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    (List alphabetized from "The Ten Mile Country and Its Pioneer Families").
    Fayette, Washington & Greene Co PA and Ohio & Monongalia C o VA

    (From an original petition for a new state located in the Library of Congress. No date on document. Papers of the Continental Congress No 48, Folios 251-6, pages 89-96). The names in this petition, which is not dated, seem at times to be taken from the militia rolls, and if circulated after 1780 contains names of persons deceased or moved from the district. There is no attempt to conceal the fact that the signatures were written by the prime agitators of the movement as many of those names which appear here could only make their mark.

    John Bartley, Abraham Scott, Alexander Scott, Andrew Scott , Ebenezer Scott, James Scott, John Scott, Robert Scott, Wi lliam Scott
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    The 1787 Russell County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List First Section
    Name White Males 21+ White Males 16-2 1 Blacks 16+ Blacks under 16 Horses Cattle
    Scott, Alexand r 1 - - - 9 3Scott, James 1 1 - - 1 -Scott, James 1 - 1 - 1 6 13
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    Wahington / Russell County Deeds

    Page 53 - Alexander Scott...272 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on both sides of a small branch the waters of the north fork of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River...Beginning by a branch near the foot of the House & Barn Mountain... corner to Richard Prices land...corner to Henry Smiths land ...January 20, 1783 - Alexander Scott...300 ac...on Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774...August 22, 1781

    The Washington County Surveyors Record 1781-1797
    Page 16 - Phillip Crume...400 ac on the north side of Clynch in new garden adjoining John Lewis and Alexander Scott, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1776... September 4, 1782

    77 - November 9, 1789 - William Priest - 147 ac - part 2 Tr easury Warrants: 100 ac by 9806 dated December 11, 1781 & 4 7 ac by 12668 dated June 28, 1782 - on both sides of the north fork of Cedar Creek - on the north side of Priests Mountain, line of tract granted to David Priest - crossing the north fork of Cedar Creek - corner of Alexander Scott

    195 - September 17, 1794 - James McFarland, assignee of Alexander Scott - 23 ac - part Treasury Warrant 8174 dated Feb ruary 2, 1782 - on both sides the north fork of Cedar Creek - corner to John Horton, Samuel Robertson and Richard Price - corner to William Priest - crossing the north fork of Cedar Creek
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    WILSON, WILLIAM.--Augusta, Sept. 25, 1832. Born in Augusta , Nov. 7, 1745. Volunteered late in August, 1774, under Capt. Alexander McClenahan, Lt. William McCutchen, and Ensign Joseph Long, and marched to Point Pleasant together with the companies of Captains John Morrison, Samuel Wilson, George Mathews, and John Lewis. Captains McClenahan, Morrison, and Wilson were killed, the total loss being about 160 . The army then advanced about eighty miles toward the Indian towns, returning to Point Pleasant, and waited there a week for provisions before resuming the return. In second tour volunteered in July, 1776, under Capt. John Lyle, Lt. William McCutcheon, and Ensign Joseph Long. From the rendezvous at Lexington the troops marched under Col. William Christian to the Holston river to protect the frontier against the Indians. There were only some light skirmishes. Disbanded in December. Drafted in 1781, serving under Capt. Thomas Rankin, Lt. Alexander Scott, and Ensign William Buchanan, his colonels being Sampson Mathews and William Bowyer. Rendezvous at Waynesboro, Jan. 11th, marching to Richmond, then Fredericksburg, then Portsmouth, where they joined Gen. Steuben's army. On 11th January, 1781, he marched from Widow Teas's as Sergeant; marched to Richmond, thence to Fredericksburg, thence to Portsmouth, where they joined the main body of soldiers under Baron Steuben; was in two slight skirmishes with the British at this place; returned home and were disbanded about the 17th April; was under the command of Sampson Mathews; William Bowyer was his Colonel; Alexander Robinson was Major; the Company Officers were Capt. Thomas Rankin, Lieut. Col. Alexander Scott
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    VIRGINIA MILITIA IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
    PART III
    Virginia's Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution
    page 184
    Scott, Alexander, S. L., R. Dec. 16, 1777--under A. Roberts on, res. 1781.
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    1795 Tax List Green County, Kentucky
    Alexander Scott, 7-4-1795, 1 -- 1 -- -- 6 -- 18
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    Scott, Alexander KY GREEN CO. 1800 TAX LIST
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    Possible Family Group Record FamilySearch® Ancestral File ™ v4.19
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    Husband's Name
    James SCOTT (AFN:KBXB-0J)

    Born: 1710 Place: , Dipple, Moray, Scotland
    Died: 1784 Place:
    Married: Abt 1741 Place: , , VA

    Father: John SCOTT (AFN:KBXH-07)
    Mother: Helen GRANT (AFN:KBXC-BD)
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    Wife's Name
    Sarah BROWN (AFN:KBXB-93)

    Born: 29 Aug 1715 Place: , Rich Hill, Charles, Maryland
    Died: 1784 Place:
    Married: Abt 1741 Place: , , VA

    Father: Gustavus BROWN (AFN:8MSJ-4X)
    Mother: Frances FAWKE (AFN:KBXD-71)
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    Children
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    1. Sex Name
    M John SCOTT (AFN:RLQJ-2T)

    Born: Abt 1744 Place: <, Overwharton, Stafford, Virgin ia>
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    2. Sex Name
    M Charles SCOTT (AFN:RLQJ-1N)

    Born: Abt 1746 Place: , , VA
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    3. Sex Name
    F Christian SCOTT (AFN:KBX9-7L)
    Born: 4 Mar 1745 Place: , Overwharton, Stafford, Virg inia
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    4. Sex Name
    F Helen SCOTT (AFN:KBXB-N0)

    Born: 7 Jun 1737 Place: , Overwharton, Stafford, Virgi nia
    Died: 15 Sep 1795 Place:
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    5. Sex Name
    M Alexander SCOTT (AFN:KBX9-43)

    Born: 10 Jul 1740 Place: , Overwharton, Stafford, Virginia
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    Alexander
    Sex: U

    Event(s):
    Born: 10 Jul 1740
    Of Clearmont', Fauquier, 'Virginia

    Parents:
    Father: James SCOTT
    Mother: Sarah BROWN SCOTT
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    Film Number: 1239623
    Page Number: 166
    Reference Number: 6023
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    6. Sex Name
    F Catherine SCOTT (AFN:KBXB-QB)

    Born: 22 Jan 1741 Place: , Overwharton, Stafford, Virginia
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    7. Sex Name
    M John SCOTT (AFN:KBXB-SN)

    Born: Abt 1747 Place: , Westwood, Prince William, Virginia
    Died: Apr 1785 Place:
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    8. Sex Name
    M Robert SCOTT (AFN:KBXB-V1)

    Born: 1749 Place: Of, Westwood, Prince William, Virginia
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    9. Sex Name
    M William SCOTT (AFN:KBX9-B4)

    Born: 1751 Place: , Westwood, Prince William, Virginia
    Died: Dec 1787 Place:
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    10. Sex Name
    M Gustavus SCOTT (AFN:KBXB-XC)

    Born: 1753 Place: , Westwood, Prince William, Virginia
    Died: 1801 Place:
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    11. Sex Name
    M James SCOTT (AFN:2PQR-60)

    Born: 1 Aug 1742 Place: , Overwharton, Stafford, Virginia
    Died: 1779 Place:
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    Possible family Connection

    Aquia Church in Stafford County, Virginia, was built betwee n 1751 and 1757, however there are no original tombstones that date before 1838. In the early days, most nonclergy were interred in private cemeteries near their rural homes.

    The Reverend John Moncure was buried under the chancel in 1764, as was his wife, Frances Brown Moncure, in 1770. John Moncure II and Anne Conway Moncure, his son and daughter- in-law, were also buried there about 1784. In consideration of repairs to the church made by Henry Wood Moncure, a half dozen or so members of his immediate family were allowed burial under the chancel in the latter part of the 19th century.

    The oldest known plat of the cemetery was made in 1904 by E .H. Randall, Surveyor of Stafford County. These were lots 1 through 33, directly behind the church. Lots 35 through 66 were added in 1931 by George L. Gordon, a successor i n the office of Stafford County Surveyor. Lots 67 through 133 were added in 1949, and lots 200 through 211 were added in 1977. The United States Government made a plat of the Dipple and Somerset sections in 1942.

    In 1943, the ten graves from Dipple (home of the Rev. Alexander Scott, Rector from 1711 until his death in 1738) and the 52 graves from Somerset (home of his successor the Rev. John Moncure) were moved to the south side of the Aquia churchyard, because the U.S. Marine Corps Reservation was enlarged to include their original sites on Chopawamsic Creek . Miss Theresa Scott had erected a wall around the Dipple cemetery in 1913, and given $1,000 to create a perpetual care fund for the Dipple cemetery.

    The ten graves from Dipple were these:
    ALEXANDER SCOTT, 1686-1738. He was not only a minister but a shrewd speculator in frontier lands, owning thousands of acres throughout the counties of Stafford, Fairfax, Prince William and Fauquier. After his wife's death, having no children, he invited his younger half-brother (the Rev. James Scott, also of Dipple Parish, Elgin, Scotland) to join him in Virginia and inherit his estate. Their father, the Rev . John Scott, 1651-1726, was also an Anglican clergyman. In his will, Alexander Scott asked that a communion service be made for Aquia. This is the handsome 1739 silver service used today on special occasions. (Manuscript: Scotts of Dipple Parish, Scotland, and Stafford, Prince William, and Fauquier Counties, Virginia, Phyllis T. Scott, Fauquier C ounty, Virginia, 1987). The tombstone of Alexander Scott i s the only remaining tabletop stone. There is, in relief, an hourglass, beneath which is a skull and crossbones, and under that an angel, head and shoulders, winged. Beneath the inscription is the coat of arms of the Rev. Mr. Scott, surrounded by the motto, "Gaudia Nancio Magna." (See Register of Overwharton Parish, 1723-1758, George H.S. King, 1961 , reprinted 1986, Southern Historical Press, Easley, S.C. , page 1186).
    SARAH GIBBONS BRENT SCOTT, 1692-1733, wife of Alexander Scott. She had been the widow of William Brent, of Richlands , two miles down the Potomac River from Dipple, and had one son, William Brent.
    Her tombstone has lost its original legs, and is now only a slabtop. It has, in relief, two winged angels, each holding a globe in the one hand and a palm branch in the other . Under these are the words, "Memento Mori", with the usual skull and crossbones.
    JAMES SCOTT, 17??-1782, brother of the Rev. Alexander Scott , his wife SARAH BROWN SCOTT, 1715-1784, and their son WILLIAM SCOTT, are thought to have been buried in the three original unmarked graves in the Dipple section. We think the slabtop one, long since unreadable, is the son William. Sarah was the daughter of Dr. Gustavus and Frances Fowke Brown , of "Rich Hill", Charles County, Maryland. The first five of the nine children of Rev. James Scott were born at Dipple. James moved in about 1745 to become Rector of Dettingen Parish in Prince William County, where he remained until his death 37 years later. He inherited from his brother William 8,623 acres and 30 slaves. His nine children were Helen, Alexander, Catherine, James, Christian, John, Robert , William, and Gustavus. Many of his descendants still live in that area.
    RICHARD MARSHALL SCOTT, 1807-1857: The eldest son of Gustavus Hall Scott, who was the youngest son of the Rev. James Scott.
    FRANCES FOWKE BROWN, 1691-1744: She was the wife of Dr. Gustavus Brown of Charles County, Maryland, and mother of twelve children. She died while visiting her four daughters here: Sarah Brown Scott, Frances Brown Moncure, Christian Brown Graham, and Anne Brown Horner. One son and seven daughters survived her.
    CHRISTIAN BROWN GRAHAM, 1719-1742: She had been married not quite two months at her death; she was the wife of John Graham, founder of Dumfries, Virginia, and daughter of Dr. Gustavus Brown and Frances Fowke Brown.
    ROBERT HORNER, 1718-1773: He had married Anne, daughter of Dr. Gustavus Brown.
    HAWKEN STONE, 1748-1810, had moved from Charles County, Maryland, to Stafford County. He was a great grandson of Governor William Stone of Maryland, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
    JOHN CAILE SCOTT, Admiral, U.S. Navy, 1904-1969: He was a direct descendant of Richard Marshall Scott, and so was permitted burial in the Dipple section.

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Children of ALEXANDER SCOTT and SUSAN ??? are:
2. i. JAMES3 SCOTT, b. 1767, Russell County, Va.; d. March 1837, Green County, Ky..
3. ii. JOHN SCOTT, b. Abt. 1769.
iii. ALEXANDER SCOTT, JR., b. Bet. 1770 - 1780; d. 1828, Green Co, KY; m. (1) SARAH 'SALLY' MARTIN; b. Abt. 1786, Green County, KY; d. Abt. 1822, Green County, KY; m. (2) ELIZA BRIDGES; d. Bet. 1833 - 1840, Green County, Ky.
Notes for ALEXANDER SCOTT, JR.:
Order Book No. 8, Page 444, Green County Clerk's Office, Greensburg, KY dated Monday, March 18, 1833.
A list of sales of the estate of Alexander H. Scott, deceased, was returned into Court by Elias Barbee, administrator, approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Inventory and Settlement Book 1825 - 1833 Page No. 450 - 451.
Property sold by the administrator of the estate of Alexander H. Scott on the 7th day of October, 1828 to whom and credit of 6 months.

William Jones..................one cow....................................................$4.75..... .[son-in-law]
James Scott.....................hoe.................................... ..........................1.00......[son]
Elias Barbee....................one ax......................................................... ..25
James Scott.....................hoe.................................... ..........................1.00......[son]
Elias Barbee.....................chains, harness, singletrees, & wedges....1.87<
Jesse Roberts...................one table.................................................... .62<
Mary Ringly (?)................5 chairs....................................................... 56¬
Elias Barbee....................one plow...................................................... .87<
Eliza Scott.......................one cupboard................................................ .06¬....[widow?]
William Jones...................one big wheel.............................................. .81¬....[s-i-l]
Hiram Roberts..................one bed and bedstead.................................6.25
Mary Ringly (?).................one ax.......................................................... .93¬
A. Underwood...................3 hogs..........................................................2.5 0
D. Blevins........................11 geese......................................................1.31¬
Jesse Roberts...................1 saddle......................................................1.93¬
Maigau Jones...................1 colt..........................................................15. 00....[grandchild?]
Eliza Scott.......................one mare.......................................................8.00.. ....[widow?]
Washington Nairce (?).......one heifer...................................................3.50
Avery Warren...................one heifer.....................................................3.56¬
Peter Underwood..............one cow........................................................4.93¬
M. Etherton......................7 sheep, 1st and second choice....................3.25
Mary Buly........................one bedstead................................................. .06¬...[daughter]
Littleberry Reaves.............5 hogs..........................................................4.0 0
total..............67.06¬
signed -Elias Barbee, Administrator.

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Letter from Debbie Raque. 5-5-2000
> On my last trip to Green Co. I was talking to Barbara Wright about our
> dilemma with the Scott's. I was telling her about this while a friend of
> mine was looking through an index of the original settlements that Barbara
> had made years ago. These are the settlements that are entered into the
> settlement books. Barbara told me that these are the little pieces of
> papers that people would turn in to the administrators for payment. She
> said that some of the information on the papers like this is my share of my
> father's estate didn't get transcribed into the list. In other words they
> would just put the names and amounts and not the relationships. So of
> course my mind started hoping and praying. So I asked Carolyn Scott to make
> me a copy of the Alexander H. Scott settlement. I got it in the mail today.
> It doesn't really tell us anything. But I think it does narrow down his
> death date a little more. There are 3 notes that Alexander H. Scott signs.
> One to Rebekah Young dated 13 Dec. 1826, another to Hiram Underwood, dated 3
> April 1827 and the third one is to John Meers dated 28 Jan. 1828. Then the
> other papers that Elias Barbee receive were people are wanting money, dated
> 7 Oct 1828, 15 Oct 1828 and 8 Nov. 1828.
>
> Something else that I noticed. In the lists of receipts they keep
> mentioning the widow approving the notes. In the list of the pay outs the
> first one is "By $8.00 the price of a mare sold to the widow. she being
> entitled to a work beast".
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21/297 - 23 June 1837 - W. Barnett of Green County, Ky. and John Martin of
Clark County, Ky. of the first part and the heirs of Alex H. Scott, deceased
and Hiram Scott assignee of Alexander Scott Sr. deceased of Green County of
the second part on Little Brush Creek containing 200 acres.
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4. iv. LYDDY SCOTT, b. Abt. 1782.
5. v. RHODA SCOTT, b. Bef. 1784.
6. vi. ELIZABETH SCOTT, b. Abt. 1784.
7. vii. WILLIAM SCOTT, b. Abt. 1786; d. Bef. 1810, Green County, KY.
8. viii. MARY 'POLLY' SCOTT, b. 1794, Green County, KY; d. September 01, 1854, Green County, KY.

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1686 - 1738 Alexander Scott 51 51 ! (1) Melissa Thompson Alexander. E-mail: ma.da@gte.net (http://www.worldconnect.rootsweb.com, 27 Jan 2001). Cites: (a) "Virginia Gleanins in England," by Lothrop Withington. (b) "Genealogies of Virginia Families from the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography," Vol. 1 (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981). (c) "Virginia Heraldica."

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Ordained by the Bishop of London, Scott was sent to Virginia in 1710 to be minister for the parish of Overwharton. Unwilling to settle for a clergy residence, Scott established a home on the Potomac which he called "Dipple", after the parish in Scotland where his father was from. (C.H. Brent)
1693 - 1733 Sarah Gibbons 40 40 John Scott 1737 Helen Scott 1710 - 1784 James Scott 74 74 1715 - 1784 Sarah Brown 69 69 1744 John Scott 1746 Charles Scott 1745 Christian Scott 1737 - 1795 Helen Scott 58 58 1741 Catherine Scott 1104 - 1167 Simon de Morville 63 63 1095 - 1147 Ada D'Engaine 52 52 1052 Alice de Meschines 1036 Ralph D'Engaine 1051 - 1158 Ebria de Triveres 107 107 1027 Ranulf de Triveres 1650 - 1726 John Scott 76 76 1670 - 1769 Helen Grant 99 99 1684 Samuel Scott 1686 James Scott 1689 - 1762 Gustavus Brown 73 73 1711 Gustavus Brown 1713 Frances Brown 1710 John Moncure 1717 Mary Brown 1720 Christian Brown 1722 Gustavus Brown 1723 Elizabeth Brown 1725 Richard Brown 1727 Gustavus Richard Brown 1729 Jane Brown 1730 Cecilia Brown 1732 Ann Brown 1662 - 1734 Gerard Fowke 71 71 1668 - 1734 Sarah Burdett 66 66 1687 Gerard Fowke 1688 Chandler Fowke 1689 Roger Fowke 1693 Anne Fowke 1695 Catherine Fowke 1697 Elizabeth Fowke 1635 - 1666 Thomas Burdett 31 31 He was in the colony of Maryland before 1659, according to Early Settlers of Maryland by Gust Skourdas.
1638 Verlinda Cotton 1660 Elizabeth Burdett 1662 Frances Burdett 1668 Parthenia Burdett 1615 - 1640 William Cotton 25 25 There is a tradition in the family that he was a son of widow Joan Cotton of Bunbury, Cheshire Co., England, and was granted 350 acres of land on the main branches of Hungar's Creek, adjoining the lands of his brother-in-law, Capt William Stone . This consisted of 100 acres for personal adventure of himself and wife, and 250 acres for the transportation of five persons to Virginia: Eleanor Hill, Richard Hill, Edward Eason and Domingo and Sambo, negroes. William Cotton was succeeded b y Rev. John Rozier
1620 - 1683 Ann Graves 63 63 1584 - 1635 Thomas Graves 51 51 Arrived in Virginia on the "Mary & Margaret" with Raleigh Croshaw in October1608, with Capt. Christopher Newport's second supply. Thomas GRAVES was one of the original Adventurers (stockholders) of the Virginia Co. of London, and one of the ver y early planters (settlers) who founded Jamestown, VA, the first permanent English settlement in North America. 'Thomas GRAVE' is listed on pg 364, Records of the Virginia Co. of London, Vol IV. Regarding the title of 'Captain', which is attache d to Thomas GRAVES in Virginia historical records, he had no such designation in the charter of 1609 wherein all the Adventurers of the Virginia Co. are listed, and is shown by Capt. John Smith on his arrival in Virginia simply as 'Thomas GRAVES , Gent.' Thus it appears that he acquired the title of Captain after arriving in Virginia. Thomas GRAVES early b ecame active in the affairs of the infant colony. On an exploring expedition, he was captured by Indians and taken to Opechancanough . Thomas Savage, who had come to Virginia with the first supply on the 'John & Francis' in 1608, was sent to rescue him, which he did successfully. In 1609, the 'starving time' reduced the population of about 500 to no more than 60 men, women an d children.
In 1609, he returned to England where he married and fathered John and Thomas, then returned to Virginia prior to 1617. By 1616 the colony had a total population of only 351, of whom 81 were farmers or tenants. In 1617, the Virginia Co., hoping t o expand the population and agricultural production in the colony, encouraged private or voluntary associations organized on a joint stock basis to establish settlements in the area of the Company's patent. The Society of Smith's (or Smythe's) Hu ndred (later called Southampton Hundred) was organized in 1617, and Capt. Thomas GRAVES' name appears as a member. Soon after April 29, 1619, Gov. Yeardly wrote to Sir Edwin Sandys: "I have entreated Capt. Graves, an antient officer of this compa ny, to take charge of the people and worker."
Capt GRAVES was a member of the First Legislative Assembly in America and, with Mr. Walter Shelley, sat for Smythe's Hundred when they met at Jamestown on 30 Jul 1619. The timne of Capt GRAVES' removal to the Eastern Shore is now known. It was, h owever, after Aug 1619, since he was then a representative from Smthe's 100 to the first meeting of the House of Burgesses. It was also prior to 1623, for 'a list of names of the Living in Virginia, 16 Feb 1623' shows Thomas GRAVES 'at the Easter n Shore'.
His patent for 200 acres on the Eastern Shore is of record 14 Mar 1628 (Patent Book No 1, pg 72, Land Registrar's Office, Richmond, VA). In the Census of Feb 1625, Capt Thomas GRAVES was one of only 51 people then living on the Eastern Shore. H e was put in charge of the direction of local affairs later in 1625. In 1632 he, with others, was appointed a commissioner 'for the plantation of Acchowmacke'. He was one of the Burgesses to the Assembly, representing Accomac, for the 1629-30 se ssion as well as the 1632 session. He attended many of the meetings of the Commissioners, but he was absent from 30 Dec 1632 until 23 Oct 1633. It appears he was out of the country.
The old Hungars Episcopal Church is located about 7 miles N of Eastville on the north side of Hungars Creek. Hungars Parish was made soon after the county was established and the first minister was Rev. William Cotton. The first vestry was appoi nted 1635, and the first vestry meeting was held 29 Sept 1635 at which Capt Thomas GRAVES headed the list of those present.
Capt GRAVES died between Nov 1635 when he was witness to a deed, and 5 Jan 1636 when suit was entered against a servant to Mrs. GRAVES. (Adventurers of Purse and Person, pp 188-189). His birthdate is not known, but is believed to be about 1580.
Since Capt GRAVES had been active in the affairs of Virginia from his arrival, the absence of any mention of him during certain periods indicates that he had returned to England. This also confirmed the patents issued to him and to others in whic h he is mentioned. Mrs. Hiden states, 'even a cursory reading of Northampton (Accomack) records reveals how frequent were the trips to England, Ireland, Holland, and New England' of those living on the Eastern Shore. Mrs. Hiden also states, 'we kn ow from the land patents that Capt. Thomas GRAVES made several trips out of the country, to England presumably, and on one of his return voyages his family accompanied him '.
After 15 years of studying the early records of Virginia, reviewing the analyses of other researchers, and applying reasoning, Miss Louise GRAVES arrived at the following conclusion: Thomas GRAVES was unmarried when he arrived in Virginia in 1608 . He was young and adventure was probably the reason for him coming to Virginia. He was obviously educated and of some 'social status' and financial means, and a leader. She thinks he returned to England possibly in Oct of 1609, either on the sa me ship as Capt John Smith (who left Virginia for England for treatment of wounds resulting from an explosion), or on one of the other 7 ships which arrived in Virginia in Aug 1609....Her guess is that he then married in England ab out 1610, fathe red John and Thomas GRAVES, remained in England for several years, and returned to Virginia prior to the formation of Smythe's 100 in 1617, or possibly a little later. It is known that he was 'entreated to take charge of the people and workers' a t Smythe's 100 in April 1619, and was there then.
Also, there is no record of his being in Virginia after the meeting of the Burgesses in Jul-Aug 1619 until he is shown as living on the Eastern Shore in 1623. It seems reasonable that he was in England at the time of the Indian Massacre of March 1 622,, and upon returning to Virginia settled on the Eastern Shore where it was less perilous to live. The fact that he fathered 3 children, the girls, during this period certainly lends support to his being in England. (This information was copi ed from WFT Vol 1, CD)
He appeared on the census in 1624 in Eastern Shore, VA, which shows 73 persons there.[bar.FTW]

Arrived in Virginia on the "Mary & Margaret" with Raleigh Croshaw in October1608, with Capt. Christopher Newport's second supply. Thomas GRAVES was one of the original Adventurers (stockholders) of the Virginia Co. of London, and one of the ver y early planters (settlers) who founded Jamestown, VA, the first permanent English settlement in North America. 'Thomas GRAVE' is listed on pg 364, Records of the Virginia Co. of London, Vol IV. Regarding the title of 'Captain', which is attache d to Thomas GRAVES in Virginia historical records, he had no such designation in the charter of 1609 wherein all the Adventurers of the Virginia Co. are listed, and is shown by Capt. John Smith on his arrival in Virginia simply as 'Thomas GRAVES , Gent.' Thus it appears that he acquired the title of Captain after arriving in Virginia. Thomas GRAVES early b ecame active in the affairs of the infant colony. On an exploring expedition, he was captured by Indians and taken to Opechancanough . Thomas Savage, who had come to Virginia with the first supply on the 'John & Francis' in 1608, was sent to rescue him, which he did successfully. In 1609, the 'starving time' reduced the population of about 500 to no more than 60 men, women an d children.
In 1609, he returned to England where he married and fathered John and Thomas, then returned to Virginia prior to 1617. By 1616 the colony had a total population of only 351, of whom 81 were farmers or tenants. In 1617, the Virginia Co., hoping t o expand the population and agricultural production in the colony, encouraged private or voluntary associations organized on a joint stock basis to establish settlements in the area of the Company's patent. The Society of Smith's (or Smythe's) Hu ndred (later called Southampton Hundred) was organized in 1617, and Capt. Thomas GRAVES' name appears as a member. Soon after April 29, 1619, Gov. Yeardly wrote to Sir Edwin Sandys: "I have entreated Capt. Graves, an antient officer of this compa ny, to take charge of the people and worker."
Capt GRAVES was a member of the First Legislative Assembly in America and, with Mr. Walter Shelley, sat for Smythe's Hundred when they met at Jamestown on 30 Jul 1619. The timne of Capt GRAVES' removal to the Eastern Shore is now known. It was, h owever, after Aug 1619, since he was then a representative from Smthe's 100 to the first meeting of the House of Burgesses. It was also prior to 1623, for 'a list of names of the Living in Virginia, 16 Feb 1623' shows Thomas GRAVES 'at the Easter n Shore'.
His patent for 200 acres on the Eastern Shore is of record 14 Mar 1628 (Patent Book No 1, pg 72, Land Registrar's Office, Richmond, VA). In the Census of Feb 1625, Capt Thomas GRAVES was one of only 51 people then living on the Eastern Shore. H e was put in charge of the direction of local affairs later in 1625. In 1632 he, with others, was appointed a commissioner 'for the plantation of Acchowmacke'. He was one of the Burgesses to the Assembly, representing Accomac, for the 1629-30 se ssion as well as the 1632 session. He attended many of the meetings of the Commissioners, but he was absent from 30 Dec 1632 until 23 Oct 1633. It appears he was out of the country.
The old Hungars Episcopal Church is located about 7 miles N of Eastville on the north side of Hungars Creek. Hungars Parish was made soon after the county was established and the first minister was Rev. William Cotton. The first vestry was appoi nted 1635, and the first vestry meeting was held 29 Sept 1635 at which Capt Thomas GRAVES headed the list of those present.
Capt GRAVES died between Nov 1635 when he was witness to a deed, and 5 Jan 1636 when suit was entered against a servant to Mrs. GRAVES. (Adventurers of Purse and Person, pp 188-189). His birthdate is not known, but is believed to be about 1580.
Since Capt GRAVES had been active in the affairs of Virginia from his arrival, the absence of any mention of him during certain periods indicates that he had returned to England. This also confirmed the patents issued to him and to others in whic h he is mentioned. Mrs. Hiden states, 'even a cursory reading of Northampton (Accomack) records reveals how frequent were the trips to England, Ireland, Holland, and New England' of those living on the Eastern Shore. Mrs. Hiden also states, 'we kn ow from the land patents that Capt. Thomas GRAVES made several trips out of the country, to England presumably, and on one of his return voyages his family accompanied him '.
After 15 years of studying the early records of Virginia, reviewing the analyses of other researchers, and applying reasoning, Miss Louise GRAVES arrived at the following conclusion: Thomas GRAVES was unmarried when he arrived in Virginia in 1608 . He was young and adventure was probably the reason for him coming to Virginia. He was obviously educated and of some 'social status' and financial means, and a leader. She thinks he returned to England possibly in Oct of 1609, either on the sa me ship as Capt John Smith (who left Virginia for England for treatment of wounds resulting from an explosion), or on one of the other 7 ships which arrived in Virginia in Aug 1609....Her guess is that he then married in England ab out 1610, fathe red John and Thomas GRAVES, remained in England for several years, and returned to Virginia prior to the formation of Smythe's 100 in 1617, or possibly a little later. It is known that he was 'entreated to take charge of the people and workers' a t Smythe's 100 in April 1619, and was there then.
Also, there is no record of his being in Virginia after the meeting of the Burgesses in Jul-Aug 1619 until he is shown as living on the Eastern Shore in 1623. It seems reasonable that he was in England at the time of the Indian Massacre of March 1 622,, and upon returning to Virginia settled on the Eastern Shore where it was less perilous to live. The fact that he fathered 3 children, the girls, during this period certainly lends support to his being in England. (This information was copi ed from WFT Vol 1, CD)
He appeared on the census in 1624 in Eastern Shore, VA, which shows 73 persons there.
1593 - 1636 Katherine Croshaw 43 43 1611 John Graves 1617 Thomas Graves 1618 Verlinda Graves 1622 Katherine Graves 1630 - 1691 Francis Graves 61 61 Birthdate is inferred from the fact that he was still a minor and described as 'orphan of Capt thomas Graves decd.' in 1642.
Until 1672, we have no information about Francis. According to Mrs. Hiden, it is likely from the associates his family chose that he spent some time in Gloucester Co., VA before settling in Essex Co. It is also probable that he lived in Essex Co . before patenting land there, and that the 714 acres he patented 10 Oct 16672 (S.L.O.6. p 436) 'on the south side of the river, part on the branch of Gilson's Creek and part on Hoskins Creek adjoining Mr. Beverley's corner' represented a choice o f location rather than just the reward for transporting 14 persons.
1560 Thomas Graves Sources:
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1560 Joan Blagrove 1581 John Graves 1583 William Graves 1587 Francis Graves 1534 - 1590 Thomas Blagrove 56 56 1538 Joann Bellame Sources:
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Text: Joan Bellame; Female; Birth: About 1538 Of, , Berkshire, England; Sealing to Parents: 09 JUL 1994 SDIEG; William Bellame /; Father: William Bellame; No source information is available.
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Text: JOAN BELLAME; Female; Birth: 1538 , , England; Sealing to Spouse: 23 OCT 1999 SLOUI; THOMAS BLAGROVE; Father: WILLIAM BELLAME; Mother: MRS WILLIAM BELLAME; Spouse: THOMAS BLAGROVE; Marriage: 1558 , , England; No source information is available.
1563 Elizabeth Blagrove 1565 John Blagrove 1567 Mary Blagrove 1508 Richard Blagrove 1512 Wrytt 1645 Gustavus Brown 1670 Jane Mitchelson 1690 John Brown 1610 Richard Brown 1575 - 1645 David Brown 70 70 From Mercedes Brown Cattle:
"David Broun of Dalkeith, Scotland, first definitely know member of this family. Copying from p. 148, "Virginia Genealogies" By Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden, pub. 1891.
"David Broun, or Brown, of Dalkeith, Scotland, was probably descended from the ancient house of Broun of Coulston (Colstoun). Nothing is known of this progenitor of the Maryland family beyond the facts stated under Rev. Richard Brown, that he was the father of the latter, and had a niece named Christina, who d. Nov. 24, 1632. He probably lived circa 1575-1645.
"He had a son Richard Broun b. prob. before 1600 because he graduated from University of St. Andrew's 1618. Probably other children.
"I have a copy in Latin and an English translation made in the Historic Records Dept. in Edinburgh, Scotland, of a sasine to an acre of land in Dalkeith, Scotland. This was the deed (sasine) given by David Broun to "my lawful Son, Richard Bround, Minister of Salton." Recorded 28th. March, 1638."
Swedish Princess, Niece of Gustavus Adolphus Vessa?

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1644 George Mitchelson Mercedes Brown Cattle described him on p. 32 as from "House of Middleton."(Meaning?) On p. 35, says "House of Middleton was 12 mi. SE of Edinburgh. The family was possessed of Ludgate, Blackhaugh, etc. before they purchased Middleton. The first charter appears in the general register in favor of this family is a charter under the Great Seal to 'Andreae Mitchelson...dated 11/2/1540." It adds "the immediate ancestor of this family was Robert Michelson, proprietor of lands in the Co. of Selkirk, temp. James V. (1513)."
1648 Isabel Elphinstone James Mitchelson Samuel Mitchelson Esq. of Middleton D. 1613 John Mitchelson Alexander Mitchelson 1513 - 1558 Robert Mitchelson 45 45 1629 - 1669 Gerard Fowke 40 40 1630 - 1704 Ann Thoroughgood 74 74 1661 Adam Fowke 1668 Elizabeth Fowke 1670 Mary Fowke 1598 - 1663 Roger Fowke 65 65 1603 Mary Bailey 1630 Roger Fowke 1630 Anthony Fowke 1630 Edward Fowke 1630 Francis Fowke 1630 Susan Fowke 1630 Judith Fowke 1630 Jane Fowke 1630 Robert Fowke 1630 William Fowke 1630 Dorothy Fowke 1630 Many Fowke 1630 Thomas Fowke 1642 John Fowke 1573 - 1642 John Fowke 69 69 1576 Dorothy Cowper John Fowke Walter Fowke Gerard Fowke 1600 Francis Fowke 1600 Dorothy Fowke 1600 Anthony Fowke 1600 Margaret Fowke 1612 Cresswell Fowke 1638 Cassandra Fowke 1638 Mary Fowke 1527 - 1575 Francis Fowke 48 48 1530 Joan Raynsford John Raynsford 1498 - 1547 John Fowke 49 49 1503 Anne Bradshaw 1525 Roger Fowke 1547 William Fowke 1547 Thomas Fowke 1472 - 1500 Roger Fowke 28 28 1475 Cassandra Humfriestone 1441 - 1483 John Fowke 42 42 1446 - 1483 Agnes Newman 37 37 John Newman 1483 William Fowke 1500 Thomas Fowke 1691 - 1744 Frances Fowke 53 53 1403 - 1438 William Fowke 35 35 of Salop. (?), England, living tempo "Herald's Visitation of Staffordshire" 1403 & 1438
"a man of eminence in Staffordshire" - Burke's Peerage
1407 - 1448 Ann Eyton 41 41 1433 Roger Fowke D. 1403 Richard Fowke 1500 Anne Allen 1370 - 1370 Edward Fowke Juliana Fane Thomas Fane 1370 - 1370 Henry Fowke Mirabella Harrison John Harrison of Yorkshire D. 1334 Richard Fowke Knight Banneret. Arabella Beauchamp 1256 - 1256 John Fowke Knight Banneret. Dorothea Brown John Brown 1247 - 1247 Thomas Fowke Alice de Vere Baldwin de Vere 1199 - 1216 William Fowke 17 17 Knight Banneret Isabella West 1187 - 1187 Henry Fowke 1160 - 1160 Marmeduke Fowke Knight Banneret.

attended 1160 in Toulouse King Henry II 
Mabella Cole 1151 - 1151 Henry Fowke Marianna Berkeley 1100 - 1100 Ralph Cole of Staffordshire 1100 - 1135 John Fowke 35 35 Marabella Harrison John Harrison of Cumberland 1066 - 1066 Thomas Fowke referred to in the "Battle Abbey Rolls" recording the Battle of Hastings  Honora de Carteret Offray de Carteret 1066 - 1066 Theophilus Fowke He accompanied "his distant kinsman" William "the Conqueror" to England, fought at the Battle of Hastings (1066).
Marmeduke Fowke Carlowin Fowke Joshua Fowke Egeret Fowke Isadore Fowke Roland de Fowke David Fowke of Normandy David Fowke of Normandy William Berkeley John West John Beauchamp of Lancashire 1399 - 1500 John Allen 101 101 William Humfristone John Bradshaw Isobel Kinnersley Thomas Kinnersley William Bayley John Cupper Audrey Peto 1604 - 1640 Adam Thoroughgood 36 36 1609 - 1657 Sarah Offley 47 47 1630 Elizabeth Thoroughgood 1635 Adam Thoroughgood 1635 Sarah Thoroughgood 1560 - 1625 William Thoroughgood 65 65 official within the Diocesse of Norwich. He was Commissary of the Bishop of Norwich  1558 - 1609 Ann Edwards 51 51 1594 John Thoroughgood 1588 Thomas Thoroughgood 1591 Edward Thoroughgood 1596 William Thoroughgood 1595 Thomas Thoroughgood 1597 Edmund Thoroughgood 1599 William Thoroughgood 1595 Mordant Thoroughgood 1605 - 1650 Frances Thoroughgood 45 45 Roger Griffith 1530 - 1600 John Thoroughgood 70 70 1534 Ann Luchyn 1558 Thomas Thoroughgood 1560 Laurence Thoroughgood 1508 Thomas Luchyn 1512 1504 - 1560 John Thoroughgood 56 56 1470 Thomas Thoroughgood Nicholas Thoroughgood 1440 John Thoroughgood 1540 Henry Edwards Sources:
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1561 - 1625 Robert Offley 63 63 1570 - 1652 Anne Osborne 81 81 1589 Robert Offley 1590 Anne Offley 1591 Robert Offley 1592 John Offley 1594 Edward Offley 1595 - 1610 Hewett Offley 14 14 1597 Katherine Offley 1599 Robert Offley 1600 Susan Offley 1604 Abigail Offley 1606 Elizabeth Offley 1523 - 1596 Robert Offley 73 73 1524 Brakin Elizabeth Offley Ursula Offley 1477 William Offley 1484 Elizabeth Rogerson William Rogerson Katherine Offley Offley Gyles Jacob Thomas Offley Richard Offley William Offley Hugh Offley 1484 Dorrington Margaret Offley Elizabeth Offley Margery Offley John Offley 1500 Thomas Offley John Offley Margery 1425 Richard Offley 1540 - 1590 Edward Osborne 50 50 1543 - 1585 Anne Hewett 42 42 1500 - 1567 William Hewett 67 67 1510 - 1581 Richard Osborne 71 71 1517 - 1570 Jane Broughton 53 53 Alice Osborne 1567 Hewitt Osborne 1572 Edward Osborne 1578 Jane Osborne 1488 - 1573 Richard Osborne 85 85 1491 Elizabeth Flydene 1491 John Broughton Jane 1670 William Gibbons 1645 John Gibbons 1599 - 1643 William Burdett 44 44 Emigration: 1615 England
in ship "Susan" 
1607 - 1640 Frances Lake 33 33 Alice 1550 Thomas Burdett 1560 - 1639 Frances Saunders 79 79 1510 Robert Burdett 1519 Elizabeth Cokayne 1480 Thomas Burdett 1488 Mary Throckmorton 1450 - 1529 John Burdett 79 79 1460 Anne Harewell 1482 John Burdett 1484 William Burdett 1486 Elizabeth Burdett 1488 Osborn Burdett 1490 Anne Burdett 1420 - 1477 Thomas Burdett 57 57 1430 Margery Rodney 1425 Agnes Waldief 1446 Richard Burdett 1390 - 1440 Nicholas Burdett 50 50 1355 John Burdett 1384 Thomas Burdett 1395 Mary Burdett 1317 Gerard Burdett 1325 Elinora Veal de Lodin 1286 - 1333 Robert Burdett 47 47 1290 Elizabeth de Camville 1312 Isabel Burdett 1314 Elizabeth Burdett 1320 Robert Burdett 1260 - 1333 Robert Burdett 73 73 1265 Elizabeth 1288 Felicia Burdett 1232 Hugo Burdett 1198 William Burdett 1230 Richard Burdett 1234 William Burdett 1236 Robert Burdett 1171 William Burdett 1174 Alice Basset 1196 Richard Burdett 1140 Hugh Burdett 1260 - 1303 Gerard de Camville 43 43 1265 Elizabeth de Seckington 1296 Maud de Camville 1235 Thomas de Camville 1257 Thomas de Camville 1400 John Rodney 1435 William Harewell 1440 Agnes Wogan 1458 John Harewell 1404 Roger Harewell 1405 Agnes Clopton 1375 - 1419 William Clopton 44 44 1380 - 1430 Alice Johanna de Besford 50 50 1420 Jane Clopton 1350 John Clopton 1355 Mary Charlton 1377 Joan Clopton 1320 William Clopton 1325 Anne de la Morehall 1356 William Clopton 1358 Catherine Clopton 1363 Johanna Clopton 1295 John Clopton 1270 - 1326 William Clopton 56 56 1273 Emma Pigot 1245 Richard Clopton 1215 Richard Clopton 1249 Randolph Pigot 1253 Emma de Coltheram 1275 Margaret Pigot 1277 Alice Pigot 1279 Geoffrey Pigot 1220 Randolph Pigot 1251 Margratt Pigot 1330 Roger Charlton 1335 Elizabeth Besyn 1310 - 1361 John Besyn 51 51 1410 Margred Thomas 1370 - 1446 William ap Thomas 76 76 1378 - 1454 Gwladys verch Dafydd 76 76 1412 William Thomas 1339 Thomas ap Thomas 1309 Thomas ap Llywelyn 1320 Eleanor Goch verch Philip 1340 Elen verch Thomas 1342 Margred verch Thomas 1264 Eleanor Plantagenet 1250 - 1302 Henri of Bar 52 52 1283 - 1309 Llywelyn ap Owain 26 26 1284 Eleanor de Bar 1222 - 1297 Theobald de Bar 75 75 1230 - 1317 Jeanne de Touci 87 87 1246 Jeanne de Bar 1252 Marie de Bar 1290 Marie de Bar 1295 Edward de Bar 1200 - 1250 Jean de Touci 50 50 1205 Emme de Laval 1170 - 1219 Itier de Touci 49 49 1175 Elisabeth 1140 Itier de Touci 1140 Agnes de Dampierre 1110 Itier de Touci 1080 Itier de Touci 1050 Itier de touci 1175 Havoise de Craon 1170 Guy de Laval 1201 Isabelle de Laval 1138 Emma Plantagenet 1275 Philip ap Cadivor 1279 Catherine verch Llewelyn 1322 Margaret verch Philip 1250 Cadivor ap Iscoed 1225 Iscoed ap Philip 1205 Angharad verch Llewelyn 1200 Philip ap Ivor 1207 - 1243 Gruffydd ap Llywelyn 36 36 1201 - 1262 Senena verch Caradog 61 61 1228 - 1282 Llewelyn ap Gruffydd 54 54 Llywelyn ap Gruffudd (Y Lliw Olaf: Llywelyn the Last 1246-1282). Welsh custom meant that Llewelyn's kingdom would be divided among all four male heirs. Though Llywelyn the Great had tried desperately to ensure that his kingdoms would pass in entirety to his son Dafydd, it was not to be. Within one month of his accession, Dafydd was forced to surrender much of his father's gains to the new English King, Henry III. His premature death left Gwynedd to be divided between the sons of his brother Gruffudd, including Owain and Llywelyn. The infamous Treat of Woodstock had restricted their lands to Gwynedd, west of the River Conwy held as vassals of King Henry, but Llywelyn was not satisfied. He attempted to regain the lost territories and prestige of his uncle, Llywelyn the Great. Starting by depriving this brothers of authority, he began his campaign by attacking English castles and overrunning many.

Recognized by other Welsh rulers, Llywelyn assumed the title of Prince of Wales in 1258, a date commemorated by all in Wales who detest the idea of the first born son of the English monarch assuming that role as a gift (in 1301, an odious and thoroughly bogus title was bestowed by Edward I to his eleventh child, son of Elinor and born at Caernarfon Castle, Gwynedd in 1284). Troubles with Henry III's barons led him to accede to many of Llywelyn's demands and in 1267, at the Treat of Montgomery, the Welshman (and his heirs) was confirmed as Prince of Wales. The accession of Edward I however, as king of a united England, meant the end of the ambitions of Llywelyn.

Yet again, an English invasion of Wales meant that its rulers were stripped of most of their possessions and The Treaty of Aberconwy restricted Llywelyn from all his territories east of the Conwy. At Climeri, near Builth in mid-Wales in December, 1282, Llywelyn was killed by English soldiers in a skirmish with the English 11 Dec. 1282 during the last Welsh rebellion. The head of the last native-born Welsh princes was sent to London to be mounted as that of a traitor. Yet another ballad by Dafydd Iwan poignantly expresses sorrow at the death of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd.

The royal house of Gwynedd was no more, and with its decease came the virtual end of the ruling families of the Kingdom of Wales.

Source: http://www.britannia.com/wales/fam1.html.
1282 Gwenllian Wenceliana verch Llewelyn 1170 Caradog 1199 Einion ap Caradog 1451 - 1519 Robert Throckmorton 68 68 "Sir Robert Throckmorton, Knight, . . . Knight of Bath . . . ; born 1451, died 8th Aaugust, 1518;
High sheriff of Warwick and Leicester 8 February, 1486;

Sir Robert married (1) Elizabeth Russell, daughter of Thomas Baynham, of Glowerwall in the Forest of
Deane, Gloucestershire, and his wife, Alice, daughter of Thoms Walwyn, and widow of Thomas Russell. . . . Sir Robert, married (2) Catherine, daughter of Sir William Marrow, knight, alderman and lord mayor of the city of London, and his wife, Margaret Rich." (CWT-94) The Rt Hon Sir Robert Throckmorton, K.B., one of the Privy Council of Henry VII. He was remarkable for piety, and undertook a pilgrimage to the Holy Land at an advanced period of life, but d. in the attempt, beyond the seas.
1458 Elizabeth Baynham 1412 - 1472 Thomas Throckmorton 60 60 1484 George Throckmorton 1486 Michael Throckmorton 1487 Richard Throckmorton 1490 Elizabeth Throckmorton 1492 Margaret Throckmorton 1494 Anthony Throckmorton 1496 Ursula Throckmorton 1424 Margaret Olney 1453 Richard Throckmorton 1455 John Throckmorton 1457 William Throckmorton 1459 Goditha Throckmorton 1464 Margaret Throckmorton 1467 Elizabeth Throckmorton 1469 Eleanor Throckmorton 1470 Catherine Throckmorton 1389 Robert Olney 1392 Goditha Judith Bozam 1354 John D'Olney 1363 Margery 1320 John D'Olney 1327 Dionysia Abberbury 1291 - 1337 Richard Abberbury 46 46 1294 Agnes Shareshull 1314 Agnes Abberbury 1316 Elizabeth Abberbury 1268 Richard Abberbury 1235 - 1307 Roger Abberbury 72 72 1263 William Shareshull 1268 - 1357 Dionysia Cokesey 89 89 1300 Catherine Shareshull 1325 Joan Shareshull 1230 Adam de Shareshull 1240 Katherine 1200 Geoffrey de Shareshull 1246 Hugh Cokesey 1273 Hugh Cokesey