Note: horse"Bonnie" won against "Wat". In 1698 he settled at Osborne's, a communityon the James River, some 12 miles from Bermuda Hundred. He m Mary Fieldthat year in Henrico Co VA, where the marriage record identitied him asthe son of Thomas and Mary Jefferson. He purchased several parcels ofland in Henrico Co VA, the first being 167A from William Byrd in 1699. Heand his partners were granted lands there: in 1704 they were granted628A, and in 1718 they were granted 1500A. He served Henrico Co asjustice of the peace 1714-1734, as sheriff 1718-1719, and was a captainin the militia. He made his will 15Mar1725, naming his children. The willwas proved Apr1731 in Henrico Co. He m 1) Mary Field 1698 in Henrico Co.Their children were born in Henrico Co: Abstract of the Will of ThomasJefferson To son Field, mourning ring worth 20 shillings To son Peter, myland on Fine Creek and Manekin Creek If he dies before 21, to my threedaughters, Judith, Mary and Martha. Also, to son Peter, negroes anditems, some of which were bought of Turpin, Joseph Wilkinson and ThomasEdwards. To daughters Mary and Martha, the land I lately bought of GeorgeCarter, the land mortgaged by Grills, and all the rest of estate to besold by Major William Kennon and Henry Wood and then L 10 to be given tomy daughter Judith Farrar and the rest divided between my daughters Maryand Martha. My sister Martha Winn to take care of my daughter Martha andCapt. Henry Randolph to take care of my daughter Mary. If daughters diebefore 21, survivor to get their share and if both die, to daughterJudith Farrar. Son Peter to be executor Dated 15 March 1725 Witnesses:Benjamin Branch, Henry Moody
Note: He owned race horses and, in 1697 in Chesterfield Co VA, his
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