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Elizabeth 'Eliza' Smith[1]

Female Est 1680 - Bef 1730  (~ 49 years)


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  • Name Elizabeth 'Eliza' Smith  [2
    Born Est 1680  Glouchester Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Bef 1730  Essex Co., Colonial Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Not mentioned in her husband's will.
    Person ID I1014  My Reynolds Line
    Last Modified 24 Apr 2018 

    Family Harry Beverly,   b. Est 1670, Essex Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Nov 1730, St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 60 years) 
    Married
    • Children named in Harry Beverly Will
      Son, Robert
      Daughter Elizabeth Stanard
      Mary Margaret
      Susanna
      Catharine
      Judith
      Agatha
    Children 
    +1. Catherine Beverley,   b. Abt 1708, Middlesex Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Apr 1778, Spotsylvania Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 70 years)
    Last Modified 13 Oct 2019 
    Family ID F6447  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
    1. [S73] Deeds, "Essex Co., VA, Deeds & Wills 1699 - 1701," pg. 66, .
      The following transcription is from "Essex Co., VA, Deeds & Wills 1699 - 1701," pg. 66, an unattritubed publication (compiled by the Sparacios). This transcription was sent as a photocopy from the publication by Grace Dyer Mellander, under cover of a letter dated 18 April 2001
      "pp. THIS INDENTURE made the Nineth day of Janry: One thousand six hundred ninety and nine Between HARRY BEVERLEY of the County of MIDDLESEX Gent. of
      48 the one part and JAMES REYNOLDS of the County of GLOCESTER on ye other part Witnesseth that the said HARRY BEVERLEY for ye sum of One hundred pounds Sterl. doth sell unto he (sic) said JAMES REYNOLDS his heires & assignes one thousand & seventeen acres of land being in Essex County being part of a devidend of land formerly granted
      by Patent to Majr. ROBERT BEVERLEY deced, bounded as followeth, beining (sic) a great white Oake standing by the side of GILSONS MAINE RUN below the Plantacon called BEVERLEYs QUARTER, thence up ye sd Run to a white Oake being a corner tree of THOMAS BLANTONs land, thence South West to a white oake near a branch that goes up to JNO. DOUBTYs House, thence South West to a small red Oake markt. with three notches on each side, thence North West to a white Oake on a levell, thence North East to an ancient corner white Oake by a small branch, thence East to a read Oake near a branch, thence North to a corner of PELLs land on the South side of a PATH, thence along PELLs line
      Est., thence North We. to a markt. line that parts this land of REYNOLDS & UPSHAWs land thence East down ye sd line to a red Oake markt. with three notches on each side standing on the bank where ye Run makes an Elbow close to the bank, thence down ye sd Run till it meets with GILSONS MAINE RUN, thence down GILSONS MAINE RUN to ye beginning great white Oake. And also profits & appurtances belonging unto ye sd One thousand & seventeen acres of land as all rights of wch: ye sd HARRY BEVERLEY his heirs hath or may claim by force of ye first original Patent or Patent deeds or other-
      wise; To have & to hold unto ye sd JAMES REYNOLDS his heires & assignes for ever And ye sd HARRY BEVERLEY will forever warrant and defend & that ye sd JAMES REYNOLDS his heirs & assignes shall for ever hereafter have the same without trouble of the sd HARRY BEVERLEY his heirs or any other persons wt:soever (the Quit Rents wch: shall
      hereafter become due only Excepted) In Witness whereof we have set our hands & seale Signed sealed & delivered in presence of JOHN SANDERS, HARRY BEVERLEY his ELIZABETH BEVERLEY, THO. STREACHLY mark his JOHN ID DOUBTY mark
      WM. UPSHAW"
      Acknowledged by HARRY BEVERLEY & ELIZA: his WIFE by FRA: MERIWETHER her Attorney relinquished her right of Dower thereto in Essex County Court ye 10th day of Sep 1700.
      KNOW ALL MEN that I HARRY BEVERLEY do bind me selfe my heirs unto JAMES REYNOLDS his heires in sum of Two hundred pounds Sterl. Witness my hand & seale this 9th day of Janry: 1699. The condition of this obligacon is that if HARRY BEVERLEY at all times hereafter keep all condicons on his part menconed in Indenture hereof without fraud or covin, Then this obligacon to be void or else to stand in full force.

    2. [S245] Vital Record (Ancestry), https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/61157/46155_b289718-00652/723083?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/35938614/person/28001563431/facts/citation/540112741147/edit/record.
      Smith Family
      1686. Maj. Gen. Robert Smith, member of Council, m. Widow of Thomas Lundford; and had: Robert Smith, who m. Katherine Hone, and had Elizabeth Smith, who m. Harry Beverly, s. of Robert Beverly, and Miss Grymes; and they had Margaret Beverly, m. John Chew, s/o Larkin Chew and Hannah Roy, grandson of John and Sarah LNU Chew; Hannah Chew d/o John and Margaret (Beverly) Chew; m. John Carter; their dau. Margaret Chew Carter, m. Zachariah Taliaferro; and their daughter, Mary Margaret Taliaferro, m. Richard Franklin Simpson. (Col. John, William, John)
      John Carter, husband of Hannah Chew, d/o John and Margaret (Beverly) Chew is identified as "King Carter" the s/o Robert and Priscilla Blaayden; who married 1st Miss Armistead and 2nd Hannah Chew. Their daughter, Margaret Chew, m. Zachariah Taliaferro; their daughter, Mary Margaret Taliaferro, m. Richard Franklin Simpson, (Col. John1, William2, John1)

    3. [S18] Family Search, LDS, https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/259931?availability=Family%20History%20Library.
      George Stubblefield (d.1752) about 1736 married Catherine Beverley, the second daughter of Harry and Elizabeth (Smith) Beverley, and lived in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Iowa and elsewhere.