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

Elizabeth Brockman

Female Abt 1744 - Aft 1756  (~ 13 years)


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  • Name Elizabeth Brockman 
    Birth Abt 1744  St. Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Death Aft 1756  St. Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I131287  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

    Father John Brockman,   b. Abt 1710, King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 22 Apr 1756, St. Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 46 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Mary Collins,   b. 1710, King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1759, St. Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 49 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage Bef 1732  King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F23206  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1744-1778 Orange County, Virginia Will Book 2: [John Frederick Dorman]: Pages 223-26.
      Will of John Brockman of St. Thomas's Parish in Orange County in Virginia, being very unhealthy, dated 8 Aug. 1755.
      Unto my well beloved wife Mary Brockman during her widowhood 150 acres whereon I live. Likewise one large looking glass. Unto my well beloved son Samuel Brockman 100 acres in Louisa County joining Major John Stark's line, being part of a tract which I purchased of Philip Elliott. If the child my wife Mary Brockman is now with child with should be a boy, I give the remainder part of the said tract to him, but if it should not be a boy, that part of the land should be sold to the highest bidder.
      To my son Samuel Brockman all by blacksmith's tools, upon proviso he dos what smiths work his mother shall have need of while she remains a widow.
      To my well beloved son John Brockman 100 acres in Orange County which I purchased of Thomas Cook. To my well beloved son William Brockman 200 acres in Orange County which I purchased of William Oaks. To my well beloved son Joseph Brockman the sand 150 acres where I now live after my wife's decease or if she should alter her life by marriage.
      To my well beloved daughter Susan Atkins one feather bed and one pair of sheets.
      To my well beloved daughter Sarah Brockman one feather bed and one pair of sheets, at age of eighteen of at the day of marriage.
      To my well beloved daughter Elizabeth Brockman one feather bed and one pair of sheets at the age of eighteen or at the day of marriage.
      To my well beloved daughter Hannah Brockman one feather bed and one pair of sheets at the age of eighteen or at the day of marriage.
      To my well beloved daughter Mary Brockman one feather bed and one pair of sheets at the age of eighteen or at the day of marriage.
      To my well beloved daughter Rachel Brockman one feather bed and one pair of sheets at the age of eighteen or at the day of marriage.
      To my son Samuel Brockman one feather bed, a rug and pair of sheets.
      To my son John Brockman one feather bed, a rug and a pair of sheets.
      To my son William Brockman one feather bed, a rug and pair of sheets.
      To my son Joseph Brockman one feather bed, a rug and pair of sheets.
      To the child my wife is now child with, a feather bed, a rug and a pair of sheets.
      When my sons John, William and Joseph shall come to the age of twenty one years, have a young horse or mare to the value of 40 shillings.
      All other estate to my wife Mary Brockman during her widowhood or life and then to be equally divided among all my children then alive, or if any of my children be then dead leaving any heirs, the said heir to have their part.
      My wife Mary Brockman and my son Samuel Brockman executors. (signed) John Brockman
      Wit: Roger Bell, Saml. (B) Brockman jur. 22 April 1756. Presented into Court by Mary Brockman, widow, and Samuel Brockman. The said Samuel being heir at law to the decedent declares his consent and approbation to the proving of said will.
      Proved by Roger Bell and Saml. Brockman jur. Executors with John Wisdom and Reuben Harris their securities entered into bond in the sum of £200 current money.

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