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Friday, May 26, 2017

DNA CIRCLES ARE FOR ANCESTORS. TRUE OR FALSE?

DNA CIRCLES
DNA CIRCLES are supposed to be ancestors only right? Suddenly finding my CIRCLES have people I dont know a path to. It looks like those walls I cannot break through have clues on the other side.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Thomas Bartlett, Mayflower Child?

DNA has proven that Thomas Bartlett who married Margaret Brent is my ancestor and by the way how exciting is it to have DNA confirm your paper trail? But now a rumor surfaces that Thomas is a descendant of the Mayflower? My first guess of course, is from Richard Warren whose daughter Mary married Robert Bartlett who came over on the Ann, or is it Anne? Now as Robert was born around 1603 and Thomas was born about 1645ish, the relationship should be easy to find right?

Well, have not found a birth for Thomas but his son William was born about 1690 and apprenticed out at the age of eight, so Thomas must have been born about 1670 or earlier and his wife Margaret? She is rumored to be born about 1645. Now she may have married a younger man but what are the odds right? Thomas Bartlett AKA Thomas Berkeley is rumored to be born about 1635 but his son William is proven by documentation to be born about 1690 when his mother is rumored to be about 45 and his father is rumored to be about 55. Highly possible, but unproven.

Now if Robert was born at 1603 and Thomas may have been born about 1635 this would mean that Thomas is most likely a son of Robert or he was born later and is a grandson. Right? It works in theory but the sources for Robert Bartlett's descendants dont mention a son or grandson named Thomas....

Furthermore, Robert was born in England and died in Plymouth while Thomas was in Stafford County,  Virginia in 1690 and in Westmoreland County in 1667 and in 1676 Thomas is mentioned in his father in laws will.

[1676 ENGLAND: Will 22 Jul 1676: Will of William BRENT … dau Margaret, wife of ThomasBARTLETT of Evesham [Worcestershire, England (100 mi nw of London)] [Va Mag of Hist & Biog. Vol 6 pub 1898]


https://www.geni.com/people/Thomas-Bartlett/6000000020368786417  
http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/PEARSALL/2001-02/0982975045
http://questionsandancestors.blogspot.com/2016/12/thomas-bartlett-of-evesham.html
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/BARTLETT/2007-09/1190834766






Friday, May 12, 2017

Eurogenes K13 Admixture Proportions

Eurogenes K13 Admixture Proportions




This utility uses the Eurogenes K13 model (rev 21 Nov 2013), created by Davidski (Polako). Questions and comments about this model
should be directed to him at his Project Blog.

Kit Number: A393554   Elapsed Time: 15.10 seconds


Population 
North_Atlantic47.96
Baltic22.04
West_Med15.50
West_Asian5.22
East_Med5.61
Red_Sea1.06
South_Asian0.05
East_Asian-    
Siberian0.92
Amerindian-    
Oceanian0.87
Northeast_African-    
Sub-Saharan0.76

Friday, May 5, 2017

MDLP World Admixture Proportions

MDLP World Admixture Proportions

Magnus Ducatus Lituaniae Project MDLP World 

For questions or comments about this project or your results, please email vadimverenich@gmail.com or visit the BGA project

Kit Number: A393554   Elapsed Time: 5.30 seconds


Population 
Caucaus_Parsia9.29
Middle_East4.49
Indian1.02
South_and_West_European45.88
Melanesian0.25
Sub_Saharian0.77
North_and_East_European38.11
Arctic_Amerind-    
East_Asian-    
Paleo_African-    
Mesoamerican-    
North_Asian0.19

Friday, April 28, 2017

MDLP World-22 Admixture Proportions

MDLP World-22 Admixture Proportions

Magnus Ducatus Lituaniae Project MDLP World-22 Populations 

For questions or comments about this project or your results, please email vadimverenich@gmail.com or visit the Magnus Ducatus Lituaniae Project or MDLP behind the curtains

Kit Number: A393554   Elapsed Time: 7.76 seconds


Population
Pygmy-    
West-Asian7.59
North-European-Mesolithic5.33
Indo-Tibetan0.84
Mesoamerican-    
Arctic-Amerind-    
South-America_Amerind-    
Indian-    
North-Siberean-    
Atlantic_Mediterranean_Neolithic34.23
Samoedic0.74
Indo-Iranian2.45
East-Siberean-    
North-East-European44.77
South-African-    
North-Amerind-    
Sub-Saharian0.52
East-South-Asian-    
Near_East3.46
Melanesian-    
Paleo-Siberian-    
Austronesian-   

Friday, April 21, 2017

MDLP K23b Admixture Proportions

MDLP K23b Admixture Proportions


This utility uses the MDLP K23b calculator, created by Vadim Verenich. Questions and comments about this calculator
should be directed to him at vadimverenich@gmail.com or visit his Project Blog.

Kit Number: A393554   Elapsed Time: 8.19 seconds

Population
Amerindian-    
Ancestral_Altaic4.97
South_Central_Asian5.16
Arctic0.47
South_Indian-    
Australoid0.30
Austronesian-    
Caucasian18.61
Archaic_Human0.17
East_African-    
East_Siberian-    
European_Early_Farmers30.71
Khoisan-    
Melano_Polynesian0.88
Archaic_African-    
Near_East2.42
North_African-    
Paleo_Siberian-    
African_Pygmy-    
South_East_Asian-    
Subsaharian-    
Tungus-Altaic-    
European_Hunters_Gatherers36.29

Friday, April 14, 2017

MDLP K16 Modern Admixture Proportions

MDLP K16 Modern Admixture Proportions


The K16 model of Admixture K16 focuses primarily on 16 worldwide basic, distich components of modern human ancestry, which have been discovered and detailed in Haak et al. (2014), Lazaridis et al. (2016). These components were empirically 'learned' in ADMIXTURE software from allele frequencies of learning merged dataset (116463 SNPs) of human populations, which, in their turn, had been converted into 'synthetic groups of individuals', with each of them representing one (of 16) ancestral populations. Then, the rest of dataset ('reference') was projected unto those ancestral populations with SNPWEIGHTS software: the results of component projection were averaged per each modern group of human population, and taken as 'population reference values' of component membership in 2xOracle and OracleX4.

These 16 component are briefly described below as follows:
Amerindian - a component, which is modal (i.e has a peak) in various native American groups of North and South America, as well as in ancient DNA of Native Americans (Clovis, Kennewick man, etc).
Ancestor - an archaic component, detected in modern African Pygmy populations (such as Mbuties and Biaka) and Khoisan hunter-gatherers.
Steppe - a component which was sourced from ancient genome of European Bronze Age pastoralists: it roughly approximates levels of ancient North Eurasian hunter-gatherers' heritage, which was subsequently shown to have an influence in later eastern hunter-gatherers and to have spread into Europe via an incursion of Steppe herders beginning ∼4,500 years ago.
Indian - a component of ancestry harboured by populations of Indian subcontinent
Arctic - a component displayed in genomes of Eskimo Inuits from Greenland and shared with Siberian Chukchis/Koryaks.
Australian - a component of aboriginal ancestry assigned to Australian aborigens.
Caucasian - a major component of ancestry of modern inhabitants of Caucasus, Iran and northern Indian : it was derived from genomes of mesolithic Caucasian Hunter-gatherers: a major ancestral component linked to CHG was carried west and east by migrating herders from the Eurasian Steppe.
EastAfrican - a very dilluted component being inherited specififically from ancient inhabitants of Ethiopia and African Horn
NorthEastEuropean - a fancy moniker for a dominant type of ancestry in North-Eastern Europe based on older type of ancestry (WHG, west European Hunter-Gatherer), today this type of ancestry peaks in the Baltic region and Scandinavia
NearEast - a component harboured and later carried by ancient populations of Near East, in our time it reaches the maximum among Bedoins and Saudi Arabians; the component seems to carry an excess of Eurasian Basal component relative to Neolithic component.
Neolithic - a component, modeled on genomes of first neolithic farmers of Anatolia (West Asia), these farmers from West Asia migrated to Europe during the Neolithic and carried this component with them.
NorthAfrican - a local component of ancestry found in North Africans: this local North African genetic component is very different from the one found in the populations in the south of the Sahara (Subsaharian component, see below).
Oceanic - a component of aboriginal ancestry assigned to aborigens of Melanesia and Papua-New-Guinea.
Siberian - a component, which is rougly ascribed to Central Siberian (found at highest frequency in Nganasan)
SouthEastAsian - a dominant component of South East Asians: being highest among the Dai, Cambodians, Lahu and Malay, this is the most common East Asian component among South Asians.
Subsaharian - a main component of ancestry seen in Yoruba, Mandenka and Luhya populations.

Kit Number: A393554   Elapsed Time: 6.03 seconds

DNA RESULTS FROM GEDMATCH...

Population
Amerindian-    
Ancestor-    
Steppe23.13
Indian0.16
Arctic-    
Australian-    
Caucasian18.62
EastAfrican-    
NorthEastEuropean25.89
NearEast-    
Neolithic30.79
NorthAfrican-    
Oceanic1.16
Siberian-    
SouthEastAsian-    
Subsaharian0.26


Friday, April 7, 2017

Settlers of the Virginia Blue Ridge Highlands

My first genetic community and only one at the moment... 
Ancestry has grouped the people of the Blue Ridge Highlands into a community. And they tell you which of your ancestors lived there...

To be more specific they said...  

"Complex religious and economic crises in the eighteenth century often forced poor laborers across Great Britain and Germany to choose between oppression or emigration. Many of them moved into untamed land in the Pennsylvanian, Virginian, and Carolinian back country. As they continued west, these farmers settled Central Appalachia where the steep, timbered mountains provided a unique challenge to survival. The discovery of coal transformed the region into a network of mining towns whose success often fluctuated between boom and bust."   

This should be handy for research purposes... some how... to be continued...

Friday, March 31, 2017

GENETIC COMMUNITIES ON ANCESTRY #FAMilyHISToryFRIDAY

ANCESTRY has started something new... GENETIC COMMUNITIES...
WHAT IS A GENETIC COMMUNITY? BASICALLY ANCESTRY describes it as

"Genetic Communities™ are groups of AncestryDNA members who are connected through DNA most likely because they descend from a population of common ancestors, even if they no longer live in the area where those ancestors once lived." 

in other words a genetic community is a group of members with common ancestors in a common area who have DNA in common. get it? 

me neither... going to go look into this further... see ya....

Friday, March 24, 2017

MDLP K11 Modern Admixture Proportions

MDLP K11 Modern Admixture Proportions


THE (WHG) West European Hunter-Gatherer is over 35 PERCENT. This has some matches to African and Middle Eastern DNA as well as SIBERIAN.

DNA RESULTS FROM GEDMATCH. 

African0.27
Amerindian-    
ASI-    
Basal2.29
Iran-Mesolithic2.39
Neolithic34.01
Oceanic0.51
EHG23.71
SEA0.22
Siberian0.89
WHG35.68



Friday, March 17, 2017

ELEVEN PERCENT IRISH


ANCESTRY AUTOSOMAL DNA RESULTS...
11 PERCENT IRISH... 

  • Europe West42%
  • Great Britain19%
  • Scandinavia17%
  • Ireland11%
  • Iberian Peninsula9%
  • Trace Regions
    2%


ETHNICITY ESTIMATE


Friday, March 10, 2017

UPDATE FOR ALL MY BOURNE COUSINS

Looks like we have a shared LEGACY.... 


So if you click on the BOURNE tag in the post you get all the Bourne posts in the blog. But you knew that. So you probably know that I finally broke through that wall and found James Emmett Bournes parents parents... 

JAMES senior was born about 1800 and is called the late bloomer as he was about 77 when he married a much younger Matilda Stephenson and started a family. James was the son of Stephen Bourne and Rosamond Mallory and Stephen Jr was the son of Stephen Bourne and Hannah. Think she was a MINITREE but not sure. 

Stephen jr was a Sgt in the Revolution, promoted by General Washington... 

Stephen Sr was the son of William and his second wife, do not know her name... but Williams first wife was NANCY VAUGHAN.... who was not the mother of STEPHEN SR.... some confusion in the research on that... 

WILLIAM JR. was the son of WILLIAM SR. and his first wife... name unknown... but was raised by William and his second wife MARY POLLY VAUGHAN who was not Juniors mother... They married in 1711 long after William and his brother Stephen's births... 

Stay tuned...


Friday, February 10, 2017

WHY BETSY ALTIZER IS probably NOT THE MOTHER OF SARAH REED AKERS

When I first started the family tree I discovered numerous sources claiming that Sarah Reeds mother was Elizabeth Altizer, but recently found out that that must be wrong. The marriage of Betsy Altizer and George Reed Sr, was in 1829, however, Sarah Reed was born in 1817 and George was married to Sarah Graham at the time. In other words Sarah Reed Akers mother is actually Sarah Graham. Guess thats where the name came from... The point being, sometimes the trees and rumors are not true... George had his children before the death of his wife Sarah and his marriage to his last wife Betsy... He may have married others as well... it is a common name, but Betsy was definitely not the mother of Sarah Reed.... who by the way is my 4th great grandmother.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

THREE YEAR BLOGIVERSARY

IT WAS JUST THREE SHORT YEARS AGO, WHEN I STARTED THIS BLOG TO WRITE ABOUT MY ANCESTORS AND ACCEPT THE 52 ANCESTORS CHALLENGE. MY HOW TIME FLIES...

ONCE YOU FOCUS ON A GOAL, IT IS A LOT EASIER TO WRITE ABOUT IT.

AND I HAVE LEARNED SO MUCH SINCE THEN....

GOALS ARE GOOD TO HAVE....  

THANKS FOR READING.

Friday, January 6, 2017

A LITTLE BEDFORD COUNTY HISTORY

After the revolution my ancestors, LT. JOHN NICHOLS and FLAIL PAYNE moved to Bedford from Maryland and started the next chapter in their lives. JOHN married Flayl's daughter MARTHA J PAYNE and had a few kids. Among them, ARCHIBALD G NICHOLS who married JUDITH HATCHER and had my ancestor, JOHN M NICHOLS around 1814. John married MARTHA ANN JONES in Franklin Co. in 1846.
John and Martha Jones had at least five kids, IRA, GEORGE, EZEKIEL, OCTAVIA JANE, and JAMES NICHOLS. GEORGE NICHOLS married MELINDA J YOUNG and ZEKE married HARRIET ISABELLE WILLIAMS.
ARCHIBALD NICHOLS and JUDITH HATCHER were also the parents of SALLIE S KASEY who married GEORGE S. KASEY, DANIEL W. NICHOLS who married POLLY BLACK, KETURAH NICHOLS who married PRESLEY BINER, BYER NICHOLS, JUDITH NICHOLS, LUCINDA HATCHER NICHOLS who married MORGAN MORRIS, BARTLETT NICHOLS who married MARY POLLY RICHARDSON, and MARTHA J NICHOLS who married STEPHEN MORRIS,

MARTHA PAYNE NICHOLS had eight children....

ELISHA, FLAYL, JOHN P NICHOLS, JANE NICHOLS HANCOCK, MOLLY NICHOLS CUNDIFF, ARCH, JESSE, and CATHERINE NICHOLS POLLARD.  

CATHERINE married JOHN POLLARD, FLAYL married NANCY ANN HATCHER, JOHN married SARAH PAYNE, JANE married EDWARD HANCOCK, MOLLY married BENJAMIN CUNDIFF, ARCH married MARY POLLY UPDIKE in 1819 after the death of JUDITH, JESSE married SARAH FIELDS, and ELISHA married NANCY PAYNE.

Friday, December 30, 2016

Another brick in the wall... Anthony King Sr.

MY 4th Great Grandfather Anthony King Sr. was born in New Jersey and married Dorces Pickle. His son Anthony Junior was the father of my 2nd Great Grandfather Mike King. It is unclear at this time who his parents were.

In the 1850 census he is living with his son and his family in Floyd, Virginia. There is no known records to connect him with any parents at this time, we call this lack of sources a wall in the family history blogosphere...

Friday, December 23, 2016

WILLIAM HANCOCK SR. OF JAMESTOWN 1580 - 1622

WILLIAM HANCOCK SR. OF JAMESTOWN was the immigrant ancestor of my Hancock line who came to Jamestown to establish a settlement and was killed by "savages" at Thorpe's House in Berkeley Hundred Plantation ... 


He was a member of The Virginia Company of London which was a group of businessmen who were granted a charter by King James I (June 1606) for the purpose of establishing a settlement in the Chesapeake area of Virginia. The first settlement was established at Jamestown in 1607. As an investor in the Virginia Company, William traveled to Jamestown in 1619. According to an old Hancock family Bible, William left England on the ship ?Margaret of Bristol? sailing through the Bristol Channel on Sept 16, 1619. Leaving his family behind in England, he was coming to search for lumber for his ship-building business. [I cannot find William Hancock listed on a record of this ship]

This group of 39 people set foot in Virginia on Dec. 4, 1619 and proclaimed it a day of Thanksgiving. That location became Berkeley Hundred Plantation, a small village. William Hancock lived at Capt. George Thorpe?s house, who wanted to help convert and civilize the Indians. (This was on the north bank of the James River in what is now Charles City County, Va) 

On Good Friday, 22 March 1622 the settlement was attacked by Indians and William was among the 347 who were massacred. Other settlements were attacked also, including Wolstenholme Towne, built in 1620 on the Martin?s Hundred land grant (now James City County). Those killed in this massacre are supposed to be buried at Carter Plantation.

In 1630, three of William's son Augustine came to Virginia to claim his father?s vast estate. Son Simon came in 1635, settling in Princess Anne County, and son William came in 1638. Augustine, Simon and William became wealthy, prominent planters in VA.

In "The Genesis of the United States", page 217, there is listed among the Corporators of the Second Charter of James-1, 1609, the name of WILLIAM HANDCOCK, and on page 909 is the entry:
"Handcock, Wm., Sub-Paid 62 pounds 10 shillings, 5 pence."
See - http://archive.org/stream/genesisofuniteds02brow#page/1100/mode/2up/search/William

In the old family Bible there is written: "in the year 1620. Wm. Handcock in search of forest for his building of ships embarked for ye plantation, being one of the company owners thereof, leaving his
family in England. On the 22nd of March 1622, he, with others, was massacred by the savages at Thorpe's House, Berkeley Hundred, fifty miles from Charles City."

VA Historical Collections, Vol 8, p. 278 - confirms the death of William Hancock at Berkeley Hundred Plantation.

Read an ancient account of the massacre at:
http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANCOCK/1996-07/0836511917

See also:
http://www.geni.com/people/William-Hancock/6000000002233710741



http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=merrygo&id=I22969

Friday, December 16, 2016

SIMON NICHOLLS - DRUNK IN PUBLIC

Info found at S. Bray's site at Rootsweb:

  • Name: Jr. Nicholls SIMON
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1642 in England-Scotland
  • Death: 1749 in Prince George's Co., MD

  • Note: Simon Nicholls was the Cryer at the Prince George's County Court and General Assembly from 1699 to 1737. He was put in the town stocks for being drunk in public. Simon lived to be 106 years old.
  • DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS HANCOCKE

    THOMAS HANCOCKE born 1525 had at least one son, his birth was recorded in London about 1550.

    THOMAS HANCOCKE II was the father of WILLIAM HANCOCK of JAMESTOWN, who was killed in Jamestown by Indians in 1622.  William was the immigrant ancestor of my line. Three of his sons came to America later to claim his property. William was born about 1575....




    Friday, December 9, 2016

    GARNER BARTLETT OF LOUDOUN



    [Gr-GrandChildren of [E]. Thomas BARTLETT m Margaret BRENT]

    [GrandChildren of [E1] William BERKLEY 1690-1761; 1m a1717 Jane GARDNER; 2m 1723 Elizabeth HANCOCK]

    [Children of [E1C]. William BARTLETT [?BERKLEY] c1722-1804 m a1743 Mary _____




    [E1C1]. Gardner BARTLETT b a1750 VA; Wd 1811 Montgomery Co, VA; m Ellender/Eliner bc 1752

    -1765 Loudoun Co, VA Tithables: Garner BARTLETT [listed with Joshua WILSON]

    -1769 Loudoun Co, VA Tithables: Garner BARKLEY

    -1786-95 Berkeley Co, VA PPTL: Garner BARTLETT 1 Tithe; 0 Slaves; 5 Horses; 7 Cattle [1787=George BERTLET; 1790=missing record; 1791=Gardner; 1793-4=not in record; 1795=Garnett]

    -1787 Berkeley Co, VA Lease to Garner BARTLETT; mentions sons William and Reubin

    -1795 Botetourt Co, VA Deed 173 acres to Garner BARTLETT (also referred to as James BARTLETT) [what happened to land??]

    -1798-1811 Montgomery Co, VA PPTL: Garner BARTLETT (1810=Garnet)

    -1800 Botetourt Co, VA LG: Garner BARTLETT [what happened to land??]

    -1804 Loudoun Co, VA Will [G:261,2] 19 Mar 1804;p 8 Oct 1804: William BARTLETT: wife Mary; land to son Thomas (wife to live with and be supported by ... Thomas BARTLETT); ch: Gardner, John, Samuel, William, Daniel, Stacey - John GORES’s wife; Betsey HIERONIMUS and Ally Theary. Ex: sons Thomas and Samuel; Sig: William (his X mark) BARTLETT Wit: Wm FOWKE; Asa SQUIRES, Ignatious JONES.

    -1810 Montgomery Co, VA Census [M1]: Garnet BARTLETT 00001-00100-05 [Garnet b bef 1765; wife dec’d?] (record adj to Reuben]

    -1811 Montgomery Co, VA; prob Nov 1811: Will of Gardner BARTLETT: ch: Wm, Reuben, John, Thomas, Lydia TOWNSLEY, 3 not named

    A. William BARTLETT b a1775-80 VA; d 1836-7; m 27 Jan 1800 Frederick Co, VA Lydia POWELL b c1778 Berkeley Co, VA (Robert+ )

    B. Reuben BARTLETT b a1776-80 VA; 1m prob c1802; m 5 Apr 1808 Montgomery Co, VA [M1,2,3] Elizabeth JACKSON (Isaac)

    C. Lydia BARTLETT b 26 Jun 1783 VA; m 5 May 1807 Montgomery Co, VA Joseph TOWNSLEY(James Wp1812+Margaret)

    D. John H BARTLETT b 9 Dec 1785 VA ; d 17 Apr 1845 Warren Co, IN (Bartlett Cem, Pine Twp); m 18 Apr 1813 Botetourt Co, VA Hester HINKLE b 25 Aug 1794 VA; d 13 Aug 1844 Warren Co, IN[IGI] (Rev John + Magdalena GANDIS) (1820’s to Warren Co, IN) [cf Shen Co] [all ch below per AF] [info attributed to John H BARTLETT, son of John G BARTLETT of Henry Co, VA]

    E. Betsy BARTLETT b 1786 VA; m 1 Dec 1807 Montgomery Co, VA Thomas LITTERAL

    F? Martha BARTLETT b 1789?

    G. Thomas BARTLETT b 16 Jun 1790 VA; d 29 Jun 1862 Warren Co, IN (Bartlett Cem, Pine Twp); m 19 Nov 1816 Franklin Co, VA Sabrina HILL b 1 Apr 1792 Frederick Co, VA; d 10 Dec 1866 Warren Co, IN;

    [Sabrina HILL reported a niece of Thomas JEFFERSON]

    WILLIAM BARTLETT OF WESTMORELAND



    [E1C]. William BARTLETT [?BERKLEY] b a1722 Westmoreland Co, VA; d 1804 Wp 1804 Loudoun Co, VA; m a1743 Westmoreland Co, VA Mary GARDNER or JANNEY b a1725 (of Westmoreland Co, VA); d aft 1804

    -1743-58 moved Westmoreland to Fairfax (Loudoun part) Co, VA

    -1749 Fairfax Co, VA Tithables: William BERKLEY Jr 1 white

    [1757 Loudoun Co, VA fm Fairfax]

    -1771 Loudoun Co, VA; Deed: Lord Thomas FAIRFAX to William BARTLETT

    -1771 Loudoun Co, VA; Northern Neck Land Grants [1:186] 7 Jan 1771: William BARTLETT of Loudoun Co 504 acres on Blue Ridge in said Co. Land survey for Francis DADE by John HOUGH 26 Apr 1763. DADE did not comply with advertisement of 26 Mar 1765 recorded in Book N. Grant to BARTLET adj. Dr TURNER & Thomas SUDDEN

    -1771 Loudoun Co, VA Rental Rolls William BARTLETT

    -1772 Loudoun Co, VA Rental Rolls William BARTLETT

    -1776 Loudoun Co, VA; Shelburne Par Tithables: William BARTLETT w/John and Samuel BARTLETT [Saml ~16; b c1760]

    -1782 Loudoun Co, VA Pers Property Tax List: Wm BARTLET 2 white; 0 black [prob Wm Sr & Thoas abt 16]

    -1783 Wm BARTLETT & wife Mary of Loudoun Co, VA sell land sold to BARTLETT 7 Jan 1771 to Thomas HUMPHREY

    -1804 Loudoun Co, VA Will [G:261,2] 19 Mar 1804;p 8 Oct 1804: William BARTLETT: wife Mary; land to son Thomas (wife to live with and be supported by ... Thomas BARTLETT); ch: Gardner, John, Samuel, William, Daniel, Stacey - John GORES’s wife; Betsey HIERONIMUS and Ally Theary. Ex: sons Thomas and Samuel; Sig: William (his X mark) BARTLETT Wit: Wm FOWKE; Asa SQUIRES, Ignatious JONES.

    + 1. Gardner BARTLETT b a1750 VA; Wd 1811 Montgomery Co, VA; m Ellender bc 1752

    DNA-139280

    + 2. John BARTLETT b a1752 VA; ?d Clark Co, KY [NOT m Susanna LINTON]

    [another John BERKLEY/BARTLETT b 1763 King George Co, VA went to Scott Co, KY]

    + 3. William BARTLETT b a1755 VA; ?d Clark Co, KY [cf Wm b 1755 m 1778 Fauquier Sally RECTORb1755]

    + 4. Stacey BARTLETT b a1758 Fairfax Co, VA m John GORE did they go to Clark Co, KY, too??

    + 5. Daniel BARTLETT b a1760 Fairfax Co, VA; d 13 Feb 1852 Clark Co, KY; m Susannah

    DNA-92185

    + 6. Samuel BERKLEY b a1760; d aft 3 May 1816 Boones Ck, Clark Co, KY; m Mary 10 ch; move to KY a 1808

    + 7. Elizabeth “Betsy” BERKLEY b a1751 VA; d Clark Co, KY 1m <1768 Henry OLDAKER/OLDACRE b 1748 VA; d 1785 Loudoun Co, VA; 7ch; 2m 1785 Loudoun Co, VA Henry HIERONIMOUSE d 1808 Clark Co, KY

    + 8. Thomas BARTLETT b a1766 Fairfax Co, VA m [prob abt 1788] Ann BURGESS

    + 9. Alethia “Ala”, “Ally Tiery” BARTLETT b a1769 Fairfax Co, VA

    + ?10. Sarah BARTLETT b 1770 Westmoreland Co, VA




    [E1] Wm 2m 1723 Elizabeth HANCOCK

    WILLIAM BERKELEY OF STAFFORD COUNTY

    WILLIAM BERKELEY 
    7TH GREAT GRANDFATHER

    [Children of [E]. Thomas BARTLETT m Margaret BRENT]

    [E1]. William BERKELEY b 18 Nov 1690 Overwhaton Par, Stafford Co, VA; Wd 5 Nov 1761 Fairfax Co, VA; 1m a1717 Jane GARDNER b a1694 (of Cople Par, Westmoreland Co, VA); d a1723 Westmoreland Co, VA; 2m 1723 Elizabeth HANCOCK [IGI] b c1698 ; Wr 26 May 1772 [B:9] Loudoun Co, VA

    -1698 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order 30 Nov. 1698: William BARTLETT, son of Thomas BARTLETT, being eight yeares of age the eighteenth instant, is with his father’s consent bound apprentice to Henry Wharton of this County and Elizabeth his wife to live with them or the longer liver of them until he attain to the full age of one and twenty yeares, during which tyme hee shall faithfully and diligently serve them in all matters as they shall have occasion to employ him in. And Henry Wharton doth agree that hee will before the expiration of the time teach and instruct his apprentice in the art of mistery of a cooper and carpenter after the best manner that he can. [does this put Williams’s birthday at 18 Nov 1690? ... jvb]

    -a1717 William BERKELEY/BARTLETT lived Westmoreland Co, VA

    -1720 Westmoreland Co, VA; Deeds & Wills 18 Feb 1719/20: Dorcas Carter. Inventory. Made in obedience to order of 30 Sept. 1719. Total valuation £8.5.5. Wm. BARKLEY, Jno. Medford, George South; Ret: 24 Feb 1719/20

    -1722 In the record William BERKLEY selling land in Westmoreland Co. he had bought the 100 acres of land from William LORD and Henry NEALE on Jan. 29, 1722, in Westmoreland Co. There are no printed records for Westmoreland Co. for that time, but the LDS has Deeds and Wills, Vol. 7, 1720-23 available.

    -1727 Westmoreland Co, VA; Deed [DB:] 19 Mar 1727: I William BERKLEY of Stafford Co. appoint Capt. George Turberville of Westmoreland Co. my attorney for me ... in the County Court of Westmoreland certain deeds by way of lease and release for ye conveying of one hundred acres of land from me, said William BERKLEY, unto Wharton RANSDELL and his heirs, together with a bond for the performance of the covenants in the said deeds mentioned, which said deeds and bonds bear even date with these presents. Dated 19 March, 1727. Wit: Thos. STURMAN, Thos. CHILTON. At a Court in Westmoreland 27 March, 1728, power of attorney from BERKLEY to Turbeville was proved by oaths of witnesses and recorded on 1 April 1728. [Continued] This indenture, 18 March, 1727, between WilliamBERKLEY of Overwharton in Stafford Co., planter, one part, and Wharton RANSDELL of Cople Parish, Westmoreland Co., the other part; for 5 shillings, 100 acres in Cople Parish in Westmoreland Co., being part of a patent formerly granted to Mr. John LORD and Mr. Wm. HORTON, dated 17 April, 1667; and by sundry mean conveyances & settlements became the just right and inheritance of Wm. LORD, Gent., son of Mr. John LORD and Henry NEALE his grandson, both of whom by deed of sale dated 29 Jan. 1722, sold and conveyed the 100 acres unto William BERKLEY, bounded: John COCKERILL, Richard SANFORD, Ashton, HINSON, Nicholas MINOR, Patrick SPENCE; [it appears possible to me that Wharton RANSDELL is related to Wm BERKLEY, prob sil ... jvb]

    -c1727 move to Stafford Co, VA

    -1729 Westmoreland Co, VA; Deed [DB8:117] 14 May 1729: Elizabeth BARTLETT [BERKLEY] wife of William BARTLITT, planter, of Stafford Co. grants power of attorney to George Turbevile to relinquish her dower right in the 100 acres in Westmoreland deeded from WilliamBARTLETT to Wharton RANSDELL. Wit: Edw. BARRADAL, James WHATLEY. At a Court in Westmoreland Co. 28 May, 1729, power of attorney is presented by George Turbeville, and witnesses above, relinquishment is proved. Rec. 30 May 1729. [You can see from this record that it's referring to the same area in which William BERKLEY owned land in Westmoreland Co., and which he sold to Wharton RANSDELL, with George Turbeville being his attorney. The record shows that William BERKLEY was a resident of Stafford Co. when he sold the 100 acres in 1727. But the land was in Westmoreland Co. Does this mean that he had originally lived in Westmoreland Co.? ... Ed Dolan]

    -1730 Stafford Co, VA: John WAUGH of Overwharton Par, Stafford Co, VA gave lease to WilliamBERKLEY adj to Paul TURLEY

    -1731 Pr William Co, VA; Deed [A:16-71] 20 Jul 1731: Wm MOORE of Par of Hamilton, Pr Wm Co, VA, Planter, and Edw. BARRY of same ... for 2000 lbs tobacco ... 110 acres, head of a branch onto Difficult Run. Wit: ... Will BERKLEY

    -1737 King George Co, VA; Deed 2 Jun 1737: I Edward Turbeville do authorize Capt: Joseph Berry in King George County..to relinquish all Right of Dower and thirds..I have in tract of Land by virtue of my marriage with Sarah the late Widdow and relict of William Willis her former husband Deceased, and now sold by her son John Willis to Churchwardens of Parish Hanover Deed equal date with these Presents..Wit: Thomas Catlett, E: Turbeville Wm.BARTLETT, Archd: McPherson. [cf - this Wm BARTLETT is certainly William BERKLEY of Stafford Co – see BARTLETT/TURBEVILLE in Westmoreland Co records of this time frame ... jvb]

    -1737 Westmoreland Co, VA; Deeds & Wills 28 Nov 1737: (On margin: Veale's release to Bush) Indenture ...between Morrice Veal of Prince William Co. one part and Edward Bush of Westmoreland Co. the other part; for 5,000 lbs. good tobacco, 100 acres in Westmoreland Co. and Washington Parish being part of a parcel granted to Morrice Veal, father of aforesaid Veal, for 200 acres, bounded by: head of Pope's Creek. Sig: Morris VEAL; Wit: ... Willm: BERKLEY.

    -1738 Westmoreland Co, VA; Deeds & Wills 31Oct 1738: Will of John Popham of Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co. Mentions: son John Popham, the house, plantation & land on which I now live; and like wise the tract purchased from James Butler; and that tract bought of Howsin Hooe, all of which lies in Westmoreland; in case of his decease without issue, then the above mentioned land to daughters Sophia, Mary & Anne. Item: My tract of 500 acres of land situated and lying and being near Frying Pan Run in Prince William Co. which I purchased of William BERKLEY, I leave to be disposed of by my my executors in trust, and the proceeds to go to daughters Sophia, Mary & Ann, and granddaughter Constant Comfort Littleton... Item: To loving wife Rachel, one Negro man named Ben; and a horse named Roane.

    -1749 Fairfax Co, VA Tithables: William BERKLEY 2 white; 3 Negro

    [1757 Loudoun Co from Fairfax]

    -1760 Fairfax Co, VA; Deed [D:676-81] 19/20 May 1760 Indenture btwn William BERKLEY, Senr of county of Fairfax, Planter, and George Wm FAIRFAX of same …. For 36p 12s sold … 183 acres n sd Accotink Ck

    -1761 Fairfax Co, VA Will 5 Nov 1761 [B-309-15]: William BERKLEY; wife Elizabeth; rec 16 Feb 1762

    -1772 Loudoun Co, VA Will of Elizabeth BARTLETT: grdau Ann LINTON; sons John, Reuben, dau Martha HANCOCK

    THOMAS BARTLETT OF EVESHAM

    [E

    ]. Thomas BARTLETT m Margaret BRENT


    -1667 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order 14 May 1677: The cause depending between Tho. BARTLEY and Edwd. BRADBOURN on which order passed against Mr. Jno. FRODSHAM, high sherrife, for his appearance,


    [1676 ENGLAND: Will 22 Jul 1676: Will of William BRENT … dau Margaret, wife of ThomasBARTLETT of Evesham [Worcestershire, England (100 mi nw of London)] [Va Mag of Hist & Biog. Vol 6 pub 1898] [could this be a match?… jvb]


    -1684 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order 25 June 1684: Thomas BERKELEY is excused leavies from this time by order of this Court.


    -1686 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order 31 March 1686: Thomas WILSON’s will further proved by Thomas BEARKLEY


    -1692 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order; 24 Mar 1692: Tho. BARTLETT vs Miles HARLOW, dismissed


    -1696 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order; [207A] 28 May 1696: Margarett BARTLETT, wife of ThomasBARTLETT, being summoned to give her evidence in a suite between Gerrard NEWTON and Henry SUTTON.


    -1696/7 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order; [:230]24 Feb 1696/7: Margarett BARTLETT has like order against Gardner for ten days attendance


    -1698 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order 30 Nov. 1698: William BARTLETT, son of Thomas BARTLETT, being eight yeares of age the eighteenth instant, is with his father’s consent bound apprentice to Henry WHARTON of this County and Elizabeth his wife to live with them or the longer liver of them until he attain to the full age of one and twenty yeares, during which tyme hee shall faithfully and diligently serve them in all matters as they shall have occasion to employ him in. And Henry Wharton doth agree that hee will before the expiration of the time teach and instruct his apprentice in the art of mistery of a cooper and carpenter after the best manner that he can. [does this put Williams’s birthday at 18 Nov 1690? ... jvb]


    -1700 Westmoreland Co, VA; Order [1698-1704:89a] 28 Aug. 1700: The last will and testament of Thomas BARTLETT was proved by James ELLIS and Eliza. DARMOUTH witnesses thereto, a probat granted John BARTLETT, executor therein named. Also ordered that Abraham SMITH, Thomas TANNER, James HASLERIGG, William HASLERIGG and Thomas CHANDLER appraise the estate.


    1. William BERKELEY b 18 Nov 1690 Overwhaton Par, Stafford Co, VA; Wd 5 Nov 1761 Fairfax Co, VA; 1m a1717 Jane GARDNER b a1694 (of Cople Par, Westmoreland Co, VA); d a1723 Westmoreland Co, VA; 2m 1723 Elizabeth HANCOCK [IGI] b c1698 ; Wr 26 May 1772 [B:9] Loudoun Co, VA


    3. John BERKLEY Wd 1732 Westmoreland Co, VA; m Elizabeth


    [cf K2B1 John BARTLETT d1750 King Geo]


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