All of this in Virginia.
An interesting discussion can be found in the May 1, 1910, Richmond Times Dispatch:The article is on the Baytop Family, but contains information on Otho Thorpe:
"Baytop:This is the history of a family transplanted from Kent co, England, to Gloucester County, Virginia, in which, although there are hundreds of descendants on the distaff side, there have been but 16 male members with the family name BAYTOP from 1638 to the date of the death of the last of the name in Gloucester County, VA.
"THOMAS BAYTOP (1) and his wife PELL (2), were living in Tenterden, Kent co, England, in 1638, when she was left a legacy in the will of her great-uncle, Stanhope Bigges of “Cranbrooke,” co Kent, England, who mentions…. “My cousin (nephew) Pell’s children, viz:John, Elizabeth, Richard, and Thomas Baytop’s wife.”John Bigges (brother of Small hope Bigges) in his will, 1640, mentions “Elizabeth Pell living with me, and by Cousin Baytop’s wife, of ‘Tenterdent.’”(For these two Bigges’ wills see “Water’s Genealogical Gleanings in England.”)
"Of these, John Pell became a “citizen and cooper of London,” and married HANNAH THORPE, “niece and heir-at-law of OTHO THORPE, merchant, of London,” and of that Thorpe family which came to York County, VA in 1701.John and Hannah (Thorpe) Pell made an “indenture with James Whaley, merchant, of York County, VA (of the second part), and Captain John Page of Virginia, gentleman; Colonel Philip Ludwell, Jr. of James City, merchant; and Benjamin Harrison, Jr. of Middle Plantation, Esq. (of the third part); John and Hannah Pell, inconsideration of 5 shillings, discharge James Whaley of their claims in the land and dwelling house which he now lives in – 150 acres – called “Queen’s Creek Quarter,” and 200 acres called “Powhatan,” and other lands in Virginia, which descended to Hannah as niece and heir at law of OTHO THORPE, deceased; consideration £130, and James Whaley paying the rent of “one earn of Indian corn on the feast of St. Michael the Arch-Angel.”These lands had been left to James Whaley by KATHERINE, widow of THOMAS THORPE, who at the time of her death, 1695, was his promised wife.OTHO THORPE, in his 1686 will, had left these lands to Thomas and Katherine Thorpe, and in 1695, OTHO’S widow, FRANCES, now wife of John Annesley, brought suit against James Whaley through her lawyer.John Grice, for the same (York County Records, 1691-1701).John Grice was a nephew of Otho Thorpe, and to whom he bequeathed his plantation in Virginia called 'Tullis’s Neck'.”
The article states that Otho Thorpe had been High Sheriff of York County, 1679, and Burgess, 1682, and was twice married.But I believe he married 3 times.
This newspaper article has further interesting details about the Thrope, Baytop, Pell, and Bates family in Virginia.If anyone is interested in more information from the article, let me know.