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THOMAS IVEY / IVIE/ IVY /IVYE OF LOWER NORFOLK COUNTY) VIRGINIA 1604- 1654 & SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS (Pedigree File 1168 Loc. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints“ Family History Library”Salt Lake City,Utah.)
Researched & Compiled by Alice Granbery Walter 116 B Pinewood Road Virginia Beach, Va.
GEORGE ARGENT of Hoxton Pariah.- St. Leonard, Shoreditch, co Middx. Eng. b (25V163)
wd 10 Aug 1653 Codicile 27 Feb 1653/4
"to be buried in the Parish Church of St. Leonard, Shoreditch asneere unto my late wife and sonne William Argent as may be"
He named "Cousin" William Argent
Exors: "Cousins" Master John Langley Master John Glascock
He gave Glascock b 10.
"the 1/4 part of all the rest of my plate to the children of my late daughter ANNE IVIE, deceased, which was borne in Va. where she died, to be equally divided betweene them according to the will of JANE BAKER, deceased, their Grandmother"
WAS JANE BAKER the deceased wife of this GEORGE ARGENT? Why would she have any say in where his "Plate" should go?probably by 1605 (dau Ann m. ca 1624)
d bef 1653 Bur in the Pariah Church of St. Leonard, Shoreditch. Was she JANE BAKER7
b deceased in 1653 Grandmother of ANN ARGENT IVY's children in Virginia.
1635 there was a Jane Baker at Stepney 1649 there was a Jane Baker at Stepney Stepney is in the City of London and is close to Shoreditch, Bermondsey where GEORGE ARGENT was from.
Children of George Argent and Jane Baker?
b ddecd 1653 Bur in the Parish Church of St. Leonarda.
b. bef. 1637
"a Tenement situate in Oxton, where I now dwell, for want of her issue to go to her brother George Argent" -bef 1653
_______PORTER (George Argent's will gives: "to my son-in-law HENRY POTTER" b d
"1/3 share of 3/4 of the plate and 1/2 of a 2/3s residue of my Goods"
1656- A deed between GEORGE ARGENT of BERMUDAS in parts beyond the Seas, but then in London, Gent., son of GEORGE ARGENT, late ofHoxton in Parish of Shoreditch, Gent. (London) & HENRY POTTER Citizen & Apothecary of London re relates to land and a very large house inHoxton called the White Hart with signature of George Argent. A: (Caribbeana vol lp23)
JANE ARGENT(was she named for Jane
b bef 1637 d Baker?
to her "1/3 share of 3/4s of the plate, & 1/2 of the 2/3s residue of my Goods" -bef 1653
"to my son-in-law the thirty pounds he owes me"
"a Tenement wherein Master Morrel Goulds Gouldsmith dwelleth situate in Oxton during her life and after her decease to my son George Argent." -bef 1653
He is not Robert Hodge of Lower Norfolk Co. who married Alice Mason dau of Lemuel between 1679-1681. His brother was William Hodge of Exon, Merchant and his mother was Barbara Hodge of Modbury co. , Devon, Eng. HOWEVER;
Robert Hodge of LNc above was the Godfather of Anthony Ivy son ofThomas Vicesimus Ivy, and grandson of ANN (ARGENT) IVY.
b by 1610 (if 14 yrs when married) d before 1653 in Virginia
"the other fourth part of all the rest of myplate to the children of my late daughter, ANN IVIE, deceased, which
were borne in Virginia where she died, to be equally devided betweene them, according to the will of JANE BAKER, deceased, their grandmother"ca 1624
b 1604 36 years in 1640 (E fl p 16) d betw 16 Dec 1654& 25 Jan 1654/5
He came in the "Rebecca" with his wife in 1637 (A f 26a 3N29 & C 119a) 1639/40He bought a parcel of land in Lower Norfolk Co., Va. from Mr. William Julian. (A p 32)
2 Nov 1640- He had transported into the Colony 3 persons: Himselfe & his wife in the Rebecca in 1637 and Wm.
Brown in the Blessing in 1637. (A f26a p 54)
1641-1648 Churchwarden of Eliz. River Parish (2N12,13 &c)
1642- John Towlson patent in Accomack Co. for trans: THO: KEY (IVYE?), ALICE BAKER et als. (Nu 130)
July 1643- Thomas Ivie Constable (A 190)
Apr 1645 -Mr. Mathew Phillips & Mr. Thomas Ivey Churchwardens of Elizabeth River Parish (2N12)
5 Mar 1646/7 Francis Mason sworn High Sheriff and Thomas Ivy sworn Undersheriff in James City Quarter Ct.
1646 -Thomas Ivy to list Tytheab1es from Daniel Tanners Creek downwards to Capt. Willoughby (B p 14)
1647 -Thomas Ivy granted license to keepe an Ordinary (B 60)
May 1648- Thomas Ivy, John Sibsey, & Ri: Conquest High Sheriff signeda memorandum (B 75?)
Jun 1648 -Francis Mason appointed Commissioner for LNc. (1 N3 &B76)
1648- Thomas Ivy Member of the Vestry (B88)
Apr 1649- Trustram Mason sold Thomas Ivy 1/2 of his devident of land, the houses excepted. Dated 2 Nov 1644)
Children of Thomas Ivie and Ann Argent
THOMAS VICESIMUS IVY Capt. & SURGEON
b. ca 1625--1632
wd 21 Sep 1684 wp 17 Oct 1684 (4 f185)
15 Jun 1658- Complainte about ye trust tbe Court placed in George Wright not performing in beha1fe of Thomas Ivy about to be cure of his 1eggs. ..D 149)
16 Jun 1658- The Court out of tender care have agreed with Mr. Richard Cording, Chirurgeon who hath promised to cure Tho: Ivey, an orphants sore and bloerated legge. (D 162)
17 Dec 1660- Thomas Vicesimus Ivy is of age for he is doing businessso born before 1638, however. because of his leggs may not have been able to take care of himself before now? ([) 271)
15 Apr 1662 -COL. JOHN SIDNEY made choice of THOM, IVYE for his Undersherlff, (D 342)
17 Nov 1663- Thos. Vic. Ivy in an item about a death signs as a Chirurgeon. (D 387)
7 Mar 1663/4 -It is certified that Thomas &George Ivy are legitimate sons of Thomas&Ann (Argent) Ivy
and that they were born in Virginia and Thomas is the eldest sonand hasfor many years since &is troubled withsore uponhis leg and is conceived immoveable and not fit for travel. (D 398a)
17 act 1664 -Thomas Vicesimus chosen surveyor for ye Eastern Br. of Eliza. River...(D 410)
17 Apr 1665 -TVl chosen far Constab1e for ye Easterne Br. (D 424)
21 Sep 1671 -Vicesimus Ivey Patent for 400 acres of waste lands adjoyningGeorge Kemps Plantation and the
land of Benjamin Burroughs. (Mcgc265.
1672/3 -, Capt, Thos, V. Ivy set uphis name at the Court House door to be away this present year. (E )
27 May 1673 -John Taylor patent in Accomac Co. for trans of one person: Tho: Ivy the 2nd time (6PB458)
23 Oct 1673 -TVI patent for 620 acres in LNco at the head of the Easterne Branch of Eliza, River formerly
granted Col. John Sidney and by him sould to Geo. Kemp and thencebyseverall assigmts be1ongs to ye sd Ivy bounds are given see TVInotes., for trans of 9 pers:
Tho: VicesimusIvey, Alice Ivey,Mary Ivy, Mary Eden, et als. (6 P8473)
15Apr 1678 -
Bennony Burrough and Mary his wife selling to TVI of the E. Br. of Eliz. Riv. 100 acres of land in Linhaven uponthe old markedPlaines betwixt SamuelBennettsCr. and the Eastern Br, of Eliza Riv... formerly boughtof 200 acres... to Geo. Foulers line. .(4 DB31)
ca 1648 or before
ALICE MASON (if not Mason who was she
b ca 1628-1632 (20B20)
wd 1708 wp 1709 very ancient & crepy" she =(2) bef 17 Mar 1687/8 (5D863)-.
WILLIAM CORNICK son of SIMON CORNIX
b 1628 wd 7 Sep Wp6 Nov 1700
he =(I) 1655 -ELIZABETH MARTIN widow of THOMAS NEEDHAM (C200,1DB263,293)Pac:
b aft 1632 wd Mar 1685/6wpJan l688/9 by Wm, and Tho. Langley (5wB86 Nc) 1668 Deed(E p 36a.37)
23 Oct 1673 -Jno, Thrower lOO acres upon Col. Mason Little Creek and landof Thos Fulcherformerly granted to Tho. Ivy by pat22 Aug 1648 & his sons Tho. & Geo. Ivy sold Richardson whosold to Thrower. (6 PB 472)
bef1664 (E 36a.37)
to wife "plantationwhereonI now live 146 acre,; after her decease ro Atexander eldestson."
wd24 May 1693wp 17 Jul l693 (5f20-1 Nc) = bef 1683 (4 DB 143 a) --all underage-
MARY Defnall dau of Wm. & Mary Defnall
she = (2)
wd 4 Feb 1717/8 wp20 Nov 1719 (WB?12)
28 Apr 1689-483 acres on Puzzle Point Creek were patented by JohnIvy.
( CWS, 9 DB 441, 7 PB 697)
bca 1637 orbef 1653
d bef 1663 =aft 1653
b d 5Jun I663 (D385)
Godfather o)f Kate Ivy dauof Thos,V.
Ann was living in England with her grandfather. George Argent in 1653 when she witnessed his will..
1670 a Lt. Col. William Ivy's Company in Jamaica, B.W.I
b bef 1663 d
ca 14 Aug 1679 or bef l683 (4DB151)
REV. JAMES PORTER Minister of Linhaven Parish
THOMAS IVY, GENT., eldest son-
b aft 1666 (1 DB 292 PAc)
Inventory 1712 Princess Anne Co. His estate was sold at outcry (lVA3) 25 Oct 1695- 450 acres PAco Betw
head of Eastern Branch of Eliz. Riv. & Head o f Bennett' s Creek adj. William Hancock. Part of 620 acres granted Thomas Vicesirnus Ivey, his father 23 Oct 1673 deserted & now granted by order &c for importation of 9 persons. (9 PB 30)
1691- COUNTY BOUNDARY LINE: when Lower Norfolk County was divided in two forming Princess Anne Co:
Beginning At the new Inlet of Little Creek and so up the said creek to the dams between Jacob Johnson & Richard Drout & so out of the said dams up a branch the head of which branch 1yeth between the dwellinghouse of Wm. Moseley, Sr., and the new dwellingof Edward Webb and so to run from the head of the said branch on a direct Iine to the dams at the head of the Eastern Branch of the Eliza. Riv. the which dams lie betweenJames Kemp & Thomas Ivy. (Kellam 20)
URSULA CH1CHESTER (an Ivy name in England)
b aft 1666 d
169l/2 -Wm. Cornick’s" deed of gift:
"my wife's mother decd did desire that Ludford Ivyshould have a thumb ring that was hers to fulfill her desire
and satisfy my wife &c. ..(lDB15 PAc)
(A note with no reference says: In 1689 he was in Albemarle, N. C. )
ANTHONY IVEY an Ivy name in England) b aft 1666 Living in 1723
d (2 DB 20 PAc) 1723- he was a witness (3 DB 521PAc)
LEMUEL IVEY(named after Lemuel Mason) .b-af t 1666d betw Nov l701 -Feb 1703 / 4
13 Dec. 1703 -Nun will made his mother executrix and left her all he had. wp 3 Feb 1703/4,. (4D&W 518 PAc)
She was not married in 1663
KATHERINE IVY(An Ivy name in England}
b bef 1668 d
God daughter of Jo)hn Sidney in 1663 = 1684
FRANCES IVY (named for Francis Mason ? )
ELIZABETH IVY (named for Eliza. Mason)
Frances& Elizabeth two youngest daus.
ALIFF IVY an Ivy name in England
bposthumously ca 1684/5 (youngest)
d (1 DB15 PAc)
= bef 1700-1702 SEE CORNICK CHART
John CORNICK youngest son of Wm.
b h 1678/9 (1 DB 383. 4 DB 147 PAc)
wd 21 Mar 1726) 3 May 1721
(4 DB1.114 PAc)
1704/5 -Justice PAco and in succeeding years.
she = (2) bef 1728 (1 N 88)
TH0MAS LOVELL EDINGS aliasWYATT
John& his stepmother inherited the Plantation.
Note: Alice Mason Ivy Cornick in her will named " Grandson ;Morris Fitzgerald & a Grandaughter: ElizabethAnguish.
Capt John IVY
b by 3 Aug 1743 Inventory (6DB 235 PAc Recorded3 Aug 1743 Total b 69/10
b aft 1613 dsp bef 1745 (6DB 471 PAc d by 4 May 1743 (6 DB 228 PAc)
1 .Jun 1743 Appraisement of estate 1704 Quit Rent Rolls -600 acs PAc
b aft 1673 d
REFERENCES: All Reference is to Lower Norfolk Go, .Va. before 1691 un1ess otherwise noted: PrincessAnne County, Va. was formed from Lower Norfolk that year.
V=Virginia Magazine of History & Biography b=born d=-died=married A, B, C, D & E- Books A, &c of the Lower Norfolk County CourtRecords DB -Deed BookPB + Patent Book WB =Will Book wd = will dated wp=Willprobated Caribbeana by V. L. Oliver 1090-1919 N=Lower Norfolk County Antiquary -by .James 1895
MCGC=-Minutes of the Council & General Court -Ed. H. R. McIlwaine, Richmond 1924 CWS =C. Whittle Sams Index -at Chesapeake City Clerk's Office
Ke11am=OldHouses in Princess Anne Co. & research done by Sadie Scott Kellam 1934.