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Dr. James Williamson
born - England - Around. 1618
died - VA --Essex Co - Old Rappahannock Co Dec 1656
mariied - VA - Isle of Wright around 1642
Anne UNDERWOOD
born - England - or Virginia -  Around 1622 / 30
died -  VA - Old Rappahannock Co around 1662
Children
1 .Henry  WILLIAMSON   Isle of Wright, 1643
2. Margaret WILLIAMSON - BALL -  Isle of Wright, Around  1644
3. Mary WILLIAMSON  -  Isle of Wright, Around  1646
4. William) WILLIAMSON  -  Isle of Wright, Around.1646

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James Williamson
born -  VA - Isle of Wright around  1621
died - VA - 8 DEC 1656 in Lancaster County
mariied - VA - Isle of Wright 1651 - 16 DEC 1652
Anne Underwood
born - England  -  Around  1629
died -  VA - Old Rappahannock Co around 1662
Children
1. Margaret Williamson b: ABT 1655 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
2. Mary Williamson b: ABT 1656 in Lancaster County, Virginia
3. William Williamson b: BEF 1656 in Lancaster County, Virginia
4. Henry Williamson b: BEF 1656 in Lancaster County, Virginia

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William Underwood
born -  England - Kent 1606
died - England - 1637
mariied - England  around  1627
Margaret Mason
born -England - around 1611
died -  Virginia
Children
1. William Underwood - England - 1627
2.Anne Underwood - England - 1629
3.Mary Underwood - Virginia -  Old Rappahannock County 1626
4.Elizabeth Underwood - England -  1632
5. Sarah Underwood  - England -  1634
6. Margaret Underwood: - England - 1634 - 163
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William Underwood
born -  England -  St. Stephen, Walbrook, London, Middlesex -
Between 1595 - 1606
Immigration -  England to VA. Colony between 1636 -1642
died - VA - Bwrween 1638 to  20 AUG 1643
mariied - England  St. Giles, Cripplegate, London Between 1595 AND 1606
Margaret 'Mary' Masan
born -England -  Between  1605 - 1610
Immigration -  England to VA. Colony Before 1650
Land Contract - VA - Isle of Wright Co 03 FEB 1650/51
died -  VA -  Before 14 OCT 1669
Children
1. Anne Underwood - England  1629
2. William Underwood  - England  1630
3.Elizabeth Underwood   - England  1632 - 1635
4. Sarah Underwood  - England   1634
5.Margaret Underwood -  VA. - 1634 - 1638
6. Mary Underwood -  VA. - 1637 - 164
0


Marriage 2 John Upton - After 1653
Marriage 3 Thomas Lucas  After  10 APR 1657

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Edmond Underwood
born -  England - London, Middlesex 1579
died - England - London, Middlesex 1637
mariied - England Walbrook London, Middlesex 1599
Alice Papworth
born -England - Hitchin, Hertfordshire 27 Apr 1589
died -  England
Children
1.John Underwood - England - London, Middlesex  1605
2. William Underwood - England -Kent  1606
3.Thomas Underwood  - England - London, Middlesex 1611


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SURNAME  - UNDERWOOD
1  
Joseph Donald BANNER  
Margaret Alicia LILLIS  
2
Arthur LILLIS   
Ella May PLIMLEY  
3
John LILLIS
Margaret MORAN
4
JOHN MORAN
Margaret PARKER
5
Solomon PARKER
Nancy WELCH
6
Robert James PARKER
Providence MILLER
7
Thomas MILLER
Charlotte MONTAGUE  
8
Rev Latane' MONTAGUE
Catherine Young  
9
Henry Young
Rachel Smith
10
William Young
Katherine Williamson
11
Justice Henry WILLIAMSON
Catherine WEEKES
12
Justice James Williamson
Anne Underwood
13
William Underwood
Margaret Mason
14
Edmond - George Underwood
Alice Papworth
12  Anne Underwood
"daughter of William Underwood and Margaret 'Mary' Masan"
"Contributed by: James Hughes
URL:
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/isleofwight/c
ourt/history.txt
URL title: Isle of Wight County VA - Records; William
and Mary College Qrtly, Vol. 7, No. 4, P. 205-249
Note:
Deed of Capt. John Vpton and Margaret his wife, M.
V., X her mark.
Will of Capt. John Vpton, dated 16 Jan., 1651 --
proved Dec. 16, 1652: "I, Capt. John Vpton, of the Isle
of Wight county, in Virginia." To eldest son John
Vpton, all that tract of land being part of it in the
tenure of John King, James Bagnall, Nicholas Morris,
etc., containing in the whole eight hundred and fifty
acres, and if the said John Vpton dies before he
comes to the age of one and twenty, then I give and
bequeath the said land until William, Elizabeth, Sarah
and Margaret Vnderood, to be divided as followeth,
&c., To said son a mare fole and one cow with calf,
being upon the probate of my will sett apart for him
with their increase to be equally shared amongst my
daughters-in- law Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret
Vnderwood. "To William Vnderwood, Elizabeth, Sarah
and Margaret Vnderwood 1500 acres near Ambrose
Bennett's and allways reserved out of this land Three
Hundred acres with Mr. Robert Bracewell hath. To
William, Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret Vnderwood all
my land at Rappahannock, &c. All the rest of my
Estate, Goods, Chat- tels, servants, &c., to
whatsoever here in Virginia after my Debts, Legacies
and funerall rights paid and discharged I give &c. to
my Loving and Welbeloved Wife Margaret Vpton,
whom I con- stitute &c. sole executrix of this my last
Will and Testament." Loving friends, George ffawdon,
William Vnderwood and James Taylor, clerk, my
overseers to see my will performed. To each of my
overseers a ring 20 shilling sterling apiece. Likewise
ordains Anne Williamson, the wife of James
Williamson equal sharer in my land at Rappahannock
with these above named. (1) To Elizabeth Vnderwood
one pillion and one pillion cloth at day of marriage.
Proved by the oaths of William Vnderwood and Ed-
ward Skinner. Witnesses, John Gallins X mark, James
Taylor."

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13   Anne Underwood
'Children of Margaret 'Mary' Masan and William Underwood are:
i. Anne Underwood was born ABT 1629 in England,
and died ABT 1662 in (Old) Rappahannock County,
Virginia.. She married James Williamson BET 1651
AND 16 DEC 1652 in Isle of Wright County, Virginia.,
son of Richard Williamson and Margaret Sherwood.
He was born ABT 1621 in Isle of Wright County,
Virginia., and died 8 DEC 1656 in Lancaster or (Old)
Rappahannock County, Virginia..
ii. William Underwood was born ABT 1630 in England,
and died BEF 28 FEB 1661/62 in Old Rappahannock
County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Moseley BEF
1649, daughter of ? Moseley and ? ?.
iii. Elizabeth Underwood was born BET 1632 AND
1635 in England, and died BEF 16 JUN 1673 in Essex
County, Virginia.. She married James Taylor BET
1652 AND 1654 in Isle of Wright County, Virginia.. He
died BEF 1 MAY 1655 in Surry County, Virginia.. She
married Francis Slaughter ABT 1655 in VA., son of
John Slaughter and ? ?. He was born ABT 1630, and
died ABT 1657 in VA.. She married John 'Sr.' Catlett
BEF 5 JAN 1663/64 in VA.. He was born BET 1622
AND MAR 1624/25 in Sittingbourne, County Kent,
England, and died BET 1669 AND 1670 in VA.. She
married Amory Butler BET MAY 1670 AND 20 APR
1672 in VA., son of ? Butler and ? ?. He was born
ABT 1649, and died BET 1678 AND 1679 in
Sittingbourne Parish, Old Rappahannock, Virginia..
iv. Sarah Underwood was born ABT 1634 in England,
and died AFT 1702 in Westmoreland County,
Virginia.. She married William Pierce BET 1650 AND
1658 in VA.. He died BEF 7 APR 1702 in
Westmoreland County, Virginia..
v. Margaret Underwood was born BET 1634 AND
1638 in VA., and died ABT 1696 in York County,
Virginia.. She married Humphrey Booth ABT 1660. He
was born ABT 1630 in Lancaster County, Virginia.,
and died ABT 1702 in Essex County, Virginia..
vi. Mary Underwood was born BET 1637 AND 1640 in
VA.. She married Moore Fauntleroy.
===
RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
ORDER BOOK, 1656-1664.
Slaughter, Francis. No date. No date of probate.
{generally thought to be 1657}
To mother-in-law Mrs. Margaret Upton;
brother-in-law Col. Moore Fauntleroy;
my wife Mrs. Elizabeth Slaughter;
I appoint my good friend and loving brother ----------;
Humphrey Booth to be assistant to my wife.
===
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The Will, of Margaret Underwood's second husband
Captain John Upton was probated Dec. 16, 1652,
sheds a lot more light on who were her children. John
Upton was very generous to all the children involved:
his one child John Upton and Margaret's children.
SOURCE: Virginia Genealogies #1, Genealogies of
Virginia Families V, R-Z and
The Descendants of Captain Thomas Carter page 101
"Capt. John Upton in his will, prob. Isle of Wight
County, Dec. 16, 1652, left his land on the north side
of Rappahannock River to his stepdaughters
Elizabeth, Sarah, and Margaret Underwood, and Anne
Underwood, now the wife of Mr. James Williamson.
Also gave them 1,500 acres in Isle of Wight County,
and likewise 850 acres if his son John Upton died
before he reached the age of twenty-one years."
SOURCE: Virginia Genealogies #1, Genealogies of
Virginia Families V, R-Z and
The Descendants of Captain Thomas Carter page 101
"Capt. John Upton in his will, prob. Isle of Wight
County, Dec. 16, 1652, left his land on the north side
of Rappahannock River to his stepdaughters
Elizabeth, Sarah, and Margaret Underwood, and Anne
Underwood, now the wife of Mr. James Williamson.
Also gave them 1,500 acres in Isle of Wight County,
and likewise 850 acres if his son John Upton died
before he reached the age of twenty-one years."
Page 602 Virginia Families:
"....I give and bequeath the said Land unto William,
Elizabeth, Sarah & Margaret Underwood to be divided
as followeth (viz) Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret
Underwood each of them a Hundred acres, and the
remainder to William Underwood. ...And if it shall
happen that my said son dies before the age of one
and twenty then the said mare fole and cow with their
increase to be equally shared amongest Daughters in
Law, Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret Underwood.
Item. I give and bequeath unto William Underwood,
Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret Underwood, the tract
of parcel of Land running upon this side of the
Threshet near Ambrose Bennett's containing fifteen
hundred acres of Land...I give and bequeath unto
William, Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret Underwood, all
my land at Rappahannock or what shall be hereafter
made good upon my rights they to be possest with it
after my wife's decease....Likewise ordain Anne
Williamson, the wife of James Williamson, to be equal
shares in my land at Rappahannock with the above
named. ...And for the rest of my estate, goods,
chatteils, servants, household stuff, Lands,
Tenements, herediments whatsoever here in Virginia
or elsewhere after my debts, legacies and funeral
rights paid and discharged, I give, devise and
bequeath the same unto my very Loveing and Well
beloved Wife Margaret Upton, whom I constitute,
ordain and make sole executrix of this my last Will and
Testament. And I also hereby desire and make my
Loveing friends Major George Fowden, William
Underwood and James Taylor Clerk, my overseers,
desiring them to see this my will performed. Likewise I
give and ordain my Executrix to give each of my
overseers a ring of Twenty shillings sterling price.
I give unto Elizabeth Underwood one pillion and pillion
cloth to be delivered at her day of marriage."
Page 603:
"The year of the making (Will) is not of record but
when Margaret Upton made a deed conveying land to
John Butcher dated 3rd February 1651 she styles
herself as WIDOW of Capt. John Upton (Transcribed
records, page 40)."
"The Underwoods seem to have gone to
Rappahannock River country about the year 1655 or
1656 since Margaret Upton the mother of them sold
her last lands 8 March 1655 to her son in law Francis
Slaughter. (Transcribed rec. 62)."
Page 607:
"On April 10th 1657, we find a MARRIAGE
AGREEMENT (pre-marital agreement) between
Captain Thomas Lucas the Elder of Rappahannock in
Virginia Gentleman, ...and Margaret Upton late wife of
Capt. John Upton deceased...but if the said Margaret
Upton shall happen to survive...the said Col. More
Fauntleroy and Capt. William Underwood and their
heirs and administrator that all of the said estate shall
return to her and said Margaret Upton. ...The sons of
the said Lucas are not to be disturbed on the land on
which they shall be seated."
The bond was for the sum of 12,000 pounds of
tobacco executed to Col. More Fantleroy and William
Underwood. (Vol. 1656-64, page 33, Rappahannock
County, now Richmond)"
===
Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Lancaster County - Book 3
Page Name Date No. Acres
18 Margaret Upton 1653 700
46 Thomas Merryman &
Mogan Heynes 1653 700
365 Mrs. Margaret Brent 1655 1000"
===
Contributed by: James Hughes
URL:
http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np234.htm
URL title: Individual Notes
Note:
Old Rappahanock County Deed Book 1656 - 1664
part I
page65
In the name of God amen I Francis SLAUGHTER
being very sick in body but of perfect memory thanks
be to God do make and ordain this my Last Will &
Testament in manner & forme following Vizt.
Imprimis I bequeath my soul to god in assured hope of
salvation through the merrits of Jesus Christ our Lord
& my body to be decently buried & for what Estate
that pease God to indue me with I give and bequeath
in manner and forme foll.
first I give and bequeath unto my Mother in Law Mrs
Margaret Upton ten shillings to buy her a pair of
gloves.
Secondly I give unto my brother in law Col More
Fantleroy my book intitled "Hookers Eclesiasticall
Policy
Thirdly I give unto Andrew Dew my overseer as much
broadcloth as will make him a suite.
Fourthly I give unto my dear wife Mrs Eliza slaughter
all the rest of my esate and do likewise constitute and
appoint her my true and lawfull
executrix reserving and excepting my Rapier and belt
and a young mare that runs eitherabout Lyons or
lower Chipoake Creek (missing) River
lastly I consittute and appint my very good friend and
loving Br (Brmissing ) Humphrey Bookth assistant to
my wife to do what shall be needful in reference to
(missing) estate and for his care and pains I give unto
him the said Rapier and (missing as before reserved
and excepted (missing) us.
(missing) HN JUM (missing) Francis SLAUGHTER
Phillip Sander
Preceding Document dated Jun 1657
====
(Old Rappa. Deeds &Wills, 1665-1677, Ruth & Sam
Sparacio, McClean, Virginia)
Robert {Lisson}SISSON also purchased land from
Humphrey BOOTH which BOOTH had acquired from
his mother-in-law, Mrs. Margaret (-----) Underwood
Upton Lucas and which was adjacent to that of Col.
Wm. UNDERWOOD whose widow married next
Archdale COMBS. Robert SISSON'S {Lisson} sister,
Mary, m (1) Nathaniel POPE, (2) Anthony BRIDGES;
(3) Lewis NICHOLAS; and (4) David WYCLIFFE. Her
first husband, Nathaniel POPE, was the father of her
son, Nathaniel POPE alias BRIDGES, who m Jane
BROWN, d/o Original & Jane BROOKS Brown, and
whose property was adjacent to that of John COMBS
of Richmond VA (s/o Archdale & Mrs. Elizabeth
COMBS, the latter the widow of Col. Wm.
UNDERWOOD, and thus sister-in-law by marrige to
Humphrey BOOTH (See Also
Brooks-Brown-Pope-Wroe Families & Underwood &c.
Families)'"

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14  Margaret Mason
"On 3 February 1651, ther instant Margaret
transferred various lands to John Butcher. This land is
believed to have been located on the south side of
Rowland's Neck. Margaret was the executrix of her
second husband John Upton's will. John's son by his
first marriage, John Upton Jr. died without issue
before reaching his majority , and the land mentioned
in John Sr.'s 1652 will was subsequently inherited by
Margaret's children with William Underwood. In
addition to the land that Margaret transferred to John
Butcher, she transferred additional land toPhilip
Dewell (land located on Pagan Creek) on 9 April 1652
and Edmund Skynner and William Moseley were
witnesses. On 8 March 1655, her son-in-law Francis
Slaughter purchased 850 acres of land located on a
branch of the Warwasqueak River near the head of
Pagan Creek from her.

Margaret, and the Underwood family seem to have
migrated to the area of Rappahannock County in
about 1655 or 1656. After the death of her husband
John, it is reported that Margaret migrated to the area
of Lancaster Co., Va. (Genealogies of Virginia
Families, Vol. V, William & Mary Quaterly, p. 247). On
12 September 1656, Margaret is referenced ashaving
sold a horse to John Temple, and the sale was
witnessed by herson-in-law Humphrey Booth et. al. On
10 October 1656, Margaret, by her mark transfered
700 acres to Humphrey Booth, her son-in-law. That
land was located on the north side of the
Rappahannock River beginningon the upper side of a
divident of Land then in possession of John Edgcomb
and running for greadth by or nigh the river side. This
transaction was in the presence of her son William
Underwood.

On 5 January 1663-64, Margaret is recorded as
having given her son-in-law Captain Francis
Slaughter deceased, one cow for the use of Francis
Slaughter Jr. his son. On 16 September 1663,
Margaret made a deed of gift conveying to her
gtrandchildren Grace and Katherine Booth one cow
each."

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William Underwood
"Justinian Cooper patented 1050 acres on 13
September 1636 in Warrisquick Co. for the
transportation of twenty persons that included
WilliamUnderwood. (Ref: Virginia Land Patent Book
1, Part 1, p. 380). The same Justinian Cooper
patented 1050 acres of land in Isle of Wright County
on 16 August 1637, lying upon the head of Lawnes
Creek; 50 acres for his own personal adventure, 1000
acres for twenty others among whom was the instant
William Underwood. (Ref: Virginia Land Patent Book1,
Part 1, p. 454 - August 16, 1637) On 16 March 1642,
(one reference suggests this transaction took place in
1647 ?) the same Justinian Cooper patented a tract of
2400 acres listing himself as coming over four times,
Ann his wife and William Underwood. (Ref: Land
Patent Book1, Part II, p. 874) As a result, it is
established that the instant William Underwood was in
the Virginia colony by 1636, but the exact year of his
arrival is still in doubt.

In 1643, William is referenced in the adjoining county
of Surry when on 20 August the following is dated:
"This bill bindeth us William Underwood and William
Burwell our executors, administrators or assigns topay
or cause to be paid unto John Flower of the rest of
the owners ofthe ship Virg(a) Merch(t) teh jsut sum of
eleven pounds of Current and Lawful Money of
England which is for the passage of Wililam
Underwood home for England".

One source references the instant William, as of the
'The Mount' in Rappahannock Co., Virginia. Another
source (Douglas and Purcell's of Tidewater, VA.)
suggest that William's parents were George
Underwood and Alice Papworth, but offers no
citations."

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"William Underwood Records  Timeline Discuss
Capt. John Upton Capt. Thomas Lucas
William Underwood son of William Underwood
Margaret may have been the daughter of Capt. John Mason.
She married (2) Capt. John Upton by 1638.
He died 1650--51 Isle of Wight County VA.
She married (3) Capt. Thomas Lucas the Elder April 10, 1657
Rappahannock Co VA.
She died before Oct. 14, 1669 when Thomas Lucas made his
will not mentioning a wife.
Very little is known of William Underwood Sr. He was declared
a Headright
August 16, 1637. This must mean William Underwood Sr. as
William Underwood Jr. was not yet of age.
Virginia Land Patent Bk----Aug. 16, 1637.
Justinian Cooper patented 1050 acres in Isle of Wight County
head of Lawnes Creek.
Headright for himself and 20 others. (Included William
Underwood).
Note: This record is not necessarily the date William
Underwood came over, he was declared a headright on that
date.
He was dead by 1638 as his widow Margaret married Capt.
John Upton by 1638.
Isle of Wight County Virginia Deeds
1600 acres granted to John Upton and Margaret wife Nov. 4,
1638.
400 acres of this land set over to William Underwood joining
the 300 acres which was sold to Robert Bracewell Clerk Jan.
9, 1650. John Upton sold part of the same tract to John
Valentine.
Surry County Virginia Record Bk----1643
William Underwood and William Burwell pay to owner of ship
Virg. Merchant the sum of 11 pounds for the passage of
William Underwood home for England.
Wit: Jacob Masonn, George Prestor.
Capt. John Upton second husband of Margaret
Notes: Capt. John Upton came to Isle of Wight Couhty in 1620
and represented Isle of Wight County VA in House of
Burgesses 1630-1645.
Isle of Wight County Virginia Deed Bk----7ber 13, 1644
Capt. John Upton and wife Margaret to John Mason
Land patented by John Upton.
Isle of Wight County Virginia Wills
Will of John Upton----Proved Dec. 16, 1652.
To eldest son John Upton 850 acres.
If John Upton dies before age 21, then the land to William,
Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret Underwood.
To William, Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret Underwood the
land, 1500 less 300 acres, near Ambrose Bennett.
To William, Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret Underwood all my
land at Rappahannock.
Wife Margaret Upton. She to be Executrix.
Overseers of Will: Major George Fowden, William Underoowd,
James Taylor Clerk.
Ann Williamson the wife of James Williamson to be equal
shares in my land at Rappahannock
with the above named.
Wit: John x Gallins, James Taylor
Proved by William Underwood and Edward Skinner.
Isle of Wight County Virginia Deeds----Feb. 3, 1651
Margaret Upton widow of Capt. John Upton to John Butcher
Land on South side of Rowland’s Neck.
Isle of Wight County Virginia Deeds----April 9, 1652
Margaret Upton to Philip Dewell - - - land on Pagan Creek.
Wit: Edmund Skinner, William Moseley.
Isle of Wight County Virginia Deeds----March 8, 1655
Margaret Upton to son-in-law Francis Slaughter
850 acres on a Branch of Warwas queak River now known as
Newtown Haven on a branch upon the head of Pagan Creek.
Dut by Patent to John Upton Sept. 23, 1637.
Note:
Pagan Creek is in present Isle of Wight County VA.
The Indian Massacre in April of 1644 was a blow to the settlers
along the James River.
After the Massacre, many of them left fot the upper Virginia
country and more friendly Indians.
Betweeen 1644 and 1650 settlement began in the
Rappahannock River vicinity.
Mrs. Margaret Upton was of Lancaster County in 1656.
A patent to Mrs. Margaret Upton for 700 acres in Lancaster
County was filed.
The land was on the North side of the Rappahannock River
and on the upper side of the land of John Edgcomb near the
Creek which divides this land from that of Anthony Jackman.
John Edgcomb was the daughter of Sarah who married John
Suggett of what was later Richmond County Virginia.
Rappahannock County Virginia was formed from Lancaster
County in 1656.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----Sept. 12, 1656
Margaret Upton to John Temple - - a horse Wit: William
Moseley, Humphrey Booth
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----7ber3, 1656
Fantleroy’s acknowledgement to Upton - - - More Fantleroy’s
land western side of John Edgcomb.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records
Margaret Upton of Lancaster County VA to Humprey Booth - - -
700 acres North side of Rappahannock River - - - upper side
of land of John Edgcomb Capt. Thomas Lucas, Third
Husband of Margaret
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----April 10, 1657
Capt. Thomas Lucas the Elder of Rappahannock County to
marry Margaret Upton.
Bond by Col. More Fantleroy and Capt. William Underwood
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----Jan. 5, 1663/64
Mrs. Margaret Lucas to son-in-law Francis Slaughter
1 cow for use of his son Francis Slaughter Jr.
John Catlett had married Elizabeth, widow of Francis
Slaughter and the stock of cattle
fell into the said Catlett’s hands who conveyed them to
Margaret Lucas to be disposed of according to her Deed of Gift.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----Sept. 16, 1663
Margaret Lucas Deed of Gift to her grandchildren Grace Booth
and Katherine Booth 1 cow each.
John Catlett to acknowledge the Deed to the children “of my
son Booth”.
Notes: The Will of margaret Underwood Upton Lucas is not
found, but references are made to it in the records.
Capt. Thomas Lucas made his Will Oct. 14, 1669 and it was
proved March 24, 1673.
His wife Margaret was not mentioned and so died before he
wrote the Will.William Underwood son of William Underwood
Sr. and wife Margaret Virginia Land Patent Bk 2, P 191----May
22, 1650 1400 acres granted William Underwood on North
side of Rappahannock at mouth of Mileck Creek above the
land of James Williamson and to Bushwood Creek.
Transportation of 28 people.
Virginia Land Patent Bk 2, P 191----May 22, 1650
600 acres granted William Underwood on North side of
Rappahannock on a point near mouth of Indian Creek running
NE by N and above land of Mr. James Williamson.
Transportation of William Moseley, William Underwood 4
times, Mary his wife, William Underwood his son, etc.
Notes: William Underwood was in Lancaster County VA at the
first Court in 1652 and he and James Williamson both listed
as Justices. He servied in the House of Burgessses in 1652.
Lancaster County Virginia Records----Aug. 6, 1653
To settle the Indians, met to meet (every 6th man) at a point of
general rendevous at the house of
William Underwood for ye several rendevouses to be
appointed by each Commissioner in the limits respectively
choosing places most for their convenience - - -
Mr. Richard Loe, Mr. James Bagnall, Mr. George Taylor, Mr.
William Underwood, etc. - - -
limits from his own house to be up side of Totuskey Creek.
Mr. Tobey Smith from ye lower side of Totuskey Creek to ye
upper side of Maratticon.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----Feb. 6, 1655
William Underwood of Lancaster County to Elizabeth Fantleroy
- - white cow. Which was given to her in 1652.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----March 20, 1655
William Underwood to Edward Bradshaw - - 1/2 cattle and
horses upon my plantation. Wit: William Moseley, George
Raules.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----Dec. 8, 1656
James Williamson died intestate. William Underwood, uncle
of his orphans on the mother’s side is Administrator and
Guardian.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records----March 13, 1656
Moore Fantleroy and wife Mary appoint William Underwood
their Attorney to acknowledge their sale of 250 acres to Francis
Slaughter.
Virginia Land Patents----Sept. 10 , 1658
2784 acres granted to William Underwood adjoining Thomas
Whitlock and Richard Coleman. 1400 acres granted to William
Smart in 1657 who assigned same to William Clapham Jr.
who assigned same to William Underwood. The rest, 1384
acres, is due Underwood for transportation of 28 persons into
the colony.
Virginia Land Patents----Sept. 10, 1658
882 acres granted to William Underwood among the head
branches of Pepetick Creek and
at the head of the land of Silvester Thacker, Thomas Whitlock
and Thomas Wright. Transportation of 18 person.
Rappahannock County Virginia Records 1656-64, P 68----Nov.
2, 1659----1659
William Underwood and wife Mary to Rice Jones and Capt.
Richard Loes - - - 120 pounds.
Upper half of 1400 acres where Rappahannock County
Courthouse now stands.
Adjoining land of Col. Fantleroy known by the name of
Mangorick/Mangerick and on the east side of Bushwood Creek.
Notes: William Underwood has no extant Will but died before
Feb. 28, 1662 when Thomas Lucas Jr. said he had surveyed
for William Underwood a tract of 2561 acres.
Thomas Lucas Jr. made a Power of Attorney to father Thomas
Lucas Sr. to recover tobacco due him for surveying the land for
Col. William Underwood deceased."

Thursday, August 13, 2009
MKHGenealogy.com:
Mary Kathryn Harris
http://records.mkhgenealogy.net/Underwood
This is a work in progress.
All information is speculative.
SALSBIZ.COM 2011
Prints and Photographs Digital Item Display - 2004661551:
Forbes, Edwin, 1839-1895, artist.
TITLE:  Old Va. farmer coming from mill. Rappahannock Station, Va.
CALL NUMBER:  DRWG/US - Forbes, no. 120 (A size) [P&P]
REPRODUCTION NUMBER:  LC-DIG-ppmsca-20595 (digital file from original item)
LC-USZ62-15655 (b&w film copy neg.)
NOTES:
Gift, J.P. Morgan, 1919 (DLC/PP-1919:R1.1.121)
Forms part of: Morgan collection of Civil War drawings
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