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Alston
  Powellsv.

Askew
 John O
 George
 David 
 Zephaniah 
 Aaron

Baker 
 John
 Wm

Bishop 
 Powell
 Gordon

Bond
 Henry 
 Thomas 
 Richard

Boon-VA
 Tom-NH
 Allen -H
 
Wm NH
 Jacob NH

Brickell

BRITTON I
 Michael 
 Benjamin 
 Daniel 
 George
 John II
 Lemuel
 John TN
 StJohns

Brown
 Alex.
 Edward
 Francis
 Thomas

Calvert

Campbell 

Carter

Cherry 
 of Bertie
 of Norfolk
 of Texas 
 of Texas2

Cobb
 Robert  
 James
 John
 Nathan
 Edward
 Edward 
 Joseph

Crisp

Cross  
 Cyprian
 John

Earley

Eason

Eure

Evans -Wynns

Evans -White

Evans -Smith

Hare

Hardy

Harrell 
 Abner
 Samuel
 John
 Samuel
  other 
 Amos
 Thomas

Harris

Hayes

Hill
  Ben

Hofler 
 Hance
  John

Holloman

Manning

McCulloch

Mitchell 
  Cader
  WW
   JS
  Segar

Montgomery

Moore
  Allen
 Stephen 
 Richard
 James 
 Edward

Norfleet

Nowell

Perry 
 Wm - VA
 Phil - VA 
  John - N  
  Ben - P  
  Jacob- P  
  Phillip-P
  Sam - P 
   John-B
 Josiah-B
 Ben -SC
 John-SC
 Abraham

7 Brothers

Pipkin

Powell  
 Cader 
  
 Richard
 Lewis 
 Wm O

Pugh

Pruden

Scull

Sessoms 
 William
 John
 Culmer
 Nicholas2
 Thomas
 Nicholas

Sharp

Slaughter

Smith

Sparkman
 William
 James 
 John

Speight

Stone
  Ben
  Zed

Thomas
  of Gates
  of Bertie

VANN 
Pauline 
 T J   
Jesse W  
John 
Jesse 
Edward 
Edward
 
Van Pelt

Yeates

Weaver

Winborne

Wynns

 

Sally's   7-great grandparents (perhaps):

John? Perry bef 1654 -  ?  | his parents   
&  Elizabeth? Macland ca 1665 - bef 1705
| her parents
& wife ?Mary ?
of Nansemond Co VA


             This is my working hypothesis - the way I see it as of this moment!!


  Elizabeth? Macland would be the daughter of John Macland who died in 1705 in  Isle of Wight Co, VA. She apparently was deceased at the time.  I think Mr. Perry, the father of the children,  is also deceased. On page 473 of the Isle of Wight County, Virginia Deed Book 1, it gives the estate information of John Macland. It names his daughter Alice Bryant, Grandchildren Nicholas, John, and Elizabeth Perry, grandchildren Needham, William, John, Mary, and Alice Bryant, and wife Elizabeth Macland. will


Children of John? Perry and Elizabeth? Macland:
1.  Nicholas Perry    on 1703 tax list Nancemond Co
2. 
John Perry  ca 1690 - 1760 Bertie Co
      married 1st Elizabeth ?
      married 2nd Sarah Walton
3. Elizabeth Perry  
 .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .[highly speculative]
 4. Benjamin Perry  ca 1693 - ca 1767  
     married Elizabeth  ca 1697 -
?5. ? Perry
      married aft 1751 Elizabeth Walton [Trotman]
       [she had married 1st bef 1751 a Trotman]
 6. Philip Perry ca 1700 - 1751
      married ca 1722 Jean? (first wife)

      married ca 1734 Jean (Joan) Hunter ca 1718 - ca 1751
 7.  Jacob Perry died 1777 Perq
       a. Isreal Perry died 1779
       b. Jacob Perry died 1790
 8. Joseph Perry
      married Alce Hunter
       a. Jacob Perry
 9.  James Perry

Samuell Perry, 1: md Susannah. He was a son of John & Mary Perry. Q
Jacob Pery, 6: son of John Perry, md Hepsabeth Clare, dt of Timothy & Hannah Clare. Q
Joseph Reddick, Esq., 2: judge. He md Mary, dt of John & Mary Perry. He was a son of Lemuel of Nansemond, VA. Q

    Chowan Ct 19 Aug 1701 Joseph Peiry, himself, wife Ann, Elizabeth his second wife, Joseph, Susanna, Alice and Sarah Peiry, Obodiah Fair   NCHGR VOL 2 -300  

Bertie Co, NC Deed Book F pg 1 Francis McClendon & wife Elinor & Isaac Hill to Joseph Perry of Chowan Prect. 2 Jan 1738. 60 £ for 150 A. in Chinkapin Neck at the mouth of the Holley swamp at Bear Swamp. Wit: John Thomas, jurat, John Willis May Ct 1739 Bell’s abstract

?Joseph Perry  bef 1675 -
  married Ann    ca 1677 -
  married Elizabeth  ca 1679 -
   1. Joseph ca 1695 -
   2. Susanna ca 1697 -
   3. Alice   ca 1699 -
   4. Sarah   ca 1701 -


     There are at least TWO contemporary John Perry's.   Did one married Elizabeth Macland, the mother of John Perry of Bertie. [The other John at the same time was married to Elizabeth Young and was the younger son of Phillip. ]

Berkeley Records (Later Perquimans Co.) 
William Bundy ye son of ----- Bundy & Mary Pearree late wife of John Pearre  and daughter of Joseph Scott were married ye -- day of December 1683.

(again) William Bundy & Mary Pearre Rellicke of John Pearre were married ye 15th of Desember 1683.  NCHGR VOL 3 -201

 The above tells us that a Mary Scott, daughter of Joseph Scott, married first John Pearre [Perry] and then of the 15 Dec 1683 married William Bundy.

Musings from Zane:
From the Isle of Wight County, Virginia Administrations and Probates, Volume 
#1, comes the probate for one Benedict Lewis. It says "dying intestate, 
administration requested by his relict, Hannah. June 9, 1675. R: June 15, 
1675. Security: Richard Silvester, John Perry Sr., page 36."

The realization is that it calls John Perry "Senior" in 1675. This means they were differentiating between at least two John Perrys that needed to be differentiated. If Phillip and John were both under age 16 in 1667 when Phillip Perry wrote his Will in Isle of Wight County, then they were born no sooner than 1651, and perhaps later.

We know from other I of W documentation in this same Admins. & Probates book 
from page 34 that the following is written:

"John Young. Dying intestate, administration requested by John Perry, who 
married Elizabeth, ye daughter and heir of the decedent. August 10, 1674. 
Security: John Marshall, Francis Ayres." This would mean that in the same 
1674/1675 timeframe there was a John Perry who was married to Elizabeth 
Young, but not particularly the same man (although could be) as the John 
Perry who one year later in 1675 provided Security for one Benedict Lewis.

We also know from the Isle of Wight County Will and Deed Book 1 that the 
following is given: John Perry, U.P. of Nansemond, for 5,000 lbs. tbco. 
sells to Nathaniel Bacon 70 acres Lower Parish of I. of W. bought of John 
Young and Robert Butts who bought the same of Anthony Jones long since 
deceased. Elizabeth Perry relinquishes dower. May 26, 1675. Wm. Smyth, John 
(x) Ross." This clearly indicates that a John Perry (who lived in the Upper 
Parish of Nansemond County at the same time as the John Perry Sr. who 
provided a security for Benedict Lewis's Probate in Isle of Wight County in 
1675) had a wife named Elizabeth, and he sold land in Isle of Wight County 
in the lower parish. Phillip Perry resided in the Lower Parish on Brewers 
Creek. George Perry had also been granted land on Hog's Island in the 1600s, 
as was a Nicholas Perry on Upper Chippokes Creek in Surry County. Who else 
lived in this area? Lewis Perry.

Lewis Perry was granted land in Nansemond County in the mid 1600s. Perhaps 
he was the father of another John Perry? Perhaps he was a brother of Phillip 
Perry? It would seem possible. One William Perry, who signed some of my 
7Ggrandfather John Perry's documents in Bertie County in the 1740s, named 
one of his sons Lewis Perry. This William Perry in Bertie also had a Thomas 
Perry and a Judith Perry in his household. I have often wondered whether 
this William was a brother of the Joseph Perry also located nearby in early 
Bertie County. These men appear to have been the age of John Perry Jr. (say 
born prior to 1720), and could even be a brother to John Perry Jr's father, 
John Perry. If so, then it is interesting to note the use of the name Lewis 
Perry on down through successive generations. I think Lewis Perry should be 
a prime candidate to review in the future. It should be noted, too, that 
Thomas and Judith Perry were both listed in the Will of Francis West in 1715 
in Isle of Wight County, while both are listed as witnesses to at least one 
deed in Chowan County three years later in 1718. Also of interest in the 
inclusion of the following:

On page 473 of the Isle of Wight County, Virginia Deed Book 1, it gives the 
estate information of John Macland. It names his daughter Alice Bryant, 
Grandchildren Nicholas, John, and Elizabeth Perry, grandchildren Needham, 
William, John, Mary, and Alice Bryant, and wife Elizabeth Macland. This 
insinuates to me that the mother of Nicholas, John, and Elizabeth Perry is 
already dead. Perhaps my 7Ggrandfather is the John Perry listed in this 
Will? It is true that Needham Bryant is involved on at least one of this 
John Perry's deeds in Bertie County, so Needham could have certainly been a 
cousin. If this is true, then perhaps the McLendons living adjacent to John 
Perry in Bertie were originally Maclands? If so, then perhaps the Nicholas 
Perry who signed the 1740 deed in Bertie County with John Perry was this 
Nicholas Perry? Now, we know that in 1704 (only one year prior) only John 
Perry and Nicholas Perry are listed as land owners in Nansemond County, 
Virginia. Perhaps Nicholas was slightly older than John (and thus listed 
first in the list of the 3 grandchildren), and was old enough to own land in 
1704 while John was not yet old enough to own land? This would put John at 
somewhere around 1680 to 1685, if he didn't own land until he was around 19 
to 24 years old. I would think that if John owned land by age 21, then he 
was born after 1685 to not have been listed on the 1704 Quit Rent Roll for 
Nansemond. And, the largest landholding Perry in Nansemond in 1704, given 
Nicholas and John Perry as the two choices, was by far John Perry. Could it 
also be possible that John Perry, son of Phillip Perry, married first to 
Elizabeth Young between 1667 and 1674, and then married to Elizabeth 
Macland? Questions, questions, questions...

   Isle of Wight Will and Deed Book 1 John Perry. U. P. of Nansemond for 5000 lbs tobacco sells to Nathaniel Bacon 70 acres in Lower Par of Isle of Wight bought of John Young and Robert Butts who bought the same of Anthony Jones long since deceased. Eliz. Perry relinquishes ower. 26 May 1675. 
Wm Smyth, John (x) Ross. . Boddie’s abstract

    Some say that our ancestor is a descendant of the Phillip Perry who wrote his will 20 Nov 1667 in Isle of Wight Co, VA  and gives his age at 70 years or there about.  Mentions his wife Grace and sons Phillip and John, under age and that there were other sons: James, Jacob and Joseph.

Pat. 2 Apr 1682 John Perry was granted 320 acres of land in the Upper Parish of Nansemond for transportation of seven persons
 
U VA digital lib.

Chowan Co, NC Deed Book W #1 pg 22 (part of a deed) 
Thomas Speight of Nansemond in Va. to John Perry and James Griffin both of the county afsd. 31 Apr 1700 for 2000 pounds of tobacco gives, grants, and sells within Pattin and land Wit: Andrew Ross, Mary Ross Reg 30 Oct 1700 
M M Hofmann’s abstract

   In 1693 John Perry, son of Phillip Perry, dec. conveyed a tract of land to Col. Joseph Bridgers lying in Whitemarsh.

Quit Rents of VA 1704   compiled by Smith
 Nansemond Co:     Perry, John . . . 870 a.,  
                                 Perry, Nicho. . . . . 200 a.
Prince George Co:  Perry, Grace. . . . 100 a.,  
                                 Perry, Joseph . . . 275 a., 
                                 Perry, Micajah . . . 600 a.
Princess Anne Co:  Perry, Joseph . . . 35 a., 
                                 Perry, Thomas . . . 650 a.
Accomack Co:         Perry, John . . . 217 a.,  
                                 Perry, Thomas . . . 232 a.
Essex Co:                Perry, Samll . . . . 225 a. 

1715 Frances West of Nansemond Co speaks of Thomas and Judith Perry

Chowan Co, NC Deed Book B #1 pg 43 Chowan: Att a court held for the sd. Prect. the 21 8ber 1718 at the house of William Branch and continued to the 22nd of the same. - - -Last will and Testament of Thomas Brown is proved on the oath of Judith Perry. M M Hofmann’s abstract

Chowan County Conveyances 6 Jan 1728 Benjamin Perry to Thomas Lane 140 acres NE shore of Chowan River on Deep Run; 140 acres adj. Land of James Farlow. Test: Robert Hicks, Susanna Perry Hathaway 2-445

15 Jan 1728 John Perry is witness to the will of Richard Bond of Nansemond Co.

 


Notice for male NC Perry surname descendants:  Please consider having your DNA tested.  
Three samples from family subgroup 03 at Perry FTDNA website
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/perry/default.aspx?section=yresults can document their ancestry to John Perry b. 1680/90 of Nansemond Co, VA d. 1760 Bertie Co, NC.  A fourth sample from the same subgroup 03 can prove his ancestry to Currituck Co, NC.  He does not appear to be a descendant of John Perry d. 1760 in Bertie.  It is anticipated that the presently unknown common ancestor of these two lines lived in 17C Virginia.  DNA may help tie together the several NC lines out of VA, so please consider joining the Perry surname project.  Tests can be ordered at a discount through either the Perry FTDNA website above, or www.perry-dna.org.  Other companies (Ancestry, etc) also do DNA testing, and your result can be uploaded to the Perry surname project.

 


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