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

Bryan Stott

Male 1627 - 1705  (78 years)


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  • Name Bryan Stott 
    Born 1627 
    Gender Male 
    Died 14 Mar 1704/05  Lancaster County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I029797  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 

    Family Female Shipp,   b. Aft 1631,   d. Aft 1658, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 27 years) 
    Married Bef 1658  Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Stott,   b. Bef 1668, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Dec 1747, Lancaster County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 79 years)
     2. Bryan Stott,   b. Bef 1668, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1705, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 39 years)
     3. Mary Stott,   b. Bef 1672, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Sep 1731, Lancaster County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 59 years)
     4. John Stott,   b. Bef 1668, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1704, Lancaster County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 38 years)
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F18050  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Contributed by Douglas Moore

      Brian Stott named his daughter Mary Pullen in his will. Will recorded 14 Mar 1704/05 (Will Bk.8, p.119, in Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills 1653-1800, by Ida J. Lee, p.209).

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      Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
      STOTT, Brian. Rec. 14 Mar. 1704/5.
      Sons: James. Brian and John Stott.
      Gr.son: Nathaniel, son of John Stott.
      Daus: Mary Pullen and Ann Potts.
      Son-in-law: John Potts.
      dau-in-law: Mary Stott.
      Ex. Son John.
      Wits: Jno. Wilcox, Brian Philips, Dan'l Bryan. W.B. 8, p. 119.
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      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
      28th day of May in the 24th year of the reign of Charles II;
      4 September, 1672.
      WRIGHT, THOMAS,
      of Moraticon Creek, Rappahannock County, Planter.
      To wife Mary all and every the goods Chattles Cattle and whatsoever that she had when I married her, to her only use. To William Baldwyn's daughter living with one Isack Stannop on the South Side of Rappa. River the sume of Six hundred pounds of Tobacco to be laid out upon a Cow for hir use and my will is that my sonne in Law Edward Poole shall have the laying out of the Tobacco and that he see the Cow recorded with the increase to hir and hir heirs forever. To Edward Rylyes wives daughter the like Sum of Six hundred pounds of Tob° to bee laid out for a Cow for hir my will being that Thomas Madison have the laying out of the Tobacco and that he see the Cow recorded with the encrease unto hir and hir heirs forever. To my cozen Edward Carter my young mare and her increase and three hundred Acres of land joyning upon Mr Halls land and lying by Colonel Lees path and sold me by Mr Thomas Chetwood in part of satisfaction of 1000 acres which doth appear upon the records of Lancaster County. To sons in law Thomas and Robert Bryant my old mare and 1000 pounds of tobacco apeece. To my sonne-in-law Robert Briant 115 acres of land wch lyes by Moraticon mill being part of 230 acres of land between John Chinn and myself e. To my daughter-in- law's child Elizabeth Pool my old mare's foale which fell this prsent yeare and hir increase but in case the sd Elizabeth Pooll doe decease without issue of hir body then the sd legacy shall return to Thomas and Robert Briant and their heirs for ever. To Brian Stott's children my stone colt which is at prsent above one year old and my will is that Brian Stott their father have the ordering of it as he thinks fitt. My will is that all my legacies which I have given away bee paid the next Cropp after my decease. My wife Mary Wright to be Executrix giving unto her my servants with all the remainder of my goods chattles cattle and household stuff whatsoever and all my debts which are due unto me she paying my legacies aforesaid and my debts I owe. Wit. BRIAN STOTT, aged 45 years or thereabouts,
      ROBERT X BRIAN, aged 22 years or thereabouts
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      LANCASTER COUNTY DEEDS & WILLS 1654-1661; Antient Press; Page 169
      NOW ALL MEN by these p:sents that I SARA SHIPP, Relict of WILLIAM SHIPP, of ye County of LOWER NORFOLK, Admrx. unto my sd Husband deced, do nominate constitute & appoint my well beloved Son in Law, BRYAN stott, living in the River of Rappahannock my true & lawful Attorney for me & in my name & to my only use to ask receive sue & implead all such debts as are due unto me, Ear, of my sd Husband out of ye sd River & haveing arrested & impleaded to compound release out of prison all such p:sons and what else my sd Attorney shall doe or think fit to be done in any of ye p:mises I do by these p:sents ratify & confirme & do hereby declare ye same to be full & as amply done as if I my selfe were or could be p:sonally p:sent In Witnes hereof I have hereunto set my hand this 21st of Nov: 1658
      And in ye p:sence of WILL: SMITH, SARAH SHIPP p Sign
      WILL: SHARMAN
      Record prima Octobr: Anno 1658 p EDWD. DALE, CI Cur
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      1656-1661 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}: pg 71
      At a Cort helde for the Countie of Lancaster Jan: the 26th Ao.1658
      - In a difference dependinge between BRYAN STOTT, the Attourney of SARA SHIPP, Widd., the Relict of WILL SHIP deced., agt. JOHN MEREDITH for 1500 lb of tobaccoe & ca: upon specialtie; it appeareinge to this Cort: by the Oathes of the sd. MEREDITH taken in Cort: that the sd: MEREDITH built a Boate for the sd. WILL: SHIP deced., of 15 foote p keele since he enterred into the sd. Bill: for wch: Boate he never received satisfaccon there being due to the sd MEREDITH for the sd: Boate, 1100 lb, of tobaccoe & ca.. further order is granted agt. the sd. MEREDITH for 400 lb. of tobaccoe & ca: wth. costs to bee pd• to the sd• STOTT
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      1699-1701 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}; pg 107
      Lancaster County Court 13th of March 1699/1700
      - STEPHEN TOMLIN, Plaintiff, brought suit against JOHN MATHEWS, Deft., for yt ye Deft. by force and armes &c. and contrary to ye peace &c., upon ye land being ye freehold of ye Plaintiffe did enter and divers trespasses thereon did committ to his great damage; whereupon he by RICHARD HANIE, his Attourney, sheweth that he hath a good right and title of in and to four hundred eighty acres of land scituate lying and being on ye North side of ye RAPPAHANOCK RIVER in ye Parish of White Chappel in this County bounding on ye lands of WILLIAM THOMAS, BRYON STOTT, THOMAS CHITTWOOD and ye land formerly of Parson GRIMES which land was granted by Pattents dated ye 1st of November 1664 to GEORGE VEZEY by NATHANIEL BROWN being since deceased, ye right of ye land is more fully vested in him said STEPHEN and of the same he was lawfully possessed of his demense as in fee simple notwithstanding all which he, JOHN MATHEWS, on ye 20th die August last into and upon ye land by force and armes did enter and timber trees and other trees on ye land growing hath unlawfully cut down and destroyed, ye ground doth break up and divers other trespasses enormities and devastations on ye land he doth daylie doe and committ and by force and armes ye Plaintiff from ye possession of ye land doth keep contrary to ye publick peace &c. and to ye Plaintiff damage two thousand pounds of tobacco and calque, &c. whereupon ye Plt. prays yt ye Deft. may by Order of this Court be ejected expelled and moved and him, ye Plt., be put in quiett possession;
      And ye Deft. by JOHN RANKIN, his Attourney, for Plea saith that he is Not Guilty in manner and form as is by ye Plt. sett forth in his Declaration and puts himselfe upon ye Country for tryall and ye Plt. allsoe; whereupon they, the Plt. and Deft. moveing for a Jury to survey ye land in question it is ordered yt ye Sheriffe of this County or his Deputy do summon or cause to be summoned an able Jury of Freeholders of ye vicinage to see ye same surveyed by Mr. EDWIN THACKER, Surveyor, who by ye Plt. and Deft. is elected and chosen to survey ye same on Fryday ye 5th day of Aprill and do make report of their proceedings therein att ye next Court under their hands and seales

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