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Captain Thomas Willoughby (1601-1657) of England, Barbados and Lower Norfolk County, Virginia [and] some of his descendants, 1601-1800

Willoughby, 1483-1800s, in England, Barbados & lower tidewater Virginia
compiled by Alice Granberry Walter
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Virginia Beach, Virginia : A.G. Walter, [1988?]
[4], 109 leaves, [9] folded leaves of plates : ill., geneal. tables

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Cover title: Willoughby, 1483-1800's, in England, Barbados and Lower Tidewater, Virginia.

Revision, with more English background, of 1978 publication and its second printing in 1983.

Thomas Willoughby (1601-1657) immigrated in 1610 from England to what became Elizabeth City County, Virginia, moving about 1635 to Lower Norfolk County, Virginia. His son, Thomas Willoughby II (1632-1672), served as agent in Barbados for Thomas Modyford in the 1650s, and while there became administrator of the estate of Thomas Middleton (his father's nephew), who was a ship captain with holdings in Barbados. Thomas II probably maintained his resident in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, while making extensive visits to Barbados. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina and elsewhere. Includes ancestors (some in the nobility) to 1167 A.D. and earlier.

"The contents of this book are the result of a study of the Willoughby family in Lower Norfolk County in order to resolve the relationship between Captain Thomas Willoughby's family and John Herbert's family" --T.p. John Herbert (d.1669/1675) was alias John Wilkinson until 1664, and he married Mary Bennett, a maid servant of the Willoughbys.

Includes Willoughby, Allerton, Bek, (Bec, Beke), Bennett, Herbert (aka Wilkinson), Middleton (Myddleton), Thorowgood and related families.

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