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    Ca7 Anne Cary


    Daughter of Colonel Wilson Cary (Ca8) and Sarah (Pate?) (Pa8).
    Born, 1733   Williamsburg,  Virginia
    Married 1751 (or 1754), to Robert Carter Nicholas (Ni7) in Albemarle
    Died 1786, December 5.
     

    Robert Carter Nicholas and Anne Cary had Children (not arranged entirely in order of birth):
     (Ni6-1) Elizabeth Nicholas b. 1753; m. Gov. Edmund Jennings Randolph, son of John Randolph, 1776; d. 1810.
    (Ni6) George Nicholas (11 Aug. 1753 - 27 July 1799), married Mary Smith daughter of John Smith of Baltimore, Md., and moved to Kentucky  and was the father of Judge Samuel Smith Nicholas who published a masterful plea for the right of habeas corpus when it was suspended by President Lincoln during the Civil War.
     (Ni6-3) Wilson Cary Nicholas (31 January 1761 - 10 October 1820) married 1783 Margaret, daughter of John Smith of Baltimore, Md.,
    (Ni6-4) John Nicholas (1756 - 31 Dec. 1819 ),  married Anne Lawson, was member of Congress 1793 - ¬1801; removed to Geneva, New York, where he has numerous descendants.
     (Ni6-5) Sarah Nicholas, b. 1752 at Frederick Co., VA; m.  John Hatley Norton.
    (Ni6-6) Judith Nicholas (1765 - '1 )
    (Ni6-7) Lewis Nicholas (1766 - '/ ), who lived in Albemarle.
    (Ni6-8) Robert Nicholas (1768 - 7 )
    (Ni6-9) Philip Norborne Nicholas (1775 - 1849) married first Mary Spear of Baltimore, Md., second Maria Carter, daughter of Thomas Taylor and Mary Anne Byrd, daughter of William Armistead.
    (Ni6-10) Mary Nicholas; b. 1759; d. 1796; unmarried.Sources:

    Seldens of Virginia and Allied Families, pages 247-262.
    Records belonging to Mrs. George Nicholas (Ni3.4).

    Family

    (Ni6-1) Elizabeth Nicholas (1753 1)
    (Ni6-2) George Nicholas (1753 or 1755 - 1799), who moved to Kentucky.
     (Ni6-3) Wilson Cary Nicholas (1761 - 1820), who was a member of the Senate and House of Repregantatives of the United States, and Governor of Viginia.
     (Ni6-4) John Nicholas, who moved to New York.
    (Ni6-5) Sarah Nicholas (1763 ? - 1 )
    (Ni6-6) Judith Nicholas (1765 - 1 )
    (Ni6-7) Lewis Nicholas, who lived in Albemarle.
    (Ni6-8) Robert Nicholas (1768 - 7 )
    (Ni6-8) Philip Norborne Nicholas (1775 – 1849) called  after Norborne, Lord Botetourt, his father’s friend, who besides other offices, held that of  judge of the General Court.
    One of the daughters of Colonel Nicholas married Mr. Edmund Randolph (Randolph family).. Another married Mr. John H. Norton, of Winchester.. She was the mother of the Reverend Mr. Norton, a venerable minister of the Episcopal Church of New York, who had two sons in the Episcopalian ministry, one in Virginia and one in Kentucky.

    The children of Robert Carter Nicholas were blessed with a mother who was equally worthy.
    Let the following letter to her son, Wilson Cary Nicholas, on his entering public life, bear witness:

    "Williamsburg, 1784.
    Dear Wilson:

    I congratulate you on the honor your country has  done you in choosing you their representative with so large a vote. I hope you are come into the Assemb1y without those trammels which some people submit to wear for a seat in the House - I mean, unbound by promises, to perform this or that job which the many headed monster may think proper to chalk out for you; especially that you have not engaged to lend at least hand  to pull down the Church, which, by some 1mpertinerit questions in the last paper, I suspect will be attempted. Never, my dear Wilson, let me hear that by that sacrilegious act you have furnished yourself  with materials to erects scaffold by which you may climb to the sum¬mit of popularity; rather remain in the lowest obscurity; though, I think, from long observation, can venture to assert that the man of integrity, who one equal tenor in his conduct -who defiates neither to the one side or the other from the proper line - has more of the confidence of the people than the very compliant time-server who is the s1ave of the people. I flatter myself, too, you wi11 act on a more liberal. plan, than some members have done in matters in which the honor and interest of this state are concerned;  that you will not, to save a few pence to your constituents, discourage the progress of arts
    Sciences nor pay with so scanty a hand. persons who are eminent in either. This parsimonious plan., of late adopted, will throw us behind the other states in all valuable improvements, and chill, like a frost, the spring of learning and spirit of enterprise. I have insensibly extended what I had  to say beyond my first design, but will not quit the subject without giving you a hint, from a very good friend of yours, that your weight in the House will be much greater if you not take up the attention of the Assembly on trifling matters, nor too often demand a hearing. To this I must add a  hint of my own, that temper and decorum is of infinite advantage to a public
    Speaker, and a modest diffidence to a young man just entering the stage of life.  The neglect of the former throws him off his guard, breaks his chain of reasoning, and has often produced in England duals that have terminated fatally.
    The natural effect of the latter will ever be procuring a favorable and patient hearing, and all those advantages that a prepossession in favor of the speaker produces.
    You see, my son, that I take the privilege of a mother in advising you, and be assured, you have no friend so so1icitous for your we1fare, temporal and eternal, as your ever affectionate mother.

      Ann Nicholas."
    The author of the above letter was the daughter of Colonel Wilson Cary, of Hampton, a descendant of one of the first families who settled in the lower part of Virginia. Tradition says that Mrs. Nicholas after the death of her husband, Robert Carter Nicholas, at his seat in Hanover, was visited by some British officers and received them with great dignity. Her daughter-in-law and wife of her son, George, and sister of Gov. Gen. Samuel Smith of Baltimore, being recognized as an old acquaintance in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, secured polite treatment for the family; but the officers, on discovering that there was some jewels and other valuables in the house, seized upon them and carried them off.
     
     
     

    Appendix to Page Ca7

    Copy of Cary Family line
     

    Generation Ca14,
    William Cary, Sheriff and Mayor of Bristol, England.
    Born – 1510? ¬
    Died - 1572

    Generation Ca13
    Son of (Ca14) Richard Cary, Merchant of Bristol.
    Born – 1526?
    Died - 1570

    Generation Ca12
    Son of Ca13
    WilIiam Cary, Sheriff and Mayor of Bristol, England.
    Born - 1550
    Miarried 1572, January 14 to Alice Goodall (12.34)
    Died 1632

    Generation Ca11
    Son of (Ca12)
    John Cary ,
    Baptised  1583 ,
    Married, Alice Hobson (Ho11) daughter of Henry Hobson (Ho12), Alderman of Bristol, England and Alice (Da12) daughter of William Davis (Da13) living in 1636
    Generation Ca10
    Son of (Ca11)
    Colonel Miles Cary (Ca10)
    Born 1620, Bristol, England
    - He emigrated to Virginia about 1645, and settled at Magpie Swamp, Warwick County, Virginia. He was Justice of Warwick, 1652. He was Collector of Customs on the James River. He was Royal Naval Officer, having superintendence of building Fort Monroe.
    He was a Member of the Council in 1665. He was Eschestor (or Exchequer) General of Virginia, 1665. He was Burgess in 1659.

    On his tomb an inscription gives, names of his father, mother, and maternal grandfather. The coat of arms of the Cary family of Devonshire is carved on this tombstone.

    The arms: Argent on abend sable; three vases argent, with a silver swan for their crest.

    His tomb is at Cary's Quarter, at the intersection of the James and Warwick Rivers.

    Colonel Cary (Ca10.9) married Anne (Ta10.10) daughter of Thomas Taylor of Bristol.

    He died 1667, June 10th from wounds received in the attack by the Dutch Fleet upon Old Point Comfort, where he had been ordered to build a fort (Monroe) in 1665.

    He left a will, and directed sale of two houses in Baldwin and St. Nicholas Streets for benefit of his three daughters, Anne, Bridgett and Elizabeth when married.

    The inscription on the tomb of Colonel Miles Cary (Ca10): "Here lyeth ye body of Miles Cary Esquire, only son of John Cary alld Alice, his wife, daughter of Henry Robson of ye city of Bristol, Alderman.

    He was born in ye City. and departed this life ye 10th day of June 1667. about the forty seventh year of his age, leaving four sons, and three daughters, namely, Thomas, Anne, Henry, Bridgett, Elizabeth, Miles and William."

    Generation Ca9
    Son of (Ca10)
    (Ca9.5). Colonel Miles Cary (Ca9) of Ceeleys and Richneck.
    Third son of Colonel Miles Cary (Ca10) and Anne Taylor (Ta10).
    Born 1655, October 27, in Virginia.

    He was educated in England under the direction of his uncle. He was Clerk of the General Court. 1692-3. He was a Burgess and Chairman of important Committees from 1693 - 1699. He was a prominent member of the Committee to revise laws of the original trustees of William and Mary in 1693. He was Register of the Court of Admiralty. He was Naval Officer on York River. He was Surveyor General of Virginia (1692-1708). He was one of the gentlemen summoned to repel a fleet of pirates on Chesapeake Bay, April 28, 1700.

    Married - (first) Mary, daughter of Thomas Milner.  No issue.
     (second) 1702, April 13, Mary (9.6) widow of Colonel William Roscow of Blunt Point, Warwick County, daughter and heiress of Colonel William Wilson (Wi10) of Hampton, Elizabeth City County.
    Died 1708, February 17, and was buried at Richneck,  Warwick County.

     The inscription on the grave stone of Mary, his first wife, at Richneck, Warwick County:¬  “Here lyeth ye body of Mary, the wife of  Miles Cary and daughter of Thomas Milner and Mary his wife, late of Nausemond County, deceased. She was born of the 6th of August 1667 and died 27th of October, 1700 in the 34th year of her age, issueless.

    Also, ye body of Colonel Miles Cary, husband of the said Mary, who died February 17, 1708, and left two sons, Wilson and Miles, and two daughters, Mary and Anne, by Mary, ye daughter of Colonel William Wilson of Hampton (Elizabeth City County).”

    (Ancestry derived from pedigree registered in 1699 in Heralds’ College of Arms, London, by John Cary of Bristol gentleman, and his brother, Richard Cary, Alderman of London.)

    In the Clerk's office at Hampton, foul' miles from Ceeley' s, are wills of Colonel Wilson Cary (Ca8) and his brother Miles Cary (Ca8-) sons of Colonel Miles Cary (Ca9) and Mary Wilson (Wi9) (Roscow) Cary, Archibald (Blair).

    The estate of 2,000 acres runs along the river adjoining present Newport News. Scarcely a vestige of the old mansion remains.

    Miles Cary (Ca 8-) willed Ceeley's to his brother, Colonel Wilson Cary (Ca8) of Richmond, who married Sarah (Pate?)

    From Seldens of Virginia and Allied Families Pg. 265.

    Data from http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~marshall/esmd59.htm
    Cary Family

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                               Generation One

    1.  William Cary; b. circa 1492; d. at Bristol, England; bur. 28 Mar
    1572 at St. Nicholas Church, Bristol, England.
         He was Sheriff of Bristol, Eng. He resided at Bristol, England.

         Known children of William Cary include:
                     i. William Cary; b. at Bristol, England; m.
                        Elizabeth; d. between Mar 1572 and 1573.
                        He was a cloth worker. He resided at London,
                        England.
                    ii. Agnes Cary; m. Humphrey Cooper 1544; m. Thomas
                        Dickinson after 1569.
                   iii. Susan Cary; m. John Lacy after 1571.
         2.         iv. Richard Cary, b. circa 1515 at Bristol, England;
                        m. Anne; m. Joan Holton.
     

                               Generation Two

    2.  Richard Cary (William1); b. circa 1515 at Bristol, England; m.
    Anne; m. Joan Holton circa 1561; d. at Bristol, England; bur. 17 Jun
    1570 at St. Nicholas Church, Bristol, England.
         He was a merchant.

         Anne died after 1561.
         Known children of Richard Cary and Anne were as follows:
                     i. Richard Cary; baptized 18 Aug 1542 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; bur. 14 Jun 1591 at St.
                        Nicholas Church, Bristol, England.
                    ii. Lettice Cary; b. 1543 at Bristol, England; m. ___
                        Mellen; d. after 1570.
                   iii. Mary Cary; b. 1544; d. infancy.
                    iv. Mary Cary; b. 1546 at Bristol, England; d. after
                        1570.
                     v. Elizabeth Cary; b. 1548 at Bristol, England; d.
                        infancy.
                    vi. Frances Cary; b. 1549 at Bristol, England; d.
                        after 1570.
         3.        vii. William Cary, bap. 3 Oct 1550 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; m. Elizabeth Goodale; m.
                        Mary Llewellyn.
                  viii. Elizabeth Cary; b. 1551 at Bristol, England; d.
                        after 1570.
                    ix. Agnes Cary; b. circa 1555 at Bristol, England; d.
                        after 1570.
                     x. Martha Cary; b. 1558 at Bristol, England; d.
                        infancy.

         Joan Holton was the sister of Robert Holton, Chamberlain of
    Bristol.
         Known children of Richard Cary and Joan Holton all b. at Bristol,
    England, were as follows:
                     i. Martha Cary; b. 1562; d. after 1570.
                    ii. Anne Cary; b. circa 1564.
                   iii. Christopher Cary; b. circa 1568; m. Lettice Young;
                        d. 1626 at Bristol, England.
                        He was Sheriff at Bristol, England. He was a
                        merchant.
     

                              Generation Three

    3.  William Cary (Richard2, William1); baptized 3 Oct 1550 at St.
    Nicholas Church, Bristol, England; m. Elizabeth Goodale 14 Jan 1572;
    m. Mary Llewellyn, daughter of George Llewellyn, 1624; bur. 1 Mar
    1632/33 at St. Nicholas Church, Bristol, England.
         He was Mayor of Bristol. He resided at Bristol, Somersetshire,
    England.

         Elizabeth Goodale died in 1623.
         Known children of William Cary and Elizabeth Goodale were as
    follows:
                     i. William Cary; baptized 3 Jan 1576 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; bur. 1638.
                    ii. Richard Cary; baptized 1 Aug 1579 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; m. Mary Shershaw,
                        daughter of Nicholas Shershaw, 1606; d. 1644.
         4.        iii. John Cary, b. 10 Apr 1583 at Bristol, England; m.
                        Elizabeth Hereford; m. Alice Hobson.
                    iv. Walter Cary; baptized 18 Jun 1588 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; m. Grace Browne; d.
                        1633/34.
                     v. Robert Cary; baptized 3 Nov 1589 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; m. Anne Thomas, daughter
                        of William Thomas; d. 1628.
                        He was a draper.
                    vi. Anne Cary; b. 1590 at Bristol, England; d. after
                        1632.
                   vii. Susan Cary; b. circa 1592 at Bristol, England; d.
                        after 1632.
                  viii. Margery Cary; m. Hugh Yeo.
                    ix. Thomas Cary; baptized 11 Apr 1596 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; m. Joan Milner; d. 1648.
                     x. James Cary; baptized 14 Apr 1600 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; d. 2 Nov 1681 at
                        Charlestown, Middlesex Co., MA.

         Mary Llewellyn resided at Keynsham, England.
         Known children of William Cary and Mary Llewellyn were as
    follows:
                     i. Anne Cary; b. 1624; d. infancy.
                    ii. Henry Cary; baptized 20 Nov 1625 at St. Nicholas
                        Church, Bristol, England; d. after 1700.
                        He resided at Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.
     

                              Generation Four

    4.  John Cary (William3, Richard2, William1); b. 10 Apr 1583 at
    Bristol, England; m. Elizabeth Hereford 29 May 1609; m. Alice Hobson,
    daughter of Henry Hobson and Alice Dans, circa 1617/18; d. 1661/62.
         He was Mayor at Bristol, England. He resided at Bristol, England.
    He was a draper.

         Known children of John Cary and Elizabeth Hereford were as
    follows:
                     i. John Cary; b. circa 1610; d. circa 1656.
                    ii. Thomas Cary; baptized 27 Dec 1613; m. Susanna
                        Limberry, daughter of Philip Limberry.
                   iii. Philip Cary.
                    iv. Prudence Cary.
                     v. Elizabeth Cary.

         Known children of John Cary and Alice Hobson were as follows:
                     i. Henry Cary; b. circa 1618; d. after 1634.
                    ii. Matthew Cary; b. circa 1620; d. 1648.
                        He was a mariner. He resided at Stepney,
                        Middlesex, England.
                   iii. Richard Cary; baptized 29 Jul 1621 at All Saint's
                        Church, Bristol, England; d. after 1660.
         5.         iv. Col. Miles Cary, bap. 30 Jan 1622/23 at All
                        Saint's Church, Bristol, England; m. Anne Taylor.
                     v. Alice Cary; b. circa 1625; m. Thomas Hayman; m.
                        William Payne.
                    vi. Honor Cary; b. circa 1627; bur. 6 Nov 1644 at All
                        Saint's Church, Bristol, England.
         6.        vii. Mary Cary, m. Hon. Nathaniel Harrison.
     

                              Generation Five

    5.  Col. Miles Cary (John4, William3, Richard2, William1); baptized 30
    Jan 1622/23 at All Saint's Church, Bristol, England; m. Anne Taylor,
    daughter of Capt. Thomas Taylor, circa 1646; d. 10 Jun 1667 at Warwick
    Co., VA, at age 44; of wounds received in the attack of the Dutch
    fleet on Old Point Comfort.
         He immigrated circa 1645 to 'Windmill Point', Warwick Co., VA. He
    and Anne Taylor resided at 'Windmill Point', Warwick Co., VA. He and
    Anne Taylor resided at 'Magpie Swamp', Warwick Co., VA. He was a
    member of Council from 1663 to 1667 at Virginia. He left a will on 9
    Jun 1667; proved 21 Jan 1667/8.

         Anne Taylor died after 1682.
         Known children of Col. Miles Cary and Anne Taylor were as
    follows:
                     i. Maj. Thomas Cary; b. circa 1647; m. Anne Milner,
                        daughter of Capt. Francis Milner, by 1669.
                        He resided at 'Windmill Point', Warwick Co., VA.
                        He resided at 'Magpie Swamp', Warwick Co., VA. He
                        left a will; proved 1608.
                    ii. Anne Cary; b. circa 1649; d. unmarried.
         7.        iii. Henry Cary, b. circa 1650; m. Judith Lockey.
         8.         iv. Bridget Cary, b. 1651; m. Capt. William Bassett.
         9.          v. Elizabeth Cary, b. circa 1653; m. Emanuel Wills.
        10.         vi. Col. Miles Cary, b. 1655; m. Mary Milner; m. Mary
                        Wilson.
        11.        vii. Lt. Col. William Cary, b. circa 1657; m. Martha
                        Scasbrook.

    6.  Mary Cary (John4, William3, Richard2, William1); m. Hon. Nathaniel
    Harrison, son of Hon. Benjamin Harrison and Hannah Churchill.
         She and Hon. Nathaniel Harrison resided at 'Wakefield', Surry
    Co., VA.

         Hon. Nathaniel Harrison was born on 8 Aug 1677. He died on 30 Nov
    1727 at age 50. He was a member of Council at Virginia.
         Known children of Mary Cary and Hon. Nathaniel Harrison include:
        12.          i. Hannah Harrison, m. Armistead Churchill.
     

                               Generation Six

    7.  Henry Cary (Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2, William1); b. circa
    1650; m. Judith Lockey, daughter of Edward Lockey Jr, by 24 May 1671;
    1st wife.
         He resided at 'The Forest', Warwick Co., VA. He was a buider,
    buildings include the Capitol at Williamsburg and the Governor's
    Palace. He left a will on 27 Jan 1716 at Warwick Co., VA; proved 1 Sep
    1720.

         Known children of Henry Cary and Judith Lockey include:
                     i. Elizabeth Cary; b. circa 1678; m. Capt. John
                        Scasbrook II, son of Lt. Col. John Scasbrook and
                        Elizabeth, circa 1698.

    8.  Bridget Cary (Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2, William1); b.
    1651; m. Capt. William Bassett, son of William Bassett and Anne, 1670.

         Capt. William Bassett immigrated before 1665 to Virginia. He
    resided at Blisland Parish, New Kent Co., VA. He left a will on 28 Aug
    1671; proved 4 Jan 1671/2. He died in 1671.
         Known children of Bridget Cary and Capt. William Bassett include:
        13.          i. Hon. William Bassett, b. 1671; m. Joanna Burwell.

    9.  Elizabeth Cary (Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2, William1); b.
    circa 1653; m. Emanuel Wills before 11 Apr 1670.

         Emanuel Wills died by 21 Aug 1697. He resided at Warwick Co., VA.
         Known children of Elizabeth Cary and Emanuel Wills include:
                     i. Miles Wills; m. Hannah Scasbrook, daughter of Lt.
                        Col. John Scasbrook and Elizabeth, after 2 Apr
                        1694.
                        He resided at Warwick Co., VA.

    10.  Col. Miles Cary (Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2, William1); b.
    1655; m. Mary Milner, daughter of Lt. Col. Thomas Milner, circa 1683;
    1st wife; m. Mary Wilson, daughter of Col. William Wilson and Jane,
    Apr 1702; 2nd wife, 2nd husband; d. 16 Feb 1708/9.
         He resided at 'Rich Neck', Warwick Co., VA. He was a member of
    the House of Burgesses. He was Surveyor General of Virginia from 1699
    to 1709.

         Mary Milner was born on 6 Aug 1667. She died on 27 Oct 1700 at
    age 33.

         Mary Wilson was born in Oct 1675. She married William Roscow in
    1695; 1st husband. She married Archibald Blair; 3rd husband. She died
    on 11 Jan 1741 at age 65. She was buried at Blunt Point, Warwick Co.,
    VA.
         Known children of Col. Miles Cary and Mary Wilson were as
    follows:
        14.          i. Col. Wilson Cary, b. 1702; m. Sarah Pate.
                    ii. Mary Cary; b. 1704; m. Joseph Selden.
                        She left a will at Elizabeth City Co., VA; proved
                        25 Mar 1775.
                   iii. Anne Cary; b. 1706; m. Maj. Peter Whiting, son of
                        Col. Henry Whiting and Anne Beverley; d. before
                        1749.
                    iv. Miles Cary; b. 1708.
                        He resided at 'Ceeleys', Elizabeth City Co., VA.
                        He left a will on 11 Oct 1752 at Elizabeth City
                        Co., VA; proved 8 Sep 1756.

    11.  Lt. Col. William Cary (Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2,
    William1); b. circa 1657; m. Martha Scasbrook, daughter of Lt. Col.
    John Scasbrook and Elizabeth, by 24 Mar 1684/5; d. 1713.
         He resided at 'Skiffs Creek', Warwick Co., VA. He was a member of
    the House of Burgesses. He left a will on 26 Aug 1711; proved 4 Jun
    1713.

         Known children of Lt. Col. William Cary and Martha Scasbrook were as
    follows:
                     i. Harwood Cary; b. 1685; m. Martha before 1707; 2nd
                        husband; d. 1721.
                        He resided at 'Skiffs Creek', Warwick Co., VA.
        15.         ii. Martha Cary, b. 1686; m. Edward Jaquelin.
                   iii. Maj. Miles Cary; b. circa 1698; d. after 1711.
                    iv. William Cary; b. 1700; m. Judith Jones circa 1724.
                        He resided at Prince George Co., VA. He left a
                        will on 3 Apr 1742 at Prince George Co., VA;
                        proved 14 Sep 1742.
                     v. John Cary; b. circa 1701; d. after 1711; d.s.p.

    12.  Hannah Harrison (Mary5Cary, John4, William3, Richard2, William1);
    m. Armistead Churchill, son of Col. William Churchill and Elizabeth
    Armistead.

         Armistead Churchill was born on 25 Jul 1704 at 'Rosegill',
    Middlesex Co., VA. He resided at 'Bushby Park', Middlesex Co., VA. He
    left a will on 21 Aug 1758; proved Aug 1763.
         Known children of Hannah Harrison and Armistead Churchill
    include:
                     i. William Churchill; b. 24 Feb 1726; m. Elizabeth
                        Carter, daughter of Col. Charles Carter and Mary
                        Walker, 1751.
                        He resided at 'Wilton', Middlesex Co., VA. He
                        resided at 'Bushy Park', Middlesex Co., VA.
     

                              Generation Seven

    13.  Hon. William Bassett (Bridget6Cary, Miles5, John4, William3,
    Richard2, William1); b. 1671; m. Joanna Burwell, daughter of Hon.
    Lewis Burwell and Abigail Smith, 28 Nov 1693; d. 11 Oct 1723.
         He resided at 'Eltham', New Kent Co., VA. He was a member of the
    House of Burgesses from 1693 to 1702 at Virginia. He was a member of
    Council from 1702 to 1723 at Virginia.

         Joanna Burwell was born in 1674/75. She resided at 'Carter's
    Creek', Gloucester Co., VA. She died on 7 Oct 1727.
         Known children of Hon. William Bassett and Joanna Burwell
    include:
                     i. Martha Bassett; b. 28 Dec 1694; m. Col. Gawin
                        Corbin, son of Hon. Henry Corbin and Alice
                        Eltonhead; 3rd wife.
        16.         ii. Col. William Bassett, b. 8 Jul 1709; m. Elizabeth
                        Churchill.

    14.  Col. Wilson Cary (Miles6, Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2,
    William1); b. 1702; m. Sarah, prob. Pate, daughter of John Pate, by 20 Jan
    1728/29; d. 28 Nov 1772 at 'Ceeleys', Elizabeth City Co., VA.
         He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, England. He was an
    attorney. He and Sarah Pate resided at 'Ceeleys', Elizabeth City Co.,
    VA. He and Sarah Pate resided at 'Rich Neck', Warwick Co., VA. He left
    a will on 10 Oct 1772 at Elizabeth City Co., VA; proved 25 Feb 1778.

         Sarah Pate was born circa 1710. She died in Sep 1783.
         Known children of Col. Wilson Cary and Sarah Pate were as
    follows:
        17.          i. Mary Cary, b. 1733; m. Edward Ambler.
        18.         ii. Ann Cary, b. 1735; m. Robert Carter Nicholas.

    15.  Martha Cary (William6, Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2,
    William1); b. 1686; m. Edward Jaquelin, son of John Jaquelin and
    Elizabeth Craddock, 1706; 2nd wife; d. 1738.

         Edward Jaquelin was born in 1668 at Kent, England. He married
    Rachel; 1st wife, 2nd husband. He resided at Jamestown Island, VA. He
    immigrated in 1697 to Virginia. He was a member of the House of
    Burgesses from 1712 to 1714 at Virginia. He died on 9 Nov 1739.
     

                              Generation Eight

    16.  Col. William Bassett (William7, Bridget6Cary, Miles5, John4,
    William3, Richard2, William1); b. 8 Jul 1709; m. Elizabeth Churchill,
    daughter of Col. William Churchill and Elizabeth Armistead, 29 Jan
    1729; 1st husband; d. 1744?.
         He resided at 'Eltham', New Kent Co., VA. He was a member of the
    House of Burgesses between 1743 and 1744 at Virginia.

         Elizabeth Churchill was born circa 1709. She resided at 'Eltham',
    New Kent Co., VA. She died on 16 Apr 1779 at 'Eltham', New Kent Co.,
    VA.
         Known children of Col. William Bassett and Elizabeth Churchill
    include:
                     i. Elizabeth Bassett; b. 13 Dec 1730; m. Gov.
                        Benjamin Harrison V, son of Col. Benjamin Harrison
                        IV and Anne Carter.
                        She resided at New Kent Co., VA.

    17.  Mary Cary (Wilson7, Miles6, Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2,
    William1); b. 1733; m. Edward Ambler, son of Richard Ambler and
    Elizabeth Jaquelin, 1754; d. 1781.

         Edward Ambler was born in 1733. He resided at Jamestown, VA. He
    died on 30 Oct 1767 or 30 Oct 1768.

    18.  Ann Cary (Wilson7, Miles6, Miles5, John4, William3, Richard2,
    William1); b. 1735; m. Robert Carter Nicholas, son of Dr. George
    Nicholas and Elizabeth Carter, 1751; d. 1786.
         She resided at 'Ceeleys', Elizabeth City Co., VA.

         Robert Carter Nicholas was born "1-28-1728" at Hanover Co., VA.
    He was graduated at William and Mary College, Williamsburg, VA. He was
    a judge. He was Treasurer of the Colony at Virginia. He died on 8 Sep
    1780 at Virginia.