24 Aprill Edward Saul & Elizabeth Olin
27 Aprill Thomas Skoopham & Elizabeth Crosby
May 1st John Tharot & Sarah Riggal
Wm. Kirke Vicar
Cning for the year 1722
June 20th Joseph the Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Collingwood.
Septembr 22d Sarah the Daughter of James & Mary Bagby.
Decembr 15th Henry the Son of Robert & Elizabeth Tull.
January 12th Anne the Daughter of John & Frances Store.
February 10th Richd the Son of James & Mary Grason.
Febraury 15th John the Son of James & Susanna King.
February 16th Thomas the Son of Robert & Anne Johnson.
March 2d Thomas the Son of Thomas and Sarah West.
March 18h Mary the Daughter of Wm. & Mary Green.
March 24th Eleanor the Daughter of Arthur & Mary Tyson.
Marriages for the year 1722
Aprill 9th Wm. Pitchell & Mary Joyce
July 26th Thomas Horby & Marriot Camplin.
August 26th John Haborgson & Mary Smith
Septembr 13th Edward Dawson & Frances Physick
Decembr 19th Charles Douse & Eleanor Cooke
Novembr 14th John Barton & Hannah ?imsdale
Decembr 24th John Willoughby & Bridget Barrett
Burials this year 1722
April 17th Anne the Daughter of James & Mary Grason.
July 14th Anne the Daughter of Edward and Mary Leach
July 18th Wm. Harrison
The following is my transcription of the births and deaths from the Parish Registers of Albemarle, Sussex, Virginia; originally printed in William and Mary College, Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. XIV, July 1905, No. 1.
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WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE
Quarterly Historical Magazine
NOTES FROM ALBEMARLE; PARISH REGISTER, SUSSEX
Amy, daughter of Robert Hicks and Mary his wife, born 7 April, 1742.
Absalom, son of Joseph Harwood and Sarah his wife, born 2 August, 1743.
Benjamin, son of Willet Robards and Faith his wife, born October 8, 1749.
Edward, son of Hartwell Marable, christened October 2, 1774.
Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Collier and Lucretia his wife, born August 23, 1734.
George, son of Benjamin Wyche and Elizabeth his wife, born March 7, 1759.
Hannah, daughter Clement Hancock and Anthony his wife, born February 14, 1741.
Goodwynn, son of John Woodward, Jr., and Susanna his wife, born November 25, 1766.
Herbert, son of Augustine Claiborne and Mary his wife, born April 7, 1746. Godfathers: Leonard Claibornle, Wim. Willis. Godmothers: Susanna Stith and Elizabeth Willis.
James, son of William Hicks and Mary his wife, born September 3, 1735.
John, son of Thomas Eldridge and Martha his wife, born April 22, 1741. Godfathers: Wim. Eppes, Wim. Willis. Godmothers: Ann Bolling,, Ann Elldridge.
James, son of Edward Ruffin and Anne his wife, born July 23, 1741.
Kinchin, son of Joseph Stacy and Faith his wife, born January 18, 1763.
WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY.
Nathan, son of Robert Hicks and Mary his wife, born November 6, 1743;
Nathan, son of Samuel Harwood and Agnes his wife, born November 14, 1752.
Philip, son of Philip Harwood and Rebecca his wife, born August 13, 1742.
Robert, son of Robert Tucker and Dinah his wife, born August 22, 1727.
Robert, son of John Goodwin and Winnifred his wife, born March 15, 1739.
Rolfe, son of Thomas Eldridge and Martha his wife, born December 29, 1744-’45.
Susanna, daughter of Augustine Claiborne and Mary his wife, born November 29, 1752.
Charles Augustine, son of Wm. Claiborne and Mary his wife, born February, 1777. Godfathers: Augustine Claiborne and William Leigh. Godmother: Hannah Claiborn.
William, son of Goodrich Hatton, born April 23, 1753.
William, son of Thomas Pennington and, Rebecca his wife, born July 11, 1753.
William, son of William Shands, Jr., and Priscilla his wife, born September 22, 1755.
William, son of William Shands, Jr., and Priscilla his wife, born September 5, 1757.
William, son of Henry Faison and Lucy his wife, christened November 2, 1760.
Benjamin, son of Wm. Brodnax and Mary his wife, born August 28, 1772.
Bathurst, son of Augustine Claiborne and Mary his wife, christened April 6, 1774.
Eliza Power, daughter Henry Brodlax and Anne his wife, born March 2, 1765.
Elizabeth., daughter of Benjamin Walker and Lucy his wife, born May 9, 1766. Godfather: David Walker. Godmothers: Eleanor Nobbs, Ann Wilson.
Robert, son of John Walker and Hannah his wife, born October, 1771.
Richard Bland, son of Henry Faison and Lucy his wife, born January 30, 1772.
NOTES FRiOM ALBEMARLE PARISH REGISTER.
William, son of Benjamin Wyche and Elizabeth his wife, christened February 28, 1762.
William Smith, son of Charles Collier and Susanna his wife, born May 26, 1762.
William, son of Henry Brodnax and Anne his wife, born March 3, 1762.
Augustine Claiborne, son of Richard Cocke and Ann his wife, born November 20, 1771. Godfather: Augustine Claiborne. Godmothers: Betty Claiborne and Susanna Claiborne.
Christopher Tatum, who had been forty years clerk at Nottoway Church, died January 16, 1750. Certified by John Tatum.
John Stokes died of the small-pox, February 23, 1750-’51. Certified by John Knight.
George Pasmore, aged 100, died July 15, 1751. Certified by Matthew Gibbs. This old man came into ye country a soldier ill the time of brave Mr. Bacon being in arms for his countrv.
Ann Clack died August 21, 1752.
Benjamin Hyde and Mary his wife and three children, all murdered by their own negro man, January 14, 1754.
Daniel Eppes;, aged eighty-one, died June 6, 1753. Certified by Edward Eppeis.
James Wyche, a child, died September 2, 1753.
Thomas Eldridge died December 4, 1754.
Mary Brown died February 15, 1755. Abraham Brown’s second wife.
Capt. John Mason died September 3, 1755. Certified by Capt. John Mason.
Clement Hancock died November 16, 1758. Certified by Clement Hancock.
Judith Eldridge, aged sixty-seven, died October 14, 1759. Certified by William Eldridge.
Capt. James Gee, aged sixty-five, died October 28, 1759. Certified by Henry Gee.
Georg Booth, aged eighty-four, died August 14, 1763. Certified by George Booth his grandson.
Elizabeth Mason wife of John, died August 21, 1763. Certified by Major John Mason.
Edward, son of Henry Faison and Lucy his wife, born May 10, 1767.
WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY.
Elizabeth Mason, wife of John, died August 21, 1763. Certified by Major John Mason.
Eliza Green, daughter of William Hancock and Rebecca his wife, born October 27, 1766. Godfather: David Jones. Godmothers: Mary and Sarah Jones.
Sarah Capel, aged 102, died September 19, 1763. Certified by Moses Johnson.
John, son of John Hancock and Mary his wife, born August 6,
Jonathan, son of Jonathan Ellis and Hannah his wife, born January 22, 1752. Godfathers: William Ellis, Thomas Poem.
Jemina, daurghter of Robert Hancock and Elizabeth his wife, born December 9, 1753.
Marv, daughter Richard Hill and Margery his wife, born April 15, 1760.
Mary, daughter of John Power and Elizabeth his wife, born March 27, 1759.
Susanna, daughter Charles Collier and Susanna his wife, born Februarv 27, 1761.
Sara, daughter Benjamin Hancock and Jane his wife, born April 6, 1747.
Robert Jones, son of Robert Jones of this parish, Attorney-General of North Carolina, in the forty-ninth year of his age, died October 2, 1766.
Jean Wyllie,* my niece, in her twentieth year, died September 16, 1767. She came into the country at the beginning of June last.
Marv, wife of Hartwell Marable, died December 26, 1770.
Mr. George Nicholas, clerk of Dinwiddie county. “I preached his funeral sermon, 20 March, 1771; d. March 9, 1771.” Certified by Mr. John Ruffin, Jr.
Henrv Tyler, aged seventy-three, died January 2, 1774. Certified by John Tyler.
Capt. Henry Harrison died January 28, 1772. This gent. was taken ill on Saturday, the 25th of this month.
George Randall, clerk of St. Mark’s Parish Church, died February 8. 1772. Certified bv Nathaniel Dunn.
* Rev. William Willie was minister of this parish during the period
of this Register, 1738-1776.
NOTES FROM ALBEMARLE PARISH REGISTER.
Capt. William Eldridge died April 7, 1772.
Major Edward Pettway died February 13, 1773.
Mary, wife of Charles Harrison, died July 25, 1775. Certified by Cole Claiborne.
Richard Jones, in his seventy-second year, died February 18, 1174 .
Ann, his wife, in her sixty-sixth year, died February 21, 1774. Certified by Hamilton Jones.
Hannah, wife of Capt. James Jones, died January 2a. 1774. Certified by Thomas Jones, her son.
James Brown-this young man was married to Mary, daughter of Capt. James Jones, 12 April last-died February 18, 1774.
Col. Richard Blunt died April 13, 1774. He was in his thirty-sixth year, born January 4, 1739.
Henry Hartwell Marable died September 17, 1774.
Robert Jones, in his eighty-first year, died February 14, 1775. Mr. Jones was born in November, 1694.
William Brodnax died March 13, 1775. Certified by William W. Wyche.
Samuel, son of William Brodnax and Mary his wife, born March 24, 1774.
William Cole, son of William Claiborne and Marv his wife, born August 13, 1773. Godfathers: Ferdinand Leigh, Thos. Moore. Godmother: Eliza West.
Capt. Wim. Parham dried of the flux May 16, 1775. Certified by Peter Randall.
Henry Briggs, died October 25, 1739.
Sarah Wyche, died December 29, 1739. Certified by George Wyche.
Thomas Eldridge, died November 4, 1740. Certified by Thomas Eldridge.
Elizabeth Eldridge, died September 15, 1745. Certified by Thomas Eldridge.
Capt. Richard Hill, died July 9, 1775.
Martha Eldridge, born October 23, 1749. Certified by Thomas Eldridge.
Ann Ruffin, died October 26, 1749. Certified by Edmund Ruffin.
WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY.
Ann Rulffin, a child, died November 3, 1749. Certified by Edmond Ruffin.
Col. Thomas Cocke, of Southwark Parish, died December 2, 1750. Certified by Capt. Lemuel Cocke.
Capt. Howell Briggs, in his sixty-sixth year, died April 21, 1775. Certified by Gray Briggs.
Capt. Matthew Parham, in his eighty-first year, died April 18, 1772. Certified by Gray Briggs.
Rev. Alex. Finnie, M. A., rector of Brandon Parish, in Prince George, forty-six years, in the seventieth year of his age, died November 17, 1770. Certified by John Austin Finnie, his son.
Svlvanus Stokes died February 6, 1748-‘9. Certified by Jones Stokes.
LETTERS REGARDING PETER FRANCISCO.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
BUREAU OF PENSIONS,
WASHINGTON, D. C., November 21, 1904.
Wid. 11021: Rev. War.
SIR: In reply to your inquiry relative to the service of Peter Francisco in the Revolutionary War, addressed to Mr. Worthington C. Ford and referred to this Bureau, you are advised that such of his pension papers and those of his widow, Mary B. Francisco, as are on file in this Bureau have been carefully examined, and not many details of his services are mentioned therein. There are on file with the papers several affidavits from officers who were in the service with him, and from these documents the following information has been taken:
Hezekiah Morton, who was a captain in the Continental line, certified, under date of October 6, 1818, “that Peter Francisco enlisted in the Continental army early in the year 1777, and continued in the said service until 1779, and was badly wounded in one or two actions, and afterwards, while Lord Cornwallis was marching through the Carolinas, he joined Gen. Green’s army, and acted very bravely in several instances, particularly in the Guilford action, when he was severely wounded.”
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