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

Going Lanphier

Male 1727 - 1813  (~ 86 years)

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  • Name Going Lanphier 
    Born Feb 1726/27  County Tipperary, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Sep 1813  Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I107154  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 

    Father Thomas Lanphier,   b. 1699, Carrigeen, County Tipperary, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Mar 1747/48, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 49 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Going,   b. 1704, County Tipperary, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1767, Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 63 years) 
    Married Abt 1720  Lisvernane, County Tipperary, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F42469  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Elizabeth Wilkerson,   b. 1742, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Dec 1828, Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years) 
    Married Abt 1758  Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F42474  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rlj63650&id=I3450
      Thomas Lamphire' 36.126 CH 37.2.7 Mar 23 1747 Jun 6 1748
      (also Thomas Lampher)
      Appraisers: William Neale, Roger Smith.
      Creditors: Ralph Falkner, Collin Mitchell,
      Next of kin: Elisabeth Lanpiere, Going Lamphier.
      Administrator: John Musket. {sic Muschett}
      Fairfax Co. Va Wills Liber C, page 35

      Will of JOHN PATTERSON. I JOHN PATTERSON of ye Town of Alexandria, Joiner, being in perfect health .. give to SUSANNA my Dearly beloved wife full power to possess every thing I am Possed of .. espescially two Lotts of land in Town of Alexandria numbered Fifty one & Fifty two .. while she remains a widow & to provide a suitable gente Education
      & Living for my three beloved children, WILLIAM, THOMAS & BETTY .. but in case ye sd SUSANNA my wife alters her state by matrimony (or any other Method not to ye advantage of my afsd children) to have no other part of my Estate but what the law allows (her thirds) .. I constitute SUSANNA, my wife, sole Executrix and after her death my two afsd lots of land to be sold and divided with ye other part of my Estate between my three children .. give my wife full power to purchase (in case I do not purchase before I go to Europe) a negro girl for my daughter, Betty .. this 6th day October 1765.
      Presence: James Connell, Jno. Patterson
      Richard Lake, Going Lamphier
      At a court held .. August 15th 1768 .. will presented by SUSANNA PATTERSON .. proved by witnesses and is admitted to record .. certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
      Fairfax Co. Va Wills Liber C, page 68-70

      Will of VENUS LAMPHIER. I VENUS LAMPHIER of Prince George County Maryland .. give unto my neice, BETTY PATTERSON, 100 pounds Irish currency out of the sum of 400 pounds same currency due me in Ireland
      .. I give to my said Niece, BETTY, and my nephews, WILLIAM & THOMAS PATTERSON, one equal third share a piece of the remainder .. if my Executrix shall receive less than the 400 pounds Irish currency due me .. my neice, BETTY, shall have 100 pounds same currency & the residue equally divided .. if my Executrix shall receive more than the 100 pounds, my niece, BETTY, shall receive 100 pounds and the remainder equally divided .. if either of the said children, BETTY, WILLIAM & THOMAS PATTERSON, shall die without heirs, that my sister, SUSANAH PATTERSON, shall have the whole. I give unto my brother, GOING LAMPHIER, five shillings Irish currency. I appoint my sister, SUSANA PATTERSON, my sold Executrix .. this 14th day February 1769.
      Declared by said VENUS LAMPHIER as
      her last will .. in presence of Venus Lamphier
      James Kirk, John Rister, Mary x Rister, Richard x Neele
      At a court held .. 24th November 1769 .. will presented by SUSANA PATTERSON, Executrix .. admitted to record .. Certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
      Fairfax Co Va Deed Book D, page 197-200
      Indenture 15th/16th September 1755 between JOHN WEST of Fairfax County, Gent., and MARY, his wife, and GOING LAMPHEIR, Joiner, of same 200 .. deeds of lease and release .. for sum of Ten pounds Fifteen shillings current money of Virginia .. sold half acre of land in town of Alexandria numbered Seventy three .. on Fairfax street and Dukes street ..
      No witnesses shown. John West
      Lease/Release recorded 17th February 1756. Mary West
      FAIRFAX COUNTY VA DEED BOOK M, page 259-261
      This Indenture made this Twentieth day of January 1777 Between JOHN DIXON of Town of Whitehaven in County of Cumberland in the Kingdom of England Merchant and HARRY PIPER of Town of Alexandria in County of Fairfax and Colony of Virginia Attorney in Fact for the said John Dixon of one part and JOHN MILLS of Town of Alexandria Merchant of other part Whereas WILLIAM RAMSAY of Town of Alexandria and ANN his Wife heretofore mortgaged unto John Dixon sundry lotts in Town of Alexandria with sundry slaves and a tract of land on Four Mile Run in County of Fairfax to secure payment to John Dixon of a certain sum of money with interest thereon of record in the Clerks office of Fairfax County two lotts number 64 and 65 in the Town of Alexandria .. and Whereas default hath been made in payment of the money due by the said mortgage whereby John Dixons right to the mortgaged premises becomes absolute in Law Now This Indenture Witnesseth that Harry Piper Attorney for the sum Two hundred and thirty pounds Virginia currency to Harry Piper paid doth sell John Mills that part of Lott No. 64 lying on Water Street aforesaid and that part of lott No. 65 lying on Fairfax Street aforesaid which is located in the following bounds Vizt. Beginning at the lot or parcel of ground sold to WILLIAM HARTSHORNE on which DOCTOR CHAPPIN is building on Fairfax Street running thence southerly fifty two feet to a lot formerly purchased by GOING LAMPHIRE numbered in the Town Book seventy three thence Easterly two hundred and forty six feet ten inches more or less to Water Street, thence northerly twenty six feet, thence westerly one hundred and twenty three feet five inches, to the beginning .
      Presence: JAMES STUART , John Dixon
      At Court held for Fairfax County January the 20th 1777
      This Indenture of Bargain and Sale with the Receipt thereon endorsed were acknowledged by Harry Piper Attorney in Fact for John Dixon .. and ordered to be recorded.
      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1767-1769; Liber BB 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page Page 42. At the request of Elizabeth Lamphier the following Deposition was recorded June 24, 1767
      The deposition of Elizabeth Lamphier, widow and relict of Thomas Lamphier, deceased aged about 63 years saith that she is a daughter to Robert Going and Mary Going his wife who was a daughter to Gregory Rowe both deceased by whom he had 4 sons and 3 daughters, to wit, John Going, Philip Going, James Going, and Mary Going, Sarah Going, Robert Going and this deponent Elizabeth Lamphier. This deponent further saith that John Going the eldest son left Ireland when this deponent was a child and returned some years after and said a year or thereabouts from whence he went to England and she believes he married at Plymouth and after his marriage came to Ireland to see his relations and returned to his wife and children. Philip Going the second son married Sarah Pike who died and after her death married Mary Knight who also died and then he married Susanna Godding. Jame Going the same son married Dorothy Tyeney who died and after her death he remarried to Elizabeth Kyle. Mary Going the first daughter married James Walpole. Robert Going the last son married Jane Johnstone. Sarah Going the second daughter married Richard Franklin an attorney. and this deponent further saith that all her brother and sisters except Mary Going and her husband James Walpole were living in County Tipperary, Ireland when she left Ireland. And further saith that she married Thomas Lamphier at Lisvernane, County Tipperary who was son to Thomas Lamphier of the said County and Elizabeth Kyle his wife daughter to Mr. Kyle. And further saith her father Robert Going and two brothers and one sister, viz, Richard going, Mary going and James going and that Richard going married and lived in Bristol, Mary Going married E. White who is now dead and that James Going lived in Clonmel and had one son Richard Going and 3 daughters Mary Going Rebecca Going and Susanna Going who were living and Mary except Susanna. And further saith that the said Richard Going was Mayor of Clonmel when she left Ireland as his father James Going had been several times before. And further saith that her mother's sister Sarah Rowe was married to John Bagwell and had one son and 2 daughters, viz, John Bagwell, Mary Bagwell and Sarah Bagwell. And further saith that John Bagwell was a banker and merchant in the town of Clonmel. And further saith that Thomas Lamphier this deponent's husband was refuted son to Thomas Lamphier of the said County of Tipperary and that he lived at Carrigeen when she married him. And that the said Thomas Lamphier had by his wife Elizabeth Kyle 4 sons and 3 daughters, to wit, Elizabeth Lamphier who married John Burgess, William Lamphier, Mary Lamphier who married Joseph Tinson, Joseph Lamphier, Thomas Lamphier (this deponent's husband), John Lamphier and Sarah Lamphier. And further saith that Henry Burgess son to John Burgess who married Elizabeth Lamphier was a clothier by trade and came with his uncle Thomas Lamphier this deponent's husband and the rest of the family to America which said Henry Burgess died a few years ago as this deponent understood by a letter from his widow to John Patterson this deponent son-in-law informing him of the said Henry Burgess's death and also that he left 6 children, 3 of them were by a former wife. And further saith that William Lamphier eldest son to Thomas Lamphier, Sr., married Elizabeth Lane sister to Ambrose Lane of Lane's Park which said Elizabeth is since dead as she understood by a letter written by William Lamphier to his brother Thomas Lamphier this deponent's husband and also that he had married one Evans. And further saith that Mary Lamphier daughter to Thomas Lamphier, Sr., married Joseph Tinson son to Joseph Tinson of Orchard Town near Clonmell and that after the said Mary's death that he married Garter Hunt, daughter to John Hunt of Clonag.. And further saith that Joseph Lamphier married Elizabeth Bradshaw daughter to Robert Bradshaw of the County of Limerick. And further saith that William Lamphier and Joseph Lamphier and their wives, John Burgess and his wife, Joseph Tinson and his 2nd wife Garter Tinson, John Lamphier who was unmarried were all alive when she left the kingdom of Ireland. And further saith that Sarah Lamphier died of the smallpox before she left the said kingdom and that Thomas Lamphier, Sr., and Elizabeth Lamphier his wife allowed themselves to be sponsors for her when she was baptized in that the said Thomas Lamphier, Sr., died August before this deponent left the said kingdom of Ireland and the aforesaid town of Carrigeen leaving his widow Elizabeth to the care of their son John Lamphier who was making preparation to move to a farm called Park Town. And further saith that she together with her husband Thomas Lamphier and the rest of the family left the kingdom of Ireland in the year 1738. And further saith that Going Lamphier, Susanna Going married John Patterson and Venus Lamphier are lawful children of the said Thomas Lamphier's begotten on this deponents body. Going Lamphier and Susanna Patterson who are now living in Fairfax County, Virginia and Venus Lamphier in the province of Maryland. Taken before us two of the lordships justices of the peace for PGCo this August 8, 1767, Joshua Beall, George Hardey, Jr.