Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Rose North

Female Abt 1668 - Aft 1717  (~ 50 years)


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  • Name Rose North 
    Born Abt 1668  Sittingbourne Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft 1717  Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I129247  Tree1
    Last Modified 10 May 2021 

    Father Augustine North,   b. Bef 1648, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1698, Gloucester County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 50 years) 
    Mother Dorothy MNU North,   b. Abt 1652,   d. 10 Jan 1709/10, St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 58 years) 
    Married Abt 1685  South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F46402  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Charles Curtis,   b. Abt 1659, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 7 Feb 1703/04, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 45 years) 
    Married Abt 1684  Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Rose Curtis,   b. 26 Nov 1685, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Sep 1687, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 1 years)
     2. Avarilla Curtis,   b. 15 May 1687, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Mar 1731/32, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 44 years)
     3. Susannah Curtis,   b. Aft 1693, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 10 May 2021 
    Family ID F46029  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1707-1711 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 13; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 271-72.
      Will of Dorothy Henry of St. Ann's Parish in Essex County, being weak of body, dated 19 Dec. 1709.
      Unto my grandaughter Susanna Boughan 300 acres which I live on. If Susanna Boughan should dye and leave no issue, then to my grandaughter Susanna Curtis.
      Unto my two grandsons Thomas and Augustine Lee the other part which I live on to be equally divided. If either should dye and leave no issue, his part to my grandson Augustine Curtis. They should have equall part of the timber, not making any wast.
      My grandaughter Susanna Boughan take 300 acres where she pleases.
      Unto Susanna Boughan my granddaughter Negroes Tom and Nan his wife and Torn their son, Beck their daughter. A young Negro woman and a young child named Nane in room of the 25 I owe her.
      Unto Augustine Lee my grandson two Negro, Robin and Cuffie, in consideration of 25 left him by his grandfather my dead husband.
      Unto Elizabeth Goldman two Negro women Besuch, Judeth.
      Unto my grandaughter Susanna Curtis one Negro girl Sarah,
      Unto Elizabeth Curtis one Negro boy Jemy.
      Unto Sarah Curtis one Negro boy Gabill.
      Unto my two daughters Rose Curtis and Dorothy Ransome each a shilling, they having already had sufficient from me.
      Unto my grandson Thomas Lee four cows and calves and also a feather bed and all furniture and horse called Warner.
      Unto my daughter Mary Leftwich one Negro man Jack Nuno to go upon the plantation to Susanna Boughan.
      Unto my grandson Augustine Lee fower cows and calves, a fether bed, rug, blankett, sheets and bolster, and an old black mare with a white star in her forehead, with her colt.
      Unto my grandaughter Susanna Boughan my riding horse and a young mare and all the rest of my cattle and halfe of my plate, two beds and all furniture, halfe the pewter and hous-hold goods, the rest to be given to Thomas and Augustine Lee, and my hogs to be equally divided between Susanna Boughan, Thomas and Augustine Lee.
      What I have left to my grandaughter Susanna Boughan when she dyes shall be at her disposall.
      What my mother left me the corn and tobacco and the 45 for the two Negroes that was hanged shall go to pay my debts.
      My clothes and linen to be divided amongst my grandaughters.
      My great trunk unto my grandaughter Susanna Boughan.
      Unto my three grandaughters the other halfe of my plate, Elizabeth Goldman, Mary Leftwich, Dorothy Avery, to be equally divided.
      Unto my daughter Mary Leftwich one bed, rug, sheets, blankets and bolster.
      Unto Samuel Dry, school master, ten shillings or a gold ring for writing of this my will.
      My very good friends Mr. John Boughan and his wife Susanna and Thomas Lee executors.
      Dorothy (H) Henry
      Wit: Samuel Dry, Thomas (T) Ward, Wm. (X) Dickenson.
      10 Jan. 1709 [1710]. Proved by Thomas Ward and William Dickenson.
      Page 272. 10 Jan. 1709 [1710]. Bond of John Boughan and Thomas Lee as executors of Dorothy Henry. Unto James Boughan of Essex County, Gent., in behalf of the Court. For 2000 sterling. Securities, Jno. Games and Jas. Fullerton.
      John Boughan
      Thos. Ley.
      John Games
      James Fullerton
      Wit: Abr. Ayrton, Ja. Alderson.
      10 Jan. 1709 [1710]. Acknowledged.
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      1688-1694 Middlesex Co Va Deed Book; Antient Press: (Page 351-355)
      THIS INDENTURE made ye 19th March 1688 and in the Fifth yeare of the Reign of of our Soveraign Lord James ye second Between CHARLES CURTIS of Middx. County in Virga: free Planter of ye one part & WILLIAM CHURCHILL of ye sd County Merchant of ye other part Witnesseth that ye sd Charles Curtis for the summe Fifty three pounds good & Lawfull money of Engld: path granted unto ye sd William Churchill his heires and assigns Two hundred and eight acres of land in Middx. County being parte of a Devident of Five hundred acres of land bought by him of Mr. RICHARD PERROTF ye Elder & Mr. RICHARD PERROTT ye Younger as by a Deed of Sale ye 3d day of April 1688 which sd Five hundred acres of land is part of a Devident off Eight hundred acres of land formerly granted by Patent beareing date ye 26th of January in ye yeare off 1661 to ye sd Richard Perrott the Elder & his heires which said Two hundred and Eight acres of land being part of ye Five hundred acres of land is meashured out & bounded Begining at a marked Pesimon & white oake neare ye mouth of Perrotts alias Dales Creeke and North East & running thence down ye Bay of the sd Creek to the Long Mash Gutt thence up along the sd: gutt South to a marked Ash & Poplar in ye maine Branch of ye sd : Gutt neare ye head tion parte of the Two hundred and Eight acres of land is commonly known or called by the name of HELL NECK
      Presents of ROGER JONES, Charles Curtis
      SARAH HARVIE
      Att a Court held for Middx County the 13th of May 1689
      Then personally appeared Mr. Charles Curtis & in open Courte did acknowledge the above said Deed to be his act and deed. Mrs. ROSE CURTIS alsoe came into Court & being privately examined acknowledged the same to be her act and deed
      Seizen & Delivery by Turff & Twigg was made of the within mentioned Land by the within named Charles Curtis to William Churchill in the presents of us being called as Wittnesses thereof the nineteenth day of March 1688 CHRISTOFER KILBEE
      Bee it known that I Charles Curtis of Middlesex County am bound unto William Churchill of ye same County Marcht, in ye sum of One hundred and sixty pounds of good & lawful' money of England this 19th day of March 1688
      The Condition of this Obligation is such that if ye above named Charles Curtis should fulfill all covenants declared in an Indenture of Sale of Land that then this present obligation to be voyd or else to stand
      Presents of us ROGER JONES, Charles Curtis
      SARAH HARVIE
      Att a Court held for Middx. County the 13th of May 1689
      Then personally appeared ye sd: Charles Curtis & acknowledged ye above bond to be his act & deed
      ===
      1688-1694 Middlesex Co Va Deed Book; Antient Press: (Page 381-384)
      THIS INDENTURE made this first day of Feb: 1689 & in the second year of ye Reigne of King William & Queene Mary Betwene CHARLES CURTIS of ye County of Middx. in Virga: free Planter of one part and WILLIAM CHURCHILL ye same County Merch t, of the other part Witnesseth that ye said Charles Curtis doth for the sum of One hundred & Eleven pounds One Shill: & sixpence good & lawful' money of England hash granted unto the sd William Churchill & his heirs & assigns forever all that his ye sd Charles Curtis his plantation whereon he now dvelleth or lately in ye fennure & Occupation of ye sd Charles Curtis & in ye Tennure & occupation of PETER BROMWELL Scituate in Middx. County & conteyneth Three hundred and two acres of land being ye Remdr: of a Divident of land cont: Five hundred acres of land bought by dim ye said Charles Curtis of Mr: RICHARD PERROT ye Elder & Mr: RICHARD PERROT ye younger as by Deed dated ye 2d day of April! 1683 which sd Five hundred acres of land is parte of a Devident of Eight hundred acres of land formerly granted by Pattent )eareing date ye 26th day of January 1661 to ye said Richard Perrot ye Elder wch: sd three hundred and two acres of land is commonly called and knowne by these several lames (to Witt) the Low Ground, the Locust Thickett & ye Long Marsh & was surveyed )by Mr; EDWIN THACKER in March last being in ye occupation of sd Charles Curtis or of sd Peter Bromwell by Vertue of a certaine lease to him given by ye sd Charles Curtis for the span of Ten yeares wch sd lease is to remaine good to him ye said Peter Bromvell provided he pay to ye sd William Churchill ye sume of foyer thousand pounds of good seewt sented Tobacco & Cask at Eight yearely paymts: In presents of us DENEL PEAD, Charles Curtis
      RICHD: PERROT, JAMES CURTIS
      Md: That at a Courte held for Middx. County ye 3d day of Feb: 1689
      The above named Charles Curtis came into Courte & acknowledged ye above Deed to be his act and deed.
      Md: Mrs: ROSE CURTIS alsoe came & being privately examined did freely relinquish all Right of Dower
      Bee it known that I Charles Curtis do acknowlege my selfe to be tyed & firmely bound unto William Churchill in the full sume of Two hundred Twenty two pounds of good & lawfull money of England this first day of Feb: 1689
      The Condition of ye above obliglation is such that if ye above bounden Charles Curtis doe truely observe all the covenants specified in an Indenture of Deed of Sale according to ye purport that then this obligation to be Voyd or else to stand
      In presents of us DENEL PEAD, Charles Curtis
      RICHD: PERROT, JAMES CURTIS
      Recognit September 1689/90
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 543
      Middlesex County Court 7th of February 1703/04
      Judgment is confest by SIMON GALE to ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., for ye sum of ten pounds, ten shillings and nine pence sterling money due by two Bills and Account, and ordered to pay costs als exo. Exo against ye Body ye 15th Mrch 1703
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 551
      Middlesex County Court 3d of April 1704
      - In an action of Debt between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Pit. and SIMON GALE, Defendt. neither patty appearing, it is ordered that ye said suit be dismist
      - In an action of Debt between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., and JAMES DUDLEY Defendt. neither party appearing, it is ordered that ye said suit be dismist
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 552
      Middlesex County Court 3d of April 1704
      - In the action upon the Case between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Pit. and ISAAC HARDEE, Defendt. for the sume of four pounds, nine shillings sterling due on ballance of Account, the Defendt. being called and not appearing nor any security returned, Judgment is therefore granted Plt. for the sume against the Sheriff unless the Defendt. appears at next Court and answers the action
      - Judgment haveing this day passed against the Sheriff for the sume of four pounds, nine shillings sterling unto ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., for the non appearance of ISAAC HARDEE at the suit of the said CURTIS, upon motion of the Sheriff an Attachment is therefore granted him for the sume of four pounds, nine shillings sterling
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 561
      Middlesex County Court 1st of May 1704
      - The action upon the Case between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Plt. and ISAAC HARDEE, Defendt.for the sume of four pounds nine shillings sterling due on ballance of Accounts, the Defendt. on makeing exception to one article in the Account for caske is referred till next Court by consent
      - The Attachment which the Sheriff obtained at ye last Court against ISAAC HARDEE's Estate for the sume of four pounds, nine shillings sterling by meanes of his non appearance at ye suit of ROSE CURTIS, Admrx , &c. is discontinued
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 565
      Middlesex County Court 5th of June 1704
      In an action upon the Case between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Plt. and ISAAC HARDEE, Defendt. for the some of four pounds nineteen shillings sterling due on ballance of Accounts, the Defendts. haveing formerly made exception to one article in ye Plt.'s Account of three pounds sterling for
      caske, which Defendt. sayes he was not to pay for but it appearing to the Court said HARDEE was to pay for the caske by the Oaths of THOMAS PALLESTER and THOMAS KEMP. It is therefore considered by the Court adjudged and accodingly ordered the Defendt. pay unto Plt. the sume of four pounds, nineteen shillings sterling
      due on ballance of Accounts as foressaid and costs of suit als exo
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 567
      Middlesex County Court 5th of June 1704
      - In an action of Debt between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Plt. and DUDLY JOLLY, Defendt., for the some of two pounds, thirteen shillings and five pence sterling due by Bill, the Defendt being returned non est inventus and not appearing, an Attachment is granted Pit. for the sume of two
      pounds, thirteen shillings and five pence sterling against said JOLLY's Estate returnable to next Court for Judgment
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 572
      Middlesex County Court 3d of July 1704
      - In an action of Debt between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Pit. and DUDLEY JOLLY, Defendt. for the some of two pounds, thirteen shillings and five pence sterling due by Bill wherein an Attachment was granted at the last Court and the Sheriff haveing made a returne upon the Attachment
      in the following words, [to wit] "June 26th 1704. Then attached in the hands of MARY RUSSELL, the Administratrix of WILLIAM LEACH, deced. seven hundred pounds of sweet scented tobacco and caske;" and Pit. not appearing to make out her Debt, at motion of JAMES CURTIS, her Attorney, ordered that ye Attachment be
      continued till the next Court
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 574
      Middlesex County Court 7th of August 1704
      - In an action of Debt between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Plt. and DUDLY JOLLY, Defendt. for the sume of two pounds thirteen shillings and seven pence sterling by Bill wherein an Attachment was granted and returned served upon the Defendt.'s Estate as followeth [to wit], "June 26th 1704
      Then attached in the hands of MARY RUSSELL, the Administratrix of WILLIAM LEACH, deced., seven hundred pounds of sweet scented tobacco and caske," and the Plt. this day exhibited the Bill and the Defendt. being called to come forth appeared and pleaded that he had given her a Noate in full satisfaction drawn RICHARD
      CANDLE for payment of the sume which Noate she accepted, but it is agreed on that if she produces the Noate to him unpaid then she is to have Judgment for the debt, therefore at the Plt.'s motion ordered ye Attachment be continued till next Court for her to produce the Noate
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 579
      Middlesex County Court 97th of August 1704
      The action of Debt between ROSE CURTIS, Administratlix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Plt. and DUDLEYJOLLY, Defendt. is referred till next Court, the Plt.'s Attorney being lame
      ===
      1702-1704 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 584
      Middlesex County Court 2d of October 1704
      - In an action of Debt between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Plt. and DUDLEY JOLLY, Defendt., for the sume of two pounds, thirteen shillings and five pence sterling money by Bill, Plt. produceing a Bill under the hand of the Defendt. for the said sume Judgment is thereupon granted to Pit. for the sume of two pounds, thirteen shillings and five pence sterling money which ye Defendt. is ordered to pay with
      costs als exo. Exo returned and executed and satisfyed by DUDLEY JOLLY 25th February 1704
      ===
      1705-1707 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 70
      Middlesex County Court 3d of December 1706
      - CURTIS v WHITESIDE, Refd. by consent
      In ye action upon ye Case between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Plt. and Capt. WILLIAM WHITESIDE, Defendt. for sume of nine pounds, five shillings sterling money due by Account, &c. Mr. BARTHOLOMEW YATES on behalfe of WILLIAM WHITESIDE assumed to be his Baile and JAMES CURTIS in behalfe of Plt. assumeing to pay costs, it is referred to ye next Court by consent
      ===
      1705-1707 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 3, [Antient Press]; Page 81
      Middlesex County Court 3d of February 1706/07
      - CURTIS v WHITESIDE dismist
      The action upon ye Case between ROSE CURTIS, Administratrix of CHARLES CURTIS, deced., Pit. and WILLIAM WHITESIDE, Defendt. is dismist

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