A collection of historical and genalogical records
Thank you William. I have found my computer to be stubborn. For the past couple of years I have become dependent upon secondary sources as travel for any distance is difficult. I make use of a book…Continue
My computer locked on me. I was completing the reference for the will of John Seener (As shown in Will Book) Will was proved 28 May 1709 in Northampton Co. Wife, Mary Senner. to my son, John Senner. Son, John, to be for himself when eighteen as well as daughters. daughters, IsabeDaughters not named. Wife Extrx. John Savage, Joshua Cowdry,Hammon Firkitell, and John Tatum to oversee.
We now come to John Senior, Jr. who married Martha Willett, probably eldest daughter of Captain…Continue
Mary Savage, dau of John Savage and Mary Robins, mar 2) John Senior, who 4 Mar 1684/5 aged 14, chose his father-in-law, (step-father} John Hudson as his guardian. See Order Book 12 1683-1689 page 115
John Seener, will written 7 Mar 1708/9, and proved 28 May 1709, page 39 Deed Wills
Captain John Savage deposed 22 Nov 1677 that he was age 53 See Order Book 10, 1674-1678 page 235. That on 21 Nov 1637 he renewed his mother's patent of 24 Aug 1635 for land given his father by the King of the Eastern Shore. Captain John Savage represented County in the House of Burgess 1665-1676.
Captain John Savage mar 1) Ann Elkington and 2) Mary Robins, daughter of Obedience Robins.
There were children by both marriages. As I descend from the second marriage I shall only…Continue
The Court in Jamestown issued an order 7 Mar 1624/5, that Ensigne Thomas Savage shall interpret for the good of the Plantation of Accomack according to such directions as he shall receive from Captain William Eppes or else to enter into bonds of 200 pounds sterling into sufficient surities unto Capt William Eppes not to have any conference at all or familiaritie with the Indians of those parts.
Thomas Savage died between 12 Aug 1631 and 24 Sept 1633 when "the widow Hannah Savage went…Continue