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

Anne Bryan

Female 1687 -

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  • Name Anne Bryan 
    Born 1687  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Person ID I48755  Tree1
    Last Modified 25 Nov 2022 

    Father Richard Bryan,   b. Abt 1651, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 May 1704, Stafford County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 53 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Anne MNU Bryan,   b. Bef 1663,   d. Aft 1704, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 43 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married Abt 1672  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F13498  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page. 227-229
      Will of RICHARD BRYANT.
      I Richard Bryant of Stafford County in Virginia being sick and weak of body
      .. give unto my son NATHANIEL BRYANT one horse colt that came of the mare called Black Bess & one cow & calf when he shall arrive to age of twenty one
      .. give unto my son RICHARD BRYANT all my land which I enjoy in Virginia his Mother having her life holy upon the Plantation where I now live as long as she lives
      .. give my son Richard Bryant all my wearing cloathes and my books and medicines & the mare called Fox and my bridle & saddle & the ffeather bed I purchased when I was a batchelour and the furniture belonging thereto and that he shall be free the Christmas day after he is 18 and for himself then to receive his legacys and if his mother again and he and her Husband cannot agree then for my son Richard Bryant to remove to the Plantation where SAMUEL BURTON liveth on it is my will Samuel Burton hath lived there four years rent free but it is my will if Samuel Burton lives there any longer to pay 450 pounds of Tobacco for rent & the Quit-rents for 100 acres of land having neither paid Quitrents nor planted the orchard according to bargain and that he shall live no longer there but till my son RICHARD BRYANT shall at year at 18
      .. give my daughter ANN BRYANT the mare Phillis that runs with the mare Phoenix & one cow & calf to be delivered when she shall arrive to the age of eighteen years
      .. give my Daughter SYLENT BRYANT the next mare colt that shall fall from any of my mares .. and one cow & calf when she arrive at the years of 16
      .. give to my daughter SUSANNAH BRYANT the next mare cult that shall fall from any of my mares .. and one cow & calf when she shall come to the age of 16 .. & 4 yews & a ram
      .. I give unto my daughter ELIZA. ELKIN 480 pounds of Tobo. which ABRAHAM DIPREE turned into my land for building RICHD. ELKINS Tobo. House the said Tobo. to buy her a Gown & Petticoat with
      .. it is my will that Richard Elkin should buy his son RICHARD ELKIN my grandsou a mare of 3 years old and enter it upon the records in lieu of the Martinico mare he lost of mine
      .. and I hope the Worshipful Court will see it performed
      .. it is my will Richard Elkin should have 2 yews and a ram to be delivered at six years old to put him to school .. my will my son in law WILLIAM REDMOND if he will shall live upon the Plantation whereon his Mother lives seven years rent free or upon the Plantation where SAMUEL BURTON now liveth
      .. my will the land I give to my son Richard Bryant if he should dye without issue to fall to my son NATHANIEL BRYANT and if my son Nathaniel Bryant dye without issue then amongst my daughters
      .. my will my son Richard Bryant should have one large iron pot & pothooks one chest that which is commonly called mine two pewter dishes four plates & half dozen new spoons one frying pan
      .. it is my will that my wife be solely Exectx. to all the rest & residue of my goods and chattels
      .. this fifth day of April Anno 1703.
      Presence John Creek, Richd. Bryant
      Diana x Smith, Rebecca x Owen
      The above will was produced in open Court by the oaths of Dyana Smith and Rebecca Owen witnesses thereto subscribed who declared they saw John Creek an Evidence thereunto subscribed witness the same and a probate thereof is granted to ANN BRYANT Exectx. she giving security WILLIAM BURTON & JOHN ROWLEY became securities & with her signed Bond accordingly and was ordered sd Will
      should be recorded Recorded 15th die May 1704.
      Willm. Fitzhugh Cl Court

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