670 who came from England to Virginia before 1666 to Isle of Wight Co. He married Olive Council in 1632. She died after 1670. From them descended all of the persons embraced in this genealogy.

Mrs. Mary Susan Hardy Wood

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John de Hardy

born c. 1446 Wetwang, East Riding, Yorkshire, Eng d. c1511 Eng Generation 2 19 Richard de Hardy b. c1467 Wetwang, East Riding, Yorkshire, Eng Generation 3 18 John de Hardy b. c1489 Wetwang, East Riding, Yorkshire, Eng d. c1544 Yorkshire, Eng m. c1509 Yorkshire, Eng to Lady, Margaret Lapole b. c1490 Yorkshire, Eng d/o Sir, Michael de LaPole Generation 4 17 John de Hardy b. c1510 Wetwang, East Riding, Yorkshire Eng d. 1545 London, Eng m. c1529 Yorkshire, Eng to Lady, Mary Stanley b. c1511 Yorkshire, Eng dau. of Sir George Stanley and Baroness Joan Strange, of Knokyn (A decendant of William the Conqueror through the Kings of England, John of Gaunt, Sir Richard Neville, Eleanor Neville, to Sir George Stanley. Descended of 5 English Kings and most of the Royalty of Europe) Generation 5 Children of John Hardy and Mary Stanley 16 Michael de Hardy b. 1530 Wetwang, Bedfordshire, com. Eboram, Eng d. 1/17/1618-19 Huggate, Bedfordshire, Eng m. 10/14/1565 Setterington, Yorkshire, Eng to Allison de Shelton dau. of Sir de Shelton John Hardy b. Wetwang, Bedfordshire, Eng d. c1641 Befordshire, Eng m. Margery Newlove William Hardy b. Wetwang, Bedfordshire, Eng m. Emme Nicholson Jacquetta, George Thomas m. Mary Vernon Richard d. 1557 Joan b. 1525 m. Andrew Clarke Mary b. 1527 m. Leslie Falkiner Generation 6 Children of Michael Hardy and Allison de Shelton 15 John de Hardy b. 1555 Wetwang, East Riding, Yorkshire, Eng d. 1614 m. c1576 Yorkshire, Eng to Margaret Newton b. c1555 Yorkshire, Eng daug of John Newton Michael Hardy b. c1590 Southburne, Bedfordshire, Eng d. 1635 m. Ann Headley Helen b. 1565 m. M A Kirby Richard b. 1567 d. 1622 m. ??? Wilson Generation 7 Children of John de Hardy and Margaret Newton 14 Richard b. c1577 Wetwant, East Riding, Yorkshire, Eng d. 1645 Isle of Wight Co., VA m. c1579 Yorkshire Eng to Alice Wilson b. 1/12/1587-88 Yorkshire, Eng d. Bedfordshire, Eng d/o Robert Wilson George b. c1580 Yorkshire, Eng d. 1654 Isle of Wight, VA m. Elizabeth ??? Christine b. c1582 Wetwang, Yorkshire, Eng m. c1601 Thomas Wilson Generation 8 Children of Richard Hardy & Alice Wilson John Hardy b. 1613 Bedfordshire, Eng d. 10/7/1675 Isle of Wight Co, VA m. 1632 Isle of Wight Co, VA to Olive Council 1615-aft 1670. He m. 2nd c1630 Alice Bennett b. 1613 Bedfordshire, Eng d. c June 1677 Isle of Wight Co, VA d/o Thomas Bennett & Alice ? Child of John Hardy & Alice Bennett Lucy b. 1638 Isle of Wight Co., VA d. Bef 1699 Isle of Wight Co., VA [Doc] m. 1670 to Hodges Council 1643-1699 Isle of Wight, VA s/o John Council & Elizabeth Drake Children of John Hardy & Olive Council Thomas b. 1635 Bedfordshire, Eng d. 1717 Isle of Wight Co., VA John II b. 1637 Bedfordshire, Eng d. June 1677 Isle of Wight Co, VA [Dis] m.1. Rebecca ??? m.2. Alice Tucker m.3 Alice Johnson b. c1636 Bedfordshire, Eng George b. 1639 Bedfordshire, Eng d. 1694 Isle of Wight Co., VA m. c1663 Isle of Wight Co, VA to Mary Jackson b.1640 Isle of Wight, VA d. c1693 Isle of Wight Co, VA d/o Richard Jackson & Elizabeth Pierce Olive c1640-1703 Isle of Wight Co, VA m.1. 1656 Isle of Wight Co, VA to John Pitt s/o Robert Pitt & Martha Lear m.2 Goodrich Wilson Richard b. 1640 Isle of Wight Co, VA d. 1734 Isle of Wight Co, VA m. 1694 Isle of Wight Co, VA to Mary Vincent b. 1671 Eng d. 1702 Isle of Wight Co, VA d/o William Vincent & Elizabeth Cleuer *Isabel b. c.1638, Bedfordshire, England, m. 1655 William Mayo Ann b. 1642 Bedfordshire, England Deborah b. c1646 Isle of Wight, VA Capt. John Hardy, born in England about 1637, came before 1654 to Virginia with his brother George Hardy. He was a member of the House of Burgesses in 1668, and a Justice of the County Court about 1675. In 1666, at age 56, John Hardy Sr. received his first land grant. As we all know land grants or "patents" were many times delayed for years, so he probably had been in the Colonies for well over 20 years at the time. He was granted 1150 acres for importing 23 persons including himself, his 1st wife Olive Council, six of his children (George, Thomas, Richard, Isabel, John Jr., and Ann) as well as his future son-in-law William Mayo all of whom were born in England and he had never received a grant of land for their importation. Isabella HARDY is the 27th gen. desc. of Alfred 'The Great', 27th gen. desc. of Charlemagne.

MY De LaPOLE

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MY STANLEY

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MY De SHELTON

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MY NEWTON

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MY Wilson

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MY RICHARDSON

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RICHARD RICHARDSON

born in New Kent. Son of RICHARD RICHARDSON; STANHOPE RICHARDSON Children of STANHOPE RICHARDSON are: DAVID RICHARDSON RICHARD RICHARDSON, II was born c. 1720 in Hanover County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1770 in Hanover County, VA. He married ANN THOMPSON in Hanover County, Virginia. Notes for RICHARD RICHARDSON II: Richard was a surveyor who came to South Carolina in 1776 and surveyed Columbia, South Carolina. The main street of Columbia was originally called Richardson Street. Children of RICHARD RICHARDSON II and ANN THOMPSON: JOHN RICHARDSON, d. Abt. August 1825, Hanover County, Virginia. SALLY (PEGGY) RICHARDSON, d. Bef. August 24, 1825, NC(Person County?). URSULA RICHARDSON d. Bef. 1839.ELIZABETH RICHARDSON, b. Abt. 1742, Hanover County, Virginia; d. c. February 01, 1827, Fairfield County, South Carolina. JANE RICHARDSON, b. Abt. 1750, Fluvanna County, Virginia; d. 1832, Fluvanna County, Virginia. MARGARET RICHARDSON b. 1755, Virginia; d. Bef. 1823, Chester County, SC. HANNAH RICHARDSON d. Bef. 1832. MOURNING RICHARDSON d. Bef. 1832. ELIZABETH RICHARDSON born Abt.1742 in Hanover County, Virginia, and died Bef. February 01, 1827 in Fairfield County, South Carolina. She married JOHN MAYO Abt. 1760 in Goochland County, VA, son of JAMES MAYO and MARTHA WILLIAMSON

MY FLOYD

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MY MICKELBURROUGH

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MY MINOR

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MY THOMPSON

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MY VALENTINE

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MY WILLIAMSON

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MY WHITLOCK

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