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Captain Thomas Willoughby 1601-1657

Alice Granbery Walter

Captain Thomas Willoughby 1601-1657

of England, Barbadoes and lower Norfolk County, Virginia : some of his descendents 1601-1800

by Alice Granbery Walter

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Published by A.G. Walter in Virginia Beach, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia,
  • England,
  • Barbados
    • Subjects:
    • Willoughby family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.,
    • England -- Genealogy.,
    • Barbados -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Alice Granbery Walter.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W739 1978
      The Physical Object
      Pagination109 leaves, [7] folded leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3233243M
      LC Control Number83146301


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Walter in English. Revision, with more English background, of publication and its second printing in Thomas Willoughby () immigrated in from England to what became Elizabeth City County, Virginia, moving about to Lower Norfolk County, Virginia.

Full text of "Captain Thomas Willoughby of England, Barbadoes and lower Norfolk County, Virginia: some of his descendents " See other formats. Captain Thomas Willoughby ( - ) was elected to the House of Burgesses from Elizabeth City in and from Lower Norfolk County in ; helped Henry Sewell establish a church at Sewell's Point in ; Thomas2 Willoughby born ineducated in London and was Lieutenant Colonel in Virginia, and Thomas3, of Elizabeth River in County.

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Capt. Thomas Willoughby, Ancient Planter MP ( - ) Sir Thomas Willoughby b. England d. bef Apr parents: Thomas Willoughby b: in Bore Place, Kent, England & Elizabeth Middleton b: in Kent, England The name of his wife is unp. Captain Thomas Willoughby of England, Barbadoes and lower Norfolk County, Virginia: some of his descendents The Winchell Genealogy: the ancestry and children of those born to the Winchell name in America sincewith a discussion of the origin and history of the name and the family in England, and notes on the.

Ensign Thomas Willoughby of Elizabeth City County, Gent., received, as his first dividend, 50 acres due for the transportation of Hugh Shore, who came in at the charge of Captain William Tucker, in the Ellenor inand made over to said Willoughby, by act of Court, Get this from a library.

Captain Thomas Willoughby () of England, Barbados and Lower Norfolk County, Virginia [and] some of his descendants, [Alice Granbery Walter] -- Thomas Willoughby () immigrated in from England to what became Elizabeth City County, Virginia, moving about to Lower Norfolk County, Virginia.

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Thomas Willoughby, 1st Baron Middleton (9 April – 2 April ), was a Tory politician who sat in the English and British House of Commons between and when he was raised to the peerage as Baron Middleton.

Early life. Old part of Mirrleton Hall. Willoughby was. Col. Thomas WILLOUGHBY was born on month dayat birth place, Virginia, to Capt Thomas WILLOUGHBY. Capt was born inin Kent, England. Col passed away on month dayat age 77 at death place, Virginia.

Pope emigrated to the Northern Neck of Virginia and appeared against William Enson in the Index to the earliest Northumberland County Deeds and Orders Book 1 []. On 10 January / Nathaniel Pope first appeared as a Northumberland Justice along with Capt.

Thomas Baldridge, Mr. John Hallows and Mr. John Mottrom. Buy Capt. Thomas Willoughby, in England, West Indies & Virginia & the Herbert connection by Alice Granbery Walter (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Get this from a library. Capt. Thomas Willoughby, in England, West Indies & Virginia & the Herbert connection. [Alice Granbery Walter]. The person Thomas Willoughby Waters changed his name to Walters because he was decendenat of Birtish Military Officers and would have upon capture been hung as an outright traitor 2.

Another family line might be William Walters B from Camenshire Wales who moved to South Carolina and as a decendent of nobility would have both the financial. Norfolk History Museum at the Willoughby-Baylor House, East Freemason Street, was built in by Captain William Willoughby, a descendant of English immigrant Captain Thomas Willoughby I, who was the recipient of a Royal grant of acres - 50 of which would become the town of Norfolk in Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, (from book published by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor.

History. The area known as Willoughby Spit takes its name from Thomas Willoughby, who came to Virginia in and received his first of many land grants in Willoughby's son, Thomas II, was living there in the s, and legend has it that his wife awoke one morning following a terrific storm (possibly the "Harry Cane" of ) to see a point of land in front her.

Here Come Mr. Willoughby and Captain Leonard. Charliet Hiett, left, and Gary Young Charlie Hiett is set as British Captain Thomas Leonard. by-the-book de facto captain of the Artemis. Biography. Col. Thomas 2 Willoughby (son of Captain Thomas 1) was born in Virginia Decem He was educated at Merchant Taylors' School, London, England, where his name appears as only son of Thomas Willoughby of Virginia (General records of the school cited in the Richmond Standard).

The list of Qualifying ancestors below is from The Jamestowne Society Register of Qualifying Seventeenth-Century Ancestors - Septemberwith additional additions and Register can ordered using the form under the Merchandise section of this website.

In addition to information posted on this website, the Register also includes the number of members with. Thomas 3 Willoughby (Thomas 2, Thomas 1) of Lower Norfolk, styles himself, in a deed dated inof East River in the County of Lower Norfolk, "gentleman," sole son and heir of Hon.

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Willoughby, of the same Parish and County. He was Justice of Lower Norfolk in and Sheriff in Spouse: Margaret (Unknown) Willoughby. Food for Thought. The Surnames of Scotland Their Origin, Meaning, and History, by George Fraser Black, Ph.D.

() THOM. A diminutive of Thomas, q.v. Alexander Thome appears as vicar of Stracathro in and (REB., I, 60; II 69), Jok Tom was tenant in Balgreschac, (Cupar-Angus, I, p. ), Andree Thome held a tenement in Glasgow beforeand. ^ "Willoughby Spit". Retrieved 31 July ^ Walter, Alice Granbery ().

Captain Thomas Willoughby of England, Barbados and Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, Some of His Descendants. Virginia Beach Virginia: Alice Granbery Walker, Publisher. Captain Thomas Wiggin, likes. Captain Thomas Wiggin was a man of vision and determnation.

A man who would become a pioneer in "the howling wilderness".Followers: Her work "Willoughby s in England, Barbados & Lower Tidewater Virginia," really set me straight on my quest to find my ancestors. It's an invaluable resource for anyone who is attempting to trace to Captain Thomas or from Captain Thomas back to.

The third Baron Middleton died unmarried (), and the fourth died without issue 7 (), so Henry, son of Thomas Willoughby (the brother of the second baron) became the possessor of the title and estates, with the addition of the Birdsall (Yorkshire) property, which his mother (Miss Southby) brought with her on her marriage.

His son, Henry. Thomas WILLOUGHBY Esq. Capt. b ABTRochester, Kent, England d 16 AugAll Hollows, Barking, Middlesex, England Notes: Came to Virginia in ; Justice of Elizbeth City, son of Thomas WILLOUGBY and Elizabeth MIDDLETON m Alice BREWSTER 1. Alice WILLOUGHBY 2.

Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY 3. Thomas WILLOUGHBY Wi   Confirmation of acs. purchased of Capt. Stephens, bounding W. upon the backe river, N. upon land of John Robinson, E. upon land of Thomas Boulding & his own, S. upon William Capps, to begin at a little otterdam being Wly. upon the back river and soe to run one-quarter of a mile into the woods, &c., which land was due sd.

Captain Stevens as. Thomas Willoughby of Southwark, Surrey, who died at Barbados. 23 Jan [last date] Depositions by Captain Thomas Willoughby of Willoughby's Hope, Norfolk Co., Virginia, a Richard Jennings of Bermuda, merchant a and others re the voyage in of the "Jonathan and Abigail", Mr.

Adam Groves, to Barbados and Virginia. Allerton, Willoughby, son of Col. Isaac Allerton, of the council, and Elizabeth Willoughby, daughter of Capt. Thomas Willoughby, was a burgess for Westmoreland county in, and ; collector of customs for Potomac river in He married Hannah, daughter of William Keene, of Northumberland county, and widow of John Bushrod.

Read the digitized book:The History of Marion County, Iowa: Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns, & C - Union Historical Company By. In /32 Thomas Willoughby was a Burgesse for the Assembly, representing Waters Creek and the upper parrish of Elizabeth City. In he was Justice of the Peace, and in he was a Member of the Council of State.

Captain Thomas Willoughby was granted 2, acres of land for the transportation of 28 people to Virginia. Henry Sewell and a Captain Sibley were authorized by the court of Elizabeth City to build a church at Sewell's Point. From Wikipedia, "Aboutthe Elizabeth River Parish was created.

The first Anglican church of Elizabeth River Parish was erected between and at "Mr. Seawell's Pointe" with assistance of Thomas : Sewell Cemetery (Defunct), Norfolk, Norfolk .The Wiggins Family. The Raulersons She then married, in January,John G. Thomas, who was a blockade runner during the Civil War and owned acres of what is now Plant City.

The younger son, James, took the Thomas name, and the older son was killed by a train about Eliza Ann Brannen Thomas died Aug Adam Thoroughgood (), Thomas Willoughby () and Henry Woodhouse III ( - ) owned practically all the land between what became Willoughby Spit and the Atlantic Ocean fronting on the Chesapeake Bay in the early 17 th century.