Ann, I was at my local library yesterday and I came upon a book that I had never noticed before:VESTRY BOOK OF HENRICO PARISH, VA. 173-1773 BY DR RA BROCK.As I was looking for Hatchers, of course up came the Alldays.The quote is as follows:The line between Frans. Redford and John Allday.Prefent - the faid Allday and his two sons, John and Thomas Allday.April 1, 1740...Proaffioned started Jan 1736.The line between Nicholas Giles and John Allday and Tho Allday and John Giles.....All between Filly's Breek and Cornelious from the river back as far as the Seven Pines Road and as low as the southern branch bridge.Line between David Burton, John Alday Jr, Tho Allday and Nicholas Giles Jr. (I forgot to write down the date for this one). (*note on the above, it seems that the author used"f" for"s").If you remember the other deeds I posted you know that John Alday purchased 162 acres on Cornelius Creek in 1697.Also in 1712 he is mentioned as having land bounded by Cornelius Creek and John & Nickolas Giles.So since a John Allday ends up with the land at Cornelius Creek I think we can be sure that this is John Allday, son of John Allday and Elizabeth Perrin.Now we also know that this John has two sons named John and Thomas. From the wording of the above it would seem that the sons are of age.This would mean John Allday(2) married around 1716.I think this also means that this John is the one who in 1744/5 signs over land at Sampsons Slash (which came from his mother, Elizabeth Perrin) to his daughter Mary and her husband John Williams. I think the John and Thomas Allday who died in the late 1750's & early 1760's were prob be the John and Thomas of the above, in the third generation.Let me know what you think.