The English Descent of John Pleasants (1645-1698), of Henrico County, Virginia (Continued)

J. Hall Pleasants
1910 The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography  
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more » ... out Early Journal Content at http://about.jstor.org/participate--jstor/individuals/early-journal--content. JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary source objects. JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not--for--profit organization that also includes Ithaka S+R and Portico. For more information about JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org. 1X. JOHN7 ROBINSON (Christopkher), married three times: (r) Anne Read, (2) Frances Yates; (3) Miss Churchill. Issue (Ist m.): 40. Judith,8 died unmarried. Her will, dated December 8, i8o0, and proved February 4, I8o6, names her brothers Peter, William and Robert Robinson, and Judith, daughter of Robert; 41. Christopher,8 correctly given; 41a. Elizabeth8, married Matthew Whiting, Jr. Issue by 2d m.: 45. Mary,8 died unmarried; will, dated March io, I8o3, proved July 4, 1803, frees all her slaves and leaves the rest of her estate to Frances Yates Robinson, daughter of her brother John, and to the children of her sister Whiting; 43. Williain,8 born April II, 1749, married Elizabeth, daughter of Capiain Thomnas Lilly of the Virginia Revolutionary Navy, and liis wife Lucy, daughter of Carter Burwell. William" Robinson's will was dated in Middlesex in J807. (He had issue: 89. ILucy Lilly9 nmarried Benjamin Temple; go. Judith Williamtina F.,9 born March 9, 18o8, married John R. 'I'aylor.) Mrs. L,ucy (Lilly) Robinsoni miiarried secondly, Mr. Chowning, of "Locust Grove"; 42. Robert8,8 correctly giveni; 44. John,8 of " Green Brancih," Middlesex county; will dated Septemb)er i8, m8iS, and recorded in Middlesex. He married April x7, 1784, Deborah, daughlter of Rev. William Dunilop and Deborah his wife (Issue: 91. William D.9; 92. Benjamin F.9; 93. Christopher9; 94. Deborah E.9); 49. Catherine,8 correctly given. She married Thos. Wyatt on July 2, 1785. VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE.
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