Mary WilliamsonAbt 1656 - Bef 1717 (~ 60 years)
Name Mary Williamson  Birth Abt 1656 Lancaster County, Virginia Gender Female Death Bef 1717 Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Person ID I53820 Tree1 Last Modified 20 Feb 2024
Father James Williamson, b. Abt 1621, Isle of Wight County, Virginia d. Bef 8 Dec 1656, St Mary's White Chapel Parish, Lancaster County, Virginia (Age ~ 35 years) Relationship natural Mother Anne Underwood, b. Abt 1629, England d. Abt 1662, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia (Age ~ 33 years) Relationship natural Marriage Between 1651 and 16 Dec 1652 Isle of Wight County, Virginia Family ID F14759 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family John Rozier, b. Bef 1643, London, Middlesex, England d. 31 Oct 1705, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - probate (Age > 62 years) Marriage Bef Mar 1673 Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Children 1. Williamson Rozier, b. Aft 1673, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia d. Aft 1698, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia (Age > 25 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F14712 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 20 Feb 2024
- Father: James Williamson b: ABT 1621 in Isle of Wright County, Virginia.
Mother: Anne Underwood b: ABT 1629 in England
The will of Margaret (Wiliamson) Ball mentions all or her children as well as her sister Mary Rosier.
On 11 March 1662/3 Margaret & Mary Williamson, daughters of James & Anne [Underwood] Williamson, patented 882 Acres in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia "between some of the head branches of Pepetick Cr. & head branches of Mr. Popes Creek, beg. nigh Rappa path &c. to the head of land of Silvester Thatcher & Thomas Whitlock, thence NW &c. upon land of Tho. Wright &c. Granted to William Underwood, Gent., 10 September 1658 & given to the above named by the last will of said Underwood." (VA Patent Book 4:102(597), Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. I, p. 429
===brother Edward Rowzee ? Rozier?
RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
ORDER Book, 1664-1673.
Butler, Elizabeth, Sittingbourn Parish. - -16 June, 1673.
Son Francis Slaughter; daughter Sarah; son John Catlett; daughter Elizabeth; son John, son William; my deceased husband John Catlett; cousin William Underwood, Sr.; cousin Humphrey Booth, cousin Katherine Booth; sister Peirce, money in Mr. Griffies' and Mr. Manford's hands in London; my husband Amory Butler to be executor;
my cousin Capt. Thomas Hawkins, brother Edward Rowzee and Mr. Daniel Gaines to be overseers;
brother Booth's children;
witnesses Thomas Lucas, Sr., John Dawson
Contributed by: James Hughes
1654-1800 Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills [Augusta B. Fothergill]; Page 39
ROZIER, JOHN, 28 September 1705; 31 October 1705.
To Nathaniel Pope clerk of Stafford and practitioner at law all land which I formerly gave to my daughter Elizabeth Leftwich, 130 acres for which he to pay exx. 3500 lbs. of tobacco; rest to wife Mary Rozier, exx.
1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript];
Page 173. Will of Isaac Smith, being very sick and weak, undated.
Unto my loving Godson Williamson Rosiar my land and plantation, but if Williamson Rosiar dieth without heir then Bridges Rosiar to inheritt, only paying his mother five hundred a year during her life.
Unto Bridges Rosier all my movable estate and Bridges Rosier to have the land in his charge and custody while Williamson Rosier comes of age.
Wit: Robert Lovell, John Rosiar,
31 Aug. 1698. Proved by the witnesses. Upon the petition of Bridges Rosier administration with the will annexed is granted him.
1654-1800 Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills [Augusta B. Fothergill]; Page 27 & 28
SMITH, ISAAC, * * *; 31 August 1698. Godson Williamson Rosier, and to Bridges Rosier all movable estate and to have land in his charge until Williamson Rosier comes of age. Bridges Rosier to pay his mother 700 a year for life.
SOURCE: The Descendants of Captain Thomas Carter, Page 102
"In 1662, WILLIAM UNDERWOOD gave to his nieces Margaret and Mary Williamson a tract of 882 acres patented by him in 1658. Children of James and Anne Williamson; Margaret married prior to March 1671 Capt. William Ball, Jr. of Lancaster and Mary married prior to March 1673 John Rosier, Gent. of Westmoreland.
James Hughes 2005-07-06 19:39:53
The Descendants of Captain Thomas Carter , Page 102
Mar. 7, 1671, William Moseley delivered to Mr. Wm. Ball, Jr., Mr. James Williamson's patent for 1,800 acres of land dated 22 May, 1651, and the Underwood patent to Margaret and Mary Williamson for 882 acres, dated March 11, 1662. March 20, 1673, Capt. Wm. Ball, Gent., and Margaret his wife, a daughter and co-heir of Mr. James Williamson, and Anthony Bridges of Westmoreland, attorney for John Rosier, Gent., of Westmoreland, and Mary his wife, daughter and co-heir of James Williamson, sold to Charles Dacres, Clerke (Minister) of Westmoreland, 450 acres, part of a patent for 1,800 acres granted to Mr. James Williamson, dec'd, etc. They guaranteed title against themselves and the heirs of William Williamson, also dec'd.
James Hughes 2005-11-15 17:59:02
Tennessee Cousins, Page 506
ANTHONY HARRISON, the emigrant ancestor of the HARRISONS of the first of the charts came to VIRGINIA sometime before 1653; perhaps many years prior to that date. He was accompanied or induced to come through the efforts of one SAMUEL BONNAM. They may have been kinsmen. MARGARET BONNAM, certainly a daughter or grand-daughter of SAMUEL BONNAM married WILLIAM RUST in 1696, and he was a brother of SAMUEL RUST, whose daughter Anne became the wife of GEORGE HARRISON, a grandson of ANTHONY and son of his son GEO. HARRISON. - From the Rust Family History.
In a patent issued to CAPT. JOHN WILKINS, of Accomac County, to lands in Upper County of New Norfolk in May, 1637, on the East side of Nansemond river, he names as headrights, one ROWLAND RAYNE and THOMASIN, his wife. In Beverly Fleet's Abstracts of Accomac County, Virginia., p. 85, for the years 1639-40, there appears: "A true and perfect inventory of the estate of ROWLAND RAYNE, lately deceased in ACCOMAC". So Rowland Rayne died. But he evidently left a son ANDREW RAYNE. REV. JOHN ROZIER was the minister of HUNGAR'S PARISH in Accomac County for seven years beginning as the successor of the famous WILLIAM COTTON, who died in 1840. ROZIER left ACCOMAC sometime about 1656/7 and went to Westmoreland County. He was succeeded by a couple of ministers who served only a brief period, and then by a REV.THOMAS HIGHEY who had married the widow of JOHN WILKINS who had brought over Rowland Rayne and his wife some twenty years before. In Westmoreland County, Virginia in January, 1656, our REV. JOHN ROZIER patented 1050 acres of land and named among other headrights, ANDREW RAYNE, son, no doubt of THOMASINE, the widow of ROWLAND RAYNE. That she became the wife of ANDREW HARRISON, a son of ANTHONY, seems most reasonable, since JAMES HARRISON?? brother of ANDREW HARRISON had a son ANDREW HARRISON who afterwards married the widow of JOHN ROZIER, JR. Also in view of the two entries found on the old Gainford Parish Register of County Durham, England, showing many intermarriages between the HARRISON and RAYNE families, including RALPH HARRISON to AGNES RAYNE, Oct. 17, 1554, and ANTHONY HARRISON to MAUDLIN LOADMAN in 1647, nearly 100 years later, with the LOADMANS and HARRISONS in close association in early North Carolina near the end of the 17th century.
1656-1662 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 99
I FRANCIS GOWER give unto MARY WILLIAMSON with the consent of my Wife MARY GOWER one heiffer black white under the belly and the end of her tail ,heiffer may be recorded for the use of MARY WILLIAMSON with the female increase & that party that keepeth the said heiffer to have the male increase untill she cometh to cropt both ears & slitt in both ears with four half moons & we desire that this the age of thirteen years FRANCIS GOWER
1670-1672 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 284
MARGARET and MARY WILLIAMSON Pattent for Eighty two acres of land bearing date the Eleventh of March 1662
EDWARD JAMES Pattent for three hundred and fifty bearing date the 4th of January 1653
Mr, JAMES WILLIAMSON Pattent for Eighteen hundred acres of land bearing date the 22d of May 1651
Mr. JAMES WILLIAMSON Pattent for noe Quantity mentioned may be the year
These above Pattents in presence of the Court were delivered to Mr. WILLIAM BALL JUNIOR by Mr. WILLIAM MO5ELEY March the 7th 1671
1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 97-98. 29 Nov. 1671. Anthonie Bridges of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, merchant, who intermarried with Elizabeth Rosier, lawfull daughter and sole heir and legatee named in the last will and testament of Mr. John Hyllyer, alias Bridges, the now wife of Anthonie Bridges as also guardian of John Rosyer the son of Elizabeth Rosyer one of the legatees named in the last will of John Hillyer late of Westmoreland County, Gent., as also with the consent of John Rosyer, orphant, to Lt. Coll. John Washington of same. For 16,000 pounds of tobacco. All that other moiety and remaining part of a plantation formerly belonging unto John Hyllyard, deceased, and by him planted and pattent bearing date 19 Nov. 1653, given equally to be devided between Elizabeth Rosyer alias Bridges and John Rosyer the sonn of Elizabeth as per the will of John Hyllyard bearing date 12 8br [Oct.] 1657, as also the reversion of that plantation formerly belonging unto Francis Hayles in the possession of Mr. William Storke, which properly belongs to Anthonie Bridges as intermarrying the heiress of Mr. John Hyllyard as by order of Westmoreland Court doth appear and what is more granted unto Anthonie Bridges as King's land by vertue of an order from the Governor and Councill.
Wit: Laurence Washington, John Watts.
29 Nov. 1671. Acknowledged by Mr. Anthonie Bridges and John Rosyer and by Lewis Markham, attorney of Elizabeth Bridges and Mary Rosier.
29 9br [Nov.] 1671. Elyzabeth Bridges now wife of Anthonie Bridges, heiress of John Hyllyard of Westmoreland County, and Mary Williamson alias Rosyer now wife of John Rosyer of same appoint our loving friend Lewis Markham of same our attorney to acknowledge a bill of sale of land sould by our husbands Mr. Anthonie Bridges and Mr. John Rosyer and ourselves unto Lt.Coll. John Washington.
Wit: Lawrence Washington, John Watts.
29 9br [Nov.] 1671. Recorded.
1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 93-95
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall or may come Whereas WILLIAM BALL who INTERMARRIED with MARGARET WILLIAMSON and JOHN ROZIER who INTE-MARRIED with MARY WILLIAMSON by Virtue of the Will of Coll. WILL. UNDERWOOD late of Rappa. County deceased who did give and bequeath unto the said MARGARET AND MARY WILLIAMSON Eight hundred Eighty two acres of land as p Will appears and also confirmed by Pattent unto the said MARGARETT and MARY WILLIAMSON bearing date the Eleventh day of March 1662 may more fully appeare and for so much as the sd Land is in joynt Teanned as Intermarrying aforesaid and they not willing the bounds thereof to be laid out at present do agree as well for themselves as also for our heirs and assigns that the said WILLIAM BALL as Intermarrying as aforesaid shall not claime any right or interest by way of Survivership or his heirs or assignes as also JOHN ROSIER who Intermarrying MARY WILKINSON shall not by himself his heirs or assignes claim any right or interest by way of Suvivorship but in case at any time when it shall happen that the said Land shall be devided or any part of the land aforesd shall fall into any other bounds by Priority of Pattant in a former Grant whereby either party aforementioned or either of their heirs shall happen to lose any part of his moyety by such former Grant then the other shall freely readily and willingly surrender to him the halfe quantitie of what shall be soe by any former grant taken away from the said Devident and in case of the Refusal of either partie soe to do when reasonably required that then it shall be lawful! for the other partie grieved or his heirs to take a Survevaire and lay out the same by the deviding line out of the refusers part and he so refusing shall and doth hereby confirme himself and his heirs to consent thereto and to pay halfe the charge of the abovesaid clauses and agreements as aforesaid we have hereunto sett our hands and seals this 11th of November 1672 Regis Car
in presence of WILLIAM MOSELEY, WILLIAM BALL
JOHN HULL JOHN ROSIER
Recognit in Cur Com Rappa quinto die March 1672/3
WE the Within named WILLIAM BALL JUNIOR and JOHN ROSIER doe each of us
desire that the within written agreement be recorded in Rappa. County and doe
hereby impower and authorize Lieut. Collo. JOHN HULL to acknowledge the same
in the same Court in our names and behalfes Witness our hands this day and yeare within written
Test WILLIAM MOSELEY, WILLIAM BALL JUNIOR
ROBERT NURSE JOHN ROSIER
Recordatr xx die March 1672
1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 141-144
THIS INDENTURE made the sixth and twentieth day of March in the five and twentieth yeare of the Reign of our most Sovereign Lord CHARLES the Second 1673 Between Capt. WILLIAM BALL of the County of LANCASTER in Rappa. River in Virginia Gent and MARGARET his Wife one of the Daughters and Coheirs of JAMES WILLIAMSON late of the County of Rappa. in RAPPA. RIVER aforesaid Gent decd and ANTHONY BRIDGES of the County of WESTMORELAND Gent, for and in the behalfe of JOHN ROSIER of the aforesaid County of WESTMORELAND Gent. and MARY his Wife another Daughter and Coheir of the said JAMES WILLIAMSON on the one part and CHARLES DACRIS of the aforesaid County of WESTMORELAND Clerke on the other part Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM BALL and MARGARET his Wife and the said ANTHONY BRIDGES for and in the behalfe of them the said JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife for and in consideration of the just quantity of Twenty thousand pounds of sound well conditioned merchantable tobacco and cask in hand paid to them by the said CHARLES DACRES before the ensealing hereof they the said WILLIAM BALL and MARGARET his Wife and the sd ANTHONY BRIDGES for and in the behalfe of the said JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife do hereby acknowledge and thereof & of every part and parcell thereof do hereby discharge the said CHARLES DACRES his heirs and administrators and every of them by these presents have granted unto the said CHARLES DACRES all that Plantation whereof the said JAMES WILLIAMSON died seized together withal! houses edifices orchards gardens fen ces and encloses thereunto belonging with all proffitts wtsoever likewise belonging thereunto in as large manner and form as are exprest in the original Patent of the said Land and by the rents services and provisoes in the Originall expressed and confirmed wch said premises doth containe together by estimation four hundred and fifty acres of land and is part of a Pattent of Eighteene hundred acres of land formerly granted to the aforesaid JAMES WILLIAMSON all wch premises being in the aforesaid County of Rappa. & were lately in the occupation of Lt. Coll. JOHN HULL and now in the tenure and occupation of ROGER WILLIAMS or of his assigns and also all writings Pattents and Instruments whatsoever touching the said premises To have and to hold the said Plantation wth every of the appurtenances unto the said CHARLES DACRES his heirs and assignes forever and the said WILLIAM BALL & MARGARET his Wife and the said ANTHONY BRIDGES for and in behalfe of the aforesaid JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife doe hereby grant with the said CHARLES DACRES his heirs and assigns in manner following (that is to say) that they notwithstanding any act done to the contrary standeth lawfully seized in the demesne of fee simple in their own Right without any condition or other Limitation of use and that (they) have full power and lawful' authority to sell every part and parcell thereof and every part and parcell thereof shall continueunto the said CHARLES DACRES his heirs and assigns forever discharged from all other former charges and incumbrances whatsoever done by them the said WILLIAM BALL & MARGRET his Wife ANTHONY BRIDGES for and in behalfe of the said JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife or by the aforesaid JAMES WILLIAM(son) deceased or by WILLIAM WILLIAMSON his Sonne (likewise deceased) or any other clayming under them and further (they) shall at all times hereafter the space of five years next ensuing date hereof at the reasonable request costs and charges in the Law of the sd CHARLES DACRES and his heirs make any & every such further lawfull acts & things whatsoever for the further assuring and conveying the before bargained premises unto CHARLES DACRES his heirs and assigns forever and do further promise wthin three months next after the date hereof either by themselves or their attorneys thereunto lawfully authorized to acknowledge this present Indenture in the Court of Rappa. aforesaid. In Witness whereof the parties first above named have sett their hands and seals the day and year first above written
Sealed and delivered by the above named WILLIAM BALL JUNR
MARGARET BALL and delivered by me JOHN
ROSIER to DOCTOR CHARLES DACRES in the
presence of us ANTHONY BRIDGES, WILL: POTTS
Recognit in Cu Com Rappa pr WM. BALL x9 die 6bris 1673
Test EDMD. CRASK Cl Cur
1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 145-150
THIS INDENTURE made the seven and Twentieth day of March in the five and Twentieth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord CHARLES the Second 1673 Betweene CHARLES DACRES of the County of WESTMORELAND in Virginia Clerk of the one part and Capt. WILLIAM BALL of the County of LANCASTER in RAPPA RIVER in Virga. Gent and MAGARET his Wife and JOHN ROSIER of the County of WESTMORLAND in Virginia Gent, and MARY his Wife of the other part Witnesseth that hee the said CHARLES DACRES for the just quantity of Twenty thousand pounds of sound well conditioned merchantable tobacco and cask paid hath granted sold and confirmed unto the said WILLIAM BALL and MARGARET his Wife and JOHN ROSIER and Mary his Wife all that Plantation whereof JAMES WILLIAMSON died seized together with all houses orchards gardens fences enclosures belonging in as large manner as are expressed in the Originall Pattent of the said land wch said Plantation doth containe four hundred and fifty acres of land and is part of a Pattent of Eighteene hundred acres of land formerly granted to JAMES WILLIAMSON of the County of Rappa, Gent, (deceased) being in the County of Rappahannock and lately in occupation of Lt. Coll, JOHN HULL and now in the occupation of ROGER WILLIAMS or his assignes and lately sold by the said Capt. WILLIAM BALL and MARGARET his Wife and ANTHONY BRIDGES on behalfe of JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife unto the said CHARLES DACRES to have and to hold the said plantation and premises and said CHARLES DACRES doth hereby promise at the time of the delivery of these presents standeth lawfully seized as of fee simple in his own right of every part and parcell of the premises and hath full right to grant and conveigh the same and further the said CHARLES DACRES and his heirs will from time to time hereafter within the space of five years next ensuing the date hereof at the reasonable request costs and charges in the Law acknowledge whatsoever for the further and more better assuring and setling and conveying of the bargained premises unto said WILLIAM BALL and MARGARET his Wife and JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife their heirs and assigns forever PROVIDED Always upon this condition nevertheless that if the said CHARLES DACRES his heirs and assigns shall truly pay unto them or any of them the just quantitie of Twenty thousand pounds of sound well conditioned bright tobacco with cask wth out any manner of trash or ground leaves in manner following that is to say to the said WILLIAM BALL and MARGARET his Wife the just quantity of Five thousand pounds according to the quality before mentioned upon the tenth day of October next ensuing wth convenience in the County of Rappa. and to the sd JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife the just quantity of Five thousand pounds of like tobacco wth Cask at the day last before mentioned wth convenience in the County of WESTMORELAND also if said CHARLES DACRES his assigns paie unto them the just quantity of Five thousand pounds of tobacco wth cask upon the tenth day of October wch shall be in the year 1674 and to said JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife the just quantity upon the tenth day of October 1674 being in full the before mentioned twenty thousand pounds of Tobacco and Cask that then and thenceforth this present Indenture declared utterly void and lastly that said CHARLES DACRES doth for himself his heirs grant if he shall faile in the payment that then from thenceforth it shall be lawfull for (them) and every of them into the said Plantation & premises to reenter and to have againe anything herein mentioned to the contrary. In Witness whereof the parties have sett their hands and seals the day and year first above written
in presence of JOSEPH CHIPP, CHARLES DACRES
Recognit in Cu Com Rappa 19 die 9bris 1673
1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 199-203
THIS INDENTURE made the six and twentieth day of February in the yeare of our Lord according to the computation of the Church of England 1672/3 Betweene WILLIAM BALL the Younger of the County of Rappa (marked out) LANCASTER in the Collony of Virginia and MARGARET his Wife and JOHN ROSIER of the County of WESTMORELAND in the Collony aforesaid and MARY his Wife wch MARGARETT and MARY were Daughters and Coheirs of JAMES WILLIAMSON deceased of the one party and THOMAS KIRTON Gentleman of the County of Rappa of the other part. Whereas Sr. WILLIAM BERKELEY Knt. Governer of Virginia wth consent of Council of State did grant unto MARGARET and MARY WILLIAMSON Coheirs to JAMES WILLIAMSON three hundred and fifty acres of land being on RAPPA RIVER and lying thirty nine miles up the North side of the said River as by Pattent under the seals of this Collony bearing date the first day of May One thousand Six hundred Sixty and five amongst other things doth more at large appear Now These Presents Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM BALL and MARGARET his Wife and the said JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife for Ten thousand eight hundred pounds of tobaccoe to them or some of them in hand paide and by these presents granted unto the said THOMAS KIRTON his heirs and assigns forever all that said three hundred and fifty acres of land on the North side of RAPPA RIVER and beginning at a marked white Oake standing on the West side of the mouth of a Creeke & soe running for tenth North East nigh unto the said Creeke unto a marked red Oake including the said quantity of commonly knowne by the name of JACKMANS FOLLY withall and singular its rights and appurtenances together with all houses edifices buildings meadows feeding pastures woods fowling fishings waies easements and appurtenances whatsoever to the said lands or to any parte of them belonging as also all the Estate rights of them the said WILLIAM BALL & MARGARET his Wife and the said JOHN ROSIER & MARY his Wife and all evidences whatsoever touching the premises to have and to hold the said lands and all other premises with every of their Rights unto THOMAS KIRTON his heirs and assigns forever and for themselves and all persons whatsoever lawfully claiming under them shall warrant & defend that it is concluded and agreed betweene the parties that sd THOMAS KIRTON his heirs and assigns may forever enjoy all the before granted premises and kept harmless from all manner of encumbrances In Witness whereof the said (Parties) have hereunto sett their hands and seales the day and year written signed sealed & delivered
Witnesses at signing of JOHN ROSIER JOHN ROSIER
JOHN WASHINGTON, JOHN LORD MARY ROSIER
Signed by the within named MARY ROSIER according to the contents above recited in the presence of JOHN WASHINGTON, JOHN LORD
Signed before THOMAS NOPP, WILLIAM BALL
WILLIAM BARNES, CHARLES STEWART MARGARET BALL
Rappa. County May 7th 1674
1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 284
Nover Int, Presents me JOHN ROSIER of County of WESTMORELAND Gent. and WILL BALL JR. of LANCASTER COUNTY primo die May 1674 Whereas the above bound JOHN ROSIER and MARY his now Wife have by Indenture under their hands and Seals bearing even date with these presents and made between the said JOHN ROSIER and his said Wife on the one parties and the above WILLIAM BALL on the other partie for consideration therein mentioned and expressed granted and sold unto the said WILLIAM BALL his heirs and assigns forever the moyety or one halfe parte of a Pattent containing Eight hundred Eighty and Two acres of land lying in the County of Rappa as by the said before mentioned recited Indenture relacon being thereunto had may more full appear Now the Condicon of this Present obligation is such that if the said WILLIAM BALL his heirs or assigns shall and may at all times hereafter have and enjoy the said moyety of land and premises with their and every of their appurtenances according to the tenor and contents of the aforemenconed recited Indenture and also if at any time it shall so fall out and happen that any parte ofthe said Eight hundred Eighty and two acres of land shall be taken away by a just and lawful! Survey then if the said JOHN ROSIER his heirs and administrators or any of them shall make such just and Legall satisfaction unto the said WILLIAM BALL his heirs and assigns or any of them for the moyety or one halfe parte of soe much of the said Land as shall be taken away as aforesaid Proportionably according to purchase for the sd land pd to him by the said WILLIAM BALL that then and from thence forth this present obligation to be voyd and of none effect or else to remaine and be in full force and virtue
in presence of ANTHONY BRIDGES, JOHN ROSIER
JOHN BRUTON MARY ROSIER
Recordatr x5 die May 1675
1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 285-287
THIS INDENTURE made the first day of May 1674 Ano Qr. Between JOHN ROSIER of the County of WESTMORELAND in Virga. Gent. and MARY his now Wife one of the Daughters and Coheirs of JAMES WILLIAMSON late of the County of Rappa in Virginia aforesaid Gent deced on the one partie and Capt. WILLIAM BALL of the County of LANCASTER in Virginia Gent in the other partie Witnesseth that the said JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife as well for good and valuable consideracon in hand paid them by the said WILLIAM BALL before the ensealing and Delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof the said JOHN and MARY do hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and parcell thereof doe hereby acquit and discharge the said WILLIAM BALL his heirs and every of them as also for divers other good causes thereunto moving have granted sold and confirmed and doe by these presents for themselves & either of them their and either of their heirs and assigns give sell and confirme unto the said WILLIAM BALL the moiety or one halfe of a Pattent of land containing Eight hundred Eighty and two acres & is sett and being in the County of Rappa aforesaid between some of the head branches of POPETICK CREEKS and the head branches of Mr. POPES CREEKE (beginning at a white Oake nigh unto RAPPA PATH and extends itself NW by it thence N. to a red Oake at the head of the lands of SILVESTER THATCHER and THOMAS WHITELOCK thence NE by E a Mile thence S. by E. butting upon the land of THOMAS WRIGHT thence SW a Mile to the place where it first began) together with all houses orchards gardens fences and Enclosures thereunto belonging or with the same now used & occupied wch said 882 acres of land was formerly granted by Pattent to Mr. WILLIAM UNDERWOOD of the said Countie of Rappa deced and by his Last Will and Testament given and bequeathed unto MARGARET and MARY WILLIAMSON Daughters to the aforesaid JAMES WILLIAMSON & Nee ce to the said UNDERWOOD & by Pattent dated at JAMES CITY May the 11th ano (62) granted to the aforesaid MARGARET & MARY as by before mentioned recited Patents and Will relacon being thereunto had may more fully appeare together with all writings pattents & minuments whatsoever touching or concerning the premises only any part or parcell thereof wch may be (without Suite in Law) To have and to hold the said moiety or one halfe of the said land aforemenconed with all and every of its appurtenances unto the said WILLIAM BALL his heirs & assigns forever to the sole use of said WILLIAM BALL his heirs and assigns forever in as large & ample manner as are expressed in the Pattent for the said Land and the said JOHN ROSIER and MARY his Wife doe further for themselves & either of them & the heirs & assigns of them or either of them grant with said WILLIAM BALL his heirs and assigns and every of them that he the sd WILLIAM may from time to time and at all times hereafter peaceably and quietly occupie and enjoy the land and prmises hereby granted & sold without the molestacon or disturbance of any persons whatsoever clayming under them the said JOHN & MARY either of them or the heirs of them or either of them & alsoe from time to time hereafter within the space of five years next ensuing the date hereof at the reasonable request cost and charges in the Law of the said WILLIAM BALL & his heirs make further conveyance of the premises granted as
he his or their Councell learned in the Law shall require and Lastly the said JOHN and MARY doth further covenant and grant to make a legal Recognian of this Indenture in the Court of Rappa according to act In Witness whereof the parties first above named have set their hands & seals dated the day and year first above written
In presnece of ANTHONY BRIDGES JOHN ROSIER
JOHN BRETON MARY ROSIER
Recognit in Cur Com Rappa 5 die May 1675
1701-1707 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 3; [Antient Press]; Page 132-34. Jan. 1702 .
John Rosier and Bridges Rosier of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, planters, to Capt, Jacob Martin of same, maryner. For 24,000 pounds of tobacco. 200 acres formerly granted unto John Rosier junr. by the Aforesaid John Rosier in general taile and for want of heirs to Bridges Rosier and his sister as per a deed of gift 21 Jan. 1698/9 and acknowledged 22 Feb. 1698 . John Rosier and his sister being both dead without issue and John Rosier Senr. having reserved to himself an estate for life and Bridges Rosier an estate in remainder in fee, have sold to Jacob Martin.
Wit: Robert Lovell, Francis Hedman, Peter Gwyn.
31 March 1703. Acknowledge by John Rosier and Bridges Rosier.
Jan. 1702 . Mary Rosier wife of John Rosier and Elizabeth Rosier wife of Bridges Rosier make over all our
right of dower.
31 March 1703. Acknowledged by Mary Rosier and Elizabeth Rosier,
1655-1664 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 4; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 429
MARGARETT & MARY WILLIAMSON, 882 acs. Rappa. Co., 11 Mar. 1662, p. 102. (597). Between some of the head branches of Pepetick Cr. & head branches of Mr. Popes Cr., beg. nigh Rappa. path &c. to the head of land of Silvester Thatcher & Thomas Whitloke, thence N.W. &c. upon land of Tho. Wright &c. Granted to William Underwood, Gent., 10 Sept. 1658 & given to the abovenamed by the last will of said Underwood.
- Father: James Williamson b: ABT 1621 in Isle of Wright County, Virginia.
- [S25] Capt Thomas Carter.
- [S25] Capt Thomas Carter.
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