Francis GOULDMAN: Birth: ABT 1685.
Note: N35022 !22 May 1698: Mentioned in brother Thomas Gouldman's will. !2 Jun 1698: Mentioned in mother's will. !1710: In 1670 Major William UNDERWOOD leased this mill with fifty acres of land to Mr. John FOXHALL for ninety-nine years, a part of the land which had been granted to Major UNDERWOOD [sic] in 1658... On August 20, 1682, John FOXHALL sold a half-interest in this lease to Malachai PEALE. On September 2, 1685, John FOXHALL "impowers my loving son in law John ELLIOTT * * * * My True and Lawfull Attorney" to acknowledge the deed. Witnessed by his [FOXHALL'S] daughter Mary VAUX [VAULX] and Sarah RAWLYE. In 1696, Malachai PEALE sold the lease back [sic] to "Mr. John FOXHALL of Pope's Creek in Westmoreland County--son of John FOXHALL late of the county aforesaid," thus giving him full title to the property. John2 FOXHALL, having died unmd., bequeathed the mill in his will, 1697, to his nephews James VALKS [VAULX] and John ELLIOT. Upon the death of James VAULX, his interest in the mill was vested in John ELLIOT. In 1710, John ELLIOTT, son of the above, conveyed to Collo. Francis GOULDMAN and Timothy ATKINSON, "a certain mill, commonly known by the name of Foxhall's mill." On March 15, 1715, GOULDMAN conveyed his interest to Richard TUTT. ATKINSON must have sold his interest to Paul MICOU, for on July 5, 1718, Paul MICOU conveyed his one-half interest to Richard TUTT. On July 10, 1721, Richard TUTT (husband of Mary UNDERWOOD) of Sittenbourne Parish, King George County, Planter, conveyed to John KING, Esqr. & Co., merchants in Bristol, settlers of the Iron Works in Sittenbourne Parish, his interest in the mill. On the same day, John UNDERWOOD, son and heir of William UNDERWOOD, dec'd., conveyed his interest also, to the same company." (VA Mag. of Hist. and Biog., Vol 39., p. 272). !20 Mar 1715/16: Deed of gift 20 Ma 1715/16. Francis Gouldman, Gent of Essex Co gives 500 ac of land to his neice ELIZABETH WARING. "out of the love and affection which I bear unto my Coz'n ELIZABETH WARING dau and only heir of my bro. Thomas gouldman decd. Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Fleet; Vol 9 Essex Co Wills & Deeds 1714-1717, p56. 20 Mar 1715 - Francis Gouldman, Gent. of Essex - gift of 500 acres of land to his niece Elizabeth Waring out of the love unto my cozen Elizabeth Waring, the daughter & only heir of my brother Thomas Gouldman dec'd. Land part in Essex & part in King & Queen being the land granted to my father Thomas Gouldman dec'd 1674, land now in the possession of Mrs. Mary Meriwether, widow. !21 Nov 1716: Will of Francis GOULDMAN of the Parish of St. Anne, County of Essex. To "loving kinsman" Francis GOULDMAN, 1200 acres bought of Augustine Smith BOUGHAN and others on Occupation Creek and Mattapony, he failing in heirs to "my loving kinsman" Thomas GOULDMAN, he failing in heirs to "my loving kinswoman Elizabeth WARING wife to Thomas WARING." Land and water mill in Essex to Thomas GOULDMAN. To kinswoman Elizabeth WARING, 1,100 acres lying and being in common between the heirs of Francis MERIWETHER late deceased and myself situate in King and Queen County on the branches of Mattapony and x x. To my kinsman Thomas GOULDMAN 500 acres Hoskinses Swamp, south side Essex, 200 from testator's father, 200 purch. by testator from Francis AWBERRY, and 200 escheated from Katherine LONG. To kinsman Francis GOULDMAN, land "whereon I now dwell," purchased of BIRD, daughter of Henry WHITE. Kinsman Thomas GOULDMAN to be allowed to select home tract rather than mill when he is 21. Kinsman Francis to change, as his brother, Francis [sic], if he should choose. Wife to have home tract while she lives. Stocke, household goods, etc. on plant. to wife. Interest in water mill held jointly with Paul MICOU, Gent., to be sold at Richmond Court. Refs. to Francis GOULDMAN as under age. Monies and tobo. due from Capt. PICKARIN, John BILLUPS, Robert ELLIOT, Col. Richard COVINGTON, and Thomas WINSLOW. "Debts due from my late brother Edward GOULDMAN'S estate being the children's part... that Thomas WARING aforesaid take my desk and papers as soon as I shall depart this life. Negro Jack, a carpenter, shall be freed from slavery. Half of negroes to wife, the other half to Francis and Thomas GOULDMAN. That sd. Thomas WARING shall make acctg of monies paid in admin of sd. late brother's estate since last settlement with Mr. William WINSTON. Thomas WARING to half of tobacco for trouble concerning will. If Thomas WARING to die before sd. two kinsman reach majority, then my sister Martha WINSTON to take care of their estates. My silver hilted sword and belt to Thos. HENMAN. Exors: "beloved wife Mary," and Mr. Thomas WARING. s/ Francis GOULDMAN. Wits: Arth: BOWERS, Paschall GREENHILL, Ro. BROOKE, Jr., Wm. MOSS, Tho. HENMAN. Codicil 7 Jul 1716. To Thos. WARING all apple trees growing in my nursery... except 200 to my wife. Entry. on p. 684 refers to him as Collo. Francis GOULDMAN. Bond by Mary GOULDMAN. T. WARING, John BAGGE, and Richard COVINGTON. 9 Jan 1715/16 Essex Co, Virginia Deeds, Wills, etc. Book 14, p. 680. Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. II, Beverly Fleet, reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1988, p. 242. !21 Nov. 1716: L 1000. Sterling. Mary Gouldman and Thomas Waring as Extrx. and Exor. of will of ffrancis Gouldman, deceased. Signed Mary x Gouldman Th. Wareing John Bagge Richd Covington. Fleet, Beverley, Essex County wills and deeds, 1714-1717, Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 127 pgs.
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