Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Francis MOSELEY

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Martha WATKINS

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Thomas EDWARDS Capt.

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Sarah MOSELEY

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The evidence that the daughter of Martha Cocke and Arthur Moseley married
this Thomas Edwards is mostly that he was a neighbor, as in page 240 Henrico
Co wills and deeds 1744-1748 where in a (Hancock to Friend) deed on Redwater
Run (now in Chesterfield Co) Thomas Edwards is listed as an adjacent landowner.
 Redwater Mill is listed in more than one Arthur Moseley will so Sarah
Moseley presumably lived near there; Also Chesterfield Co deed Book 1 page
428, also p.453 3 Aug recorded 1750 says Thomas Edwards a neighbor to an
Arthur Moseley on Proctors Creek; Chesterfield Deed book 3 page 364 Jan-Feb
1761 wife of Thomas Edwards (deed to son Peter Edwards) released her dower but
doesn't give her name in the Weisinger abstracts (probably because not given
in original); The Turpin Note Book in Virginia Genealogist 31(1987): 5
(mentions only daughter, Martha and son, John as being from this (?surname)
marriage and it says Martha had (in addition to Sarah) a daughter, Martha who
died young; Sarah's marriage information there is unreadable now, but mentions
a word Floyd.
 FLOYD:
all that is certain is that Charles and Sarah Floyd's daughter martha married
the arthur moseley born bef 1744 who was nephew of the sarah moseley (who as
above apparently married a Floyd)  dtr of arthur and martha (cocke) moseley.
We decided mrs sarah floyd was the same as sarah moseley--but you would be
correct that we assert that without complete proof;


Emperor MOSELEY

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A ship builder. He's named in grandfather, Tully Emperor's will of 1722/3
he was born before that. Page 34 of Creecy's Loose Papers: 29 Dec 1764 Emperor
is declared to have absconded from Princess Anne County.
!SOURCES: Blankenship,  pages 297-317; Combs, pages 1-26; Walter's charts.
Page 96-97 Edenton Dist NC Loose Estates Papers 1756-1806 Vol 2 abstracted by
Stephen E. Bradley Jr.
LDS fhl salt lake film #0001043 asserts there also was kid mary md N.Cook of MA
and the other siblings thomas maybe later of craven co NC, Eliz who d. 1783.


Elizabeth

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LDS FHL microfilm #0001043: emperors widow married robt todd merchant
it says they probably went to KY.


Joseph MOSELEY Capt.

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He was a sea captain living in Salem, Massachusetts.  He at one time
commanded the famous privateer "Grand Turk", belonging to Elias Haskett Derby
of Salem.  He was shot in the North Sea by a Marine sniper in a French
privateer. There's a memorial to him in Salem, MA.
!SOURCES: Blankenship,  pages 297-317; Combs, pages 1-26; Forsythe; Walter; VA
Mag. Hist. & Biog. XL:382-3.


Abigail MOSELEY

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Charts ca. 1983 by Alice Granbery Walter LDS FHC microfilm # 1231524 item 2.


Emperor MOSELEY

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He died without issue, while on an ocean voyage from Salem to Calcutta on the
ship "Hope".


Emperor MOSELEY Capt.

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According to Pr. Anne Deed Bk 9:420 and VA Mag Hist & Biog XL:382-3 he was a
ship's captain and a master mariner, living in Edenton, Chowan Co., N.C.
Death: Yearbook Pasquotank Hist Soc Vol 4 "unpublished bible records of
Northeastern NC, etc"  this is from the Butler Bible.
  Page 137 Clarence E. Ratcliff, North Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790 Vol 2 Gen
Pub Co, Baltimore 1987: a Gimmeser appears in the Pasquotank 1779 tax list
followed by Emperor  in the 1782 tax list--a didn't compile them a separate
individuals since  there are a few letters in common between Emperor and
Gimmeser so possibly  Gimmeser was a poor transcription of Emperor? (also
Emperor's family  is otherwise quite carefully documented for the mid 1700's
so we didn't want to mess it up with an asserted brother based upon one tax lis
inference.
  Emperor family on p.28 of 1790 Pasquotank Co, NC, US Census: 01, 02, 05,
00, 00 . Apparently we have omitted an unknown son and a couple daughters, but
they might possibly be hired help or aunts etc.
  He was alive in 1791 on page 70 in Estate #295 Edenton Dist NC Loose
Estates Papers 1756-1806 Vol 3 abstracted by Stephen E. Bradley, Jr.


Mary Miriam NASH

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Widow of William Taylor.  She is apparently called "Miriam" on page 196 of 1810
Pasquotank Co, NC, US census.


Mary MOSELEY

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Butler; Yearbook Pasquotank Hist Soc Vol 4 "unpublished bible records of
Northeastern NC, etc" page 153  from the Butler Bible.


Thomas MOSELEY

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SOURCE: Certified transcript of William Coates Butler Bible records sent to
Julia Combs by Mrs Edna Garrett Shannonhouse of Elizabeth City, NC now dead.
Thomas Moseley, brother of Mary Moseley Butler, died 1810; Emperor Moseley,
father of Mary Moseley;
Mary Moseley, mother of Mary Moseley Butler, died 1824; Mary Moseley, b. 1 Feb.
1781 m. Sam Jarvis 1796, m. Wm. Coates Butler 13 Sept. 1803, d. 1833.


Alexander MARSHALL

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Chesterfield Co VA will book 2 page 322 made 27 Aug 1771 probated Dec 177_
John B Boddie's book on Southside Virginians Vol. 2 page 382-4; VA Patent book
12:324, 7 Jan 1724/5 in 2000 acres in Henrico Co VA adjacent to Mr. Arthur
Moseley on Butterwood Cr; see following books although I got the information
directly from author: Thomas E. Marshall, III books in Salt Lake FH Library
and probably also in U. VA library in Charlottesville VA:  John Wilkins
Marshall born ca 1714 is called in book Family 0 (zero); 1997 address: 1859
South Creek Dr, Austell, GA 30001.


Sara MOSELEY

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Stutesman's Moseley files Chesterfield Co Va will book 2 page 322 will of 27
Aug 1771; LDS FHC microfilm 1016922 items 3 and 4 page 567-578; John B
Boddie's Book On Southside Virginians Vol 2 page 384.


Thomas MARSHALL

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Served in the Rev. War.


Edward MOSELEY Jr.

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Tully Emperour's will did NOT mention Edward (as dtr Mary Emperour's stepchild)
The reason he was omitted is that this Edward had predeceased Tully Emperour.
Norfolk Marriage date, misquoted as 1717 or so, was actually 1797, see LDS FHC
microfilm 0844768 of Lower Norfolk Antiquary Magazine vol 2 page 40 (ca.1904)
 Norfolk Co marriage bonds: 25 Mar 1797 Edward Moseley and Miss Jenett
Cocke Bondsmen being Edward Moseley and John Cock, as well as a Moseley name
found on almost all the bonds, (Alex Moseley), of that year-might be co. clerk?
In Princess Anne Deed Bk 03: 231 written 22 Feb 1718 and Minute Book 2: pages
65, 200, 247, 250, reportedly concern the 6 May 1719 probate preceding of
Edward Moseley Jr., and (in Minute Book 2) his possible function as executor
of estate of his father Edward Moseley. (from Walter's chart 3, upper left).
Will mentions wife, Dinah, illegitimate son, Robt., sister Sarah Poole,
widow, 50 ac to Robt. lying on E. branch which my father purchased of #703
Capt. John Moseley, also lists Brother Palmer Moseley. Witnesses Cockroft and
Richard Droutt.


Dinah HANCOCK

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Dinah wife (former mistress?) of Edward Moseley, Jr, who raised illegitimate
Robt Moseley, & was probably also Robt Moseley's birth mother, was perhaps born
Dina Hancock, youngest child of Susannah (Ashwell) and Simon Hancock, Jr.
 Hancock descendancy from VA Mag. Hist. & Biog. 33 (1925): 107-112, 212-215
even though it has significant errors.
Princess Anne co VA court minute book 3: 65 feb 1719/20 Nathl Hutchings had
married widow of Edward Moseley Jr.
Princess Anne Co VA Deed Book 4: 324 19 sep 1730 about death of Nathl Hutchings
It seems productive to speculate that Dinah/Dina might be the youngest child o
Simon Hancock, Jr. (on the basis of Princess Anne Deed Book 1:284, Simon
Hancock, Jr. will in 1700 listing Dina last child, and Southampton Co., VA
will of Daniel Hutchings, half-brother of the below mentioned illegitimate,
Robert Moseley whom the will calls "brother Robert Moseley alias Hancock",
recorded 12 July 1792 on county record page 498, as seen on page 129 of
Southampton Co., VA by Blanche A. Chapman, 1980)


Robert (illegit son) MOSELEY planter

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Alice Granbery Walter's Moseley Chart, at LDS Salt Lake,  says that Robert
born ca. 1715 was illegitimate son of Edward Moseley Jr of Princess Anne Co VA
died ca 1719.  The descendancy line comes from Dinah, Edward's executrix. So we
insert Dinah as a hypothetical mother, either genetic and/or adoptive.
 The children are documented in his 1771/13 Jan 1774 will, Princess Anne Deed
Book 14:041. Princess Anne Deed Bk 08:491, 17 jun 1760, states Robert married
before May 1760 Elizabeth Weblin (widow of the late #6880 Christopher Moseley)
daughter of the late George and Mary Weblin. Evidence for this marriage:
Creecy p. 12-14 lists Robert as then guardian of Elizabeth's baby sister,
Susannah and also Robert's probate Princess Anne Deed Bk 14:041 & 060 lists
witness etc. John Weblin, probably Elizabeth's brother.
Creecy's Loose Papers, p. 158-159: Robert's will of 1771 revisited May 1786.
Apparently all daughters still then alive except Rebecca.
Princess Anne Co VA court Minute Book 5: 215 about oct 1743 robt moseley may
keep plantation where he now lives belonging to mary wishart dtr of john
wishart, deceased, and robt be mary's guardian til she of age to choose.


Amy DROUGHT

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Her father, Richard was witness for Edward's will.


posible relation MOSELEY

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wm and mary qtrly 1: 169 supposedly has princess anne co va marriage bond
2 nov 1761 matthew phripp, gent to moss hannah moseley. we need to compile
that explicitly so we dont omit any princess ann moseley. this is good place.


Blandina MOSELEY

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Loose Marr. Bonds Pr. Anne Co. 1724-86.
the other blandina moseley marriage was 1773 to john braidfoot. that
marriage in elizabeth wingo's Norfolk Co. Va marriages book . the surety was
richard taylor. one blandina was mentioned in a norfolk will in 1757 as
apparently a young child, so I assume the norfolk marriage applies to her
rather than to the apparently older blindinah moseley, dtr of robert b. ca 171
who was recorded in princess anne co. and I assume she was the blindina who
married 1763 to james barrett in princess anne co.


Robert (illegit son) MOSELEY planter

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Alice Granbery Walter's Moseley Chart, at LDS Salt Lake,  says that Robert
born ca. 1715 was illegitimate son of Edward Moseley Jr of Princess Anne Co VA
died ca 1719.  The descendancy line comes from Dinah, Edward's executrix. So we
insert Dinah as a hypothetical mother, either genetic and/or adoptive.
 The children are documented in his 1771/13 Jan 1774 will, Princess Anne Deed
Book 14:041. Princess Anne Deed Bk 08:491, 17 jun 1760, states Robert married
before May 1760 Elizabeth Weblin (widow of the late #6880 Christopher Moseley)
daughter of the late George and Mary Weblin. Evidence for this marriage:
Creecy p. 12-14 lists Robert as then guardian of Elizabeth's baby sister,
Susannah and also Robert's probate Princess Anne Deed Bk 14:041 & 060 lists
witness etc. John Weblin, probably Elizabeth's brother.
Creecy's Loose Papers, p. 158-159: Robert's will of 1771 revisited May 1786.
Apparently all daughters still then alive except Rebecca.
Princess Anne Co VA court Minute Book 5: 215 about oct 1743 robt moseley may
keep plantation where he now lives belonging to mary wishart dtr of john
wishart, deceased, and robt be mary's guardian til she of age to choose.


Elizabeth Mrs. Langley? WEBLIN

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According to Creecy,  Loose Papers p. 14, Elizabeth's baby sister Susannah was
under 18 or 21 in May 1761.
 Pr Anne Co VA Deed Bk 8: 491, 1760 says Elizabeth Moseley widow of Christophe
is daughter of George Weblin, so maybe Eliz Weblin first married a Langley?


Thomas MOSELEY

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Land bought 1762 in Dobbs Co. (now Lenoir), NC. Combs, pages 1-26.
LDS film #0001043: Elizabeth apparently by herself on 1790 census.
!email ca 29 may 2002 cosmoz@worldnet.att.net & copy to chi_49@hotmail.com
gayle licari  said she wants a lenoir co NC moseley who married hannah mozingo
b.1795 after 1830. those moseley are different line from mozingo people we
already know:lenoir co moseleys on database moseley1 at http://wc.rootsweb.com;


Elizabeth "Betsy" SHIPP

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Listed as daughter, Elizabeth "Betsy" and her husband Thomas Moseley in her
father, Willis Shipp's will, of probably Craven County, NC.


Tully MOSELEY

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William MOSELEY

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