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Dickerson Joshua D [Male] b. 09 MAY 1802 Pennsylvania - d. 16 JUL 1882 Pipe Creek, Texas

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Footnote: 1850 pg. 332 line 29 / 1860 pg. 78 line 32
Event: ABT 1787

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Event: ABT 1787

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Footnote: International Genealogy Index 3.02 North America --LDS

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Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850 Marriage Index
Elizabeth Dawson and Joshua Dickerson were married Oct 3, 1830
Have copy of marriage record.

A posting on Ancestry.com gives his middle name as Douglas. No proof offered.

1840 Guernsey Ohio, census:
The Joshua Dickerson listed in Jackson, Guernsey, Ohio has 3 males under 5, 2 males 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 30-40
and 1 female 10-15, 1 female 30-40.

1850 Guernsey OH, census:
Joshua Dickerson.........48.........PA......Farmer....... (name is written Dickison or Dickson)
Elizabeth Dickerson.........49..........PA
William Dickerson ..........18........OH........ (There may have been a boy older than William)
Nancy Dickerson..........24........OH..... (may have been a niece, age doesn't work)
Bonom Dickerson.........16.........OH
Wyatt Dickerson........13........OH
Philip Dickerson..........11........ OH
Joshua Dickerson.......... 8.........OH

1860 Guernsey OH, Census
Joshua Dickerson............58...........PA.....Farmer
Elizabeth Dickerson.......58..........PA
Joshua Dickerson..........17.......PA ?.........Farm laborer
Violet Lanning...........15.......Domestic

In the Greenwood cemetery in Zanesville Ohio there is an Elizabeth Dickerson, d. March 4, 1861 at the age of 59.
Newspaper listing of deaths notes that she was paralyzed. No other info available.

1880 Todd Creek, Johnson, CO, NE
Joshua Dickerson..........78..... PA
living with Phillip Dickerson family. (but shortly after, he came to Texas to stay with family)

According to family stories, Joshua paid someone to go in his place in the Civil War and then moved to Nebraska
after his wife died. (Posting on Ancestry says she died in Nebraska, no proof offered)

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Dickerson Phillip [Male] b. 10 MAR 1839 Ohio - d. 31 JAN 1913 Nebraska

1870 Johnson Co. Nebraska census:
Philip Dickerson..........31.........OH
Charlotte Dickerson.......37.......OH
J H Corna (?)........17........OH.......farm laborer

1880 Todd Creek, Johnson, Co, Nebraska
Philip Dickerson..............41............OH.......Carpenter
Charlotte Dickerson............47........OH
Joshua Dickerson............78.......PA
Benjamin Cleghorn ........20.... IA.......Farm laborer

1900 Gage, NE census:
Phillip Dickerson.......March 1839......61.....OH.......married 9 years
Elizabeth Dickerson.....June 1850.....49.....OH......second wife...?
Ralph H Walden......Dec 1875......24......IA......step-son?
Arthur Walden......June 1877......22.....IA......step-son?
Ledrue Walden......Feb 1873......17......IA....step-son?

1910 Gage, NE census:
Phillip Dickerson......71......OH
Elizabeth Dickerson......59.......OH

1920 Gage, NE census:
Ralph Waldon......43.....IA
Elizabeth Waldon......69.....OH......mother.....widow

1930 Gage, NE census:
Ralph Waldron........53......IA
Elizabeth Dickerson......79.....OH.....mother.....widow

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Dickerson William [Male] b. 1832 Ohio - d. 1894 Texas

1860 Guernsey, Ohio census:
WIlliam Dickerson ...........27........OH
Mary A Dickerson.........24.........OH
Elizabeth Dickerson............7/12......OH

1870 Johnson Co. NE census:
William Dickerson......36..........OH........farmer
Mary Dickerson...... ..34.........OH
Philip D Dickerson ........ 8......OH
Ellen (?) M Dickerson...... 2.......OH
infant girl ..........1/12.........OH
they are living next door to William's brother Bonam.
the name is written "Dickison"

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Noel Margaret [Female] b. 1695 Essex, VA - d. OCT 1756 Essex Co, VA

The book " Emigrant Cornelius Noel, From Holland to Virginia" has some errors. A certified researcher was able to confirm the correct line of descent to Cornelius, from Passchier Nowe of Halewijn, Vlaanderen, Netherlands, m. 29 Mar 1582/83 To Stijntje Jaspers.

"Old Rappahannock Record Deed Book 3," 1663-68, page 342. Feb 16, 1666-67. Cornelius Noell, Wm. Coffin, Henry Jearman (later Jarman) and John Powell, divide land they had patented Sep. 25, 1665. (this was patented 1697 on Occupacea Creek. "state Land Office Book 5," page 469.

7 Nov 1666 "Whereas Cornelius Noel has lived in this County Servant and Freeman and of the Reformed Religion and taken up land with a full resolution to make his constant abode in this County and to remain himself as a true and factful servant towards his Majesty and his Liege people hath petitioned he might be admitted a Denizen of this County. It is by the Governor Council and Burgesses of this Grand Assembly Granted or ordered that said Corenlius Noel be made a free Denizen. Journal of the House of Burgesses of Virginia 1659-60-1693. Francis Lord Howard Governor."

CORNELIUS NOEL's will is found in Order Book #1, p52 of Essex Co., VA. His will dated 10 Jan 1698/99 and probated 20 Jun 1699. Old Rappahannock Record Will and Deed Book 1695-1702 p327
In the name of God, Amen, I Cornelius Noell being sick and weak of body but of sound and perfect memory blessed and praised to Almighty God for the same do make & ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. First and principally I commend my Soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it hoping by the ---Death & passion of my blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to receive full pardon and forgiveness of all my sins and a joyfull & ---- at the last day. As for my body I commend it unto the ground to be decently & Christianly buried at the discretion of my Executrix hereafter named. As far as Wordly goods that God hath lent me I dispose of in manner & form following, Viz. Imprimus, I give and bequeath the land and plantation where I now live, both freehold and copyhold with all that appurtenances thereunto belonging unto my loving wife Elizabeth Noell during her natural life. After her demize unto my son Cornelius Noell and his heirs.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my son James Noell that tract or parcel of land ---- or called by the name of New Holland and if it shall please God that my said son do die without heirs then I give the said land unto my daughter Elizabeth Noell.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Noell that tract or parcel of land between the old field and John Anderson's joining upon Jno. Anderson' by computation 100 acres to her and her heirs.
Item: I give unto my son Daniel Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco.
Item: I give unto my daughter Mary Coutsome six hundred pounds of Tobacco.
Item: I give unto my daughter Margaret Conallee six hundred pounds of Tobacco.
Item: I give unto my son Corenlius Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco if he shall live to be of age, with a pair of pistols, hoster and a carbine.
Item: I give unto my son James Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco if he shall live to be of age.
Item: I given unto my daughter Elizabeth Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco if she shall live to be of age.
As for the rest of my estate I give it to my wife, making her my whole and Sole Executrix and I do annull & make void all former Wills, Testaments & bequests made by me at any time heretofore willed, made, bequeathed or given, & do sign Seal & publish this to be my last Will & Testament, Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this 10th day of January 1698/9.
Cornelius Noell. Signed, sealed & published in the presence of Willliam Vickery, Thomas Hucklescott. Proved by the oaths of the witnesses hereto in Essex County Court the 20th day of June 1699 & duly Recorded.

DANIEL NOEL was the oldest son of Cornelius Noel the immigrant and his estate was next to his fathers in Essex Co. He is thought to have been born as early as 1665 in Essex Co., VA. However, deed of gift from Thomas R. Page in 1675/6 could show him born shortly before this time. He m. Ellizabeth Eliott according to family tradition. No proof that Elizabeth's name was Elliott currently exists, but a Samuel Ellitt/Elliot family is known nearby.

Essex Co. Deed Book 22 p334, 21 Dec 1741 Daniel Noel being in perfect memory gives to his two son, John and Benjamin to be equally divided between them, the plantation where I now live with all houses and everything pertaining thereto lying in St. Ann's Parish and adjoining the three hundred acres already given by me to my three sons, Daniel, Cornelius, and Bernard Noel. And is the residue of the tract of land formerly granted me by Mr. Thomas Page January 23, 1675.
Witnesses: Patrick Donohoe, Francis Ramsey.

Essex County Virginia Deed. Court Records 1696; Bartholomew Vawter's Will, 1717. John and Margaret Vawter's wills, Culpeper Co., Virginia. The Vawter Family in America by Bicknell. Rucker Family Genealogy.
This is all from W.T. Vawter's research for his Sons of the American Revolution application.
Their children were Winifred, Bartholomew, Richard Beverly who married Frances Towles, Margaret Angus and David Vawter, who married Mary Offill.

WILL OF MARGARET VAWTER, dated 18 Sept. 1756
Margaret Vawter of the County of Culpeper being sick and weak in body. Unto my son David Vawter the use and profit of a Negro girl named Cloe until the first day of October one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven, also I give unto my son David Vawter what money he owes me and the crops, household furniture and tools which he has of mine in his possession, he paying his sister Winefred McBen fifty shillings currt. money. unto my son Angus Vawter, the first child my said Negro girl Cloe shall bring to be delivered him at a year old, or ten pounds currt. money which ever my son Angus shall choose.
Unto Ephraim Rucker and Margaret his wife one Negro girl named Cloe, they delivering to my son Angus Vawter the first child that the said Cloe shall bring or pay him ten pounds crrt. money which ever my said son Angus shall choose. But in case the said Cloe should die without such child or before she has been in the possession of Ephraim Rucker and his wife one year then my said son Angus to be paid ten pounds currt. money out of the remainder of my estate.
All the remainder of my estate to my two sons Richard Vawter and Angus Vawter and my daughter Winefred McBen.
I constitute, ordain and appoint Ephraim Rucker whole and sole executor.
Margt. (X) Vawter
Wit:
Jno. Battaley
Elizabeth Battaley

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Towles Frances [Female] b. 08 MAY 1730 Middlesex, Virginia - d. 11 NOV 1811 Madison Co., Virginia
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Title: The Parish Registers of Christ Church, Middlesex CO. VA

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Virginia Family Histories #3, 1600-1800s
Genealogies of Virginia Families, Volume III, Towles and Clark Families, Page 583.

On October 21, 1708, Stokeley Towles married, in Middlesex, Ann (born August 14, 1693) daughter of Claude Vallott, also known as Claude Champagne, who, on October 6, 1684, deposed that he was 35 years old. Vallott's wife was Ann (nee Jenkinson).

The Towles and Vallot families are original emigrants to Virginia and have had considerable histories written on the families. The most complete Towles genealogy is in the Virginia Genealogist Vol. 8 p. 220 et. seq. and Stokeley our direct line is found thoroughly researched in Tyler's Quarterly Historical Vol. XIII, pub. 1932, article of Towles and Clarks by William Newman starting on page 23 and continuing through several volumes. The Stockley/Stokeley family lines go back to 1609 and the original immigrants of brothers Francis and John Stockley. They located on the Eastern Shore of VA in Accomac County.

Towles' will, of record at Culpeper, made January 15, proved December 15, 1757, named Spencer Bobo and testator's (second) wife Jane executors.
From this will and other records, it appears that he had the following children: I Oliver, II JOHN, born April 5, 1712, III Henry (first),
IV Elizabeth, born December 7, 1716, V Ann, born April 23, 1719, VI Catherine, born July 5, 1721, VII Mary (first), born November 1, 1722, VIII Jane, born February 20, 1726, IX Joseph, born February 23, 1728, X FRANCES, born May 8, 1726, XI Stokely, XII Judith, born April 13, 1735, XIII Lucy, XIV Mary (second), born April 12, 1749, XV Henry (second), born March 15, 1756.
Yes, two named Mary and two named Henry.

THE WILL OF FRANCES VAWTER
In the name of God Amen, I Frances Vawter (widow of the late Richard Vawter, deceased) of the County of Madison and state of Virginia, calling in word the certainty of death and the uncertainty of life after death dothe make and ordain this my last will and testament revoking all other wills by me before made - Insomuch to bequeath my soul to God who gave it and my body to be buried in a decent and Christian like manner and as to my worldly goods my will and desire is that after my decease my Executor sell the whole of my estate and the money arising from the sale those together with that debts as owing to me and all the money I have in hand be divided in the following manner first pay to my daughter Frances Alpha and Omega Shelton thirty six pounds lawful money of Virginia and the balance to be equally divided between by three daughters Francis Alpha and Omega Shelton above mentioned. Ann Vaughter and Nancy Wilhoit and their lawful heirs- I leave my estate in this manner for my conviction that my children herein named have received less from there Father Richard Vawter dece'd than my other children, lastly I appoint my friend Joseph Early executor to this my last will and testament. In witness where of I have set my hand and seal this 11 day of November one thousand eighty hundred and eleven. by Frances Vawter. In the presence of John Harrison Elizabeth (?) and Adam Rouse.

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Rucker Ephraim [Male] b. ABT 1700 Virginia - d. ABT 1797

Book- History of the Rucker Family and Their Descendants - Ephraim Rucker was born in the early 1700s or perhaps late 1690s, most likely in England; possibly in Virginia. He lived in Culpeper (later called Madison) County, Virginia.

Will of Ephraim Rucker, Madison County, Virginia, Will Book 1, Dated September 24, 1796, Proved December 28, 1797
The balance of my estate I lend to my beloved wife, Margarett Rucker, to be peaceably enjoyed by her during her natural life and after her decease . . . to be sold . . . and the money arising . . . I give to my son, Angus Rucker, one seventh part . . . also the whole tract of land whereon I live . . . to my son, Elliott Rucker . . . to my son, John Rucker . . . to my daughter, Tabitha Gaines . . . to my daughter, Mary Vawter . . . to my daughter, Tomagen Rucker, John Booten, her son, Ambrose Booten, her son, and Anna Rucker, her daughter, and Elizabeth Minor, Joseph Minor and Mary Early to be apportioned between them as follows, one third part of that seventh to my daughter, Margarett Morgan, on other third part to her son, Elliott Minor, and one other third part equally divided between her son, Joseph Minor and her daughter, Mary Early . . . appoint my sons, Angus Rucker, Elliott Rucker and John Rucker, executors . . . this 24th day of September 1796. Test: James Redish, George Allen, Joseph Bradford.
At a court held 28th December 1797 will exhibited and proved and ordered to be certified, and upon the motion of Angus Rucker and John Rucker a probate thereof granted to them. At a court held 23rd September 1802 will exhibited and fully proved and ordered to be recorded.
Know all men . . . We, Angus Rucker, John Rucker, William Blakey and Joseph Bradford . . . bound in the sum of ten thousand dollars . . . 28th December 1797. Condition of the above that Angus Rucker and John Rucker do make a true and perfect inventory. At a court held 28th December 1797 bond acknowledged and ordered to be recorded.

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Stapp Achilles [Male] b. 22 DEC 1755 Orange Co. Virginia - d. 04 SEP 1849 Scott Co. KY

Name also spelled Step, Stap, Stepp, Steep....

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Lewis Alexander [Male] b. 1770 - d. 1855 Jennings County, IN

1850 Jennings Co. IN census:
Nancy Lewis......55.....KY.....living with daughter Anna Grinsted's family

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Brogan Louise [Female] b. 14 JUL 1912 Santa Fe, NM - d. 19 SEP 1992 San Antonio, TX

Social Security Death Records
Name: Louise Johnston
[Louise Miranda]
[Louise Brogan]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 14 Jul 1912
Birth Place: Santa Fe, New Mexico
[Santa Fe|]
Death Date: 19 Sep 1992
Claim Date: 8 Sep 1976
Father: William F Brogan
Mother: Louise Piatt
SSN: 465784828
Type of Claim: Evidence other than birth record submitted; U.S. citizen or alien allowed to work.
Notes: 11 Aug 1976: Name listed as LOUISE JOHNSTON; 24 Aug 1976: Name listed as LOUISE MIRANDA

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Brogan William Francis [Male] b. 16 FEB 1883 Kansas - d. 26 SEP 1946 San Antonio, TX

W W I Draft registration card: signed September 12, 1918. Bexar Co. TX
William Francis Brogan
born February 16, 1883
next of kin: Louise Brogan

1910 Alburquerque, NM census:
William F Brogan..............27.........KS
Louise Brogan.................27..........MO
Mary Brogan...............1...........NM

1920 Bexar Co. TX Census:
William F Brogan.............36..........KS
Louise Brogan.................35.......MO
Mary Brogan....................11........NM
Louise Brogan.................. 7.......NM

1930 Bexar Co. TX census:
William Brogan................47.......KS
Louise Brogan................47.........MO
Mary C Brogan...............21........NM
Louise Brogan................17.......NM

Pat and Mary Carmel were raised by grandparents after Mary Brogan Koett died.

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Piatt Louise [Female] b. 28 FEB 1882 St. Louis, MO - d. 24 OCT 1970 Pleasanton, TX

Birth date (Feb 28, 1882) obtained from SS Death record.

1880 Custer Colorado census:
Louisa Goodall 44 (?) Resturantuer.....Germany............ Germany......... Germany
Clouse ? Boarder - Lawyer

1900 Eagle Colorado census:
Louise Goodall Dec 1830.....69..... Germany..........Germany........ Germany
LOUISE PIATT Feb 1882 .....18..... Missouri........... Ohio............. Pennsylvania
Ellen Nelson Servant
Emory Anderson Servant
Wm E Head Cook

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Brogan William James [Male] b. 17 AUG 1855 Iowa - d. 05 JAN 1918 San Antonio, TX

1880 Lyon, Kansas census:
W. J. Brogan......25....... IA......Ireland........Ireland
Eva M Brogan.....19...... IA

1900 Lyon, Kansas census:
Wm J Brogan......Aug 1854........ 45.......IA....... Ireland....... Ireland
Eva I Brogan.......Dec 1860.......39.......IA
Wm F Brogan.......Feb 1883.......17.......KS
John V Brogan.......Nov 1884........15...........KS
Mary E Brogan.......Sept 1887.......12.......KS

1910 Bexar Co. TX Census:
William J Brogan.......55.......IA
Eva I Brogan.........50......... IA
John B Brogan........25........KS
Evaline Brogan..........23........KS

1920 Bexar Co. TX census:
W J Brogan.......59....... IA
John B Brogan........34......... KS
Evelyn Brogan........33.........KS
Eva was not listed, but she is in the 1930 census living with son, John V Brogan and daughter Eveline.

William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
Lyon County, Part 16, (Hartford)
was first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.
WILLIAM J. BROGAN, farmer, P. O. Hartford, was born in Clinton County, Iowa, August 19, 1855. He was educated in the public schools of Iowa, and St. Francis Academy, Milwaukee, and St. John's College, Prairie Du Chien, Wis. In January, 1875, he came to Kansas, locating in Hartford, in partnership with his father, Francis Brogan. He is engaged in farming, and in stock feeding and dealing in Lyon, Coffey and Chase counties. He married Miss Eva I. Slack, of Hartford, December 11, 1879. Mr. and Mrs. Brogan are members of the Catholic Church.

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Slack Eva Isadora [Female] b. 29 DEC 1859 Hartford, Iowa - d. 26 JUN 1930 San Antonio, TX

On the 1900 Lyon, Kansas census, Eva I Brogan's birth date given as Dec 1860

On the 1860 Warren, Iowa census, she is listed as 1 year old.:

The date of December 29, 1858 comes from her death certificate, and is probably correct.

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Brogan Mary C [Female] b. 16 JUL 1908 New Mexico - d. 01 APR 1940 San Antonio, TX

She died when her children were small so Patrick and Mary Carmel were adopted by grandparents.

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Noel Daniel [Male] b. 1665 Essex, Virginia - d. AFT 1741 Virginia

Daniel Noel was the oldest son of Cornelius Noel the immigrant and his estate was next to his fathers in Essex Co. He is thought to have been born as early as 1665 in Essex Co., VA. However, deed of gift from Thomas R. Page in 1675/6 could show him born shortly before this time. He m. Ellizabeth Eliott according to family tradition. No proof that Elizabeth's name was Elliott currently exists, but a Samuel Ellitt/Elliot family is known nearby.

Essex Co. Deed Book 22 p334, 21 Dec 1741 Daniel Noel being in perfect memory gives to his two son, John and Benjamin to be equally divided between them, the plantation where I now live with all houses and everything pertaining thereto lying in St. Ann's Parish and adjoining the three hundred acres already given by me to my three sons, Daniel, Cornelius, and Bernard Noel. And is the residue of the tract of land formerly granted me by Mr. Thomas Page January 23, 1675.
Witnesses: Patrick Donohoe, Francis Ramsey.

Daniel Noel is mentioned in John Vawter's will as his father-in-law.

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Elliot Elizabeth [Female] b. 1670 Essex Co. Virginia - d. ABT 1756 ?

Elizabeth's maiden name is not proved.

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Noel Cornelius [Male] b. 08 NOV 1623 Zuid, Leiden, Holland, Netherlands - d. 06 JUN 1699 Essex CO. VA

The book " Emigrant Cornelius Noel, From Holland to Virginia" has some errors. A certified researcher was able to confirm the correct line of descent to Cornelius, from Passchier Nowe of Halewijn, Vlaanderen, Netherlands, m. 29 Mar 1582/83 To Stijntje Jaspers.

"Old Rappahannock Record Deed Book 3," 1663-68, page 342. Feb 16, 1666-67. Cornelius Noell, Wm. Coffin, Henry Jearman (later Jarman) and John Powell, divide land they had patented Sep. 25, 1665. (this was patented 1697 on Occupacea Creek. "state Land Office Book 5," page 469.

7 Nov 1666 "Whereas Cornelius Noel has lived in this County Servant and Freeman and of the Reformed Religion and taken up land with a full resolution to make his constant abode in this County and to remain himself as a true and factful servant towards his Majesty and his Liege people hath petitioned he might be admitted a Denizen of this County. It is by the Governor Council and Burgesses of this Grand Assembly Granted or ordered that said Corenlius Noel be made a free Denizen. Journal of the House of Burgesses of Virginia 1659-60-1693. Francis Lord Howard Governor."

Cornelius Noel's will is found in Order Book #1, p52 of Essex Co., VA. His will dated 10 Jan 1698/99 and probated 20 Jun 1699. Old Rappahannock Record Will and Deed Book 1695-1702 p327
In the name of God, Amen, I Cornelius Noell being sick and weak of body but of sound and perfect memory blessed and praised to Almighty God for the same do make & ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. First and principally I commend my Soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it hoping by the ---Death & passion of my blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to receive full pardon and forgiveness of all my sins and a joyfull & ---- at the last day. As for my body I commend it unto the ground to be decently & Christianly buried at the discretion of my Executrix hereafter named. As far as Wordly goods that God hath lent me I dispose of in manner & form following, Viz. Imprimus, I give and bequeath the land and plantation where I now live, both freehold and copyhold with all that appurtenances thereunto belonging unto my loving wife Elizabeth Noell during her natural life. After her demize unto my son Cornelius Noell and his heirs.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my son James Noell that tract or parcel of land ---- or called by the name of New Holland and if it shall please God that my said son do die without heirs then I give the said land unto my daughter Elizabeth Noell.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Noell that tract or parcel of land between the old field and John Anderson's joining upon Jno. Anderson' by computation 100 acres to her and her heirs.
Item: I give unto my son Daniel Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco.
Item: I give unto my daughter Mary Coutsome six hundred pounds of Tobacco.
Item: I give unto my daughter Margaret Conallee six hundred pounds of Tobacco.
Item: I give unto my son Corenlius Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco if he shall live to be of age, with a pair of pistols, hoster and a carbine.
Item: I give unto my son James Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco if he shall live to be of age.
Item: I given unto my daughter Elizabeth Noell six hundred pounds of Tobacco if she shall live to be of age.
As for the rest of my estate I give it to my wife, making her my whole and Sole Executrix and I do annull & make void all former Wills, Testaments & bequests made by me at any time heretofore willed, made, bequeathed or given, & do sign Seal & publish this to be my last Will & Testament, Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this 10th day of January 1698/9. Cornelius Noell. Signed, sealed & published in the presence of Willliam Vickery, Thomas Hucklescott. Proved by the oaths of the witnesses hereto in Essex County Court the 20th day of June 1699 & duly Recorded.

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Page Elizabeth [Female] b. ABT 1635 England - d. AFT 1704 Virginia

"Old Rappahannock Record Will and Deed Book 9," 1696-99, page 337. Will of Cornelius Noell dated Jan. 10, 1698-9, proved June 20, 1699, wife Elizabeth to son James, land called "New Holland" , dau. Eliz. Noell (who is under age) son DANIEL NOELL (our line); dau. Mary Clutson, Dau. Margaret Connellie, sons Cornelius and James Noell (who are both under age.)

Elizabeth's maiden name is not proved.

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Noel Jacob (Noweelsz) [Male] b. 1599 Zuid, Leiden, Holland, Netherlands - d. AFT 1635 Holland

The book" Emigrant Cornelius Noel, From Holland to Virginia" has some errors. A certified researcher was able to confirm the correct line of descent to Cornelius, from Passchier Nowe of Halewijn, Vlaanderen, Netherlands, m. 29 Mar 1582/83 To Stijntje Jaspers.

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Nowe Passchier [Male] b. ABT 1563 Zuid, Leiden, Holland, Netherlands

The book" Emigrant Cornelius Noel, From Holland to Virginia" has some errors. A certified researcher was able to confirm the correct line of descent to Cornelius, from Passchier Nowe of Halewijn, Vlaanderen, Netherlands, m. 29 Mar 1582/83 To Stijntje Jaspers.

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