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MARRIAGE OF ANN LYDDALL TO EDMUND BACON
on 19th May, 1682, established by contract
May 12, 1682, New Kent County, Virginia
Legal document in form of a marriage agreement or contract reciting that a marriage has been solemnized between Mr. Edmd Bacon and Ann Lyddall, daughter of George Lyddall, and in consideration thereof George Lyddall makes over to the said Bacon 1700 acres of land on Black Creek, in the narrowes of York River.
Signed: George Lyddall
Acknowledged in New Kent County Court by Lt. Col. George Lyddall unto his son, Mr. Edmd Bacon.
Job Howes, Deputy Clerk to Thomas Claiborne, Clerk.
↑ Miss Agreement in Clopton Papers, Duke University Archives
Find A Grave Memorial# 44115313, Ann Lydall Bacon, Saint Peters Episcopal Church, Putneys Mill, New Kent County, Virginia, USA.
Personal papers and notes of Frances T. Gaulden, Family Biographical Information.
"William & Mary College Quarterly."(WM) Richmond, VA, Whittet & Shepperson, 1902. Vol. X, pp. 267‐8;
Harris, Malcolm H. MD."Old New Kent Co." West Point, Virginia, the author,1977.Vol. 1, pp 172‐3;
John Clopton Papers, Grant from George Lyddall to Edmund Bacon, son‐in‐law, Duke University Archives.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Ann by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Ann: