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Henry Pierpoint and Elizabeth Larkin
Posted by: virginia hanson (ID *****2644) Date: June 07, 2004 at 15:42:24
In Reply to: Family tree before 1680 by Kelly O'Hanrahan of 161

I am a total novice in genealogy but noticed your message. I have the book "The Pierpoint-Pierpont Family" by Kathryn Pierpoint Hedman. I will quote the 2nd para. in the book:
"In the book, 'Early Virginia Immigrants,' it is stated that in 1635, Elizabeth Larkin was brought into Wassaquincake County by John Upton, and in 1637 she was transported by John Upton to the Isle of Wight County. There is good reason to believe that it was Elizabeth Larkin whom Henry Pierpoint married, as the Virginia records show that at that time she was the only single woman in that colony by the name of Elizabeth, and we do know that Henry Pierpoint's wife's name was Elizabeth."

No specific dates are listed and apparently he married a second time, tho no mention of what happened to Elizabeth. It states that Henry had 9 children. The book states that no dates as to when Henry or Elizabeth died or where buried. Hope this helps.


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