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Joan (Allen) Proctor (1629 - 1711)

Joan "Joane" Proctor formerly Allen aka Williamson, Burnett
Born in Surry County, Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1651 (to 1670) in Bacons Castle, Surry, Virginiamap
Wife of — married 1671 (to before 1679) in Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight, Virginiamap
Wife of — married 1691 (to 1711) in Isle of Wight County, Virginiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Isle of Wight, Virginiamap
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Biography

Birth date: 1629, Bacons Castle, Surrey, VA, USA [citation needed]

Marriage

Marriage to Robert Williamson
Date: 1654: Isle Wight, VA
Will proof date: June 9, 1670 [1]

No evidence found showing date of marriage to the other 2 men linked to her profile.

Marriage Date: 1671; Isle Wight Co, VA [citation needed]
Marriage Date: 1654, Isle Wight, VA [citation needed]
Death: GEDCOM import gives multiple years: 1710, 1711, 1720
Death place: Isle Wight, VA, USA

Dr. Robert Williamson Will

WILLIAMSON, Robert, Doctor in Physic: to be buried as near as maybe to ~ llate deceased father-in-law, Mr. Arthur Allen. Leg. wife Jone, son Robert (under eighteen) land at Blackwater; sons George Arthur and ffrancis. Friends Major Nicholas Hill and Capt. John Grove executors in trust. Son Robert Ex. D. Feb. 16, 1669. R. May 2, 1670.
Wit: John Hardy, William Sherwood.
Mr. Robert Burnett as marrying the relict of Robert Williamson gave
Bond for estate Nov. 2, 1672. Security, Mr. Driver and Mr. Arthur Allen. Page 85[2]
WILLIAMSON, Robert: Inventory of his estate presented by the relict
Jone Williamson, June 9, 1670. Page 87[3]
WILLIAMSON, Robert: Appraisal of his estate, taken November 25th, at the
house of Mr. Robert Burnett. Divided between the relict and four orphans,
by Robert Kae, Arthur Smith, Richard Sharpe, Robert fflake. R. December
9, 1672. Page 116[4]

John Hardy Will

HARDY, John: Leg. daughter Olive Driver, wife of Giles Driver; daughter
Lucy Councill, wife of Hodges Councill; daughter Debora Hardy; daughter
Olive Driver's two children; daughter Lucy Councill's three children;
~ wife's grandchild John Johnson; son-in-law Robert Burnett; William Mayo. Wife Alice Extx. D. October 7, 1675. R. Une 9, 1677.
Wit: Richard Rennalds, Will Jenkins. Page 146[5]

Robert Burnett Will

Robert BURNETT: Leg. daughter Ann, 100 A. in Lower Parish, adjoining
Pharoah Cobb, the said land being now in the possession of my Mother;
also the plantation that my brother William Mayo lives on. Wife Extx.
Overseers: ~ brothers, Mr. Arthur Allen and Mr. John Bromfield.
D. ----- R. July 17, 1679.
Wit: William Mayo, Roger Jones.[6]

Will of Son George Williamson

WILLIAMSON, George: Leg. son George; son Robert; grandson Jacob Darden;
to son John and son Robert my tract of land on the Blackwater; son
Thomas; daughter Hester, the plantation on which Mr. Rueben Proctor
lives, being land escheated by Col. Joseph Bridger and so made over
to my mother and my brother Robert Williamson by the said Col. Bridger;
daughter Mary; daughter Patience; daughter Elizabeth; daughter Juliana.
Son Robert, Ex. D. April 26, 1721. R. May 28, 1722.
Wit: Francis Williamson, William Vasser, Joseph Price. Page 118[7]
WILLIAMSON, George: Appraised by William Crocker, William Vasser, William
Moore, Edward Chitty. Signed by Robert Williamson.[8]

Sources

  1. Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965. Originally published in 1912. From: Robert Williamson. Inventory of the estate of Robert Williamson, presented by the relict Jone Williamson.
  2. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1647-1800, BLANCHE ADAMS CHAPMAN, Smithfield, Virginia, 1938, Page 9
  3. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1647-1800, BLANCHE ADAMS CHAPMAN, Smithfield, Virginia, 1938, Page 9
  4. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1647-1800, BLANCHE ADAMS CHAPMAN, Smithfield, Virginia, 1938, Page 12
  5. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1647-1800, BLANCHE ADAMS CHAPMAN, :Smithfield, Virginia, 1938 Page 15
  6. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1647-1800, BLANCHE ADAMS CHAPMAN, Smithfield, Virginia, 1938, Page 20
  7. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1647-1800, BLANCHE ADAMS CHAPMAN, Smithfield, Virginia, 1938, Page 88
  8. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1647-1800, BLANCHE ADAMS CHAPMAN, Smithfield, Virginia, 1938, Page 88


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Joan and Robert are my eighth great-grandparents. I notice this is in a category of Puritans, In America. Does that mean they are Puritans?
posted by Sharon Richardson
I am requesting that we retain the tree as Stella Pickett Hardy invented it. We should either do complete new research abandoning all of her work or document it as created so when researchers go looking for these persons who exist in tens of thousands of places, they get a match and usable information. We are currently creating a Mashup of corrected fiction.
posted by Anonymous (May) Mayo

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