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From Descendents of John Woodson pamphlet "Charles Fleming of St. Peter's Parish, New kent, (whom Mr. Brown, in "The Cabells and their Kin," Colonel Charles Fleming) patented land in that county in 1688, and in King and Queen Count in 1701. He also possessed considerable landed estates in the present county of Goochland (then Henrico). Accounts of surveys by Rich'd Ligon, surveyor of Henrico, include, on November 15, 1706 one of 1430 acres for Chas. Fleming; on August 11, 1709, one of 1429 acres, and in November 1709, another of 670 acres.
There is on record in Henrico, a deed, dated October 1717, from Charles Fleming of New Kent, 500 acres in Henrico, adjoining Fleming's Plantation.
Charles Fleming was a Headright of Emperor, Gale and Morgan Feb 18,1653.
In December 1720 there was a suit in Henrico by John Fleming, executor of Chas. Fleming. The latter died between 1717 and 1720, and by his marriage with Susanna ----, had issue:
1. John Fleming, born November 1697; died November 6, 1756, married January 20, 1727, Mary Bolling
2. Tarleton Fleming
3. Judith Fleming married (first) October 16, 1712 (St. Peter's Register) Thomas Randolph of "Tuckahoe", and (second) in 1733, Nicholas Davies of Goochland. Their marriage contract, in which John and Tarleton Fleming, gentlemen, were trustees, was dated December 24, 1733 and recorded in Goochland.
4. Susannah Fleming married (first) John "Quaker" Bates of York County, and was ancestress of Edward Bates, Attorney General of the United States; Frederick Bates, Governor of Missori; James Bates of Arkansas, M. C.; and Thomas Fleming Bates, member of the Virginia Conventon of 1829 and (second) John Woods (Wm. & Mary Quartery VI, 123 and "Cabells and their Kin"). There is on record in Goochland a deed dated April 17, 1736 from Tarlton Woodson of Henrico, to Col. John Fleming of Goochland, conveying 1290 acres in Goochland (part of "what's known as the Lickinghold survey" --500 acres of said land had been given by the will of Charles Fleming to his grandsons Charles Jordan and George Bates. And also a deed in Goochland, dated April 1736, from John Fleming to his "cousins" (nephews) Charles Jordan, George Bates, Samuel Jordan and Matthew Jordan, conveying 500 acres in Goochland, which he had bought from Tarlton Woodson.
5. Unnamed daughter Fleming married Unknown Jordan, and was mother of Colonel Samuel Jordan of "Seven Islands", Buckingham County, member of the House of Burgesses for that county ("Cabells and Their Kin" and deed cited above. (It is believed this is the "Elizabeth Fleming" shown below as "8."
6. Unnamed daughter Fleming (probably) married Unknown Hughes. There is on record in Goochland, a deed dated May 20, 1729, from John Fleming of Goochland, to Stephen Hughes of the same county; conveying 732 acres in Goochland, the upper end of a tract of land called Fleming's Park, being the land directed in the will of Charles Fleming, to be conveyed by his heirs or executors to the said Hughes. Possibly, however, this was only a sale in which Charles Fleming had not had time to make a deed.
7. Unnamed daughter Fleming (probably) married Bowler Cocke of Henrico County. In 1725, Tarleton Fleming and Bowler Cocke, "devisees of Charles Fleming' received a regrant of 1430 acres, formerly patented by Charles Fleming.
8. Elizabeth Fleming "daughter of Charles and Susanna Fleming, born October 23 (or 28) 168-- (St. Peter's Register). She may have been one of those, noted above, whose Christian names are unknown
(Genealogies of Virginia Families - From The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography). post em by Karen Cotter email@example.com 2002-08-05 on Database: jkes-gedcom Ancestry.com. Source: Dava Osborn Jones; EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1/98 Descendant of Gabriel Jackson Penn>Martin Wilson Penn, Danville, KY. Ky.com/BoyleCounty/historic.htm ____________________________________
There is a story that when the troops of Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton entered Charles Fleming's home and found the Tarleton arms engraved, he was so furious he cut the stair fail with his sword. He had ordered a wholesale destruction of property, and realized this would include members of his family. The exact relationship between his family and Stephen Tarleton is not known. -------------------- up-dated 3 aug 2008 VCU Cabell JRTM
Col. John and Susanna Fleming had issue:
↑ Fleming Family Traditions Tested ↑ Source: #S-2061614167 Page: Birth year: 1659; Birth city: of Charles Parish; Birth state: VA. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=872772&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Data: Text: Birth date: 10 December 1659 Birth place: of Charles Parish, York Co, VA Death date: October 1717 Death place: St Peter S Parish, New Kent, VA Marriage date: 1679 Marriage place: New Kent APID: 1,4725::872772 ↑ Source: #S200 341-343 ↑ Source: #S9 pp. 476-478 ↑ Source: #S-2061614167 Page: Birth year: 1659; Birth city: of Charles Parish; Birth state: VA. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=872772&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Data: Text: Birth date: 10 December 1659 Birth place: of Charles Parish, York Co, VA Death date: October 1717 Death place: St Peter S Parish, New Kent, VA Marriage date: 1679 Marriage place: New Kent APID: 1,4725::872772 ↑ Source: #S200 341-343 ↑ Source: #S9 pp. 476-478 ↑ Source: #S9 pp. 476-478 ↑ Source: #S205 v. 2, p. 324 (7/658) ↑ (See genealogies of Lewis and Byrd families)
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On 28 Feb 2013 at 16:48 GMT Mary Elizabeth Stewart wrote:
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