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child) (two children) (four children) (four children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (seven children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (three children) (a child) (a child) (two children) (a child) (a child) (three children) 1815 Mary Roark 1808 - 1866 Abraham Hiram Underwood 58 58 1790 - 1850 Elizabeth Wardrum 60 60 1779 - 1862 Caleb Underwood 83 83 1810 Younger Richard Underwood 1815 Elizabeth Underwood 1820 - 1864 Mary Underwood 44 44 1822 Martha 'Patsy' Underwood 1823 - 1870 Joshua Underwood 47 47 1824 Frances Underwood 1819 - 1907 James Underwood 88 88 1790 Elizabeth Mudd 1832 Parthenia Underwood 1792 - 1830 William Roark 38 38 1817 Martha Roark 1818 - 1880 Elisha Roark 62 62 Rebecca Jane Roark 1825 William Roark Lewis Roark 1822 Sarah Roark 1769 - 1865 Sylvia Skaggs 96 96 Title: Diary Of Archibald Thompson
Author: Transcript provided by Jemima Gee Morse
Publication: Descendant of Rodden Thompson
Note: ABBR Diary Of Archibald Thompson 
1770 - 1830 Reuben Roark 60 60 1789 Rachel Roark 1787 - 1830 John Roark 43 43 1795 Sarah Roark 1780 Keziah Powell Ogden 1766 - 1827 James Underwood 61 61 1739 Margaret Offill 1738 - 1804 Jonathan Underwood 66 66 William Underwood 1793 - 1880 Hiram Underwood 87 87 Jettester Underwood 1810 Younger Richard Underwood 1791 Peter Underwood 1798 - 1852 Ezerias Underwood 54 54 1808 Abraham Underwood 1718 Elizabeth Anderson 1708 - 1802 Nathan Underwood 94 94 1768 - 1819 Gideon Underwood 51 51 Mary Underwood Jonathan Underwood Margaret Underwood Diana 1679 - 1715 Nathan Underwood 36 36     Middlesex Co VA was established in 1669 from Lancaster Co VA

    1679-1716 of Christchurch, Middlesex Co., VA [Source: Lt. Col. Dave Underwood underwoo@earthlink.net on UNDERWOOD-L@rootsweb.com]

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    Posted Sunday, 03/05/2000 by Lt. Col. David Underwood

    This is my contribution for the day. I thought I would share the starting point of my family tree. Lots of  Underwood kin trace back to this member of our family. Still trying to discover who Nathan Underwood's (1679-1715) parents were to break the jam in my research.

    V/R Lt Col Dave Underwood

    Anchorage AK

    

    MIDDLESEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA STARTING POINT

    

    Our oldest ancestor discovered during my research was Nathan Underwood. He was born in 1679 and died 22 March 1715. He settled in Christchurch, Middlesex County, Virginia.  His wife's name was Diana, but we lack her family's last name. They were blessed with five children. Records indicated four children;  Elizabeth, John, Nathan, and Thomas. During our search of the Parish records reflected below we discovered another daughter, Ruth.  Elizabeth was born on 22 November 1700. John was born 29 September 1702 and died 24 October 1706. Nathan was born on 1 February 1707. On 13 September 1710  Ruth was born. Thomas' birth was recorded as 20 August 1713.

    

    The Middlesex Parish Register provided some insight to the family. Carolyn Hodges researched the document and revealed the following entries which are quoted exactly as written:

    

    pg 54....John Ye Son of Nathan Underwood & Diana his wife departed this life October Ye 24th And was Buried Ye 25th of Ye Same Anno Domini 1706.

    

    pg 67....Elizabeth Ye Daughter of Nathan & Diana Underwood his Wife was Born Ye 22nd Day of November & Baptized Ye 22d of December it being Ye Lords day In Statton Major Parrish in King & Queen County, By Emmanuel Jones Minister of Petsoe Parish in Gloucester County her Sureites being James Overstreet & Elizabeth Potter, Derby Cauniff & Hannah his Wife Ye day & time of her Nativity being Wednesday About Ye Dauwing of Ye day Anno Domini 1700.

    

    pg 67....John Ye Son of Nathan & Diana Underwood his Wife was Born Ye 24th Day of August About Ye dawning of Ye day it being Saturday & St. Bartholomew day, And was Baptized September Ye 29th being the Lord's day, by ye Reverend Bartholomew Yates In Christ Church his Sureties being John Townsend, Robert Johnson & Mrs. Elizabeth Dudley Anno

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    pg 71....Nathan Underwood Ye Son of Nathan Underwood & Diana his Wife was Born Ye 9th being friday about nine of Ye Clock in Ye Morning & Was Baptized february Ye 1st being Septuagesima Sunday.  In Christ Church by Ye Reverend Mr. Bartholomew Yates Minister of Ye Same; his Sureties being Joseph Goear, John Gibbs & Elizabeth Murry; Anno Domi 1707/08.

    

    pg 76....Ruth daughter of Nathan & Diana Underwood born 13th September baptized October 22d 1710.

    

    pg 85....Nathan Underwood dyed ye 22 March & was buried March 24 1715.

    

    pg 87....Thomas Son of Nathan and Diana Underwood born August 20th baptized August 24th 1713.

    

    Elizabeth married twice. First to John Shorter in 1722 in Middlesex County and they had a son Henry Shorter in 1724. She then married Thomas Walker in 1729 in the same county. Her son, Henry Shorter moved to Wilkes County, Georgia.

    

    A descendant of Ruth revealed that she married a James Mayo and died 6 February 1734, two days after giving birth to a son named Valentine.

    

    Christchurch is on the Chesapeake Bay northeast of Williamsburg, Virginia.  Part of Virginia's Middle Peninsula,  Middlesex county lies between the Rappahannock and Piankatank Rivers with Deltaville and Sting Ray point extending out into the bay. The town of Urbanna located in the middle of the county has historical roots as an important seaport in the area and is a popular spot for recreational boaters today. Deltaville, known over the years for its commercial fishing industry, is also transforming into a recreational tourist attraction.

    

    During this time period there was natural migration flow up the Rappahannock-Rapidan Valley, from Middlesex to Green and Madison Counties.

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Was Nathan UNDERWOOD, Sr. of Christ Church Parish kin to Col. William UNDERWOOD of IofW and Old Rappa. whose widow, Elizabeth, m next Archdale Combs of Old Rappa.? In 1715/16 Dianna, w/o Nathan UNDERWOOD, Sr., wit. a power of attorney for one William HAMMETT.
1700 Elizabeth Underwood D. 1706 John Underwood 1690 - 1753 Elizabeth 63 63 1690 - 1778 George Anderson 88 88 Notes from http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=patander73&id=I03905

George Anderson is very likely the brother of John Anderson whose four sons settled in Augusta County. Accordingly the familiy traditions of that John state that he had a brother George and was reputedly born in Scotland and moved to Ulster, Ireland before coming to Philadelphia. George and John were likely then still residents of Philadelphia when they patented lands in the area of central Virginia and shortly thereafter relocated there.
Caution, George Anderson moved through the Augusta County Region and his records may become confused with his allegded nephew and grandnephew of Augusta who had lands in Augusta and were referred to as George Sr. and George Jr. Spotsylvania Co VA deed Cpl3, In 1734 Wm. Crawford made a deed of gift to Benjamin Coward & wife Elizabeth! 100 acres on upper side of Elk Run joining Thos Jackson, Wm. Crawford jun, & Thos Crawford. Witnesses were D. Bryne, George Anderson (his mark), William Crawford jun. (The mark George Anderson d1778 used was not an 'x', but was a rather elaborate capital 'A'. This 'A' appears as the mark on Spots deed Cpl3).George Anderson 01/10/1736 Orange Co. 350a fork of Robinson River beginning at Elk Run adj Nicholas Ware Virginia patents 16/407 Importation Records Orange Co, VA Order book 2 1739-1741 page 158 George Anderson came into court and made oath that he imported himself Elizabeth his wife, William Anderson, Margaret, John and Frances Andeson from Ireland to Philadelphia and from thence into this colony at his own charge and that this is the first time of his proving his rights in order to obtain land. May 22 1740. Order book 2 p 158 for his importation from Ireland of himself and wife and others including brother William. Culpeper Co VA deed BpP55-57, 1753, When George Anderson (mark 'A') wife Ann sold 100 acres to George Thompson in 1753 (on or near Elk Run), the deed said the patent was made to George Anderson in 1735. Witnesses were Nathan Underwood, Thomas Cofer (mark "T"), & George Eastham. 1742 George Anderson (SR?), Nathan Underwood, & George Anderson (Jr.?) were all in the same company of Augusta militia. VA COLONIAL MILITIA By Crozier p92 (eiditor note: this record may belong to George Sr. and Jr. of Augusta County.] 1744 George Anderson, Henry Dooley etc. were viewers of a road from the south side of the Shenandoah to the Falls of the Rappahannock. Orange Co VA order 4p218. In 1745 Thomas Cofer bought 70 acres on Elk Run in Madison Co VA, which tract joined the 1735/6 patent of George Anderson d1778. 1745 George Anderson proved a deed from Nathan Underwood to Christian Clement. Augusta Co VA order lpl 1746 George Anderson was constable on South River of the Shenandoah. Augusta order, one page before the entry of 13 May 1746 1749/50 Feb. George Anderson d1778 (mark 'A') sold 330 acres on the south branch of the Shenandoah. Augusta deed 2p514-515 1753 George Anderson d1778 sold 100 acres to George Thompson and sold 100 acres to Nathan Underwood. These tracts were part of his 1735/6 patent of 350 acres on Elk Run in present Madison Co Va. Culpeper Co VA deeds Bp55,57,59 1756 George Anderson d1778 "of Orange County" (i.e. probably present Greene) sold to John Powell 150 acres (the remainder of his grant on Elk Run).Culpeper Bp480 1760 George Anderson d1778"of Bedford County" bought about 200 acres, Bedford lp393 1768 George Anderson d1778 sold the same tract to Moses Dooley, probably his grandson. Bedford Co VA deed 3p189 The will of George Anderson d1778 mentions??my wife's son Thomas Cofer". Josias Cofer s/o Thomas Cofer d1791 was named executor. 1778, May: Will of George Anderson proved in Bedford Co., VA. Names children Jacob, George, Pattey Duley, Elizabeth Underwood, Anna Beazly, Sarah Early. Names his wife's son Thomas Cofer. (3) Will dt d 1778. Bequeathed his land to his son Jacob.

These notes on the Bedford County Anderson family kindly provided by: Mrs. A. Christine Davidson Kraft 611 Southcrest Court, St. Joseph, MO 64506 skraft@aol.com ! (1) "Over the Mountain Men - Their Early Court Records In Souther n Virginia," by Anne Lowry Worrell. Wills of Bedford Co. 1763-1803, p .35. (2) Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a ) Bible Records of Campbell, Bedford, Pittsylvania Co., VA. (3) "Campbell Chronicles and Family Sketches, Campbell Co., Virgini a 1782-1926," by R.H. Early (1927) p.345. ! Marriage to Anna __: (2) Marriage to __ __: (3) Appears to have married twice, the 2nd tim e to a widow, Mrs. Cofer. Death: (1) Will proved May 1778, Bedford Co., VA. (3) 1742-1758: A member of Augusta District Militia, though he had moved to Bedford Co., VA. (1) 1778, May: Will of George Anderson proved in Bedford Co., VA. Names children Jacob, George, Pattey Duley, Elizabeth Underwood, Anna Beazly, Sarah Early. Names his wife's son Thomas Cofer. (3) Will dt d 1778. Bequeathed his land to his son Jacob.

Subj: Lawrence Anderson Date: 10/21/99 10:19:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time From: michaelm@inna.net (mike marshall) To: patander73@aol.com Hi Patrick, [snip] I have been researching the Cof(f)er/Copher family for many years but have hit a brick wall with a Thomas Cofer who died testate in Culpeper County, VA (will proved there 1791). It is known that Thomas' mother's name was Ann(e). Some time after the death of Thomas Cofer's father (name unknown), Ann(e) married George Anderson of Culpeper. This George Anderson later moved to Bedford County, VA where he died testate. I have some information on the movements of George Anderson and he may be the George Anderson who was in St. Anne's parish, Essex County, VA in the late 1720s. I live in Essex County, having moved here about 4 years ago. In fact, I attend Vauter's Episcopal Church (completed in 1731) which is the upper church of St. Anne's parish. In any case, I've spent a good deal of time trying to link my Thomas Cofer (d.c.1791) to the Cof(f)er line of Charles County, MD. The progenitor of the Charles County lines appears to be a John Cofer who was transported to VA by Nathaniel Pope probably in the 1660s. He was claimed as a headright in 1666 by Thomas Pope (Nathaniel's son) and John Washington of Westmoreland County, VA. John Cofer was in Charles County, MD by at least 1673 according to the MD records. Interestingly, the Charles County Cofer line had a connection to Thomas Plunkett who died in Charles c.1717 (year his will was proved). This Thomas Plunkett did not seem to have any children. I have done some work on Virginia Plunket(t) lines trying to find a link to the Cof(f)er line. When I saw your post on Lawrence Anderson and a Mary Plunket, I became very interested, especially since you note their children were born in Maryland. I'd be very appreciative of the sources of your information on Mary Plunket, and the Maryland connection. Also, are you familiar with the George Anderson of Orange/Culpeper/Bedford I mentioned? I have some further information on him from a book on the Underwood family. Sincerely, Mike Marshall

Subj: [ANDERSON-L] Fw: ANDERSON/william H. /Green Co. Virginia Date: 98-12-04 00:20:50 EST From: skincaid@cwv.net (Sarah Kincaid) To: ANDERSON-L@rootsweb.com This is the only way I knew how to get this on the list without taking alot of time typing, I wanted to run this through the group and see if anyone from the Anderson list might like to add to it, this is the Anderson family I am searching for, this information was given me by a dear friend who I met through Rootsweb ,and is searching Anderson's also ,I would like to thank rootsweb and also Eugene Powell,again thanks to Rootsweb for making this possible. Sarah [editors note: informant reports information as above for George Anderson]
1742 George Underwood 1744 Reuben Underwood 1745 Joseph Underwood 1747 Joshua Underwood 1749 Joel Underwood 1751 Elijah Underwood 1753 Gideon Underwood 1755 Sarah Underwood 1757 Ann Underwood 1702 Mary Rucker 1695 - 1756 William Offill 61 61 William Offill 1730 Elizabeth Offill 1725 John Offill Mary Offill 1660 - 1752 Elizabeth Fielding 92 92 1658 - 1742 Peter Rucker 84 84 Perhaps the previous Peter Ruckett is to be identified with the Peter Rucker who was naturalized in Virginia in 1704. (I am now quoting from the "Underwood Family" by Ben Coke.) His nationality is said to be unproven but apparently he was not English if he were naturalized. The next most popular nationality was German, though at this date it might have been French (Huguenot).

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    At least one internet source indicates that Peter's father may have been a Thomas Rucker. Some sources also indicate that Peter may actually have been born in the vincinity of Alsace-Lorraine. "Peter Rucker,first of the name, settled in Virginia about 1690 (?). The tradition is that he was a French Huguenot, shipwrecked near the mouth of the James River, and that he swam ashore, living there for a time. A search of the land office does not show that he patented land there nor in Essex, where he was living in 1704, and paying tythes on 500 acres of land (Quit Rent). If he patented this tract of 500 acres, it was never recorded in the land office. Since no deeds appear in Essex County, he may have divided this land between his children before his death, for he did not divide it in his will. In 1743, his son William sold 193 acres, 'land received by inheritance.' Peter Rucker may have been a French Huguenot, for he was naturalized with a number of Frenchmen. . .From Brook's 'Emigrants', 'Many emigrants from France and Holland went to London first, where the expense of transportation in America was borne by the Relief Committee of London. They settled along the Patomac,Rappahannock, and James Rivers. The French Huguenots were exempt fromtaxes for fourteen years.' Peter was paying tythes in 1704, thereforeif he were from France or Holland, he must certainly have been here by 1690." (The Rucker Family, Chapt 1, Edith Rucker Whitley, posted onMcDaniel-King, Elaine King Kubinski, Ancestry World Tree Project database)

    "Footnotes: 1. It was previously thought Peter arrived in 1690, but that was taking into consideration that immigrants had to be in the country fourteen years to be naturalized. However, the law now believed applicable in the early 1700's required only a four year residence and the fourteen year residency requirement for aliens was a late 1700's law. Final approval of Peter's petition for naturalization was granted on 8 May 1704, leading us to believe he arrived in the year 1700: 2. No evidence has been found as to Peter Rucker's origin. His name is Germanic, yet he was naturalized with several French refugees, leading historians to believe he came from Alsace-Lorraine, an area that was part French, part German. In 1700, many French Huguenots arrived in Virginia." (McDaniel-King, Elaine King Kubinski, Ancestry World Tree Project database)

    "May have been born in Alsace, which was part of France at the time, but the name Rucker is of German or Dutch origin. Some sources state that Peter was a French Huguenot, while others claim he was born in Germany. Sources also give his father as either John or Ambrose Rucker. 1690 Peter Rucker emigrated to America aboard the ship 'The Rising Son'one of four sailing from Gravesent England with 700 passengers. ('TheRising Son' was a French ship captured by the British during a war with the French). The ship wrecked off the Virginia coast outside of Jamestown near the mouth of the James River. Peter and a few others were able to swim ashore." (Giants on the Earth, Betty Henderson, RootsWeb World Connect Project database)

    Peter Rucker "Had 10 children, most were born in the old country. Hiswife and six of their children arrived several years later. Born in Germany. Fled with his father and family from Germany or France during the uprising between Catholic and Protestants in 1685-1700. After a short stay in England, they were sent to the colonies. Was proceded in colonies by his two sons, John and Thomas. Many Huguenots were naturalized by proclamation in 1702. Peter was issued naturalization papers in1704. Since he had not been a resident long enough to qualify with special application, which was read and presented at the House of Burgesses 4/24/1704. Settled in Essex County, Virginia, which was later Spotsylvania County." (Weaver and Sanders Update, David Weaver, Ancestry World Tree Project database) "Rucker, Peter (c 1670/c 1743) Va; m. Elizabeth Fielding; Landowner" (Seventeenth Century Colonial Ancestors, Supplement I, p 52, On-Line Genealogy Library database) On 1736 June 15 - Peter Rucker was named as an executor in Thimothy Crosthwait's will. (Orange County Will Book 2, p. 229) .

    Reference (Will Book 1, p. 299) Orange County, Virginia - Will of Peter Rucker

    In the name of God amen, I, Peter Rucker of St. Marks Parish in the County of Orange, planter, being weak in body but of pursued mind and memory knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make andordain this my Last will and Testament in manner following:

    In primis, I do order that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied.

    Item: I lend unto my beloved wife Elizabeth Rucker all my estate bothreal and personal during her natural life and after her decease to bedivided in the following manner.

    Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Margaret Tinsley and my son-in-law Isaac Tinsley a negro boy named Yerkshire to them andtheir heirs forever.

    Item: I give and bequeath to my beloved son, Ephriam Rucker a negro girl named Phillis to him and his heirs forever.

    Item: I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Ann Cook and my son in law Shem Cook a negro girl named Jeney to her and her increase to them and their heirs forever, Item I do desire that all the remainder of my estate both real and personal after my wifes decease as aforesaid to be sold by my Exr. hereafternamed at public auction to the highest bidder on six months credit for Curret Money the Buyer giving Good Security and the money arising by Sale to be equally divided amongst my beloved
    children by names as followeth, Thomas Rucker,Elizabeth Pierce, William Rucker, Mary Offell, James Rucker, Ephriam Rucker, and Ann Cook andto their heirs forever, and lastly I do Constitute and appoint my beloved sons, James Rucker and Ephriam Rucker to be my Whole and Sole Executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking and Disannuling all other Testaments and wills by me made Confirming this and no other to be my Last will and Testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this 18 day of January 1743. Signed sealed. Published in the presence of:

    Wm. Jackson his mark, Wm. Offell, Peter x Rucker Mich. Holt mark

    At a court held for Orange County on Thursday ye 23 day of Febry 1743.

    The Last Will and Testament of Peter Rucker Dec'd. being presented into Court by James Rucker and Ephriam Rucker Exrs. Therein named and proved by the oaths of Wm. Jackson and Mich. Holt two of the Witnesses Thereto who also made Oath that they saw William Offell sign the same as an evidence and the sd Exrs. having severally Taken the Oath of an Exr. and having entered into bond with Mic. Holt, George Holt and Richard Maudin Junr., their Securities, before their due Execution thereof, Probate is
    granted them and the said will together with the Bond was admitted torecord. Test: Jonath Gibson

    Will Probated 23 Feb 1743: lists 9 children, Other souces suggest that his children included 1. John Rucker - b. 1701, 2. Peter - b. 1703,3. Thomas - b. 1705, 4. Elizabeth Pearce - b. 1707, 5. Margaret Tinsley - b. 1702, 6. William - b. 1706, 7. Mary Offell - b. 1704, 8. James- b. 1709, 9. Ephriam - b. 1712 and 10. Ann Cook - b. 1705.

    See "History of the Rucker Family" (1964); see also United AncestriesLinked Pedigrees CD-Rom (1992)





Father: Ambrose Levi Rucker
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Beauchamp

Marriage 1 Elizabeth Fielding b: BET 1676 AND 1680 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

    * Married: ABT 1700 in Germany 4

Children

   1. Has Children John 'I' Rucker b: BET 1701 AND 1704 in Essex Co., VA. or England
   2. Has Children James Rucker b: BET 1706 AND 1709 in Essex Co., VA.
   3. Has Children Mary Rucker b: AFT 1700
   4. Has Children Ephriam Rucker b: BET 1700 AND 1720 in Essex Co., VA. or England
   5. Has Children William Rucker b: ABT 1715


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      Page: Terrill/Terrell Descendants From Early VA. Immigrants / John Terrill Wayland Jr. - johnway@abts.net
      Text: suggests that Peter was b. as late as 1675 (?)
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      Page: Dinnen, Dement, Marcum, Earles, Benson, Carson: Michael T. Mcintosh, 20 March 2006 - michaeltmcintosh@hotmail.com
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      Page: Agor Connections: 12 March 2004

    
1683 - 1763 Thomas Rucker 80 80 In 1730, Thomas Rucker patented 876 acres adjacent to John Rucker and Thomas Jackson. There was, in 1704, a mention of a Peter Ruckett in the land patents.  1710 - 1797 Ephraim Rucker 87 87 1680 - 1742 John Rucker 62 62 In the Virginia patent records, the first mention of John Rucker is in 1727 when he patented 977 acres of land, just to the south of Michael Holt. The only neighbor that John Rucker mentioned in his patent was Michael, and I tend to think that the neighbors most likely to get mentioned are of the same nationality. Michael was just to the south of John Broyles and these two are usually considered as the southern tier of the Robinson River German community, but perhaps we should extend our range to include the Ruckers.

In this same neighborhood there was a John Venton with 1000 acres in 1728. He mentions as neighbors:


Michael Raffer (Kaifer),
Jacob Priall (Broyles),
Michael Holt, and
John Rucker.
Three of these four men are known Germans.

Peter died in 1743 and left several heirs, one of which was John, who is mentioned above. John was very active politically. He (John) had a sister, Mary, who married William Offill which sounds a lot like the German Apfel (i.e., Apple). A niece of John, Mary, married William Vawter, a family with connections to the Germans. John Rucker's sister, Margaret, married Isaac Smith (English), and this family had many German connections also.

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In the year 1700 four shiploads carrying seven hundred passengers sailed f rom Gravesend, England, for the journey to the colonies. The ships land ed in Jamestown 1700. John and his brother Thomas were the leaders of t he passengers. The vessel in which John was sailing was wrecked in Jamesto wn Bay off the coast of Virginia and John floated for three days on a pie ce of driftwood, being picked up by a passing vessel. John's reward for h is role in bringing so many settlers to the new world was a grant from t he King of England of 5850 acres in what was then Orange County (now Amher st County including land that is now home to Sweet Briar College.)

John became a naturalized citizen in 1702 by a proclamation of the Gener al Assembly.

With John Lightfoot established St. Mark's Parish, in Orange County (now G reene County). Scott, in his History of Orange, says "John Lightfoot and J ohn Rucker were ordered to pitch on a place near some good spring" in 173 1. Scott ways this is the old church near Ruckersville in Greene County.

John was a vestryman and very influential member of the church. He was a C aptain in the Colonial Militia of Orange County in 1740. He deeded land f or Rucker's Chapel in 1745.

John had 12 children. In his will he left 1 shilling to his daughter Marga ret Smith. He greatly disapproved of her marriage to Isaac Smith.

Feby. 6, 1734. John Rucker of St. Mark's Parish, Spots. Co., to Peter Ruck er, Elizabeth Rucker, Peter Rucker, Jnr., and Ephraim Rucker. 20 pounds st erling currency, 420 acres--remainder of a patent granted said John Rucke r, in St. Mark's Par., Spots. Co. "Peter and Elizabeth Rucker, during the ir Natural lives, and afterwards to Peter Rucker, Junr., and Ephraim Rucke r," etc. Witnesses: G. Home, Joseph Delaney, John Johnson.

Feby. 6, 1733-4. John Rucker of St. Mark's Pa., Spots. Co., "to my siste r, Mary Rucker," love and affection and 1 pound sterling, To "Mary Ruck er and William Offall, her lawful husband," etc., etc. 100 acres in St. Ma rk's Parish Spots. Co. Dated, Feby. 6, 1730. Recd. Feby. 6, 1733-4. Witnes ses: G. Home, Joseph Delaney, John Johnson.

March 5, 1733. John Rucker of Spots. Co. to Phillip Stockdale of St Anne 's Par., Essex Co. 21 pounds sterling 5 shillings currency and 6000 lbs. t obacco 703 acres--150 acres thereof part of a patent granted said Rucker A ugt. 17, 1727, and 553 acres part of a patent granted Thos. Rucker June 1 6, 1730, and sold and made over to said John Rucker, as by Deeds, Feb y. 5, 1732. In Spots. Co. Thomas Chew, James Cox, Charles Stevens, witness es. Susannah, wife of John Rucker acknowledged her dower, etc.

His will:

In the name of God Amen. I John Rucker of St. Marks Parish in the coun ty of Orange a Planter, being weak in body but of perfect mind and memo ry and knowing that it is appointed to all men to die once, do make and or dain this my last will and testament in manner and form following:

Imprimis I do order that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid a nd satisfied . Item: I give to my well beloved wife Susannah Rucker four N egro by name of Bristol , Tony, Doll and Sue and one third part of my hous ehold and furniture and stock horses excepted, one horse I give to my wi fe named Roger. The four mentioned Negro to remain my wife's no longer th en her widowhood after to be sold and divided as the rest of my Estate her eafter mentioned.

Item. I give to my son Peter Rucker one black horse called Jockey and h is choice of my guns.

Item. I give to my son John Rucker one grey Horse called Oglesby and a g un the next choice after his brother.

Item. I give to Thomas Wright Belfield one lot in Fred K urg No.5 to him a nd his heirs forever.

My desire is that one half of my land on the branches of the James River m ay be sold by my Executors for six months credit to the highest bidder lik ewise my wagon and five horses and horse kinds in the same manner in ord er to pay my debts. I likewise leave my dwelling house and land thereun to adjoining to be sold at the direction of my Executors if my debts cann ot be complied with, if they can the dwelling house and land to rema in my wife's during her widowhood and if she marrys to be sold by way of a uction.

Item. I give to my well beloved sons Peter Rucker , John Rucker , Ambro se Rucker, Benj. A. Rucker, Rueben Rucker, Isacc Rucker, Anthony Rucker a nd to their heirs forever half the land I hold in the branches of the Jam es River to be equally divided between the seven brothers.

The rest of my Estate I desire may be equally divided between my beloved c hildren as follows: Peter Rucker, John Rucker , Sarah Rucker, Winifred Ruc ker, Ambrose Rucker, Benj. Rucker, Rueben Rucker, Isacc Rucker, Anthony Ru cker, Mildred Rucker, Phebe Rucker to them and their heirs forever.

Item I give to my daughter Margaret Smith one shilling Sterl.

And lastly I do constitute and appoint my beloved wife Susanah my Execut or and my beloved son Peter Rucker and my beloved friend George Tayl or my whole and sole Executors of this my last will and testament hereby r evoking and disallowing all other wills and testaments by me made and conf irming this my last will and testament. In witness thereof I have now s et my hand and seal this XI day of January 1742.

Signed and Sealed and Published in the presence of: Robert Seagre Joseph H awkins Richard Cross.

John Rucker Seal
1709 - 1804 James Rucker 95 95 1642 - 1666 Elizabeth Ann Beauchamp 24 24 Possible information source?:

Call Number: ISBN 0-8063-0789-7
Title: Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages
Author: Sir Bernard Burke
Publication: Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883
Abbrev: Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages
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Page: p. 212, FitzWalter, Barons FitzWalter
1640 - 1681 Ambrose Levi Rucker 41 41 Isabella 1607 - 1661 Johann Georg Rucker 54 54 1579 Catherine Margaret Sources:

   1. Title: 1232 - Descendants of various Ruckers
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1577 William Conrad Rucker 1551 Hilda Maria Pepersach Sources:

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1549 Hans Conrad Rucker 1520 Margaret Elizabeth Kuri 1517 Conrad Heinz Levi Rucker 1489 Victoria Weindl 1488 William Georg Rucker 1459 - 1491 Isabella Maria 32 32 1456 Richard Conrad Rucker 1426 Elizabeth Maria Malschuer 1423 Richard Levi Rucker 1405 Elizabeth 1400 Albert Henry Levi Rucker 1360 Catherine 1365 Albert Levi Rucker 1340 Helschmeltz Heintz Rucker 1368 Helschmeltz Ambrose Rucker 1302 Friederick Schmeltz Rucker 1551 Maria Rucker 1553 Georg Rucker 1579 Victoria Marie Rucker 1608 Conrad Rucker 1610 William Rucker 1611 Mary Margaret Rucker 1612 Gretchen Louise Rucker 1654 - 1692 Elizabeth Maria Polteney 38 38 1645 - 1693 Edward Fielding 48 48 1608 Elizabeth Neale 1604 Rogers Fielding Rev. Roger Feilding was an Episcopal Clergyman at Horton, Gloucestershire, England.His sons and grandsons used the Hapsburg Seal of the family from Newham Paddox, Warwickshire.
Source:William and Mary Quaterly, Series 1, Vol.18, p. 241-249.
1585 Elizabeth Ashton 1580 Basil Fielding 1558 - 1582 Dorothy Lane 24 24 1554 William Fielding 1495 Maud Parr 1509 - 1582 Ralph Lane 73 73 1548 - 1570 Goodith Willington 22 22 1500 Basil Fielding 1478 - 1539 Elizabeth Polterney 61 61 1474 - 1547 William Fielding 73 73 1456 Jellis Russell 1454 - 1514 Everard Fielding 60 60 1430 Agnes De St. Liz 1428 - 1471 William Fielding 43 43 1400 Margaret Purefoy 1395 John Fielding 1403 Jane Bellers 1360 John De St. Liz 1370 Joan Prudhome 1375 William Fielding 1320 Agnes De Napton 1311 Geffrey Fielding 1330 Julian De Newnham 1325 William Prudhome 1270 Matilda Maud De Colville 1270 Geffrey Fielding 1275 Alice Of Misterton 1275 John De Napton 1245 Richard Misterton 1382 Margareta Knightley 1379 William Purefoy 1358 Margaret Chetwynd 1355 - 1403 William Purefoy 48 48 1362 Joan Giffard 1364 Richard Knightley 1370 William Bellers 1355 Margaret Bernacke 1335 James Bellers 1310 Agatha De Bingham 1305 Rafe Bellers 1339 - 1401 Mary Bernacke 62 62 1332 - 1355 William Bernacke 23 23 1283 Alice Bertram 1278 - 1307 Richard De Bingham 29 29 1309 - 1349 John Bernacke