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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Elizabeth Bradshaw: Birth: BET 1669 AND 1705. Death: WFT Est. 1670-1763

  2. William [1690\98] Larner Bradshaw: Birth: BET 1690 AND 98 in Henrico Co, Va. Death: 1747 in Cumberland County, VA

  3. William Larner Bradshaw: Birth: 1690 in Henrico County, Virginia. Death: 16 APR 1747 in Goochland County, Virginia

  4. John (I, first) Bradshaw: Birth: ABT 1690 in Prince George County, Virginia. Death: BET 1731 AND 1788 in Amelia County, Virginia

  5. Larner Bradshaw: Birth: 1692 in Henrico County, Virginia. Death: 18 DEC 1758 in Goochland County, Virginia

  6. John Bradshaw: Birth: 1695 in Henrico Co., VA. Death: AFT 1783 in Amelia Co., Va

  7. Temperance Bradshaw: Birth: 1695.

  8. Larner Bradshaw: Birth: 1700. Death: 18 DEC 1750 in Goochland Co, Va

  9. Elizabeth Bradshaw: Birth: 1702.

  10. Benjamin Bradshaw: Birth: BEF 1720. Death: AFT 1753

  11. Jannor Bradshaw: Birth: 1720 in Henrico Co, Va. Death: 18 DEC 1750


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. William Larner Bradshaw: Birth: 1690 in Henrico County, Virginia. Death: 16 APR 1747 in Goochland County, Virginia

  2. John (I, first) Bradshaw: Birth: ABT 1690 in Prince George County, Virginia. Death: BET 1731 AND 1788 in Amelia County, Virginia

  3. Temperance Bradshaw: Birth: 1695.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. William Larner Bradshaw: Birth: 1690 in Henrico County, Virginia. Death: 16 APR 1747 in Goochland County, Virginia

  2. John (I, first) Bradshaw: Birth: ABT 1690 in Prince George County, Virginia. Death: BET 1731 AND 1788 in Amelia County, Virginia

  3. Temperance Bradshaw: Birth: 1695.

  4. Larner Bradshaw: Birth: 1700. Death: 18 DEC 1750 in Goochland Co, Va

  5. Benjamin Bradshaw: Birth: 1704 in Henrico County, Virginia. Death: 1761 in Goochland Co, Va

  6. Jannor Bradshaw: Birth: 1720 in Henrico Co, Va. Death: 18 DEC 1750


Sources
1. Title:   Internet Notes
2. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AUG 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
3. Title:   v79t1422.ftw
4. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
5. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddrive - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Imported on 14 Mar 2014.

Notes
a. Note:   [072902-2000.ged] These Bradshaw records are from Howard and Lee Ann Propst, 5639 CatherineAve., La Grange, I L 60525. They have done extensive work on theBradshaw, Scruggs, Field, and Jones families an d have published theirwork in newsletters and journals specific to these families. Theearlie st Bradshaw ancestor they have proved is John.
  1688--12 October: John Breidshew, aged 24 years or thereabouts, ...saith...that he the depon t being servant to John Granger did (sometimelast spring on a Sunday morning) see Mary the wi fe of the said JohnGranger say that John Womack had six fletches of bacon in his housebeside s middling and other small meat and had killed but one hogg out ofhis own stock that year. ( Henrico Co. VA 1677-1739, Book 5, p. 10.)
  1688--12 October: John Bradshaw aged 24 years or thereabouts examinedand sworn saith that ab out two days before John Granger's tobacco housewherein was Sam'l Fowlers tobacco was burne d Lain Fowler did say that hadto have John Granger's barn...and that he would bring more dana ge on himthe said Granger than he was aware of and the next day such was...daybefore the hous e was burned. Fowler said to Depont (John Bradshaw) thathe dreamt Mary the wife of John Gran ger had fired the tobacco house andburnt all his tobacco. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1739).
  1688--October Court: John Bradshaw having attended two days as evidencefor John Womack again st Jno Granger has order granted his against Agentye sd. Womack for 80 pounds of tobacco. (H enrico Co. VA Records1677-1739, p. 286).
  1690--Court: Richard Kennon patents 8,000 acres, headrights include:John Bradshaw. (Henric o Co. Va. Records 1677-1739, p. 327).
  1696--1 June: John Bradshaw having attended two days as an evidenceagainst Will Arrington o n be halfe of ffra Reeve judgement is awardedagainst him the sd. Reeve for 80 pounds of tobac co according to the lawwith costs. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1793, Book 3).
  After the above records, no further records seem to exist on this JohnBradshaw; however, ver y shortly the name of Elizabeth Bradshaw surfacesin Henrico County. It is believed that sh e was the wife of John. It isalso believed that Larner, Benjamin, and William of Henrico an d laterGoochland and Cumberland counties and a younger John Bradshaw II were alldescendants o f this John and Elizabeth.
  "Cavaliers and Pioneers" by Nell M. Nugent says Ed Walsh received 900acres for bringing 18 pe ople to Virginia. John Bradshaw was one of them.
  It is yet to be found for sure when and how John Bradshaw arrived in theUnited States. One ac count has John Bradshaw arriving in America in 1687on the ship "Endeavor". Another account o f his arrival as coming fromIreland transported by Richard Kennon in 1683. This account is s omewhatbacked up by court records in Henrico County, Virginia, which show thistransportatio n Kennon did not put in his claim for land until April 1,1690, at which time he put in a clai m for 8,000 acres.
  Henrico Co., Va. Court Orders 1678 - 1693: pg 362 April 1, 1690 There isdue to Mr. Richard K ennon , 8000 acres for importation of ...... JohnBradshaw....... The list includes 89 white s and 70 Negroes. Ages as given by deposition in county records in 1688 - 1697 Book, Henrico Co., Va. October 1 2 1688, pg 10 John Bradshaw, 24. This puts hisbirth year at 1664.
  There is also an account that John, the 4th child of Ralph and Rachelsailed from England wit h his brother James, and his brother-in-law,Admiral William Crispin around 1680. They stoppe d over in Barbados, wherethe Admiral died, and they went on to Philadelphia, where their cous in,William Penn, was presiding. Some researchers then maintain that he wenton after a bit t o Henrico County, Virginia. There, he surrounded himselfwith people of the same names that ap peared with his family back inEngland: Robinson, Marham, Radcliffe, etc.[072902-2000.ged]
  These Bradshaw records are from Howard and Lee Ann Propst, 5639 CatherineAve., La Grange, I L 60525. They have done extensive work on theBradshaw, Scruggs, Field, and Jones families an d have published theirwork in newsletters and journals specific to these families. Theearlie st Bradshaw ancestor they have proved is John.
  1688--12 October: John Breidshew, aged 24 years or thereabouts, ...saith...that he the depon t being servant to John Granger did (sometimelast spring on a Sunday morning) see Mary the wi fe of the said JohnGranger say that John Womack had six fletches of bacon in his housebeside s middling and other small meat and had killed but one hogg out ofhis own stock that year. ( Henrico Co. VA 1677-1739, Book 5, p. 10.)
  1688--12 October: John Bradshaw aged 24 years or thereabouts examinedand sworn saith that ab out two days before John Granger's tobacco housewherein was Sam'l Fowlers tobacco was burne d Lain Fowler did say that hadto have John Granger's barn...and that he would bring more dana ge on himthe said Granger than he was aware of and the next day such was...daybefore the hous e was burned. Fowler said to Depont (John Bradshaw) thathe dreamt Mary the wife of John Gran ger had fired the tobacco house andburnt all his tobacco. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1739).
  1688--October Court: John Bradshaw having attended two days as evidencefor John Womack again st Jno Granger has order granted his against Agentye sd. Womack for 80 pounds of tobacco. (H enrico Co. VA Records1677-1739, p. 286).
  1690--Court: Richard Kennon patents 8,000 acres, headrights include:John Bradshaw. (Henric o Co. Va. Records 1677-1739, p. 327).
  1696--1 June: John Bradshaw having attended two days as an evidenceagainst Will Arrington o n be halfe of ffra Reeve judgement is awardedagainst him the sd. Reeve for 80 pounds of tobac co according to the lawwith costs. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1793, Book 3).
  After the above records, no further records seem to exist on this JohnBradshaw; however, ver y shortly the name of Elizabeth Bradshaw surfacesin Henrico County. It is believed that sh e was the wife of John. It isalso believed that Larner, Benjamin, and William of Henrico an d laterGoochland and Cumberland counties and a younger John Bradshaw II were alldescendants o f this John and Elizabeth.
  "Cavaliers and Pioneers" by Nell M. Nugent says Ed Walsh received 900acres for bringing 18 pe ople to Virginia. John Bradshaw was one of them.
  It is yet to be found for sure when and how John Bradshaw arrived in theUnited States. One ac count has John Bradshaw arriving in America in 1687on the ship "Endeavor". Another account o f his arrival as coming fromIreland transported by Richard Kennon in 1683. This account is s omewhatbacked up by court records in Henrico County, Virginia, which show thistransportatio n Kennon did not put in his claim for land until April 1,1690, at which time he put in a clai m for 8,000 acres.
  Henrico Co., Va. Court Orders 1678 - 1693: pg 362 April 1, 1690 There isdue to Mr. Richard K ennon , 8000 acres for importation of ...... JohnBradshaw....... The list includes 89 white s and 70 Negroes. Ages as given by deposition in county records in 1688 - 1697 Book, Henrico Co., Va. October 1 2 1688, pg 10 John Bradshaw, 24. This puts hisbirth year at 1664.
  There is also an account that John, the 4th child of Ralph and Rachelsailed from England wit h his brother James, and his brother-in-law,Admiral William Crispin around 1680. They stoppe d over in Barbados, wherethe Admiral died, and they went on to Philadelphia, where their cous in,William Penn, was presiding. Some researchers then maintain that he wenton after a bit t o Henrico County, Virginia. There, he surrounded himselfwith people of the same names that ap peared with his family back inEngland: Robinson, Marham, Radcliffe, etc.
  [072902-2000.ged]
  These Bradshaw records are from Howard and Lee Ann Propst, 5639 CatherineAve., La Grange, I L 60525. They have done extensive work on theBradshaw, Scruggs, Field, and Jones families an d have published theirwork in newsletters and journals specific to these families. Theearlie st Bradshaw ancestor they have proved is John.
  1688--12 October: John Breidshew, aged 24 years or thereabouts, ...saith...that he the depon t being servant to John Granger did (sometimelast spring on a Sunday morning) see Mary the wi fe of the said JohnGranger say that John Womack had six fletches of bacon in his housebeside s middling and other small meat and had killed but one hogg out ofhis own stock that year. ( Henrico Co. VA 1677-1739, Book 5, p. 10.)
  1688--12 October: John Bradshaw aged 24 years or thereabouts examinedand sworn saith that ab out two days before John Granger's tobacco housewherein was Sam'l Fowlers tobacco was burne d Lain Fowler did say that hadto have John Granger's barn...and that he would bring more dana ge on himthe said Granger than he was aware of and the next day such was...daybefore the hous e was burned. Fowler said to Depont (John Bradshaw) thathe dreamt Mary the wife of John Gran ger had fired the tobacco house andburnt all his tobacco. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1739).
  1688--October Court: John Bradshaw having attended two days as evidencefor John Womack again st Jno Granger has order granted his against Agentye sd. Womack for 80 pounds of tobacco. (H enrico Co. VA Records1677-1739, p. 286).
  1690--Court: Richard Kennon patents 8,000 acres, headrights include:John Bradshaw. (Henric o Co. Va. Records 1677-1739, p. 327).
  1696--1 June: John Bradshaw having attended two days as an evidenceagainst Will Arrington o n be halfe of ffra Reeve judgement is awardedagainst him the sd. Reeve for 80 pounds of tobac co according to the lawwith costs. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1793, Book 3).
  After the above records, no further records seem to exist on this JohnBradshaw; however, ver y shortly the name of Elizabeth Bradshaw surfacesin Henrico County. It is believed that sh e was the wife of John. It isalso believed that Larner, Benjamin, and William of Henrico an d laterGoochland and Cumberland counties and a younger John Bradshaw II were alldescendants o f this John and Elizabeth.
  "Cavaliers and Pioneers" by Nell M. Nugent says Ed Walsh received 900acres for bringing 18 pe ople to Virginia. John Bradshaw was one of them.
  It is yet to be found for sure when and how John Bradshaw arrived in theUnited States. One ac count has John Bradshaw arriving in America in 1687on the ship "Endeavor". Another account o f his arrival as coming fromIreland transported by Richard Kennon in 1683. This account is s omewhatbacked up by court records in Henrico County, Virginia, which show thistransportatio n Kennon did not put in his claim for land until April 1,1690, at which time he put in a clai m for 8,000 acres.
  Henrico Co., Va. Court Orders 1678 - 1693: pg 362 April 1, 1690 There isdue to Mr. Richard K ennon , 8000 acres for importation of ...... JohnBradshaw....... The list includes 89 white s and 70 Negroes. Ages as given by deposition in county records in 1688 - 1697 Book, Henrico Co., Va. October 1 2 1688, pg 10 John Bradshaw, 24. This puts hisbirth year at 1664.
  There is also an account that John, the 4th child of Ralph and Rachelsailed from England wit h his brother James, and his brother-in-law,Admiral William Crispin around 1680. They stoppe d over in Barbados, wherethe Admiral died, and they went on to Philadelphia, where their cous in,William Penn, was presiding. Some researchers then maintain that he wenton after a bit t o Henrico County, Virginia. There, he surrounded himselfwith people of the same names that ap peared with his family back inEngland: Robinson, Marham, Radcliffe, etc.[072902-2000.ged]
  These Bradshaw records are from Howard and Lee Ann Propst, 5639 CatherineAve., La Grange, I L 60525. They have done extensive work on theBradshaw, Scruggs, Field, and Jones families an d have published theirwork in newsletters and journals specific to these families. Theearlie st Bradshaw ancestor they have proved is John.
  1688--12 October: John Breidshew, aged 24 years or thereabouts, ...saith...that he the depon t being servant to John Granger did (sometimelast spring on a Sunday morning) see Mary the wi fe of the said JohnGranger say that John Womack had six fletches of bacon in his housebeside s middling and other small meat and had killed but one hogg out ofhis own stock that year. ( Henrico Co. VA 1677-1739, Book 5, p. 10.)
  1688--12 October: John Bradshaw aged 24 years or thereabouts examinedand sworn saith that ab out two days before John Granger's tobacco housewherein was Sam'l Fowlers tobacco was burne d Lain Fowler did say that hadto have John Granger's barn...and that he would bring more dana ge on himthe said Granger than he was aware of and the next day such was...daybefore the hous e was burned. Fowler said to Depont (John Bradshaw) thathe dreamt Mary the wife of John Gran ger had fired the tobacco house andburnt all his tobacco. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1739).
  1688--October Court: John Bradshaw having attended two days as evidencefor John Womack again st Jno Granger has order granted his against Agentye sd. Womack for 80 pounds of tobacco. (H enrico Co. VA Records1677-1739, p. 286).
  1690--Court: Richard Kennon patents 8,000 acres, headrights include:John Bradshaw. (Henric o Co. Va. Records 1677-1739, p. 327).
  1696--1 June: John Bradshaw having attended two days as an evidenceagainst Will Arrington o n be halfe of ffra Reeve judgement is awardedagainst him the sd. Reeve for 80 pounds of tobac co according to the lawwith costs. (Henrico Co. Records 1677-1793, Book 3).
  After the above records, no further records seem to exist on this JohnBradshaw; however, ver y shortly the name of Elizabeth Bradshaw surfacesin Henrico County. It is believed that sh e was the wife of John. It isalso believed that Larner, Benjamin, and William of Henrico an d laterGoochland and Cumberland counties and a younger John Bradshaw II were alldescendants o f this John and Elizabeth.
  "Cavaliers and Pioneers" by Nell M. Nugent says Ed Walsh received 900acres for bringing 18 pe ople to Virginia. John Bradshaw was one of them.
  It is yet to be found for sure when and how John Bradshaw arrived in theUnited States. One ac count has John Bradshaw arriving in America in 1687on the ship "Endeavor". Another account o f his arrival as coming fromIreland transported by Richard Kennon in 1683. This account is s omewhatbacked up by court records in Henrico County, Virginia, which show thistransportatio n Kennon did not put in his claim for land until April 1,1690, at which time he put in a clai m for 8,000 acres.
  Henrico Co., Va. Court Orders 1678 - 1693: pg 362 April 1, 1690 There isdue to Mr. Richard K ennon , 8000 acres for importation of ...... JohnBradshaw....... The list includes 89 white s and 70 Negroes. Ages as given by deposition in county records in 1688 - 1697 Book, Henrico Co., Va. October 1 2 1688, pg 10 John Bradshaw, 24. This puts hisbirth year at 1664.
  There is also an account that John, the 4th child of Ralph and Rachelsailed from England wit h his brother James, and his brother-in-law,Admiral William Crispin around 1680. They stoppe d over in Barbados, wherethe Admiral died, and they went on to Philadelphia, where their cous in,William Penn, was presiding. Some researchers then maintain that he wenton after a bit t o Henrico County, Virginia. There, he surrounded himselfwith people of the same names that ap peared with his family back inEngland: Robinson, Marham, Radcliffe, etc.
b. Note:   LeGrande Family Tree Entries: 105706 Updated: 2008-07-28 00:57:28 UTC (Mon) Contact: Thomas Read AAAAFileNotes for file information. */** Total Ancestors (45568) ** Deadends (8487) Individuals 77462 Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Public Profile | Add Post-em # ID: I08981 # Name: Elizabeth Pleasants # Sex: F # Birth: 1676 in Curles Neck, Charles City Co., VA # Death: BET. 1751 - 1752 in Henrico Co., VA
  Father: John * Pleasants b: 27 FEB 1643/44 in Prob Norwich, Norfolk, England Mother: Jane * Larcome b: 29 NOV 1638 in Curles, Henrico Co., VA
  Marriage 1 James Cocke b: 11 JAN 1665/66 in Bremo, Henrico, VA
  * Married: 11 JAN 1690/91 in Henrico Co., VA * Note: Another source gives marriage 10 Jan 1689/90 Children
  1. Has No Children James Cocke b: 1692 in Curles, Henrico Co., VA 2. Has No Children Agnes Cocke b: 1696 in Curles, Henrico, VA 3. Has Children Elizabeth Pleasants Cocke b: ABT. 1697 source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=tmebl&id=I08981]
  added: 06aug2008
c. Note:   Rev. Entries: 31464 Updated: 2010-01-17 21:41:10 UTC (Sun) Contact: Ed Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Download GEDCOM | Public Profile | Add Post-em ID: I16290 Name: John BRADSHAW Sex: M Birth: 1664 in Goochland, Virginia, USA Death: 1711 in Henrico,New Kent,Virginia
  Father: William BRADSHAW b: 1648 in Goochland, Virginia, USA Mother: Ann MUMFORD b: 1640
  Marriage 1 Elizabeth REEVES b: 1668 in Henrico,New Kent,Virginia
  Married: 1687 in Henrico,New Kent,Virginia Children
  Has Children Benjamin BRADSHAW b: 1690 in Henrico,New Kent,Virginia source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=edbrewer&id=I16290&style=TABLE
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