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Posted by: Kathryn Lang (ID *****6719) Date: May 06, 2007 at 22:31:03
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For several other references to Richard Perrott, refer to:
Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol.1, Lancaster County, Record Book No.2, 1654-1666.

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pg. 24. Deed. Richd Parrott and Margaret Parrott to Minor Minson and Robt Kempe 300 a. on S. side of Rapphannock. Dated 12 Jan. 1655/6.
Wit. John Vause
Dan Welsh his mark Ack 6th Mar 1655/6 Rec. 12 Apl.1666

John Buford m. Elizabeth Parrott
Thomas Buford,?? Sr. m. Mary Warren ??
Thomas Buford m. Elizabeth Thorpshire
Agatha Buford m. George Twyman, II
George Twyman III m. Mary A. Walker
[Judge] James Twyman m. Teresa Ann James
James Twyman, Jr. m.Matilda Robertson
Martha Jane Twyman m. Benjamin Franklin Wigginton
Minnie May Wigginton m. George McClure Luttrell, Sr.
Ruth May Luttrell m. Ovid Holmes

pg. 92. Power of Atty Tho Wilkinson of Rapa Lanc Co., to Mr. Richard Perrott of Rapa., to deliver to Tho Lucas his right in 320 acres. Dated "24 9ber 1653.
Wit. John Catlett signed The mark of
Thomas Hauking Tho Wilkinson
Recorded 10th June 1654

Pg. 141. "The agreement made x x at the house of Mr. Henry Corbyn on the seventeenth day of November 1657 between Samuel Cole Clerk and the major part of the Inhabitants of the parish of Lancaster in Rapa River x x that the sd Samuel Cole doth promise x x to serve them in the office x x of minister every other Sabbath so long as he shall remain in this colony
That he will fulfil x x all Christenings burials marriages Churchings & what else is proper to his office
x x x x It is agreed x x by the sd Samuel Cole & the major part of the Inhabitants now met together that a Church shall be built with all convenient speed on Mr Boswells point and that the vestry now made choice of shall take care for the effecting of the same
Lastly it is agreed x x to pay unto the sd Sam Cole the full sum of four thousand pounds of good tobo in cask yearly x x & to contribute & agree with the Inhabitants of Pianketank for a setling of a glebe & buying of a horse for the sd Mr Coles better conviency to officiate & serve both parshs of Lanr & Pianketank x x x
signed Samuell Cole Clerk
Samuel Cole & those under written chosen for Vestrymen for Lancr parsh
Peter Montague Tho Willys
Fran Cole Edward Boswell
Richd Perrott John Curtys
Hen Corbyn Robt Chonninge
Cuthbert Potter Miles Dixon
Abraham Weeks Robert Taylor

Richd Perrot
Edward Boswell Churchwardens

Fra Cole
Tho Willys Sidesmen
record 15 Decem 1657
Edward Dale C1 Curt "

Happy Hunting,
Kathryn Mero HOLMES Lang

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