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  1. Katherine ROYALL: Birth: Abt 1640 in Henrico County, Virginia. Death: 10 Oct 1686 in Henrico County, Virginia

  2. Joseph ROYALL: Birth: 1646 in Virginia. Death: 7 May 1722 in Doghams, Plantation, Henrico Co, Virginia


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Sources
1. Title:   Sims Kin, History and Genealogy: The Descendants of William Symes of Poundsford and Related Families
Note:   Source Media Type: Book
Publication:   1982
Author:   B.L. & r.J. Owens
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RepositoryId:   R2937
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2. Title:   Ancestors of American Presidents
Note:   Source Media Type: Book
Publication:   New Eng Hist. Gen. Soc., Boston, MA, 1989
Author:   G.B. Roberts
Name:   Not Given
Givenname:   Not Given
RepositoryId:   R2937
Addressname:   Not Given
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3. Title:   Compendium of American Genaelogy
Page:   878
Note:   Source Media Type: Book
Author:   F. A. Virkus
Name:   Not Given
Givenname:   Not Given
RepositoryId:   R2937
Addressname:   Not Given
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4. Title:   Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 27, 1917
Page:   411
Note:   Source Media Type: Magazine
Publication:   32 (1924)
Name:   Not Given
Givenname:   Not Given
RepositoryId:   R2937
Addressname:   Not Given
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5. Title:   Compendium of American Genealogy
Page:   31
Note:   Source Media Type: Book
Publication:   Volume 2
Author:   F. A. Virkus
Name:   Not Given
Givenname:   Not Given
RepositoryId:   R2937
Addressname:   Not Given
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Notes
a. Note:   NI573957
Note:   Will of Katherine Royall Isham Wills of Henrico Co Va. To Grandson William Randolph, L 20, To Grandson Henry Randolph, L5 To grandaughter Mary Randolph and Elizabeth Randolph, each [but leaves out the amount] All such money is now in hands of son in law William Randolph. Residue of money in hands of my son in law William Randolph to go to my daughters Mary Randolph and Anne Epes equally. The above two daughters to divide what is in my trunk and each to have two silver salt cellars. To Mary Randolph, my wedding ring, best featherbed, my best silver tankard, and 15 shillings to buy mourning ring To grandson Joseph Royal, one servant named John Townes, for the time hehas to serve, and my small silver tankard To every child of my son Royall, two silver spoonsTo loving son Joseph Royal, my best Tankard. To grandson Richard Dennis, one of best cows and 2 silver spoons. To grandson Isham epes, my negro man Dick. To grandson Francis epes, my best silver tankard but one. To Child my daughter Anne Epes now goes with,my largest silver porringer and great cupp. My sealed ring, great hoop ring, pair of silver clasps and silver bodkin to daughter Anne Epes. To grandson Richard Perrin, 1 feather bed and furniture. To granddaughter Sarah Royal, a yearling heifer. To grandaughters Katherine Farrar, Mary*, Sarah, and Anne Perrin each 2 silver spoons and to Katherine Farrar, l guinney, and to Anne Perrin, one silver porringer. To grandaughter Sarah Dennis, 2 silver spoons and 1 pr. of dowlass sheets. To 2 daughters Sarah Wilkinson and Katherine Perrin*. all my wearing clothes. To loving friend Mary Parker, 6 ells of best dowlass and as much of finest serge to make a gown and petticoat To granson Maiden Marshall, 1 heifer, two years old. To my son Joseph Royall, all my land. All my crop of corn to the executors, except enough to buy 2 gravestones one to cover me and other my dec'd dear husband All the rest to be divided between my four children: Sarah Wilkinson, Joseph Royall, Katherine Perrin* and Anne Epes, and to each 15 shillings for mourning ring. Executors: son Joseph Royall and son in law Francis Epes. My body to be buried near my dear husband on my own plantation. Dated Oct. 10, 1686 Wit: John Worsham, Nath. Hill, Littlebury Epes Probated Dec 1, 1686


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