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Ann Chilton1

F, #3976, d. about 1818

Parents

FatherJesse Chilton (d. about 1794)
MotherAnne Newsum

Family: Martin Brent (b. 6 October 1776, d. about 1815)

DaughterCharlotte Brent+
SonCyrus Brent
DaughterFlorinda Brent+ (d. 1848)
SonRobert Brent
SonHugh Brent
DaughterJudith A. Brent+ (b. about 1808)
SonNewton M. Brent+ (b. about 23 September 1812, d. 9 August 1900)
SonWilliam S. Brent+ (b. about 1813)

Biography

Ann Chilton and Martin Brent were married on 29 December 1796 in Lancaster County, Virginia.1,2,3 Ann Chilton died about 1818.4
Ann was on the between 1816 and 1817 tax list in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.5
Last Edited29 March 2016

Citations

  1. [S508] Nottingham, Stratton; compiler, The Marriage License Bonds of Lancaster County, Virginia from 1701 to 1848, p. 8, Martin Brent and Ann Chilton
  2. [S702] Family Search: Virginia Marriages 1785-1940, database, http://www.familysearch.org, Martin Brent and Ann Chilton, 29 Decemer 1796, Lancaster County, Virginia
  3. [S802] Historic Court Records, abstracts, McGhee, Barry L., http://www.historiccourtrecords.org, Brent & al vs Chilton & al
  4. [S528] Spotsylvania County, Virginia, Wills, Volume IJ, Film 34059, 348, appraisal of her estate commissioned 3 November 1818
  5. [S1933] Spotsylvania County, Virginia, Spotsylvania Coiunty, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782-1822, Tax Book, 1816 and 1817, entry for Ann Chilton; 1905732.

Jesse Chilton1

M, #3978, d. 1811

Parents

FatherJesse Chilton (d. about 1794)
MotherAnne Newsum

Biography

Jesse Chilton and Judith Nutt were married on 22 December 1796 in Lancaster County, Virginia.2,3 Jesse Chilton died in 1811 in Lancaster County, Virginia.4
He was involved in a court case concerning Judith's inheritance from her father's will to 1802 in Northumberland County, Virginia. Judith's father Mosely willed a slave, Job, to his son William. William was to have Job valued and was to give one third to his brother Walter and one third to Judith. She was also to receive one fifth of the value of the year's crops and also cash that was willed to her. They were suing for these amounts.3 Jesse was head of household on the 1810 US Census taken in Lancaster County, Virginia. The household consisted of with two males under ten, one male 26 to 44, one male 45 or older, two females under ten, one female 10 to 15 and one female 26 to 44. There were 22 slaves.1 He signed a will on 11 February 1811 in Lancaster County, Virginia.4 He had an estate probated on 21 May 1811 in Lancaster County, Virginia.4
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S524] 1810 U.S. Census, Lancaster County, Virginia, Film micropublication M252, roll 69, p. 340, Jesse Chilton household
  2. [S509] Headly, Robert K.; compiler, Married Well and Aften: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649-1800: Ancestry, Url: www.ancestry.com, Site Date: 2008, p. 73
  3. [S2176] Virginia, Chancery Records Index. Digital images, 1805-031 Northumberland County, Jesse Chilton and wife vs. Exr. of William Nutt, etc; Jesse Chilton & Wife vs. Richard Nutt etc., 1805; accessed 18 Jun 2015
  4. [S2179] The Virginia Genealogist, John Frederick Dorman, "The Chilton Families of Maryland and Virginia ," (#2, pp. 24-26 vol. 12 ).

Jesse Chilton1

M, #3979, d. about 1794

Family: Anne Newsum

DaughterAnn Chilton+ (d. about 1818)
SonJesse Chilton+ (d. 1811)
DaughterAlice Chilton
SonCyrus Chilton

Biography

Jesse Chilton and Anne Newsum were married on 19 November 1767 in Lancaster County, Virginia.2,3 Jesse Chilton died about 1794.4
Jesse and Anne deeded property to William Chilton on 18 December 1770 in Lancaster County, Virginia. This land had been inherited by Anne Newsum and her sister Jemima from their father Robert Newsum jr. who died "without male heir". Robert Newsum jr. had inherited the property from his father Robert Newsum. Jemima and her husband Edward Blakemore still held her portion of the property5 Jesse and Anne were deeded back the property by William on 20 March 1771 in Lancaster County, Virginia.6 Jesse and Anne deeded their property which Ann had inherited from her father to their son Jesse jr on 16 September 1784 in Lancester County, Virginia.6
Last Edited29 November 2017

Citations

  1. [S509] Headly, Robert K.; compiler, Married Well and Aften: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649-1800: Ancestry, Url: www.ancestry.com, Site Date: 2008, p. 50
  2. [S509] Headly, Robert K.; compiler, Married Well and Aften: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649-1800: Ancestry, Url: www.ancestry.com, Site Date: 2008, p. 73
  3. [S680] Family Search: Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940, database, www.familysearch.org, Jesse Chilton and Ann Smith, 19 November 1767, Lancaster County
  4. [S1249] Kilby, Craig, Chiltons of Maryland and Virginia - An unrecorded will, mail list, VA-Northern Neck, Url: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/va-northern-neck/2014-04/1396822038
  5. [S515] Lancaster County, Virginia Deed and will book, vol. 19, Film Number: 0032137 Item 1, 10-11, deed Jesse and Ann Chilton to William Chilton
  6. [S2179] The Virginia Genealogist, John Frederick Dorman, "The Chilton Families of Maryland and Virginia ," (#2, pp. 24-26 vol. 12 ).

John Curd1

M, #3994

Biography

John Curd and Lucy Brent were married on 7 April 1758 in Lancaster County, Virginia.1,2,3
John was named as an heir in the will of Catherine Newton on 6 September 1760 in Lancaster County, Virginia.3
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S506] Brent, Chester Horton, The Descendants of Hugh Brent Immigrant to Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1642, p.63
  2. [S508] Nottingham, Stratton; compiler, The Marriage License Bonds of Lancaster County, Virginia from 1701 to 1848, p. 18
  3. [S537] Lancaster County, Virginia Deed and will Book, vol. 16, FHL, Film Number: 0032135 Item 2, 123-124, Will of Catherine Brent