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111. William WYCHE was born on 26 Sep 1659 in Alderley, England. He was baptized on 18 Oct 1659 in Alderley Church, England. He was buried on 21 Jan 1750 in Alderley Church, England. Buried as "William Wych, of Soss Moss, gentleman, aged 91 and upwards." He died on 17 Jan 1751 in Alderley, England.

He was married to Elizabeth DOD on 31 Dec 1690 in St. Thomas's, Southwark, England. The Minister John Turner performed the ceremony. Elizabeth DOD died about 1748 in Alderley, England. She was buried on 19 Feb 1748 in Alderley Church, England. William WYCHE and Elizabeth DOD had the following children:

+154 i. William WYCHE of Soss Moss.

155 ii. Thomas WYCHE was born before 3 Jul 1695 in Alderley, England. He was baptized on 3 Jul 1695 in Alderley Church, England. He died about 1722/23 in Alderley, England. He was buried on 21 Mar 1722/23 in Alderley Church, England. Thomas never married.

156 iii. Elizabeth WYCHE was born on 23 Feb 1695/96 in Alderley, England. She was baptized on 24 Feb 1695/96 in Alderley Church, England.

+157 iv. Anne WYCHE.

158 v. Martha WYCHE was born before 28 Apr 1702 in Alderley, England. She was baptized on 28 Apr 1702 in Alderley, England.

159 vi. Richard WYCHE was born before 10 Apr 1704 in Alderley, England. He was baptized on 10 Apr 1704 in Alderley Church, England.

160 vii. Samuel WYCHE was born before 3 Mar 1705/6 in Alderley, England. He was baptized on 3 Mar 1705/6 in Alderley Church, England. He died before 14 Feb 1722/23 in Alderley, England. He was buried on 14 Feb 1722/23 in Alderley Church, England.

+161 viii. Mary WYCHE.

+162 ix. Peter WYCHE.

+163 x. John WYCHE.

164 xi. Ellen WYCHE was born before 30 Mar 1716 in Alderley, England. She was baptized on 30 Mar 1716 in Alderley Church, England.

+165 xii. Margaret WYCHE.

112. Gentleman Richard WYCHE of Over Alderley was born about 1670/71 in Alderley, England. He was baptized on 20 Jan 1670/71 in Alderley Church, England. He died about 1730 in Alderley, England. He was buried on 14 Apr 1730 in Alderley Church, England.

He was married to Mary MASSIE on 7 Jan 1701/2 in Alderley, England. Gentleman Richard WYCHE of Over Alderley and Mary MASSIE had the following children:

+166 i. Thomas WYCHE of Over Alderley.

167 ii. John WYCHE Gentleman was born before 9 Jun 1706 in Alderley, England. He was baptized on 9 Jun 1706 in Alderley Church, England. He died before 21 Jan 1783 in Alderley, England. He was buried on 21 Jan 1783 in Prestbury, England.

+168 iii. Phoebe WYCHE.

+169 iv. Richard WYCHE.

117. Anne WYCHE was born about 1669 in Alderley, England. She was baptized on 7 Sep 1669 in Alderley Church, England.

She was married to Eleazer ASHTON of Stockport on 24 Aug 1686.

118. Damaris WYNNE.

She was married to Mathew BRIDGMEN of Writtle in Essex, Esquire. Damaris WYNNE and Mathew BRIDGMEN of Writtle in Essex, Esquire had the following children:

170 i. Elizabeth BRIDGMEN.

171 ii. Damaris BRIDGMEN.

120. Jane WYNNE.

She was married to Alex MYERS of London. Alex MYERS of London was a Turkey merchant. Jane WYNNE and Alex MYERS of London had the following children:

172 i. Gentleman William MYERS of Watling St., London died about 1742. He was an attorney.

+173 ii. Priscilla MYERS.

174 iii. Damaris MYERS signed a will before Jul 1728 in England. Will was proved at Prerog. Courts in July 1728.

+175 iv. Elizabeth MYERS.

122. John SIMPSON.

He was married to Sarah. John SIMPSON and Sarah had the following children:

176 i. Dorothy SIMPSON was born about 1670. She was baptized about 1670.

177 ii. Sarah SIMPSON was born about 1671. She was baptized about 1671.

123. Benjamin WYCHE of Whiteparish and Cranehouse was born about 1657. He signed a will on 26 Dec 1732 in England. His will was proved at London in March 1735 by his son. He died about 25 Apr 1734 in England.

He was married to Alice THORNYCROFT. Alice THORNYCROFT was born on 25 Nov 1651 in England. She died on 30 Nov 1728 in England. She was buried in St. Thomas's Church, Salisbury, England. Benjamin WYCHE of Whiteparish and Cranehouse and Alice THORNYCROFT had the following children:

+178 i. Abigail WYCHE.

+179 ii. Martha WYCHE.

+180 iii. Richard Samuel WYCHE of Steeple Langford.

125. John WYCHE was born on 2 Jan 1667/68 in England. He was baptized on 16 Jan 1667/68 in St. Martin's in the Fields, England. His will was proved in April, 1714. He signed a will about Oct 1713 in England. He died on 15 Oct 1713 in England.

He was married to Bethesda SAVAGE. Bethesda SAVAGE died before 23 Apr 1718 in England. She was buried on 23 Apr 1718 in Picadilly, England. Buried as Bathsheba. Bethesda was the executrix of her husband's estate in 1714. John WYCHE and Bethesda SAVAGE had the following children:

+181 i. Sir Cyrill WYCHE.

+182 ii. Sophia WYCHE.

130. Bernard WYCHE of Surat in the East Indies died about 1727. Administration granted to his widow.

He was married to Elizabeth. Bernard WYCHE of Surat in the East Indies and Elizabeth had the following children:

+183 i. Peter WYCHE.

131. Jermyn WYCHE died on 7 Jan 1719. Administration of his estate was granted to his widow. He was born. He was buried in Hockwold, Norfolk, England.

He was married to Mary HUNGERFORD on 27 Aug 1699 in St. Mary at Hill, London, England. Mary HUNGERFORD died about 1736. Jermyn WYCHE and Mary HUNGERFORD had the following children:

184 i. Cyrill WYCHE was born before 1707. Cyrill is mention in his grandfather's will in 1707. He signed a will on 30 Oct 1773 in England. There were codicils dated November 19, and the will was proved June 23, 1780. He died before 23 Jun 1780 in England.

1729 - Cyrill was the High Sheriff of Norfolk.

+185 ii. Catherine WYCHE.

+186 iii. Mary WYCHE.

135. Jane GRANVILLE.

She was married to Sir William LEVISON-GOWER. Jane GRANVILLE and Sir William LEVISON-GOWER had the following children:

+187 i. John GOWER.

+188 ii. Jane GOWER.

136. Grace GRANVILLE.

She was married to Lord George CARTERET of Hawnes, County Bedford. Lord George CARTERET of Hawnes, County Bedford died before 22 Sep 1695 in England. His obituary was published September 22, 1695. Grace GRANVILLE and Lord George CARTERET of Hawnes, County Bedford had the following children:

+189 i. John Granville CARTERET Earl.

137. Sarah WYCHE was born about 1680 in Surry County, VA. Sarah and her son, Henry, were mentioned in her father's will. She died after 1728.

She was married to William HUNT about 1699 in Surry County, VA. William HUNT was born about 1682 in Surry County, VA. He died on 10 Apr 1727 in Surry County, VA. Sarah WYCHE and William HUNT had the following children:

+190 i. Henry HUNT.

191 ii. Thomas HUNT.

138. Gentleman George WYCHE I was born about 1685 in Surry County, VA. George was mentioned in his father's will. He signed a will on 5 Oct 1753. His will, dated October 5, 1753, was proved July 15, 1757 in Surry County, Virginia. He left his wife, Sarah Wyche, one half of his estate for life and then to son, Benjamin Wyche. He also gave his son, Peter, a tract of land on Fountain Creek in Brunswick County, Va. 200 acres more or less, "where he now lives." His grandson, Drury Wyche (son of Peter Wyche), received 100 acres on Beaver Pond Creek in Brunswick County where Charles Braddy now lives. The remainder of his estate went to his son, Benjamin Wyche, who was also named as executor. The will also mentions son in laws, Abraham Greene and Theophilus Goodwynne, daughter Hannah Wyche and granddaughter Elizabeth Woodruff (under 21). He died before 15 Jul 1757 in Sussex County, VA. George resided in Surry County, Virginia. Sussex County was formed from Surry County in 1753.

1740 - George is listed as an appraiser of the estate of William Edmunds in Surry County on October 15, 1740.

1752 - George is listed in the account of the estate of Colonel Thomas Cooke, deceased on March 20, 1752.

He was married to Sarah. Sarah died on 29 Dec 1739 in Sussex County, VA. Her death was certified by George Wyche. Gentleman George WYCHE I and Sarah had the following children:

+192 i. Peter WYCHE.

+193 ii. WYCHE.

+194 iii. Elizabeth WYCHE.

+195 iv. Elizabeth WYCHE.

+196 v. Hannah WYCHE.

+197 vi. George WYCHE II.

+198 vii. Benjamin WYCHE.

139. William WYCHE died about 1720 in Surry County, VA. His will, dated February 1, 1720, was proved in Surry County on February 15, 1720. To son, Cyril, all my land and three slaves. Wife, Judith, to have the labor of the three negoes untill Cyril is 21 years old. Rest of estate to wife, Judith, and "all my children". after debts and funeral expenses are paid. Witnesses were: Senator Richard Parker, Henry Beddingfield, and Richard Parker Jr. (Recorded Will Book 7, page 299.) He was born in Surry County, VA. William was mentioned in his father's will.

1716 - William lived in Surry County, Virginia; with his brother Henry when he patented land on October 1, 1716.

 

Judith died about 1731 in Surry County, VA. William WYCHE and Judith had the following children:

199 i. Cyril WYCHE was born after 1699. Cyril was not 21 years old when his father's will was made in February 1719/20.

200 ii. Sarah WYCHE was born before 1712 in Surry County, VA. The first reference to Sarah in Henry Wyche's will appears to be Sarah, the daughter of his son William.

140. Henry WYCHE died before Mar 1735 in Brunswick County, VA. Henry's will was presented to the March 4, 1735/6 Court by Frances Wych, the executrix, and the same was proved by John Irby and George Hicks, witnesses thereto. His will named his sons: Henry and William; daughters, Abigail Brewer, Rebecca, Elizabeth and his wife, Frances, who was named executrix (Will Book 1, page 256). The estate inventory was recorded April 7, 1737 (Will Book 1, page 320). He was born in Surry County, VA. Henry was mentioned in his father's will.

1722 - Henry patented 370 acres on the North side of the Meherrin River on June 22, 1722 in Surry County, Virginia. Beginning and extending a corner of Robert Hixes land. (Patent No. 11, p. 100.)

1724 - In Surry County, Virginia, on February 22, 1724; Henry patented 220 acres on the North side of the Meherrin River. Beginning and extending on the bank of said river, adjoining his own land and David Crawleys. (Patent No. 12, p. 181.)

1726 - On July 7, 1726; Henry patented 220 acres on the South side of the Meherin River in Brunswick County, Virginia. (Patent No. 12, p. 522.)

1733 - Henry was appointed surveyor of the hiway from Hik's (Hicks) Ford to the County Line, and the hands that usually cleared it, to assist him repairing same.

1735 - George Hicks replaced Henry Wych as the road overseer.

 

Frances died about Apr 1748 in Brunswick County, VA. She signed a will before 5 May 1748 in Brunswick County, VA. Frances' will was proved May 5, 1748 in Brunswick County, Virginia. She named daughters Abigail Brewer, Rebecca Lucas, and Elizabeth Lucas. Grandchildren William Lucas (son of Samuel and Rebecca), John Brewer and Frances Brewer, son-in-laws, William Lucas and George Brewer, and son William Wyche. Her son, William, and George Brewer were named executors (Will Book 2, page 148).

The estate inventory was recorded September 26, 1749 (Will Book 2, page 170). Henry WYCHE and Frances had the following children:

+201 i. Abigail WYCHE.

+202 ii. Rebecca WYCHE.

+203 iii. Elizabeth WYCHE.

204 iv. William WYCHE died before 3 Dec 1757 in Brunswick County, VA. The estate inventory was approved and recorded January 24, 1758 in Brunswick County, Virginia (Will Book 3, page 236).

1750 - Indenture made the 6th day of March 1750, between John Davis and James Hicks for 5 pounds, conveying 130 1/2 acres on South side of Hall's Branch formerly granted to John Bishop by patent bearing date of March 15, 1741. . . conveyance became the Estate of Charles Hix who died without issue and intestate and so became the estate of Thomas Hix, nephew and heir at law to the said Charles Hix, and by him sold and conveyed to the said John Davis and James Hix by deed. . . dated the 4th day of January, 1745. Witnesses were Dyonysius Wright, William Wyche and Edward Robertson. Presented in Court on March 26, 1751. Brunswick County, Deed Book 5, page 29.

1751 - Indenture made March 26, 1751, between William Wyche of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and John Lightfoot of same, 20, 200a, being part of land granted to the said Wyche by Letters Patent dated July 12, 1750. Signed William Wyche. Court March 26, 1751, Indenture acknowledged by William Wyche. Deed Book 5, Page 71.

Indenture made March 6, 1750, between John Davis of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and James Hicks of same, 130 1/2a on South side of Hall's branch, it being one moiety of a a tract containing 261a formerly granted to one John Bishop by Patent dated March 15, 1741 and by several mean conveyances became the Estate of one Charles Hix who died without Issue and Intestate and so became the Estate of one Thomas Hix Nephew and heir at law to the said Charles Hix and by him sold and conveyed to the said John Davis and James Hix by deed of bargain and sale dated January 4, 1745. Signed John Davis. Wit: Dyonysius Wright, William Wyche, Edward Robertson (bhm). Court March 26, 1751, Indenture, Memorandum and Receipt proved by the oaths of Dionysius Wright, William Wyche, and Edward Roberson. Deed Book 5, Page 29.

1752 - William deeded 590 acres of land to Nathaniel Edwards. The land was originally patented by his father, Henry Wyche who devised it to his son Henry, deceased. See the following: Indenture made the 20th day of May, 1757, between Nathaniel Edwards of Dinwiddie County, and William Edwards, for love for his son, William Edwards, conveying 590 acres on North side of Maherrin River and being same land granted by Letters of Patent dated June 22, 1722 and February 22, 1724, to Henry Wyche, dec'd., who devised to his son, Henry Wyche, also deceased by whose death tract descended to William Wyche who conveyed to the said Nathaniel Edwards by Indenture dated the 1st day of March, 1752. Witnesses were Archd. WAGER, Nathaniel Edwards Jr., and Edward Nowell. Acknowledged in Court on May 24, 1757. Deed Book 6, page 163.

1754 - William was living in Brunswick County, Virginia in 1754 when he made a deed of gift to his sister Rebecca Lucas.

1755 - His estate was appraised in Brunswick County, Virginia on December 3, 1755.

1759 - Indenture made the 24th day of April, 1759, between Lewis Parham, Merchant, of Prince George County, and Adam Sims, Adm. of all the goods and chattels, rights and credits of William Wyche, dec'd. Brunswick County, Deed Book 6, page 495.

205 v. Henry WYCHE died about 1752 in Brunswick County, VA. Henry died without issue. In 1752, his brother, William, deeded 590 acres patented by Henry Wyche, deceased, father of said William, who devised it to his son Henry, deceased. Died without issue. A deed of William Wyche in 1752 to Nathaniel Edwards for 590 acres patented by Henry Wyche, deceased, the father of William, who devised it to his son, Henry, deceased. There was a Henry Wyche in Greensville County, Virginia in 1783.

1735 - Henry Wyche, John Irby, Samuel Chamberlin, and Charles Stewart were appointed by the May 1, 1735 Counrt to appraise the estate of Daniel Hicks, deceased.

1751 - Indenture made March 26, 1751 between John Pebles of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and Henry Wyche of same, 45, on both sides of Fountains Creek, 281a. Signed John Peebles. Wit: William Mosley, George Wyche, John Rauser [Raucer] (bhm). Court March 26, 1751, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by John Pebles, and Elizabeth the wife of the said John personally appeared and Relinquished her right of Dower. Deed Book 5, Page 13.

 

141. Allinor "Elinor" WYCHE died about 1735 in Surry County, VA. She was born in Surry County, VA. Hellinor was mentioned in her father's will.

She was married to Francis MABRY Jr before 1712 in Surry County, VA. On June 23, 1724, George Hunt, Gent., of Charles City County sold 2600 acres on both sides of Nottoway River (most of this being given to said George Hunt by the will of his father, William Hunt, decd., and 100 acres was bought by said Hunt from Francis Mayberry and his wife the daughter of Henry Wyche who bought the 100 acres from said William Hunt. William Hunt had a patent dated 24 Oct 1701 for 4324 acres and one dated 19 Dec 1711 for 190 acres.) on June 23, 1724 to John Allen, Gent., of Surry County. Wit: Samuel Cobbs, John Pasteur, Jr., James Spence,Edward Hill, and John Clanton. Signed: George Hunt (Rec 19 Aug 1724.) Francis MABRY Jr was born about 1686 in Surry County, VA. He died about 1728.

1719 - Francis Mayberry and wife, Elinor Mayberry, of Surry County sold 100 acres on north side of Nottoway River and bounded by said Hunt to George Hunt of Charles City County for 32 pounds current money. The land was formally bought by Henry Wyche, decd., from Maj. William Hunt and a 10 foot square is reserved as the burial place of said Wyche. Wit: Thomas Eldridge and William (x) Haugood (?) Signed: Francis (x) Mayberry and Elinor (x) Mayberry.

Allinor "Elinor" WYCHE and Francis MABRY Jr had the following children:

206 i. William MABRY died about 1750 in Surry County, VA. He was born in Surry County, VA.

+207 ii. Francis MABRY.

142. James WYCHE was born before 1714 in Surry County, VA. James was mentioned in his father's will. He signed a will on 24 Feb 1748 in Surry County, VA. His will, made February 24, 1748, was probated June 20, 1749. To daughter, Amy Jackson, her husband, Ambrose, one negro for life, then to her heirs. To my daughter, Tabitha Lucas, one lamb. To my eldest son, James, the lower part part of my land at Flagg Gutt...below Great Island to John Tharp's path. To daughter, Martha Bridges one ewe lamb. To daughter Elizabeth Johnson, one negro. To my youngest son, Nathaniel Wyche, the remainder of the land and two negoes. To daughter, Sarah, one ewe. To daughter, Ann, a negro. To daughter, Frances, one ewe, negro, etc. To daughter Rebecca, one negro. To wife Elizabeth, the remainder of the estate. Son, James and Nathaniel Wyche. Witnesses were James (F)Terrell and William Pettaway. (Recorded in Will Book 8, page 196.) The inventory of James' estate was recorded in Surry County on May, 15, 1750. Appraisers were: Joseph Thorp, Major Tillar, and Samuel Alsobroo. He died before 20 Jun 1749 in Surry County, VA. James lived in Albemarle Parish, Surry County, Virginia; this area became Sussex County in 1753.

1740 - On July 16, 1740, Thomas Cowan of Bartie Precinct, North Carolina appointed Howel Brewer of Brunswick County, Virginia as his attorney to represent him over some cattle he had raised for James Wyche. Witnesses were: William (x) Brewer and James (x) Wise.

1745 - Indenture made the 2nd day of May, 1745, between James Wyche and Elizabeth, his wife, of Surry County, and Charles Collier of Brunswick County, for 20 pounds, conveying 150 acres on South side of Maherrin River on Beaverpond Creek. Names of the witnesses were not given. Acknowledged in Court on May 2, 1745, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by James Wyche and Elizabeth his wife, previous to which the said Elizabeth was privily examined. Brunswick County, Deed Book 3, page 20.

Indenture made the 2nd day of March, 1749, between Charles Williams and Nathaniel 1749 - Edwards, for 50 pounds, conveying 250 acres on Otterdam Swamp. Witnesses were Richard Ledbetter, William Ledbetter and James Wyche. Presented to Court on March 27, 1750. Brunswick County, Deed Book 4, page 9.

1749 - Indenture made the 2nd day of March, 1749, between Charles Williams and Nathaniel Edwards, for 50 pounds, conveying 250 acres on Otterdam Swamp. Witnesses were Richard Ledbetter, William Ledbetter and James Wyche. Presented to Court on March 27, 1750. Brunswick County, Deed Book 4, page 9.

 

 

 

James WYCHE and Elizabeth had the following children:

+208 i. Amy WYCHE.

+209 ii. Tabitha WYCHE.

+210 iii. Captain James WYCHE.

+211 iv. Martha WYCHE.

+212 v. Elizabeth WYCHE.

213 vi. Sarah WYCHE was born in Surry County, VA.

214 vii. Ann WYCHE was born in Surry County, VA.

215 viii. Rebecca WYCHE was born in Surry County, VA.

+216 ix. Nathaniel WYCHE.

+217 x. Frances WYCHE.

145. Jane SMITH was born on 21 Dec 1690 in England. She died about Sep 1751 in England.

She was married to Reverend George ARNOTT of Wheldrake on 20 Nov 1711 in Endless Street, Salisbury, England. Reverend George ARNOTT of Wheldrake was born on 25 Dec 1679 in England. He died on 13 Oct 1750 in England. He was buried in Oundle, England.

146. Ann SMITH died about 1737 in England. She was buried in Oundle, England.

She was married to Philip MUSARD M.D..

147. Elizabeth WYCHE was born before 15 Nov 1688 in England. She was baptized on 15 Nov 1688 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England. She died before 21 Aug 1739 in England. She was buried on 21 Aug 1739 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England.

She was married to Samuel KINSEY of Sleaford, Esquire on 22 Oct 1713 in Silk Willoughby, England. Samuel KINSEY of Sleaford, Esquire was born before 22 Jan 1685 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England. He was baptized on 22 Jan 1685 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England. He died before 30 Mar 1745 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England. He was buried on 30 Mar 1745 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England. Elizabeth WYCHE and Samuel KINSEY of Sleaford, Esquire had the following children:

218 i. Samuel KINSEY was born before 31 Aug 1714 in England. He was baptized on 31 Aug 1714 in England. He died before 23 Oct 1714 in England. He was buried on 23 Oct 1714 in Endless Street, Salisbury, England.

219 ii. Elizabeth KINSEY was born before 27 Aug 1715 in England. She was baptized on 27 Aug 1715 in England. She died before 10 May 1725 in England. She was buried on 10 May 1725 in Endless Street, Salisbury, England.

220 iii. William KINSEY was born before 30 Aug 1716 in England. He was baptized on 30 Aug 1716 in England. He died before 16 May 1721 in England. He was buried on 16 May 1721 in England.

221 iv. Samuel KINSEY was born before 19 Sep 1717 in England. He was baptized on 19 Sep 1717 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England.

222 v. Margaret KINSEY was born before 24 Dec 1718 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England. She was baptized on 24 Dec 1718 in Sleaford, County Sussex, England.

151. Mary WYCHE was born on 31 Oct 1697 in England. She was born between 8 and 9 in ye morning. She was baptized on 23 Nov 1697 in England.

She was married to Reverend Thomas BILLINGTON Curate of Ruskington on 8 Aug 1717 in Silk Willoughby, England. Reverend John Jones performed the ceremony. Mary WYCHE and Reverend Thomas BILLINGTON Curate of Ruskington had the following children:

223 i. Thomas BILLINGTON was born about 1718 in England. He died before 24 Jul 1718 in England. He was buried on 24 Jul 1718 in Silk Willoughby, England.


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