Hope Bland1630 -
Name Hope Bland Birth 1630 England Gender Female Person ID I72156 Tree1 Last Modified 15 Sep 2023
Father Peregrine Bland, b. 31 Dec 1596, England d. 11 Jun 1647, Thorowgood house, Lynnhaven Parish, Lower Norfolk County, Virginia (Age 50 years) Relationship natural Family ID F37217 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Rowland Beaumont, b. Abt 1616 d. 1649, Lower Norfolk County, Virginia (Age ~ 33 years) Marriage Abt 1646 Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Children 1. William Beaumont, b. Aft 1647, Lower Norfolk County, Virginia d. 11 Nov 1700, Middlesex County, Virginia - admin (Age < 51 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F37218 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 15 Sep 2023
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- Re: Hope Bland/Peregrine Bland
I have learned: Peregrine was born in mid/late 1590's. 26 February 1613/14 he was admitted to Emmanuel College which trained Anglican Ministers. 4 August 1642 granted 1000 acres on north side of Piankatank River, which would be the Middlesex County side of that river. 6 January 1638/39 Burgess. 20 July 1638 witness will in York County, again indicating he was Anglican Minister. 11 June 1647 died suddenly in Lynnhaven Parish while traveling.
Hope appears to have been only living child at his death. If he had son or sons, eldest son would have inherited land grant. If had other daughters they would have shared equally with Hope. Figure she was born ca 1630, as she repatented the land grant in Jan 1650/51must have been when she became of legal age. Died Bef. 20 August 1687 The Beamont/Miller Deed indicates that Hope Bland had died by this time and she had devised the Bland Patent to her son William Beamont in her will. To my knowledge no will has been found for Hope Bland or Hope Beamont (or any variations of those two names). Perhaps Rowland Beamont, her husband had died and she had remarried prior to her death. William had also inherited, besides the 1000 acres from mother-- Hope, Sear's Patent and Beamont Affidavit, States William Beamont's father was Rowland "Beaumont", who was about 24 years of age when he gave his deposition in York County on 21 May 1660 and who also patented land in Warwick County in 1663/4. William married Elizabeth Hughs Oct 1687 Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia. Mary _?_ by 1695 when her name appears a dower relinquishing her rights in deeds, and maybe Sarah _?_ as his third wife as she was admins. of his will or she could have been his oldest living daughter and with no living sons. He died by Nov 1700, bond made for Sarah as administrator of his estate.
There is an Indenture made 20 August 1687 Deed Book )S-1A Middlesex, VA between William Beaumont and Patrick Miller. For selling to Patrick Miller one hundred acres of the one thousand acres that was granted to Perigrine Bland and later granted to Hope Bland "daughter and heire to the aforesaid Peregrine Bland" dated 19th day January 1650." and goes one to say "and by the last Will and Testament of the said Hope Bland, mother to the aforesaid William Beamont, did give and bequeath the same unto the same Wm.Beamont as sonn(sic) and heire (sic) of the said mother Hope Bland"
1689-1695 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 8; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 386
WILLIAM BEAMOUNT, 800 acs., Middlesex Co; on Peanketank River; 20 Apr. 1694, p. 319. Granted to Perigrime Bland, 10 Aug. 1642, & granted to Hope Bland, his daughter & heir, 19 Jan. 1650 for 1000 acs., but being exactly surveyed but 800 acs. found, &c. Due sd. Beamount for Imp. of 16 pers.*
1695-1706 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 9; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 25
WILLIAM BARBY, 200 acs., Middlesex Co., 6 June 1699, p. 184. On Peanketank River bet. 2 marshes, &c. 100 acs. conveyed by William Beamount to Patrick Miller, 20 Aug. 1687, who conveyed to sd. Barby, 4 Jan. 1689; 100 acs, given by sd. Beamount to William Barby, son of the abovenamed William Barby, by deed of guift, 1 Jan. 1690; said 200 acs. being part of 1000 acs. granted Perregrine Bland, 10 Aug. 1642, & granted to Hope Bland, his dau. & heir, 19 Jan, 1650, & by said, Hope Bland bequeathed to said Beaumont, her son & heir.
- Re: Hope Bland/Peregrine Bland
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