While cleaning up the profile of Cockacoeske I came across three versions of Thomas, the son of John West and his wife Unity Crowshaw. They are West-437, West-11055, and West-12706. There are some discrepancies among the profiles which may be holding up a merge..
The following is from Dorman's "Adventurers of Purse and Person" the definitive reference on those who came to Jamestown 1607-1624 and their first generations of descendants. This is the entry for Thomas, son of John and Unity West (Vol. 3, p. 491)
"Thomas West, (John 2, John 1) born about 1670, served as captain of militia of King William County aand member of the House of Burgesses from that county (1703-05, 170506, owned 1000 acres there, 1704, and rec'd a patent for 1615 acres in St. John's Parish, King William, 23 Dec.1714. He married, by 4 Feb. 1694/5 Agnes ___, administratirix with the will annexed of Hubert Taylor, who gave power of attorney, 20 Aug 1703, to Wiliam Aylett to relinquish her dower in a deed to John Russell, planter.
Issue: Nathaniel, no issue, Thomas, Francis, and Agnes, left will, now lost, dated 2 July 1727.
Dornan lists all the documents to support the above statements.