In the previous post, it was stated that William and Elizabeth came here in 1652 with his aunt Anna Bernard - Ok can buy that to a point; BUT, which of the following, from the same book, is correct? And if you will note there is a Frances already here in either 1651/52 - not 1654 as presumed birth of the Frances who married Cooke...Unless, the Frances is the Frances Ire/Irne/Ironmonger b. about 1628 in Dublin Ireland who could poss be a sister of William? a cuz???
Cavaliers 7 Pioneers, by Nugent. Page 211
Patent Book No 2
Mrs. Anna Bernard, 1000 acres Northumberland Co. 3 April 1651 p 306. Upon the S. side of Potomeck Riv., beg. on the S. side of a marsh& small cr. upon the Ewd. side of the Upper Matchotiq River, adj. land called Thomas Pebes (of Peakes) land. Trans. of 20 persons: Mr. Richard Bernard, Mrs. Anna Bernard, Mrs. Elinor Corderoy, Eliza Barnett, Cordery Barnett, Richard Barnett, William Cordery, Edward Cordery, Wm. Ironmonger, Fra. Ironmonger, Eliza. Ironmonger, Eliza. Percy (or Perry), Eliza. Ashton, John Smith, Thomas Shield, Joseph Bacon, Ann Whitlock, John Fuller, Leonard Lett, Henry Fabin.
Cavaliers 7 Pioneers by Nugent p 278.
patent book No 2
Mrs Anna Barnett 700 acres Gloster Co., 2 July 1652 p 204.
part thereof upon the head of Jones his Cr., Ely. upon Rappanhannock horse path, Sly. upon land of Col. Richard Lee & Hugh Doudinge (?), & Wly. upon sd. Cr. & opposite land of Samuel Sollace; the other 300 acres abutting N.W. upon land of Capt. Lee, dec'd., & S.W.upon Mr. William Prior dec'd. Tran. of 20 persons: Mr. Richard Barnett, Mrs. Anna Barnett, Ellinor Corderoy, Eliza Barnett, Cordery Barnett, Richard Barnett, Wm. Cordroy, Edwd. Cordroy, Wm. Ironmonger, Fra. Ironmonger, Eliza.Ironmonger, Eliza. Parry, Isabell Ashton, John Smith, Thomas Field, Joseph Bacon, Anne Whitelock, John Fuller, Leo. Lett, Henry Fablett.
Would appreciate some input on this as I come from the Cooke/Buckner marriage thatwas produced by the Cooke/Ironmonger --