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Capt. Chandler 
Fowke
1695 - 1745


Capt. Chandler 
Fowke
, of Gunstan Hall, Staff. co., Va. Last Will and Testament of John Grigsby Submitted By: Charles E. Baker Book M, Pages 17-18, Stafford County, Virginia Records In the name of God Amen I John Grigsby of the Parish of St. Paul in the County of Stafford being in good health of body, sound, perfect and disposing mind and memory, thanks be returned to God for same, yet being sensible of the uncertainty of this mortal life, do make, publish, and ordain this my last will and testament in manner & form following (that is to say) first and principally I recommend my soul into hands of Almighty God, hopeing through the meritorius death & passion of my blessed Saviour and Redeemer Jesus Christ to receive full & free pardon and remition of my sins and to inherit everlasting salvation, and my body I commit to the earth to be decently interred at the discretion of my executors hereafter mentioned as touching the disposition of such temporall estate as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon me, I give and dispose thereof as followeth Item I give unto my son John Grigsby & his heirs part of tract of land I bought of Nicholas Battain from his spring branch to upper corner tree by Wm. Smith's old field and likewise I give him three Negros, named Sambo, ? , & Dick. Item I give unto my son Charles Grigsby all that parcell of land from the swamp to Mr. Chandler Fowke's line whereon he now lives, it being in the pattain I bought of Nick Battain and likewise I give unto him two Negros, Robin & James, and to him & his heirs the land & Negros. Item I give unto my daughter Mary Anne four Negros, Jemmy, Will, Joney & Bess, to her and her heirs. Item I gave unto my son James Grigsby and his heirs all that parsall of land whereon he now lives from Jones Branch up his own spring branch and to across to his brother John' spring branch, and likewise I give him three Negros, Jack, Ben, Dall and her increase forever to him & his heirs. Item I give unto my son Wm. Grigsby, and his heirs all that parcell of land whereon he now lives, it being part of that patten I bought of Nicholas Battain from James' spring branch up Jones Branch to my head line and so along the line to his brother John's land, and likewise I give him three Negros, Allow, Jane & Grace, their increase to him and his heirs forever. Item I give unto my son Thomas Grigsby all the remainer part of that pattain. I bought of Battain from the end of Wolf Pit Point up Jones Branch to my head line on the east side of branch; also I give him the said tract of land whereon now I live to him and his heirs and likewise I give him three Negros, Nan, Genny, Mary, and their increase to him & his heirs forever and likewise I give unto my son Thomas Grigsby all my hoggs belonging to me and likewise I give him half my cattle and the other half of cattle to be divided between my other four sons and daughter and likewise all my other part of my moveable estate to be equally divided between my six children and further I doe desire that my estate may not be brought to an appraisment, and further I doe appoint my two sons John and Thomas Grigsby to be my executors of this my last will & testament to see that everything equally divided between themselves revoking all former wills as witness my hand and seale this 17th March, 1728/9. Signed & Sealed in the Present of us & Delivered: Jn.Grigsby (Seal) Hen. Lopdell mark Eliz. Q. Eaton her At a Court held for Stafford County the 11th day of November 1730 this Will was presented into Court by John Grigsby and Thomas Grigsby, executors therein named, who made oath thereto and the same being further proved by the oath of Elizabeth Eaton, one of the witnesses thereto, who also made oath that she saw Henry Lopdell, another witness, subscribed, sign the same it is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. Test: Catesby Cooke, Clerk A Copy Teste: S.L. Alexander, Clerk

Born: , , Virginia, USA 1695 Baptised:
Died: Gunstan Hall, , Stafford co, Va, USA 10th Feb 1745 Buried:
Family:
Fowke
  formerly of Gunstan

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Capt. Chandler 
Fowke
(
Fossaker
) 1695 - 1745
2.
Col. Gerard 
Fowke
(
Lomax
,
Burdett
) 1662 - 1735
4.
Col. Gerard 
Fowke
(
Thoroughgood
) 1606 - 1669
5.
Anne 
Thoroughgood
(
Chandler
,
Fowke
) 1630 - 1704
3.
Sarah 
Burdett
(
Fowke
) c. 1666 - ante 1734
6.
Thomas 
Burdett
(
Cotton
) c. 1635 - 1666
7.
Verlinda 
Cotton
(
Burdett
) * 1640

Siblings


1.
Gerard 
Fowke
* 1687
2.
Ann Frances 
Fowke
(
Alexander
) 1690 - 1739
3.
Frances 
Fowke
(
Brown
) 1692 - 1744
4.
Katherine 
Fowke
(
Bayne
) 1694 - c. 1750
5.
Elizabeth 
Fowke
* c. 1695
6.
Roger 
Fowke
(
Stone
) 1696 - 1727

Spouses



1. c. 1716
Mary 
Fossaker
(
Fowke
) 1700 - 1783

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Mary 
Fossaker
(
Fowke
) 1700 - 1783
1.
Chandler 
Fowke
1717 - ante 1732
2.
Gerard 
Fowke
(
Dinwiddie
) 1718 - 1769
2a.
Elizabeth 
Dinwiddie
(
Fowke
) + 1781
2.1.
Sarah 
Fowke
(
Roy
) ...
2.2.
Roger 
Fowke
2.3.
Robert Dinwiddie 
Fowke
(
Peachy
) 1746 - 1798
2.4.
Elizabeth 
Fowke
(
Phillips
) * 1747 ...
2.5.
John 
Fowke
1757 - 1783
2.6.
Chandler Dinwiddie 
Fowke
(
Frazier
) 1759 - 1795
2.7.
William 
Fowke
(
Bronaugh
) 1761 - 1814
2.8.
Anphel 
Fowke
(
Johnston
) 1761 - 1818
2.9.
George 
Fowke
(
Bartlett
) 1764 - 1814 ...
2.10.
Gerard 
Fowke
+ 1781
2.11.
Mary 
Fowke
(
Slaughter
) + 1790
3.
William Chandler 
Fowke
(
Fowke
) 1720 - 1742
3a.
Jane 
Fowke
(
Fowke
) + post 1742
3.1.
John 
Fowke
4.
John 
Fowke
1725 - 1740
5.
Elizabeth 
Fowke
(
Brazier
) * 1727
5a.
Zachariah 
Brazier
(
Fowke
)
5.1.
Sarah Harrison 
Brazier
(
Cannon
)
5.2.
Grandison 
Brazier
5.3.
Elizabeth 
Brazier
5.4.
John 
Brazier
5.5.
Sarah Elizabeth Ashmore 
Brazier
6.
Anne 
Fowke
1729 - 1732
7.
Chandler 
Fowke
(
Harrison
) 1732 - 1810
7a.
Mary 
Harrison
(
Fowke
) 1741 - 1831
7.1.
Ann Harrison 
Fowke
1760 - 1787
7.2.
Frances (Fanny) 
Fowke
(
Bradford
) 1762 - 1835 ...
7.3.
Katherine (Caty) 
Fowke
1765 - 1842
7.4.
Nelly 
Fowke
(
Hews
,
Latham
) 1768 - 1841
7.5.
Thomas Harrison 
Fowke
(
Baker
) 1770 - 1843 ...
7.6.
Jane Johnson 
Fowke
(
Johnson
) 1772 - 1848
7.7.
Sarah 
Fowke
(
Hewlett
) 1774 - 1851 ...
7.8.
Susanna 
Fowke
1776 - 1853
7.9.
Dr. John Siddenham 
Fowke
(
Johnson
) 1778 - 1849 ...
7.10.
Dorothea (Dorothy) 
Fowke
1781 - 1843
8.
Sarah 
Fowke
1734 - 1739
9.
Anne 
Fowke
(
Hooe
) * 1737
9a.
John 
Hooe
(
Fowke
) * 1728
9.1.
Mary Anne 
Hooe
* 1756
9.2.
William 
Hooe
* 1758
9.3.
Bernard 
Hooe
* 1760
9.4.
Susannah 
Hooe
* 1762
9.5.
Catherine 
Hooe
* 1764
9.6.
Sarah Burdett 
Hooe
* 1766
9.7.
Anne Frances Harris 
Hooe
* 1770
10.
Susannah 
Fowke
(
Peyton
) * 1739
10a.
Henry 
Peyton
(
Fowke
) 1743 - 1814
10.1.
Eleanor 
Peyton
10.2.
Henry 
Peyton
* 1765
10.3.
Richard Henry 
Peyton
* 1767
10.4.
Chandler 
Peyton
* 1768
10.5.
Yelverton 
Peyton
* 1771
10.6.
Susan 
Peyton
+ 1815
10.7.
Mary 
Peyton
+ 1815
11.
Richard 
Fowke
(
Bunbury
) 1741 - c. 1776
11a.
Anne 
Bunbury
(
Fowke
) 1741 - post 1773
11.1.
Lucy 
Fowke
(
Hawes
) ...
11.2.
Susannah 
Fowke
(
Berry
) * 1761 ...
11.3.
Roger 
Fowke
(
Hawes
) 1773 - 1818 ...
11.4.
Judith 
Fowke
(
Berry
) + post 1800 ...
12.
William 
Fowke
1743 - 1743
Sources

Timeline


1695Born Virginia, USA
c. 1716Married
Mary 
Fossaker
(
Fowke
) 1700 - 1783
6th Aug 1734Became an heir of
Col. Gerard 
Fowke
(
Lomax
,
Burdett
) 1662 - 1735 (will)
10th Feb 1745Died Stafford co, Va, USA
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