Edward Eanes II
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Edward Eanes II (1700 - 1757)

Edward Eanes II
Born in Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 1732 in Henrico later named Chesterfield County, Virginiamap
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Died in Chesterfield, Virginiamap
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Biography

:1695: Born, probably in England.

:1714: Arrived in Virginia as indentured servant. In the year 1714, 608 acres of land in Henrico County was included in a grant to CHARLES HUDSON and JOHN BRADLEY then operating an organization known as "The Young Men's Adventure". The land was located on the North side of the James River on "Bever Pond" branch, the south branch of Tuckahoe Creek. The land was patented or granted on 16 June 1714. Hudson and Bradley imported 13 persons; indentured servants, to work the land and pay off their indenture over a period of years in return for payment of their passage to Virginia. The thirteen persons imported included five women: Susannah Hawkins, Rebecca Corne, Elizabeth Swan, Susanna Fludd and Eleanore Locksum and eight men; Robert Davis, John Tann, Matthew Gibbs, Thomas French, Christopher Hudson, EDWARD EANES, Richard Rite and George Scott.

1732: Married Mary Vaden in Henrico County
1736: "Edward 'Enes' appears in the Account Book of Sheriff John Nash. Eanes was responsible for three levys and 500 acres. The tax was paid by a "Col Kennon". A review of the account book indicates "Col Kennon" paid for several of individuals suggesting an indentured servant relationship. The "three levys" are speculated as Edward, his wife Mary Vaden and perhaps their child, William.
1757: Died in Chesterfield County between 4 April and 3 June 1757. Estimated age at death is 62 years of age.
1762: Mary "Eans" and "Bob" appear in the Chesterfield County list of Tithables for 1762


Edward Eanes (d.1757) lived in Henrico (later Chesterfield) County, Virginia.


NameEdward EanesProbate Date4 Apr 1757Probate PlaceChesterfield, Virginia, USAInferred Death YearAbt 1757Inferred Death PlaceVirginia, USAItem DescriptionWill Books, Vol 1-2 1749-1774Household Members NameAge Name Edward Eanes

Arrived in Virginia in 1714 as an indentured servant (headwright for 608 acre land patent in Henrico County, VA to Charles Hudson & John Bradley).
Edward Eanes II was a US Southern Colonist.

Father Edward Eanes, b. Abt 1650, d. date unknown Mother Faustene Venetta Crumley, b. Abt 1650 Married Bef 1700 Family ID F932 Group Sheet

Family Mary Vaden, b. Est 1698, Henrico Co., Virginia

Children

  • 1. William Eanes, b. Bef 1723, Henrico Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location, d. Bef 1783, Chesterfield Co., (Age ~ 60 years)
  • 2. Henry Eanes, Sr., b. Bef 1723, Henrico Co., Virginia d. Between 1771 and 1783 (Age ~ 48 years)
  • 3. Phoebe/Phebe Eanes, b. Bef 1723, d. date unknown
  • 4. Mary Eanes, b. Bef 1723, d. date unknown
  • 5. (Mother of Ann Blankenship) Eanes, b. Bef 1723, d. date unknown
  • 6. Edward Eanes, b. 5 Jan 1723, d. Yes, date unknown
  • 7. JOHN Eanes, b. 2 Jul 1725, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VIRGINIA d. date unknown
  • 8. ELIZABETH Eanes, b. 6 May 1727, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VIRGINIA d. date unknown
  • 9. THOMAS Eanes, b. 7 Feb 1728, d. date unknown
  • 10. JOSIAH Eanes, b. 13 Jun 1733, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VIRGINIA

In the year 1714, 608 acres of land in Henrico County was included in a grant to CHARLES HUDSON and JOHN BRADLEY then operating an organization known as "The Young Men's Adventure".

The land was located on the North side of the James River on "Bever Pond" branch, the south branch of Tuckahoe Creek. The land was patented or granted on 16 June 1714.

Hudson and Bradley imported 13 persons; indentured servants, to work the land and pay off their indenture over a period of years in return for payment of their passage to Virginia. The thirteen persons imported included five women: Susannah Hawkins, Rebecca Corne, Elizabeth Swan, Susanna Fludd and Eleanore Locksum and eight men; Robert Davis, John Tann, Matthew Gibbs, Thomas French, Christopher Hudson, EDWARD EANES, Richard Rite and George Scott.


Sources

  • https://eanesfamily.wordpress.com/eanes-family-history/ Sephardic Jewish family from Portugal
  • Chesterfield County list of Tithables for 1762
  • Edward Eanes appears in Chesterfield Order Book #3, 1759-1767, Library of Virginia Reel #39 in a 1760 census of Chesterfield (33:69)
  • Immigrant Edward Eanes
  • EDWARD'S WILL IS IN WILL BOOK 1, PAGE 242 CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA.
  • England Births and Christenings - Name Edward Heanes Gender Male Christening Date 17 Feb 1673 Christening Place SAINT GEORGE, STAMFORD, LINCOLN, ENGLAND Father's Name William Heanes Mother's Name Alice Citing this Record - "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch
  • (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N26P-19R : 30 December 2014), Edward Heanes, 17 Feb 1673; citing SAINT GEORGE, STAMFORD, LINCOLN, ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 1450474 IT 1.
  • http://reynoldspatova.org/getperson.php?personID=I911557&tree=reynolds1
  • 1732: Married Mary Vaden in Henrico County. "The History of Edward Eanes of Henrico and Chesterfield Counties in Virginia", written by the late Colonel Richard Henry Eanes (b. 1889-), USA, Ret. (7-80)
  • NUGENT, NELL MARION, abstractor. "Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants". Vol. 3: 1695-1732. Richmond [VA ]: Virginia State Library, 1979. 578p. The work is a collection of transcribed abstracts of Virgina Land Patents and Grants. See page 142 for key information on Eanes.
  • i. Source is Ancestry.Com data base citing Edward West data base Family Data Collection-Marriages, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc. 2001.
  • 2001 About Family Data Collection - Marriages The Family Data Collection - Marriages database was created while gathering genealogical data for use in the study of human genetics and disease.
  • 1736: "Edward 'Enes' appears in the Account Book of Sheriff John Nash. Eanes was responsible for three levys and 500 acres. The tax was paid by a "Col Kennon". "Col Kennon" paid for several of individuals suggesting an indentured servant relationship. The "three levys" are speculated as Edward, his wife Mary Vaden and perhaps their child, William.
  • 1757: Died in Chesterfield County between 4 April and 3 June 1757. Estimated age at death is 62 years of age.
  • 1762: Mary "Eans" and "Bob" appear in the Chesterfield County list of Tithables for 1762.
  • Source is Sheriff John Nash Account Book, page 36, 38 and 39. A transcript is available in the Chesterfield County Historical Society.
  • A William Eanes was wanted for a reward in North Carolina in 1748. It is not known if this is the same individual. Source: North Carolina Genealogical Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, August 1977.
  • William Eanes appears in the 1760 Chesterfield County Census, Chesterfield Order Book #3, 1759-1767, Library of Virginia Reel 39 (33:78)
  • Henry Eanes Senior and Junior appear in the 1762 list of Chesterfield County Tithables. A transcript of Tithables is available in the Chesterfield County Historical Society Library entitled "Virginia Colonial Abstracts", Vol. 21, "Henrico County, Southside, 1786".
  • Edward Eanes appears in Chesterfield Order Book #3, 1759-1767, Library of Virginia Reel #39 in a 1760 census of Chesterfield (33:69)
  • https://eanesfamily.wordpress.com/eanes-family-history/comment-page-1/#comment-261
  • Ancestry.com; Roelofs Family Tree notes Faustene Vanetta birth year/location, death location; husband (Edward Eanes, Sr. 1670-1761; father (James Crumley), two children (Mary Eanes 1698-1748; Edward Eanes 1700-1757).
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Eanes-84 and Eanes-89 appear to represent the same person because: Clear Duplicate please merge thank you
posted by Andrea (Stawski) Pack
Eanes-104 and Eanes-84 appear to represent the same person because: Clear Duplicate please merge
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