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THE RANSDELL FAMILY

Revised 3 Mar 2001
CONTENTS (Use + and number to search)
+2   Edward Ransdell (bc 1646?)
+3   Edward Ransdell  (dc 1724)
+4   Elizabeth Ransdell (dc 1742)
+5   John Ransdell (s/o Edward d1724)
+6   Edward Ransdell (d1773)
+7   Wharton Ransdell  (d1758)
+8   William Ransdell (d1776 Fauquier)
+9   Wharton Ransdell (d1786 Fauquier)
+10 William Ransdell (Mercer County, Kentucky)
+11 Sarah Ransdell (Wife of Joseph Pierce)
+12 Hannah Ransdell (1758 d/o William of Fauquier)
+13 Military Records
+14 Census Records
+15 Marriage Records
+16 Foxall family


+2==========Edward Ransdell [II]==========

Edward Ransdell  B: About 1646 in VA.  
Mentioned in St. Mary’s Co, MD in 1661 and 166? (Archives of
Maryland, Fol 53, p631, Vol 57, p283)
Wife: Unknown.  I have found no data to support Elizabeth Rannow 
as Edward's wife.
No other information at this time.

+3==========EDWARD RANSDELL [III]==========

Edward Ransdell was born in 1672 in St. Mary's Co., MD. He
was a Carpenter in 1699/1700 in Westmoreland Co., VA. He
signed a will on 6 Feb 1723 in Westmoreland Co., VA. probated
1 May 1724, filed 24 Jun 1724. He died in Jun 1724 in ,
Richmond Co., VA. In 1700 Abraham Ethell bound himself as
apprentice to Ransdale for 6 years as carpenter, cooper and
Joyner. Abraham had to promise not to get involved with any
woman and to make corn and Ransdale promised to provide him
apparel, diet, lodging, and tools. 
=====
1st Wife: Mary Gorham (1415).  was born in 1676 in
Westmoreland, Orange Co., VA. She died in 1718. Bound to
Henry Wharton in 1687 when her father MILES was gone from
home. Sometimes referred to as Mary Wharton for this reason.  

Note: From “Thornton of Richmond County, Virginia and
related families, James, Willis, Ransdell, Redman, Cox, Stwell,
Alford, Williams, Curtis, Obert”, pp. 14-16, Historical Southern
Families, No. 12, 1968, publ. by J.B. Boddie.  “Some effort has
been made to find the parentage of Mary, wife of Edward
Ransdell, but without success. The name of her eldest son would
indicate that she was a Wharton, but the scattered references to
Whartons in Westmoreland, Richmond, and Northumberland
Cos. offer no clue. In view of this, it is a fairly plausible
hypothesis that Mary Ransdell may have been identical with a
Mary Gorham, daughter of Miles and Susannah Gorham of
Westmoreland Co., who was bound out by her mother to Henry
Wharton April 12, 1687 until she could be 17 (O.B. 1675/6 -
1688/9, p. 561). Henry Wharton and his wife Elizabeth had no
children, and it is possible that Mary Gorham was fond of them
and named her first son for the family where she had passed her
adolescent years. The father, Miles Gorham, although he owned
land, seems to have been a somewhat erratic character, who
absented himself from his home from time to time. He and his
first wife Alice Gorham, appear in the Northumberland Co.
records as early as 1659 (Northumberland Record Book,
1658-66, pp. 35 and 39). They had one son, John Gorham, who
had been bound out to serve Capt. John Rogers in
Northumberland Co. during his father's absence, and was
returned to his father April 19, 1676 (Northumberland Co. O.B.
1666-78, p. 134). John Gorham died in Westmoreland Co. in
1699; he apparently married a daughter of Thomas Moore, who
made a deed of gift to his son, John Gorham, in 1693 (O.B.
1690-98, p. 111; O.B. 1698-1705, p. 72a; D. and W. No. 8, p.
10a; D.& W. No. 10, pp. 161-2). The last appearance of Miles
Gorham's first wife, Alice, was on Aug. 30, 1671, when she and
her husband deeded land in Westmoreland Co. (D. & W.
1665-77, p. 70). Miles Gorham was married by July 2, 1675 to
his second wife, Susannah (same, p. 240). He left the county
again about 1686, and his wife Susannah Gorham bound out her
children, Michael and Susannah Gorham to Robert King (O.B.
1675/6-1688/9, p. 528), and her daughter Mary to Henry
Wharton in 1687, as above. Miles Gorham appears to have
returned to Westmoreland Co. some time after this, for Henry
Wharton sued him in 1690 (O.B. 1690-98, p. 36); his wife
Susannah died somewhere about this time, and he married (3)
Winifred ____. Miles died in 1693, his widow Winifred being
appointed his administratrix, and Thomas Walker being her
security (O.B. 1690-98, p. 105). There may have been some
connection of the Gorhams with Thomas Walker (see section on
Walker in the article on the Asbury family), for Thomas Walker
was the trustee of the deed of gift from Thomas Walker to John
Gorham, son of John in 1693.
=====
2nd Wife: Amy ? Kelly, widow of Captain Kelly.  She was
named in his will.
=====
WESTMORELAND COUNTY WILLS
Will of EDWARD RANSDELL, 1 May 1724; 24 June 1724. 

Still, tools, gun, hogs, etc., to son Wharton; sons John and
Edward bed and furniture each; my wife's plantation in
Rappahannock; wife Amy the estate which formerly did
belong to her first husband Capt. John Kelley, bed, tobacco,
household furniture and bee hive; the orphan of Capt. John
Kelley; Elizabeth Jeffreys; dau. in law Mary Kelley 1 heifer;
Nicholas Stephens; to William Longworth suit and clothing; son
Wharton exr; daus. Elizabeth Talbott and Milicent Longworth
residue of estate.

+4==========ELIZABETH  RANSDELL==========

Daughter of Edward Ransdell (d1724).   Her will was dated 6
Apr 1742 and probated 3 May 1742.  She Left her estate to her
son, Jesse Thornton.

+5==========JOHN RANSDELL==========

John Ransdell, son of Edward Ransdell (d1724) moved to
Orange Co with his brother in law Luke Thornton. He was in
Orange Co in 1753, 1755, and 1758. About 1769 his children
were ordered to be bound out since he was a poor man. 

+6=========EDWARD RANSDELL (d1773)==========

Edward signed the Leedstown Resolves in Westmoreland County
in 1766.  According to Bob Moore, there is proof that he is the
son of Wharton and Ursula. (See section +7).
=====
From Fauquier County in the Revolution p41: “Others who
signed at Leedstown in 1776 and later turned up in Fauquier
County included ..... Edward Ransdell and ... . All were heirs of
Fauquier land or had family interests there.
=====
Will of Edward Ransdell
Westmoreland County 19 Jun 1773/30 Nov 1773
Wife: Elizabeth
Daughter: Elizabeth Davenport, wife of James Davenport
Brother: Wharton
Nephew: Presley, son of Wharton
Brother: William
Nephew: Edward, son of William
=====
Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778 p17 by Gott: “16 &
17 Sep 1761. Lease and release. Between Augustine
Washington, Edward Ransdell & William Bernard of
Westmoreland Co., Gent., surviving trustees of Robert Vaulx,
late of Parish of Washington, W’land Co., Gent., dec’d and
Thomas Chilton, Cople Parish, Gent., .. same Vaulx purchased
of Laurence Debutts, late of Province, Maryland, dec’d., .. 11 &
12 Jun 1745 .. 1475 a. .. Vaulx made his will 5 Aug 1754:
Imprimis: I give unto my friend John Elliott, 400 a. of land in
Prince William Co. ..... I devise to John Bushrod, Augustine
Washington, Edward Ransdell and William Bernard .. in trust to
be sold for the payments of my debts, .... Signed: Augustine
Washington, Edward Ransdell, William Bernard. Wit. Fox
Sturman, Elizabeth Ransdell, Thomas Chilton Jr., Edward
Ransdell Jr. Receipt to Thos. Chilton from August Washington,
dtd. 16 Sep 1761, same witnesses as above. Rec. 24 Sep 1761,
prov. by o. of Foxhall Sturman, Thos. Chilton, Junr. and Edward
Ransdell Jr. [Note: According to his will, Edward Ransdell
(d1773) did not have a son named Edward Jr. The reference to
Edward Jr. then indicates that Edward (d1773) was the son of
Edward (d1723).] ... [Note also that Wharton (d1755) owned
Debutts land.]

+7==========WHARTON RANSDELL [I](d1758)==========

Wharton born about 1696 in Westmoreland County was the son
of Edward Ransdell [III]  He was probably the eldest son. In
1749, he gave the bulk of his land in Prince William County.to
his elder sons William and Wharton. He died 6 years later in
1755 and named sons Wharton, William and Edward (land) and
daughter Sarah Elliott Pierce (land in Stafford County). William
received the remainder of his father’s land in Prince William.
Note: Stafford County was formed from Westmoreland County
in 1664, Prince William County was formed from Stafford
County in 1730 and Fauquier County was formed from Prince
William in 1759.
=====
He was on a grand Jury in 1717., was Justice of Westmoreland
County and signed a petition to divide Fauquier Co., VA about
1759 .
=====
Wharton’s Wife Ursula Presly ?

Excerpts from “Genealogies of Virginia Families” (The Preslys
of Nortumberland): Wharton’s wife was Ursula Presly. They
were married sometime between 1713 and Jan 1720. Ursula
Presly was the widow of Daniel Neale and daughter of Col. Peter
Presly (son of William Presly and Jane Newman) and Elizabeth
Thompson (d/o Richard and Ursula Thompson). David Neale
was born in Northumberland about 1680 and died in 1713.
Children: Hannah Neale, Presly Neale, Christopher Neale of
Prince George Co, MD, Thomas Neale of Fairfax Co., Rodham
Neale, Frances Neale.[Thomas, Rodham and Frances may be
children of Christopher.]

Note (from Bob Moore): The Keach article on the Presleys calls
Mrs. Ursula  Bish (Bysshe) Thompson, grandmother of Ursula
Presley, the daughter of Philip Bish of Bristol. This is probably
incorrect. She was probably the daughter of Wm. Bysshe of co.
Surrey and was a relative of William Claiborne, for whom her
husband Richard Thompson worked on Kent Island in Md. I
found Ursula Bysshe's ancestry in an English publication at the
Library of Congress. Ursula Bysshe's brother Roger had a
daughter who married a Shelley, and they were the ancestors of
the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley.

=====
Wharton’s Wife Sarah Elliott ?

Will of Sarah Monroe, 1739, Westmoreland County
Son John Elliott; [She must have been married to an Elliot before
a Monroe?]
Daughter-in-law Sibella Elliott; [John’s wife?]
Grandson John Elliot one negro boy; [John and Sibella’s son?]
Grandson Spence Monroe 12 shillings;
to Mr. Wharton Ransdell 3 shillings for pair of gloves; [Sarah’s
husband?]
Daughter Sarah Ransdell [Wharton’s wife??]
My five grand children
Elisabeth [Sturman?]
Sarah [Sturman?]
Martha Sturman 
Thomas Ransdell [Wharton and Sarah’s son? Not named in
Wharton’s will]
Sarah Elliott Ransdell [Wharton and Sarah Elliott Ransdell’s
daughter?]
Exr. John Elliott
=====
*** From Bob Moore:
Foxall, from "FOXALL-VAULX-ELLIOTT" by Mary Hope
West and Juliet Fauntleroy  Virginia Magazine of History and
Biography, vol. 44 (1936), pp. 61-67, 255-256, 151-159, vol. 46
(1938), p. 163-164 Ambrose Foxall of Birmingham, England,
tanner, d. Birmingham, Co. Warwick, 1670, m. Mary _____.
 
1. JOHN FOXALL, m. MARTHA _____, emigrated to Virginia
and had issue. He came first to Maryland, where on July 27,
1665, he entered headrights there for himself, his wife Martha,
child Mary and others of other names. The next year, on 20 Oct.
1666 he received a grant for 850 acres and on 10 Oct. 1667, 
assigned his rights to Rice Jones of St. Mary's Co., Md. At that
time he was called "of Westmoreland Co., Va." He lived in
Westmoreland Co. on Pope's Creek, where he was called in one
deed, "merchant." In their Sturman article, the same authors say
John's wife is Sarah Butler. 
   a. Mary Foxall, b. 1665, England, eldest child, m. (1) Robert
Vaulx, b. 1651, d. by 27 May 1685. The name is sometimes
spelled in records as Valks,  which probably gives some
indication of its pronunciation. Mary m. 
      (2) Alexander Gorges,
      (3) Edward Duddleston, 
      (4) Caleb Butler. Caleb Butler's only child, Jane, d. 1728, m. 
Augustine Washington, father of George, who was, however, by
the second wife, Mary Ball. 
      (1) Robert Vaulx. 
      (2) James Vaulx. 
      (3) Elizabeth Vaulx.
 
   b. John Foxall, d. unm., before 30 March 1698. 
   c. Sarah Foxall, d. 1739, Westmoreland Co., Va., m. (1) John
Elliott, will wr. 1707, pr. 1708, (2) Spence Monroe, whose first
wife was Eleanor Spence, dau. of Patrick Spence and Dorcas.
Sarah had no children by Monroe. This is not the Spence
Monroe who was an ancestor of Pres. James Monroe, but it is a
close relative. (The Monroes also first settled in Md.) 
      (1) John Elliott m. Sibella Higgins, dau. of John Higgins 
      (2) William Elliott, d. 1726, leaving widow Mary. 
      (3) Sarah Elliott m. (1) William Sturman, (2) Wharton
Ransdell (See below Sturman) 
   (a) Thomas Ransdell 
   (b) Sarah Elliott Ransdell, b. ca. 1737, d. 1785, m. Joseph 
Peirce Sr., son of William Peirce, b. 1698, d. 1733 and Sibella ?.
      [1] Ransdell Peirce, b. ca. 1770, d. 1853. Lived in Lancaster
Co., Va. He married (1) Ann Graham, dau. of John Graham, in 
Lancaster Co., Va.., 17 Nov. 1794, (2) 28 Apr. 1847,
Westmoreland Co., Va., Nancy G. Barnes. Besides Joseph he
had five other children. 
         [a] Joseph Peirce, b. 1800, m. Alice Martin Tapscott and 
had Ella C. Peirce who m. Ralph Henry Chilton. 
            [2] Martha Peirce, mentioned in will of her mother, m.
Thomas Hill. 
            [3] Sabella Peirce m. Thomas Chilton 
         (4) Mary Elliott m. Nicholas Muse. 
         (5) Martha Elliott m. Jordan Weedon. 

2. Ambrose Foxall, m. Barbara _____. He had John, Abraham,
William, and Barbara. 
3. Abraham Foxall, d. ca. 1672, Dublin, Ireland. No children. 
4. Mary Foxall, m. (1) _____ Hodgetts, (2) _____ Price. Had a
dau. Deborah Price. 
5. Hannah Foxall, m. _____ Wilkinson after 1671. 
*** End
=====
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY DEED BOOK 1748-1749
Gift from Wharton Ransdell, pp 186-187 

KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WHARTON
RANSDELL of the County
WESTMORELAND gent: have for the Natural love and
affection I have for my dutifull Sons WHARTON RANSDELL
and WILLIAM RANSDELL give unto them as followeth 

First reserving to myself the use of One hundred acres of land in
Prince William County on BUTTONS BRANCH during my life
and afterwards to my two Sons herebefore mentioned & their
heirs forever, 

And then I give part of a tract of land to my Son WILLIAM
RANSDELL which I
purchased of Capt. THOMAS BARBER on and near CEDAR
RUN in Prince William County containing Three hundred and
fifty acres bounded beginning at a Corner of the said Land near
MR. SCOTT’s Quarter and from thence along the division line
between this land and the land of Mr. FRANCIS THORNTON
to where it crosses BUTTONS BRANCH to a white Oak at the
mouth of it near CEDAR RUN thence down a line of marked
trees crossing the points near the Low growns of the said Run to
a white Oak on a point thence crossing the Low growns and Run
to a white Oak at the mouth of BARBERS BRANCH thence
along a line of marked trees up the said Branch to the line of
RICHARD GRUBBS then along said GRUBS line to a red Oak
on the top of a hill thence down a line of marked trees to a Beach
on CEDAR RUN in the line of MR SCOTT thence up the said
Run to the first beginning To Have and To Hold the said land to
my said Son WILLIAM RANSDELL his heirs and assigns
forever. 

Next to my Son WHARTON RANSDELL give Four hundred &
Twenty acres of land being the part of that parcel of land I
purchased of Capt. THOMAS BARBER on and near CEDAR
RUN abovesd the rest of which I have given to my Son
WILLIAM RANSDELL abovesd. To Have and To Hold the
said land to him my said Son WHARTON RANSDELL his heirs
and assigns forever 

In Confirmation I have set my hand and seale this Fifth day of
April 1749 in presents of RICHARD HAMPTON, GEORGE
NEAVILL, JOHN RALLS, ROBERT ASBEE WHARTN.
RANSDELL

At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 24th day of
April 1749 This Deed of Gift from WHARTON RANSDELL
gent to WHARTON RANSDELL JUNR. and WILLIAM
RANSDELL was proved by the oaths of GEORGE NEAVILL
gent., JOHN RALLS & ROBERT ASBEE three of the
Witnesses thereto to be the act and deed of the said Wharton and
is admitted to record
=====
WESTMORELAND COUNTY WILLS
Will of WHARTON RANSDALL, 10 June 1755; 25 Apr. 1758. 

Son Edward land; dau. Elizabeth Elliott Pierce land in Stafford
and 20 s.; son Wharton a negro and my clothes; son William land
on Cobbler Mountain Prince William Co.; wife (unnamed)
personal estate.
=====
Virginia Colonial Abstracts
Captain Peter Presly. On motion of Danl McCarty Esq in behalf
of Mr. Wharton Ransdale and Charnock Cox, Col. Peter Presley
came into Court and made oath that he wrote Capt. Peter
Presley’s will and that the dec’d intended to give his negroes not
bequeathed to his two sisters Ursula Ransdale and Mary Cox. 21
Jan 1719/1720 6.353 Presly, Peter Junr. Deceased. Will
presented by Ursula Ransdell and Mary Cochs his exors and
proved by oaths of witnesses: Rd Haynie Jr, Jno Bridgman and
Jas Magoon 19 Nov 1718 6.296

+8==========WILLIAM RANSDELL [I](d1776)==========

William was probably the eldest son of Wharton [I] (d.1755). He
lived in Fauquier County, Virginia. His wife was Mary Chilton,
daughter of Thomas Chilton and Jemimah Cooke.
=====
Will of WILLIAM RANSDELL, SENIOR 3 July 1776 

“Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia 1759-1800 Pages
289-290: 

...beloved wife: use of my whole Estate during her natural life &
after her death as follows: ...Wharton-my Mansion house and
plantation thereunto belonging-1/3 of my whole Tract of Land 
...Thomas and William - the remaining part of my Tract of Land
- my desire that my Mill be kept for the use of my plantation and
my three sons upon the Tract of land  ...If my son Wharton
should die that then the land and plantation divided to him shall
devolve unto my son Thomas & the land devised unto him be
equally divided between my two sons Edward & Chilton
Ransdell ...If either of my two sons Thomas or William die the
Land devised to them be equally divided between my two sons
Edward and Chilton Ransdell ...All my Negroes, Stock,
Houshold furniture to be equally divided between all my
Children after the death of my wife according to Justice and
Equity 

Executors: loving sons: Wharton, Thomas and William 
Signed:Will'm Ransdell, Sen'r.
Witness: Benjamin Ashby, John Marshall, Ju., John Ritchie
Proved: 29 October 1776, on o. of John Marshall, Ju., John
Ritchie. Cert. to obtain probate granted to Thomas and William
Ransdell
=====
In his father’s will, William received land in Prince William
County on Cobbler’s Mountain. This land may have fell in
Culpeper County or on the Fauquier-Culpeper line. (Fauquier
was formed from Prince William; Culpeper was formed from
Orange). From Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778, p5
by Gott: “pages 78-82. 19 Nov 1759.  Lease and release.
Between Benjamin Ashby and Hannah his wife and Robert
Ashby, Gent. ... in consideration of a certain tract of land in
Culpeper County .. 50 acres near the Cobler Mountains and on
the Branch of Goose Creek ... beginning .. by Main Road ..
corner to land of Turner, dec’d. .. Tree of Mr. William Ransdell 
=====
From Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778, p5 by Gott:
“pages 62-65: 23-24 Mar 1760. Lease and release. Between
William Ransdal and Mary his wife and Robert Ashby ..L70 ..
200 acres, being part of a larger tract purchased by Wharton
Ransdell from the Exors. of Mr. Burgess of Lancaster County,
dec’d. Signed William Ransdell, Mary Ransdell. Rec:27 Mar
1760. Ack. by William and Mary, who was privily examined.
=====
The Virginia Genealogist (The Chilton Families): On 23 Mar
1760, William Ransdell and Mary his wife of Hamilton Parish
sold 200 acres to Robert Ashby. ... Mary Ransdell was
charged with 350 acres on the Fauquier County land tax book of
1783. The next book showed her with only 82 acres and
transferred 268 acres to Aquila Dyson. The deed affecting this
sale was made on 27 Oct 1783 by Thomas Ransdell for L200
and did not describe the land as being part of the estate of
William Ransdell deceased or of Mary Ransdell. Chilton Ransdell
and Susannah his wife of Fauquier County relinquished all rights
to 50 acres sold to Benjamin scott by his late brother Wharton
Ransdell and 8 acres 28 square polws sold Scott by Thomas
Adams and on 29 Sep 1807 they conveyed to Thomas Adams
for $200 a tract of 157 acres formerly the property of William
Ransdell deceased, which was conveyed by Wharton Ransdell to
Thomas Adams, excepting 8 acres 28 poles.

The Virginia Genealogist (The Chilton Families): Thomas
Chilton died in 1765 ... He confirmed to his daughter Mary
Ransdell five Negroes in her possession and also gave her
another Negro for life with reversion to his grandson Chilton
Ransdell.
=====
These are the children of William Ransdell and Mary Chilton
with comments from a letter by Bob Moore.

(1) Thomas Ransdell. Probably the Thomas Ransdell who d. ca.
Sept. 1796 with his estate administered by Chilton Ransdell with
Orrick Chilton and William Ball Jr. as Chilton's securities (see
Alcock's Fauquier Families). Difficult to distinguish him from
his cousin Thomas, son of Wharton. He left orphans John and
Maria, minors in 1809. He is probably the one who m. Mary 
(Morehead?) Ransdell 8 Nov. 1786. 
 
Thomas was named in his father’s will.  [From “The Virginia
Genealogist”, The Chilton Families: Thomas Ransdell was
appointed an officer in the Virginia Continental line and served
to the end of the war. He was recorded as entitled to land as a
captain from Jul 1776 to 4 Mar 1783. In Sep 1796, Chilton
Ransdell was granted administration on the estate of Thomas
Ransdell and gave bond for $6000 with Orrick Chilton and
William Ransdall as his securities. He was at the same time
appointed guardians of Maria and John Randsdell, only heirs of
Thomas.]

(2) William Ransdell. He could be the one who d. ca. 1788,
Fauquier Co.  (See, p. 290, Fauquier Families, 1759-1799,
where Turner Morehead was granted administration of that
William's estate.  William was named in his father’s will.

(3) Wharton Ransdell, living 1790, apparently died unm. See p.
290, Alcock's  Fauquier Families, where there is mention in
June 1792 of the selling of the estate of Wharton, son of William
and Mary to pay debts. It is assumed that he was the Wharton
whose heirs were involved in the 1809 court case against 
Wharton Ransdell's heirs.  He was named in his father’s will. 
Wharton sold 157 acres, part of the lot devised to him by his
father William Ransdell on 25 Nov 1789. He conveyed another
50 acres to Benjamin Scott on 8 Apr 1790.  I believe him to be
the bondsman for his sister Hannah’s marriage in 1779.

(4) Chilton Ransdell, d. 1808 Fauquier Co., Va. (see Fauquier
Will Book 4, pp. 516-17), m. 13 Jan. 1792, Fauquier Co., Va.,
cousin Susanna Chilton, dau. of William Chilton (Mary Chilton
Ransdell's brother) and Sarah Orrick.   He was named in his
father’s will.  

On 24 Apr 1787 he purchased 423 acres from George Fowke.
(Deed Book 17, pp 407-409, proven 24 Jul 1809; Wharton is
also named as grantee.). He m. Jan 1792, Susanna Chilton. He
died in 1808 leaving a will dated 21 Apr 1808 and proved 24 Oct
1808 in which he directed 200 acres of his plantation should be
sold to pay his debts and give the remainder of his estate to all of
his children, reserving 1/3 to his wife Susanna. He named his
wife executrix and friends William Chilton and William Bower
executors.

(5) Edward Ransdell. Mentioned in 1773 will of uncle Edward
and in his father's will. Not mentioned in the suit regarding his
brother Wharton's heirs. 

(6) Stephen Ransdell. Resided in Fauquier. Probably unmarried. 
He was mentioned in the suit regarding Wharton's heirs.  He was
not named in his father’s will but was named in the Mark
Anthony Chilton letter ..... They (the children of William and
Mary) were all very respectable with the exception of Stephen
and Ursula.  Stephen was a resident of Fauquier County and died
leaving John Ransdell his only heir (Ransdell v. Hunton).

(7) Mary Ransdell, apparently married, 5 Jan. 1789, Fauquier
Co., Va., John Clarke. Neither she nor any of her sisters were
mentioned in her father's will.  She was named in the Mark
Anthony Chilton letter as a daughter of William and Mary.

(8) Ursula Ransdell.  She was mentioned in letter from Mark A.
Chilton to Robert H. Chilton ...  They (the children of William
and Mary) were all very respectable with the exception of
Stephen and Ursula.    Ursula was cited by Dorman in his
Chilton family history and in the suit regarding heirs of brother
Wharton. 

(9) Sally Ransdell, m. 26 Sept. 1786, Fauquier Co., Va.,
Nathaniel Gray and  apparently died soon afterwards. Not named
in the suit regarding heirs of brother Wharton.

(10) Elizabeth (Betsy) Ransdell, m. 18 March 1789, Fauquier
Co, Virginia, Nathaniel Gray.  She was named in the 1809 court
case. and was named in the Mark Anthony Chilton Letter.

(11) Hannah Ransdell.  She was not named in her father’s will
nor was she named in the 1843 letter by Mark Anthony Chilton.
She was however named with other children of William and
Mary in  an 1809 court case in Fauquier, Catesby Graham vs.
among others  "representatives" of Wharton Ransdell, dec'd.
Also named as reps were Wm. Moore & Hannah, his wife,
Nathaniel Gray & Eliz. his wife; William Ball and Mary his wife;
Chilton Ransdell, Stephen Ransdell, Ursula Ransdell; John &
Maria (under 21), orphans of Thos Ransdell, dec'd, then listed
last were John & Lucy his wife.  [Being named first, she may
have been the eldest child.]
Hannah was born 22 Oct 1758 in Fauquier County and married
William Moore, an officer in the Revolution, on 08 Jan 1779 in
Fauquier County.  Wharton Ransdell, probably her brother, was
bondsman for the marriage.  The Moores moved to Fayette
County, Kentucky about 1790.  Hannah died Oct 1810. 
In a 1783 Fauquier deed William Moore’s  lands adjoined those
of Thomas Ransdell and Wharton Jr.

(12) John Ransdell m. Nov. 1792, Lucy Chilton, b. 20 Dec.
1773. Moved to  Henry Co., Ky. by 1809.  He was not named in
her father’s will nor was she named in the 1843 letter by Mark
Anthony Chilton.  [Note:  The MAC Letter says that there were
six sons but then names only five.]  He was however named with
other children of William and Mary in a lawsuit (See Hannah
above). 

=====
Excerpt from a letter written12 July 1843 by Mark Anthony
Chilton to his cousin Lieutenant R.H. Chilton, U. S. Drgs. at
Fort Gibson. “Dear Sirs: A few days ago I returned from a visit
to Ohio and Western Virginia, to which places I was about
setting out when your letter of the 13th of March, 1843, came to
hand. Since reaching home I have been afflicted with a bad cold
which has prevented me from answering you sooner. Before I
proceed to relate to you such parts of our Family History which
have come to my knowledge, I must premise that I am the
youngest child of the youngest son of my grandfather, Thomas
Chilton. When my father died, who was the last surviving son of
my grandfather, I was about three years of age. Consequently, I
could not have derived any invention from my uncles, neither
have I at any time had access to the family records, as they, by
the entail law, pertained to the eldest branch of the family. The
only information which I have obtained has been from our Aunt
Mary Ransdell a lady of estimable character, from my mother,
and from my sisters, brothers and cousin ....... My aunt, Mary
Chilton, married William Ransdall of Westmoreland County,
Virginia and moved to Fauquier, where she died. She had six
sons and three daughters, viz.: Thomas, William, Wharton,
Chilton (who married your Aunt Susan), Stephen, Elizabeth,
Mary and Ursula.  They were all very respectable with the
exception of Stephen and Ursula.” 

[Note by D.Fox: Mary Ransdell is quoted as the source of this
Ransdell history. She died aboaut 1789, 54 years before this
letter was written. Mark Chilton, the author of the letter was11
years old when she died.  Hannah Ransdell Moore left Virginia
for Kentucky about 65 years before Mark’s letter was written.  In
other words, it is highly feasible and highly probable that Hannah
could have been forgotten when Mark Anthony Chilton wrote his
genealogy.]

+9==========WHARTON RANSDELL [II](d1786)==========

He is believed to be the son of Wharton [I] (d1755) and brother
of William [I] (d1776) . According to Bob Moore, his wife may
be Margaret Barrow.
=====
Will of WHARTON RANSDELL of the County of Fauquier
and Parish of Leeds  Date: 27 January 1786

Children: William Ransdell, Anne Morehead, Margaret Ransdell
and Sarah Ransdell - equally share in 1/2 of the proceeds from
the sale of a Tract purchased of Archibald Allen and Two Tracts
more purchased of John Debutts, 1,000 acres.

Thomas - to receive the other half of the proceeds arising from
sale of above lands - reserving L20 currant money for the
education of my Grandson Charles Morehead Ransdell and
Wharton Ransdell .

Son-in-law: Cadwallader Slaughter - Negroes
Son Edward - Negro
Son John - Negroes
Son William - Negroes, smith tools, one feather bed
Daughter Ann Morchead - Negroes 
Son Thomas - Negroes, wearing apparel, big still, silver watch,
one best bed and furniture. 
Daughter Sarah Ransdell - Negroes, one best bed & furniture 
Son Wharton - Negro, a cow and calf, bed & furniture, set of
Joiners tools and a table 

Grandsons Charles Morehead Ransdell and Wharton Ransdell a
Tract of land in Jefferson County that I purchased of
Cadwallader Slaughter - 500 acres. "... if either my sons William
Rannsdell or Thomas Ransdell or my Dau. Sarah Ransdell
should die without lawful issue their estate be equally divided
among the surviving heirs of William, Thomas, Anne Morehead
and Margaret Ransdell." 

Executors: Charles Chilton, Elias Edmonds, Thomas Ransdell,
Sr., William Ransdell, Jr., and Thomas Ransdell, Jr.  Signed:
Wharton Ransdell Witnesses: Nathaniel Gray, John Green, Jr.,
Dan'l. Gray, Wharton Ransdell, Enoch K. Withers.  Totol Eval:
L295.18.7 Returned: 26 August 1776 Proved: 26 June 1786 by
o. of Daniel Gray, Wharton Ransdell, and Enoch K. Withers. 
Three exors. named granted certificate to obtain probate.
=====
From Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778, p50 by Gott:
pages 253-258. 8-9 Apr 1765. Lease and release. Betwee John
Ballentine of Fx. Co. and Wharton Ransdell ...L84.1s.4d ...194
a. in counties of Fauquier and Pr. Wm. corner to sd Ransdell ..
Being in Faquier, being part of a patent granted to the Rev’d
Lawrence Debutts of the Providence of maryland for 2864 a. ...
Rec: 22 Apr 1765, proven by o. of William Ransdell, John
Chilton and John Bell. Signed John Ballentine. Wit: Js. Scott Jr.
Wm. Ransdell, John Chilton and John Bell.
=====
From Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778, p117 by
Gott: pages 215-216: 24 Jun 1771. B&S. Between Wharton
Ransdell, Gent and Margaret his wife and John Churchill, Gent
...L100 .. parcel on both sides of Cedar Run for a mill seat .. 4 a.
.. also 4 more a. which he overflowed by means of building a
dam. Signed: Whart’n Ransdell, Margaret Ransdell. Rec. 24 Jun
1771.
=====
From Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778, p120 by
Gott: See also pages 249, 250-252, 253-255, 255-257 (all in
1771) for land transactions by Wharton Ransdell and including
witness by William Ransdell.
=====
From Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778, p177 by
Gott: pages 134-135. 
Apprentice Bond. ... Chandler Fowke of Ham. Par., house
carpenter & joiner, apprenticed to Wharton Ransdell of Leeds
Par.for 5 years./s/ Wharton Ransdall. Rec. 26 Dec 1774
=====
From Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778, p208 by
Gott: pages 547-550.B&S (2) 26 Sep 1778. Between Wharton
Ransdell & Robert Sanders and Wharton Ransdell & Joseph
Smith ... near Presley Coxe. /s/ Wharton Ransdell 

+10=WILLIAM RANSDELL of Mercer County, Kentucky=
William Ransdell Land Transfer: Mercer Co, KY Feb 1830
Zachariah Ransdell
Sally Ransdell (deceased) M: John Bohon
Fielding Ransdell
Foxall Ransdell
Patsy Ransdell M: John Potts/Poulter in Orange County
Wharton Ransdell
Nancy Ransdell (deceased) M: [Pierce] Chamberlaine
Elizabeth Ransdell M: John Sandford
Jane Ransdell M: Jacob Vorhise
Polly Ransdell M: William Bourn/Brown
William Ransdell M: [Susan F. Yates, Mercer Co... widow
Elizabeth?]
John Ransdell (deceased) 
Wife: not named. Note: William Ransdell and his wife Nancy to
John Sandford, Mercer
Co., KY, 13 Dec 1797. Wit: Wharton Ransdell, Geo. Threlkeld,
John Ransdale, Pierce
Chamberlain.

+11==========SARAH RANSDELL===========

Thomas Chilton, son of Thomas Chilton and Jemima Cooke, m.
Isabella Pierce d/o Joseph Pierce and Sarah Ransdell.

+12===========HANNAH RANSDELL==========

Hannah Ransdell was born 22 Oct 1758.  She married William
Moore in Fauquier County on 8 Jan 1779.  Wharton Ransdell
was bondsman for the marriage.  William Moore was a sergeant
and lieutenant in the Virginia line in the company of John
Chilton.  Not long after their marriage, William and Hannah left
Virginia to claim William’s bounty land in Fayette County,
Kentucky.  They remained in Fayette County for the rest of their
lives.

William Ransdell (see section 10) and Wharton Ransdell (see
section 9) were the only Ransdell men in Fauquier County of the
right age to be Hannah’s father.  Wharton Ransdell can be
eliminated as Hannah’s father because he named his daughters in
his will and Hannah was not named.  William Ransdell did not
name his daughters in his will and for this reason, I believe that
William Ransdell and Mary Chilton were Hannah’s parents.  A
few minor bits of circumstantial evidence .... (1) Hannah named
one of her sons Chilton (2) Mary Chilton Ransdell’s  only sister
was named Hannah and (3) William Moore and two of his sons
were the witnesses for the sale of 5000 acres of Chilton land in
Fayette County.  William Ransdell died a few years before
Hannah’s wedding and I believe that the Wharton Ransdell who
was her bondsman was her brother Wharton and not her uncle
Wharton.

The family of Mary Chilton Ransdell was described in a letter
written by Mark Anthony Chilton in 1843.  Noticeably, Hannah
was not named.  Mark Chilton wrote that his information came
solely from “our Aunt Mary Ransdall (a lady of estimable
character) from my mother and my sisters, brothers and
cousins”.  Surely, Mary would not leave out one of her own
children.  But, there were extenuating circumstances .... (1) Mark
Anthony Chilton (bc 1777) was only 11 years old when his Aunt
Mary Ransdell died in 1788  and (2) Mark Chilton wrote his
letter in 1843, which was 55 years after Mary Ransdell’s death
and about 63 years after Hannah left Virginia for good.  Given
these circumstances, it is highly feasible and probably highly
likely that Hannah would have been left out.

Family Group Sheet for William Moore and Hannah Ransdell:

WILLIAM MOORE
Born:  3/5 Mar 1753 Louisa Co, Virginia	
Married:(1) 08 Jan 1779 Fauquier Co, Virginia 	
             (2)24 Aug 1812 Fayette Co, Kentucky
Died: 1816-1818 Fayette Co, Kentucky
Buried:
Lived Also: Possibly Culpeper Co, Virginia and Charles Co,
Maryland
Father: Samuel Moore
Mother: Charity Courts

Wife:  (1) HANNAH RANSDELL
Born: 22 Oct 1758 Fauquier Co, VA	
Died: Oct 1810 Fayette Co, Kentucky	
Buried: Fayette Co, Kentucky
Father: William Ransdell
Mother: Mary Chilton

Children:

William

Wharton   b Before 1775   m Polly Browning of Virginia 14 Nov
1803

Thomas R   b Before 1778

Henley

John Whitney   m Mary Grant

Charles Chilton   m Mary Ann Harrison Stone 1821

Samuel Turner   m 1. Emily Tarleton   m 2. Catherine Tarleton

Mary Coates   m James S. Gray 11 Apr 1818

Nancy S.   b Judge Benjamin Young  01 Nov 1811

Elizabeth G.    b 24 Dec 1809   d 17 Mar 1791 Fayette Co, KY  
m Henry Brite18 Jul 1840 
			
Margaret J

James

References:
1) “The Brites of Capote”, Keith	
2) “Early Kentuckians in Missouri”
3) D.A.R. Lineage Book	
4) “Texas Society of the D.A.R.”
5) “The Kentucky Land Grants	
6) “Virginia Colonial Militia”, Crozier
7) Colonial Families of the United States”, Mackenzie
8) “Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol. 6 p202, Vol. 8 PP
312-314
9) “Campbell, Pilcher & Kindred Families”, Pilcher, 1911
10)  “Fayette County Records”, Vol. III, p 80, Vol. V, p210,
p212
11) “Hist. Reg. of Virginians in the revolution”, Gwathmey

Notes:
William Moore served with the Third Virginia Line from
1776 to 1779.  He entered service as a sergeant and was
discharged as a lieutenant.  In 1789, he moved to Fayette
CO, Kentucky, where he received large grants of land for his
service.  Some references give William’s birth as 1747 and
death as 1818. 
William’s father Samuel served in the French and Indian
Wars in 1755.  He was from Charles CO, Maryland and
owned land in Culpeper CO, Virginia in 1753.  Samuel was
Charity Courts’ second husband.  Her first husband was
Samuel Adams of Charles CO, Maryland.
Several children moved to Callaway CO, Missouri:
	- Elizabeth Brite 1813 (To Texas in 1839)
	- Wharton 1819	
	- Samuel T. 1820	
	- Nancy Young 1820
	- Mary Gray 1824
Charles Chilton was a captain in the War of 1812.  His land
was called “Forest Retreat” in Fayette County.		
Will of William Moore, dated 4 Nov 1816.  Names wife
Margaret Moore, Daughter Mary C. Moore, Son Samuel T.
Moore, Son James Moore.  Executors: Sons Thomas R.,
John W. and Samuel T. Moore.  Witnesses: Thomas R.
Moore & John W. Moore.  Probated May Court 1818.
Personal property and slaves appraised at $5499.76 (2 Jun
1818)
Ref (11): Moore, William, Sgt. 3 CL Apr. 10, 1977; Ensign
Aug. 15, 1777; 2nd Lieutenant Oct. 28, 1777; retired May 1779,
died 1818, Awarded 2,666 acres.

+13===========MILITARY SERVICE==========

“Historic Register of Virginians in the Revolution”, Gwathney

Ransdale, Edward, 11 CL
Ransdell, Edward 11 CL

Ransdell, Presley, Sgt., Captain Scott’s Company

Ransdell, Thomas, 3rd Lieutenant 11 CL 31 Jul 1776, 2nd
Lieutenant 6 Feb 1777, regiment designated as 7 CL 14 Sep
1778, transferred to 3rd CL 12 Feb 1781, Captain Oct 1781,
retired 1 Jan 1783, awarded 4944 acres.

Ransdell, Wharton, Fauquier Militia, Ensign 24 Mar 1778, oath
May 1778
Ransdell, Wharton Jr., Captain Scott’s Company
Ransdell, Wharton , Sr., Captain Scott’s Company

Ransdell, William, Fauquier Militia, Ensign 24 Mar 1778, oath
May 1778)
Ransdell, William, Ensign 3 CL 29 Apr 1776,, resigned 23 Aug
1776
Ransdell, William, Captain Benjamin Harrison’s Company of
Volunteers
Ransdal, William, Ensign, issued money 23 Jul 1776 
=====
From Fauquier County in the Revolution p38: “He (Captain
William Edmonds) put together a militia of 70 well trained men,
officially organized 29 Aug 1761, for frontier defense. As 1st
Lieutenant there was nineteen year old Martin Pickett. The 2nd
Lieutenant was William Ransdell and William Norris was
Ensign.”
=====
From Fauquier County in the Revolution p170: We do know,
though, that Captain Blackwell had John Marshall as 1st
Lieutenant, James Wright as 2nd Lieutenant and Thomas
Ransdell, John Chilton’s cousin, as 3rd Lieutenant. The company
was raised in August or September, 1776.”
=====
From Fauquier County in the Revolution p258: John Thomas
Chunn, a private under Scott, became a Major in the Fauquier
Militia. Wharton Ransdell and John Barker, also privates, were
commissioned as ensigns on the March list.
=====
From Fauquier County in the Revolution p258: Of the four
companies added in March, Turner Moorehead was to command
the first with Robert Layton as Lieutenant, Thomas Keith 2nd
Lieutenant and William Ransdell, ensign. (footnote: Turner
Moorehead m.14 Jun 1779, Ann Ransdell, daughter of Wharton
Ransdell.)

+14==========CENSUS RECORDS===========

Virginia Taxpayers 1782-1787 (Fauquier)
John Ransdell 1,4 (poll,slaves)
Wharton 1,3
Wharton 1,5
Captain Wharton 3,16
No other Ransdells in state
=====
1782-1785 Orange County, Virginia Tax Lists (incomplete)
Jessee Ransdell 5,0 Whites, Blacks
John Ransdell 8,0
William Ransdell 11,0
Sanford Ransdell 4,3
=====
1787 Virginia
.o white males 16-21 o blacks 16 + o blacks 16- o horses and
mules o cattle
Orange County
Jno. Ransdell 0 0 0 1 5
Sanford Ransdell 0 0 0 2 7
Wharton Ransdell 0 0 0 1 0
William 0 0 0 2 6
William Jr. (with William)
Fauquier County
William Ransdell 0 6 2 7 8
Thomas Ransdell (with William)
Mary Ransdell 0 2 1 5 6 Non-Tith.
Wharton (with Mary)
Thomas Ransdell Sr. 0 4 4 2 8 

+15==========MARRIAGES==========

Fauquier County, Virginia:
Elizabeth Ransdall Cadwallader Slaughter1 7 Dec 1762 Wharton
Ransdall
Margaret Ransdell Cadwallader slaughter ?
Hannah Ransdell William Moore 08 Jan 1779 Wharton Ransdell
Ann Ransdell Turner Moorehead 04 Jun 1779 Wharton Ransdell
Mary Moorehead Wharton Ransdell 06 Jan 1782 Turner
Moorehead
Sally Ransdell Nathaniel Gray 26 Sep 1786
Mary Ransdell Thomas Ransdell Jr. 08 Nov 1786 Thos. Ransdell
Hannah Ransdall James Bland 01 Dec 1788
Sophia Edmonds Henry Bailis 25 Feb 1788 Thomas Ransdell
Lucy Chilton John Ransdell 28 Nov 1786/92 Thomas Chilton
Mary Ransdell John Clarke 05 Jan 1789
Susannah Chilton Chilton Ransdell 13 Jan 1792 Thomas
Ransdell
Betsey Randell Nathaniel Gray 18 Mar 1789 Thomas Ransdele
Ducinda Collins Joseph Randall Jr. 15 Dec 1824 Presley Moore
Mary Davis Joseph Randell 20 Sep 1824 Joseph Hains
Nancy templeton Richard Randall 28 Mar 1827 Danile mackbe
Mary E. Crump John M. Ransdell 05 Jan 1838 d/o George
Jane T. Dent Horace C. Ransdell 23 feb 1842 d/o william
Sarah R. Gray John Ransdell 06 Apr 1852
=====
Mercer County, Kentucky 
Groom Bride Date 
Chamberlaind, Pierce Nancy Ransdell 16 Mar 1797 
Threlkeld, Daniel Nancy Ransdell 19 Dec 1797 
Ransdell, John Elizabeth Cornwall 06 Aug 1805 
Ransdell, Shelton Amanda Wheeler 13 Jan 1830 
Ransdell, Sanford Margarett Cozine 23 Nov 1835 
Wheeler, Charles C. Mary Ransdell 08 Apr1854 
Ransdell, Jos.Jackson Laura Bell Terhune 25 Feb 1886 

+16==========FOXALL FAMILY==========

Foxall info provided by Bob Moore:  I've added a little bit of
information on the Foxalls. Note that the 1666 appearance
(as given in Archives of Maryland) of Edward Ransdell
was with "Mr. Foxall." This has to be the John Foxall
discussed below. 

Foxall, from "FOXALL-VAULX-ELLIOTT" by Mary Hope
West and Juliet Fauntleroy Virginia Magazine of History
and Biography, vol. 44 (1936), pp. 61-67, 255-256,
151-159, vol. 46 (1938), p. 163-164 Ambrose Foxall of
Birmingham, England, tanner, d. Birmingham, Co.
Warwick,  1670, m. Mary _____. 
1. JOHN FOXALL, m. MARTHA _____, emigrated to
Virginia and had issue. He came first to Maryland, where
on July 27, 1665, he entered headrights there 
for himself, his wife Martha, child Mary and others of other
names. The next year, on 20 Oct. 1666 he received a
grant for 850 acres and on 10 Oct. 1667, assigned his
rights to Rice Jones of St. Mary's Co., Md. At that time he
was called "of Westmoreland Co., Va." He lived in
Westmoreland Co. on Pope's Creek, where he was called
in one deed, "merchant." In their Sturman article, the same
authors say John's wife is Sarah Butler. 
a. Mary Foxall, b. 1665, England, eldest child, m. (1)
Robert Vaulx, b. 1651, d. by 27 May 1685. The name is
sometimes spelled in records as Valks, which probably
gives some indication of its pronunciation. Mary m. (2) 
Alexander Gorges, (3) Edward Duddleston, (4) Caleb
Butler. Caleb Butler's only child, Jane, d. 1728, m.
Augustine Washington, father of George, who was,
however, by the second wife, Mary Ball. 
(1) Robert Vaulx. 
(2) James Vaulx. 
(3) Elizabeth Vaulx. 
b. John Foxall, d. unm., before 30 March 1698. 
c. Sarah Foxall, d. 1739, Westmoreland Co., Va., m. (1)
John Elliott,  will wr. 1707, pr. 1708, (2) Spence Monroe,
whose first wife was Eleanor Spence, dau. of Patrick
Spence and Dorcas. Sarah had no children by Monroe. 
This is not the Spence Monroe who was an ancestor of
Pres. James Monroe, but it is a close relative. (The
Monroes also first settled in Md.) 
(1) John Elliott m. Sibella Higgins, dau. of John Higgins 
(2) William Elliott, d. 1726, leaving widow Mary. 
(3) Sarah Elliott m. (1) William Sturman, (2) Wharton
Ransdell (See below Sturman) 
(a) Thomas Ransdell 
(b) Sarah Elliott Ransdell, b. ca. 1737, d. 1785, m. Joseph 
Peirce Sr., son of William Peirce, b. 1698, d. 1733 and
Sibella ____. 
[1] Ransdell Peirce, b. ca. 1770, d. 1853. Lived in 
Lancaster Co., Va. He married (1) Ann Graham, dau. of
John Graham, in Lancaster Co., Va.., 17 Nov. 1794, (2) 28
Apr. 1847, Westmoreland Co., Va., Nancy G. Barnes.
Besides Joseph he had five other children. 
[a] Joseph Peirce, b. 1800, m. Alice Martin Tapscott and 
had Ella C. Peirce who m. Ralph Henry Chilton. 
[2] Martha Peirce, mentioned in will of her mother, m.
Thomas Hill. 
[3] Sabella Peirce m. Thomas Chilton 
(4) Mary Elliott m. Nicholas Muse. 
(5) Martha Elliott m. Jordan Weedon. 
2. Ambrose Foxall, m. Barbara _____. He had John,
Abraham, William, and Barbara. 
3. Abraham Foxall, d. ca. 1672, Dublin, Ireland. No
children. 
4. Mary Foxall, m. (1) _____ Hodgetts, (2) _____ Price.
Had a dau. Deborah Price. 
5. Hannah Foxall, m. _____ Wilkinson after 1671. 




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