Hancock (2) Lee, son of Hancock (1) and Sarah (Allerton) Lee, was born in 1709, and died near Warrenton, in Fauquier county, sometime prior to August, 1789. He lived during the later years of his life at Warrenton, in Fauquier county, but when he settled there is not known. In 1729 a Hancock Lee patented three hundred and ninety-three acres in King William county, and sold four hundred in 1751 for one hundred and fifteen pounds sterling. One of the name was justice for King George county, in 1745.
He married in 1733, Mary, daughter of Colonel Henry Willis, of Fredericksburg. Children:
Mary passed away on 14 Mar. 1798 in Montpelier Station, Orange County, Virginia, USA. She is buried at Montpelier Estate National Historic Site, Montpelier Station, Orange County, Virginia, USA.
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On 2 Oct 2018 at 22:58 GMT Michelle (Bairfield) Brooks wrote:
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Ref: Mayflower Families Isaac Allerton silver book Vol. 17 p. 191
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