There is an extensive lineage below at bottom of this page with wills and various supporting documents.
He was born c. The second holding of that land may be him or by it may have transferred his son Captain Robert no record of transfer or will both are known as Robert Hicks. Note the land adjoins the land of John Evans Sr. There are at least two John Evans Sr.
According to The ancestry of Tennessee Williams - Page 38; Mary of Charles Co. Then there is Robert m.
Robert is not mentioned in Captain Robert's will or Frances will- perhaps he was rejected by the family or as I thought initially he was the son of a relative.
Other sources have father Robert the taylor of Captain Robert marrying Winnifred Evans and having another son John who m.
Marsh, Morris Joyce, Hen. Clark, Tomasin Harris, Jno.
Pledge, Mary Browne, Jno. Drennett, Barbara Petingall, Cha. Virginia Patent Book 6, page At the bottom of this page below the chart are some online articles which may or may not be accurate: Deep Bottom, acres Charles City Co. Snetgrove, Mary Drin, N. His nickname was "Robin. Woods land now belonging to Jones.
All the rooms have deep front and rear original sash windows, with thick Bath stone walls and treads that are still visible all the way up the atmospheric narrow staircase. Overall though, lovely people, a lovely cottage and a lovely time. Michael, United Kingdom welcoming, comfortable and a pleasure to stay at a home from home.
Court for April 2, , Mary wife of John Evans relinquished her right of dower in the said lands conveyed. Presented in Court on March 17, Book , page 84, Surry County, Virginia] [Item 3] Indenture made the 1st day of April, , between Robert Hicks of Brunswick County on the one part and Thomas Jacobs and Tabetha Jacobs, his wife, daughter to the said Robert Hicks of the other part, for 10 pounds, conveying one certain tract or pearsall sic of land containing one hundred acres lying in Brunswick County on the North side of Meherin River, to Thomas Jacobs and Tabetha Jacobs, his wife, for and during their natural life and hafter or their decease unto Thomas Jacobs and John Jacobs, sons to the said Thomas Jacobs and Tabetha, his wife.
Signed by Robert Hicks and Frances Hicks.
We enjoyed playing in the pool. A lovely walk around the castle and woods early in the morning was fabulous.
Witnessed by John Irby and Jane Roberts. Presented to Court on the 3rd day of April,
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