Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [6958.ged] Esq., Justice of Gloucester Co, VA, and High Sheriff in 1660. On November 20, 1678, Anthony Savage, of the upper precinct of Sittinburne parish, conveyed to Francis Thornton and Alice Savage Thornton, his wife, 300 acres to be divided from the tract he then lived on of 1,000 acres, called Mongoheocala with division to granddaughter, Margaret Thornton, who afterward married Wm. Strother, Jr., son of the first William and his wife Dorothy. In 1727, William Strother, Jr., and his wife, Margaret Thornton, conveyed this land to their son, William Strother, of "Stafford," (who married Margaret Watts) (Register, KY Hist Soc, May 1911). 1695 WILL: Richmond Co, VA, Order Book #2, p. 55, 5 Jun. Presented for probate by his son-in-law, Francis Thornton, exec; will missing.
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