Thomas Walton & Ann

Sally’s 6-great Grandparents:

Thomas Walton ca 1660 – 1719 | parents
& Ann ? ca 1670 – 17?? | parents
of King & Queen Co in Tatsie Parish in Virginia
and Chowan County, North Carolina

This is my working hypothesis — the way I see it as of this moment!!

Thomas Walton 8 May 1719 875/145 8 Jun 1719
before the Gov. of Chowan “of perfect health”
Wife Ann of King & Queen Co in Tatsie Parish in VA.
1 equal share of debts due me in NC with my 3 sons & 4 daughters in sd. parish i.e. 1/8 part to each; all my estate to sd wife & children.
Ex friend John Plowman
Wit: And. Cockburne, John White, Mary White
Note. The original of this will has the following variants. Probated before Charles Eden; Thomas Whalton Witness A B Cokburn. Wills 1663-1722: 532

Children of Thomas Walton and Ann _____:
1. Thomas Walton ca 1690 – 1751
married Sarah ?
2.* William Walton ca 1685 – 1732
married Hannah ?
3. John Walton
4. daughter one
5. daughter two
6. daughter three
7. daughter four

Note — In closely examining the will of Thomas who died in 1751 he states that his son William is left Negro man Wilefor & a coper kettle. The William who died in 1760 left his wife one Copper Kettle and son Richard is to have the money arising from the Sale of Negro man Williferd. Therefore our ancestor William who died in 1771 is son of William who died 1732. [© Copyright 1997 by Sally Moore Koestler in “Elizabeth Jones of Maple Lawn”]

Grandchildren of Thomas Walton and wife Ann

Children of Thomas Walton and wife Sarah:
Thomas Walton, son of Thomas Walton and his wife Ann _______ was born circa 1690 probably in New Kent Co, VA. He first appears in the records of Chowan Co NC 15 Dec 1727 when he witnessed a deed. This Thomas Walton was elected Vestryman of St Paul’s Parish, Chowan Co, NC for three two-year terms 1734, 1740 & 1744. Will of Thomas Walton Sr Dated 12 Nov 1750; prov. 5 July 1751.
In the name of God amen the twetueth Day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and fifty I Thomas Walton, Sen. of North Carolina in Chowan County Planter being very sick and weak in Body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto god therefore Calling unto mind the mortality of my Body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Die Do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my Soul unto the hands of god that gave it and for my Body I’ve commend it to the earth to be buried in a Christan Like manner at the Descreton of my executors nothing Doubting but at the general Resurection I Shall Receive the Same again by the mighty power of god and as touching Such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased god To Bless me in this Life I give Devise and Dispose of the Same in the following manner and form –
Item I give and bequeath to my grandson Thomas Walton my plantation where I now live and one hundred and fifty acres of New pattent Land joyning to it
Item I give and bequeath to my Son William Walton my Neagro man Name Wilefor and my coper kettle
Item I give and bequeth to my Daughter Sarah Perry my Neagro boy named manvake and one good fether bed and furnatu and that to be hur full Sheare of mye estate —–
Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Susanah Walton one fether bed and furnatu and my Loome and harnas and liberty of my manner plantation During hur Natural life or marriage and Two New iron potts and My Neagro garl Named pegg and my Neagro man Named Roben and likewise I give and bequeath to my Daughter Susanah Walton all my hogs and Sheep belonging to my plantation & my work horse and my small fluke hoe and one youke of oxen and Cart and wheals
And I give and bequeath to my Daughter Elezebeth Trotman my Neagro garle Named Venus –
and all the rest of my personal estate to be equally Devided betwen my Son and four Daughters Vis: William Walton, Elezebeth Trotman, Susanah Walton, Judeth Rountree, Ann Hunter———
I likewise Constitute make and appoint my Son William Walton my hole and sole executor of this my Last will and Testament in witness —- where of I have heare unto Set my hand and Seal the Day and year above written ——-
Thomas (his mark) Walton
Test: William Walton, Hardy Hunter, Timothy Walton
July 5, 1751; This day personally appeared before me William Walton & Timothy Walton subscribing Evidences to the last Will & Testament of Thomas Walton Deceased and on the Oath that they saw the said Deceased Execute the said Instrument as of for his last Will & Testament and William Walton at the same Time quelified as Executor of the said Will by taking the Oath appointedby Law for that Purpose. Gab Johnston

1. William Walton c1707 K&Q – 1760 Chowan Co (Vestryman 1744-52)
2. Sarah Walton ca 1710 – ca Nov 1761 Bertie Co, NC
married John Perry ca 1690 – ca Nov 1760 Bertie Co
(lived Nansemond Co VA then Bertie Co, NC )
3. Susanah Walton ca 1733 –
married 1753 1st Amos Hinton
married 2nd Benjamin Perry d 1788
4. Elizabeth Walton
married 1st ____Trotman
married 2nd ____Perry
5. Judeth Walton see
married Charles Rountree
6. Ann Walton see
married Elisha Hunter ca 1715 – 1786 Gates Co. son of Isaac

Children of William Walton & wife Hannah:
(there may also be some daughters)
1. Timothy Walton ca 1710 – 1770 Chowan Co (Vestryman 1754-1770)
married 1763 Mary Benbury 1745 1789
she married 1771 2nd Thomas Hunter
2. Thomas Walton, Jr 1713 K&Q married 1735 Sarah Rountree ca 1719 – d. 1761
3. John Walton Jr. ca 1715 K&Q – 1748
married ca 1740 Zilpha Blanchard 1716 – 1762
she married 2nd 10 May 1751 Guy Hill
4. William Walton ca 1718 K&Q – 1771 Chowan
married ca 1748 Rachel Hunter

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