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Littleberry, Elizabeth (b. , d. ?)

Note: Elizabeth made two wills, one which was dated Aug 28, 1678 in which she provided for her Worsham children. The other one, dated Sept 23, 1678, she provided for her Eppes children. Both of her wills were proved on Oct 1, 1678.

The Aug 28, 1678 Will describes her as "Elizabeth Epes of Bermuda Hundred, widow" and makes the following bequests: To daughter, Elizabeth Kennon, a stone ring, her black gown, green silk petticoat, green satin bodie and one fourth of her money in the hands of Samuel Claphamson (of London); to her grandchild Mary Kennon Bolling, a stone ring "given me by my sister King"; to her daughter, Mary Worsham, one fourth of her money, certain personal property and wearing apparel, and her thumb ring; to her daughter Mary Eppes, a "new suite which came in this year"; to her son John Worsham, one fourth of her money and her silver tobacco box; to son Charles Worsham, one fourth of her money and certain other personal property. The remainder of her
estate to her husband, Eppes children. She made her son-in-law, Richard Kennon, executor.

Elizabeth's second Will dated Sept 23, 1678, she is described as "widow of Col. Francis Eppes of Henrico, deceased", ratifies all her gifts to her children by her former husband, Mr. Wm. Worsham, deceased. The estate that was given to her by the verbal Will of her husband, Col. Francis Eppes, she wishes to be divided equally between the children she had by said Eppes: William, Littleberry and Mary, when they come of age. She appoints her step-son, Francis Eppes and her son-in-law, Richard Kennon, executors.

Elizabeth Littleberry Worsham Eppes was the great great grandmother of Martha Wayles who married President Thomas Jefferson. 

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Bolling, John Sr. (b. 26 JAN 1675/1676, d. 20 APR 1729)
Note: He settled on his father's farm at Varina and this is where he died. He was called the Father of the House of Burgesses.

The House of Burgesses was the forerunner of the Virginia General Assembly. The elected Senate is now the upper house. The lower house was composed of elected representatives (Burgesses) from the shires or counties and is roughly the equivalent of the Delegates of today. The first meeting of the House of Burgesses took place on July 30, 1619 and consisted of 22 Burgesses (2 from each of the eleven boroughs).

John was the sole heir to the large properties his mother had inherited from her father, Lt. Thomas Rolfe. Colonel Bolling settled, lived and died in "Cobbs" which is on the Appomattox River, just below Petersburg, Virginia. The Bollings family is known to have sociably engaged in trade and commerce with the Indians, his countrymen.

Date of Death also given as 17 Apr 1729 in Cobbs, Henrico Co, VA
Death: 20 APR 1729
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Pigg, Gabriel (b. 31 DEC 1827, d. 17 MAY 1887)
Death: 17 MAY 1887
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Pigg, Amanda (b. Abt 1824, d. Aft 8 APR 1892)
Death: Aft 8 APR 1892 Langnau, Laurel Co, KY
Burial: Old Salem Cemetery, Laurel Co, KY
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Pigg, John (b. Abt 1827, d. ?)
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Pigg, Lewis (b. 1829, d. ?)
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Pigg, Sephus (b. 1837, d. ?)
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Pigg, Mourning (b. 1720, d. ?)
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Murrell, Mildred (b. , d. 1785)
Note: Marriage records of The Old Free State list: James Clayton m. Milley Murrell Surety: Bailey George 3/30/1792
Death: 1785 Albemarle Co VA
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Staats, Agnietje Pieterse (b. Abt 1677, d. ?)
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Bowman, Agatha Jacobsen (b. 12 JUN 1661, d. ?)
Note: Children
Joris NEVIUS
Johannes NEVIUS
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Nevius, Cornelis (b. Bef 19 JUN 1661, d. ?)
Note: Name also given as Cornelis Neefus
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Staats, Neeltje Pieterse (b. Abt 1673, d. ?)
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Bowman, Joris (b. Bef 24 JUL 1695, d. ?)
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Bowman, Joris (b. Bef 15 NOV 1702, d. ?)
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Bowman, Joris (b. Bef 24 JUL 1710, d. ?)
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Bowman, Tryntie (b. Bef 23 OCT 1711, d. ?)
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Bowman, Jacob (b. Bef 4 MAY 1714, d. ?)
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Bowman, Cornelis (b. Bef 15 JUN 1718, d. ?)
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Staats, Pieter Jansen (b. Abt 1638, d. ?)
Note: Note:
Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York page 273
Pieter Janse of Gowanus, m. 1st Annatie Pieterse Praa; m. 2d Antie Janse Van Dyck. In 1673 he petitioned Gov. Colve for a piece of land on Staten I. opposite Amboy, the matter being postponed until the Gov. could obtain knowledge of the premises. Oct. 20, 1674, he and his sons Jan and Peter Petersen obtained a patent for the land applied for, as per p. 31 of Cal. of Eng. Man. In 1694 he sold his Gowanus farm of 30 morgens, located between land of Gerbrand Claasen and that of Cors Van Duyn, to his s. Pieter Pieterse for o200, as per p. 37 of Lib. 2 of Con. Took the oath of allegiance in Brn in 1687 as a native. Issue (by 2d w.):--Geesje, bp. Dec. 18, 1661, in Brn; Pieter Pieterse, bp. July 8, 1663, in Brn; Annetje Pieterse, m. Cornelis Jorise of the ferry; Neeltje Pieterse, m. Harmen Jorisen; and Johannes Pieterse. Made his mark to documents.

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Jan (sup.) of Buk, m. Anneke Pieters (Praa) and had issue:--Jan Janse, bp. Mar. 16, 1684; Neeltje Janse, bp. Nov. 17, 1687; Anneke Janse, bp. Sept. 9, 1688, in Flh; and Aaltje Janse, bp. Oct. 30, 1692, in Brn.
Jan, emigrated in 1651, and on ass. roll of Buk of 1675. This may be the Jan who m. Anneke Pieters.

http://www.aloha.net/~esinger/staats.htm
Pieter Jansen Staats (1638 - 1706) and Annetje Jans van Dyck
Annetje Jansz Van Dyck was the daughter of Jan VanDyck (Jan Thomasse Van Dyck). He had emigrated from Amsterdam, Holland, in 1652, and settled in New Utrecht, one of the villages which would one day coalesce into the city of New York.
Pieter Staats and Annetje owned and farmed land in Gowanus (Brooklyn, New York). He was on the assessment rolls of 1675 and 1683, and the census of 1698.
In 1674[2], Peter Jansen and his sons Jan and Pieter "of Gowanus" petitioned for a piece of land on Staten Island opposite Amboy.
In 1677, Peter and Annetje were listed as members of the Dutch Reformed Church of Gowanus. In 1687, Peter took the oath of allegiance in Breucklyn as a native. In 1690, he was commissioned Lieutenant of horse in Kings County.

There were nine children:
Jan Staats 1656-1734 m. Catharine Corsen
Elsje Staats 1661-? m. Sander Egberts
Peter Staats 1663-1748 m. Lysbet Aerentsen
Abraham Staats 1666-? m. Rachel Taylor
Neeltje Staats 1674-? m. Harmen Bouman
Annetje Staats 1677-? m. Cornelius Bouman
Agneta Staats 1680-? m. Abraham Messelaar
Isaac Staats 1682-?
Jacob Staats 1685-?

The first six were born in Brooklyn, Agneta in New Utrecht, Isaac in Midwoud and Jacob in Flatbush.

Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, pg. 164
Pieter of Kings Co., made a deposition in relation to the burning of Jochem Pietersen's by the Indians in 1644, as per Furman's Antiquities of Long Island.
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