Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties
Anne KeelingBef 1629 - Aft 1672 (> 45 years)
Name Anne Keeling Birth Bef 1629 Gender Female Death Aft 1672 Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Person ID I136345 Tree1 Last Modified 29 May 2023
Family 1 John Martin, b. Bef 1629 d. 4 Oct 1666, Lower Norfolk County, Virginia - Inventory (Age > 37 years) Marriage Bef 1655 NotesMarried:
- Lower Norfolk County, Virginia
Family ID F24239 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 29 May 2023
Family 2 John Okeham, b. Bef 1633 d. Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Marriage Bef 15 Sep 1665 Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Family ID F19929 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 29 May 2023
Family 3 Anthony Lawson, b. Bef 1643, Londonderry, Ireland d. 1 Oct 1701, Princess Anne County, Virginia - Admin bond (Age > 58 years) Marriage Bef 16 Feb 1671 Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Children 1. Thomas Lawson, b. Abt 1671, Lower Norfolk County, Virginia d. 4 Nov 1703, Princess Anne, County, Virginia - Probate (Age ~ 32 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F19930 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 29 May 2023
Lower Norfolk County, VA - Wills and Deeds, Book E 1666-1675, page 10L & R, recorded 4 October 1666 - Inventory of John Martin was completed 4 October 1666 and signed by Ann Okeham. Proved in Court 15 October 1666 by John Okeham. (Note - Ann Keeling married first John Martin, second John Okeham and third Anthony Lawson.)
Lower Norfolk County, VA - Wills and Deeds, Book E 1666-1675, page 81L & R, recorded 15 August 1670 - Inventory of John Okeham, deceased as shown to us by ___ of an order of Lower Norfolk County Court 15 August and by the order given us by Capt. Adam Thorogood. Total of the Estate was 47, 984 pounds of tobacco
Lower Norfolk County, VA - Wills and Deeds, Book E 1666-1675, page 54L, recorded 4 November 1670 - Whereas Mrs. Ann Okeham has this day brought to ye Court an Inventory of her husband, ____ Estate and ____ being none of the cattle belonging to ye said Estate mentioned in ye said Inventory. It is therefore ordered that ye said Mrs. Ann Okeham do her utmost endeavor to gather said cattle together and present an account thereof to ye Court as soon as possible when gotten together.
Lower Norfolk County, VA - Wills and Deeds, Book E 1666-1675, page 56, recorded 15 December 1670 - An order is granted to Mrs. Ann Okeham, administratrix to Mr. John Okeham, deceased against Thomas Brampton for payment of the sum of 220 pounds of tobacco with casts and costs.
Lower Norfolk County, VA - Wills and Deeds, Book E 1666-1675, page 60, recorded 16 February 1670/71 - Whereas Plumb Bray cause Mrs. Ann Okeham to be ____ to ye Court for detaining a ____ of his from ye 5 October to the 23 December being 81 days and he having sufficient time plrovide that she has either ____ her thought not the full ____ and wherefore it is ye Judgment of the Court that she ought to pay according to act for ye full time of her _____ and therefore ordered that Anthony Lawson who married the said Okeham pay ye sum according to act here fore said.
Lower Norfolk County, VA - Wills and Deeds, Book E 1666-1675, page 61, recorded 16 October 1671 - Mr. Sayer, Mr. Robinson and Mr. Fouler are by ye Court requested to meet at ye house of Mr. Anthony Lawson upon Monday next to audit ye act between ye said Lawson and ye orphans of Mr. John Okeham and Mr. John Martin, deceased and give in ye report to ye Orphan Court of what ye said orphans’ Estate may amout unto ye ____.
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