Rebecca Bagwell b: 1637, m: Rbt. Andrews; m: Stephen Fisher
John Bagwell b: 1639; Will of 1686; m: Ann [Unknown]
Thomas Bagwell b: 1642; Will of 1690; m: Ann Stockley, daughter of Francis Stockley
William Bagwell b: ca. 1646; d: in infancy
John and Thomas Bagwell, removed to Accomac County, Virginia, where they left wills in 1686 and 1690, respectively.
Alice owned property in colonial Virginia. This is proved by Alice's Court request on 28 Nov 1636 for 200 acres in Northampton County, due her for transporting herself, her son: Thomas Stratton, and two servants: John Waltum and John Crowder, at her own expense. Afterwards, Alice assigned 100 acres to her son, Thomas Stratton, and 100 acres to her daughter, Mary Chilcott.
Alice's 3rd husband: Henry Bagwell had a 13 August 1639 grant of 400 acres located on Old Plantation Creek at Johnny Boyes branch, near the property of William Berryman. By 28 April 1663, this property belonged to his son, John Bagwell, when he gifted 100 acres to his brother, Thomas.
Alice (Hawkins) Stratton, Chilcott, Bagwell died at the Bagwell plantation at Matomkin, Northampton (Eastern Shore), Virginia, in 1646 or 1647, following the birth of her last son, William, who also passed away. Her 3rd husband, Henry Bagwell, survived her passing. He died at Matomkin, Northampton, Virginia, on April 28, 1663.
↑The Family Tree on RootsWeb - Ann Hawkins . This source states that Ann (Willmore) Hawkins & husband William Hawkins emigrated to Virginia with Ann & her Stratton children. He died there in April 1646 and she died on November 11, 1646. Their daughter died shortly thereafter.
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