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

Sarah Killman

Female Abt 1675 - Aft 1707  (~ 33 years)


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  • Name Sarah Killman 
    Born Abt 1675 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft 1707  South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I82507  Tree1
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 

    Father John Killman,   b. Bef 1628,   d. 6 Jun 1677, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 49 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Margery MNU Killman,   b. Bef 1632,   d. Aft 1668, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 38 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F37423  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Patrick Cammell,   b. Abt 1671,   d. 7 Oct 1691, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 20 years) 
    Married Abt 1 Apr 1691  South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 
    Family ID F40697  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 John Cammell,   b. Bef 1670,   d. Aft 1699, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 31 years) 
    Married Bef Oct 1692  Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 
    Family ID F40698  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1689-1692 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 209
      - At a Court held for Rappa: County the 1st of Aprill Ano: 1691
      - Ordered that Mr. ARTHUR FORBES as Marrying the Admstrx. of Capt. THO: GOLDMAN deced, do pay unto PATRICK CAMMELL as Marrying SARAH, one of the Orphans of JNO. KILMAN deced, what part of the sd KILMANs Estate shall become due of the Deced put into his Custody for the use of the sd Orphans
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      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny] Wills in the Record Book entitled Wills No. 2, 1677-1682.
      KILLMAN, JOHN, 19 January, 1676; 6 June, 1677.
      To daughter Anne one brass pott and a Whislett & Corall and the first foale that my Mare brings and a Rug & a Cow & a yearling. To daughter Sarah a Small Ring & a Cow & a yearling & a pott & the second foale my Mare brings. To my daughter Mary the third foale that my Mare brings & a Cow & a yearling & a pott & two Pott Racks & all the Rest of my household goods to be Equally divided betwixt my foure Children onely my Gunn & one pat I doe give unto my Son George & my Mare & the Rest of my Cattle. Appoints son George his Executor. John Dike and Thomas Greene to be Overseers. Thomas Greene is to see that the estate be not removed of the plantation and that William West shall live on the Plantation rent free till my son George be 16 years of age. All my land to my son George and his heirs forever.
      Wit. THOMAS X COCKIN, aged 50 years or thereabouts,
      BENJAMIN X RANDALL (or RA.NDLE) aged 40 years or thereabouts. Page 20.
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      1689-1692 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 229
      - Att a Court held for Rappa: County the 7th day of Octobr: Ano. 1691
      - Order for Administracon is granted to SARAH CAMMELL upon the Estate of her deced Husband, PATRICK CAMMELL, she giving in securitie
      - This day SARAH CAMMELL together with DAVID WILSON acknowledged themselves indebted to their Majties: Justices of the peace in the full sum of 10000 lbs. of Tobb & caske to be pd unto the sd Justices &c. in case the said SARAH shall not duly administer the Estate of PATRICK CAMMELL her deced Husband comitted to her by this Court
      - Ordered that JNO: WELLS & JNO. EVANS some time between this & the next Court held for this County on the South side the River do inventory and appraise all & singular the Estate of PATRICK CAMMELL deced and make returne thereof upon Oath under their hands in writing to the sd Court
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      1692-1693 Essex County, Virginia Deed, Will & Order Book; [Antient Press]; (Page 45)
      At a Court held for Essex County 11th of October 1692
      - JOHN CAMMILL brought his accon to this Court against Mr. ALICE FORBES & declares that ye said Mrs. ALICE FORBES stands indebted to him a Cow and a yearling that belonged to MARY KILLMAN. Daughter of JOHN KILLMAN, late of ye County of. RAPPA deced, as also Nine hundred and seventy five pounds of tobo: & cask; now ye said MARY KILLMAN being deced ye right descends upon him as marrying SARAH. younger Sister to ye said MARY, who hath often demanded ye said Cattle & tobo: of ye said Mrs. ALICE FORBES. Admx. and Relict of Mr, THOMAS GOULDMAN, late of RAPPA: deced, who came possessed of the Estate of ye said JOHN KILLMAN in behalfe of ye Orphans, he therefore prayes Judgmt, for his aid Cattle wth. their encrease since they have been demanded & for his tobo: wth: cost of suit,
      To which ye Defendt. by her Attorney appeared & demanded that ye Plt. should make ye Laws same appear; Whereupon ye Plt produced an order of RAPPA, Court wherein ye sd KILLMAN's Estate was to be sold at an Out Cry and that ye said Mr. THOMAS GOULDMAN was appointed to take ye Judgmts. & give an account of ye same as also an account of ye sd Estate sould by ye sd GOULDMAN according to ye before recited order whereon it appears that ye said tobo: is due to ye Plt. but not makeing it appear to ye Court that ye sd Mr. THOMAS GOULDMAN was possest with ye above Cattle. Judgmt. is granted to ye sd JOHN CAMMILL agt: ye sd Mrs. ALICE FORBES, Admx. & Relict of Mr. THOMAS GOULDMAN deced. for Nine hundred & seventy five pounds of tobo: to be paid with cost of suit
      - Capt. ARTHUR SPICER appeared Attor: for Mrs. ALICE FORBES at ye suit of JNO: CAMMILL JAMES BAUGHAN appeared Attor: for JOHN CAMMILL vs FORBES
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      1694-1695 Essex County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 232
      Essex Couty Court 11th of March 1694/5
      Upon the peticon of JOHN CAMILL & SARAH (?) his Wife, co-heires of GEORGE KILLMAN late of this County deced, Its ordered that Capt. WM, MOSELEY, Surveyr: do on Munday next (if fair, if not the next fair day) make an equal division into two parts according to quantity & quallity of that tract or parcell of land whereon the said KILLMAN lived and whereof he died possest, lying on the East side of PISCATTAWAY CREEKE and report his proceedings to ye next Court to be held for this County
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      1694-1695 Essex County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 267
      Essex County Court 10th of December 1695
      - Upon ye petition of JNO: CAMMILL and SARAH his Wife, Sister & coheir to GEO: KILMAN deced, its ordered that the Order granted them March Court last for a division &c. be renew'd, And that Capt. WM. MOSELEY, Surveyr:, some time before April! Court next make an equall division into two parts according to quantity & quallity of Six hundred acres of land lyeing in this County near PISCATTAWAY FERRY whereon ye sd MAN lived and whereof he dyed seiz'd in fee and report his proceedings to ye sd next April Court
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      1695-1697 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 94-95
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee JOHN CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL my Wife of the Parish of SOUTH FARNHAM in the County of Essex for the sume of Two thousand and seven hundred pounds of lawfull Tobbaccoe to us in hand paid hath granted unto the said HENRY PICKETT his heires and assignes forever one hundred acres of Land being in the said Parish of FARNHAM & County of Essex back in the woods and on the Branches of PAPATACON CREEK, itt being part of a tract of Land formerly belonging to JOHN KILLMAN, Father of the said SARAH CAMELL, and descending by the death of the said JOHN KILLMAN unto his Son, GEORGE KILLMAN, Brother of the said SARAH CAMELL, and by the death of the said GEORGE KILLMAN, unto the said SARAH CAMELL; To have and to hold the said one hundred acres of Land, begining att a white Oake corner tree to the land of JOHN MITCHALL and tuning thence South East by the said MITCHALL's Land to a marked white Oake standing by a Branch called the GREENE SWAMP, thence West South West dome the said Swamp called the BEVERDAM SWAMP to a marked white Oake, thence East up into the woods to the first menconed corner tree; To him the said HENRY PICKETT the said One hudnred acres of land with all its rights to possess and enjoy and we the said JOHN CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL for ourselves our heires the said land sold unto the said HENRY PICKETT and his heires against us our heires and all other p:sons whatsoever claymeing under us and will warrant and defend by these presents; In Witness of all the above premisses and all the articles and clauses and in Confirmacon of them and every of them we the said JOHN CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL do hereunto put our hands and seales this 20th day of Janry: 1696
      Sealed and delivered in the presence of us
      THO PARKER SENR., JOHN CAMELL
      JOHN GATEWOOD, SARAH CAMELL
      SARAH PICKETT
      Acknowledged in Essex County Court the 10th day of May 1697 by the above named JOHN CAMELL and SARAH his Wife (the said SARAH being privately examined according to Law) and truely recorded
      Test FRANCIS MERIWETHER, Cl Cur
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      1699-1701 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page 17
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we JON: CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL his Wife of ye Parrish of South farnham in ye County of Essex for ye sum of Two thousand and seven hundred pounds of lawfull tobaccoe to us in hand paid by HENRY PICKETT of ye said Parrish & County hath sold unto ye sd HENRY PICKETT his heires & assignee forever One hundred acres of land scituate and being in ye said Parrish of Farnham and County of Essex back in ye woods and on ye branches of PASCATACON CREEK it being part and parcel of a tract of land formerly belonging to JOHN KILLMAN, Father of ye said SARRAH CAMELL, and descending by the death of ye said JOHN KILLMAN unto his Son, GEORGE KILLMAN, Brother of ye said SARAH CAMELL, and by the death of the said GEORGE KILLMAN, unto ye sd SARAH CAMELL To have and to hold ye said One hundred acres of land begining at a white Oaks corner tree to ye land of JON: MITCHALL and runing thence South East by ye said MITCHALLs land to a marked white Oake standing by a branch called ye GREEN SWAMP, thence West South West down ye said Swamp to a marked white Oke by the said Swamp, thence North West downe by the Swamp called by BEVERDAM SWAMP to a marked white Oke, thence East North East into the woods to the first mentioned Corner tree to him ye said HENRY PICKETT ye said One hundred acres of land wth: all its rights & appurtenances belonging To have use & enjoy and to his heirs & assign's forever And we ye said JON: CAMELL & SARAH CAMELL for our selves our heires ye said land sold unto ye sd HENRY PICKETT and his heires forever against us the sd JON: CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL our heires and assign's and all other persons under them In Witness of all and every the above recited premisses and all ye articles & clauses and in confirmation of them and every of them, we the sd JON: CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL doe hereunto put our hands and seales this 20th day of January 1696
      Sealed & delivered in pr:sence of us
      THO: PARKER SENR. JON: CAMELL
      WILLIAM WALL, SARAH CAMELL
      JOHN GATEWOOD,
      SARAH PICKETT
      Acknowledged in Essex County Court ye 10th day of May 1697 by the above named JON: CAMELL and SARAH his Wife, (ye ad SARAH being privately examined according to Law) & truely recorded
      BE IT KNOWN unto all men to home it may concerns that I HENRY PICKETT and SARY PICKETT his Wife of ye County of Essex do asure over all our rites and tytells of this within menchoned convaiance unto THO: HINES JUNOR, from me and my ares to THO: HINES and his ares for ever, To have and to hould for ever, I ye sd HENERY PICKET douth wirront ye sale of this land from all parsons or parson whatsoever that shall rase any justly and likewise I afarme over to the said THO: all ye full preveledges that is within menchoned as formly as it is to me afarmed as wittness my hand & seals this 9th day of November 1699
      THO: BOATSON HENRY PICKET
      HANAH HINDES
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      1707-1711 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 13; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 56-58. 10 Feb. 1707/8. Sarah Camiell of Southfarnham Parish, Essex County, widow, one of the daughters and coheirs of John Killman, late of Rappanock County in the parish aforesaid, planter, to Thomas Hindes of same. For 2000 pounds of tobacco. 51 acres in said parish ... corner tree of Thomas Green's deceased ... valley in the line of Capt. Anthony Smith deceased and on the east side the main road that leads to Pecataway Ferry ... John Mitchell's line ...
      Sarah (S) Camiell
      Wit: John Boughan, Daniell Brown Juor., Timothy Driscoll. 11 Feb. 1707/8. Acknowledged by Sarah Camiell,
      10 Feb. 1707/8. Bond of Sarah Camiell of Southfarnham Parish, Essex County, widow, unto Thomas Hindes of same, planter. For £50. To perform the covenants in the indenture.
      Sarah (S) Camiell
      Wit: John Boughan, Daniell Brown Juor., Timothy Driscoll.
      11 Feb. 1707/8. Acknowledged.
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      1707-1711 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 13; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 220-21.
      30 March 1709. Sarah Cammell of Essex County, widdow, to Adam Barefoot of same. For a valuable satisfaction
      already in hand. 150 acres in Southfarnham Parish joining on Samll. Haraway, Tho. Hines, the land belonging to Wm. Smith and Jno. Crow, and not far distant from Piscataway Creeke.
      Sarah (S) Caramel
      Wit: Elizabeth (R) Rose, Henry Rose.
      10 May 1709. Acknowledged by Sarah Cammel.

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