Try the southwest Virginia magazine.Fort Wayne has it.Mathias is often called "Tyce" Light.I met some of their descendants in Indiana a while back at their reunion.The Anderson SC "roles" show that a Tyce and a Jacob Light were sons of Jacob Light, who is the same person I think as Jacob Light of Halifax who left for SC about 1780.Jacob sold some property before he left Halifax, sold it to Robert Mann.The same name Robert Mann bought John Light farm in Amelia county Virginia in 1736.The amelia tithe records show, in 1736, a John Light Junior,later known as John Light senior of Halifax.Prewitt's article does not mention an important Hollowell will, of Sarah Hollowell in 1717, that mentions William Russell and Catern Russell.(one of Jacob Lights wives was a Katherine Russell.The will may be found in Norfolk or Nancimond records.This early reference to William Russel before 1717, and a Norfolk marriage of a Sarah Light to John Hollowell in 1740, and the presence of a Jesse Light in Norfolk in 1795, and a Jesse Light in the Light family that settled in Lancaster Virginia. "George Light, my father,....Jesse Light". I have many records.Jesse is not in the Halifax line I think.Russell, Hollowell and Light show intermarriages before 1717.Sarah Light Hollowel of Norfolk married in 1740 was the daughter of a William Light of Norfolk, a neighbor of John Hollowell.Pretty sure that william Light of Norfolk was same age, perhaps a brother of John Light of Halifax. I found Hollowell and William Light in the Norfolk Orders together on a road list, about 1740, unpublished.The Russells (William and Katherine or "Catern" Russell) were employed frequently by Governor Spotswood from about 1710 till about 1720.About 1705 in Maryland an Elizabeth Lyte was the wife of Governor John Seymour.Her half brother was another George Light of King and queen county Virginia (trans 1648).elizabeth Lyte's stepfather and George Light of K&Q stepfather was John Sidney, the sheriff and Burgess of Norfolk in the period 1625 to 1650. The Lights appear in several generations in Virginia but often not at the same time.There was a lot of travel back to England and Barbados.Many Quakers, Jacobites etc were driven out of Norfolk to Maryland about 1650 till about 1710.Sidney, Seymour and Spotswood were all instrumental in the migration. Prewitt's article is very old and out of date.A careful study of colonial and British history is neccessary and a familiarity with British customs for family history also. Arre you interested in the Lights, the Hollowells or the Russells?I learned that the British gentry (such as the Lytes) often delete their colonial relative from their official histories.I had to read a lot unpublished manuscripts from Oxford England, before I could make any sense out of the Lyte history.Finally I presented my research on John Sidney to the Lyte personal representative (lawyer) after which some of it was confirmed in the Huntly, Baskerville and Lyte records in england. Suffice it to say that Jacob Light was far removed from his English relatives.Several historical events, such as several Jacobite Rebellions, and persecutions of Catholics, Scots, were involved.Don't assume that fathers and sons attended the same church, either.My research in to the Russells shows that there were several members of the Russell family beheaded after failed rebellions of one sort or another. The history of these families take a lifetime to read.I am one of those bookworms that gets exciited digging through manuscripts and reading obscure histories.