That I do.
James Roy MICOU was son of Paul MICOU & Jeanne ROY. I think this is Paul #3. I have nothing on Jeanne ROY.
Paul MICOU III was son of Capt. John MICOU and Catherine WALKER.
Capt. John MICOU was son of Dr. Paul MICOU ( our immigrant ancestor) and Margaret CAMMOCK (some sources say ROY).
Capt. John Micou's Will was probated 16 April 1754.
( wife Catherine Micou died 1740 )
Daughter Clara Micou, under-aged. 800 a. in Spotsylvania Co. VA
Son John Micou and Thomas Micou (?) are to join in disposing a tract of
land in King George Co.
Sons Richard and Henry to share 1160 a. called Peuman's End in Caroline
Son William, under-aged
Sons John, James, Richard, and Paul III
From the Diary of Robert Rose...
John Micou lived at Port Micou, just north of Vauter's Church in Essex
County, on Rappahannock River, homestead of his parents. John's and
Catherine's daughter, Catherine Micou Roy, lived in Caroline County adjoining
Port Micou on the Essex line.
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. VOL XLVI no 4. October 1938
p 364. regarding the will of Paul Micou: But one son, John, he cut off with only one slave as his legacy, "a young negro now in his possession, Frank by name."
p367. John served as Justice of the Peace in Essex Co., VA 1731-5.
Catherine WALKER was daughter of James WALKER ( also our Immigrant) of Middlesex Co., VA. & Clara ROBINSON.
Va. Mag. of History. Vol 10,
page 394. Books in Colonial Virginia: James Walker, Middlesex 1721, a parcel of old books, L2.10
page 395. Books in Colonial Virginia: James Walker, Middlesex 1733, a parcel of books, 5 sh.
page 447 James Walker m. Clara Robinson 11 Oct 1687, of Urbana Middlesex Co. Son of John Walker of Ashbourne in ye Peaks Com. Derby.
James Walker's children: Catherine, James, Ann shared in Uncle Richard's will. Probated 1727.
Va Mag. Vol 4, pg 149-50
Inventory of James Walker's estate. Valued at L 1813.10.0 consisting of
L 383.4.5 in Middlesex Co., including 15 negroes valued at L 201, and a sloop
with foresail, mainsail, jibb flatt and all rigging and anchors and cable
valued at L 36.13.4, estate in Essex Co. at L 307.13.7, and 18 slaves valued
at L 168. Sundry goods in store L 506.18. 2 1/2; and outstanding debts at L
415.7.9 1/2 . Omits 5 negro boys in partnership of James Walker and R. Walker.
03 July 1722. Richard Walker made oath to the inventory.
Oct 1722. Additional inventory L 70.10.0., including his part of 5 negroes
valued at L 70. Signed by Richard Walker.
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