Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties
Mary Aldin1681 - 1734 (52 years)
Name Mary Aldin Birth 21 Aug 1681 Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Gender Female Death 22 May 1734 South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Person ID I43160 Tree1 Last Modified 22 Mar 2023
Father Robert Aldin, b. 1655, England d. Abt 1686, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia (Age 31 years) Relationship natural Mother Eleanor Willis, b. 18 Apr 1655, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia d. Aft 1722, St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia (Age > 68 years) Relationship natural Marriage Abt 1680 Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Family ID F26534 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Martin Nalle, b. 1675, England d. 20 Aug 1728, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia (Age 53 years) Marriage 1702 South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Children 1. John Nalle, b. 1703, Tappahannock, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. 19 Aug 1782, Bromfield Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia - probate (Age 79 years) [Father: natural] 2. Winifred Nalle, b. 1705, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. Aft 1750, Culpeper County, Virginia (Age > 46 years) [Father: natural] 3. Agness Nalle, b. Abt 1706, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. 1765, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia (Age ~ 59 years) [Father: natural] 4. Martin Nalle, b. 1707, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. 15 Sep 1788, Culpeper County, Virginia - probate (Age 81 years) [Father: natural] 5. Amy Nalle, b. Abt 1709, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia [Father: natural] 6. Richard Nalle, b. Abt 1716, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. 14 Feb 1796, Wake County, North Carolina (Age ~ 80 years) [Father: natural] 7. Nathan Nalle, b. 1721, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia d. Dec 1802, Clarke County, Georgia (Age 81 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F22713 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 22 Mar 2023
- Children of Mary Jane ALDIN and Martin NALLE are:
i. John NALLE was born 1703 in Tappahannock, Essex, VA, and died 19 Aug 1782 in , Culpeper, VA. He married Mary BROWN ABT 1725 in , Spotsylvania, VA. She was born 1705 in , Spotsylvania, VA, and died 1783 in , Culpeper, VA.
ii. Winifred NALLE was born 1705 in , Essex, VA, and died BEF 1774. She married Thomas DILLARD 1729 in , Essex, VA. He was born 1696 in , King & Queen, VA, and died 1774 in , Pittsylvania, VA.
iii. Elizabeth "Betty" NALLE was born 1706 in , Essex, VA, and died ABT 1762 in , Albemarle, VA. She married John ENNIS 1727 in , Essex, VA. He was born 1702, and died BEF 1762 in , Albemarle, VA.
iv. Martin NALLE II was born 1707 in Tappahannock, Essex, VA, and died 15 Sep 1788 in , Culpeper, VA. He married Isabelle 1730 in , Essex, VA. She was born 1710 in , , VA, and died 1788 in , Culpeper, VA.
v. Amey NALLE was born 1709 in , Essex, VA. She married William FRAZER 1728 in , Essex, VA. He was born 1704.
vi. Agness NALLE was born 1712 in , Essex, VA, and died 1765 in , Essex, VA. She married Thomas BURK 1741 in , Essex, VA. He was born 1712, and died BEF 1768 in , Essex, VA.
vii. Richard NALLE was born 1716 in , Essex, VA, and died 14 Feb 1796 in , Wake, NC. He married Elizabeth 1737 in , Essex, VA. She was born 1720 in , , VA, and died AFT 1784 in , Wake, NC.
viii. Nathan NALLE was born 1721 in , Essex, VA, and died Dec 1802 in , Clarke, GA. He married Sarah 1743. She was born 1725, and died AFT 1802.
1730-1735 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 5; [Antient Press]; Page 272-273
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we JOHN NALLE, THOMAS DILLARD & JOSEPH BURNETT & MARTIN NALLE are held & firmly bound unto WM. DAINGERFIELD, SAL: MUSCOE, JAMES GARNET NICHO. SMITH Gent. Justices of the County of Essex in the sum of two hundred pounds Sterl. this xxiid day of May MDCCXXXIV .
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound John Nalle & Thomas Dillard Admrs. with the Will annext of all the goods chattels & debts of MARY NALLE deced do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all & singular the goods chattels & credits of ye sd decd the same so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited in the County Court of Essex at such time as they shall be thereunto required by the sd Court & further do make a just and true account of their actings and doings therein when thereto required by the sd Court and also do well and truly deliver all the Legacies contained & specified in the sd Testament as far as the sd goods chattels & credits will thereunto extend according to the value thereof & the law shall charge
Then this Obligation to be void & of none effect ...
John Nalle Thos. Dillard
Joseph Burnett Martin Nalle
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa. on the xxiid day of May MDCCMIV
(those bound) acknowledged this bond to be their act & deed which was ordered to be recorded.
1730-1735 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 5; [Antient Press]; Page 285-287
IN OBEDIENCE to an order of Court barring date the twenty second day of May 1734 We the subscribers being first sworn before WM. DAINGERF1ELD to apraise the Estate of MARY NALL decd as follows (Vizt) . items listed and valued to total 137 pounds Five shillings and Eight pence .. which inventory includes furniture utensils, 3 prs of wool cards; feather beds and furniture; sheep, sows, cows, a horse & cart. & wheals; 4 eighty gallon and two sixty gallon casks; some tools and glass bottles; Five shillings in cash; 1 pr money skates; a parsel of old baskets; a negro man named Brister; a negro woman Jude; a negro Girl Sare; a negro girl Sue; one malator boy
named James Adkins, to her wayring does; to a Bill of MARTIN NALL for 3..8..11;
JOHN NALLE, THOS. DILLARD Administrators
JOHN ALLEN JOSEPH BURNETT
At a Court held for Essex County at Tapp& on ye xviiith day of June MDCCXXXIV
This Inventory and Appraismt. of the Estate of Mary Nalle decd being returned was
ordered to be recorded.
1736-1743 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 6; [Antient Press]; Page 368-370
An Inventory of the Estate of MARY NALLE deced sold by auction to sundry persons as follows Vizt.. 1734 JOHN NALLE items totalled £94..18..00 some items being four negroes; beds, parcel! of old books; to THOMAS DILLARD July 12 one Gregor, cattle, sheep, spinning wheel, chest book called Ye London; 1360 lbs of tobacco to total £17..12..03; to MARTIN NALLE a horse, feather bed & furniture to total ££8..18..11; JOHN HUNT totals six shillings, 2 pence; GEORGE RICHARDS £1..00..11; JOSEPH BURNETT £2..09..5: STEVEN LANKFORD £2..07..08; AMEY FRAIZER thirteen pounds of pewter; 1 glass salt seler, a barren cow to total £1..6..9; JOHN BARTON cattle and 2 butter potts £4..15..8; JOSEPH WOOD 2 stears & 2 stone juggs £2..03..4; JOHN ENNIS purchase totaled 12s 10d; THOMAS BURK trundle bedsted 4s 6d; FRANCIS JONES 1 pr of Sizars & 1 stear £1..03..2; FRANCIS HAIL pr of Sizards & a runlet 1s 41/2; JAMES GREENHILL 4 flag chears 7s; JOHN BOUGHAN 1 paper trunk 5 pence; WILLIAM GATEWOOD earthen creem pot 11 pence; JAMES COGWELL Cart & pr of wheels 12s; GEORGE RADFORD 2 Cyder Casks pr of money scails 7s 11d; JOHN GRIGGS 2 old Cyder casks 1s 6d; JAMES EDMONDSON spice mortar & pessel 3s 6d . . .
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappahannock on the 16th day of March 1741 This Sale of the Estate of MARY NALLE deced was returned and ordered to be recorded
1736-1743 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 6; [Antient Press]; Page 370
1742. Dr. NATHAN NALLE Cr. by your part of your Fathers and Mothers Estate £24..0..0; by a Mulato Boy
(On margin) Note account was not Examined this not being the proper Book for it to be
recorded in but it is recorded in the book of Orphans accounts H. R. Clk.
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappahannock on the 18th day of May 1742
JOHN NALLE exhibited this account of the Estate of NATHAN NALLE which was allowed
by the Court and ordered to be recorded
1722-1730 Essex County, Virginia Wills, Bonds & Inventories, No. 4; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 273-73a. Will of Martin Nall of the County of Essex and Parish of Southfarnham, being very sick- and weak, dated 9 April [year not given].
To my beloved wife Mary Nail a Negro man Bristoll during her natural life.
To my beloved son John NauI ten acres of my land and the remainer part to my beloved son Martin Naul.
All the remainer part of my estate, equally among my eight children, only my wife to have an equal part of the personal estate for her life, and the eight head, of cattle lent to my son John and my daughter Winnifret to be in part of their portion.
My beloved wife and my cousin Thomas Burke and Thos. Dillard executors.
Wit: Ame Nall, John Bates, George Dillard.
20 Aug. 1728. Proved by the witnesses.
18 Sept. 1728. Proved by Mary Nalle, executrix.
1690-1694 Middlesex County, Virginia Order Book 2, [Antient Press]; Page 493)
Court Second day of Feb; 1690
- Ordered that Mr. RICHARD WILLIS as Ex. of the Last Will and Testamt. of JOHN WILLIS. doe deliver to ELENOR ALDEN for the use of JOHN & MARY, Son & Daughter of ye sd. ELENOR ALDEN, two Cowes & Calves & a young Mare, which were bequeathed to the sd. Children by the sd. JOHN WILLIS & hath been formerly acknowledged in Courte for there use by the sd. Mr. RICHARD WILLIS
1704-1707 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 12, Part 1; [Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol 29, Beverley Fleet]; Page 115
Deed. 5 June 1705. Richd Kemp, Senior; of Christ church parish, Middlesex Co., and Elianor his wife, sell to Mary Naule and Katherine Turbett both of Essex; for £50:-Sterling, 300 acres; lately conveyed to said Kemp and wife by deed dated 10th July 1703 by Robert Deputy and Elizabeth his wife, heirs of Hugh Meads decd 200 acres of the 300 were granted to John-Gregory and the said Hugh Meads the 4th Oct. 1675; and 100 acres, balance of the 300 acres; were conveyed to Hugh Meads by John Soaper of Rappahannock Co., tailor, 6th April 1667:
Witt Signed Richd Kemp
G. Corbin Eleanor Kemp
Note: Naule - Nalle. G. Corbin - Hon. Gawin Corbin.
Bond. 10 Sept 1705. 10000 lb-tobo. Geo Loyd -licenced to keep an ordinary.
Signed George Loyde
Wit: Tho Gregson
Abr. Ayrton Edw Gouldman
1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 108
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE Be it Remembered & kept in perpetual! memory that Whereas RICHARD KEMP & ELIANOR his Wife being possessed in ffee of a tract of land formerly granted by Pattant unto HUGH MEAD the said Richard & his Wife did by one Deed of Gift (Recorded in Essex Court) give unto MARY & KATHAREINE ALEYN the said Elianors two daughters, all the said tract of land containing 200 acres Now Know Ye that the said Mary now Wife of MARTIN NALLE & her said Husband & the said Katharine now Wife of JAMES SAMS all of the Parish of South farnham in the County of Essex by these presents do by one Consent agree & oblige themselves to servere the joynt Tennanty and by Equally dividing the land the said Devision line mining S 5 degrees E from a red oak by a Swamp between RICHARD GATEWOOD & this tract to a red oak in the East line to which agreement we oblige ourselves our heirs & Either of them firmly by these presents as Witness our hands & Seals this Fifteenth day
of October 1722
In Presence of RICHARD GATEWOOD, Martin Nalle
DAVID SCOTT, JOHN BAKER, Mary Nalle
RICHD, HORSLEY James Sams
At a Court held for Essex County the 16th day of Octr 1722
This Division of the Land between Martin Nalle & James Sam's was presented in Court by the said Nalle & Sam's which on their motion is admitted to record.
1730-1735 Essex County, Virginia Will Book 5; [Antient Press]; Page 271-272
MEMORANDUM that JOSEPH BURNETT aged about twenty three years made oath that MARY NALL on the Twenty second day of March desired him to take notis that she give to hir son NATHAN NALL one negro boy called Jeme Atkisson and she give a fether bed that she purchased sense her Husbands dyed to her daughter AGNESS and she give all her wearing cloathes to her daughter AMEY FRAZER and she give to hir son RICHD. NALL two pewter bosons three dishes and five plates and further with not. Given under my hand this first day of Apll. 1734.
At a Court held for Essex County on the xxiid day of May MDCCXXXIV
Joseph Burnett made oath to this his deposition as the nuncupative Will of Mary Nalle decd which was ordered to be recorded.
1733-1735 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 20, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 86-92
THIS INDENTURE made the 17th and 18th day of April 1734 Between JOHN NALLE of the County of SPOTSILVANIA and Parish of St. Marks of one part and THOMAS BURKE of the County of Essex and Parrish of Southfarnham of other part Witnesseth that sd John Nalle for sum of Forty two pounds Currt. money of Virg& hath granted unto said Thomas Burke and to his heirs land in Parrish of Southfarnham in County of Essex containing One hundred and sixty five acres (Warranty) One hundred and fifty five acres whereof (being part of a tract of Three hundred acres) purchased by MARY NALLE of RICHARD KEMP as by his deed bearing date ye 5th day of June 1705 and other ten acres being that divident of land that was given by Will to sd John Nalle by his Father MARTIN NALLE deceas'd being part of divident purchased by the sd Martin Nalle of JAMES BOUGHAN deceas'd all which premises are in ye actual possession of him the sd Thomas Burke by virtue of Indenture of Bargain and Sale and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession To Have and to Hold all the sd tract of land (excepting a piece of forty foot square for a burying place where Martin Mille and
MARY his Wife lies buried) . . . .
In presence of us THOMAS BARKER, John Nalle
SAMLL. FARGESON, WILLIAM ALLEN JUR.
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa. on the XXIst day of May MDCCXXXIV
John Nalle acknowledged this Lease & Release indented which on his motion is recorded KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I John Nalle am bound to Thomas Burke in the sum of Eighty four pounds Currt. money of Virga. The Condition of the above obligation is such that the above bound John Nalle hath sold unto Thomas Burke a tract of land in aforesd County of Essex One hundred and sixty five acres, One hundred and fifty five acres whereof being part of a tract of Three hundred acres purchased by RICHARD KEMP of MIDDLESEX COUNTY & conveyed by the sd Kemp to MARY NALLE Mother to the sd John Nalle as by sd Richd. Kemps Deed dated the 5th of June 1705 and the other Ten acres being part of a Dividend purchased by Martin Nalle of James Boughan deced and bequeathed by the Last Will and Testament of his Father the sd Martin Nalle to sd John Nalle all which sd land in possession of Thomas Burke by Deeds of Lease and Release if Therefore the sd lands be clearly discharged from all other gifts, grants, leases, titles of dower and from all other titles from all incumbrances suffered by sd John Nalle or Mary his Wife or his heires (the quitrents that shall grow due to our Sovereign the King only excepted) that then this Obligation to be void or else to stand.• In Witness whereof John Nalle hath hereunto set his hand and seal the 20th day of May 1734.
In presence of us MARTIN NALLE, John Nalle
RICHARD NALLE, JOHN TALBERT
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa on the XXIst day of May MDCCXXXIV This Bond was acknowledged and recorded.
- Children of Mary Jane ALDIN and Martin NALLE are: