Your Thomas is not in my line I do not think.Here are some things at the beginning for my Thomas.At the end are other Gary's that may be in your line.I have no Bush in this early line.There is another fellow searching for a Gary family with a Bush.
Look at this thread: http://genforum.genealogy.com/gary/messages/419.htmlhttp://genforum.genealogy.com/gary/messages/419.html
The exact date of Thomas Gary's will is lost as well as the will itself. The inventory, by Bernard Sykes, Richard Huekland and David Goodgame, 11 Aug. 1759, William Gary executor of the will. On 6 June 1759, John Gary of Martin's Brandon Parish, Prince George Co., VA., of the one part, to Josiah Gary, of the same Parish, for natural love and affection for my brother, Josiah Gary, a tract of land on Warwick Swamp and Butler's Branch, said land having belonged to Thomas Gary, deceased, who was a brother of John Gary and Josiah Gary and was devised to said Thomas Gary, deceased, by his father, William Gary, deceased, by the last will and testament bearing date 22 Nov. 1745, recorded in Prince George Co., VA.; wit. William Gary, William Wright and Mary Gary, deed recorded 12 June 1759. The William Gary Ex., probably a brother or his uncle, and Mary, who may have been his sister, daughter, or his wife. This may be the Thomas Gary who acquired land in Edgecombe Co., N.C., became ill and returned to Prince George Co., VA.
Descendants of William Gary
1William Gary1701 - 1765married+Unknown
........2Thomas Gary1720 - ...........+Sarah
...................3William Gary1740 - +Sarah Cate
........2Richard Gary1722 -
........2Josiah Gary1724 - ........
........2John Gary1726 - 1803
...................3Thomas Gary1752 - ....... 2Mary Gary1728 -............+James Cate
........2William Gary Jr1725 - 1783 ....+Boyce Gee
...................3Mary Gee Gary1773 - 1835 Smith Cotton1762 -1855
Here are some other Gary's in that time frame:
Spouse: Gary, William Jr.
Gee, Boyce Marriage Date: 15 Aug 1765
Spouse: Gary, William
Weaver, Lucy Marriage Date: 27 Aug 1783
Spouse: Gary, Nancy
Underhill, Howell Marriage Date: 01 May 1784
Spouse: Gary, John
Weaver, Sally Marriage Date: 04 Mar 1786
Spouse: Gary, Benjamin
Underhill, Mary Marriage Date: 15 Jan 1789
Spouse: Gary, Richard
Malone, Lucy Marriage Date: 01 Jan 1795
I have no "Bush" in my files on this family.
WILL of another William Gary:
"I give and bequeath to my son William Gary, after his mother's death, the plantation and land on which I now dwell, a cross cut saw, set of troopers arms, a mare and the first filly which she brings, I give to my daughter, Sarah Gary, the cow that was called his cow before, a feather bed, and furniture, after his mother's decease, and a set of coopers tools and that my said son be eighteen years old. I give and bequeath to my daughter, Mary Gary, my great chest, two dishes, a deep one and a flat one, two plates, a cow and spice mortar and pestle. I give and bequeath to my daughter, Elizabeth Gary, two cows, two dishes, a deep one and a flat one, two plates and my best table. I give unto my son, John Gary, a feather bed and furniture, my gun, a cow, two dishes, a deep one and a flat one, two plates, a mare called Typsy, and the first mare filly she brings to be given to my daughter, Mary Gary, and to be hers at age 18 years old. To my son, Richard Gary, a feather bed and furniture, a cow, a horse colt, two dishes, a deep one and a flat one, two plates, a carrabine, and to be of age 18 years old. All not mentioned in this will to be my wife's and, at her decease, to be equally divided among my five children, viz: Sarah Gary, Mary Gary, Elizabeth Gary, John Gary, and Richard Gary.
I appoint my loving wife, Ex. of this my last will; wit. Wm. Reese, Richard Reese and Phillip Cloud. Inv.
13 Aug. 1716: stock, three feather beds, furniture, two great chests, one small table, ten deep dishes, eighteen pewter plates, a pewter platter, pewter tankard, fourteen pewter spoons, one great brass kettle, two brass skillets, one brass mortar and pestle, a brass candlestick, two iron pots, and iron pestle and ___ made of iron, a frying pan, six chairs, one meal barrel, one water pail, one washing pail, four old pewter porringers, one earthen jug, a loom, harness and set of coopers tools, a hand saw, a carpenter set and an adze, an old troopers saddle, a set of pistols and holsters, a musket, a carbine, a new hunting saddle, a sword, one looking glass, a bottle and six barrells. (This strongly indicates he was in the British Military Service.)."
Sarah Gary, securities, Francis Mallory and Joseph Carter.
(Since the daughter Sarah was not of age to witness this inventory, but the wife was, I think the wife's name may also have been Sarah)