Deed, October 18, 1790, from Jean Payne, widow of John Payne,
Gent., of Goochland, to James Gordon and Anne his wife, Philip Payne,
William Lee and Jane his wife, Smith Payne, George Woodson Payne,
and Robert Payne; which Anne, Philip, Jane, Smith, George Woodson
and Robert, are the only children now living, of said John Payne, de-
ceased, and the said Janie his wife, party to this deed. Mildred Mat-
thews Payne, another child, died about a month after her father, an
infant under the age of twenty-one, and leaving no issue.
↑ Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. VI, No. 3, 1899, pp. 315-316
↑ Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. VII, 1900, p. 79
↑ Early, R. H., Campbell Chronicles and Family Sketches, J.P. Bell Company, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1927, pp. 478
↑ 5.05.15.25.35.4 WikiTree Publication: MyHeritage Jane Smith Gender: Female Marriage: June 23 1757 - Goochland Co, VA Husband: Colonel John Payne Children: Elizabeth Woodson Payne George Woodson Payne Jean Payne John Smith Payne Mildred Matthews Payne Phillip Payne Robert Payne
↑ Douglas, William. The Douglas register: being a detailed record of births, marriages and deaths together with other interesting notes, as kept by the Rev. William Douglas, from 1750-1797
↑ An index of Goochland Willis; Notes on the French-Hugeunot refugees who lived in Manakin-Town; published online by Ancestry.com, The Generations Network, Inc., Provo, UT, 2004; original publisher: J.W. Fergusson & Sons, Richmond, VA, 1928. Page 269
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