Her maiden name may have been Forrest but it cannot be proven at this time.
20 March 1749 - Essex County, Virginia Will Book 8, page 302.
Received of William Upshaw full Satisfaction for all dues and demands due from him to my wife Mary as he Marrying my wives Mother the Widdow and Executrix of my wives father James Carber, Deceast and do hereby Acquitt and Discharge him the said Upshaw from all Gifts or Legceseys which are or may hereafter become due to me or my wife Mary by any of the ways aforesaid. Witness our hands and seals this Ninth day of February, 1718. Thomas Cooper Dickinson and Mary N. Dickinson; James Rennolds Jun and Thomas Sthreshley. Recorded in Essex Court, March 20, 1749.
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