Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Anne Addison

Female Abt 1628 - Aft 1681  (~ 54 years)

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  • Name Anne Addison 
    Born Abt 1628  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft 1681  Henrico County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I024475  Tree1
    Last Modified 23 Jun 2018 

    Family Timothy Marshall,   b. Bef 1624,   d. Aft 1681, Henrico County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 59 years) 
    Married 6 Jan 1644/45  Saint Benet Pauls Wharf, London, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • James Hughes 2005-08-28 15:07:40
      International Genealogical Index - British Isles


      Spouse: Anne ADDISON
      Marriage: 06 JAN 1645 Saint Benet Pauls Wharf, London, London, England

      Source Information:
      Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

      M001361 1619 - 1668 0845242 Film 6903497 Film

      M001361 1680 - 1730 0845242 Film NONE

      M001361 1731 - 1837 0547508 Film NONE

      M001361 1837 - 1879 0574439 Film NONE

      Sheet: 00
    Last Modified 23 Jun 2018 
    Family ID F15080  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • James Hughes 2005-07-29 10:54:59
      The Childers ~ Childress Family Association

      15 MAY 1681

      IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN. May the 15th 1681 I GRIFFIN EVANS of
      Henrico County in Virginia & being sicke & weake in body but of sound & perfect
      memory blessed be almighty God therefore I do make ordain confide & appointe this to be my last will& testament in manner & form following, first I principally comitt my death & passion of my blessed Savior Jesus Chirst to obtain remission for all my sins & to inherit eternal life, & as for that worldy share it hath pleased God to blesse me with I give & bequeath as followeth Item I give & bequeath unto MARY CHILDRES the daughter of PHILEMON CHILDRES my whole share of hoggs I have at the mill being in all twenty marked with a swallow forke on the right ear except one barrow of the best of the said flock which I give to my loving friend JNO ANST, and in case the said MARY dyes, the said hoggs or what if them shall be fleft are freely to be at her on dispose.
      Item I give and bequeath unto the above MARY CHILDRES one cow & a calf by
      her side being marked with JN o- - bifolird marke & one grey mare---pt on one ear and slitt on the other and a mutt colored mare about threee years old (One iron pott and skillett and deep Dish in MR.PLEASANTS hands)
      Item I give & bequeath unto my loving friend JN.o ANST a young mare philley that runs with my grey mare with a flarre in her forehead the said mare & her increase to be enjoyed by the said JN.o ANST or his heirs or assigns forever.
      Item I give & bequeath unto ANNE ANST Daughter to the said JN.o ANST to see
      GILES PARKER be payd the plaine shoes I owe him in the hands of MR TH.o
      PARKER who owes me a paire and likewise I do hereby declare that JOSEPH
      BONKOHEAD is indebted to me a pair plaine shoes which I give to the said
      JN.o ANST.Item My will & pleasure is that the three hundred & fifteen pounds of tobo: due to me from JN.o BAXTER borrowed & disposed of to the only use & benefit of TEMPERANCE COOKE likewise five shillings florin: owing to me from the said BAXTER, I present & give to my worthy friend MR.TH.o COOKE.
      Item I give unto JN.o ANST three shillings in pence florin: which JOSEPH HARWOOD owes me & one pair of plaine shoes that WM COOKE owes I
      give unto MR.TH.o COOK'S mylatto JANKS.
      Item I give unto my worthy friend TH.o COOKE forty pounds of Tobo in the hands of WM COOKE being the valuation of a shoat of mine killed.
      Item I give unto PHOLOMON CHILDRES sonne of PHILOMON CHILDRES aforesaid my gunne at MR. TH.o COOKE'S house likewise I do XX here-
      by give unto PHILEMON CHILDRES & son O my new broad cloth coate &
      new Dimitty Wastecoate & foure yards of Dimitty only ---- requiring him to pay the
      Taylors work (WM HUTTO) I alsoe for the dimitty that made the wastecoate, alsoe I bequeath to the said MARY CHILDRES, my chest & all therein (except
      the Southoe -----afore=bequeath, & one broad cloth winde coate with silke buttons
      which I give to JN.oANST aforesaid.
      Item I give unto PHILOMON CHILDRES son----my grey coate lined with cotton
      likewise I do give unto my worthy friend MR. TH.o COOKE what shall appeare
      to be owing to me for my wages.
      Item I give unto MARY CHILDRES aforesaid my saddle & bridle in Witness whereof I have set my hand & seale the day & yeare aforesaid.
      Signed,Sealed & Witnessed in his sealed the Presence of us GRIFFIN with TIMO MARSHALL marke ( a date in latin could
      HUGH DAVIS read only 1681)
      Those two heiffers given by ANNE MARSHALL to her two grandchildren----&
      SARAH ANST with all the ---- ----- & left in the hands of JN.o ANST for
      their use and she doth desire they may be too recorded and named NANNY
      CLARKE----- next on ye left --- --- --- --- --- ---.
      Exibited in this Court by --- ANNE MARSHALL & at her request it is ordered to be
      recorded. ROBERT H. DAVIS C.C.
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://childers-childress.com/willspart1.html
      URL title: The Childers ~ Childress Family Association
      Colonial Wills Of
      PART ONE

      (With Miscellaneous Documents Beginning in 1654)
      Just showing Childers. Childress, Childres, Childrey, Childus

      Abstracted & Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III

      p. 173 Will of Griffin Evans Dated May 15,1681

      To Mary Childres, daughter of Philemon Childres, 20 hogs, except 1 barrow I give to loving friend John Aust

      Also I give to said Mary other livestock and items

      To loving friend John Aust, livestock
      To Anne Aust, daughter of John Aust, livestock

      Joseph Berekhead is indebted to me 1 pr. plain shoes; give these to John Aust

      To Temperance Cocke, 315 lbs. tobacco due me from John Baxter
      To Mr. Thomas Cocke, 5 shillings due me from John Baxter
      To John Aust, 3 shillings, 6 pence Joseph Harwood owes me
      To Mr. Thomas Cocke's servant Jacke, I give a pr. of plain shoes William Cocke owes me
      To worthy friend Mr. Thomas Cocke, 40 lbs. tobacco ir hands of William Cocke
      To Philemon Childres, son of Philemon Childres, a gunn, and suk and cloth
      To Mary Childres, my chest and all therein
      To Mr. Thomas Cocke, what shall appear to be cominf to me for my wages.
      To Mary Childres, my saddle and bridle

      Wit: Anne Marshall, Hugh Davis

      Probated 1 Aug. 1681