Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Christopher or Christian MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]

Marriages of Norfolk Co.,VA by Elizabeth B. Wingo, Vol.1.
Christopher Moseley #6880 is attached to this Hillary #707 line because of the
weak circumstantial evidence in Princess Anne Deed Bk 07:166 in 1749
Christopher Moseley and Anthony Burrough were co-witnesses, whereas back in
1707, Deed Bk 01:482 has a Christopher Burrough as witness for gift to #707
Hillary from his father. Princess Anne Deed Bk 02:229 of 1714 lists Hillary
and a Christopher Burrough together as witnesses.
Wills in Norfolk Co. Will Bk 01:028 in 1 Jul/Aug 1758 lists wife Elizabeth,
children Elizabeth and Wm and father's 3 siblings Wm, Burroughs and Mary Snale.
02:174 and 03:148, two wills connected by mention of slaves Bristol and Judah.
  They bought plantation in Princess Anne Co. at cross roads of Charles Denby
from Anthony Walke, signed 1 Jul 1758 proved Aug witness Henry Snaile, John
Webster, Wm. Ivy.
THE CHARLES DENBY NAME APPEARS ALSO IN NORFOLK W B 2: 204 of 9 Mar 1782 will o
Wm Moseley, Denby name and Snaile name shows that it was son of Christopher.
  Christopher "son of Burroughs" in Princess Anne Will Bk 02:140 is wrong, or
else the slave names China and Isaac coincidence doesn't prove Hillary was his
father. Since Solomon Butt was named guardian for Christopher's son Wm that
Christopher might have been previously married to Mary Butt #5068.
  The name Christopher Moseley first appears in the records of Norfolk and
Princess Anne Counties VA on 21 Feb 1748/9 when Princess Anne Minute Book
06:163 reportedly says Christopher Moseley will soon receive his part of his
[UNNAMED!] father's estate from Co. Clerk. The most recent Moseley death in
that county of which I am aware was for a William Moseley, P.A. Deed Bk 6: 604
on 21 Oct 1746; but other document may suggest earlier probate which said
children get at age 21.  1749-1754 Christopher Moseley appears in documents as
a witness and bond surety name, until 27 Nov 1754 when his brother Burroughs
signed bond for him to marry Elizabeth Langley.   Next Christopher's Jul/Aug
1758 probate in Norfolk Co Will bk 01: 28, which  I have an original photocopy
of: it lists Christopher Moseley's wife Eliz, children Eliz. & Wm and
Christopher's 3 siblings: Wm, Burroughs, and sister Mary Snale.
 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?
Lower Norfolk Co. Antiquary by Edw. W. James, 01:74, 02:21, 03:125, 05:97;  Wm
& Mary Qtrly Hist Mag  (1st series, except vol 8 in 2nd series) 01:203, 02:76,
02:148, 08:101, 08:181. (from p.262 of Virginia Historical Index)
   The two greatest evidences for the existence of an additional Christopher
descendant, (1) that #6889 widow of Christopher son of Burroughs remarried
Lemuel Butt (see #2 below with a Mary Butt) with bond signed by Christopher
Moseley.  (2) Lower Norfolk Antiquary 2: 21 shows Dec 1791 Christopher Snaile,
son of #6882 sister of original Christopher, married in the same month as the
#7521 Mary Butt marriage to a Christopher. Since those marriages appear one
above the other on the page, one wonders if they weren't somehow related. I'd
guess (I don't have the header page saying what county page 21 marriages apply
to) Lower Norfolk Antiquary 2: 21 was marriage solemnized in Pr. Anne, even
though #7521 marriage bond was registered in Norfolk Co.


Elizabeth Mrs. Langley? maiden WEBLIN? LANGLEY

[moseley1.ged]


William Sr. MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]


Elizabeth "Betty" SMYTH

[moseley1.ged]


Arthur (next to Edw on census) MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]


Perrin MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]


Henry? SNAILE

[moseley1.ged]

Norfolk Co Va Deed Bk C: 203, 1655 will of orignial Henry Snaile of Little Cr.
another Henry snaile will prin ann DB 3: 434 of jan 1721.


Christopher SNALE

[moseley1.ged]

In Norfolk Co. for the 1780 census.


Burrough MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]

Line 75244 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
 DEAT PLAC probate@,Princess Anne,VA
Marriages of Princess Anne Co.,VA by Elizabeth B. Wingo, Vol.1; Loose Marr.,
Bonds Pr. Anne Co. 1724-86 confirms marriage to Anna Moses.
Sur: Burr. Moseley for his brother, Christopher's marriage in 1754. PrincessAnn
DB 09: 100 on 19 Oct 1762: Burroughs and wife Rosemond receive deed gift from
William Parsons (possibly Rosemond's father). This is the same Wm Parsons who
in 1735 did business with #705 Edward, which is very interesting because the
father of Burroughs (and his probable brothers and sister) is so unknown.
Page 159 Creecy's Loose Papers: says he's father of Christopher Moseley, 1772
deed to Moses stepchildren or sister-in-law revisited in Nov 1788 Loose Paper.
These Moses females were apparently born ca 1750's and so we assume they were
stepchildren. Creecy p. 168: on 8 Aug 1787 Burrough's son and heir Christopher
is in a suit against the above Moses women (his elder stepsisters?).
1772 pr ane DB 13: 45 burroughs gift to "dtrs in law" eliz norman,ann&sus. Mose
vol 1 of cavaliers and pioneers p.38 citing patent bk 1: 341: Christopher
Burroughs, his bro.Wm & sis.ann had land by Thorowgoods on lynnhaven R. bef1637
 !1750 and 1762. if we compare pr anne co va DB 7: 176 of 15 may 1750 and
Deed Bk 10: 344-345, it seems as if Burrough moseley probably was named
for christopher burrough, or someone connected to him.


Rosemond PARSONS

[moseley1.ged]

Princess Anne Deed Bk 09:100 , 1762 infers that the gift from Wm Parsons might
have been  her father. This is the same Wm Parsons who in 1735 did business
with #705 Edward, which is very interesting because the father of Burroughs
(and his probable brothers and sister) is so unknown. Princess Anne Co. Loose
Paper see Creecy, p.2.


Christopher MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]

Line 75324 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
 DEAT PLAC probate@,Princess Anne,VA
Marriages of Princess Anne Co.,VA by Elizabeth B. Wingo, Vol.2, p.2.
Christopher "son of Burroughs" in Princess Anne WillBk 02:140 has discrepancy,o
else the slave names China and Isaac coincidence doesn't prove Hillary was his
father. Since Solomon Butt sep 1802 was named guardian for Christopher's son Wm
Christopher maybe previously md to Mary Butt #5068, no guardianship for Francis
!1999 Guardianships on CD-ROM by Heritage Books: Bowie, MD: Princess Anne Co,
Virginia Deeds, Wills, Guardianships by Anne E. Maling copyright 1999, and see
"5 sep 1803 Smith, John, Ex of Christopher Moseley, Guardian: Lemuel Butt".
1807/1808 guardian for dtr Mary fr Amy (MrsTully) Mosely to [mom] Margaret Butt


Burrough MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]

Line 75244 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
 DEAT PLAC probate@,Princess Anne,VA
Marriages of Princess Anne Co.,VA by Elizabeth B. Wingo, Vol.1; Loose Marr.,
Bonds Pr. Anne Co. 1724-86 confirms marriage to Anna Moses.
Sur: Burr. Moseley for his brother, Christopher's marriage in 1754. PrincessAnn
DB 09: 100 on 19 Oct 1762: Burroughs and wife Rosemond receive deed gift from
William Parsons (possibly Rosemond's father). This is the same Wm Parsons who
in 1735 did business with #705 Edward, which is very interesting because the
father of Burroughs (and his probable brothers and sister) is so unknown.
Page 159 Creecy's Loose Papers: says he's father of Christopher Moseley, 1772
deed to Moses stepchildren or sister-in-law revisited in Nov 1788 Loose Paper.
These Moses females were apparently born ca 1750's and so we assume they were
stepchildren. Creecy p. 168: on 8 Aug 1787 Burrough's son and heir Christopher
is in a suit against the above Moses women (his elder stepsisters?).
1772 pr ane DB 13: 45 burroughs gift to "dtrs in law" eliz norman,ann&sus. Mose
vol 1 of cavaliers and pioneers p.38 citing patent bk 1: 341: Christopher
Burroughs, his bro.Wm & sis.ann had land by Thorowgoods on lynnhaven R. bef1637
 !1750 and 1762. if we compare pr anne co va DB 7: 176 of 15 may 1750 and
Deed Bk 10: 344-345, it seems as if Burrough moseley probably was named
for christopher burrough, or someone connected to him.


Anna "Nanny" Mrs. Moses

[moseley1.ged]

Line 75313 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
 DEAT PLAC probate@,Princess Anne,VA
VA Antiquary 1:101.


William MOSELEY Capt.

[moseley1.ged]

He was granted probate of his father William Moseley's will on 15 Aug 1655
and on the same day he qualified as administrator of his deceased mother's
estate "Mrs. Susan Moseley". Wm. Moseley inherited the plantation on the
eastern branch of the Elizabeth River called "Greenwich" which was later (18th
century) called "Rolleston".  Norfolk Co. Deed Bk D: 393 Nov-Dec 1663 Wm
Moseley to Wm Cockroft, witnesses Arthur Moseley and William Hancock.
Apparently they already lived in Eastern Branch, Va. Beach: from words
"easternmost" "creek".
VA PAT BK 6: 379 of 1671 Wm Hancock patent on Hoskins Cr adjacent Wm Moseley.
Va Pat bk 6: 473 of 1673 Anthony Lawson on Broad Cr adj Wm Moseley, Wm
Hancock.  VA Mag., Vol. 5, p.327; Gen. of VA Families, Vol. V, p. 682;
Adventurers of Purse and Person 1607-1625, 3rd ed. 1987 revised and edited by
Virginia M. Meyer and John Frederick Dorman, p. 318-319. "16. Mary3 Gookin
(John2, Daniel1), born about 1642, [We'd say Lower? Norfolk, VA as they
apparently lived in Lower Norfolk, but her father's court cases did also apply
to Upper Norfolk]  married (1), about 1660, Capt. William Moseley, born about
1634, son of William Moseley (1606-1655) and his wife Susanna (Burnet)
Blackmore (1595-1655/6). [Here they cite the Moriarty articles in NEHG
Register, C, pp 94-99, 292-295.] He lived in Lower Norfolk Co. and died by 10
Nov 1671 when the inventory of his estate was made. --they cite [Lower]
Norfolk Co. Wills and Deeds E, 1666-1675, p. 106.  We find it at Deed Bk 4:
153.
   Appointed Commissioner Lower Norfolk Co. 15 Aug 1660 (Deed folio 261) Died
intestate at about age 38 years.
His inventory 10 Nov 1671 was appraised at 69,270 # tobacco besides the plate.
(Ef106, 4f153) Among the items were "In Mr. Moseley's study in the parrett.
Impr. A p'cell of Books, some L. toba french, dutch, Latten and English, at
4000 lbs. tobacco, Four pictures, 200 lbs. tobacco, six pictures, 2 pictures,
his signet ring.
 His son William (the 3rd's) 1699 Princess Anne will lists these 2 brothers,
2 sisters, then "Josias Mackie, children of my brother Walke and Mary his
wife"; besides the 4 listed in wills or Mrs. Walter's charts on LDS microfilm.
Death date from Walter's claim of a [Lower] Norfolk inventory on 10 Nov 1671,
and her confirming citation VA Genealogy 20 #3, p.169 discussing his later
probate. Blankenship, pages 297-317; Combs, pp. 1-26; Walter's Charts (LDS
FHL).  Josias Mackie, a Presbyterian Minister of Princess Anne Co,  also named
in the will abstract of William Moseley.
We have removed "phantom Moseley kinsfolk" which is indicated as
misinterpretations from jumping to first impulse by an inexperienced person
seeing a Moseley will, or a bad abstract of one, for the first time.
Children's ages are found in Princess Anne Deed Bk 04: 541 depositions: see
his son William1Wm2Wm3 notes in this book.
Lambert Pt Land: Va Pat 7: 230 in 1682 by Lawson refers back to Col Thos
Lambert.
SOBERING Essex Co. Moseleys: p.262 of Thos.B. Moseley Vol 2 says in 1678
Richar Poole was involved in document saying "427 acres which I lately
purchased from Capt. Wm Moseley who had moved from Lower Norfolk to Old
Rappahannock County."
Va Patent book 8: 64 of 21 apr 1690 says Wm Moseley Jr got patent of Richard
Poole's adj. Geo Poole etc by virtue of having married Poole's sole heiress.


Mary GOOKIN

[moseley1.ged]

Daughter of John Gookin of Nansemond County and Sarah (Offley), the widow of
Adam Thorowgood. Mary was the niece of Major General Daniel Gookin of MA.
Ref: 1 Deed Book, p.30 Princess Anne Co; Jester's Adventurers of Purse &
Person, 1964, p.185; 5 VA Mag. of Hist. & Bio. p.88.
!1956 LDS film 0001037: RE: Mary Gookin Moseley, says her mum Sarah Offley
bapt 16 Apr 1609 at St Benet Fink church London. MAYBE?:we had St Benet Grace
church, whereas Mousley's St Benet Fink church would imply Offleys knew Burnet
family (of that church in London) i.e the family of Susqana Burnet, wife of Wm
Moseley Sr!
Va Patent bk 5: 337(341) still refers to John Gookins landing place in March
1662 in the present Va. Beach, VA town near where Moseleys lived. So Gookins
were remembered and may have maintained family ties after move to Nansemond Co.
VA
Original Records: Norfolk Co. Va. Deed Bk 5: 51 of 25 Feb 1687/8: "Lt Col
Anthony Lawson's wife, formerly wife of Capt Wm Moseley deceased and daughter
of Capt. John Gookin and heirer at law to him."  "Edward Moseley son and heir
of Capt. Wm Moseley...and brother of the whole blood unto Wm and John
Moseley." Also says her children Wm and John Moseley now occupy the land of
Capt John Gookin. Witnesses Lunaster? Lovett, Wm Burroughs, Robt Richmond,
James Lamont.
Norfolk Co. VA Deed Bk 5: 216, Mar 30,1693/4 John Mosely in apparently his
first adult deed divided grandfather John Gookin's 640 ac with his brother Wm
Moseley. The land was on the Wigtown shore of the Linhaven River.
  Richmond Times Dispatch 22 Mar 1914 says Mary Gookin's mom, Sarah Offley
had a third  husband Francis Yeardley, son of Sir George Yeardley. Sarah's
tomb in Lynnhaven Parish Churchyard "Ye body of Capt John Gooking and also ye
body of Mrs Sarah Yardley, who was wife to Capt. Adam Thorowgood, Capt. John
Gooking & Collonell Francis Yardley". At her death she was sometimes
mistakenly called Mrs. Frances Yeardly and thus has been confused with Frances
Yeardley (#4530), d/o Argall Yeardley who m. Lt. Col. Adam Thorowgood 2nd.
(#4177).
!Adventurers of Purse and Person 1607-1625, 3rd ed. 1987 revised and edited by
Virginia M. Meyer and John Frederick Dorman, p. 319: " 4. Margaret4, {#6456}
left will 18 May 1754 - 19 Nov 1754 [cites the genealogically rich Princess
Anne Deed Bk 7:661, but fails to cite the richer deeds 4:541 and 5:504 (later
they cite 5:514 must be same one) ]." Lists her children by Lawson.  Princess
Anne Deed Bk 03:521. Marriage to Lawson in Princess Anne Deed Bk 01:030-31,
Jan 1692, confirmed in abstract deed book.
VA Patents: Cav and pioneers vol 1: 50, 78, 129, 138, Gookins patents 1636-42.
LAMBERT PT LAND: Va Pat 7:230 in 1682 by Lawson refers back to Col Thos
Lambert.
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Marriage 1 William MOSELEY b: ABT 1634 in Delft/Rotterdam,,Holland,probably
Divorced: N
Married: ABT 1660 in ,Lower Norfolk,VA
Children
Edward MOSELEY b: 1660/1661 in Lynhaven Parish,Lower Norfolk,VA
William MOSELEY b: 1664/1671 in ,Lower Norfolk?,VA
John MOSELEY b: ABT 1669/1670 in ,Lower Norfolk?,VA
Elizabeth MOSELEY b: ABT 1660/1670 in ,Lower Norfolk?,VA,?if she existed?

Marriage 2 Anthony LAWSON b: ABT 1630 in ,,VA
Divorced: N
Married: BEF AUG 1672 in Lynhaven,Lower Norfolk?,VA
Children
Elizabeth LAWSON b: ABT 1673 in Lynhaven Par,Lower Norfolk,VA
Margaret LAWSON b: 1674/1675 in Lynhaven Par,Lower Norfolk,VA
Anthony LAWSON b: 1674/1681 in ,Lower Norfolk,VA
Frances LAWSON b: ABT 1675 in Lynhaven Par.,Lower Norkolk,VA


Elizabeth MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]

She may be the same person as that child Elizabeth Lawson, daughter of Anthony
Lawson. And IF she EXISTED, SHE was NOT the BRIDE of WM ARMISTEAD: See Pr Ann
Min Bk 4:247. Mrs. Walter's charts were incorrect about who married Wm
Armistead: See notes for Elizabeth5wm4wm3wm2wm1, which woman WAS the bride of
Wm Armistead.
Adventurers of Purse and Person 1607-1625, 3rd ed. 1987 revised and edited by
Virginia M. Meyer & John Frederick Dorman, p.319 says Wm Moseley had dtr Eliz.
Countervailing evidence: that Mary Gookin's next born child after Elizabeth
#704, was another Elizabeth (LAWSON) #6454, so probably the first Eliz died.


Edward MOSELEY Col.

[moseley1.ged]

Marriage 1 Frances Bertha STRINGER b: ABT 1665 in eastern shore,,VA probably
Married: BEF 18 SEP 1688 in ,,VA,Northampton Co?
Children
Hillary MOSELEY b: BEF 1697 in probably,Princess Anne,VA
Elizabeth MOSELEY b: ABT 1700 in ,Princess Anne,VA

Marriage 2 Rose widow_Lawson THOROWGOOD b: ABT 1672 in ,,VA prob
Divorced: N
Married: DEC 1705 in ,Princess Anne,VA probably

Marriage 3 Isabella BURGESS b: ABT 1675 in ,,VA prob
Divorced: N
Married: 1717/1735


Col. Edward's Titles: Princess Anne Co VA Minute Book 1: 205, 212 etc. He was
"Mr" Edw 1699, "Capt" Edw by Sept 1699, "Colonel" Edward by 1702.
Princess Anne Co VA Deed Bk 4: 541 says his age was about 73 on 18 May 1734.
  He was usually called Col. Edward to distinguish him from
Edward3-Arthur2-Wm1.
Adventurers of Purse and Person 1607-1625, 3rd ed. 1987 revised and edited by
Virginia M. Meyer and John Frederick Dorman, p. 318-319: "[Moseley] 39. Col.
Edward, born about 1661, probate recorded Princess Anne Co. , justice,
sheriff, coroner, and Burgess for Princess Anne, 1703-05, vestryman of
Lynnhaven Parish, owned 1000 acres in Princes[s] Anne, 1704 member of the
court that tried Grace Sherwood for witchcraft, 1706, left will 6 March 1735/6
- 7 Apr 1736, [Pr. Anne D. Bk 5: 59-60] married (1) Frances (Stringer) Taylor,
daughter of Col. John Stringer of the Eastern Shore and widow of Bartholomew
Taylor, [Pr.A.D.Bk 1: 378] (2), by 7 Jan 1705/6, [Pr.A.D. Bk 1:
443]"."Virginia Historical Magazine" Vol 35: 52:
 "Edward Moseley was colonel of militia, justice and high sheriff of Princess
Anne County and a member of the House of Burgesses 1702 and probably other
years.  On Feb. 1, 1703/4 he made a deed to his son, Hillary Moseley, giving
him among other things "my seale ring which was my father's with his coat of
arms on it". his "mother's wedding ring when married to Mr. Bartho. Taylor,
with a posey in it and M'kt B.I.F", four silver spoons m'kt H.M. w'ch was his
grandfather Stringer's", a silver tankard m'kt Wm. M. w'ch was my father's".
Will:  dated 6 Mar 1735/6, proved 7 Apr 1736 Princess Anne County, Va.
   After various bequests, he left the remainder of his estate to his
grandson Edward Hack Moseley.  (Princess Anne Deed Bk. 03:389) Edward Moseley
married the widow of Bartholomew Taylor and daughter of Col. John Stringer.
   July 1700 Princess Anne Deed Bk 01:252-253: Anthony Lawson #6452 and
Edward Moseley, Sr. #705 to Francis Mackemie of the county of Accomack,
minister: a small 1/2 acre lot with house within the tract on N. side of E.
branch of Elizabeth River that they originally got from Simon Hancocke, Jr.
and also to John Thorowgood another similar 1/2 acre. He MAY have had a WIFE
BEF FRANCES!, as Princess Anne deed bk 1: 42  6 sept 1693 calls Frances his
"now" wife. Edward had previously called Frances "now wife" 18 sep 1688 in
Norfolk D.B. 5: 75. Marriage to Rose from circumstantial pre-nuptial provision
Oct 1705 Princess Anne Deed Bk 1: 433 and presumed postnuptial Deed Bk 1:482
in Nov 1707. Princess Anne Deed Bk 1: 127 of 5 Nov 1696 to ___ and My Son In
Law, almost certainly #705 Edward Moseley and Frances his wife.
VA PAT BK 7: 422 of 1684 Edward due Hoskins Cr patent as heir of his father.
other Va Pats 7: 652 of 1688, 706 of 1689 calls him Deputy Escheater, Norfolk
Co Pat bk 7: 339 of 1689, 8: 305 of 1693, 8: 378 of 1694, 9: 508 of 1702.
pat 8: 439 of 1695 refers to Mr. Moseley adj Lawson (? this Mr Moseley?).
Pat bk 17: 96 1736 [he was dead by then?] Col. Edw 200 ac Cypress swamp Pr.
Anne Co.
 Edward3Wm2Wm1 had besides son, Hillary a daughter, Elizabeth by 1 Feb 1703/4
in Princess Anne Deed Bk 1: 378-9 and 472 on 6 Oct 1707. She's not mentioned
further, and probably died before her father's will Deed Bk 5: 59 written 6
Mar 1735 [1736 by modern calendar] (Walter's charts, by mistake, read 1735 as
1705). Walter's Charts gives Stringer Moseley's birth as before 1705 is
incorrect, from mistake based upon Mrs. Walter's mistake of Princess Anne Deed
Bk 5: 59 will of Edward3Wm2Wm1 which she says written in 1705, whereas it was
actually in 1735/6.
Princess Anne Deed Bk 05:059, 6 Mar 1735/6 - 7 Apr 1736 will of Edward #705:
Two SEPARATE bequests: (1) the land Amos Moseley is renting "unto my Cousen
Anthony Moseley mariner his youngest son now living"--whose name is not given
but probably meant #4572 Francis, (2) to #4576 Edward, son of Capt. Francis, ..
.and also to him "the dept due to me from Francis Moseley Bricklayer" [see
Francis4Wm3Arthur2Wm1]. Other bequests: John son of (afore mentioned) cousen
Anthony, Wm son Capt Francis, brother John [#703], "Stringer Moseley son of
William Moseley Richard Moseley + Edwd Moseley son of Capt Francis". The last
two heirs we interpret as #4170 and #4576 because it doesn't say "sons" and
because #4170 Richard's brother Wm is mentioned just preceding him. Executors
Capt Francis Moseley, Chas Malbone, Arthur Sayer. Witnesses Wm Hopper, Antho:
Walke, Blandinah Moseley, Antho: Moseley.
 OTHER CHILDREN?: Mrs. Combs thinks Edward may have had a son William, and
LDS films 0001030-45 once or twice refer to son Capt. Hillary as "John Hillary
Moseley", but no original record was found justifying the existence of any
children for Edward besides Hillary and Elizabeth. Any such probably d. bef
1735
 LDS FHL Salt Lake Archive Family Group records, Joseph Smith Center Apr 1998
cites Va. Hist. Mag. vol.5 p.330 saying Ed Moseley 1661-1735, wife Frances
Stringer , dtr of John Stringer , Hillary Moseley 1705, John 1707 all said to
be of Northampton Co VA. That place is reasonable, as Stringers were from from
there, but 1705 for Hillary is impossible: as he was born about 15 years
before that, or at least by 1 Feb 1703/4 Deed BK 1:378 Hillary's father gave
him gift in Princess Anne record. So we wouldn't pay too much attention to
this citation of Va Hist Mag 5: 330, since the source seems so far off on
Hilary's birth date.
   *****
6 nov 2000 letter from Jane Stubbs Bailey 9502 Good Lion Rd Columbia
MD 21045-3948 citing Chowan Deed Bk W-1: 39 of 25 Feb 1702/3 and p. 66 of 29
June 1706.  p.39: Margaret m Hoffman abstract #77 mentions col edward moseley
of pr ann co VA only surviving executor of mr thomas walke...merchant of co. of
norfolk in Va. decd. Will Druckenfield was to pay Moseley money at Walke's
former residence on Eastern branch of Eliz River in [Princess Anne Co.] in Va.
p.66 abstract #134 says similar things but is much, much less detailed;
Forsythe concludes that Walke and Moseley were basically absentee owners of NC
land. More importantly, there is no evidence of a connection from the Princess
AnneCo Va Moseleys to the famous Col. Edward Moseley of NC who was ca. 1710
prominent in NC politics--IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT COL. EDWARD OF NC was at
one time of edenton, chowan co NC--and reportedly buried or a stone to him in
St Paul's episcopal church in Edenton;


Rose LAWSON

Va Genealogist vol 16-18 gave a descendancy of Thorowgoods of Pr Anne Co VA.
The widow of Thomas Lawson. Death date from Princess Anne Minute Book 2:17.
Princess Anne Deed Bk 01:397 Rose Lawson #4235 gifts to her five minor
children.


Father: Adam THOROWGOOD b: AFT 1636 in probably VA
Mother: Frances YEARDLY b: ABT 1639 in ,Norfolk,England,(of Virginia)

Marriage 1 Thomas LAWSON b: ABT 1665 in Lynhaven Par,Lower Norfolk,VA
Children
Frances LAWSON b: ABT 1691 in ,Princess Anne,VA,(MAYBE)
Anne LAWSON b: ABT 1694 in ,Princess Anne,VA,(MAYBE)
Anthony LAWSON b: ABT 1696 in ,Princess Anne,VA,(MAYBE)
George LAWSON b: ABT 1700 in probably,Princess Anne,VA
Thomas LAWSON b: AFT 27 OCT 1703 in ,Princess Anne,VA,(MAYBE)

Marriage 2 Edward MOSELEY b: 1660/1661 in Lynhaven Parish,Lower Norfolk,VA
Divorced: N
Married: DEC 1705 in ,Princess Anne,VA probably


Hillary MOSELEY Capt.

[moseley1.ged]


Hannah HACKE

Marriage 1 Hillary MOSELEY b: BEF 1697 in probably,Princess Anne,VA
Married: in ,,,VA
Children
Edward Hacke MOSELEY b: AFT 6 APR 1716 in of Grumwich,Princess Anne,VA,Eastern Branch

Marriage 2 Alexander MCKENSIE b: ABT 1685 in ,of Eliz. City,VA
Married: AFT 1730 in ,,VA


Sarah MOSELEY

[moseley1.ged]

Sources: Notes for Sarah Moseley born in VA ca. 1705: Moseley files of John
Stutesman San Francisco; he notes a March 1740/1 deed Henrico Co Deeds
1737-1744 page 133 where Sarah wife of Joel Walker joined in a sale of land;
The Moseley/Taylor families of.....1990 LDS FHC film 1697520 item 18  by
Judith Holden Dixon 124 Valley View Joplin MO 64804. Mss. notes of W. G.
Stanard, Archives, VA State Library.
 *****
19 oct 2000 email from colleen in OK colleen@crosstel.net asserts that a Taylor
grandson of Martha Brasseur's married a Sarah Moseley.  Trouble is that even
though her son James's son Bernard Taylor b. 1704 in new kent co va--he ended
up in Henrico Co VA--which brings up a totally different line of henrico
moseleys, instead of the moseleys of martha brasseurs first husband wm moseley
of essex co va; Colleen speculates Sarah moseley might've been son of an Arthur
moseley, so I insert her assertion here in case you want to contact her;


Judith MOSELEY will NOT say dtr

[moseley1.ged]