1222. Thomas Gwaltney1613, Thomas born in England.
4/1635, Thomas Gwaltney, aged 22, who came over on the Faulcon out of London from the Barbadoes.
1650, Thomas Gwaltney a headright of William Yarrett of Isle of Wight.
2/1/1659, Thomas witnessed the will of James Tooke. (S) Wills of Isle of Wight, Champman, 1938, P4.
8/1665, Thomas bequeathed to his son-in-law James Athinson, “a sorrell mare filly with a star in its forehead about 5 months old.”
9/1665, Thomas sold to Marcom Markina “one black cow about six years called by the name of Coole Crapp with a hole in it right ear.”
5/14/1666, Thomas patented 200 acres in Surry Co., VA.
7/1666, Thomas died.
9/4/1666, John Clarke aged 30 odd years sworn and examined saith yet about the letter and of July ye deponent being at ye house of Tho. Gaultney two days before his death, and … ye T. Gaultney to make a will and sett all things in order and ye T. Gualtney ? this deponent, and give to my son William Gaultney ye horse, colt and bed I now lie upon. And for my land I know nobody can take it from him. All ye rest of my goods I give to my wife and loan it to her, it at her dispose and further sayeth not. John /X/ Clarke. (S) Surry Co., D&WB1, P277. Patrick Bartley, aged about 40 years, was sworn and said that being at the house of Thomas Gwaltney the Saturday before his decease, Deponent said to him, “Now that Captain Corker is here it is good for you to set things right and relieve your wife of a great deal of trouble”; and Gwaltney answered, “I leave all to my wife's disposal, for her and for her children, for I know she will be careful of hers as well as mine.” (S) B1, P277.
Children of Thomas and ?:
i. William Gaultney, born ?.
William married Alice Flake.
Thomas Gaultney, born ~1702 in VA.
1/1/1726, Henry King, Jr [s/o Henry married to Katherine Clark, d/o Thomas’ aunt Katherine] of the County of Brunswick, planter, … a tract of land whereon Thomas Gualtney now lives, Parish of Lawnes Creek, County of Surry, 100 acres bounded on every side by the land of Edward Browne, …. [an Edward Browne was a neighbor of his aunt Katherine on the same creek.]
ii. Katherine Gaultney ( 611), born ~1630 in England.