Monday, April 5, 2010

Bond 1058 Satchell

1058. William Satchell & 1059. Elizabeth ? 

1613, William born in England.
1652, William Satchell a patent in Northampton Co., VA.
1657, William Satchell a patent in Northampton Co., VA.
1/23/1665, William Satchell named administrator in the will of Richard Gilbert. His daughter Grace was also mentioned.
1675, William Satchell a patent in Northampton Co., VA.
10/18/1678, William Pettyjohn, s/o of John Pettyjohn deceased, released William Satchell from guardianship liability.
1/27/1679 in Northampton Co., VA, William wrote his will. (S) Family notes.
Bef. 3/3/1679, William died. (S) Will proven.
(S) Eastern Shore of Virginia.

Family notes:
• William’s will: In the name of God Amen, The twenty seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred seventy and nine I William Satchell of the County of Northampton being of good and perfect memory (praised be God for it) do make and ordain this my last will and testament revoking and anulling all other wills and testaments by me formerly made. Imprimus - I give and bequeath my soul unto Almighty God which I hope through the merits of my Saviour Jesus Christ will be received into his eternal kingdom. Next my body to the grave to return to dust from whence it came. Item - I give unto my youngest daughter Ellen Satchell one hundred acres of land lying and being at Seaboard side. In the aforesaid county in manner and form following with all edifices, buildings orchards, gardens and all priviledges and the appurtences there unto belonging lying on the Southside an old fence standing on the Northside a branch called, “Scotch Quarter Branch” so running to an old hedge of cherry trees to her and her heirs forever. Item - I give unto My daughter Grace Batson one hundred acres of land withall its priviledges and appurtences running from the aforesaid hedge of cherry trees Southward over a branch called, “The Blind Branch” unto a line of marked trees unto her and her heirs forever and if either of my said daughters die without issue lawfully begotten and born upon their bodies the other shall take possession of the said one hundred acres of land for her and her issue to enjoy it peaceablly and quietly forever without any molestation or disturbance and if either of my said daughters will not live upon the said land shall not sell nor otherwise dispose of it but let it fall unto the other that doth stay upon it and if both leave it and go to live upon other land then it shall fall unto my son John Satchell, and if both my daughters die without issue as aforesaid shall fall and return all the aforesaid land unto my son John Satchell and his heirs lawfully begotten by his own body forever. Item - I give unto my son John Satchell all the rest of my land lying on the other side the old fence standing on the Northside Scotch Quarter Branch to him and his children lawfully begotten by his own body, but if my said son die and leave a widow without issue by his own body she shall have but her widows estate and the rest shall return unto my aforesaid daughters and their issue also if my sons children die without children shall return unto my daughters as aforesaid and if all my children die without children and issue I leave it totally and absolutely to John Evans my Godson at Pocomoke to him and his heirs forever. Item - I give unto Ellen Satchell my younger daughter one brass pan and one brass kettle, one old iron kettle that we commonly boil victuals in and the lesser of the iron pots and my own bed which I lay in and her bed which she lays in with all furniture which is belonging unto them and the table form and two chests and one looking glass standing in the room where I lay and my mill and all necessarys belonging thereto. Item - I give unto my daughter Grace Batson one great iron kettle and the greatest iron pot and one small iron kettle and one bed that is in the little house and two rugs upon it. Item - I leave my saws, augers and wedges to remain at the house and likewise the greatest and least guns to remain at the house and the other gun I give unto my son John Satchell likewise it is my will that what debts I owe shall be paid amoungst my said children each paying their equal part and what of chattles there is more with all my cattle and hogs it is my will shall be equally divided betwixt my two daughters, by two honest neighbors without troubling the court or any other trouble as witness my hand and seal the day and year above written. /s/ William Satchell.
Children of William and Elizabeth:

i. John Satchell, born ?.
John married Alice ?.
1/2/1695, John wrote his will.
Bef. 9/28/1696, John died in Northampton Co., VA.
Children:
John Satchell, Jr., born ?.
He married Bridget Melson, d/o William and Susanna.
Bef. 10/9/1750, he died.
Henry Satchell, born ?.
He married Elizabeth Holdsworth.
Bef. 12/24/1747, he died in Accomack Co., VA.
William Satchell, born ?.
He married Susanna ?.
1737, he died in Northampton Co., VA.
Abasalom Satchell, born ?.
He married Elizabeth ?.

ii. Grace Satchell ( 529), born ~1660 in Northampton Co., VA.

iii. Ellen Satchell, born ?.
Ellen married Thomas Middleton.
10/15/1680, Ellen Middleton sold her inherited land in fee simple to William Kindal.
Bef. 6/1/1708, Thomas died in Accomack Co., VA.
Children:
Daniel Middleton, born ?.
Anna Danella Middleton, born ?.
She married Thomas Budd, Sr.

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