I have done some research on this family because of my interest in the Elks family.I believe Alexander Lillington's third wife, Ann, was married four times.I will work backwards.
From Births, Deaths and Marriages of Berkeley: "Major Alexander Lillington and Mrs. Ann Steward were married Mch. 19, 1695, by Maj. Samuel Swann."
Also from Berkeley Register: "John Steward & Ann Elles were Maried by William Wilkerson on ye 17th Septm. 1688." I believe this to be Ann Elks, the widow of Richard Elks, whose will was probated in Albemarle in 1687.
In 1694, Ann Stuart was written a warrant for transporting 6 persons including Argill Simons, her son. In the same year she assigned a different warrant to Argill Simons for the transportation of Richard Elks and herself (as Ann Elks) with two Elks children that was written in 1680. The warrant was had been transferred to her (as Ann Stuart) in 1694 without Richard's direction, so she must have received it by being his widow. Argill claimed the rights and patented his land on the Yawpim River in Chowan in 1694.
Richard Elks and Ann Belliot were married April 3, 1671, in Accomack Co. VA. Richard's parents were Roger and Jane Elks of Sollep Co., England. Anne's parents were John and Briget Belliot of Northampton Co. VA. Richard and Ann Elks' children were Margaret, Richard Jr., and Elizabeth. Margaret drowned at 15 in 1688.It is unknown what happened to Richard Jr. Elizabeth Elks married three times. First, to John Cook, and, second, to Capt. William Barrow Sr. They had several children including Richard and William Barrow Jr. Lastly, she married Eliezer Lillington. Her will is written in Bath Co. in 1734 and probated in Dec. 1741.She is the Elizabeth Lillington in her mother Ann Lillington's will written in 1724.
That is the long and short of it. I have more if anyone is interested.