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Charles Clay

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Dr Charles Clay
Born in Charles City, Virginia Colony, British Americamap
Husband of — married in Henrico,, Virginia Colonymap
Husband of — married in VAmap
Died in Henrico, Virginia Colony, British Americamap
Last profile change on 13 July 2015
14:51: Tom Green edited the Biography for Charles Clay. (bio after merge) [Thank Tom for this]
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Categories: Rebels - Bacon's Rebellion.

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Biography

Dr. Charles Clay of Capt John Thomas Clay and Ann born abt 1638 at Charles City, Virginia Colony, married Hannah Wilson abt 1667 at Henrico, Co., Virginia Colony and died abt 1686 at Henrico, Co., Virginia Colony [1] [2] He married HANNAH WILSON 6 1667 in Henrico County, Virginia,
daughter of JOHN WILSON, SR ,she was born 1642 in Henrico County, Virginia,
and died 1706 in Henrico County, Virginia.[3] [4]

Sources

  1. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000. Ancestry.com [1]
  2. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=limbsandtwigs&id=P464435951
  3. Clay Family Scroll Transcription http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sassytazzy/index.html
  4. Find A Grave Memorial# 59355840 Created by: David Reese, unsourced http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=59355840

Notes

Will: October 01, 1687, Recorded in Henrico County, Virginia
Children of CHARLES CLAY and HANNAH WILSON are:
i.MARY CLAY, b. 1664, Henrico County, Virginia.
ii. ELIZABETH CLAY, b. 1666, Henrico County, Virginia.
iii. JOHN CLAY, b. 1668, Henrico County, Virginia; d. 1723, Prince
George County, Virginia.
Joined in Bacon's Rebellion. Charles Clay was an officer under Nathaniel Bacon in his rebellion
against Sir William Berkeley, Royal Governor of Virginia in 1676.
He was a man of great wealth and scholarly tastes and possessed the
finest library in the colony.
Occupation was as a Chyrurgion (Surgeon) .
Birth may have been 1645 -"In a deposition dated 2 Sep 1682, Henrico, VA, he stated he was "about 37 years old".


See also


iv. COL. THOMAS CLAY 8, b. 1670, Henrico County, Virginia; d. 1726,
Prince George County, Virginia; m. MARY HANNAH MUNNS 8, Aft. 1690.
Notes for COL. THOMAS CLAY:
Will probated November 8, 1726
More About THOMAS CLAY and MARY MUNNS:
Marriage: Aft. 1690
v. HENRY CLAY I <ClayHenry1.htm> 9,10,11,12,13, b. August 03, 1672,
Henrico County, Virginia; d. August 03, 1760, "The Raells, Bailey,
Chesterfield County, Virginia 14; m. MARY MITCHELL, 1708,
Chesterfield County, Virginia 15; b. July 1693, Swift Creek,
Chesterfield County, Virginia; d. August 07, 1777, Chesterfield County, Virginia.
vi. CHARLES CLAY, JR., b. 1675, Henrico County, Virginia; d. 1764,
Chesterfield County, Virginia; m. SARAH MITCHELL?, 1710,
Chesterfield County, Virginia.
Notes
Charles Clay (1675-1764) deeded his land in Amelia County, Virginia in
1752 to his children as follows:
Thomas 150 acres, Charles and William 52 acres each, Judith 50 acres.
Henry a minister died in 1751, his daughter Mary received his part. James
inherited the home place at his mother Sarah's death. Dr. Grady Clay of
Atlanta has the original deed from King George to Charles Clay for 304 acres dated 1737.
Marriage: 1710, Chesterfield County, Virginia
vii. JUDITH CLAY, b. Bet. 1676 - 1677, Henrico County, Virginia.'

This person was created through the import of LaBach Family Tree April 28_2011.ged on 05 May 2011.

Clay-1613 was created by Paul Bailey through the import of Bailey Family Tree.ged on Dec 14, 2014.



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Collaboration

On July 4, 2015 at 16:35GMT William Foster wrote:

Clay-1828 and Clay-11 appear to represent the same person because: Same name of father, both Doctors, same locations of birth/death.

On February 1, 2014 at 12:32GMT Anonymous Anonymous wrote:

My link to the FS tree was messed up by the bulletin board, so I removed it. I'll add it to the sources in a minute.

On February 1, 2014 at 11:29GMT Anonymous Anonymous wrote:

Hi Betty,

As far as I can see, the links were never right, so you did NOT mess up.

cheers,

Enno

On February 1, 2014 at 08:50GMT Betty Tindle wrote:

Ok, I screwed up. I messed up the links within the profile.  :/ Been a while since I did any html. Afraid to try and fix as I cannot ascertain exactly where the links are. (I did not remove the link location, just the way to make it so you can get there) Such as the jessecorn.html, I did not change that, but do not know where it is as that is all there is on the link. I PROMISE I didn't mess that part up.  :( Send me nasty notes, I deserve them. :(

On January 31, 2014 at 17:49GMT Betty Tindle wrote:

Good morning! This profile has been identified by an Arborist as a possible duplicate with Clay-11. Please review the merge option on the bottom left hand corner of the profile and merge if they represent the same person. Thank you! Have a great day!



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