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  • ID: I6149
  • Name: William Griffin II
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1665
  • Death: 1725 in Sittingbourne, Richmond, Virginia, USA
  • Note:
    Established as son of William Griffin I by will of father. See notes on William Griffin I.

    William Griffin II owned land on the other side of Rappa River from his father on 10 May 1692. By 22 Oct 1712, William is operating a mill referred to as Foxhall Mill. He is later fined 15 shillings for "not keeping lawful measures" (cheating) at his mill.

    Deed Book No 1 10 May 1692 to Dec 20 1693
    p. 5 Deed April 4 1692 William Griffin of Rappe Co., planter, to Alex Doniphan of the same co " a certain parcel of land lying in the freshes of Rappe River on the river side to the north side of the river, acreage not shown. Signed Wm Griffin (seal) Wit nabu: Jones, James Orchard, Rec 10 May 1692.

    22 Oct 1712 - 12 Mar 1712/1713 Essex Co, VA Wills and Deeds, Records, 1703-1706, p 109. William GRIFFIN, Gent, of the Town of Salem in the County of Salem to my "trusty and welbeloved friend Colo Richard COVINGTON Gent of the County of Essex" to receive from Timothy ATKINSON, late of the Town of Salem in the County of Salem, now living in the County of Essex within the Colony of Virg'a, L 125.11.07, also authority to sell half interest in a water mill called ffoxhill's [foxhall] mill conveyed to GRIFFIN by ATKINSON by deed dated 21 Oct 1712. s/William GRIFFIN. Wit: Salvatore MUSCOE, Wm. COVINGTON, Jr. Rec. 12 Mar 1712/1713.

    (Extracted from Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol II, Beverly Fleet, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 1988, p. 118)

    Foxhall's Mill was earlier Underwood Mill and was in Richmond County, Virginia. Note also that Timothy ATKINSON and William GRIFFIN were from Salem County, New Jersey (and Timothy later in Somerset County, MD).

    Richmond County Records 1704-1724
    p. 19 William Griffin of Sittenbourne Parish having been presented by the Grand Jury for not keeping lawful measures in his mill, this day appeared in court to answer the said presentment but offering nothing material in barr therof, it is therefore ordered that he be fined fifteen shillings to our Sovereign Lord and King.

    Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia 1656-1692 By William Montgomery Sweeny
    25 November 1681
    1 March 1681
    His land to his son William Griffin. To daughter Anne a cow named Rose with all her increase. To daughter Elizabeth one cow named Browning with all her increase. To daughter Joyce one cow named Blackface with all her increase. To son William one cow named Madam. To each child a horse or mare or either of them that shall the the produce of Two mares one called Bess the other two year old. To wife my horse with all her stock that belongs to my plantation. To son William a copper kettle and two guns when he is of age. To Mr. William Moss and Mr. Wm Seargent each one a pair of gloves each and he appoints them overseers of his will. Wit. Wm Lathoope, Thomas X James, aged 36 or thereabouts
    Page 170

    p. 17 Power of Atty 2 Aug 1692. Rebecca Griffin wife of Wm Griffin, planter, to Tho Parke of Essex Co to back sale of land to Edward Price of Richmond Co. “Tayler.”


    RICHMOND COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 1692-1693
    4 Apr 1692. Deed. WILLIAM GRIFFIN of Rappa Co planter for a valuable consideration sold unto ALEXR DONIPHAN of Rappa Co ... a parcel of land in the parish of Rappa River n side of the river ... will cause my wife to ackn the sale ... . Wit: NEHE JONES, JAMES ORCHARD. Ackn 5 May 1692. (Bk 1:pg 5)
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    Sittingbourne Parish (Old Rappa., 1661-1692; Essex, 1692-1704; Richmond, 1692-1732) a.k.a. Sittenburne Parish, was formed from Farnham Parish in 1661, with each lying on both sides of the Rappa. River, with Sittingbourne being the western (a.k.a. "frontier") parish. In 1677, Sittingbourne was divided and St. Mary's Parish was formed (See Next), with both still on both sides of the Rappa. River, but with St. Mary's now being the westernmost parish. In 1704, Sittingbourne was again divided with the north side of the river retaining the name Sittingbourne, but the south side becoming St. Anne's Parish. Sittingbourne was abolished in 1732 when that part of the parish in Richmond and King George counties was divided between Hanover Parish in King George and the new parish of Lunenburg in Richmond County.

    p. 16 September 1691 William Griffin of Sittenburne Parish in Rappe County and “Rebecca my wife” to Edward Price of same county for 2950 lb tobacco, 112 acreas in Rappa Co “it being part of a divident or parcel of land formerly bought by Mr. John and Mr. George Motts by William Griffin Esqr.” This land on the N. side of the river. Signed William Griffin, Rebecca X Griffin. Wit. Tho Parke, Charles-illegible, George X Proctor, Rec 22 Aug 1692











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    William Griffin II Compact Disc #122 Pin #10576 Pedigree
    Sex: M

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    Event(s)
    Birth: 1665

    Wales
    Death: 1725

    Sittingbourne, Richmond, Virginia
    Burial:

    Sittingbourne, Richmond, Virginia

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    Parents
    Father: William Griffin I Disc #122 Pin #10574
    Mother: Jane (Griffin) Disc #122 Pin #10575

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    Notes and Sources
    Notes: Available on CD-ROM Disc# 122
    Sources: None

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    Father: William Griffin I b: 19 OCT 1628
    Mother: Jane b: 1649 in Steeple, Wiltshire, , England

    Marriage 1 Rebecca
      Children
      1. Has No Children Joyce Griffin
      2. Has No Children Elizabeth Griffin
      3. Has No Children Ann Griffin
      4. Has Children John Griffin b: 1684 in Rappahannock Co VA
      5. Has Children William Griffin III b: 1685 in Richmond VA
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