Thank you, kindly, for the tip. (This is Carol, Cynthia's twin.) I found the reference of which you speak:
Early Virginia Families Along the James River: Their Deep Roots and Tangled Branches. Vol.I: Abstracts of Land Patents - Henrico County, p. 2
THOMAS HARRIS, 750 acs. Henrico co., within Digs his hundred, 11 Nov. 1635, p. 304. Swd. upon land of EDWARD VIRGANY, thence extending Nwd. upon land of JOANE HARRIS his wife, W. upon the river & E. into the woods. 100 acs. due him as being an Ancient planter and adventurer in the time of Sir THOMAS DALE his Govmt., according to a Charter of orders from the late Treasurere & Co., 18 Nov. 1618, & 650 acs. for trans. of 13 pers: WM. PURNELL, JON. GODFRYE, JON. SEARLE, THO. KEANE, RICH. MASCOLL, NATH. MOORE, JON. EDWARDS, ANN RIDLEY, WM. JONES, THO. MORGAN, WM. JONES; 2 Negros, a man & a woman. Note: Renewed & 70 acs. added. THO. COOKE, Clr.
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