Robert Carter Beverley, Sr

COLONEL ROBERT CARTER2 BEVERLEY, SR (WILLIAM1)1,2,3,4 was born 21 Aug 17405, and died 12 Apr 1800 in “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia5,6. He married MARIA BYRD CARTER7,8,9,10 177311. She was born 22 Nov 1745, and died 21 Aug 1817 in Williamsburg, York County, Virginia12.

Notes for COLONEL ROBERT CARTER BEVERLEY, SR:

“The will of Robert Beverley of Blandfield, dated March 9, 1793, and proved in Essex, April 21, 1800. He gave his wife Maria, for her life, all his lands, houses and mills in Essex called Blandfield, Grays, Forest or Camberwell plantations, also the lands called Stokes and the and purchased from Jackson and Hackley, also 100 acres purchased from Thomas Waring. His wife is to choose out of his slaves in Essex twenty-two men and twenty-two women for agricultural purposes, and as many children under fifteen years of age as will make the whole number nintety four. Also lends her during life the stocks of horses, cattle, &c., and implements of husbandry on said plantations. To son William L6,000 sterling, or so much as should remain unpaid to him at the testators death with an interest of 6 per cent. on the balance. Execurtors are authorized to sell lands in King and Queen county, 3,000 acres land near Chester’s Gap in Culperper called Wakefield, containing about 4,000 acres; lands at the Thoroughfare Mountain called Stockwell, containing about 3,000 acres; all the land on the lower side of the road leading from Isaac Hinn’s to Norman’s Ford, and all land in Caroline county not devised to sons Peter and McKenzie Beverley, supposed to contain 6,000 acres; also all lots in the town of Staunton, and the tenements adjoining said town leased to Long and Brown, also all stocks of horses, cattle, &c., and crops on his Park plantation in King and Queen county, to be employed in discharging his debts and legacies. Has given his son Robert 1,050 acres out of his Elkwood plantation and sixty negroes, and now gives him 500 acres more. To his son Robert his lots in Tappahannock and the reversion of all lands, &c, left his mother. To son Carter, when twenty-one years old, part of the Elkwood tract; To son Byrd, 2,438 acres, part of Elkwood, and also the tract of land in Culpeper callen Heri, containing 808 acres. To son Munford, when twenty-one, 700 acres part of Elkwood, and also all his lands in the little fork of Culpeper, part of Elkwood contained in his Ursulana and Elkwood patents. To sons Peter Randolph and McKenzie Beverley, when twenty-one, 7,000 acres in the upper part of his Chase tract in Caroline county, and also his lot on Port Royal. To son Robert reversion of slaves left wife. Has already paid his daughters, Maria and Lucy Randolph their marriage portion. To daughters Anna Munford, Everlyne Byrd, Jane Bradshaw and Harriett Beverley, twenty-eight negroes each, sons Carter, Byrd, Munford, Peter R and McKenzie Beverley forty slaves each, and remainder of slaves to be divided between his five sons. Slaves left to wife, and their increase, to go after her death to sons Robert, Carter, Byrd, Munford, P R and McKenzie. Stock, &c., on plantations given sons to go to said sons. [Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981, 113-114.]

Codicil. September 1, 1795. As he has given son Carter part of Elkwood, with thirty slaves, stocks, &c., these to be considered part of his legacy.

Codicil. February 17, 1796. As daughter Ann Munford has married Francis Corbin and he has given her twenty-eight slaves he delares this shall be all she is entitled to.

Codicil. January 4, 1798. As he has given son Byrd part of Elkwood and 30 slaves, this to be considered part of his legacy.

Codicil. As daughter Evellyn Byrd has married George Lee, and he has given her part of the slaves destined for her, his executors areto make out the nuimber, provided George Lee repays to the executors the money testator has advanced to him. As testator has paid L5,000 of the L6,000 promised to his son William, directs the remainder be paid him. Daughters Jane and Harriet to receive L1,500 each in lieu of negroes or anything else devised them. Gives his park lands in King and Queen county to his sons Munford, Peter and McKenzie.

Codicil. November 18, 1799. Having given the use of his Park land to his wife he cancels the last codicil.

Codicil. Frees Harry, son of Milly, who has attended him for twenty years, and gives him seventy acres in Essex. Executors to provide him with suitable implements. [Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981, 114.]

More About COLONEL ROBERT CARTER BEVERLEY, SR:
Codicil to Will: September 1, 1795; February 17, 1796; January 4, 1798; November 18, 1799; etc.13
Probate: 21 Apr 1800, Essex County, Virginia14
Public Office: Clerk15
Residence: “Wakefield,” Culpeper County, Virginia; “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia16,17,18
Will Dated: 09 Mar 1793, Essex County, Virginia19

Children of ROBERT BEVERLEY and MARIA CARTER are:
i. WILLIAM3 BEVERLEY19, b. 27 Oct 1763, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia20 m. (1) MARY MIDGELEY21  m. (2) DAUGHTER BECKWITH22

More About WILLIAM BEVERLEY:
Education: Trinity College, Cambridge University23
Public Office: Magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for the East Riding of Yorkshire; Vice-lieutenant23
Residence: Beverley, Yorkshire, England23

ii. MARIA BEVERLEY24,25,26, b. 15 Dec 1764, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia27; d. 18 Oct 1824, Williamsburg, York County, Virginia27; m. (1) RICHARD RANDOLPH III28,29, 15 Dec 178530; b. 31 Mar 1757, Henrico County, Virginia30,31; d. 16 Mar 1799, Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia32,33; m. (2) MAJOR GAWIN LANE CORBIN, SR34,35, 12 Aug 180036; b. 19 Jun 177837

More About RICHARD RANDOLPH III:
Military service: Served in the Revolutionary War38,39
Probate: 09 Sep 1799, James City County, Virginia40
Residence: “Curles,” Henrico County, Virginia; Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia40
Will Dated: 19 Feb 1799, Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia40

More About MAJOR GAWIN LANE CORBIN, SR:
Public Office: Bet. 1768 – 1770, Member of the House of Burgesses from Middlesex County, Virginia41
Residence: “Yew Spring,” Caroline County, Virginia41

iii. ROBERT CARTER BEVERLEY, JR, b. 30 Jul 1766, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia42; d. 14 Jan 176742.

iv. ROBERT BEVERLEY III43,44, b. 12 Mar 1767, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia45 m. JANE TAYLOE, 26 May 179146; b. 25 Mar 177446; d. 10 May 181646.

More About ROBERT BEVERLEY III:
Public Office: Justice of Middlesex, 1795; and of Essex47
Residence: Middlesex and Essex Counties, Virginia47

v. LUCY BEVERLEY48,49, b. 24 Feb 1771, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia50; d. 185451; m. BRETT RANDOLPH52, 21 Nov 178953; b. 20 Jul 1766, Chesterfield County, Virginia53; d. 23 Jan 1828, “Goshen,” Loundes County, Mississippi53.

More About BRETT RANDOLPH:
Burial: 1828, “Oakleigh,” Alabama53

vi. BURTON BEVERLEY, b. 24 Nov 1773, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia54; d. Bef. 09 Mar 179355. vii. CARTER BEVERLEY, SR56, b. 15 Apr 1774, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia57; d. 10 Feb 184458; m. JANE WORMELEY58

Notes for CARTER BEVERLEY, SR:

“At 19 South Market Street in Staunton there stands an enormous white brick house, set well back from the street behind a terraced lawn. Over the front door is a wide arched fanlight, and under the four front windows on the first floor are small iron balconies.
For more than two hundred years this building–undergoing various changes–has been a Staunton landmark, and although it has not always been as we see it today, the principal rooms remain as they were when they were planned and erected by William Beverley, loyal Tory and indefatigable colonizer.
It is hard to realize that the Shenandoah Valley was practically a wilderness when William Beverley received from Governor Gooch a grant of 118,491 acres ‘in consideration for inducing a large number of settlers to the community.’ Augusta County was not to be formed for two years more, 1738, and the present city of Staunton would not be named until 1761. The settlers who had already arrived were putting together cabins of chinked logs and stone.
In the midst of this pioneer region William Beverley began to build what was called ‘a Manor Mansion House’ which amazed his neighbors who, unless they had traveled across the Blue Ridge Mountains to Tidewater, had never seen such magnificence before. The wide hall had a great staircase. The four rooms–two on each side–were twenty feet square and lofty in proportion. There wer paneled wainscotings and windows with deep embrasures.
To be sure, colonial law ordered that a man must build a dwelling on his land, but there was no law or precedent for a dwelling of such dimensions. Furthermore, it was remarkable that William Beverley should want such a house, for he already possessed his large manor of which he was extremely fond, named Blandfield, in Essex County.
William Beverley’s only son Robert inherited his father’s Valley holdings in 1756, but although he came frequently to Staunton he apparently preferred to lodge elsewhere than in the huge, echoing house. But his son, Carter, seems to have inherited his grandfather’s interest in the old place. He rented it from Daniel Sheffey, who had bought it in 1805, and accumulated suitable furniture for the big square rooms, and the best English silverware and glass and china he could find, for entertaining on a lavish scale. He stocked the roomy stables with blooded horses and his guests were free to follow the chase or ride over to Waynesboro where there was a level race track.
As elsewhere in Virginia, the love of horses was accompanied by the love of dancing, and when three of the big rooms in the Manor Mansion were thrown together, they made a tremendous ballroom, which never lacked couples in silks, satins, brocades and fine broadcloth.” [Rothery, Agnes, Houses Virginians Have Loved, Bonanza Books, New York, 1955, pp 75-77.]

More About CARTER BEVERLEY, SR:

Public Office: Justice of Culpeper County, Virginia58 Residence: “Cedar Level,” Prince George County, Virginia; Culpeper County, Virginia; “Kalorama,” Augusta Counties, Virginia; The Cedars,” Columbus, Mississippi58,59,60

viii. BYRD BEVERLEY61, b. 06 Aug 1775, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia62

ix. JAMES MILLS BEVERLEY, b. 22 Dec 1776, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia62; d. 08 Apr 1779, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia62.

x. ANNA MUNFORD BEVERLEY63,64, b. 06 Jan 1778, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia65 m. FRANCIS CORBIN66,67, Bef. 17 Feb 179668; b. 176069

More About FRANCIS CORBIN:
Education: Cambridge, England; the Temple, London69
Residence: “Buckingham House,” Middlesex County, and “The Reeds,” Caroline County, Virginia70,71

xi. MUNFORD BEVERLEY72, b. 04 Mar 1779, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia73

xii. PETER RANDOLPH BEVERLEY74, b. 02 Oct 1780, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia75 m. LOVELY ST MARTIN76

More About PETER RANDOLPH BEVERLEY:
Residence: Bordeaux, France; Yorkshire, England; Virginia76

xiii. EVELYN BYRD BEVERLEY77,78, b. 06 Jun 1782, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia79 m. (1) DR PATRICK HUME DOUGLAS80,81 m. (2) GEORGE LEE, SR82; d. 180583.

More About DR PATRICK HUME DOUGLAS:
Residence: Kentucky84

More About GEORGE LEE, SR:
Residence: Loudoun County, Virginia85

xiv. MCKENZIE BEVERLEY86, b. 03 Jun 1783, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia87m. ISABELLA GRAY88

More About MCKENZIE BEVERLEY:
Residence: Spotsylvania County, Virginia88

xv. JANE BRADSHAW BEVERLEY89, b. 27 Aug 1784, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia90 m. THOMAS ROBERTSON91

xvi. HARRIET BEVERLEY92, b. 12 Apr 1786, “Blandfield,” Essex County, Virginia93m. a RITTENHOUSE94

Endnotes

1. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
2. Wingfield, Marshall, A History of Caroline County, Virginia , (Trevvet Christian & Co, Richmond, VA 1924), 421.
3. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294.
4. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 008, 123.
5. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
6. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 117.
7. McGhan, Judith, Indexed by, Virginia Vital Records , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1982. Second printing, 1984.), 697.
8. Du Bellet, Louise Pecquet, Some Prominent Virginia Families, Volume II , (J P Bell Company Publishers, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1907), 208.
9. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294.
10. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 008, 123.
11. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294, [I imagine this date should actually be 1763, since several children, including Maria, were born before 1773. BCC.]
12. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
13. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
14. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 113.
15. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294, d“Robert Beverley, (1752-1800), while as clerk was imprisoned and fined because he refused to surrender the journals of the House of the British.”
16. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume V , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 42.
17. Du Bellet, Louise Pecquet, Some Prominent Virginia Families, Volume II , (J P Bell Company Publishers, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1907), 208.
18. Wingfield, Marshall, A History of Caroline County, Virginia , (Trevvet Christian & Co, Richmond, VA 1924), 421.
19. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 113.
20. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
21. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 116.
22. Du Bellet, Louise Pecquet, Some Prominent Virginia Families, Volume II , (J P Bell Company Publishers, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1907), 234.
23. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 116.
24. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume V , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 29.
25. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
26. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294.
27. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
28. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume V , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 29.
29. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294.
30. Brown, Stuart E, Jr., Myers, Lorraine F, Chappel, Eileen M, Pocahontas’ Descendants , (The Pocahontas Foundation, 1985), 86.
31. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294.
32. Brown, Stuart E, Jr., Myers, Lorraine F, Chappel, Eileen M, Pocahontas’ Descendants , (The Pocahontas Foundation, 1985), 86.
33. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294.
34. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume II , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 518.
35. Fleet, Beverley, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume II , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1988.), 162.
36. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume II , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 355, “Major Gawin Lane Corbin married, Aug. 12, 1800, Maria, widow of Richard Randolp of ‘Curles,’ and daughter of Robert Beverley, of ‘Blandfield.’.”
37. Fleet, Beverley, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume II , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1988.), 165.
38. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume V , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 42.
39. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 044, 294, “Richard Randolph, (1757-99), served as an officer in the cavalry. He was born in Henrico Co; died in Williamsburg.”
40. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume II , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 518.
41. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume II , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 197.
42. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
43. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 113.
44. Wingfield, Marshall, A History of Caroline County, Virginia , (Trevvet Christian & Co, Richmond, VA 1924), 421.
45. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
46. Washington, Sarah Tayloe – Family Bible Records.
47. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 119.
48. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume V , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 29.
49. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
50. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
51. Brown, Stuart E, Jr., Myers, Lorraine F, Chappel, Eileen M, Pocahontas’ Descendants , (The Pocahontas Foundation, 1985), 94.
52. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume V , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 29.
53. Brown, Stuart E, Jr., Myers, Lorraine F, Chappel, Eileen M, Pocahontas’ Descendants , (The Pocahontas Foundation, 1985), 94.
54. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
55. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 113-114.
56. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
57. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
58. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 119.
59. Rothery, Agnes, Houses Virginians Have Loved , (Bonanza Books, New York, 1955).
60. Brown, Stuart E, Jr., Myers, Lorraine F, Chappel, Eileen M, Pocahontas’ Descendants , (The Pocahontas Foundation, 1985), 94, 103.
61. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
62. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
63. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
64. Wingfield, Marshall, A History of Caroline County, Virginia , (Trevvet Christian & Co, Richmond, VA 1924), 421.
65. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
66. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
67. Fleet, Beverley, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume II , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1988.), 164.
68. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
69. Wingfield, Marshall, A History of Caroline County, Virginia , (Trevvet Christian & Co, Richmond, VA 1924), 421.
70. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 115.
71. Wingfield, Marshall, A History of Caroline County, Virginia , (Trevvet Christian & Co, Richmond, VA 1924), 420.
72. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
73. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
74. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 113.
75. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
76. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 119.
77. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
78. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 008, 123.
79. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
80. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 115.
81. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The, Volume 008, 123.
82. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
83. Du Bellet, Louise Pecquet, Some Prominent Virginia Families, Volume II , (J P Bell Company Publishers, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1907), 208.
84. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 115.
85. Du Bellet, Louise Pecquet, Some Prominent Virginia Families, Volume II , (J P Bell Company Publishers, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1907), 208.
86. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 113.
87. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
88. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 119.
89. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
90. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
91. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 115.
92. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 114.
93. The book bears the book-plate of ‘MARIA CORBIN, KINGS CREEK’, Beverley Prayer Book, (Printed by Hall & Sellers, in Market Street, Philadelphia, 1790.).
94. Barnes, Robert, Indexed by, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume I , (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1981.), 115.

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