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

Patrick Spence

Male 1634 - 1685  (51 years)


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  • Name Patrick Spence 
    Born 1634  Dysart, Fifeshire, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1685  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I023737  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2019 

    Father John Spence,   b. Mar 1612/13, Dysart, Fife, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1662, Durham, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years) 
    Mother Helen Morris,   b. 1618,   d. 5 Apr 1639, Dysart, Fife, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 21 years) 
    Family ID F14513  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Dorcas Youell,   b. 1635,   d. 24 Nov 1708, Westmoreland County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Married 1655  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Alexander Spence,   b. 1656, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Aug 1704, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years)
     2. Patrick Spence,   b. 1658, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 30 May 1695, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 37 years)
     3. Elizabeth Spence,   b. Abt 1660, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 25 Oct 1708, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years)
     4. Thomas Spence,   b. Abt 1660, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1696, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 37 years)
     5. Eleanor Spence,   b. 1664, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1708, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 44 years)
     6. John Spence,   b. Abt 1665, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1696 and 1702, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 31 years)
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2019 
    Family ID F14491  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Patrick Spence Sr. [Parents] was born in 1633 in Dysart, Fifeshire, Scotland. He died in 1694 in Westmorland Cty VA.. He married Dorcas Youell in 1655 in Westmorland Cty Va..

      [Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds + Wills 1, pp.61-62] . 20 Feb. 1657 [1658]. Patrick Spence wit. for Rich. Sturman Westmoreland County, Virginia Records, 1658-1661 by John Frederick Dorman Page 119a. 28 Oct. 1658.

      David Norry doe constitute Patrick Spence my well beloved friend to doe for me as if I was in person there myself. Signed by David (X) Norry 20 Nov. 1658. Recorded. Page. 120.

      Patrick Spence doe give for his marke of cattle and hoggs in the right eare the swallow fork and the left eare underkeeled. 1 Dec. 1658. Recorded. Page 129. 20 [April] 1659.

      Robert Richards doe ordaine my well beloved friend Patrick Spence my attorney to doe for mee as if I were there. Signed by: Robert (R) Richards. Wit: Thomas Moulton, William (X) Court. [11] May 1659. Recorded. Page 129. 21 April 1659.

      Patrick Spence wit. for Phillip Silvester Westmoreland County, Virginia Records, 1661-1664 by John Frederick Dorman pages 100-101. 21 Oct. 1659. Patrick Spence of Westmoreland County, planter, to John and Christopher Butler. For 6000 pounds of tobacco to be paid 3000 pounds in 1660 and 3000 in 1661. 250 acres upon Potomack River being one moiety of that plantation whereon I lately lived and whereon David Norry now liveth and formerly granted by pattent unto John Walton. Signed by Patrick Spence. Wit: John Ryves, Vincent Young. 21 Oct 1659. Acknowledged.

      Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc. 1665-1677 Part One - by John Frederick Dorman Pages 47a-48a [45a-46a]. Mr. Wallter Brodhurst. Inventory. 17 April 1661. Debts received from Patrick Spence and David Norry, Mrs. Rebecka Brent, Willm. Overed, Willm. Churme, David Anderson Page 1A[56A] [Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds + Wills 1, pp.156-57]. 11 Dec 1661. Articles of agreement betweene David Norry and Patrick Spence: There is a parcell of land containing 750 acres graunted unto David Norry and Patrick Spence by pattent. The dividing line . . . on the west side of a swamp nigh to the landing of David Norry . . . into the maine woods . . . unto a parcell of land of 100 acres being part of the 750 acres. . . David Norry being to enjoy as his share all that parte that lyeth on the west side excepting any parcell of the 100 acres which is to bee held by Pattrick Spence. Signed by David Norry, Patrick Spence. Wit: Willm. Horton, Abraham Jenman. 11 Dec. 1661. Recorded. Page 269. Articles of agreement between Dorry [sic] and Patrick Spence. There is a parcel of land containing 750 acres granted to David Norry and Patrick Spence by pattent. The dividing line:... west side of swamp nigh to the land of David Norry ...unto 100 acrees part of said 750 acres. David Norry to enjoy all on the west side of the dividing line excepting any parcel of the 100 acres which is to be held by Patrick Spence with all of the east side. Signed by David Norry and Patrick Spence. Wit: William Horton, Abraham Jenman. 6 Sept 1665. Recorded. Pages 293-94. 7 March 1665 [1666]. Thomas Dyas to David Norry. For 3700 pounds of tobacco. 400 acres, part of 1200 acres granted to Thomas Dyas 15 April 1664 ... northeastward side of a great swamp or run falling into the head of great Rappahannock creeke. Signed by Thomas Dyas. Wit: Patrick Spence, Thomas Smith. 8 March 1665 [1666]. Acknowledged by Thomas Dyas.

      Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc. 1665-1677 Part Three - by John Frederick Dorman Page 304. 4 May 1666. Thomas Dyas of Westmoreland County to Patrick Spence of same. For a valuable consideration. 400 acres upon the swamp and run which falleth into great Rappahannock Creeke, being that part of 1200 acres which his dwelling house stands on. Signed by: Thomas Dyas. Wit: John Vaughan, Thomas Wright. 5 Sept 1666. Acknowledged by Thomas Dyas. Page 40a [Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds + Wills 1, pp.347-48]. 7 Apr 1669. John Whiston of Nomeny in Westmoreland County to Lieut. Coll. John Washington of Appamatox in said county. For a valuable consideration. 400 acres ... in the forest opposite to the land of Mr. William Laine part of 1200 acres in possession of David Norry and Patrick Spence. Signed by John Whiston. Wit: William Wootton, John Lord. Page 44. 29 Oct 1668. Patrick Spence, wit. for John Whetstoane and Joane Joanes, Anthony Bridges and Thomas Long. Pages 89-89a [Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds + Wills 1, pp. 394-95]. 2 Feb 1660 [sic; 1669/70]. Articles of agreement between Patrick Spence, William Bishopp and William Moxley. There is 1050 acres granted unto John Wheston, Patrick Spence and Thomas Dyas, the land being by conveyance from Whiston to William Bishopp and Mary Lansdon as also Dyas unto John Quigley and Quigley to Moxley. For the prevention of future trouble it is agreed by Spence and Bishopp, for himselfe and his daughter in law Mary Lansdon,and Moxley that the dividing line shall begin ... at the side of a deep runn ... east side of the great runn ... line of 1200 acres surveyed by Thomas Dyas, now in the possession of Spence ... Patrick Spence to injoy as his share all that lyeth within the said bounds. ... side of a small branch ... crossing the path ... to the great runn ... William Bishop and Mary Langsdown to injoy that part. ... to the deep run ... William Moxley to injoy that part. Signed by Patrick Spence, William Bishopp, William (X) Moxley. Wit: James (X) Hawley, Samll. Bonam. 2 Feb 1669 [1670]. Recorded.

      Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds, Patents, Etc. 1665-1677 Part Four - by John Frederick Dorman Page 104. 6 June 1670. Mr. John Frodesham oblidge me to deliver unto Patrick Spence one black stone horse by the last of October next, being sold by Mr. Fathergone Dinely as by bill of sale. Signed by: John Frodesham 3 Jan 1672 [1673]. Bond of Josiah Evans to John Foxhall. ... interest in 700 acres lying by Mr. Patrick Spence and Mr. Jno. Whetstones and Coll. Speake's on the south side of Patomeck River uppon Coniwoman Creeke, and betweene me and Richard Walker, this obligation to be voyd. Signed by Josiah Evans. Page 173. 9 June 1673. Wm. Hardwich of Westmoreland County appoint my loving friend Mr. Patrick Spence of same my attorney in all my business. Signed by Wm. Hardwich 14 Feb 1673/4. These are to certify that Mr. Patrick Spence entered with me in the list of tithables ten persons 3 whereof belonged to the forrest. Signed by Jno: Lord. Page 179a. Mr. Patrick Spence deposition, 40 years or thereabouts: Being in Maryland in Chew's [?] Bay in the County of St. Maries in 1669 I did see Robt. Drewry of the same county signe a bill of 1468 pounds of tobacco to David Norrey which bill I did write and am a witnesse to the bill. Signed by Patrick Spence. 29 Apr [1674]. Sworn in Court by Patrick Spence. (NOTE: VERIFIES DOB) Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book 1675/6-1688/9 Part One 1675/6-1679 by John Frederick Dorman 20 Aug 1677 - Patricke Spence - witness for government re laws

      Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds + Wills No. 2 1691-1699 by John Frederick Dorman 25 Aug 1677 Patrick Spence on Jury p.326a. 27 Aug 1677. Patrick Spence on Jury 24 9ber [Nov] 1677. Public Levy includes to: Patrick Spence 72 lb. baccon at 3 1.per; Wm. Spence Page 356a. It doth appear to me by the examination of Nath. Wood, servant to Mr. Patrick Spence, that he hath absented himselfe from his master's service by runing away forty eight dayes and his master hath bin at charge of 100 pounds of tobacco the time being in August and September. Signed by John Lord. Jury adjudge that Nath. Wood doe duble his time that he run away from his master and pay 500 pounds of tobacco damadge. 21 Nov 1671. Recorded.

      Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds + Wills No. 3 1701-1707 by John Frederick Dorman Page 42 [Date?] prob. Mar or Apr 1675. Patrick Spence on Jury of Ashton/Green Page 47 [12 Jan 1675/6] Pa: Spence vs Ed: Washington. Judgment confessed for 495 pounds of tobacco Page 49 [13 Jan 1675/6] Pa: Spence vs Edwd. [?] Marlow. Page 65 [13 Apr 1676] Wm. Spence, Appraiser for Tho: Hindmasse Page 71 [14 June 1677] Pa: Spence on jury Den: White vs Jno: Griffen Page 73 [14 June 1677] Pa: Spence vs Jno: Foxhall. Referred to the next Court. Page 80 [25 July 1677] Nath: Woodfeild, servant to Mr. Pa: Spence, doth acknowledge to serve his master for his losse of time and damadge for his running away one yeare after his time by indenture, custome or judgment is expired. Mr. Pa: Spence doth assume in Court that if Woodfeild runs away noe more to forgive him the yeare service above mentioned. Page 96 [25 Nov 1677] The cause depending between Mr. Pa: Spence and Nath. Wood is referred to a jury. Page 97 [25 Nov 1677] We find that Nath: Wood double his time that he runaway from his master Pa. Spence and pay 500 pounds of tobacco damadge. Judgment is granted on the verdict of the jury and it is the judgment of this Court that Nath: Wood serve his master Pa. Spence [blank] for running away [blank] and that he pay 500 pounds of tobacco damadge.

      Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds + Wills No. 3 (1701-07) by John Frederick Dorman Sept. 1712. Patrick Spence, late of Westmoreland County, did by his last will and testament declare that his man slave commonly called Mulatto Tom immediately after his decease should be free. There hath some difference arisen between Richard Neale and Matthew Mason and I, George Eskridge, concerning the estate which was by mutuall consent left to the award and finall determination of the Honorable Robert Carter, Esqr., who by his award in writeing declared that Mulatto Tom shall be free from all future slavery and that forever hereafter he should [be] adjusted to be a free man. I, George Eskridge, one of the executors of the will, have manumitted and made free Thomas Chiverill, being the same person called Mutatto Tom. Signed by G. Eskridge. Wit: DA McCarty, Tho. Bonam, Wm. Read, [ ], John Conway. 28 Jan 1712/3. Acknowledged by George Eskridge, Gent.

      William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 3. (Jan., 1907), pp. 50-53. says Patrick died in 1685 spouse: Youell, Dorcas (1635 - 1708) - m. 1655 in VA ----------child: Spence, Elizabeth (? - >1693) ----------child: Spence, John ----------child: Spence, Alexander (1656 - 1704) ----------child: Spence, Patrick (1658 - 1701) ----------child: Spence, Ellenor (1664 - <1707) ----------child: Spence, Thomas ----------child: Spence, Jane Notes for UNNAMED (Spouse 1)

      Dorcas Spence Jordan's will, probated 11-24-1708 Westmoreland Co Va included: Two negros to grandson, Patrick, son of Alexander Spence, Gentleman, deceased; Jordan Weedon and his sister, Mary now wife to son of Bunch Rose; Dorcas Stanford, daughter of my eldest daughter, Elizabeth Sturman, duaghter Jane Spence, one negro; Ellenore Munroe; friends John Sturman, John Higgins and Luarence Pope, exrs; Anne Sturman, Jr, Grandson, Patrick, son of Patrick Spence; son-in-law , John Sturman, one pair silk stocking and Spanish leather shores. Pages 94-95.

      27 May 1702. Dorcas Jordan humbly sheweth that forasmuch as she is very ancient and sickly and beig willing to enjoy peace and quietness in her old age do acquaint your Worships that she by the last will and testament of Mr. John Jordan being an executrix and obliged to pay a legacy of £25 sterling which was bequeathed unto her deceased son John Spence and not paid unto him in his life time nor since to his administrators by reason that no demand is made for it and chiefly by reason that Mr. Lawrence Pope and Jemima his wife, relict and administratrix to her said son, is considerably indebted to your petitioner, and because she can discount the legacy that way they will let the whole matter lie dormant which seems much an intent of fraud against your petitioner which will undoubtedly happen if some course be not taken as by this petition is required or otherwise that your petitioner must be litigious at law to right herself, which she [is] very unwilling to do in hopes that in long run that matters may be rightly concerted in a more peacable manner, do therefore humbly pray she may be admitted to swear to the truth of her account against Pope and Jemima his wife. Pages 94-95. (Cont.) Account against Mr. Lawrence Pope. 27 May 1702. Includes charges for her son John Spence's funeral, two years crops of two Negroes unjustly obtained by Pope and Jemima, among other items, totaling £83.13.06. Signed by Dorcas (x) Jordan. 27 May1702. Alexr. Spence Gent. and Mrs. Dorcas Jordan sworn to the account.
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      James Hughes 2006-01-15 12:27:48
      Note for: William Cockrill,

      Westmoreland County, Virginia by James Colvert Bailey Nicklin
      Will Oct 28, 1681 The last will and testament of William Butler was probated by his wife Jane, his widow by the oath of the witnesses: Charles PORTER, William COCKERILL, and Gilbert HUBBARD. Patrick SPENCE and Gilbert HUBBARD became her securities. Thomas Territt (sic) and Original BROWN laid out the children's proportions (p225) 25 Mar 1685.
      Dorcas Youell was born in 1635 in Westmorland Cty Va.. She died on 24 Nov 1708 in Westmorland Cty Va.. She married Patrick Spence Sr. in 1655 in Westmorland Cty Va..

      Dorcas Spence Jordan's will, probated 11-24-1708 Westmoreland Co Va included: Two negros to grandson, Patrick, son of Alexander Spence, Gentleman, deceased; Jordan Weedon and his sister, Mary now wife to son of Bunch Rose; Dorcas Stanford, daughter of my eldest daughter, Elizabeth Sturman, duaghter Jane Spence, one negro; Ellenore Munroe; friends John Sturman, John Higgins and Luarence Pope, exrs; Anne Sturman, Jr, Grandson, Patrick, son of Patrick Spence; son-in-law , John Sturman, one pair silk stocking and Spanish leather shores. 11Pages 94-95. 27 May 1702. Dorcas Jordan humbly sheweth that forasmuch as she is very ancient and sickly and beig willing to enjoy peace and quietness in her old age do acquaint your Worships that she by the last will and testament of Mr. John Jordan being an executrix and obliged to pay a legacy of £25 sterling which was bequeathed unto her deceased son John Spence and not paid unto him in his life time nor since to his administrators by reason that no demand is made for it and chiefly by reason that Mr. Lawrence Pope and Jemima his wife, relict and administratrix to her said son, is considerably indebted to your petitioner, and because she can discount the legacy that way they will let the whole matter lie dormant which seems much an intent of fraud against your petitioner which will undoubtedly happen if some course be not taken as by this petition is required or otherwise that your petitioner must be litigious at law to right herself, which she [is] very unwilling to do in hopes that in long run that matters may be rightly concerted in a more peacable manner, do therefore humbly pray she may be admitted to swear to the truth of her account against Pope and Jemima his wife. 11Pages 94-95. (Cont.) Account against Mr. Lawrence Pope. 27 May 1702. Includes charges for her son John Spence’s funeral, two years crops of two Negroes unjustly obtained by Pope and Jemima, among other items, totaling £83.13.06. Signed by Dorcas (x) Jordan. 27 May1702. Alexr. Spence Gent. and Mrs. Dorcas Jordan sworn to the account.

      They had the following children:

      F i Elizabeth Spence
      M ii Patrick Spence Jr.
      M iii John Spence
      M iv Thomas Spence was born about 1660 in Westmorland Cty Va..
      F v Elinor Spence
      F vi Jane Spence
      M vii Alexander Spence was born about 1667 in Westmorland Cty Va.. He died before 25 Oct 1708 in Westmorland Cty Va..

      According to will of Dorcas Jordan Spence
      Alexander was deceased at time of her will which was 25 Oct 1708.
      Will of Alex; gent. of Yocomico; 2 May 1704
      Proved 30 Aug 1704 son Patrick; daughter Mary, Dorcas, Eliz Spence. To my wife
      I bequeath nothing but her wearing apparel.
      Friends Wm Allerton and Geo Eskridge. exors.

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      Sources of Information:
      George Mason Including One Line of Descent and Related Lines by Martha Stuart Helligso
      Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia, by Augusta B. Fothergill FHL# 975.524
      Genealogies of Virginia Families by John Frederick Dorman FHL# 975.3 D2gvw
      Marriages of Some Virginia Families 1607-1800 by Dorothy Ford Wulfeck FHL# 975.5 V2w
      Virginia Colonial Abstracts Volume XIX Northumbria Collection 1645-1720
      Westmoreland County, Virginia, Order Books 1698-1705 by John Frederick Dorman FHL# 975.524 P2d
      Westmoreland County, Virginia, Wills Volume 1 edited by William Armstrong Crozier FHL# 975.524 P2c
      Early Spencers of Virginia by Henry W. Rigby FHL# 929.273 Sp33r
      Westmoreland County, Virginia, Order Book 1698-1705 by John Frederick Dorman FHL# 975.524 P2d
      Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds and Wills 1712-1716 (page 103) FHL# 975.524 P28do

      13 May 1716. Matthew Mason, Gentleman, one of the coheirs of Alexander Spence, late of Westmoreland County, of St. Marie's (sic) County, Maryland to Robert Sanford of Cople Parish, Westmoreland County. For 4350 pounds of tobacco. The half of my third part of 286 acres Alexander Spence died seized of land in Cople Parish in the forest of Nominy on the brances of Rappahanock Creek, part of a patent granted to John Whitstone, Patrick Spence and Thomas Dyos which by late survey made by Thomas Thompson is found to contain 286 acres. The third part thereof doth belong to Matthew Mason. Signed M. Mason. Wit: Augtn. Higgins, Abraham Ethell, Thomas Spence. 30 May 1716. Acknowledged Matthew Mason."

      "30 May 1716. Mathew Mason, Gentleman, one of the coheirs by intermarriage with one of the daughters of Alexander Spence, late of this county, of St. Marie's (sic) County in Maryland to William Perry of Cople Parish, Westmoreland Count. For 4350 pounds of tobacco. The half of my third part of the 286 acres, Alexander Spence died seized of land in Cople Parish and forrest of Nominy on the brances of Rappanhanock Creek, part of a patent granted to John Whitson, Patrick Spence and Thomas Dyos, which by a late survey by Thomas
      Thompson is found to contain 286 acres. One-third part thereof doth belong to Mathew Mason. Signed Mathew Mason. Witness: William Seale, Richard Kenner, Augustine Higgins. 30 May 1716 acknowledged by Matthew Mason. 30 May 1716.

      Bond of Matthew Mason of Saint Marie's (sic) County, Maryland, unto William Perry of Westmoreland County, for $50.00. To keep the agreements in the deed. Signed M. Mason. Witnessed by William Seale, Richard Kenner, Augtn. Higgins.
      30 May 1716 Acknowledged by Matthew Mason."
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      James Hughes 2005-09-03 20:58:45
      Virginia Chronology

      There is 1050 acres granted unto John Wheston (Whetstone) (on NOMENY Cr.), Patrick Spence and Thomas Dyas, the land being by conveyance from Whiston to William Bishopp and Mary Lansdon as also Dyas unto John Quigley and Quigley to Moxley. For the prevention of future trouble it is agreed by Spence and Bishopp, for himselfe and his daughter in law Mary Lansdon,and Moxley that the dividing line shall begin ... at the side of a deep runn ... east side of the great runn ... line of 1200 acres surveyed by Thomas Dyas, now in the possession of Spence ... Patrick Spence to injoy as his share all that lyeth within the said bounds. ... side of a small branch ... crossing the path ... to the great runn ... William Bishop and Mary Langsdown to injoy that part. ... to the deep run ... William Moxley to injoy that part. Signed by Patrick Spence, William Bishopp, William (X) Moxley. Wit: JAMES (X) HAWLEY (note he is illiterate), Samll. Bonam. 2 Feb 1669 [1670]. Recorded.
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

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      Note:
      p.65. P of A. 4 Oct 1656. Anne Youll widow to Mr John Hallowes to appear in next Court for her. Signed Anne Youll
      Wit:
      Augustine Hull
      Patrick Spence
      Rec 20 Oct 1656

      Source:
      Fleet, Beverley,
      Westmoreland County, 1653-1657
      Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 104 pgs
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      Note:
      Vol III, page 744-45-46. John Sturman later crossed into Virginia where he married Elizabeth, daughter of Patrick and Dorcas Spence, the sister of Eleanor Spence, who married Andrew the 2nd, son of Andrew1, the immigrant. Patrick Spence the second married Penelope, daughter of Thomas Yowell. Andrew and Elizabeth Monroe had issue the following 6 children: - 1 Mary2, who was buried in Westmoreland county 15 Jan 1661. 2 George. 3 Elizabeth2, married Bunce Roe (or Wroe). 4 Susannah, who married George Weedon. He died in Westmoreland county 1704 leaving a will under that date in which he mentions his wife and two children - 1. Jordon3 Weedon. He married Martha Sturman, daughter of William Sturman (who died 1732) and his wife Sarah Elliott,
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      URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=55&last=&g_p=P6&col lection=LO Patent
      Title Dyar, Thomas.
      Publication 17 April 1667.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
      Note Location: Westmoreland County.
      Grantee(s): Whetstone, John; Dyar, Thomas and Spenson, Patrick.
      Description: 1050 acres.
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      CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 16
      MR. JNO. WHETSTONE. THOMAS DYAS & PATRIACK SPENCER. 1050 acs. W'moreland Co., in the freshes betwixt Potomack & Rappa. Rivs., 15 Apr.
      1667, p. 55. Upon S. E. side of the maine run of Gr. Rappa. Cr., beg. nere another tract of sd. Dyas, &c. to small hr. & horse path &c. Trans. of 21 pers: Richard Corbin, Wm. Safe, Edmd. Sippins, Rich. Hopkins, Henry Miller, lames Greene. Marma. Dennis, Wm. Browne, Tho. Storke, Richard Holland, Peter Spicer, Edw. Lanaster, Meane Broddreck (or Brodduck), Tho. Broadhurst, Hoell Windoe, Wm. Berry, Jno. Farrell, Mary Baker. Jane Baker. Antho. Holburd, Eliz. Smith

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