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From: "Janet" <>
Subject: Re: [MEADOWS] Awbrey - Meador
Date: Sun, 29 Nov 2009 09:27:35 -0600 (Central Standard Time)
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Yes
Hannah Tanner married John Awbrey
Francis Tanner married Frances Awbrey
I want more email me off this site



Janet

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From: Faye
Date: 11/29/2009 9:19:31 AM
To:
Subject: Re: [MEADOWS] Awbrey - Meador

Janet,
Do you have any information on the Tanner sisters?

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From: "Janet" <>
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Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2009 8:31 AM
Subject: Re: [MEADOWS] Awbrey - Meador


> Janean I agree that Mary was the daughter of this certain family based on
> very circumstantial
> Information
>
> There is one thing Henry and his brother John Awbrey were the only
> Awbrey/Aubrey etc that can found coming to America.
>
> The Washington ancestry : and records of the McClain, Johnson, and forty
> other colonial American families
> Greenfield, Ohio: Priv. Print., 1932, 1871 pgs.
> Charles Arthur Hoppin
>
> "Henry Awbrey after arriving in VA from Great Britain seured on Apr 9 1664

> Land from Sir William Berkeley, 1,050 aces in Rappahannock Co
> So side of Hoskpins.
> Two years later young boy with his family came from Great Britain, This
> boy
> was John Awbrey"
> Young boy John Awbrey, Henry is said to be about 13 years older then John
> Awbrey
>
> To Westmoreland County, VA in 1664
> Additional Notes
> Sources: Will of Henry Awbrey,1694, Virginia'S Who'S Who, Boddie'S
> Historical Southern Families John Awbrey, son of Sir William Awbrey of
> Tredomen and Abercynrig, Wales, arrived in Virginia with two of his
> brothers--Henry, later a member of the House of Burgesses and Sheriff of
> Essex County, and Richard. John Awbrey married Jane Johnstone in
> Westmoreland County, Virginia. They had two sons: John Awbrey, Jr. And
> Francis Awbrey. Francis was later Sheriff of Prince William County, and a
> large planter in Northern Virginia. Awbrey, Henry Burgess, 1682-92
> Rappahannock
> Boddie Vol.XII, p. 52 and Vol. I, p. 268.
> You see no daughters. Francis and John JR married Tanner sisters.
>
> Now if Victor P Meadors say in book that John Meador married 2nd wife _
> Awbrey. As far as I tell Mary Awbrey daughter of Richard is only one that
> could be her.
>
> Can anyone find another Awbrey/Aubrey living near John Meador that he
> could
> kiss and married?
>
> Richard Awbrey only other daughter by his will was Dorothy and here is her

> family link
>
> John Billups and Dorothy Awbrey (dau of Richard) were married by May
> 19, 1717 per deed to Thomas Smith of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex
> Co. This deed is in
> Essex Records.
> To all Christian People to whom this present Indentures shall come
> Know ye that
> I John Billups & Dorothy my wife of the Parish of St. Anns in the
> County of Essex Daughter & heir Apparent of Richd. Aubery deced son of
> Henry
>
> Aubery Deced do for diverse good causes but more especially for the sum of

> three
> Pounds currant mony of Virga. Building a sixteen foot House after the
> maner
> of Comon
> Virga. Building that is to say only the outside work the said John Billups

> to find
> The Jist & Nailes the consideration being in hand already reced hath
> released
> Forever & forever quit claimed unto James Garnet of the Parish and County
> Aforesaid in his full possession all such Right Title whatsoever as we the

> said John
> Billups and Dorithy my wife had or ought to have in any part of a Track of

> land
> Granted to Capt. Salvator Muscoe by Pattent dated the Ninth day of July in

> the year
> One thousand seven hundred and twenty four for one hundred acres & by the
> said
> Salvator Muscoe sold & conveyed unto the said James Garnett & in or to all

> the land
> Below the second Branch above the Church & of in or to all the Land above
> The Branch that lyeth within the bounds hereafter mentioned that is to say

> Beginning at a sasifigg on the uper or North side of the Branch & runing
> down the said Branch
> To a red Oak & from the said red Oak North East to a stake and from the
> said
>
> Stake West North to a small Maple on the sie of a large branch next below
> Capt.
> Salvator Muscoe's Dwelling Plantation by any ways or means whatsoever To
> Have and To Hold the said Parcell of land with all its appurtenances
> thereunto belonging unto
> The said James Garnett his heires & assignes wee the said John Billips and

> Dority my
> Wife shall be utterly excluded and barred forever by these presents. In
> Wittness
> Whereof we have set our hands and seals this Eleventh day of February in
> the
>
> Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & twenty eight nine
> Signed
> John Billip
> Dorothy Billips
> Wit:Joseph Sorrill
> Edward White
> Marck Morgan
> Recorded June 17, 1729
> Deed Abstracts of Essex County, VA 1728-1733, Sparacio
>
> Still leaves Mary Awbrey daughter of Richard Awbrey in the right place to
> had been John Meador wife _ Awbrey/Aubrey
>
> Janet Ariciu
> -------Original Message-------
>
> From: Janean Ray
> Date: 11/28/2009 1:22:21 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [MEADOWS] Awbrey - Meador
>
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