Name: Anthony Steptoe
ALIA: Anthoney /Steptoe/
Birth: 1653 in Middlesex, England
Death: 1709 in Lancaster co., VA, USA
Immigration: BEF 1697 to Lancaster co., VA, USA
COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE Southern States of America
ANTHONEY STEPTOE, of Lancaster Co., Va., b. 1653, in Middlesex Co., England; d. 1709, in Lancaster Co., Va.; the third son of Sir Philip Steptoe; came to the Colony from Cudrig, England, in 1676, and was living in Lancaster Co., Va., in 1697. He m. in England, Lucy Stephen, who died in England. Issue:
Ancestry.com. Colonial Families in the Southern States[database online]. Orem, UT: MyFamiliy.com, Inc., 1997. Original data: Hardy, Stella Pickett. Colonial Families of the Southern States of America: A History and Genealogy of Colonial Families Who Settled in the Colonies prior to the Revolution. Baltimore, MD: Southern Book Co., 1958.
Combining narrative history with genealogy, this work lists valuable information for oversixty family groupings and thousands of individuals. Devoted entirely to prominent southern families which settled in the American colonies prior to the Revolutionary War, entries often include the location in England where the family came from, land grants, lines of descent, and often occupation.
Subject: Anthony & Patience STEPTOE, 1653, Middlesex, UK; Sir Philip STEPTOE; John COSSENS
The Ship, "Isaac & Benjamin," under command of Mr. John Plover,sailed from England to Virginia, arriving between 1675 and 1697, carrying Anthony STEPTOE, Patience STEPTOE, and John COSSENS (among others). Anthony Steptoe reportedly was born in 1653, in Middlesex County, England, and died in 1709 in Lancaster County, Virginia. Anthony is reported to have been the third son of Sir Philip STEPTOE, reportedly of Cidrig/Cudrig/[Goodrich?], near Bishop's Walton, in Hampshire, UK. Anthony Steptoe married Lucy Stevens or Stephens who died before 1678 in England. Children of John Steptoe and Lucy Stephens include: John STEPTOE, born circa 1673 in England, and Judith Steptoe, born circa 1675 in England. Anthony Steptoe may have been indentured to John Cossens and served him for a period of six years, prior to 1697. The John Cossens to whom Anthony Steptoe may have been indentured for six years reportedly also was from Cidrig/Cudrig, near Bishop's Walton, in Hampshire. Not clear how Patience Steptoe may have been related to Anthony Steptoe. Seeking background and additional information on the Steptoe Family & Cossens Family in England, circa 1675.
Regards, George H. Stevens; 705 Gleneagles Drive; Fort Washington, MD 20744-7012, USA.
Ancestral File #: 5240
LDS Baptism: status: SUBMITTED
Endowment: status: SUBMITTED
_UID: A187431CC52455449E41DE0B1481AD748750 Sealing Spouse:
Father: Philip Steptoe b: BET 1623 AND 1627 in England
Lucy Stephens b: ABT 1651 in England
- John Steptoe b: 1673 in England
- Judith Steptoe b: ABT 1680 in Northumberland co., VA, USA