Mary Pope1

F, b. say 1693, d. between 1702 and 1715
FatherRichard Pope1 b. s 1665, d. s Jul 1701
MotherAnn Mayo Pope Delamare Scarborough1 b. s 1670, d. s Mar 1719/20
     Mary Pope was born say 1693 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 They witnessed an unknown person 's death at Pasquotank County, North Carolina, say July 1701. Richard's will was dated 23 jun 1701 (Will of richard Pope, Secretary of State Records, North Carolina Wills, 1663-1789, North Carolina State Archives.)1 She died between 1702 and 1715 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1

Citations

  1. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 8.

Francis Delamare1

M, b. say 1665, d. say 1713
     Francis Delamare was born say 1665 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 He married Ann Mayo Pope Delamare Scarborough say 1704 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 Francis died say 1713 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina. "by 8 July 1704 and before 23 October 1713 she was married to Francis Delamare." - had some children, called "the Delamare infants" wen Ann listed her surviving children..1

Family

Ann Mayo Pope Delamare Scarborough b. s 1670, d. s Mar 1719/20

Citations

  1. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 8.

Augustine Scarborough1

M, b. say 1665, d. say 1715
     Augustine Scarborough was born say 1665 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 He married Ann Mayo Pope Delamare Scarborough say 1714 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 Augustine died say 1715 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina. "at some point after 1713 she married Augustine Scarborough (as mentioned in her will)..1

Family

Ann Mayo Pope Delamare Scarborough b. s 1670, d. s Mar 1719/20

Citations

  1. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 8.

Daniel Chancy1

M, b. 1712, d. 1754
FatherEdmund Chancy1 b. 1667, d. 1754
MotherSarah Keele1 b. 1667, d. 1754
     Daniel Chancy was born in 1712 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 As of 1725, Daniel Chancy was also known as Daniel Chance.2 They witnessed Mary Butler's death at Pasquotank County, North Carolina, between 13 January 1724/25 and 20 August 1725. "Will of Mary Relfe
In the name of God Amen
The thirteenth day of January/ in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and / Twenty Four Five I Mary Relfe of the Precinct of / pasquotank in Ye county of Albemarle of the Province of Nor Carolina Widow being Very sick & weak in body but of Perfect Mind and Memory Praise be given to God for the same and at this present calling to Mind ye/ Mortality of This life and of my body Knowing it is/ appointed for all Men once to Die do Thearfore make/ ordain Constitute Authorize and Appoint This my proper Last will and Testament, Disanuling & Disalowing/ Renouncing & Revoking All and Every other and all/ other Wills Testaments Legacies bequeaths or bequests/ or any thing of Ye nature by me formerly made or / Given & Ratifying & Confirming This and onely this/ To be My proper last Will and Testament in this / Manner and Form Following
Imp I yeild my soul up to Almighty God Who Gave it to me/ and my body to be buried in a Christian like manner/ and ye Discretion of My Executor hereafter named
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Chance / My Mulatto Girl named Sarah [ ] all the Time She has/ to serve as by Indenture appears and if my Daughter Sarah/ Should decease before the Term of Th[ ] The Said / Melato Girl to be free
Item I give to my Sarah Chance To her/ and her heirs my Great Brass Kettle, one Warming pan one brass / Mortar Two brass candlesticks and my feather bed and furniture/ Which I always Slept on.
Item I give and bequeath tomy two granddaughters Mary & Ann Palin / my Chest and the effects therein to be Equally Divided be/Tween them & my two Trunks Ye Biggest to Ye eldest and the / Least to Ye youngest
Item I give & bequeath to my Granson Daniel Chance one of [ ] bed and furniture on Tr[ ] one cow with all her increase.
Item I Give Unto William Roads my Ovell Table and Ye Chest That Was/ My Son Thomas Relf's and all my Chaires and a peice of land up/ the River Ye Remaining part of his patent to him & his heirs/ for ever and a third part of all my Coopers & other tools
Item: I give to my granddaughter Mary Keell My Bble.2 Daniel Chancy married Ann Overman on 12 April 1733 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 Daniel Chancy died in 1754 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1

Family

Ann Overman b. 7 Aug 1714, d. 4 Jan 1775

Citations

  1. [S2] Heather Schaub, 25 Aug 2001, Buxton-Baker-Stout-Brownell-Briggs-Dickenson Family Tree.
  2. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 16.

Ann Overman1

F, b. 7 August 1714, d. 4 January 1775
     Ann Overman was born on 7 August 1714 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 As of 12 April 1733,her married name was Chancy.1 She married Daniel Chancy, son of Edmund Chancy and Sarah Keele, on 12 April 1733 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 Ann Overman died on 4 January 1775 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina, at age 60.1

Family

Daniel Chancy b. 1712, d. 1754

Citations

  1. [S2] Heather Schaub, 25 Aug 2001, Buxton-Baker-Stout-Brownell-Briggs-Dickenson Family Tree.

Ann Butler1

F, b. say 1663, d. 1714
FatherThomas Keele2 b. s 1640, d. 1682
MotherMary Butler1 b. s 1645, d. bt 13 Jan 1724/25 - 20 Aug 1725
     Ann Butler was also known as Ann Keele.3 Ann Butler was also known as Susannah Keele.4 She is included in the biography of Capt Thomas Relfe; Relfe (Ralph, Relph, Rolfe) Thomas (ca 1645- 1713 or 1714) jurist, legislator, provost marshall, and surveyor general, was the son of Dr. Thomas and Dorothy Relfe, who moved from Virginia to the Carolina colony about 1663. it has been suggested that Dr. Relfe may have been the son of he early Jamestown settler John Rolfe and his Indian wife Pocahontas. The theory rests on circumstantial evidence and an assumption as to the "correct" spelling of the name Relfe (Rolfe) w hich has many variants in the old manuscripts. More substantial evidence would be necessary to establish the theory as a fact.
On 25 Sep 1663 Dr Relfe was issued a patent for 750 acres of land in the Carolina colony, then called Albemarle. About that time the family moved to the grant which was on the Pasquotank River. In addition to the parents, the family included son Thomas, then about eighteen years old, and a younger son, William. Several relatives of the Relfes moved to Albemarle about the same time, including the families of Richard Roads (Rhodes) and John and William Jennings, but the relationships are not clear. There also were other Carolina settlers named Relfe, but they appear in the records a little later and their relationship if any is unknown.
The sparse surviving records of Albemarle tell little about the Relfe family's early years in the colony. Dr. Relfe probably died before March 1680, when a court ordered John Jennings to return an account of the estate of a Thos. Roelph. No later reference to the doctor has been found, nor is there information respecting his wife.
By 6 Jan 1689/90 Thomas Relfe was a justice of Pasquotank Precinct Court, an office that he also held in1694 and 1700. No doubt he servd on the court in some or all of the intervening years, for their there are virtually no extant records of that court. By the 1690's Relfe bore the title of captain, whih suggests that he was active in the militia.
About 1683 Thomas Relfe married Mary Keile (Keele), widow of Thomas Kiele. Before her marriage to Kiele, Mary appears to have been married to one Butler and to have had a daughter, Ann, by him. She had three children by Keile - Thomas, Sarah, and Robert -- and she bore Relfe two children - Thomas and Dorothy. Relfe was guardian as well as stepfather to the Keile children. Yet another member of his household was William Roads, who also was Relfe's ward. Roads was either Relfe's nephew or his wife's.
Relfe continud to live in Pasquotank Precinct, where his parents had settled. he owned at least 600 acres of land in addition to that inherited from his father. His brother William also lived in Pasquotank and had extensive landholdings. Both Thomas and William servd on the Anglican church vestry for the Pasquotank parish. They were strongly opposed to permitting Quakers to serve in governmental positions.
In 1694 the General Court appointed Thomas and William Relfe administrators of the estate of Elizabeth Roads (widow of Richard Roads) as "nearest of kin" to the orphans. IN spite of their being designated "nearest of kin," a later court (in 1695) granted guarianship of two of the Roads orphans to Dorothy Jennings, wife of John Jennings, in compliance with a petition in which Dorothy identified herself as 'grandmother and nearest of kin' to the orphans. The William Roads who was reared by Thomas and Mary Relfe appears to have been a third orphan of Richard and Elizabeth Roads. These and other records indicate that Thomas and William Relfe were close kin to Dorothy Jennings and to either Richard Roads or his wife Elizabeth, but they do not make their relationships clear.
Thomas Relfe was politically active much of his life. In addition to sitting on the Pasquotank Court, he held offices significant to the entire colony. On 27 Sep 1794 he took oath as provost marshall (high sheriff) for Albemarle an office he held through December 1696. From July 1696 through March 1702/3 he served as deputy for the surveyor general. By commission dated 26 Aug 1703 Relfe himself was appointed surveyor general, a position he held until some date in 1705. He was a member of gthe Assembly in 1711 an perhaps other years. In July 1712 he became justice of the General Court, on which he sat through August 1713.
Relfe died between 26 Oct 1713, when he made a deposition in a lawsuit, and 10 Aug 1714, when the governor and Council ordered payment to Mary Relfe of money due her deceased husband. In the deposition he gavve his age as sixty-eight. For some reason his will, made in 1704, was not probated until 1720. in the will, Relfe named as legatees his wife Mary, his son Thomas, his daughter Dorothy, and William Roads.
Mary Relfe died between 13 jan 1724/25, when she made her will, and 20 Aug 1725, when her will was probated. Apparently, both of her children by Relfe and one of her sons by Keile already had died, for her legatees did not include her daughter Dorothy Relfe or her sons Thomas Relfe and Thomas Keile. Indeed, she bequeathed "the chest that was my son Thomas Relfes' to William Roads, as well as other items of substantial value, including land. Possibly the bequest of land was confirmation of a bequest by her husband, who had bequeathed a tract of land to William Roads on condition that "he stays with his aunt until he comes of age." Mary Relfe's legatees also included Wiliam Relfe's two grandchildren, Thomas and Mary Relfe as well as her daughters Ann and Sarah, her son Robert Kele, and members of their families.1 Ann Butler was born say 1663 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina; About 1683 Thomas Relfe married Mary Keile (Keele), widow of Thomas Kiele. Before her marriage to Kiele, Mary appears to have been married to one Butler and to have had a daughter, Ann, by him.1 She was born circa 1669 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.3 She married Thomas Palen at Pasquotank County, North Carolina, say 1690.3 As of say 1690,her married name was Palen.3 As of say 1690,her married name was Palin.5 Ann Butler died in 1714 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.3

Family

Thomas Palen b. c 1672, d. 1 Aug 1733
Children

Citations

  1. [S1258] Mattie Erma E Parker, Relfe (Ralph, Relph, Rolfe) Thomas,.
  2. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 16.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Worrell, Tracy, Olson, Adams, Pettigrew, jarman, Terry, other.
  4. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  5. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Thomas Keele1

M, b. say 1675, d. between 1676 and 1724
FatherThomas Keele1 b. s 1640, d. 1682
MotherMary Butler1 b. s 1645, d. bt 13 Jan 1724/25 - 20 Aug 1725
     Thomas Keele is mentioned in the biography of Capt Thomas Relfe; Relfe (Ralph, Relph, Rolfe) Thomas (ca 1645- 1713 or 1714) jurist, legislator, provost marshall, and surveyor general, was the son of Dr. Thomas and Dorothy Relfe, who moved from Virginia to the Carolina colony about 1663. it has been suggested that Dr. Relfe may have been the son of he early Jamestown settler John Rolfe and his Indian wife Pocahontas. The theory rests on circumstantial evidence and an assumption as to the "correct" spelling of the name Relfe (Rolfe) w hich has many variants in the old manuscripts. More substantial evidence would be necessary to establish the theory as a fact.
On 25 Sep 1663 Dr Relfe was issued a patent for 750 acres of land in the Carolina colony, then called Albemarle. About that time the family moved to the grant which was on the Pasquotank River. In addition to the parents, the family included son Thomas, then about eighteen years old, and a younger son, William. Several relatives of the Relfes moved to Albemarle about the same time, including the families of Richard Roads (Rhodes) and John and William Jennings, but the relationships are not clear. There also were other Carolina settlers named Relfe, but they appear in the records a little later and their relationship if any is unknown.
The sparse surviving records of Albemarle tell little about the Relfe family's early years in the colony. Dr. Relfe probably died before March 1680, when a court ordered John Jennings to return an account of the estate of a Thos. Roelph. No later reference to the doctor has been found, nor is there information respecting his wife.
By 6 Jan 1689/90 Thomas Relfe was a justice of Pasquotank Precinct Court, an office that he also held in1694 and 1700. No doubt he servd on the court in some or all of the intervening years, for their there are virtually no extant records of that court. By the 1690's Relfe bore the title of captain, whih suggests that he was active in the militia.
About 1683 Thomas Relfe married Mary Keile (Keele), widow of Thomas Kiele. Before her marriage to Kiele, Mary appears to have been married to one Butler and to have had a daughter, Ann, by him. She had three children by Keile - Thomas, Sarah, and Robert -- and she bore Relfe two children - Thomas and Dorothy. Relfe was guardian as well as stepfather to the Keile children. Yet another member of his household was William Roads, who also was Relfe's ward. Roads was either Relfe's nephew or his wife's.
Relfe continud to live in Pasquotank Precinct, where his parents had settled. he owned at least 600 acres of land in addition to that inherited from his father. His brother William also lived in Pasquotank and had extensive landholdings. Both Thomas and William servd on the Anglican church vestry for the Pasquotank parish. They were strongly opposed to permitting Quakers to serve in governmental positions.
In 1694 the General Court appointed Thomas and William Relfe administrators of the estate of Elizabeth Roads (widow of Richard Roads) as "nearest of kin" to the orphans. IN spite of their being designated "nearest of kin," a later court (in 1695) granted guarianship of two of the Roads orphans to Dorothy Jennings, wife of John Jennings, in compliance with a petition in which Dorothy identified herself as 'grandmother and nearest of kin' to the orphans. The William Roads who was reared by Thomas and Mary Relfe appears to have been a third orphan of Richard and Elizabeth Roads. These and other records indicate that Thomas and William Relfe were close kin to Dorothy Jennings and to either Richard Roads or his wife Elizabeth, but they do not make their relationships clear.
Thomas Relfe was politically active much of his life. In addition to sitting on the Pasquotank Court, he held offices significant to the entire colony. On 27 Sep 1794 he took oath as provost marshall (high sheriff) for Albemarle an office he held through December 1696. From July 1696 through March 1702/3 he served as deputy for the surveyor general. By commission dated 26 Aug 1703 Relfe himself was appointed surveyor general, a position he held until some date in 1705. He was a member of gthe Assembly in 1711 an perhaps other years. In July 1712 he became justice of the General Court, on which he sat through August 1713.
Relfe died between 26 Oct 1713, when he made a deposition in a lawsuit, and 10 Aug 1714, when the governor and Council ordered payment to Mary Relfe of money due her deceased husband. In the deposition he gavve his age as sixty-eight. For some reason his will, made in 1704, was not probated until 1720. in the will, Relfe named as legatees his wife Mary, his son Thomas, his daughter Dorothy, and William Roads.
Mary Relfe died between 13 jan 1724/25, when she made her will, and 20 Aug 1725, when her will was probated. Apparently, both of her children by Relfe and one of her sons by Keile already had died, for her legatees did not include her daughter Dorothy Relfe or her sons Thomas Relfe and Thomas Keile. Indeed, she bequeathed "the chest that was my son Thomas Relfes' to William Roads, as well as other items of substantial value, including land. Possibly the bequest of land was confirmation of a bequest by her husband, who had bequeathed a tract of land to William Roads on condition that "he stays with his aunt until he comes of age." Mary Relfe's legatees also included Wiliam Relfe's two grandchildren, Thomas and Mary Relfe as well as her daughters Ann and Sarah, her son Robert Kele, and members of their families.1 Thomas Keele was born say 1675 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 He died between 1676 and 1724 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina; not alive 1725 when Mary wrote her will.1

Citations

  1. [S1258] Mattie Erma E Parker, Relfe (Ralph, Relph, Rolfe) Thomas,.

William Roads1

M, b. say 1693, d. between 1705 and 1750
FatherRichard Roads1 b. s 1665, d. bt 22 Mar 1693/94 - 1695
MotherElizabeth Relfe1 b. c 1670, d. 1694
     William Roads is mentioned in the biography of Capt Thomas Relfe; Relfe (Ralph, Relph, Rolfe) Thomas (ca 1645- 1713 or 1714) jurist, legislator, provost marshall, and surveyor general, was the son of Dr. Thomas and Dorothy Relfe, who moved from Virginia to the Carolina colony about 1663. it has been suggested that Dr. Relfe may have been the son of he early Jamestown settler John Rolfe and his Indian wife Pocahontas. The theory rests on circumstantial evidence and an assumption as to the "correct" spelling of the name Relfe (Rolfe) w hich has many variants in the old manuscripts. More substantial evidence would be necessary to establish the theory as a fact.
On 25 Sep 1663 Dr Relfe was issued a patent for 750 acres of land in the Carolina colony, then called Albemarle. About that time the family moved to the grant which was on the Pasquotank River. In addition to the parents, the family included son Thomas, then about eighteen years old, and a younger son, William. Several relatives of the Relfes moved to Albemarle about the same time, including the families of Richard Roads (Rhodes) and John and William Jennings, but the relationships are not clear. There also were other Carolina settlers named Relfe, but they appear in the records a little later and their relationship if any is unknown.
The sparse surviving records of Albemarle tell little about the Relfe family's early years in the colony. Dr. Relfe probably died before March 1680, when a court ordered John Jennings to return an account of the estate of a Thos. Roelph. No later reference to the doctor has been found, nor is there information respecting his wife.
By 6 Jan 1689/90 Thomas Relfe was a justice of Pasquotank Precinct Court, an office that he also held in1694 and 1700. No doubt he servd on the court in some or all of the intervening years, for their there are virtually no extant records of that court. By the 1690's Relfe bore the title of captain, whih suggests that he was active in the militia.
About 1683 Thomas Relfe married Mary Keile (Keele), widow of Thomas Kiele. Before her marriage to Kiele, Mary appears to have been married to one Butler and to have had a daughter, Ann, by him. She had three children by Keile - Thomas, Sarah, and Robert -- and she bore Relfe two children - Thomas and Dorothy. Relfe was guardian as well as stepfather to the Keile children. Yet another member of his household was William Roads, who also was Relfe's ward. Roads was either Relfe's nephew or his wife's.
Relfe continud to live in Pasquotank Precinct, where his parents had settled. he owned at least 600 acres of land in addition to that inherited from his father. His brother William also lived in Pasquotank and had extensive landholdings. Both Thomas and William servd on the Anglican church vestry for the Pasquotank parish. They were strongly opposed to permitting Quakers to serve in governmental positions.
In 1694 the General Court appointed Thomas and William Relfe administrators of the estate of Elizabeth Roads (widow of Richard Roads) as "nearest of kin" to the orphans. IN spite of their being designated "nearest of kin," a later court (in 1695) granted guarianship of two of the Roads orphans to Dorothy Jennings, wife of John Jennings, in compliance with a petition in which Dorothy identified herself as 'grandmother and nearest of kin' to the orphans. The William Roads who was reared by Thomas and Mary Relfe appears to have been a third orphan of Richard and Elizabeth Roads. These and other records indicate that Thomas and William Relfe were close kin to Dorothy Jennings and to either Richard Roads or his wife Elizabeth, but they do not make their relationships clear.
Thomas Relfe was politically active much of his life. In addition to sitting on the Pasquotank Court, he held offices significant to the entire colony. On 27 Sep 1794 he took oath as provost marshall (high sheriff) for Albemarle an office he held through December 1696. From July 1696 through March 1702/3 he served as deputy for the surveyor general. By commission dated 26 Aug 1703 Relfe himself was appointed surveyor general, a position he held until some date in 1705. He was a member of gthe Assembly in 1711 an perhaps other years. In July 1712 he became justice of the General Court, on which he sat through August 1713.
Relfe died between 26 Oct 1713, when he made a deposition in a lawsuit, and 10 Aug 1714, when the governor and Council ordered payment to Mary Relfe of money due her deceased husband. In the deposition he gavve his age as sixty-eight. For some reason his will, made in 1704, was not probated until 1720. in the will, Relfe named as legatees his wife Mary, his son Thomas, his daughter Dorothy, and William Roads.
Mary Relfe died between 13 jan 1724/25, when she made her will, and 20 Aug 1725, when her will was probated. Apparently, both of her children by Relfe and one of her sons by Keile already had died, for her legatees did not include her daughter Dorothy Relfe or her sons Thomas Relfe and Thomas Keile. Indeed, she bequeathed "the chest that was my son Thomas Relfes' to William Roads, as well as other items of substantial value, including land. Possibly the bequest of land was confirmation of a bequest by her husband, who had bequeathed a tract of land to William Roads on condition that "he stays with his aunt until he comes of age." Mary Relfe's legatees also included Wiliam Relfe's two grandchildren, Thomas and Mary Relfe as well as her daughters Ann and Sarah, her son Robert Kele, and members of their families.1 William Roads was born say 1693 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina; Yet another member of his household was William Roads, who also was Relfe's ward. Roads was either Relfe's nephew or his wife's.1 In Capt Thomas Relfe's will on 10 April 1704 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina, Dorothy, Thomas and William was named as an heir.2 He died between 1705 and 1750 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina. They witnessed Mary Butler's death at Pasquotank County, North Carolina, between 13 January 1724/25 and 20 August 1725. "Will of Mary Relfe
In the name of God Amen
The thirteenth day of January/ in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and / Twenty Four Five I Mary Relfe of the Precinct of / pasquotank in Ye county of Albemarle of the Province of Nor Carolina Widow being Very sick & weak in body but of Perfect Mind and Memory Praise be given to God for the same and at this present calling to Mind ye/ Mortality of This life and of my body Knowing it is/ appointed for all Men once to Die do Thearfore make/ ordain Constitute Authorize and Appoint This my proper Last will and Testament, Disanuling & Disalowing/ Renouncing & Revoking All and Every other and all/ other Wills Testaments Legacies bequeaths or bequests/ or any thing of Ye nature by me formerly made or / Given & Ratifying & Confirming This and onely this/ To be My proper last Will and Testament in this / Manner and Form Following
Imp I yeild my soul up to Almighty God Who Gave it to me/ and my body to be buried in a Christian like manner/ and ye Discretion of My Executor hereafter named
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Chance / My Mulatto Girl named Sarah [ ] all the Time She has/ to serve as by Indenture appears and if my Daughter Sarah/ Should decease before the Term of Th[ ] The Said / Melato Girl to be free
Item I give to my Sarah Chance To her/ and her heirs my Great Brass Kettle, one Warming pan one brass / Mortar Two brass candlesticks and my feather bed and furniture/ Which I always Slept on.
Item I give and bequeath tomy two granddaughters Mary & Ann Palin / my Chest and the effects therein to be Equally Divided be/Tween them & my two Trunks Ye Biggest to Ye eldest and the / Least to Ye youngest
Item I give & bequeath to my Granson Daniel Chance one of [ ] bed and furniture on Tr[ ] one cow with all her increase.
Item I Give Unto William Roads my Ovell Table and Ye Chest That Was/ My Son Thomas Relf's and all my Chaires and a peice of land up/ the River Ye Remaining part of his patent to him & his heirs/ for ever and a third part of all my Coopers & other tools
Item: I give to my granddaughter Mary Keell My Bble.3

Citations

  1. [S1258] Mattie Erma E Parker, Relfe (Ralph, Relph, Rolfe) Thomas,.
  2. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 15.
  3. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 16.

Thomas III Relfe1

M, b. between 1720 and 1725, d. 11 February 1772
     Thomas III Relfe was born between 1720 and 1725 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 He married Mary Smithson in 1745 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.2 Thomas III Relfe was taxed "Relfe Thomas Sr 4 m 4 f slaves 1769" in 1769 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.3 As of 1769, Thomas III Relfe was also known as Thomas Relfe Sr.4 He died on 11 February 1772 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1

Family

Mary Smithson b. bt 1720 - 1725, d. 1772
Child

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, milesmged.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S1229] Clarence E Ratcliff, NC Taxpayers 1701-1786, source - North Carolina State Archives, microfil roll 155.108.
  4. [S1229] Clarence E Ratcliff, NC Taxpayers 1701-1786.

Mary Keele1

F, b. say 1707, d. between 1725 and 1797
FatherRobert Keele1 b. c 1680, d. bt 1725 - 1750
MotherTamer ?1 b. s 1686, d. bt 1707 - 1776
     Mary Keele was born say 1707 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina; mentioned in grandmother's will; not sure whether she is daughter of Robert Keele or of Thomas Keele.1 She died between 1725 and 1797 at Pasquotank County, North Carolina.1 They witnessed Mary Butler's death at Pasquotank County, North Carolina, between 13 January 1724/25 and 20 August 1725. "Will of Mary Relfe
In the name of God Amen
The thirteenth day of January/ in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and / Twenty Four Five I Mary Relfe of the Precinct of / pasquotank in Ye county of Albemarle of the Province of Nor Carolina Widow being Very sick & weak in body but of Perfect Mind and Memory Praise be given to God for the same and at this present calling to Mind ye/ Mortality of This life and of my body Knowing it is/ appointed for all Men once to Die do Thearfore make/ ordain Constitute Authorize and Appoint This my proper Last will and Testament, Disanuling & Disalowing/ Renouncing & Revoking All and Every other and all/ other Wills Testaments Legacies bequeaths or bequests/ or any thing of Ye nature by me formerly made or / Given & Ratifying & Confirming This and onely this/ To be My proper last Will and Testament in this / Manner and Form Following
Imp I yeild my soul up to Almighty God Who Gave it to me/ and my body to be buried in a Christian like manner/ and ye Discretion of My Executor hereafter named
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Chance / My Mulatto Girl named Sarah [ ] all the Time She has/ to serve as by Indenture appears and if my Daughter Sarah/ Should decease before the Term of Th[ ] The Said / Melato Girl to be free
Item I give to my Sarah Chance To her/ and her heirs my Great Brass Kettle, one Warming pan one brass / Mortar Two brass candlesticks and my feather bed and furniture/ Which I always Slept on.
Item I give and bequeath tomy two granddaughters Mary & Ann Palin / my Chest and the effects therein to be Equally Divided be/Tween them & my two Trunks Ye Biggest to Ye eldest and the / Least to Ye youngest
Item I give & bequeath to my Granson Daniel Chance one of [ ] bed and furniture on Tr[ ] one cow with all her increase.
Item I Give Unto William Roads my Ovell Table and Ye Chest That Was/ My Son Thomas Relf's and all my Chaires and a peice of land up/ the River Ye Remaining part of his patent to him & his heirs/ for ever and a third part of all my Coopers & other tools
Item: I give to my granddaughter Mary Keell My Bble.2

Citations

  1. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 17.
  2. [S182] John A Brayton, Rolfe/ Relfe- Jennings: The Unclosed Case of an Unclosed Case, p 16.

Lena Cecil Hase1

F, b. 11 November 1900, d. 4 June 1923
FatherOscar Clarence Hase1 b. 20 Apr 1875, d. 2 Nov 1938
MotherEssie May Dillow1 b. 11 Oct 1881, d. 30 Jul 1935
     Lena Cecil Hase was born on 11 November 1900 at Dongola, Union County, Illinois.1 She died on 4 June 1923 at Union County, Illinois, at age 22.1

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gerald L Cruse Family Tree.

Theodore Enis Hase1

M, b. 8 September 1905, d. 28 January 1999
FatherOscar Clarence Hase1 b. 20 Apr 1875, d. 2 Nov 1938
MotherEssie May Dillow1 b. 11 Oct 1881, d. 30 Jul 1935
     Theodore Enis Hase was born on 8 September 1905 at Mill Creek, Union County, Illinois.1 He married Beulah Alma Miller, daughter of Jacob L Miller and Dora Louisa Brown, on 26 April 1926 at Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois.1 Theodore Enis Hase died on 28 January 1999 at Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, at age 93.1

Family

Beulah Alma Miller b. 21 Jun 1902, d. 6 Feb 1999

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gerald L Cruse Family Tree.

Beulah Alma Miller1

F, b. 21 June 1902, d. 6 February 1999
FatherJacob L Miller1 b. 16 Feb 1857, d. 30 Oct 1946
MotherDora Louisa Brown1 b. 12 Jun 1867, d. 5 Mar 1953
     Beulah Alma Miller was born on 21 June 1902 at Union County, Illinois.1 As of 26 April 1926,her married name was Hase.1 She married Theodore Enis Hase, son of Oscar Clarence Hase and Essie May Dillow, on 26 April 1926 at Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois.1 Beulah Alma Miller died on 6 February 1999 at Anna, Union County, Illinois, at age 96.1

Family

Theodore Enis Hase b. 8 Sep 1905, d. 28 Jan 1999

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gerald L Cruse Family Tree.

Harold Clarence Hase1

M, b. 15 September 1908, d. 29 November 1965
FatherOscar Clarence Hase1 b. 20 Apr 1875, d. 2 Nov 1938
MotherEssie May Dillow1 b. 11 Oct 1881, d. 30 Jul 1935
     Harold Clarence Hase was born on 15 September 1908 at Union County, Illinois.1 He married Reba Maldetta Hinkle say 1929 at Union County, Illinois.1 Harold died on 29 November 1965 at Union County, Illinois, at age 57.1

Family

Reba Maldetta Hinkle b. 16 Sep 1909, d. 15 Aug 1993

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gerald L Cruse Family Tree.

Reba Maldetta Hinkle1

F, b. 16 September 1909, d. 15 August 1993
     Reba Maldetta Hinkle was born on 16 September 1909 at Chaffee, Scott County, Missouri.1 As of say 1929,her married name was Hase.1 She married Harold Clarence Hase, son of Oscar Clarence Hase and Essie May Dillow, say 1929 at Union County, Illinois.1 She witnessed Harold Clarence Hase's death at Union County, Illinois, on 29 November 1965.1 As of circa 1967,her married name was Miller.1 Reba Maldetta Hinkle married Glenn Hubert Miller circa 1967 at Union County, Illinois.1 Reba Maldetta Hinkle died on 15 August 1993 at Anna, Union County, Illinois, at age 83.1

Family 1

Harold Clarence Hase b. 15 Sep 1908, d. 29 Nov 1965

Family 2

Glenn Hubert Miller b. c 1908, d. c 1970

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gerald L Cruse Family Tree.

Glenn Hubert Miller1

M, b. circa 1908, d. circa 1970
     Glenn Hubert Miller was born circa 1908 at Union County, Illinois.1 He married Reba Maldetta Hinkle circa 1967 at Union County, Illinois.1 Glenn Hubert Miller died circa 1970 at Union County, Illinois.1

Family

Reba Maldetta Hinkle b. 16 Sep 1909, d. 15 Aug 1993

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gerald L Cruse Family Tree.

Love Pease1

F, b. 16 April 1763, d. 10 March 1853
     Love Pease was born on 16 April 1763 at Edgartown, Dukes County, Massachusetts.1,2 As of say 1790,her married name was Chandler.1 She married Jacob Chandler say 1790 at Maine.1 Love Pease died on 10 March 1853 at Franklin County, Maine, at age 89; Inscription: Ae 89 y 11m
Burial:
Beans Corner Cemetery
Franklin County
ME.3

Family

Jacob Chandler b. 2 Sep 1763, d. 6 May 1842

Citations

  1. [S1259] Pease Family, online history.vinyard.net/pease.htm.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Misc NE Families.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Love Chandler.

Lydia Johnson1

F, b. 7 December 1684, d. 2 August 1707
     Lydia Johnson was born on 7 December 1684 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts; daughter of John and Lydia (Clement) Johnson.1 As of circa 1706,her married name was Chase.1 She married James Chase circa 1706 at Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Lydia died on 2 August 1707 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 22. "Her father in his will dated 1 Aug 1732, refers to his daughter, Lydia Chase deceased, and bequeaths to his grandson John Chase. She died in Newbury, 2 August 1707.".1

Family

James Chase b. 15 Sep 1685, d. bt 8 Jun 1753 - 23 Jul 1753

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Seven generations of the descendants of Aquila and Thomas Chase
    p 53 of 645.

Alexander Lisk1

M, b. say 1820, d. say 1885
     Alexander Lisk was born say 1820 at New York.1 He married Sarah Kenyon, daughter of Benoni Kenyon and Hannah Ketcham, on 19 November 1862 at Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois.1 Alexander died say 1885 at Peoria County, Illinois. Sarah was a water cure physician, and had an MD degree. She inherited considerable property from Mr. Lisk..1

Family

Sarah Kenyon b. 8 Jul 1822, d. 3 Jul 1904

Citations

  1. [S419] Clark T. Kenyon, May 2003.

husband Lamb1

M, b. say 1820, d. between 1891 and 1910
     Husband Lamb was born say 1820 at New York.1 He married Sarah Kenyon, daughter of Benoni Kenyon and Hannah Ketcham, say 1890 at Peoria County, Illinois.1 Husband Lamb died between 1891 and 1910 at Peoria County, Illinois.1

Family

Sarah Kenyon b. 8 Jul 1822, d. 3 Jul 1904

Citations

  1. [S419] Clark T. Kenyon, May 2003.

Harriet Slocum1

F, b. 1 December 1832, d. between 1872 and 1922
     Harriet Slocum was born on 1 December 1832 at Rensselear County, New York.1 As of 8 May 1855,her married name was Kenyon.1 She married John Kenyon, son of Benoni Kenyon and Hannah Ketcham, on 8 May 1855 at Rensselear County, New York.1 Harriet Slocum died between 1872 and 1922 at Rensselear County, New York.1

Family

John Kenyon b. 9 Feb 1829, d. 16 Aug 1908

Citations

  1. [S419] Clark T. Kenyon, May 2003.

Infant Daughter Chesebro1

F, b. 5 October 1888, d. 20 January 1889
FatherOscar Chesebro1 b. 1 Sep 1855, d. 5 Oct 1889
MotherMary Jane Moore1 b. 20 Aug 1858, d. 3 Jul 1940
     Infant Daughter Chesebro was born on 5 October 1888 at Green County, Wisconsin.1 She died on 20 January 1889 at Green County, Wisconsin.1 She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Monroe, Green County, Wisconsin; Infant Daughter b Oct. 5, 1888 -
Jan. 20, 1889.1

Citations

  1. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Infant Daughter Chesebro.

Celista Dunwiddie1

F, b. 2 November 1849, d. 27 June 1942
     Celista Dunwiddie was born on 2 November 1849 at Spring Grove, Green County, Wisconsin.1 As of say 1875,her married name was Barnes.1 She married Alonzo Orlando Barnes say 1875 at Green County, Wisconsin.1 Celista Dunwiddie died on 27 June 1942 at Green County, Wisconsin, at age 92.1

Family

Alonzo Orlando Barnes b. 13 Feb 1843, d. 29 Apr 1900

Citations

  1. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Celista Dunwiddie Barnes.

Walter D Taylor1

M, b. 23 February 1882, d. November 1971
     Walter D Taylor was born on 23 February 1882 at Missouri.1 He married Bessie Imogene Chester, daughter of John D. Chester and Martha Jane Brown, on 23 October 1920 at Jackson, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri.1 Walter D Taylor died in November 1971 at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, at age 89.1

Family

Bessie Imogene Chester b. 3 Dec 1880, d. bt 1931 - 1970

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Adams Family Tree.

Sarah Hopkins1

F, b. say 1740, d. between 1807 and 1830
     Sarah Hopkins was born say 1740 at Connecticut.1 She married Noah Webster Sr at Hartford County, Connecticut, in 1806.1 As of 1806,her married name was Webster.1 Sarah Hopkins died between 1807 and 1830 at Connecticut.1

Family

Noah Webster Sr b. 25 Mar 1722, d. 9 Nov 1813

Citations

  1. [S1261] Noahwebsterhouse.org, online www.noahwebsterhouse.org.

Oliver Morton1

M, b. say 1775, d. say 1820
     Oliver Morton was born say 1775 at Franklin County, Massachusetts.1 He married Eunice Childs at Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, on 25 April 1799.1,2 Oliver died say 1820 at New York.1

Family

Eunice Childs b. 17 Aug 1778, d. bt 1823 - 1868

Citations

  1. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MA Town and Vital Records 1620-1988.

John Choate1

M, b. 28 May 1685, d. between 1686 and 1695
FatherDeacon John Choate1 b. 15 Jun 1661, d. 17 Jul 1733
MotherElizabeth Graves1 b. 29 Jun 1667, d. 19 May 1690
     John Choate was born on 28 May 1685 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 He died between 1686 and 1695 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; "I was deaf and dumb and died young."1

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Durkee-Burgoyne Family Tree.

Anne Choate1

F, b. 28 November 1689, d. 1708
FatherDeacon John Choate1 b. 15 Jun 1661, d. 17 Jul 1733
MotherElizabeth Graves1 b. 29 Jun 1667, d. 19 May 1690
     Anne Choate was born on 28 November 1689 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 As of 29 November 1706,her married name was Martin.1 She married George Martin at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 29 November 1706.1 Anne died in 1708 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Family

George Martin b. 17 Sep 1680, d. 15 Aug 1755

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Durkee-Burgoyne Family Tree.

George Martin1

M, b. 17 September 1680, d. 15 August 1755
     George Martin was born on 17 September 1680 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 He married Anne Choate at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 29 November 1706.1 He witnessed Anne Choate's death at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1708.1 George Martin married Mercy Durkee on 4 June 1709 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 He witnessed Mercy Durkee's death at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, on 1 August 1730.1 George Martin married Mercy Lincoln on 5 November 1730 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut.1 George Martin died on 15 August 1755 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 74.1

Family 1

Anne Choate b. 28 Nov 1689, d. 1708

Family 2

Mercy Durkee b. 1684, d. 1 Aug 1730

Family 3

Mercy Lincoln b. 1709, d. 4 Aug 1760

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Durkee-Burgoyne Family Tree.

Mercy Durkee1

F, b. 1684, d. 1 August 1730
     Mercy Durkee was born in 1684 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 As of 4 June 1709,her married name was Martin.1 She married George Martin on 4 June 1709 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Mercy died on 1 August 1730 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut.1

Family

George Martin b. 17 Sep 1680, d. 15 Aug 1755

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Durkee-Burgoyne Family Tree.