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Personal data Elizabeth Ann Whitley 

Sources 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Relationship Elizabeth Ann Whitley


Ancestors (and descendant) of Elizabeth Ann Whitley

Thomas Moss
± 1613-1669
John Whitley
1628-????
Ann Moss
± 1634-????

Elizabeth Ann Whitley
-1694

(1) 

John Williams
1651-????

John Williams
1671-1758
Richard Williams
± 1674-????
Jane Williams
± 1681-????
Nicholas Williams
± 1686-1749
(2) 

Durham
????-


Household of Elizabeth Ann Whitley

Sources 4, 3

She is married to (1) John Williams on 21-02-1668/1669 at Isle Of Wight,va, she was 21 years old.

Child(ren):

  1. John Williams  1671-1758 
  2. William Williams  ????-1711
  3. Thomas Williams  ????-
  4. Mary Williams  ????-
  5. Elizabeth Williams  ????-
  6. Bridget Ann Williams  -1721 
  7. Richard Williams  ± 1674-????
  8. Jane Williams  ± 1681-????
  9. Theophilous Williams  ± 1684-????
  10. Nicholas Williams  ± 1686-1749

She had a relationship with Durham

Notes about Elizabeth Ann Whitley

Her given name was either Elizabeth or Ann, or probably Elizabeth Ann, who was called Ann by her husband. That John Williams married a daughter of John Whitley is evidenced by the will of John Whitley, dated 1670, who named his son-in-law John Williams as the father of Ann, and named only one daughter Elizabeth, who was given one floral bed, one rug, one new pair of sheets, one pewter basin, and one great pewter platter. In 1671, Ann Whitley, the widow of John Whitley, made a deed of gift to her daughter Elizabeth (the only daughter named) and to her granddaughter Elizabeth, daughter of John Williams. In John William's will, dated 1691/92, he identified his wife as Ann. From these records, it can be infered that John Whitley and his wife Ann had a daughter named Elizabeth Ann, or that they had two daughters, Elizabeth and Ann. Adding to this bit of uncertainty is the Isle of Wight County marriage records, which shows a John Williams married ______ Whitley, daughter of John Whitley in 1671. If this marriage record is accurate, then one could speculate that John Williams was married twice, and his two wives were sisters. After her husband John died, Anne married Arnold Shumarke about 1694. Records show that Arnold gave his consent on 21 May 1694 for Anne to provide the following deed of gift to her children: Anne Williams, widow of John Williams, by deed of gift, dated April 1694, gave to her loving children: John, a chest; William, 2 cows; Thomas, cattle; Mary, pewter and wearing apparel; 7 year old Nicholas, his father's musket when he reaches age 18; Richard, his father's sword when he reaches age 18; Jane, wearing apparel and pewter when she turns 18; and daughter Elizabeth Wright, wearing apparel. (Ref: The George Whitley Family by Walter Charles Whitley; Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight Virginia by John B Boddie; Marriages of Isle of Wight County Virginia by Blanche A Chapman; Historical Southern Families, Vol 6 by John B Boddie; Whatley Grandfathers, Revisited by Mary E Whatley Jones)

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Sources

  1. #4185, September 3, 2003
  2. #4182, August 9, 2003
  3. GEDCOM File : Sept 04.ged, Jennifer Kaser, August 25, 2004
  4. GEDCOM File : ~AT5123.ged, November 10, 2003
  5. #4183, November 1, 2001
  6. #4184, August 9, 2003

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